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I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN==VOLUME XVIINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS HOLYNAMEJ- IMonsignor Sheppard Writes o the Great AntiProlaulty Society Principal Object to Place Clem- ToiiKiioH I In Honda of Men How the Idea of Holding the Animal Parade of Society a Originated GREAT OBJECT LESSON IN MORALITY r 4 Hie first annual parade of the Holy Name Societyof lltulsoiI county N 1 as a protest againstt Jprofanity was held October 2 1903 when ttVKHi invii marched in the line This year three parades were heldI Sunday October 7 In Jersey City ji500 were in line 12000 marched in Newark and 5000 in Patersoii- Mnnsignor John A Shoppard Vicar icncrnl of the Diocese of Newark writes an interesting article follow lug the llast parade in which he says The objects of the Holy Name So iety are to place clean tongues inl bells heads to do away with uurslng mill swearing to promote the ute of decent language and finally to ere ate respect for a mans oath Per- Jury in our courts has become too common so common indeed that little or nothing is thought about it A man will take an oath on entering H jury lOx to decide the case before the court up the law anti evidence when Ills decision has been bought before he ever enters the box or a witness will take an oath to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing hut the truth when he has no inten tion of living up to his oath It Iis our object to make the oath mean nil V unit it should mean The idea of holding an annual par ade of the Holy Name Society orig inated with a number of the younger clergy of Hudson Count X J annotated by the rectors of the different parishes tthroughout the diocese It hUll been the custom for some time in the different branches of the society to hold an annual par nile and meeting of the members ol the local organization but a little more than Ji year ago the idea of federating the societies of the dio ceso and instead of holding several1 small parades holding one large out suggested itself to a number of the local directors of the society and they came to me for advice on the subject I thought well of the scheme and consulted Bishop JbhnJ OConnor of South Orange in re gard to the proposition The llishop heartily approved of the plan and a federation of the societies immedi ately followed 1 hall the honor of being elected the first President of the federation mill lost no time in sending out a call to nil the brandies of the so ciety in the county to meet for the first parade of the federation on October 2 which day we had decided upon as Holy Name Society Day The vail was answered by delegations from every branch organization in the diocese aggregating 1300 men 1300 men supposed to be clean tongued themselves and willinglO do missionary work for the cause among their fellowmen This year because of till wonderful growth of the societies in the dloI cese to an aggregate membership of more than 40000 it was considered impossible to hold Out parade In one place so the scheme of holding three parades one in Jersey City one in Newark and one in Paterson was resorted to There were 13500 men in line in Jersey City 12000 in New ark nUll 5000 in Paterson There were 30500 men who hind pledged themselves not to use profanity and to regard the sane frlity of an oath 1 consider tills uric of tile greatest object lessons In morality that could be presented It also proves that men still haw re ligion The effect of the movement lots been very encouraging While it has been impossible of course to keep close watch general observa lion has shown beyond a doubt thlltI the members of the society have as a body been faithful to their pledges In this city the Holy Name Society of St Louis Hertrands church has for several years been recognized as one of the larcest and most powerful of Catholic organizations and it is Iourc constantly doing a wonderful l amount of goodIMISSION NFXT WEEK Beginning tomorrow morning with a high mass at 10 oclock Fathers Alexander and Charles two of the most able anti elotpient l1l1pltora If tors in the Passlonlst order will open a mission for men and women nt Holy Cross church on West Broad way that will continue dully through out the week and close on the fol lowing Sunday The exercises In the morning and evening will be of the usual order and as this Is the first mission held at Holy Cross for some time past Rev Father Sheridan ex pects a large attendance of people t from his own and adjoining parishes PLAIN IRISU Sir Thomas Upton visited Milwau kee last week and was wined ana dned and effused with entertainment Toastmaster Vllas and otherri called him un Englishman anti Euglish 0 U D 0 American but at the Soldiers Horn Sir Thomas corrected Gov Wheeler and said I am an Irishman There is nothing English about Lipton In speech or appearance He is a tall stoopshouldered strongly built man with a ruddy weatherbeaten coun tennnce thin gray hair a pair of shrewd deep set eyes and a smile that wont come off Ire has a rather rich brogue soft as a whole but with the Scotch hardness of the far down in spots Sir Thomas is not an AngloSaxon Ills parents were born at Clo nell County Monaghan Ireland and he was born in alas gow He is plain Irish and proud of it All of his cun challenging yachts have been named Shamrock CARDINAL FOR AMERICA Reported Archbishop Parley May Be Raised to That Dignity The New York Tribune of Tuesday says that private ailvices received in that city tenth to connrm the report current in ecclesiastical circles for some weeks past that the matter of another Cardinulate for the United States hilts been definitely settled and that Archblsnop Parley will be raised to that dignity at the coming December Consistory along with Mgr 1111 urill the Archbishop of Westminster a herman prelate and possibly a Spanish prelate While there is nothing really au thentic in the foregoing such action upon till part of Pius X and the next Consistory would occasion little surprise in the United States Of late there hunt been many reports and surmises regarding the appoint ment of another Cardinal flit names most mentioned being Archbishop Ireland of St Paul Archbishop llyan of Philadelphia and Arch bishop Parley lImit they turned out to have no foundation in fact There that another Cardi is no doubt hilt 11111 will Le created and one fit for the place is the Most Rev John T Glennon the brilliant young Archbishop of St Louis CONSECRATED PIHsburas Magnificent New Cathedral With Impress- Ive Ceremonies rile magnificent new 2000000 Catholic Cathedral at 1ittsburg was dedicated and consecrated on Wed nesday in the presence of Papal Delegate Faleonio Cardinal Gibbons and a large gathering of Archbishops Bishops and priests with the most impressive ceremonies ever witnessed in Pennsylvania The Cathedral has been completed for several months but Bishop Canevln refused to allow it to be opened until the debt was lifted It is the finest Cathedral in the United States with the excep tion of St Patrick H in New York The new Cathedral is known us St Pauls A large part of the money to pay for it was obtained by the sale of the old Cathedral site in the bust ness heart of the city to II C Frick the steel magnate for 1000000 Tne exterior of St Pauls shows a Gothic structure of sweeping lines capped by tall twin towers The style of the architecture is what may be desig nated as a pure example of the Ira ditional or scholastic Gothic of the fourteenth century the full flower of the decorated Gothic as it is technically cullcM The structure exI ternally is of stone from base I course to the summit of each spire The front presents an imposing facade extending on Filth avenue Tor a width of 120 feet over both towers the main front gable rising to 120II feet and each tower spire to 250I feet The doorway is in three parts surmounted by moulded anti carved arches and lofty pediments adorned with statues time central pediment fortyfeetlossal statue of St Paul The inte nor is In kcceplng with the mag nificence of the exteriorii OCONNOR DEPARTS i A reception was given T P OCon nor ana his associate members of Parliament from Ireland Edward Ji lilake Thomas J Kettle anti Richard lluzleton at Carnegie halt last SunhJ h lIly night by the United Irish League of Xew York City Supreme Court Justice Martin C Keough was Chairman of the meeting and seated with the visiting members of Parlia I ment were Michael J Ryan Presi dent of the United Irish League of i Philadelphia Mgr Lavelle and Col Duffy and other officers of the Sixty ninth regiment OConnor has sailed for home limit Messrs Kettle and Ilazleton will remain nere for sev 1 eral weeks The great hall was Il thronged with people and resolutions I Indorsing John Redmond and11le Irish Parliamentary party wereIIl adopted without a II1ssell1lngoote I DASTARDLY ASSAULT I Miss Kate Doyle residing with her father at 1911 Floyd street was the victim of a dastardly ussault by an unknown negro Tuesday night Miss I Doyle and the other members of the j family had been away from home during the tIny returning about 0 oclock When the young lady wentI Into the yard to bring some flowers into the house she was grasped by n negro from whom she broke away and escaped Into the house but notII before hhe had been hit twice The brute inflicted painful injuries with an instrument with a blunt edge and her physician says she will be confined to her home or some time I iL o- C u 4 u I iF JAMES B McfiREARY Dmoratic Candidate for Re ijlectloq to the United States Senate v ooooooxxooQo 44xccxxccxxxoooo A 1 GERMANY Will Got Two Additional Cardinals and France Lose Three Announced That Appointments Will Bo Made nt December Consistory Holy Father Opposing Opening- of Public Hoimes in Home CARDINAL RICHARD IS VERY ILL Ilonu dispatches of the last week say it is now