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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r71J a y j 11e t 4 KENTUCKY IRISllAMERICAN LI VOLUME XIXNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS LANDING DAY Anniversary of the Discovery of America to Be Celebrated Hero y Knights of Columbus Will Have i Elaborate Banquet atI Seelbachti Q Oev Bockbam and Mayor fling ham Among the Invited t Guests a ELOQUENCE AT THE FESTIVE BOAR Louisville Council Knights of Columbus has made extensive prepa rations for Its Landing day celebra tion which will take place tonight at the Scelbach where an elaborate banquet will be held Everywhere throughout the country there will be patriotic exercises in honor of the discovery of this country In 1402 by Christopher Columbus several of the States having declared October 12 a legal holiday Louisville Council hat for some time been preparing the features for this event which will doubtless surpass anything of like nature ever witnessed here Hon Robert Worth Bingham Mayor of Louisville will be the guest of honor while Thomas Walsh the well known lawyer will officiate as toastmaster the selection being a most excellent one Mayor Bingham will speak on Knights of the Old World and the New Judge Matt ODoherty will respond to the toast The Church the Friend of Liberty and iron Edward J McDermott will have for his subject Suggestions for the Day P H Callahan and Frank A Geher will also respond to toasts after which the toastmaster may call upon others for brief talks While the menu Is being served an orchestra will render a programme of choice selections There are over 500 members of Louisville Council and these with their guests and the brilliantly illuminated banquet hall will present n sight that none should miss seeing The discovery of America and the landing of Christopher Columbus October 1492 was of course the net of- MCntlsQl9 n1su1tb mjtldlezg- the following century t vother Ulon Catholic names appear In the annals of American explorations Until the organization of the Knights of Columbus not many years ago but little attention was paid to Landing day which marks nn epoch than which there Is none more worthy of observ once In the history of our country This organization now one of the strongest and most powerful in America inaugurated the celebration of Landing day which has now come to be generally observed with relig- Ious and civic exercises In every city or town where a council exists In Chicago the anniversary of Columbus first sight of the New World will be commemorated under the auspices of the Knights and at the Catholic colleges and academies At St Vincents church there will be solemn Pontifical vespers at 7 oclock when Bishop Peter J Muldoon will deliver the sermon and a choir com posed entirely of priests will wing After the church demonstration George E Clarke one of Indianas leading orators will deliver an address at the College Theater and a special play will be given for the occasion The demonstration will conclude bynil present singing the Star Spangled Banner Pro grammes of like character will be carried out In all the larger cities all classes of citizens participating Our local council of the K C lets enjoyed the fullest measure of success since its foundation until today when Its membership Includes over 300 of Louisvilles most representa the men Time first to be organized in Kentucky from Its ranks have sprung the five others that are flour ishing throughout the State to which number it is said two more will be hoon added FINEST AMERICAN CHURCH St Patricks Cathedral in New York City enjoys the distinction of being the finest speclmcnt of ecclesiastical architecture in the New World Thee building Is an example of the decor ated or geometric style of gothle architecture which prevailed in Europe from 1275 to 1400 and of which the Cathedrals of Rhclms 4 Amiens and Cologne on the con tinent of Europe and the nave of York Minster Exeter and Westmin ster are among the most advanced types The cornerstone was laid by the late Archbishop Hughes on Sun day August 15 1858 In the presence 1ofone of the largest assemblages over gathered In the great city It is the desire of Archbishop Farley to f celebrate the centenary of the creation of the See of New York next the consecration of histi year by magnificent Cathedral which is now being remodeled and transforms at great cost MADRID NUNCIO There Is much speculation In Rome as to who will succeed Cardinal Rtnaldlnl as Nuncio at Madrid After spending several years at the Spanish ti capital as the Popes representative Mgr Rlnnldlnl was made a member llofthe Sacred College on the occasion of the baptism of the Crown Prince and according to church rules will have to come to Rome to receive the red hat from the hands of the Pope at the next consistory He already has J n M engaged a splendid apartment a fact which Is understood to mean that he will not return to Spain but will reside permanently In Rome As his successor at the Spanish capital the only name prominently mentioned 1Is that of Mgr Della Chiesa at present Viceregent of the Secretaryship cof State and who was formerly secre- tor of the Nunclaturo at Madrid when Cardinal Rampolla was Nuncio BRIGHT FUTURE Pointed Out For Rev Father Thomas White and His Parish The congregation of St Frances if Rome in Clifton last Sunday observed with fitting exercises the twentieth anniversary of the dcdica tion of their church to the service of God and the celebration Reflect the greatest credit upon Rev Father White and his people The principa services were lucid in the evening and the scene was a memorable one The altars and church were ablaze with myriads of lights and the sanctuarj banked with palms ferns and flow ers of the season was a sight bcautl ful to behold Another pleasing feat ure was the musical programme which was excellently rendered The church was thronged to the doors many of the city parishes being well represented Tile solemn vespers was sung by Rev Patrick Walsh assisted by Fathers Bachman and Melody and noted in the sanctuary were Rev Charles P Raffo Rev John Sheridan Martin OConnor Thomas Murray and Thomas Hayes of Bowling Green Father Hayes preached a powerful sermon congratulating the pastor and people for keeping within the spirit of the church and commemorat- Ing religiously the dedication anni versary which they had made a notable occasion In quick succes sion the handful of people had erected their church school house and rectory and hence they can turn back with pride upon the past and to the future with brighter hope haT- Ing now attained their majority Looking to time not distant future with the true Catholic spirit they will direct their efforts to a larger inch grander sanctuary where God tvlll abide to soothe affliction and heal every sorrow Father Hayes then discoursed on the church as the Sivlncly inspired tteacherrof mankind which teaches the unchanged and un changeable religion of Christ and today possesses all the vitality energy and zeal that characterized her when hgMdnterrc upon hozapn taiomistI- on j In concluding Father fHayes ommended the people on their worthy purpose and expressed the tope they would all live to stand before the altar In a new and larger St Frances churc- hOYSTER FEAST And a Jolly Evening Prom ised by Division 2 A O H Rapid action marked the proceed- Ings of the last regular meeting of Division 2 A O H but time was aken to give James Reagan and Pat lonntiughton a hearty welcome and hear two timely addresses by Secre ary Joe Lynch and exPresident leehan John Burke was reported till very 111 at his home 2C18 Beech treet where members are asked to coll and see him Robert Osborne was added to the Visiting Committee this division giving special care to looking after Its sick members Secretary Kcanoys financial state mont showed tho treasury In a better condition than for many years and so enthused were the members that It was decided to have an oyster feast and jollification next Friday night to which all Hibernians are nvlted The programme and arrangements are in the hands of lessrs Joe Lynch Will Median