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KENTucKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XIYNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS ANNIVERSARY Will Be Celebrated by St Mich J aels Congregation i Tomorrow- Established t j Fortyfour Years Ago And One ofthe Old est in City Impressive Ceremonies at Both the Morning and Evening Services p TWO GREAT SERMONS PROMISED L Tomorrow the good people of St Michaels parish will observe with im pressive ceremonies the fortyfourth anniversary of its foundation St Michaels church located on Brook street near Market Is one of the old est in the city following in order the Cathedral and St Johns in the eastern part of the city For many years it had a large membership but the growth of the city and the env j croachments of business houses and manufactories have so overcrowded that section of the city that the num ber has been greatly reduced though several hundred families still worship there Rev Martin OConnor the pious and energetic pastor hopes to make this occasion one of great rejoicing for all who have ever been members f of St Michaels congregation and has therefore arranged a programme that will make the day one tpbe long J remembered Added interest will be lent by the fact that this Sunday will also be the patronal feast day and as St Michael the archangel the patron of the church is one of the most revered of the heavenly hosts his feast flay should be solemnly ob served The order of exercises will begin at 730 oclock in the morning when Rev Father OConnor will celebrate mass anti preach the sermon At 1030 oclock there will be a solemn high mass in the presence of Right Rev Bishop McCloskey preceded by- a largo procession of the societies of the congregation who will sing the hymn of St Michael At this mass the sermon will be preached by the eloquent and able pastor of St Pauls the Rev Thomas York The Bishop will also speak to the people af stttllJchnestittjwwlcomKh I1hasrgl ways felt a personal Interest Tomorrow evening at 730 oclock i there will be solemn vespers with a congratulatory sermon by the Rev Patrick F Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church followed by the benediction of the Blessed Sacrament The music at those services will be j of an unusually high order and will j be rendered bya selected choir under the direction of Miss Angela Perry Monday morning the anniversary j exercises will conclude with a solemn mass of requiem for the deceased i members of the congregation The present pastor Rev Martin OConnor has been in charge of St Michaels less than two years but in that short space of time he gas done almost phenomenal work For years a heavy debt has hung over the congregation t but through the united j eforts of pastor and people this is being steadily reduced over 2800 having been paid during the past eighteen monthsa record that I speaks for itself Continuing thus it I will not be so long until St Michaels I will have the happiness of being con I secratedFather OConnor cordially invitee all members their friends and theII benefactors of the parish as well aKII former members to attend these services Many of the oldest ioners have signified their Intention 1 to be present and it is hoped a record breaking attendance will be seen there tomorrow morning and evening The ladles of the congrega for this occasion EDIFYING Ceremonles Mark Initiation and Strengthening of Ancient Order On Thursday night of last week at the hall of Division 3 under direction of the County Board and degree team the Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a meeting that filled the auditorium and added strength to each of The four local divisions For several weeks previous Magistrate Sullivan Dave Beilly Thomas Quinn and Austin Walsh hal been making preparation for this initiation whIch was edifying and Impressive through out and their work will never be forgotten by the large class who received the degrees that admitted them to the greatest national Cath olic organization the world has ever known President James Coleman was happy in his address of welcome which put everybody on edge for the social Session that followed the ceremonies The musical numbers during the ceremonies elicited applause and were excellently rendered by Messrs George J Butler Will I Connelly Lawrence Mackey Thomas Clines D J Coleman Frank P Burke and Thomas Keenan Jr who pre sided at the piano theTheinitiation was Indeed enjoyable and Division 3 dlspnsedrcfJesbment8 until everybody was more than satis fled State President Butler presided anllcongratulateflDhision3 and all Lo t P 1- j Ii present on the success of the opening of the campaign for increasing thoI membership While all were enjoying cigars the chair introduced County President Murphy Presidents Con Ford Joe McGinn Thomas Clines aril James Coleman Will Mcehan William M HIggIns Magistrate Patrick Sullivan and Tom Quinn who addressed themselves to both old and new members urging upon all the principles of the order and speaking in high praise of the officers and members of Division 3 who are not to be surpassed either as workers or entertainers MAKES US LAUGH Objection to Irish Girls Llke ness on American Coins How ridiculous some professed patriots may make themselves pias been again demonstrated by the Independent Order of Americans a small but fanatical organization of mighty poor standing At its annual convention just concluded at Harris burg Pa the State Council of the order directed its chief executive to convey to the Treasury Department authorities its earnest objections to going outside of the United States for a model for the female profile for the new coins Miss Mary Cnn ningham happens to have been born in Ireland just sixteen years ago Recently she came to the land of the free in search of a livelihood and after working for a time in Boston obtained a place as a waitress in a little restaurant at Cornish Vt It vas there that the late Augustus Saint GUudens the great sculptor saw her and instantly picked her out for the face he had been commissioned to provide for the United States Government With true artistic IndIf- ference to geographical boundaries Saint Gaudens never stoped to in quire where Miss Mary was born but lellghted at having discovered a profile that exactly fulfilled his ideal of beauty closed a bargain then and there with the waitress of classic features that she should sit as a model while he wrought the design for the coins No matter what the result Miss Cunningham will lose no idmirers through the opposition of these women fighters who possess neither sense nor manhood PILGRIMAGE erman Catholics Will Make One to Rome Next Year joJ jIp WHO 1Ii J A pilgrimage of GermanAmerican Catholics to Rome will take place in April 1908 under the auspices of the German Catholic Central Vereln The question of making Ihe pilgrimage was discussed at the convention of the Central Verein at Dubuque when resident J B Oelkers outlined the plans and strongly urged the German Catholics to participate This will be the first pilgrimage from this coun try In the course of his remarks resident Oelkers stated that Arch bishop MesHincr of Milwaukee would accompany the pilgrims The plan proposed is to charter a steamer of the Xorth German Lloyd line Accommodations for 214 passengers in the first cabin and 246 passengers in the second cabin have already been reserved The price of passage in first cabin will be from 90 to 125 In the second cabin 55 for the trip across the Atlantic The trip will be from Xew York to Naples From Naples the trip will be continued to Home where the grantlheaudience in Home the party will distill and private trips can then be indulged in The return trip can be made if arranged for at the time of purchase of ticket on any of the leading lines HANDBOOK For Republican Campaign the Work of Clumsy Dodgers The campaign handbook of the Ilepubllcan party in Kentucky the real platform of that party in the present State campaign the document from which the leaders of that party expect their orators to get inspiration for the work upon the stump among the voters has been is sued by its Campaign Committee Aside from its own campaign handbook and the literature which It is distributing the Democratic State Campaign Committee could find no better document to place in the hands of its speakers with which to explode and clear up Republican charges of mismanagement of the public affairs of Kentucky during eight years past The author of this Republican publication has demon strated that he is a clumsy dodger on the live issues of the campaign that he isnt even an expert at juggling figures in an effort to show a bad financial condition for the Commonwealth and has contentedI himself with reviving matters brought up a year or two ago by a discredited candidate for Guber natorial honors and which the people of Kentucky then had an opportunityr io investigate and found without foundation in fact Also with rev producing socalled editorials from a1 rankfort paper which ceased publi cation for lack of support a veritable campaign sheet issued by disgruntled Democratic politicians oft the smallesttype With such billingsgate and abuse by men Who have been unsuccessful in every political ambition thtB t 4 1j author of this campaign inndbook contents himself hoping thereby tto draw to the Republican side such Democrats as were not lined up on the side of those who were success ful in the Democratic state primary election of last year Not a word does this Republican publication con taro regarding the flagrant viola tions of law by use and abuse of the military power during the dark days of Bradley and Taylor from 1890 to 1900 Not a word of criticism has I it for the murderers of William Gotbel or of Republicans in power at that time and who are now fugitives fro l1 justice declining even to return under promise of immunity from arest offered by the Commonwealth that the Goebel murder may be laid bare in all of its details by those who were responsible for its commission With an announced motto The firm but judicious enforcement of all laws and a reproduction of the weak vacillating plank of the Re publican platform upon temperance and not a word upon the important subject of observance of the Sabbath day laws the book authorizes the Republican speakers for whose in formation k is intended to dodge about on time live questions and is sues and to talk to suit the commu nity in which the speaker happens to be nt the time he has them under discussion It reproduces the letter of the Ilev Dr K L Powell of Louis ville charging Coy Beckham with be ing insincere in