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I KENTUCKY IRIH AMERIcAN VOLUME XIXNO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS PRIMARY Owen Tyler For Mayor Now the Democratic Standard- Bearer Only Seven Contests to Be Settled at Election on Tuesday Thomas Shelley and Mike Tynan Certain to Win Their Races LOCAL CAMPAIGN COMMUTER NAMED The Democratic City and County Executive Committee met Wednesday night when Owen Tyler for Mayor and all the candidates for nomination who had no opposition were declared the nominees There was no opposi ton for any of the city offices except in that of City Tax Receiver for which both C W Mllliken and Thomas A Shelley were candidates and for Bailiff of tIre City Court for which Mike Tynan and Richard tC Bennett are running There was opposition for nomination in four ThirtyIseventhnndFortysixlh also for the office of Constable Shelley and Tynan have records that aria unsurpassed and while opposed by good men they are certain to be nominated by over whelming majorities Those declared nominees and whose namts will not appear on the primary are MayorOwen Tyler County JudgeMarion W Ripy County ClerkWalter Ratcliffe County Attorney William J OCon norCounty AssessorJohn M Adams County Jailer John R Pflanz County CoronerDr Charles Moir County SurveyorL D Hollings worthCity TreasurerLouis E Stein City Auditor Lyne Herndon Judge of Police Court James P ReedyCity Prosecuting Attorney Robert J Hagan Clerk of Police CourtCharles D Greer Representative Fortyseventh Dis trict James A Ilagan Representative Fortyeighth Dis trict Edward M Flexner Representative Fortyninth Dis trict William A Perry Representative Fiftieth District Thomas Moran- Representative Fiftyfirst District Joseph M Lee Following are the names of candi da tles who have opposition and the order in which theywill appear on the ballots in the primary election City Tax Receiver C W Mllliken and Thomas A Shelley Bailiff of City Court Mike Tynan and Richard C Bennett Senator Tldrtysevnth District Harry W Robinson end Thomas D OsborneFortyfourth Legislative District Charles P Johnson Lloyd W Gates and J B Gut rte- Fortyfifth Legislative District John Keating John D Clausen and J E Merrick Fortysixth Legislative District Christ Mueller George M Goetz Constable Eighth Magistrate Dis trictJoseph J Nelligan and Albert B ITackel From the foregoing lists it will be seen that the Democrats are sure of an exceedingly strong ticket and one that should win in November At the same meeting a committee was selected by the Democratic Com mittee to conduct the campaign during the ensuing election The Campaign Committee will select its own Chairman and Secretory and the members for the county will be selected later Those nnirted are First ward Wallace Embry Second ward Joseph Steurle Third wardW A TIel serf Fourth ward A E Emler Fifth ward Capt Elijah Basye Sixth wardSamuel S Blitz Seventh ward Baylor Hickmnn Eighth wardJames A Shuttle worth s Ninth word William J Baird Tenth ward Dr Frank B Norton Eleventh wardEd J OBrien Twelfth wardDr W R Laughlin The voting places for Tuesdays primary will be those that have been used in former elections POLICE GUARD Detailed to Protect Cardinal Del Val From Further Insult The Italian Ministry of the Interior has ordered twentyfive cara- bineers and nbout thirty policemen of the bicycle squad to Caste Gandolfo to protect Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State from further insults It wilt be the duty of the mounted carabineers to cover the route to Rome whenever the Cardinal Secretary of State notifies the policy officials that he viII ride in his carriage to the Vatican As to the bicycle policemen they never leave the Papal villa at Caste Gandolfo and four of them are now imalwaysposing gates ready to follow a Cardinal whenever his carriage make an appearance The Cardinal is just as busyhe Castel Gandolfo as he was Vatican Palace in Rome He is con necfed by direct wire with the Papa telephone lie has to advise the Pop to dlrecabout important matters ii the whole diplomatic policy of the Holy See even when on his vacation bo has to take care of the business of the several Roman congregations of which he is a member and attend personally to the administration of the Vatican All thIs the Cardinal does every day during his vacation and when night comes n special messenger from the Vatican generally a prelate reaches the Papal villa with a bagful of mail As to amusements during his vacation the Cardinal has a few One is to go out on the baloney of the Papal villa and throw down handfuls of pennies to the urchins who are al ways waiting for his appearance Another enjoyment of the Cardinal is fishing which is excellent in the lake near the Papal Residence THOMAS KALAHERI Louisville Loses Another of Her Worthy Pioneer Citizens In the death of Thomas Kalaher which occurred on Thursday Septem ber 12 from tIle infirmities incident to old age Louisville has lost one of her most patriotic IrishAmerican citizens and the church one of her most devoted and loyal sons Thomas Kalaher was born Sn the County Ga- lway Ireland seventyfive years ago and came Ito Louisville as a vigorous young man of twenty A few years after his arrival he and iris aged wife who survives him were married last Tune flftyonb years ago by Father Elder In the previsionary chapel on Jefferson Street above Preston which was the cradle in which the future strong ands thriving St Johns congregation now for over fiftyone years under the pastorate of the venerable Father Dax was fostered in its infancy To this congregation Mr Kalaher remained deeply attached throughout long years and in its present magnificent edifice all of his children were baptized and received their religious instruction as also their training in its parochial school until in his later years finding that the home In which he spent the greater part of his life was within the limits of StMary Magdalenes congre ration ho sought the consolations of his holy religion within thle closer house of God and became an ardent admirer of its genial pastor the Rev William Gausepohl When the burden of his ripe old nge has crushed Iin him Ms remarkable vitality he had We consolation of having at his bedside in his last declining hours the company of his lov ing consort in life and the tender ministrations of itheir five devoted children Martin Mary Katie Nora nneeJi P to2 of St Columbas church ITe is also survived by n brother and two sisters in Ireland and one sister in this city Mrs Fergus Fallon and it was the sons of two of his sisters who bore his remains as pallbearers namelyl Michael and Fergus Fallon Jr and Martin Michatel James and Joseph Fine an The funeral which was largely attended was held on Mon day September 16 from St Mary Magdalenes church where three masses for the reposa of his soul were offered up simultaneously the solemn requiem bv the pastor with tIle Rev John T Hill as deacon the Rev George M Connor as subdeacon and the Rev Joseph A Minch as master of ceremonies and a low mass at each of the side altars by the Rev Edward W Boes and the Rev John D Kalaher Present in the sanctuary were nhll the Very Rev James P Cronin V G and the Revs E M lachmann L B Ford J J Fitzgerald D ii Murphy ErIe Wl1Jcstt Thomas A Murray and John Bohlsen and whilst the sorrowing family and friends were consigning the remains to their final resting place their grief was assuaged by the solemn chant of the priests who were in attend ance SENSATION PROMISED The meeting of Division 1 A O It next Friday night promises to be the nose sensational in tile historyof that organization Disappointed at the lack of interest and small at tendance at meetings the regulars have threatened to Introduce resolutions for dividing the funds In the treasury among those present and making a new start At the meeting held on Friday night of last wtask the attendance was only fair and this led to the action that Is threatened which President Clines had deferred Louis Perranda was able to be out with his broken arm and Martin Norton was reported sick An invitation was received and accepted to attend the initiation under the aus pices of Division 3 Martin Cusick Tames Barry and Thomas Keenan made stirring talks and promised toe at the next meeting I WELCOME VISITOR The Kentucky Irish American was pleased to meet this week Mr J J Sullivan State President of the Arcient Order of Hibernians and one of the leading lawyers of Florida who mode n short stop in Louisville en route to his homle in Pensacola after a trip to New York on law business While here he called upon Martin Cusick George J Butler John Mulloy and others whom he had met at national conventions He was pleased with his reception here and says Louisville is the pride of the tenth AGAIN ON DUTY The six members of the No 3 look and Ladder Company among them Capt Mike CassIn and James Malone who were badly bruised and injured while making a run last Friday are again on duty The hook I and ladder team became frightened and ran away colliding with an iron fence and throwing the six men from the truck Both horses were so badl injured they h dto be killed n H p ERIN IN AUTO Alderman Michael Kenna Extols the Beauties of Old Ireland Prefers America and Especially Chicago to Any Part of World Cork Limerick and Tlpperary Aro Pleasant For the Stranger SOME URI AMUSING EXPERIENCE Standing on the promenade deck of the Amerika when it reached New York Saturday morning from Cher- bourg a man of diminutive stature removed a cigar from his mouth an1 smiled complacently as he spoke to a companion by his side London and Paris arc in the money Nick but they havent got anything on little old Broadway have they And Chicago has got emall skinned Aint that right The little man was Alderman Michael Kenna of Chicago and the one to whom ho addressed his remarks was Nick Martin his private secretary Mrs Kenna and Miss Rafferty who was one of the Aldermans party that toured Ireland in an automobile also were passengers on the Amerika When seen after disembarking the Alderman said We have had a most enjoyable trip but Im glad to be in Gods country again Europe is nil right for sightseeing but I wouldnt care to live over there all the time The people are different and the customs are different from what we are used to in America and as Im not bunt like Waldorf Astor or the other geezers who have been settled for life in Europe this country is good enough for me We left New Yorlc July 11 and landed in Queenstown after a voyage of eight days Whe- II bought my tickets I told the man I wanted to go on a slow boat Some thing went wrong with the tide just as the ship got squared around and we lay off Coney Island for twelve hours During that time I had a good chance to size up the Statue of Liberty that rises out of the sea I was saying to Nick this morning tha- voaayaravholo lot fthat kind of stuff on the other side but nothing in Europe looked as good to me as the little lady who stands there in the harbor holding a torch in her mltThe trip you know was made for the purpose of touring Ireland in an automobile All I can say is that we saw the Emerald Isle and saw