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I IVOLUMEI WITH ROAR t Bomb Explodes and Causes a Tremendous Panic in Sf Peters missile FII1 With Powder anti Nails But None Were Injured r Thought Pope Would Say Mass at the Fnmous High Altar HOLY FATHER PRAYS FOR CULPRIT A bomb filled with large nails was exploded in St Peters Sunday near the high altar which stands imme diately over the tomb of St Voter The explosion reechoing with Ire mendous roar threw into panto the worshippers who thronged the church They fled in all directions several women fainted out so vast is the edifice that in the ample space for the flight nobody was hurt This was the anniversary of ibeJ basilica of St Peter wlilNi was beau tifully celebrated The false ruinot had spread that the Pope voull visit St Peters to ray before the ininh where the outrage was committed for the Pope alone reads mass on time high altar on festivals The bomb was prepared not later than Saturday Time sacrellglous criminal escaped doubtless the bomb had a long fuse so that he gained the piazza before it exploded The scaf folding in which the bomb was hidden ignited but the first gendarmes to arrive easily put out the fire The Pope was at his noonhour devotions He heard a muffled sound which surprised but did not alarm him Monsignor Misciutclli subpre feet of the apostolic palaces and Monsignor Bisleti Major Domo of the Vatican hurriedly entered the Pontiffs chamber They were no pale that the Pope immediately nskl d- tWhat has happened Do not be alarmed Holy Father was the answer A bomb has exploded in the basilica but fortu nately there are no deaths to deplore and up one has been wounded TliePontiff asked anxiously if the church had been injured Upon bet ing reassured he fell upon his knees saying he must Implore mercy for the misguided perpetrator of the deed A three days service of prayer has been held in nil the churches in expiation of the offence toreligionThe mass had just been concluded when the bomb exploded Only one canon remained at the altar of St Petronilla Tills altar is at the end of the right aisle and it was near here that the bomb had been placed As the canon turned to bless the communicants there was a loud noise which gained volume as it reverberated like thunder through the lofty arches of the im moose dome Immediately a dense smoke spread throughout this por tion of the basilica and a strong odor of gunpowder filled the air Panic at once seized the people The canon at the altar tried to reassure them by crying Do not be afraid It is nothing merely the noonda gun Isis words had little effect The smoke and the pungent odor of pow der refuted him and the worshippers continued their headlong flight Chairs were overturned making the danger more serious for over them stumbled women children and men Childrens cries and shrieks of fear filled the church for awhile but as the smoke cleared confidence was restored and the worshippers returned to learn the extent of the damage The police discovered that the bomb had been put under a scaf folding built to make repairs to the roof exactly over the celebrated tomb of Clement XIII by Canova The tornb was not damaged the pavement was scarcely scorched The police gathered and carefully examined every piece of the bomb they could find The bomb evidently con 1silted of a large tin box bound tightly together with wire of two sizes It must have contained more titan two pounds of gunpowder and three pounds of nails The nails were of three sizes some seven inches long and so heavy that the explosion threw them but a short distance The nails were enveloped in newspapers dated November 16 S and 17 proving that the bomb was made either Saturday or Sunday Time police got the impression that time bomb was made in the country and brought into Rome The police have been making dill 4gent effort to discover time men who were responsible for the bomb explosion in SL Peters but so far without success Suspicion however points to the same individual who ex ploded the bomb In the Cafe Aragno on November 14 Commenting on the outrage the saysR in St Peters where heretofore there has never been the feast attempt at an greatmn1fcaused serious apprehension through out the world SAILS AWAY Sir Thomas LIptori after a stay of several months during which he vIsIted the large cities of tills coun try sailed Saturday on the Caraanla J rl of the Cunard line for his home it London I will In nil probability challenge for Americas Cup In 1908 he said I favor the wholesome type of boat and will not come over her with a freak craft like Shamrock II A boat of that style is only good for the scrap heap after the race but with the Shamrock IV which 1 I will bring over I expect to carrj away the cup Sir Thomas ex pressed himself as well pleased witht the kindness extended to him bj yachtsmen on this side of the water and said he was perfectly satisfied to leave the whole question in the hands knowing lie will receive treatment OWENSBORO What Columbian College Is Doing For Students And Friends Columbian College at Owensboro of which Prof John M Cooucy Is the worthy President had a little occasion on Friday evening of last week that may be of interest to the par ents o the students and friends off the institution Qn the preceding Friday John D Kelly city editor of the Owensboro Inquirer rend tIre college debating society an excellent lecture on literature and to show their appreciation the students in vited him to a smoker to come off Last Friday night On this latter oc casion the college authorities and students hind with them Ilev Joseph OtlelJllahlof Henshaw Union county Rev George M Connor of church Owensboro and Mayor William M1 OUrynn All the visitors contributed to the evenings enjoyment by speechmaking and music and Mayor OBryan In decid ing the debate promised to attend oftenThe college debating society has arranged a series of lectures to be given by the best talent of that section of the State a fact which is winning for the boys considerable note and is also benefiting them educationally Last night the boys were to present In the Grand Theater a drama entitled Falsely Accused which promised to be an entire suc cess Columbian College has the hearty support of the local clergy and to them it owes much for the encouraging success that the Institu tion Is meeting GOLDEN JUBILEE Mbihcr Mary Benedict Took Habit Here Nineteen Years Ago The House of the Good Shepherd Mount and Holllns streets Bait more was this week the scene of a notable golden jubilee Mother Mary Benedict Mother Provincial of the institution celebrated the lift eth anniversary of her reception into the order on Thursday for which elaborate preparation had been made to make the occasion a nota ble one in Catholic annals Cardinal Gibbons was present accompanied by Bishop John S Foley of Detroit and jubilee sermons were preached by both Mother Mary Benedict took the vows and received the habit of her order In this city when she was nineteen years old The great work of this good nun has been the saving of girls and women who find lit the House of the Good Shepherd an asy lum where their salvation is worked out There are fortytwo Sisters and about 300 inmates in the house Messages of congratulation were re ceived from other houses in many sections of the countr- yHARIRONY Again Prevails Among Offi cers of the Uniform Rank Major Gen Kadaski has issued n special order to the military de partment of tho Catholic Knights of America in which he imparts the welcome news that peace again prevails among the officers and members of the Uniform Yank Some time ago there was a difference of opinion as to the authority of cer taro officers that threatened tp split the military branch Into factions which would ultimately result in its destruction ns it is not thought the Supreme Council Would allowsuch a state of affairs to exist After conferences and much correspondence It seems that wiser counstl pre railed and averted the expected clash Gen Kadcskl has withdrawn his resignation and will continue to serve for a while longer at the re quest of many who promise to aid In the upbuilding as yell as reorgani uponlinesfor all The order concludes with anj appeal for cooperatlon in an effort to bring about new life and Interest In the organization The two Louisville companies were not involved in the squabble but have been going along peacefully and making steady process ORANGE DEFEAT William Moore Unionist and for mferly member of Parliament for North Antrim was elected Noveuber J7 to represent North Armagh in the British Parliament by a majority of 2706 over Crawford independent Orangeman Moore succeeds the late Col Edward James Saunderson bodied October 21 GALWAY Stands True to the United Irish League and Its Principles Cnpt Shaw Taylors Defeat a Signal Benefit For Irish Nattoulityr The Devolutionist Must Henceforth Stand Under Orange Banner GWOTS ELECTION A GREAT VICTORY The Dundalk Democrat one of the ablest National newspapers pub lished in Ireland expresses the opin ion that Captain Shaw Taylor of land conference fame did Irish na tionality a signal favor when ho de cided to oppose the Nationalist can didate for the Parliamentary repre sentation of Gahvay borough For this vacancy a convention of Nationalists held under the constitution of the United Irish League selected Stephen Gwynn a gentle man with a record us an Irish Na tionalist and a distinguished literary non Captain Shaw Taylor de tided to oppose Gwynn as the stand ad bearer of the Devolution party He was of course supported by the full strength of the Unionist vote in Galway and by that section of the electorate whose political consciences are carried in their stom achs The result of the poll on Saturday last was that Gwynn was elected by a twotoone majority This is merely a proof that the Nationalists of Ireland adhere to the old standard of nationality and arc not prepared to abandon it for the milkandwater policy of Captain ShaV Taylor and his friends It is chiefly valuable as affording a very complete exposure of the alums of the Devolution party These gentle men have been telling us for the last year or so that they are as good Nationalists as any in Ireland that while they find some difficulty in swallowing the entire home rule pro gramme they are entirely in accord with us on most subjects They have worked the conciliation racket and appealed to Nationalists to lay down their guns and to open their arms not only to the playedout landlord party but