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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS 111VOLUME XIX NQ 9 SONS OF TOIL Will Have a Fitting Celebratlo of Labor Day in Lou isville Great Gatherings For Phcani Hill Park and White City Earnest Effort to Crown Labo of Father York With Success p TIERE WILL BE BIG PIR1DS t V Next Monday will be Labor day and from one end of the country tithe other will be observed by the sons of toll but nowhere more appro priately or enthusiastically than right here In Louisville where ar rangements have been made for the pleasure and entertainment of tevery body Under the auspices of the Louisville Federation of Labor there will be a splendid parade In the morning In which Mayor Blngham and tha entire police force will par ticipate There will be two big celebrations during the afternoon and night oho at Phoenix Hill Park by Father York and the people of Pauls congregation and the 4St by the Federation of Labor at I the White City The picnic at Phoenix 11111 will be one of the greatest of the year and It has been arranged to make the day an eventful one This one Is given for the benefit and building of St Pauls new brick school which Is now nearly completed and stands a monument to the faith and zeal of St Pauls small congregation which in fifteen years line administered the sacrament of Holy Eucharist to 800 first communicants Tho building is 80x80 feet and constructed of brick under the direction of Henry Fredreacea one of Louisvilles best builders A sevenfoot cross of white enameled brick the gift of Jacob Hoertz an exterior expression of faith in our Divine Lord adorns the front watt The school has four large class rooms 20x35 feet and a corridor 5x8 feet whence the doors open to their respective rooms In this age of much infidelity we who are Christians must and should stand by the Christian school in which through which and by which our souls and those of our children As ill saved YflalklrtUJ 4o attend a p ho laudabe a cause All that remains is for God and the weather man to give a fine day The attractions arranged for are many and varied and as usual a fine dinner and supper will be serviced at a nominal price and an exceptional feature will be that there will be no chance books on the grounds The beautiful doll on exhibition in Strauss window to be won by some little girl is worthy of the most strenuous effort on the part of every maiden attending the picnic and the Kansas Angora goat wagon and harness win be eagerly coveted by every boy Some young lady will be made happy by winning the diamond ring now on exhibition in PHnkes window and babies under three + years both boys and girls will race for the golden prizes within their reach Lovers of music will hear Scallys augmented band at its best which will play in the park during the grand euchre where costly prizes offer the best inducements to the clever in hand at cards Father York and the men of his parish will devote themselves to the pleasure of all who attendEvery possible arrangement has been made for the Federation at the White City where there will be added free attractions and a fine fireworks display It is expected that 30000 people will take part in this celebration and that nil previous records will be broken The Uaj will be generally observed all the large stores and factories having de dared a holiday YdMId One of the Most Successful Conventions of Indiana- Jurisdiction a s The annual meeting of the Grant Council Young glens Institute juris diction of Indiana which began in New Albany Monday afternoon closed with the election and installa tlon of officers for the ensuing yeas at the session Wednesday afternoon The officers are Rev Joseph F Weber Indianapolis Grand Chaplain Robert of Indianapolis Grand Presidents Maurice J Scanlon Indianapolis First Grand Vice Pres- Ident Martin Klug Terre Haute Sec orid Grand Vice President Fre iZ Relsz New Albany Grand Secretary Dennis Quinlan Terre Haute Grant Treasurer James Taylor Indlanap oils Grand Marshal W II Gallagher Detroit and Peter Lux Prescotl Grand Directors The officers wer r installed by James T Shelly of Louis i vllle a member of the Board of Su preme Directors assisted by John J Sullivan of Louisville Second Su preme Vice President and C A Slinger of Indianapolis Suprem Secretary The next convention wil be held in Indianapolis in August r 1908 The convention was one of th most successful in the history of th institute There was a full attend once of delegates from the differen r councils in the jurisdiction and much important business was trans acted Before adjournment a resolution was adopted expressing the thanks of the convention to Unity Council of New Albany for the hos pliable treat ment received by Ithe delegatesThe Council discussed the question of eliminating from future meetings tho practice of vote soliciting in the elections that had caused heretofore considerable dissatisfac tion After a lengthy argument the report prohibiting such action was finally adopted and will be incorporated into tin bylaws and constitu tion The penalty for soliciting votes for officers was fixed at from three to twelve months suspension for the first offense and expulsion from tIle order for the second- A resolution was adopted and referred to the supreme Council red ommending the division of the insti tute into two ranks the first for members between the ages of eighteen and thirtyfive years and the second for those over that age A resolution was adopted empower- Ing a majority of the ladies aux iliaries of the Indiana jurisdiction to create u Grand Council under the dl rection of the Grand President and officersAn fund of 500 was pro video for organizing purposes Pres ident Reilly says there are twenty four councils in the jurisdiction and six more will be soon added Monday night the delegates were taken down the river and were given a display of fireworks at the home of Capt Tom Hanlon The feature for Tuesday night was the exemplifi cation and initiation by Mackin Council when the degrees were conferred on ten candidates There was a large attendance and interested and pleased with the work were Rev Fathers lorries Ilalpln and Semers helm President OHnra turned the meeting over to Charles Raldy and rafter Andy Kast had aroused the meeting to a high pitch of enthusi asm brief remarks were made by Rev Father Borries Supreme Secretary Slinger William M Higgins and John Morgan After the final adjournment Wednesday there was n reception and feast at Unity Club house that oil enjoyed the committee that arranged It receiving praise upon all sides for the excellent bill prepared JAMES Pe FARRELL And Forty Irish Nationalists Arrested Tuesday at Longford A telegram from Longford Ireland rings the news thatJamesPFarrell Irish Nationalist member of Parliament for tiorthJon liF and forty nor were arrestc early SWiy morning and ore now being tried by a special court convened for the purpose on the charge of taking part in an unlawful assembly likely to wise a riot Mr Farrell had been molding meetings throughout his con stituency at which exciting scenes occurred between Nationalists and members of the Sinn Foin Society In addition many cattle have been Iriven from the grazing jands in the listrict which the prosecution al cges was encouraged by Mr Farrell and other speakers Large forces of police are being dispatched there rouble being anticipated Mr Far rell Is the editor and proprietor of the Longford Leader a Nationalist newspaper circulating in the counties- of Longford Westmeath Roscom mon and Leltrim and is the author if a history of the county of Long Ford At the general election of 1900 Mr Farrell was returned unop posed from North Longford succeeding Justin McCarthy who resigned MONSTER PARADE From all indications time big parade ot the Dubuque la convention of the Central Society of German Catholic Societies of America and the St Boniface Bund of Iowa on Sunday September 8 will lie the biggest cele ration ever held in Iowa The purpose is to make the event one of the most auspicious in the history of the two organizations and the State of Iowa The parade will not be con fined to the German societies The committee has dccideu to invite all the Catholic societies and organizations of the city to fall in line and march after the bands Every court of the Foresters the Knights of Columbus the Hibernians Roman Catholic Benevolent Society Catholic Knights and all other Catholic socie ties will be represented It is expect ed that Msgr Falconico the apos tolic delegate to the United States the personal representative of Pope Pius will be in the city and will re view the procession VISITED RELATIVES Brother Celestine of Notre Dame College who remembered as James Cumin spent several days here thIs week visiting relatives and former friends Brother Celestine wan cash ier of the Louisville postoffice un I alsoIn I department before lIe entered the Order of the Holy Cross lIe has 01 extensive acquaintance and many warm friends in Louisville and Ken tucky who are glad that he is de lighted and happy in his new life FOR IRISH DAY I Col Thomas McCabe of the 1111 nols Central has accepted the Chairmanship of the Committee on Irish 1 American night at the State Fair The first meeting was called for Frl day afternoon when plans were in augurated that will make that nigh e the big one of the week The ful programme will be given in our next Issue 0 SOCIETY Roundly Scored by Rev Bernard Vaughan For Worship of Mammon Acquainted With Condition Governing Every Phase of Lifo London Is Now Recognized a8 Europes Nursery of Vice PRIEST AND THE CORFESSIOIA Naturally those who exist only for pleasure object tome It does not suit them to be told as I have told them in my sermons that one of the symptoms of our national decadence is our greed of gold Our God isI Mammon we praise reverence and worship Wealth Hence the rush for quick returns for dividends for ready money Men and women alike admit that they measure happiness by wealth and by wealth they mess are respectability And so down some of them drop in prostrate ad miration before the golden calf to which they are prepared to offer say sacrifice provided only the oblation will secure for them an im mediate return of gold What is the explanation of this rush for the flash of gold Do people worship wealth for its own sake and welt it for the mere excitement of making it No besides liking wealth so much for its own sake we pursue it as fiercely as we do because we want pleasure more There is a fever thirst f r pleasure