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I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XIXNO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1907 PRICE FIVE CENT UNIVERSAL Sorrow Fellows the Death of Dean of the American Hierarchy Most Rev Archbishop Williams Goes to His Eternal Reward His Funeral the Most Imposing Ever Witnessed in Boston CARDIKAL GIBBONS LOVING TRIBUTE The entire Catholic world WM cast in gloom last Saturday morning when news was flashed from Boston of the death of the Most Rev John J Williams Archbishop of the Boston diocese dean of the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic church in America and for a generation or more the spiritual head of that faith in New England Cardinal Gibbons expressed regret at his inability to preach the sermon over his friend owing to the physical strain Archbishop Williams ho said was a personal friend Indeed the dearest among the episcopate our acquaintance going back forty one years ago For the last twenty years he had visited me twice a year on the occasion of our meetings of Archbishops at Washington I venture to say that at the time of his death he was the most influential man for good in New England Although ho never meddled in politics he was a genuine patriot The funeral of Archbishop Will lams whose death brought forth many expressions of grief was held at the Cathedral of 1he Holy Cross on Wednesday Cardinal Gibbons came from Baltimore and officiated at the solemn Pontifical mass of requiem which was celebrated at 1030 oclock in the forenoon The office of the dead was chanted by hundreds of priests on Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock while the body lay In state at the Cathedral The funeral was one of the most imposing that has been held in Boston for many years and in addition to the high digni taries of the church there were present leaders in the political and civil life of the city The solemn ceremony of trans ferring the body from the huge catafalque upon which the casket lead rested since Monday to its place of repose beneath The great white altar followed the Pontifical mass of requiem The requiem which way made deeply impressive by a wealth of splendor and elaborate ritual was celebrated by Cardinal Gibbons whose rank was bestowed upon him by Pope Leo XIII at the request if Archbishop Williams who had declined the honor in favor of his closest friend in the hierarchy Most Rev John Joseph Williams Archbishop of Boston was born in Boston April 27 1822 Looking back to that lay over the changes and progress of the intervening years seems indeed like going back to prim itive times It was the day of the stagecoach Stephenson had not yet built his railroad from Liverpool to Manchester and it seems strange to think that when young Williams went to Montreal to enter the sem inary he had to travel from Boston to the St Lawrence by frequent re 1 lays of coaches drawn by horses In 1822 Bishop Cheverus was still in Boston John Adams and Thomas Jefferson were still alive The din cese of Boston then embraced all New England with a Catholic popula tion of less than 10000 attended by not more than half a dozen priests It was in 1822 that Boston obtained its charter as a city and had Its population of some 45000 of whom scarcely more than 4000 were Cath conditionsCatholic population of fully one million and a half Boston with a Catholic population of probably 350000 within a fivemile radius ofy the State House on Beacon Hill over 1800 priests in what forms the Province of New England together with the churches schools and char itable institutions everywhere to be- foundall form a picture of growth and progress during these eightyfive years that seems more like a dream of romance than an actual reality and leaves us in admiring wonders how such a development could take place In the span of a single life Archbishop Williams was ordained to the priesthood at Saint Sulpice in Paris in 1845 There he had made Ids theological studies and after ordination he returned immediately to Boston stopping on the way for a short visit to the home of his parents in Ireland He at once re ceived an appointment to the Cathe dral on Franklin street under Bishop Fenwick whose death occurred in August 1840 The special duty as to Father Williams was the care of the children of the Sunday school To his zeal in this Sunday school work may be attributed the first beginnings of the present par ish of St James To Father Williams was entrusted the task of securing such a place and the result was the opening of a chapel on Beach street under the title of the Chapel of the Holy Family in 1850 From this beginning four years later the parish of St James was organized IIALLEYS COMET It is now less than three years to the time when one of the most won drous objects ever seen in the hear ens will reappear after on absence so long that only a very few aged people remember having seen It at all It Is known as Halleys comet It was last seen In 1835 it will bet o t nQ o y next seen in 1910 Unlike a total eclipse of the sun lasting never more than eight or nine minutes this speotacle will be on exhibition night after night during weeks if not months and again unlike a solar eclipse it can be seen not only within certain narrow limits but from polo 10 pole the earth round At first it will show very faint and hazy almost like an obscure star then it will become brighter and a tall will develop Finally it will stretch across the heavens as long as the Big Dipper or longer and will possess a brightness which wlli make it visible even in daylight In 1450 this comet nearly drove Europe Insane with fear but in 1910 it will be a welcome visitor from far dlstant space whose light will cheer the Heart of every beholder and when It departs It will be mourned ns a lost friend FATHER WENTZ Will Visit America and In spect the Jesuit Houses A tonne correspondent writes that It is rumored there that the Black Pope as the General of the Jesuit order is called will visit the houses of his order in America Father Wentz a German by birth is the successor of Father Martin who died a few months ago After his accession lie set out to visit all the houses of his order in Italy and he is at present in Venice Before leaving tome he had an interview with the Pope and U Iis said he has received the Papal permission for a tour of the world to visit the hundreds of in stitutions of his order In New York he will make his headquarters at the St Francis College but his business of Inspection will not permit him to remain long in the American metrop olis His place of residence in America will probably be the Jesuit University at St Louis which is considered by the order their most Im portant establishment in the United States It Iis probable that Father Wentz will travel as far as San Fran cisco owing to the recent construc tion of St Ignatius College which is now being rebuilt with the as sistance of the order Ills stay in America will be of several months durationAnother ecclesiastical I dignitary who will soon go to the United States is Cardinal Ylnceno Ynnnutelli who will not only be a Papal representn tive at the Pittsburg Eucharistic Congress In October but will be invested with the faculties of Legatus a Latere which term means that lit will leave the right of receiving the same honors as the Pope himself It is understood that arrangements for his reception linye already been made in America and that especially in New York he will receive great at tention The Cardinal will visit President liooosevelt at Washington His stay in America will be brief be cause lie Is at the head of several Important congregations which re quire his presence PRIESTS Forced to Do Hard Labor Since Prance Withdrew Support A long list of French parish priests who have been compelled through the withdrawal of the State stipends to resort to various kinds of work has Just been drawn up Bookkeeping is the occupation that finds fa vor with the greatest number be cause it interferes little with clerical duties but many of tho priests follow industries involving hard manual labor The parish priest of Grain court near Dieppe repairs bicycles and automobiles and builds motor cycles to order Other priests make or sell sewing machines acetylene lamps and iron railings Seven re pair watches and jewelry The list ucludes a tailor an embroiderer c printer a wood turner chemists two poultry farmers n snail farmer an envelope maker a painter a sculptor and numerous photographers These ecclesiastical workmen have formed an alliance with a President Treas urer and Secretary and have an organ published in the small town of Blace in the Department of the Rhone They propose to continue their occupations until arrangements for distributing the subscriptions for the maintenance of the clergy will enable them to devote their whole time to clerical duties HOME NEXT WEEK The many friends and admirers of Miss Laura Raffo will rejoice to learn that her condition has greatly im proved and that she is expected home next week She is now convalescing at the home of her aunt in Balti more and is accompanied by her mother LOOKS LIKE STRIKE The strejt car situation remains unchanged from last week both the company and the men standing firm Many conferences have been held hut without avail ami everything points to a strike As we go to press a final vote is being taken by the union and it may be that before Ithe paper enters the mail we will all he forced to walk A strike Is unfortunate at any time but especially just now in Louisville when business is opening up the State fair