it good and plenty Two years ago when I was over there I made a hop skip and jump from Queenstown to Belfast This time I spent a month on the ould sod and there isnt a spot in Ireland I didnt see On landing in Queenstown we went by jaunt- Ing car to Cork where we stayed the first night The next day we visited the Lakes of Killarney and then went by train to Dublin In all my travels over Europe there was no spot in the road that made the hit with me as did Killarney I dont say this to stand in wfth the Kerry people who live in Chicago but be cause I really am in love with the place The Vale of Avocn is a fine bit of scenery and the Giants Causeway is a sight never to be forgotten but the Lakes of Killarney have got everything backed off the board I suppose the County Mayo people and those from Limerick and Galway will want to go to the floor with me when I get back to Chicago for boosting Kerry but the truth must be told Give me a chance to square myself with my constits by saying that the whole of Ireland from coast to coast- S a garden spot I drove an automobile into every nook and corner of the island and I promise you that nothingwas sidestepped In some of the smaller towns away upnorth in the County Antrim I was told that our auto was the first one ever seen there On the road from Killagan to Dunloy we passed a man drIvinga cart that was filled with vegetables for the Ballymore market Blood arid ouns Jerry shouted the jarvey to the donkey here comes a thonamondheel an th dlvil himself Is pushin it Our tour of Ireland was divided into three excursions Dublin was the headquarters and from there we ducked out into the different counties After a couple of lays at the Dublin exposition we went up Into the province of Ulster It was there we saw the Giants Causeway one of the grandest sights of Ireland Oiur next ripwas through the center and the southeast of Ireland The Wicljjow Mountains and the Vale of Avoca were the principal points of Interest we saw on this tour with a bunch of round towers thrown in I tried to warm up to the ruins of those old castles but it was no go That kind of stuff looks like a case of empties to me On the third anti last trip from Dublin we visited the west and south western part of the country and I wish I could have brought it back with me Man dear but the people of Cork and Limerick and Tipperary and Kilkenny know how to make it pleasant nor n stranger In fact the glad hand we received wherever we went was one of the pleasures of the trip It wasnt a case of looking for a tip either A sixpence to a sharaveeshocht thafs Irish for servant looks as big as a policemans star If youd hand anything less than a franc to one of those garsong waiters in Paris hed hays you pinched The last place we vis J ited in Ireland was the town of Youghal a few miles frdm Queens town I went there to sec Ed Lahiff who used to be Mayor Harrisons secretary lie had beiin in poor health for some time he said but 1 he was feeling well again Nothing would do but we had to stay for dinner with him I never I ate such Icorned beef and cabbage in nil my life The floughoola reception 1he gave our party was grand Before we left he gave us dime kind dhurls- f wIthJ1limIt be at Drogheda on the last Sunday in July which they call Garlick Sunday New potatoes are due on this day and as the country around Drogheda produces the finest potatoes in the world the opening of the season is a big event Mrs Kenna and Miss Rafferty and myself had a feed of new potatoes and buttermilk Nick turned up his nose at it becouse hes a Dutchman If u man could ship potatoes and buttermilk from Drogheda to Chicago and have a restaurant on Clark street hed put those chop sucy dumps out of business From Ireland we went to London for a week and then to Paris for ten days I didnt see anything in either city that we cant show them in Chicago except E lot of old junk J In summing up his impressions of Ireland the Alderman saysr Limerick has the prettiest girls int the world Kerry the most butter and Louth the mealiest potatoes j I ENCYCLICAL Condemns Modernism as Ser ious Menace tothc- Church Tho Osservatore Romano organ of the Vatican Monday issued an im portant encyclical of Pope Plus X on Modernism which really is a completion of his recent syllabus The document sets forth that modernism is a serious danger to tho church refers in detail to tho various features of modernisms condemns it as dangerous in philosophy faith theology history criticism and reforms and comes to the conclusion that modernism is a synthesis of all heresy and must legally lead to atheism The encyclical makes the following provisions FirstThe teaching ofi philosophy positive theology etc is to be carried on in the church schools and universities but in a Catholic spirit Second Modernisms are to be removed from professorships and the direction of educational institutions ThirdThe clergy and faithful are not to be allowed to read modernist publications FourthA committee of censorship is to be established in every diocese to pass upon the publications which the clergy and faithful shall be permitted to read FifthThe encyclical of the late Pope Leo XIII prohibiting the clergy from assuming the direction of publications without their Bishops permission and providing for supervision of the work of ecclesiastical writers is confirmed Sixth Ecclesiastical congresses except on rare occasions are pro ibrteelSeventhA council is to be constituted in every diocese to combat modern errors RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Lula Athow aged thlrt one took place Tuesday morning from St Patricks church She resided at 1131 West Chestnut Daniel and Susie Raftery have the sympathy of friends in the death of their infant daughter Marywhose funeral took place Wednesday after noon Mary Meffert beloved wife of Peter Meffert and mother of Mrs John Weber was called to eternity last Sunday at the age of sixty years Her funeral took place which from St Boniface church of she was one of the older members Thursday morning after funeral services at St Louis Bertrands the remains of Mrs Anna Welch were laid to rest to await the resurrection She was the wife of John Welch 1220 Eighth street and her death causedl feelings of deep grief in the commu nity where she lived Funeral services over the remains of Theodore Schenia were weld Sunday afternoon at St Charles church ills death was wholly unexpected and the sad news greatly shocked his many friends The deceased was thirty five years old and is survived by his wife who was Miss Lillie Iluttl MACKIN COUNCIL Mackln Council elected one member nppllcatlonTmwas postponed to the p pond week in October to enable Dan Weber to organize a special choir Two more members Clarence ZOOk and Arthur Senn were reported sick and their names added to the list Committees were named by President band to hove improvements made that will odd to the comforts of the club house during the winter The social club reported that the opening dance Monday night was successful in every way JOCKEY CLUIJ FALL RACING The Kentucky Racing Commission has granted the Louisville Jockey Club sixteen days beginning October 16 and ending November 2 for its fall meeting which it is predicted will be the largest and best ever held in the South or West For the protection of the sport the Racing Commission adopted a rule preventing bookmakers and jockeys from own- Ing running or training horses where hey operate I t c DEL VAL 1 Papal Secretary ofState During Most MomentousCrises How the Office Came Into Being In the Fifteenth Century Exercises Fascination and IB Most Visited Man In the Eternal City IMPORTANCE OF HIS GRE1T POST So much has been written in the past few years of the fascinating prelateCardinali well to consider exactly in what con sist the functions appertaining to the lofty office he has occupied dur ing one of the most momentous crises of the Catholic church The Papal Secretaryship of State as now constituted was created in the fifteenth century and came into be ing as the result of the change of arisinifromthe government of the church had been theological or canonical politi cal negotiations being practically un known since the Holy See only commanded and affirmed and never dis PapnlStatesexigencies requiring the creation of the great post which really entailed ill the energies and attention of the occupant won for Its holder the title of Cardinale Padrone or Master Cardinal a prestige which still attaches to it He is above every other Cardinal in official importance and dignity How necessary it is that the Vatican should have its Prime Minister can be seen when one con siders that the following countries have their special representatives at the Court of the Sovereign Pontiff Austria Spain Prussia Bavaria Portugal Belguim Brazil Colombia Ecuador Peru Haiti San Domingo and Monaco On her part the church representativesInBavaria Holland and Brazil with delegatesapostolic for Ecuador Ba aria Peru San Domingo Haiti and Venezuela Russia has also an official representative at Rome Twice a weelon Tuesdays and Fridays the Cardinal Secretary receives in turn the ambassadors and special envoys This is the Secretarys first function his second being the conducting of a voluminous mass of correspondence with the nuncios and internunelos the dealing with their reports and despatching guidanceiplomntic occurrence nt the Vatican only tak ing place on the occasion of the Etiquetteforbidsthem the duty of entertaining guests being left to the Secretary of State his deputy Every morning the Cardinal Sec retary is received by hUe Holiness when the situation as regards the church is discussed the Pdpe having been previously supplied with all the latest newspaper despatches affecting the political or religious condition of the world On leaving the Iope usually at 0 oclock in the morning a dayof hard work begins for the Secretary the strenuousness of which is not surpassed in the cabinet of any prime minister in the world Under his orders are a score of ecclesiastical secretaries to whom the Secretary of State dictates or sketches the nature of Instructions in certain difficulties This done a series of propositions have to be prepared for presentation on the next day to the Pontiff since nothing Is done without his orders or Instruc tions As the Angelus rings the Cardinal Secretary leaves his cabinet in order to receive his guests In the reception halls set aside for his particular use Here may be seen people of distinction from all countries of the world In the case of Merry Del Val the peculiar fascination he exercises over pkjople made him the most visited man in the Eternal City it is no uncommon sight to see the following company at his receptions An English duke not a Catholic a- New York newspaper man belonging to a nonsectarian journal the Chief I of an Irish Jesuit College an Irish parish priest a sporting English squire the Austrian ambassador to Italy a member of the House of Commons a Chicago millionaire with a couple of Harvard sons an Ulcer in the English Horse guards a Spanish bishop a missionary from Africa surely as interesting a collection of human beings