All this I have said and a great deal more and naturally It has evoked denials Some of my correspondents In talc ing me to task on account of tlie subjects of my sermons have assured j me that it would have been had I discussed in the pulpitbetterII questions as womans rights tion and vivisection while conscious humorists have pointed out that in my series of discourses I ShootIIIngI I A large number accuse ma exag geration ignorance but I suppose iI I must be familiar with what is going on among my own class If I amI In time habit of meriting certain kinds L people Xcanjiot wellavoidlearn Ing how they conduct themselves that is unless I keep my eyes shut As a matter of fact I know more than I have chosen to reveal Those who maintain that there Is nothing wrong with the state of smart so ciety either have a sight so dimmed that they can see nothing or are accustomed to low prlclples or are so extremely innocent that their eyes have not been opened No observant man or woman can fall to notice that I we are on the down grade- I I claim to be Acquainted with the conditions governing every grade of life poor and rich I fraternize with all classes People do me the honor of coming to solicit my advice therefore I must understand what they are suffering from I can not tender advice unless I am informed of the position of things upon which I am requested to advise It falls to my lot to diagnose cases spiritually just as a physician has to diagnose phy deafly As for the confessional and what is asserted as to its not being secret anybody who has sense is aware that a priest knows nothing out of the confessional of what is told him in it To make use of any details brought to light at confession either directly or indirectly would be about the biggest crime that a priest could commit But one doesnt require any such in telligence to perceive what Is taking place in London People may contend what they please about Paris Berlin Vienna and Rome but what ever villainy flourishes out there you may be quite sure that there is more of It in this mammoth metropolis which Is called on the continent Europes nursery of vice The national character is changing for the worse There can be no doubt as to that There is a great deal too much Imported villainy from other places through Paris and if instead of following the example of the viciousness of these places we imitate some of their virtues it would be more to the point We art altogether too fond of amusement and as we can not have amusement without money people must have money and as money is mostly ir the hands of men women will do anything to get some of it from them and if you venture to exhort them to stand in time rear of their affections and to hold themselves n little dearer they will calmly turr round and reply that seemly behavior Is too dull that life is not worth living unless they can get into th swim and taste of what fruit they want and drink at whatever fountain they wish and stoop to any vlllainj that is handy I dont mean that all women hole these views but it is curious tha people should ask one to wait anti the Jltole mass is on one level before lifting ones voice It would be i poor business if our florists am fruiterers adopted tide principle ii regard to their wares wouldnt It1 On the contrary when I am journey ing early of a morning east or west I find the fruiterer is chucking ou the rotten apples and the taintei oranges from his barrels and tha the florist is changing the water ii 11 01 a which the flowers stand and aside all the bloom that tossingII droops and dies But of ii- a priest attempts to act any analogous way when dealing with the bloom and fruit of a higher creation he at once is pelted by all the rotten oranges apples and eggs that are to be discovered in the neighborhood But I dont value at a trumpery temple shekel the praise or blame omen Expression of opinion as to what one does may come in the form of praise then it is a southwesterly wind It may come in the form of blame and then it is a southeasterly wind but in either event It is an idle wind I respect the voice of my con science which is the voice of God before everything else on this littleI planet and as long as I am on good terms with it I am happy as a man probation come RECENT DEATHSrL Funeral services over the remains of Mrs Ann Duffy were held Sunday afternoon from St Pauls church of which she was one of the oldest memIbers Mrs Duffy was seventysix years of age and resided with her daughter Mrs Annie White 422 J Caldwell street- Anthony Melcher entered into eternal rest Wednesday morning after an illness of some duration He was a member of the Cathedral congrega tion and resided at 731 West Market street where for years he conducted a plumbing bulsiness The funeral took place yesterday morning After a long and useful life Pat rick Terrell aged sixtythree passed peacefully away Wednesday at the home of his soninlaw Charles P Feeney 350 Nineteenth street Years ago he resided in St Louis and Cin cinnati and was well known and highly respected Ills funeral took J place yesterday morning from St Iatrlclstt I The funeral of George LeeZer son of Dr and Mrs T H Leezer andII n well known printer and member of the Typographical Union took place Tuesday morning from St t Brlglds church Besides his parents He leaves two sisters and two brothers He was well known in athletic and social circles and his death is great ly deplored The funeral of Mrs Margaret Ford took place Monday morning from St church Sho sixtyfivePatricks was I 1458Ithe West End where her death Is deeply regretted One son Patrick Ford a member of tht fire depart ment and two daughters survive her lAtt Mrs Marg Gill widow of James Gill and a devout member of Holy Trinity church New Albany died Wednesday morning at her home 70S East Eighth street of heart disease She was sixtyseven years old and is survived by her two daughters Misses Ella and Mary C Gill She was seized with nn attack of heart failure Mpnday The funeral was held yesterday morning Then remains of Miss Emma Me Conn sister of the late Judge John McCnnn were laid to rest Saturday afternoon after services at Holy Cross church For several months I she lead been suffering from heart trouble and the end was not unex pected Surviving her are one brother Charles McCann and two I sisters Mrs Belle Cronin and 18I i Louis Jacobs with whom she lived at Fortieth and Broadway MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS 3 Woodland Camp Woodmen of the World at thin last regular meeting unanimously adopted the following memorial resolutions which were retorted by Messrs John A Murphy James Sounders and Paul Schnell Whereas It has pleased Almighty God to take from our midst our be loved friend and esteemed sovereign 15 E OSullivan be it Resolved That the members of this ramp hereby desire to express their sense of bereavement at the loss of one of their faithful and gifted members and to record the enjoy ment which they have had in the genial social qualities and the brilliant intellectual acquirements of deceasedResolved That we sincerely sym pathize with the parents sisters reel atives and near friends of our late beloved associate and that we respectfully commend them for consolation to that Divine power which though sometimes Inscrutable in its dispensations yet doeth all things well feeling sure that to them as to us there is comfort in the knowledge that the deceased was not only hon orable and manly in all respects but was also a devoted Christian Resolved That in token of our sor row at tine death of our friend we drape our charter for thirty days Resolved That the clerk send a ropy of thpse resolutions to the par ents of deocuned as a testimony of our sympathy and grief and the sonic be spread on the jnlnutcs OLDEST 9ATHOLIO BISHOP Dr Murphy the aged Bishop oft Hobart In Australia is now in London He is the only Bishop livingr whQ had been consecrated by Pope Gregory XVI He was ordained aL priest In 1838 and when promoted toI a Bishopric was sent to Hylderbad in1 India where he remined severalI years In fact ho was there at the time of the mutiny and met terrible experiences in connection with it lIe is ninetyeight years of age and1 In very good health Bishop Murphyr is related to D F and D X Murphy of Louisville i AMAZED Were British Over Revolt or Royal Irish Constabulary- at Belfast Always Thought Too Loyal to Strike For higher Wages This Armed Force Has For Years Been Irelands Burden NIT IT LAST BE REDUCED Now that quiet has been restored in Belfast the people are beginning to wonder what will become of the royal Irish constabulary whose disaffection In time of labor troubles affecting tho whole city really brought on the vio lence that dyed with blood the streets of Belfast Will the finest police In the world be disbanded or will they continue to exist as a body their pay raised to a reasonable rate To read about disaffection and acts of Indls cipline among the members of the royal Irish constabulary is like ex periencing one of the disillusionments of youth It is hard to believe that the impeccable have sinned or that an organization which has been compared to Napoleons old guard for loyalty and devotion hay shown that It is not above the mere sordid consideration of an extra shill- Ing a day in wages The R I C Is by common consent the finest police force the world has seen Wheth er on the parade ground or on active duty It never has failed to gain the highest praise and its bitterest ene vies like the Fenians and the Irreconcilable Irish Leaguers are as ready to pay tribute to Its abilities as the Lord Lieutenant himself All told the royal Irish constabu lary musters about 9000 men and officers The men are a curious com blnatlon They are nearly all the sons of peasant farmers and are brought up as devoted adherents of the Nationalist cause Yet they will charge a disorderly meeting of the United Irish League and smash the heads of their friends with a delight ful Impartiality that Is only possible to an Irishman Keen politicians though they areand their easy life In time quiet country districts gives them ample time for the study of politics they will carry out the or ders of the Government and assist In checking intimidation with the most scrupulous carefulness The tempta ion Is always with them to take the side of those with whom their sym pathies lie and in whose Ideals they were brought up but though the police and the public have been intermittently at war fov nearly thirty fears there Is not a case on record where a reflection has