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that it is better to let ninetynine guilty men escape ratber than punish one man unjustly Judge McCenn from lhis long public service has a thorough knowledge of human nature which is in itself a great advantage toa Police Court Judge He has made a thoroughly effi cientJudge and the voters recognize this When the votes are counted after theI November election Judge McCann will be found among the leaders of the ticketI In the conduct of the Police Court Judge McCann has been ably assisted byI Robert I Hagan the Prosecuting Attor hey Mr Hagan is a young lawyer but a pan of ability and since his Induction into office has never failed to give tbeI duties of the office his entire time and best efforts He has conducted an unsparing campaign against crime and J f criminals and is generally recognized byJ his brother practitioners as the most efficient prosecutor the Police Court bastt n4ezJuul t There is another official of the Police t Court who has long been faithful and that Is William Bosler Mr Bosler is now serving his second term as Bailiff and is a candi late for reelection Billy foS he is familiarly known is always In a good humor with a smile and a hearty handshake for all He has an acquaint ance in the city second to none Beyond A doubt Mr Bosler can call more people by name than any other city official lInt Mr Bosler has the support of two able deputies Mike Tynan and William M Collins They are both deservedly popu lar and have host of friends in every quarter of the city Charles A Wilson is the Democratic nOminee for County Judge Mr Wilson has been in politics something like fifteen years And his ability has been recog nizedin various ways He began life as a printer but resigned the case to take up the study of law He is in every way a selfmade man with a thorough knowl edge of the frailties and mistakes of human nature About sixteen years ago he was elected a member of the lower board of the General Council and later was chosen President of that board He vas a close friend of the late Henry S Tyler and helped him manage bis cam paign when he was reelected Mayor in 1893 Mayor Tyler was so impressed with his ability and integrity that he ap pojuted him a member of the Board of Public Safety which body was created under the charter which went into effect that year Mr Wilson remained in office four years Then he was chosen attorney for the Sinking Fund a position be holds now and one he has filled with credit to hImself and to the satisfaction of the Commissioners Mr Wilson has also served frequently as Judge pro tempore of the Police Court There his decisions have been uniformly fair and his opinions I of caustic nature usually prove an effective remedy for Police Court habit ues Robert W Bingham who wishes toI succeed himself as County Utoraey hasI filled that office four years Mr Bing liam is not only a lawyer of ability andl an eloquent orator but he is as painstaking with each case no matter how trivial as if his reputation depended upon thatl one matter During his term he hasI been ably assisted by Robert Lee Page another young lawyer who is rapidly making his way to the front BothIi Messrs Bingham and Page are staunchi Democrats and have given their bestt efforts in the partys cause H S McNutt who wants to succeedII himSelf as State Senator from the Thirty sixth district and Albert 11 Charlton the nominee for Senator from theThirty elghth district are almost too well known to need any introduction Mr McNut has long been a prominent factor in local politics and is always found advocating the best interests of Louisville Mr Charlton has represented the Fiftyfirstt district in the House of Representatives 0several terms and bee always proven faithful to the trust reposed in him Of the candidates for the lower branch of theSkte Legislature Mers John H Xtt rlc Chris Mueller and Thorns Xfrewry have beta there before Their q past records speak for themselves j W Gates who aspires to represent iJJ county is a well known Democrat and i amply qualified to hold up his end at State capital James A Hagan whoI aspires to represent the Fortyseventh district the Fourth and Fifth wards is a real estate dealer Emmet P Slattery isI the nominee for the Fortyeighth dis trlct composed of the Sixth and Seventh wards Mr Slattery is one of the best knowu young lawyers at the Louisville bar He will doubtless be elected and will surely rise to prominence during the sessions of the next Legislature Ion B Noll former Commissioner of Agricul ture is the nominee for Representative from the Fortyninth district composed of the Eighth and Ninth ward He understands State and local necessities and will make a capable legislator W G Buster the nominee for the Legis lature in the Fiftieth district is a son of the late Mayor Baxter He is politician I born and bred and if he does not win in the Tenth ward no Democrat can FATHER KEARNEY Reelected Provincial of the Dominicans at Recent Chapter At a general chapter of the Domini cans of this province held in their new house of studies at Washington D C last Saturday morning the Very Rev L F Kearney was reelected Provincial Father Kearney is a Kentuckian by birth He was born near Lexington and has the gift of oratory that makes Kentuckians famous Father Kearney has served several terms as Provincial and has made an able head of the Dominican order in AmericaAt same chapter meeting the Rev Father McManus of New York VeryI Rev Father Gaffuey of Memphis andI the Very Rev Father Hinch of Wash ington D Cwere elected delegates to aigeneral chapter of the order to be heldI in Europe in the near futureIThose who took part in the chapter I meeting in Washington are nearly all well known in Louisville as they have at one time or another been connected with I St Louis Bertrands parish They are the Very Rev L F Kearney Zsnesville Ohio Very Revs C H McKenna H F Lillyand C M Thuente and the Rev C A Splinter all of New York City the i Rev R P Cahill Very Rev JC Kent and the Rev A A Durkin Somerset Ohio the Very Rev A W HIggins and the Rev J F Colbert Columbus Ohio the Rev R J Farmer Zinesville ObiAII the Very Revs J P Vdllely and M PIOSullivan Springfield Ky the Very Rev J R Volz and the Rev M A McI Feely of Louisville and the Very Rev J D Fowler and Rev B C Murray ofII Minneapolis the Very Rev F A Gaff ney Memphis Rev M L Heagan NewI Haven the Rev J R Meagher NewarkI Very Revs J A Hinch and F A SpenoI cer and the Rev T P ORourke Washington DC 1 GREAT GIFT Multimillionaire Defrays Ex penses of Erecting Rlch- mondtCathedral Thomas FRyan the Virginia million aire who spends much of his time in New York City has secured permission from the church authorities for himself and wife to be buried beneath the main altar of the new Cathedral at Richmond Va Mr Ryan several months ago made possible the erection of this new Cathedral by offering to defray all expenses approximatelyooooo cated to theSacred Heart Crypts will be arranged beneath the altar for the re ception of the remains of the deceased Bishops of the diocese Another and separate crypt will be prepared for the remains of Mtf and Mrs Ryan although both are now hale and hearty It is in deed a high honor one seldom allowed to the laity fa these days to be burled in the basement of a house of divine wor giveIliberally but unostentatiously to many charities 1 NEVY DOMINICAN CHURCH Minneapolis Catholics turned out in large numbers ori Rosary Sunday to as slst at the dedication of the new Holy Rosary church which is under the care of the Dominican fathers The new church is said to be the largest and finest in Minneapolis The Very Rev Father Fowler O P formerly prior of St Loujs Bertrands parish in this city is prior of the new church in Minneapolis The Right Rev Bishop McColdrfck of Duluth officiated at the dedication The following Dominicans who are well known here assisted at the services Fathers Powers of Newark N Jj Horrigan of Kansas City flinch of Washington DC and Heagen of New Haven Conn The Very Rev L P Kearney 0 P Provincial of the order preached the sermon tDe FRAME COUNCIL De Frame Council Y M I at Leba non gave a pleasant entertainment ant Wednesday evening of last week Prof Felicll of St Marys College gave a number of excellent selections on the piano and a number of entertainlcg games were played Miss Mary McGill drew the ladys prize which she presented to Miss Allie Rives John Me Kenna won the gentleman prize Dur ing the vmningrsfreshmita L wereridJ f A EXCELLENT Was tho Entertainment Given UathoUeIWoman Club Hon E J McDermott Told About Opportunities and the Good of Them Pleasing Programme Offered at Opening of Glasses For the Season ARE ENCOURAGED BY LARGE CROWD The formal opening of the classes con ducted by the Catholic Womans Club occurred at theclub house Monday night and under the most favorable auspices Colleges and academies have their commencement exercises at the close of the years work The Catholic Womans Club reversed the usual order and had their commencement at the opening of the season The entertainment was held on the second floor of the club house and the two large parlors