to the Independents and Liberals and other nondescripts of Ulster whose valuable support could only be obtained they pleaded by the National party postponing Its ultimate demands and agreeing to work for minor reforms The Gal- way election reveals the Devolution ists as not the friendly allies of the National party but as its enemies The candidature of Captain Shaw Taylor In Galway at the critical mo ment in Irish politics was not tIleI net of a friend of the National party Had the gallant Captain with the aid of the Unionists of Galway and of the weakkneed and venal minor ity on the electorate succeeded In defeating the National candidate it Is needless to say what an effect it would have upon the prestige of the Irish Parliamentary party at the time when the future fortunes of the country may be said to depend upon the pressure which that party maybe able to bring to bear in and out of Parliament upon the framers of the coming measure Captain Shaw Taylor and lull friends may take off the mask of friendship without delay They have striven to play the Unionist game In Galway hence forth they may take their stand openly with their allies under the Orange banner FATHER KELLEY Delivers Highly Instrutlve Lecture to Appreciative Audience A large and brilllnnt audience thronged oil the available space in Macauleys Theater last Sunday night when the Ilev Father Francis C Kelley delivered his grand lecture on The Dream of Equality under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus The lecture was an in tellectual treat and was greatly appreciated by the immense gathering of Catholics who are certainly under great obligation to the Knights Es pecially gratifying was the large at tendance of clergymen among whom were noticed Rev Fathers Yorki OSulllvan Westerman Itiley Acker man Zoeller Bohlsen Weiss Neil sen Hogarty and others When Father Kelley appeared ac companied by Grand Knight Al Smith Rev Father Raffo Judge Matt ODoherty lIon Edward J Mcpermptt John J Caffrey and Michael J McCluskey there was an enthusiastic outburst of applause re peated at frequent intervals during the lecture Father Kelley was hap pily introduced by lIon E J McDermott who expressed Ms pleasure at being able to present one who had been a chaplain In the Spanish war anti was widely known for his skill and ability as an orator yet was callingWithelo queht speaker captivated and held spellbound Ills hearers until the last word was tittered In prefacing his remarks Father Kelley related a L U 1 laughable story and said he chos the subject because it sounded wellte but at the same time asserting tha there was a great deal Iin the state went He declared the great worldI loves the dreamer and the peo ple loved Bryon nnd Poe because they dreamed beautiful dreams lie expressed the opinion that all great achievements were generally first dreamed of Napoleon dreamed o f empire as did other men of other great timings The speaker next tool up the definition of equality He re luted how colonies were planter when all were on an equality yet one man was finally selected to lead the colony in defense of its rights probably against another colony This selection he said led from n leader once on an equality with all+ to finally a King or dictator who eventually hell a standing army that stood between him and his subjects who were formerly his equals He dwelt at length on the growth and what he pronouncedi as the curse oft feudalism The gist of the speakers argument was that education was the great equalizer but he insisted that education must have the proper direction He declared that real education was discipline He painted a disparaging picture of anarchy and said the ideas of equality as fostered and advanced by time anarchists were out of the question He said their idea was to knock down what they termed the paper wall of law but which would never do and which was not in the direction of solving the problem of equality He warned the nubile in regard to distinguishing between instruction and education RECENT DEATflS The funeral of Miss Mary A Pierce took place Monday morning from St church and was attended by many mourning friends and rela tives Deceased was the daughter of John Pierce the well known river man and was hold din high esteem by all who knew her She was twentythree years Jill and resided with her father at jilS East Washington street The funeral of William McAtec whose death followed a brief illness took place Sunday morning from St Charles church Deceased was thirty years old and was with the Bray Clothing Company lie is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Del MeAtee 2116 West Jefferson street three sisters and three brothers one of whom is in the United States navy and arrived home for the fu neral Followed by many friends who had known and loved her the body of Mrs Ellen Moron Of New Albany I was conveyed to its last resting place Wednesday morning after a solemn mass of recpitem at Holy Trinity church Deceased was the widow of the lat Patrick Moran and was seventythree years old and is survived by five sons and three daughters They are Michael Martin Dominick John nnd Tames Mo ran Mrs Samuel Fisher Mrs Walter Young and Miss Mary Moran Mrs Clara Grote nee Stark be loved wife of Christ Grote passed to her eternal Toward Monday after an illness of but short duration A woman of many good qualities charitable to the needy and a kind friend to her neighbors her death just when life seemed brightest is deeply deplored by a wide circle of rela tives and acquaintances Besides the bereaved husband four young children arc left to mourn an irre parableloss The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Boni face church with high mass of requiem iii iI Thomas Gardner for a number of years a member of the Louisville po lice force died Tuesday night of pneumonia at iris rooms on West Market street lIe was fifty years of age and unmarried and since leaving the police force had been em ployed in the saloon business The remains were removed to the resi- lIence of his brother exCouncilman James Gardner and the funeral took place Thursday morning from the I Cathedral Deceased was known as a genial and goodhearted man anti had a legion of friends who deplore his untimely death Stricken Tuesday night with congestive chills Mrs Pauline Oatson Hillerich aged thirtyfour years wife of John Hill erlcll died at an early hour Wednesday morning at the family residence 1624 West Ken tucky street despite every effort at the attending physicians who at tribute her death to exhaustion Mrs Hillerich had been in the best of health and had enjoyed supper with her husband and two children just previous to the chills which con tinued at frequent Intervals to the end The funeral took place from St Peters church and was largely attended STILL HAVE HOPES The many friends of Farrell Cur rat senior member of the wholesale liquor firm of F Curran s Co were greatly alarmed the first of the week over the report that hope for his recovery had been abandoned ills illness resulted from a stroke of apoplexy suffered about a year ago from which lie never fully recovered For a long time he has been confined- to his home at S800 West Madison street and apprehension was caused by time fact that Mr Curran had an attack of chills and fever from which he is now recovering NEARLY READYsi The handsome new Catholic church just erected 6n West Market street Is about ready for services It was thought that tho first mass might be celebrated there tomorrow but up to the hour of going to press we could not learn what day had been set for time aiispicjous occa sion which Is of Jhuch Interest to the Catholics of that locality Ii n- r tPOPESREPLY To the French Ministry Expect DecembertConsistory He Will Then Declare Attitude and Position of the Vatican Firm In Determination to Dls approve ot Separation Law PLANS TO AID PETERS PENCE In Vatican circles according to tress reports from Koine a general impression is prevalent that the Pope will at the Consistory which is to be held before the middle of De cember deliver a powerful allocu tion to the Cardinals regarding the present conditions of the Church of France Pius X has so far refrained from saying much regarding the actual situation his only utterances on the subject being contained in his encyclical published early this year and addressed to the French Bishops and in his recent letter to the French hierarchy when the members of that body assembled in Plenary Council in Paris last August- In both these documents the Pope made it evident that the Italy See could not accept the new llaw of separation between Church nnd State not only because it Infringed the rights of property of the church guaranteed by the Concordat but especially for the reason that time new law allowed every Tom Dick and Harry who hall a grievance against the ecclesiastical authorities in his diocese to become the holder of ecclesiastical property without even asking the consent of the Church authorities The recent official utterance of some of the members of the French Ministry mule it absolutely neees toIthentgarding the new law adopted in France aud what the Holy Sep in tends to do to meet the emergencies of the moment It is said that Pius X will severely condemn in his allocution the establishment of the numerous lay associations which have been recently formed in France by interests In conflict with the Church authorities cord will pro claim that every Catholic who has become a member of such associa tions may consider himself ns ex communicated and out of the fold The Pope is determined to carry out his policy of disapproval of the law of separation and to ignore all the attempts of the French Ministry to obtain his support in the application of the new law Another dispatch says a new plan has just been adopted by till Vati can authorities tending to Increase the amount of subscriptions contri buted from all over the Catholic world toward the Peters Pence fund which is practically the contingent fund of the Holy See Some months ago the Clvilta Cattollca the organ of the Jesuit order undertook to raise a special fund for this purpose In Italy and In less than three months the editors were enabled to present time Pope 12000 received in answer to their appeals At the recent Catholic Congress held at Essen it was decided that the Belgian Catholic newspapers should adopt a similar scheme and already nearly every Catholic pub lication in Belguim has devoted a spe cial column to time