near at hand and tIle city filled with strang ers Great harm will be done and no matter who is responsible the public will be made to suffer There should be a full and fair investigation and then the authorities and people should take a firm hold and ijee that justice is done i u I DEMOCRATS Present Strong List of Candidates For City and County Ticket Will Be Complete at Primary on Septem ber 24 Harmony Again Prevails and All Look For Usual Majority ONLY PEW HAVE OPPOSITION Entries for the Democratic pri mary to nominate candidates for city and county offices closed Tuesday night and the list presented is certainly an excellent one The can didates arc all men of character and represent the best phases of the life of this city and while some have held office not a single charge has ever been brought against any of them The fact that Owen Tyler for Mayor John K Pflanz for Jailer William OConnor for County Attorney Rob ert Hagan for Prosecutor of the Police Court Squire John M Adams for County Assessor Dan Russell for Sheriff P T Sullivan for Magistrate CountyClerkno opposition is an indication that harmony has been restored and the friends of the ticket feel confident that it will be elected by the usual majorityThe will be held on Tuesday September 24 when the races that will excite most interest will be between Thomas Shelley the present efficient and popular City Tax Re ceiver and C W Mllliken Charles D Greer and James B Kelly for Clerk of the City Court and Mike Tynan and Richard Bennett for Bailiff of the Police Court The other contests will be for Representatives to the Legislature but these may narrow down and there may yet be no necessity for a primaryCandidates whose nominations are certain because they are without op position are as follows Mayor Owen Tyler RIpyCountyCounty Attorney William J OCon nor County Assessor John M Adams County Jailer John R Pflanz County CoronerIi Charles Moir County SurveyorL D Hollings worth City Treasurer Louis E Stein City Auditor Lyne Herndon HaganSenatorThomas D Osborne- Representative Fortyseventh dlsItrict James A Hagan- Representative Fiftieth district Thomas Moran- Representative Fiftyfirst district Joseph M Lee- Magistrate Eighth district P T SullivanTwo or more candidates will com pete for the nominations in the fol lowing races City Tax Receiver Thomas A Shelly C W MillikenwJudge Police Court James P Reedy and John S Jnckman Clerk Police CourtCharles DI KellyBailiff C Bennett and Mike Tynan Representative Fortyfourth dis trict Charles P Johnson Lloyd WIGates Representative Fortyfifth district John D Clausen John Keating J E MerrickRepresentative Fortysixth district Chris Mueller George M Goetz Representative Fortyeighth his trict Harry W Robinson Edward fIFlexnerRepresentative Fortyninth dis trict William A Perry Dr J WI Galvln Constable Eighth districtAlbert B Rachel Joseph J Nelllga- nENCYCLICAL Against Unorthodox Writ Ings Being Prepared by Plus X Tho Rome correspondent of the New York World says the Pope is determined to prosecute the work lIe has started against Catholic writers who depart from the teachings of the church in their publications even exactlyyhereticalIndex which had charge of the Issuance of the document followed it up by condemning several French books of recent date and it was an nounced that the next decree will deal with German works It is stated that the Pope himself will soon issue an encyclical letter to all the Bishops of the world detail Ing the reasons that led him to pub lish the syllabus and why Catholic writers must conform to it The document will be even more im portant from a dogmatic point of view than the syllabus because it will give the direct opinions of the Pope in the matter and thus will have a bearing on the question of Papal infallibility BOGUS LIMERICK LACE Limerick laco is famous all the world over but It was discovered at a recent meeting of the Limerick In dustrial association that in a factory right In the heart of Limerick 300 girls were employed making bogus n Limerick lace by machinery It was decided to do all in the bower of the association to make public the fact that the product of thlrf factory al though made In Limerick Js not Lim erick lace Thus form of fraud Is similar to that being worked by some English capitalists who have estab lished small factories in Donegal and are making bogus Donegal tweeds with imported yarns std impuritn workmen They rely on the fact that they have small factories in the coun penalties chasers of Donegal tweeds should re member that the real article Is made by hand in the cottages of the peas ants I IRISH NIGHT HIve Hibernians Will a Big t Time at Phoenix Hill You may equalI but neverj surpass us is the spirit In which the memo bers and committee In charge of the monster Irish night ana carnival of Division 2 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have been working tort he past three weeks and President Con Ford William Median Joh t Keaney Tim Stone and Joe Sayer now feel confident that Vihen Phosnix Hill Park opens for thcri nert Wednesday night they will have the largest and most repres Mitaive gathering that has assembled there this year The committee has ar ranged a programme that will please everybody In the park there will be a grand band concert of American und Irish national airs and also n big euchre for which ninny hand some prizes will be offered In the great hall there will be dancing for young and old and a feature will be a number of the dances seen years ago in Ireland This will be an opportunity for aU- to see their old and new associates pastItIreland and the three Falls Cities will be fully represented and all are assured that Division 2 will leave nothing undone that would add to the pleasure or enjoyment of the oc casion RECENT DEATHS By the death of Mrs Mary Collins whose funeral took place Sunday afternoon St Columbas little ion gregation lost a valued member Frank and Mary Feeney have the sympathy of many friends in the death of their little daughter Lillian Agnes who was six years old Time funeral services were held Sunday afternoon the Interment being in St Louis cemetery lThe funeral of Mrs Ellen Purcell Hollywood wife of Prof lames Hollywood took place Monday morn- Ing from St Mary Magdalens church Site was the mother of Mrs Arthur II Stokes and was a woman of most exemplary character The West End was grieved Saturday when the sad news was circulat Murphybelove1 phy was dead Besides the husband several children are left to mourn her loss Her funeral took place Monday morning with a requiem mass at St Cecilias church After long suffering and making a heroic battle for life against the inevitable conqueror Mark Carr one of the oldest employes of the Gas Company died Monday afternoon at his home 910 Franklin street De ceased was born in Ireland but came to this country when a boy Besides Ills wife seven children survive him The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Cathedral Genial clever and splendid fellow lames Tlerney is lead Ill for only the news of leis death Wednesday afternoon at the res idence of his brother Edward Tierhey came as a shock to his countless friends Years ago the deceased was interested in a successful harness business but retired in 1800 Mr Tlerney was never mar vied anti is survived by only his brother and aged mother Mrs Mary Tlerney Isis funeral took place yesterday morning from St Charles church large numbers of sorrowing friends attending the solemn obsequies FATHER FLYXXS CHANGE The Rev Joseph A Flynn who as pastor of St James church at Brooksville endeared himself to time people of Bracken county has been promoted to the more Important charge of St Johns church at Georgetown While Father Flynns former parishioners regret his trans fer they rejoice that his zeal and piety have been recognized and that a wider field has been opened to him The people of St Johns are to be congratulated upon securing him for their pastor Father Flynn has a wide circle of friends and admirers In this diocese who will welcome the news of his advancement TREAT IN STORE Iron Edward J McDermott of this city has accepted an invitation to deliver a lecture before time law class of Kentucky University at Lex ington some time during the fall sea slon The subject and date have not yet been announced but the faculty and students may look for a rare intellectual treat- REPLACE THE FRIARS With the approval of Iope Pius Monsignor Agius the Apostolic Dele gate in the Philippine Islands has confided the religious administration of the islands to the lielgan congregations in place of time departed friars a n I REDMOND Cxpreemed HipI Viey Fur tlio Irish People uurt America Declares Nugatory Power o Lords Will Be Soon Abrogated Serious Error in Admittin- Roseberry Followers to Cabinet STILL HOPE FOR HONK ROLE For the first time since the rejection of the Irish home rule bill by the national convention in Dublin lobo E Redmond the Irish Parlia glfehhwas enjoying a short vacation at Aughrim County Wicklow when the correspondent called on him He was told that the Irish people in America were extremely anxious to know the plans of the leaders in the old land in view of the collapse of the home rule bill Redmond readily consented to discuss the subject and his remarks constitute a remarkable and beganThea disappointment of course Time bill did not give absolute control to the Irish people of the smallest thing connected with Irish administration even the appointment ofa special clerk was made subject to the veto of the Lord Lieutenant The consti tution of the bill was altogether wrong