were all too small for the cfowd that assembled As a matter of course the greater part of the audience were womeu but there were a number of well known Catholic gentle men present and all were pleased with what took place The clergy too lent their encouragement to the club since the Rev Fathers Schuhmann Melody and Devine were in attendance and seemed to enjoy the various numbers on the programme- J J Caffrey was Chairman of the even- Ing and presided in a manner calculated to win the approval of all The first number on the programme was a bass solo Vulcans Song by James P Roche an old Louisville favorite He was compelled to respond to an encore and gave The Nightingale Miss Jodie McGill was his accompanist Little Miss Katherine Fitzgerald the talented young daughter of Attorney James J Fitzgerald won the hearts of all by reciting Dickens Childs Dream of a StarThe event of the evening was the lecture on Opportunities by the Hon Edward J McDermott an orator well beloved in Louisville and one who never fails to say something new and bright The lecture should have been heard to be fully appreciated It was full of sound andwholesome advice but the advice was sugar coated with pleasant anecdotes After complimenting the members of the Catholic Womans Club on the work they were doing Mr McDermott said the first and greatest concern of every human being should be the salvation of his or her immortal soul That main purpose in life must not be forgotten But said the speaker we have bodies to care for and we owe a duty to our Creator in that we must care properly for those bodies We must make the most of our lives The care of the soul Mr McDermott said be would leave to the reverend clergy while he would talk of bodyWe not live a complete life said the lecturer unless we have some happi ness The pursuit of happiness is legiti mate and proper if not sought in devious or criminal ways Whatever will bring happiness to ourselves or others ought to be our aim and care Parents of bright girls and boys ought to be particularly solicitous for their welfaretheir happi nessfor what will make them good women and men Success in life said Mr McDermott was purely comparative One man thought his lot particularly hard until he compared himself with some one worse off or he thought he was eminently successful until he saw another man with a greater measure of success Men and women he said who consider only their own merits who believe they should achieve greater success and who fail to consider others will be always disap pointed and discontented Men had no right to be stingy and close to be success ful women had no right to stint their children in efforts to become rich Men and women must be faithful to theirrelig- Ion and faithful to the care of the bodies that God had given themeThe strongman he said was better religiously than the weak the man or woman who over taxed or abused he body was not follow ing the dictates of his religion It should be the aim of all to lead a rational life Many blame their failuies onluck If we prepare for opportunities and are ready when they come we get about all we deserve Not all opportunities are ours One mans trouble may be another mans opportunity said the speaker and then be told of the man who swallowed nickel and how the doctor made him cough up two dollars Opportunities be declared like success were more or less comparative There were greater oppor tunities in America than in Russia bet ter opportunities in Russia than China greater opportunities now than at any time In the world and nowhere more than in this great country of ours Again be urged that in seeking opportunities all should be faithful to their religion the great and only safeguard to any manor woman Addressing the young women in partic ular he urged them to build up character to stand for truth industry purity and sweet temper Women need charaC- ter btaid1 as well M men The woman 4J c u faithful to her trust will be successful the woman who ia thinking of other things than what she is paid for never rises and is poorly paid The lecturer narrated the various fields of industry that were being opened up to women and showed how their opportunities were widening Women who loved the beau tiful in nature and art would be success fnh Good hard common sense said the speaker was Important to success and happiness People should rely on them selves on their own judgment in matters of great Importance All should read good books and cultivate taste for good music and art I In conclusion Jie said if opportunity knocked once at our doors and we failed to take udvantagejof it we must tryagain and if we made the most of the opportu nities we did seiie our mistakes would all be forgiven Prolonged applause followed the address Mrs Katie Carr Costigan sang soprano solo Good Night Beloved and was I compelled to give Dreaming as an encore Her voice is as charming as ever She was accompanied on the piano by her daughter Miss Marie Costigan The Rev Father Schuhmann brought tne entertainment to a close by announcing that there woud be classes in dress making physical ulture French Ger man art music and millinery and then refreshments were serve- dHEROIC NUNS Risked Their Lives to Save Patients In Their Hospital St Raphaels Hospital at St Cloud Minn was destroyed by fire on Tues day Sixteen Sisters of the Benedictine order who were in charge of the hos pital succeeded after heroic efforts in carrying all the patients to places of safety Forty of the patients had typhoid fever The loss is estimated at 05000 with 840000 insurance Fortunately not one life was lost I I GREAT REGRET Expressed Over the Deathof Dr John A Ouch terlony Louisville lost a good citizen the medical profession was deprived of a shining light and the atr churchymourned the loss of a faithful member when Dr John A Oucbterlony passed away Mon day night He had been ill for several weeks and his death was not unexpected Dr Ouchterlony was born in Sweden sixtyseven years ago but had lived in Louisville more than forty years His wife who was a sister of Mayor Charles iF Grainger preceded him to the grave by several years The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesday morning Appropriate reso lutions on the death of Dr Ouchterlony were adopted by the medical profession and by the Louisville Council Knights of Columbus of which the deceased had long been a trustee S LANDING DAY Will Be Celebrated by Local Council Knights of Columbus The Landing day celebration which was to have been celebrated by Louis yule Council Knights of Columbus on Thursday night last was postponed for one week out of respect to the memory of Dr John A Ouchterlony who was one of the Trustees since its establish ment The committee which bad the Landing day celebration in charge met Mon day night as soon as the death of Dr Ouchterlony was known and decided to postpone the banquet until next Thurs day night and this decision was ratified by the council on Wednesday night The large dining room of the Louis ville Hotel will be used for the banquet and the time set is 7 oclock sharp It is expected that at least 400 Knights will be seated at the tables Of course Christopher Columbus will be the princi pal theme of the evening The Hon Edward J McDermott will be the toast masterMayor Charles F Grainger will respond to the toast The City of Louis ville Catholic Education will be the fruitful theme upon which the Rev Brother James Principal of St Xaviers College will dilate The Rev Father Charles P Raffo will respond to the toast Tbe Inspiration of ColumbusDr Eble will give the Knights a Glimpse of South America Judge Matt ODoherty will recount the Worlds Debt to Columbus p DIED SUDDENLY Mrs Laura E Johnston wife ore W Johnston died suddenly of heart disease at her home 2205 Third avenue on Wednesday morn ng Mrs Johnston suffered an attack of typhoid fever several years ago am although she recov ered the ravages 0 the disease iImpaired her heart action The deceased was a daughter of Char ec K LongPrerident of the Louisville Vater Company Her husband and one c aughter survive The funeral took ptaw from the family rest deneeoa ThurtcUi afternoon i OBJECTS Alms and Philosophy of thet Gaelic League Set Forth In Address Coming of Dr Douglas Hyde tot America of Interest to Irishmen Catholics Protestants Dissent ors Nationalists and Union ists All United INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT GROWING 4 In connection with the approaching visit of Dr Douglas Hyde President of the Gaelic League the Executive Com mittee of that body has issued the following address To the Irish of AmericaWe the Executive Committee of the Gaelic League in Ireland have determined in response to numerous applications to send out our President Dr Douglas Hyde to lay before you in our name the philosophy and working of the Gaelic League and its hopes for the future Preceding our President we are sending our organizerinchief Thomas OCon cannon who has traveled every Irish speaking parish in Ireland and has a complete grip of the movement in all its details We believe that we could send no better representatives than these When