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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t NTIccyJRsRjtM1RIcAN i VOLUME XVILNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATUR AY OCTOBER 131906 PRICE FIVE CENTS PEACE andIlesCause Made Reassuring Progress United States Enjoyed Twelve Years of Peace to One of War Cardinal Gibbons Has Hopes For Perinannent Courts of Arbltlutlon BLESSING OF OUR CIVILIZATION Nearly 2000 years have rolled by since the birth of the Prince of Pence whose advent was announced by the angelic host singing Glory to fed time highest and oii earth peace t u of good will Christs mission on earth was to establish 4atriple peace in tins hearts of men Ipeace with God by the observance of his commandments peace with our fellow men by the practice of justice md eharltj and puce within our 4ownbreast by 1hteplng our passions subject to reason mind our reason subject to the divine law He came 4above nil to break down the wall of partition that divided nation from nation that alienated tribe from tribe and people from people mum to make them all one family acknowl edging the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of Christ writes Cardinal Gibbons When looking back and contemplating the wars that Lure raw aged the Christian world during the last twenty centuries some persons might be tempted at first sight to vxelaim in anguish of heart that the mission of Christ was 11 failure My purpose is to disabuse the faint hearted of tills discouraging impres sion and to show that Christs mis sion has not failed but that time cause of peace has made decisive and reassuring progress It is by com parison and contrasts that we most effectually can gauge the results of Christian civilization Let us compare the military history of the Ito wan empire from its foundation to the time of Augustus Caesar with the military record of our American republic from the close of time Ilev S elution to the present time In pagan Home war was the rule peace b wan the exception The temple orII Janus in Koine always was open closed in time ROlnu1IllsI embracing a period of 700 years the temple of Janus always was open vxcept twice when it was closed them only six years It was closed at I birth of Christ as if to symbolize the pacific mission of the Hedeemerj of mankind II The United States has existed as a sovereign nation for about 120 years since the close of the Hevolu tion During that period we have had four wars the war with Eng I m laud from 1812 to 1815 the war with Mexico from 1845 to 1848 the civil war from 1861 to 1805 and time recent Spanish war The combined length oI those campaigns was about ten yean fence we see that the tmm1te States bus enjoyed twelve years of peace for ono went of war while the Honiiih empire enjoyed less than one year of tranquility for livery century of military engage mentllmllY remark in passing tint at least three of these four mil Mary campaigns might Lave been averted by peaceful arbitration and that a large share of the responsi bility rests at our doors What is the history of the Hebrew people as recorded in the Old Testn went but n narrative of warfare 8thesacred chronicle from Moses to the Maccabees comprising 1400 years presents nn almost unbroken Harictt of wars of defense of inva slouor of extermination So con tinuous were military campaigns Hint a sacred writer refers to time In the year when hostilities annually were resumed It came to pass at the return of the year at the time when kings go forth to war They had their season for fighting ns well marked as we have our seasons for planting and reaping But the blessed influence of our Christian civilization has been experienced not only in reducing the number of wars but still more In mitigating the horrors of military strife Prior a to the dawn of Christianity time 1 motto of the conqueror was Vne A vlctls Woe to the vanquished The captured cities were pillaged and laid waste The wives and nationbe soldleryr Alexander the Great after Y the cnpture of the city of Tyre or dered 2000 of the inhabitants to bo crucified and the remainder of time rv 1 in was put to death or sold Into slavery IIHow different was time conduct of len tjcott after his successful siege of the City of Mexico As soon as the enemy surrendered not a single soldier or citizen was sacrificed to I the vengeance of time victorious army mil not a single family was exiled from their native land During the siege of Jerusalem in the year 70 of the Christian era under Titus the Roman General more than a million of Jews per ished by the sword or by famine Nearly 100000 Jews were carried into captivity The sacred vessels pf the temple of Jerusalem were borne away by the blood stained bands of the Unman army Simon tho Jewish Chief taliu with the flower of the Jewish troops was conducted to Home where be graced n 7A CIII the triumph of the Roman General and then a rope was thrown around his neck and he was drugged to tilt forum where he was tormented and put to death And yet Titus was not accused by his contemporaries of ex ceptional cruelty On the contrary he was regarded as n benevolent ruler nnd was called time delight of the human race Let us contrast time conduct of Titus towards the Jews with Gen Grants treatment of the defeated Confederate forces When Gen Lee surrendered his sword to Grant at Appomattox Court House he and his brave army were permitted to return without molestation to their respective homes 1 can recall at least four instances within the last twenty years in which international conflicts have been settled amicably by arbitra tion Time dispute between Germany and Spain regarding the Caroline Islands was adjusted by Pope Leo XIII in 1880 The Samosin difficulty between Germany and the United States was settledl by a conference held in Berlin in 18S9 A treaty of pence between the United States and Mexico was signed in Washington at the close of Clevelands administra lion And a few weeks ago a war between France nnd Germany per Imps a general European conflict was averted by the Algcclras con ference in Morocco Let us cherish the hope that tin day is not far off when the reign of the Prince of Peace will be cs tablished firmly on the earth and the spirit of time gospel will so far sway the minds mill hearts of raters and cabinets that international mils putes will be decided not by stand- Ing armies but by permanent courts of arbitrationwhen ttheywill be settled not on the battlefield but In the halls of conciliation and will be adjusted not by the sword but l+y penMay the nations of the earth study and take to heart the lesson that peace hath her victories no less renowned than wnraye victories more substantial and more enduring May they learn that all schemes conceived In passion and and fo mated by lawless ambition are des tined like time mountain torrent to carry terror before them and to leave ruin mil desolation after them whilst the peaceful councils of men under the guidance of Almighty God are sure to shed their silent blessings around them like the fgentle dew of heaven and to brim forth abundant fruit in due seasonFREE FROM DEBT Thais Where Fall Festival Will Place Mackln Council lames shl 1Jjlln Hand Louis Kieffer mid the other members of Maekin Councils Fall Festival Com mittee are highly elated over the ye portn received during the past week and now feell confident that when the festival closes the money will be sufficient to pay off the last note and place Maekin Council entirely out of debt The festival will open Monday night October W and con tinuo throughout the wlclEnc h night there will be a varied pro gramme of amusements and new articles put on sale Time booths will be tastefully arranged and presided over by u number of young ladies who will prove charming entertain ers Interest In the race between the six young ladies contesting for the piano and other prizes is be coming widespiead ICach one hints her own organization working night and day and when the count is made it will be found to be of im proportionsInvitations been sent to the Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hibernians Catholic Knights and other societies whoso members arc expected to visit the festival in large numbers For the opening night there will be n splepdld set of moving pictures giving views of scenes in Ireland Thursday has been set apart for fraternall iilcht and society will have Friday night HANDSOME VESTMENTS I Good People of St I rI3tds Present Pastor With Full Set Time Young Ladles Sodality of St Ilrldglds church Von Ilorrles ave nee a fey mouths ago presented the pastor Rev Henry Av Connelly with a bcautlfuV set of white vestments which were imported from Paris Tthcyjnre exceedingly beautiful being made of brocaded white silk heavily embroidered In gold mid they have been greatly admired as they are among the most beautiful ever teem in Louisville and the pastor wins de limited with them and most coo quent in his thanks to the devoted young Indies who presented them Following the example of the young ladles four other members of the congregation whose modesty will not allow their immeso to be known each presented the pastor with a donation to purchase anotiie tct of vestnemi s=one to bo of red lono of green one of yellow und one of black and all as elaborate Ins the I I I 1mImalts a completea new sit for church and pastor mil people an alike rejoiced over the good foHnuc GRATIFIED The forty hours devotion nt St Georges church was brought ton most successful close Tuesday There Wad n largo attendance at nil the services and Rev Father George Weiss the pastor is especially grat ified that so many of ills People re celveil holy communion I11 c BRIEF STORY Tells of tho Conception and Foundation of Knights of Columbus Order Owes Its Origin to time Lato Rev Michael J McGlviicy The Great Work of National Secretary Daniel- Colwoll HAS SUPPORT OF THE HEIRARCHY Catholics generally will be Inter tsUd to learn that the order of time Knights of Columbus which every where throughout tie lountry comm moruhll this week the anniver ary of the landing of