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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4W i T KENTUCKYIRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XVH NO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS r ULSTER BOGEY Again Brought Forward to Do Service For Irolandd Enemies Would Trust the Promised Irish Parliament With Limited Authority Blindness as to Future of the Country Under Homo Rule OUT OF DATE AT THE PRESENT TIME Twenty years ago says the Dun 1nlk Democrat when home rule began to be Hpoken of as a probability the peoplcVaf this country who were thing out of the Union first raised the Ulster bogey They manufactured nn effigy which they tricked out in the mummery of the Orange lodges and set it np amidst the ruins of certain Papist public Louses in Belfast which had been wrecked for the occasion by the ex uberant 1 loyalists of the Queens Island They labelled it the wealth and intelligence of Ireland and Itthey declared that it was agin home rule and would have none of itstn English Tory politician of b some prominence who fully enjoyed the humor of the joke clime over to Belfast and told the audience of the wealth intelligence etc from Sandy HoW and the Shankhill that this was a country worth fighting for And the wealth and intelligence replied that by Leavens they would line the ditches of Ulster to resist home rule and as a final proof of their loyalty I they declared that they would kick the Queens crown into the Boyne Nobody at that time took the Ulster demonstra tors in earnest except perhaps the police Nobody thought it worth while to inquire whether the hand ful of fighting men owning the sway I of the Ulster lodges meant to estab lisp an independent republic in their om corner of Ireland and wage war against the British Empire and the world in general And we are per fectly sure that to consider theA consequences of their declara dons was the very last thing that would hove occured to the I Ulster demonstrators themselves There Iis scarcely a doubt of it that some of them were in deadly earnest 4forso far as street rioting was con cerned they gave the world a very fair sample of what Belfast can do in that way and a few of them proved their fanaticism by losing their lives in the course of it But ns a political factor the Ulster bogey never was formidable is out of date in our tunes anti the people who art raising it at this juncture might spare themselves the trouble In its day it served the English Tortes in good stead It gave them their final victory over Gladstone and a long lease of power in British politics It is scarcely to be wondered at that not being a resourceful party no bet ted device occurs to them now than the old one- Certain English Tory papers are just now very much concerned as to the fate of Ulster under an Irish na tional government It is thought necessary to provide some special safeguards for those militant gentlemen who were quite prepared some years ago according to their own statement to take the field not only against Nationalist Ireland but against England One writer suggests that if home rule is to be given to Ireland Ulster should be exempted from the scheme and the Parliament in Dublin entrusted onlywith au thority over the three provinces of Leinster Munster and Connaught This gentleman of course knows nothing of the geography of Ireland lie would doubtless be surprised to learn that Ulster includes counties which are as Nationalist as Cork or Tipperary and which most certainly if there should ever be a subdivision of this country would throw in their lot with the South and West and not with the loyal Northeast When it comes tq that the Ulster counties which return Unionist members are only six in number and they are of verysmall Importance comparatively wealthantithat as regards wealth these Ulster counties are along way behind even the agricultural counties of Lenlster We regret to see that an eloquent Protestant Bishop whose speech at a synod in the West the other day is reported in the papers has been r frightened badly by the prospect of home rule or at least professes him self frightened lie declared that he would rather have separation at once than mere home rule in any shape or form because with separation theft Protestants would know the worst A and would be prepared to meet it which sounds very much like the old ditchlining againr though the Itishop may not have meant that while under home rule they would W be gradually worn down to such n l condition that when the climax would come they would be helpless Probably his Lordships speech was r meant for English consumption In deed it bears internal evidence of that fact but it is a pity to find a nrelate of his standing amongst Irish Protestants professing blindness as to the future of the country under home rule Does any Irish Protestant really and truly believe that there is the a least danger to the lives liberties or property of himself and coreligion ists from the establishment of a na tional legislative authority In this r ay country We do not think so Protestants ns Protestant ns this reverend Bishop and perhaps moro farseeing and possibly more patri otic have not thought so The roll of modern Irish Nationalist lenders and patriots contains the names of more Protestants than Catholics Qrattan was a Protestant yet he sought the Independence of the Irish Parliament and gained it by the aid of Charlemont and the Volunteers who were Protestants almost to a man No sneaking dependence- FamglnnIno on fear of their countrymen who were then CntholleI tionately more numerous by they are nowdeterred Wolfe Shenres MCrncken anti Russell lopeI roe and Nellson or the immortal met Protestants nilfrom seeking the independence of their country even at the swords point Even the leader of the Catholic peasantry of Wexford in the great insurrection was a Protestant In later days when the new policy of conciliating the Presbyterians had succeeded in making West Britons of them we still had Protestants and Presbyter inns at the head of Irish national movements Davis Smith OBrien Mitchell and Martin are amongst the I brightest nines in the history of Young Ireland Isaac Butt led the home rule party in the seventies though he was the son of a Protest ant clergyman and Pnrnell the greatest leader of them nil was a Protestant of Protestants In every nationalist movement in Ireland Protestants have borne their part and even amongst those who because of heredity or because of custom or companionship or because of self interest prefer to stand with the antiNationalist minority there lire few we verily believe who deep down in their Irish hearts do not cherish a love for their country and a secret belief in her destinies as a nation These men will not resist home rule though they nay talk ofI doing so Nor will they suffer f I home rule though they pretend to fear it Protestant and Catholic and Presbyterian we are all units in that great whole which is the Irish na tion and we must seek out the destiny of our country ns brothers Un del home nile doubtless we may belong to different parties for it is in the interest of every selfgoverned State that there should be parties and a wholesome political rivalry but we shall not the less be Irishmen having an equal stake in this cons try and nn equal interest in its fu hire The Ulster bogey is a bogey and no more In this country at all events nobody believes in it It tt- n is sham and a fraud and a humbug nail it doesnt add to the respect in which we hold Bishops of the Prot estant church when we find them raising the tattered exploded ridicu bus old thing In the vain hope of rotting credulous English people to believe in it WILL BOOM Division 4ri 0 H Will In crease In Membership This Winter Division 4 of the Ancient Order ol HIbernian held a well attended meeting Wednesday many friends being present to congratulate Presi dent John Murphy on his election as County President at the recent con venUon Mr Murphy was unable to attend and Vice President Joseph Lenlhan acted in his stead John J larry acted us Recording Secretary in the absence of Frank P Burke the regular incumbent Michael Cos tello was reported as recovering from his recent illness by the sick committee Many good talks were heard from the members present and with the coming of cool weather the divis ion expects to receive a great many President Leni han and Treasurer W J Connelly reported what had transpired at the recent county convention and pre feted many good things in store for Hibernians in the State and county JERRY FEATHERSTONE DEAD Terry Featherstone one of the oldest railroad engineers in the West and for over fifty years with tile Louisville Nashville died Monday morning from the effects of a stroke of paralysis suffered four weeks previous Deceased was sixty four vends old and a native of Ireland When but If boy he came to Louisville and entered the service of the L N in 1850 and rapidly gained promotion through his good work Six months ago he resigned his position and until the last he was considered one of the most efficient men on the road Mr Featherstonc leaves two sons John Featherstone ofr Birmingham Ala and Jerry Fcatherstone who resides here Time funeral took place from the Cathe dral being attended by members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers of which the dead man hind been a member for over a quarter ofr a century HOME FROM ERIN Col Daniel Scanlon and wife will arrive home next week from Ireland Mrs Scanlon has been spending the past eight months in the Emerald Isle and three months ago the genial President of the Scanlon Coal Com pany also left to visit the scenes of his childhood Both had a most en joyable time and return to America in the best of health and imbued with tile feeling that this is the best coun try on earth I KEEP JEWS The Sew York Catholic Protectory at Wcstchcster is now caring for 200 Jewish boys who will about the first ofJanuary bd taken to the Jewish Protectory at Hawthorne when its building is completed v e 0 0 7 n- i 4 COME EAST 1 First Rational Meeting of Y M I East of the Mississippi River I Proposition That May Bring All Young Catholics Under Qua Head All States Represented at Con vention This Week at Indianapolis GREETINGS SENT THE HOLY FATHER With the celebration of solemn high mass at St Johns church Tues lily morning the first convention of the Young Mens Institute ever led cast of the Mississippi river wns 1 be gun nt Indianapolis The mass was celebrated by the Bev Francis Gavisk pastor of the church and iim immediately afterward the officers and delegates proceeded to the Y M I hall on East North street wnee the first session of the Supreme Council was opened by Supreme President Fogarty with all the officers and del egates present