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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wIjwi F3 r 1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANW VOLUME XVIINO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS MAGNIFICENT Memorial In Every Respect Will Bo Dublins Monument to Paruell St Gaudens American Scull tor Prepares Figure of Noted Loader Irish Countries and Provinces Keprenonted and Sham rock Seen FACIAL RESEMBLANCE IS PERFECT iA Tile monument to the late Charles Stewart Parnell In process of erec Hon in Dublin gives promise of be ing a magnificent memorial in every respect The figure of Parnell de signed by the renowned sculptor Augustus St Gaudens of New York is now Viii Italy to be cast in bronze and the foundation work of the struc ture is well under way The contract for the shaft which is to be very Imposing and elaborate has not yet been let but tenders of noted Irish firms are under consideration rind the work will soon be commenced In general the design for the monu ment consists of a slightly tapering triangular shaft standing on a circu Jar platform which will be twenty five feet in diameter The width at the base of the shaft will be thirteen feet and the total height front the ground to the apex of the tripod that wilt surmount the column will be sixtyfive feet In the pavement of the circular platform is represented In green granite a large shamrock within which is symmetrically placed the triangular shaft Around the carved base the counties and provinces of Ireland are represented the coun ties by thirtytwo bronze panels or tablets surrounded by an inlaid bronze ornament of shramrocks and the provinces by four bronze laurel wreaths on the face of the pedestal which curries the statute of Mr 1arnell On the angles of the base are inserted large bronze torches Since the figure of Mr larnell is the most important part of the monu ment it was artistically necessary that the shaft should form such u background as would least detract the eye of the observer from the statute itself and the plain surface against which the statute will be outlined on the proposed form of shaft will attain the desired end in a striking manner The arrangement perfected by Mr St Gaudens is this In front of the shaft on an extension of the base us a pedestal will stand the figure ot 1arnell This figure is eight feet in height and the attitude at once arrests attention The right hand is extended ns If 1arnell were address ing an audience and the left hand holds a scroll The facial resent blance Is perfect Std great care has been taken to render nil the minor details faithful to the surroundings pf the Irish chieftain in life Just over the head of the figure n large harp is graven In the shaft with the following extract from Iarnells historte speech delivered at Cork on the 21st day of January 1883 No man has the right to fix the boundary of the march of a nation No man has a right to soy Thus far shalt thou go and no further We have never attempted to fix the ne i plus ultra to the progress of Irelands nationhood and we never shall Near the top of the triangular shaft in large bronze lettering is the word Parnell timid underneath In Irish characters the sentence God prosper Erin and her children The top of the column bears an ex cellently carved final surmounted by an immense bronze tripod flam bovant Satisfactory arrangements hive TrannnvayCompany the Botunda opposite which struc ture the mounment is to stand will be changed to suit the dimensions of the base of this grand memorial to the uncrowned king of Ireland V LAST CALL Michael Burke Was the Old est Rcsldcntof Buck eye State Michael Burke Ohios oldest rest dent tiled during Tuesday night in Kewafk nt the residence of his son Patrick aged 106 years Death was du to a horses kick sustained five weeks Burke was never sick in ht 1ngolong life lie was perfectly built his sight and hearing was unimpaired and his auncarnnce was that of a titan of seventy Until recently the 4 deceased who was formerly a railroad contractor lived in HannibalI Mo nil Ashland Ky He was born in Ireland but came to America 3 in 182ff Upon his arrival nt Newark last year he walked a half mile to his Calxs residence and issued u challenge to wrestle any hundredyear old man in town CHAPEL COSTS 800000 The altars for Our Lniiy chapel iinL St Tatrlcks Cathedral New York will soon be laid The marble floor is almost laid and the chapel will be really about Christmas It will cost G eo I 0 t 1 a 800000 nnd will be one of the most beautiful of its kind in the United States The late Eugene Kelly left a legacy of 250000 for Our Lady chapeltis heirs realizing that the amount would be inadequate in creased it to 375000 and later agreed to give an additional 200000 The Cathedral Trustees found that the joining of a Lady chapel to the rear of the Cathedral necessitated alterations in the main structure and the building of a new heating and ventilating plant This called for an appropriation of 200000 To the casual observer the edifice does not reveal the great expense required to carry it to the present state A close inspection however will show that the structure is in delicate thirteenth century Gothic style anti differs in architecture conslrerably from the main Cathedral which is Gohlc of a later period The mate rial is of selected white marble and the finials gargoyles and other orna ments are carved in a highly artistic manner The fineness of the marbles used shows especially in the walls of the interior RACE IS OVER Everything Indicates Election of Swagar Sherlcy to Congress In all parts of the city during the past week enthusiastic assemblages of men have greeted Congressman Swagar Sherley who will close his campaign tonight with o speech at Jeffersontown Time audiences that have heard him were intelligent anti representative and from the generalI expression there can be no doubt but that he will be elected by an over whelming majority In fact it is conceded that the race is over and all that remains is for Democrats to go to the polls on Tuesday and cast their ballots There are many who look for a landslide in this election believing the next House will be Democratic in which the ease the return of Mr Sherley would mean much for this city and State Ills record in Con gress has been an enviable one nnd his past experience and influence will place him in a position for service that is almost incalculable At time meetings Mr Sherley declared strongly for internal improvements and said he was in favor of spending less on the navy and more on the rivers and harbors of the country und was loudly applauded therefor He said he was for the improvement of the Ohio river anti would be for it for all time to cqme This is the lkind of a man Louisville wants to represent her in Congress nnd every voter who would have this city prosper will vote forhlm Ifon est and fearless just and wise it is our hope that we will continue to have the benefit of his services SHOULD PLEASE Splendid Pro ramm Division 3 Will Present Mon day Night Morning night Division 3 A 0 1L I will entertain its friends nt the lull In the Hopkins Theater building I anti the programme arranged is ono of unusual merit The trim of Chair I man hessian and his colleagues has been to provide such nn evening as llllltherewill be appreciated by the I fine audience expected Judge Matt ODoherty will deliver the principal address and in short talks following State President George Butler County resident Murphy and Miss Mary Sheridan wlil speak for the order and auxiliary John FlynnI will entertain In his inimitable stylet and Tom Dolan will introduce a now set of moving pictures that will bo in teresting Miss Mary Corcoran and Thomas Keenan Jr him consented to render vocal solos and Messrs Thomas Clines Michael McGulre and James Carroll will be heard in their best recititirns At the conclusion of this excellent pro rTIIt refresh ments will be served anti cigarsI passed when nil nre ready to leave This entertainment is complimentary to the members and their lady friends and is in line with the ling gestion of the national convention for the social and educational better ment of the standing of the grand old order All the divisions have been Invited and should be well repre sented President T J Welsh will close the meeting THE APPIAN WAY A new portion of the Applan Way time old Boman thproughfnre loathing from Bonie to Brundusium the mod discoveredewhile workmen were doing some ex tycavations nead Benevcnto The dis covered portion of the ancient road was found still paved in the same way as the starting point of the road In the Boman Forum It is now proposed to continue the diggings so ns to bring to light as much as possible of the great Roman highway SPENT MERRY NIGHT Company Cof the Uniform flank of the Catholic Knights of America lad n jolly time last Friday night at the home of Lieut Hen Iluntl on Last Chestnut street There was a largo gathering of friends of the company nod after a number of mili l clln songnndt 00- tF REDMOND Delivers a Stirring Address to Nationalists of Ulster at Goallslaud Irelands Greatest Weapon Is InIParliament Spirit of Independence and Toleration S p read i lit in the North WARNS COUNTRY AGAINST DANGER On Sunday October 20 a monster meeting was held at Coal Island at which representatives from every county in Ulster gathered to greet John Hcdmond the Irish leader whose address aroused the greatest enthusiasm After the adoption of resolutions treating home rule the Irish party town tenants revival of the Irish language etc the speaker was received with cheers mend said I am glad that what I may cull the commencement of time redistussion of the home rule movement it has been my good fortune to melt this great gathering of the men north of the Boyne For twenty years past or more the name of Ulster huts been grossly calumniated It has been represented simply as the home of religious bigotry anti antiIrish preju dice I assert here today in this great gathering that it Is nothing of the kind So far as the majority of the people of Ulster are concerned I say they are fairly represented in this great gathering today and the great majority of the population of Ulster is in favor of full religious toleration and freedom of every creed and in favor of home rule for Ireland And fellowcluntr men let me say so far as what I call