Christopher Columbus upon our shores owe its JoellhIMcUlvney n ephs church at New Haven Conn lie conceived the idea ol a great Catholic poclety to be restricted in jts miiuiHTslrip to practical Cath auks iiiul to be organized under the auspices of the church He hind seen ninny Catholics full away from thu faith through connection with secret roelettes that were antngoifistie to all religion so he resolved to organize one that Catholics could join with the free sanction and indorse ment of the church He associated with him in the enterprise such men OK Daniel Colwell who has been Na tional Secretary of the order since Its foundation Tames T Mullen Matthew C OConnor Cornelius T Drlseoll afterward Mayor of New Haven John T Kerrigan and AVil limn M1 earund with them organ ized and incorporated the Knights of Columbus on March 29 18SU After seven years of labor as a curate in New Haven Father MeGivney was appointed rector of St Thomas church It Thoniaston He assumed charge of the parish on November 10 1881 and labored there zealously fiir nearly six years almost liquidat ing the entire debt of the property Hut the arduous labor he had per formed In the foundation of the Knights of Columbus and his parish work soon began to tell upon iilrii and he was called to his reward on August U limo A charter was granted by time Leg islature to the Knights of Columbus for time transaction of a fraternal Insurance business Although char tered un nn insurance organization those who formed the organization had an additional mid higher motive in view Their primary object was Catholic unity the uniting of all OIl1puct1I0dCatholicity with Clarity Unity and llrothcrly Love as their motto time unflagging zeal undaunted ad undyingfaithsmall blind of Catholic laymen in New Haven to establish on firm and enduring principles the great order which today embraces within its ranks nearly 150000 members To one man perhaps more titan to any other is due the credit for the beautiful ritual of the order and the series of degrees which lend such at orJlnlzntOI1 one of the original Incorporators and the National Secretary of the Knights of Columbus since its in ception lie brought to his duties of office an undying devotion to the cause and a refined mid well devel oped mind stored with tune best of ugcsThefounded in Meriden Conn on Feb ruary 2 1882 and was called San Salvador a name particularly ap propriate for n Catholic order which greatCblumibasyears time order node rapid strides in Connecticut A council was established in Rhode Island In Westerly on April 15 18S3 The next State entered was New York where the first council was in stituted in Brooklyn on September 23 1801 In the following year time order was established in Massachu setts when Hunker lUll Council No 02 was instituted In Chnrlestwn n section of Boston on April 10 1803 This really marks the beginning of the great growth of the order The members in Massachusetts take great pride in having instituted time first council in the city of New York mind to them also is due the credit of limiting established the first council West of the Mississippi In St Louis The old lay State furnished a Su preme Knight In the person of time lamented Tames E Hayes of Charlcsiown who by his able leadership and indefatigable energy sue in making the order felt throughout time country as a power SupremeKnightMassachusetts mnn having been formerly a resident of South From ingham but now living in New Ha veil Conn Daniel Colwell National Secretary of the Knights of Columbus was born in North Adams Mass On July 15 tb05 he located in New Ha yen and worked at his trade of shoes making For many years he kept a shoe store He was elected Toyr Constable in 1870 and served seven years when lie resigned IIe wn coirt officer In the Superior Crim Innl Court during these years and Lad charge of ninny of the most noted prisoners Ho was one of th founders of the Sarsfleld Guards and was a member of the social or ua LL rs I ganization known as the Hed Knights perhaps the fountain whlchlal1 sprung the Knights He drafted the articles of Incorporation for time Knights of Columbus and was Chairman of the committee that filed the first constitution thud report of the order He was also Chairman of the preparplthemonies of institution and installa tion He was ele ted General See retary of the order in 18S4 and lies positionThehas not only the support of the hierarchy of the church but has even attracted digitdignitaries HOPE IN CUBA Apostolic Delegate Ordered flack For Adjustment of Claims I An Associate Press dispatch from Home says American intervention in Cuba has cntaiOdl point concern at the Vatican nod Mgr Joseph A versa the Apostolic Delegate to Cuba mil Porto Itlco has been ordered by tin lope to return to Havana without time leant delay The concern of the Vatican authumitiu441H more In the nature of n hope I flint at last the long pending question of indemnities claimed by tub church because of the damagedone to church build hags III time island previous to and during time American occupation may at lust he settled In full Another claim of the cjuirch which huts long been held in abeyance concerns the indemnity duel to time Spanish religious o Id e 1ohllh agreed to quit the island nt the time Neither of these claims wore ever settled In full or to the satisfaction of the Vatican authorities by the Cuban Government to which the Americans left them for adjustment UNION BAZAR Catholics of Louisville Will Aid Sister of GoodISbcpherdbl- ipresentatlve f T Catholics front all parts of the city dirt Monday night and inaugurated n movement for a grand bazar for the benefit of the Sisters of the Cool Shepherd who are doing a greet elmnrity work nt their convent on Eighth street Vicar General Cronin won designated by time Right KevJJbjFoiiI for rresjdenttmind Itev Father mrwns cliosen Secretary mid temporary committees were named Time baar will be held during time last week of Novem ber which will give sufficient ttinge to make proper arrangements for such nn undertaking as this A meeting of the ladles of the differ cut parishes wns also meld and Thursday night there Mas a general conference at St Francis Hall Reg ular meetings will he meld hereafter to hear reports mutt make necessary prparations and the interest al ready evinced indicates a great sue cess The bazar wjll be held in Llederkrana UnIt at Sixth stud Wal nut streets The pastors have been requested to announce nt the masses tomorrow that a general meeting will be held Monday night nt St Francis Hall and also to appoint two or snore delegates from their respective congregations RECENT DEATHS Louis anti Frances Nan of 715 Ehclby Kirfti art iiiuuiiuu time i death of their infant daughter CM critic and Lave the sympathy of a wide circle r friends The humeral took place Monday when the re mains were laid to rest In St Michaels cemetery The funeral of John Hetldlngton who lied Thursday at his home 1717 Baird street takes place this morning from St Patricks cliurch of which he was a devout member Mr Itcddington was a well known clerk mill his death caused a feelingof deep gloom among his ninny friends and acquaintances Wednesday dispatches received here from Munfordvlllc brought the sail intelligence of the death of Mrs Patrick Hush one of hart countys best known residents which oc curred Tuesday night and resulted from complication of discuses Item husband former Sheriff and eight children survive The funeral took place Thursday and the remains were buried in the Catholic cem etery at Mewling Green Mrs Rush was sixtyfour yeads of age MISS ALICE WEBER DEAD After nn illness of three years of tuberculosis Miss Alice Weber one of the most popular and charitable young women of the Nest End passed away Tuesday evening at the residence of her sister Mrs Frank Weasel 524 TwentySixth street Miss Weber was engaged in business with her sister Miss Carrie Weber al 2027 West Market street fur many years She is survived by threa sis tens Mrs Hen Schieman Mrs Frank Weasel and Mfss Carrie Weber The funeral took place Friday morning from St Anthonys church with a fcolenm high moss of requiem anti the large attendence manifested the widespread sorrow felt for tile loss of deceased Time remain wet e borne to St Louis Cemetery by Messrs Edward Henriott Charles Dieruff Arthur Sell Albert Wolf Henry Wplf Will Wolf Jacob Hubbuch Will Smith Henry Imonle M J Eunnon Dr 12 L Hef tlla and Leo Schuhmann followed by u long line of carriages I IJll- a tl RESIGNS Major Gen TCndeslcI Quits the Uniform Hank of the C K of A Disaffection Onuses Meeting of Supremo Board nt Chicago Result of Investigation Hall Not Tot Been Made Public MAY HURT MILITARY DEPARTMENT For some months past tthere has peen n widespread disaffection in the rank mid file of the Uniform Yank of the Catholic Knights of America but in the hope that tin differences might be nsileably ad jested they were 1 kept from public notice It would appear from the statements of Major Gen Kadeski that bis subordinates have been derelict in their duty but they re sent time charges and place the troubles upon his shoulders The last issue of the K of A Journal contained the announcement that the Major General had been Mip scdcd his place being filled by time appointment of one of the stuff of fivers of Chicago Time notice con tamed no further information mind it is therefore Impossible to pass intelligently on the merits of the controversy The Military1 t Hoard lies been in session nt Chicago for sev eral days but up to time time this was written the result of its delib orations had not been made known Adjt Gen Michael Kelehert is n member of the hoard mid left for Chicago the first of the week but up to the tine oc his departure did not know whether there would be impeachment proceedings or arc organization This week n number of communications and general orders issued by Gen Kadeski reached this office TIll orders relieved from duty time battalion regimental mud brigade commanders of Illinois after August 15 with instructions that all prop er1 be turnl aver to Adjt Gen lteiliert Mg row