Following the prayer by Bishop Donaghuc the appointment of committees was announced as followsCredentialsC A Slinger Indian apolis James Shields Flossberg John E Bichards Jr San Francisco Press John J Barry New Haven Matthew Both New Albany Dr 1 II Morris San Francisco Laws and Supervision P II Mo Gulre Pittsburg P II Keefe Sharps burg Bev J J Schneider Ironton Arbitration Dr T II Morris San Francisco John J Keogh New York John J Sullivan Louisville F N Egan Seattle John W Phelun MobileState of the Order The Rev T J OConncll Alameda James Shields Flossburg John E Blchards Jr San Francisco Finance C A Slinger Indianap oils James J Shelly Louisville Thomas E Collins Fresno Time first busines was the sending of the following cablegram to the Holy Father Pius X Rome Supreme Council Young Mens Institute sends you greeting and prays for your bless ingThe convention then adjourned till afternoon when resident Fogarty and the other Supreme officers submitted reports of their stewardship They showed that the order was moving forward everywhere through out the country and was in good fi nanclal condition In order to give the committees time for their work min adjournment was taken for the lay delegates and visitors being liven a tallyho ride about the city In the evening a banquet was served at the Grand Hotel in honor of iho Supreme Council nt which the Biglt few Bishop ODonaghue delivered the principal address President Fognrty acted as toastmaster anil was both humorous and happy ih his presentation of the various speakers Perhaps the most important rec ommendation of the Supreme President Is the one relating to the es tablishment of a Young Mens Cath olic Association to be modeled after the general plan of the Young Mens Christian Association President Fo arty says there is a wide demand for such an organization which would stand with relation to the Catholic church as the Y M C A does to the Protestant churches He says the matter has been under con Iteration by the National Federation of Catholic Societies and that he has suggested to the latter body that the Y M I be chosen as the nucleus for the new organization He also says that the Y M I is built on tit- Ian of the proposed society and it isI doing about the same work that would be expected of the new one For this reason lIe says the Y M I isI so situated as to become the logi enl foundation for a Catholic Y M C A It was recommended that the Supreme Council appoint committee to take up the matter with the Fed ration and seek to bring about such an organization Massages of greeting were sent to Ills Eminence James Cardinal Gib bons Baltimore the Bight Rev Mgr D Falconio Apostolic Delegate Washington D C the Right Rev Archbishop Biordan Sat Francisco and Antimony Matre National Secre- tarY of the Federation of Catholic Societies of St Louis Messages of greeting were received from councils allI over time country more than fifty of which are represented in the con vention As the result of a lively discussion it is probable that the method of selecting delegates to conventions will be changed although no definite decision to that effect hud been reached when tills report closed Instead of the delegates being chosen from the Grand councils of the different States as at present it is probable hereafter they will be chosen directly from the subordinate councils of Which there are 175 in the United States and three in the Hawaiian Islands Of the Grand jurisdictions from which delegates have heretofore been chosen there are six in the United States besides the three detached councils in Hawaii and one detached council in Mobile- Among Ala the minor questions Ills cussed was the question of splitting the Ohio Grand Council which is composed of the States of Ohio Vir ginia and Maryland Certain coun cils in the State of Ohio sent tn a petition to have the council split i t L fita4 R jurIsdiction HEARTY AND CORDIAL Was Reception For Hibernian State Officers and Auxiliary Irhe reception tendered the re cently elected State and county of ficers and Lnides Auxiliary of 1 the Ancient Order of Hibernians by DiI vision 1 Tuesday night was hearty and cordial and the ladies and gentlemen present expressed themselves well repaid for braving the inclement weather which kept many from tat- tending This meeting marks the opening of the full and winter scries of social sessions that will he giviii monthly by the four local divisions and from which much good is expected to result The musical pro gramme was 6T an unusually high standard and the addresses Interest- Ing witty and instructive After ar ranging for the sick claims Chairman Higgins welcomed the officers and visitors congratulating the order tInl preIdlctlngnew administration Tames Kilkelly and his three tal ented children rendered several musical selections that pleased nil and the dancing of little Miss Kilkelly was a surprise A storm of applause greeted Miss Mary Corcoran State President ot the Ladles Auxiliary which was repeated upon the en trance of State President Butler Both spoke on the work of the order and what they expected to nccom complish during the next two years Their words left nit impression upon those who did not understand the workings of the society and drew froth the promise of still greater effort In time campaign now on to in crease time membership The hit of the evening was made by Miss Until McCarthy and Miss Margaret Norton who accompanied her on the piano Miss McCarthy was in splendid voice and received encore after encore Thomas D Clines sang The Minstrel Boy the Kilkelly orchestra played a medley of popular alls and short but hnpp addresses were Jelivered by Mrs Bose Kelly Mrs Joe Dougherty and Miss Ella OConnell and also by At torney Tom Walsh lion John Byan Thomas Keenan William Meahnn Tones Colemnn D J Coleman and others All expressed appreciation of the work of Division 1 which war to be followed by the others and Invitations were issued for the social set scorn to be given by Division 3 on the first Monday in November MODERN PALACE krr- For Cardinals and Conclaves to Be Erected at Vatican According to cable reports an idea long cherished by his two immediate predecessors Is now being carried out by the present Pope that of erect- Ing a large and commodious building especially adapted for holding con laves for the election of new Popes Until 1870 such a building existed In the rear of the Quirinal palace and contained seventytwo apart ments of two stories each contain ing five rooms It was in this build ing that time election of Pope Greg ory XVI and Pius IX took place in the Pauline chapel while the Car hauls of the time found their tem porary quarters very comfortable It was not so at the last and the pre ceding conclaves when the Vatican palaces exceedingly large rooms had to be divided off by wooden parti tions into so many little apartments for the use of the Cardinals and the construction proved so flimsy that the necessary privacy was not even secured to the members of the Sacred College Plus X who as one of time youngest Cardinals was allotted one of the worst accommodations nt the last enclave is fully aware of the neces sity of having a specially prepared building ready for the purpose prin cipally because of the fact that it was found absolutely impossible to keep secref the proceedings in the Vntlcnn palace For this reason bus X has arranged with time Vatican architect that the new building in course of construction near the Delve dere Court for the accommodation of tIle Vatican employes who are mar ried shall be so constructed as to afford ample accommodation to the Cardinals and the officials of tile mohave About eighty apartments of five rooms each will be constructed and several smaller ones for the minor officials The plans have been altered so as to allow each Car dinal accommodation for a secretary and personal attendant TARPEV LAUGHS People on Main street have noticed an unusual smile on the face of Tom Tarpey this week but none knew the reason therefor Tom js now a proud grandpa the stork having left a fine a pound boy at the home of his daughter Mrs A J Schulten All the relatives are happy and all are at work except the grandfather who is having an extended vacation and celebration CLOSES TONIGHT Trinity Councils trip around the world wlIT close tonight and a rec d breaking crown is expected A heavy vote will P ably be polled in the Indies popularity contest which has created much interest during the week The winners will be announced at the minstrel show which will bet given at Macauleys Theater on Thursday October 11 It 4- U a y 1 FRANCE Reported to have Made Over tures to Vatican For Pence i Desirous of Modification of Law Separating Church and State Secretly and Unofficially Ascer taining Defects in the New law POINTS THAT ROME INSISTS UPON Time Associate Press says tint a public address delivered by1oi Pius X last week at the Vatican Ito some foreign pilgrims gave n broai I hint that the troubles of the Church in France were approaching a satis factory solution The Pope plainly expresed himself pleased that at last the Francis officials had come to terms with the Vatican authorities regarding the desirability of making some modifications in the new law separating Church and State IIn France so as to render it at least less objectionable to the church nut horlt Il8 This open allusion of the Pope to the matter is only a confirmation of rumors prevailing in Vatican circles for some days past that because of the firm attitude of the Pope in refusing to recognize as canonical the lay associations to be formed in France according to the mica law for the purpose of taking up title tto the ecclesiastical property of the several dioceses French public opinion inns become so mollified as to threaten the very existence of the present Ministry as soon us Parliament assembled in November Besides the recent letter issued by the French Bishops which exhorts the French Catholics to defend their religions rights with energy has so stirred public opinion in French Catholic strongholds that notwith standing the boastful declarations re gently made by M Itriand and Mr Clemenceau both members of the French Cabinet that the new law would be carried out as it stood the Cabinet has now determined to hear what the authorities nn the other side have to say regarding the matter Owing to time official interruption of diplomatic Intercourse between the Vatican and the French Government it was not possible for the French officials to send a special envoy to louse to negotiate directly with the Vatican authorities Neither was it possible for the same reason for the Vatican to send a prelate to France charged with such an official mission Besides the cry of Canossa raised in many of the French newspapers which foresaw that