as any host could reslre At his business receptions he has need says a French writer of more mental agility than is given to most of the sons of men He can not plead that anything Is outside his province since he is acting for the Pope in whose province for adjudication everything lies In many ways the Cardinal Secretary must be a mental gymnast and It Is universally admitted that the present dignitary is equal to all demands on his tact patlenco and capacity for giving his supplicants satisfaction The department of the Papal Secretary Is divIded Into two sections that of the secretaryship proper precis writers confidential scribes deputies for the Cardinal Secretary and that of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs a body of prelates specially enjoined to watch the whole political drama of the world day by dty and to report upon such events v as they think impinge upon the province of the church It is in these administrative bureaux that all dis tinguished prelates of the church begin their career- sCATHOLIC CONGRESS PlttsburS Prepared For First International Bucharlstlc Convention Preparations for the first International Eucharistic Congress to beheld in PIttsburg October 15 16 and 17 arc about completed and from the Interest being manifested by the elergy througlloutthqcountryit is safe to assert that it will be the most successful meeting ever held by the Priests Eucharistic League in the United States More than 500 dele gates are expected among whom will be many of the most dis tinguished prelates of America and some of the highest dignitaries of the church in Europe The congress will open in the new St Paul Cathe dral with solemn Pontifical mass at which Bishop Kelley of Savannah will preach Each morning there will be Pontifical mass celebrated by an Archbishop at which a Blslifep will preach and in the morning and afternoon of each day a business session of the congress will be held On the last day there will be a session of the lay people at which the question of Sunday observance will be discussed by able speakers from the ranks of the laity All priests whether members of the League or not are cordially Invited to attend the congress and all will be sure of n hearty welcome from their Pitta burg confreres The hotels of tho city have made special rates for vIsit- Ing clergymen and the local commit tees have made suitable arrangements for the comfort and convenience of all who may attend tho congressIRYAN THE HERO Forgets His Injuries and Prevents Second RailroadIHorror The terrible railroad wreck on tho I Boston and Maine railroad last Sunday when itwentyfive happy men women and children went to their death was not without its hero an Irish brakeman named Ryan whoIee preventell11adying even- bove the now feeble pulsing of tho engines the scurryings of the res cuers and the tread of farmers rushing to the scene one man stood out amid the throng as the hero par excellence He was Frank Ryan a brakeman on the express He had been hurled many feet from the car on which he stood and lay unconscious for a few minutes He revived and crawled painfully slowly to where he saw the dim fleeting shad ows fighting to rip the coach apart and save whomever they might Calling to one man as he held up his arm showing a severed artery he said in a constantly weakening tone The Montreal express old mana swift trainis coming down on the wreck For Gods sake stop itl There no signal man left now on the back of the express I Ryan fell back his life seemingly about to ebb away while the messenger he had chosen ran frantically up the track and in the dim morning mist managed to flag the Montreal express a quarter of a mile away Had not Ryan regained consciousness the other express thundering along at tremendous speed its engineer handicapped by the dense vapors that rose and shimmered before his eyes above the dark ground would have whirled into the mass of wreckage and the records of railroad horrors would have been frightfully increased EUCHARISTIC CONFERENCE The annual conference thus week ofr the Eucharistic League of the Catholic clergy of the diocese was the most satisfactory yet held laths to attendance and results Very Rev J P Cronin was celebrant ot the mass Rev Father Connelly dea con and Rev Father Melody sub deacon Rev Father Denis Murphy was master of ceremonies and Very Rev Dr Schuhmann presided at the organ The music was Gregorian and was rendered alternately by a trained choir of boys from St Ron face parochial school and a choir nt priests Itev Father Charles Oton nell of Bardstown preached a Sermon appropriate to the occasion After the mass Rev Father Daniel Sullivan pastor of the Church ot the Blessed Sacrament entertained the assembled clergy at a dinner served by the ladles of the congregation RESTS EASY Henry A J Puls who suffered serious and painful injuries by being run over while leaving a street iron his way home Tuesday evening is resting easy at his home on Twentyfifth street For a time It was thought his foot might have to be amputated It was with feelings of sincere regret that his friends throughout the city heard of theI accident and at the home there hasten a constant stream of callers to express sympathy THE FARMERS DAY Last Tuesday William F Morrison one of the oldtime union printers and known to everybody as the Farmer celebrated the sixtyninth milestone of his birth at his place of business 430 West Green street The fun began at I oclock and continued till midnight hundreds of fronds calling to wish him continued health and many returns of the anniversary STRIKES Are Decried by Cardinal Gib hoes In An Unanswerable Argument Strong Plea For Peace Between Forces of Capital and Labor ra Declares That Promoters of Friendly Relations Are Public Benefactors ARBITRATION PREYEBTSYAST LOSSES notbeandlaborthe public good and tIle one depends on the cooperation of the other A contest between the employer and the employed is as unreasonable and as hurtful to the social body as a war betw era the head and the hands would be to the physical body Such an antagonism recalls the fabled conspiracy on the part of the members of the body against tho itomachlrIn these words Cardinal Gibbons sums up his views of industrial strife In an article in the forthcoming number of Putnams Monthly ho outlines the relations that exist between the employer and tho em Toyedand makes a strong plea for peace between the forces of capital and labor In tho course of his saysWhoever be wccn the capitalist and the laborers an enemy of social order Every measure should be therefore die countenanced that sustains the ono at the expense of the other Whoever strives to improve the friendly relations between the proprietors and the labor unions by suggesting the most effectual means of diminishing and even removing the causes of dis content is a benefactor to the community I take it for granted that all unions and other societies of AmerI- can laboring men arc disposed to array themselves on the side of peace and order and are as strongly opposed to violations of the law an other citizens Hence they should exert their Influence to see that tho laws are upheld If they would main tain the respect with which they are regarded by their fellows It is not only a question of patriotism but of selfinterest which deeply concerns themExperience has shown that strikes are drastic and at best a very questionable remedy for the redress of the laborers grievances They par alyze industry they often foment fierce passions and lead to the destruction of property and above all they result in inflicting grievous injury on the laborer himself by keeping him in enforced idleness during which time his mind is clouded by discontent while brooding over his situation anti his family not infre quently suffers from the want of the necessaries of life The loss inflicted by strikes on the employers is not much more than half as great as that which is sustained by the em toyed who can much less afford to bear It It would be a vast stride in the linterests of peace and of the laboring classes if the policygaining arbitration which is favor for the settlement of international quarrels were also availed of for the adjustment of disputes between capital and labor POPES VIEWS Said Will Reinforce Syllabus With an Encyclical Letter The Rome correspondent of the New York World writes that the 1ope will continue the movement he has started against Catholic writers who depart from the teachings of theirpublicationen heretical Since the syllabus was published there have been man comments in the French press severely criticising the document as ilii fashioned The Congregation of the Index which had charge of the issuance of the document promptly followed it up with the condemnation of several French books of recent date Then it was announced that tho next decree of the congregation would attack exclusively German works but so far this has not been issued It is now certain that within the next few days the Pope himself will issue an encyclical letter to all the Bishops of the world detailing the reasons that led him to publish the new syllabus and why Catholic writers must conform to it Tug 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 as such will have a bearing on the question of the Papal infallibility RETURNS FROM GERMANY Edward Steinbock the well known West End tailor has arrived hqn4 from Germany where he spent the summer visiting relatives and the scenes where his boyhood days Tvero spent His trip was full of pleasing Incidents but he more in love with Louisville than ever Mr Stteln bock is a member of Mackin Council and has promised to tell the story of his experiences abroad at one of the meeting in the near future NTUCKY IRISH AAIERIOANJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Dntered it the LouUvllle Poftofllce as SecondClass Hitter Address all Communlcptlosa to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreea St tr UlIOh TRACES usFl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYII II SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1907 MADE GOOD Thomas Shelley Ohnrlcs Greer Mike Tynnn and William Perry are four men who have always made good and those of them who are in Tuesdays primary should receive every vote cast Their experience tai r demonstrated their splendid qualifi cations for the places to which they aspire and few men have so splen I didly won the confidence of the public as they Their defeat would prove a great loss to the ticket TROUBLE FOR ENGLAND In spite of the confident assertion In some of the London newspnpers the situation in India Iin giving n great deal of anxiety to the British Government and people The great Indian Empire had been tranquil for so long except on Its northern frontier that Englishmen had comeI to believe that there was never going to be anymore trouble there They have been rudely awakened by recent events Especially disappointing tc British statesmen is the knowledge that Japanese Influence is in a meas lire responsible for the present eonI dltion of things in India Perhaps England will be soon visited with the R perfidy that she has practiced upon other nations