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I T Vi r KENTUCKY 1RISH AMERICAN IVOLUME XIXNO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS II BOYS HOME Will Shelter awl Protect the Friendless Youth of Louisville Doors Will Open Next Mantl With AccommodationsFor Brother Pius Will Come From Detroit to Take Charge OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ELECTED After months of planning and earnest work the home for friendless boys first suggested in the columns of the Kentucky Irish American hat become a reality and Louisville will soon have an institution in which every one o Its citizens will have reason to feel pride In this large and growing city there has been no proper place for the care and educa tion of friendless boys who have passed the age of fourteen years and it was to meet this pressing want that a number of our leading clergy and members of the laity took the matter in hand and have accom plished most gratifying results Active from the first have been Messrs J J Caffrey P H Callahan Frank A Geher Harry Swann Ed ward J OBrien Henry Michael and others equally prominent who were encouraged by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey Very Rev Vicar General Cronin Rev George W Schuhmann and a number of the local clergy During the past eight months many conferences were held and plans matured which were made known and approved at a largely attended meet ing held last week at St Francis Hall The Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey presided and the following officers who are also members of the Hoard of Directors were elected President J J Caffrey Vice PresidentI H Callahan Secretary Harry R Swann Treasurer Frank A Geher Directors M J Duffy Frank G HarpringDuring the meeting remarks were made by the Right Rev Bishop and Fathers Cronin and Schuhmann who are taking deep interest in the movement in behalf of the poor boys of Louisville At another meeting it was announaodtliaGllroWcr TiwWlad been appointed head of the new home which will be known as St Law rences Institute for homeless boys Brother Pius is now the Superior of the St Josephs Home for Homeless Boys In Detroit and was for several years engaged in the same capacity at St James Home in Baltimore He will be remembered by many former students of the Cathedral parish school here and the St Xaviers Col lege of the Xavierian llrotners on Broadway near Second street For this institution commodious quarters have been secured at 225 East College street which will ac commodate about fifty boys and be ready for occupancy next month The occupants of the home will not be boys sent in from the Juvenile Court or from places of reform but will be open to all boys who as time directors intend may be in need of t a comfortable boarding home where only a small sum needs to be pail for sustenance Boys from orphan ages who wish to learn trades will be able to do so serving as ap prentices with small salaries and finding all their needs supplied in the new home at the smallest prac ticable sum They will also be taught evenings and thus acquire a good education The next meeting of the officers and directors will take place on Tuesday night at the Bishops house on Fifth street when the date will be set for another general meeting Tuesday night reports will be re ceived from FUthers Cronin and Schuhmann and Messrs Frank G Harprlng M J Duffy Charles J OConnor William Klapheke Dillon Mnpother Thomas Walsh Judge Matt ODoherty Henry Michael Edward J OBrien Henry Basse Jr J M Ryan Jacob B Ohligschlager Dr H D Rodman and Edward II WagnerStr Institute will be open to boys of all denominations who have no homes and will prove one of the best of Louisvilles many charita ble Institutions GROWTH OF REVOLT In Dublin It is asserted that the Government is apprehensive with re gard to the coming winter in Ireland and is doubtful regarding the loyalty of the constabulary since the Belfast agitation is revealed in the present strenuous efforts to recruit the force The number of the con stabulary has been steadily decreas ing for the past four years The authorities have set aside a part of the Dublin military barracks as addi tional quarters for the men and to the constables and officers through out the country there has been sent a circular instructing them to make haste to secure suitable candidates TIlE SIXTYNINTHS DAY The field day of New Yorks famed Irish Sixtyninth regiment at Celtic Park this afternoon will be a splen did military display There will be field movements and a sham battle followed by a regimental review by Hon Patrick F McGowan President ifo 1 U of the Board of Aldermen A series of interesting athletic events will bee feature of the days amusement including a football match betw oD two battalions of the regiment With fair weather there will be a record breaking crowd to honor the gallant regiment The proceeds will be devoted to the expenses of placing a painting of the battle of St Marys Heights on the west wall of the regiments new armory in Lexington avenue In the battle of St Marys Heights during the civil war the Sixtyninth regl ment lost 70 per cent of Its men but the position was captured GROWTH OF CHURCH Sioux City Will Celebrate Its Golden Jubilee Tomorrow Tomorrow Sioux City will hold golden jubilee services commemorat ing the first mass and the marvelous growth of Catholicity In little city and diocese from the frame church of forty years ago to the great Cathedral and four other churches of today from two priests who ministered to the wants of the Catholics over thirty years ago to the ninetyfour parishes 110 priests 131 churches fortyfive chapels fortyseven parochial schools with their 7000 puplls In the Sioux City diocese of today Fifty years ago on the last Sunday of June llev Jeremiah Tracey of St Johns Neb now known as Jackson celebrated the first mass in McGanns boardinghouse which was located on the bend of Perry creek between Third and Fourth streets Later mass was cele brated at the Letellier and Fitzgib bon homes For the next ten years there was no regular place of worship though Father Tracey ad ministered to the religious needs of time people from Sioux City to Fort Randall The same progress has also been made in the Davenport diocese LIKE OLD TIMES Division 4 A O H Holds Good Meeting This Past Week Division 4 A 0 H had a good attendance at its meeting Monday evening ninny of the new faces present being due to the end of the warm weather President Joseph P Mc Ginn appointed John Hennessy to act as Vice President and Charles Calla han as Sergeant ntArms in the ab sence of the regular officers John Doolan was obligated and the appli cations of John Ansbro and William Horan were received and with these iddltlons Dlvlslon4 have quite a large class for the Jillnt InitIation at Division 3s meeting hall on Thursday September 19 Con J Ford President of Division 2 and William T Median of the same division were present and Invited the members to their picnic and also the bazar to be given by the Ladles Auxiliary and along this line right here it can be stated that Pres Ident Ford gave a hearttoheart talk on Hibernlanlsm that was the best heard In a division meeting in many ai day Dr Frank Norton and Frank McDonogh were present after long absences and made short addresses The division decided to do everything in its power to furnish a large class for the joint initiation TRINITY COUNCIL Making Large Additions to Its Home Building Fund One of the most successful and best natured meetings of Trinity Council Y M I was that held Tuesday night and presided over by President Joseph Conkling Everybody has become Interested in the homebuilding fund and are rapidly swell- Ing its proportions so that when I handIsometo completion The new home will cost about 18000 and it is under stood that about half that sum is now on hand- Announcement was made that gym insium work would be resumed Thursday night when the first class was to be formed This is one f the excellent features of Trinity Council and is taken advantage of by large numbers The members re gretted the reported continued ill leas of Messrs Emil Muth Louis Mueller Andrew Kleffer and Harry lrchdorfer Plans for the winter series of entertainments and appoint ment of committees will probably come before the next meeting MORAN HURT WORST Thomas Moran the well known Constable and Democratic candidate for the Legislature from the Tenth ward who sustained a badly sprained ankle and was seriously cut ant bruised about the legs in the streetcar accident at Twentyeighth and Broadway when five others were more or less injured will be able to bba out today though he still suffers much pain HOLD THE LEAD Four records were broken and one was tied last Saturday in the senior championship events of the Amateur Athletic Union held at the James town Exposition The honors of the meet were won by the New York jjiphAmerlcan Club which scored ilxtytwo polnbThe New York Athletic Club followed with twenty one points and the remaining points were scattered among the various teams represented woo c I HOMERULEW- ould Give Prototnnt and Catholic Fair Play iu Ireland The Patriotic Utterances or Stephen Gwynn at Nation alist Sleeting Pleads For the Return of John Dillon to the Service of His People GOTEUIEHTS BROKEN PROMISES At a great Nationalist meeting held at Warrenpoint and addressed by men of prominence and members of Parliament earnest attention was given to the words of Stephen Gwynn who has taken high rank in the councils of the United Irish League since his election to Parlia ment Stephen Gwynn M P who was heartily received said he had when at church that morning heard a ser mon upon Peace and Peacemakers and wondered was he wrong In com ing there that day and preaching to them not peace but strife and con tention He said to them the men and women of South Down that he believed in his heart there could be no peace In Ireland unless at