the Gaelic League was established in 1893 it found the ancient Irish nation rapidly degenerating into a West British province or rather into anJEuglish sldreI So swiftly and thoroughly was this work being accomplished it would only have been a matter of years for the English school boy when answering in geog raphy to give Irelandshire as the name of the biggest of the Englisti coun ties The Gaelic League has at leastI rendered this consummation once and forever an impossibility Something ofI what it has accomplished may be gathered from the following examples It has prevailed upon the socalled National Board of Education to make large concessions to the national lan guage in primary education The num ber of schools in which the Irish language is taught has advanced from 105 in 1899 to over 3000 in 1905 and the number of children at present studying more or less Irish in the schools is nowI over 100000 In secondary education it has prevailed upon the Board of Inter mediate Education to place Irish in cerItain cases upon an equal footing with other modern languages The percentage of intermediate and seconday students who passed in Irish has risen from 272I in 1899 to 2103 in 1901ITheGaelic League conducts a monthly magazine printed solely in Irish and a weekly newspaper written chiefly in theI native tongue All the Nationalist daily papers and a considerable number of the Nationalist weeklies publish now more or less matter in the national language The Colnmban Annual published fromI Maynooth College the organ of 600 students gives a thorough support to the language movement and is largely written in the Irish language The students who support and write for this magazine as they leavecollege are becomiug most powerful factors in the deanglicization of Ireland When the Gaelic League started and for some years afterward the publication a book in Irish was a rarity which only came at intervals ofI years Now scarcely a week elapses without the appearance of a new book or pamphlet The number of such books and pamphlets published and sold during the last few years from the offices of the Gaelic League alone not to mention other publishing agencies amounts to at least a quarter of a million each year There are hundreds of Irish writers throughout the country none of whom would ever have become writers in Eng lish So great has been the development in this direction that we are convinced that the intellectual future of the Irish race Is bound up with the Irish language The general and frank recognition of the national language which ten years ago was hardly recognized as existingI is shown by the action of many of the pub lie elected bodies in Ireland The cor poration of the capital for example has made Irish a compulsory subject for its officials No one can now obtain even a clerkship under the Dublin corporation withouta knowledgeof the national lan guage The County Councils of Cork and Mayo have done the same so have the corporation of Limerick the Moy Commissioners the Ballina Harbor Com missioners and others In other cases Irish la now an optional subject for examination as in the Incorporated Law Society the Royal College of Surgeons the College of Physicians the Pharma ceutlcal Society the National Bank the Munster and Leinster Bank the Hibernian Bank etc In several dioceses notably the Ferns diocese Wexford where Irish has been extinct for over half a century the managers of schools will not now appoint any school teacher who can not teach Irish In the Royal University of Ireland Irish is on the same footing as English and carries the same amount of marks When we consider that all ibis has been accomplished by the Gaelic League within the brief space of less anadoul Mnadiiin the teeUofIIl1Dii apsti obttae1 of kinds its success seems little short of IIatl Vitally bound up with the language movement is the industrialmovement which has made great stridesduring the last few years At first sight there wouldi appear no reason for the connection be tween the industrial and the language revival but the reason is obvious whet pointed out It is in brief this When a man learns Irish and thereby for the first time feels himself a real Irishman in close spiritual communion with the past of the once great Irish nation whose nationality he is now determined at all aUsfyhimselflips He will be Irish all over in bis clothes in his hat and even in his boots This is a law of invariable occurrence and it has within the last few years nearly doubled the output of the Irish cloth mills Not in Ireland alone may this phenomenon be witnessed Hungary and Belgium for example afford strik I ing illustrations of it With the neglect of their language the industries of each like the Industries of Ireland decayed to nearly the vanishing point but with the revival of their home languages new industries once more increasedand became flourishing and powerful Another indirect outcome of the indus trial movement which itself largely flows from the language movement will be the giving employment to the peo pIe at home who will be engaged upon these industries in evergrowlng propor tion The industrial movement aft an offshoot of the language movement is still in its Infancy According as the language movement succeeds the indus trial movement is bound to grow in pro portion and when it has done so it will afford that employment to Irishmen which they are now driven to look for in America and other countries Another thing that the language move ment does is to inculcate a spirit of self respect An Irishman can scarcely come into contact with the great past of his own race absolutely ignored in Irish life until lately without feeling his respect forihis ancestors and consequently for himself immensely increased and strengthened This sense selfrespect has been a great factor on the side of the temperance movement The result of this has been that for the last three years for the first time in centuries there bave been fitting observances ofII St Patricks day in the capital of Ire land and elsewhere as a national boli day Much has been done L bnt much very much remains to be accomplished The first step towards the realization of Ireland a nation in a true and spiritual sensehas been taken but it laonly the first At no time during the last hundred years did matters seem so hopeful or did there appear such an opportunity of giving reality to the aspirations and hopes of every true son of Ireland The Gaelic League owes these great successes to the broad basis upon which it is founded It recognizes in every Irishman a brother regardless of his religion or his politics On its platform are found working side by side in a spiritI of union and brotherly loveCatholic Protestant Dissenter Nationalis- tUnionistand all are actuated by theII same desire to raise from the dust the language music games traditions industries and glory of Ireland It is in this spirit that we would ask you to receive our representatives and we hope and trust that whenever you may be good enough to organize a meeting for the purpose of bearing at first hand of our movement that meeting like the Gaelic League at home may be repre sentative of all parties of Irishmen no matter how divergent otherwise their opinions may be Dr Douglas Hyde will arrive in America November 15 1905 Mr Thomas OConcannon is now in America engaged in the work of organizing for Dr Hydes lectures and we bespeak for his efforts the hearty and generous cooperation of all Irish men Communications to Mr OCon cannon regarding Dr Hydes visit andI lectures should be addressed as follows Thomas OConcannon care of John Quinn 120 Broadway New York This appeal is signed by the members of the Executive CommitteeS CALLED HOME Ursuline Sister Well Known Here Died In Sbuth America Word was received here last week of the death of Sister Mary St Andrew formerly Miss Chrissy Doyle a sister of Mrs Fred Harig Jr Her death occurred at Georgetown British Guinea South America Several years ago Miss Doyle visited her sister in Louisville andmade mny friends during her stay here On her return to her home in Ireland she entered the novitiate of the Ursuline Sisters iiq Waterfordi About a year ago she suffered a severe attack of grip andI was sent to Georgetown in the hope of restoring be health It was thought that she was improving until word came of her death Mrs Harig has received many messages of condolence cm her recent bereavement MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB I Mackin Social Club will give its third dance of the season at Mackin club house 530 Twentysixth street Monday evening Good music will be in attend ance and an enjoyable evening is assured all who attend Other dances arranged for by this club will be held on October 30 November 30 and Thanksgiving eye NI t SATOLl Established in New Quarters Entertains With House Warming Back to the Old Neighborhood and Many Members Are Glad Interesting Addresses Given by Visiting Members and Re sponses by Hosts CHANGE TO BUILD BIG COUNCIL SaloIH Council Y M I gave a house warming inks new and cozy quarters on the northwest corner of Sixth and nightSatolli hood of the old