his fight for temper ance and observance of the Sabbath a letter which has been discredited In its every line by the policy which the Governor pursued The author and publisher didnt ask the Rev Dr Powell for his latest views on this matter or he might have had a contrary view to publish The word judicious inserted in the Republi can motto on the opening page of the loopholeCampaignCommitteeRepublicanGubernatorial should he ever have the good fortune to be at the head of the government of Kentucky This rather remarkable publication contains from beginning to the close rumors and hints of what it plays up in black face type as graft but in not a single instance does it make the charge specifically always con tenting itself with reference to an editorial of an unfriendly newspaper and going only far enough as its editor thinks to arouse a suspicion thatt all is not right in the affairs of government Representatives of the Republican party among them Post masters and the former Private Secretary of the fugutive William S Taylor hind access for months to every deportment at Frankfort and right well did they work in a fruit less effort to fasten these insinua tions of graft upon the officials in power After all that work their campaign liandbook issues and t cat do no better than to reprint and reproduce editorials and utterances of disgruntled persons whoI spent as much time as did they in seeking what could not be found corruption or wrongdoing by the Democratic officials whom the people have trusted for eight years past The cry of a look at the books which won for them in 1805 falls flat this year BASE PLOT Prevents Removal of Re mains of Leo XII to Later an Basilica Late advises from Rome are to the effect that the Pope has told several Cardinals that he will not allow the remains of hiss predecessor Leo XIII to be taken to the Laternn basilica for burial hut will let them remain permanently in St Peters owing to a plot among the anticlericals of which he has been privately in formed to insult any cortege that undertakes to transfer the body from one church to the other The Pope declared he intended to have another though perhaps more modest monu ment erected in St Peters for the late Pope One has been erected by the sculptor Tadolini in the Church of St John at the Lnleran but this must be left there as it would cost too much to move it The announce ment created great surprise as it was understood that the late Pope had left explicit directions for his burial in the Church of St John Pope Pius alo told the Cardinals that if at his death such an anti clerical movement should be in progress he Would prefer his remains to rest in his native town of RIese as he originally Intended PREVENTS RUNAWAY MATCHES The new law to take effect in New York on January 1 and which re quires that a license be obtained from the County Clerk before a mar riage can be performed in that State is considered from all viewpoints a- very Commendable measure Each communitywill hear less now of runaway marriages between sixteen and seventeenyenr old children Other States have hail a law similar to this one in force for years and it never worked any hardship to the respectable people within their con fines while on the other hand it has greatly assisted parents in preventing alliances between softheaded youths who know about as much concerning the grave responsibilities of the married state as they do about the man In the moo REGISTRATION Next Tuesday and Wednesday will be registration days in Louisville and it is necessary that every voter register his name on one of the days in order to qualify for the November election The polls Will be open from 6 pclock in the tilorulng until 9 at I night thus affording everybddy op portunlty io register without trouble J FARLEY Is Likely to Be the Third in Sequence of American Cardinals f William Allen Job stops Inti mate Study of New Yorks Archbishop- Broadway f f Magazine Telia of His Wonderful Achievements and Pow r I I POSSIBILITIES DAZZLE IIAGIK4TIOH J Late in the afterm on of nearly every pleasant day 61 sturdy figure of slightly under average height graceful and well dre ser In conven tional black descend alertly th steps of the archlepls opal residence Madison aven e New York and arm in arm with a gravefaced priest turns up the venue for his usual dally recreation which is a brisk twomile walk Most passers pairThe able marks of notabil ty and he haa a way of looking magnetically at people not over their heads but into their eyes His well rounded features show the imprint of a keen and scholarly intellect his gray ryes reflect the kindly light of humor and of broad human ity His hair beneath tlle rim of hlr silk hat is snowwhite yet his face stepthoa glance the prelate the man of affairs the cosmopolitanand in that glance you have put him down for what he is a leader of men This man is in ninny ways the most interesting and all in all the most spiritually powerful personality in New York He is head of the great est division of the mightiest religious organization in the worldthe New York diocese of the Roman Catholic church He is Archbishop John Mur thy Farley That is fills title today Within a year it may be John Car dinal Farley the third in sequence of American Cardinals No man may say so positively but many recent pilgrims from overseas are sanguine that the next red hat to reach America will be worn in the metrop oils for the sec d time the only preceding Amerie Cardinals having been their Eminences John Mc Closkey of New York and James Gibbons of Baltimore Archbishop Farley is the local head of more than two million followers ranked compactly by the closest of ties He governs twentytwo hospitals twentynine industrial and reform schools and thirty homes and asylums for immigrants children orphans the blind aged deaf and mute making n total of eightyone of the best equipped and most efficient charitable institutions inthe country Over 89000 young people are indl rectly under his care und training his parish schools have over 61000 pupils his academies and colleges nearly 0500 and at the pinnacle of his educational system Is the million dollar Dumvoodle Theological Semin ary with its College Cathedral reparatory School at Fiftieth street Under him also are 523 churches chapels and missions and 1149 priests regular and secular The property wealth of his diocese ap proaches at a conservative estimate one hundred million dollars indicated partially by the following Cathedral of St Patrick 10000000 asylums 2000000 seminaries 1 1250000 five hundred churches and chapels 25000000 five hundred presbyteries 2000000 land 10000000 and schools 6000000 besides several millions In property owned by the various religious communities The New York diocese embraces today time boroughs of Manhattan Bronx and Richmond and the coun ties of Dutchtss Orange Putnam Sullivan Ulster and Weslchcster covering 4717 squire miles or 9183 square miles with the addition of the Bahama Islands which are also part of the New York diocese The Oath die population of the diocese ap proximating twp million souls Is greater by nearly orc quarter mill ions than the Catholic population of England This statement of the numerical power and wealth of the Roman Cathoiic church of New York City controlled and directed by Archbishop Farley represents the steady solid growth of a century The lifies of church organization are laid firmly in the whole body social and politic of this city The organI tuition Is constantly developing and will constitute eventually if in fact it does not at present a civic Influence of almost inestimable scope and power Standing firmly at the gate Tray of the New World the gateway through which throng annually nearly a million immigrants a large portion of whom are Roman Cath dies this organization may have a national influence that will be of even greater moment Five diocesan administrators have preceded Archbishop FarleyWhen the first Bishop Connolly came New York there were in the whole State and in the northern half of New Jersey only four priests Bishop Connolly was succeeded by Bishop Dubois and he in turn by Bishop John Hughes a man of remarkable courage and strength of character an American of the highest type who solved the problem Americanizing the huge volume of Catholic imml gration He was an earnest advocate of the parochial school system and ei r at his death in 1804 there were al ready thirtyfour schools with 10000 pupils Bishop Hughes was succeeded by Cardinal McCloskey and he by the noted Archbishop Corrigan the predecessor of Archbishop Fare This in brief Is the heritage of power transmitted to the sixth ad ministrator of the New York diocese Archbishop Parley What will he do with it What of him as a prelate and a personality He lives in the archiepiscopal res idence on Madison avenue with his Chancellor P J Hayes and his Sec rotaries Fathers McMackln and Lewis Adjoining this white marble palace is the rectory of the Cathc dral and opposite both houses on Fifth avenue Is the Cathedral of St Patrickone of the costliest and most magnificent churches in America Its cornerstone was laid in 1858 by Arch bishop Hughes The site it occupies was purchased in 1820 for 5500 today the land valuation exceeds six million and the cost of the Cathedral brings the total value of the site and residence above ten million dollars Within the archIepIscopal res idence with its gray walls and carved Gothic doors peacean atmosphere of devotion reigns su preme The large drawingroom is furnished sedately with quaint red velvet chairs and sofas the high walls are hung with imposing por traits of princes of the church of other days and from their carved pedestals the marble faces of Pope Cardinal and Archbishop look calmly down Over all is the prevailing sense of deep serenity Some minutes after you have been announced the heavy portieres at the entrance to the room are parted and His Grace the Archbishop enters He wears a scarlet fronted purple cassock nnd about his shoulders is a heavy gold chain from which hangs a gold cross of exquisite workmanship A ring sea with a great pale amethyst sign of episcopal authority glitters from his hand as he motions you smilingly to a chair The man is as Impressive as his surroundings but genialIl1unanltthe charm of his personality the spell of his Intellect and character He has a fine rosy wholesome face at broad full brow and Roman nose his head Is covered with snow white- hall and crowned with the purple zuchetto The first impression you gain of him is that of great gentle ness and piety hut a flash of the eye now and then and a clear incisive tone reveal