the end of contention unless they reached a final settlement by strife There could be no peace so long as a min ority of people in the country were allowed to maintain their claims ta dominate and rule the majority and so long as those people were en couraged to look to a foreign power across the sea for support against their own fellow countrymen who were only to willing to join heart and hand with them In a free and selfgoverning Ireland Did they think it meant nothing to him and he was a Protestantto support home rule Did they think If he be lieved the Protestants of Ireland would be trampled on and suppresses he would be demanding home rule today He knew and he was sure when they got home rule Protestants would get as fair play us Catholics All they asked was that they should work together for Ireland and not against Ireland They should not be afraid of their own people It was no common crisis in the history of Ireland that had brought them to getherat thntr greatr meeting Their representatives in Parliament had como back emptyhanded from a session in which more was promised to Ireland than had been promised for the past twenty years The Government promised Ireland home rule and gave a measure of local self government conceived and begotten in cowardice They refused it and they were right in refusing it There was another measure brought for ward which was bold wlsc and statesmanlike and they accepted it jjadly They believed that they would come home with at least one of Irelands sores staunched forever That hope was also dashed from them The evicted tenants bill whether It passed or not was ruined and destroyed The challenge had been flung to them and if they took It 1 lying down they would be an end to the National movement in Ireland What could the Irish party do how ever unless the people were behind them It was for the party and the people to make It clear to England that the spirit was not dead in Ire land yet Their quarrel was not with the Liberal party nor with time Con servative party nor with any one part in nglamlIt was with Eng land They challenged the right of England to maintain institutions like the House of Lords or time Treasury or any other institution which de nied justice to Ireland they challenged her right to maintain Institu tions which rendered It impossible to get justice done In Ireland If they could not male laws for themselves they could defy the laws that were made for them Wherever there was a law enforced m this country with out the will of the people of this country that law should be defied and broken and they should stand over the consequences of their own act in breaking It He asked them to consider what they do to make It as far as they could impossible did agreeable and unprofitable for Eng land to go on governing Ireland as she was doing They had a resolu tion before them pledging them to support Irish manufacture and It was a good resolutionone which he enjoined them to stand by Lot them ask their Rural Councillors an1 County Councillors to do the sans In regard to contracts and If there was a surcharge by the Local Government Board let It be resisted and the question fought out There was also a resolution concerning the Gaelic League and he would like to see this question brought into political lines The law forbade a man to have his name in Irish on a cart and he would like to see that law resisted He was willing to learn from the Sinn Fein party or anybody else who would give them a good fighting suggestion They told the people to resist taxation The taxes in this country were mostly On tea sugar and so forth and the only tax which could be resistedand In a certain sense it was a good tax and a fair taxwns the income tax There was one last word he had to say There was one request he want edt and he asked them to join In rank ing It He yielded to no man In his admiration for John Redmond the i leader of the Irish partyand no man could overestimate the diffi culty of the post he held But no leader could well dispense with the services of John Dillon What he asked niem to back film in saying was that they called upon John Dillon to shake off ja sorrowtoo deep for him to speak of thereand bring back his voice nnd influence to the public councils of the Irish peo ple They wished to see him back In the service of the country which loved him so well and which he had worked for loyally iri the past and he would like It to go out from that meeting that they asked John Dillon to come back Into public life HENRIS DREAM 1 What CourierJournal Editor Saw In fheLower World The Editor of the CourierJournal had a dream the other night He dreamt that he died and was whisked off to the regions below Old Nick met him at the outer door and ex tended a most hospitable welcome Weve been looking and waiting im patiently for you says he Some of the boys Were beginning to be afraid that you were not coming but that they would keep you In the shop above but I told em to cheer up You see I know that sometimes they take pity on us and send us a good- man Why your friends 11 be truly delightedWhos here was timidly asked They are all here said Satan Theres old Grover and John G Car lisle and Teddy and Got any Kentuckians Plenty of em Theres Governor Beckham and Colonel John Whallen and Aaron Kohn and Richard Knott why bless youwhen I get tired of whooping of em up and want a little recreation I lleave Dick In charge and feel perfectly safe the fire wont go out till I get back Then we entered The place was fitted up elegantjust like the Buck Ingham Theater with a Summer Gar den attachment which they called the Red City Lum Simons stood at the gate taking tickets and when he aw the newcomer he cried hooray and said you pass In free It was a fine sight Inside All sorts of people and politics and religions Democrats and Republicans and Methodists and Presbyterians and Episcopalians From every bough a crook or a thief Someswingmarked Louisville and a few FuslonistHere says Satan we reverse the earthly rule We honor perfidy and Pharisaism above all things be cause they are so energetic and send us so many recruits Common politicians we string up to dry But yourSatanlcMajesty where Is Mayor Bingham was asked a Oh says Satan hes a Baptist What has that to do with It Dont you know says he with a kind of awe In his tone that the Baptists are a very exclusive congregation and dont like to be mixed up either In their drinks or their dam IiComeIiI called the of Pro j yesItibuleI Lorenzo Dow and Tom Watsort and t Hoke Smith and Carrie Nation Shes a Kentucky girl he said triumphantly t as we passed her and t then he lifted up a trapdoor and pointed to a pit blazing with lighti IIsolemnlyII I We sure was as he said there they were holding 1 a Long Run convention everyman 1 of them a rednosed angel with Dr M P Hunt presiding the Reverend Mr James Van Arsedale In the act of offering a set of resolutions the purport of which ran Well make Kentucky as Dry as Hell and Maine RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mollle Iwrrt wife of Joseph Isert who died Thursday will take place this morning from St Louis Bertrands church She was twentyeight years old and t resided at Fifth and Breckinrldge Mrs Nellie Hawes one of the oldest members of St Patricks congr ution residing at 1534 Portland avenue succumbed to paralysis Sunday evening Her funeral took place h Tuesday the interment being in St Johns cemetery Yesterday morning with a requiem mass the funeral of Mrs Catherine Parker took place from St Williams I church Deceased was sixtyfive years of age and resided with herI daughter Mrs Elizabeth Lunceford 1214 Zane street Patrick and Margaret McNally 810 West St Catherine street are mourning the loss of their Infant son James whose funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from the DomlnlI Mn church For the bereaved parents much sympathy has been expressed After long and patient suffering William Keane passed to his eternal reward Monday afternoon Deceased was thirtytwo years old und a native lit Ireland During his brief residence in Louisville he made many friends as was attested by the largo attendance at the funeral at St Patricks church Wednesday morning Miss Ruth Kennedy the fifteen rearold daughter of Mrs Thomas Kennedy and sister of Louis Kennedy died Wednesday night at St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital alter ai long illness of pn umonla and a complication of diseases She was ai most lovable girl an J her death will be greatly mourned ly a wide circle of friends and acquaintances i CHRISTIANITY Has Proven the Real and Only Solution of Mystery of Life Cardinal Gibbons on Knowledge Man Receives From Religion The Blessed Inheritance Held Out to Followers of Christ BE PROUD OF OUR GITIYEISHIP The Christian faith professed by the Romans to whom the Apostle Paul wrote was propagated in a marvelously short time It is profit able for us to consider some of the secondary causes which operated in the diffusion of the Christian faith The first cause Is found In the beautiful teachings of Christ himself His religion proclaimed the truths which satisfy the highest aspirations expresseddoctrines successfully against the highest scientific investigations of the learned for hundreds of years and it presents today the same truths and problems that it did then The religion of Christ then as now gave the world a sublime notion of Cod himself It spoke of a God who endures from eternity to eternity it spoke of God who is one it spoke of a God who is all powerful and governs al things by his power it spoke of n God who watches over all the world and cares for all the world not even a worm dies without his knowledge and notice it spoke to the world of one who is infinite of one who is just of one who is holy of one who is righteous The religion of Christ then as now gave man a rational idea of himself Hitherto man had been a mystery to himself a