today the minority in Ulster is concerned that It should be our greatest and most sacred duty to go to any length short of surrender of principle to disarm their hostility and to remove their suspicions I ndmit fully that the minority in Ulster Is rich and influential I admit it has been pow erful enough to stand between Ire lund and hone rule but its power is waning Everyone knows that its power is waning I believe its power today Is less than ever items been I am convinced that ii this fight Is to be fought out with that minority that theywill never again he able to gull and humbug the public opin- Ion of England as they did in 188d and In 1801 and will never be able to thwart home rule limit fellow countrymen while I am convinced that we can if we are put to it win house rule in spite of the minority I confess to you that I dont want home rule to come in the garb of a bitter and humiliating defeat for any intelligent and honest section of my countrymen I know coursethatthere is one section of the minority opposed to us that has no title to tho name of either honest or intelligent a section that it is impossible and hopeless to seek to conciliate or placate a section that will I believe to the bitter end continue their policy of hatred and ascendancy I am not speaking of them after all in reality They are only a handful even of the Protestants of Ulster and I fear that they must he overborne by the strong hand but 1 am speaking of the overwhelming majority of those who are ranked today as our opponents In Ulster For my part I say here that of the overwhelming majority of these men I believe they are honest and according to their own sense of the word patriotic I believe that they are in large nunihcrs honestly afraid to trust their property and their religious interests to their fellow countrymen Now over those men I say today if I can avoid it I want no party triumph limit I want to influence their Intelligence I want to allay their suspicions and u1ll11thereforc williprenchciliation There is thank God a movement today amongst these men we see it In Belfast and we see it in all the agricultural constituencies almost in Ulstera movement which shows that the sentiment of Protest nut Ulster Is no longer properly rep resented by the ignorant Intolerant and irreconclleable section which so long has snoken for Ulster and that a spirit of toleration and independ ence Is snreadlnsr Let us National ists respond to that spirit I say here today there are no lengths short of the abandonment of the principles which you and I Hold to which I I would not go to win the confidence of these men and not have them lost to Ireland There are no safeguards which T would object to In a home rule bill tomorrow to satisfy the entertainIabout their religious interests and I say he Is time best Irishman who does his best today bv preaching toleration and conciliation to these men to bring nil time sons of gallant UlsterI Into line with the people all over Ire land nut fellow comtrymen while nrenchlnj these doctrines wo must hp very careful not to surrender any finale one of our wcanons Until we Inve won home Tulle for Ireland be hove m v Irelands greatest weapon is Ill Independent nartv In Pivrlinment wth an orpnnhed country behind It Those arc both parts of time same organized row wlthontIJ lion and nn organized country without n party Is like a I bow without nn aVrow Let us there lrn1 fore tolerate nothing in whatever guise it nay come which threatens to destroy or even to weaken that weapon You may of course I know destroy that weapon yourselves by your dissensions or by your apathy and I regret to gay that there are some men in Ireland today whose policy that seems to be Theyare very few In number no doubt and there are none of i then in Ulster I am convinced than time plain common sense of the Irish people will over whelm them Fellowcountrymen time nationalist moVement may be destroyed In another way Ireland one of these days may be offered what is sometimes callpd administrative reform and sometimes called admin jstratlve home rul put before them in such a form as to make the cop tinuance of time i ational movement difficult or Impo sible and for all we know this tuny be actually part of the plan of sonic of the architects of the scheme themselves Now I dangerIfand the national movement fall to the positionInagreed to the disbandment of the Irish volunteers We should have thrown away our weapon and in my belief genuine homo rule would ills appear for this and perhaps for time next generation Let our watch word be this paraphrase of an old saying well known in Ulster Put your trust In no British Government and keep your powder dry Pre serve your unity maintain your organization support iyour party do not surrender one single weapon that you have won by the struggles and sacrifices of the last tWlmt fie lIblrnllGoernmentIts pledges or whether It does not you can face the future with calm ness and confidence RECENT DEATHS The funerals of Miss Johanna Tier ney sister of Michael T Tierneyof this city und John Tierney of St Louis took place Sunday afternoon from the Cathedral Deceased was 1111forof diseases incident to her age Mrs Mary Glenn nn nged member of St Patricks parish died Tuesday night nt the home M her daughter Mrs Ann Horn 1535 iBank street She hud lived here for Vnnny years and was known for herj numerous deeds of kindness to her neighbors und her willingness to asslstwhere there was illness or distress JThe funeral took place yesterday morning with a re quiem mass nt St Patricks The funeral of Joseph hiding whose death occurred Sunday evening resulting from shock that fol lowed the accidental fracture of his hip and other complications was largely attended Tuesday morning at St Boniface churcnT Deceased was the brother of Henry anti Herman Belling with the Western Union and was well known nnd highly esteemed In the East End He was thirtyoiio years old and lived with his parents at Jackson und Madison streets Miss Bessie Wcstfnll daughter of Capt Westfall Superintendent of the Alms House died Sunday morning at the family resilIence after a protract ed Illness of n complication of diseases Miss Westfal was widely known for lien lovable disposition and activity as n Christian charity worker and the nets of her death was re ceived everywhere with expressions of deep sorrow mingled with gloom Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Helens church und n long cortege of mourning friends followed the remains to St Louis cemetery Mrs Theresa Hatterman widow of the late Joseph Ito itermmun succumbed Monday to an attack of typhoid pneumonia She hud attained a ripe old age and that les sened her chances for recovery Mrs Batterman hall lived here many years and was held In the highest es teem by those who knew her Tight children Misses Margaret Luln and Theresa Batterman Mrs William Brooker Mrs Henry Siebel and Martin Edward and Charles Batterman survive her The funeral took place yesterday morning from St Louis Certrands church Gloom was cast over St Mary Magdalens parish when word was spread Sunday morning that Mrs Waller wife of the late Herman Waller and mother of Miss Wilhcl mina and Adolph Waller was no more For some time she had been In failing health nnd her death was not altogether unexpected Mrs Wal ler was the laughter of William Springer for years in the mineral water business here and was forty nine years old She was widely known for her charitable work among the poor and the several goingleneRhappy fanny circle but throughout the city as there were none who knew her but liked her Time funeral services were held Monday morning when Bev Father William Cause poltl celebrated the solemn high mass of requiem nnd paid a tender tribute to tIle life and character of the de ceased by whose death the church had sustained distinct loss QALVESTONS CELEBRATION Next April will mark the sixtieth anniversary of the ctabllshment of time Diocese of Galveston and the twentyfifth of the consecration of the Bi ht acv Bishop Gallagher In honor of the double jubilee the Cathedral will be improved by the erection of a handsome marble altar tiling the floor of the aisles and sanctuary stuccoing the exterior of the edifice installing a number of mfemorlnl windows nnd adding an en tire new set of pews It is expected that the generosity of the parishioners wilt enable these improvements to be made without Incurring debt upon the property u e e- 3e CUT OUT Mobile IrlHMAinorlcaiiH mind Iii borniniiH Suppress Diii usl lug Burlesque Manager Tannonbaiiin Cancels Engagement of Fimiiguuri Bull Company Posters Which Wore TJnn nson able and Obicutlonablu Plastered Over EXAMPLE FOR OTHERS TO FOLLOW The people of Mobile Ala lust week took a hoard fall out of the stage Irishman und In a manner that might be successfully followed in other cities Barred from the better class of theaters is a bunch of barn stormers traveling through the South under the title of the Flnnlgan Hall Company This show was hooked to appear in the Mobile Theater last Friday night and the hill hoards of the city were covered with posters burlesquing the Irish race Prompt ncion was akeu by he Ancient Order of Hibernians mod prominent citizens who were backed by the Mayor and city government with the result that the posters were plastered over and Manager Tnniienbaum refused the company the use of his theater Moth papers of the city have accounts of the affair as follows Mayor Patrick J Lyons and two other prominent IrishAmerican citi zens of this city as a committee of three from the relent Order of Hibernians of Mobile coiled upon Manager Jake Tannenbauin of the Mobile Theaer yesterday afternoon und raised objection not only to the posters advertising Finnegans Ball billed to appear at the Mobile Thea ter Friday matinee and night but to the performance itself They claimed that the show brought time Irish race into ridicule and that the bill hoards were offensive for the reason that in their opinion there are people wlu accept the exaggerated stage Irish man as an accurate type Mr Tan nenbaum set himself right with the Hibernians by assuring the commit tee that he would not permit his theater to be used as a vehicle for criticising any nationality Wlitn he made the date for the company he tilt so on the assurance that the tenth would be changed on account of the criticisms the company