John Keancy John Carroll and rank Wolf and they promise an vening that all will enjoy If he con be present Michael Keaney iatrlarch of the division will be the guest of honor Owen Kelran who handles the finances expressed himself gratified with tho exhibit the division made and with others urged the formation of a big Kentucky club to attend the latlonal convention next year The members are all urged to be present iriday night and join in the festivities that will take place ATTENDS THE CHAPTER The Very Rev B F Logan Prior ofr St Louis Bertrands is in Wash- Ington for the purpose of attending the chapter to be held In the Dominican House of Studies In that city This chapter called the Intermediate hapter Is hold every four years between the elective chapter and Is tttended by the priors and heads of convents In the Eastern province financial matters are the principal subjects discussed at the Intermediate hapter The elective chapter which Is also held every four years two ears before the Intermediate elects the Provincial The chapter Is al ways called for the Saturday after the first Sunday of October NARROW ESCAPE Mistaking gasoline for water Mrs Jolm Burke of 2517 Beech street last riday poured the fluid Into a teakettle standing on the stove An xploslon Immediately followed Mrs lurke receiving severe burns about the face and hands With rare presence of mind however she carried 1h0 vessel containing the gasoline out into the rear yard thus saving the house from catching fire Her urns will not prove dangerous but r the accident is distressing from tbe fact that John Burke has been iill and unable to leavte the house for some time POSTPONED- Magnificent Ceremony sit ranged to take Place in Rome A magnificent ceremony had been arranged to take place at the Papal altar In the Church of Saint Peter on November 13 on which day occurs tho fifteen hundredth anniversary of the canonization of Saint John Crysoston the celebrated Bishop and orator rof the early ago of the church The ceremony was to be a Pontifical roam of the Greek rite celebrated in thtl presence of the Pope and of a number of Cardinals It would have been held in the great Basilica because all the celebrations which take place there are of the Latin rite Beside the fact that the Pope would ollov the use of the Papal altar in thi tenter of the church under the grog cupola which Is exclusively reserved for him made the projected ceremony more interesting A numbei of Greek church dignitaries already had arrived In Rome but the Pope at the last moment decided that the ceremony should be postponed tc January 27 in view of the present anticlerical ferment in that city Oi that day the Pontifical mass will be even morn solemn because of tht presence of many Greek prelates who could not have arrived earl next month MACKIN COUNCIL Does Honor to Memory or Late Father Francis Brady The meeting of Mackin Council vas well attended Tuesday night when after a short session and the ecltatlon of the prayers for the dead adjournment was taken in respect for the memory of the late Rev Francis Brady Messrs William M Higgins P T Sullivan Austin Walsh Charles S Raldy and Frank dams1 were appointed a committee to present resolutions on the loss the church and council has sustained by ifs death President Sand occupied the chair ind everybody was enthused when Dan Weber and Frank Adams sub ni1ttedt lullisMQwlng aver 2ag0 In Macklns strong box The appllca lon of Michael Moran was flied and Clarence Zoolc was reported still ill and unable to leave his home A otter of sympathy was ordered sent to the family of Michael Sullivan rafter an interesting discussion upon the works of the council It was decided to give a charity euchre the roceeds to be used for aiding worthy eople 111 or out of employment resident Sand named Charles S laldy William Kerberg Dan Weber rank Lanahan and John Kennedy a committee to make the arrangements and select the date Announcement was made that the Executive Committee would meet Sunday afternoon and that next Tuesday night the members would be addressed by Rob ounllawerdresses In the near future will be Magistrate P T Sullivan and a epresentatlVe of tho AntlTubdr tilosls Association ESTATE FOR CHURCH William Oillespic aged eightythros UpperGarroIdook place in the cemetery at Lan caster on Tuesday He was one of the wealthiest farmers of that local ty being worth about 7i000 Hav ng no family ho left his estate to thl Catholic church He lend one of he finest brick residences in that eel ion with frescoed ceilings but hub win eccentric and the room In which llc died was almost bare of furniture rhe bed on which ho died was of the oldfashioned rope type Ho lost ils wife a few months ngo anl luce had frequently said he could not see how It was possible for him to live without her It is rumored that time estate has been left to St Josephs Infirmary tut up to Thursday evening the Sisters did not know anything bout It- PASTIME DRILL COMPANY Every arrangement has been per ected for the Pastime Drill Com pans grand prize euchre and reception which will take place at the ompany hall Seventeenth and South gate streets on Monday night October 21 The committee having this ffalr In charge is composed of Col Theo Poppe Capt J P Breen Fred Mttonauer John Herms Frank Shra der Phil Wittenauer Robert Walden Gelthausen Henry Schneiders and Leo Shrader who promise their friends one of the best euchres of the mason and a long list of excellent prizes The Pastime Drill Company Is one of our best semimilitary organizations and is worthy every encouragement PRESENT FOR PASTOR On his return this month from broad Very Rev Dean McNulty rector of St Johns church at Paterson N J it Is said will be presented Avith a 50000 fund from the citizens of Paterson and the members of St Johns parish of which l1e hiss been pastor for fortyfour years The venerable pastor celc rated the golden jubilee of hits rdlnation in the little Irish church tI Cashland where he was baptized and In which he celebrated his first maslI LAID TO REST i Impressive Services at Funerali of Rev Father Francis Bradyc I Beloved Young Priest Release1 From Earthly Suffering Last Saturduy J Fatal Illness Contactedi Whit Itelieviug the Poor and Distressed TICi GENERALS TOUhllQ TRIBOTI Thought death was hot unexpected there was widespread jsorrow and re gret throughout the j Louisville diocese last Saturday when the news spread rapidly that Rev Francis Brady the popular and beloved as sistant pastor of St Jeclllas church had been released from earthly suf- ferIng and called to hist heavenly and eternal rest Father Bradys Illness which was at first regarded as only slight was contracted last winter while performing the duties of his holy office and relieving the suffer mg and distressed Night after night the zealous young priest could be seen upon his errands of mercy never faltering nor complainingand Itwas not until his strength entirely frilled him that he would cease his labors Father Brady teas then taken lo Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where he continued to sink despite all that medical science and tender care could do for him the end coin ing peacefully Saturday morning Father Brady was a native of Ire land being born at Ballyjamesduff County Cavan twenty= eight years ago While still young he made his philosophy at the famed All Hallows College In Ireland completing his theological studies in St Bernards Seminary at Rochester N Y and was ordained at the Cathedral of the Assumption in this city by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskOy on July 25 1904 Ills first labors were in Union county but he was later transferred to St Cecilias church as assistant 10 his uncle the Rev ram lJBrady which position lie Weldl ftlll his death r 1elLt V t rie1 tAWIfj alsohiseoullin of tIle Rev Hugh only other relative In this country being a sister Mrs P J Boylan of New York who came here to attend the funeral Of a kind gentle and lovable dispo Iltlon Father Brady was liked byall with whom lie came in contact H was a great favorite with the school children and there were tears In theI eyes of many