officially announced that besides the Archbishop of West minster two German prelates will be promoted to the Sacred College at the Consistory of December They are the Archbishop of echlin Mgr Mercier anti the Bishop of Thier Mgr Korm Tin nomination of two additional German Cardinals will not cause the promotion of the French prelates however as notwithstand ing the recent lentil of three French Cardinals the Vatican authorities arc determined not to promote any pre late of French nationality to the Sa cred College until an agreement shall have been entered into with the French officials regarding the modality of separation between Church and State- Information has just reached the Vatican from Paris that Cardinal Richard the Archbishop of that city Is very ill lie is now over eighty years old and as the present situa tion of the church in France hits greatly worried him grave fears are entertained at the Vatican that he may not survive tho attack Pius X is in daily communication by long distance telephone with the Arch bishops Palace in Paris and kee s informed of the condition of trIO Cardinal which up to the lpresent does not give any reason for despair However the Cardinals succession to the archdiocese Was provided for some months ago at the request of the Cardinal himself through the appointment of Mgr Amette as Coadjutor Hishop with the right of sic cession Another Cardinal who is very ill in Rone is Cardinal Trlpepi and his medical attendants declare that the prelate will not survive the present attack This cardinal is the heaviest member of the Sacred College turn- Ing the scales at nearly 300 pounds Plus X has just come out strongly against the public houses established in the Eternal City owing to tIme fact that many crimes have recently been committed by the Mala Vital an organization bearing much similarity with the Mafia anti the Black Hand as know in the United States Speaking a few days ago with n prelate who because of his pastoral position conies daily in contact with the lowest classes of population In Rome Pius X was informed that the many murders which recently stained the reputation of the city were principally caused by the large number of public houses which were allowed to thrive in every quarter of this capital Pius X suggested that the best way to abolish the evil would be found if the parish priests of Rome took a concerted aclion and strongly objected to the police I I II 0 f 1 if officials whenevernew public house came to bo established in theid parishes The Pope also said that the priests of the Homan parishes could also exert some pressure on the owners of the property in their districts nn1 advise them to refuse to rent any locality for such a purpose as a pub He resort WORTHY APPEALI Great Loss Sustained by St Boniface Church at Jellicoj The Rev Father Paul Meyer O S B pastor of St Boniface church at Telllco Tenn has issued an ap peal for aid that is deserving of i recognition When the little town of Jellico situated partly in this State and partly in Tennessee was almost ruined by the explosion of a car load of dynamite with a loss life limb and shelter anti l otII the whole community into and misery tho little Catholic con gregation of St Boniface suffered great damage to both church and parish house which barely escaped total demolition All the windows are gone the plastering broken loose flues and chimneys destroyed the roof made useless and even raft ers and joists broken in two not to speak of injured furniture ant ruined church articles Father Meyer says something must be done at once to reestablish the house of God and fix an ittbitablo corner in the priests house As winter is impending tne work ought to commence at once hut there is no money to pay for it The congrega tion is poor and small and can not be depended uuon and he therefore turns hopefully to the more fortu t nate asking in the name of the lov ing heart of Jesus for a gift to allay the misery of the situation Those who can cio so should send their do nations direct to Father Meyer at Jellico Ten- nFESTIVAL A aCCESS Large Crowds Visited Mackin Council Nljjhtly Club Housell Mackin Councils fall festival has proven a decided success Every night this week throngs have visited the club house and were well entertained The oooths and decorations were exceedingly pretty and at each there was a corps of lady attendants whose gracious affability kept the young men lingering till their pocket books were nearly empty Monday nights lecture an views of Ireland were enjoyed by a large and appre programmesforreceived There was a great out pouring Thursday night alt of the largodelegationHtonight witn the announcement the winners in the piano contest ofIa grand distribution of prizes I great number of articles yet to be oisposed of and the committee will therefore make tonight one for bargain seekers If tnero are any young people who have not yet visited the festival they should do so this evening NEARLY READY The new Catholic church being erect c1 on West Market street is well under way and it now seems prob able that it will be ready for occu alley in time for the Christmas serv ices There are a large number of Catholics in Ito vicinity who are anx ious for its completionII u o z j WEARY Statesman Soldier antI Patriot tile Next Senator Prom Ii lItuclyII I j HUH Characteristics That Dis tintruixli Suns of the Emer aid isle 1 t j t tI l Recognized Everywhere as Man oi Good Mind and High Idealu WILL RECEIVE GREAT MAJORITY The ever green Emerald Isle has been notable through long centuries for its production of splendid men Both at home and elsewhere her soiisA 11trlotism11 head and heart that tend to form tfhlHt who through their ancestry hark j back to the old country as it is of those who have remained in Ireland 11Itt IrishAmerican finds pride in thosthought that in James B McCreary the old adage is found true that 2 blood will tell James n McCreary Kentuckys fa vorite son in now in his intellectual prime lIe evincedI early a sturdy patriotism When but a lad he mol untcercd his services to the Confod 1 yearsfoughtranks The war over he rcassumed l the practice of law JUH neighbors i saw in the courteous young soldier 2 lawyer a man of good mind and high ideals anti they sent him as their representative to tie Kentucky Leg slature Twice thereafter he was returned tho Repubcnns in his dis trict refusing to oppose him and on both occasions he was elected Speaker of fhe House Delng the first and last Kentuckian to receive thea honor of two consecutive terms asS Speaker By this time Senator McCrearys reputation as a clean h Christian gentleman in his private life anti an honorable incorruptible public servant was State wide andrhe was nominated by the Democrats as their candidate for Governor be Ing the youngest man ever shown that distinction Overwhelmingly l elected lie received the appellation of the Model Governor Ills term wasll narked by many reforms anti animj economical administration oraffairssHI anti he vacated office with tlrs rtfipect und trust of the entire coinim raonwealtlv McCrearys Christian attributes Iiis kindly and courteous ways hiSs splendid mental equipment his reputation for fidelity to the cause of the people and his temperate life were such as to not long allow him to remain a private citizen and he was nominated by his party for Conegress At Washington he was readily accepted as a conservative and safelmember and was not long in forgIl j lug to the front as a national figureTFour times thereafter he was nbusly named by his party anti reelected by the people of his district Ills service at Washington was varied anti notable and he was several times sent to foreign countries as a mem p ber of an especial committee Quit i F- i I lug this post lie again practiced mi at his home in Richmondl but ii nnever forgot his obligations and I spokforIn the dark and gloomy days of 1000 he was the united choice of 1m party for Campaign Chairman and it WItS to him more than to any other one factor that the present Gov ernor was elected In 1902 Senator McCreary WItS elected by a large ma jority to his present oiuce of United States Senator No man in all that historic chamber stands higher for un exemplary private and public life than Senator McCreary No breath of scandal has ever been whispered I against his name and throughout the Union he is recognized as a statesman of the old school unfa miliar with and intolerant of the present lay political machine utah its petty manipulators Without de tracting from the usefulness of any of Kentuckys past Senators It Iis within the truth to say that no one Ins accomplished more for his State than our present Senator IIn asking an endorsement of his course in the Senate McCreary is unking for the maintenance of a pre cedent that has never been violateia that of giving two terms faithful and useful public servant Senator McCreary is intimately ac quainted in every county of the State and his friends are absolutely confi dent of his reelection by the biggest majority ever accorded a candidate in Kentucky HATED LANDLORD Willlnm Scully Dead in London Responsible For Irish Land Act The death of William Scuhlyre vealed the fact that the house in Lon loll In which ho had lived in strict seclusion for many years was in his wifes name ne was in receipt ofr an annual income of 300000 in rentsI from his estate in Illinois and the early part of his liftS was passel amid exciting scenes caused by his exactions as a landlord ills ten antry In Ireland hated him bitterly and In 1858 their revolt led to theI socalled battle of Hally Cohey Scully led a lnrtYof policemen n11l1I bailiffs against the house of n tenant and was met by a fusilade of re volver shots The fire wits returned and when the battle was over twoI of the attacking party were dcntlI und Scully himself was seriously wounded The direct result