The Government should have taken the lpresent number of Irish representatives in the House of Commons ns the basis of the repre sentation in the national council We objected to the nominal features though if the bill had permitted a small number of members to be ap pointed for a limited period nobody would have objected This was done at the time of the establishment of IJrohdon there would have to be new elections compelledtothrt two which winild result in laving two bodies representing Ire land one in Parliament in West monster and the other nt home in inevitablyleadboth The finance feature of the bill was all wrong It was unwork able from this viewpoint Time bill only covered a small part of the ad ministration of affairs In Ireland Its most marked effect was that it would have really strengthened Dub lin Castle goverment instead of weak ening it Still if a comparatlvqlyl small number of concessions had been made the bill might haves been fairly satisfactory- The majority of the present Cab- Inet were quite ready to meet our wishes they are avowed home rulers but they couldnt do it without breaking up their government In- consequence of the action of the Roseberyltes in the CabinetsmallI- n number but powerful The mis fortune of It wnsaJ it appears to metlmat Bannerman created his government before the general election and put a number of Rosebery ites In Had the election come before the formation of the Liberal Govern ment Bunnerman could have dis carded their support and they would have been left out We would then have got all we wanted Balfour as I view It outplayed hint by resigning and compelling him to take office sooner than he wanted I think CampbellBannerman is disappointed in the action of some of his col leagues I believe if he could he would give Ireland the fullest measure of home rule Birrell the Irish Chief Secretary is a strong supporter of Irish home rule Birrell is the decentest Englishman that was ever sent to Ireland to fill the post of Chief Secretary MyI views with ref erence to the shortcomings of the home rule bill were placed before the Government I never saw the entire bill I had seen portions of it how ever the material portions I knew its provisions and I made my pro tests I thought these protests would be effective I have reason to know that there was a long continued dis cussion of these protests As a mat ter of fact some of my protests were not decided until the morning that the bill was introduced in the House of Commons In my speech in the House that day I at once said that the bill did not meet our demands at submlti to national convention in Ireland This was in pursuance of the pledge I and my colleagues had made to our own country It was the knowledge that the alterations in the bill which I demanded would not be made that influenced me to move its rejection at the convention The bill was rejected without a dissenting vote Now that the Government has failed to meet the Irish national de mands what Is your forecast of their future actions- I think the Government will intro duce a measure following the spirit passedbyago that the Mouse of Lords should be abolished The Government will I believe translate the resolution into a bill This bill will be rejected williboa s o ning of 1909 at the latest If the Lib erals win that election by a sub theIfousebelimitedin that way the real obstacle to the passage of the full measure will dirappear Would the House of Lords have rejected the national council bill hud your alterations been inserted in IU I have no doubt that It would vet contfpromise Meanwhile we are going universitybillpur chase act of 1903 giving compulsory upthecarriedgit by 150 majority last May FEELING TRIBUTE Paid Memory of James J Fitzgerald by Knights of Columbus Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus at the meeting held last week adopted the following tribute reported by Messrs Robert AIVat EberhardJosephhan at the exercises in memory of the late James J Fitzgerald Brother James J Fitzgerald char ter member and Past Grand Knight of this council and State Deputy of the order in Kentucky departed this life on August 10 1007 He was born in New Haven Conn in 1860 canto practice gainIngand many attainments Whereas Almighty God in his infinite wisdom has removed our be oltzgeraldfr enjoythelaborsWhereas His family has lost a devoted husband and father whose soul was pure whose heart was generous higherIdealsWhereas The church lias lost an obedient and loyal member full of courage and hope whose charity and Christian eloquence were always gloryWhereas lost its most distinguished officer whose efforts participation and brilliant abilities built up Its prestige and countryWhereas lost sterlingtraitsninny gifts God bestowed on him for the betterment of his fellows Resolved That we extend to his bereaved family our profound sym assuringthemus and be It Resolved That this council in full memorial meeting assembled most deeply deplore the irreparable loss although his fragrant and noble memory shall ever be treasured in our hearts and minds Resolved That n copy of these resolutions be sent to his family and relatives and spread upon the min utes of this council PAID IN FULL Mother Superior of Loretto Proves Her Business Ability The Mother Superior of the Lor etto Academy at Xerlnx In Marion county has just achieved a work that plnceIndition to the work of looking after the financial affairs to the minutest detail of Lorettos possessions lo Bated in a score of States she has also looked after the spiritual and the temporal welfare of thousands of souls entrusted to her guidance and protection A little more than nine years ago in order to concentrate its work and to make a large number of needed improvements and to erect several new buildings in cities in the West Loretto borrowed from the Union Trust Company of St Louis 250000 Two years later 120000 more was borrowed from the same concern and lo secure the payment of this large sum of money the academy gave a mortgage on its real estate in Kentucky Missouri Color ado and Kansas The Mother Superior In person last week presented to countyforedging in full the payment of the principal and interest of the big mortgage Two academies west of the Mississippi that belong io the or der tIle mother house of which is located In Kentucky have returned a net profit since laDS when they were constructed of 100000 So crowded with pupils has time academy at Kan jorma1School verylikelyywill soon be erected for this im portant branch of the orders work FEDERATIOX The Federation of Catholic Socie ties will not meet next Friday night having adjourned till October This was because of the extremely warn saysthatweather there will be plenty of work and the meetings will be more Interesting than ever- MONDAY TO SCHOOL bythechildren of St Augustines parish in Jeffersonville will when it Is expected theonttendancd- will be larger than ever before pridInbest In Indiana 1 PILGRIMS Notified From Vatican to Aban don Proposed Journey to Rome German and English Ambass adore Ask For Govern went Protection AntiClerical Demonstrations Being Organized Throughout Italy SOCIALISTS AID THEIR PROGRAMS A special correspondent sends speclnltrainsline which had carryPrenchSeptember thePopeduringSeptemberCoadjutor wastopilgrimages arrangedRecently t receivedfromtheFrenchthattheInHome r injur extremistRlcliardthereuponmoney paid for the trip and the can cellation of connection riforaFrenchabout September 20 the date of the occupation of Rome by the Italian thelosstemporalterrltor longheenanticlerIcalspilgrims among whom were many priests in cassocks and threecor nered hints were attacked by an proposedtoA German and n numerous English pilgrimage will reach this city in October and in their cases the Ger man and English Ambassadors have asked protectdue before next Easter In every case the Vatican authorities have warned the organizer to see that protection is extended to the p N governmentRome aother anticlerical demonstration is now being organized in all the cities of Itnlon a larger scale than the impromptu ono of some weeks ago The Socialists Central Committee I has sent out circulars to all time urgingthat u organIzed versary of the fall of the temporal programmeIncludes ti ernment for an immediate inspection of nil the religious institutions In Italy and a closer control of all the congregationsInmass meeting will assemble at the Porta Pia through which the Italian besieging army entered Rome POSTPONED Completion of Trinity Council Club House Delayed Till Springt Tuesday ren arc not the only people fond o watermelon as the members of Trin I ity Council Y M L certainly did their share of disposing of luscious byDrcommittee A short business session PresidentJoseph exceptionof thatArchitectpostponementclub house until spring on account material favorablyon emberandgleanspreparationsfund REMODEL CATHEDRAL v YorkIshavebeenmarblfloorsput down temporarily pews will remodeled and splendid bvonz screens installed The idea it itS inperfectconsecration which will come ns Pinas tho small remaining del cleared off- GREATEST IN NEBRASKA ScatsnlaysOmaha Cathedral next month the oc intheebraskaFifteenpartlcspate flethQUChidlul1sr- U i r N u IRISH AltIERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered it the Loutivllle Poitolllce a condClu Hitter Address all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Orees St JCOUNCILJLOUISVILLE KSATURDAV SEPTEMBER 7 1907 LINKED WITH BOSTON Archbishop Williams the venerable Lead of the church in New England who died last week was one of the few prominent Bostonians