received last season but he has learned in time last few hours that the team is tie saute He wired the company whlen played nt Montgomery last night not to fill time engagement in this city The manager of the company qikkly wired hack that there was absolutely nothing objectionable in the KOW and It would fill the contract within the Mobile theater Getting no relief from this source Mr Tannenbaim wired Mr Mack the owner of the show at Galveston asking him not to send the show to Mobile on account of the objection of the lrlsiv people He expects to receive a rrlyIhli afternoon The objectionable pastors have been covered Something Doha Every Minute and other posters advertising Finni gans all a theatrical company which was hooked to appear at the Mobile Theater Friday night and which depicted sons of Erin in all manner of antics were plastered over with date lines this morning the majority of the features of alleged Coveringthe bill boards of the city was the result of exceptions taken by a large number of prominent Mobillans of Irish descent who called upon Manager Tannenbauin last night and stated their grievances They told Col Tannenbauin that there were do ings depicted upon the posters which were unreasonable and objectionable Manager Tannenbaum listened to the gentlemen und in his usual cour teous manner told theta that if there was anything in the posters the least objectionable he would have them cowered up The order went forward this morning and his word was kept The objectionable part of the posters particularly one which pre sented an Imaginary scene on Broadway New York which included a representative of nearly every nationality received attention This poster gave forth the Impression that something was doing every min ute and the Irish policeman was real busy The Finnigans Ball company Is said to have among its members two who arc wouldbe Irish comedians They are rank it Is said but the representatives of the com pany told Manager Tannenbauin so the information goes that they would be changed before coming to Mobile In return Manager Tannen harm told the representatives that If they were not changed he would cancel the company as he did not want nay barnstormers nt his house Later It was said that the company might cancel their Mobile engagement LAID TO REST Many mounrlng friends paid the last tribute of respect to the memory of Mrs Margaret Perry wife of Prof James Perry nt her funeral which took place from St Louis Ber trands church of which she was for many years n most devout member Mrs Perry was born in Limerick Ireland in l 830t and was a daughter of Anthony Quinn who was at one time head of the phllosphlcnl department tli w u of Queens College In Cork She was a well known pianist and organist mill received her early training in Cork where her father placed her In charge of several of the famous teachers of that city Tier ability as a musician was well recognized among her large circle of friends in Louisville where on frequent oc casions she was the pianist of prom nent Catholic choruses She was married to Prof Perry In New V rk City in 1SOn and was the mother of eleven children eight of whom sur PerryWililnnti ferrytime JoseplmineMrs Charles Hammerstein AWARD OF PRIZES Mackin Councils Fall Festi val Was Every Way a Success The weathers of Mnckiii Council are jubilant over the success of their fall festival andinn all sides are singing the praises of President liiiidy Chairmun James Shelley and time committees and ladles who ren tiered Invaluable assistance Treas urer Ton Clines announce that the net proceeds will not fall under J000 Matkins two humps were crowded nightly and nil went away pleased with the treatment theyre eeived The contest between the la dies was decided Friday night the first prize going to Mss Florence Kust who had u tremendous lead Miss Mary Gloom Miss Loraine Flow nery Jennie Donnelly Mrs Mary Hrndcr and Miss llattie Hoffman fin ished in the order named and were awarded their prizes in a happy man ner by Messrs Baidy Kieffer Shelly Sand Clines and Higgins The crowd was HO great Saturday night that the award of prizes in the combina tion book hall to be postponed till Monday when the following proved to be the TackyI winners Handsome rocker Mrs P L Longdon center table 1 Diel Hrussels dnigget Fred Frank two years subscription to Kentucky Irish American William T Jtannon chlffionier 23 Frank Kelly parlor lamp lien Schieman mantel clock Joseph Hecktenwald load of coal Miss Elizabeth Hawkins Indies 25 cloak Miss Florence Kast prizeInskirt Haniey Flynn Mrs Flynn will get It gents fancy vest or trousers D T Neal airtight heater M J Ditgnn gents suit 30 M T Ban non sideboard 30 George Yolien der brass bed 50 Miss Lillian Hiicnngle Indlannptlis piano 300 Miss Mary Glenn winner second prize diamond ring In ticket selling contest COMMENDS CATHOLICS Utterances of Rev Dr Powell In Sermon at Macaulcys Theater The Uev E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church of this city in a sermon at Macauleys Theater last Sunday gave utterance to sonic strong convictions on the divorce question and commended the Catho Ill church for its consistency Deploring the rapid growth in Kentucky of what he called tho di force evil Dr Powell attacked in vigorous language the growing pub lie sentiment In favor of the remar riage of divorcees Shame on that type of Americanism he said I believe that the righteous scorn of the public should be felt In this matter as a very whip of steel To think that this state of affairs should exist in Kentucky Kentucky the home of chivalry priding herself en her Junior of womanhood her splendid traditions her magnifi cent Ideals her glorious manhood and refined womanhood May God have mercy upon our souls lie it said to the honor of the Boman Catholic church that it has con sistently safeguarded the marriage institution It is unquestionably true that with but few exceptions it hac stood as a stone wall against marital infidelity Other churches recently have taken up the question seriously Perhaps the Episcopal church lias been next in Its emphasis of the in violability of the marriage bond I believe the time has come when the ministers of all churches should de cline to remarry divorcees save on tho grounds mentioned by our Lord 1 admit that I have remarried them on other than New Testament grounds but I feel now as if I should be guilty of dishonor to Him if I were to do such a thing FATHER OBRECHT COMING flue flight Bev Edmund M Obrccht abbot of Gcthsemane who has been in South Africa und Europe for nearly n year will return to this city sonic I tlnw next week on his way to the abbey in Nelson county Abbot I Olrecht has been inspecting tins I monasteries of his order in South I Africa by order of the authorities in nOlnejIe has made his report to the Holy See and will now resume his duties in Nelson county JUDGE MCANN BETTER Judge John McCann has for several days been unable to preside in the Police Court For some time past the Judge has lcen complaining null the first of the wcekhe was taken ill und confined to his residence on Sixth street Ills condition has some what Improved and he muy bo able to return to the bench today or Monday JUDGE HAGER KcntttcldniiB Will Nominate Him For Governor Next Tuesday The Nan Who Knows the Poo pie and Knows Their Needs Will Prove a Safe and Conserv ative Executive and Leader DONT FORGET HIM WHEN YOU TOT The primary that Is to be hel throughout Kentucky next Tuesday ii equally as important as the election for the reason that on that day met will be named for all the State of flees That day we will decide wit will he our next Governor and a this Is the race that interests tin people most directly it Is the on I hl should uponJudgedate we f1vor is a gentleman to th manor boito and n truer und bette Democrat hoes noMivt He has ban wide experience anuSjias provei ttrue blue More than this Iris fa n pntitles are with the great comrajp people and he Is always ready t battle in their cause He kmcs people and knows their neL ever In the front ranks fo ant a auaJlIeVer traits stron in t early conviction which lie will defenc to the last He never waits to set the turn of time popular wave befor he mules up his mind and for thif reason you can always place hin Few men have this characteristic the marked degree that he ha sincerity of purpose fine juj and unflinching courage baJ the highest integrity and a ftiring industry mmnke him a rav and nhlRbeetdevotedpeople his election to the Governor ship at this time when men of his disposition are so badly needed should receive a tvelme of time WaHHeSt ami heartiest m the Democrats of the whoffi waJflellt probthntStaU administration The fact which is everyhomegivestheers of this great land of ours thd consideration and the attention they are entitled to brings the Importance otherStntlsentatives of the people nearer to the hearts of the citizens of this na tion and points out Indirectly If not directly the necessity of select ing men who will fight for the peo pIe to occupy these positions Jndglingerthis race we urge every Democrat to make it a matter of personal ill tcrest and of patriotism to go to tIll pools on that tiny and do his shard In numbing his majority n record breaker COUNTY BOARD Arranging For Proper Obsi ance of St Patricks Day The County Hoard of time Ancien Order of Hibernians at the regula ninthly meeting decided that titer should be a fitting observance of Si Patricks tiny in this city on Marcj 17 next Messrs John A Murpln County President and Thomas P Clines William T Median D J Cole man and Joe Lcnilian representing the four divisions were appointed n special committee to arrange for the celebration amid they at once secured Mncauleys Theater Meetings will beheld anti a programme mapped out that will insure an entertainment of a high ordtfr and a detailed report will be submitted at the November meetingThe Committee reported that they hind been somewhat delayed with their work but that it would not be long until the book was is sued State President Butler attended the meeting and in n short but timely address made a number of suggestions as lot to increase the membership In Kentucky Tho nues tion of n new home that nowp fronts the order was not disc the delegates preferring to post action until later in the year JOHN CUDAHY HERE John Cudahy the millionaire packer who controls the