when told of his death Ills remains were removed to St Cecilias church and lay in state before the high altar on which he said Ills first mass until Tuesday mornI- ng when the funeral took place All lay Sunday and Monday the church was thronged with those who came lo offer a prayer and pay a tribute rf respect to him who In life they all loved so well Members of the St Vincent dc Paul Society stood watchI is guard of honor during the night Tuesday morning the church was thronged long before the hour for Iho Holmcn services which were pre celled bv the recitation of the office for the lend by the thirtyfive as jombled priests Rev A T Brady vas the celebrant of the mass with lev Hugh Brady as deacon Rev rhomas White ns subdeacon and llev Thomas Murray master of cere monies Within time sanctuary we e- jhl following priests Revs Thomas 1I Hayes Charles P Raffo laullnus I lranz Eusebius Wagner Richard tVurth Edward Hoes John D Kalla her D J Gallagher Jerome Preusser I 0I M C Bonaventtire Clock 0 M C lHiigcne V Flood O P J R Clark OL P Patrick Walsh L B Ford jcorge W Schuhmann D n C Vane j Pittc Dominick F Crane D 3Sullivan Jan CI P Cronin V CL Michael Melody Louis C OhleI 3eorge Weiss Henry Connelly A 1Ihorne Ambrose Stcmbler C P William Gausepohl John T OCon nor J P Welsh Martin OConnor John Sheridan John T Hill J JIFitzgerald Denis Murphy E MI Jachman B A Cunningham Thomas York E W Fehrebach and Oscar P Vckcrmann D C L The Very Rev James P Cronin YInL delivered the sermon speaking of the dead priest in a very feeling man nero After dwelling upon how Father Trudy hind endeared himself to the people of St Cecilias congregation tiring the short time he had been with them Father Cronin said his entering the school room was like a ay of sunshine to tho Sisters and hlldren Pathetically he referred to he fact that the young priests mother was many miles away In Ire and while her beloved and noble son vas 1lying dead in our midst but that while her heart was heavy It vonlil be a consolation to her whenI the received the news telling how much was thought of htm and how ilghly he was respected in his new lome He sold that while Father 3rady hall been a priest but four rears he had been everything that the church could expect fulfilling his titles to his God and his sacred call- Ing in a manner worthy of emula ionThe cortege that followed the remains to their resting place In St- outs cemetery was one of the larg- E seen here for many a day being Lilly three blocks long Three misses In charge of John Dillon Jo seph Recktenwald and Charles Raldy conveyed the school children while the long line of carriages carried the L tt Sisters clergy members of the St Vincent de Paul Society Mack Council and people of the congregii tlon The pallbearers were Messr William Hume Peter Tevlin John McQuese William Kerberg Fran McIIalc Peter Andrlot John Carr and John Lyn- nCATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 25 Inaugurates Plan That Will Interest Members Branch 25 C K of A met in rcg ular session Monday night at St Johns Hall Clay and Walnut with a representative membership present President Mcchan dispatched tin business with celerity and the explanation of the new method of col lectlng the per capita tax waswcll understood and gave satisfaction tc every one Members of the brand were grleVed when announcement yencablethe accident that befell John Welsh who was in St Anthonys Hospital Inn critical cqnditlon After Bernarl Leonard and Michael Prile lund beet reported seriously ill the usual pray crs were offered for the repose ol the dead and the recovery of the sickThis branch will on Monday night October 21 Inaugurate a feature that is calculated to interest thin members and Increase the attendance at meetings It is the Intention to have either a musical or literary en tertainment and the discursion of 1m portant subjects during the winter months when all time orators of the order and others will be heard COUNTY BOARD Urged to Provide Irish His tories For Parochial Schools The study of Irish history In the parochial schools furnished tho theme for an interesting discussion at the lost meeting of Division 3 A O H with the result that an urgent appeal will be presented at the next meeting of tho County Bonrd asking that action be at once taken and that books IH provided for the next scholastic year This question has been before the local divisions for several years without any result apd Itf la thcrgf Division SrHiifr thus grAprPlIJlAlp i Wwith the County Board with instruc Lions looking toward speedy and practical action The part played by Ireland in the affairs of the world and In this country especially has been most Important and shouldbe taught the youth of our schools that they may follow the worthy course of their ancestors who left a record unsurpassed and that should never beforgottenNotwithstanding many of the officers were either absent from the city or ill the proceedings were spirited All present favored the formation tif a Kentucky Club to attend the national convention upon whichsubject Denny Coleman made a ringing talk and suggested plans whereby tho tour local divisions could send a body oft at least 500 men The members were much gratified when they learned of the Improved condition of Vice President Phil Cavanaugh who was able this week to he removed to Ills home Patrick J Welsh who re cently graduated from the Jefferson Law School was invited and prom ised to deliver an address at time meeting next Thursday night DESEHVED VACATION Rev James J Connlff the esteemed i ml zealous pastor bf the Church of Our Lady In Portland left last Sunday to spend a two weeks vacation nt his old home In Marine City Mich Phis Is the first vacation Fattier Con ilff has taken for a number of years and every member of the parish hopes it will bo both pleasant and jeneflclnt Father Conniff is accom anted by Charles Vllller Secretary and Treasurer of the Kentucky Elevator Company Before returning hey will attend the reunion and banquet of the priests of Mt St Marys College nt Detroit where Father Con ilff has been assigned one of the principal toasts LEFT RELATIVES HERE Irish papers that arrived last week ontaincd the following announcement Mrs Sullivan nee Dalton who lied on Sunday In the village of Vthca County Limerick had attained 101 years During her long life spent In the parish In which she died she jnjoyed splendid health and up to mat April had all along been able to head moss every week Mrs Sullivan was related to several persons residing here among hem Patrick J Listen Michael Vinecn Katie Dalton and the Barrett nmlly on Bank street She was the Nest sister of the venerable mother of D J Coleman who also attained- nin advanced age MERE TALK Diligent Inquiry this week has ailed to find any verification of the Item In last Saturdays Times which stated that the Rev Edward Fitz rcrald pastor of St Pauls church at Owensboro would shortly arriver this city to assume the duties of pastor at the Cathedral rectory Rev P M J Rock it Is rumored will be assigned to Owensboro to take the pllace made vacant by the removal of ather Fitzgerald Several clergy men who were spoken to Bild they had heard nothing of any such charigeandwen inclined to look II upon the Item as mere talk and with peopleOwensboro of and we here in Louisville want Father Rock though both are weU known and have many friends wh o would welcome them if the change were necessary PREMIER THREATENS Campbell Bannerman Threaten an Appeal to the Country Premier Henry CampbellBannei man returned to the attacx on the House of Lords Saturday evening when In an address before a great gathering of Schottlsh Liberals at Edinburg he reviewed the measure that had been rejected by that house He dwelt with vehemence upon what highhandednesshoped to see them In sackcloth and ashes before another session hatgone by It was the intention of the Government to send certain bills back again to the Lords after their pas sage pro forma by the House of Commons Whatever the result the Fri mler said he believed that on the main Issue the Government must ulti mutely go to the country and