now living whose careers are so closely connected with the history of Boston as tot be inseparable links in the chain of the citys history Two striking facts one national the other local in interest stand out in the life story of Archbishop Williams The date of his birth is the date also of the birth of Gen Grant and of the municipal birth of Boston This triple group of important events the birth of the Archbishop of Boston oi the nations greatest General and oi the city of Boston makes April 27 1S22 a peculiarly interesting event Not many people know the exact place of the Archbishops birth and tie scene of his infant years For the first time to the majority bf people the fact is now told that John J Williams Archbishop of Boston was born on Blackstone street directly opposite the hotel then and still known as the New England House IRELANDS POSITION John E IJcdmond the leader oi tie Irish Nationalist party when seen on his return from the great demonstration at Ball bofey last Saturday said he waD fully con vinced that the Nationalist cause is in a strong position possibly a stronger position than it ever was in beforeI refuse he declared as the leader of the National forces to be intimidated by any small section of grumblers and critics men who lave done nothing either by voice by pen by labor by sacrifice or by money to push forward the national cause I am thoroughly convinced that Ireland is determined to stand by the Parliamentary constitutional policy of Parnell r Referring to the arrest of the mem her of Parliament for Longford the Irish leader did not object to the Government putting the ordinary law in force but to the way in which flThad done it The Government has gorfe back to the very worst practices oi the coercionists Mr Farrell was a leading man in Longford but in stead of issuing a summons the Government sent policemen in the dead of night with a warrant to break into Us house and arrest him as if he was some criminal flying from justice STATE CAMPAIGN OPENS The campaign of the Democratic party was opened Saturday at Lex ington by Judge S W linger nominee for Governor before an audi ence said to be the largest ever assembled on a similar occasion in the Bluegrass region of Kentucky Judge Hager and Gov Beckham were the principal speakers and the en thusiasm and applause with which they were greeted was indeed most gratifying to them and the others en the ticket Party leaders and many ladies from every section of the State were present and all ex pressed themaelves as highly pleased with the opening State Chairman Henry B llines was elated and looked upon the immense outpouring ap an omen of certain victory From now on the campaign will be waged fiercely and speakers will be as signed to every town in the State TASK THAT WILL COST Our conservative contemporary the Irish Standard is right in its belief that after nine years of American occupation of the Philip pine Islands their people remain very much as they were under the Spanish rule Notwithstanding the improvement that has been made in the condition of the people and the promises of political selfgovernment in the future the natives remain in a state of dissatisfaction From time to time reports come over the cable of revolutionary outbreaks From all appearances the people are as disloyal to the United States Gov rnment as they were to the Spanish government The indications are j we are likely to have the Philip pine question with us for a long time It ia not likely that it will settle itself as most Americans have hoped great majority of the Filipinos re independence and while the le of the islands are against us also are envious foreign nations f ip no secret that Japan wants the hiiipplnes It is well known that in connection with Japanese war talk the Philippines were always mentioned iTbe question of what we arq going to do with the islands is even more perplexing now than it was at the time that we relieved Spain of the M oniblilty The retention of ht islands means that the United fJ t7 I States must carry on for years such a costly uphill campaign as Englan has carried on in Egypt or as Franc has carried on in Algeria It alsa means increasing the possibility war with Japan or some other for tlgn nation The dispatch of thirtj two big fighting ships to the Pacifi coast is only one incident in a can puign that must be maintained if tho United States is to remain in the colonial business There may be glory in never hauling down the flag but it is costly glory If the Filipinos were satisfied the task of protectin the islands and maintaining orde there would not be so thankless To keep the country in danger of war and to render it necessary fnrs tn have A navy able to cops with th largest navies in the world all because we insist upon ruling a people who do not want to be ruled by us is a pretty big price to pay for the departure this Government made from a policy maintained by it from its first establishment until the SpanishAmerican war TROUBLE FOR FRANCE Unless the almost miraculous heal pens poor old France will be soon reaping the reward of her perfid toward the Christian religion Her situation throughout Morocco is reo ported rapidly growing worse and iIIn well informed quarters it is feare ehe will ere long have a real war on her hands instead of a continuation of skirmishes by the tribesmen Ae cording to a courier from Fez the troops under Coid Abdul El Kade were last week defeated in an encounter with tribesmen near Fez According to press correspondents at Casablanca a person thoroughly acquainted with the methods of modern warfare directed the attack of the tribesmen on Casablanca on Wednesday A splendid charge was made by the natives which was only broken by the shells from the French warshipsThat has a hard task on her hands in Morocco is recognize byall classes of the people The Moors are thirsting for revenge they fight like demons and are rap idly being put on a modern fighting basis by leaders who appear to understand the art of warfare It is the general opinion that it will cos France an enormous sum befor peace is restored in Morocco whit may not be accomplished without ia real war The daily press has informatio from wholesale dealers that prac tically all of Kentucky except the portion directly adjacent to the Ohio river is threatened with coal famine according to wholesale dealers A wholesale dealer at Lexington who represents a group of mines in Ken lucky which supplies the State with coal says the shortage of cars tto haul coal from the mines and short ige of men to mine coal cause the shortage in production Possessed of the foregoing knowledge our read ors should place their orders now with the firms whose advertisement appear elsewhere They will not nly be secure agaist the cold blast f winter but will also save money The latest report concerning Rich rd Croker former chief of Tammany Hall is that he has lost his citizenship in the United States and has become a subject of King Edward of England We doubt the mthentlcity of the foregoing but ten if true this country will move long without missing him Tomorrow the Peters pence col ecti6n will be taken up at all the masses in the churches of this dio cse All know the need of the Holy rather for funds at this time and atholics should be as generous at possible in their contributions DonJ let our diocese stand anywhere but lear the top- JOIIN RODGERS SONG The stork has visited the home or John T Rodgers the well known irlnter 1923 Bank street and left here a lovely little lady and now he proud father is heard singing Heres to the stork A most valuable bird That inhabits the residence districts le doesnt sing tunes plumesBut vital statis tics TEACHER RESIGNS Miss Rose Kavanaugh for years ono of the most popular teachers at the Seventeenth and Madison street chool has resigned her position as has also Miss Emma Yenner another wen known teacher Thero are aany men In business who ire greatly indebted to Miss Kavanaugh for he early training she gave them and the teachers and pupils will miss her rom their midst r IDallet which will be seen in Fireworks Production for IrishAmerican NightI SOCIETY JFrank A Menne and family are sojourning at Petoskey Mich Miss Florence Mattingly was last week the guest of relatives at Leb anonMrs Anna Duffy of Jeffersonville left last week for Nashville to visit relatives Leo Forest will leave next weel for Chicago to visit his brother Dolph Forest Miss Mary Flood of Jeffersonville has been spending the week with friends at Terre Haute Dr A It Bigot has just returne from a ten days trip to Lake Mich igan Chicago Milwaukee and othe points Misses Regina Mist and Clar Olinger of Bellevue spent last Sun day here us the guests of Williaj Chester Mr and Mrs Phil McGovern of Flora Heights have had as thel welcome guest Mr McDonough of Tennessee Miss Kathleen Shaughnessy of Madison Ind was this week the guest of Mr and Mrs B C Leonard in Portland Mrs Elizabeth Long and Willie Long of South Louisville UssI been taking a two weeks rest tra son Springs Misses Viola and Delia Heffernnn uf Clifton have been spending the past two weeks with relatives a Birmingham Ala Mr and Mrs John Coll of Jeffer sonville have been enjoying a pleas ure trip through the summer and lake resorts of Michigan Tames Martin of the Courier Journal has returned from a visi to Greely Neb where he has ex tensive farming interests Mr and Mrs Charles F Taylo returned home Monday from Atlanti City and New York where they hae been for the past five weeks Mr and Mrs William T Speal and children May and Jeanetta left this week to visit friends