followed and then came the resignation of Gen Kadcskl addressed to Gen Rclehert from which the following extract iis taken q herewith tender you my resin nation as Major General Command fog the Uniform Hank C K of A 1 do this with much regret but be lieving that I will serve my pence of mind business mill family interests best also the Uniform tack depart ment especially since designing men are secretly undermining my efforts to build up this branch of our order Not wlsbsing to further interfere with the advancement of this de partment and believing that n unit ed force can accomplish more I beg to be relieved std desire this resignation to take effect December 3 1905 which will he soon after the next Supreme Hoard meeting in November whom I desire to pass upon my acts accounts and then release me from myofficial duties mil bond and arrange smatters for my successor in office to whom Twill turn over nIl properties upon thick order You will transmit a coy of this resignation to the two other members of time Military Hoard consisting of the Supreme President and Chief of Staff win with you will join in a call for an election to bo held about November 8 1900 which I twill countersign if need be so the Supreme Hoard can confirm the election and order the new bond for my successor In con elusion let me state that I am thankful to you for the kind anti ever ready efforts to aid me in my work for the advancement of this branch of tho order for which there is n future if nil those Interested will not use their power for personal advancement instead of time Uniform Hank deportment nnd the order nt lame which so often threatened to rupture time good work planed by those interested Under date of October 5 Gen Kadesld issued a letter to the Cath olic Knlirhts In general and among BaysInthe copy of 1113 res ignation as your commanding of ficer permit me to add that since the Into allowance was made for the Uniform Rank dcnartmcnt I have been hampered more than ever be fore by men who pretended to be friends of the department After a long trial I obtained the service medals and books and supplies that have placed the Uniform lank upon u better basis and had I been free to act many other reforms and plans would have been carried out Being hampered in mw work I feel that the time has como when those baring the interest of the Uniform tank at heart should get together and remove tills department of our order from tho influences nt present surrounding same Whenever sufficient interest is shown I am ready to aid you to bring about this reform but as long as the officers and members of the Uniform Rank are indifferent I feel that I can not nf ford to trice my time for a purpose npt appreciated byn majority who refuse to reoly to my many plead intro as nmdo in the post all tend lug to improve tho workings of this iRnnrtmpnt Hefnf left without the nroner support and ns many of our wotildho friends are ll knockers I decided to llet time ppwerathat would bn if permitted to do so by those who have been the main standbyes m e of this department assume the management of time Uniform Hank Departments since certain powers are aiding men least competent or eligible ns Uniform Hank members who have not only hampered my work in the past but aided them in nil the unlawful nets that compels me to make my long contemplated1 publicWhat of the foregoing predictedlIutconsiderable interest COMPLIMENTS exchanlcd Between Pres ident Roosevelt and T P OConnor President IJoosevelt last Saturday received T P OConnor of party3lkluu1 I phia the new resident of the United Irish League of America stud UrN Maurice P Egan tumid William 1VnsldngtonOonoor cram tines and there was a pleasant exchange of iiifmories of previous meetings The President alluding to his forthcoming article on time Celtic sagas declaring that his studyof Ithem had made him realize more than over tilt high place Ire kind occupied in the historyof learning and civilization and that no mani especially with Irish blood In his veins could fall to have his rev pwt for himself and his race cnor monMy heightened by such studies The President asked OConnor to- give the message to the Irish people that bis affection and admiration for them grew stronger every year nnd 1hat he earnestly hoped for prosperityOConnor of the great appreciation the English had of his work In behalf of peace lie tween Japan nnd Itussla and said he loomed up among them as the statue of liberty does in New York harbor Speaking on the subject of self gov ernment in Ireland OConnor said n measure having that in view would he introduced at the next session tlf Parliament nUll would pass time House of Commons by a majority of 150 votes Time House of Lords refusingtorejectingtheOConnor left in the evening for Boston where he addressed a grunt gntherintr Sunday night Mr OConnor was given nn enthu siastic1 reception Sunday in the Uos ton Theater under time auspices of the United Irish League He de livered a stirring address upon the ultltatlugthepresided Mr OConnor accom panied by his wife arrived in Itoston Sunday morning from Washington where he lad been the guest of resident Roosevelt The Boston pledgedthlrnsellthe Irish Parliamentary fund anti be fore time meeting closed It vas an nounced that nearly the entire amount had been subscribed FIRST IN FIELD I Dlvison I Preparing For An Bterntafnment in Near Future Tuesday night there wns an at tendance nt the meeting of Division J A 0 IL that wus most gratifying to President Mulloy tumid his fellow offficers Preset as visitors were County President Murphy and D J Colcimin who were given a cordial welcome The application of Hon Kmirnt Slattcry was presented and the degree team urged to arrange for an initiation An invitation front Maekin Coun cil was read asking time Hibernians to attend the full festival and upon motion it wus accepted and the division will turn out in a bodyon Thursday night October U3 A com munication calling for nn assess ment of twentyfive rents per member was also received from State Secretary Hunt but as the Louisville liberallyfornient was levied action was deferred Upan motion the delegates were Instructed to secure a date from the County Hoard for nn entertainment in the near future Messrs Hcsslon and Colemnn invited the members to visit Division 3 on November S when all would spend n pleasant night mind be royally entertained at their opening so chat session County President Mur phy expressed appreciation of thb work Division 1 was doing amid ap proved its action on the assessment question Ton Dolann witty but sensible talk created much merri ment nnd after good talks by Tom Keenan Newton G Rogers and David OConnell the meeting ad journed Secretary Cusick announc ing a big increase In the receipts ATTENDANCE INCREASING The congregation for the news St James church at Edcnsido and lax tel avenue is being rapidly formed nnd judging by the present attend muse nt each Sundays messes there will soon be a sufficiently large con gregation to build a handsome church At present services are held in the school building which lilts nn improvised chapel in one rooom nnd mass lID celebrated each Sunday morning nt7 coal 0 oclock and 01 week days at 03Q The Ursuline Sis tcrx ore in charge of the school an already bate a most chcouragalngr lot of children in attendance G 1 A 1L I IHOME RULE Prospects Wore Brightened by the United Irish League- Convention n Strengthens Government in Forcing Sclumo For Admin Ihtrntivo Inform John Kedmond Reiterate Limerick VfnrnluAA Sunday t OPINIONS THAT COME FROM The London correspondent ol New York World pmthiefcd Irish Leagues convention inj adelphin when lay Pay OCoj representTrINh i enthusiasm in Ireland This conies most timely for the horn trengthelhamlu ernment In forcing the Hoi Lords to accept its forthcJ scheme for Irlsn ndministrntivV form Up to the present ifll tempts by time Irish Unionises to ex1 cite public agitation again t this Measure have failed complete and no government ever had a more propitious opportunity to settle the questionArthur Italfour still maintains un broken silence in the face of de mands by the Unionist press of the three kingdoms and the lenders ot the Unionist party to consent to the publication of the correspondence be tween llulfoiirs Government and Sir f Anthony MacDonnell on the reform of the Irish Government when Mac Donnell accepted office as Perma CIISUe to his fear that the revelations In the correspondence would prove he theVnlonistJohn lEcdmond addressing a meet ing of the Irish League at Athlone last Sunday reiterated his Limerick lIutInHo sail he did nut ignores the mom practical difficulties standihp fci wily of the Ministers on tjielroiuu rule question and that he nnd his anxious ernment scheme when time timo mine He said that he land confi dence in Sir Henry Campbell Hun JnmeMlIrns he was convinced they were home rulers but he knew what influence was at work and felt it his duty to remind the Government that they In Ireland were unchanged and were unchangeable In nn editorial article Monday morning the London Tribune Lib oral interprets this speech ns nn approaching ments and predicts that the Govern tent scheme does not possess time objectionable features that Kedmond r fears ENJOYED BANQUET Knights of Columbus Heard Eloquent Speakers Last Night 1 The celebration and banquet of the Louisville Knights Of Columbus at the Gait House last night in com memoration of Land Intr Day wto marked by nn elegance and culture necr suspasscd In this city The reception nnd dining room were tastefully decorated and the ar rangements reflected great credit upon Messrs James J Fitzgerald John R Casslly Joseph JL Ilyan Thomas W Tarpey Louis A Hodapp and Harry C Nelian Tho celebration was participated in by several hun r dred members who were accompa nied by their lady friends Judge Matt ODoherty acted as toastmaster and was most happy in his introduction of time dis tinguished speakers time principal ones being the lies Michael Jnjrlowicz President of St Marys College Hon Jerry Sullivan of Illchmond lIon Hen Johnson of Hardstown and