of thisjj fierce fight was the introduction by Gladstone in 1870 of the first landIact Scully subsequently went I America and in Illinois owned 72000L acres of land His oppressive ntti ude toward Ills tenants aroused fIerce feeling and compelled his reiturn to London Each year his Amer can representatives sent him between 20000 and 300000 anti thisf sum regularly drained from theIState of Illinois excited strong criti cls1l1II MILLION DOLLARS f Archbishop Irelands Cathe t dral Will Be Masterpiece tt oP Architccturcfh fI Time work for tint foundation of- rchbishop Irelands new millionf ollar Cathedral which is to be erect l ed in St Paul is progressing rapidly aL As planned the edifice will be a mas terpiece of architecture The ground I 1mhiiiiGreek cross The only pillars that will be used will be to support tho oimie and as this rises from the in tt- eisectlomt tI of the nave and the trailII ept these will encircle the 1I1111ntt body of the auditorium within which 700 people can be seated The en tire seating capacity of the Cathedral will be 4000 TInt main feature offthe edifice will be the dome which j will be as large as that of St Pauls Cathedral in London being 120 iiifdiameter About the dome there will be twentyfour large windows which will be so arranged as to light the entire auditorium below The whole length of the building is to be 274 J feet and its width at time transept 14 feet The Interior height of therJ dome is 175 feet and the top of the cross on the outside wilt be 2SO feet above the street levelcFOU1 ALL PATALITY o While thousands were witnessing tr game of football lust Saturday at tar Park in Syracuse a section of the stand gave way precipitating hundreds to time ground and Injuringe many Among the latter was the Rev Christopher Donigan assistant of St Johns church on Lock street one of the most popular youngspriests in the Syracuse diocese ner Donigans spine was fractured t and despite nil that medical skill could do he died twentyfour hours later His remains Vcre taken to the onmu of his parents where funeral i were held Wednesday Not or a long time has a death caused more widespread sorrow in Central tl Xew xork OPENED WITH EUCHRE St Catherines Council Y M I ofo h New Haven opened Its social season h on Friday night of last week with a b- uchre party lor its members and Thursday night gave an oldfash dance that was greatly en rlrherl directed by Grand Secretary Dawson John Barry and the officers and aro appreciated by the young men andrwomen of the town who spend many reasant evenings In the club rooms lurIng the fail and winter months I i I U i i r COMPLEX Are the llnCR That Are Before the People in Coming Election Predictions Based on Condl tlons Existing in nInny StnfeH Apathy Muddles VhlskyBos8 lam Tangles and Broken Party Lines IN KENTUCKY THERE IS HARfflOHY Politics throughout the country lire at fever heat and in all the States except Kentucky the fight is quite bitter There has been a de cided change of sentiment during the past four years and the issues that have been introduced make the con tests rather complex While not predicting results the situation appears to favor the Democrats A more muddled condition than exists now lies not marked Pennsylvania poll ties since the civil Will was aiVlssm11 aqIIarrisltirghave forced Stuart Republican proclainthimselfaggressive inquiry and criminal pros ecutions If elected Emery the F i Won candidate has ennouncel platform Offices for honest ml prison stripes for grafters ivailability was unquestioned withStaxmdardrants lund hen issued for Ms rest The CIt wileehheflhtremmeeofilullatlelpliht eandldllteognlnstHnllluelRepublicantVhi hourThemeanthllenrosoflidthe ascendaof John Waumaxmmnlcer UII u cont1ic for the United States Senate Jhero is less interest campulgnthiamieverpllperllliTeJiork campaign than to the one thereBryanism ana Hearstism nhllghtpionnecticutgatheringiiyThecratcharge extruaahmee In ThlHlpublican twoearstillHepubllcansbothraimehiesLeglslatureWhile thofieldVi little doubtthat pnstwillticket ItlpubUcau DavidsonwhoI l I theightomiunopponlntonAylwurdplatfor11ll litthtimcontinuance byaregulationState10thorJginnlsponsors faInilanti JtvlJUUlluuIlfilire dlstlnetlthoHepuhllcnn thnttiltTVettfllctIon is at outswithi thei andmaylefeatNtlirnskaproposedOflstjttjtioimat provid1rporCommissionwith andIscriminationsregulatlCrelght withintheproposedhileiilflieflt hl1OoellltlllI nlmostentirclihotlilatfornmsabolitionoffellowservantult touching liability of employers inStallDemocratic a twocentpassenger rate professlonnlenforcementf lawflllfldlrlctprohablomorollllselrecentheetioxis intheThetatemaking any State campaign but is dlsIrletH withthlcounty makIng counties which were lost in 1901 farheyears even more listless than in 1892 In StatuheadCuarters speakeIMhilstime State ticket have been allowed to tako their own courses and are generally followed the countyIfairs The State ticket is time short est in the history In the State the Legislature in adopting biennial cutting out the annual elec yearTheConducted almost without an issue The Republican nominee for Goer or is not a strontr man personally and the way in which ho was noiiifl icONTlNUBD ON SECOND PAGB 9 I NTtJCl IXfISIl A RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGftN e 11111NIIINILINLIN fetoted to Ute Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS WUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Louisville Postofflco as ecoud Class MatterEntered at the Aldtuiall Confflnnlcallonstothfe KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN326 Weilli Oreea Strttt UNION TRADES COUNCILLA9El out LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1906 HALLOWEEN Next Wednesday night will be Hnl loween a night very dear to people or the Celtic race It Is given to sport iin part and yet bysome it is hcM Breainl weighted by possibilities of great im portance to them The night willl be celebrated in many homes in this city The celebration of the night seems to increase in Louisville unit Is not now confined to Catholics or Celts but is enjoyed by all young people JUDGE HAQER Of the two Democratic aspirants for the Democratic nomination forI Governor Judge Samuel W linger seems certain To win Jly honoring Judge Hager the Democrats will honor themselves as he is a square straightforward man with a record that shows ability and integritycof the highest 01111111 is quite n tribute to the good record of duty Hager that a number of aspirants refused to oppose him for the none nation Judge linger is a Democrat but he has been so fair anti impartial conducting the office lie liar held t both parties have been well sated and a large number of Uepub ms will cast their votes for him iin I Qubcrnatlonal election His du f too Lure been well performed iJ the people of the State ore the gainers thereby LIFT THE DEBT Very Her Father Deppen makes a timely and wise suggestion to the readers of the llecord in connection tth the coming bazar for the Sis pI the Good Shepherd Let tIC VCatholics of Louisville he says put their shoulders to the wheel and lift the Inmlcnshne debt resting upon the good Sisters of that sacred his torical House of the Good Shepherd That unprentioiiB convent on Itight street is the mule of the now vastly frown and widely extended Order of the Good Shepherd in the United states Its hardworking unseen Sisters deserve this their silent far reaching and telling works for tIle good of church and city merit this They and their convent and their schools attached to it Lao been a blessing to Louisville for fully sixty years Let our citizens then next month when the Sisters bazar opens do among other things their Christmas shopping at Lelderkranz Hall POPULAR CANDIDATE Icon Swagar Sherley is without doubt the popular candidate for Congress in this district ire is now attending various meetings and making speeches that count with the people Mr Sherley is able and honest and VJs addresses have the right rhijr showing that he is just the man to fill the place He was born in this tty and since manhood has bsen identified with every movement that would make a larger aivl better Louisville His Services in Congress have been invaluable and it was to his efforts alone that the Murninc Hospital was continued here Cot pressman Sherley wields a wide inI fluence in the House of Unpnjsenta tires anti to make a change at this time would be the height of folly When the bill for the erection of u monument to Commodore Jack Harry was before the Ilmus 7 lr Sherley worked and voted for its passage anti In gratitude for hH jus acU0n lie will receive the hearty support of the IrishAmcrioiin voters As the next IIouse of HcjncHciitnives may bo Democratic the return of Mr fiherley would mean much for this city r f VOTE FOR BOND ISSUE The movement for the improve anent of the sewerage system of Lonlsvlllo should have the hearty support of small property owners hnuihb working classes ns they are certain to be the greatest beneficia rice As the city grows the neces city fur better sanitary conditions Increases Vote for the bonds and build the sewers now and thus se cure healthful surroundings The longer they are delayed the snore dangerousVbccomes toe situation and the spore our citizens will have to pray lot them Voters should think of the welfare of their families and Vdfc for sewer bonds when they go ito cast their ballots on November feraember that one life Is worth tiara than the entire expense ofHhej iewcru and that if they are not con trucfcSd Oil there may be an epi iemfc of malaria and other illness that will cost dourly Vote for the newer bonds I insure till h health of our people give employment t to thousands of laboring men and bring to Louisville hundreds of new iin dustries According to the late press dill patches those American girls who married European titles during the past few years are