Logan Council It is in every way centrally located and has an territorytomeans to the center of the city what Trinity is to EndIfstart a crusade for new members they should ere long run up a roll of three hundred They might restrict themselves to that territory west of Preston and east of Fifteenth and from the river to the city limits and still have plenty of room to work and plenty of material to draw from The new quarters are on the third floor and are comfortable as well as tastefully decorated The parlors are In front while immediately behind them are the meeting ball anteroom etc eveningthe HarryColgannumber of Satolli Council Prof Hem mersbach William J OSullivan and William McDonogh welcomed the guests and made all feel at home The house warming was formally opened with an JCrottyJontCmtutteesuccess 1i1 ceurirj rits new and some quarters He tolduM jJoint Committee had done and what being done by its employment bureau and said it should be an Incentive to secure employment for other members out of work In conclusion he invited all of Satollis members to visit Mackin Council as often as the occasion offered William id Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American was introduced and after complimenting his hosts on their new home urged them to greater efforts He wanted Satolli to build up a big membership like Mackin and Trinity In sonic quarters he said Satolli was known as a silk stocking organization and whil he did not be lieve it altogether true the pleaded with the members to bring in the young men who work in factories and macbin shops They would lie declared be found to be the best wprkers in the organization Attorney Sam Boldrifik one of Satollia pioneer members ws introduced He said It was like Oldtimes to wander back again to the old neighborhood and to meet the boys of foxicdays He said the associations of the members of Sa tolll had always been pleasant All young men liked to know and meet each other said Mr Boldrick and they were YounlMenCouncil In particular The Y M I caters as does no other Catholic society to the young men Vice President J J Kavanagh declared in his brief address that Satolli was not the silk lat and spiketailed coat organization it was sometimes declared to be On the other hand it had always adhered to the highest standard of young Catholic man hood He said he was glad to get back to Satollia old stamping ground and IMT predicted that from henceforth Satolli would increase In membership and would be a bulwark of the church Joe Lenihan was then called for He said he was not one of the speakers but bad always been a worker In the trenches He said that at this meeting Satolli was taking the right steps and he promised that he and his bIg stick would do their share In making Satolli prosperous He concluded by telling several humorous stories Prof Hemmcrsbach followed Mr Lenihan and In a happy address said he hoped the council would hold these serial meetings more frequently E A Gnilfoyle declared that he never made a speech jet he made ajjj excellent one full of interest and g fellowship Dr Charles Edelen one the pioneer members was tire last speaker and as usual was short and to the point Before tire evening closed it was an nounced that Satolli would give a enchrej In its new home on the evening o Wednesday October 26 Handsaw prizes will be awarded the success Jcontestants Messrs Zorn opea Stitzel are making tne nee meats This euchre and gentlemen frieudj excel1entopportnnittoUts Meetings are hel aDd visitors emit alw i e- Ei K jTNTU KYIRI R rr MTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN nnnNnnnn svtaf te the Metal sad Social Advancement of all Irlik Amerlcaaa KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC Buton t at the Louisville Postoftica SecoMdCUsi Matter Ulan CDIIIII MlcaHs itsttile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Green Strut R LOUISVILLE KVII II II SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1905 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Mayor I PAUL C BARTH Treasurer E T SCHMITT DICK Auditor LYNE HERNDON Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Judgo City Court JOHN MCANN Prosecuting Attorney City Court I ROBERT J HAQAN Clerk City Court ALF OLDHAM Bailiff City Court I WILLIAM BOSLER County Judge CHARLES A WILSON County Attorney ROBERT W BINGHAM I County Clerk W J SEMONIN County Sheriff HENRY A BELL County Assessor JOHN M ADAMS County Jailer JOHN R PFLANZ County Coroner HARRIS KELLY County Surveyor R H YOUNG County Superintendent Public Schools ROSA STONESTREET Senator Thirtysixth District I H S McNUTT Senator Thirtyeighth District ALBERT H CHARLTON Representative Fortyfourth Dlst I LLOYD W GATES Representative Fortyfifth District JOHN M LETTERLE resentatlve Fortysixth niiiricT CHRIS MUELLER tW Fortyseventh Diet J tfES A HAOAN Representative Fortyeighth Dlst EMMET P SLATTERY Representative Fortyninth Dist ION D NALL Representative Fiftieth District W G BAXTER Representative Fiftyfirst District THOMAS DREWRY Justice of Peace County First Dlst R O DORSEY Justice of Peace County Second Diet- S C WEATHERBEE Justice of Peace County Third Diet H D ROBB Jiwtlce of Peace County Fourth Dlst It 8 S HOLLia Justice ef Peace City Fifth Dlst T FRANK J HOFFMAN r Justice of Peace City Sixth Dist EDWARD MEGLBMRY Justice of Peace City Seventh Dlst EDWARD D OCONNOR Justice of Peace City Eighth Diet P T SULLIVAN Constable City Fifth District JAMES C HENDRICKS Constable City Sixth District 1 r JOE SHORT Constable City Seventh District THOMAS MORAN T 1 Constable City Eighth District- JOSEPllJNELldGAN ALIL RM1 N Chas r Taylor Dr R B Gilbert tWin J Ollearn a A Lederman Geo J Duller Frank B Cook G W Embry Humphrey Miller t j William Owen Tyler W W Barnes Chas Haser COUNl1lisahN First WardJohn Baron George W tJteltey Second WardLouis Unr and Anton Schwelters Newton FourthWaarrTddGeorgerT R Fisher la- T Fifth WrilFnlnk V stout M IL Be vllle Sixth WardS 8 Blitz Oias D Greer SeVellU yfKtAU Keichert Henry W Bikto WardEdwin B Kerr Charlea L SmithNinthTenth WardEdgar Q Hill W E Pat 18 HHeventh WardHerman Christen Ju lIulI nlerach mwartaeorf D Coder Au guatus Miller SCHOOL TRUSTEES Forty rth Legislative DistrictPhil B Thompson FortyMxth legislative Wstrictfe U Carpenter Forty eeventh LegHUtlvo DtttrJctBen BtetilnJrFortgeighth Leglslatlvo tolstrictJa lion W Illpy- Fortyninth Legislative DtstrlctT W Qlvln Fiftieth Legislative DlrtrtCt R B Gal ylll lotttyftrst Leslslallve DletHctJ D uutttneonf PARK COMM1B810NERB John D Caatleman Louis eeJbach- UotUlebCIayer THE ALLEN CASE he Fusion partyto say the least hw been badly advised It is suffering from a multiplicity of fclefless barristers who may b- eereticahy speaking acquainted KB the difference between a man- us and an intervening petition 1 n it comes to horse practice of the of water These tstice Marshalls1 it l ther Fusionist leaders and sad to relate the Fusionist leaders hay evidently taken their advice The result was that on registration day men who should have known better wandered from precinct to precinct and from ward to ward with the expectation of inciting trouble Even the Fusionist afternoon and morning organs played the tunes called for by the young lawyers They persuaded innocent young men that they had a right to have cameras and to take photographs of any and every man who came to register What right has anybody to so construe the law Have they not as much right to enter a mans private dwelling and photograph him in the act of taking a bath Have they not as much right to photograph any lady as she passes through the streets And then the Fusionists howl because Col Gunther the Chief of Police is said to have ordered the police to smash the cameras and camera fiends But more than the camera business was the attempt by men who have been looked upon as gentlemen to incite violence on the part of the Demo crats One instance alone will suffice Arthur D Allen Auditor for W B Belknap Co and a nephew of W E and Col Morris Belknap caused trouble at a pre tint in the East End and was clubbed by a policeman for his pains Mr Allen is not a resident ofEouisville His home is at Glen view more than ten miles away He is a graduate of a university and can not plead ignorance Arthur Allen had no more right to interfere in local registration mat ters than one of the alleged repeaters from Indianapolis or St Louis He objected to the presence of policemen at the precinct Policemen are sworn officers of the law and it is their duty to be at the polls and see that order prevails Were not these police on hand there is no telling what violence might have been committed Mr Allen it is alleged made a move ment as if to draw a weapon Instead of Patrolman McAuliffe shooting him he hit him with the club not once but twice MrI Allen was not seriously injured but that was not his fault consid Bring the provocation he gave In this case the offender was one of the uppertendom of society Instead of posing as a good citizen he preferred to defy an officer of the law His was a nice example for citizens in the humbler walks of life And then on Wednesday Lafon Allen a brother of