Hon Terry QMcara of KHzabcthtown Eech dwelt upon tho many and important parts that Catholicity played In time discovery s positionof Columbus OUR MARY WILL ACT Mrs Mary Anderson do Navarro has been prevailed upon by Father Bernard Vaughan S J time famous castigator of the smart set id emerge Into the public gaze this win ter but only for the sake of help fug London orphans She has con seated to not three nights In scenes frotn Shakespeare Although many years have passed slneo time then beautiful young actress performed afttmpossiblcplaying Shakespeares Wlntej Tale al the old Lyceum for ll 11edLgnaoaadiencei o C 10 i u T- T I 1 I I r iirxsiAMERCAN KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NL111INILNNI 7Bt8d to ttte Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americana i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the LonUvllte Postotflco as SecondClass Matter A iieiii1l Commnntcallont to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Weil Qreen Street TRADES COUNCIL r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAV OCTOBER 13 1906 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE t t your subscription is due to the yaclty Irish American why not o as at once We are carry ands of small accounts and Usist materially by sendin Lt due on your subscriptio CONGRESS y t thinking people tire nmv g their attention to the lies teas lIon Swnper Shcrlcj reprcBchts this district has Most enviable record In tlw Ln body Ills votes nml iia8 have always been on thl the people u ml he has coot recognized on all sides as une ablest and most influontiu erg of the House It Is Ruch yit the country needs at thIs ml voters should find it 110th arc and a duty to cast ballot rr Sherlcy lie is a man of the standing clean in his private Jic life and able and tear in past experience fits him responsible duties of tin trice to which he aspires nml Is superior to his opponen very respect we cheerfully give bur support and commend him the suffrage of our readers VICTORY FOR SISTERS Christian and charitable people of t nil denominations are rejoicing over the action of the Kentucky Court of Appeals which on Tuesday handed down a decision affirming the judg ment of the Jefferson Common Ilea Court Second division in the cuse of Hattie Smith against the Sister of the Good Shepherd of Louisville Chief Justice Hobson delivered the opinionThe action was by appellant to re cover for services rendered following a case foi9fisonmcnti and cruel treat TnenT The jury below found for de Pendant The Court of Appeals sayi1 i she performed the services knowing that she was to receive no compensa tion and can not now demand it This Is the last of the series of Sisterspirit of malice and bigotry Those who brought them were benefici aries of the good Sisters and the only reason that can be assigned for their action is that they were badly advised by poor and malicious lawyers The defense was ably con ducted by Attorney James J Flt gerald who was upheld In every court in which the cases were tried We sincerely trust that the unpleas nut chapter will remain closed and c that the Sisters of the Good Shep herd will be allowed to continue their work of saving women from degradation and ruin without moles tatlon kpIMMIGRATION The Paducah convention of Immi gration has given a practical turn to the heretofore theoretical dist ussori of immigration for Ken tucky We agree with our neighbor the Times which says that In per fecting an organization in each of the counties of Southwestern Ken lucky and Southern Illinois In pro viding for an annual convention at Paducah and in determining on defi t alto measures to secure immediate Austrian immigration the convention has taken the first actual step in an experiment from which Ken tucky owing to the comparatively Small number of its negro popular lion is more likely to profit than any other Southern State In so dong however Kentucky has not led the way The ultraSouthern and a conservative city of Charleston has already dosed a contract for the importation of a shipload of Belgian immigrants and n mid companyof NQrtlt Carolina has for some nths lied as its direct representa the in Austria Germany Tloumania and Hungary n former Commls sinner of Immigration who is en trusted wjth the responsIbilityof Helectngthe best classes of those who are appealed to by his repre fsentatlon of the advantages await hug them in North Carolina If Kentucky is to get a desirable class of immigrants the plan of the Paducah convention and of the North Caro Tina land company must be in the niain followed Dependence on the iance of securing desirable instru eifts through the persuasive elo uenee and safe judgment of agents fationed at Ellis Island to make plecftona from the horde of Immi rants who land there is a risky ay of jlolitg things AsongGA p u L Kentucky Is going In for foreign im- mIgration the plan which offers the largest promise of benefit Is that IIr having a safe representative in tlw country or countries from which the desired class of immigrants art to conn And also have something for them to do when they arrive ENGLAND DREADS GERMANY No wonder the Kiitflish drcd Ocr many They Bred her because the hnte her They hate her becausi ionium statesmen are not to he en joletl or intimidated by IEngland anl hfcniiHo ionium schools art scienci mind industrial ndvnncc have en nblcd lerinan people to push Euj laud aside in the markets of Europe std to Invade England itself with the productions of German skill Xo wonder lICnfIInh agent and their n- Iles in Ameriea the IngoSaxo- tribet are engaged assiduously in en deavoring to show American thin I lermany is the dangerous riva and presumptive enemy of the United States that the tiernini I Emperor time War Lord us they derisively call him hus imperialistic designs on South Anne lean territory notwithstanding the Monroe doctrine that our next wit will inevitably he with Germany un less we secure the assistance of Eng lands warships by n prearrange understanding or agreement Eng lands wish is father to whnt SIll wishes to accomplish with her incur dacity The German empire hnRI been built up to its present suprenu position in Europe by its careful dc velbpment of the industrial force of its people which has reached sue a stage that it leads Europe if notI the world Tho German ruler ami his people want pence to continue I that development but they HIV obliged to keep their striking wcap oils ready when England and Prate have patched up an alliance agree ment irish Antcricans and Ger manAmericans should fraternize against the Anglo Saxonizers Louisville Presbyterians like their brethren elsewhere are hopelessly divided TheyI have numerous beliefs and fallacies which a large ele ment would supplant with articles of agreement on reformed faith There is lint one living mind true faith that taught by the Catholic church Xot until they embrace this faith will our Presbyterian brethren be really and happily united Tn proof of this assertion we point ta their punt twitch has been one of turmoil and dissension and will continue until they learn the lessons taught in our little catechism which will bring to them pence of mind mind body The IHrmingham News is pleased to note that a number of the lendIng newspapers of the North are coming to recognize that what is known as the race problem is not confined to the South but that under similar provocations by the lawless and brutal elements of the negroes dent onstrations of prejudice race hatred or whatever you may call itnret fully as likely to burst forth in the North as in the South tad especially in Northern cities that do hot enjoy any more ade quate police protection that South ern cities Tlie Doiird of Safety1x to be tom mended for its order though soiut vliat tardy calling for the rcmova of obstruction from our sidewalks All through the summer months edestriniiH have been compelled to yalk in the streets often wading trough thud and water because of ionenforcement of the law The onditions that have existed for the past six months menaced life and iroporty and the wonder is that time city has not been compelled to pay icavy damages It C Crenshaw of Christian ounty the present assistant to Commissioner Vroelnnd is making in active canvass for time Demo rat lc nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics ind is being ably assisted by riioimiH Scully of this city Mr 7reushaw Is a man of experience tnd is well qualified for the position td which ho aspires The fact thot he will retain Tom Scally in his resent place should secure for him in overwhelming vote in this ely Snow fell hero Wednesday break up all previous records for Louis dlle sixteen days The sudden cold nap was keenly felt but this will mly make more welcome the pleas ant Indian summer now almott due To be a good talker one must firsttI earn how to be a good listener tDp WOMANS RIGHTS A right to tread so softly Beside the couch of palm To smooth with gentle fingers The tangled locks again To watch betide the dying In wee small hours of night And breathe a consecrating When the spirit takes its A right to cheer the weary prayerIIOn the battlefields of life To give the word of Amid the toils and strife To lilt the burdens gently From sore and tired hearts And never weary of the task Till gloomy care departs A right to be a woman In truest womans work If life should be a hard one No duties ever shirk A right to show to others How strong a woman grows When skies are dark and lowering And life bears not a rose A right to love one truly And be loved back agate A right to share his fortunes Through sunlight aud through rain A rigbt to be protected From lifes most cruel blights By manly love and courage Sure these are womans rights f 1 9wysSts9w Js w a9 9E i SOCIETY i isYw SGS Frank Phillips spent Sunday with friends nt Frankfort Miss May Goodwin spent ttime lek with relatives at Charlcstown Ind Miss Addie llupe has been visitin in Frankfort the guest of Mr uIIII Mrs M D Coyle John Mattlngly has returned fronti a visit to his brother llernard Mat inglyI at Lebanon Miss Margaret Rogers of