riddle to himself lie knew not whence ho came and he knew not whither he was bound but the Christian religion rescued him The Christian roughen gave to maa limself a knowledge of his destiny is is well related in that holy speech which is said to have been mode by an old Dane to King Edwin in tile seventh century when a missionary came to Edwin to convert him to Christianity He was deeply impressed by the new religion of which he had heard but before taking such in important step he called together council of his advisers One of iiI ounselors said You have seen a bird on a stormy night fly into one of the windows of our banquet hall md circle a few times around the oom and then fly out another winnow but we knew not whence he came nor whither he went And so it is with us we know not our origin our destiny If this Christian religion which these men have come to explain to us will solve the mystery for us I would embrace it mother circumstance that commends the religion of Christ to us is that it not only gives us an under itanding of God and of man but hat it gives us pence It gives us that peace of God that passeth understanding It gives us peace with God by teaching us to love him to him and to obey him it gives is peace with our neighbor by teach- Ing us to deal justly with all mankind it gives us peace with ourselves y teaching us the love of God Besides these intrinsic qualities that commended the religion of Christ to men there were other ex raneous qualities that also com mended It The exemplary lives of believers the great change that took place in the characters of those who embraced Christianity commended 1- to men All saw the changes that took place In the characters of those who embraced Christianity The Christians like the three children in the finny furnace were brave in the pres ence of danger and suffering Men saw that Christians were temperate hey saw that Christians were just that they were honest In their deal- Ings with other men They saw that imid Insults vituperation slander calumny they maintained an un alterable faith A tree that produces such fruit must be planted by the land of God Now brethren let us bring this subject home to ourselves and ask ourselves how we stand Things are much the same now as they were in the day of the early Christians There is the same knowledge of Jesus Christ and the same knowledge- of God now as then Christ holds nut the same blessed Inheritance now ns he did then and the church is sowing the same seed of the gospel now all it was then Would to God I could say It Is planted in the same soil as it was then We are unworthy hlldren of worthy sires One reason nay be that it Is not as difficult to be a Christian now as It was then The father who by hard toil amasses wealth appreciates its value far more than the soh who Inherits It We need the help of every Christian in carrying pn the work of Christ If the apostles with all their faith and i influence could not accomplish what they did without the aid of the laity how can we We can not accomplish anything Without Gods generous watering Two thousand years ago when Rome was in its glory the proudest title of man was to be called a Roman citizen Paul was proud of his Roman citizenship proud of the antiquity of the city proud of the power of the great republic proud of the wisdom of his Emperor Wo should be more proud of our Chris than citizenship If we glory in an tiquity where can we find any antiquity greater than that of our religion If we like sanctity where can we find greater sanctity than in the religion that comes from God If we admire true heroism true courage where can we find any greater courage displayed than that of the martyrs HAVE GOT BUSY Mackln Council Marks Out Active Campaign For Winter With a good attendance President Sand ocupylng the chair Mackli Council elected one new member re gotbusythe membership will not lag two teams headed by Frank Lenihan and Adolphus Andrlott were appointed and that the classes of candidates may not prove unwieldy It was de cided to hold initiations on the first Tuesday In October and November This membership contest will be a winningteamUpon motion the fine willow rock er won at the St Leo church outing was donated to the Rev Father Fitz gerald and the Invitation extended the council by Chairman William M Higgins to the State Fair on Irish American night was accepted by unanimous vote Announcement was made that the Social Club would open Its series of dances on Monday night and that the literary exercises wouldbe Inaugurated on Tuesday September 24 when Attorney Austin Walsh would deliver the address Charles Raldy In a feeling talk called intention to the fact that the meeting was being held on the four teenth anniversary of Mackin Council In an Interesting manner he re viewed the work of the council and paid eloquent tribute to those who had worked for Its upbuilding JOLLY NIGHT For All Who Attend Hiber nian Initiation Next Week Hibernians are promised a merry time next Thursday night at the Initiation to be held at the hall of Division 3 Seventeenth and Main to which all members of the order have been invited Division 3 has been arranging for this event for sometime and with the candidates from the other divisions it Is expected that a large class will receive the degrees The meeting last week was a rous- Ing one with a number of visitors present Austin Walsh representing- the degree team stated that everything was ready and requested Divis- Ion 3 to organize a choir which was done immediately Messrs Ford Lyrili and Median presented an invitation to the carnival of Division B vhlch was accepted and a resolution adopted that the members attend in a body Tins Visiting Committee had no report not a member being on the sick list Phil Cavanaugh who occupied the chair In the absence of President Tames Coleman introduced State resident Butler and Attorney Lawrence Mockey who advocated speedy steps toward making a good showing at time national convention They made a strong plea for united and earnest work and were heartily applauded PAPAL BRIEF Appoints Monsignor OCon nell to Archbishopric of Boston Papal briefs have been made out through the Congregation of the Propaganda appointing the former Coadjutor Archbishop 6f Boston ilonsignor OConnell to succeed the late Archbishop Williams Monsignor OConnell was appointed with right of succession so that the Papal decrees in the matter will be only a formality in compliance with the canon law of the church It is asserted that the appointment will be only temporary and that the Pope Intends to use Archbishop OConnell- in the diplomatic department of the church When the prelate was sent to Japan a few months ago his mis sion was so successful that the Japanese Government sent a special delegation to Rome to assure the JapanPorewould receive the utmost considera tion from the Mikado A large Cathe drat Is to be erected on a piece of i ground donated to the church bra I wealthy Japanese and a special representative of the Pope will be sent to reside permanently in Tokio If Archbishop OConnell should be chosen for this mission he would not necessarily relinquish his rights to the see of Boston but would be al lowed to resume them on his return FOUR FROM THIS CITY During the solemn high mass celebrated week before last at Syracuse by the Provincial Very Rev Dr Louis Stiller O M C formerly of this city William Rafferty and Theo lore Harms both of Louisville received the habit of the Franciscans rater Antimony Hodapp made simple Ivo8 and Frater Dominic Miller made solemn vows They are also from this city CONSECRATION The consecration of Bishopelect Feehan who succeeds the late Bishop Stang In the Fall River diocese 11- 1take place with Imposing ceremonies- at St Marys Cathedral Fall River Mass on Thursday September 19 r I STATE FAIR 1 IElaborate Plans and Program For IrishAmerican NightuJudge Matt CDoherty Accepts Invitation to Deliver Address Opens Monday and Will Con tinue During Entire WeekrPATRICK mm IIN THE FIREWORKS The IrishAmericans of Kentucky Louisville and Southern Indiana will Statefair 17 For weeks a special committee ThomasBengagedelaboratingprogramme ofthoacceptedthe k addressforplanshavea- very definite Irish atmosphere to theaa societiestheStatecelebrationWiUlgreenshed its glow over the Irishmen and fairAsorganization which will perform every evening thelatothefeaturesman each evening the portrait of Patrick Cannon has been selected as the mo meaning the most to Louisville Irish Amertcans l tileStateence with Will H Newman and the Committee to decide upon the musi cal programme for IrishAmerican night The music will therefore be all anjSigconnected officially with the State pleaseandIrishAmericansIMa 1 Monday and continue throughouttl e week with a continuous succession of useful and attractive displays be a vast benefit not only to this com countyvillagesquareinclmutueky assembling together within a con thedistintle oftheof advestisement that the Common bringslthlntillcaiIIpecl111entstacky can perform There will be shown the manyfertilemanufacturing progress that we have whichthe i ofthyearsTimere fortheour progress that will be exhibited and this will without doubt do much to attract population and investment todevelop hasbeenonlybeenoffersbetter j CommonwealthIn y WINS ON MERIT Margaret V Kelly is a woman with n salary She is receiving 2000 a year as a worker in the mint bureau of the Treasury Department and ii- said it to be the first woman Govern mental employe with so high compensation as this George E Roberts the retiring director of the mint avows that she won her position entitledcould get and that without question she would be able to fill the position- of anytroublecapable that she knew as much about the business as any one around moretittedknownDirector TreasuryCortelyou dutyAndtellys work entitled her to an in crease beyond her former salary of 41000 that she line received