purpose All the Catholic papers throughout theI world will now be urged to open special subscription lists for the same purpose and instructions lime just been sent from the Vatican to every Papal representative abroad to take a special tnlerest In time rnnitfr The Pope Is rnxivjs to awaken tle Interest of Cath ilics all over the world to the duty of contributing as much as they can toward the sup port of the central administration of the Church It is expected that the Catholics In America where In nearly every diocese Is published a Catholic paper will respond to the appeals of the Vatican with unusual liberality SISTERS BAZAR Preparations Complete and Nights Set Apart For Societies Preparations are complete for the grand bazar which the Catholics of Louisville will open tyonday evening at Liederkranz hall and continue for ten days for the benefit of time Sisters of the Good Shepherd The bazars which have been the means of adding a considerable sum to the fund of various charities will be car ried out on a much broader scale this season Despite the downpour of rain Monday night St Francis Hall was crowded with men amid women from all the congregations who brought most encouragalng reports Nights were set apart lot the various societies and friends of the Sisters as follows Mbpday for the general public Tuesday for the St Vincent de Paul Society Wednesday for tlje Young liens Institute Thursday for everybody Friday for the UnIform Rank and Catholic Knights of Amer n lea Saturday for everybody Mon day for the Ancient Otder of HI bernlans Tuesday for the Knights of Columbus Wednesday for the Knights of St John Afternoons will also be set apart for the children of I1rrangementsforof Messrs John Colcmau Edward Hosier and William T Meehan Among the ladies who will preside nnd nsslst at the various booths and tattles are Mesdames J D Beck AgnesltontnJrueT Mcchan Louis A Broring Nicho las Hoikrun George Mayer Misses Eddie Meehan Emma Murray Mamii Jacob Dymphna Bax Nejlte Over mcycr Rosa Stark Annie Lammers and about u hundred others The ladies will serve dinner and supper dally at a moderate cost and will doubtless fnjoy a great patronage Mrs Tohn McCann will pre side over the country store which will be a mecca for all visitor- sJUBILANT fire People of Michigan Over the Success of Mayor Murphy The people of PIntteville are in a jubilant mood over tub fact that J W Murphy defeated Congressman Babcock at the late election A big jollification meeting was held at the City Hall in honor of Mr Murphy who Is Mayor of Platteyllle There was speechmaking closing with the presentation of a gold leaded cane to the successful candidate As a matter of fact the victory was a remarkable one Tosluiph Babcock has represented the TJiird district in Congress for fourteeji years lie was ono of the big guns of the House a member of the Ways and Means Committee lIe is a remark ably smooth politician and wns Chairman of the Republican National Campaign Committee njid decidedly one of the inner circle who played close to the system Four years ago Babcock was elected by 7802 pTuralltjV Two years 140 the light on him began but he was elected by 385 plurality This year In met his Waterloo in Murphy Reprosenta t1n elect Murphy was born in ISIS and spent his early lifj in a log house oil a farm fiouth of Plattevllle When only twelve years old he started his first mining venture Ever since thep he has been actively engaged in mining business At the age of fifteen he was graduated from the Platteville State Normal the youngest student ever gradu ated there In 1S79 he was graduated from Michigan State University anti in the same year he was admitted to the bar fn Grant county Mr Murphy Is heavily interested in mining and is one of the big men of the lead district MACKINS BANQUET Workers For Council Will Make Merry Monday Night The banquet to be tendered by Mackin Council to its officers the Fall Festival Committee the lady contestants and other earnest work ers at the club house Monday night promises to he one of the most not able as well as enjoyable affairs in the history cJ fliat organization So great was the success of the recent bazar that the members were unani mous in their desire to show appre elation for the work done and it was therefore determined to enter- taIn with a banquet where suitable expression will be given to the fcelI lags that pervade the council The menu will be dainty and palatable and will be served by one of Louis vibes best known caterers President Charles Raidy will offi elate as toastmaster and a number of delightful surprises will take place Hon A J Blzot one of the most eloquent orators hi the Y M I will respond to a toast but the subject will not be announced until he rises to speak Chairman James T Shelley will respond to The La dies and Louis Kieffer will relate his dream Ben J Sand has for his topic Time Youtig Man and Treasurer Thomas Clines will address the banqueters as he sees timingsm NOMINATIONS v For Officers of Trbitty Coun ell To Be MadeiMonday I Byening I In spite of the inclement weather Trinity Council Y JjI II held a well attended meeting Monday evening with President AF Martin in the chair A letter of regret was sent to William Bode on the death of his mother and the visiting committee reported Joe Bell its still being on the skim list Th1 membership application of Edward Leonard was received and referred to a committee James B Kelly Chairman Pf the Skating Rink Committee reported that the rink was open and urged the members to boost it along President Martin was instructed to oee the Chaplain Rev Father 0Grady and arrange for a mass for the deceased members An extra large attendance 1s ex pected to be present next Monday evening as nominations for officers for the coming year will be made the election qbe held the following Mppday Joseph Cqhkling will have a report on the progress of time club house at this meeting and is very enthusiastic over the outlook t 1u AFTER LORDS Entrlaud Greatest Political Struggle in a Century Seems at Hand BanD rrnall May Supersede tha School Bill With Home Rule Nationalists of Opinion That Irish Prospects Never Wore Brighter EDUCATION BILL ALREADY LOST Late London cable dispatches declare that Great Britain is fast approaching the greatest political struggle alma has had jn n hundred years Thnt contest will determine whether the louse pf Lords shall remain an unreformed Tory cham destroying up by a Liberal Government Tho education hill under which the Liber als sought to establish popular con trol of all the schools denominational or otherwise that receive Stateagrants Tina been turned inside put maul altered beyond recognition Ja the House of Lords let education Iis not time question on which this great and popular agitation is coming for till people of this country take small interest In that subject The Government also sent to time Lords a bill to abolish the plural rot ing system under which some property owners have as many as twenty votes in different constituencies Elections arc decided 3n thirty con stituencies by nonresident property voters and always turned to the Tory side Then there Is the land tenure bill giving tenants some security against the rapacity of landlords and a right to equitable compensation for improvements made with the tenants labor and money Besides there is the trades disputes bin which restores the law to what it thyllnnseV held n trade unions funds rcspon slide for the loss incurred by coal owners unini to a strike organized uy thn union AqmosfforI amid the Lords are expected to rejcXi oHhand the plural voting and the iind tenure bills But it is believed that they arc hesitating about throw ing1 out the trades disputes bill be provokingtimewhole weight into the scales against struggleIhe l countrybutHouse of Lords compelling that chamber to fill the cup of its mis Jecds and then when there Is a great accumulation of rejected popular measures to start a carfjpalgiij for abolishing the upper chamber as it iis now constituted However It needs a great leader to conduct aij ejtoclt making campaign like thitr til victory and the Liberal patty hasyfl to find the man for time occasion jInintness between time ft qhilll Minister are clamoring for fj J to time constuteneks earlI sprint for the abolition of V r Time Government Is not likclM that the House of Lords IliuJ to force a dissolution because lY It did it would be conceding to it a power as great if not greater than the right to turn out the ministry It is believed time Government will drop the education bill and proceed with homo rule for Ireland It is recognized on all sides that the Irish question soon will be raised again with all the intensity and insistence of JTheIn fuvor of hone ruleHq pas pressed the opinion that the t way of healing the evils Jf Irel Is that the Irish people shall 1 the management of their own mcstic affairs The Natlona members arc going around the l bles of the House of Commons pressing the opinion that Irish pft pects never were brighter mid I party never more sanguine iJ bill of course will be thrown o by the Lords Then the ngltatlo for the epdlng of the upper chamber will be renewed with most intense vigorI by radical caucuses in all parts of the united kingdom PALLS AT ALTAR The Rev Fattier James A Cun ilnglmm aged sixtyjseven and for many yearn the reverdda pastopf- St Thomas church on Itolanfavenue Baltimore dropped dead llast Sjitur day morning just as he was ascend ing the altar preparatory to S6lem ilzing the 7 oclock mass MUST PAY HEAVY DAMAGES The heavy rains ihtffc felrf1m1 week did immense damage through out Louisville especially iii tim southern section amt ItIs ttlmo certain that the city will lube stand for a big loss Cellars an floors of stores and residences yrei suJ merged and the fire deparfmej pumplngthemNever lot f iddltibdal sewers made sb tipjwr mil everywhere time people arVwT ions for work to begin on diem nV that time bonds can be issued r Ili F i rY 1 A 1Zxc r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN e- MLINNNLNNNN t Teted to tile Moral aad Social Adraacestetit of all Irish Americana to KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS l SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bnterad at tho LonlsTllIe Postorflce as SecondClass Matter AUieit i ComomnlMtloBitolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green SUeit UNION TRADES COUNCILusEt LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1906 GERMANIRISH UNION In