Slielbj vllle watt the guest of Mrs Jess I Ticrney this week The Mihtses Wiitlien will leave the last of the month to visit1 Miss Alin I Burton ut Helena Ark Mrs Miles Dnnn has returned tll her home in Henderson after iII short visit with friends in this city Hon Joe TI ONeal anti family hay closed their summer hume nt IcvValley and returned to the city fur the winter Miss Mollie Mackic and her guest Miss Mnymc Delancy of Cincinnati visited Miss Mary Sheelmu at Ln grange this week Mrs William M Higgins has for her guest Miss Nellie McDonald of Syracuse X Ywho has come tll Louisville to live Miss Nannie Delnney who was the guest of her aunt Mrs Monii Mtickie 110 L street has returned to lice hume in Cincinnati Clyde Welch huts returned to IIIK home in New Albany from a visit to Canada and Niagara Falls where Iw spent several weeks sightseeing Mrs Mar Sullivan of Harrod Creek was here this week as the guest of lice brother Conductor Lynn Tan Arxdalc South Louisville Miss Abbie Chester of Haldcmni avenue left today for Lebanon where she will be time guest of Mlsi Gnlllo Hagan for time next two weeks Mrs William Gannon of Oakdalc is in Danville 111 where she wit upend several weeks ns the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Wugncr Henry Tierncy and wife of Par sons Kan were the guests of Miss Elizabeth Lauahan last week Mrs Tierney was formerly Miss NellltI Lanahan Mrs Patrick Dunne will give nI matiuec party this afternoon fol lowed by a luncheon nt Benedict in honor of the birthday of her son Francis Iun- uerTin many friends of Mrs Sum Plninp wife of Officer Plamp 200 Bank street arc rejoiced over hci recovery from an illness that for n tine wax quite serious Mr and Mrs William Higgins have returned from their beautiful place at Bardstown where they have been for several years mid will snake this city their future home fMr and Mrs Otto II Wnthcn who were married in Jeffersonvillc on August 4 the bride being Miss Fay fluffy have returned from their wedding trip which was spent in EuropeThe Chesrue Social Club recently organized gave its first dance Wed nesday niffht at Schrcibers Hall and scored a decided success The mem bers are popular young men of the West End- Charles Calmhan and wife of New Albany have returned home from a long trip through the Southern States While away they attended the big meeting of retul druggists meld at Atlanta Miss Ada Shields of Burdstown who has been visiting friends here was given a box party at the Rap kills guests Misses AdaShieldswere MnymoI S xton Merle Shields Annie Stone Mrs William Itaftery and Mrs Anna Grundy Miss Xellie McDonald well known and popular in Catholic society cir cles in Syracuse X Y arrived inI tots city last week to take charge of the toilet department in the New York store Tor years she was withII the McCarthy dry goods house theI largest in Central New York and her experience and charming person ality are certain to make her n vale table acquisition to the 15 few York store During time short tine Mien McDonald h las been hero she has made tinny friends I Owing fo the scrinu illness of the lothor of the brideeftct the mar u U fS e U riage of Miss Lily Iloltey and Charles Kciger was solemnized quietly at 8 oclock Monday evening at St Charles BorromeoH church the Her Charles P IJaffo officiating Only the immediate family attended The wedding was originally set for Tuesday October 10 Time groom holds a responsible position with the Louisville et Nuthvllle Railroad Com pany and is very popular MissI Volley is popular in n large circle in the West End The marriage of Edward T Keira and Miss Annie Benzinger was solemnized Tuesday morning at 0 oclock wjth a nuptial high nines at St Martins church Shelby and Graj streets Miss Norma Kejran state of the groom was the maid of anti August lleldclberger lono1II best man After the bride and groom were tendered in wedding breakfast and then left foi an extended Eastern honeymoon trip Upon their return they will bat home to their friends at loOt Story avenue The young couple have been prominent in East End Catholic circles and have a host or llrlort I Secretary Hibernians und for a number of years has held a good position with time Loiuavllle C Nashville lliiilroiii Company INTO NEW HOME The Ladies Auxiliary of the An cleat Order of Hibernians will hole their first meeting in their new hal at Seventeenth and Main street next Wednesday night which they will make the occasion of a house warming Miss Mary Sheridan the President requests that all member attend as there will be some import ant business to aransoct and an in teresting discussion of plans for iiv creasing the membership and a pro gramme for the winter series of sit cial meetings SOCIAL AND SUPPER Time women of St Peters parish are arranging for a big social with supper to continue for three nights beginning Monday October 22 ant promise a pleasing surprise for all who attend Wednesday night lint been set apart for the Knights of St John who tare expected to tUrn- out in full force These social sup pers have proven popular in the post and as the proceeds are for time church fund the ladles have hopes of making this affair the most successful yet given C M B A The Supreme Council of the Cath olio Mutual Benefit Association which operates mostly in tho East ern States convened Wednesday in Detroit in triennial session with about sixty delegates present Tin reports of Supreme President Hines of Buffalo and Supremo Recorder Cameron of Hornevllle N Y showed u membership of 58000 Din lug the past few years efforts to iiv trotluee this order in the Northwest ern States Ilai1r been quite sue cssful JF CHURCHES CROWDED All the local Catholic churches were thronged last Sunday in Celebration of the feast of the Holy Rosary The most elaborate observ ante however was at the Dominican church where the altars were adorned with choicest flowers mutt myriads of electris lights Three hundred little boys and toils curry ing flowers and banners formed un- Imposing procession at the solemn vespers in the afternoon TOOK NICE TRIP Detective John Sexton will be on duty next week utter a vacation and rest of ten days spent with a party of friends at Lexington Detective Sexton has been on duty all the summer and did excellent work anti his absence from the force comes at an opportune time just before the beginning of winter Crooks anti thieves know hint to be brave and fearless and will not venture in any locality where he is on duty CONFIRMED The report that Father William G Murphy of New York Vice Rector of the American College in nome had been appointed a private cham berlain to tho Pope has been con firmed The appointment carriesI with it the title of Monsignor For years Father Murphey labored in the New York diocese and was noted for his piety and learning TEN DAYS OFF Patrolman Dave Burke after a year of faithful service has beenI granted n ten days vacation Dave is one of the best natured as well as most vigilant men connected with the local police department std there is no doubt but that he will enjoy his deserved rest SOCIETY RESUME VISITS Mrs Thomas Kelly will be hostess to the Surprise Euchre Club next I luesday at her home Twentysecond mid Duncan streets This club isI made up of many of the best people in the West land and its social af fairs have proven most enjoyable Henceforth regular visits will bo untie the same as during the pasty season GOOD COUOH CURE Honey anti flaxseed sugar and lemons combine to form one of the most delicious homemade medicines The very mention of the ingredients Rounds good and it is as healing as It is pleasant to take It is a good I old fashioned cough cure Cover two ounces of flaxseed with a quart of trailing water add a quarter of a pound of sugar a pint of strained money and the juice of three lemons This may tic taken freely in cases of uold or grip untU the cough is re loved It is one of the best cough medicines known 9 q r 4 MACKIN COUNCil fAll fSTIYA Week Commencing Monday Night Oct 22 to 27 ILLUSRATED LECTURE ON IRELAND Opening night and an attractive programme each succeeding night Come and spend a pleasant evening KNIGHTS I OF COLUMBUSI I Late News That Will Interest I Members Here and ElseII where i The new building to be erected b two IMttsburg councils will COllt Ithe emphIR Council Intends to bavi nn Initiation on time first Sunday ln1 November the class to helimited 1to fifty The insurance feature to time es tent of 1001 for each member hllll been extended to Tennessee and ull who desire can now obtain the sang Ithode Island Knights will have u nlIIon Sunday Kvorywhen councils mire making preparations for the event which will bring thou sands to the city IMttsburi KnihtK will comment orate the discovery of America b Christopher Columbus with a hat qiiit tonight nt the Hotel Sehcnley at which Hinhop Canovin and Sv prctne Knight Ilea n will be union the speakers An example of progress in K of C work is furnlsned by the council lit Halifax X S Organized lust Mare with thirtythree charter members they have just purchased handsomi four story building worth ocr 53000 In this rear is a beautifu lawn with a large stable which will be used by the mounted troop to be organized in the near future Tin Knights of Columbus building of Hal ifax will be one of time finest of Itll kind In America The Knights of the Boroughs e of Manhattan Klchniond sad tho Bronx comprising fiftytwo councils and representing u inembershi of more than 15000 celebrated Fri day evening at Carnegie Hall the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus Addresses were made b former Senator Albert T Heverldgt Prof J C Mouoghan of the Department of Commerce anti Labor am Henry W Herbert Chairman of Xew York Chapter Time musical pro gramme was under the direction of Valentine Abt and the orchestra conducted by SIgnor Carlo Konchi HINTS ON STYLE French women are returning tto black patent leather shoes am black silk stockings White Swiss makes charming negligees It does not muss like or gandle and is easily tubbed Iliad embroidery Is a mania In Paris and is used In greater profu