it Few women In the Government service go beyond 1000 LABOR LAWS IMPROVED A review of the twentyfive more bills enacted by the New Y Legislature shows that the cause progressinitlons of the laboring matt The general labor law of the State has been amended In many important larticulars and many new laws enacted The rights of women and children who are employed in factories have been more thoroughly protected and railroad employes acquisitionfor w iiir IiENTUCr IfiISH arv RIOAN T 7KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflH Devoted to tho 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 at the Louisville Poitofflee as Second Class flatter Address ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St Y LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1907 ESCAPED TilE FLAMES s The CourierJournal has certalnlj had all the fire that paper needs for the next half century of Its existence Twice within a month the magnlll cent structure at Fourth and Green was threatened and only the heroic work of the fire department Raed it from total destruction Xotwith standing the great damage mwtalnci the CourierJournal and Times hoth appeared almost as though nothnif had happened making a record heretofore unknown in American journal Ism OUR STATE FAIR The people of Louisville should visit the State Fair next week where there will be much to be seen and learned Ilesldcnts of the cities have little idea of the wealth of exhibit to be seen there For those who car go onlyat night there will be sperm did programmes the best of which has been arranged for Tuesday ever lag which has been set apart as Irish Amerldan night when there vibe of fireworks and a special display a mammoth set piece of the late Pat rick IJannon Col Tom McCabe wl11 tc the Chairman for that evening when Judge Matt ODoherty will deliver the address DEMOCKATIC HARMONY Upon all sides expressions an heard that the Democratic ticke f named for cityand county office will win in the coming election Tin Democrats arc for unity and arc lot ing no time in making that facl known All the men thus far named have been and still are striving to ad vance the interests of Louisville anll the cavilers who work with pen am Ink and pastepots have been unable singltocandidate There is no doubt of the nomination of Thomas Shelley for Tax He cower and Mike Tynan for Bailiff of the City Court From reliable sources we leara that the AldermanU and c li jianlenomluecK will Include Louisvilles most representativi men several of whom have serves In those bodies with honor to them selves and their party The number of disaffected are becoming grad ually smaller and every day the out look becomes brighter GOOn ANDI TllUE r Iloosevelt and Bryan and ninny oth ers almost as prominent are mucl talked about just now but how lIttle Is said In the daily press about that great philanthropist and humanitar lan George T Angell of Boston founder and President of the American Humane Education Society This good man who will soon be called to Ills eternal reward has done more for the peace of the world than any layman we know of It was he who suggested that President HoosevcU add to his Cabinet a Secretary for Peace Mr Angells Christian and humane plans are in accord with the teachings of the Catholic church and If adopted would secure the world lasting peace Ills splendid publica thin Our Dumb Animals which has done much for peace between al peoples should be read byevery school child The Kentucky Irish American indorses the work of the American Humane Education So r ciety and would help the every effort cf Its venerable headi SOUTHER CANDIDATES That stalwart Republican paper the Minneapolis Tribune declares there is an astonishing dearth of Democrats available for the Presi dential nomination This arouses time Houston Post to remark that There is no dearth of Democratic injaterlal in the South if the party should deem it proper to Ignore the events of nearly half a century ago end choose a candidate purely upon the ground of his personal and politi cal fitness Virginia North Carolina Georgia Mississippi Tennessee Mis gqurl Louisiana and Texas contain men of residential staturemen in every way qualified to fill the first JUIce of the republic in a manner orthy the best traditions of the amocracy In the way of material he Democracy is as fully equipped UK the Republican party For every Republican statesman of acknowl edged fitness we can name n Demo crat who possesses all the requisites of the Presidency provided we tare not compelled to ignore the public men of a section of the country where Democracy flourishes according to the teachings of the fathers Louisville will have filtered water nome years hence Tuesday the- Y Y Waterworks Board awarded con tracts for two pumping engines cost ing only 341574 to he completed In sixteen and eighteen months Prefil dent Zorn Mayor Bingham and all the members except Director Grainger were present when the awards were made The ncw management moves with the snme celerity the old one did which SliT prises nobody Great bodies ala s did move slowly George Kennans writings against Catholics are not worthy serious notice but that McClures Magain should give them such prominent creates genuine surprise Proved Hi 1 truthful and bigoted McClures owes Catholics more than apology for Kennan His writings have beret fore been disputed and unless tht reply appears none should longr take that magazinee Twentyone of the hundred your Filipino students sent to this country to be educated in our colleges lU1e just left for time Philippines with diplomas In their pockets and pre pared to tackle the intricacies iof selfgovernment Of the entire nut bor fortyseven have decided to re main In the United States Home correspondents say the pos sibility of the elevation to the Cnrdlnalate of Archbishop OConnel who succeeds the late Archbhho Williams at Boston has been dill cussed for a year but that there iIs little likelihood of its taking plat for sonic time to come City Treasurer Dick Schmitt ha turned over his books and retire from office Ills record was with rut flaw and his withdrawal from political life deprives the city anl county of a faithful servant who has no superior and but few equals WEDDING HELLS Pleasantly surprised were man people here and in Jasper Ind when they received invitations to the roar riage of George Dues and Miss Amelia Schultheis which will be sol emnied Tuesday morning at G30 oclock with n nuptial mass at St Boniface church The bride is one of Jaspers most popular young women and for three years was a favorite school teacher there Mr Dues is a son of Joseph Dues and has lout been prominent In German social and business circles and in the affairs If Trinity Council Y M L llobcrl Goebel and Miss Annie Schultheis sister of the bride will be the at tendants Following the church cere moray the bridal couple will be en Urtained at breakfast at the res ter of Mr and Mrs F B Horst mat n 022 Fifth street after which the bride and groom will leave for nn Eastern honeymoon trip Both have been receiving many congratu latlol s i LETTER CARRIERS ItUTURN- LotliA Borntraeger Charles Car rlther William Davis and John Em mons delegates from Louisville and Kentucky to the National Association of Letter Carriers who held then national convention at Canton Ohio have returned home and are loud in praise of the Ohio people who left nothing undone for the comfort and entertainment of the 1500 delegates and visitors John Emmons was hon ored by being placed on the Committee on Constitution and Laws one of the most important appointments in the association The convention was in session a week and was pronounced the most successful ever held St Paul got the next conven ion which meets in 1909 BELLEVUE Phil Sheridan Council Y M L of Bellevue will celebrate Its fourteenth anniversary by receiving holy communion in a body tomorrow morning at the high mass at St Anthonys church In the evening tie members and their friends will attend solemn reapers when the festal sermon will be preached Monday night the council will initiate a class followed by 0i social session and on Wednesday here will be an entertainment for the lady friends of the members Phil Sheridan is making splendid progress and expects to soon form 0i Y M I home association for the purpose of building a hall and clubhouse NEWS FROM ROME It has been announced in Rome that Moqslgnor Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate to the United States is soon to pay a visit to the Holy Sty at the personal request of the Pope and that Monsignor Kennedy tbe rector of the American College here will relinquish hin position for higher honors which are said to be InI store for him PROMOTED Sergeant John J Carney of the First police station has been made Lieutenant by the Board of Public Safety Carney has made a splendid record since becoming n member of the force and his promotion is a just recognition of his faithful services 1 LocIDvWilliam been J spending a week In Memphis Misses Jennie and Katie Murphj are visiting friends at Dayton OhioI Miss Bridgio Callahan left last week to visit her sister In Memphis Miss Clara J McLaughlin is home I from an extensive trip through the East Miss Carrie Fowler spent last week at Nicholasvllle as the guest of Mis Frankie Coyle Mr William D Chester has just re turned from Cincinnati after n Tlslt of several days MIss Catherine Sheehan spent thc past week with Wayne Sheehan an1 wife at Bardstown Miss Agnes Carney and Marie and Anabel Cox visited friends in Cincinnati this week T J Garvey now located at Hop klnsville was here for a brief llIlt the first of the week Miss Lily Schreiber has return d from n weeks visit to friends lit Jfcilberry Flats Ind Miss Margaret Mayof Central City has 1boon visiting here as the gucst of Mrs C Fitgibbon Miss Jennie Head of Ilockport will spend the winter with Mrs 7 II Head in South Louisville Miss Regina