Arthur not to be outdone by a younger scion of the family had to follow a man impudently about the streets until he too was knocked down Lafon Allen has his residence on the river road in Jefferson county and outside the city of Louisville The Messrs Allen feel that they tire too good for Louisville They would like to make the city a municipal despotism and change the name to Belknapville where long hours and low salaries would rule Had either Arthnr or Laffon Mien been poor youths the Fusion papers would have paid no atten lion to the alleged assaults i dr SARGENT IS ALL RIGHT Among the many instructive and interesting addresses delivered before the Kentucky State Devel opment Convention this week that of Franklin Pierce Sargent was ashy the best Mr S rte ttold the delegates many plain unvar dished truths and yetthe told them in a way that made iri immlgrationleetbbelnteredII i n jJ l and importance For instance what is truer than this from Mr Sargent Kentucky has always been famous but what for For its fine horses its Bluegrass farms for its beautiful women for its hospitality andits colonels This is excellent timber to erect a structure of superlative ability but iit- Is not the structure Good for Immigration Commissioner Sargent Kentucky has lived too long on this kind of asep utation Immigrants can not eat Kentucky colonels and even Ken tuckians grow tired of being hos pitable to people who can not ot will not help themselves You want good people said Mr SarRentlVou dont wan people who have nothingwho are paupers This is perfectly true and is exactly what the Kentucky Irish American said several weeks ago when certain members of the Commercial Club clamored for 25 000 Swedes and wanted them right away Mr Sargent also advised Kentuckians to advertise the advan taRes of their State in every State in the Union He urged them not to ask for too many immigrants Get a few but get good ones he told them After you get a few they will attract others If the State Development Convention did nothing else it did well in getting Mr Sargent here It is to be hoped that every delegate 1will jio hu share in his home section toward disseminating the valuable infor mation given by the chief of the Immigration Bureau The elements played smash witl the Fusionists disreputable yellow flag at Fifth and Market street Tuesday night Between the wind and rain the only thing left to show where the flag was are the bags of shot that were supposed to act as anchors If these should fall on the head ofa luckless pedestrian would not the city be liable for damages Despite the bad name given Lou isville by the organs of the Fusion ists the city continues to be a very healthy place Last week despite registration the local death rate was 18 per cent below the average The stork also seems to be busy and left sixtyfive babies to take the places of the fiftyeight who died Louisville is improving The American AugloSaxo maniacs ought to be proud of that great New York AngloSaxon baseball team Think of those Anglo Saxon names Bresnahan Browne Donlin McGann Devlin and McGinnity to say nothing of Umpires Sheridan and ODay Fusionist Nathan Uri declares fldont sell enough whisky in Louisville to pay my cigar bill for One year in two or five years n Uri ght Uri The people here are next It is safe to wager a trtishel oJ oranges against peanut that Jacob Vogt will not be able to prove against Officer John golden the statements made in his affidavit Y r AUTUMN FESTIVAL I FOP St Bonlfa ea Church Will ibe Given Mefct Week frhe ladles and gentlemen of 131 1lon face parish htrve arranged to give an autumn festival in St Bonifaces Hall pn Green street between Hancock and Jackion on the Cyeiiings df Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of nest week Eitenaive preparations are being made or thisgrand social affair and it lathe L commltteeInlcess Every practicable effort is being madetoBCComplfeh this enll Many liberal merchants and individ tale leave donated beautiful articles Among these are a very handsome clock a beautiful silk lounge cover and a dolt that is next to nature itself These articles will be rimed and the winners will be sure to receive valuable prizes tilde from the usual attractions and boths the Mikados Palace willpresent articles forsale by the little tan people ofJ Japan the drill booth will be filled with cute dolls at popular prices This wlllgfve an opportunity to buy Christmas dolls andstill do a charitable deed Any one wishing tospend a pleasurable night and who has the spirit of charity atheart should attend this festival on at least one of the three evenings Tbe proceeds will be used to help clear the debt oh the new church Iouwant job printing 11 G SOCIETY Mrs Fontaine Kremer of Portland entertained her card clnb on Monday Misses Edmonia and Clara Dougherty of Jeffersonville are visiting relative in St Louis Mrs Thomas McCabe entertained her card club at her home in the Highland on Tuesday The Misses Stitzel of Crescent Hill have as their guest Miss Sherley Matti gan of Chicago Miss Katherine OConnor of 437 East Broadway has returned home after an extensive Eastern trip Miss Mary Broderick of Lebanon Iis the guest of Mr and Mrs Edward Mon ohan at St Matthews Thomas Grimes of 2406 West Chestnut street left Monday for Gethsemane where he will attend school Mrs John Carr entertained at euchre Thursday evening for the benefitof tbe Altar Society of St Cecilias church Mrs Coruelius McNamara of Keokuk Iowa is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Maurice Coll of Jeffersosville Mrs Prank L Dant and daughter Miss Elizabeth who spent several days in Louisville last week have returned home Misses Susie Mullaney and Lillian Score have gone to St Catherine Academy Springfield to resume thei studies The series of dances given by the Ivan Socials every Monday evening at Speith Hall in Jeflersonville are proving ver successful DrrJC Grant of Sparta spent sev emldiVIn Louisville this week visiting friendsand attending the State Develop ment Convention Miss Margaret Shelley who has been visiting in St Louis has returned horn and is with her brother J J Shelley 2119 Floyd street Ed Toomeys bachelor friend are casting their eyes about for suitable wedding presents as from all indications he will soon desert their ranks Mr and Mrs Owen Sweeney have returned home after a pleasant visit to Jef fersontowu where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs E S Sweeney Mrs Kate Spalding who accompanied herbrother in law the Right Rev Bishop Spalding to Louisville last week has returned to her home Iin Lebanon Mrs R Y McElroy and daughter Miss Rebecca who were guests of Mrs H D Rodman of Louisville have re turned to their home in Lebanon s c Sergeant and Mrs William Wales will celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of their wedding nt their home 2508 First streeton Tuesday October 24 William J Hennessy who has been suffering from an attack of malarial fever at his home 711 Oldham street is recovering and will soon be able to be outMiss Elizabeth Murphy gave a euchre at her home Twentieth and Bank streets on Monday evening for the benefit of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Cecil ias parish i Miss Nellie Allen of Lakeland and Miss Annie Connelly of the West End are enjoying a ten dagstrip to Niagara Falls and other points of interest in the North and East Louis B Glass and wife and Mrs Joseph P McGinn and son G Bernard McGinn will leave for Owenaboro toI morrow where they whl be the guests of Mrand Mrs RB Pottinger Mrs Charles Schuh who recently submitted to an operation for appendicitis at St Josephs Infirmary has so far recov ered that she will be able to be removed to her home 2630 West Market street today Thomas Bnrke a well known member ol Mackin Council who has been identi fied with Louisvilles leaf tobacco inter eta for the past few years has gone to Danville Ill where hribas taken a post tion with the Wabash railroad Henry J Scbalk and Miss Rosa Schmitt will be united in marriage at St Vincent de Paul a church at 9 oclock next Tuesday October 17 They are popular voting people and their many friends wish them years bf happy married ifsMand Mrs Thomas D CHnea re turned home Wednesday from their bridal tour which JlncfadeaV visits to ftiagtfra Valla Syracuse RochesteratidT- ew Haven Conn They are at borne- o their fiends at fll4 Seventeenth street 4The many friends of Miss Ellen Lardier and Michael Dreen will Ilr delight ed to heardf their approaching marriige which Is to take place at St Georges church On the morning of October 24 Both are widely known and very popular in the West End andtfeifersonvllle Mrs Frederick Growler of Chicago formerly Miss Bee Jfuitrkey is the guest of Miss Katie Henley 6ll Twenty sixth street lEermanyfticilds are can- Ing on her daily Although Chicago seems to have agreed with Mrs Crowley hest111 bas a longing or her old Ken achy home Miss Margaret E Grogau of lYlO Seventh street entertained her home Monday evening In celebration of her birthday Among those present were Misses Mary Sing Ma nee feiley fray DowlingNoraRHey Jsjargaret Sbangb say Katie