the fact that the priestly habiliment simply cloaks the spirit of the church militant In the end you carry away with you nn impression of a mail of patient purpose of unflagging energy and inflexible will Archbishop Parleys not an Amen can by birth though he is by train ing He was born in Armagh Ire mind in 1842 and came to this coun try when but seventeen years of age He began his official career as private secretary to Cardinal Me Closkey and rose rapidly to the rank of a representative man as may be judged from his appointment as Vicar General under Archbishop Cor rigan Later he was made Auxiliary Bishop of New York and in 1902 was elected Archbishop of the Xew York diocese While Auxiliary Bishop he secured the active cooperation of many Catholic millionaires who had previously manifested but little inter est in works of charity Among the laymen active in the affairs of th r dlcesetoda nay be noted John P Crimmlns A A IMillbin Bourke Cockran J Forbes Hennessey Charles M Schwab Frederick R Coudert Morgan J Otlrlon and time Oliver Iselln P J Collier and Peter U Martin families The future with respect to Arch bishop Farley and to the organization which he directs presents opportuni tits and possibilities which dazzle the Inisginatioiv During the past semi tury the Roman Catholic chuivh lens one to stand triumphantly for civic order for the welding together of people of hilled tongues as a great conservative force maintaining tine safety of a new civilization For that reason above all others in view of its past achievement its futures illimitable THOUSANDS Will Witness Omahas New Cathedral Cornerstone Laying The greatest event in time Catholic history of Nebraskn will occur on Sunday October 6 at Omaha when twenty Bishops and 400 priests will- ie present at the cornerstone laying of Bishop Scannells new Cathedral there The gathering of Catholic clergy on this occasion will be the largest ever known in the West Archbishop Ireland of St Paul will deliver the dedication sermon and many other high church prelates will assist In the services Arrangements have been completed for special trains from many points which are expected to bring in from 10000 to 20000 Nebraska Catholics The sere monies at the Cathedral will begin at 3 oclock and will follow the arrival of the great religious proces sion from the downtown section of tIle city HONOR FOR AVALSH Henry F Walsh who has been appointed Attorney General of Ten nessee is one of the most prominent lawyers of Memphis For years he has been identified with Irish affairs in his State and the news of his selection was received with a general expression of satisfaction BIGGEST BATTLESHIP Americas biggest battleship will be called the New York and the armored cruller that now bears that name wlll be rechristeried the Sara o f fll toga This 20000ton warship a sister to the Delaware has been left unnamed because there Were only two names available Utah and Nortl Dakota As an act of Congress require that battleships be given the names of States the Navy Department was in a quandary as to wha to do neither of the aforename enouiImportancefinest battleship named after them By transferring the names the probe hem was solved mud the Xew York lIs now the big battleshi- pWANT INITIATION Division 4 Has Twenty Candi dates Awaiting the Degrees It was proven conclusively on Mon day evening that Division 4 A O H is surely coming into its own the at tendance being the best the division line hind in a year and th6 financial receipts the largest in that length of time which is remarkable consider ing the fact that no notices were sent out for that particular meeting At every meeting lately there line been obligatedIlImlCounty Board to hold an initiation the latter part of November when Division 4 will In all probability have over twenty candidates as they have about that ninny applications on hand at the present time President Joseph P McGinn appointed Harry J Brady as Vice Pres- Ident and Charles Callahan as Inside Sentinel in the absence of the regular incumbents The visiting committee reported Michael Welsh and Alonzo Mitchell on the sick list null Will Reardon as recovering Short talks were made by John J Winn Austin Walsh Robert Mitchell and Joseph L Lenihan who delivered n short ad dress on the good accomplished by the Catholic Federatio- nANOTHER JUBILEE Mackin Council Starts Move to Celebrate Y M I Anniversary The Young Mens Institute will next spring celebrate the silver jubilee or twentyfifth anniversary of its foundation Hire In Louisville the councils of the three Falls Cities will observe the event with special services Tuesday night there was n great crowd at tine meeting of Mackin Council when a full and free discussion was held the consensus of opinion being tint there should be a fitting celebration of the anniver sary With this object in view President Sand appointed Messrs George J Lautz Miarles Raidy am William Krrberg a special committee to confer with Trinity Satoll find Unity Councils and arrange a jubilee programme in which the four corm cils will take part All together they can make it one of the greatest Catholic events of recent years Three applications were received end all candidates were ordered ti be present on October 15 for initia tion The members hoard with regret of the continued Illness of Clarence Cook who is confined to his horn on College street The feature of the evening was the address delivered by Justin Walsh who took rove for his subject handling it in a manner that stamps him n past master in the art NARROW ESCAPE Well Known Fhystcan Hurt When Horse Ran Away Dr A Itr Bizot one of Louisvilles best known physicians was the victim of a runaway accident Mon lay evening in which he sustained a serious cut on the head and had an almost miraculous escape from fatal injury While coming up Chestnut street from the University of Louis ville where he is a member of the faculty the horse he was driving became frightened and started to run away Dr Bizot used every effort to stop the animal but the breaking II bncl strap at Seventh street still further alarmed time frightened horse which increased its speed until Sixth street was reached where it turned with awful force into the stone curb in front of Cradles undertaking es tablishment Dr Blzot was thrown to the pavement and when assistance reached him he was found uncon scions with a painful gash in his forehead Luckily the horse stumbled and fell otherwise the earring wheels would have run over the prostrate form with perhaps fatal results Bystanders immediately came to the rescue holding the horse ando tricating Dr JJizot from his position He was removed to his office at Seventh and Walnut and his friends arc glad that he is able to be about as usual- WATERMELON FEAST Albert Schrelver one of the letter terriers of Station D entertained ltii fellow office force with a watermelon feast one day this past week hnvin secured several large juicy melon treatChoseSchwab Charles S Raldy Georgi Hershey Burline Brinley Roy Me Cracken Joseph Edrlngton Jame Dunn Joseph WInstead Albert Schrelver and William Renaud whc acted as master of ceremonies All of the residents in the Western dis net were puzm1d to account for the heavy looking appearance of their respective carriers that afternoon I POPEPIUSM- ourning the Death of His Only Surviving Brother Angelo Pontiff Has Remained Firm in Refusal to Favor His Relatives Rough Road For Those WhorHave No Business in Rome I TO BE BURIED BESIDE RELATIVES Associated Press dispatches from Rome bring news that rope Pius thedeathbrotherAngeloThursdayatsecond death among the lopes rela hisbrotherInlawat Riese recently All audiences have theropecisterntoInformbrotherheld thetimeof Venice reofnsedto resign his humble position In met it is said that the Pope himself spurred him to this resolution in order to Ikeep clear of any charge of nepotism Time Parolins at Ricsi continued to attend to the management of their osteria or public road house scantylivingLives Plus X called to Rome afterlime election were two maiden sisters whom he installed in an apartment in 1 the Piazza Rustlcucci facing tho Vatican Palace and a niece Gilda who occasionally spends several weeks with her aunts and visits the Pope Time Popes sisters have theirjiji apartment connected by telephonevwith the Vatican but of late have not paid visits to their exalted brother as often as they did formerly y Many of the prelates of the Curia and some of the Cardinals criticise the action of Plus X in not confer ring honors on his near relatives They recall the fact that Plus IXj heaped honors on his nephews ami the late Pope made Count Pecci Com nander in Chief of the Noble GuardIwPius X would have none of this and limited himself to assist with funds his humble relatives so that r they could live in comparative dig PopeJust one of his Parolin nephews who is taking A course of studies at a Northern seminary in order to be admitted to the priesthood The nephew who is about fourteen years of age mingles with the other boys at Ills college + Time Popes wishes that ho be given no special consideration arc complied withIt is the general idea in Vatican circles that Pius X will arrange that after his death his body be taken to his native town and buried beside those of his relatives instead of fol lowing the custom of centuries thattburial be made in one of the great basilicas of the Eternal City Time Xew York Worlds special correspondent sends a rather queer statement to that journal saying that at the request of the Vaticanlthe Government has instructed the police to arrest all priests monks t and nuns not entitled to wear clerical dress who do so It is the general opinion here that this move is not made against fake priests or nuns only but line a higher significance For three years Pope Pius X has been trying to rid Rome of priests who had no business connection with the Congregationr and had not come to this city for the purpose of study ing ecclesiastical sciences in the mini versitiesHundreds of priests belonging to other dioceses than Rjme and many of them foreigners were thus driven back to their original dioceses but scores of them are still here am refuse to leave the Eternal CitJ They have all been suspended froil their priestly duties at the order ol the Vatican but this has only nisei to their misery because they are un able to make a living and some of them have had to resort to lay occu pations in order to make both ends meet Offenders will now be 3 to their original dioceses or to t frontier If foreigners In the company of gendarmesa JOHN BURNS DEAD John Burns seventytwo yens and employed