now beginning 1 to reap the results of their disregard for the sturdy young men of their native country The Caldwell Gould Vaiiderbilt and Zimmerman girls are nil seeking separation from ther husbands who cared only for their money There is not an honest workingman on this side of the big pond wild would not have mode them a beter protector than the debt burdened fools to whom these foolish women linked themselves or 0in empty title If people will bury their preju dices on this matter the sewer bonds they wont buryso ninny of their children The foregoing is the significant nttteranco of Peter Tee Athertou one of Louisvilles heaviest taxpayers and fathers should keep it in mind rind vote for new sewers on election tiny 1ress dispatches the first of the week reported the Pope in n serious condition hat later it was stated that the Lend of the church had im proved and was able to receive the English pilgrimage Thursday morn bag Kdward lames Saunderson Union ist member of Parliament for Arm agh North who kilns been critically ill of pneumonia at Castle Saunderson tiled last Sunday He was fiftynine years old This year the feast of All Saints will fall on Thursday the Immac ulate Conception on Saturday Christ nuts on Tuesday mill New Years I also min Tuesday JUDGE KIRBY Renders n Decision of Much Importance to Organized Labor Last Saturday at the Jointt session of the Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Samuel 15 Kirby rendered a decision that will be of much importance to organized labor in which he pointed out the constitutional rights of laborers in strikes and boycotts Uhe case was that of the Pfaf finger Packing Company for tin injunction against the Uutchers UIIIOIiwhich was refused in a lengthy opinion which says in part One of the first rights of every person in this country guaranteed to him by the Federal constitution is the right to control Juts own labor and a laborer nay with or without reason decline to work for anyone or with anyone ouch the damage which such persons may sustain from this refusal is immaterial If one laborer enjoys this right he does not lose it when acting with others hence It follows that a strike that is the simultaneous desisting from work of a bodyof workmen is not per se unlawful Another absolute right which every individual may en joy is his power of persuasion pro vided the appeal be not diverted to the accomplishment of an unlawful purpose It is therefore not unlaw ful nor actionable for workmen or laborers to persuade other employes to leave the service of this employer or to dissuade other workmen from seeking employment from him The third right of the laborer is to re fuse to trade with any person abso itchy or contingently The admis sion of this right in conjunction with the other two settles the right of a labor union to use against an un leldingemployer the means of Inflicting injury which from its deriva tion is termed boycott This is tho refusal of the numbers of the union to have any dealings with the em ployer or with any person who deals with him So long as strikers em perSNromexcept persuasion and the with drawal of their own patronage from such persons there Is nothing ille gal or criminal in this action LOSE BY DEATH 6 St Johns IJenefit Society of St Vincent do Pauls church has suf red a great loss by the death of Thomas Carpenter and Charles Moore two of its best known members and Mrs Strubel Mr car penter und Mrs Strubel were among the founders of the society Mr Moore was a young mar of sterling qualities and leaves a wife and in fant child to mourn his demise At the regular meeting the death claims of tIle three were allowed This is one qf our Catholic societies that is doing and has been the HPlendlc1torle much relief front U n to 9 6 iwwl tww4w w1 fhw w9fi U t Mrs 11 S Weaver of Oakdale has been in Frankfort visiting Mrs Hugh Tobin Mrs H D Hodman who was here visiting relatives has returned to her home in Dardstown Miss Kathcrlne ICobertson has been in J lIst St Louis for n week as tilt guest of her sister Mrs Nannie McKcnna antIIIOU Samuel left Saturday last to visit friends nt Floyd Knob Ind Mrs Joseph Kakin who was here for n week visiting relatives left Monday for her homo in New York Miss Jessie McCaullffe of South Louisville is home from a pleasant visit to relatives nt Georgetown Ind Miss Rita Mannion who has been ill at her home on Eighteenth street is reported on the way to speedy re covery Nevil B White n well known resi dent of Frankfort spent several days here visiting Oscar Willis and other I friends and was n welcome caller nt the Kentucky Irish American office Kdinund last timid bride who was Miss Irene llerle will return next week from their honeymoon spent In the East anti will make their home with the brides parents ut 4J39 East Market street Mr and Mrs John T Oetken 1324 East Oak street New Albany had as their guests this week Mr and Mrs J 1 McAvoyof Chicago Mrs MeAvoy was formerly Miss Delia Olirieii of New Albany Samuel P Joyce and Miss Ida Clarke well known young people were married Tuesday at St Louis Uertrands church mutiny of their friends being present to witness tIlt ceremony and tender eougratula tlons Tuesday was a busy tiny for Cupid Among those who joined their lives In the holy bonds of matrimony were Alvin Landsrath and Kllzabeth Ilig gluts John W Cunningham and Mar garet Casey and Joint II Itichard and Mary Crilley Will Daly representing the Uobin sonNorton Dry Goods Company loft Saturday on a business trip to Okla homa and tho Indian Territory and will not return before Christinas Jill wide circle of friends predict that he will succeed in bringing a big trade to Louisville Dr Peter S Ganz Henry C Dier son and August Wempei are three of the happiest men in the city today Their homes were visited liy the stork and at each was left a hand some boy All have tieen kept busy receiving congratulations and treat ing their friends Frank Mooney the lending grocer of Howling Green was here this week as the guest of James ami Peter Cumin formerly of that city Mr Mooney is one of the oldest resi dents of Howling Green and served with Admiral Dewey in tthe navy dun bag the civil Will Grant Kilkcllys young friends will be glad to know that he will soon be able to be out again For the past two weeks he has been unable to leave iris home J031 Prentice street on account of an abscess in his face ainonfhisMiss Nellie McDonald of the New York Store left last night for a ten days trip to New York City nod bo foro returning will visit her former home in Syracuse Miss McDonald has made many friends during her short residence here and is much pleased with the people of Louisville Tuesday morning the marriage of Timothy T Stone and Miss Nora D IJroderick was solemnized at tho Dominican church in the presence of ut1l1nlntllnclI1I0thpart of the city und the best wishes of a wide circle of friends follow them in their new life Miss lose Jansen and Matt Mc marrlngedlltHlI1YTJertrandH church Will Janscr and Frank Sweeney acting as ushers Im mediately after ceremony the newly married couple left for n bridal tour through the South A large number of friends attended the ceremony to tender their congratulations mind best wishes to the happy pair One of the most enjoyable of th recent social events was the largely attended reception at the home of Mr and Mrs Martin McCue 2220 Duncan street in honor of their guests Miss Mary L and Mary Fo ley of Itichmond Center Wis who have made ninny friends during their visit here The evening was dcvoteu to vocal and instrumental selections 11alntyluncheon The Good Will Social Club gave n delightful euchre at the hone of Misses Mary anti Tillie Cuniff when prizes were awarded to Misses Kvc lyii Miller Nona Nevus and Tillie Cuniff and Messrs Con McUarron Thomas Gilligan and John Murphy The net euchre will oe lucid on Thursday evening November J when the club will be entertained at fife home of Misses Mamie unit Katie McCue 1847 Portland avenue Thomas OMalley the wen known Insurance mon and Miss Mary Mc Harron sister of Con J McBarron of New Albany were quietly married Thursday morning at Holy Trinity church by the Ilev Father Charles Curan They will reside at 2203 Rowan street this city and will be at home to their friends after No vciriber 1 This news will be n great surprise to their many friends as it is the first announcement of their union The marriage of Miss Anna I los terman and Louis Glicssner will be solemnized with a nuptial mass at St Anthonys church on Thanksgiv ing morning anti wilt bean event of much interest in German Catholic cir cles Miss Klosterman is the bright a and attractive daughter of Mr und Mrs Herman Klosterman and is much admired for her many fine qualities The lucky groom is with the Hubbueh Hros unit has n wide circle of friends who are extending congratulations St Louis IJertrands church will be the fcccne of a brilliant wedding on Wednesday morning November 14 when Charles Welsscnberger will lead to the altar Miss Ayleen Clements the accomplished and charming daughter of Mr antI Mrs Thomas It Clements 2038 Floyd street for which invitations are being issued The marriage ceremony will be pre ceded by a nuptial mass and will be witnessed by n large gathering of friends and admirers of the young couple both of whom arc prominent in our best society circles For sev era years Mr Welsscnberger has been the head of one of the mot important departments in time dry goodsfhouse of Bacon d Sons and also an active member of Trinity Council Y M I The Kentucky Irish American joins many others in tend eying congratulations with the wish that the union ninny be n long and happy one COMPLEX CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE 1 minted has developed a strong opposi lion to lulu the belief prevailing that he will favor the corporation i In terests The Democratic candidate is the