he know that It would not appeal In vain PRECAUTIONS Taken by Pope to Preserve Church Manuscript Treasures Rom correspondents write that the Pope Intends to gather into the Vatican library the manucrlpt treas ures of past centuries to be found in nil the churches of Italy Since he left Venice after ids election he has had all time ancient documents pre served in time Cathedral church of St Mark transferred to the Vatican Recently the Cathedral at Veroll had to give up on the direct order of tIle Pope a collection of documents which were considered very valuable because they dated from the thirteenth century Time canons of the Cathedral church have just sent a protest to the Vatican regarding the matter submitting the ancient codes to be a valuable asset to their church It Is believed to be the intention of the Pope to gather together all ancient manuscripts that are in exist ence In the numerous churches of talv shd ke 1 nl ltf11hPVnaci library as a measure of safety After ivhat happened to the French jhurches there Is much fear at the Vatican that the same might become the fate of the churches in Italy wing to time present anticlerical reeling which Is more or less shared bjy time Government Itself POPES JUBILEE elebratlon of His Ordination to Priesthood Has Begun Cardinal Vannutelll presided last Cuesday over the first function In honor of the jubilee year of the prlellthoodesult church of the Gesu in which the Cardinal Celebrated the mass at ended by every member of the com ntitter in charge of the celebrations Cardinal Vannutelll preached the ermon In which ho pointed out that he jubilee years celebrations were Intended to do honor to a great Pope ne exhorted his hearers to be earnest in their efforts to make the celebration a great success The main ceremonywill be a sol mn Pontifical moss to be celebrated by the Pope In St Peters on the nntversary of his ordination At hat time he will use a magnificent gold chalice which the committee laving charge of the celebration has ordered from time Papal jeweler anfnnl WOEFUL SIGN Reynolds London newspaper slvi I is a woeful sign of the times that under a Radical Government the oldlcr police the permanent army otr occupation In Irelands to hu trengthencd in the year of Out Lord 907 It Is doubtful whether people recognize the full significance of that act It means that Ireland la in the same relation to England as oland Is to Russia n country in a tate of perpetual rebellion which is sly repressed by an overwhelming splay of armed force Such after all these centuries Is the melancholy csult of English rule In Ireland coercion veiled under constitutional rms1v1LT ESTABLISH HALL Archbishop Rlordan of San Francisco has taken the first stops ward the establishment of a Catholic chapel and hall at time University of California at Berkeley The need for a Catholic university chapel and lecture hall at the university has long been felt says the Archbishop It Is a necessity which has arisen from conditions that gradually de loped and which can not now be hanged SULLIVAN TIlE NOMINEE The Hon J A Sullivan was ominatcd at Richmond for the cglslaturc last Saturday afternoon by the Democrats of Madison county ITe had no opposition Ho Is one of the ablest Democrats in Kentucky nnd will doubtless be the leider In tbe lower house Lt I 1 SUCCESS UFor Entire Democratic Ticket Predicted by Judge Matt ODoherty Gov BeckliamH Administration Will Receive Triumphant Indorsement Represents Best and Purest in Politics and Public Life TOTERS IRE FLOCKIJIG TO TILER Judge Matt ODoherty who is astrong verywarmwas daysago r lentuckyIrisbopinionaspresentStateexpressed ofHagertheNovemberopen to reasonable doubt oftheiidmlntratlonment which it is sure to receive In entireDemocratic totbholdswhenurging upon anarchy Gov Beckham displayed a coolness courago and con servatism which were a revelation even to his greatest admirers An error on his part at that time any of the many which there was strong temptation to commit and Into which readilylallen a order and bloodshed which would have disgraced time State The ability displayed by him un der such trying circumstances stomped him as a man of unusual promise andof far more than ordinary capacity Isis administra Lion of the high office of Governor from that time to the present has reflected the highest credit upon him and upon the State lie has been especially friendly to Louisville and reyam naaaiurahgned lor4s ad vanccment has had his cordial support He has of course as ever man of strong personalty must made some enemies but far more friends Next to his unquestioned fearlessness Coy Bcckhams strong est characteristics are his candor and sincerity There need never be any mistake or mlssapprehenslon as toJills views or position on any question sf public interest His enemies un lerstand this perfectly and know ji the strength it gives him with Kentuckians who above all things love in honest man They have at times i directed their most earnest efforts t9 throw doubt upon a sincerity ivhlch In their hearts not themselves question Notalone of I his own choice but as well by reason oC the organized assaults made upon him by those most bitterly opposedHto him Gov Beckham has from the leginning of hit administration to the present time been made to stand- S the representative all that is bet and purest In politics and public Ife That Col linger as his successor h vlll maintain the same high standard t his unblemished record as a public official leaves no room to iiestlon The Democrats of Louisville and leffersonvllle county are enthusiastic und have imp fears for the result In November ns every day the voters are flocking to the Tyler standard luring the past week a number of meetings have been held throughout tIle city and at all the candidates were heartily welcomed and given insurances of earnest support From ij tbe top to the bottom of the list on the local ticket there is not a weak man nor one against whom aught can y be sold Every candidate Is earnestly at work for the whole ticket which claim will win by anywhere rom 5000 to 10000 Dan Russell candidate for Sherlff pent Tuesday In tore county where he met farmers and found them all united for the ticket Others ring a like report from all sections inking the outlook very bright BOTH WOULD LOSE In the event of a war between Japan and the United States the ellllgerents could never carry the war home to either mainland We could not get a fleet anywhere close to Tokio Japan could not get a fleet within gunshot of San Francisco The six thousand miles of an ocean Journey and the difficulties of coal- Ing would baffle the effort Japan would simply snatch the Philippines and entrench herself there We should have to submit and wait our time to recapture the vexatious pos ssslon GAME WORTH SEEING The All 1rofessionals and Louisville lamas will play their second go- tor the State championship tomor fternoon at Eclipse Park ri Game last Sunday which resulted u victory for the AllProfessional1 0 score of four to three was a h untested one and much enjoyed the large crowd present Man chard Langan the promoter erves great credit for securing t games and It has been rcmarke aUslde8 that Tebeau should pa itcr Langan in serving good bal he public here e ii r ENrUCJCV c tier r + r A r r ec e r r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN a Deyoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass natte- rlUre11 CoManle tli to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weit Oreea St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1907 ROSARY MONTH the millWe are now approaching die of October the Rosary month with its beautiful devotions and irici indulgences The devotion of tIle Rosary to which the month Is espc dally dedicated has been the ineani of unmeasured graces for mankind It is a sweet loving holy exercise- and It Is one that Is fruitful of unto1l1 consolations and joys Every deOut Catholic should take advantage of to gain theopportunitythe present not indul maygbe here this time next year OWEN TYLER FOIL MAYOR The Kentucky Irish American 11as no hesitancy in saying that Owen Tyler would