on the L N forced to retire by his advanced died Thursday or the home of brotherinlaw John Murray 14 Baxter avenue Deceased was wldelj known among railway employes arid officials and was lucid in high estjwif He is survived by four child en whl are aJl grown His funeral v ill tall place this morning JRAISING RAPIDLY Rev Father Charles OHirn recently appointed vice rector of American College at Rome is twentysix years of age and was dained only last year He U asat I of Chicago end at present Jaspre ing to take the degree of Bo3 of Theology JSCEWOTUO IRISH ImRIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN e Devoted to tho Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Pottoiflce a SecondClass natter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oren St UNION TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1907 ENCOURAGING The Kentucky Irish American would be ungrateful did it not acknowledge the friendship and good work of JD Hurdlss of Ashlnn one of the foremost Hibernians lu the State and d man of whom his cii may well feel proud Mr Burdiss hns fi sent us a long list of subscribers with the cash and a most encourogir otter Ills Is the right way to help n good cause alongnn it la earnestly hoped that many other will follow his most worthy example In this way Kentuckywill soon build tup n paper that will be excelled by noi of its competors in the older or 111 Ire populous States For his words of cheer and substantial aid we returl1 our most sincere thanks hoping 1lie will live to read the Kentucky Irlsb a American for many years to come CHINAAND JAPAN Dispatches from Pekin say that the recent labor troubles at Vancouve and their outcome are being follow with much interest in the far Eust where an analogous problem has arisen between China and Japai Many in this country who would admit Asiastic labor will be some what surprised to learn that the Mikado will not tolerate American labor within his dominions A Japanese imperial ordinance of Jul 27 1899 rigorously forbids all foreigners whether European American or Chinese from working iIn Japan as laborers in agriculture fishing mining manufacturing and other classes of industry outside tile narrow residential settlements defined in former treaties except Iby special permission of the 10c1l authorities Such permission however Is never given Since the Vancouver disturbance Sir Wilfred Lauri Sr the Canadia Premier has received a request from the Dominion Trades and Labc Congress that notice be given to abrogate the Japanese treaty and that meantime the importation io Japanese be kept down to the nun ber arranged for some time ago between both countries WHAT MAN MEANS Before every man whatever l1ls station in life there rises the one fiver present and ever imperative iIn- spiration I am a man He may wear the coarse livery of the laborer and his hands may be calloused wit unremunerative toil but he is a man nevertheless Misfortune mny beall him the sleet may beat in his face and the floods may sweep ovcr his little heritage but in his breast there is the voice of a prophet which tells him he is more than tho1e things There is says the Hochcste Catholic Citizen a something in him which rises like a rock out of the deep sea and in some calm momen h God will show him where to drop anchorHe be tempted but lie shout not forget that he is a man with Gods image stamped upon him 1Ie may bo inclined to do a mean thing but if he have a mans true spirit he will not weaken Insofar as he stoops to dishonor wraps himself in selfishness or is forgetful of the re spect he owesto another by so much has he withdrawn from his secure defences In business or by the way in the home or in public concourse where duty calls or pleasure weaVes her garlands let him keep faith with the best there is in him and hold Invincibly to the gospel of God and manhood ATMISTAKABLE UNDESIRABLES We want no people in this country who regard their native land as oi supreme importance and who devote their time and money other objects than the good of the country ritheh adoption Men who are djs 5sed to consider Chinese Institutions as superior to ours or liberty lovers Who fancy that the struggles of Armenia are a vital matter or war b persons who think fealty to the Tldo the main thing are noted here and their presence in fe nUmb l3 must prove a menaoc out institutions Oriental peoples whether from China or Armenia when they reaci ihla country show a strong dlsposi ion toT form cliques cr companies to erform acts which disregasd our lifiy The Chinese are especially ptuous of our mode of dls Ing justice and whenever pose they administer a code of their Pn which satisfies them far better ban anything we are able to provide Armenians appear to be built tathe same lines They maintain olutlonary committees which iss the rich of their race who made their home in the United 1- u 2 States and if We latter fall to re ppond they are assassinated It looks likeplain murder to us but doubtless they consider that they have as good a right to regulate their own aUalrs ns we have and they act according Immigrants whose minds operate along these lines are certain to recruit the ranks of undesirab citizens and to do it speedily St Michaels church Brook street which will observe its anniversary on St Michaels day September 20 and conclude it on Monday has a record of fortyfour years of usefulness In the city of Louisville From the first rector in the days of long ago to tthc short but superb leadership of the Rev Martin OConnor the present pastor the history of St Michael has been replete with Christian ien terprise and civic interest and tbe solemn exercises tomorrow will be in keeping with its glorious past Thus far the Second International Peace Congress has accomplish nothing and adjournment will be roon had without the adoption of an measures tending to either the pre vention of war or the peace of the world All that the delegates hae done during the many months they have been in session is to talk and 1t is now admitted that the conferen will be barren of results What return will the taxpayer receive from the vast sums of money Mayor Bingham has had placed at his personal disposal The Board of dermen should put a crimp in tbe ordinance appropriating another 10000 at least until they learn what iis being done with the 30000 already placed in the Mayors ln11ls The investigation of the charges against Dr Bradley for several yea Live Stock Inspector should be most thorough and if found guilty he and ill others implicated in the sale of dlseased meats should receive the severest sentence the law imposes Some try reform after failing at everything else Louisville has Iiits share of such THEATRICAL The White Hen last season New York Casino success with Louis Mann and a company of sixty iin eluding a beauty chorus willopt Monday at Mncauleys and continue for the first half of the week Advanced vaudeville continues Ito gain public favor at the Mary Andei son The bill for next week is a splendid one the feature being Lee Harrison and his Broadway Girls which will give the audience a correct idea of what it means to train a nun ber of persons for appearance upon the stage Dorothy Vernon of Hadden Hall vill be the bill at the MasonI Theater next week This is the first line that this beautiful romanti Irama has been offered at popula prices and the event should attrac treat crowds during the engagement rho play is said to be admirabl staged and to be presented byasplendid cast headed by the youni motional actress Blanca West Another pleasing bill of contlnuou raudevllle will be given at the Hop dns next week Fifteen highclas acts have again been booked and hey will serve to introduce such wel known and favorite entertainers as 2mma Francis and her Arabs Emmi artridge whose wonderfully success Iul engagement of five weeks ai soloist at Fontaine Ferry Park the past summer is well remembered Lana Selbini a noted French danseuse Masslas OConnor expert palmist and card manipulator Musical Wolfe Robert Yuill and Marti 3oyd singers and dancers and man titer noted vaudeville stars I n I GOOD FOR NEW YORK The Catholic parochial schools of New York reopened last Monday week There are now in the greater Ity 149 Catholic free elementary chools and three free high schools In Manhattan the Bronx and IUch fond there are eightyone schools and in Brooklyn and Queens in the diocese of Brooklyn sixtyeight schools In 1000 there were 93OOC hlldren in attendance at these schools Incomplete returns show that this year there Is a large in cease In all of them so that final complete records probably will show that 100000 pupils are registered in the Catholic schools of the city Five more new schools are being erected and will be ready this or next year WINCHESTER Incidental to the beautiful Forty Hours devotions at St Josephs Lurch In Winchester the Rev Will lam B Ryan preached a powerful sermon Sunday night on the Real Presence to an audience which was mlted only by the size of the arch A feature of the closing serves was a procession of the first communion class the girls attired in white with wreaths and veils while tne Blessed Sacrament was being carrIed to the final repository DEMOCRATIC TICKET I United States Senator J C W BECKHAM Governor- S W HAGEB Lieutenant Governor SOUTH THIMBLE Secretary of Statey HUBEIIT VREELAND Auditor- HENRY BOSWORTH Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON Attorney General JOiN K HENDRICKS Superintendent Public Instruction M 0 WINFREY Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN CIIENAULT Railroad Commissioner CHARLES C McCIIOR- DOWENSBORO Sarto Council Is Moving Alona Nicely With Social- Affairs The Owensboro correspondent of the Kentucky Irish American writes that everything is moving along nicely In Catholic circles there and nil look for a successful winter Tuesday evening of this week the Ladles Auxiliary entertained the members of Santo Council Y M I with a euchre and dance at the clubrooms There was a large crowd i In attendance and the evening was greatly enjoyed by all present The prizes were won by MissI Isabel Bosler and August Graf A luncheon mid smoker will be the next feature The date for this affair is October 2 the night of the next business meeting of Santo Council and the first in the quarter Sartos baseball team is now tlcd for first place in the city league and will make a strong fight for the pennant They have been putting upa fine game behind their new pitcher and if they hold their pace they w1l1 undoubtedly win out RECENT DEATHS Monday morning the remains iof little Hazel Conner daughter of J L and Mary Fisher 2C56 Alford