present Governor Julia A Johnson who two years ago made the most remarkable run of any Governor In the history of the United States While Hoosevelt rccelvcd 125000 votes Johnson defeated 1his Republican opponent by nearly 7000 Johnson leas a clean record for the last two years and has made no Intakes That he still has a large number of Republican votes at Ihis disposalI is freely admitted Party lines in Iowa are badly broken but the outcome of the election in November is not difficult to predict Gov Cummins a candi date for reelection for a third term on the Republican ticket will defeat Claude R Porter the Democratic candidate by at least 50000 plurality While many radium stand patters timid all of the corporation and rail road influence will be last for Por ter ninny Democrats will vote for Cummins because he has a consistent record of opposition to railroad domination of lawn political affairs Liquor legislation is the issue in the present campaign in New Jersey The result of the primaries show that John F Dryden is to succeed himself as United States Senator from this State In Hudson and Ks sex counties the liquor legislation of last winter known as the Bishops law is pertinent and because of this act the Republicans will surely lose the Hurdson Assembly delegation which delegation they gained last winter for the first time in forty yearsNot in many years lens the outcome of the Massachussettsl Gubernational election been so much in doubt as it is now For the first time in at least a decade the Democrats are acknowl edged to heave better than a flgllting chaiue Their candidate is John 11 Moran District Attorney of Boston An even year taro Moran was next to nobody politically He hind n restrict ed influence in a small political circle and he was best known ns a shrewd criminal lawyer and as a mon who wrote much anti often to the newspa pers on Almost any subject Today powerfill John nolnlls strengths appears to lie chiefly in mils personality He is aggressive picturesque He is con stantly doing the unexpected Since he became District Attorney lost January he has continually been fIn- the limelight He is the best known most talked of man in till State Also in his favor is the fact that or ganized labor will vote heavily for him Time Republican candidate this year is Gov Curtis Guild Jr In Gov Guilds favor is the States normal large Republican majority a well or ganized State Committee an abut Mace of campaign money mind the generally creditable record made by the Governor while in office The political campaign is on in full blast in Rhode Island at present The fight this year is en interesting one and while much attention is be ing paid as usual to local affairs the principal fight is for control of the Text Legislature which Is to elect1 a United States Senator The Demo cratic ticket is Leaded by James H Higgins Mayor of Pawtucket Mayor Higgins who Is only twentyfive years old leas been Mayor of his na the city four years and is one of the most brilliant and polished ora ors in the State Opposed to him iis George H Utter the present Goer nor who heads the Republican State ticket timid who has the advantage of being backed by a machine which the Democrats have been trying for forty years to overthrow Associated with Hlggins Is Edward M Sullivan a lawyer thirtyfour years old who promises if elected to break oil the trusts in the State and procure the enforcement of laws which he as serts have not been enforced for years The battle cry if the Demo crats is Down with Bossism and their target in this respect is Gen Charles R Brayton National Com mittecman ail leader of time Republi can State organization UNIMPROVED Letters received this week from Texas state that Frank Hogan one ofi the best known young men In Jef fersonvllle who recently went to the Lone Star State in the hope of benefiting his health is making no prog ress toward recovery This wilt be sad news to huts many friends anti as sociates who were in hopes that the change of climate would greatly change his condition for the better GOOD WOMAN GONE Mrs Anna Blocmer beloved wife of John H Bloemer and mother of Major Herman Bloemer of the Knights of St John passed to her eternal reward Tuesday evening at her home on West Kentucky street after an Illness of three months borne with Christian patience and fortitude Deceased was one of the roost valued members of St Peters congregation and her death is mourned throughout tie parish Mrs Bloomer was a native of this i rJ 11Jt 2 CAULEYSFriday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee Mcintyre and Heath In liTHE HAM TREE HOPKINSWeek Beginning Sunday Oct 28 lliatt CLASS VAUDBVILLB TWO SHOWS DAILY 8VASSAR GIRLS8 Instrumentalists ocallstsnnd Dancers In a Dig Novelty Act George Wilson perennially popularininatrel Gardner k Revere comedy singers and dancers Campbell Brady Indian club swingers Kemps Tales something out of the ordinary Jimmie Iucas character impersonator Isabelle Knott the dashing comedienne and the Kino drome those ewer popular pictures P UCES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seal In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEZ COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 23 r REILLYI WOODS BIG SHOW PRESENTING IIA Night in Atlantic Cilf Supper for Two ODerzes Merry Glrls6 Illtuhanr nnd 1ransi oil Williams ac Aleene Cunningham lc Coveny Daly the Madman The Relllgmph New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPEN FOR THE WINTER SEASON Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises H+++t t t t t t t I Cutnb Phone M380 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM COI I MANUFACTURERS 01+ 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 DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds Ip the city Wmo F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSESMo- unted with Southern Optical Co eye gins clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of LouisvilleKy Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Tblrd and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturer of the KRYPTOK INVISI niE BIFOCAI for Kentucky city and is survived by her husband mind six chiildrcn who feel keenly the loss of a devoted wife and lov ing mother Her funeral tool place Friday morning with a high IIIUSH of requiem the edifice being filled with sorrowing friends unit relatives Members of the Knights of St John acted as pull bearers and tenderly bore the remains to their last rest ing place Clilbh MAHER RESTS Chief Tom Maher head of the Louisville detective department who has not been feeling well for several weeks has been under the care of a physician at St Anthonys Hospital for several days Until his return to duty which it is hoped will not be long delayed Detective John Sexton will be in chargeS- ECOND COLORED CHURCH Louisville will soon have her second Catholic church Tor colored people The new edifice which will be located on Lampion street near Jackson will be a nice frame struct- Ure 24x00 feet and will be known as St Peter Clnvcrs This action on the part of Bishop McCloskey will be a boon to tho negroes who are sadly in need of a house of worship in that section of time city DECIDING SERIES Trinity Councils bowling team will roll the St Catherine Council team of Xew laver tonight at that place This is the fifth match of these two teams and each has won two series on the homo alleys but the Trinity team is confident of winning the deciding series tonight The following will make the trip Albert F Marin Frank P Burke John X Kin berger Dennis T Qlceson John J lorry anti Ed Vulf i o n 0 Their service equals their stylish appearancethats why are guaranteed like this I 1 Oc a button 1 a rip You have no risk in buying Dutches Trousers We take all the risk under the famous warrantY I IalsI LEVY BROS LILLARD CARTER of Lawrenceburg Anderson County for ATTORNEY GENERAL s Bryan Elector 8th District 1896 Floor Leader Senate 1903 Succeeded Gocbel as President of Senate Acting Lieutenant Governor I900i902 Introduced and secured passage McChord Railroad Bill VOTE FOR R C CRENSHAW OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY The Present Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture for Goininlssloner oi floriculture LABOR AND STATISTICS DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY TUESDAY NOV 6 Vote for a Farmer for the Head of the Agricultural Department of the State j w NEWMANOF WOODFORD COUNTY- IS A CANDIDATE FOR Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics Subject to Action of Democratic Primary Nov 6 Senator Albert Charlton of Louisville to be with Mr Newman if elected m n JAMES B McCREARY CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION TO TilE Senate of the United States Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary Nov 0 1900 VOTE FOR McGREARY WHOSE NAME IS LAST ON THE BALLOT Y 1906 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1906 VOTE FOR SWAGAR SHERLEYDEMOCRATIC NOMINEE F- ORCONGRESSe Fifth Kontucky District a DONT FAIL TO VOTE FOR TIIE SEWER BONDS V NOVEMBER ELECTION 1906 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD r BUY NOW PAY LAlERlODiamondsd Watches andd JJewelry on Easy Payments y Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 3O3E XV IARI I T STREET v v I HOTEL HOE MERHENRY 0 HOEMER Proprietor 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate X hotel and Ht right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance i FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION i v V n- a rJ ms Fi NTUCKY XI SH V STRAIGHT CREEK COAL II- ii Burns better mates less ash and more heat per pound A than any other bituminous coal I 100 Bushels 1500 I 25 Bushels 375 I 100 Bushels Jellico Lump iSCANLON i L15iiI I Ninth and Kentucky IncorporatedFirst and P HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3S East Mzati1Z Street 