the Government was about to come to terms with the Vatican nude it absolutely necessary that such negotiations be conducted with the utmost secrecy and this was done lust before the solemn assembly of the French Bishops in Paris ills solved M Briand the Minister of Worship expressed the opinion that at least Somme of the prelates would call on him for a conference before returning to their own dioceses But not one called on him Then came the turn of the French officials to seek an interview with some author itlve prelate and one of the French Bishops closely connected with the Vatican received a visit from M Briand anti was told that the French officials were desirous of knowing what modifications would render the new law of separation less objection able to the Vatican authorities As surances were given the prelate that if the Vatican authorities suggested some points for modification the matter would be submitted to Parliament before December 11 the day on which the provisions contained in the separation law would have toe enforcedThe in question lost no time in informing the Vatican au thorities of this change of front on the part of the French officials and summonses were immediately issued from the Vatican to all the Cardinals enjoying their vacations near the city to come to Rome to consider the mat tel Most of them arrived on Mon lay last and most of the members of the Congregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs held a hurried meeting presided over by the Pope himself It was then decided to make the proposals required by the French Ministry the subject of a private correspondence between one ot the Cardinals and the French prelate who enjoyed the confidence of the French officials in order not to give the slightest recognition to the law of separation The principal point of mOllification in the new law on which the Vatican authorities did and will always insist is that an amendment be introduced in the text of the new law making illegal those lay associations which shall be formed in Francs without tIle authorization of either the parish priest or the Bishop of the diocese so that no such association should be recognized by time French officials as legal unless it were also caner ical Such an amendment to time new law it was thought at the Vatican would offer sufficient guarantees of the church authorities that the prow- L er of the church in Prance would never fall into time hands of schis matic or unauthorized bodies and thus become lost to the church perhaps forever OUter points were also urged by the Vatican such as to guarantee the free use of the churches seminaries episcopal residences and presbyteries Exclusively for the church purposes recognitionob Bishopsjectiouible ties A special messenger was tdis patched to Paris with the Instruc tions just detailed and it is inore that probable that by this time the French Ministry has already acted on the matter Orders have just beet sent from the Ihisliopshttve to formed in many parishes of France which have already applied to ithe Government for official recognition to withdraw their application and in case the recognition has already been granted to dissolve and await apllcntlons Ministry with the consent of the priestsPeremptoryissued from the Vatican to tIll French Episcopate to refuse to con shier any of the numerous offers which are beimr untie to the Bishops of France on the part of foreign fi nnncini corporations to finance the French church on business lines ALLEY MONEY Rev Father ICicllys Confess- Ion Made Congregation Gasp Rev Father Francis M Klelty aged eightytwo pastor of the Church of the Holy Angels St Louis and well known ns a scholar wit and practical joker died last SaturdayIat St Anthonys Hospital titter a pro longed illness Death was caused by acute rheumatism and old age Father Kinlty was born In Boyle County Boscommon Ireland When he was seven years old his parents removed to Manchester England From England he carne to Cincinnati in his youth There young melt met certain Jesuit fathers who tool an interest in him and sent him tto their novitiate at Florlsant St Louis county to enter upon the studies for the priesthood Archbishop Kenrick twice nomi minted Father Klelty for a Bishopric once of Memphis and once of Pearl Ill but in each ease Rome gave the honor to some one else Further Klelty began his sermon one Sunday morning by announcing In a voice rich with pathos that he had a confession to make I might as well make a clean breast of Iit Ive been sued for alimony and oull have to pay It he said As the con gregation gasped he waved in the nil i document signed and sealed to resemble an order of court Yes I mean It lie continued as it to kill any lingering doubts and then point ing through one of the stained win lots continued That alley out there has been paved and the city has sued me for alleymoney SPECIAL SERVICES For Fortieth Anniversary Cel ebration of St Michaels Church There will be special solemn serf ices at St Mlchals church tomorrow morning and evening in celebration of the fortieth anniversary of that parish St Michaels is one of the oldest churches in Louisville and from its sacrted precincts have come many that are today prominent in the newer ones but in the heart of each there lingers an undying love for the old edifice on Brook street and these will be there to celebrate with the Rev Father Martin OCon nor the energetic and loyal pastor Father OConnor has accomplished wondersi in the short time he has httdclmrge of the affairs of the con gregation having made numerous improvements besides reducing the debt He Invites on this auspicious occasion all friends anti former mem bers of St Michaels which he prop erly calls a mother church The masses will be at 730 and 10 oclock in the morning and nt the evening services at 70 oclock there will bean imposing procession of the sodali ties and children of the congregation with sermon solemn vespers and benediction of the blessed sacrament Father OConnor will officiate at the different services and will be assisted by a number of the local clergy BRING HIM HERE Early this fall the famous Irish novelist poet and lecturer will pay a visit to friends in the East While there he will prob ably be called upon to deliver a lecture before the Hibernians and prob ably give readings under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus The Kentucky Irish American would suggest that arrangements be made for his appearance in this city There is no doubt that the individual or society that brings Mr MacManus to Louisville will score a great success LADIES NIGHT Tine Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will cotter the first and second degrees next Wednesday night having a class ot over a hundred candidates awaiting these honors A special programme has been arranged for this occasion and after the initiatory ceremonies there will be a social session at which refreshments will be served There is not an auxiliary In the country more progressive than ours and when it comes to reports for the na4 tlonal convention we predict that Miss Mary Sheridan will represent the banner livision i fi i ORPHAN GIRLS Low Dockstadcr Brings to Them at Minrftrel Show Two Hundred and Ton Llttl Ones Laugh at Noil OBrien Holiday Arranged by ttio Rev Fathers Quille atfA Droney POLICE IAN CARRIES LAME 4Onethat ever assembled in a Chi matineeformnnec 1 McVickttheatergirls nil orphmsandmost neubeforewere not the conventional type o orphans the kind you see on flit stage with unbuttoned shoes and aggcd frocks and unkempt locks Oh no These orphans were fresh and freshfrocksand goodHhoeHsilk gloves They nil ctr a fl n matt Catholic institU ons sixty that the Bev Father Quille lemming he hadnt got enoi rounded up at the last moment in t Ghetto Please mnke way for the or phnns said the kindly faced priest tlioheadworld like the Pied Piper of Hamelln except that he had no pipe There JosephsOrphatstreet nlnet Industrial street and Prairie avenue and then the or phans from ofFatherSuperil1tendllIt Arch diocese of totheaimotherTarobroughtulime up yng wereanyneudeptutufatherorphnnsthoughti nriunmplmul wasInboysmdMeelmorowonderfulorphansthought thinkThere endIfasherestoryoilybehindisntlollcemenarmsuultheaterAndfortheRecashes facesblue thocurtnlnedmenwith appeared thodlstnnceallsighedl After that the anyommneuts breathfortalk ex cept between the sveroIIantihe toldthemnee1tnlked wl1attheOtherskedDuttIleyNeil OBrien and Lew Dockstader who came out before the curtain and made them a little speech just dSr versonsThis littleirisare old like me I was a good little rainlrel uPJare just as good as they were when ngoYoupaint and a manager and n press ogent and then you can all be min strels All the little girls applauded tits and thought they would take Dock starters advice The Rev Father Maurice Dorney of St Gabriels church who is an old friend of Dock stader arranged for the holiday Dockstaders minstrels and OBrien The1ntterIsColumbus of the East and will no doubt be given a warm welcome here WARBLERS FROM IRELAND So that lie could listen In his oW age to the sweet songs of birds which lulled him to rest when he was a boy one of the most prominent physicians on the Pacific Coast went all the way to Ireland to get the native warblers lieI is now taking 200 of the singers bacK to his home in Tacoma Wash Dr Charles McCutcheon Super tendent of the Paddock Memori Hospital Tacoma Is the man J a cousin of Dr Bothwell of DJ The climate in Tacoma says Dr Cutcheon Is similar to that in his home In Ireland Dr McCutehg was born in County Wexford v Southern Ireland and his boyish hobby was birds rdP 4 U w V 4 txixt1AiIEr 10AN f KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANI tIMIIMMMMMMIIII- MIf Mated to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY scl Btttercd at the lonlsvtlle Postofflco as SecondClass Matter fiddlers aN COllar alcallonl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Streett UNION TRADES LABEL COUNCIL l ODISVHLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1906 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE If your subscription is due to thE KentucKy Irish American why nol remit to us at once We are carry Ing thousands of small accounts nn can assist materially by send ount duo on your subscript MUST WAIT news from Ireland contains n ful element of hope It 1li publicly announced by Sir Any McDonnell Under Secretary te Lord Lieutenant that a home ernment constitution for Irelai 1 l be laid before the House of Com bns early next year And on this subject the Bost0l1 libernlan well says that Irish Xn tionnllsts must wait with all the pa tlence they can command for the promised bill to enable them to see how much selfgovernment It wHJ1 really confer on the Irish people Some