Her alliance with the little yellow men was not made from any humanitarian or Christian motive as time will demonstrate ARBITRATION POPULAR The satisfactory anti let us hope final settlement of the differences ihat have for some time existed between the Louisville Railway Com pans and the Amalgamated Assocla lion of Street Hallway Employes is another striking Illustration of tbeI d fact that arbitration is constantly gaining ground in the minds of the laboring classes as the most satis factory method of settling differ ences between employer and employe The desire for temperate and sane i adjustment of dissensions is due to the tremendous strides the workman- s made by reading and study While giving credit to both sides and also to Mayor Bingham we would suggest that every man who belongs to a labor union read what Cardinal Gibbons has to say on strikes in another column No effort should be spared to instill the principles lie advocates into the minds of alll which will produce pence and prosperity FIERCE STRUGGLE OPENED Striking events are now being enacted in Ireland which lends many to the belief that a good effect likely o to accrue from the fierce struggle just opened is that it will pobably I silence the voice of faction and dis order In the National ranks In the piping time of peace the Irish with their strong individual nature are prone to dissension and loud voiced bickerings but in war with their common enemy in front and their blood up their sole attention and whole mind is engrossed with tJleI spirit of the attack There has been cattledriving in certain districts of Cork and Tipperary counties which a have not yet come under the Lord Lieutenants proclamation of being in a state of revolt but they are J soon likely to be include In that category but whether or not it maybe token for granted that William OBrien member for Cork Citywith his three or four colleagues who have been railing for the past two years at the Irish party will be found in the front of the fight to free the grazing lands for the use of Irish families- It will also furnish an excellent opportunity to the Sinn Fein faction to show the mettle they are made of The Felners us far as possible refuse to recognize the virtue or existence of British law In Ireland Here arc the cattle drivers chiefly members pf the United Irish League who refuse not only to Recognize it but deliberately violate it in their cam paign for peasant ownership of the land It is not extravagant to nssume that the Sinn Fein leaders Messrs Marlyn Griffith and Sweetman with ttteir colleagues will be presently foMnd In the forefront of the fight lending the campaign and going to jail to show their attachment to thu political faith which they have been proclaImingwith much vehemence England has become alarmed over her great growth of insanity The annual report of the lunacycommis kkon published last week shows a quieting increase in the population Britains asylums At the be innlng of this year one out of every 283 persons in England and Wales was reported insane Ten years ago tha proportion of insane persons was only one in every 314 From 1869 to 1908 the population of England and Wales was increased by5ryp percent and the total insane by 133 per cent The significant fact brought to light by the report Is the spread cf senile dementia which alone nc counts for over 38 per cent of last years fresh lunacy cases Naturalized citizens residing abroad were the loudest objectors to the law which went into effect July 1 requiring Americans in foreign countries to register at the neare consulate or lose their citizenship The law was not passed to please foreigners who come here long enough to establish citizenship and then return home where they escape the obligation of their origin allegiance and enjoy the protection of the United Slates if they get into trouble Despite the numerous times the fact has been related In these col Mans certain of our Catholic pape persist in the mistake that Dlshop McQuaid is now the oldest In the American hierarchy This honor be longs to our own revered Blshc McCloskey who isI fortyfive daj older and was consecrated near two months before the august hend of the Rochester diocese Will the Citizen take notice Sir Thomas Lipton In the name of the Royal Irish Yacht Club has again challenged the New York Yacht Club for the Americas cup The Irish contender will be named Shamrock IV and the race will be- rlI1 next year This will be Sir Thomas fourth attempt to lift the cup The scenes witnessed on the streets of Paris last Sunday were the result cf the loss of religion to France Flint unfortunate country will find lint unless there is a speedy retur to the teachings of the church her roubles will multiply and becom ndless In removing Deputies Tynan al1l1 ollins Bailiff Paul and the Power nt the City Hall had to commend them for their efficiencywhic Gases people to wonder what excus here Is for the change From the proficiency which he ha hoxvn in profanity His Honor Mayo Jingham neednt worry after he ores his position as the citys chic ixecutive there is always a demon for good steamboat mates Boys brought before the Juvenile Court will not soon forget Judg Jncolns punishment The Sheriff vlll provide resin soap with whic hey must wash their mouths Inemember Thomas Shelley nnd and vote for them ne t Juesday LOOK WHOS HERE A little daughter arrived at noon Inst Sunday at thto home of Mr and lrR John 7 Barry 633 West St atherine street Both mother ww child are progressing finelyam Commodore Tack admits its up to him to say something- STRICKEN AV1TII TYPHOID Phil Kavanaugh one of the best known Hibernians in Louisville am VJce President of Division 3 has beer tricken with typhoid fever and 01 Wednesday evening was removed to- Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where it is thought his recovery wil be not long delayed- CONIITION UNCHANGED The condition of the Jlcv A M cFeelv 0 P who has been ill of omach trouble for several weeks and is now at Sts Mary and Elizabeth ospital Is reported as without lunge Father Francis Bradywho Is also there is in a precarious condition with but small chance for covert LADIES LAST EUCHRE The young ladies of the West End will give the last of their series of rarity euchres Monday evening At Isenmengers Park Thirtyfourth and Market On this occasion refreshments will be served and tho prIzes very handsome A most en yable evening Is assured all who attend EMIGRATION CONTINUES According to a return issued reo cently the number of emigrants from Ireland to places out of Europe dur- Ing July was 3753 an Increase of 895 on the number emigrating In- July last year The total number leaving Ireland during the seven months ending July was 32588 an crease of 3104 on the corresponding period of last year During the seven months 17843 passengers arrived in Ireland from places out of Europe as against 13326 during tho- same period in 1906 The minute you are nice to some people they want to bqrron money from you 4 I u- r DEMOCRATIC TICKET I United States Senator J C W BECKHAM Governor S W HAGEB Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND Auditor HENRY BOSWORTII Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON Attorney General JOHN K HENDRICKS Superintendent Public Instruction M O WINFREY Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN CHENAULT Railroad Commissioner CHARLES C McCHORD SAVED STATE MONEY Democratic Management of Charitable Instltntlons of Kentucky One of the most marked evidence ofIhe vast improvement in the management of the charitable instUu lions of Kentucky under Democratic administration will be shown when the General Assembly moats nex January Since the establishment ot these institutions they have come teach session of the General Asstembl asking for more money more appre priations In ndditlofn to the regula appropriations allowed them by law For the first time in their histor they will probably appear before the next General Assembly with the statement that none of them want one cent additional appropriation They will be able to show to the General Assembly that under the wise and economical admlnistratioi of the Hoard of Control they not only want more mone but fiat been able under their regular allowance to save enough to cover all needed improvement Such a condi tion has never happened before and to those who have been familiar with this matter in former sessions of the General Assembly it will seen strange indeed that the coming Gen eral Assembly will not be called upon for help This will not only be true as to these four charitable instltu tions tlie thrice asylums for the in sane and the Feeble Minded Institute but it may also be true of the two penitentaries and the House of Re form for youthful criminals undei the management of the Board of Prison Commissioners Such a condition of affairs wt the close of this Democratic administration speak volumes In commendation of the management of these institution under these two Democratic Boards The administration earnestly Invites a comparison in the management of these institutions under Democratic control with the management undei the administration of Gov Bradley and Taylor Tlite Democratic party will be able to show that in every re spect its management of item has been far superior If the Republicans undertake to criticise this management and especiallyI at the Lexingtor Asylum the Democrats will be abli to show that a fur worse condltior of affairs existed especially linthat asylum udder Gov Bradley admin istration than has ever existed since To conduct these large and populous institutions without some mishaps at misfortunes Is impossible For in stance the population of the Lake land Asylum of inmates and em ployes is about lGOO souls nil living together within a few acres of ground equal in numbers 1o a good sized fifth class city It is itnrjeason able therefore Ito expect year in and year out to run such an institution without some mishap And yet wo present the record of the manage ment of thtese institutions under Democratic administration and challenge a comparison of them with the best managed similar Institutions of my other State FIFTY YEAnS A notable event of next week in Catholic circles will be the golden jubilee anniversary of the marriage of Francis P Barren and his es imabta wife which will be observed Tuesday morning with n nuptial mass nt St Johns church in the presence of what will be a numerous gathering of the children grandchildren and friends of the worthy couple From 4 to 0 oclock in the evening here will be a reception at the residence 037 East Green street but no presents will be received MOVING NICELY President Conkling and members of Trinity Council held n fine not Ing Monday night though the business was only of the usual routine haracter In the talks that were lade it developed that interest in the new club house was growing and it may be that before spring there will be a general canvass in behalf of the mdablo undertaking Vie Eckert the genial Financial Secretary was present after a two months business rip and was accorded a most hearty edeptionATTACKED TIlE CARDINAL Cardinal