been cast on the Integrity of the force It is Impossible to institute a com parison between tho English and the Irish police force In an English country village there is seldom more than one constable a placid individ tat slow of speech and movement and never likely to fill the eye of a Guards recruiting sergeant In an Irish village of the same size there Is stationed a sergeant and from four to eight drilled men ready to go any where and do anything For a man of contemplative disposition the life of an Irish policeman is an Ideal one Except in the districts where there is at recrudescense of agrarian outrage there is next to nothing to do for it must be remembered that the country districts of Ireland are compar atively crlmeless and that the offenses against persons which are common In England are few in number in Ireland The Irish police spend the day wandering along the country roads or else walking up and down the railway station platform peering into carriages and staring at the newly ar rived passengers In search of Imag- Inary Fenians They will call at the house of OFlaherty and drink his whisky with the best grace In the world and on the following Sunday they will baton the same OFlaherty while he whirls his shillelagh about their headsall In a friendly way and without trace of malice This dual personality of tics Irish police always amazes the stranger In theory the Irish people hate the police and the Nationalist organs are usually unsparing In denouncing their bru tality and their methods All the same It Is a proud moment in the lifo of a small farmer when his son gains admission to the force Thirty or forty years ago when the Fenian movement was at Its height and when the physical force party was in the ascendant in Ireland the Fenians made desperate attempts to win over the constabulary as well as the army Their younger members enlisted In numbers In both forces but though the men who went into the army succeeded in gaining a large number of adherents and In spreading sedition extensively the police remained Incorruptible The only serious charge that hits ever pollccts a cast no unfavorable eye on the po teen maker and the shebeen keep er and do not enforce the licensing laws with rigorous exactitude There was an amusing case beard invan Irish court a few years ago when a policeman who prosecuted a publl can for selling liquor during prohib ited hours said ho only brought the charge because the publican had al lowed the thirsty one tb enter by tine front door instead of bringing him in quietly at the back Such a flagrant breach of the law was fart Ito too much for the sensitive policeman who was quite willing to pass a misdemeanor conducted unobtrusively- The reduction of tho royal Irish constabulary to less than half IIts present strength is one of the strong cst planks In the programme of the Nationalist party If there were no politics in Ireland the police force 1 In the country districts might easily be reduced to a quarter of its present strength George Wyndham In pursuance of the policy of killing home rule by kindness made some reductions In the force but these wetstopped when Walter Long became Chief Secretary and were begun again under Bryce and Birrell EVICTED TENANTS Bill For Their Relief Passed In an Emasculated Form The Irish evicted tenants bil finally passed both houses of Parliament Tuesday evening in what Chile Secretary for Ireland Birrell called an emasculated form The Peer refused to budge on the main amendments and in spite of the goads ot the Nationalist members the Govern ment elected to accept the mutilate measure rather than abandon the bill entirely The principal amendments inserted by the House of Lords de prive the commissioners of the power of turning out the present holders of farms for the purpose of reinstating evicted tenants end give landlords the right to uppeal to the law courts against the rulings of the Estate Commissioners regarding the value of land to be purchased The bill as passed will accomplish little for the tenants who have beer fighting for their holdings and henceforth the Government will have little support from the Nationalist members of Parliament SHEEREST NONSENSE Are Changes Predicted In the Catholic Marriage Laws Many papers throughout tho country last Sunday printed a cablegram supplied by the Hearst News Service hat declared that within a few days in extraordinarily sensational and revolutionary law interesting all Catholic clergymen and laymen In the United States and affecting all Catholics in America will be pro mulgated by the Vatican authorities The ignorant or prejudiced correspondent then goes on to say that until now the church law has been that American Catholics car contract marriage validly although illicitly by going before a Justice or even before a Protestant minister when duly licensed by the civil authorities but under the new law all these marri ages will be regarded as null and void among Catholics The new law which is contained in a decree of the Congregation of the Council drafted by the special request of His Holiness Pope Plus X ordains that from next Easter no marriages among Catholics shall be valid unless they Ire contracted before a duly authorized priest in the presence of two witnesses There will bo only two exceptions to this law which is to be universal for all countries of the globe The first is that when there Is Imminent danger of death and no duly authorized priest is obtainable then any clergyman can perform time ceremony In the presence of two witnesses The second is decidedly rev olutionary It is that when there is no priest obtainable in the district a man and woman may contract a mar riage that will be valid merely by announcing their consent or Ipten tlons in the presence of two witnesses This latter is the most im portant change made in the marriage laws of the church during the past three centuries It Introduces a rad- Ical overturning of legislation in ev ery country of the world and is regarded as the very first indication of several sweeping changes that are toe introduced in the new code of Plus X which has engaged the labors of the most learned body of ecclesiastical authorities In the Catholic Church for the past four years and which eventually will cover the entire field of church legislation A more senseless lot of stuff was never sent from Rome and the surmise is that any well informed editor should have let It find entrance into his columns SMALL CROWD With the Indiana Grand Council in New Albany fled the excursion down the river there was only a small number present when President Ben Sand called the meeting of Mackin Council Monday night Clarence Zook filled the chair of Secretary Frank Adams who was off spending a part of his vacation in Indiana mid made handsome returns to Treasurer Dan WeberThe most importance business was the allowance of sick claims for the four members still on the list Among tIle members it was stated that the social club would soon be reorgan ized and also that steps were about to be taken looking toward giving an operatic production during the early part of the winter RELIEVED BY OPIATES The friends of Harry Brennan City Gas Inspector are considerably alarmed over his condition Three weeks ago he was threatcnd with ia cataract on his left eye and under went an operation since when hisI condition has gradually grown worse Ills suffering is so intense that he isI now kept in a dark room at his resl hence 727 Fifth street For severa I lays ho has been under the influence of opiates I POLITICS Are Livening Up and Many Announce For Democratic Primary Mayor Bingham Is Silent and Owen Tyler Has No Opposition The Best Men in the Party Are Now Seeking Office dtl l STROIfi TICKET WILL BI lilED rS During the past week the local political situation has become animated following the announcement of lion Owen Tyler for the Democratic nomination for Mayor With but few exceptions there will be rev eral candidates for every office to be voted for in the primary on September 24 and from present Indications the ticket will be the strongest s ever put forth by tho Democratic party in Louisville Thus far Mayor BIngham has re mained silent as to his intentions but the belief is growing that he will not enter and that a clear field will be left to Owen Tyler who was formerly President of the Board of Mermen and has had much experience in municipal affairs City Tax Receiver Thomas Shelley who has mad a record surpassed by no other officer In the history of the city and whose long service has qualified him better then any other man for the place has announced his candidacy and is certain to win though he will be opposed by C W Milllken who came here some time ago from Simpson county i Jailer John R Pflanz and Squire John M Adams County Assessor are not likely to have any opposition as the people of the city and county want them continued in office Each has a large following and will add tremendous strength to any ticket on which their namesmay be placed Under the administration of Jailer Pflanz our county institutions are well cared for and the conduct of the jail can not be improved Squire Adams has fully demonstrated his fitness for the office of County As sessor and all who have had busi ness withjiim were pleased with the prompt and pleasing attention given them There is but little doubt of the election of both by good majorl ties Mike T nan for years a deputy In the Police Court has announced for the office of Bailiff A more popular man newer stepped in the City Hall no one more widely known throughout the city Before becoming a dep tty under Bailiff Bosler he was em toyed as a molder and was prom- Inent and influential among the worklngmen of Louisville who will rally to his support regardless of party affiliation Mr Tynan Is also an nctlve member of the Knights Of Columbus time Ancient Order oJ Hibernians Y M I and other frater cal societies and in addition is a man of the highest standing socially James Reedy for years a prac titioner in the City and Circuit Court has been prevailed upon to enter time race and Is making an active can vass for Judge of the City Court For Police Court Attorney the only announced candidate no far is Robert J1 Hagnn who has filled the office with signal ability For the Legislature a number of announcements have been made among them Thomas D Osborne for the Senate to succeed Laban Phelps Austin Walsh William A Perry Chris Mueller George M Goetz and Joseph M Lee are entered for the House of Representatives and strong effort is being