ave avenue were laid to rest in 8t Michaels cemetery The child had been ill but a short time and her deathcame as a shock to both par ents and relatives Tuesday morning the soul of Irs Mary E Geher Schneider passed to eternity leaving the bereaved Inn band John Schneider and five ch- idren to mourn her death Mrs Schneider was fortythree years old and had been ill but a short time The funeral took place from the res Idence 1007 East Green street with a requiem mass at St Boniface chard on Thursday morning Thomas and Estelle OBrien 713 East Walnut arc mourning the loss of their fouryearold daughte Estelle upon whom deaths hand was laid Sunday evening She was an exceedingly bright child and her taking off has cast a deep gloor over the home where many called to express sympathy for the bereave parents funeral services over the remains were held Tuesday afternooi at St Johns Clay and Walnut Sunday morning Andrew Vanover aged thirtytwo years and a well known iron worker answered the final summons and Tuesday morning his funeral took place from St Michaels church Deceased was the son of Mrs Annie Vanover 110 Han ock street with whom he resided and a brother of Michael Vanover lie was on industrious and affectionate son and his death is a sad bereavement to the aged mother The funeral of Miss Anna Fole ook place Saturday morning iron St Michaels church of which she was a devout member Though ill lor a long tIme her death was tia severe ehnoV tf the zvlla olroln of riends by whom she was greatly admired Miss Foley was thirtytw years old and the daughter of Mrs Jridget Foley 823 East Jefferson street Besides her mother sheaves two brothers Tim and Dart obey and three sisters Mrs Agnes Voolford Mrs Patrick Sheehan and Jiss Katie Foley With feelings of the most sincere egret the many friends of Robert L and Mary Fisher 2556 Alford ave nue learned of the death of their only son Lee Fisher Jr after a lingering illness borne with reo aarkable patience and fortitude eceascd was seventeen years old and the bereaved parents looked to his future with the highest hopes A evoted and loving son his cheery imposition and marked brightness node happy the home now rendered Isolate by cruel deaths His funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St eclllas church and was very largely attended BRYAN IS COMING The Democratic State Campaign Committee announces the coming of rilliam Jennings Bryan who will spend two days in a tour of the State for the Democratic ticket He w1l1 leave this city on the morning of October 7 on a special train peaking at the principal points between here and RussellTllle From ussellvlllo the train will go to wensboro The second day will be spent on the Illinois Central between enderson and Fulton The last speech will be made at Murray n 4t SOGIETY i Miss Josle Haley has been visiting the Misses Curley at Smithfield Miss Adele Albrecht and father of Portland are in Minneapolis for a visit of several weeks Mrs P T Cain and children are home from Smithfield where they visited Mr and Mrs T Curley Miss Nan Burke of Jeffersonvlll is in Washington Davis county 1 for an extended visit with relatives Mrs E B Miller who was the guest of Mrs Mary Shea line returned to her home at Central City Mlsd Katherine Reedy has been having as her guest at her home iat Crescent hilt Miss Edith Rice iof Chicago Mrs John Malone and family have returned to their home in the Highlands after spending the summer in Michigan Mrs J J Donohue Coral avenue has been having as her guest her mother Mrs John Donohue iof Covington Mss Mary Pilcher of the hiph lands left last week for Knoxvlll 111 to resume her studies at I St Marys College Mr and Mrs Ben Hlllerlch of nttsburg are visiting Mr Hillerich parents Mr and Mrs A Hillerich iat 1512 West Oak street Dan H Russell Democratic nom inoe for Sheriff has returned from a business trip to New York City Miss Maymc Higgins of the Boul yard had as her guests for the lat week Misses Margaret and Stella Terry and Bessie Hodges of Noun Mrs N A Holzer of Madison Ind returns home tomorrow after a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs W T Burke of 1124 Seventeenth street Mr and Mrs P J McLaughlin who were here to visit Mr and Mrs l1ugh Van Arsdall in Portland have returned to their home at Bardstown Mrs William Grimes of 721 Ele cnth street New Albany left Mondf morning for Danville 111 where swill visit relatives for several weeks Miss Maggie Murphy has returnell to her home in Kokomo Ind after spending some time in Jeffersonvil with Mrs Mary Burke and artln Conroy Miss Mary Elsie Breen daughter iof John Breen who has been spending n month at Jasper Ind will return today to her home at Mooresvill near New Albany The ninny friends of Patric Heffernan and Mary OKeefe will ibc agreeably surprised by the announcement of their marriage wMclt occurred Thursday tMiss Mamie Keaney of the Highlands and Mrs Kate Graves of St Louis spent Saturday and Sundayat St Marys visiting Mrs Graves 6On who is a student at the college there The numerous friends of Mrs Louis Rabenecker Sixteenth and Walnu will be gratified to learn that she Is recovering from an illness that 11l1s confined her to the hospital for se eral weeks Mrs Luther Scanlan of Oakdal utertainetl two fair guests last weel Hiss Mae Scanlon of Hiirdinsburj and Miss Mae Wallace of Gallatii Tenn who received much social attention while here Mrs J T OConnell of Eminence who was last week the guest of Mrs- W A Williams in South Louisville was entertained at a delightful supper given in her honor by Misses Gertrude and Loretta Langan James A Broderlck and Miss Alice T Cronin were granted license and were united in the holy bonds of wedlock on Tuesday They ore wel cnown and the best wishes of a hos of friends follow them into theii lew life D Kaltenbachnr an old veteran f the civil war spent Tuesday will riends here while en route to his home at Shelbville after attending the annual reunion of the Sixtyfifth Indiana Volunteer Infantry at PrInceton Edward J Daltons legion of riends and acquaintances will regret to learn that he has been compeller1- to go to Battle Creek Mich for hi ealth They all hope the change will rove beneficial and that he will soon turn fully recovered In the presence of alarge gather Ing of friends Miss Veronica Turner and William Conlen popular res- Idents of New Albany were united In marriage Wednesday morning nt- Holy Trinity church Rev Father urran officating at the nuptial mass and performing the ceremony The marriage of Joseph W Fontana and Miss Lillian M Brukcr was uletly solemnized Wednesday morn Ing at the Cathedral Rev Dr Schuh mann officiating at the ceremony which was witnessed by only Immediate relatives The happy pair are now spending their honeymoon in Ohio The Good Will Social Club opened its season last week at the home of- Miss Tillie Cuniff 1708 West Chestnut street and a pleasant evening was spent at euchre Favors were Yarded Messrs William Noone Edward Gilmore Thomas Gllligan and MIsses Mary Cuniff Katie Grimes and Mary Nicoulln Miss Katie Grimes will be the hostess of the club on Thursday October 3 A pleasant social event was the mIscellaneous shower given by Miss Julia Hession uf her home 1713 Daird street in honor of Miss Lizzie shley and Joseph Carroll whoso StImifacet C yi u lightful luncheon was served and Miss Hession proved a most charming hostess Among the guests present were Misses Katie Ritz Darbara Ballman Maud Horned Irena IJelblg Nettle Kleir Mary Manion Itotie Coleman Tillie Ritz Margaret l1es slon Bettle Baird and Messrs Den Wilms and Robert Hessian HEART DISEASE FATAL Michael Cronen Stricken Suddenly In Presence of Sister Michael Conner thirty years of age suffered a sudden attack ot heart trouble Wednesday eenlng and dropped dead at his home 923 East Walnut street Up to within a few days before his death he had seemed in good health and lied been known to complain of a pain in 111s1 side only a few times On account of the suffering caused him in t11ls manner he called on a physician and was prescribed for on account of idis- ease of the heart The fatalottacl struck him while he was in the fame ily room waiting for supper and hc fell upon the floor in a stupor III sister Miss Anna Conner rushed to his side but he was unconscious IIe died within two minutes Conner was formerly engaged as a candy maker with the firm of Mcnne Co and went to work Wcdnusdi1 but returned home before dinner 1n account of feeling ill He is survheJ by his sister Anna and brother John Conner the three having iell together for a number of years HOUSE SHOW NEXT WEEK The Louisville Horse Show one of the great events of the year in this city will open Monday night at ithe Armory and continue throughout Ithe week Last years show was a popular success the popular prices at tracting all classes of citizens 1h show this year will surpass its prede censors and it is claimed will equnl the one seen yearly at Dublin an recognized as the most famous 111 Europe The seats have been arranged so that all who attend will have a perfect view of the ring where will be seen the most notel horses of this country and Canat Much interest will attach to the ex hlblts made by the mounted force 01 the police department and the mem hers and horses of the fire depa ment CANT STAND TEBEAU The base ball season of 1007 is nOl a thing of the past and although u fair degree of success was attain under the guidance of Preside Thomas A Barker still the fac1 remains that the taint attached t the team by George Tebeaus cannel tion was too big a handicap t overcome A majority of the fam here will never be able to enthuse al long as Tebeau continues his dogIn themanger policy and the soonel he realizes that the only proper stoI is for him to dispose of his holding to the citizens here it will be beUC for all concerned as it is bellcvi that President Barker and Manag Chlvington could accomplish wont with a liberal management behii them THREE DAYS IIAKAR A three days bazar for the beneW of St Pauls new school will be gler Tuesday Wednesday and Thursda November 2C 27 and 28 in the sate hall at 1828 Jackson street betwei Kentucky and St Catherine Th tickets now on sale entitle holde to a chance on twelve different or tides of value An elegant supper wH be served every evening and a bl turkey supper on the closing nigh which will be Thanksgiving day Re father Yorks new school is a valuable and necessary addition in th1 district and patronage of his bazll1 ivill be a worthy act of charity LEG CUT OFF Henry A J Pals tile well know Iyer and cleaner who was last weel1 run over by a street car at Twent ifth and Market and had