at Indianapolis Danville and Chicago Mrs Bridget Kelly and Misses Anna McGoff and Joe Kelly have re turned from a two weeeks Vacation spent at Sweet Sulphur Springs Misses Winifred and Margaret Me Laughlin who have been visiting friends at Elizabeth town have re turned to their home in New Albany Dr and Mrs John W Galvin ant laughters Misses Elizabeth and Al- Ice Hays are home again after ar extended visit in Maine and the Eastern cities Eugene McCarthy returned the first of the week from a short visit to Cincinnati accompanied by hit slater Miss May McCarthy and Mist rene Curran Miss Katie Quinlan has returnee rom New York City where she spent two weeks assisting in selecting a tine winter stock for the Hays Cloak and Suit Company Mrs Margaret Carney and Miss Inrgaret Carney of Paducah have teen visiting Mrs Carneys daughter Mrs S J Gardiner 517 East Market street Jeffersonville Misses Eugenia McBarron and thyme OBrien who have been VIsit- Ing relatives for several weeks in few Albany have returned to their home at Dayton Ohio Mrs J F Chester and daughters Jisses Margaret and Mabel arrived home the first of the week from St Louis where they spent nearly a- month visiting relatives Harry Doerr the prosperous West End blacksmith and wagon builder has returned from a ten days sojourn at West Baden and is now prepared for a busy fall season Mrs Charles S Halbach and son harles have just returned from St Louis where they spent a delightful visit They were accompanied by illss Bridget Maloney a sister of Irs Halbach Mrs William M Higgins and Miss lathe Higgins who have been pending the past two weeks with elatives in Rochester and Syracuse wl1J next week be the guests of the Rev John J Higgins at Truxton Mrs Michael Fitzgerald and laughter Miss Maggie Fitzgerald who have been spending the week hero as the guests of Mr and Mrs John F Chester 1575 Pope street eave today for their home at Belle rue Patrick Manning a prosperous miner has returned to his home at artersville Ill after a most enjoyable visit of two weeks with his sister Mrs Mary Clines 1117 Seven teenth street and other relatives hereIThe Rev John Henry officiated at at St Pat a double wedding Tuesday II M ricks church at Stithton the con traeting parties being Miss Ernestin Corbftt and Albert Brown and 1I8s Clmrlesette Corbett and Klrb ICtchie Misses Mary McCarthy and Irene Curran TIre home from a three weeks trip to Sandusky Detroit PutlnBa and Cleveland where they receive much social attention a number of delightful entertainments being given in their honor Among those from this city who spent Labor tiny in New York were Mrs A Torpey Miss Morgan OBrien Matt Corcoran Judge Mnl ODoherty Miss Josephine Kell Miss Alice Cunningham James A 1 Treasey and Miss Alice hickey Miss Katherine TIce of New A1 bany and Conrad Walters of Gore Ind were united in the bonds of wedlock Wednesday morning in St Marys church at Jan svl11e lie Father Peckscamp officiating at the ceremony The couple are now visit- Ing relatives at Georgetown but ther will make their home at Garey Clarence Dayand Miss Ioulse Weber popular young people of Xew Albany were united in marriage at St Marys church in that city Tues day morning Rev Father Borrle performing the ceremony after thc nuptial mass The happy couple are spending their honeymoon with rel tires In Missouri and on their Ie turn will begin housekeeping at Shelby Place A happy crowd enjoyed an outin at Shawnee Park Monday afternoon when tennis was the feature Arnon those playing in the games were Misses Roberta Bottorff Lula Foi tana Carrie Swift Margaret Casey Tillie Fontana Mary Rose Filbii Maymb Swift Nettle Hemmlei Moyme IJvnn Mattie Schupp Messri EdwardI Lynch James Price Mik Itnfferty Albert Watson Will Davit James OBrien Delbert Blanfon Charles Hancock J F Welch and 1 S F Wintergreen Miss Margaret Hennessy enter tallied a party of her friends Tue tiny evening at her residence 731 East Chestnut street Those present were Misses Mary Ridge Ge Crude Veeneman Nelln Mae Cutle Catherine Mazzoni Ella May Pit Tessie Michael Helen and Effi Resell Ophelia Zehnder Katie IR Driscoll Stella Bowman Marie lie erin Anna Lee Bawley Mamie Abbl and Margaret Hennessy Messrs Jerry Driscoll Harry and Alex Veeneman Harry Stevens Will Gum George Benson Will Cannon Henr Michael Joe and Charles Mazzon Fred Zehnder Leo C Worland Ambrose Schweers Woody Mattinglj John R T Hennessy and G S Knapp Vocal and instrumental selection were rendered by Misses Mary RIdg Marie Heverin Jerry Driscoll and G S Knapp The prettiest and most interestn wedding of the year in the Highland was that solemnized Wednesda morning with a nuptial high mnss at- Rt Brigids church when Eclwnr Fermin Hickey of Mobile Ala led to the altar Miss Rose Fedler the attractive and accomplished daughte of J C Peddler of the Boston Shoe ompany The altars were banked vith ferns and flowers and blaze vith lights while the edifice WlS thronged with relatives and friend of the couple runny from a distant icing present Right Rev BUho klcCloskey officiated at the beantifu icremony assisted by the pastor lev Henry Connolly After the care nony a largely attended brenkfas was given at the brides home on the herokee road They have the bet wishes of a legion of friends for ia- long and happy lif- eSTATE FAIR iplcndtd Attractions Offered For IrishAmerican Night Now that the State Fair is nearly eady for opening the farmers ant reeders of this and many neighbor- Ing States are flocking to enter thou inc live stock in the many classes AU classes have been filled to greater numbers than ever before In the history of the fair Excellen competition is assured and no ex ilbitor will be able to boast of east Ictorlee Besides the best of the xentucky animals owners and breeders from the most distant State lave entered giving the fair a truly interstate importance Arrangements for amusements of- the highest class are already made and the management of the fair is till on the lookout for anything that ould add to the interest of the big vent Careful search has revealed he fact that there are many amusement features of a high order and the cream of these has been selected for the fair Signor Ernesto fatlello the Louisville bandmaster who has made such a decided hit hroughout 1he country during the summer will furnish music of the highest order throughout the week ol the fair September 10 to 1 Signor friticllo has compiled his pro rnmmes eighteen in Dumber and vill appeal to all degrees of musical taste The record night of the fall vill be for IrishAmericans with t special pro ramme and fireworks with a mammoth set piece of the late Patrlcl Bannon Judge Matt JDoherty 1 Ijaabeen invited to deliver he nddressr and other worthy feat rres will be added for that evening ii 1 MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND KENTUCKY STATE FAIRT- O 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 IREPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSOX of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM II COX of Maysvllle For Attorney General JAMES BREATH1TT of Hopkinsville For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Harrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD FARLEY of Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUXER of Munfordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABBE of Ashland Foor Clerk of the Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture- M C RANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For R R Commissioner Third Dis A T SILER of Whitley county KNIGHTS OP COLllBUSI Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere State Deputy Herbert has Just announced the appointment of forty five district deputies for the State of New York St Louis Knights will strive to have ready and open their new five story building with a reception nex New Years day The building is to cost 110000 Valencia Council at Milford Mass has under consideration a move ment for the purchase of ground and the erection of a threestory building to cost 26000- Archbishop Christie applauds the work and purpose of the council at Portland Ore which will issue 40 000 worth of bonds to erect its own hall and club room Spokane Council wants the initla tory assembly of the Washington Oregon and Montana councils held in Spokane next month when it tis expected there will be nearly 1QO candidates for the work Bunker Hill Council of Charles town Mass will hold a lawn part Monday night and show the house recently purchased on High street The programme will include ad dresses vaudeville fireworks and II lumlnatlon Denver Knights last week discussed the proposition to establish a clubhouse for their own use in the prin cipal part of the city so as to have their own parlors reading rooms games and other things belonging tc a club house Right Rev Bishop Hennessy drove from Olmitz to Ellinwood a distance of thirty miles to keep an appointment to address the council at the latter place In appreciation of the compliment the Knights presented the Bishop a handsome purse for hh Wichita Cathedral GREAT RECORD The parish of St Francis in Cin cinnati has in the fortyeight years of its existence given the church more than seventy priests HONOR FOR IERRY William A Perry the well known and successful young lawyer now a candidate for the Legislature from the Fortyninth district has been named by Grand President LaVega Clements as Deputy Grand President for the Kentucky jurisdiction of the Young Mens Institute The appoint ment will meet with approval by all the councils HAPPY MEETING A pleasant incident of the visit of George H Pope of