4 + iDi DOUGHERTf MeELLIOTT I Funeral Directors and Embalmers 22Bothi Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS I All Calls Answered Promplly Day or Night + 1231 WEST MARKET STREETt t t t t t t t t f 0 III ft t + + + + f It 4 It flit 11 ft I 4 + I t4+ tt Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor a Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 H J B TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB j FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS IICurlarn Purnlibed Notice on 0 CNOS SPENCER Prestdeat and Expert Accauataat r SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS 4 OFFICE HOURS STO6 Union Bull Co11egeeLOU1SuLLEKY DONT YOU WANT Good Dontal work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You IDentistrI8 N8 WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 MID 207 WEST GREEN STRE- ETHENRY ftAIJIJ POLS DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2633 528 Fifth Street 1531 W MARKET STREET Ii I1iH444I I I 7 Educates ranPeople For Business Good Success CALL OR vfnrrc ron fULl inronuATicK HatlOBi I LOU1SuLLEKYSUNDAYS 9 TO 12 we J Co n I PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR TilE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients BoW male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jetitraonvllle lad ANOTHER RESOUNDING PEAL to call the attention of builders and owners to the fact that plastering not be delayed by freezing weather as our materials are not affected two hours after they have been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky1 Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonvllle Ind Phone 565 HURT Tl SCHRANZ 301 302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE i In All Its Brandies Cumb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN a L HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Minneapolis and St Paul have each HH Hibernian football team Hibernians will have a rest next week as none of the divisions meet Tames Kilkujly was given a cordial greeting by the members of Division 1 Tuesday night I Though the new Albany invitation was received at u rather lute date there was n fair representation from this city Division 3 has about completed arrangements for its reception and no dal session on Monday evening November 5 The Ladies Auxiliary of Halifax X S celebrated the feast of their patron SL Bridget last Sunday with- a banquet The Holyokc school committee will meet a committee of the Hibernians in regard to the question of placing Irish history in the public schools In the establishment of its library Division 10 of Chelsea Mass lots gone n long way toward accomplish lug something practical for members Division Ii of Minneapolis was prominent in the parade of Catholic societies that participated in the dedication of Holy Cross parochial school last Sunday Division 4 of Medford Mass will hold a sacred concert in the Medford Opera House on November 18 when National President Cummings will be the guest of the evening The Medford auxiliary fast be cooling one of the strongest in Massachusetts will hold a character party at the Medford Opera House on November II which promises to amuse and entertain the men An Irish tea promised to be a very novel entertainment will be given by the jndieN Auxialiary of East Boston in Hibernian Hall next month under the direction of the State Vice resident Mrs Mary Cat anaugh There are ten divisions in Minne apolis and two more to be installed making the Henncpin County Hoard the largest in Minnesota President Fitgerulds report at the biennial county convention showed a member ship of 2000 When the Ladies Auxiliary Idea vial county convention was held in Hartford Conn the forty delegates were tendered a banquet after tho adjournment and in the evening a complimentary dunce and whist party was given in their honor Members should remember tIll im portance of keeping their dues paid which will obviate any question alto sick and lentil benefits Under the law any member who allows his dues to become in arrears for three months suspends himself action by the division not being necessary County resident Tom Kelly who is looked upon as one who will do the right thing regardless of friend ships or affiliations has a delicate situation before him for the coming year and much will depend upon his wisdom nod efficiency if he hopes to restore the or er to the confidence it formerly enjoyed among the clergy and laity of New York Ihe field day to be held March 17 at Manchester is to be a big affair It is expected that one of the largest parades ever held in New Hampshire will take place nod It will not UP confined to the members of the county but from all over the State J and many other Irish organlations will probably participate There willI be a banquet after the parade nutI the members will enjoy a social time the remainder of the day State resident Rogers requests the various sections of Massachusetts to increase the membership 24 percent during the coming year It Is estimated that there are now 20000 members in the State and if the increase asked for was obtained it would mean a membership of 39000 for the next national convention The several Hibernian hall socle ties in Iloston are prospering andI stock is reported selling rapidly Ground will be broken soon In South Boston and Itoxbury for new edi flees AMUSEMENTS The Eight 1ussnr Girls will top the bill nt the Hopkins next week Those young women are singers instrumentalists and dancers with un elaborate electrical waltz which is mentioned as one of the features of the evening With George Wilson the old time minstrel and a star olio the bill offered is one of thes best of the season and should draw crowded houses Iteillv and Woods big show will1 be next weeks offering at the Buck- Ingham This Is a great vaudeville organization that lllls had twenty three years of success Put Jtellly will be the star in the musical farce comedy A Night in Atlantic City The vaudeville turns are said to be new and better than ever The only attraction nt Maeauleys next week will be The Ham Tree which is booked for Friday and Saturday next with Saturday matinee This delightful musical play was seen here last season with McIntyre anti wasdn big seems sure to be dupicated The Pitwl1 be the offering at the Masonic nil of next week This piece has met with success wherever presented It is a play of great in terest and the coming cast In said to be n good one- SAVED FROM DEATH Dennis Griffin on aged gentleman residing on West Madison street came near death Monday morning The old man was on his way to early mass at the Cathedral and In cross lug the street did not notice the car that WOK approaching Motornian Randall saw his predicament and shutting off the current leaned forward and caught Griffin just as he wits struck thus saving him from being ground to death beneath the car Though somewhat bruised he was more scared than injured u n All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here nt reasonable prices CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenu 261 W JifUrsonSI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Z KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit then a specialty Elegant shrouds made tto order at reasonable prices All call answered promptly dRY or night Home phnne 1677 Office 240fi Payne St Give your boys an education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brothers Classical 5denWic and Iuslncss Courses Preparatory De UqulppedGymwulfnm= MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Proprietor HINTS ON STYLE In leather hags the call appears to tend in the direction of large sizes For boys from six to eight years the ItiiNHJan blouse is Ktill fashionable Lace yokes are now regarded with especial favor but all kinds of yokes are stylish separateIfor young girls The vogue of the ordinary corselett 1 belt bids fair to continue through the coming winter Nothing is more fashionable for veils thou some shade of gray either in gauze or net but in nil1 cases very transparent Winter styles show numerous her tha anti bretelle arrangements on all1 of the most dressy gowns Lace neckwear of every character jis fashionable from tho little lace stock up to plastrons and yokes The jumper style in waists is to 1have great vogue this winter This Is u pretty style for both ladies anti misses Black materials of all sorts are to be very fashionable this winter Next in order come blues greens reds browns und grays Gray is still a very fashionable color for boys suits Everything- front i the dark Oxford to the light tones iin this shade is fashionable Fashionable tailors and exclusive garment shops are showing many winter suits in worsteds in gray and black and white mixture checks and plaids For general wear tho small lint is becoming more popular The large hat however will hold its possession as n dressy favorite and is likely to be used in felt anti velvet effects alikeFor the late fall and winter sea Sot darker colors than those of lust year will prevail This ill true especially of tailor gowns ant separate coats anti wraps not intended for evening wear EUCHRE AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y 1t I ore prepar- ingI to give n euchre and dance at Fishers Hall on Thursday evening jNovember 15 and have secured many jhandsome prizes for the euchre This i Is the first social event given by the auxiliary for the winter sason and will no doubt be a worthy successor- to the popular affairs of tho kind given in the past- MARRIED AT CHICAGO Moses Doyle a well known resident of New Albany employed at the Ohio Falls Iron Works has returned from Chicago bringing with him a hand some bride to whom he was married Monday evening The nappy couple will reside in New Albany and are ro celving congratulations nt their home Mrs Doyle was Mrs Mary Dolan and is o