made to induce Em met Slattery to stand for reelection Others who may enter are William Baxter Ion B Nail James A Hagan and Lloyd Gates Charles D Greer former President qualIfied r for Clerk of the Police Court and will likely be opposed by Alf Oldhnm By the middle of next week others will have decided to enter and It will be readily seen that the Democrats will hove no trouble in naming a ticket of exceptional strength one that would command the support of the business interests of tha city and win by a safe majority rI PRIEST WINS SUIT Last week Justice De Angells of New York decided in favor of Father Francis J Quinn of Syracuse in the suit for libel which some time ago Father Quinn brought against the New York Sun Tho New York Journal lost winter made a ridiculous and untruthful statement on the authority of a person unknown to ltr and the court held that by such publication the defendant became res ponsible irrespective of the fact that It did not assert the statement true Judge De Angells overruled time Suns demurrer with costs ANOTHER CARDINAL CLAIMED Cardinal Emlllus Tellanl died last Saturday at Ascoll Italy of heart disease lIe was born at Montegalio on April 19 1838 and was created and proclaimed on June 22 1903 Cardinal Talianl was formerly Papal agalilIthe Car inalate which is oxeremoly large F r WTT T NrrucHfIIF1I1tlSH A i RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers L SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Loulivllle Poitotflce a SecondClass Hatter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Greei SI LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1907 TAKES STRONG STAND Hon Owen Tyler who has just an Bounced his candidacy for the Demo cratic nomination for Mayor thus sets forth his attitude toward the enforcement of the law If nominated and elected Mayo of Louisville I will enforce the laws without fear or favor and with due regard to the rights of every citizen This is all the people expect froi any Mayor and if the foregoing is faithfully observed 1he Chief Execv the of the city will have a progrc slve and succer al administration DONT STRIKE People throughout the cityie earnest in the hope that there will be no strike of the street car men next week These troubles are detri mental to business and may lead to serious results There is no difference between the Louisville Hallway Company and its employes that cannot be adjusted without resorting to extreme measures Both sides should come together and if necessary make concessions The company is organ ized and the men should be organized Organized labor like organized capital gives the safest and bas service and this is what the publi demands Get together gentlemen t and effect an amicable and lastin settlement that all will observe IRISH SPLIT The press In general has given much space of late to the situatio in Ireland and the menace of those who would disrupt the Nationalist party There are some sorehead who would promulgate the split among the Irish of America who are thus aptly described by Nebraska Irishman in a letter to the Chicago Citizen You may talk as you will of Scotland yard and Englands army of paid spies but all of them togethe c have done less harm to Ireland than the tribef j of mongrels who seem t fcjivfe only to breed dissension and disunion among Irishmen Ireland a nation can never be content with a British charter She has her own charter given by God Almighty but she wants her sons to use their bran antI brawn in demanding its recogni boon by the world They will neve succeed in achieving that result b devoting their energies to damning one another There is much in the foregoing that we would commend to the ed itor of the Gaelic American who we hope to see abandon his abusive and vindictive course WILL LESSEN EVIL Tomorrow the most drastic law relating to the divorce evil ever en acted in New York will go into effect It provides that a married person guilty of the statutory offense commits a misdeamor and or conviction subjects himself or her self to imprisonment in a peni fentlary or county jail for not more than six months or to a fine of not more than 250 or to both Rev Father Curry expressed the opinion that if its essential purpose Is to male infidelity nn indictable criminal offense the bill can hardly fall to l do good in a corrective way Its wholesome effect in these times of moral laxity when the ties of family life seem less strictly regarded than they used to be can not be overesti mated It bears directly upon the sanctity of home and motherhood The statutory misconduct which it aims to punish is a crime and n maker of criminals and should be i sternly repressed There should be- n more danger of malicious invocation of this statute than of any other operative in the Penal Code as no doubt the amount of corroborative evidence required for a conviction will be aa usual ample to protect the innocent from persecution At the same time the publicity which it will l shed upon the guilty should act as a powerful deterrent on the divorce evil Strange as It may seem the strongest opposition to the new law came from ministers and lawyers BRYAN AND LABOR William Jennings Bryan has de Glared for compulsory arbitration in the settlement of labor disputes be lieving that in this way the public welfare would bo conserved For years we have favored arbitration and opposed strikes and lockouts which are always costly and should be resorted to only when arbitration has failed The greatest need of ttte laboring moan in this country at thls time is arbitration says Mr Brya for n V this would enable him to secure the shorter hours for which he content and would prevent the strikes whlc11 taro brought the writ of injunction Into use There is no more reason why the laboring man should be left to enforce this contention by an kit ness that throws the burden upon himself and his family than there would be ti return to the wager of battle as a means of settling law suits While Improved machines has increased the number of workers and raised the grade of their em ployment it has also brought about conditions under which the supers tendent Is so far removed from thei individual worker that the personal relationship is greatly weakened Justice must therefore be secured by a resort to some impartial court It is not necessary that the finding of the board shall be binding upon the parties to the dispute If there iisI compulsory investigation at the request of either party public opinion may be relied upon to enforce thc conclusion reached by the arb trators The President has recently called attention to the importance ofr this subject and as the Democratic lparty has in three national platformsI urged the Importance of arbitration there is reason to hope that it i11 near at hand State elections will take place iinI November in several States among them Rhode Island where the Itepul lIcans will endeavor to displace Oov Higgins and in New Jersey whichI the Democrats hope to regain Mari land also is apt to witness a clos contest between the parties Her in Kentucky Hon A E Willson iis making a strong canvass and the Republicans seem confident of viie tory with him as their leader The double dealing and duplicity oft Governor General SweUenham hUiI been fully exposed and the Pres- Idents commendation of the conduct of Admiral Davis at Kingston wlI please all Americans The inside his toryof the whole affair has just been made public and leaves Eng land and her Governor General in anI unenviable plight The burned district of San Francisco has been almost rebuilt nearl 100000000 worth of new structure I having been erected or are nearing completion Prices of building mate- rIal are going down and the balance of the work of rehabililatlon will be pushed Nob Hill the rich resident section makes the poorest Mowing IRISH ATHLETES FIRST Up one side and down the othe did the IrishAmericans trounce the New York Athletic Club stars at Travers Island Saturday afternoon By a score of 87 to 48 points in th Metropolitan championships they showed the wearers of the mercur foot that green is a great color to perform under and the winged fist a hard hitter The IrlshAmerlcai athletes carried off first honors in a majority of the track events and let in six of the seven field contests The surprise was the defeat of former champion Flanagan by M P Me Grath throwing the sixteenpound hammer FORTY HOURS Tomorrow morning at the high mass at St Frances of Rome church in Clifton the forty hours prayer wIll begin and continue until Tuesday Rev Thomas White has made very preparation for theso devotions which are among the most beautiful and beneficial of the church and will be assisted by numbers of the local clergy At the solemn vespers and benediction in the evening one of the most forceful and eloquent pulpit orators will preach the sermon HURT PLAYING BALL Halsoy5 Malone who is spending tho summer with his parents at Bay VIew Mich met with a painful accl letn while playing in a ball game there last week In running for afoul fly ball Malone and the catcher olllded the former being badly bruised and sustaining a fractured jaw His father John T Malone hos a cottage there where the boy was taken and is now doing nicely oung Malono is a fine ball player and this was his first accident ALBIN COMPANY SUED Suit was filed Wednesday against the Albin Company for 250 for services rendered by Judge Matt Doherty three years ago The com company has been conducting ran In aliment furniture house LADIES EUCHRE The ladles of St Columbas church trounce a euchre and reception for onday September 0 to which they invite all their friends promising them a number of valuable prizes and a most enjoyable evening ii I REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM II COX of Maysvillc For Attorney General JAMES BREATH1TT of Hopkinsvllle For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of llnrrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD FARLEY- of Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER of Munfordsville For Superintendent Public Instruction PROF J G ORABBE of Ashland Foor Clerk of the Court of Appeal NAPIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture M C RANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For R R Commissioner Third DIst A T SILER of Whitley coumy i al csatl r- tip SOCIETY ii Miss Altha Mahoney has been vlsi trig relatives near New Haven LlIs8 Lizzie McCloud has gone East and will spent next week in New YorkMrs Jennie Dawson has returns from a visit to relatives at New