clerk ar ine WHlhJ fr n 7CI ULHYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee Ezra Kendall In uThe Barnstormer Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee GENIUS AND THE MODEL HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY OpenIng Week Beginning Sunday Oct 15 Sensation of the Cia- luryJDIDA The Mystery of Making Woman Out of Nothing Felix d Barryln The boy oat door Moaner Itoughton A Mosher Unparalleled Cyclists Madam Ummy and her pets a fine canine drew Musical Coolmans high class Instrumentalists The Messenger Boys Trio something new IIn the song line Harry Thompson the very funny man and the Kinoarome with new moving pic tures BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WESE COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 15 The California Girl EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY PRBSPNTlNC The Greot White Voy The Amatos fancy dancers Evelyn Fonner coon singer Four Thoroughbred harmonists The Flower Ballet Electric Swings Sliver March Dance of the tour CHRIS J HFRIN GEO W HOUAN HERIN I HOLLAND HARNESS MAKERS Harness Made and RepairedH- ome Phone 1530 Cumb Phone 789 East 1933 BAXTER AVENUE BETWEEN HIGH LAND AND TRANSIT JJ60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEALER IN LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OF LUMBER 21252127 Twentysixth Street nOMB PHONE 3011 C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 Mayme Eckerle Grace Miller Margaret Grogan and Messrs Tom Reed Will Ramsey Roy Seibert Frank Meagher James Bane Eugene OBrien Frank Schreiber George Weber Edward Schaefer and Robert Huber It will be pleasing information to many to learn that William Hosier Jr who was operated on for appendicitis Monday is progressing favorably toward ultimate recovery He is the son of William Bosler Bailiff of the Police Court and one of the brightest students at Notre Dame University Miss Lizzie Murphy entertained at euchre at her home 1921 Bank street Monday evening Among those present were Mesdames Riley Carroll Horn Cuniff Krull Ryan Quinn Murphy Welcher Sheehau and Collins Misses McCarthy Coleman CarrotI Butler Nel ligan Duffy Studer Smith Mulligan Burke Bench Reirdon Kallaher Fal lon Collins Driscoll Dalton OToole Broderick McAvoY Bronger Fisher Dues Pulliam Sheehan and Messr- sbTooleKallenbackerRileyKru11 Ellis Dalton Driscolz Lockett Camfield Snl livan Ryan Collins Sweeney Sheehan Murphy Smith and Pulliam AMUSEMENTS The California Girls Extravaganza Company presenting The Great White Way will be the attraction at the Buckingham next week This new musical creation will be presented in two acts bra company of exceptional merit Among the special features will be the Amatos fancy dancers and Evelyn Fonner coon singer Hanlous famous Fantasma will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week This spectacular hodge podge will be neWer and brighter than ever The matinees next week will be on Monday Friday and Saturday owing to the fact that the theater will be occu pied by business meeting on two of the regular matinee days Era Kendall always a favorite here cnines to Macanleys the first half of next week He will be seen Inbl new comedy The Barnstormer n an admir able vehicle for hisl quiet obtxfedy Genius and the rModel will be the at traction during the latter part of the week Louisville will be one of the first places to see this new and excellent drama Hopkins Theater promises another excellent vaudville bill for next week 1 Dida or the mystery of making a woman out of nothing is the headliner Felix and Barry in The Boy Next Door Mosher Houghton and Mosher cyclists Madam Emmy and her canine pets the musical Cool mans high class instru mentalists the Messenger Boys Trio and Harry Thompson a high class com edian fill out the bill The kinodrome will furnish new and amusing pictures Matinees will be given every day Cuscadens Pure Ice Cream for Weddings and Parties Both Phonon 518 7 ttttJalMWL1IH 1 ItURNITURt 17 1 Of Every Style and Description at the Lowest Prices Possible I j WM R MAYER 9 419 W MARKET STREET 1- i a i stI II N 1111111 I 11 u1Il+IIl+IH +1 I 1 H I I 1 I JuI II Ju11Jn111 111 1 I t OUR BEST EFFORTS ARE DIRECTED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS I ir Louisvilles Carpet Store Every floor is teeming with stocks that tip the acme of excel J lence Our exhibition of Hi e CARP T SI7E RUGSIs without a peer Selection quality andrstrong champions for your favor HUBBUCH BROS t tf t 624 626 and 628 West Market Street 111 H I I I I I 11111 I I I 11 I I I I I JulH 11 I JuIH+IHIIJu1 I I I 1 I+H t OURNEWGOODSAre f make a small deposit and we will hold until Christ mas for you Diamonds Watches Jewelry and Novelties at prices that will suit all purchasers l BRUNN JEWELRY HOUSE 33O VWJBJST MARI RT STRE T Itj 1111111 1 iFlfiIII1 11MY SPECIALS 3 lbs of Good COFFEE SOc Ii 1Freshly roasted and better than any that lies on the grocers shelves and loses its flavor GOOD TEA 45c A LB IBlack pricePhonegreen or mixed townMy own imports l 1 I MULLOY COFFEE 11ROASTER H Home Pbon 1313 SBX9 VW Y1IARKTCT p t STREETtI I I I 1 1 1 I 1 111 11 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I 1 J 1 1 H I 1 11 I I I I I I No 8 SS HSHS 000040 FOR GOODNESS SAKEi f I Every housewife knows the excellence of MOTHERS BREAD I and its superiority to other breads which are like it in appearance So dont be deHI ceived and the safest way is to look for the labell and save it for it is valuable Jeo fr J I I I JAMES OWDERS 151153 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters i BOTH PHONES 2863 t1j t Washington I5thaad Delaware PUICKMERL STEEL RANCEB t8AKE IfItr aLAnQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bst Thu World Awarded first LosipyWorldssflFtMtlrs OEHER SONMtlrsf 211 Market St near Serial 1 fl im H + H It It ++++ +++ t t tt t 1 BURNr I fn RENDERCOAL121fSpecially prepared for family use and for sale byn Central Coal Iron Coi 1mif Incorporated + Yards Brook and + and WEU In only 216 FOURTH AVENUE t it t Seth p aaeas 1e3 2+ t I f + I t t t t It I It + t n It It I I + t I It t I t t I t II n i I r ir Flu WDrESQUAJrPAGX AiU KOLJBa 345 West Green Street1 IQTJOR8 CIOARI t 1jj ftLl1 e r- w U c y i r Y It4FT JQQN e a II IL itIIIIIICS JOS DOUGHERTY Retail Monger J Secretary Bot11 Phones U3- Y LOUISVILLE COAL COKE COMPANY INCORPORATED Exclusive Agents Carbon Fuel Co Miners and Shippers Cabin Creek Steam and Oas Coals r ALSO DEALERS IN f PITTSBURGH JELLIGO AND KENTUCKY GOAL t Yards First and Floyd and Fulton ElevatorFranklin and Hancock Streets v OFFICE 411 COLUMBIA BUILDIN- Gtt 1111111111111t M M M M M II 1111 I 11 I III Itat 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1011 1 H 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I I 1 THOMAS KEENAN funeral Director and Emfiaimer r CarriagesAlls Furnished for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET HHHIMHIHI I JuJ HIlI Jut 111 I 11 I I 1 HHIIIHIMMMMI HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Ja Jt BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 B75ST 7T7 fIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 4HHHf y Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 41444 t I I 11 I I 1 I I 1 I I 11 I II 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 11 II I I B TRACY 14II STRAUB 363 t I I Puralbed Notlea oa 1111 1 111 11 Jv1 t I I I I I I I I I J I 1 1 1 1 1 I For the tttatt who 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HUNT YOU WANT YOUR TEETH FIXED By mea ol experience at the most reasonable price DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH VENUE oppJao C Lewis Co HE RY AIJI1 putsl DYER AND GLEANERl Ladles and Bents Wiaflfig Apparel WORK RUARAt4TE- EBphea3635 528 Fifth Street MONTHLY MEETINQ The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its regular monthly meeting Thursday night Presi dent James B Kelly occupying the chair In the absence of Secretary Cooney Anthony Sheridan was appointed to act in his stead About fifty dele gates were present Including ten ladles A resolution was adopted recommending that Mayor Grainger appoint dither the Hon E J McDermottorDr JW Fow ler on the Boardof Directors tiftbe Lou isville Free Library to succeed the late Dr John A Onchterlony Attorney Thomas Walsh delivered an address which was well received Plaster casts and ornaments can be cleansed by covering with cold starch and brushing powder off when dry i- tI I SAFE AT HOME Mr and Mrs Gottbrath Re turn Prom a Tour of Germany Henry Gottbrath and his estimable wife have returned to their home 240 Eighth street after a pleasant visit to their native country Germany Mr and Mrs Gottbrath spent the summer in Europe and enjoyed all they saw They were particularly impressed with the city of Strassburg and its famous Cathedral which next to St Peters in Rome is probably the most famous Crthedral Ini the world From Strassburg they went to Prankfort on the Main and thence down the Rhine stopping en route at many points of interest As is usual with travelers to the Rhine region Mr and Mrs Gottbrath were wonderfully impressed with the beautiful scenery along the banks of that historic