Louisville Packing Company was here this week looking after the improyem uts being made nt the big plant on Story avenue Mr Cudahy Is a believer In rigid inspection and will spend 200000 on the Louisville plant innky ing it second to none in the country As soon as the improvenien arc 11completedput in full operation giving employ ment to hundreds of men ii Ai J f AJIia JL 20 MUCKY IRISH flMERIGfWi and Social Advancement of all Irish Amerlcaastoted to the Moral KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS BSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c entered at the Lowlavtllo PostoKlce ns Second Ctass Matter diciaall Commonlcallonitolbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Sired 4EcOUUclLour i OUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1906 ARREST THE LOAFERS kLouisville hasbeenlong afflicted th a horde of loafers and idlers vho have been committing all sorts of rimes and of late it has becen un safe for people to venture on the itreets after dusk The order of nor Barth and the Hoard of Safety o the police department to arrest very ablebodied white and black nan without visible means of sup ort found loitering on the streets or barrelhouses is a good one and if opcrly enforced will have a salu try effect The number of robberies ad assaults that have taken place icently gives cause for great alarm id the police should see that the ty Is freed from the dangerous ass Under the vagrancy act these rsons may be tried In the Police urt and sent to the workhouse If und guilty The people of the city iy for the protection and the police lould see that they get it Arrest cry loafer and suspicious character d present them before Jjidge Me nn who should inflict tin heaviest issiblo penal y Unless this is done 10 city will continue to be infested Ji thugs anti thieves who are a jice to property and person- sSENATORSHIP primary to be held next ISU y the voters of Kentucky will jrmlne who shall be their next mber ot the United States Senate a Icadlifg candidate is the Hon mes B McCreary the present in unbent who seeks a rcnomlnatlon nd endorsement of his course in that igust body This has always been le custom In Kentucky and it is l lo hoped there will be no change time Senator McCreary has Splendid record and no man tf is better equipped fore office lie seeks All his life he s been conservative ns a law Inker and executive fearless and just tween all men and always on the side of the people He has just closed i vigorous ampalgn that was con 1111 1gh grounds and without r and everywhere he made Impression The people of ucky recognize in him the man the hour and unless all signs fall hey will give him the nomination by great majority SCARCITY OF LABOR Jrom several sections of the United States comes tLe cryof the Amen an Manufacturers Association that here is a dearth of laborers Inves Igatlon develops the fact that the 6w standard of wages oftered by the slumbers of the association 1ms piven desirable employes to meek em L ymcnt In more lucrative fields 10 importation of foreigners is Jelng considered It may be well says a well known labor writer for those wouldbe destroyers of unions to keep In view the labor contract law which forbids such nefarious practices It would also be well for TL sleuth of the Immigration IK tent to keep their eyes toward tin foreigners headed fur points re the Parryites are endeavoring obtain cheap labor If the nsso ion would refrain from practicing Ch reprehensible tactics as it cm oys and offer living wages the Ambers thereof would Lava no occa In to howl about the scarcity of ii to work they would then obtain all they desire but a selfre Bpccting citizen will not accept work In their shops if there Is n crust to lie lead honestly In other directions The harvest will not go ungarnereil if proper compensation is offered for the gathering thereof Tile desire of the association to pauperize the IIn telligent American workingman is rev sponsible for its present plight STRONG APPEAL Many there are who may not understand the Irish Parliamentary fund and the neceuslty therefor and this information can be best given them by quoting from the appeal issued bytntlonnl Trustees the Most 4cODonnell Bishop of Baphoc E Jlcdmorid M 1 nnd Alder- OMarai The Irish people 1avo once more f nutmrousi powerful and united mrtjr in Parliament The duty rc iialns of enabling that party to efficiently fulfil Its duty by giving a idnstant attendance in Parliament line liappler prdspects before our country laid the almost Infinite pov iibiijvie created My tile overthrow the JJntorilstr arid Coerclonlst overnraentjwake the constant at indanee of the whole Irish party in erliainent during fiexl 8Csson of raniourifc tImportance It is not too I t 4 much to say that the whole future of our country depends upon how this duty If fulfilled Its fulfillment however depends upon the country itself It can not demand constant attendance from its members unless It provides the means necessary to make that attendance possible Commenting on the foregoing this Dundalk Democrat says the members of the Irish Parliamentary party are selected not for their worldly posi tion or financial resources but for their ability and patriotism The country has the services of these men they are for the most part men of outstanding abilities which they could turn to better account so far as they themselves are concerned if they so desired Since they have chosen to devote their abilities to the service of their country it is the merest justice that the country should recompense them and since nil that the Irish members ask for is n sum sufficient to maintain them during their attendance at Westminster It would be churlish on the part of any Irishman to refuse his contribution to the fund nay it would be foolish in the last degree for if they dont jetaln the party at Westminster they hand the destinies of the country over to those who have no Inter est In its welfare and who will legis late for It and govern iit without regard to the wishes of its people Keumas MaeManus of Donegal Ire Irma the famous poet and novelist has arrived for ii lecture tour in th United States He will speak on the following subjects Irish Wit and Humor Irish Fairy and Folk Lore and How Is Old Ireland and lion Does She Stand a political dis course and will also give readings from his own works There has been talk of bringing him to this city which we sincerely hope will be done Fortytwo States and three Terri tories will hold elections next Tues day The present House of Repre sentatives is composed of 250 Ue publlcans and 130 Democrats In twentytwo States Legislatures are to be chosen which will elect Senators Fourteen of these are now represented by Republicans and eight by Democrats Kentucky will elect eleven Congressmen but no State officers The first duty of every Democrat In Louisville and Jefferson county Is to see that non Swagar Sherley gets the full Democratic vote next Tuesday and a little more for good measure DECISION REACHED Rights of Catholic Church Bestowed on Spalding Colcman According to reports that were given wide publicity this week the appeal of the relatives of the late Spalding Coleman to Archbishop Moellcr against the action of Bishop McCloskey in denying tit right of Catholic burial to their dead rein tIe has been sustained This deci slot of Archbishop Moeller seems satisfactory to all concerned and the Catholics of this city the people of the Domichm parish especially are glad the controversy is ended IJlshop McClosked has the letter from Archbishop Moeller and will in nil probability stake known its con tents through the columns of the Record It is known however that a solemn mass of requiem will take place nt SL Louts llertrnnds church perhaps next week and that the grave In which the body lies maybe blessed This case was one of exceeding regret and it Is altogether likely that hind the Bishop been in the city when the arrangements were being made the trouble would have been avoided It has attracted attention nil over the country because of the prominence of time parties at interest and by many is looked upon as cause for congratulation among the Domini can priests who are relieved of the imputation of having erred CRENSHAW AND SCALLV II C Crcnshaw candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Agricultural Commissioner has asso elated with him our fellowtownsman Thomas Scally a Democrat of un questioned standing and one who is always found In the front rank and In the firing line when the party needs his services Tom Is the pres ent efficient State Labor Inspector and employers and employes will vote to continue him In the posi Hon We bespeak for time two the solid support of the voters in this City on Inspector Scullys account It gratificationtonomination of Mr Crenshaw who is a man of tine character and by ex perience well qualified to fill the position ho seeks 0 SOCIETY 11 Mrs tattle Welch of Cincinnati was this week the guest of relatives in Jeffersonville Dr Leo IHooh and wife have re turned from Europe where they spent the past few months Tames Fitzpatrick joyfully announced to his friends Tuesday that MISS FLORENCE KAST Winner ol Pint Prize lit Mackin Council Fall Festival a James Jr hand arrived at his home In time for the November election William C OConnor of 1232 Churchill street who has been extremely MISS MARY GLENN Carried Away Second Prize aud Piano illof typhoid fever is reported im proving und his numerous friends will be ghul to hear the good news Edward P Toomey who has been located in St Louis and Itellvllle 111 for the past year arrived home Wed nesday std says he Is here to stay until he hcnrs the blast of Gabriels horn Joseph Burger and bride who were married last week at St Williams rectory have gone to housekeeping at 1001 West Oak street where they are at home to their friends Before their union the bride wns Mrs Min nie Ausbcck Whitcomb Tune many Louisville friends of John A Brlslau one of the best known young men of Frankfort who under went n surgical operation last week will be glad to learn that he con tinues to Improve and with no tin foreseen setback nay be removed to day to his home on High street Miss Mary Houlihan and John Harper was married Wednesday afternoon at St Louis Bertrands church Sixth and St Catherine the Rev Father Flood performing the ceremony Both are well known In the