Haven Miss Florence Peake was last wet the guest of Mrs William Hagan tat Holy Cross Mr and Mrs T J Schenc have reo turned after a stay of several week nt Basin Springs Louis Sieveking of New Alban1 has been spending the week sa French Lick Springs JlIs8 Babe Hutti left Sunday rught for Henderson to spend sever J weeks visiting friends I Misses Mollie and Lily Keiran spent last week in Detroit and are now the guests of friends in Cincinnati tThe Misses Kenney of 1213 Morto who have been East for the past two weeks have returned horn Miss Mary McGinn and her siste Mrs George B Shrader of New AI bany visited friends at Corydon the I week Dr and Mrs Louis Broring wl11 arrive homo next week from a visit to Atlantic City and other Easter points Misses Carrie Rune and Mar Carney who have been spending two weeks at Chicago will return horn Monday Misses Winifred and Margaret M Laughlin of New Albany have gon to Elizabothtown to spend a wee with relatives- Miss Carmel Mahoney has returne from a visit to her sister Mrs Joseph Pottinger at Howardstowr Nelson county Miss Allie Grace of Lexington who has been spending the week here as the guest of Miss Clee Charlton wit return home Monday Mr and Mrs John C Graves of 044 Fifth street are expected horn tomorrow after a weeks visit to Chicago and Milwaukee Mr and Mrs Marry Miller of Eighth and Jefferson are rejoicing over their fIrst horna fine boy whlch arrived Wednesday David B Garvey returned wee first of the week with his wife and children from Knoxville Penn where they spent the summer with Mrs Garvcys parents The Misses McDermott of Jeffer sonville entertained at dinner Tues day evening in honor of Mrs PTConley of Chicago the guest of Miss Anna B Conley of Griffiths avenue Among those from this city regis tered last week at the big New York hotels were Messrs Frank J Deuser John J Grotty M J Gathof and Mrs J K Leahy and Miss D Morrissey Charles Garrigan and Miss Pauline Roster were united in marriage Tuesday at the home of the bride 631 First street Rev Dr Turner offIciat- ing at the ceremony David W Baird the well known attorney and Miss Eleanor Elizabeth urning were united in marriage on Vednesday by the Rev Patrick tValsb of the Sacred Heart church Mrs Harry Veeneman and daughter Gertrude of Baxter avenue have been visiting at St Martin Ohio for the past ten days where Mrs Veene mans Blstter Sister Mary Dymphana is located +Misses Rosaline and Ella Delaney the bright little daughters of Mrs Ella Delaney 1700 High street arrived home Thursday after spending hree weeks with relatives at Converse Muncie and Hartford Ind Wednesday morning at St An honys church in Jeffersonville a large gathering of friends witnessed the marriage of Miss Mary Bleed and Edward Coy a popular foreman at the car works Until recently the ride was a teacher In the public chools Mr and MrsT J McCunn and I fiiI J 1 aw r 1 rOf i 1 + Al ss- t st sF 1 Ni 4 FEAST DAY IN NAPLESFIREWORKS AT STATE EAIRi daughter Miss Mary accompanied b Mrs John L Martin have gone can extended trip up the Kentuck river On their return theywill be entertained at a Dutch supper at tIle residence of Mrs A J Mann 015 Washington street John P Cassilly Circuit Court stenographer left Thursday for St Joseph and Denton Harbor lIe was accompanied by Miss Lucy Coakle of this city and Miss Mamie Me Auliffe of Teffersonville They will be away for ten days and will visit Chicago before their return Messrs M J Lehrrittcr Willliai Hosier Henry Schweiters and Nlc Bosler accompanied by their wlvei leave tomorrow for orfolk where they will attend the national meet- Ing of the Eagles Before returning they will spend two weeks visitin the Exposition Philadelphia New York and Boston Mrs Roger McGrath wife of the Secretary of the Board of Public Works who has been seriously ill at her home on Sherwood avenue was KO much improved Thursday that her physician said she was out of danger Mrs McGrath lost her infant daughter almost after its birth and for a time had been in a precarious condition William H Borntrager the popti tar drummer and wife of 1115 Twentyfirst street will tomorro entertain a large number of their friends in honor of the christening their only child a bright little boy who has just arrived from babylam The sponsors will be Henry Wempi and Mrs Barbara Borntraegei grandfather and grandmother of thei boy One of the prettiest weddings of the summer season was solemnize Wednesday at St Patricks churcl when the words that united Mis Edith Gllligan and C H Head wer i pronounced by Vicar General Cronin Miss Gilligan is a vivacious and poet lar girl of the West End and thei groom is a former well known res ident of Owensboro A reception followed the ceremony at the home of the bride 317 Eighteenth street after which the couple left for thei East where they arc spending their honeymoon FATHER DRUFNERS JUBILEE Rev A E Drufner pastor of thei Holy Family church Price Hill onei of the ablest and most prominen priests of the Cincinnati diocese celebrated the twentyfifth anniversar of his ordination last Tuesday In deference to the wishes of his par- Ishioners Father Drufner consented to a modest religious celebration of the important anniversary Higl mass of thanksgiving was sung the jubllnrlan officiating and assisted b several of the local clergy The jubilee sermon was delivered by Rev L A Tieman pastor of St Rose church The felicitations of the par ish were presented after muss by the Board of Wardens VISITORS FROM MONTANA Mrs Myles White and her son Charles White of Butte Mont ar rived in Louisville Saturday and were the guests of Mr Charles White 1225 West Jefferson street Mrs White is now the guest of relatives at Fairfield but will return to Louisville to remain until November after which she will return to Butte Mrs White removed to Butte about five years ago and is charmed with the climate and the peqple Tier husband is connected with a big Montana mining concern ANSWERS LAST SUMMONS Thomas Nugent aged fiftytwo years died Wednesday morning at his home 1076 Portland avenue after- a long illnesS The deceased was a stone mason and was well known and highly respected in the West End where he had resided for many years lIe leaves ft wife and wide circle of relatives The funeral took place Friday morning with a solemn mass of requiem from St Patricks church of which Mr Nugent had been a devout member CARE FOR THE BOYS The Passlonist priests have taken new steps for the care of boys and heir labors will extend over G wide field Rev Father Benedict of the assionist Retreat on the Newburg oad left Thursday for Cincinnati to conduct an eight days mission for tho 350 boys in St Vincents home Bnd soon after leis return hero will esume the work in other places where there are similar boys homes GOOD FOR WINN Col Matt J Winn manager of the Louisville Jockey Club has signed 0 fiveyear contract with James cutler and for that time will mango the Empire track In New York at an annual salary of 10000 Col Venn is also the manager of the descent City and City Park tracks at New Orleans and from mil his compensation will be not less than 40000 This is much better than be- Ing a member of the Board of Public afety KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere I Owensboro Council will hold an initiation jn September The two Milwaukee councils an being urged to unite in the leasing lf new club rooms- Commodore Barry Council of Ntev York City opened its tall social season Tuesday night with a shirtwaist danceThe members who attended the outing last week at Fern Grove all report themselves as having hud an enjoyable day Andy Kast is looking for the Knight that gave him the cigar on the excursion Brother Kast has fully recovered That was an eloquent and feeling tribute paid the late James J Fits gerald by Thomas Walsh at the meeting of Louisville Council this week A large class will be initiated Into the principles of Columbianism and a jubilee banquet will be served at Fort Wayne Ind on September 25 Bob Watson of the Louisvllli council narrowly escaped injury at the picnic in attempting to umpire a ball game between the tailors and undertakersWhen cornerstone of the Sacred Heart church was laid nt Boulder Col the Knights of tha city attended in a body and assists Bishop Matz- Conception Council of Jersey City held a summernlghts festival Wednesday at Schuetzen Park the entertainment being declared the best ever given there State Deputy Martin of Wisconsin has been authorized to arrange II- i lecture course for all the Wisconsin councils this fall and winter A fifty cent per capita tax has been levied to meet the expense FONTAINE FERRY OFFERING Fontaine Ferry Park will offer it patrons another splendid line of at tractions next week The new vaudeville bill booked for Hopkins Pavilion it is declared will alone be well worth a trip to the part beautiful Great preparations havi been made by the management foe the celebration of Labor day next Monday Among the star features planned will be the grand display ol fireworks in the evening It will be given as a free attraction and the management declares that it will bone of tle most magnificent aid costly pyrotechnic exhibitions eve given in Louisville Cooks Band and Miss Emma Par dJge the favorite vocal soloist will continue in the free concerts during the coming week SEASON ENDS TUESDAY The White City will close its gates for the peason next Tuesday even ing September 2 Although starting under a handicap of bad weather the park gained in popularity throughout the summer and will close with a successful season to Its credit The feature Sunday afternoon and even ing will be a Teddy bear carnival Prizes will be offered for the most striking bears Between the nours of 2 and 230 and 8 and 830 in the evening there will be a hunt for the couple who will marry at the top of the chutes slide on Monday night at 0 oclock Ten dollars in gold will be given to the person finding them both afternoon and evening THEATERS With next week the theatrical sea son will be in full blast all the local houses but one being then open Macauleys will present Al Fields minstrels with a Labor day matinee The Mary Anderson will open its doors Monday afternoon and give two high class vaudeville performances daily Just Out of College George Adas newest comedy will be the Masonio Theater offering This is said tore fully as good as any of the comedies seen here at high prices DANCE AT FERRY This is the newsboys day at Fon alno Ferry Park and the dance that will take place tonight for their bene tit will be managed by