a narro scape from death had to suffer tH amputation of his leg This was necessary to prevent blood poisonIng Jr luls is now at his home where he is making satisfactory progrei oward recovery from his injuries hough it will be a long time before bls friends will see him out again CAPT SHEEHAN HURT Capt Gregory Sheehan of the No 4s was painfully injured while fight- Ing the fire that destroyed the Peerless foundry plant Tuesday nigh apt Sheehan and his men were on top of the pattern building when the roof under him gave way and he fell through being so badly hur bout the legs that he had to be akcn to his home in a cab Luckil his injuries were not serious and he w1ll soon be on duty SURPRISE FOR PONTRICTI Nlc Pontrich the well known florist arrived home safe Wednes day after spending three months in ParIs and Europe His friends were prepared for his return and assembled that evening in large numbers at- his home 612 East Ormsby avenue and tendered him a most happy and agreeable surprise and welcome Hii trip abroad was full of pleasant inc lents but he was glad to again stand In Kentucky BUYS OLD STAND Thomas camfield for some years associated with Edward J Dalton al Floyd and Main has bought the slnnd there that hiss stood longer than any other In the city the latter reUring because of ill health Mr imfield is one of the best known and most popular young men in the eastern section of the city and hit friends are assured cordial treatment wnen they call to see him TOURING EUROPE stews was received here this week that Mr and Mrs Edward J OBrien Bnd son Edwin had just completed n- vIsit to France and Switzerland and then left for Rome They state that they are having a fine trip and are enjoyIng good health STEWART DRY GOODS CO Duslneu Established Sixty Years Etf fbE I SILK PETTICOATS Third Floor- AUTUMNS SILK PETTICOAT STYLES IN THE NEW SHADES AND FANCY COLORED EFFECTS Showing the seasons newest shades changeable effects and black or white Petticoats made of an extra fine quality of silk an extra valueSpecial price 500 New line of the best Simon Silk Petticoats in all the new shades fo match this seasons popular colors in costumes also full line of black and whiteSpecial price 600 Full assortment of extra size Black Silk Petticoats in best quality of silkPrice 750 Fancy Silk Petticoats in a large assortment of new shades for the Horse Show costumesPrices range 900 to 3500 I HOSIERYMainFloor LIBERAL REDUCTIONS AND SPLENDID HOSIERY VALUESri FOR THIS WEEKS SELLING Boys and Girls School StockingsA special lot of Fast black Cotton School Stockings with doudle knees sizes 5 to 9 12 25c qualitySpecial 19c a pair A special lot of Stockings for boysheavy ingrain cotton double splicings all sizes 6 to 10 sold up to 75c a pairMarked 35c a pair 3 for 100 WOMENS HOSIERY SPECIAL I 50 Dozen Black Cotton Hose with white maco split sole made with double splicing a regular 35c qual ity all sizesSpecial 25c a pair STEWART DRY GOODS CO ut CONNECTION WITH LAMED IteCKElY fc CO KW Yom INCORPORATED I INDEPENDENT ANTITRUST SOWDERS COI INCORPORATED Fish Oysters Poultry and Game JAMES SOWDERS Mgr Cumb Phone Maln 190 Home Phone 4950 125 W JEFFERSON l t Horse Show I t Ii AT T- HEARMORY It e Ii r i 6th and Walnut Sept 30 Oct 12345I SALVAlOR Davenports Arabian a Horses With Arabian Keepers Trappings Etc RESERVED SEATS 50c 75c and 1 The Idea HOPKINS Family Theater CONTINUOUS SHOW From I130 to 1030 p m H10AsSVAUDEVILLE ACTS15 102030C Ne Higher Ill = tULEYSMo- nday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee LOUIS MANN InLITHE WHITE HE- NPARIPHOENIX HILL Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials OutingsT- his beautifuj park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts I J re ORDER YO- URCOAL FROM Dougherty Lanning Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 FOR Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER f 419 W MARKET STREET FPICB HOURS SUNDAYS B TO 6 9 TO 12 DONTYOU WANTG- ood Dental work dons for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You weadvertiseDR HtJJ COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STRE- ETTHOMPSONC Be FLORIST SPECIALTYFLORAL 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt 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STREETShort1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 11 I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I A isFHHtHITHOMAS KEENAN EmbalmerJ1 TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS a The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real onable For further particulars apply c MOTHER MARY IREGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle Ind Give your boys an education that will prepare them for lifer ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by tile Xaurian Brothers ClaMkal beieatlCc and Biutaesa Connet Preparatory Dto partmentLarge Swlmml Pool oVen qneCOysuiAifata Terms Moderate Bro Jams r PETER M RNINIOi SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE 8LOUIS WABNITZ COJ Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week0eneral- News Notes The degrees of the order were con ferred on n large class last Sunda at Trenton Friday night Division 3 will nee at First and Market when the pro gramme for the jollification will be announcedThe Auxiliary meeting will1 be held Wednesday night next and we learn that a number of interest ing report will be made Tim Minneapolis Hibernian ball team has a record of fourteen vie tories and five defeats a very cred itable showing for the first year Division 3 will meet Thursday night President Coleman wants t see the hall filled as there will be a discussion of the Indianapolis trip When Division 16 was Instituted lost month in Jersey City seVentysls members were initiated into the order and received their four degrees Less than eight years organized Division 18 of Salem Mass has begun work on its 12000 home which will be ready for occupancy i February Dunkirk Hibernians have united to make the production there of Dan Sullys famous play a big success They will give part of the proceeds to St Marys church Members of Division 1 are now ex upbuilding gin the work now and have a big initiation after the holidays Ladies Auxiliary 8 of St Paull added another large class to their number Monday night and cele brated after the meeting wfth a social session and refreshments Acting ns escort for the Her Dean Hickey the Hibernian Rifles pre seated a splendid appearance in th parade that preceded the laying of the cornerstone of the new Hun garian church at Dayton Ohio Division 4 will have the next initia tion and it is safe to predict that it will surpass any yet seen under the new ritual The men from Limerick have a style that is nil their own and hard to equal There is o good deal of friendly rivalry between the divisions of St Louis for the silk banner offered by the State officers to the one securing the most members before January 1 Already several are claiming the prizeAt the last meeting in October a class of sixty candidates will be Initiated into the division at Mil waukee This will make 160 members added to the division since January 1 raising the membership to the 500 markOn the occasion of the opening of the literary season of the Milwaukee Ladies Auxiliary on October 28 Irelands present political outlook will be considered with special refer ence to the strength and weakness of the Sinn Fein theory Former State President John P Murphy of Norwich who for twenty six years has been a leader among Connecticut Hibernians was the guest of honor at the State Board meeting President Philip Sullivan presented the venerable former President a handsome gold watch beautifully engraved as an expres sion of the love and appreciation of the State organization to the Nestor who has fought the battles of the order for more than a quarter of n century GOOD NIGHT KISS Always send your child to bed hap py Whatever cares may trouble your mind give the dear child a warm good night kiss as it goes to its pillow The memory of this in the stormy years which may be in store for the ittle one will be like Bethlehems star to the bewildered shepherds and welling up in the hearts will rise the thought My father my mother loved mel Lips parched with fever will become dewy again at this thrill of tender memories Kiss your lit tle child before it goes to sleep TRINITY COUNCIL IIsothing nut oftb ordinary trans TrinityCouncilness transacted being only of a routine nature There was a fair attendance and some interesting remarks Upon motion a special com autIlOritytoment in the near future and it is ex pected they will report next week CHURCH AND CENSUS The magnificent new church that Rev Father Reiter and the good people of Latonia are building on Church street Is now getting under accomplisnedtherapidly to completion Father Reiter and the Trustees have also been taking the parish consus and when the figures are published Latonias Catholic growth will surprise many BAPTIST JIADE INSANE The Rev J D Hooker who has had charge of several Baptist churches in the Owensboro vicinity and Is the candidate of the Prohibitionists for Lieutenant Governor was this week placed In the Beechhurst Sanitarium where he is confined as a subject of suicidal mania Since his nomination he has lost his mind and made several attempts to take his life IIEMAIUCAIJLE PROCESSION Old men and young men through out the Newark diocese will rally un der the banner of the Holy Name on Sunday October 13 when a publIc procession against blasphemy will be registered by marching thousands It is confidently expected that the demonstration this year will even ex ceed the remarkable one of last year Silk may be restored by sponging and while quite damp It should be rolled on a broomstick and left until quite dry Silk should never be ironed II SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly ThomyasI Keenan Jr Cushtk TreasurerCharles J Finegan Sergeantatanns James Doran DIVISION 2 ects on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaa ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and IlalnPresldentJllmes Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris HessionnTreasurer Daalel J Dougherty SergcantatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 1londaysIOdd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl- Utt oRecordingBurke Financial SecretaryW J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlhan SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Anabro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday HalleCounty President Lonls Constan tinePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y 