parish and a great number of friends were present to extend con grntulntlons George B Snlender and his es tunable wife of Frankfort celebrated the fifteenth nnnivcrsary of their amrriuge Monday night with a reception to their many friends at the rooms of the Young Mens Demo cratic Club in that city The worthy couple were the recipients of con gratulations from many Louisville friends anti others throughout the State Wednesday morning In All Saints church at Tnylorsvllle Miss Alice JosephJbeing solemnized with a mass by the Ucv Father Breitner Thomas Mudd brother of the bride was best man and Mss Herrmann sister of the groom was maid of honor The church was tastefully decorated with potted plants ferns and palms nnd notwithstanding the early hour ninny were present to witness the cere mony manyUnlloweening was that given to a number of her young girl friends by Miss Adele Schneldcrlmn at her hone 1821 West Chestnut street All kinds of games were played and the girls met with some comical surprises Among the number present were Misses Cleophas Gates Marie Dougherty Josephine Ulrich Marie Lnwler Mary Ella nrgnretHIgginsSchnelderhan SI Augustines church in Jefferson ville wns the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday morning when Miss populnrdnugliterGarrltty became the bride of Tim KInney The nuptial mass and mar bythepresence of a large gathering of friends and relatives of the happy recipientsThe groom is a son of John KInney nil Is one of the prominent young men of Jeffersonynle- In the presence ofn large gathering of friends and relatives the marriage of Miss Mary JCelly nnd Dennis Glenn C a wns solemnized at the Cathedral Wednesday afternoon After the cere mony their wus n reception nnd sup per nt the home of the brides par fits 1110 Maple street and then the happy pair left for Providence this State where they will reside The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Kelly nnd wns a favorite In her social circle where she will be missed Mr Glenn Isn well known Illinois Central engineer and his friends congrntulntcd him upon cap luring his handsome bride The engagement of Miss Etta Mar- tine and Louis 11 Dugan has been announced the ceremony to take plnee nt St Louis Bertrnnds church on Thanksgiving afternoon at 4 oclock Mss Martine is the pretty nnd talented daughter of Mrs Mar- tine of Oldham street while Mr Dugnn is engaged in business nt Seventh and lane streets and Is one of time best known young men in Cnthollcs circles mill will be promi neatly remembered for his active participation In Catholic entertain ments Their ninny friends will be pleased to hear of their engagement nnd all will wish them Godspeed on the sea of matrimony One of tho Inrgent and most bril holyllosaryof Miss Bridget E Tsolan and Moses P Doyle of New Albany whlish was solemnized with n nuptial hljrh mass The church was thronged with friends of the young nay who Is one of Its most popular members Miss Katie Woodcock was bridcsmnld amid John P Hopkins best man nnd little Misses Mary amid Loretta Casey acted ns flower girls Following the cere pony there was n reception and wed ding breakfast at he home of the bride The happy couple are now in their new home on West Fifth street lets Albany where they will make their permanent residence Invitations are out for the mar riage of Miss Kntherine Tierney and Thomns E Downey which will be solemnized nt St Louis Bertrnads church on Wednesday afternoon November 28 at 4 oclock The bride elect Is time sister of Mrs William II Conley and Is the possessor of traits of character that make her a favorite among lien wide circle of friends nUll admirers Mr Downey Is one of the most popular men in tIll employ of the L S X nnd for years lies been prominent In the Ancient Order of Hibernians and other Catholic so cities The worthy couple will carry with them into their new life the hopes of their many friends for a long journey of bliss and happiness FIRST TIME MADE President Roosevelt will next Thurs tiny set sail from New York on the first journey ever made to n foreign land by a President of the United States It will be the beginning of his trip to Panama to Investigate personally the conditions and situa lion in the cnnnl zone and will cause his absence from Washington till time latter part of the month Leaving this soil the President will break the traditions of the past but everybody knows Teddy cares nothing for tra dition WANT HIM BEAT The Sheet Metal Workers Union I has declared a holiday for next Tuesday and the members will spend theI day at the polls In an effort to defeat K G Henrtick who is n candi date for School Trustee in the Forty seventh Legislative district Action to this effect was taken nt n special meeting of the anion the reasons assigned therefor being that HeartioU vas unfair to organized labor and uncompromisingly pledged to tIll open shop y CHEER FOR THE CHIEF Capt Thomas Maher Chief of Detectives has almost entirely re covered from the attack of rheuma tism and malaria for which he has been undergoing two weeks treat ment at St Anthonys Hospital and It is now thought he will be able to return to his post within the next few days During his confinement his friends were continually calling bringing flowers and kind remem brances that were very cheering PAINFUL INJURIES Mrs Kate McCloskey living at 1001 Story avenue was knocked down and painfully Injured at Main and Wcnzcl streets Wednesday night by three horses The animals escaped from n stable and were running wild when the accident happened Patrolman Moran say the accident and had Mrs McCloskey taken to her home where she received medical attention COLESBURQ Rev Father Rock of the Cathe dral has been conducting a very sue cessful and largely attended mission this week at St Clares church at Colesburg this diocese of which the Rev John Gastoldl is the pastor Father Rock Is well known In that section anti many cnme long tIlt dlstnnces to hear his able and convincing sermons FORTY HOURS The beautiful forty hours devo votlons will begin tomorrow morning at the high mass at St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak streets and continue until Tuesday Rev Denis Murphy the pastor will be as sisted by several of the local clergy and the people of St Williams will be treated to some very eloquent sermons CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet In regular monthhly ses sion next Friday night in St Marys lInn It is expected that some very important business will be transacted and in addition reports in which nil are interested Presi dent MGinn requests the presence of all delegates j Let your means overrun your wants not your vants overrun your means Lt o KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsq where shortlyformMemphis Council hns twenty nppll cations on file for Its coming initia tion Memphis Cciuncll willlconfer the second and third degrees on u class of fifty at 1acl son Tcnn on Sunday November 11 Time initiation that was planned for Thanksgiving day at Dayton Ohio has been postponed until February Time three degrees will then be given There will be an exemplification of the three degrees at Greensburg hid on Sunday November 18 Quite a number of Covlngton Knights will attend the ceremonies Dayton Council one of the most openitsto the ladles of the household of the members every Thursday afternoon and evening Bluegrass Council will put on the three degrees at Lexington on Sun day November 23 Cincinnati will exemplify the second It Is expected that a large attendance from Louisville will be present at the ceremo nies The council at Plquu Olio will hold Its second initiation the latter part of this month This initiation fol lowing so closely the installation of the council speaks for the healthy PiquaNulghtsLouisville Council has secured time services of the rev Father Kelly for the annual lecture that will take place at Macauleys Father Kelly was for years chaplain at time West Point Military Academy and Is a priest of distinction Auburn Council has thrown open its new quarters In the Columbus block to public Inspection Large and handsome as the rooms were before the fire when they compared favorably with any in New York State they are now declared to be larger and handsomer then ever before The Crescent City Knights are be ing congratulated for having upon their roster the first Archbishop applying for membership the conferring of time three degrees upon his Grace the Most Rev Archbishop IHenk malting especially Interesting the recent New Orleans initiation ElA GULLION Deserves Nomination As Su perintendent of Public Instruction Mr E A Gulllon of Xew Castle Henry county was in this city during the past week calling on frlnds and acquaintances in the interest of his candidacy for Superlntendentof Pub lie Instruction at the Democratic primary Mr Gulllon has been en dorsed by every prominent school teacher amid Instructor in the State and Is eminently fitted for the office to which he aspires having served ns Suncrintendcnt of the common schools of Carroll county for sixteen years and has taught in the schools from the backwoods to the classes in our lending colleges Mr Gulllon has been a lifelong Democrat and Ills nomination by that party would be u tower of strength to that ticket in the general election In the event of his election he pledges his time and talent for the success and betterment of every school in the State CHRISTMAS FANCY WORK Xow is time time to get together patterns and materials for the fancywork which Is to turn into Christmas gifts The theater bag mashes a charming little gift which may be adapted to old and young as it is carriedout in gray white or black It is embrolderied in beads and spanglesUse silk or soft suede and work in the dots with beads and the rest of the pattern in oblong rind round spangles The bag is made dike on both sides and has a fringe of beads added to it as a border With gray silk use steel beads and silver spangles with black use jet anti black spangles or a dainty alma beautiful bag may be made with white or yellow silk uono in yellow or spanglesPrettylight weight bits of furniture tapestry also make lovely Jags by following the woven pattern In nutting on the beadwork oteel chain and clasp should be used for the gray gilt for the yellow and gun metal for the black FRIENDS Never judge n friend by his reln tives bun by his friends