Gibbons was attacked Wednesday on the street in Balti more by a ruffian and It was with difficulty that the police took the man from the infuriated citizens who ame to the Cardinals rescue The onerable churchman was out for his afternoon walk and was approached by a man who solicited alms Bee gnlzing him as an habitual beggar the prelate refused him with the above stated results n SOGIETY i Miss Alta Aud was last week tin guest of Mrs James McKenna a ardstown Miss Anna Kehoe has returned to her home after spending two week with friends at Georgetown Misses Katie OSulllvan and Ethe DeIss arrived here last week and i have entered the Sacred Heart Acadc jmy Miss Virginia Hlgglns of Jeffer t onville is spending the week lit I Chicago the guest of Mrs D ScHicks Miss Mollie Collins has returnee from a trip abroad having visltet 1 most of the principal cities ofI EuropeIMiss Pearl Gorman of M t Carmel III has been the charming guest at Mr and Mrs John Gorman in Soutl Louisville Mr and Mrs John Burke who wren the guests of Mrs Hose Guy in Port lund have returned to their home at LexingtonMiss MeCrory arrived tom the first of the week from an ex tended visit to New York anti Atlantic City Mr and Mrs A E Lovelywere among the number from this clt spending the past week at WelltI laden Springs Nick Warlsse the well known Wes End baking company promoter ball just returned from a partly business and pleasure trip to Chicago Miss Beezle Hannan has returnee from a trip abroad having been to Paris London Berlin and othei large cities on the continent Mr and Mrs Charles J Garrigat have returned from their honeymoon trip and are now at home to their friends at 1703 Magazine street Mrs Delia Morris and daughter Miss Mary have been having a mos enjoyable visit here as the guests of Mrs Mary Sweeney in Portland William McDermott of Madison Fad was here to attend I ilhe Stat Fall and spend a week ns the guest jf his cousin Thomas Keekuian Jr Mrs John J Seiber left Sunday night to attend the Jamestown Exposition having been a whiner of that trip in the Louisville Herald contest Edward Monahan and bride whc rave been spending their honeymoor in the East are expected to arrive oday at their home In the Highlands Mr and Mrs J J McCloskey of 2131 Brook street expect to soon lave with them their son Mr J L IcCloskey and wife of New York ity Mrs William M HIggins and Miss tattle Higglns arrived home Wednes lay night from New York where hey spent three weeks visiting rela ivesBernard Patrick Harris an old Louisville boy now engaged in n prosperous business in Indianapolis Is here visiting friends of his boy rood lays Mrs Lavlnla Olberman and Will lberman of Frankfort have been pending the week here as guests of Inul Olberman and Fred Kellner and isitlng the State Fair Edward Sullivan and wife and laughter Miss Cordelia have reo urned to their home in South Louis 1111 after a most pleasant visit with elatives at Glasgow Junction Mrs William Patterson who has been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth lospltal for the past three weeks Is convalescing rapidly and will be able to return home in a day or two George Fisher and bride who was iliss Emma Heimann who are spend- Ing their honeymoon in Chicago will eturn Wednesday and be at home to heir friends at 2313 Portland avenue Louisville people registered in New York lnst week were Miss Beezle annan and Messrs W V Mullen P fooney H OConnor J A McCann and William and Nic baler and their rives Mrs James W Flynn who has been pending a delightful week here as the guest of Mr and Mrs John W ray West Chestnut street will lenn today for her home at Pal mouth Miss Maggis Burke formerlyof this city but now residing at okomo Ind who has been visiting Irs Mary Burke and Martin Conroy in Jeffersonville left for her home uesdny Miss Mary A Holland of 1322 ogers street has gone to Covington to spend a ten days vacation withI ller aunt She will also visit her brother wino holds a fine position in CIncinnati Mrs William Able and Miss Sallle IIogan of Lebanon hard been vIsit- Ing here during the past week and tending the State Fair as guests of Mr and Mrs John C Graves 044 FIftb street That faithful old bird the stork opped long enough in his rounds last Sunday to deposit a handsome lUUe baby boy at the residence of Ir and Mrs Louis B Dugan Seventh nnd Zane streets All of toe Kentucky Title Company clerks were smoking cigars Tuesday morningj nil on account of Richard Langan one of their number having become the father of a baby boy the night previous Miss Mary Scanell who has been visiting in Washington Marion and Nelson counties has returned home in company with her aunt Miss Medley who will spend a few weeks with Mr and Mrs B J Scannell of 7283 West Oak street Augustus 0 Weber is celebrating the arrival of a fine boy at his home 1 115 Twentysixth street There rlll to r big gathering of relatives anti riends when the christening tnk1es place and the little fellow is given he name of his worthy father Mrs Thomas D Clines who has een under the care of Dr A n 3Izot suffering from a dislocate irm sustained last week is makin ilco progress rtoward recovery hough It will be some time yet before she can use tide injured member James P Barry always prominent In local Hibernian and Catholic sr iety circles left Monday with hlR vife end Masters Thomas and James Barry to spend two weeks with rein tIes at Lynn Muss They will Islt Boston New York and other Inrg Titles before returning home While we solicit our readers to send is items of interest notably of wed Zings receptions card parties nml Totes of social affairs they shoul each the society editor not latr tan Thursday morning And dont forget that all should be signed b he writer not for publication but Cor authenticity Mike Burke the former membe of the Legislature from this city ami tow connected with the Indexer office has returned from a trip tto St Louis and the West Mike was Cor some years connected with the Western railroads and while ther net a number of his old time acquaintances and fellow workmen Miss Irene Binfords many friend will be rejoiced to learn that she ii1M xpeeted to be able to return Lou text week with her brother Mir llnford left here last mouth to visi he Jamestown Exposition Washing ton lllchmond and Lynchburg ami while with relatives at the lnst lamed place suffered a severe attar of typhoid fever which has sine confined her to her bed One of the most enjoyable of Iih relent society rents vas the wtite niOon party given in honor of Mia losephlne Hryne by liter grandmothei Irs K Hetherington 225 East Jaco street when exquisite favors wet iwarded and prizes were won b Hisses Louise Cassllly and Enid Heutllnger The guests were Missc Emma Derup Pauline Weaver Vii rinla Babbitt Maude OBrien Louis assllly Mary Wlnn Louise Carrot Florence Leahy Enida Keutlinge md Virginia Byrne Mrs Hetherinp ton proved a charming hostess nnd al1 present were delighted with htr lospltallty The engagement is announced t MRS Evelyn Goffinett and John J Jrogan the marriage to take place his coming fall Miss Goffinett is 0 iretty and popular young lady and specially a big favorite in the Was t- End Mr Grogan is connected wiin he J M Robinson Norton Compin amI has long been a fixture iIn Catholic society being an actlv worker in Mackin Council BOR umors concerning Mr Grogan hay been circulated often but this is the irst official announcement that th13 jolly bachelor had culminated his wooing The Kentucky Irish Ameri cnn as spokesman for their man riends wish the happy couple u liJ of prosperity and happiness A large and expectant throng will gather at St Louis Bertrandi church on Wednesday October 30 to fitness the marriage of Miss Ceceli feaghcr daughter of Mr and Mrs ohn Meagher who moved here soy rat years ago from Frankfort am- Dr F P Buche of Richmond Im Ilss Meagher is one of the mos popular girls of the younger set and aR she is a graduate of Nazareth icademy near Bardstown that has patrons from nIl over the United Mates this announcement will be reo elved with much pleasure byiin wide circle of friends and admirer hroughout the State and country Dr Buche Is one of the leading phi Icians of Richmond and prominent In the affairs of that city- ULitiCBWEIIER Miss Clara UlrIch and Edward C Veber will be united in marriagi uesday afternoon at 4 oclock at St horhw Borromeos church Rev ather Raffo afllclating at the ceremony This announcement wit rove of interest to their mini riends especially in the West End who will no doubt throng the church on that occasion though no invltn Uons have been Issued The bride tobe is the and accomplishedprettydaughter of Mrs Jos L UII rich of 2528 Duncan street while the respective groom is associated with his father In business at Twentieth and St Cecilia streets and Is prominently Identified with Mackin Council Arter a ten days trip East they will be at homo to their friends In their ncw residence 2734 Alford street whIch has just been completed HINTS ON STYLE Some predict that silk petticoats soon will be out of date Veils are worn long and loose now ThIck chernllle o ots are fashionable In buttons the fashion ideas tend considerably to the large sizes and- odd shapes Leather bags should be carried ily in the morning and with tailor made dresses Hatpins are large and made in endless varieties from those worth dollars to those worth a few cents Large and beautiful jeweled buttons or cabochons will be used on- fur garments find also on velvet conts Braids will be used more than eve if that be possible in trimming allll- sorts of costumes for morning and afternoon Plain effects will be most in vogue thts season and if any stripes or plaids are worn they will be dress- Iest in a herringbone weave Ft is predicted that the filet lace- wIll be the most worn of any during the coming season not only by Usell- but in combination with other laces The real Irish crochet will be much used for trimming evening coati- For this purpose it has for years been fashionable Cluny and Chantilly also will be much empljyed especially the Cluny The Chantilly will be used in narrow bands on gowns Some fellows are not satisfied to- kill time unless it belongs to someone else I INDEPENDENT ANTITRUST SOWDERS COINCORPORATED Fish Oysters Poultry and Game JAMES SOWDERS Mgr Climb PhonMaIn 180 JEFFERSONHome Try LevysSpecial SpecialShoes This Season S The worlds best val ues in Footwear MENS350WOMENS BOYS200GIRLS LEVYSTHIRD HOPKINSThI Family Ideal Theater CONTINUOUS SHOW From 130 lo 1030 p m 15 motASs VAUDEVILLE ACTSI I02030c No High- eri7TCAVLHYSN Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee i1ho Man From Home Thursday Friday and Saturday even- Ings and Saturday matinee Mrs WiggsTHFcCabbage Patch PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings grentlyimproedwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closin contracts 1907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 MIKE TYNflf CANDIDATE FOR Bailiff Police Cour SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SEPT 24 1907 907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 190 MS P REEDY CANDIDATE FOR Judge Police Court 