Maekin spent last week at Lebanon as the guest of her sister Mrs John II Wathen Misses Dessie and Julia Burns ot Clifton are home from a visit 1 to friends In Covlngton and Cincinnati Miss Catherine Keegan of Park View has for several days been the euest of Mr and Mrs Chart Iteissy Miss Mamie Hikes who was tin guest of Miss Mary Canfield has returned to her home at Pleasant Ridge Misses Mlinic Clarke had a lcllrht fit visit at New Hope where sit was the guest or John Bowling ani family Miss Anna Donnhiii of Covington has been spending the week hees the guest of Miss Lillie Ism ur JI11 Clifton Mrs Timothy Murphy and daughter Miss Sophia have gone to St Louis for a three weeks visit with relatives Miss Viola Heffernnn and Mis OBrien of Clifton arrived home thIs week after spending a month ill Alabama Misses Mary and Nell Fowler who have been visiting relatives at Win Chester have returned to their tom in Parkland Fred Struck and wife and little daughter Vivian enjoyed a mos pleasant ten days visit with friend at Cincinnati Miss Kathleen Shaughnesy has re turned to her home at Madison Ind after a pleasant visit with Mrs B C Leonard in Parkland Miss Alberta OBrien received much social attention while visiting nt Cloverport where she was the guest of Mrs Isadore Popham Miss Blanche McDermott Thomas L McDermott Jr mil Miss Blanche McGonigalc were among last weeks arrivals at Harbor Springs Mich Mrs Charles L Crush and laughter Miss Mfr nhle are home again rafter spending six weeks with rein tIes in Chicago nnd the Northwest Matt Boyle Superintendent for n large Pittsburg stove and range com pony is here visiting his sister Mrs Maggie Shea 805 West Chestnut street Messrs William B and Paul Doherty who spent the summer at Bay View have entered the High School senior class and will graduate next June Michael Renrdon and William Mor rison were among those from this city who registered Monday in the Kentucky building at the Jamestown Exposition Mr and Mrs Albert Steiger and baby of 1200 West Broadway and Miss Florence Donnelly are home at1hitenillphLlebcrtple of Clifton were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St Jo sephs church Mrs William M Higgins and daughter Miss Hattie Higgins will return tomorrow from Nev York where they have been spending three weeks with relatives James Welch who left this city eight months ago to engage in the plumbing business in San Francisco arrived home Monday morningand will spend the winter here Mr and Mrs W W Allison nnd children of St Louis pre here for a months visit to relatives and are now the guests of Mrs John Mullaney 1110 Seventh street Mrs Henry Hughes of 107 Camp bell street and Miss Florence Gay jff 840 Fulton street have been spend ng the week with friends in Cincin lati Before returning theywlll visit Milwaukee The many friends and acquaint inces of John Burke Sr of 2418 Seech street who has been ill with heumatism since last May will regret to learn that his condition shows no improvement Misses Pearl Zabel Nellie Bobbins and Irene E Icoulln and Mr C H Robbins have mst returned from a lellghtful visit to Cincinnati where I they were the guests of Miss AgnesI Grade of Clifton Heights Henry McKcnnn one of the Fairfield distillers whose reputation ex tends throughout the country was here for a few days this week visit ing his grandfather Charles White 1225 West Jefferson street Circuit Court stenographer John Cassllly and his sisterinlaw Miss Lucy Coakley and Miss Mamie Me Aullffe df Jeffersonvllle have re turned from a visit of several week to Chicago and the Northwest Misses Elizabeth nnd Margaret Sayers of 2200 Fourth avenue return today from n two weeks Tlslt at Shelbyvillc where they wettime guests of Misses Cella and Agnes Curran and were entertained nt a number of receptions Michael Croft and Miss Maymt Leifelt of Sellersburg Ind wen quietly wedded Sunday Horning i In Jeffersonville by the Kev Fathe OConnell nt St Augustines 111e couple immediately left for the home where they receiver many con gratulatlonsc George C Bir nnd Miss Anna Mn Thien well known residents of Xew Albany were united in the bonds of marriage TVesday morning nt St Josephs church ten miles north or the city the Rev Father Gabrie officiating at the nuptial mass anll performing the ceremony Mrs Frances Hogan who will be remembered as Miss Grace Coyle is hero from Douglas Ariz and visltlnf her parents Mr nnd Mrs Willinn Coyle in Jeffersonville with whom she will stayuntil October Mr Hogan has recovered his health since locating in Arizona and is prospering Miss Mayme Fnllon ejitertalne Tuesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs John Schellluise of Wheeling who are here on their honeymoor trip lime guests were Misses Maynu Hesse Katherine McGrath Margarei Dazell Mary Haley Messrs John Dalzell Theo Desse Fergus Fallen Jr Mr and Mrs Charles Sengel Mr and Mrs Fergus Fnllon Mrs John A Murphy who has beer spending the summer in Ireland wu a passenger on the monster Lusi tania that broke all ocenn records between Queenstown and New York Mrs Murphy will visit relatives iri New York Ohio and Illinois and will not he home before October 1 when she will return with her husband who will meet her in Chicago Mr and Mrs John T Sehellhase of Wheeling are spending their honey moon at the home of the groom uncle Charles J Dessse the Eas End gocer nnd are being extensive entertained by friends of the family After leaving Louisville the hnpp couple will visit the Jamestown Expo pitlon and other points of interes and then return to Wheeling where they will make their future horn with the brides parents Mr and Mrs James Wagner St James church in the Highlands will be the scene of n very prett wedding on Wednesday morning September IS when Bernard Ober meter will lead to the altar Miss Mamie Vnlla the charming and ac complished daughter of Mr and Mrs John Valla Both young people arc very popular and are being show Bred with congratulations on their approaching nuptials After the ceremony there will be a reception at the home of the bride on Baxter avenue BANISHMENT Predict For Cardinals Who Are Criticising Papal Secretary Owing to the recent death of Cardinal Svnmpa It Is announced by the secular press there will be a general shifting of Cardinals within the next few monhs The Sees of Pisa Tiolognn Lucca and Florence are to be given into the charge of Cardinals wlo have heretofore been high In in fluence nt the Vatican while the present Incumbents will be called to Rome This will be a decree of exile for several Cardinals as n position in the Curia Is much sought It Is not known why the Pope has decided on It but it is believed that some of the Cardinals to be removed have crltcised the Cardinal Secretary of State who is a great favorite of the Pontiff Corespondents of Catholic papers however give the foregoing little credence BADGE FOR TilE MAYOR Major Edward Burke night Chief of Police was given an agreeable surprise Tuesday night hcnal- arge number of friends headed by Louis Tomppert gathered at Ills home and after expressions of friendship presented him with n handsome gold badge WELCOME ARRIVAL A young gentleman made his appearance last Sunday in Muncie Ind at the home of Mr and Mrs James W Dougherty formerly of this city lIe pulled time scales to the ten pounl notch and his loving father nncj mother are justly proud of the splen Hd little man- HEALTH IS FAILING Thomas S Rudd owner of the madden ranch in Arkansas and well nown throughout Kentucky has been compelled to go to Hot Springs because of failing health lie is a brother of Col John D lludd of this cltty GIVE UP HOPE- r Rev Francis Brady assistant pna tor at St Cecilias church and a nephew of Father Andrew J Brady Hes in a precarious condition at Sts lary and tijizabeth Hospital where heI line been ill for many months The first of the week hope for his recovery was abandoned and it was thought the end was near Father Irady was in the best of health when ordained th ee years ago but a serious 111 nas i of pneumonia brought on tuberculo Is which his weakened ondltion c ti not withstand j- G REPUBLICAN TICKET I For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Maysvllle For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Hopklnsvlllc For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Harrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD PARLEY of Paducah For Secretary of State DIt BEN L BUUNEU of Munfordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CIUBBE of Ashland Foor Clerk of the Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture M C KANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For 15 K Commissioner Third Dist A T SILEIt of Whitley couny KNII1IITS OF COI i IBUS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Elsewhere The St Louis Chapter will shortl equip the House oC Reuge chape altar with handsome statuary The new council recently instituted at Billings Mont started 01T with fiftythree charter members Archbishop Elder Council of Cincinnati has under consideration way and means for establishing a horn fundThe grand opening of Bunker Hll Councils new club house on Righ street Charlestown Mass tool place Monday night The largest private picnic eve given at Green Bay Wls was that of the Knights of Columbus when 700 guests attended the annual out- Ing at Ridge Point The building erected by the council at Washington Ind at a cost of 40000 brings in a rental of 4400 besides furnishing the Knights with uptodate club quarters Many Milwaukee Knights favoi the site at Twelfth and Grand ave nue for the proposed club house for the two local councils It Is a larg brick residence for years the homo of the late John Johnston and later occupied by the Carleton Club St Paul Council initiated a class of sixty candidates for the third de gree on Labor day In the evening a regular meeting of the council was held when members from varloui parts of the State as well