sion than ever before Spangled tulle gowns are nlwnyi stylisht and becoming and were note more fashionable than at present Feminine attention is at presen focused chiefly upon the street at tire either in the form of coat and skirt costumes or of practical bodice and skirt frock to be worn made separate coats If the hint prophets of Paris lire to be believed the winter fad wit be the all black hat They say this fashion will extend to the everyday toque as well us to the sweeping picture hat nodding uecomhigly wIth feathers Coats for little girls this season are long enough to conceal the dress worn beneath and for general wear rough materials such as bearskin astrachan curaciilc or sdbellne cloth oro preferred For dressy coats plush velvet kersey or broadcloth are in fashion Tho all black hat which has car vied Paris bystorm already has made its appearance in America tau those who follow the style closely have sought the dyers with thelt finest ostrich plumes which stand dyeing better than anythingelse frillperythe new black it stnds cut against the fluffy mojine In a way that gives ns much effect as could be secured by the use of color NICE GIFT Mackin Council was the recipient of u nice gift this week The con tract for graining and varnishing the parlors had been awarded to John Keep and his son two well known painters and decorators When the bill was opened to be read Tuesday night it was found to be receipted Time members of Maekin Council ap preciate the generosity of the Mesrs Keep and will make suitable acknowledgment next Tuesday BURNS WERE PAINFUL Christ Baum employed at thin plant of the Drummond Manufactur ing Company fell wlllle nt work Inst Saturday and was painfully burned about the face anti hamls He was removed to his home rind given prompt attention His friends were nlarmend at first and are glad that he is again nble to be out STATUE UP LIBtUTy Time Colossus of Rhodes probably never brought any returns in cash to the city but its tradition will last when everything else Khodesian is entirely lost from history So with this Statue of Liberty It gives a welcome to every stranger who comes to America to seek his fortune in a country which has been tho friend of the oppressed for centuries It is hailed with joy by every Ameri can who catches a glimpse of it as he returns from n sojourn in Europe Its meaning is more apparent after a short absence from America than perhaps it wns before such an ex perience It is ono of time few things which we have which is not corn mercialized 1 0001r- t U r t906 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE row SWAGAR SHERLEYDEMOCRATIC NOMINEE F- ORCONGRESSIFifth Districto 0 irf HOTEL HOEMERf- I i 15 and 17 HENRY West Twelfth G HOEMER St PropricforIII I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati l venience and comfort to be found in a modern and j hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel uptodateIIFIRSTCLASS CAFE IN J S 3 Sx3x S 4 4 S 3 3 3 ENDS SPENCER President and Expert Accountant tMAIN UnhnNitleMlBuk CollegewuisVuEKr YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Co 30h W MAR7IlT STREJEJT tCAULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee RIP VAN WINKLE Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee MAN ANU SUPER- 1IANHOPlilNSWeek Beginning Sunday Oct 7 IIIOH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY MR HENRY LEEPresenting speaking likenestcs of great men put end present Caron Herbert greatest comedy acrobats Avon Comedy Four comedy singing and dan cing nines Remington The Manicure Girl Ilenning Lewis and Heunings in a mil sisal comedy Mixed Drinks Austin Walsh and his novelty Sights Seeing Sights Master Staler unique juvenile artist Kinodrome The Holiday and other new pictures PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Deal Seat In Housi 25 emit BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 14 EDMOND HAYES In comedyin A WISE GUY Written by George M Cohan and Adele Palmer in connection with Jolly Girls New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPEN FORTHE WINTER SEASON Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises C THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Founts Avenue 261 W Je6lrso n 51 Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I All tbe new Winter styles and shapes can he found here at reasonable prices MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNH COUNTER OPEN D vy AND NIGHT 5041x Jet erson Street one E VENT n Ic r 7 Educates Young People F JFor Business Good Employment find Success J CAU on witrrc ron FVU mroniiATiOM I Credit in DONT WAIT r but come at once and see the largest selection offFURMTUREof Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled la TORIC LENSESMo- unted 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 Optician Third and Cheifnut Streets Bole manufacturer of the KRYPTON INVIPI- B1K BIFOCAL for Kentucky y t t t t t Cumb Phone M380 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OF a PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST U I I I I I I I KATIE AGNES SMITH M Independent of all UndertakersI i LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240fl Pnvnc at live your boys preparethem ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky ctualltSclentUieHqwppedO1BdI Ii- G J r l qeri t Joe IONTUOKY 1IiISH A1tIERIOANf STRAIGHT CREEK COAL II- JJ Burns better makes less ash and more beat per pound than any other bituminous coal 100 Bushels 1400 I J fJISCANLON COAL COIncorporated NinthI and Kentucky Fist and P LOTS FOR SALE FOUR IN HAZEIAVOOI 25x195 feet for 135 eachcash 2 lots 38 x200 feet 300 each 3 lots 33 x110 feet 200 each 3 lots 50x88 feet 200 each Also 94 feet running to point near Beechmont 300 ADDRESS L J SMITH 2019 FIFTH ST a HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER B3S EHST 2imiN STREETWith 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 14 1 J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 303 i TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETEbertH Ill 1111 III III 111111111 I I 1 III III II 1111111 I III Hf H + + + + MM tiif-D H t t t t t+ J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night h 1231 WEST MARKET STREET J4 t t t t t Gran W Smiths Son ALSMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I H OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8TO6 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons lor the least monyIOur Dentistry Will Please YOU We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co PETER M ANDRIOT SONS t t WAGONN MANUFACTURERSS Carriage Reparlng and Rubber TIres 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HNRY AIJJ PULSI DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK QUARANTEE- DPYoe oo1l 52iFifth Street I Ii a I n PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonvHle Ind own and manage a private hnspltal 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 MOTHhR MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeffmonvlHe lad I Its simply a mr ir of intelligence if youre a wise one you will detect on first trial that our Diamond Wall Plaster is the most perfect of all good kinds Why experiment with inferior quality Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky 1 Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 55 ALBERT TI1 1 SCHRNZ 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE i In All Its Branches Cumb Phone Xas MONEY TO LOAN IV V 0n U n c NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB i Autumn 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 OAFES HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral News Notes Divisions 2 and 7 of Utica opened their fall social season lust week withII joint entertainment and smokerDenny Coleman visited Division 4 this week and invited the members- to the social session to be held Oe+ ober 5 The Ladies Auxiliary will have n house warming Wednesday night in their new quarters at Seventeenth and Main State President Dorsey continues his visits Division 4 of Syracuse arranged for a great meeting to greet him last night Division 3 meets Monday night and then takes a rest for three weeks to arrange for its social session on October 5 Arrangements should be soon made for n general initiation There are many candidates awaiting this event which has been too long de layed Division 4 will visit Mackln Coun cils fall festival in a body on Thurs tiny October 25 This was decided upon at the meeting held Vcdnesdny nightCounty President Murphy requests Financial Secretaries to have their quarterly reports ready for the next meeting of the County Board which takes place on Thursday October 25 Division 1 will probably give an entertainment during the holiday season Others might well follow their example and then nil unite for a big St Patricks day celebration The men of Division 4 have gone to work to increase their member ship and nt the next meeting will applicationsTheylead There will be an Interesting meet ing of Division 2 next Friday night President Ford expects a number of applications and steps will be taken looking toward the initiation of an other big class The annual elections will take place in December when the officers chosen will constitute a new County Hoard It is expected that some re nccompllHheddlrlng year Hishop Donahue of Wheeling W Va was present at time recent State convention of the order which was held in the Carroll Club in his cpis copal city He delivered an eloquent address on the mission of the Irish race and maintained that the chief part of that mission was to spread the Catholic faith and to preserve RupernaturalllIHhop that he hoped the A O H would es tablish branches in every county of the State He declared that he lead been a Hibernian for thirty years and wished ever to remain a member A pleasing feature of the exercises at the opening of the handsome new G A H hall in the Court House at Minneapolis was the presentation to the Grand Army of a handsome me morial painting of Gen Pull Kear portrait 150 The presentation address was made by M C Brady with remarks In