3Vt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday EvenLgs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J Sand First Vice PresidentJohn T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside SentinelAdolphub Andriot Outside Sentinel Girge Bartsch Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICf CRfAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our compel tors 627633 EIGHTH ST HENRY AAIJJ PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED hone duo 528 Fifth Street Independent of All Undertakers KATIB AGNES SMITH LADY EMBAUMBR Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 620W St Catherine Both Phones HINTS ON STYLE In Paris street dresses and suits are being made with the threequarter glovesSimplewear are both more comfortable and morefussyA new millinery conceit is the trimming of stiffbrimmed hats with huge bows of lace whose loops are wired to a fixed stiffness The graceful kimono sleeves will be used as much as ever this fall gownstheseenThe fall hat to be smart must be handmade Frames may be made or remodeled from stock goods so long as individuality is produced The art required lies in the shaping of the brim The cutaway coat always means a certain jaunty style that is apt to be very generally becoming and just now it is the smartest of nil smart things and bids fair to be indefinitely prolongedSeparate coats of tan covert or of storm serge are serviceable for school girls The backs of some of these coats are cut on the simplest sack lines opening slightly at the nock finished with a shawl collar faced with velvet- Semifitted jackets are in high favor this season as they are more becoming to young girls than the tight fitting styles The length of the coats is the most noticeable change in suits these being con siderably longer than those worn last year I t J IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The weather of late has been all that could be desired and farmers are looking forward to a better harvest than was expected The corn clop is ripening fast and in a few instances some plots have been cut The other day a pike which turned the scales at thirtyeight pounds and is said to be the largest ever cap tured In County Qavan was caught In the Fnrnhnm lakes fishery It was over five feet In length with a girth of three feet Much regret was felt at Ballytrain at tlte demise of Michael Larkin which took place at an early age and rather unexpectedly as deceased was previousTheattended to Lough Egish cemetery IDcep regret was felt in Cavan and vicinity when it became known that the Hon Edward Saunderson Maxwell brother of Lord Farnham hod passed to the bourne from whence none returneth Only three weeks before his mother Dowager Lady Farnham was laid to rest in the new cemetery at Kilmore The death is announced of Thomas Clarke which took place nthis- I residence Trimgate street Xnvan on Saturday The deceased had been well In health up to quite recently and the news of his death came as a shock to all who knew him A good pious Catholic kind and generous to the poor he was one of the pioneers of horsebrecding in the County Meath and many were the trophies which he won at the Meath and Dublin horse shows General regret is felt In Carrick macross at the departure of William Anderson and family from the Wey mouth grammar school to the DJsrneli endowed school at Rathvllly County Carlow Mr Anderson has filled the position of head master superintencIent under their management the school has had distinguished success in the examinations held by the Board of Intermediate Education Dallybaywhich occurred at his residence Drunmurish shortly after midday on Saturday Although the deceased had been in dccling health for some time past yet he was able to attend to his business and was moving about his residence up to within a short time previous to his death For over twenty years he was a faithful employe on the Ballybay estate where he made numerous friends The people of Carrickmacross parish have heard with deep feelings of regret the departure from McClearyCorduff first resident curate in Corduff which practically embraces the rural portion of the ancient parish and during his many years stay there made himself deeply attached to his devoted people He was zealous al ways for their spiritual wants and in the temporal walks of life was an able guide counsellor and friend A melancholy drowning fatality occurred at Carrickmacross on Satur day Shortly after noon word was given to the police that the body of a man was observed in LoughnaOlac subsequentlyidentified found by B J Duffy B L Archibald was for over five years employed In Carrickmacross as a hairdresser The sad tidings of his death came with much regret Coroner Thomas Dig nan held the inquest the jury bydrowningThe first Dundalk Showor rather the first of the new series as the publishers sayheld on Tuesday and Wednesday has been pronounced on all hands a remarkable success and patriotismthereverdict was on the whole deserved The show was indeed a surprise to the majoritywho anticipated noth ing so good and it was even more hopeditand district showed by their numbers displayedinpreparedtofor the development of Industry and agriculture In the town and county WILL WATCH AVELFARE Frank Martin who in company with Daniel Driscoll is attending St Charles College at Ellicott City Md to study for the priesthood writes his friends here that both are pro greasing in their studies and also having splendid times in their recreation hours ithe two already being ardent rooters for the crack base ball nine which is composed of students Both boys have many friends here who will watch their progress with interest and hope for them a succeso ful termination to their worthy vocation SEEK HOMES MERE More than 177000 British and Irish emigrants went to the United States and Canada during the last year ac cording to a London Board of Trade return issued Saturday The total is greater than that of any year since 1887 Canada received last year the largest number of emigrants 01000 nearly 30000 more than the previous highest total for the dominion PRAISE FOR CELTIC George Meredith whose literary activities are few nowadays has written a remarkable preface to a collection of poems by Dora Sigerson Some fine ballads of Miss Sigerson admirationand lightfully with ballad poetry and the Celtic mind RELIEF FOR CROUP Melt a small lump of butter in a serving spoon over the lamp Add a teaspoonful of common coal oil and pour slowly down the throat This to FRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone flaln 1913 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING 1 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 a TELEPHONE 452 LOITYt9vILLIDsK4- s PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TBLEPHONEJ8S0 q Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEERO- N SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 6 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOJ DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOIf1CORVaR- ATfiDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KVrf All the new Fall Styles and shapes can bo found hero at reasonable prices HENRY HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty nOMe Phase 4330 540 W WALNUT HEEEMAM BRO IMPORtJtRS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whlsldeaespecl- aliyPEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street gives Instant relief um Diamond Wall Plaster r eorIty guaranteed There is none Just J Kentucky Wall PlastfflIN- CORPORATED I BOTH PHONES 2267 lsrilleIAlso WaIPterWINES LIQUORS VALS SALOOIVAL Hot Lunch every morning fj to 1230 oclock 4iLSi VIT QXWBJJBJ iKytJO y IRISH ERIOrLMIr tc ll I I NEW AUTUMN STYLES SUITS and OVERCOATS- A Beautiful Array of New Fall Suits TOP COATS OVERCOATS and RAIN COATS Every Style i r Every Shade Represented 75O TO 25u n 4U West Market St THE BIG STORE Between V Fourth and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO I THE FARRAND =CECILIAN IS A PIANO ANY ONE CAN PLAY i You will not have to spend hours of practicing if you invest in a FARRANDCECILIAN Piano It is a highgrade PIANO with the wonderful Cecil ian mechanism contained in it making a combination- par excelleuce 4 Each and every member of the family can have just the class of munic 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 times if you place a FARRANDCECILIAN there If you have an old Piano we will take same as part payment on a Farrand Cecilian the balance you can pay in monthly installm- entsMONTENEQRORIEHM1 MUSIC CO 0 Incorporated OSSGOO FOURTH AVENUE dddXJUUtJUt NEW BLEND COFFEE 2 12 LBS 50c Premiums FreeOne of ThemA Handsome Clock Gold plated and lacquered movement guaranteed to give satisfaction for 10 years Save 24 New Blend coupons and get the clock Ask About Other PremiumsCOFFEE MULLOY ROASTER SHOOK Pboat 1311 B14 W ISIAreiCI T STREET fj oaasso FREE FREE FREEBEGINNING SEPT 2 jA u EurekaFIyer as long as they last will be given in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Better Made Excent 10cent 15 cent and 6 lb sacks r In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable fdr valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the children t4IStlTD6 Gilds6oYPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 9LS3t w Jefferson Street i8 II QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES sFor many years the Quick Meal ba been universally acknowledgeaas the best gu ran ge in the market They cook acountof1p morepnew Irn pr ovements this year will keep it in the front rank Hiring made our t priceti 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND AROEST AND BESTIN THE CITY L ITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated AND WORK A SPECIALTY I GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 SIiEPARD prssidni MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN N bert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES i JKCQiBrir oro LOANPHONE MAIN27RH 1 f law JHIl I qttr- J Hd Grain t en an na 322 to I I WestMarket 328West Street I Three Great Skirt Values I We havd held many skirt sales beforeall 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 season July and August made up these skirts in quantity His pro duction however was greater than his outlet owing to the tightened conditions We relieved him of his predicament in part imoneyoff his hands several hundred of these skirts The byius was about half price These skirts are now on sale at same remarkable price concessions QcJ The lot consists of Panama Mohair Serge and Cheviot Skirts In black navy and brown skirts infancy mixtures checks and stripes