be the best Mayor the had should he be city has ever selected to fmthls distinguished positron to which the Democratic hus partywithout his solicitation nominated him Immediately upon being nominated without any sollc foes Mirfriends orfat Ion from Tyler declared himself in favor of the abolition of the present obnoxious puritannUnl laws which forbid the work on theerviledoing of any Sabbath day commonly called Sunday Louisville for the past thirty year thns been known as a tvide open toW I been open on Sllll Irs saloons rave day perhaps too wide open Mr Tyler says that should he be elected Mayor he would permit the salooni it sell liquors but in a more guarded way than formerly He would permit visitors to the city to get a drink KJ they desired it He would permit the hotels to sell liquors with meals But he would not be in favor of the socalled wideopen town which pre vailed up to the administration oi Mayor Barth Mr Tyler is himself a moral and upright man He is a member of the Episcopal church and Is a vestryman in that body He does not believe IB Sabbath desecration He does believe l O wucC that nrenkm011lHXnnat city ordinance 01 je regulated by c by State regulation He favors rea sonable and just measures thereby the city of Louisville may regulate her owu affairs It is out of tin question that the habits of a comet ally of 250000 inhabitants can be regulated or changed In a few doyf or months Mr Tyler stands for progress lit is a business man the 1resldent oi a bank a former member of the Board of Aldermen He is a man oi affairs He has given close study fto municipal matters and In seeking the office of Mayor he has no selfish s rods to bring about The fact is t that If Owen Tyler is elected Mayor he will prove the best friend tin rem wiPfavor sane regulations of the liquor traffic and of the Sunday laws In- no city In the country of the size ot TrfNilsville arc the Sunday observant IS so closely followed and yet the jieople do not favor such regulations Let us how a Mayor who will give the public a fare and square deal and wa believe Owen Tyler will come nearer doing this than any man who has been nominated on either side during the past forty years Should a strict observant of the Sunday laws be elected It would bo a11lservllewould mean the closing of all meat stores the stoppage of Ice wagons the prevention of the saTe of news papers end the general shutting down of the town It Is to bo hoped that Louisville is not coming to this state of affairs FACING CRISIS Rev Washington Gladden a leading Protestant minister of Ohio speaking Tuesday before the National Council of Congregational Churches jai Cleveland made some rather start w ling admissions as to the failure of1 his church which he admits has failed In Its mission After declaring that a social crisis threatens the United States and that the forces which are at work mean destruction tho Rev Gladden said What has the Christian church been doing while the powers of piracy and plunder have been gathering ithelr forces and spreading the net irt heaping up their spoils Where S the Christian church when the ters were ravaging the cities and rebat robbers and the frenzied inclera and the Insurance sharks e getting In their work Forthe it part she has been standing by looking on and winking her eyes j dUng her thumbs and wonder whether she bad any call tolu- rerndeedshebasgathered in ir communion many ottlemost n conspicuous of the perpetrators of the injustices Ihey are nearly all church members and has mnde herself ia pensioner upon theIr bounty and has been content with lpreaching to then the simple gospel that such men nl ways love to hear Tho fact is plai- nIi 1 apparent that the church has lost its grit on the world and she is not going to regain it until she finds out what is her real business in tho world Her enfeeblement Is duo to her failure to grapple with the tasl assigned her- FIIENCIi ALISONS SHAm Antoine Thomas of ClerinoiitFei rand the Frenchman who was ar rested with his mother and his brother charged with complicity In thl theft of the famous cope of Orth which belonged to the State and was valued at 120000 from the Church of Ambazac near Limoges has confessed himself a Mason and a vulga malefactor and thief of the lowest type His robberies continued for months and are estimated at 400 000 According to his story whIch In this country seems incredible Thomas was first approached In the matter of these thefts in the la80nlc lodge of which he Is n member He began his work by purchasing relig- Ious treasures and replacing then with imitations He finally resorted to downright theft and made use of a kit of burglars tools to force bls way into churches Thomas also declared that in hit travels he found other men engaged In similar work and this Indicates that the systematic pTunderings of churches had been organized on an extensive scale Even stained glass windows have been taken out and replaced with an inferior article while the substitutes of Imitations for priceless bronzes ivories paInt- Ings and tapestries have been Innum erableThe foregoing shows the sltuatloi 5n France and the troubles through which tho chureh hasbeaupaeslng Today she Is opposed theta by forces that aro unknown in America and let us hope never will be but the day Is not far distant when she will arise above all more sublime slid grander than ever There is greater volubility in war talk since the adjournment of the Peace Conference than there had been in a long time before The meet ng at The Hague was not an entirely sincere performance from thij begin iiing It was sop to the nbstrac peace sentiment mug made sub stantially no arrest of the armamcn of tire Powers This is the opinion entertained by the Enquirer which IF concurred in by nearly all tin great papers The conference cost n vast sum but accomplished littli if any good Will some one explain why the pay rolls of the pollee and fire depart rent ors being held up The money is in the treasury and they shoal have been allowed Tuesday night The present administration like its predecessor seems to favor the totters who have been mulcting the city employes of their honest cart Ings The city like every other employer should have a regular pay day when the men could appear and receive all that was coming to them In urging the necessity for 1400 more patrolmen for Greater New York it was pointed out that not withstanding its present force of about 8864 men there was only one policeman to every 147Nev Yorkers while for twentyseven other largo cities theta is an average of sop to 45 residents Louisville is not one S those elites having but 380 met and officers for Its population of about 250000 Tho names of the committee pro mating the City Club Republican meetings lead us to suggest that it would bo more appropriately termed the L N Railroad ClubHenry Stone Basil Duke and Helm Bruce Between Owen Tyler and his as sociates on the local Democratic ticket it doesnt seem that the public would put them aside at the sug gesion of the above L N club Death has claimed Rev Father Francis Brady and tha church thus loses one of her most promising priests St Cecilias parish a faithful shepherd and the Catholic societies of the West End a wise and safe conn nelor With the multitude who knew and loved him vfa mourn his loss and pray that his soul may rest In peace Football has again begun Its deadly work two fatalities being already recorded I DEMOCRATIC TICKET STATE United States Senator J CV W BECKHAM Governor S W Hna n- Llculenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON AttorneJGener l JOHN K HENDRICKS Superintendent Public Instruction M 0 WINFREY Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN CHENAULT Railroad Cammisslotier- CIIARLES C McCHORD CITY Mayor OWEN TYLER filly Treasurer routs E STEIN City Auditor LYNE HERNDON City Tux Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Police Judge JAMES REEDY City Prosecuting Attorney ROHKIIT J 1IAGAN Clerk Police Court CHARLES D GREEK Uatllf i City Court MIKE TYNAN COUNTY County Judge MARION E RIPY County Sheriff DAN II RUSSELL County Clerk WALTER RATCLIFFE County