similar vein by County President J J Fitzgerald The response of ac ceptance on the part of Bryant Post was made feelingly by one of the members who took occasion to be stow nencrous praise oh the fighting qualities of the Irish soldiers of the civil war from personal observation He spoke of Gen Kearney as a man of unexcelled bravery and one who had he lived would have reached time very front rank among the worlds great military leaders CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 14 C K of A at its lust meeting initiated a new member in the person of Miss Annie Walsh a verj popular young Judy in Irish American circles President Kerberg presided at the Initiation assisted by Bro Hammcl and performed the ceremony in very graceful style The branch lately lost two of its oldest members in Put King and Edward Kilkenny but it Is actively looking out for new members and trusts as Miss Walsh has made the beginning main more will apply for admission to the order before long The public is beginning to realize the fnct that an order that has stood the sttrni of thirty years is indeed of vigorous growth and a society to be proud of and of late o great increase in membership is going on all over thei country CANFDHIM Col Mike FInegan was presented with a handsome blackthorn cane by several of his admiring friends last Tuesday at his place corner Ninth and Kentucky streets The cane was brought from Ireland by elIIverellj Tnose present were Messrs W O Bender Jr Kilkelly G T Rider Joseph P reOhm William Stand i ford E J Wolfe and Pat arid Tom Finegan r Specials Today in th- eSHOE DepartmentI IILadies 11Misses I Boys 250 Shoes I 235 I 1451 195 I IfindI LouisvilleLEvYs THIRD AND MARKET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nlghlCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST AMUSEMENTS Next week at the Masonic the at layillsby David Higgins who assumes tins Jqadinp role This play has been very successful throughout the coun try and promises to bo a hit here Thomas Jefferson will be seen at Maenuleys the first half of the coming week in the famous charac ter of Hip Van Winkle The last three nights Robert Lorraine will be seen in George Bernard Shaws drama Man and Superman which has been well received in the princi pal theaters of the large cities The lluckingham next week will present its best offering of the sea toplinercomedyinin connection with time Jolly Girls nggregations 1 olio that is uptodate In everyre spect The scenery and electrical ef fects surrounding the farce comedy are wonderfully beautiful Henry Lee famous as an imper sonator will be the star attraction next week at time Hopkins It has been several seasons since Lee was seen here and he IB said to have made many Important additions to his interesting act Others on the bill will bo Caron and Herbert the Avon Comedy Four Hines and Rem ington Hennings Lewis and Hen iilngs Austin Walsh and the kin odromc Time bill promises to be one of the strongest that has been pre seated by tho vaudeville house this season NOTABLE CHARGE The Federal court room and the adjacent lobbies at the Custom House were wellfilled when time fall termi of the United States Court for the Western district of Kentucky con vened Tuesday morning Discrimi nations against persons belonging to labor unions so fur as the unions are related to interstate commerce affairs were made the subject of a portion of Judge Walter Evans JudgeEvansthat such a question had been raised1 in Federal criminal practice and he cautioned the jury to be vigilant in its investigations of cases of allegedI violations of the interstate corn coerce law governing discriminations proceedingswillcorporations a well as the workingmen as mucl will depend thereon r Meeting EIGHTEEN IRELAND Record of the Host Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At Wntorford a wuinun by tin name of Mnry llnnlon was remanded on n charge of having caused the lentil of her child On Saturday the Most nov Dr Leighlnstudents of Cnrlow College A Killarney shopkeeper named Jeremiah IL OConnor died from injuries leaving been unstained by having been kicked by a horse The splendid nexv Catholic Hall at CarrlekmaeroHH was thrown open Tuesday The Lord llisleopof Clogher delivered the address A farmers wife named Mrs Murphy residing near Castlclsluiul received such serious injuries by n Clip sizing cqrt falling on her that she has succumbed The Limerick Corporation ins de cited to give license for a horse bus system the first of its kind in Limer ick between Ilalmacnrra Cross amid Athlunkard llridge A disastrous fire att Keugs Cross about midway between Ardee and Dunleer destroyed tine licensed premises of Mrs Patrick Iteilly Al the household effects were burned At a special court held at Cross muglen before Justice McConville u neat named Michael Woods charged with having seriously assaulted John huffy u Castlebhuiey peddler1 was remanded to the next petty ses sions llev Father llynii Clohcon Tip perary has effected a satisfactory arrangement for the restoration of some evicted tenants III connection with the sale of local estates und a public meeting which was announce to be held in the district has been postponed Patrick ODonohue described us an Aunt Sally nom was stabbed in the region of the heart in lolin street Limerick He was cnnveye to Harringtons hospital where he is detained under treatment Litter on a man mimed Thomas Hastings was arrested in connection with the assault and remanded in custody Seldom has there been witnessed in the constituency of South louth a larger more influential or miivi representative demonstration than them held at Ardee under the auspices of the United lush League Joseph Xanncttl Mayor of Dublin Joseph Nolan M P and Very Kev Canon Kogers delivered stirring ad dresses The committee of the well known Barrack street brass band at Water ford find it necessary after a lapse of ten years to again appeal to the public for funds to amid them to purr chase now instruments The band is much appreciated in the South of Ireland generally and it is hoped that the present opportunity will be availed of to give expression to that appreciationSunday an old mina named Thomas OHagan residing at Fang hurt about three smiles from Dun dalk was run down at New Inn by u motor ear sustaining a broken leg and other injuries The car belonged to J1 McCaul of Carrickmuurosi With the last fortnight of good weather the farmers have made rapid progress with their harvesting in many sections Oats and Lay are bountiful but the potato crop will be very much below the average About ten months ago tlxs tenants on the Castlefrench division of the Chiircher estate situated near Bal llnamore bridge County Galway air proachcd their landlord with a view to purchase The landlords through their agents declined to sell but nf tel some pressure agreed to do so at twenty years purchase With the assistance of Hev Father Oearty of Hallvgar a settlement satisfactory to all has been arrived at The estate will be purchased by the Estates Commissioners At the meeting of the Iloscommon District Council held recently refer ence was made to the condition of the Itoscomnion Abbey and Casle It was mentioned that the abbey 5itul been visited by antiquarians during the month and that the place was so overgrown with nettles and weeds that King OConnors grave could scarcely be discovered Time council was asked to have the castle the ap proach to which was impassible and time abbey which contained many monuments of antiquarian and his torical interest put in proper state of repair COAST GUARD There are 9000 burning lights and signals stretched along the American coast forming u perfect link so that the navigator never need be beyond sight of one of the beacons One thousand of these are located on the Atlantic coast 1500 are scattered along the rivers and inland waterways 500 on the great lakes and 200 on the Araudtotnlferent classes buoys beacons and danger signals 3000 are lighted gh nighttImethrow a beam of 100000 candlepower To maintain time lighthouse IsIIcomIpIetcnes8 a u u a a o I NtiNKftflRBRLW1MO6Obrewers LOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener f BREWED BY SENN ACKERM BREVING COliZPAI TS INOORYORATTELEPHONE 452Ii I PABSTBEFLiALWAYS I Brewed from carefully selected I and hopsnever permitted to lea e brewery until proprely agorL TELE1OHONE ro t0 Louisville urancn ourreentii and jeirerson sfts ICumb Phone Main 1913 11THEWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS ICelebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength aDd ucelLat fare Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville IKy JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN to BREWERY CREAM COMMON BE j 14001404 Story Avenue i Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY ASK r OR o- ADIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS WADE JOHN E l 21- i7isaWALT Re Clay=Street Brewery z 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY A HENRY HUNOLDDK- AIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION 0d Whiskies a Specialty j Home Phnae 4330 540 W WALNUT C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ GO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VI- AHENDERSON ROUTE To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Angelesand HOMESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 Colonist Rates to Cellforsln 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play a piano can play this one by ns 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 glad to furnish you with complete information in regard to the piano on request NTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO emse3o IrnUIrx AVENUE EWELRYrVe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display o- fSILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You BRUNN Jeweler1 530 West Market Street true Gfias fl Rogers BOOK GO I+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + SBGivefinest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES S I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434E Ttfir