as iron Chicago and Winnipeg were present HINTS ON STYLE For girls the sailor and mushroom shape hats now predominate Shepherds plaids will find favor with modish women for fall wear For evening and dancing frocks fancy bordered chiffons are charm ing Most of the natty suits shown for school girls this season are plain and practicalBlack serge is now Included In the list of mourning fabrics but of as dull n black as possible Turnover collars of baby Irish lace are most attractive for wear with silk pongee or fine lawn waists The school girl fall hats are trimmed with wide ribbons heaped with flowers or two very large wings It is evident that the short waisted bodices have no idea of rev tiring or being eliminated at the end of the season- Broadcloth in somber colors will hold its own this season as will also serges worsted suitings velveteens and corduroys The best of the models are not et- on view and Is therefore unwise to buy any of the Important Items of ones winter outfit this month Custom still demands that there shall be distinction made between the mourning worn by a widow and that put on for any other bereavement Dark colors will be most generally worn this fall Tans and grays have outlived their popularity and somber colors principally dark green are superseding them The newest gowns seen among elegant women do not have the long slope of the shoulder All Japanese effects have disappeared and sleeves reach to the thumbs Apparently the overwaist or jumper idea Is to extend its favor for some time to come and numerous of the new developments are most graceful and attractive The turnover collar continues the most fashionable Item of a womans neckwear although there is news from Paris that It will be supplanted by high stocks and jabots Becoming cravats and tiny bows are being made to match collars in colorings The bluo embroidered collar will have a blue lawn bow or mull cravat to correspond tho ends embroidered to match that decorat- Ing the collar MODEL FARM AT CORN SHOW The smallest yet most perfect and complete farm in existence will be I one of the many attractive ofr the National Corn featuresII Chicago next month fields of growing grain form machinery etc will be shown vithin the twentyfoot enclosure as fined to the exhibit A tiny stream of running writer representing r river cqmplete railway trains in mature etc will add life and inI erest to the scene The exhibits and decoration of the Coliseum where tbeI UNDERPRICED SALE OF MISSES AND CHILDRENS SCHOOL COATS AND JACKETS Childrens and Misses School Jackets in fancy checks and stripes box coat style plain or trimmed with velvet collar and cuffs regular 500 and 600 valuesSpecial 350 Childrens Peter Thompson Coats in cloths cheviots and serges lined throughout sizes 4 to 10 years regular 800 valueSpecial 498 Sizes 10 to 18 years regular 1000 and 1200 values Special 748 SHOE DEPT Fourth Floor AN UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE SALE OF- WOMENS BOOTS 350 400 500 AND 600 VALUES REDUCED TO 268 PAIR Prior to placing in stock the new Boot Models for autumn and winter we have collected from our present stock all discontinued styles including fewpair lots undesirable sizes widths and shoes slightly shop worn from fitting all arranged on tables for con venient selection and rapid selling Among these are Laird Schober Burt and other prominent makers of boots We especially call your attention to the fact that all sizes and widths arc not to be had in every style but the entire assortment provides col lectively sizes 2 to 7 widths A to D An unusual opportunity for small and narrow feet STEWART DRY GOODS COIN I CONNECTION WITH JAME8 MeCREEBY ft CO NEW YOWC- INCOKlOKATKl m INDEPENDENT ANTITRUST SOWDERS COINCORPORATE Fish Oysters Poultry and Game TAMES SOWDERS MirCumb Phone Main 190I Home Phone 4950 ORDER YO- URCOAL FROM Dougherty Lannin Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Dest creened Plttsburg coal This is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 JAS P REEDY CANDIDATE FOR Judge Police Court SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 190 Chas D Greert CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Police Court SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 WM A PERRY CANDIDATE FO- RRepresentative 49111 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and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply o MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelferionvllle lad Give your boys in education that will prepare them lor life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by tlae Xaverlan Brother Claidcal Bdentlf and Bulnei Courtei Preparatory De 0 partmentIar eSwlmml Pool Ne1- 1nymnaainm d Terms Moderate Bro James r O 1531 W MARKET STREET JIII J 1 i IPETER M ANDRIOT 8 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 1 504 W JEFFERSON STIOTTO B YENT Proltllelortt Oldand Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET j u MAKE YOUR PLANS TO ATTEND KENTUCKY STATEFAIRT- 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 It attendance to a quarter in this great week IL HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The women oi Montgomery Unn1 have organized a strong auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary will present some quaint attractions at their Irish fair Monday night at Nine teenth and Bank The suggestion streetsIfor ntteifding the national convention be commenced at once should meet with unanimous approval James Sayers and Tim Stone did excellent work for Division 2 during the past few weeks and helped materially to swell its treasury All who can should attend the In itiation at the meeting of Division 3 Thursday night and give the new members a proper reception The Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul Initiated a large class of candidates Wednesday night followed by an Interesting musical and literary pro grammeDivision 75 of Boston has reopened Its Garlic class This division the only one in the United States that conducts its business in Gaelic has had grand success in tne three years of its existence The presence of Roger McDermott and Thomas Conway put all in good humor at the last melting of Division 2 Both had to acknowledge the hearty welcome and lkind expressions that greeted them Virginia Hibernians last week at Portsmouth tendered a reception and banquet to New Yorks State Presi dent John W Dorsey of Syracuse who will have some great tales of the South to tell upon his return home The auxiliary at Nashua is In splendid condition both as to finan ces and membership Example for the women of New England was set at the last meeting when fourteen candidates were Initiated Into the orderJohn Flanagan the big policeman and Melvin Sheppard broke two worlds records at the Ancient Order games at Celtic Park New York The former sent the iron ball hurling through the air for ills feet eight Inches and Sheppard ran 000 yards In 21 45- George J Butler Lawrence Mnckey and D J Coleman will provide the refreshments for the initiation Thursday night They Intend toI make this the blowout of the year This surely means a good time and big crowd as every member of the order will be welcome Thomas Garry George Butler Michael Sheehan and the other gro cers of the West End will be given points on the store business at the fair to be given by the Ladies Aux- iliarytn Monday night The women soy they have a stock that will supply the West End for weeks to come A diamond ring contest for the election of a queen for the St Paul Hibernian festival will close the last week in October Each division andI auxiliary has been requested to nominate a candidate The candi date having the highest number of votes on Monday October 28 at lOp m shall be crowned Queen of the festival and in addition receive a diamond ring valued at 100 The next four highest on the list of candidates to be ladies of honor and receive a set ring of the value of 26 ENTERS CONVENT Miss Mary Maloney a member of St Louis Bertrands parish entered the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy East Broadway this past week to make preparation for joining that order of sisterhood Miss Maloney Is a niece of Thomas Lnych well known in Hibernian circles and she will have the earnest prayers of her many friends and acquaintances for success In her vocation DEATH CLAIMS YOUNG PIUEST The Rest Tames A Crow who was ordained by Bishop McCloskey in May and had since been assistant pastor at St Alphonsus church at St Joseph Daviess county died there on Wednesday of last week after an illness of less than a month Father Crow was a native of Ashe I ville N C and was a young priest of much promise CLERICAL CHANGES Word has been received in Newport that Rev Thomas Cooney heretofore stationed at St Josephs church at Warsaw is to be made assistant of the Church of the Immaculate Con caption He will take the plawof Rev Thomas Coleman who rips been made pastor at Brookvllle Father Cooney whose home is in Covington has done missionary work for ser eral years in the mountains of Ken tacky ARBITRATION COMMITTEE Hon LaVega Clements Grand President of the Young Mens Institute t v HOPKINSI The Family Ideal Theater OPENS MATINEE SEPT 15 WITH A CONTINUOUS SHOW From I130 to 1030 p m 15aASs VAUDEVILLE ACTS15I I IJO2030c No Higher TUIKGH ui evs evenlingsThursday Friday and Saturday even Ings and Saturday matinee Parsifal PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D dines Vice President Jamas J Kllkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T LynchFinancial Secretary John T Ktian ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings oJL Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and oralnPresldentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary JoLn Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergeantatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J Mcfc- llott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryW J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlnan Sergeant at Arms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresIdentLouis Constan tinePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice PresidentB Coyle Recording SecrehryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E MurphY TreasurerMIchael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y M X MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Eveniigs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresIdentFrank Lan han Recording Secretary Den Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel AdolphnB Andriot Outside Sentinel Oiorge Bartsch Kentucky jurisdiction has appointed Messrs John Sower of Frankfort James B Keljy of Louisville Joseph Cassidy of Bellevue John P Conway of Winchester and Thomas D Clines of Louisville members of the Arbitration Committee of the Kentuclq Grand Council This is of course an important committee but one that will have little to do while the present good feeling prevails throughout We jurisdiction i n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges James E Quigley of Clones has been appointed County Surveyor un der the Meath County Council Taken all around farmers about Balybay complain that crops are far below the average of former years The Monaghan harvest forecast Is very discouraging Crops generally yearining in the mountainous districts Tenders for the erection of a new Crown postofflce in Mill street In the town of Monaghan have been re ceived The new building will be a handsome structure and an ornament to the street Nobody in Dundalk or Drogheda anticipated the sudden announce ment of the stoppage of the coasting steamship service The only reason the owners gave was Insufficient support and lowered railway rates Under the Liberal administration coercion has boon proclaimed in Longford that an additional force of police Vvlll be assigned to these counties for which they will have to pay A very large meeting of the inhab itants of Killarney presided over by KerryCountyminated address to the Rev Father C J Brennan who has been pro moted to the parish of Tralee At the Moate petty sessions Will lam Michael and Philip Fox and Jo seph Kilmnrray and Michael Nnlly were remanded for assault on Michael CnrrangowlrCount arose over the occupancy of A farm The death of Richard Bothwell Inn railroad accident at Dundalk caused general regret at Greenore where he was a most respected citizen and general favorite He leaves a wife and young family for whom there Is sympathy throughout the county A futile attempt at seizure under civil bill decrees was made at Lough rea on six tenants on the Ollara French estate When Agent Crozier and a large body of police arrived early in the morning they found the stock lied been cleared off the lands and had to retire empty handed Dennis Nolan a well known farmer of Currownusular was the victim of a fatal accident at Elphin Driving a twohorse mowing machine through the town the horses shied and ran away In jumping from his seat Nolan was caught in the wheel and his head knocked against the stones decth resulting almost instantly The death is announced of John Lawton n Cork centenarian who was the friend of Daniel OConnell Isaac Butte Archbishop Croke and other prominent men Though for upwards of sixtylire years a licensed vintner of MIdleton where he had occupied the same premises all his life he never smoked or drank Intoxicants Michael Mahon met with a dreadfult death at Mulljngar While driving a load of hides from the railway sta tion his horse took fright and rushed away Mahon tried his best to keep the animal under control but became entangled in the reins and was thrown to the ground the wheels passing over him with fatal results He left a wife and large family The offer of Thomas Geary for tbo old Limerick city prison which ceased to be used two years ago hat been accepted and he will erect there a big biscuit factory Solicitor OSnlllvan and the Town Tenants As sociation wanted the property for the purpose of erecting workmens dwellings thereon but Geary was granted the lease for ninetynine years The manhood of South Down thatI assembled at Warrenpolnt for the first county demonstration reiterated the National demands and demon strated unabated confidence in the Irish party Addresses were deliv ered by Jeremiah MaeVeigh Swift MacNefll and Stephen Gwynn and a most encouraging letter and check were received from the Most Rev Henry ONeill Bishop of Dromoro- CONFIRMATION The Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue of Indianapolis will visit Jefferson yule on Sunday September 22 and administer the sacrament of confirmation at St Augustines and St Anthonys churches The parents of the children and Father OConnell are making great preparation for this event at St Augustines where one of the largest classes in the history of that church will greet the Bishop LEAVE1 NO SOARS Warts may bo removed by potato ulce Cut a slice from a raw potato and rub the warts two or three times 5 I = I FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE 3TY ICumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 Z40UISVuZ4E KY h PABST BEER 1 I ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rELEPHONG X3S0 j Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts j ASK nor FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE Ax HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WESTM d JOHN E+ 3PRAN WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR E 1 S IL BEER1137 BEERS MADE TED BREWERY CREAM BEER Story Avenue LOUISVILLE KV ilIii11betterDIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 LoulsviliAlsoter Plant Jeffersonville Ind P WINES LIQUORS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch 4toi 4 6i1 W GREEN tV 1 L i- dY i T r- Tr L NTISOYrIIiL7C11H AMBiRIC7A r i i THE BIG STORE Are Now Showing Their New FALL LINE of SOFT HATS and DERBIESEV- ERY SHAPE EVERY SHADE 98c X148 X198 248 3 and 4 ITHE BIG STORE 424 I MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I HE FARRAND= CECILIANCAN IS A PIANO ANY ONE You will not have to spend hours of practicing if you invest in a FARRANDCECILIAN Piano t It is a highgrate PIANO with the wonderful Cecil ian mechanism contained in it making a combination par excelleuce Each and every member of the family can have just the class of muiic he or she desires Can you imagine a more satisfying instrument in the home 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 on a Farrand Cecilianthe balance you can pay in monthly installm- entsMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated r GZ8G O FOURTH AVENUE IdAIN t t FA LlLIs here so and customers fall in a delightful line for with cJe lightful teas and coffees Our line of Teas and Coffees The best the Purest and the Lowest in Price At 3 Ibs for 50 cents We offer a grade coffee unexcelled In quality a big everywhere TEA SPECIAL for iced tea black green or mixed 45CperlbI MULLOY St1Bctwccn COFFER ROASTER dmaphonat33a fL1 S =j FREE FREE FREEBEGINNING SEPT 2 A in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Seller Made rExcept 10cent 15 cent and 6 lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the me ciassft RooVrs BOOK GO tti + PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES I TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal JxfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 3tSt W Jefferson 8 S1ree- t88e g A t MEAL For many years the Quick Meal tint ben universally acknowledged as the best gas ge in the market They cook quickly ba ke excellently and on account of their pit ent air burners consume less gu than any other They are more easily clea ned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1007 ont ract before the advance in prices of iro n goods we are able to sell at old prlc 217 MARKET NBAR SECOND o LARGEST BEST J IN THE CITY 1 UNITED LAUNDRY Incorporated HAND WORK SPECIALTY QUICK GAS RANGES e- sGEHER SON AND CO GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 SHEPARD pruidint MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN Albert T Schranz Co v REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MONEY TO LOANPHONE 27 IINI Its special favorite EurekaFlyer children ran all STREET yRoom I law Bldg Center lAd ren1 10 322 to 328West i WestMarket I Street I rMARKETSTREET BET THIRD AMD FOURTH I Three Great Skirt Values IIWehavd held many skirt sales beforeall of which proved to be of benefit to our customers This sale will establish for us a new offeredI I I I money Ii taking off his hands several hundred of these skirts The induce ment to us was about half price These skirts are now on sale at the same remarkable price concessions The lot consists of Panama Mohair Serge and Cheviot Skirts in black navy and brown skirts in fancy mixtures checks and stripes in all the latest full plaitcd styles some trimmed with tailor straps others with the bias folds and bands of taffeta silk skirts that were made to sell at 350 400 500 600 and 700 each the entire purchase divided for quick selling into three great bargain lots as follows The ISkirtsi i i 198 298 398 i00000000000 000 00000000 STROKE WAS FATAL Beloved Sister of Charity Succumbs to Dread Paralysis Sister Louise a Sister of Charity and one of the best beloved teachers In the parochial schools of this city died Thursday morning at St Jo sephs Infirmary of paralysis Last Tuesday afternoon upon her return from Sacred Heart school at Seventeenth and Boadway where she had been teaching to St Helenas the convent Sister Louise was In the sittingroom conversing with other Sisters when she suddenly fell from her chair stricken with paralysis She did not recover from the shock and the end came Thurs day morning Slster Louise was Miss Catherine Jordan of Emmitsburg before taking the veil She was fortyeight years of age and took the vow at Nazareth Academy The remains