Denver who spent two weeks here as the guest of Mrs John J Maloney 328 West Breckinridge street and Miss Flora and Edward Pope was the meeting with his brother Joe Pope whom ho had not seen for fifteen years Be fore the visitor left for Denver where ho has a lucrative business there was a most enjoyable family reunion at the Maloney home OFF TO COLLEGE Frank Martin John Fallon and Daniel Driscoll of this city M Sul livan of Leitchfield and John Illggins fOr yon Springs com posed a party that left here this week a J MENS SUITS AT LEVYS FOR25O TODAY Twopiece outings in Scotches and Home spuns sizes 33 to 37 only good patterns TODAY understand And youll have to hustle to get one 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 190 JASPREEDYCANDIDATE Judge Police Court SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 Chas De Gree CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Police Court SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 190 WM A PERRY CANDIDATE FO- RRepresentative 49TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT Composed of 8th and 9th Wards SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 MIKE TYNRN CANDIDATE FOR Bailiff Police Court SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 1907 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 JAS B KELLYCA- NDIDATE FOR Clerk Police Court SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 to attend St Charles College at Illicott City Md In attending this college it is contemplated that a majority of these young men will tudy for tine priesthood and their tinny friends here will watch their uture caraers with interests and wish them Godspeed I ORDER YO- URCOAL t FROM Dougherty fcLanniii Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 t I + +4 Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICf CRfAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS OP 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 Furniture Of all kinds Iat the lowest prices i Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least moneyPOur Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET Photos Made At Night By Engagement WY RANT BROS PhotographsBRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY- Now at 578 Fourth Avenue CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephone 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY A I JIIPULSP U DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Cents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pbon du 528 Fifth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 620W St Catherine Both Phones t f i NTUCKY Y abnrEfl Jd r BE SURE TO CALL FOR II McKENNAWHISKY II IIIT IS ALWAYS PUREII nIB McKenna f Distiller Fairfield f KYk II- M BANNONPnt Kentucky Vitrifiede Brick Co INCORPORATED 2VXeaxauf cotx ror of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9lh and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 H It 3ran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 it t t t t t t t t t t t t t Ni4+ ++ + ++ +++++t++1 t t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT i DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTj Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or NighiI1231 WEST MARKET I STREET J HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORSIAND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street J E TRACY L H STRAUB MOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB S FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS cr STREETShoort THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real onable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Aveoue Jelfergonvllle lad Dire your boys an education that will proper them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky theltarerfanBrothersClassical- Bslentl6candBusinesCourses Prepantc De partmentLargeSwimnilnPoot Well Equipped Bro James Wr L 4- V O i PETER M ANDRIOT 8 8SONSN WAGONG N MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEK STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIOHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABKITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET r j- l HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing tbe Past WeckQeneral- News Notes preparIngflath It will soon be time to begin the formation of plans for the State con vention Now that the heated term isi overlarge attendances are looked for nt meetings The Ancient Order of Oregon have gone record as being opposed to the treating habit in saloons Division 4 will meet Monday evening in Odd Fellows Hall Sixth anti Walnut streets second floor Division 3s Recording Secretary io now one of the finest being ap pointed a patrolman last week Members are requested to make complete returns for the recent picnic to the different division Secretaries CountyBoardget together now and help all the divisionsDivision 4 is working hard to se cure the largest class for the county Initiation the twelve divisions will conduct next month at Syracuse Next week Division 11 of Lowell Mass will observe its thirtyfifth an nivercary with a big initiation and make the occasion a red letter one Division 2 of Chicopee defeated the Knights of Columbus In a recent ticket selling contest for a local charity and was awarded a handsome bannerRev Patrick P Carrigan pastor of St Patricks church In Denver de livered nn address to the members of the division in that city at the meet ing held last week Though there is nothing important to chronicle from New Albany the division there is in a flourishing con dition People there arc looking for an entertainment before Christmas Division 1 will meet next Friday night and every officer and member fclioulcl nttend They have had a bug nongh vacation and should IMW be willing to do some good work for the orderAs we stated over a month ago the order was not condemned by the Bishop of Glasgow nor anyother Bishop of Scotland nor was any condemnatory circular received or read in any church Division 41 of Boston has arranged for a reunion of its past and present members on September 29 Would this not be n good plan to try here in r Louisville bring back those whoII hove left the order during recent years Division 3 appears to be doing the best work of any in Louisville thoughclosely followed by Division applications for every meeting and when the latter confers the degrees there will be a large class The fortnightly meeting of the division nt Mullin Ireland passed resolutions condemning the Senn Fein policy President Patrick Treanor initiated five members four were balloted for and six proposed for the next meeting There has been nn awakening in Jeffersonville and the young men of the division there will soon have their winter programme outlined They say they have a just complaint against their Louisville brethren who fall to ever visit them The Ladles Auxiliary divisions of St Paul are all active They cele partyTuesday ing at Wildwood and on September grandballsHibernian halls Every division In Nova Scotia and New Brunswick will give 200 and thus provide 3000 for a scholarship and endowment of one of the col leges in the Maratime provinces The question of which college will get this scholarship will be deckled at the next convention which is ex pected to be the most important ever held by this order in the provinces Remember the carnival of Division at Phoenix Hill Park next Wednes day night All Hibernians in the Falls Cities are expected to be there to either participate in or witness the Irish dances Con Ford and Owen Keiran have promised to lead Keaneyifall know this means real Irish danc- Ing Division 3 of Elkton Mont will erect a monument to the memory of the late lamented Rev James Mc Nally who died at Dell Rapids on August 28 1000 While pastor of St Marys church Father McNolly joined Division 3 when he was located at Elkton and in deference to his wishes his remains were brought to the latter place and consigned to rest in St Marys cemetery CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Cath olic Knights of America will meet in regular monthly session next Friday night when all are expected to make complete returns for tickets for the recent reunion There will be other important business and Pres ident McGinn requests all delegates to attend From reports submitted at a special meeting held last Friday night it was ascertained that a nice sum had been realized from the White City outing THEATRICAL The House of a Thousand Candles will be the offering at Macauleys the first half of next week with E M Holland in the title role Tonight The College Widow will close a successful engagement- Ills Lost Dollar n pleasing com edy in which Davit Higgins has scored a big lilt will be seen at the Masonic Theater all of next week The Mary Anderson opened Mon day with advanced vaudeville and the bill presented met with instant favorThe Hopkins Theater is being re furnished and beautified for its big opening which will occur on Mon day September 15 n b SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President Joints J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas JKeenan Jr- Financial SecretaryPoJ Cusick Courthouse Treasurercharles J Finegan SergemtntarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Mont- hPresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFInancial SecretaryJohn T Eean ey DIVISON 3 jMeets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings ot Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman VIce PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary Joh Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Bhlrd