Jefferson Street g it P BANNON President HIH HHHlHIlIIIlIIHSIHIIIlII- THE I GENERAL EXCELLENCEw- hich Is remarked by all users of our NEW BLEND COFFEEIs becomingbelter known every 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FOURTH Ii 1OO 00 00I 0 Receives on of the Recent Debate Mackln Council continues its onward march mutt the officers arc greatly elated over the reports the will make when the year closet Tuesday night eleven new member were elected and twelve more appll cations received Should this Jutlo of Increase continue until Tanuar 1 President Kalcly will have the satis faction of bringing the membershl up to the largest of any council 1In the country There was a large attendant Tuesday night though the busines to be transacted was mostly routine John Smith was reported still con fined to Ids home on Portland avt flue but somewhat Improved Danii Cuniff was unable to be present and his address was postponed until net Tuesday night Louis Kieffer re ported everything progressing favoi ably for the full festival and nine interest in the contest for which many tickets are being sold The rending of u letter from rather Celestine of Notre Dam University congratulating Macki Council upon the otucome of the recent debate and declaring it thl most progressive and successful council In tin order evoked much applause Xext month arrangement will be made for another initiation when the exemplification will be 1n accord with the vituual approved ut the late Supreme Council at Indian apolis SELL GOOD COAL Everett Lanningand Joseph Dougherty Form New Firm Joseph Dougherty formerlyy of the Louisville Coal and Coku Con pony teal Everett Iaunlng for year with the ODonnell Coal Companv hun former a copartnership runt opened yards at Seventh and Mat nolia avenue llolh gentlemen nv well known In business and xociu circles and there is every reason to believe they will sueccd ii thcli venture They will ihandle ooh IMttsbmff coal for which they arc already heliiff crowded with orders The cold snap of the past wetlc hayR- l aused a run on all the cook yard of till city and those who IMVI hit placed orders should not ilelaj longer In some ucrlers there is a hellef that coal may be scarce thi winter for which we rue assure Iheie is no valid reason hut all fleulers say the best plan if to pluic orclTH nuts iniri tlurobf be on J titt d I1C WITH Tile SICK Hobert Hagan the well know plumber who has been ill at hll home 1720 West Madison stetto threatened with typhoid fever has undergone a decided change for th1 better and will soon be able to re urn to his business Charles Cavanaugh for years tic- the lir Catholic fraternal circles is eportcd seriously 111 at his hoar on Twelfth street Last spring he iiiffered an attack of malaria from which he has been unable to recover There Is no apparent chatige lit Ihe ondition of Frank llaincs of Dlvls on 1 A 0 II who has been con ined to his home for sevimil months and his friends fear he Is in 11 critical state PITTS BURO Wednesday October 24 has been fixed as the date of the opening oft Pauls Catncdral at PIttsburg JIls Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will preside the most reverend apostolic delegate and u number of arch tishops bishops abbots and other iginltarlcs are excepted Bishop tauerln still hopes that through the fforts of the committee and the eneroslty of Individuals the 25tOO needed to make the last payments on the building will be raised be fore that daptc and that the Cithe dral may be free from debt and con ecrftted at its opening ei p rC5Y IInI popular prices range as follows 29Sup to 1500 New Dress Skirts All the new plaited styles are shown in an immense variety of the popular mater ials all lengths also extra sizes 398 498 750 and 000 I I I JJONaSNMARKET STREET II 000 000 MACKIN COUNCIL Congratulations Outcome CATHEDRAL SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomss Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessiou 1714 Bair- dTreasurerGeorge J Butle- rSergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month- PresidentJohn A Murphy Vice presidentJoseph L Lcnihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary Emmet OSulll van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly Sergeant at ArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION i JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gieason VlcePresldentllIcbael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording SecretarYJ B Murphy- Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y J I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Janies L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella- SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW These subjects are taught by skilled SpeciA- lIsts each instructor being an expert In his line The student Is given personal Individual train- Ing by practical work from the start The ad vantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This In the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or add- resscLflMdVfM Expert Accountant GBt Fourth Avenue PRIEST FOR OFFICE For the first time In the history of Kansas a Catholic priest has been ominated foi officc The priest Is lev J W Gormley and he was nom tinted by the Democrats of Ander on county for the State Legislature IRISH LANGUAGE The Irish language has only eIgh- teen letters Sometimes each letters written separately and not joined together e chief difficulty In earning IrIsh is that there ore nu nerous abbreviations for words and ihrases The Irish language la non phonetic the words fcarely being a key to the correct pronunciation i n BROKEN FLANGE Causes Railroad Wreck and Injury of Engineer Dwyer A broken flange caused a bad wreck Momlo on the Illinois Central railroad and the serious Injur of Engineer Edward Dwyer A freight train from Central Cit bound for Louisville and due tthortl before noon left the track near Via Grove and believing that his engine was going to turn over Engines Dwyer jumped from the cat mis taming n fracture of the right hg and other painful injuries about tile head and body He was found sons time Inter by members of the train crew lying unconscious by the sid of till tracio injured man was at once brought to the city and the fracture sefaml is now resting cas at his home 1227 Seventeenth street but it will be some time before Ill will be out again The wreck de layed traffic for several hours Dwyer is a careful and reliable man CROWDS SEE RACES Second Week of Autumn Races Furnishes Fine Sport Tin second week of the autumn meeting of the Louisville Tockej Club has brought out good crowds despite the crisp weather and tin sport has been all that could bo desired Good fields close finishes and fast time marked each days racing and the patrons have beet well satisfied Todays feature will be the Fall City handicap which will bring out some of the best horses at Churchill Downs The meeting will routine another week and with fair weather prevailing there will doubtless be the largest attendance of the season Monday there will be a steeplechase over the short course that will bring out a number of jumpers Entries tot a free handicap to be run Tuesday will close today and for Thurs day and Saturday special purses will be hung up Manager Wlnn and Sec rotary Davis are feeling good over this meeting which means much for the breeders and owners of Wen tacky Judge Price and his asso elates have been alert and their rul ing have given the utmost satisfac tion GONE TO REST Though not altogether unexpected i the death of William Riley lust Saturday evening was a great shock to liis many friends and relatives The greater part of his life was spent in limerick where his good nature and sappy disposition made his a fa rorlte in all circles Deceased was stricken several months ago but bore his Illness with fortitude and ialmly awaited the end strength ned by the last rites of his holy re Igion For years he had been with the Louisville Nashville railroad and enjoyed the confidence and respect of his superiors and fellow workmen Besides his wife who vas Miss Maggie Coyne five small Children are left to mourn his un- tImely death The funeral took dace Monday morning from Holy fnmo church Rev Father OConnor officiating at the solemn tunas of requiem and preaching very feel nig sermon COMPLETE REPORTS Trinity Council held a short busies scission Monday evening previous to the social meeting and elected Edward Realty and Louis Kcmpff as lelegates to the Catholic Federation Hie resignation of bccond Vice Pres lent Ilobert Qoebcl was received and accepted and his successor will be elected next Monday evening A lull report of the trip around the world and the minstrel show given fhursday evening will also be heard at that meeting ana President Mar tin and the other officers desire a lull attendance on the part of the members We do all kinds of job printing Ue uva trial SALE R E XMATTRESSES H it Pat Sept I UIOS Oct 11 1004 t1J REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and will retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark Chas A Fisher Co This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface Constructed on scientific principles by improved method JAMES GREENE 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET t t t t I I I II t tIt t I t I I I t t ig 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 =B = BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA 1 WHISKYI I I IT IS ALWAYS PURE II- ntt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOL STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever hid and almost all of our stock is Home Man- ufactureGEHERSON 217 West Market Street FOL Uw THE CROVVD And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY I GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 8 3 444m m8 DR J T CHA WKS r Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Call d For sad Delivered BthphonM OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY J99 + t t t t t + I J II t t U + tI vans WINES AJX OILUlPAGIfEB1 1 345 West Green Street XJQTTOK8 CIGARS r- U a J h