of our socalled Xntionalls are doubtless prepared to conden pit in advance just as they did WittlI Mr GIn stones substitute mensure TO rule In 1893 Had that meas f Gladstones passed the House liordf in IK93 the settlement otf e ownership of the Irish soil woulll1 jfe practically determined by the Irish wegislrtture nnd the control of the olive force would be exercised bJ rih authority responsible to IrlKllI fpters In fact the Irish constiti tion presented by Gladstone wnll with few reservations a very suh fitantial measure of self governmer Hut It was killed by the Lords evl dcntly to the delight of socallcI Irish Nationalists who condemned It even before they rend it The very small measure of IrishI local selfgovernment passed by tIle Tories in 1890 which establishI County Councils and Districts withI power to levy local taxes and to ex pent them was apparently n triviall thing and yet it has enabled the lJeo pie to assert themselves in way I pJUUUIJ IIUIUXIIIIIUU of by Its HUlKl- luhe local councils it has create have taken the lead in demanding a national legislature and nppointin o salaried offices within their power Nationalists and in ninny instance only those who were affiliated with the Gaelic League and who could speak the native language It Is well for Irish Nationalists to recognize certain concrete things They must accept whatever measur of home rule the English House of Commons with the assent of tIle hereditary enemies of Ireln11l1the House of Lords confers upon then Flamboyant talk about rejecting It iis idiotic nonsense Thq duty of the Irish people Is to work whatovci measuro they get to every advantage for the purpose of securing a corn plete home rule constitution Ireland is bleeding to death rapidly from wholesale emigration and even nr imperfect measure of home rule may do something to prevent national ex iinction It is very easy to sit down nf an American desk three thousanl miles away from Ireland and criticise the men of the Irish Parliamentary party for not doing this that or the other IMng but it is undiluted nonsense or imprudent to say the least The Irish Parliamentary party many of whom are veterans in the service are on the ground they know the country and its needs and weaknesses and the power of their unscrupulous enemy better than any outsiders The Irish Parliamentary part In doing its work well within its own Sphere just as the Gaelic League Is doing its broader and deeper national work well nnd even the independent Orangemen led by Lindsay Crawford nrifl Mr Sloan M P arc doing their work well within a narrower sphere IrishAmericans are addicted to sweeping offhand criticism of the way public things are conducted in Ireland but If they only examine their own course of action in this country respecting their conduct as Irish Nationalists they will find am flie material for the most scathing criticism CHAMBERLAIN STRICKEN It has just leaked out that Joseph Chamberlain the English statesman who has not been seen by any one except his family and physicians for three months is in a precarious con jjitjon A few days after the Bir ham celebration in honor of his ntieth birthday Mr Chamberlain f rcda severe npopletic stroke id for some time time worst was eared For several Weeks he com pletely lost his speech falling into an apathetic condition apparently l cognizingnobody and gouty com plication rleo supervened The only 11 00- n explanation of the pretense mai- tnined by the family ns if the ter mination of his public career be I t nd mitted it would provoke nnotllcr partII Chamberlains disappearance menns m the disappearance also of the tariff reform movement which exists only by reason of his advocacy IJnlfou who accepted tariff reform only 10 mi preserve his nominal leadership wills quickly drop the policy which can tributcd so largely to Unionist dll asters The mystery that has been s j maintained has caused Chamberlain II friends to become profoundly i3 illI credulous I i FAITH NOT DEAD Archbishop Parley who has just t s re turned from an extended Europen trip when asked concerning the French crisis said I 1There are just two things that enu happen In either event the Frcnch I Government will lose lather tIle j Government will mmakc n compri- mlse before the llth day of December I I or she will go ahead and carry out the intent of the law In that eent the church will be a martyr There never will be the word surrondc- einblaxonedIII on the churchs flng They may strip us of everything but we shall go ahead nnd evangeliz France The church in France has iIts loyal clergy and laymen nnd has no fear of any situation The scntimeii of the great mass of the people iIs not against the church This nut church legislation is the work of a- I few hold had men working for pet semi gain This is the gist of it I know of one particular instant where a group of these gentlemen got over 15000000 francs from tIle confiscation of the Convent of the Sacred Heart I personally vlsito several of the churches in Paris another large cities of Fiance nnd wni edified to find then crowded with men and women on week days I observed that there were always nil many men nt the week day massesI ns women Faith is not dead In I Franco despite all the hue and crr mid the enemity of the antire llgionists The dispatches of the past week would indicate that the people oC Franco are awakening from their lethargy and will not allow the church to be despoiled OUR DUTY IN FAR EAST Father Phelan of the Westcri Watchman has pronounced views on the Philippine question and fearlessly expresses them In an article on our duty in Cuba and the Philippines after saying the former must be an nexed he declares the Democrats of the country are making a great mis title in decrying our extension of territory in the Far East and in the Spanish main We need the Philip pines if we would have our share of the trade of the Orient Every com mcrcial nation on the globe is striv ing to secure a sure foothold and a market on the Yellow sea Japan ins Formosa and Manchuria that have cost her nearly a thousand millions nnd which she thinks cheap at lint price England has Hong Kong France has Tonquin Russia has upper Vlndovostok Germany is mov ing heaven and earth to get an en report there All envy the United States for she has her trading counter spread out in Manila and the Philippines for the displayof her lome products and an exchange that Is bound to draw to our counter the bulk of time Chinese and Japanese role The nation that captures time bulk of tIle trade of the Orient will iltimntely lend in the commerce of Ute world We paid 20000000 for tIle Philippines anti n few other glands of the ocean but If we were disposed to part with them we should ace no difficulty in selling for a ound billion But we are not going to sell them The stars and stripes now floating over Manila will come lown only the day It comes down in iVnshlngton We may make a Sew States Out of the archipelago but clinquish sovereignty over the hands never The sooner the Fil- Ipinos are convlncd of this the better for us and them This talk of Imper nlism and Republican tyranny will Urn all thinking Americans from fJlC Democratic party We can well tree with Mr Bryan on every other subject even his public ownership of ailroads but lie must not decry the presence of oar flag in the Philip- pInes We need the islands we came by them honestly we shall govern them justly We shall give them all the liberty we pdSBessourselveji but Hirender them not till the nations dooms dawns n- Q IF c The editorial page of the Mllwnul Catholic Citizen of last week wnF5e largely devoted to traducing 1 the Ancient Order of Hibernians The Citizen is a great paper nnd oner from which Irish Catholics would expect better things For some un known reason Editor Desmond l1aE become sour nnd scarcely nn issueI of his paper appears without its fIIna at the Irish Catholic Whenever 1 secular paper prints anything fleeting on time A O II it seems cer taut of reproduction in the eolum11F of the Milwaukee Citizen What tthe purpose is no one understands aF there is no just cause for the course pursued by that paper The IJer sonnel of the order is ns good aF that of any other unless exceptlol1 may be taken to the rule wl1lcl makes all men equal in its rans rich and poor alike One of our enterprising dailies In formed its Catholic renders Mond ny morning that St Patricks cllurch bazar will be held September 2430 that Sacred Heart church has com plcted its new parochial school Imlhl ing and that St Louis Bertram Catholic church children had theh first communion yesterday Not one of the three items was correct Stenslnnd stole 400000 and tleI pleading guilty was sentenced to tcn years in Toilet Were it a poor lallor ing man who stole as much ns 40 to protect a suffering family lie would have received n much more severe sentence It is just such cases ns tIlls that bring the courts into disrepu and breed contempt for law KNIGHTS OP COHIMBDS1 Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Elsewhere The fourth degree will be exem pllfled nt Kansas City on Thankpgi ing day Little Rock had an initiation lnKt Sunday John S Leahy State Hep uty of Missouri conferred the thii degree During the past year the Knigln iContributed nearly 10000 townrd the support of the Catholic Unlve Hity of Amerlcn Louisville Council isnrranging fOl a fitting observance of Columbi Day Time programme will not he nn nounced before the middle of next weekAt a recent initiation and banqui held by the council at Portland Ort addresses wore mule by Archblsho Christie Bishop Carroll Bisho Ollellly null United States Senator Gearin Bishop Carroll of Helena in rl viewing the work of the Knights of Columbus in Portland Ore nt the anniversary feast of the order Inllt week nmmouncedthat the Council Ilnd raised 12000 for time construction of n school for Italian children Ilhodc Island Knights nre makiiij extensive preparations for the mm1111 State parade with which they wil11 celebrate Columbus day at Provideric on Sunday October 2L The ten councils of Providence nnd those of nine other cities were fully represent ed at a meeting holdilast week alecommittees were named by State Deputy James Ilellly Pueblo Knights are arranging for the observance of Columbus day Oc tober 12 The Italians of that tit ire also planning to celebrate the lnr- on n large scale and it is possible that the Knights may celebrate it onnection with time different Itnlinr societies of Colorado Last yea lot McDonald declared Columbia lay a State holiday and on that day a monument wns erected to the mem iry of Columbus by time Italians of ueblo STEWARD AT PHOENIX Tames Garvey one of the best nown hotel men In Kentucky and for the past ten years a prominent figure at the Willard Hotel in this tty has accepted