street Treasurer Daslel J Dougherty Sergeontatarms Thomas soon DIVISION 3Meets second and fourth Mondays jOdd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McE- lliott1 Recording Secretary Frank P 3 BurkeFinancial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlhan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelTWllHam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresidentJobe Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret iry T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y lid I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evengs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph 1 HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside Sentinel G orge Bartsch 7Vt1c ULEYS Monday Tuesdap and Wednesday nights and WednesDAY matinee I1 The House of a Thousand Candles Presented by E M Holland and a strong companyPHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phanix Hill before closing contracts Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 6127 DR JI fFRANK SULLI VAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE HINTS ON STYLE Belt buckles are now all very large no matter of what theyare madeBelts neckwear and veils present a constantly changing aspect that is a matter of wonder The veils of applique and Liercs lace in which the design is entirely on the edge and the part which corers the face has merely a small spot on the net are exquisite The colored bordered handkerchief is having a certain vogue and is ex tremely chic in the right colors and combinations There is almost every variety from which to choose There is a curious freak in the glove line in the shape of an evening glove the long arm of which is com posed of alternate bands of kid and guipure but this is not likely to be popularIn there are some charm ing designs in color Among the prettiest are the collar and cuff sets of striped linen pink and white blue and white gray and white and brown and white Stockings should match the shoes as far as possible but a rather pretty fancy is the vearlng of bright lapislazuli blue silk black pump as an accompaniment of the natural colored silk and linen gownsWith the Dutch neck and at the top nt the transparent lace collar it is the very becoming fashion to wear a narrow black velvet band These daintylittlements attached i IRELAND Record of the lost Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Flax pulling has commenced at Ballytrain but help is reported very scarceDundalk has now its Hibernian division Patrick Rice having been elected first President Contracts have been let for the erection of a new wing to the St Marys College at Dundalk The cost will be something like 35000 neighborhood1 A McCIeary who has been promoted to the charge of the church at Gar rison Harvest operations In the Mon aghan district are about over The crop was late and not very fruitful and the weather very bad for the seasonJohn Miildoon had no opposition and was elected member of Parliament for East Wicklow He sat in the Inst Parliament as a member for North Donegal The burning of the dwelling of Hugh Finegan who recently returned from America and settled down at Tvhplland has created sonu stir In the district Tenants on the Meadswln estate at Klldorrey County Cork have agreed to purchase their holdings All arrears are wiped out and sport ing and other rights are vested In the tenants Lord Hope intends residing at the castle during the winter at least and will arrive at Castleblaney this month It is rumored that he In tends negotiating for the sale of the Hope estate John Mageeney an aged laborer for some time past living at Carrow mannnn was found dead on the road near Belleek Deceased had long complained of a weak heart and this was given as the cause of his death When returning rom a holiday spent at Blackrock with several friends Thomas Byrue of Annagh gad near Crossmaglen fell from tune car on which they were riding sus taining Injuries to his head that soon caused death Before leaving for his new sphere of life in Glasgow members of the Xewbllss Catholic Club and Gaelic Football Association gave youny John Mulligan a hearty sendoff at a largely attended supper served by the young ladies of the village The shirt making industry established at Mullaghbawn two years ago has succeeded far beyond expec tations Lighted and driven by electricity nearly one hundred hands are employed and the goods are sold nearly three months In advance Neighbors of Patrick Callan of Kane recently restored to his evicted farm have been assisting him harvest his crop Those foremost in this graceful act of friendship were Patrick Lennon of Lurgankeel James Norton of Drumvilla and Thomas Hamill of Carrlckedmond Peter Kelly aged sixtyfour earsIdied at Carrlckmacross after a I but severe illness For thirty years he taught school with earnestness and success at Donaghmoyne where most of the younger generation of the district as well as many far beyond the sea on a distant strand were among his pupils Jeremiah Cobber John Towney and James Cobber have been re leased from Cork jail where they served a month for unlawful assem bly in connection with the eviction of Jeremiah OMahoney tenant on the Green estate at Ballingeary They were met by friends and given a hearty reception on reaching home Ballyjamesduff has been selected by the Division Executive and prepa rations are being made for a manstei United Irish League meeting this month Director T M Farrelly has been in communication with the Chairman of the Irish party the National directory and the standing committee over the matter so that everything will be equipped for the occasionAt public meeting held at Strokestown in connection with the antigrazing agitation resolutions were proposed and adopted protest Ing against the opposition to the Irish Parliamentary party in whom a vote of confidence was carried There were about 200 pollee present under the direction of County In spector OConnell and four district inspectors but there was no necessity whatever for their interference Local car owners refused to supply meetingJohnfended the Irish party and their work in Parliament BIG JOB FOR TOM T J Garvey the well known plumber has gone to Hopklnsvllle contractingforlots of experience and will prove the right nian for the job Tom has also on foot a movement for the estab YoungMensready secured twenty names for the charter list QUITE A STRANGER duugltetMrsare here visiting their relatives Mr and Mrs J F Sullivan of 215 East Breckinridge street Mrs Callahan can certainly lay claim to being a stranger here as this is her first yearsLeforoFrankfort Lexington and other points FATHER HILLS CHARGE The Rev Father John Hill for sev eral years stationed at the Cathedral has been appointed pastor of St Xaviers church at Tenth and Hill streets founded llast year by the Rev Denis Murphy of St Williams The congregation is a promising one there already being ninety pupils in the school which is taught by the Uraullne Sisters Father Hill is a zealous priest and earnest worker and the congregation owe much to J 1 FRANK FIIRCOo Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumbo Phone Main 1913 193TI3IC WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber eX Deuser Managers Louisville Ky 1 DRINK 1r ofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY 0 ENNACKERMANBREWING COMPANY t INOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVXxLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE X080 c Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE tQBE PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE Wr JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE OHNFOERTELCOINCOROOR- ATBDBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices I HENRY MOLDDtAIJlRIN Staple andd Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phase mo 540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOP BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Slretl Bishop McCloskey for his appoint went Dont hestitate to use the best It is better in the long run DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY J Kentucky Wall Plaster Cob INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoter Plant JeflYrsonville Ind Phone 6fl WINES UQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOOVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning Ira to 1230 oclock 44I w ORE1K FIIEEJI iii r w TY31D il9 I JQ04 I II THE BIG STORE Are Now Showing Their New FALL LINE of SOFT HATS and DERBIESEV- ERY SHAPE EVERY SHADE 98c 1481 198 248 3 4- MarkelSt THE BIG STOREZ Fotrtli and FlUb MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO TUE FARRAND=CECILIAN IS A PIANO ANY ONE CAN PLAY You will not have to spend hours of practicing if you d invest in a FARRANDCECILIAN PianoIIt is a highgrade PIANO with the wonderful Cecil ian mechanism contained in it making a combination par excellence f Each and every member of the family can have justIthe class of music he or she desires Can you imagine in the homeIa more satisfying instrument Havent you wished many times that you would like to have music in the home You can have it at all times if you place a FARRANDCECILIAN there If you have an old Piano we will take same as part payment 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MACKIN COUNCIL Sets Time For Opening of Social Season and Gymnasium President Ben Sand occupied the chair at the meeting of Mackin Coun cil on Tuesday night and was pleased with the splendid attendance A number of communications were read and acted upon those present complying with the request