most charming woman y i KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Open meetings and stoke talks are of frequent occurrence among the Rhode Island councils Shawmut Council of Boston held n whist and dancing party In aid of St Philips church Vednesdny even big tit Catholic Union Hull I The council lit Ifrlstol 15 T opened u banr Tuesday night to entertain for ft week and observed Fri day evening us Columbus night Milwaukee Council will iievntu three evenings during the coming season to u discussion of Socialism UlorgeBruceArchbishop Messmer are announced as the speakers The annual State parade of the photo Island Knights tit Providence last Sunday was the largest in the history of the organization The twentyone councils of the State were In line with five bands of music Following the musical vespers nt the Cathedral and sermon by Jtcv Monsignor Thomas Doran the parade proceeded to Infantry Hall where a fine collation was served and a social visitingKuighis WOMAN THE QUEEN Dangers That Follow Her Par tlcipallon In Public Affairs Woman should he queen of the hone said resident Oelkers while addressing the Federated Ionium Catholic Societies and nil influences tending to take her front this sphere of life should bo deprecated 1 eon sider It my duty to touch upon the question of participation of woman in public affairs The church has al ways taught that man is the head of the family but otherwiseI it ton cedes full equality to man and wife and upon these grounds it is to lbe regretted that women are more and pubReI Catholic societies nothing in the world more respected more sung by the poets and honored by the tvis J than the mother who by her high and noble mission is to teach and educate the future generations Impurity 0 of this picture must soon fade away if it daily comes in c1mtfc- with the passions and activities o public life I agree thoroughly with President Roosevelt anti former resident Cleveland that it is the highest duty of woman to educate ood nod useful citizens for God nUllii State Woman can only lose her dignity tend due respect when she steps jout of her proper sphere of activity into that of a too great participation In public affair- sRECENT DEATHS With deep regret did tIll friend of Jlernuut IInil tars Hohlsl11 learn if the death of tneir bright lIttle- lnughtlr Vernctta lugdnlene which iccurred Tuesday The funeral tool olace Thursday nUll the interment was In St Louis cemetery The grim reaper has node sod the 1 home of John and Carrie Martin laving taken from them their infant son John Louis whose remains were tenderly laid to rest last Monday Kor the bereaved parents there iis sincere sympathy The funeral of Mrs Margaret Stru 1 bel beloved wife of William Stnibel 712 East Oak street took place Mlout lily morning from St Vincent do j Pauls with n solemn mass of re queen Her death caused profound sorrow throughout that section known as Clermnntown where she was widely known nail highly respected Resides her husband Misses ashMatthewJohn Dclnney son of the late Mar t DeputyIssessoriBlanche anti Ilose Delaney 2312 West JMarket street was stricken Tuesday morning with heart disease and ex Aired at 5 oclock He was forty three years of age anti unmarried The esteem m which he was held was manifested by the large attendance at the funeralI which took place Wednesday from Sf Patricks church lilT BY CAR James Shnughncssy who resides with his family at Eighth and St j Catherine streets was hit by a street gar at Second and Market streets Monday afternoon and seriously In Hired lie is au employe of the city and was unconscious for some time after the accident At lost reports His condition was looked upon as precarious NARROW ESCAPE William Ryan night watchman for the Louisville Hallway a narrow escape from fatal injury Monday evening While crossing tho street at Fronkjort and Franck avenues an unseen car bore down on him and knocked him to the ground He was picked up and removed to St Anthonys Hospital where it was discovered iiat besides several bad body bruises he had sustained Internal Injuries At last reports his condition was improving FOOTBALL In the game played lost Saturday nt Lebanon between the St Mary s College and Manual Training High School elevens time latter sustained an ignominious defeat Tho playing of the college boys was a surprise to the Manuals who were never II- evenly in- the fame Both teams were matched which makes the loss of the game the more keenly felt by the boys from the city The only incident that marred the sport was the accident that befell Leonard Mcllugh of the college team who sustained III broken leg in one of the rushes Mclftigh is a son of Patrick Mcllugh of Eleventh and Maple and letters from St Marys say he is lImproving rapidly t FRANK FEtlR BRE1NlNG G0 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE xv DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BI Lit TINQ COl pANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOUJSVILLE JCYu PAST BEER ALWAYS PURE H Brewed from carefully selected barle and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely aged rELEPHONE X3ISD Louisviiie israucnrourteentll and JrAerson Sts ICumb Phone Haiti 1913 Home Phone i X- HEiWIEDEMANI COMPANYSICelebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F QERTEBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE 4b ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN ID FIrANJC WALTERS Clay= 5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY MOLD DKAISR IN I Staple and Fancy GroceriesII A FIRST IN CLASS CONNECTION SAMPLE Old Whiskies a Specialtyjj tome Phone 4330 540 We WALNUT C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRhSS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VI- AHENDERSON ROUTE To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego HOA1ESEEKERS EXCURSION RATES SEASON 1906 Colonist Rates to California Points and GREAT fxOimiWEST Dates of Sale Sept 15 to Oct 31 Ask us for full full information J II Gallagher Trav Pass Act L J Irwic Genl Pass Agent Louisville Ky I J theIWagon try a bottle of CocaCola Then youll- understand At all good Bars Groceries and Stands HEERMAM BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES UQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop not Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 xv OKisisisr war A11ERIOAN THE BIG STORESURPRISE SALE No 357 MENS HIGH GRADE SUITS FOR WINTER sale one week beginning today I IIOn ending next Friday 12 I i THE BIG STOnE 424 Market to St 434 between West Fourth and Filth 11 MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO IJ THE WHY OF ITIn nil piano players the pneumatics Are the vital pert of the entire mechanism In all piano players EXCEPT THE CECILIAN these pneu matic arc made of wood and leather and thats where the trouble comet in Ever get your shoes wtt and have them dry hard ane stiff Leather will do that ill damp weather for it absorbs the moisture Ever had a door or window stick in your house Its because the wood swells during the damp weather Thats the trouble with the wood and leather pneumatics They are affected by the constant changes in the weather and cant do the work properlyI In the Cecilian Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics and the wind chest are made of metalbrass steel and phosphor bronze weather doesnt affect them in any way They dont swell neither do they shrink and thats why they are always in perfect working order MONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO 6zsono FURTH AVENUE I JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of SILVERWARESuit- able for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For You K EYES TESTED FREE RUNN Jeweler530 West Market Street n u 8 Be Ghas fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE SEfa Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city 68 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 1 434 W Jefferson street J BANNON President Hi14+ HHuIi i IHHHi + IJIi1IIIIIIh I I MULLOYS COFFEES Have tong been the standard in Louis ville His special NEW BLEND at 5 Ibs for 100 has proven the most popular grade Phone a trial order Premiums for the coupons One coupou with each purchase of pounds MULLOY C OcII tt Home Phone I JJJ t311Z V MA121CJT STREETII 11 I I I 111 H1oI H+HHHH i i I +H+II1 1 1 r I I 1 11 +1 1rHH11HHI I I 1 x 1 I 11 ++HH +1 14 i1OJllHI NORTON f GURD COFFEE GO i ROASTERS OP HIGftGRADNCOFFEES 1 31t Office l4IH4IiII IIMPORTEijSo I I I H H It It OUR SPECIALTY 8Year Old Cloobrook Whiskey I Bottled in 1 a Quart l WM BORGMANN i 1 WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214210218 SEVENTH ST It It It It tt + M M M t H t t t t t t tit t titt J u rtWWWY W9WWI rtt IPJ 25 Bond tt DANNOrjVlcePres Mgr 11 M WOLTRINO Secretary R BBANNON Treasurer iiP BaDDDDSewef Pipe CDo Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain TUet Vitrified Street Paving BricK Fire Proofing Flee Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TEtBPHONBS73 WORKS13tbaLe xl rton and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and ictb TELEPHONE 2833 WTA AArAe V c u 0 I Q Q 0 oeooo 115 COAT SUITS 1O i iThelong continued warm weather this fall has made the 0manufacturers anxious to rid themselves of an suitIIConsequently they go at these low prices The lot consists of Suits of latest style of semifitted Coat Norfolk and Prince Chap 0 8modfls The materials are cheviots in all colors and fancy mixed suitings in dark and medium grays All are splendidly tailored 0Misses sizes from 14 to 20 years and for Women from 34 to 44 bust measure 898 For Misses 1250 Suits 0t8I 1000 For Misses 1500 Suit- sWOMENS 0 i AND MISSES COATS i00 The Tourist Model Misses Coats in gray and brown mixture cloth collarless style with elaborate velvet braid and trimmings 0 50inch Black Allwool Cheviot Coat loose back doublebreasted collarless style