a flattering offer from the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington nml left this week for the Bluegrass npital Ills legion of friends regret Ills departure but all will stop with him whenever they visit Lexington SELECT DANCES The CnpaPle Dancing Club composed of well known young men of South Louisville has issued invita tlons for the first of its series of select dances which will take place nt Kings Hall Third and 0 streets next Wednesday night and continue ench Wednesday following Nothing will be left undone to make these nf fnlrs enjoyable and worthy the pa outage of the best people FORTY HOURS The beautiful forty hours devotion were held nt St Marks church at ichmond this week beginning Sunday morning and closing Tuesday The pastor Rev Father Punch was assist ell by Ilev William B Ryan of WInchester At every service the church was thronged and the clergy pressed themselves highly gratified over the large number that re celTed holy communion OPENED The new Pnsslonlst Province of st- Louis may be said to have been formally opened on Thursday of last week when Archbishop Glennon and large number of the rectors of St- Louis were the guests of Father AI fred and greeted Father Charles nt- the monastery in Normandy Among those present was Father Charles Ziegler after whom Father Charles was named Father Ziegler haying Leen the first priest to welcomes time Hsiohist missionaries in St Lo ll- ltheir superior of that day gave be- name of time young priest to his most promising novice at his profession II It 47 h- C tw CSfiSi6xsSs w SOGIETY ffesssesesesesssssesea Chi I Edward Shen of tVLUUIllJIia Is lslt lng relatives in New Albany S Samuel McBride and wife have beeJ visiting in Newport the guests oft I nnd Mrs John Reedy len Farrell the cell known snles man lion returned from a IJIlasnn trip to West Baden Springsr Albert W Lcverone amid dnughteI I Miss Corinne nre In Jncksonvl I Pin visiting Henry Hiich and famllJ Miss Blanche Derry of NoUn re- turnedI tel her home Monday nftel I a pleasant visit to Mrs D E HnterJ Mrs Robert Tloyd Robertson Crescent Hill had ns her guest this weel Mrs W J Mahoney of New One nns Miss Ada Dillon is home fron Michigan after n most enjoyable ttrll to the numerous summer resorts h that State Misses Nell anti Loretta FltzgIbhor are home after a pleasant visit to th Misses Steele nnd Kaltenbacher a Shelbyvllle Miss Augusta McCormick a prtt nnd interesting Henderson girl t nl this week the guest of her sister Mrs J T Wellfnnn Mr and Mrs D E Unftery wn have their sister Mrs John Cum uiiiigs anti son Leonard ns gucstl during the Horse Show Misses Ethel amid Lillian Sullivi who were here to visit relatives n11l attend the State fair have returnci to their home at Holy Cross Mrs Edward Tan nn and M HI Nellie Lnngnn 510 West St Cutler street left last Saturday for Chi cage to visit Dr and Mrs Elliott Mrs John Fisher and Mrs Kti Ililey arrived home Saturday fron Milwaukee where they hind a pleuR nut visit with friends nnd relatlvi I Mrs T H Herrignud Misses ItoFlt cord Georgia Herrjgnnel Mss lu cni Cunningham spetIt lnst welk Isltlnf friends nt Cecilia mad Elizatbel town Mrs Tames McKenna wife of tIll well mown Fnirfield distiller Where Tiis week visiting her father Mr Charles White 1225 West Jetft r son street Mrs Frank P Carroll wife of the popular Deputy Sheriff inns return from Bowling Green after a deligli ful visit with her daughter Mrs J C Perkins John King the retired railroad on tractor is at West Baden enjoyii a season of rest and recreation n11l1 seking relief from stomach troub that lens recently developed- Mr nail Mrs J Larrabec McClo key of Sew York are expected for a visit of several weeks with Mr MI Closkeys parents Mr and Mrs J- T McCloskey 201ft Tloyrl street Miss Mary Sullivan was rriven a most pleasant surprise party Tuesdn night nt her hone 2GOI First strec by n largo coterie of her youn I friends in honor of her twcntyseeott birthday During the past weep Mrs J I Leahy had ns her puests at her home in Crescent Hill Walter Lenehma nnd wifewho were returning to their home at Sprimrfield after a season at Pejoskey Mich John J Holland the genial nm faithful night watchman and 11Is estimable wife will return nex week after a pleasant ten days visa to their son Wilinm Holland who has been very successful since going into business in Cincinnati Misses Catherine Weir and Ann iVardt left Wednesday for their bon- n Plttsburg after n most dclightfu islt with Misses Catherine and Mn ale Weir East Walnut street While here the fair visitors made moan rieuds who will welcome their re urnMiss Margaret Wnthen who has jeen visiting Mrs John W McDonnU nt her summer home at Monmouth leach NT and more recently IonI laded a visit with Mrs llichard L London pf NOW York City is nov with Mrs Charles E Cooney of Syra CURe Vincent J McAteer who has been here visiting his father Col John Me Ateer returned this week to his 1111110 at Confort Texas where his woth and ability have yon for him a place in the front rank among the professional and business men of that action James J Shelly and John J Sulli nn returned yesterday from Indian polls where they attended the nn oval convention of the Young Mens nstitue representing the Kentucky rand Council They had a big time nml made many friends in the Hoosier capital Miss Clee Chnrlton the charming aughter of Senator Albert H Chnrl ton is home from nn extended visit nt Nashville where she wns the quest oft Miss Clara Norman During her tay in the Tennessee capital Miss harlton was shown much social at sntion and was the guest of honor at a number of receptions Tohn Smith well known in the West End who has been ill for several weeks at his home 1816 Portland aenue is reported as having under gone a slight change for the better tough his improvement may be nncwhnt slow his attendants now feel confident Of his recovery Miss Agnes Diigan who was here- for n short visit to her father Martin Dugan and her brothers Messrs Frnnk and Martin Dngnn left Tuesday evening for St Louis where std hns been making her home for a number of years past holding a responsible position with one of the Inrgest trunkmaking concerns Of the- West Superintendent Casey of the Jet fersonville plant of the American Car- and Foundry Company has returned c t t c I from New York where he went wttb j his daughter Miss Queen Casey graduate of the Jeffersonville I11gh School who Kt11llieN in one of the loathingCatholic Kemi navies for the education of oung tronmenThe engagement of Miss Xorn D Brodcrlck cold Timothy J StuncII is announced time marriage ccrcmoi to take place at St Louis Bertram church on Wednesday morning Oe tober 24I with n nuptial mass Uoth of the contracting parties are well known nod popular In Limerick n1ll1 their many friends will be pleased to hear of this announcement Alfred Simon the promising of Frank Simon of the Glnubcnsbo left Wednesday for Washingtt where he will enter the miss Blectrl cal School nnd continue his RhlllllS of electrical and mechanical en glncerlng Already he has shown n great knowledge in his chosen pro fession nnd his instructors predit for him a future that will be nboe the ordinary Bichmond and Mt Sterling sock circles were given an unlookeuf surprise Tuesday when nnnounccmei was made of the marriage of lIss Katherine Gullfoyle the hnmlsou daughter of James Guilfoylo and Michael Peters a prominent nnd respected young mint of Blchmon The ceremony wns performed by t- Rey Father McCaffrey in the preI enco of a limited number of frlendfl of the contracting parties Both are well known nnd have the best wl1hlR of a host of friends for a happy nnel prosperous future A most enjoyable Allegro party waR given Saturday evening by the fa lowing young people Misses loRe Mooney Mnyme Shea Kathryn Rlg mire Ida Hickerts Anna Slater Xe lie Gibbons Margaret Sayers Louis Bickerts Florence Schnng Anna Uell Cronnn Sophia Miller Carrie BadeI lose Hanlon Florence Young Mr M Shea nnd Mrs P llickerts Messr Will Dugan Louis Nickelson layton Duke George Brown Jake Wcndlin Will Theisen John McDermott Dnvl Shea Will Leaf Frank Bickert JCKS Harrington Lenandcr Aishman nnd George Simon Mr William Miller and Miss Nell Carey surprised their many friend multi acquaintances by being quiet married at St Louis Bertram church on Wednesday afternoon Joseph Carey a brother of the brad hind Louis B Dugan acting ns attorn nuts Miss Carey Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Carey of 7nne street and is a young lady of man graces and attainments Mr Milk holds a responsible position in the L N Car Accountants office nnd is well known in Catholic society After the ceremony the happy coupl e loft for a bridal tour to Detroit Mich Mr and Mrs Charles W Bruckert of 1728 Jackson street entertains Wednesday evening in honor of Ails Agnes Mutter of Cincinnati Thos present were Misses Ames Mutler Anna May McBride Virginia Bourke Anna Walsh Jcnnio Clifford Berth Clark Kathryn Herdt Geneva Met linn Ida Stuber and Julua Herdt Messrs Carl Doll Colfiman nidge John Koehler Arch Bnmspy Charles Koehler John Fitchnor Wnlter ill kite John Quinlnn Henry Shaeffer John Hnnnou JohnJ X Kinberger Vocal selections were rendered hI Mr John Kouhler nnd n pleasanit evening was spent by nIl The marriage of Mrs Tosie Me Venn and Joint T Woulf took place1 at St Cecilias church Thursday at 430 oclock net Father Franclf Brady officiating The best mnn mini patron of honor were Mr nnd Mrs Stephen Connelly Time bride is tIle laughter of Mrs Alice Clark The groom is a traveling salesman for the iVmerican Clothing Company with icadquarters Jn St Paul Minn A reception wns held at the home of time brides cousin Mrs G W Barnes1 The decorations were white and green Time bride received many landsiomc presents mostly silver amid ent glass The couple left that night for their future home In St lau- lAMUSEMENTS Williams and Wnlker will furnish amusement for patrons of the Ma sonic all next week This team is at the head of the list in its special line and an entertaining production is promised Mncauleys announcements for next weekecite pleasurable antlcipa ion The first half of the week The Wizard of Oz with the Tin voodmun and the Scarecrow sur ounded by nn entirely novel envir1 nment will stake its annual visit barleys Aunt considered the best farce ever written will follow for the Inllt three nights presented bya pleudid cast- Patrons of vaudeville are promised something unusually good in the bill tint has been prepared for thejj Hopkins Theater for next week Old worites nre on the bill and some new nets also all highly recommendI ldI by press and public This popular plnJ house maintains Its hold on the cople and is drawing larger audi ences that ever before One of the favorite burlesque companies that visits Louisville