Messrs Louis Celffer Clarence Nevin Roy Campbell and other members of tho Non larlel Club that was so popular sevI ernl years ago- TITLE FOR MRS RYAN Information has reached New York from Rome that Pope Pius X has bestowed the title of Countess on Mrs Thomas P Ryan wife of the well known financier In recognition of her charities and benefactions to the church The title it is understood was bestowed last December 1 but the fact did not become publicly nown until now Mrs Ryans gifts to I tllO church and to charity it is stat i ed ran into millions lD WHITE CITY TEDDY BEAR CARNIVAL Sunday Afternoon and Evening Prizes for the Most Striking Bears 20 IN GOLD To the person picking out the Bride and Groom Watch the Greenwood ave gate 2 to 230 8 to 830 p m Sunday FREE FREE FREEBEGINNING SEPT 2 In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get flyer for the children look week for cut Albert T Schranz REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRAN- CE5lfONEY TO LOANI CUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Room Law Bldg Center and Green FONTAINEFEp kTHE PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimproedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts ORDER YO- URCOAL FRO- MDouherIy Lannin Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Bes creened Pittsburg coal This is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 Office Hours Home Phone to 4 6127 J FRANK SULIIVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE IOPULAB MANAGER John Shanghnessy formerly engaged in the hotel business at Madison Ind and popular with the traveling public has accepted the posl ion of assistant manager at the Gait louse and the first of the week entered upon his duties Manager ihaughnessy has a wide acquaintance hroughout Indiana Ohio and Kentucky and the Gait House management may congratulate itself upon securing for the position a man of his experience and ability STATE FAIR WEEK The tIme and place for holding the Kentucky State Fair were definitely settled this week Through tho good offices of President tralnger and Manager Wlnn the tats Board of Agriculture have secured Churchill Downs for six days and nights beginning September 10 from this time forward not moment will be lost and every arrangement will bo made for the biggest and best fair ever held in Kentucky MANY PRIZES A large and varied amount of hand some prizes have been secured by the ladles of St Aloysius church of Pewee Valley for the euchro which Is- to be given at the residence of Mrs D Graham next Wednesday afterI Boon and evening An elegant supper rill also be served in conneotion I A EUREKAFLYER S as long as they last will be given in each sack of- EDINCERS 4 EUREKA FLOUR Non Bitlir MadeVExcept 10cent 15 cent and 6 Ib sacks I a next Co I 9 DR a a n +F Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST FOR Furniturer Of all kinds at the lowest prices 1Goth WM F MAYER P 419 W MARKET STREET SUNDAYS8T06 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work don for the least mossy Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFF lOB 12 FIFTH STREET Photos Made At Night By Engagemente WY RANT BROS- Photographers BRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY- Now at 578 Fourth Avenuea CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Gag FOURTH VENUEBoth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction lZUaranteedt HENRY AAIJIJ PULSIfP U DYER AND CLEANER adJes and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED hone ossa 528 Fifth Street vith the euchre Louisville friends Df Rev Father Boea can reach there Irect by the Peweo Valley cars vhich leave every thirty minutes I r U p SI NTUCKY XRISH RIOAN z + BE SURE TO CALL FO- RMcKENNA t I WHISKY I IITIIS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield KY001001H r SSWSAAAAAAAW v v MJBANNON P BANNONJR H M WOLTRINQ R B BANNON Prts Mgr VlciPnt Sicniary Trtasur- trFF s Bannon Sower PipeP Co s Salt Glued Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pla for Steam Conduits r Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining i+ ire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brlctt OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtBPIIONBS73 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth YBLBPNO- Nf2533AmoaasC rs uess iran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W 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flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeHersinvllle Give your boys an education that will prep them for life ST XAVIERS 1 12 W Broadway LouUvlllt Ky Conducted by tbeXarerian Brothers EdenUic and Buiiuesi Courses Preptrat partiaeat Owtamln Pool WellJi Oyraaastotn Terms Moderate Bro James r n C I PETER M ANDRWI 8 88O8N AGOIN MRUF1CTURER Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B YENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty EXCHANGEEff- LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietorsz 339 FIFTH STREET SJ- n u MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND KENTUCKY STATE FAIR TO BE HELD AT CHURCHILL DOWNS JOCKEY CLUB WEEK OF SEPT 16And Especially IrishAmerican Night Sept 17 THOS C MCCABE CHAIRMAN Address of welcome by noted local Irish orator Portrait in fire of famous Irish leader Something doing every minute of six great days and nights Big Exhibits Big Amusements Big Fireworks Big Music Help swell the weeks attendance to a quarter in this great week WITHOUT OFFICERS But Otherwise a Good Meet Ing of Division 4 A O H The meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday evening although a good one from a financial standpoint was noticeable for the fact that Financial Secretary W J Connelly was the only officer present The meeting was called to order by Thomas Lynch and John H Hennessy was elected temporary President John OConnor Jr as Vice President and John J Barry as Recording Secretary The relief committee reported that the entire division was free from Illness President Hennessy obligated Rich ard Tallon and the applications of George Flahive and Morton Tully were received and referred to Inves tigating committees Division 4 now has about eighteen or twenty candidates awaiting Initia tion and the Secretary has been In structed to compile a full report of their names and the respective In vestigating committees for each ap plicant An effort will then be made to present them for an early initia tion In all probability Division 4 will soon change their headquarters to a hall in Limerick their old stamping ground and which Is a fertile field for the building of a big division LETTER CARRIERS Louisville Will Be Ably Represented at National Convention The Falls City Branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers and the State at large will be ably represented at the national conven tion next week at Canton Ohio Charles I Carrithers Louis Born traegcr and William W Davis repre senting the local body and Walter- S Emmons delegate from the State at large with Abraham Schoenficld as a guest of the delegation leave to morrow morning for the convention city The convention will meet Monday and be in session until Saturday night September 7 Kentuckys dele gates expect to lead the simple life and put in a week of very strenuous work for the carriers of the country Returning they will stop over at Cincinnati and explore the Queen City for several days ENCYCLICALEXPECTED It is reported that Pope Pius is about to follow up the recent syl labus with regard to socalled mod ernism in the faith with an encyclical condemning all modernist errors NOW JACK TAR John J McGinty who has resided here all his life and is well known left last Sunday for Norfolk to enter the United States navy Eight other Kentuckians enlisted with him last week at the Louisville recruiting sta tion McGinty will give a good ac count of himself SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY The parochial schools of Louisville will open Monday but tiro session will be a short one Parents are urged to send their children to these schools as it is only in them that they will receive training in their religion which is of the utmost im portance WANT IIIM BACK Patrick Finegan former turnkey a the jail and for several years past with the L N railroad machine shop left Wednesday to accept a position at his trade in St Luis Pats many friends here hope that his stay will only be temporary as they all miss his sunny and genial companionship CATCHING TURTLES Sergeant James McLaughlin of the New Albany police department noted as a hunter and fisherman has been spending his summer vacation this week on Mosquito creek in Harrison county devoting the time to catching turtles and hunting squirrels Should he make a good catch a big supper will follow for his friends CATHOLIC JUBILEE The celebration of the golden jubi lee of Catholicity in Hioux City has been fixed for Sunday September 8 which will also bo the third anni versary of the dedication of the Cathedral It was at first intended to hold It on Wednesday September 11 but the great attractions offered at tho InterState Fair which will beheld there during that week would interfere with its proper observance The dedication of the Sacred Heart church at North Riverside will probably take place on the afternoon of the same day 0 t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secrwtary P J Oasick CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Flnegan- Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial Secretary John T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings oJ Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergeuDtntarmsThomas Noon DIVISION I Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentJoseph P McGinn ElVicewatt Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Leninan SergeaDtatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfauu Hall County President Louis Constan j tinePresldeDtJohD Kennedy Vice IresidentB Coyle Recording Secret fryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney MarshallM Garrlty Banner BearerJ G Cole Y M J MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eveniigs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Den Reed Financial Secretary Frank Q Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside Sentinel Gorge Bartsch Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 620W St Catherine Both Phones ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR Churches and societies giving picnics lawn fetes etc can by notifying the Kentucky Irish American office avoid