fancy braid trimmed 900 Misses Tourist Coats 698 0 1100 Womens Long Coats 1 875II i JSONMARKET I j CHARLES FINEGAN- JlcctcdTrcasurcrand Custodian For Division t- AOII A feeling of unusual sadness pre vailed lit the meeting of Division I A 0 Jr Tuesday night lleforc us sunning the chair it was the pain ful dutyof President John M Mu Joy to announce the death of two most worthy members Charles Cava naugh and Frank L Haines who ha passed into eternity during the preceding week The death claims of each were promptly allowed as WIT also those of the members on the sick list An invitation from Division 11 of New Albany saying they would ujj predate a visit from their Kentuck brethren to the bazar m progress iIn Holy Trinity Hall was accepted with the understanding that us many all could would attend Friday night George English who had been ill was present anti ISobert Hagan was reported improving John Carroll another member was reported ns having sustained a fracture of the foot and unable to leave his homer The resignation of Thomas Walsli the popular Treasurer was receive and accepted with feelings of sincere regret and Charles J Finegan th well known Nineteenthstreet grocer was fleeted to succeed him as Treas urer anti custodian of the funds of the mother division of the city Tin resignation of Treasurer Walsh tent due to the fact that he contemplate leaving the bur to enter the holy priesthood and couhl not devote the necessary time to the office After the adoption of nppropriat resolutions and prayers for the re pose of the souls of the departed members the meeting was adjourned out of respect to their memory HOME FROM ROME I Col Joc Herrmann Has Audi cncc With the Holy Father Col F Joseph Herrmann Presi dent of the Sinking Fund Commis lion anti his wife anti Col John F Oertel reamed home Tuesday night from a European trip that lasted three mouths and during which they visited the old home of Mr Herr maim in France Germany Switzer land and Italy The three were in tome the first week of this month and on October 4 were granted a spe vial audience with the Holy Father Pope Pius X They shook hands with the Popwho Wits most affable and conversed in French He inquired as to their home in Kentucky and left upon them a lasting impression as a mild nUll kindly man Col Herrmann says the Holy Father showed no signs of weakness or Illness incident to age The old country is all right he arrival but America is goodenough for me Every time I go to Europe I como hack u better American nut for lack of time the party would have risitctl Ireland NEWMAN FOR COMMISSIONER The name of J W Xewinan of IVoodford county will appear on the primary ballot of the Democratic party for the nomination for Com nissloner of Agriculture Labor and Uatlstlcs Mr Newman is a man of excellent qualifications and well fitted for the place Though yet a com nratlvely young man he is quite all old resident having been born in thl State Mr Newman rendered the tate valuable service as n member if the Legislature and the fact that le is a farmer lends a peculiar and jreut strength to his candidacy If Ill obtains the office he will have for his deputy the Ion Albert II Chnrl tOil one of the oldest nUll best sown rades union men in Louisville who Is working hard to bring out a big vote for his chief GOES TO RPST Louis Seeger and Casper Hammer have gone tel Martinsville anti will not return until the latter part of text week Hoth have just com peted a busy and successful season ind are at tile health resort for a Ions rest and good time 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kei nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1911 Bank stret- TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmsEdward Craddic DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frida Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran- RecordlnKSecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kenney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Henuessv Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessian 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Mont- hPresidentJohn A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryiPrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresidentMichael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsell- aSHORTHAND t ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW These subJects are taught by skilled special- Ists each Instructor being an expert in his tine The student is given personal individual train Ing by practical work from the start The ad Ullages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This U the shortest cheapest and best ploD ever offered students Call or address V JleVI- Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue WANTS IRISH HOME Queen Elizabeth of lioumnnia is loking for n residence in Conne mara Ireland On a former visit there she pronounced it the most roo mantle place site had ever seen Long ago she formed n plan to write nu IrlHh romantic story mid she con Iders that residence amid typical Irish scenery and surroundings Is snentinl to supplying realistic color lhe charms of Western Ireland lcenery the people anti time climate 110 attracting many noble residents fhe Qieen of Spain says her greatest delight would be to have a house here Earl Dudley lately Viceroy hDS taken a permanent residence in loscotnmon LJ WILL PAY LEVY Division 4 A 0 H Agai rids San Francisco Sufferers Division 4 of the Ancient Order o Hibernians again demonstrated tlm spirit of generosity that character Izes that body Tuesday night when tin appropriation was made to meet the per capita tax of twentyfli cents per member that was lerlell by the national convention to nllslRt the San Francisco sufferers Just nli soon as news of the great catastn phe reached Louisville the differei divisions of the Ancient Order o Hibernians responded promptly nml generously to the appeals for nltl for the stricken city and it was not thought they would be further taxei lint the loss was so great and so many were left destitute that the national convention decided upon IIn assessment of fifty cents per men her which will aggregate aboi 100000 which will he disbursed m tier the direction of the Xntioni officers State President Butler wnH present and addressed the members upon the question telling of the sit nation in Frisco at present nftt which the assessment was allowed hy a unanimous vote Invitations to the bazar being held In New Albany and the social aessio of Division 3i were accented and the Visiting Committee reported Michn Costello off time sick list Presiden meetingurgetheotherhusluessucter TRINITY WINS Match Bowling Game With Phil Sheridan Council of Bellcvuc The Phil Sheridan Council Y M I howling team of liellevne acconipi lied by a party of rooters were here ast Sunday to roll a match gam with Trinity Councils team on jrotes alleys the latter being vie torious In three straight games lifter which the entire party was parlotsernl of the visitors thanking the nenfbcrs of Trinity Council for thu kind treatment accorded them am challenging the victors for u return natch at Hellenic in the near future which was accepted The visit lug nirty was composed of Clarence iott Henry Itezold Andrew Streck Toseph Schultz Val Theirm Wil- lIam Crollich inhii Cello Fred Stag inhorst Andrew Friedhof M Schmidt Frank Witt John Illls and eter Huelte Trinity Councils tears vas composed of President A F ilartin Ben Schneider John J tarry Dennis L llecson and John X Clnbergcr with Ed Wulf nnd Her ichnlk In command of time Trinity ooters CARTERS GOOD RECORD In this issue appears time card of Ion Lillaru G Carter of Lawrence burg who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General Mr Carter was born in wen county and has always been a Democrat Twice he served as democratic Elector succeeded Gov locbcl as President of the State mate and was acting Lieutenant lovernor for two years He is a mnn of the strictest integrity and- o doubt if named for the office to which he aspires hit would bond his very effort to make the State n faithful Attorney General The Democrats of Kentucky are invited to give his candidacy thoughtful con Iderutiun Mr Carter was here for Bvernl days this week and made friendships that will bring him a cemendouK vote- CROSS IN PLACE The cross for the tower of St iBcphfl church on Washington street whicn was blessed with in cssive ceremonies last Sunday has- been placed In position This fine c1 lurch now presents u most impow inR appearance and its fine cross Is siblc for a long distance + It H H t it It tt GREAT SALEOF + R E XMATTRESSES t J Pat Sept 11003 Oct 11100- 4y 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 cur registered trade mark Chas A Fisher Co 4 This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur j face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside 4 tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface Constructed on scientific principles by improved method JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET E + t +++++ t + + FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always right I HUBBUCIIBROSt524 = U 3 BE SURE TO CALL FOR lm I McKENNA I t WHISKY III I I IT IS ALWAYS PUREIIIIII tfttH McKenna Distiller I HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand M COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Mam- tufactureOEHERSON 217 West Market Street Foii vTHe c 0 VDa And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN DR J T CHAWKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing ForgerSCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hones Called Pot and DeliveredfAothpho nee OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10011009 W BROADWAY aJ99 I +ttM++ft t++ 6 + t FINE WINES HAIIPAONUff AL KOLJ3 I 345 West Green Street LIQiJORB OIGBB- Jr i n U UJlltU t t t If ltLt LL I