view of the persistency with which n few Englishmen keep up their efforts to bring about an Ai gloAmerican alliance tho Qtlonali w Hibernian urges that steps should be taken that will once for all remove the danger of such calamity raand suggests a movement that all can approve a GermanIrish union Tho Germans it says are a powerful element in this country loyal to F the flag and devoted to the best interests of the republic They are as much opposed as we are to an Anglo American alliance on purely American grounds and a union on tIle part of the Germans and Irish would sweep away forever all danger of America being entangled in Englisl Vlarsolconquest and spoliation It is therefore most desirable that sucl a union should be formednot a passive union as exists today for the Germans and Irish are one iin their latent opposition to any unjus preferment of England on the part of America but n strong aclivi concentration of forces in the open iifoout the position of which no possi bTe mistake can be made The pol icy tf such a union would not be one intending injury to the English people but would be solely devoted to preventing America from becoming entangled in an alliance that would involve her in foreign wars and result in the destruction of the grant ideals on which this country iis foundedThere is no truth whatever in tIle assertion that England is the mother country of this nation All Europe has the right to that distinction but Germanyand Ireland have supplied ifmore peoplo and contributed in far greater degree to the upbuilding of America than all other countries combined More than salt the peo Pe of this republic today have Irish or German blood in their veins and r the American nation instead of be ing falsely called AngloSaxon should be entitled GermanIrish Taut lOtfv American is good enough r fer dad our Irishism is asserted on y when as citizens of that nation ality our rights are denied or our religion discriminated agains- tIt is most natural that n union should be formed between the Ger- mansi and Irish in America In early days when Ireland was the chief school of Europe she freely shared leer educational advantages with Germany and established colleges and monasteries in that country as arly as the twelfth century And day the greatest scholars of mod n Germany are foremost in tIle Bisioration of the Irish language rued professors like Kuno Meyer Lnueysen Zuess Windisch and er being as deeply interests kjtudjf and propagation as Dr End his coworkers in Ireland n between the Irish and the elements in America is m most feasible and its es Knt is bound to result in tIle t of both nationalities and9 the greater glory of the United States WERE HIT HARD Chicagos DaptIst Ministerial Asso ciation was given an unexpected sur rise this week The business man jper of the Allied Printing Trades ell lad been invited to address ody which expected him to dis the principles of organized la- In this they were disappointed vcr for the speaker chose to on the missionary work of the nlzatlon he was addressing and censure was so severe that it not long until his hearers were riling In their chairs according ubJUhed reports At the outset his address he declared that if there was anything in the old motto Charity begins at home the time tad arrived when they should stop sending 15000000 a year to help the heathen Among other things he pointed out how much more good could he done with that sum at home than on the sinds of Africa Do u reallw he asked that Tighter in Chicago girls are working in stores for from 5 to 8 n week of which they have to spend from 3 to 14 for a room to say nothing of Kiard and clothes and other nccessi S If you really want to save uliY pave thef souls of these young inch aad remember to begin your rk JYl relieving the wants of they Voii ought to know better Uu toifbree traits on a starving v4K waMhe r listened in silence deferred rUfCt lon of the reds adWrtiS6e3t to them until their fiig I MUSTMAKEHOVE During the past few months much has been said by the officers and members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Kentucky concerning the showing this State will make at the national convention at Indian npolis in 1908 There is no reason why Kentucky can net have a body of Hibernians as influential and pa triotic as any of her sister States Quite a number of towns and cities can be organized in the near future but some one must make the move Therefore we would suggest thai County Presidents take up this wort while the time is opportune and assure them that the State officers are ever ready to cooperate with then in the fulfillng of this mission It should not be long before every town of any fair size has its division And while we are on this subject it might be of interest to some to know that the object of the A O II is not alone to pay sick and dent benefits The primary object is tc cultivate the ideals of the Irish people to inculcate Irish principles and to cherish and revere the traditions of Ireland The sick and other bene fits are incidental but the good de rived is instanced by the fact that more lion 200000 is expended an nually for sickness The aggregate amount held by the hundreds of di visions and the aggregate amount of money in the division treasuries amount to more than 1000000 This money is secured to each division and if a division fails to support itself it is disbanded without in anyway affecting other divisions or the success or stability of the order ii The Episcopalian Ecclesiastical Court of Review in a decision handed down Tuesday morning at Buffalo sustained the finding of the lower trial body in the case of the Rev Dr Crapsey of Rochester charged with heresy The penalty is suspen sion from the Episcopal church This case has been before tho church courts for a long time and lies at tracted widespread attention Dr Crapsey in his sermons anti writings questioned the Virgin birth of Jesus He also contended that there are fallacies in other beliefs and doc trines forming the foundation of the Protestant Episcopal church The dastardly deed perpetrated ast Sunday in St Peters is regarded vith intense indignation not only in tome but throughout the entire world This awful sacrilege should 10 unite Church and State every vhere tint it would be but a short line until an end is put to anarchy and socialism the enemy of Chris inn civilization and law and order The Socialist Prohibitionist and Socialist Labor candidates for Congress combined polled only 739 otes in the Fifth district at the re cent election This is a credit to the men of Louisville and Jefferson ounty The Junior Order of American Mechanics have split into two factions They have gone into the Jnited States Court which has de ided against their National Council SYMPATHY St Patricks Branch of the Catholic nights of America at the last meet ngadopted the following resolutions m the death of the wife of Patrick lolley Whereas It has pleased the Al nighty to call from this world the wife of Brother Patrick Ilolley and whereas in her death Brother Ilolley lost what was and would be his life onpr companion and whereas Jrot her Holley is one who is loved exemplarfResolved That tho members of branch 21 C K of A extend to bother Holley their utmost sympathy and be it further Resolved That a copy of these esolutions be sent to the bereaved IubUlIllcdinAmtricnnI FRANKFORT Lambert Young Council y M Tat tho semimonthly meeting held londay night decided to havn a big litiation on Sunday December 0 when those who have made application within the past few weeks will receive the degrees Grand President Martin and prominent members from all over the State will be ex ected tb attend this initiation For ears the Y AI I has been known as the real social organization of Frankfort and it is sali to be the intention to give several delightful ntertainments in the near future such as progressive cuchrei claneesi smokers etc which will undoubtedly provo popular with the members and heir friends in the Capital Lily n IRISH MOTHERS FRAYE trod help and bless you dear machre Wherever you may go My mother whispered In my ear In accents broken low May He who guides tho faltering step And dries the scalding tear Be ever near you darling one And keep and bless you dear iThe tears were coursing down ner chcelitt Her form with grief was bowed Her gray hair streaming down her back Hung like a silver cloud Her aged arms clasped my neck She fain would keep me near Still murmuring low in broken tone God keep and bless you dear THe storm of grief that swept her heart Found an echo in my own A mocking voice seemed to say You must go on alone Go travel on to distant lands And seek your fortune there And never hear from other lips That earnest heartwhole praye To other lands I blindlywent tall found them dark and drear No kindly smile no cheering word Xo helping hand was near Yet often when my heart would sin Deep down in dark dispalr In fancy once again Id hear My mothers parting prayer A stranger in a foreign land Across the ocean wave It cliigs to me like incense sweet The blessing that site gave It guides me on oer lifes dark roar And ever whispering near That kindly Irish mothers prays God keep and bless you dear K9SS6SS9SSSSSSS9S9S9S9 wft- I SOCIETY Mr and Mrs F M Dougherty llue returned from the East and wil be in Louisville for the winter Robert Dooley and Mrs Raclu Dooley arrived Tuesday from Frankfort for a visit with friends in tllis city Miss Evelyn Miller 2013 Rowa street will be hostess to the Good- Will Euchre Club on Thanksgivin evening Mrs Edward Doyle and children have returned to their homo in Sout Louisville after a pleasant visit to Mrs Doyles mother at Eminence Miss Rena Murphy who lies been ill for several weeks at Pewee Valley is reported so much improved thin It will not be long until she can b- outt again Mrs Patrick Glynn Miss Glyn Mackin and Miss Nell Steele left Monday with Mr Glynn to vis friends in Indianapolis and othe points In Indiana Mrs Rosa Ansbach left Thursda for Chicago to visit her niece a Sis tor of Charity who was Miss Adi Childress a former resident of this city who has been transferred to the New York house of her order The ninny friends of Mrs Mary Collins the venerable mother of Jerry Collins tho genial Secretary the Louisville Water Company will be rejoiced to Know that her condi tion has greatly Improved during the past few days It will occasion regret among the many friends of Mr and Mrs Charles Villier to learn that their popular and