Attorney WM J OCONNOR County Assessor JOHN M ADAMS County Taller JOHN R PFLANZ County Coroner DR CIIAS M01R County Surveyor c L D HOLTNGSWORTH r tjTIE Senator Thirtysixth District HARRY W ROBINSON Legislature Forty tottrth District LLOYD W GATES Legislature FortftrthDistriet JOHN KEATING Legislature Fortysixth District CHRIST MUELLER Legislature Fortyseventh District JAMES A RAGA Legislature Ffcrtyeighth District EDWARD M FLEXNER Legislature Fortyninth District WM A PERRY Legislature Fiftieth District THOMAS MOHAN Legislature Flttyflrst District JOSEPH M LEE Magistrate Eighth Magisterial Dist P T SULLIVAN Constable Eighth Magisterial Dist JOSEPH M NELL1GAN COMING EVENTS St Columbas church building fund euchre November 19 and 20 at Phlsters Hall St Pauls school bazaar November 2Gi 27 and 28 at tho school hall 182C Jackson street Knights of Columbus Landing day banquet at the Seelbach Hotel Saturday evening October 12 Pastime Drill Company euchre Monday October 21 at hall Seventeenth and Southgate streets Trinity Council euchre and dance Thursday evening November 7 at their hall 718 East Gray street Mizpah Lodge Shepherds of Beth lehem supper and dance Wednes day night October 30 at Rlckert3 Hallo FEELS VERY PROUD Louis Borntrager the well known letter carrier walks with a proud step these days being now the father of a pretty and healthy girl baby Last Sunday the little one was chris tened Elizabeth Clara Therese and In her honor a large gathering of friends was entertained at the family home 824 Twentyfourth Street The sponsors were George Borntracger and Mrs Kate Pfaf linger MADE HIS VOWS The chapel of the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road was Utes scene of beautiful but Impressive ceremonies Tuesday afternoon when Jeremiah Quinlan made his profes sion of vows In the Passlonist order Many friends Were present and the Rev Wilfred Avery delivered the sermon HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY reparations have been made for thiS celebration next June of the hundredth anniversary of Sf Pat ticks church in New York City This ild edifice will bo remembered as the first Cathedral aQd It Is the Intention tomke the spent a notable one 11 z a M b qsa a Me w USOCIETY JW r s+tt tt B vl1a Miss Adele TOrpcy was last wee ll- KathlerineAttorney Emmett Slattcry has becn confined to his home for several days with a severe attack of neuralgia TIle ever busy stork left a prett boy at the residence of Thonin Hcslin 1427 Seventh street this lpast week Miss Katie McCue will entertain the members of the Good Will Social Club at her home next Thursdu night John T Welch and wife and chll urea of Hecchmont have been sperld Ing the week at the Jamestowi Exposition J J Connelly of 140 Fourth street- Is setting em up to the river boyi this week n handsome baby girl Ihut ing attired at his home Mr and Mrs Edward 7 OHriei and son Edwin ors expected to arrivi home tomorrow evening after a sev scot months tour of Europe Thomas lIarilyof Itockport Ind visited In New Albany this woek tin guest of his slater Mrs 1V1 Kelly Last Fourteenth and Main streets The Central City Womens Clul entertained with a cotillon last wool In honor of Misses Mary null AiinU Fitngibbon who were visiting tthere Mr and Mrs Carl Wellendprf lire expected home today from Boston where they were called to attend the funeral of Mrs Wellcndorfs brother inlaw Edward Kirwan and brills hay returned from their honeymoon trip and are kept busy receiving congratu lations from their many friends and well wishers 1lcrro Vigllni who has heed lit nl St Josephs Infirmary has almost entirely recovered mid wilt noon he again able to mingle with hjs numerous friends Thomas Keenan Jr Charles Par sons and Joe Hanrahan arrived home Thursday morning from Chicago where they had gone to see tlu worlds championship base hull series Miss Lucy Higgins who has beer ill at Sts Mary rind Elizabeth ITos first for two months Is greatly 11m proved and hopes to be able to itre- turn to her bomb within the next fev laysDirs Ellen Ryan of St Louis mother of Rev M S Ryan C M President of the St Louis University visited Louisville this week as the guest of Mrs P J Raldy 2538 West Main street Mrs Edward J Langan has an nounced tIle engagement of her laughter Mis tMary Edna Burgess Rodmnit ofto Dfr Paul Jtlward Bardstown The wedding will take place In November TIle engagement of Miss Marj Houlihan and Patrick Stone Is announced their marriage to take plact at St Louis Bcrtrands church u which parish both are well knowr end decidedly popular Charles Weissenbergcr is the happiest man in Louisville a lovely Httl girl having attired to bless his happy home on Eighteenth street Con gratulations from all quarters have been pouring in upon the proud parents Miss Minnie Burckles of 2540 West Main street the popular teacher of the Parkland school who has been at St Josephs Infirmary for the past two weeks is now con valescing and her friends will rejoice to learn that she will be out again within the next fortnight Invitations have been received here tot the marriage of Miss Mary Wright and Reuben Lfindis Wilder which will be solemnized Tuesday morning with a nuptial high mass at St Pauls church in Owensboro The bride elect is the lovely and accomplished daughter of Mrs Ella Wright and a prominent figure in Davicss count social circles- Society received a pleasant surprint this week in the announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Magdalena Boes daughter of Frank Hoes 717 Underfill street and John M Seibert which will take place next Wednesday morning with a nuptial high mass at St Martins church at 0 oclock celebrated by Rev Edward Docs uncle of the pretty brhre elect Among the most notable of the fan weddings and one which will attract attention throughout Kentucky will be that of Miss Grace robin ono of Frankforts fairest daughters and R N Wathen JrK a prominent arid Influential citizen of Lebanon Tho ceremony will take place Wednesday in the Church of the Good Shepherd with Rev Father Major officiating Misses Mamie and Lillian Sweeny of St John N B are visiting relatives In this city after having spent three monthft with friends In St Louis Fronvhere they will Visit New York and Boston and will get home for Christmas They are now the Ruests of their cousin Miss Margaret Dalzell who entertained in their honor on Tuesday evening Those present lucre Missea Mamie Sweeny Lillian Sweeny Dixie Moore Miss Mohr Cornelia Meyers Louise Meyers Carrid Veach Mary Haley Anna Ruddy Mayme Fallon Genevievo Worland Ella Corbett Elsie Harty Lillle Shaughnessy Helen Formhnls Margaret Dalzell MTessrs Dudley Egbert i Warren Moseley Lloyt1 Arnold Leo Worland Alfred Chenoweth Fred Fatten Charles Ruddy William Shaughnessy Lawrence Worland Charles Noumay er and John Dalzeil Tb marriage irat Mias Edith Oat to Clifford Luseky was solemnized Wednesday at high noon at the re tory of the St Louis Bertrauds I G s v m oivxn0c iron Furniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices Qo to WM F MAYER 1 419 W MARKET STREET p church by the Rev Father Clark Tin bride wore a handsome gown of tvhlte broadcloth beautifully trimmed In Venetian lace a large picture hat trimmed In white willow plumes fam carried an arm bouquet of white loses and lilies of the valley Tin attendants were Miss Elsie Gast tand Louis Lussky Miss Klulo Gast was prettily and becomingly gowned In a white voile nod wore a Jarge white- Preneh felt hat trimmed in pale blue pinnies and carried a huge bouque of white cosnms and maiden hair fern The ceremony was followed b luncheon at the home of Mr amI Mrs Jacob Gast 1012 Fourth avcnuo The brides table was very attractive the color scheme being white an green the center of the table II mound of white cosmas intermingled with maiden hair fern and sliver candelabrum with white and silve r shades were used The Louse was very effectively decorated In white cosmos palms and ferns being gen erously used in every available place Mr and Mrs Lussky left torn trip lust and on their return will be ni home at the Osborne apartmentH RKCENT DKATHS Clarence Mallory aged fourteen years