were taken to Nazareth where her funeral took place yesterday REAL IRISH FAIR Ladies Auxiliary Anticipates Great Crowd Monday NlAht Monday night at the residence of Mrs Dorn McGinty Nineteenth and flank streets the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold what they term a real Irish fair and it is needless to say they would appreciate the presence of every Hibernian In the three Falls Cities The affair is In charge of Mrs Dan Dougherty who will be assisted by many of the prettiest and most popular maids and matrons in the city Several unique and quaint features will be introduced including one of the oldtime country stores with a complete stock to purchase from There will also be a number of prize drawings for which a number of generous donations have been made Added to the above will be a box party and refreshments for all who attend It is the purpose of the La dies Auxiliary to provide an evening of real enjoyment for their friends and if possible increase their treasury and membership A pleasant reception is assured those who at tend and as the cause is a worthy one there should be a great crowd DISTRICT DEPUTIES District Deputies for the Young Mens Institute have been apopinted by Grand President Clements as folows For the jurisdiction at large George Lawo of Memphis and James T Shelley of Louisville Louisville William A Perry Eastern Kentucky Dr Joseph Itearilon of Newport Central Kentucky Richard L Col bert of Lexington Southern Kentucky Judge laugh Cooper of Leb anon Western Kentucky Charles Dorn of Owensboro Tennessee James J Cusick of Memphis The various councils have been requested to name their own deputies who wtJ1I be approved by the Grand Council REEDY CHOICE Friends and supporters of Attorney James P needy Democratic candil date for Judge of the Police Court were elated this week when it became known that Judge John Jack man had withdrawn in his favor thus leaving him a clear field Upon many occasions Mr Reedy has presided In the City Court when he displayed an ability and knowledge of law that stamped him as eminently fitted for the bench From now on his friends will work with a view to giving him a big majority in November HURT WHILE DIVING John J Harry the well known saloon man and Democratic politician of East Market street has been unable to be out for the past two weeks suffering with an injured foot which he sustained while diving in the surf at Atlantic City during his recent visit there Mr Harrys phy sician reports however that he ex pects to have him out in the near future RAILROAD WANTS HANLON Capt Thomas Hanlon County Auditor at New Albany has been offered a fine position on a prom inent railroad in Virginia and is con t Office Noun Home Phon 9 It 4 6127 DR J fFRANK 80111VAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUIn- dependent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 620W St Catherine Both Phones sidering the offer as an answer must be returned within ten days Capt Hanlon has had long experience in railroad matters having begun his life work nearly fifty years ago on the old L N A and C as a train boy Ills term of County Auditor will expire January 1 1908 and he will then have served sixteen years In that position FATHER Will Entartaln Priests Eucharistic League Next Tuesday The fifth conference of the Eucharistic League of the Louisville diocese will be held next Tuesday at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on East Washington street This will be an important gathering and it is expected that nearly all the priests in the diocese will be in attendance IJev Daniel OSullivan will warmly welcome and entertain the clergy and the solemn exercises will be con ducted by the Very Jtev Louis G Deppen the Diocesan Director Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has been invited and if it is possible lIe will be the celebrant of the Pontifical mass THEATRICAL Crowds throng the Mary Anderson at every performance where ad vanced vaudeville has made a big nit The Masonic offering for next week will be Thorns and Orange Blos toms presented by a strong com parry This play has been produced in many of the leading theaters and comes highly commended Ills Honor the Mayor which comes to Macauleys the first half of next week with Harry Kelly as the star is the show which took New York last May and ran for six months For the last half Wagners wonder play Parsifal will be seen for the first time in its new English dress Resenting the handsomest appear ante in its history the Hopkins Thea ter will open its continuous vaude ville season with a bill of remarkable strength Each bill has fifteen dif ferent acts and from 130 oclock in the afternoon it will continue with out hitch until 1030 at night with prices on the popular ten twenty and thirty cents scale The theater has been redecorated and refurnished and brilliant colors new carpets and draperies make the audi torium inviting Halt the turns be long to the headline division and every foreign country of note ill- be represented Manager Relchmann ivlll be assisted by last years excel lent house staffC- ONDITIpN IMPROVED The legion of friends of Dominic Gerardi the well known Italian harpist and leader of the Seelbach orchestra who was reported in a precarious condition the first of the week will welcome the news that there has been a decided change for the better within the past few days and his earlyl recovery now seems almost cert tin Prof Oernrdl suffered from toeryous prostration fol owing his It tie sons death VISITS UOYHOODS SCENES Letters r celvecl this week from itrassburg announce the arrival there of jilichael Herrmann for years the wench Consul in Louis rifle Col fermann is accompanied by his ble wife and is enjoying the visit to the place of his boyhood days very much Mr and Mrs lerrmann ill not return until Oc tober vl 00000 322 328West to 1WestMarket Street I0 I 0 0 000000 UNANIMOUS SULLIVAN estlm DUTCH LUNCH Served to the Debt Paying Association by Father Logan Very Rev Father Logan enter BerE tion Tuesday evening with a Dutch lunch In the convent rectory Those present were John H Hennessy William J Connelly Stephen J Mc Elliott Adam Schmitt Michael Ho gan fart Scannell Thomas McHugh M McDermott John J Score James Perry P Kilkenney George Hack miller J A Jolllsant Joseph Morthorst J P Wagner and Will P McDonoghShort on the good that had been accomplished by the association were made by Father Logan Presi dent McDonogh and others and all promised a faithful continuation of same A heavy ouslanght was made on the good things provided and It was remarked that It was a pity that the church debt wasnt digestible as Judging from the appetites displayed It would only be a short time before those present would dispose of it SPIRITED MEETING President of Division 2 Chal lenged For Bowling Contest presIdingIn spirIted night and accorded a hearty welcome to a number of visitors Every mem ber was rejoiced to see Thomas Conway again present after his long confinement and hope was expressed that John Burke would be restored to his former health One new mem ber Peter Cavanaugh was obligated promisedMessrsand Tim Stone reported for the out expectedPhoenixpoint Officer Itoger McDermott one of the pioneers of Division 2 was introduced and Raid he appeared ex challengIngcontest at the Phoenix Inn celebra tion When called upon Lawrence Mackey and Austin Walsh said they only came to Invite the members to the initiation to be held next Thursday night at the hall of Division 3 when that body would be fully pre pared to entertain with solid and liquid refreshments all who would at tend In concluding they urged DI- vision 2 to bring all its candidates and expressed themselves pleased with the division and the manner in which Its work was conducted WILL OUT THE DEBT The ladies of the St Anthony Hos pital Sewing Society announce an oldfashioned fair at Phoenix lull Hall beginning January 20 and closing ten days later Fourteen valuable articles have already been donated and will be offered as combination prizes A heavy debt yet rests on the hospital and the proceeds will be applied to its reduction Arrange ments are under way to make this the most unique varied and quaint entertainment of the kind ever held here THANKS FOR PRIZES The euchre and supper given last week at the residence of Mrs Gra ham Pewee Valley for the benefit of SU Aloyslus church was a tre mendous success and surpassed all expectations Her Father Iloes anti the people of his little congregation wish to return thanks to those firms and persons who donated prizes and also to their many Louisville friends who contributed so generously to the enjoyment of the occasion Many of those present hope Mrs Graham will have a repetition of the euchre JOLLY TROLLEY PllRTlII Very Rev Father Logan prior of St Louis Hertrands church acted as chaperone anti host for a jolly crowd Wednesday evening composed of his choir girls and altar boys on a trolley ride with the beautiful car Allegro add a trailer Father Logans guests certainly furnished a liberal 1 amount of enthusiasm all along the line und especially so within the con I fines of LImerickI i +4 i JAMES GREENE t 415 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs i I IStoves Ranges III LOWEST PRICES T 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 can convince you that it is to toouradvantage to purchase here We would 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 oeaee+ aeoeaati oooeeeN FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNNTHE JEWELER 530 West Market Street 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 COIncorporated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKETc 352 SECOND STREET h F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords In Choice Cute of Beef Spring thecityLOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Established Reliable 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