pretty daughter Miss Marie hiss been stricken with ty phoid fever at the family residence 3626 High avenue Portland society has heard with in terest the announcement of Miss Mayme Monohans engagement to Charles Hess This marrIage while has been set for Thanksgiving day will be solemnized in St Cecelias church by the Rev Father J F Brady Miss Amelia Smith the popula laughter of exPatrolman Denny Smith Is dangerously ill of typhoit fever at her home on Payne street and when this was written her friends felt that she was at the critical period though they had not giver up hope for her recovery The Good Will Euchre Club was pleasantly entertained by Misses gnes and Nona Ncvlls at their home vKo proved most charming hostesses Prizes were awarded to Misses Agnes fevils Mayme McCue Irene Nicou lin Messrs Thomas Leatherman Jon McBarron and Thomas Gilligan Harry Crotty a well known clerk for the Louisville Tobacco Ware house Company who has been ill for some time past has shown no im movement and left Thursday for omfort Texas in the hope of regaining his health He was accompanied by his brother John J ratty t Miss Margaret C Bosler entertained a number of her friends Tues ray afternoon tho occasion being youngfolksing with music and games and neatly enjoyed the dainty luncheon hat Mrs Bosler had prepared Miss largarefc was the recipient of many handsome gifts from her friends Cards have been received here for tho marriage of Miss Lena Logston aughter of Mr and Mrs C T Logs ton of Springfield and James H Idelcn which will be solemnized at St Dominics church next Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock The contracting parties We prominent in the social circles of that section of the tote and have many friends in lOuisville Miss Mary Welch and John Wood mall were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Wednesday evening the nev John OConnor of Holy Name hunch performing the ceremony The wedding was a quiet one because of the recent death of Mrs Celia Tivnan sister of the bride Both are popular in South Louisville anll upon returning from their honeymoon trip they will go to house ke ping and bo at home to their rleads at 3100 Fifth street A pleasant social event was the entertainment given the Hannonla u a U Club at the home of Miss Margaret Murphy in Parkland The guests present were Misses Bert Stone street Mary Murphy Pearl Nutting Minnie Stone treet Eugenia OSulll van Margaret Murphy Elizabeth Lammers Katherine Haungs Clod tele Marchand Messrs Will Taylor Elmer Rincy Dudley McCormick Frank Mayer Bernard McGinn John Murphy B G Blanford and Will Nethcrland South Louisville social circles were pleased to learn of the engagement I of Miss Mary Glenn and Joe Bywater whose marriage will be solemnize Monday at the Holy Name church bj tho Rev Father OConnor Tho announcement was made last week and the couple have since been receiving the congratulations of their friends The happy couple wilt leave immediately after the ceremony for an Eastern trip and will be at homo to their friends after December 10 at the home of the brides parenti on the Boulevard where they will reside during the winter Tuesday afternoon there was a merry gathering of girl friends at the homo of Mr and Mrs Al Kolb 345 West Green street to celebrate the eighth birthday of their little daughter Lorine Several hours were devoted to games and innocent amusements after which all were seated to a dainty luncheon that was craciously presided over by Mrs Roth When the cake was cut a candle was placed at the plate of each guest Those present were Misses Marguerite Nold Edith Ryan Ruby Reh Esther Howe Lily Llndcll Catherine Hassclwander Rose Kolb and Elizabeth Hagan WERE ALL FOR WINN Col Matt J Winn Vice President and Manager of the New Louisville Jockey Club was again elected Presi dent of the American Turf Association at n meeting of the Directors of that body held in Chicago on Tuesday Col Wlnn did not want the honor but in view of Iris splendii record tho Directors were all for him and insisted upon his remaining the head of their great organization Will Shelley who for the past sea son has been starting judge was also lucky Edward Corrigan announced that the position of associate judge at the New Orleans City Part meet ing had fell to Shelley who hiss come to be recognized as one of the most competent and fair racing official in the Western country MERRY WEDDING DELLS Marriage bells rang out morril In Owensboro this week The wed ding of Miss Susan Slack and Bertram Riley of Alton 111 tool place in St Stephens church Weducs day morning at 0 oclock The Rev Father McConnell performed tin ceremony Miss lack is the beauti ful and accomplished daughter of Mr Robert Slack of Owensboro antis one of the most popular girls of the town Mr Riley is n son of tin late Capt Riley and formerly made his home In that city The coupl left for a bridal trip immediately after the ceremony Miss Bessie Hayden and Mr Frank Grady were quietly married Wednesday afternoon Both are prominent young people The marriage of Miss Clara Sherei and Plus Killian was solemnized tin same afternoon at 230 oclock th Rev E S Fitzgerald officiating Both parties have many friends in Louis ville SOUVENIRS Maekin Council Social Club has perfected arrangements for what should be a most enjoyable Thanksgiving eve reception and dance All who attend will receive a unique and pretty souvenir This affair will be conducted by Messrs Fred Zahn Joe Kollross and Tom Fllburn who have prepared a programme that will surprise as well as please tine friends of the club REPORT AT ST MARYS The Catholic Knights of America who will attend the bazar next Friday night at LIcderkranz Hall for the Benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd are requested to report at it Marys Hall on Eighth and Gray son streets The Uniform Rank in full dress will act as escort and it is possible that the First Regiment band will lead the line- LEXINGTON Sister Ladislaus who was known to the world as Miss Bridget Driscoll tad was a native of Lowell Mass died at St Josephs Hospital in Lexington at noon on Tuesday The body was removed to Nazareth Academy at Bardstown on Wednesday morning where the solemn iu feral obsequies were held LECTURE FOR KNIGHTS Next Wednesday night the Rev Father Zoeller will lecture for the Louisville Knights of Columbus in ETiks Hall taking for his subject Tho Reformation Father Zoeller isal1 able and cultured speaker and vill doubtless be greeted by a large gathering of Knights i t rr- n HAPPY TALKS Made at Ladles Auxiliary Session WcdnesdayI Night The Ladles Auxiliary A O II met Wednesday night in their new hall at Seventeenth and Main streets with a large attendance of members Owing to the absence of Ilss Mary Sheridan the President Uss Eliabeth King was called to the chair and presided with a dignity amI capability that was very pleasing Two applications were received and the usual routine business transacted after which there was a hnppy but spirited discussion of sceral questions of importance in which nearly every one present partic patcd Some of the ladies gave cj pression to thelr views with a breadth of knowledge that would do credit to the oldest division in the city Final action however was postponed until the next meeting iiin order that there may be a full ann free discussion by those who were unable to be present Miss Mary Corcoran State President and Miss Ella OConnell Count President were called upon for suggestions and responded by sayin that the prospects for the order wet brightening and everywhere in tho State new members were bcing gained GAELIC LEAGUE Its Efforts to Support Irish Industrial Products Arc Successful- The effort which the Gaelic Leagu is making in Ireland to support 1111111 industrial products and to revive defunct industries has made considerable headway The Irish woolen al1l1 shoe factories are making money although the wages paid their orr ployes are small compared with the amount paid In this country the payment is quite steady and their business gives healthy signs of considerable and rapid development And there is ample room for devtv opment in these two lines of indnstr when you reflect that a little more than threefourths of the shoes ami the clothes worn in Ireland wer manufactured in Great Britain or other foreign countries Such is 1ho case also in reference to other industries such as hints caps shirts portionyond the Irish sea But all thes have received a remarkable stimulus from the crusade of the Gaell League nail their allies who hepreached from the start that Irish products should always obtain ia preference over the foreign article HINTS ON STYLE The least expensive of ribbon allll insertion makes up into an attractive attachable petticoat flounce Yokes are to the fore again in shirtwaist blouses and are used to receive the fullness in shaped tuck The opera bag of the new season Is a joy and n delight The accepte model is one that opens out Jike a suit case The Japanese Kimono is once mon exerting its fascinating influence ofn fashion all made with drooping shoulder line Ostrich feather trimmings incrcas in number The curling of these ha reached a point where only tbo tips are turned under Spotted nets for evening wear wil be trimmed with the same material They come in lovely colorings am contrasting spots What are called molded hats wl be worn In velvet and sometimes in moire or satin Molded is another term for velvet or silk draped on Flounces are the favored effec for indoor wear Anywhere from one to a dozen little ones the frilly and fluffy effect that they produce is well liked In point of popularity the pinafore corsage is to continue to carry everything before it Rich in possi bilitics scarcely two model follow precisely the same lines Frocks of filmy tulle or rather ol tulline the new fabric that titdressmakers claim will replace tulle altogether are the latest fad for dinner and dancing purposes The extreme in collars Is the caret mode of the moment Either the neck covering touches tho ears or else it is cut so low as to display tho slender column of the throat from base to chin WITH THE SICK Frank Wahle whose Illness was noted last week is reported much mproved though not yet oblo to eavo his home 2525 St Xavier street Joseph Schafer a member of rack In Council is suffering from a complication of diseases that have Onfined him to his home for tire past two weeks Virgil Bohne who has been seriously ill for several weeks is now onvalcscent at his