is booked for next week at the Buckingham whell the always popular Whallen nml Martell Merry Makers will Je- seen in their two big burlesques tanning For Mayor and the foy- ors Vacation Numerous nnd nol- able improvements have been mode In this company since last seen here nnd the vaudeville contingent is satd to be a corker DRAMATIC DEATH At Covington on Fridayof last weel Mrs Annie OBourke Wife of TIobert OBourke a well known nnd respected hotel keeper tiled under dlnmatic circumstances Calling her husbanll who was lying sick in an other bed to her side she her arms around his neck and threwII bidding him an affectionate lIank back on her pillow nnd expires all110st immediately Mrs Ollourke hnd been in good health and nursing her husband during his lllnesa anu- ber sudden demise was a great shock to the community in Which she ifred Ve llJallJ kinds of job prlttlng- OhcYS I s a trial l A CI- rb A The Academy of St Catharine h of Sienna Near Springfield Hytt Will be opened to a limited number of pupils the first v Monday of September 1906 For further information address THE SISTER DIRECTRESS S FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBBUCHBROS 524 526 528 West Market Street THE LOUISVILLE R Home Telephone Compallyc OFFERS ONLY THE BEST SI9RVICI9AND POPULAR RATES P ITS MERITS BEYOND QUESTION LINOS SPENCER President rod Lspert Accountant i SIXTH AND MAIN STREET Employment Wu i rfUnion Bask Building OUSVLLE KY sWi mu IJWl YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy a Diamond and Jewelry Co 304 v lIARHE r sxizr 7ll7 rULEYSNext Monday Tne ay nml Wednesday IIlghl and Wednesday matinee THE WIZARD OF OZ Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings all Saturday matin- eeCHARLEYS AUNT HOPKINSWeek Beginning Sunday Sept 30 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY EMPIRE CITY QUARTETTE Cooper Tally Mayo andl Cooper Trovollo Master YentrlloquUt Max Mllliai Celebrated Virtuoso accompanied by his siste Nelson Glose Queen of the Piano Hanson I JermonThe NobodBUCKING HAM MATINEE DAILY WEEI COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 30 WHALLEN BROS MARTELS MerryflakersPresenting two Burlesques Running for OfficeliThe Mayors Vacation The olio is an extended one and will not be urpassed this sea- sonDONT WAITb- ut come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds In the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET S- TAANHATTAN RESTAURANT ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIOHT 0411 Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Proprietor Y a r Educates Young People For Business Good and Succetff cALL OR WRITE FOR rum INPOnilATiOH Rational 1nPayments Credit J3i THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCIrrlages 1225 W MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled la TORIC LENSESMo- unted s with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole INVIEInmBDlroCAIforhentucky All the new Summer styles and shapes can be found here at reasouable prices CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 8211rrurtil Avenue 261 W1s61nanStTBoth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Logu I i J IONTUCKY XIiUSH RICANi y vvSTRAIGHT CREEK COAL Burns better makes less ash and more beat per pound than any other bituminous coal 100 Bushels 1 lf0025 Bushels 3oO 100 Bushels Jellico Lump 1300tie SCANLON COAL CO Incorporated Ninth and Kentucky First and P LOTS FOR SALE FOUR IN HAZEIAYOOD 25x195 feet for 135 eachcash 2 lots 38 x200 feet 300 each 3 lots 33 I x110 feet 200 each 3 lots SOxSS feet 200 each Also 94 feet running to point near Beechmont 300 ADDRESS L J SMITH 2019 FIFTH ST HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J1 JI BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 BAST MAIN 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 a JuI t 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 JuI 1 11 1 +1 H 1 1 +1 1 1 11 11 11 IHiMIIIIIll1 1 1 J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 II TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crriShort e purnhdon Notice 1531 W MARKET STREET 11 11 11 I 1 11 1 HIlI 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 + lH H H t+ tt + + t + + HMMI + MM M + f + + + ++++tt McELLIOTTr DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral 9 i Directors and Embalmers IIBO h Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS t t All Calls Answered IPromptly Day or Night + 1 1231 WEST MARKET STREET JI I I + + + t I t t t t I Gran Wo Smiths Soni AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET iiTELEPHONE 810 H t tt t tt tt t t t t t tt t tt tt tt + r OFFICB HOURS 8T06 SUNDAYS 0TO12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood r Dental work done forIthe least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH VENUE oppJno C Lewis Co 0 PflfR M NDRWI SONSN WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AAIJI JJ1 POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparelp I WORK GUARANTEED phoM 96se 52ft Fifth Street 4 J ttii PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Teffecsonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL I Sparks Avenue Jeflersoovlllc lad Our little ad works wonders Not only does it make money for us but it Also enables you to make money by in forming vou where to buy the right kind of Wall Plaster at the lowest prices Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Lquisville KyY Also operating the Hooster Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 HURT T1 SCHRJtlZ 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cnmb Phone 543y MONEY TO LOAN C a NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB Autumn EIGHTEEN DAYS RACING Beginning Monday Oct 1 and Ending Saturday Oct 20 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES DAILY FIRST RACE AT 215 P M TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL HOTELS AND CAFES HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes pdiUoned the study of Irish history in the schools of that city At the county convention of the Ladies Auxiliary held last week at Woonsocket It I twentythree di visions were represented Division 3 meets Mondaynight and n large attendance is looked for Vis iting members from other divisions will be specially welcome Division 42 of Boston will hold ia grand bazar in Hibernian Hall in No vember the proceeds to be add tithe sick and death benefit funds Friday night Division 2 will hold its regular business meeting Con Ford will have several new men to introduce and wants all member presentThe Ladies Auxiliary will hold an interesting session Wednesday night Plans for the future will be discussed and arrangements inaugurated for a social session Col John P Murphy of Norwich Coup held the State Presidency for thirty years and reluctantly his de termination to retire was received by the delegates at the recent State con vent loll The old war horses are not as promiscuous at conventions as in the past says the Boston Hibernian Young men are taking an active in terest in the affairs of the order and young blood tells There were 122 delegates present nt the Providence county convention held at Central Falls representing twenty divisions and several military companies The reports showed nu increase of 400 members during the past two years- Hibernians throughout the country are elated over the election of Patrick Fitz Gibbon as State President for Missouri Visitors from all parts of the country will remember his many courtesies to visitors to the St Louis Worlds Fair Division 5 of Salem Mass cele orated its thirtyfourth anniversary with an entertainment and banquet when addresses were made by llev Father Scannell of Ipswich Hon John Hurley of Salem and County President John Ryan The llev John D Kennedy our National Chaplain is a member of the Danbury School hoard and exercises great influence in city affairs He is also a prominent figure in the Knights of Columbus and is identi lied with several other organizations notablyl the Kennedy Guards a mijl tnrY organization which enjdjnn enviable reputation throughout n necticut for its personnel and efficiency CALLED TO DUBLIN Head of the Carmelite Order Responds to Sudden Summond Father Southwell for seventeen years head of the Irish Carmelite Order in Xew York City and rector of the Carmelite church in East Twentyninth street sailed on the American liner New York Saturday for Dublin where he has been sud denly called by the head of his order Just what position Father Southwell will hold is not publicly known as yet The Carmelite like all other rev ligious bodies of the Catholic church rives its members little warning of whats comng They must be ready to- go here and there on a moments notice Father T L McCabe has beeen ap pointed Prior of the Carmelite Mon astery and rector of the church in East Twentyninth street to succeed Father Southwell In recognition of Father Southwells work the parish ioners some time ago 1 erectjtd a bronze tablet in the parochial school founded by him Father Southwell went to East Twentyninth street seventeen years ago when there was no church in the neighborhood He rented a room on the third floor of a tobacco factory and several months later bought aI site for n church The property is now valued at 300000 including one of the finest Catholic schools in the city Eastern papers say Father Southwell will be missed at Bellevue Hospital which he visitedI almost every day IRIRU CAR FOR TEDDY A jaunting car has been made in Dublin for King Alfonso of Spain Private jaunting cars are sometimes seen in London but in Dublin and throughout Ireland they are tho common form of carriage Dispatches say it is also reported there that resident Roosevelt has ordered a jaunting car for use in Oyster Bay OLDEST PRELATE The Right Rev Monsignor Bernard Olleilly Prothohotary Apostolic his arian of two Pope was ninetyfive years old last Thursday the oldest living Catholic prelate on this side of the Atlantic He is staying in the 0- y a- a n tttttttttttttfttttttw IClDSOII w w DURING THE DAY w- TODAYE wwww Saturdayw =www w= w g Offaccount jE Holiday jj- IOPEN1ww E At 6 OClock 3ww 99- w ilYYSI E THIRD AND MARKET 3w11111111111111111111111111111111 H + t + t I t Cumb Phone U339 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM co MANUFACTURERS 01 PURE ICE CREAM- ANDSHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant tad we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our compete tors 627633 EIGHTH ST KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 2406 Payne St Give your boys no education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xnverian Brothers Classical Scientific and business Courses Preparatory De p irttuent I rfie Swimming Pool Welt Equipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James