907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 Chas D Greer CANDIDATE FOR Jerk Police Court 907 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1907 IWAPERRV CANDIDATE FO- RRepresentative 49111 LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT Composed of 8th and 9th Wards TIIELMA CLUBS SEASON Invitation have been Issued to the first of the series of select dances to- bes given this season by the popular helma Club which takes place next nursday night at Nadorffs Hall EIghteenth and Kentucky A union chestra will render uptodate t ORDER YO- URCOAL FRO- MDouJherty Lanninr Seventh anti Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This Is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 un FO- RFurniture fI Of all kinds at the lowest prices iGo to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET OPP1CB HOUJja SUNDAYS TO 6 Q TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work dons for the lout mossy Oar Dentistry Will Please Yea w We are responsible and do just u we advertise All work guaranteed OR HS JCOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 42 FIFTH STREET Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM COM- ANUFACTURERS I O- PPUREICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and Ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST Office Hours Home Phone 9 to 4 612- 7DR J FRANK SULU VAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Photos Made At Night By Engagement WYBRANT BROS- Photographers BRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY- Now I at 578 Fourth Avenue CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRY AAI JJ1PULSP U DYER AND GLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED + boa au 528 Fifth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNBS SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing andChildrenOffice 620 W St Catherine Both Phones lance music and Messrs Matt Goetz Jake Nadorff Will Goetz and Frank pleasureclubr 4 i S NTUOKY JG2QxtSH MA= 1 iOANr I BE SURE TOi CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE cfKy- j RHj G Mj BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTBING R B BANNON Prit Mgr VlciPnt Secretary Treasurer Fe Eannon Sewer PipeP Coo Salt PipeBannons for Steam ConduitsTile BrickFire II I ClayISidewalMBrlcX OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBPHONB573 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and roth TELEPHONE 2833trvBwssa V e- than ff W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer I I i Carriages Furnished for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 64i 4 Hittltte tttF4N tt+ +k4i+M4Nit D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT t DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 7 Funeral Directors and Embalmers r Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET ++ f f f ft f f t t t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SOS East Malt Street 1111111111111111111111111111 J 11111111111 tI J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrl STREETShort THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt nightCarrl1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female c patients are admitted Rates very real onable For further particulars apply o MOTHeR MARY REGIN flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersoavllle tad Hre your boys as edacatloa that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the ZaTeriah Brothers Clustecl Bdeotlfic and BosineM Course Preparaterr Oe pertafeatLarge 5wMuIn PtIo1 Well quleg- d aulumTeraaModerate3ioJam k- u 0I h II IrJR M ANDRIOT X SONS i i WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STR- EETMANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E YENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprlltors 339 FIFTH STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Put WeekGeneral- News Notes The membership of the auxiliary iIn Michigan has passed the 3000 mark Division 2 heard flattering reports of their picnic receipts at last night meetingDivision 4 will meet Monday night anti Division 1 on Friday night of the coming week Iore applications and a large at tendance enthused the last meeting of Division 9 of St Paul organizennIghtduringDivision 2 of Binghamton started conferringtheIng The Hibernian of Waltham Water town and Xewtons MahK started their annual card tourna mentFurther Ferdinand has acknowledged the generour contribution of Division 19 of Waltham Mass to his mission at Dallas Texas lladIweeklullf a Minneapolis Hibernians are of their ball team which has made creditable record for Its first yea r and won a vast majority of th games played I The young ladles of Auxiliary 4 of MondayIngghtnated for the remodeling of St Michaels church About 2000 people attended the lawn fete of Division 18 of Salem Mass and it is estimated the re ceipts will net 300 which will be assigned to the building fund Ladles Auxiliary 2 of St Paul con ferred the four degrees on a large enIprogramme IOfficers and members of Division 7 of Syracuse are engaged In an ef fort to corral every eligible man be tween the ages of eighteen and fortyfive In St Patricks parish The byword Is now 500 members before Jnnary 1 1908 Denver Hibernians turned out in full force In the procession and made an excellent showing at the laying of the cornerstone of the new St Patricks church the erection of which has been the long cherished plan of Rev Father Oarrigan The Irish fair of the Ladies Aux iliary was a decided success and Mrs Dan Dougherty and her committee won much praise Every bit of available space was occupied and all had more enjoyment than had been looked for The women should con tinue these affairs Members of Division 1 will be called upon next Friday night to determine the future of that body There is n hnmlsonve sum in the treasury and unless there Is a manifestation of more interest ihlsI may be divided among the attendants and the other property turned over to the County Hoard It is urged that every true Hibernian attend thisI meeting and save the division Just before leaving Bellows Falls i X II for their new home in New York members of the division and auxiliary gathered in an interesting social session for the presentation of a suitable testimonial to John J OConnor and his wife For the di vision resident Diggins presented the former with a beautiful writing desk and bookcase combined as emblematic of his new office and a gentlemans chair to rest In after his doily toil was over Mrs Fleming as County President complimented Mrs OConnor on her great services to the auxiliary and on their behalf nresented her with a complete set of silver knives forks anti spoons GRIEVED TO DEATH Frank Feeney a well known LouIs- ville street railway conductor tiled Friday morning at his home 1903 Cedar street of a complication of dis eases that was aggravated by the death of two of his children and a childof his sister since August 20 His funeral took place Sunday morn ing from St Charles church Rev Father liaffo conducting the solemn services hisito 542 Fifth street Just opposite the Cathedral On account of increasing J business the doctor was forced to se cure larger and more commodious J quarters and can also be found there in urgent cases as that address will be his permanent residence JOLLY THREE Dan Schreiber Jos Heckmann andII Al Zachary have just returned fromII an extended trip throughout the East having been away for a month Mr Schreiber states that they had the time of their life and felt that they didnt care if they never came home APPETIZING DISHES Ii J J Schreiber has opened a Mex ican chile parlor at the northwest corner of Twentysixth and Bank streets where he Is prepared to serve appetizing Mexican dishes under the personal direction of A J Cortesy lately of Mexico now HE WON The man I marry said the girl in the parlor scene must be a little lower than the angels Well whats the matter with mcZ queried the young man as be dropped on his knees at her feet You see Im a little lower than one of them WILL RUN EASY When your sewing machine begins I to run hard it is because the oil on it has become hardened OH every part thoroughly with kerosene 011II and let stand for a couple of hours Then with a soft cloth wipe every I h SOCIETY DIRECTORY liA O H- DIVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cuaick Courthouse Treasurercharles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJame Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford McXennadTreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T LynchFinancial Secretary John T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs eday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and Main President James Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daaiel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 MondaysaOdd Fellows Hall Sixth and McGinneVice President Stephen J McEl loft Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street LenthSergeantatArmsRobert hell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Ffaug Hall County President Louis Constan tinelresldentJobn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret tryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael KInney MarshallM Garrity Danner Bearer J G Cole Y x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eveni ga at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J and First Vice PresidentJohn T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryDen Reed SecretaryFrankAdams Q Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andrlot Outside Sentinel G urge Bartsch part carefully removing every trace of oil and dirt Then oil thoroughly with good machine oil and you will think you are running a new ma chine Never buy any but the best oil as poor oil ruins a machin- eDOMINICANS Marvelous Growth of Relig lous Order Since Found ers Death In the last number of the Irish Rosary the Rev Father Rouselle O P concludes nn article on St DominIc and his order with the followIng which we believe will be of more thanI ordinary interest to many of our readersWhen we remember that from the first confirmation of the order In December 1210 till the holy founders death in August 1221 is a period of scarcely fire years we can not doubt that the whole of his work was under the special protection and guidance of Divine Providence In truth that an order such as that of the Friars Preachers should have been founded propagated and ex tended to all the countries In Europe In little more than four yearsnay should have been legislated for so admirably that nothing has been added to nor taken from the found ers idea during seven centuries of existence and that his other institu tions namely the Cloistered Sister hood anti the Third Order should have existed through all these con turies extended indeed over a larger areabut yet practically un changed and the same in substance as when he left them is a clear proof that the founder of such institutions was a heavenlysent messenger ofIpeace to men a man head and shoul ders over his fellows endowed with great qualities of mind and spiritual graces that enabled him to bring the work to perfection