home 2540 Bank treet and his attendants say it will not be long until he is entirely recov ered FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning the beautiful forty hours devotions will begin with tho high mass at St Mary Mngda lens church on Brook street and con Nothingwouldbetter pastor Rev William Gausepohl than to see the church thronged ot every nice CATHOLIC MEETING The Boardof Trustees of the ithollo University at WashingtOn D C will meet there next Tuesday and the annual meeting of tho Archbishops of the country will take I place the day following a THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone Company OFFERS ONLY THE BEST SERVICE AND A- TPOPUIAIZ RATES ITS MERITS BEYOND QUESTION = ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 lit = rULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings snd Saturday matinee Fortyfire Minutes From Bro- adwayHOPIUNSI Week Beginning Sunday Nov 25 man CLASS VAUDEVILLE i TWO SHOWS DAILY PAUL SPADO M The Juggler of Two Extremes Camllle Comedy Trio Performers on Horizon rat liar Carlin tic Otto Celebrated German Con ComedySketchIlrnktman Billy Van the MinstrelThats nt 8lIlckinnn Ilros3 Comedians Singers and Dancers the Kinodrome The Silver Wedding another new pictures- PRICESEvonlng 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents n BUCKINGHA MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 25 THE BIG BURLESQUE BOOM The Kentucky Belles In a Gorgeous Conceit entitled Society Surprising in merit and magnifi ceuce Embracing an olio of selec vaudeville C Bo THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JifiirsonS Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention aud satisfaction guaranteed IRELANDS SECRETARY Has Best Chance to Represent John Bull at Wash ington An interesting rumor wa current in the lobby of the House of Com mons Wednesday night to the ef audrorofand now Chief Secretary for Ireland is likely to be selected to fill the vacant ambassadororship at Washington Xo confirmation of the rumor could be obtained and it is be yetdecidedgrowingfeelingthat the Washington embassy will be filled by a man with exceptional wcjght who possesses in addition to political influence a sympathetic understanding of the American peo ple and American affairs It is felt that Mr Bryce as a statesman and litterateur of high education Is eminently fitted to meet these rev quirements AMUSEMENTS George Ades delightful character comedy The County Chairman will be Macauleys offering the first half of next week Theodore Babcock agaIn heads the cast playing Jim llaoklcr The last half of tho week rings George M Cohens big musical lilt Fortyfive minutes from Broad rayThe picturesque historical and romantic drama When Knighthood vas in Flower will be the attraction it the Masonic Theater all of next week The leaning role this seasons being played by Anna Day and It supporting some production Patrons of the Buckingham will see a great show next week when the Kentucky Belles will be seen in tho meritorious vaudeville conceit ntltled Society The bllll Is said to be one of surprising merit and nagrrificence and the olio enbraces nily McCIoud tho Irish Minstrel neiltand Gilbert comedians and our of the best turns seen here this year The strong vaudeville bill which has been enjoyed this week by the patron of the Hopkins is promised a worthy successor in the programme booked for next week There are gain many new acts for the enter linment of the public and all of them come with excellent recommendation for their merit One tho most sen aiinnal of tho seasons offerings IsI Paul Shaden who comes as a bead nor Others on the bill are the amino Comedy Trio Mazuz andMa 7cttt CerlirtViand Otto Billy Van and the lUck J 111an Brothers J t- a hIIh DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection o- fFURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS 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 competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST to e R SHORTHAND ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW specialistsThe student Is given personal individual train ing by practical work from the start The ad vantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTEM are 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COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co PflfR M 8018I8 S e r WAGOtH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and RuMierTkes 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET WIRY AIJIi J1 PPOLS DYER AND CLEANER Unas and Gents Wearing Appirel WORK GUARANTEED pht atu 528 Fiftht w Streets 1Lt i II W MARKET STREET J 7 People Business Good and Stfcxess cart on ron run iNronuATioK LOU1SYLLEKY THE A SPECIALTV DELIVERED 504 SIXTH NEAR TO PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospltatforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITALI Sparks Avenue Jeftersonvlllc lad WISE ONES will insist on getting DIAMOND Wall Plaster because it is byfrostyou are ou the safe side Kentucky Wall Plaster Co 1 BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 ALBERT TT1 SCUM 301302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATE In All Its Branches Cumb Phone 543Y MONEY TO LOAN J o GIVE US YOUR ORDER Irish f OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET ENTHUSIASTICI Are Local Hibernians Over the First Nominations Made Division 3 A O II held a well attended meeting Monday night andII nominated officers for the year Better men could not have been se lected and throughout the city there is tin enthusiasm that will reach all the divisions The nominees are all men of experience and give assur ance of a live and successful administration They are as follows President James Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary Jom Morris Financial Secretary John Hession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty and D J Colema- nSergeantatArms Patrick Begley SentinelThomas Noone Standing Committee Patrick Hoi lley Patrick T Sullivan Lawrence Mackey Charles Boyle George J ButlerJohn McEntergart was balloted for and elected and the degree team was called upon to arrange for an initia tion A communication from Pat rick buoy thanking the members for their expression of sympathy was read and entered upon the min utes There was a feeling of regret when announcement was made of the illness of Patrick J Nelligan and John Niland The per capita assess ment ordered for the San Francisco sufferers was allowed and a check for a handsome sum was forwarded The election of officers will be held December 3- PRIESTS HONORED Mgrs McCready and McGean Hold Their Anniversaries Two prominent Catholic clergymen of New York CityMgr Charles McCrcady of Holy Cross and Mgr James II McGean of old St Peters last Saturday celebrated anniversaries of long service in the priest hood Archbishop Farley attended the service at Holy Cross which marked the fortieth anniversary of Mgr Mc Creadys ordination A cablegram of good wishes was read from the PopeA presentedbyPeters to Mgr McGean as a token of the twentyfifth anniversary of his taking the pastorate Many ines sagese of congratulation were re ceived by the venerable priests THE DAKOTA IIAR Yes sir resumed the Dakota farmer as the crowd of agri culturists seated themselves around a little table yes sir tae do things on rather a sizeable scale Ive seen a man on one of our big farms start out in the spring and plow a straight furrow until autumn then he turned around and harvested back We have some big farms up there gentlemen A friend of mine owned one which he lead to give a mortgage on and I pledge you my word the mortgage was due at one end before they could have it recorded at the other You see it was laid out in counties And the worst of It is it breaks up families so Two years ago I saw a whole family prostrated with griefwomen yelling children howl ing and dogs barking One of my men had his camp truck packed on seven fourmule teams and ho was going around bidding everybody goodbyesWhere goinglie across the farm to feed the pigs replied the Dakota man Did he ever get back to his familyIt Upthereput to milk the cows and their children bring home the milk IRISH BEET SUGAR According to many experienced business men the time has arrived when a beet sugar factory might be established in Ireland with prospects of success The trouble in Cuba and the prospects of n sugar combine in the United States is viewed with some alarm In Ireland as it is felt that the price of sugar would enor mously increase If cane sugar goes up beet sugar is bound to follow Col Everard who was the first to see the possibilities of tobacco cul ture in Ireland and demonstrated its practicability is equally as en thusiastic with regard to the of beets in Irelands lie points ou 1 i y- t OOOD WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky American 15 Union=made Suits and Overcoats Recent cash purchases have given us some mighty godd things in these goodsthings- that youll find marked 18 and 29at other stores Come men for first choice of them LEVYSTHIRD that Ireland imports as much as 135000 tons of sugar annually most of which he believes might be pro duced at hoine The Colonel maintains that the beet grown in Ire land is quite as good as if not superior to that raised in Germany which has 400 beet factories produc ing 2000000 tons of sugar annually KNIGHTS OFI COIMBOSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else I where There arc at present 270 fourth degree members in Wisconsin and about fifty in Milwaukee The first fourth degree will probably be given in Milwaukee on February 22 Under the auspices of Bishop Car roll Council the Fathers of the Kentucky Apostolate will tomorrow be gin a weeks mission to nonCatho lies in St Aloysius church in Cov ingtonThe Board of Directors have made Wisconsin a separate fourth degree district Heretofore Wisconsin has been affiliated with the Illinois juris diction and members have been compelled to go to Chicago to receive the degree Major Judson U Sj A will lecture on the campaign in Manchuria before Marquette Council of Milwaukee on December 14 Major Judson was United States military attache with the Russian army during the recent war between Japan and Russia Tomorrow will be a gala day in Cincinnati Columbian circles Cin cinnati Council Bishop Carroll Coun cil and District Deputy Burns and his capable aides will institute the Nor wood Council with fiftyfour charter members and conduct the initiation The