IJlr castle on the grounds of Mt St Vin lents on the Hudson He has been at Mt St Vincents for more than six years Although he is very weak there is nothing alarming in his con dition The nuns and attending physicians however have little hope of his lasting much longer RECENT DEATHS News of the death of Henry Jenlts ono of the oldest residents of the West End and for years employed by the School Board as painter Wlii received with expressions of sorrow throughout the city Tuesday morn ing The deceased was seventy years old anti was n favorite among the ounger set in his neighborhood Tor name years past he made his hone with his daughter Mrs Anthony P onnehly 2512 Duncan street The funeral took place Thursday mormnsr from St Cecilias church and the large attendance made manifest the esteem in which the deceased was held The death of James P Ward caused profound regret nmong his wide circle of friends in this city For years he was Vice President of the Louis ville Packing Company and was known as n friend of its many em ployes Mr Ward was a lending Knight of Columbus and prominent in Catholic society circles from which he will be sadly missed Ills funeral took place Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands church which was thronged with friends who camo to pay their last tribute of respect and pray for the repose of his boul John Hendrlck and wife are re ceiving the condolence of their friends over the death of their prom ising little infant son Willie whose remains were laid to rest Wednesday afternoon in St Louis cemetery Our lady reader will do well to remember that ftho onetone costumes will later Jin the season be more generally admired than the plaids nn n Meeting IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Michael llrennnn of Dromin has been arrested on a charge of having stabbed his brother Patrick llren unit whose life Is not yet out of dangerAn language lesson was in augurated in the College of the Four Musters at Letterkenny in the pros once of the Most llcv Dr OBoiinell ninny clergymen and a large attend once of students of both sexes Nationalists of Louth held n largely attended meeting at Ardee last Sun day As it was over twenty years since a Nationalist meeting was held in that town the people were anxious to take the opportunity of declaring b thtfir presence their Nationalist faith and their earnestness in per silting in the agitation for theirI onntrys rights and for the improve ment of the condition of her people Widespread regret was felt iin Uailieborough when it was learned that Mrs Mary Carroll was dead Deceased wits in delicate health for tinny years but was attending to her business up to a week before She carried on a very successful business in llullieborough for a quarter of a century since her husband died an- by her honesty and very friendly des position earned for herself the re spect of all who knew her The fu neral was the largest and most im pressive that ever passed through Bailieborough over 1000 pedestrians nnfl 110 vehicles being in the pro cession The solemn ceremony of consecrating the beautiful Dominican church of St Catherine at Newry took place recently Tlie special services in honor of the great occasion were attended by vast congregations of the faithful The consecration tool place nt the hands of the Bishop of the diocen the light Itev DrONeill At the high mass the Might IJcv Dr ONeill Bishop of Dromore presided The celebrant was the lllirht Itcv Jir OTallaffhan Italian of Cork anl till flight IJev John Mngnan Uishop of Kerry assited at the ceremonies In the evening an eloquent sermon was preached by the llev J C Lyon Late on Saturday night when three young men were crossing a bridge which spans the River Ulaekwater at Ardgonuell old castle convenient to Middletown County Armagh one of them named Kinney slipped and fell into the river The bridge iIH raised about sixteen feet above the water and the river at this particu mar sport is very deep He was being carried down the stream having beet stunned by the fall and would in evitably have perished when a man who was passing at the time named Hughes of Tyholland County Mon Italian without divesting himself of his clothen jumped in and after much danger and difficulty succeeded in landing the drowning man safely on the bank A farmer named Michael McCoy residing in the townland of Drom intee near Korkhill met with n very serious accident while cutting corn in his own field It appears that the unfortunate than was in the act of sharpening his scythe when his hand slipped and he received a very deer wound on the wrist severing one of the arteries He tried to stop the blood but failed nod he left the field to seek medical assistance On the way however he became so weak from loss of blood that he fell on the road and evidently had been 1lyingl there for sonic time in a semi conscious condition when fortunately the Newry workhouse ambulance cane upon the scene The driver at once stopped the machine and had the man removed to a house where after some time he was restored to consciousness McCoy is now on the fair way to recovery THEY LEAD The Y M C A of Pittsburg re cently blackballed an actor who wish ed to join their lodge Henry Dixey an actor took offense at this reflec tion on the knights of the stage and offered 1000 if it could be proven that there were more actors than preachers in any penitentiary A Cleveland reporter made the rounds of aU the prisons of that place n11l- 1as n result of his Investigation fonnd fort llblC preachers and seventeen actors JUBILEE The Knights of St George the lend- Ing Catholic fraternal societyof Dayton this State celebrated its sit ver jubilee last Sunday attending mass at St Francis church and rev the nf ceiving communion During ternoon the members and their friends enjoyed a largelyattended social outing and reunion at tterns Park GRAND RALLY The annual rally of the Holy Name Society of the diocese of Brooklyn will take place on Sunday October 7 It is expected that 10000 men will take part in the procession The city will heT divided into districts and In each district n church will be selected in which services in honor of the Holy Name will be held 0 r FRflNK FEfiR BREWING 60 IJNCORIORATJBJD Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK= Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMA EYcWI1dTG COlWPANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4ts2 LOUXSVULE JcYu BEER ALWAYS PUR- EPABST Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely agd TELEPHONE i3Sso Louisville Brancn ourreentll and Jcfierson Sts Cumb Phone plain 1913 9141TnE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersjiiSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTEIBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUIS VILLETKf ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARI BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE rOHN IO RtOraLC WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery t 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY MOLD DEAUJR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTIONI Old Whiskies a Specialty Rome Phone 4330 540 W WALNUT C J SCHNEIDERDEALER Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXGHRNGE LOUIS WABNITZ cot Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VIA tlENDE SON ROUTE To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points and GREAT NORTHWEST Dates of Sale Sept IS to Oct 31 Ask us for full full information J H Gallagher Trav Pass AgtL J Irwin Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky I When on the II Water Wagon try a bottle of Coca= Cola Then youll- understand S r At all good Bars Groceries and Slaad HERRMANN BROSIM- POTKR9 I FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dean ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especbUr PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SMS Street INESIUQUORS ttXS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every moraine ftWB 8M- to 1238 oclack 44gVGREIQNr 0tt zic2 j asxtt m n n THE BIG STORES Rich New Fall Fashions N Mens High Grade Suits L iat1oI 1 Is special for this weekII THE BIG STORE 424 to 434 West Market SI IFourth andbelweenI I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO- t I= t THE FARRAND= CECILIAN PIANO appeals to every one man woman or child young or old who is fond of music for every one can play it eveu though they know IplayingIwith the fingers the 1 1sameI they would any other Those who dont know how to play a piano can play this one by means of the Cecilian Piano Player Mechanism which is built in it THE PRICE IS 650 Your old piano taken in exchange at a fair value We will be r glad to furnish you with complete information in regard to the piano on requ- estMONTENEGRO =RIEHM MUSIC CO OQlS3r3O FOURTH VENUE JEWELRYWe seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of SILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You BRUNN Jeweler530 West Harket Street m n TUB S8 eias fie Rogers Boot GO i4 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES J TO SUIT EVERY TASTE it Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are thetfinest of their kind In the city 69 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES fOF EVERY DESCRIPTION t 434 2T JeHerson StartOt idf4 4t + t 9 + t THE GENERAL EXCELLENCE which remarked by all users our NEW BLEND COFFEEI- sanxious becomin have every known lover every of good WcnreIItry lbs 60c Then can among our many customers We coupon with each eec purchase which car titles you the following premiums couponsRocking I1O Piece Toilet Set 24 coupons 44Pltco Tea Set 24 coupons MULLOYCOFFEE t f 7UPIIJ23 Ql1 w MrSXREETJ I I J Hl+I+H+iIIHHIJuI II1fIII11II 3i1I1P31tI H+ I I I I I I 1 HIHIIHIHHHI1 IN NI H I H I I NORTON GURD COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OP F HIGH GRADE COFFEES 1 IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS t Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main Ill I J 111 J J I JIN H JuIJ H IH +H J JnI Jllll r P a as I I I is of day to at we to I I I I I I I I I I + oJ I I I I I 1 t t I I 1 t 1 t I I I I I Ii I J J t I I I I t I I J I t I I I J I J AA t t t t t t t + t I t t t t t I 8Yemd SPECIALTY Oleobrook Whiskey I in Bond 1 a Quart I WM I3ORGMANN IWINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214210218 SEVENTH ST t + r 6ANNO- NPresideet Bottled AAAAAAA M J BANNON VlcoPm h GenI Mgr A H M WOLTRINO Secretary I I o sAAAAA fR Treasurer B BANNON IIP F BamoB PipeBannons Sewer PipoCr L for Steam Conduits Wall Cob1Ii Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick lime Ptreellsg Flax Pipe tae Lining Ilre BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fireclay Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BrickIIJ 508512 W JEFFERSON 