within so short a space of tlmta If all the founders of religious orders are said to live again in the history of the institutes they have established particularly is this the case with St Dominic who prom a ised with his dying breath that he would still help his children and indeed be more useful to them where he was going than he had ever been on earth LABOR UNION HOMES Many unions are coming to recognize the necessity for homes for their aged and disabled members like that of the printers at Colorado Springs and are taking steps to raise funds for such purpose Colorado California and Texas seem to be the most popular locations on account of climatic conditions MENDING GLOVESII Mending the finger tips of long gloves with court plaster is the trickIone young woman makes use of to lengthen the life of this dress acces sory which is such a luxury She pasties the court plaster white on white and black on black on the in side of the finger tip with the result that the gloves will last immeasurably longer I IRELAND Record of the Host Important 1 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I John McKean M P left Ireland for the continent the first week of this month to be gone till the middle of October The wet season has told greatly Countytrimbe great scarcity James McCourt J M Johnson II M Williamson P Matthews and II Backhouse were reelected to the Dundalk Harbor Commission William Heary who lived a few miles from Bailleboroiigh at a called Maybologue was stricken with apoplexy and died within a few hoursThe South Armagh Executive of arrnnge1torCnmlough on the second Sunday in OctoberA of accidental death was returned nt the inquest held on the body of the girl named Daly who was found drowned in the Grand canal at LimerickJeremiah Connor of Innisfoyle was removed to Kcnmnre Workhouse Hospital In a critical condition the result of a fall from his horse while riding home from a funeral Much regret is felt there at the transfer of Constable Walsh from Ballytraln to Belfast As a pollci man he discharged his duties so as to win the esteem of all classes and creedsLady Aberdeen luis sent a prevent of a perambulator to Mrs William Cooke of Lurgan the mother o triplets two boys anti a girl born last month all healthy and sturdy childrenWilliam Dcenliin of Beule East in the district of Ballybunion was brought up in custody at Llstowet charged with firing at Timothy Crcod with intent to kill and was removed to the Ballybunion petty sessions A farmer named Joe Cannon of Oarbnlly near Banagher was found dead In n lonesome moor where two faithful dogs had kept vigil over his body for twentyfour hours Ills death resulted from heart disease Ills Eminence Cardinal Logue will preside and Rev Thomas Cassidy of Monasterboice will preach the sermon on the occasion of the transla tion of the relic of St Brigid at St Brlglds church at Faughart on Oc tober 20- Prominent men of the town have arranged for the building of a new Catholic hall for Mohlll This Is the most prosperous town in the county and the hall will be useful and bene ficial to the inhabitants for many purposesWith sincere regret was recorded the loathof John Levins teary who during the Land league days was one of the most prominent figures in County Louth politics For a number of years he has lived quietly near Dromlskin Peter Stnllard who was sentenjed to twelve months Imprisonment at the Kilkenny March assizes in con nection with the Flemingnyan romantic affair at Archersfield has been released the sentence being commuted nearly five months Mrs Sullivan nee Dalton who filed on Sunday in the village of Athea County Limerick had attained the great age of 101 years During her long life spent In the parish in which she died she enjoyed splendid health and up to last April had all along been able to attend mass every weekA massive cross of Irish limestone has been erected over the grave of the late Most Rev Dr McGennls Bishop of Kilmore In the grounds of the Cathedral at Cavan It Is of Celtic pattern of chaste design and the arms are ornamented with inter laced scrolls The shaft is over six teen feet high A melancholy drowning fatality occurred in the townland of Carrick duff convenient to Keady It appears a child named Francis Mc irory aged about two and a half years hud been playing about the house and after some time its par ents were horrified to find the little one lying in a well the water of which was about twenty inches deep KISSING THE GIRLS Senator Vance once stumped North JudgeSettlethe Governorship All the white Democrats turned out to hear Vance and the colored Republicans to hear Settle At the conclusion of the speaking one day Vance was told that a number of young women had expressed a desire to kiss the Democratic candidate lIe stepped down from the platform and kissed a dozen or so pretty young women when he stopped long enough to turnaround to his competitor and shout Im kissing my girls Settle now you kiss yours CHILDS POCKET MONEY As soon as a child is old enough to isk for n penny to spend for itself L small weekly allowance should be given and the child taught to save a portion of it for presents etc No natter how few the pennies a child should know just how many to expect luring the week and on what day This will teach the value of money Ii valuable lesson and it will also each the little one how to be gen rous and self denying by carefully saving up some of those same cherished pennies for a present forII elsesome one MODISH PERFUMES The woman who aspires to imartness takes care to be au fait n the matter of perfumes Each year sees several new scents in ogue though a certain few of the old fashioned essences retain their popularity Of these lavender and vood violet denote the refined well bred woman The scents of the present season are remarkable for their subtle yet penetrating odor Vinaigrettes are again considered modish A man never realizes how little lie D FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY x Cutnb Phone Haiti 1913 1913TILE WIEDEMANNBREWING ti Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bare and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK 9k Ho fbran and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN f BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED 4 TELEPHONE 452 xOUrSVXLxE KY PABST BEER S ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TBLEPHONBxasa 7 Louisville BranchFourteenth Jefferson Sts ASK EOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CUMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN E 3TRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MA- DEJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATODBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE K All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices MY HIINOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Name Phase 4330 540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORf- Diatillen and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Sire knowa about women till he married one n t ebetterDIAMOND WALL PLM- ANUAACTURBD BY Kentucky Wall PI1 INCORPORA BOTH PHONE Brook and River Lou HoosIerter VINES UQUO s- VA SALOVAL LESTER p mcniiIasa w aO UQNTUOrt IRISH All iRY0A2K- ii I THE BIG STORE Are Now Showing Their New FALL LINE t tt t SOFT HATS and DERBIES I F EVERY SHAPE EVERY SHADE 98c SIi4BqX198 248 3 and 4 THE BIG STORES STMILTON M MAp BLESTONE CO II i THE FARRAND =CECILIAN IS A PIANO ANY ONE CAN PLAY You will not have to spend hours of practicing if you invest in a FARRANDCECILIAN Piano r It is a highgrade 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 music ne 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 1timesif you place FARRANDCECILIAN there If you have qn old Piano we will take same as part payment on a Farrand Cecilianthe balance you can pay in monthly installm- entsMONTENEGRORIEHMl MUSIC CO Incorporated 69B6L3O FOURTH AVENUE Ce l BLUE RIBBONSwill go to the best exhibits in all classes Mul Coffees and Tens are prize winners the round Never varying in qualitythe always lowest IIOYSI At 3 Ibs for 50 cents a special grade coffee unexcelled in quality everywhere TEA SPECIAL for iced tea black green or mixedi R CC per lb ru i MUJLLOY COFFER ROASTER 8Hold Pbotu i ja J u ID1 I W MAKKEST eLI RI 1ST KKKnJ1Jt TTTTTT FREE FREE FREEBEGINNING SEPT 2 r A Eurekaflyer in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOURI Non Better Made Except 10cent 15 cent and 6 lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable article at our office Get a flyer for the children tl88 st8 t1HI me Ghas fle Rogers BOOK cori PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O 1 SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Sfinest of their kind in the city m BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I I 434 W Jefierson StreetQQ C900 30 + I I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meat lies been universally acknowledged as the best g is ran ge in the market They cook quickly ba ke excellently and on account of their pU ent air burners consume less gag than any other They are more easily clea netUnd are made to last The new Vn this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1007 c nt ract before the advance In prices of all iro n goods we are able to sell at t old pric e- GEHER 6c SON 9 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND JRGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY ITED LAUNDRY CO j Incorporated RK A SPECIALTY ft t GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 I PARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN T Schranz CoI ESTATEr I- NREAL ALL ITS BRANCHES ONEY TO LOANAIN 27y BaoM It Law BJIJiiCe tof and Grim I nr- a t io e IOO 322 to I West 328 i2Market i Street JsoMARUErSifEET BET THIRD AliD POurmt INCORPORATED I Three Great Skirt Values We havd held many sales before all of which proved to be of special benefit to our customers This sale will establish for us a new 0precedent for the values are decidedly the best we have ever So great are they that we feel a word of explanation is due offeredIYork manufacturer to keep his skirt hands busy during proII money conditions We relieved him of his predicament in part taking off his hands several hundred of these skirts The ment to us was about half price These skirts are now on sale at byIIiThe same remarkable price concessions lot consists of Panama Mohair Serge and Cheviot Skirts in black navy and fancy mixtures checks and stripes in all the latest fullplaited 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 I5 500 600 and 700 each the entire purchase divided for selling into three great bargain lots as follows The 350 and 4 Skirts for 198N 0 0 CENTRAL COMMITTEE Letters From Supreme Offl cers Urging Election of Gen Relchert Tho regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee C K of A was held Friday of last weel at St Marys Hall with President Joe McGinn occupying the chair and the represented There was no business out of the usual route but all were pleased and accepted the invitation to visit St Cecilias branch on Thursday evening Partial but satisfactory reports and returns were made for