initiation at Jackson Tcnn was an unqualified success Seventy two candidates received their de grees and at the banquet that followed toasts were responded to by Rev George D Murphy Rev Thomas McNamara and Rev Edward Kuetter SATOLLI COUNCIL Satolli Council Y M I met on Monday and transacted routine busi ness They were visited by Bro Ackenbauer o Robert F Doyle Council Cincinnati who delivered an instructive address to the members Following this an enjoyable social session was held L C B A Mrs Elizabeth McGowan President of the Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association has designated next Friday as the memorial day of the current year when masses and prayers will be offered by all the ranches of the order 1040 In number for deceased members ediblesInare poor economy for the ink with oisoutoust 4i UP THEY GO FiftyFour New Members Admitted to Mackin Council Last Sunday afternoon Mackin Council made another great stride forward when fiftyfour young men received the degrees and were added to Its membership Since the first of the present year there has been a steady and united effort to bring this council up to the 500 mark and this has been practically accom plished as about nineteen who had been elected were unable to bo pres ent to be initiated The membership is now exactly 488 in good standing and as there is yet another initiation before January 1 the goal will be reached without further effort al though those admitted last Sunday promise to secure another class The work of the degree tunm was very impressive and was highly com mended by the visitors from other councils among whom were John J Harry of New Haven and Grand Marshal Daly of Bellevue who also congratulated Mackin on the success it was achieving Short but timely and interesting addresses by Dr A J Blzot President Itaidy James T Shelley Frank Adams and others brought to a close a day of splendid work for Mackin Qountil which is now after the largest membership in the United States- CATHOLIC COLLEGE Will Be Soon Established Near Nashville by the Jesuits The Order of Jesuits of the New Orleans province is said to have bought a tract of fiftyfive acres two miles from Nashville to establish a college for boys which will eventually be a great university Bishop Thomas S Bryne of the Nashville diocese through whose efforts the college is to be estab lished made the condition that the order should send its best men to be put at the head of the college This is the first building of the Jesuits in Tennessee Buildings to cost 150000 or more will be begun at once The site adjoins the Nash ville Golf and Country Club and is one of the best locations in the sur rounding country The Jesuits are recognized as perhaps the greatest of the Catholic teaching orders and the news that they are coming this near will be well received throughout the adjoining States QUEENS COLLEGE Addressing a meeting at Cork last Saturday night with the object of furthering the conversion of the Queenss College in that city into a university for Munster William OBrien said that he and his wife intended to bequeath all they were worth toward endowing a Cork university BEEP TEST 4To test beef press It down with the thumb If it rises quickly the meat is good It should be fine grained of a bright red color with streaks of clean white looking fat The meat will be tough unless there is plenty of fat on it WORTH THINKING ABOUT A loving heart will make a thought ful head The most unprofitable thing to hold in this world Is a grudge What wo get from thp world lie pends upon what we give to it Success is utter failure if achieved bythe sacrifice of moral principle lIe who wishes to be happier than others must first consider others MOTHERS WORK My mother gets me up builds the fire and gets my breakfast and sends me off said a bright youth getshisThen she gives the other children their breakfast and sends them to school then she and the baby have their breakfastI- Iow old is the baby asked the reporter Oh shes most two but she can talk and walk as well as any of us I get two dollars a week and dayfHowmother get With a bewildered look the boy said Mother Why she does nt work for anybody Owua a OKFEHR BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer a BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN BRE2VING OMPAPTYINO- ORPOFATEDTELEPHONE 4B2 LOUisVILLID ICY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until proprely aged TELEPHONE I3ttawfLouisville iirancn Jfourreentii and jeirerson Sis ICumb Phone Plain 1913 1913TIXE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength anti excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Kyr JOHN FY OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLgK3k ASK EOR r DIERSENSFINE DARK B RTelephone 1137ylONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE tORN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery9 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2090 LOUISVILLE KY THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST HENRY MOLD DEAIJJR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnee 4310 540 Wr WALNUT WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS I SALOONVAL r Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclockI 441 W GREEN itT I 11 thought you said she worked for alt of you Oh yes for us she does but there I1is no money in it 0- U y- L KATIE AGNES SMITHS Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chil dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All cane answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St Give your boys an education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGIA 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Clawlcavi Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Do partmentIargeSwimmtngpoolVe11EquiGymaaaium MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Propri- etorHERRMANN I BRO IMPOJiTKRS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EIGHANGIN E LOUIS WABKITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET r r- T J IRI8H RIOAN THANKSGIVING OFFERING AT THE BIG STORE I IIMens of Heavy Supreme Wlnler Quality Over 15 All correct models In the newIIest fabrics from Standad I IIOnnext sale one Friday week beginning today Saturday and I liTHE BIG STORE 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII I MILTON M MARBLESTONE de CO I THE i6 WH5T OF ITIn all piano players the pneumatics are the vital part of the entire mechanism In all piano players EXCEPT THE CECILIAN these pneu r matics are made of wood and leather and thats where the trouble comes in Ever jet your shoes wet and have them dry hard ane stiff Leather will do tat in 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 tbe wood and leather pneumatics They are affected by the constant changes in the weather and cant do thg work properly In the Cecllian Piano Player mechanism the pneumatics and the wind chest are made of metalbrass steel and phosphor bronzeweather doesnt affect them in any way They dont swell neither do they shrink and thats why they are always in perfect working or- derMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO 6fIUSiaaO FOURTH AVENUE JEWELRYWe seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of y SILVERWAREI Suitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Select Your Holiday Presents Now and We Will Reserve Them For Your EYES TESTED FREE BRUNN Jeweler530 West flarket Street u m S8 t srue Giias fl Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE OB Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Sfinest cftheir kind In the cit- yjUJMAGAZINES Wj ANn RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION i34 W Jefferson S1reetJ LYuu LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLfLILLLLtItL DONT have prices all along the line we as are our down and still giving our the very BUST Call or phone in your orders 7 lbs for 1 G Ibs for 100 New Blend 5 Ibs for 100 4 Ibs for 100 and Java 3 Ibs for 100 MULLOY Higher Coffee 1 Although wholesalers advanced importers holding customers QUALITY 100- SpecIal Honduras ROASTER Ila3 tint T BTi tICr- IIIIIIIII1 J1 I I I 1 I I I I I I I I II 1 I I I I I I 101 I I II I I 1 1u u HHHK1 1 +11 I 1 +11 I I I I I I I HI I I I IH I H I1H I 11 I I I I I I 1 U s- r NORTON CURD COFFEE 60 i IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF t HIGH GRADE COFFEESIMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main HI1HM1I11 I I I I I I I I I NH r I lttt t t Ill Itfiff + 4 1 + 4 8Yernd Gleubrook WhiSkey I Bottled in 1 w Quart WM BOJRGrMAlSnsr T1WINES WHISKIES AND CIGARS 214216218 SEVENTH r 7vIw wWw 7T 11 MANNON PrwMent PAY Bond 4t 4t BANNONVlcePres Mgr 4tA Ii0H M WdLTRINQ Secretary Prices For prices Santos Mocha COFFEE t 1iAIIiKI VVVVVO R B BANNON Treasurer iiPBnnan Sewer Pipe Co Silt f PipeBaasoaa for Steam Conduits Wall Capfa L Drain Tile VitrifiuiS Street Faring Brick PINheebit FIa1Je Floe Ltaiag Ire BeIcl Grate CiayClsiaexey Sidewalk Brick SONl1l11B1IIPHOlfBS73WORKS igtb and L xlH2ton sad MagsoU Ave Bet 0th and lothI- BtHPHOHR zed r uwsw uu i WOMENS DRESS SKIRTS BOUGHT AT A SACRIFICE FROM A WELL KNOWN MANUFACTURER AT ABOUT HALF PRICE A Meyers Co noted as one of New Yorks best skirt manufacturers soldus 1000 spicspan new Dress Skirts at a fraction of their real worth and value We use thousands of this manufacturers skirts yearly and have never had a single com plaint on account of fit or wear We offer these highgrade Dress Skirts at practi cally half price a saving advantage that will now appeal to throngs of discrimina ting shoppers THE MATERIALSPanama Cheviot and Broadcloth COLORSBlacknavy brown and gray and immense assortment of fancy weaves o in dark and medium gray THE STYLeSPlaited plain tailored and kilted In this assortment is represented style for every fancy and a size for every figure i These Prices Are the Lowest Ever Quoted by II Us On These HighGrade Dress Skirts3 Lots iLOT NUMBER 1 Skirts worth 500 i 298 I I SiREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH i HIBERNIANS t What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 should soon decide upon its winter entertainment There are four divisions in Ot dawn Canada and all arc reported forging ahead During the two years prior to July last the National Board issued eightyseven charters for divisions and lijo for the auxiliary The Montreal Provincial Board is fully determined to do all in its power to increase the membership to at least 5000 in that province of CanadaState