11Cld1Bey TBtBPHONBS73 n and Magnolia Ave Bct9tbaedloth TELEPHONE 283 Lb a V 0 WAVA Lefs- U U 0a4 iVVeVp 7 Ve OOV eV VK7V V I NEW FALL5UITSTh- e Ivariety of styles shown by us and which are ultrafashion is large enough to gratify any taste The fitted Coat Suits and3oinch lengths will be very popular while the semi iiable Prince Chap the Strapped Norfolk and Short Blouse Paten be considerably favored All of these styles are shown by IIuiui in O pleasing 1250 and attractive 1500 variety up to 3500 I I Womens Fall Coats 81 45 to 5oinch Tourist Coats will be all the rage We have then made in all th- eo new and fashionable materials o 5 00 up to 2500 Lightweight Coats Jn Kersey and Broadcloth made in th- eo popular semifitted and looseback styles elaborately trimmed 750 875 1000 to 2500 I i QSI Ii i IOO OO PROGRESS REPORTED I Splendid Work Being Done For Macklns Fall Festival Members of Muckin Council are en thusiastic over the prospects for the fall festival to be held under its aus pices next month The energetic but quiet canvass being waged by the six young lady contestants has arous ed widespread interest and their friends are organizing for the victory they hope to achieve From all mar ters encouraging reports are being received and the committee in charge feels confident of malting great sitccess of the undertaking President Itaidy presided Tuesday night and announced the election of another member one reported fa vorably and five applications After the usual routine Mackin instructed Its officers to send greetings to the Supreme Council In session at Indianapolis and then placed in the hands of President llaidy handsome ap propriation to be expended for the entertainment of members who would make the trip around tit world with Trinity Council on Thursday night Hon A IHzot de livered an interesting address con taining timely advice and an urgent plea to the young men not to be come bachelors which was accepted as the forerunner of another loss to the badly shuttered bachelors club Vincent Smith gave sketch of the life of Hobert Fulton and his achievements that was listened to with close attention and proved very instruc tive Clarence Look will be the speaker next FEEL HIS LOSS VIncenttans Tribute to Mem ory of Late Michael tang The St Vincent de Paul Society of St Cecilias parish feels deeply the loss of its late aged anti honored President Michael King and at the meeting last Sunday the following resolutions reported by Messrs Geo Poggel Peter Andriott and William Hume were concurred in after remarks eulogistic of the deceased brother and prayers for the repose of his soul- llesolved That in the death of Michael King President of this con ference the society recognizes the loss of one of its oldest and best members who by reason of his reg ular and faithful attendance and Christian life was an example and inspiration to his associates Resolved That the members of friends deepest sympathy in their bereavement ofhisthis meeting be spread upon the minute that copy be sent to his lam ily and that same be published in the Kentucky Irish American KELLY ON FORCE John Kellyone of the best known Irishmen in Louisville and for years Lieutenant on the local police force from which he resigned to en rage in business and farming has gain become member of the de partment The Board of Safety an nounced his appointment Saturday und on Monday he was assigned to beat In the West End His past eX- perience and well know fidelity to duty make certain good record for Officer Kelly- PRESIDENT MARDLE COMING Members of the lodges of the Amal gamated Association of Iron Steel ana Tin Workers are making exten lIve arrangements for time entertainment of P McArdle Rational President of the association who will visit New Albany and in Louisville October A joint reception will be given the distinguished visitor in Maennerchor Hall Xew Albany by the lodges of New Albany and Louis ville and fine programme of music recitations etc is being prepared The entertainment will close with banquet and afterdinner speeches 0n QSJ Misses Fall Coats In ages from 6 to 14 years select variety of the new style and new materials Our popular prices range as follows 0298 up to 1500 New Dress Skirtsi Ian0ials all also extra sizes 398 498 750 and 1000 I J2ONSONMARHETSREETHETTHIRDANDFOURTH i I i 001 i a a a J a Tuesdaynight G a a a a a J 0 a a lengths I j SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice President Thomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole man Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTensurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergenntatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ausbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney President Robert Gleason VlcePresldentMlcbael Breeu TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy- Jr Financial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeaatatarmsJobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy IIiI Y 3MC MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Chnrles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana Luau Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Janes L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW spttlalIstiThe student is given personal individual train- Ing by practical work from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This is the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or address WcMr Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue will be delivered by President Me Ardle and others Mr McArdle Is making a tour through the West and Southwest in the interest of the as sociation and he will visit at all thin Iron manufacturing points There is nd particular significance In this trips there are no labor troubles to look after and his object Is to ob serve the condition of the various lodges about the Fulls cities PROMOTED TO ENGINEER John T McGuIre a well know resi dent of New Albany residing at C20 last Fifth street for the lust four rears a fireman on the Motion road has been promoted to the position of mgineer and placed In charge cf uii nglne running between that cily and t M W AUTUMN MEETING iEighteen Days Fine Racing at the Louisville Jockey Club Park The New Louisville Jockey Club will inaugurate its autumn meeting eighteendu I purses will be hung up in each of titsix races that will be run daily and will bring out good fields of titfleetest horses on the American turf The event for the opening tiny will be the autumn handicap for which there will be a great struggle as it is regarded as a great prize by all the owners Each days pro gramme has been well arranged and includes purse selling handicap and i steeplechase races Time lending sprinters of the West and South are DownlllanllI the most successful fall meeting ever held in this section of the country presidingjudgebe Charles F Grainger and Will guaruntee thing that would lower the splendid reputation enjoyed by the Xew Louis ville Jockey Club Wednesday tho Iroquois handicap will be run and on Friday the big race will be the Shawnee handicap Manager Matt Winn and Sseeretary Lyman Davis prnlseforfor this meeting MACKIN vs SARTO Long Anticipated Debate to Take Place Sundaym- mlFlernoon Tile long anticipated debate be tween representatives of Mack in Council of this city anti Sarto Coun ell of Owensboro will take place to morrow afternoon at Mnckins lint on Twentysixth street Time subject for discussion Is the world growing worse morally will give the speak ers a wide scope and it is expects d that It will prove highly lustrueivt Mackin Council will be presented by Robert T Burke a rising young attorney and Charles I Cates while lIon La Vega Clements anti Uo crt II Gore will contend for honors for Sarto The four gentlemen have given the subject profound study and it is predicted that the judges will lint no little difficulty in reurhlng a de vision Hon Edward J McOermottj will be the presiding judge and it is probable that the other selections will be Grand President Albert F Martin of this city and evSuprimc Director John J Barry of Sew HavenSarto Council will senl a delegation of at least a hundred to encourage her men having chartered a special train for the occasion A committee from Mackin will meet the visitors upon their arrival and after break fast they will be escorted to mass Owing to the intense interest it is evident that Mackin hall will be taxed to Its utmost and therefore only members of the Y M I and their In vited male friends will be entitle to admission All time Falls Cities councils have been extended corilnl invitations GENERAL MANAGER Superintendent John Moran has severed his connection with the Ken tUck Packing and Provision Com many and Will move to Lafayette lid to become General Manager of the Kern Packing Compan about the largest concern of Its kind in that State For the past fifteen years I Manager Moran was associated with I IUhWmeltheLouisville Packing Company He learned the business in Ireland when I a youth and has a merited reputation and to him Is due in a great measure the immense export trade from this market Ills wide circle of friends f and the hundreds of men who worked under Mr Moran will regret his de nurture though all are rejoiced aver Ills brighter prospects for the future u i 6 It It it It It + t t t It GREAT SALE 1 E XMATTRESSES g j Pat Sept 1 1003 Oct 1 1 1004 Y REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 symmetricalIbecome lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark Chas A Fisher Co mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur iiThis tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface i Constructed on scientific principles by improved method JAMES GREENE 1 i 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET t t I t t t Id I COAL COAL 1 4Anthracite Coal per to11325Pocah-ontas per ton 500tSt Bernard Lump 300 + Jellico and 4th Pool Pitts Lump 325 +2d Pool Pittsburg Lump 350 a Now is the time to buy Will be no cheaper this summer + ST BERNARD MINING CO f r tPleaset t + BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA M WHISKY II IIIT IS ALWAYS PUREII mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky e Both Phoacs 3399 HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manuf- actureGEHER Be SON 217 West Market Street S v- FOL Oft IHE ciowiAnd you givlugYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY i GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 84 3 S43xSx8xSxS j x DR J Tf CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFICANDPRACTICALHORSESHOEING horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORK 10071009 W BROADWAY It It It It I It It II t + It It It It It t I I t II FINE WINES ALL CJIlAKPAGJD81 345 West Green Street LlClUOUCJIGABI sJt2 l- Rt I r 4 ir