One Isnt responsible for his relatives Be they good bad or indifferent they are thrust upon him but friends are self chosen and what they are so Is the person When you want fine Job Printing r VOTE FOR R C CRENSHAW OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY The Present Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture f- orGollimissIolloro floriculture LABOR AND STATISTICS DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY TUESDAY NOV G VOTE FOR 5WHAGF3RDemocratic GOVERNORSubject to Action of Democratic Primary Nov 6 JAMES B MCCREARY CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION TO THE Senate of the United States Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary Nov 6 1900 VOTE FOR McGREARY WHOSE NAME IS LAST ON THE BALLOT 1906 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1906 VOTE FOR SWAGAR SHERLEYDEMOC- RATIC NOMINEE F- ORCONGRESSFifth Kentucky Dist- rictDONT FAIL TO VOTE V FOR THE SEWER BONDSNOV- EMBER ELECTION 1906 Vote for a Farmer for the Head of the Agricultural Department of the State JaW 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 I Newman if elected LILLARD CARTER of Lawrenceburg Anderson County for ATTORNEY GENERAL Bryan Elector 8th District 1896 Floor Leader Senate 1900 Succeeded Goebel as President of Senate Acting Lieutenant Governor 19001902 Introduced and secured passage McChord Railroad Bill YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co SOIL W 1 tIA23KI T STRn 3 T ti 1 34 S 3 SS S S S S pp ypCp t HOTEL HOEMER5 HENRY G HOEMER Proprietor i 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con g uptodatehoteland x- ii I FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION xs s A x 3x AA 3KSK 00000JOe- r HOPKINSWeek matt CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY KLEIN OH BROS NICHOLSON Americas Leading Musical Artists JlyIts McCarthys Co in The Race Touts Dream Mannings Entertainers humorous sketch artists Chas P Scmou the narrow tel ler nellclalre Bros Iuro an gymnasts Reiff Droa vaudeville cleverest singers amid dan eels Johnstones Cooke presenting a shave fora wife and the Klnpdrome with 100 to One Shot and other new views call and see our work Price are right u BUCKINGHAMMATINEE d WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 4tCherry Blossoms CompanyPRESENTING The Serpentine Shower And two clever musical comedies with a laugh in every line U o i a n JCCrArr r j STRAIGHT CREEKi COALI Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound hthanany other bituminous coal W 25 100 Bushels Bushels 1500II 100 Bushels Jellico Lump SCANLON COAL COJIncorporated I Nintht and Kentucky ppppp First and P HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J Ju BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3S East J ain Sheet 4 + t +++t4 4 44 M + + + H t t I I t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT jj Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promplly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET 4 1+ + M4MM M M M M M M + 4 + 4 M f 4 t ff Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carrteces Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 ttttttttttttt 1 U1I IHHUHI1ItI J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crtrd a 1531 W MARKET STREET ENDS Peon1andCspertdctounUntFoe BusIness Good Employment and sfeau on wnrrr ron run INOHUMOM v 661ItrMonKsttaalSMk MAIN STREETS SIXTH AND iiuUlUnQlOUISYLIEKY Business College OFFICE HOURS ST06 SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 tWANTptha least money our Dentistry Will Please YOUIiI We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J GOUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co tPflfR M AANDRIOT 8SONS t WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires g 205 AND 207 WEST OREEN STREET HENRY ftAIJ1J PIILS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phM sear 528 Fiftk Street u lo r 0 uU y PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeflersonvllle hospltaforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jcflersonvllle Ind 1 ANOTHER RESOUNDING PEAL- to call the attention of builders and owners to the fact that plastering needi 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 Ky i Also operating the Hoosier WalKPlas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 s ALBERT TTt SCHRANZ f 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN r T a- C n ri HIBERNIANS JJ- What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 is looking for a large number of applications at the next meetingAn effort should be made eligibleIntoJanuary 1III Providence Hibernians have stopped the posting of bills in that clty that are insulting to either their religion or nationality Division 2 held nil interesting meet ing last night and approved the ac tion of time County Board relating to St Patricks day The Ladies Auxiliary will meet next Wednesday night and all members ur urged to attend especially those who have not yet seen their new home Division 1 at its next meeting will determine the nature of entertain ment to be given during the winter laving obtained the consent of the County Board Any member who fails to attend the social session and reception of Division 3 Monday night will miss what promises to be the Hibernian trent of the season At the regular meeting of Division 9I of Providence an initiation of can didates and reception to the newly elected officers brought out a great gathering of members The recent Suffolk county convention held at Boston was composed of 282 delegates representing sixtyfive divisions AntI the work of organiz- Ing others still goes on New York Hibernians at the recent county convention held in Grand Army Hall at Cohoes adopted resolu lions advocating the study of Irish history in the public schools Members of the St Patricks day committee are now ready to receive suggestions that will make for n grand celebration of the feast of Ire lands patron saint Tills is the time to send them in Division 11 of Utica has been holding some pleasant card parties at the homes of members the proceeds of which will be devoted to the Hi bernian table at the fair for St Patricks church in that city At the last meeting of Division 2 of Albany it was decided to organize a ladies auxiliary Six candidates were initiated in full form and committees were appointed to arrange for a series of winter entertain mentsNext month the annual election of division officers will take place The order here has always land good men at its head andcarc should 1be exercised in selecting successors for those who have become ineligible or will not serve longer Division 4 of Duluth Ilion has taken up the study of Irish history Inn practical way Chapters of Nolans history are read and discussed at preIlictcd prosper as a result of this cove Tar some months past there has Trot bran an initiation in this city but degreetenmin time near future There is not a division lucre but that has candidates awaiting the honors The Maryland State Hoard has Stlmuuls ManningFanner longbermorganization AMUSEMENTS There will be things doing at the Jjsonic all of next week lap Ward goingtoa favorite here us everywhere and It is said he brings the brightest und best play of Ills career this time In the present day It is the play of heart interest that appeals to the patronageSnelmwhich will be the bill nil of next week at Jfncauleys The popularity of this play leas grown greater with each season and it may be sure of a cordial welcoin Vaudeville patrons are promised something out of the ordinary next week at the Hopkins A carefully selected bill has been prepared for the votaries of the continuous mud the prediction is made by the man agement that it will be declared the best bill of the season Old and new friends will be found in the number iskeeping1 furnishingvaudeville Next weeks bill Is nn exception in that it is the strongest CherryBlossoms spectaculne1VrongCountBelow with laughs close together MONKS NOT FRIARS What is the different between a monk and a friar All friars are monks but all monkcs are not friars except in the etymological sense of the word friar Friar is an English word derived from the Xornan here which meahri brother But usage lIDs made the term friar applicable solely to certain mendicant or begging orders There are four orders of friars Franciscans or friars minor Dominicans or AugusoUans preachingfriarsthe fourth as Austin friars But each member of these orders is also called a monk and his home is pop ulnrly called a monastery The mem bers of religions congregations as Jesuits Passionists Paulists Re demptorists are also called monks more often regulars but never friars eongregatlons I ders arc called brothers but custom s- rI DONT WAITb- ut come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITUREof Wm FMayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Have Your Prescription Filled In TORICLENSEStou- nttd with Southern Optical Co eye glASS damps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of IouIsville Ky Inc Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticlac Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRVPTOK INVISI BLK BIFOCAL for Kentucky I I I I I t Comb Phone 1389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM COI MANUFACTURERS OK 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 627633EIGHTH ST All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable pri- cesCBTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JiflirtonSt Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Oreen Streets ufACRULHYS One week commencing Monday Nov 5 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday Way Down East Seats now on sale has never given them the title friars CLEMENCEAU French Premier art Atheist and Stcrn OppoSer of the I Church Georges Ucnjamiu mencenuvlio has been chosen new French Premier with power to form a new Cabinet has been in public life several years and Las been called the Warwick of French politics He is sixtyfive years old was educated as a physician unit is an expert in skin diseases Upon the accession of Napoleon III he was compelled to leave France and com ing to America he taught Franch in a girls school at Greenwich Conn and within a very short time marriedI Miss Mary hummer one of Ills pupils Subsequently they were divorced andI Mme Clemenccau died n few years ago Clemenceau has been