the recent celebration which the committee hope to complete for the next meeting Duringthe evening an interesting discussion upon mat ters that Interest the committee was participated in by Messrs Ilarrj Veeneman Charles Falk Capt Gus Kane Oscar Maier and others and good results are predicted to follov from their suggestions All the delegates especially those interested in the Uniform Rant were enthusiastic when it was made known that letters had been receiver here from Supreme President Gaudin of New Orleans and Supreme Vice President Croghan of Providence urging the election and promotion of Adjt Gen Michael Reichert to be Major General and head of the entire military department The sentiment for Gen Reich rt is unanimous and but for the illness of Gen Kadesk the eletclon would have taken plat last month The commit ee will meet again on October 11 when the dele arguIments UNFOUNDED Were Alarmist Reports Clr culated About Popes Health Special cablegrams received thi week bring the welcome news tha the alarmist reportS about the Popes health which are in circulation botl in Italyand abroad are altogethe false This summer the Pope has enjoyed unusually good health as 1he weather has been for Rome very coolnnd the thick walls of the apostolic palace have kept out aU extraordinary visitations of heat Hii Holiness has given few audiences und as a rule his gout has troubled him very little If nothing unforeseen occurs he will begin his autumn work with renewed strength one spirit AWFUL DEATH William OConnell a Big Four switchman aged thirtytwo years was found frightfully mangled and in a dying condition early Saturday morning in the yards at Preston street and the railroad crossing The unfortunate man was throwing iswitch and failed to notice an ap proaching cut of cars that ran over him When discovered an hour after ward it was found that his left leg and right arm had been cut off and the other leg and arm badly crushed He was at once removed to a hospital but only lived a few hours OConnell had been in the employof the Big Four a year and lived in Jet fersonvllla where he leaves a wife and several children His funeral took place from St Augustines church Monday morning WILL LOCATE HERE Dr John J Connolly who grad uated two years ago from the Lou isvillq University with marked hon ors and has since been connected with Sis Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital has bcten pevailed upon to locate here and not return to Newport his rest made a legion of friends who will approve his decision and be glad to know that he has opened his office at 2917 Fourth avenue South Louis ville will give him a wide field and it will not be long until he enjoys a big practice DR CHAWKS MOVE Dr John T Chawk has removed his veterinary and horse shoeing establishment from Tenth and Broad way to 913915 Seventh street Just south of the corner of Seventh and Broadway and in connection with the horse shoeing forge already lo cated there he is building a hand some office and veterinary hospital H1 The 450 and 5 Skirts for 298 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor- AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Maysvllle For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Hopkinsville For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Harrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD FARLEY- of Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- 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 Dlst A T SILER of Whitley county which will be well supplied with all firstclass equipments for the treat ment of his patients After completion the genial Doctor invites his many friends to call and inspect his new location THEATRICAL Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will fill out the last half of the week at Macauleys with Saturday matineeThe several advanced vaudfevlllt acts that will be seen next wetek at the Mary Anderson should prove a strong card Delighted audience have filled this theater nightly sine the opening The Redemption of David Corson lust dramatized by Mrs LoUde mair Parker author of Way Down East and other big hits will be seen at the Masonic all of next week It is announced as one of the big best bill that will be offered this season For the first half of next weel Macauleys offering will be The Mai From Home with W T Hogue as the star Long Residence in Indian fits him for the part of Dan Voor hees Pike the Kokomo lawyer in the play The second week of the Hopkins continuous vaudeville will be ushered In with an even better bill than the opening one Running steadily from 130 ito 1030 oclock and presenting fifteen high class acts the change ins proved decidedly popular Most af those who will appear nest week will be new to the local stage but several old favorites will be on the iilll indications the Fromrresent larger nudieneEs- than ever MOURN InS DEATH The Brothers and students of St Caviers College were deeply grieved when they learned of the death of he venerable Brother Dominic at Baltimore last Saturday Brother Dominic was seventy years old and was a native of Ireland having come to this country when he was a b y or about ten years Prior to hs entrance into the order about thirty light years ago he was latricic Connell During the first twenty ears after he received orders he was aligned to this territory and was at the head of the Xavierian order in Louisville He was a prominent actor in the education of the youthful Catholics of Louisville Brothers James and Stephen left Sunday and attended the funeral on Tuesday THE IRISH PRIEST Stephen Gwynn Irish member of arllament but not a Catholic has saill somewhere excellently thai the Irish priest possesses the secret of Irish life He does and so entirely is the to it in his possession that atherinie Tynan doubts if any genins however great could give en adequate rendering of Irish life Without including ttoe pri a1II 1 322 to 328West WestMarket MarketStreet I skirt quick night The iSkirtsfori398 I NEWPORT Democrats Nominate Cost Aan For Mayor by a Big Majority In a runaway race last Saturda M J Costigan defeated W A Elmer for the nomination for Mayor of Newport on the Democratic ticket His majority was 429 and he made a phenomenal record leading his ticket A big vote was cast and great inter est was manifested on all sides For Mayor nearly 2100 votes were cast and this is within about 400 of the total Democratic vote of Newport Although both the Costigan and Elmer men worked hard it was seen early in the day that the claim cof the Elmer men that the contest would be close was very inaccurate for the Costigan votes kept piling up steadily The result shows that the Democratic nominee is exceed- Ingly strong and that Krieger tin Republican candidate will have his hands full at the November election The successful candidate has serve the city faithfully and well as its City Clerk and is at present engaged in the undertaking business As ia business man he ranks foremost Iin the community and is regarded as one of the most astute political organizers in Northern Kentucky An inspection of the vote shows that Costigan carried every one of the sb wards PILGRIMAGES Probable That Order For Their Suspension Will Be Rescinded It is probable that the order of the Pope susptoding the pilgrimage from various parts of Europe IIn honor of the golden jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood will soon be rescinded Many of the pilgrim have already paid for their return ticket and the railway oompanle refuse to extend the time Titer were at least a dozen pilgrimage from provinces of Italy due in Rome this month but thfese were suspended too Owing to the Socialist anti clerical demonstration organized throughout Italy for September 20 the date of the fall of the temporal power it is probable the Pope will not allow any foreign pilgrimages be fore that date A programme had been arranged to cover the entire year of the jubilee celebration It included two from France one Iron Metz two Belgian a German na tional pilgrimage a IIungarian and an English Foreign countrjes iron which the pilgrims may come may afford them the necessary protection NEWPORT LOSES PIONEER Patrick Shanahan a pioneer of Newport Ky died Saturday al pringfield Ohio in his seventletl ear Death was due to a complication of ailments The deceased was ai relative of Philip Ryan the at orney of Newport and also of Philip Ryan who lives in the High ands Patrick Shanahan was born in he parish of Holy Cross Tipperary ounty Ireland and came to Newport when a lad in 1840 being one of the original settlers of the city He eaves a widow and one daughter The remains were brought to Newport where the funeral and interment took place- FATTIER JANSEN INJURED Father II W Jansen pastor of St Francis de Sales church was seriously injured at Paducah last Sunday night while escaping from a runaway treet car At Sixth and Broadway ai depot line car split the switch other Jansen was crossing the street One end of the car went town Sixth street and the other swung down Broadway The priest jumped and fell striking iris back amI head inflicting an ugly wound in the head DOUBLE HEADER A double header between four of the best amateur ball teams in this section will be played tomorrow afternoon at Eclipse Park Seventh Ilnd Kentucky stretats The Fox Ridge team will cross bats with the Znhn Stars at 2 oclock and the New Albany Stars a crack team from ross the river will meet the Uhlens one of the best local nines at 330 clock As there is much rivalry preen these teams a good game Cn be expected C eN JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES i BEST TERMS 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 advantage to purchase here We would invite your special attention toour stock of Carpets which range in qualityjfrom the cheapest ingrain to the finest velvet If you will but visit our store you will readily realize that there will always be found the best values at Greenes Satisfaction of the kind that satisfies marks 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 NNN NINNNNN NN NNN NONbNNNNN N 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 flarket Street 16 Per 100 Bushels We have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the bes teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfaciory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL COInarporatcd Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek 1 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager XIBADQUAR ERS 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 ESERtFSQ a1EATNERrpUFACTVR TMA11RENSM1iihLOUgYIUJY s THE ON- LYSHOE i POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System 7 as taught at this institution is a valuable stonetoSpencerian graduates arc always in demand r COMMERCIAL SCHOOLEJWS smai INCORPORATED Union Rational sank Ilde Ereaideet MainstmtiTimer 1 WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDone With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered I Both Phones 2399 FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST FIXE WINKS OHAKPAGKBB AL KOKB845 West Green Street UQtJOKB CIGAR J rl