of Grand President Clements and naming Louis Kleffer for Council Deputy After some discussion it was decided that the social club should open Its season with a dance on Monday evening September 16 which will be followed by a regular series Gym naslum work will be resumed on Friday September 20 and it is expected that a large class will soon be formed The gymnasium is now fully equipped and a decided improvement will be made over the work of last yearThe committee to whom was referred the matter of a series of public lectures was unable to report Let ters had been written several of the most noted orators but no action could be taken until they were heard from Two members were reported well leaving only three on the sick list IRISH FAIR The Ladles Auxiliary Will Hold One Septem ber 16 The most enthusiastic meeting of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary was held Wednesday night Miss Elizabeth Ring presiding in the absence of Miss Mary Sheridan In addition to the regular routine three sick claims were paid and 10 donated for the orphans Miss Mary Corcoran State President addressed the members and suggested that the ladies give an entertainment to increase their finances and number After a full discussion Mrs Dora MoGlnty kindly offered the use of her home at Nineteenth and Bank and it was at once decided to hold a real Irish fair there on Monday night Septem ber 10 to which the County Board and every Hibernian In the Falls Cities will be Invited A special com mittee headed by Mrs Dan Dough erty was appointed to make all the The other members re Misses Mary Hourlgan Anna Rihn Margaret Callahan Bridgie Hanrahan Elizabeth King Mabel Quinlan Rose Sweeney Nellie Downey and Mesdames Mary Clines Mary Dalton Rumage Flynn Richards Ausbecl and Mary Dally Several generous donations were made y members present and the fair already promises to be a great success Further particulars will be siren next week OPENS NEW HOME The Commercial Bank and Trust Company threw open its new and- andsome quarters at Fourth and Green on Monday and since there has been a steady rush to offer kind expressions to President Tones and the officers and make deposits The unanimous verdict is that the Com mercial is now one of the most mod banklnginsUtutlons NOVITIATE FOR KEXTUCKV Before leaving for Baltimore last week Brother Pancratlus who had been visiting his father and relatives In Nelson county stated that the Xaverlan Brotherhood would soonI open a novitiate in Louisville where they will take boys from thirteen toIseventeen years Those who may adopt the religious life will be sent to Baltimore to complete their studies ASSISTANT APPOINTED Rev Father Lucius Matt pastor St Anthonys church in Jefferson ville was this week notified of the appointment of an assistant priest to help him In his arduous duties The new priest will come from Albany Yand may arrive in time to officiate tomorrow HOME FOR BOYS Last Friday night at St Francis Hall the first public meeting In the Interest of the proposed CatfioUc boys home was held with a repre if sentative gathering of men when the short time of notice is taken into consideration Several encouragiajj talks were made all favoring the undertaking which will be pusheJ with great vigor from this time for ward All present were convinced of the necessity for such an institu tion in Louisville MIRACLE PICTURE Shadow of the Cross Viewe I With Amazement and Wonder The unexplained picture th Shadow of the Cross that was viewed with wonder and amazement by so many thousands at the St Louis Worlds Fair Is attracting still great er attention at the Jamestown Expo sition This wonderful picture wa painted by Henry Hammond Ahle who studied and painted in the ar centers of the old world for many years devoting his talents to genre subjects In 1896 he returned to America his native land and estab lished his studio in a New England city where for some time he painted principally portraits and landscapes Acting under the influence of some friends Ahle turned his attention to religious subjects and among others commenced painting a full length figure of Christ his object being to produce an Ideal portrait of the Christ man At first he did not succeed in attaining his Ideal and the canvas stood a source of trouble and vexation to him Numerous visitors were received at his studio and among them a wellknown lecturer on Biblical characters who became Intensely Interested In this picture and tried to make the artist under stand the appearance of Christ as re vealed to him In a vivid dream All In vain however until one day the artist was suddenly Impressed with the realization that he had at last conceived the idea sought after Immediately rising he painted the wonderful countenance of Christ which is seen In the painting Anxious to know what the lecturer would say about the change he sent for him On entering the studio the lecturer went Into raptures over the picture exclaiming Now you have painted Christ as I saw Him Not long afterwards the artist having to- go to his studio at night for some sheets of music was astonished to discover on entering that his picture could be distinctly seen In the dark and that Christ appeared to be walk Ing In pale moonlight while above and behind could be seen a cross His first impression was that the moon was shining through an open window upon the painting and that the cross was a shadow He soon discovered a strange cross in connec tion with this picture and having used only wellknown pigments he soon realized that this strange quality of his picture was beyond his power to explain He was so pro foundly impressed that he refused to finish It and the picture remains un finished to this day- NEXT YEAH Apparition celebrated on February 11 1908 POTATO IOn BUNION potatohollow glethepersistedInWORLDS LARGEST RIVER A sea rather than a river is the Amazon with 100 miles of width at its mouth The Amazon drains a territory of 2300000 square miles ten times the area of France and in connection with itself and its tribu taries there are said to be 50000 miles of navigable water onehalf of navigation length and volume of the Amazons tributaries are in proportion to its magnitude More than twenty upwardInand streams of less importance are numberless At the junction of the Ucayali with the Amazon a line of fifty fathoms does not reach the bottom and in breadth it is more like a sea than a river The longest tributary the Madeira has a length of 2000 miles The distance from the source of the Amazon in the Andes to the Atlantic ocean Vs 2000 miles in a direct line but by the course of the nearly 4o6o miles fill o a i 0All Sale Laidand IThese Y 1Y111 I ii Appointments and Happen ings Among the Various Councils Members of the Kentucky jurisdic tion will regret to learn that Grand Marshal John J Daly was seriously onda soap tank at the Proctor Gamble factory near Cincinnati he fell a dis sprainIng two deep cuts six inches long in his hisemembersIto soon be able to be again with them I Immediately after the San Fran cisco earthquake and fire St Cath forwards for the relief of the suffer receivedta share of the unexpendedThe Sunday In Cincinnati and will close with a banquet Tuesday night at the Burnett House The two Cincinnati councils had a successful field day at MondayThe this juris byGrandbers being John J Sullivan Sr of Louisville Joseph Baker of Carroll ton and E J ISlodes of Knottsville WON THE LOT Outing For St Leos Church Attracted a Great Crowd The outing last week for the bene IIIghlandParkpredictedTherepeople anxious to assist Rev Father Fitzgerald and win any of the many prizes offered The greatest interest buildinglotBarker 3308 Third street Mackin Council won the willow rocker and the gold watch went to Louis Simms of Okalona The other prize winners were Al Scliulz Jefferson county 5 in gold frank Fisher No 14 engine house shoat Nell Schulz photosFallssubscriptionMiss M Cross 1521 Third years sub scription to Glaubensbote Miss Julia ODonnell Beechmont Holy Family HIghlandrark ScanlonCoalERIN SAVED TUE DAY Not in a thousand years will blood blood nationwinding all morning through open country Now it was aprpoachlng close woodland and high grass The Captain of the company acting as advance guard knew that trouble was probably 1lying ahead He called to him his pet Sergeantthe man he had been saving through all the day for the time when a best man was needed I Sergeant OHara he said I want you to plcjj put from the cbm pany any six men you choose and go anybody you know I think you will be fired on from those low hills 4 Sergeant OHaras eyes searched the company OSullivan he called McCarthy ODonnell Morinrity Mc Ginniss He hesitated His glance wandered uneasily up and down theI line Big honest Swedes burly Teutons lanky Yankees there were plenty But where oh yes there on the left of the linethat bright eyed pugnosed redheaded little beggar nodding and imploring at tention with hJs twistedup face The Sergeants brow cleared Lynch he called with a sigh of relief This is thlm sorr he added turning to the Captain Outing CHOP SUEY For two people use one pound of steak cut for beef ten in dice add one pint of water half teaspoonful salt and let it come to a boll slowly for about threequarters of an hour add one large onion cut in two six medium potatoes cut In small PtatoesIJr o t o i JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture IICarpets RugsII Z Z- I t IIII- i I i I i BEST TERMS i 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 wouldInvitequalityfromalwaysbemarks every 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