a memlJel- of several Cabinets He is an and stern in his opposition to the Roman Catholic church At one he upheld Uoulanger mind he was one of the friends oi Dreyfus WTSteaH SAJS Clemenccan is a Jacobin rein carnated Int1l0 sl in of uii oppor tunist He will now have an oppor tnnlty to display any qualities of leadership ot which ho may be pos sensed Heretofore he has been recognized for his powers and qualifica tions OK an opponent of any govern ment in power ralntedi enameled them Place new tins over time flrq with boiling water in them and allow severalhouru r 0 c- miii IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges VdterfordV new technical Insti tutu WitH opened Thursday by the Bishop of Wnterford and Llsmore Tire destroyed the lloake drapery establishment at Carlow and the fancy establishment of the Misses Bailey adjoining Tames Bourke a farmer residing near Thurlcs has been remanded for trial charged with the murder of his married sister At a meeting held in Belfast a deputation was appointed to wait on the corporation in reference to the health of the city Recently the business of the Tnl laght petty sessions was carried out in the new court house erected by the Dublin County Council A verdict of suicide was returned at the inquest held at the Armagh military barracks on the body of Corporal McCabe who was found slot Bninuel Ifitehin anti Francis 1ar rell both Jreenore men met with cycling accidents the latter being so badlyI hurt that he was sent to the outh Infirmary Time barley crop this year is fine and the yield plentiful and in actdl lion it has all been saved in the finest weather The opening price is fourteen shillings per barrel The demise of Editor McKiltrirk late with the Drogheda Argus caused widespread regret He was a young nun of the most amiable disposition and was well liked by his colleagues Time new church at Mulranny was solemnly dedicated on Sunday by ills Grace time Archbishop of Tunm There was a large attendance of the clergy and laity and the ceremonies were of nn impressive character Ulshop OTnllaghan at the distribution of prizes at St Vincents school in Cork dwelt on the educa tioh question and said no attempt to introduce in Ireland a mixed aid godless education would be success fulMatthew McGnhnn a youth of Coolcredln met with a serious accident at Carnaloghue While feeding a threshing mill his hand caught in the feeders with the result that his arm was literally torn from the socket unstable Patrick Clarke stationed DrogIlIliu under the influence of drink while on duty anti attempting to arrest men on the charge of drunkeness rlmo were duly sober Ulgilltrntlontnioning the attention of the Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary party to the conduct of rent agents in Belfast who have caused the disfranchise went of voters in West Belfast A very successful meeting was held in Ardee for the purpose of starting a branch of the Gaelic League Large numbers of townspeople and many others from the surrounding dis tricts attended the meeting which was presided over by the Rev P Matthews The death of Mrs Henry Brnni gan after a protracted illness oc casioned deep sorrow among the youth of Castleblaney She was a beloved teacher in the National schools The funeral at St Mays I was ate 1I1ed by the general public and school children in processional order The celebration of Arbor week will be observed in Ireland this year on the last three days of October and the first three in November Up to the time of the Union there was a society in Dublin subsidized by grants from the Irish Parliament which pjimted about 4000000 trees per annum With the destruction of the Irish Parliament this useful society passed out of existence We regret to have to announce the death of 15ev James Carlin the popular and lbeloved administrator of Ncwry which resulted from an attack of typhoid fever Since his or dination twentyseven years ago his ministratoins have been confined to the parish of Xewry Ills labors in the renovation of the Cathedral were relrettolive to see its completion Patrick Thornton a farmer of Kll kerlcy aged about fifty years met his death under shocking circumstances in Dundalk With his son he was delivering grain in the city and for some unaccountable reason awayEveryhorse but through its wild plunges Thornton was knocked down and the wheelof the cart passed over his body fatally injuring him HINTS ON STYLE The tailored coat striking every where from the hips to the bottom of the skirt is just now much exploited For the woman who wants some thing substantial andstill avoids blacks the pastel shades of broad cloths are unsurpassed Gowns cut with the elaborated waist linethe distinctive feature of the empire dress will prevail as a popular style this winter Smart coat gowns are made with long sleeves but as the shorter tlicytapBpear the woman who wants black will find broadcloth the only choice which looks mud seems youthful The winter will be distinctly tar ton for the Scorli plaid so imich seen in dress materials null trim mings is now introduced into wings and quills and even roses One of the most attractive things peen in light cloth coats is time llaying of heavy lace over the sleeVes Hoods once more nre fashionable and are made in light airy kinds as well as in the substantial fabrics Spread several thicknesses of news paper under the pail of water used for cleaning purposes and save time carpet floor table or whatever it rets upon u PRANK FEHRI BREWING G INCORPORAT1CX Brewers and BottleLOUISVILLE K- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Be BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMA BRE ING COJMPANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 462 X OXJXfi VIX EXS X PABST BE ALWAYS PUR Brewed from carefully select and hopsnever permitted to leav brewery until proprely agdd rELEPHONE I3e O Louisviiie urancn Jfourreentli and Jenerson S Cumb Phone Plain 1913 Home Phone THE WIEDEMAI s BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent fin Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville sKy JOHN P OERTEBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEE 14001404 Story Avenue I Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE 1 As FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE joxxxvr XB FRANK 4WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET j Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCllrrlagts 1225 W MARKET ST HENRY HUNOLD DEAIjKR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Otd Whiskies a Specialty llama Phone 4330 540 Wr WALNUT WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock A4d W GREEN sdT garmentwhenon the line lengthwise and ironed lengthwise KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER cltilcirca madetoanswered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2JOfi Pavne St OIve your boys an education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky ClassicalSdeati5candBusiness pedGymnastum MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Propri- etorHERRMANN BRC 4FINEDistillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTMJD IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty t BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZCOJ Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREE r rtt II- i ItQNTUOKY IRI8II AlI03RJOAN HE BIG STORE HIGH GRADE inter Overcoats for Men DRESSY STYLISH and DURABLE Special sale for one week beginning today and ending next Friday J iiiiGSiOiELiON M MARBLESTOME de CO Flo lII Market to St 434 WestIIFourth and HE WHY OF ITn aU p1llno players the pneumatics are the vital part of the entire mechanic In all piano players EXCEPT THE CECILIAN these pneu matics art made of wood and leather and thats where the trouble comes- n laser ket your shoes wet and have them dry hard ODe stiff Leather will do that in damp Vteaihcr for it absorbs the moisture Ever had a door- r window stick in your house 1 Its because the wood swells during the amp weather Thats tbejrouble with the wood leather pneumatics Leyare affected by the constant dhanges in the weather and caut do the work properly In the Cecilian Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics nod 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 ONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO OgSOaO FOURTH AVENUE EWELRYare now showing the finest assortment ever j in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of SILVERWARESuit- able for Wedding and Holiday Presents fleet Your Holiday Presents Now and We w L Will Reserve Them For You- rt EYES TESTED FREE UNN Jeweler530 West Market Street 3 + se + + + + + + gp + lie 6has file Rogers BOOK GO i+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES tTO SUIT EVERY TASTE Givensacal and inspect our line of goods They are the se finest of their kind In the city IMS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES fOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 1t 434 We Jefferson S1ree1 g- S+ + + I JLL Mf LI P MTJLLOY lHAS NOT ADVANCED PRICES and to offer hlgh grade goods at the following prices Sanlos 7 Ibs for 5100 Special 6lbsfor SI001 New Blend 5 Ibs for 100 Honduras 100 Mocha and Java 3 Ibs for 100 If you dont know Mulloys Coffee its time you should Phone a trial order MUJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER tflea Pbosa33a3 tail V MARKET STREETj+ I 1 J J J J J J I J I ii 1 I I I I I1f HH I H HH I I I 11+ HH1 1 +1 +i I HHiri I I 1 I I 1 i t I I 1 1 + I I I lute NORTON GURD COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF rHIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main H 11 1 I I 11111 H 1 11 1 H+H H 111 I I I 1 I 11 1 + 1Ftti t t t 1OUR1 8Year Old Clenbrook Whiskey Bottled in Bond 1 a Quart I i WM BOROMANN t WINES WHISKIES CIGARS 214210238 SEVENTH T- t 1 0BAHNON President continues 4lbsfor MJJ BANNOrf Vice Pres b Gen Mgr 424 and tI I AND P BANNONJR Treasurer Kentucky Vtriflod iikof INCORPORATKD t MnDuraQtI1rer oR VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STPSJOyS AND ROADWAYS Office 5M512 W Jeffsrswi St Works Haplla Ate Bet 911 aii 101k TELEPH N E573TELEIHO N E1252 oWl Io OlO OO o IIhel COAT SUITS sioI long continued warm weather this fall hasl made the suit manufacturers anxious to rid themselves of an overprodrction 0 18 Consequently they go at these low prices The lot consists of 150 Suits of latest style of