a conflict of dates as they will be posted in this column free of charge September 28t Pauls church picnic at Phoenix 11111 Park September 3 Trinity Council Y L I watermelon feast at club house September 4St Aloysius church Pewee Valley euchre and supper September 6Euchre at Mercy Hospital in Jeffersonville RETURN FROM ITALY Anthony Montedonico and wife who have been making a long visit in Italy arrived in Louisville Thursday and are the guests of Mr and Mrs Al Kolb Mr and Mrs Montedonico will make their home hero and will reside on Sixth street ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS The State Fair management has closed a contract with Paynas Pyro technic Company for a reproduction of the big Eruption of Vesuvius dur ing the big exhibition here Septem ber 1021 This is one of the greatest fire work spectacles ever produced in the United States It is expected to prove a big attraction The Fair management this year will award 25000 in prizes hmo g the exhib itorsII pandraw n ftr CHILD LABOR In All Its Forms to Be Fought by American Federation The Executive Council of the American Federation of Labor deter mined Saturday to prosecute with greater vigor than ever a campaign 1 before all State Legislatures for the abolition of child labor in all its forms the fight to be against the em ployment of any child under fourteen years old at any gainful employment for profit this not to include the em ployment of a mans own children on his farm This is one of the princi upbyjoint committee of the Massachusetts State Legislature at Boston August 27 All civic organizations will be asked to cooperate with the Federa tion In an effort to have the next I Congress enact some stringent Im migration laws providing for the ex clusion of Asiatic laborers of every description President Roosevelt and Congress were asked to investigate the cost of buying the telegraph lines for Government ownership MISTAKES That Are Common as to Char acteristics of Irish People The accepted Irish type of the massesthe stage Irishman may be amusing says the Outlook but he smacks also of indolence thriftless ness a tendency to drink and even alack of certain primary virtues fortunately these failings are not characteristic of the Irish people as a whole In every quarter of the globe Irish men and women have shown themselves hard workers if they have not displayed the same energy at home it Is because of the general agricultural oppression and depression because of unsanitary dwellings and insufficient food As to drink contrary to the general supposition the Irishman spends- a less average on it than does the Englishman or Scot moreover the irishman spends more on beer than on spirits the contrary being true of the Scot Furthermore and even more surprising to many statistics show the Irish to be less criminally inclined than are the inhabitants of Great Britain m particular as to sexual morality the stranger in Ire land is invariably surprised by the rectitude of the people In 1841 Irelands population was estimated at 8100000 In 1001 at 4400000 Thus In sixty years the population fell by nearly 4000000 AmerIca has won what Ireland haa lost But this is not all Quality as well as quantity is involved The emigrants have generally been in lifes full vigor most of those who have remained have been physically mentally and industrially deficient Meanwhile the burden of taxation has enormously increased Is it sur prising then that with the exception of Frbiice Irelands birth rate should be now the lowest n the world WILL STOP ACHE Dampen a small piece of cotton with oil of sassafras and put in cavity of tooth and in most cases imme diate relief from toothache will follow NICE OCEAN TRIP Col F J Herrmann Chairman of the Sinking Fund Commission received a letter Tuesday from Paris stating that Mr and Mrs Michael Herrmann had a nice ocean trip and were safe in the French metropolis Mr Herrmann is the French Consul ill Louisville and will remain in Paris for several weeks on consular busi ness Before returning he will visit his old home and the friends of his boyhood days FILTERING WATER As efficient a filter as can possibly- be secured may be made in a few minutes by anyone at the cost of a few cents Take a new flower pot close the opening in the bottom with a piece of sponge on ton of which place a layer of small stones pre vIously well cleaned The layer should be about two inches deep the upper stones should be smaller Next procure some freshly burnt charcoal which has not been kept in a damp- or illaired place Reduce this to a powder and mix it with twice its bulk of sharp cleanlywashed sand With this mixture fill the pot to within a few inches from thesmallcover it with another layer of tones and place flannel Theflannelaround the rim should be large enough to tie around the pot and also to leave a little hollow in the center The charcoal should be enewed about twice a month To bleach a garment hang it on the line during nice weather and let L FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Climb Phone flair 1913 1913TIZID v WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled BeersNSold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beerkj BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 H H PABST BEER i ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the agedI Sts 0 1 ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WESLJ6 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Y Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFIN DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MA- DEJOHNPOEQTELCO F WCORPOR- ATQDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES BPI LOUISVILLE KY All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY HIINOLD DHAIHR IN Staplep and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone 339 540 W WALNUT HEREMANN BRO IUPORTKR3 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street it take dew and sunshine but no rain f 1 XOITISVIZhE Y 111 ItbetterDIAMOND N ALL PLA MANUP URD BY Kentucky Wall Plaster INCORPORATE BOTH PHONES Brook and River Lo Also operating the Hoosier ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind P VINES LIQUORS VALS SALOOVAL LESTER Prop V Hit Lunch every morning from to 1230 oclock 441 W QUBJBJSfi A J i SEDPTT7S0 JLJWLtOIH ANY CRICr1tt Last WeeK This is the last week of the END OF SEASON SALE Come now and get the benefit benefit of our low prices THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO 424 SIIBetweea h J r r St Picniec t FOR BENEFIT OF NEW SCHOOL- s LABOR DAY MONDAY SEPT 2f 1907 Io At Phoenix Hill Park x Euchre at 3 and 8 p m Handsome prizes Baby Show at 4 pm 5 in gold to the handsomest boy baby 5 in gold to handsomest girl baby Mamas Bring the babies for a chance on thex10 chargediEvery boy attending the picnic gets a free chance on jj La Fine Angora Goat Wagon and Harness The lucky boy will ride home happy with his dandy rig Come boys come Children under 12 yrs free Our Famous Dinner and Supper 25c t CENTSTICt r 1 g kr THE FARRAND =CECILIAN IS A PIANO ANY ONE CAN PLAY You will not have to spend hours of practicing if you invest in a FARRANDCECILIAN Piano It is a highgrade PIANO with the wonderful Cecil ian mechanism contained in it making a combination par excellence Each and every member of the family can have just the class of music he or she desires Can you imagine a more satisfying instrument in the home Havent you wished many times that you would like k to have music in the home You can have it at all o times if you place a FARRANDCECILIAN there If you have an old Piano we will take same as part payment on a Farrand Cecilianthe balance you can pay in monthly installm- entsNTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC co Incorporated 0I2SOOO FOURTH AVENUE President Try Our Coffee Special 3 Ibs for 50c HOUSEKEEPERS Hotel keepers and restaurant keepers who have used our FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEES all know that they GO FARTHER and make better coffee than the ordinary coffees which are always likely to be stale andweakTEA SPECIAL for iced tea black green or mixed It CC per lb trv lVIULL0Y COFFee ROASTER 8 MomPbonai3a3 Q14 W MARI IDI 8rREEr 8fI sfiie Ghas fl Rogers BOOK Goi PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give BS a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the a finest of their kind In the city W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOf EVERY DESCRIPTION 84 W Jefierson Street 4C0 AND A SPECIALTY SHEPAR fi QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged the best gas ran ge in the market They cook quickly ba ke excellently add on account of their pit eat air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily Ilea ned and are made to last The new impr ovements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our t pricestI 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND I 0 RGKEST AND BESTI- N THE CITY NITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated WORK GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED IBOTH PHONICS 4 1188403732 N C MANOF ==7 I All Sale CarpetsLaid Laidand I andLined LinedFREE SiREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH1 1MARKET INCORPORATED CarpetsLaid Laidand andI I Bought 1800000 StocK ofI High Grade Carpets I From Klem Bros of Altoona Pa Who Are Going Out of the Carpet Business at 60 on the dollariIIWe IIIPlace These Carpets on Sale Monday September I iatMarvelous Bargain Prices Buy new Fall Carpet from this sale and save immensely Come see and be convinced The sale includes Axminster Brussels Ingrain and Rag Carpet in a variety of color schemes and attractive 0 patternsJ HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Division 3 will meet next Thursday evening and Division 2 next Friday evening The meeting of Division 1 last week was poorly attended a bare quorum being present The contest just closed in Minne sota added hundreds of members to the order in that State 1lIchaellfcGilUcuddy of Division 1 Is being upon hLs ap pointment as a member of the police forceNow that the warm spell is about over members should attend meet ings and prepare for the fall initia tionsThe two largest divisions in Minne sota are Division 4 of St Paul with 558 and Division 3 of Minneapolis with 484 members Division 4 of St Paul won the State membership contest having secured fiftyone new members Division 3 of Minneapolis came second with fifty It Is expected that every member of the order will help the boys of Division 2 by attending their picnic on