stream At Wiesbaden one of Germany faro ous watering places the Louisville tour ists stopped long enough to see all that was to be seen aud of the many interesting features they enjoyed nothing more than the famous Palm Gardens said to be second to none in Europe During their travels Mr and Mrs Gott breath met many prominent Ken tucklans among them Mr Hubbuch and J Fred Kellner They found the people of Germany prosperous aud happy and absolutely no begging They also visited their childhoods home and saw many nephews and nieces that they had never seen before and the aunt and uncle from America were given a royal welcome to the Fatherland The tourists also took in Alsace and met several old friends thereMrs Gottbrath was asked by a repre sentative of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican if she were not glad to return to Louisville No no she said Louts ville is all very nice but it is not like the Fatherland SOCIAL SESSION To Be Held by Division 3 On the TwentyFirst Anniversary Division 3 Ancient Order of Hiber nians will celebrate Monday night with a social session in honor of its twenty first anniversary No set speeches have been arranged for but there will be a number of impromptu addresses Members of Divisions 1 2 and 4 have been invited Refreshments will be served and all who attend are assured a good time in advance Several members of Division 3 have been on its rolls since it was organized and it will be pleaeant to all to hear reminiscences of the early days of this divisio- nRECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary Schaefer wife of Edward Schaefer who died at her home 1823 Bank street on Tuesday took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morning Michael J Higgins son of Michael T Higglns died at his fathers residence G34 East Chestnut street on Monday afternoon The deceased was in his thirtysecond year The funeral took place from St Johns church on Wednesday morning John Henry Ruhkamp a well known citizen of the West End died at the fam ily residence 1931 West Main street on Thursday of last week The deceased was thirtysix years old His funeral took place from St Marys church at 9 oclock Sunday morning John Herbert well known in the East End died at his home 2019 Payne street on Monday morning The deceased was fortythree years old His wife who was Miss Agnes McCrann survives him The funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Wednesday morning at 9 oclock Miss Anna Connaughton a trained nurse and a lovely and respected young woman died at her home 1422 West Broadway early Monday morning She had many friends all over the city who regret To bear of her untimely placeefromthe morniugThomasS Junta thirtyfive years old and a member of one of Louisvilles old and most respected families died qt the residence of his brotherinlaw George F Booth 214 Twentyfourth street on Sunday afternoon Fifteen minutes later Mr Booths infant daughter a child pf two weeks also passed away Mr Junta WM tho victim of heart djsease and the little OU6 had been sickly from Its birth Uncle and niece were buried at the same time from the Cathedral of the Assump tion at 9 oclock on Tuesday Mr Junta ia survived by his mother Mrs Margaret Justa 1205 Second street and the follow ing sisters Mrs George F Booth Mrs William Casler Mrs Fred Barton and Mri John Lapsey James J Morris one of the oldest and most respected members of St Michael parish died at his home 226 East Main atreet Friday evening of last week His death resulted from injuries received last rune The deceased was an employe of the street cleaning department and while attending to his duties was run do Ruby o groctre wagon at Twelfth and Kentucky streets Although be had tot been able to leave his home since the ac cadent it was thought that he wes pro greasing favorably toward recovery Early last week he took a turn for the worse and then sank rapidly His funeral took place from St Michaels church at 230 oclock Sunday afternoon Three ions and two daughters survive him One of the sons John Morris is a member of the No 2 hoot and ladder company and times 1 Morris Jrl is a clerk at Seel ichs Hotel SOCIETY DIRECTORY IAI Ei- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nave Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayBvenings President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary Johu T Keaney 1335 Rosjtrs street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month I President Patrick J Welsh Vice President Patrick J Welch Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerDl Colema- nSentinelPatrick Begley SergeantatArmsJohn Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy lynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford XV 3WC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street KerbergFirstShaughnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding Secretary F Lanahan SteltenpohlMarshalJohn Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside Sentinelpatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 636 4tb Ave CrottyFirst William J OConnor Second Vice PresidentJ J Kava naghFinancial Secretary Will P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Bol rick MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 WJeffer1JonStr OTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4719 Cuarb13- 0ENTERPRISING Members of MackIn Council Always Have Some thing Doing President Kerberg presided over a well attended meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night Four applications were received Jacob Heinrich was reported as still on the sick list It was announced that another exemplification of the ritual would be giveu when a new class will be initiated on the evening of Tues day October 14 Prof Louis Kieffcr Director of the gymnasium class reported that the hall would be equipped and ready for basket ball in about two weeks The following committee of ten was appointed to arrange a euchre to be held for a worthy cause during the latter part of this month John Kenney John Shel ley Charles Raidy William OToole John Stewart Sam Robertson John E Carr WiWaw Kerberg and Daniel OConnell Patton The Gymnasium tCommittee reported that it had arranged to give a mammoth euchre on Thanksgiving afternoon and evening Tile members decided to attend ia a body to Jcfferaonville Thursday- night to assist at tbeVinstUnlion of the new council L PROMPT PAYMENT Mrs Agnes M Vetter has written a letter of thanks to the officers of the Supreme Council of the Catholic Knights of America for the ppromptness with which the policy on the life of her husband the late Ignatius N Vetter was I paid LADIES AUXILIARY The Ladies Auxiliary A O H will meet Wednesday night and pursuant to the programme recently arranged there will be a euchre and social session Members Invite their gentlemen friends particularly Hibernianatto join them and spend a pleasant evening Four Teleph nes twelve Wagons and Horsesthis means Cusoad n Deliversi Ice Cream qulqk n 4 BROKEN HEART Caused the Death of Aged and Respected Irish- American Grief over the death of his brother is believed to have hastened the death of Dennis Morris who died at his home 2412 Bank street Monday night The deceased was a brother of James Morris who died Friday night and who was buried from St Michaels church on Sunday afternoon Dennis Morris was sixtytwo years old and was yery much attached to his brother He attended the funeral of James on Sunday afternoon and then suffered several attacks of heart apprehended death Monday night The deceased is survived by his wife and several children John Morris Secretary of Division 3 A O H is his son The Morris family have the sympathy of many friends in this their second bereavement tl be funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday morning VERY BUSY Were that Members of Divi sion 4on WednesdayI Night A fair sized meeting of Division 4 A O H was held Wednesday night with President John Hen ssey presiding All those present were representative workers and there was so ethlng doing all the time Ben Zorn was reported well and John Kenefick and Jihn E Martin were reported on the sick list The members of Division 4 accepted an invitation to attend Division 3s anni versary celebration next Monday night They accepted an invitation to the euchre and social to be given by the Ladies Auxiliary on Wednesday even ing Among the old facespresent were those of Harry Brady Robert Emmet OSullivan Frank P Burke and Patrick Kilkenny The feature of the evening was the dramatic announcement made by Joseph P McGinn that he had organized a bowling team and that be had sent a typewritten challenge to Albert F Mar tin Captain of Trinity Councils bowling team Mr McGinn announced that he and Mr Martin had worked in the same office and bad been rivals in every way for years He was determined to force the bowling matter to an issue he said and he wanted Capt Martin to make up his mind that Trinitys team would meet foemen worthy of their lig num vitae He insists that the rival teams be made up strictly of members of their respective orders SICK LIST In Trinity Council Y M I Is Cause For