semifitted Coat Norfolk and Prince Chap 18 models The materials are cheviots in all colors and fancy mixed osuitings in dark and medium grays All are splendidly tailored Misses sizes from 14 to 20 years and for Women from 34 to 44 IIhust measure 898 For Misses 1250 SUitsII 1000 For Misses 1500 Suits 0 I AND MISSES COATS I III 900 698iIi 1100 Womens Long Coats iBTABLISlHED I MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH 0 OO TRINITY COUNCIL I Entertains Supreme Vice President Kchoe and the Joint Committee Trinity Council had a very enthus astir meeting Monday night and entertained John Kehoe of New Yorl Supreme First Vice President of the Young liens Institute anti Messrs John Crotty Harry Colgan Joe Len han Uobert Burke anti Charles Cute representing the local Joint Commit tel of the order Vice President Kehoe delivered n carefully prepare address on Commodore Jack Harry father of the American navy anti the other visitors addressed the member on their duty to their officers and ot ganizationJoseph lien was reported stele with appendicitis and In a critical coed tion at St Anthonys Hospital fhc committee having the skating rinl reported that they hud contracted for a new oak floor for the large hal which would soon be opened with a dance for the members nnd thei friends nnd thereafter they woiil conduct there a skating rink during the balance of the season An invito tion was accepted to the euchre nnd dance to be given by the Young La dies Auxiliary at Fishers Hall on Thursday November 15 mud Pies dent Martin named the followlnj gentlemen to assist them Mess Luekett Goebel Dawson XirnheM Cunniff and Garvey THE UNLOADED GUN ThlrteenYearOId Aurihu- Healey Victim of Accl dentall Shooting While playing with a gun last Sun lay afternoon Jesse Lee fifteen years of age shot and killed Arthur Healey two rears his junior The hull entered the right groin and the Icjt Urn bled to death in n few minute lespite every effort to save his life Lee and Healey and several other toys were spending the afternoor Ilt the home of Albert Greennway who lives on n small farm near tit Sew Albany end of the Kentucky am Tndiana bridge It was while the los were playing Ina room in the louse that young Lee picked up IIU ild rifle that he thought was unload ell und fired the fatal shot The kill ng was purely accidental and no om vas more distressed over the ter ible consequences than Lee wlu felt confident the gun was not loaded realty is the son of William II I ilealey who lives at 5 Margin street mil Lee lives with his mother Mrs Sessje Lee 34 Kast Eighteenth street The case is but another of the many varnlngH against the criminal care essness of leaving loaded weapons within the reach of children whc ave no realization of their danger The press and pulpit are constantly calling attention to deaths that re nit from the supposedly unloaded lstol and gun but without avail A measure of punishment should be irovided for such carelessness which tight well be placed next in the ategory to carrying concealed deadly veapons TREATED ROYALLY The Trinity Council bowling team lefeated the St Catherine Council earn of New Haven last Saturday jvening after three exciting games being the deciding series between tJle two Those who were in the natty party were Albert F Martin Frnnk P Burke John X Kinberper tennis J Gleeson Hen Schneider alit J Barry John Sandmann and lJngene Ford Th Ney Haven team vas composed of Edward Dawson lob Greenwell M Bowling Jasper Folnison and 3rof T3di Cooines and if hey rust bowling they acquitted ihemselves more creditably in the role of entertainers assisted by lunkett Dawson and Toe G and John TF harry of New Haven A fitting testimonial to the elobornte supper erred was the fact that Mr Gleeson lid such justice to it that he became 1111 und he is a temperance advocate too 1STfADVOMNS Five new branches unit 1Q4 new members is the record of the Lra fh- olic1iiiii SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O ILD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice President Thomas D dines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording Secretary Dennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessiou 1714 Baird TeasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleasan VlcePresldentMlchael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJohn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y lam X 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 SecretaryFrank G Adam 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal James L Mnllarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW These subjects are taught by skilled special Ists each Instructor being an expert hi his tine The student 1Is given personal Individual training by practical work from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are unsurpassed This Is the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offeredatudenta Call or address WcM artlLSLt 11 WVi V Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue I Knights of America for the past nionth This is splendid for that society and should serve to create u desire among members to extend their ranks This is the last month of the hustler period and all who have members in view should go after them now I IFEDERATION II IThe regular monthly meetingof the Louisville Federation ofCatholic Societies will be held Thursday night in the rooms of the Catholic Womans Club on Walnut street One delegation Jias been Instructed f bring an important question before the bodyt and Jts dUcusaion should be heard bv all the delegates l nJ SISTERS BAZAR Catholics AM Over the Cily Are Working For Its Success Catholics nil over the city are now working hard for the success of the bazar to be given this month at Llederkrunz Hall for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd on Eighth street Meetings have been held in nearly all the parishes und the reports brought to the week general meeting at St Francis Hull at the Cathedral are most encou aging The Sisters of the Good Shl1 herd have for years been doing a great work of mercy in Louisville and nil without any compensate whatever During the past few years they have been overtaxed in caring for the unfortunate and it is now absolutely necessary that tin be given some material assistant All our societies are becoming iIn terested anti when the doors open they will be found taking active part The next meeting will be held Slml day night at St Francis Hall wlitll the various committees that have been appointed will submit report MORE GOOD WORK Mackin Council Decides Upon Reception and Another Inflation Aflcr the hard work of the preoe ing week onlyaI small attendance wa looked for Tuesday night at the meet- Ing of Mndvin Council but the lit members present were kept busy fCl two hours Thirteen application were filed eight candidates were elected anti four reported favorabl making another large class nwaitin the initiation to he held on Tuesdn November JR Communications wr rend from the coitnell in the Hawnlla Islands and from Jacob Sohnlz tho florist M 1 Urcnnau who has hCll1 ill for seernl weeks wan reports improving and announcement was made that the Joint Committee would visit Mncliin next Tuesday Iight Treasurer Thomas Clines prcsente the Council 1000 which was bllt halt of what would bo realized frol11 the fall festival Chairman Sheik stated that the anniversary cots inlttee prize would be awarded at tho meeting rest week nnd that nl blllH were being paid on presentation Nfessrs Louis Kleffer Tom Filbur end Will Uurko were authorized to offer the services of the council for the Sisters bazar The education feature will not be ruvumcd until iftcr the Initiation In appreciation of the sncces1 ichleved by the fall festival commit tee the officers contestants am others who rendered welt valnabl assistance lust week it was decide to tender them n reception for whirl irrangementf will soon be mode In Ma Mnel ins members exhibit tin spirit that markK nil their under nklngR nml livings to them so man all iful workers ALMOST FATAL Miss Clarissa Cain n well known oung lady of the West End hind ni arrow escape from death by poison ng Monday nfternoon She had been out for a walk and upon rctninin to her home at 1824 Portland nvcnm omplalned of feeling ill Her mother fave her some medicine not Jmowl1g It wds tincture of Iodine Soon Misi Culn was suffering great pain nUll Ir J D Taylor was summoned lit ealzed the serious condition of hit lltent and it was not until after nn hours hard work that she was out of danger Mrs Cain was n arlj jroatrated over her mistake which vad due to the fact that the two ottles neither one labeled were Ride hy hide and similar in appearance ALL SAINTS DAY There was n large attendance at thc masses in all the churches In the city Thursday and also on Friday AUl Souls tiny The observance of the latter in the Catholic cemeteries vlll occur tomorrow when thousands vlll visit and pray at the graves of heir departed dead 1 u H UH t H t+ GREAT SAIE+ OF T EXMATTRESSES to iPltSept 1 1003 Oct 11 1004 y 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 4 This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur 3 face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside 4 tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surfacee5 Constructed on scientific principles by improved method iJAMES GREENE+ 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + + t t t t + t t t t t+ + t t t t t t t t + t t t t t t t t t ti 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 tf FBE SURE TO CALL FOR j I McKENNA WHISKYtII t II IIIT IS ALWAYS PUREII r 1t1tH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky e = I HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Man- ufactureGEHERSON 217 West Market Street I K84 j S x3 3 S S 1 JE ODLVIyO W THE OlfcCTVSriD givingIUNITED LAUNDRY COI Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY s I GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 r N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN KS 8x s xx s xs I I IJR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge- SCIENTIFICANDPRACTICALHORSESHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered 1 AllII t t t t t t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES I AL3L L LJ3s345 West Green Street UtQTJOKS CIOABjjI tMMHMHt n uUuUIiUUUUult t 4 S u J Ct o Co n 0 cgq ii 4 7