President Philip Sullivan and the able corps of State officers are making a fire canvass to increase the Connecticut membership beyond the 12000 mark The Xew Hampshire State and County Presidents are bestirring themselves to reach the 3000 mark in 1007 Several goodsized town j are ripe for divisions The Milwaukee County Board is negotiating with Seumas McManus the Irish folk lore writer to give a lecture in that city during the month of January Montana Hibernians have under taken the erection of a monument over the grave of Kev Father Cal laghan late pastor of the Sacred Heart church at Butte A Building Committee of nine members hits been empowered to de vise ways and means and raise funds for the erection of a central hall or building for the order in Baltimore Many inquiries are being made as to when the next initiation will take place All the divisions have candi dates awaiting the degrees which should be conferred before the end of the year- Division 1 will nominate officers next Tuesday night AH some very important questions will be up for consideration President Mulloy has sent out an urgent request to the members to attend The new headquarters in St Paul will be formally opened Decoiiber 10 with a grand festival The festival is to continue during the week and it promises to be one gf the largest affairs bf the kind ever given in the city Mrs Sheridan State President and Mrs Hodsden County President made a house to house canvas among the Irish Catholic people of Itnchec ter X II and were successful in or ganizing an auxiliary that has the brightest prospects ahead The ninetynine divisions of Philadelphia are arranging for their an placeTuesdayof the best and most central hills Musical Fund Hall and Harmonic Hall have been secured for the eventMuch interest centers around the nominations that will be made at the meeting of Division next Wednesday night This is tho largest division in Louisville at present but an ef fort will be made by at least two others to gain the lead next year which the new officers will have to work hard to hold The division recently organized at Govans near Baltimore is going rapltIUyWithinmembers have been added to the roster The division went to com munion on the last Sunday in October and their numbers and created n surprise in time village Every member of the Ladies Aux iliary should read the appeal of their National President Miss Anna Malla and then proceed to put in effect her suggestions Membership in an order which had Its origin only twelve years ago with a nucleus of a few earnest women but which has attained a membership of about 50000 composed pf Irish Catholic women is something to be proud ofIMiss Malla will find that Kentucky win do its share in promoting the welfare of the organizationI FINAL REPORT j The Fall Festival Committee of j Macldn Council through Chairman Shelley and Treasurer Clines made Its final report at the meeting Tues I day night when the Moneys turned over to Treasurer Dan Weber i t 1 I LOT NUMBER 2 Skirts worth 600 398 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam 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 President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryJohn G Hessiou 1714 Baird Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Prank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilIlamJ Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Anabro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIXE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJohn E Murph- yDoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner CarrlerTlmot4y Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy y i x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice President Louis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecordtng SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryPrank Lana hanFinancial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louia Kinaella brought the net proceeds up to 200531 This was the only impor tant business transacted and brought forth rising votes of thanks for al most everybody Two applications for membership were received and favorable reports upon two candidates who had been examined J1 F Aujjenbaum a mem ber of Robert Doyle Council of Cin cinnati was present as a visitor and when introduced responded with an address on the work of the Y M I that was pronounced the best heard on that subject for a long time President Bafdy notified the members that nominations of officers for the coming year will be made 4ext Tuesday night and the annual election take place at the meeting following ARE ALL FOR HIM The Squire Adams bowling team named after qur popular County As sessor Squire John M Adams is now the leader in the hotly contested Falls City League race and the Squire is as proud as a school boy with his first pair of red top boots The members of the team are Fred S Stengel Captain Bernard Toots Elyrin Newton Seibert Ed Fitchner P T Archer L B Scott and John Hodapp assistant manager In all his dealings with the bowlers the genial Squire has shown himself to be a prince of good fellows and after their own respective teams the bowlers tem are all solid for him an his I r LOT NUMBER 3 iSkirts worth 498 50ii10 JNSO5riMARKET IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The JSev Father S Kelly has taken up his duties in Kingscourt as admin istratorThe ba Town Commissioners have forwarded the name of Tames Cunningham for the magistracy The rivers Motirne and Finn have overflowed their banks and caused considerable damage to the crops and tillage There are about nineteen lines of steamers plying between Ireland an Great Britain but in only two them are Irish shareholders inter ested A serious affair took place in Shercock in which a man named Duffy of Cortat is alleged to have stabbed a man named Greenan of FarthaJames Sandcs second game keeper in the employ of Lord Ashtown was charged at IJallymacarberry with shooting at a laborer named Patrick Ilyland The case was adjourned for a week Constable Flanntgan has been transferred from Hallybay to Innis keen For five years he was stationed at Hallybay and was extremely well lllced by the townspeo pie who are very sorry at his de parture Tenants on Lord Loutbs estate in the parish of Knockbridge have re fused to purchase at the landlords terms twentythree and three fourths years and will wait and see what another year in office of a Liberal Government may effect At a special meeting of the Ennis corthy Jtoard of Guardians resolu tions were adopted calling for the reinstatement of the evicted tenants and drawing attention to the slow process of restoration which had gone on in this district during the past two and a half years Battybarthe death of his wife who was a native of Louth and in the prime of her youth What makos the death most sad is that she leaves two motherless children On the Monday preceding Mrs Dixons mother was burledThe heavy rains that have fallen Mayohaveresults that the lands ati joining the banks are flooded for hundreds of yards Most damage has been done in tho low lying lands between Clare morris and Balliurobe through which the Robe flows Between Irishtown and Ballyhaunis similar damage has been done The Dundalk Democrat contains a Sergeantstripes trying to gull the youth of the country to take the Saxon shil ling and hopes that when they know the way their predecessor were treated who were so foolish as to don the red coat of infamy and degradation they will show that in Ballybay at least the Sergeants mission will be a vale one Early Sunday morning a most dis astrous conflagration occurred at time residence of Joseph Greek at Tullycorbet between Monaghan and Ballybay doing damage to the ex tent of almost 10000 The house was known as the Old Rectory and wits a large and commodious build ing with a long range of office houses stables lofts and other apartments adjoining Various rumors are going about as to the cause of the fire It is stated that close to time burning premises was found some blasting powder and a fuse policeGreerfields on evicted farms and it is alleged that malice is the cause of the fire PLEASED THE PASTOR The beautiful services of the Forty Hours devotion began with impress ive ceremonies last Sunday nurninp in St Aloyslus church at Pewee Val ley and were concluded Tuesday Elaborate preparations had been mode by the pastor Rev Father Ed ward Does and the congregation who were highly pleased at fho large attendance A number of visiting participatedin I I n Q tttttttttt+ JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Stoves II IIandTHE Ranges j PENINSULAR STOVES i I SMOKECONSUMING RETORTPENINSULAR I HOT BLAST BURNER t IThis heater is unquestionably the hotblastIlininghasnidcelItop re illuminatingdoorgives Nothing like it ever offered at If 1O THE PENINSULAR SMOKE CONSUMING DIRECT DRAFT HEATER Burns any kind of fuel Keeps fire all winter Its one of the most sat isfactory and scientifically constructed heaters ou the market today bas duo ringdoubleNever sold in any store for less than 30 our price 20 Western Hot Blast nuunu f I Smoke Consuming Heater A warm air parlor furnace Handsomely designed with steel base Has large combustion chamber and perfect smoke consuming attachment Our bargain price 25J lTTTTTTTT TT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T TTTT FALL CARPETS AND RUGS In an almost endless assortment are the attractions at Louisvilles Foremost Carpet Store Qualities always reliable prices always ri- ghtHUBBUCHBROSI 524 526 528 West Market Street == 5t dBE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNA I IiWHISKYJII IT IS ALWAYS tm H McKenna Distiller PUREII uc =iti ya v = 3 HEATING STOVES COAL RANGESl and COOK STOVESyOur assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manu- factureGEHER y SON 217 West Market Street 434 S oo1xxoooQQQc4 I HOEMERII r 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con venience and comfort to be found ina modern and uptodate S hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge- SCIENTIFICANDPRACTICALHORSESHOEING I Horses Called For and Delivered 4IThe iiMASTERBREW Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Ito Bohemian t FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO 1621 AND 1628 VINE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO CHAS W RATTERMANN Traveling Representative HHHt H n t t + I t II FIRE WINES OHARPAGIrES i AL KOGUB 1 345 West Green StreetUQtrOXM mouurj t I UuLtOIILH nH It hH U- tl a