General Regret Trinity Council had a good attendance at its meeting Monday night Five ap plications were received and Philip Schneider was obligated It WHS a mat ter of general regret that so many members were reported on the sick list They were Henry Bosse Jr Joe Rush Clem Steucher C B Pohl and William Nolte meyer William Gast tendered his resignation asTreasurer of the council on account of ill health Frank Pilson was recom mended to the Grand President for appointment as Council Deputy Before adjourning the members accepted with thanks the invitation to attend Mackins Social Club dance next week IRISH NAMES Are Borrowed by Pugilists of Many Other Nation alities Seventyfive per cent of the pugilists appear under Irish names The fact is that a large proportion of other nation alities when they enter the ring masquerade as Kelly OBrien McCoy or some other Irish cognomen Lou House man a Chicago sporting writer has this to say of a recent boxing bout in Milwau kee Boxing is about to reopen in Milwaukee The first windup set for next Fri day is to be between Hugo Kelly the Chicago Italian and Young Mahoney of Racine Great pair of Irish these Kelly was born in Florence and Mahoney in Prussia and his right name is Otto Jung Kelly and Mahoneyl What a time when Kelly cries to his friends around the ring I gotta da mon I beata da stun 9UU da fel while Mahoney says to his admirers Acb Louie watch me soak de schwelnkopf on de kokol Bid CRY LITTLE WOOL Since the registration days the Fusion 1st organs have been filled with stories of repeaters add alleged violationl of the election and registration laws Strange to say the only two men who appeared to be anything like repeaters or who were held to answer were George Doughertyand Janus Adam both negroes and Republicans They claim they were offered money to register falsely bya young man The descrip Hon answers to that of a reporter on one of the Fnsiouist organs RIGHT START A council of the Y M I was organ ized at Jeffersonvllle Thursday night under most favorable auspices Abut forty charter members signed the roll which will be left open until January 1 Grand Director and District Organizer Con McDarron presided Quite a number of Louisville and New Albany mem bers were present representing all of the Fells Cities councils The Kentucky Irish American will give a detailed ec- II weekaiiae FRANK PEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATE1D Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER 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listEvery Hibernian in the Palls Cities iis cordially invited to attend the anniver airy celebration of Division 3 next Mop day night This invitation is official and should bring out a big crowd Much interest is manitested in membership contest now being wagedtheII the Green and Gold teams of the Auxiliary It is predicted that the mem I bership will be more than doubled The Ladies Auxiliary of New Haven Conn will conduct a county fair on the evenings of November 2 3 and 4 There will be exhibits of fruit fancy work and other handiwork typical of county fairs Milwaukee Hibernians by the over whelming vote of 119 to 1 decided at a recent meeting not to affiliate with the federation movement The decision was made after a full and fair consideration Owing to the inclemency of the weather and to the fact that many members went to pay their last respects to the remains of Dr John A Ouchter lony Tuesday night the attendance at Division 1 was small The County Board met Monday to consider the 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Secretary and Treasurer The following subcommittees were appointed Cards and Tallies John Stewart John Kinney and Pan Weber Chairs and Tables William OToole John Carr and John McQuese Invitations Cbarle Raidy Samuel Robinson and William Kerberg Advertising D O Patton and Dan Weber The euchre will be held on Thursday evening October 20 at Mackin club house The halls will accommodate about 160 tables or 600 players Hand some prizes will 1be awarded to aucceeq fnl contestants Themembers of Mackia Council and partlaaua of the worthy Give your boys an education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De partment Large Swimming Pool ell Itqulpped Gymnasium Term Moderate Bro James Dir PIANO BARGAINS Nothing like them in the city Come in and let us play for 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 J MCCARTHY 1108 WEST MARKET STREET CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflmon St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Pall and winter styles are now on saleI Our prices are within reach ot all Try A Pair of Levys Special 350 Shoes i Fori Men All styles all leathers for dress or business wear LEVYSTHIRD cause for which this euchre will be given will be ably assisted in receiving and entertaining by their lady friends C K of AThe evil in most mutual insurance companies is that they do not assess their members equally The Catholic Knightp of America have an- equitable scale of rates for all ages which guarantees he payment of every Benefit Certificate at no change in the monthly cost after iuitiation Write to President Felix Gaudtn Ne- wOrleanLa or to Secretary Anthony Matre MernxodJ rdJktUdingSt Lout Mo I t 0- t IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Sir Daniel Dixon who was elected for North Belfast had a majority of 474 The Protestant Association suffered a defeat in Belfast in the election of Alder man for the Woodvale ward The inter county athletic contest at Dungarven between Tipperary and Cork resulted in a win for the former by ten pointsA was held recently in Brie bane for the purpose of assisting thi widow and daughter of the late Dr Kevin Izod ODoherty Dublin labor leaders are convinced that work in that city will be scarce this win ter It is said the outlook has not been so gloomy in twentyfive years Already 7000 has been subscribed for the erection of a statue to the memory of the late Sir James Haslett M P It iis proposed to place the statue in front of the City Hall in Belfast The Limerick County Council refused to act upon the report of the Local Got ernmut Board recommending increas in the County Surveyors salary Messrs Roche and Reddy members of Parliament addressed a largely attendee meeting at Portunna in support of the Galway political prisoners fund In a letter read in all the churches in the Kerry diocese Bishop Mangan refer to the claims of Maynooth College and also to the question of university educe lion and the fund for Catholic scholar ships for which he asks support The Mayor of Limerick Judge Adams and Lord Emily addressed a representa tine meeting of citizens held in Limericl to express appreciation of the service rendered the city by Very Rev Father ORiordan the new rector of the Irisl College in Rome i The death is announced of Mrs Mary Feehan at Roscrea Last March she eel ebrated the one hundred and fourth anniversary of her birth She was possessed of remarkable vitality was hardly ever known to be ill and was able to be abou to a fewdays before her decease The Macroom BoarS of Guardians condemns the action of those members of the Cork County Council who expressed intention of rescinding the resolution making it compulsory on all person seeking official positions under that body to possess a knowledge of the Irish lan guageTht County Monaghan Agricultural Committee at its last meeting fixed cen ters for instruction in agriculture butter making domestic economy woodwork etc Rev Brother Power mentioned that the Monaghan School of Agriculture would reopen October 23 and that there were ten scholarships to be competed for that day The various Irish National societies helda convention recently in Dublin for the purpose of arousing the interest of Nationalists in the project of erecting suitable memorial to Wolfe Tone and the Untied Irishmen The convention was large and representative A plan was adopted by which a memorial committee is to be organized each member paying one shilling a year until the monuments unveiledThe Father James OKane has written a letter to the Governors of the Tyrone County Hospital submitting a claim on the part of the priests of the Cappagh parish to some consideration for the greatamount of duty tbey were called an to discharge In the Omagh County Infirmary The request was sympathet ically received but definite action was postponed owing to the present state of hospital funds- Monsignor McGlynn at the last meet- Ing of the County Down Technical Committee directed the attention of Sir Horace Plunkett who happened to be pres tat to the deadlock which exists in the county owing to the refusal of his depart tent to sanction the appointment of persons to certain positions because they vere born within the county Sir Horace held out liD hope at present of a change hj the rule but said if the County Coun ire General Council passed a resolution siring that the rule should be retcitided- the matter would be considered c I STYLE AND STABILITY ARF DEMANDED IN YOUR FURNITUREBut e 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 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