September 11 at Phoenix Hill ParkThe Ancient Order in New York moves onward with never backward step Its strength power and Influ ence are greater this year than ever beforeThe annual outing of Division 3 of Syracuse was a great success The married men won the ball game and their opponents presented Umpire John Gallagher a lemon Members of the order will be glad to see Secretary John F Morris in his new police uniform John is not the largest man on the force but none will render more faithful serv iceThe New York State Board met at Utica and freely discussed the ques tion of Hibernian military organiza tions In the State and greater effort was urged for the formation of com panies wherever possible The Niagara Falls division has ar ranged to donate books treating on the Irish language for use in the lo cal parochial schools The Sacred Heart school will be the first to be equipped with the Celtic primers The two auxiliaries of Columbus Ohio will hold a joint basket which the 200 members are looking forward to as one general round of pleasure Special cars have been chartered for the accommodation of their friends Many thousands attended the general field day of the Hibernians of Lackawana and Luzerne counties At Scranton on Wednesday There were all kinds of field sports and the day was perhaps the biggest in the his tory of Luna Park President Callen states that the net proceeds of the recent picnic at Milwaukee will run close to 2250 No plans have as yet been made for the coming winter but there is con siderable talk among the members of having a banquet in celebration of St Patricks da Steps should be taken to Increase the attendance at meetings The members are not showing the right spirit and unless there is a decided change there will be a falling off in our numbers With all paying proper attention and working for the order the membership could easily be in creased to 3000 in Louisvlllle JEFFEHSONVILLE EUCHRE The Catholic ladles of Jefferson villa will give a big euchre next Thursday evening on the grounds of Mercy Hospital in that city The committee have secured many hand some prizes that will be worth striv- Ing for and a largo crowd Is expect ed from the three Falls cities as the euchre proceeds will be used for charitable purposes FORMS CHILDRENS CHOIR The children of Holy Cross church Thirtysecond and Broadway will be organized into a choir next week by Mrs Anna Cunningham who re cently moved into the parish An amount of g9od material exists among the young people of Holy Gross Many excellent Voices are pos v r sessed by both its girls and boys and Rev Father Sheridan hopes that all will gladly join the new choir Mrs Cunningham formed the first singIng class both among children and young ladies and men of that parish rome years ago after the dedication of the church The services of Forty Hours will be held when the children can carry the musical programm- eWATERMELON FEAST And Pleasant Surprises For Next Meeting of Trin ity Council Trinity Council Y M L has ar ranged to have a watermelon feast at its meeting next Tuesday night at their club house Every member of the council is requested to be pres ent as an old time jollification is planned by the committee in charge The third degree team will have a funny stunt that is expected to sur prise and please the members Only a small attendance was present at the meeting last Tuesday evening John Cuniffe presiding in the ab sence of President Conkling- On account of the pressure of other business Clarence II Look resigned as collector and his resigna tion was received with much regret as Mr Zook had done efficient work in assisting the Financial Secretary The euchre committee were unable to make a complete report of their recent euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill Park but will do so at the next meeting LEAVES MONDAY Rev Father Gabriel Eilers O M C former director of music in the Catholic University at Innspruck Austria who has been spending several weeke here as the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Eilers 3001 Greenwood avenue will leave Monday for Trenton N J where he will be professor of music at St Francis College Father Eilers is ecognlzed as a musician of the high est rank During his stay he vis ited the Franciscan fathers a number of times WELCOME VISITOR Rev Victor Waller 0 M C as sistant at the Church of the Assump tion at Syracuse has been spending his vacation with relatives here and was a welcome visitor to his old home Father Waller was ordained last year and the celebration of his first mass was made one of the notable occasions in the history of St Peters church on Southgate street where ho was a schoolboy and lived with his parents until his entry to the holy priesthood CONDITION IMPROVING Mrs George E Ruffner of 23 Deer wood avenue wife of the assistant treasurer of the Stewart Dry Goods Company who was stricken with typhoid fever is reported improving at St Josephs Infirmary Her many Friends will welcome tho news of her changed condition IN MEMORIAM or Robert Emmet OSullIvaM Who Died July 28 1907 Gone from a world of sorrow and pain- Bearing the seal of his God on his brow Gone where our dear ones will meet him again- Mingling with angels and seraphims now 4 Wide is the gap in the home circle made Void are the hearts which thy presence once filled Lone are the walks where thy foot steps oft strayed Silent the laugh which with melody thrilled His life was a mystical poem Deep hidden away from the sight We see but the sad tranquil surface While God reads its records aright May faith unbroken and love sincere Our barks guide safely down lifes stream May we meet for aye on heavenly shore Where sad acting comes no more And may our darling Emmett Among the holiest there be found Where all his hidden priceless merits With special glory shall be crowned Prairie Du Roche 111 1t All Sale 1 I cents your congratulated outing IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I A young girl named Annie Gull foyle aged sixteen years daughter of Constable Gullfoyle of Ballyglass was drowned at Ennlscrone County SlIgo while bathing Most Rev Dr Sheehan Bishop of Waterford was presented with an ad dress accompanied by check for 5000 from the clergy and people of the diocese The presentation took place in the Cathedral presby tery Alderman Whittle presiding and a large number of clergy and laity attending J J Feely read the address which was signed by the Mayor Maurice Quinlan Madame ONeill of Algiers a des cendant of the Kings of Ulster and widow of a General in the French army who was also descended from the same illustrious family visited the home of her ancestors a few days ago Madame was accompanied by Miss Pelletier of Dublin to Benburb and thence visited the old Castle at Dungannon She also visited Don aghmore and Tullyhogue A charge of attempted burglary at Kllronan Castle County Roscommon was Investigated at Keady petty ses sions and a man who gave his name as John Russell of Belfast was re turned for trial at Doyle Quarter Sessions Lord Kingston deposed to being awakened Sunday morning by sounds at the window of his bed room and on the parapet of the win dow he secured the prisoner who is about twentysix years of age An old and much esteemed figure in the public life of County Limerick passed away In the person of Justice Robert Pigott of Rathkeale He oc cupied the position of Chairman of the Rathkeale Board of Guardians and under the new regime acted as Chairman of the District Council He was also a member of the Limerick County Council since its commence ment and in politics a consistent Na tionalist His funeral to the family burial place at Nantenan was repre sentative of all sections of the county At the Kenmare court a tailor named Michael Shea of Knockduff charged with larceny created an ex citing scene Constable Allen had given evidence which the accused contradicted and as the constable came close to the dock after stepping off the witness chair Shea struck him a violent left blow with his clenched fist Capt Crane Immedi handI a volume of abusive language For the assault and abusive language in court the prisoner was sentenced to six months imprisonment It was officially conveyed to the priests assembled In conference in Derry that the briefs for the appointment of Most Rev D McHugh Bish op Designate for the Diocese of Der ry had been received and that the consecration would take place on Sunday September 29 The Vicar Capitular Right Rev Mgr MLough lln presided at the conference and It was arranged to present an address from the clergy to the Bishop Dr McHugh was born In Termonamon gan County Tyrone being ordained twentysix years ago He was subse quently appointed Professor in St Colombs College of which he be came President in 1890 an office he filled with tho highest distinction Two years ago he succeeded Monsignor OHagan as parish priest of Stra bano and last year was honored by the Pope with the dignity of Monsig nor IHSHOl SrALUING IN KENTUCKY Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peoria arrived in Lebanon last week for a visit of a month to relatives and friends in Kentucky It will be gratifying news to everybody to know that the Bishop Is again looking well and enjoying splendid health ASSIST HOLY FATHER Catholics of the Louisville ttiocese will next Sunday week make their ifferiuir in all the churches for the assistance of Pope Plus X who has been burdened with the expense of caring for the church in France The collection will be taken up at all the masses and it is confidently expected that this good old diocese will be generous in iits contribution 4t1lNlONNOINN NOHN000NNON iONiNMi9 ii N i JAMES GREENE I 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs i Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMSaI Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would v qualityfromalwaysbemarks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the customer Is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER J530 West flarket Street 1 16 Per 100 BushelsWe have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the bes teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL CO Incorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight CreekAFALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUAr rERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Established Reliable System Dies RRNCi- Treildeat THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and Typewriting I Iacquisition 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