in all the latest full plalted 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 0 The 350 and 4 Skirts for 198 RECOVERING Mrs Mary Shelleys Injuries Will Not Prove Fatal Mrs Mary IJ Shelley the aged and respected mother of Messrs James T and John J Shelley narrowly eS caped death in an accident at St Johns cemetery on Monday morning The accident occurred while Mrs Shelley was directing the straighten- Ing of a monument under which the earth had given away on one side Seeing that the heavy stone was getting away from them the men who were working with the tomb stone called out a warning but be fore she could change her position the tombstone came toppling to the ground The urn made of iron which surmounted it struck Mrs Shelley on the head knocking her to the ground beneath the falling shaft She was picked up and taken to her home 2701 Duncan street which Is just across from the main entrance to the cemetery in an almost unconscious condition Three surgeons were called In consultation and it was found that Mrs Shelley was suf fering from concussion of the brain and internal injuries Because of her advanced age sixty years and the serious nature of her Injuries fears were entertained for her recovery but her friends and acquaintances will rejoice to know that she is now out of danger Mrs Shelley Is the widow of Patrick Shelley who was 1863sextonuntil the time of his death JOLLY NIGHT Division 2 A O H to Share Its Success With- Members The splendid attendance last Friday night at the meetingof Division 2 A 0 If when two more cumlid lit es were received Into full membership fwd President Fords timely and forceful address aroused much enthusiasm especially when he alluded to the success of the division thus far this year which has in creased numerically and financially Messrs Will Meehan Tim Stone Joe Lynch James Sayers fwd Owen Keiran submitted a complete report of the very creditable carnival at Phoenix Hill from which a handsome sum had been realized and turned Into the treasury Upon motion it was decided to have a jollification on the night of October 18 when all will be invited to share in the success of Division 2 Though not the largest dlvInKm of the order in tills city its members are just now the most active and are determined there will be something doing nil the time during the winler months The pro gramme may be announced at the meeting next Friday night AMPUTATION WAS NECESSARY Frank Richards son of Mr and Mrx Peter Richards and a popular young man of New Albany suffered n painful and serious accident on Friday of last week thnt rendered necessary the amputation of his right hand between the wrist and elbow While operating a sausage machine at the Schueler S Enslinger packing house Richards hand was caught and before the machine could be stopped was drawn into It nertrly to the elbow the arm and hand being terribly mangled Young Richards had just recovered from an Illness of several weeks and only went to work that morning lie Is now at his home on Prospect and Union streets New Albany HAVKNT SEEN FATHER The next letter Charles I Cate formerly of Mackin Council but now In the Government employ at Pan ama receives from Louisville will doubtless make him yearn for home as he will then learn that the stork lion visited his home 1102 Wlckliffe avenue and left there a healthy pair of twin boys Galley 10UcfCOL BRKNNAN OUT Col Harry M Brennan City Gas Inspector who has been confined to his home for over a month suffering from tt severe affection of the eyes J9 holy able to be out but Is not yet well enough to assume his duties InI the City Hall 0 D The 450 and 5 Skirts fo- r2m98 0 Office Hours Home Phone I 9 to 612- 7DR JJJffFLANK SHILlVAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE Photos Made At Night By Engagement WYBRANT BROS- Photographers BRIDAL PARTIES A SPECIALTY- Now at 578 Fourth Avenue REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM II COX of Maysvllle For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Ilopkinsville For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Harrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD PARLEY of Paducah For Secretary of State DR DEN L BRUNER of Munfordsvllle For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABBE of Ashland Poor 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 Dist A T SILER- ofWhitley county KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Ohloans are organizing a council at Wapakoneta Many councils are arranging for initiations on Thanksgiving day The young men of Newport this State ate ready and hoping for the institution of a council in that city At the last meeting of Denver Council the second degree was exem plified for all first degree members Since March 5 time opening day of the Knights nursery In South Boston 1300 little ones have been cared for- Ohicago Knights are organizing a band and orchestra and have engaged the services of a noted musician of that city to look after their Interests The State and District Deputies of Wisconsin are now selecting names for the llecture course they will con duct for time twentyseven councils of that State this winter The Damen and Calumet ball teams of the Chicago Knights League will play a game on October 0 at the National League park for the benefit of St Stephens church Dearborn Council at Lawrenceburg Ind now has its own council chamber Right Rev Bishop ODonoghue of Indianapolis was present as the guest of honor and a large number of lady friends of the members attended the formal opening Supreme Grand Knight Hearn who was last month made a member of the Board of Directors of the Casualty Company of America has since been elected Second Vice Presi dent for the uncxplred term ot George Read who resigned The shine can be taken from worn garsienswith ammonia and water L n D I 322 to 328 lI IWest Market Street The 6and 7 Skirts fori398 I PEACEFUL PRIMARY Shelley nad Tynan Nominated Tuesday by Immense Majorities The most peaceful and satisfactory primary ever known In Louisville was that held Tuesday when Thomas Shelley and Mike Tynan were made nominees of the Democratic party by overwhelming majorities From start to finish the race was earnest but without any bitter feeling and the defeated candidates Messrs Millikcn and Bennett have made themselves strong with the people by their manly course and each has given assurance that the ticket will have his hearty support The Democrats have yet to name their candidates for Aldermen Coun cllmen and School Trustees and up on their selection much will depend The ticket thus far is an exception ally good one all the men thereon being known for their integrity and ability to perform faithfully the du ties of the office to which they as lire They represent no ring or fac tion which assures an administration that will serve the interests of all the people Complete the ticket and give all Interests representation in the local government This course will bring back any who are dissatis fied and contribute a great element of strength that otherwise will be lost VISIT OLD LAND Robert Mitchell Found Ireland Properous and Peo ple United 3jEastthroughIreland keptbusypersonshereand relating their experiences where they visited Mr Mitchell first stopped at his home in Kings county and then visited all the cities and towns in the country Everywhere he found evidences of prosperity and advancement the only drawback be- Ing the unseasonable weather- A notable change he said was the advance made in the study of the Irish language which JH now freely spoken in many places where it was never heard for over a century Mr Mitchell attended several big meet ings and to him the sentiment seemed practically unanimous for Tohn Redmond and the United Irish League which has provided thou sands of people with holdings and homes under the land act On time vessel returning with Mr and Mrs Mitchell were two bishops and seven priests They enjoyed their trip im mensely and returned in the best of health LEXINGTON Members of the Y M T throughout the Kentucky jurisdiction will be much pleasedl to know that there has been an awakening in the ranks of tarry Council at Lexington and that the young men there now look for the most successful year they have hall for a log time Harry Council was at one time the banner body in Kentucky and It is thought that by the time Grand President Clement visits the llluegrass capital there will be a great increase in membership and the old life revived lilTS METHODIST HAUl A sissy religion represented by a sissy preacher is driving men from the church said Bishop Warren Cnmller of the Methodist Episco pal lurch South in an address to ltlnntalastmen dont go to church continued the Bishop when they are forced to listen to a lot of slssytalk There is too much of this effeminate re ligion There must be virility In religion If the men are to be held STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS David Driscoll aged eightythree years and one of Jeffersonvilles best known and most respected citizens suffered a tokeof paralysis Wednesday afternoon and the last report received stated that his condi tion was critical He Is the father of John D Driscoll assistant cashier of the Citizens National Bank r I NNN N NN NNN Ni JAMES GREENEr 415 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET i i Furniture IICarpetsi Rugs i K i Stoves Ranges i ij IBESTI o I Homes Furnished Complete4 Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would J invite your special attention to our stock of Carpets which rangain quality from the cheapest Ingrain to the finest velvet J alwaysbe marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless y the customer is absolutely satisfied I 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 A the most substantial manner finish and design pe- rfectJIEWELRY t FINEWe 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 4 530 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 MARKET t 352 SECOND STREET 1 f SULLIVAN Manager HXCADQUARTXBRe FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY m THE ON- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS A Shorthand and TypewritingEstablished Reliable System as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping stone H employmentSpencerian r SCHOOLEISBt4 rraldeat StrutTarnrraarrtsSpencer WHEN YOU WANT 1 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 Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 913918 SEVENTH ST HIIIt it it It It It It It It tt rare WINES a AUP- AONBYALKOliE3 8415 West Green Street XJQUORB CIGAKB AllAAAlii V11 jI1 AAL arbU llll 1 1 lll i H PKK JfivJft ji J G I