who died at the residence of his aunt Mrs Kate Gleason at October 5was buried from St Johns lunch Monday morning at 9 oclock Youny Mallory had been ill about one month of typhoid fever Tho funeral of Andy Rautenbusci took place Monday morning from St Marys church with n solemn maps of requiem Deceased was in 1 hit fortyfourth year and resided at 701 Fifteenth street Ills was an industrious and exemplary life and 1 lib death Is mourned by a wide circle ol friends and relatives Mrs Mary Wurfel beloved wits oi Frederick Wurfel 1509 West Oak street wns summoned to her heav only reward last Sunday morning and the news of her 1eathcaused widespread gloom among her friends The remains were removed to the home ofher parents In Jeffersonvllle and Tuesday morning the funeral services were held In St Augustinef hutch Frank Thornberry twentysever years of age a section foreman ir the employ of the L and N railroad died of bowel trouble Sunday afternoon at his home 1512 Brent street Deceased had been married but n jcar and Is survived by a wife anl infant child for whom is felt the most sincere sympathy fhorn1err was widely known and well liked i nf was attested by the many who attended the funeral on Tuesdaytat St Aloyslus church John Sheridan for years a Street Supervisor and well known and rc tested throughout the city diet JVednesday morning at his home lUG High street after a brief illnes of Brights disease Until a few weeks ago deceased was in perfect health his illness being known to but few and the news of his death came as a shock Mr Sheridan was sixtythree years of age and Is survived by his wife and ono daughter The funerr took place yesterday morning from St Patricks church With tire passing awnyof tits Elizabeth Shreck last Sunday evening St Boniface church loses another of its oldest and most worthy members Mrs Schreck was a native of Ocr many but spent most of her life in Louisville and was well known espe cially in the East End where she always resided She is survived by three sons Simon gall Andy Shreck barbers and Peter Schreck a stonecutter and two daughters Mla Agnes Schreck and Mrs George Goebel Her funeral took place Wednesday morning the Interment being In St Michaels cemetery Michael Sullivan for many years o member of the local pollee force and a highly respected resident of St Patricks parish suffered a sudden and unexpected hemorrhage of the lungs Monday morning at his home 400 Eighteenth street and died a few minutes later and before medi cal aid could reach him At the time of his death Sullivan was a private watchman at Churchill Downs He iis survived by eight children William Edward John Charles and Frank Sullivan and Misses Nellie Alice and Lottie Sullivan all of Louisville The funeral took place Wednesday morn Ins tvitfi a solejnn mass of requlejn indl was largely attended ANOTHER MBI KNOCKED New South Wales papers have given the He direct to the London table statement that Miss Maud McCarthy the famous Irish violinist vhose wonderful performance at the Auditorium is well remembered by many Louisville people haa become a TheosophIst Her father Dr Mac 3arthyof Sydney asserts that she Is itllll a staunch Catholic CARD OP THANKS Mr and Mrs John Garritty of Jef orsonvllle deslro to thank their friends for the many expressions of sympathy and kind remembrances luring their recent bereavement In tbc lose of their son William P Gar titty and especially the Rev Father Connell tho Ancient Order of Hi ernlans St Augustines AId Society I and the donors of floral designs oa STEWART DRY GOODS CO II Business Established Sixty Years EtfyolgoItE I SHOES Fourth Floor II SALE OF SCHOOL SHOES FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN Laird Schober Co and other representative makers of childrens footwear are featured strongly by us as the correct footwear for growing feet We specialize for this week School Shoes of merit and at decidedly popular prices Misses and Childrens Kid Welt Button Shoes naturiiyshape lasts sizes 8 12 to 5At 225 a 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COUNTER OPEN DAV AND NIOHT 50 W JEFFEKSONST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty OLUEGRASflXGHANGFLouis Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREETs r 11 New Louisville Jockey Club AUTUMN MEETING SIXTEEN DAYS RACING I Beginning Wednesday Oct 16 Ending Saturday Nov 2 SIX RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 P M WILLIAM GARRITY Popular Resident of Jeffer sonvllle Victim of Dread Dropsy William P Onrrlty one of the best known young men In JctferHonville a popular member of the Ancient Order of Hibernian St Augustines Aid Society and St Augustines con I gregation died Sunday morning at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John Garrity following an operation underwent a few days before for drojsy Isis loath came as a shock not only to his family but to the wide circle of friends who knew and esteemed him for his many excellent qualities and ever readiness to help those who suffered misfortune or sickness Will Garrity was born in Teffersonvillc and after receiving his education he learned the trade of a molder and worked in the plant of the American Car and Foundry Com pany until his health greed him to abandon it Then he went into the store of his father at Fifth and Missouri streets where he worked until eight weeks ago when he was forced to quit work and take to his bed He is survived by his parents and by the following orothers and sisters Michael Garrity Mrs Mary Coyle wife of Bernard Coyle Mrs Eifen Kenney wife of Timothy Ken ney and James Garrity Ills funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev John OConnell being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem The pall bearers were Michael Coyle Owen McCann Frank Kipper William Burke Dan Gill and Thomas Horn MAZZOXI AVOLPP asseJI1blage Miss lUiby Mazzonl and George Wolff was solemnized at the Cathedral in Wednesday afternoon Ilev Dr Schuhmann performing the ceremony Miss Lauretta Wolff sister of the groom was maid of honor Hor ace Sinamond acted as best man rs1 Wolff is the youngest daughter of Mr Charles Mazzoni and her hus band is a well known and prosperous resident of the West End SECOND ATTACK Capt Alex Easier the genial and goodnatured stationkeeper at the theisecondhemorrhage on Filth street Tuesday afternoon and was removed to tho City Hospital is reported much Im proved though still in a serious but not dangerous condition The first attack occurred several months ago and the second one greatly alarmed his many friends and relatives EGANS NARROW ESCAPE News was received here Thursday that A H Egan Superintendent of the Louisville division of the Illinois Central escaped from a freight wreck by jumping from the top of a box car while the train was running thir ty miles an hour at Princeton It was a test freight train pulling 1800 tons and Mr Egan stood on the rear car He saw cars leave the track ahead in time to Jump red escaped injury WINCHESTER Most interesting services were held Sunday evening at St Josephs Cath olio church at Winchester tho enroll ment of a number in the Confrater nity of the Most Holy Bosary being a prominent feature The pastor Rev William B Ryan preached a splendid sermon appropriate to tho occasion A large audience yeas present and much Interest was man fested PLANS NOT YET KNOWN Bishop Schinner of Superior has made an application to the City Council asking that they offer him at a reasonable figure eightyacres of city property of the tract of what is known as the Stinson lands It Is I the intention of the Bishop to erec an Institution which he says will be one of the finest of its Idnd nit the country At present he declines to state Us nature Ono report is that twill be a school l1 n t tI SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O II- DIVISON 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thom Keenan Jr- Financial BI Secretary P J CwJ Courthouse i Treasurercharles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kean eYe DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings ol Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording SeeretlryJohn loTorrls Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daaiel J Dougherty Sergeantatanns Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice PrestdentrStephen J McEI lIoU Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan MitchellSergeantSentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaun Hall County President Lonis Constan iineFPresidentJopn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret try T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Danner Bearer J G Cole Y Mr I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J iand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDanIel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside Sentinel O urge Bartsch PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of PhccnU Hill before closing contracts OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental work done forth least money Oar Dentistry Will Please Yen We are responsible and do just as wi advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE G42 FIFTH STREET CONDITIONS UNCHANGED John Mitchell the most famous ol tho Young Irelandors of 4S was an apostle of physical force Yet he distinguished as to the ripeness of conditions In 1800 he was offered the Presidency of the Fenian organization in this country He declined to accept because he did not think the conditions right fpr a resort to physical force at that time And they still remain the same and unY changed J ADVANCEMENT Being Made by Trinity Coun cil For New Club House splendhlIi InterestIllig cfivcd and all were pleased when the statement was made that none of tlm members were on the sick list Trinity is ranking steady advance ment with its building fund which proportions Committee to proceed with the erection of the new club house with the beginning of the building season next spring This will be a valuable addi tion to the Highlands and the members will have a home the equal of any In this section For the entertainment of the friends of the council a euchre will be given next month at which it is said a number of pleasing features will be introduced These social af fairs always Attract a large attendance and are very enjoyable The next meeting will be held Tuesday night andas the business to be transacted will be important the at tendance of every member is urged AUTUMN MEETING New Louisville Jockey Club Races dfegln Next- Wednesday The autumn race meeting under the auspices of the New Louisville Jockey Culb will begin next Wednes day at historic old Churchill Downs endIng LouIsvillealways look forward to the spring and fall meetings of the Jockey Club which furnish chum racing under whohavethelocalwillbebesthorsesbeIngA steeplechase handicap will be run oftheseotherdayalways proved a good drawing card hereEverything ance on the opening day and it Is rivalthatGOLDEN JUBILEE After fifty years of married life Phil Jordan aged seventytwo and Caroline Ilcls Jordan aged seventy J ears will celebrate their gulden wedding next Tuesday They are well known In the East End and live at 611 East Chestnut street A high mass will be sung at St Boniface church In the morning and in the evening a feast will be spread in Con cordia Hall Hancock and Jefferson streets EXPERT CRITICS William J Mackin the grocer and Jake Smith the saloon 1st have been in Chicago since Tuesday attending the worlds championship baseball series between Detroit and Chicago Their friends are anxiously await ng their return to hear the personal opinions of these two baseball expert critics and it goes without saying that ball will be a popular topic at tho corner of Seventh and Oak this fall HART RETURNS HOME Sir Robert Hart O C M G In specter General of Customs in China whose administrative work in the Far East has seldom been equaled In modern times is about to return borne after more than half a cen turys service Sir Robert was born at Mllltown County Armagh on February 20 1835 being the eldest son of Henry Hart of Ravarnette House Lisburn PROSPERING BRANCH Branch 4 of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America entertained the local Advisory Board Thursday evening at Bertrand Hall their meet ing place President Mike McDer mott of Branch 4 delivered an eloquent welcome address and promised the visitors that his branch would loon be the banner one of the city in point of numbers TAKES OPERA HOUSE St Anthonys Court Catholic Or der of Foresters of Bancroft Iowa has undertaken a unique line rf work That court has been Incor porated and taken over the owner ship of the Bancroft Opera House The court has a membership of 190 and Was organized two years ago Four divisions and four bands numbering about 1500 will participate In the parade tomorrow at Providence when the Rhode Island f Q FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Comb Phone lain 1913 1953TTrnn WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at ajl leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINKH- ofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 OUXSVJr D l4vT PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged 1LouisvilleASS FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 89 JOHN PI FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOE DERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE TORN FOERTELCO-INCoRPaR- ArsoBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH pHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KV All the now Fall Styles and shapes can bo found hero at reasonable prices HENRY HUNOLD DBAUtR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnae 4330 540 Wt WALNUT d HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of It tucks Whiskies esprrtsN PEARL OF NELBO1 r BnTTJJ n IN HMN- TTelephone lOlA 214 Sixth are Knights will hold their Columbus day celebration Diamond Wall Plaster Is put under the name QlI8tIty Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoter Plant J ffer onv llp Tml Phone 555 WES LIQUORS CIGARS VALSf1 SALOON VAL LESTER Prop V tint Lunch ever niominw friwr ftSO1 to 12SO oclock taU tV G fRRN y tifTVK 17 f Tv1 r 7T J v v I xj 1TI707CY Y I19B AN1BiilRTC71 l t K THE BIG STORE I Anniversary Sale F Begins today Saturday Specials in every department and ample salespeople to wait on you Be one of the many that will help us celebrate our Eighth Anniversary Mens Suits Boys Suits Hats and Furnishings AT ANNIVERSARY PRICES I THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO tAAIN 424 Foarth Between and Market StII f L PIANOSBuying a really good Piano at the right price and on liberal payment plans is a simple matter if you come here to make your purchase The largest Piano Store in the Sou- thMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COe Incorporated a8Or3O FOURTH AVENUE A 3 Pounds HalfDollar Mulloys Special Grade Coffee A universal favorite among lovers of good Coffee Always fresh and pure delivered to your door MULLOYCOFFEE now Phon I JJJ OJlqt W MARKET STREET a 8 xm3ya FREE FREE FREE BEGINNING SEPT 2 I West A- EurekaFlyer as long as they last will be given in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Bettor Made Except 10cent 15 cent and 6 lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the children S S s me Gllas6oYPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE- r 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 4t34 W Jefferson S1ree1t- MNIS fe tS 4 + S HAND WORK A 2T I I MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal ha been universally acknowledged as the best gas ran ge in the market They cook quickly ba ke excellently and on account of their pit ent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily clea ned and are made to last The new ituPr ovements this year will keep It in the front rank Having made i our 1907 cont ract before the advance in prices of all iroi n goods we are able to sell at old prlc e- sGEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND LARGEST AND BEST CITYjUiTED y CO SPECIALTY QUICK v JI GOODS CALLED FOR AND BOTH PHONES 1188493732 6REEN1i1 T N SHEPARD Prildnl MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MO3iY TO LOAN FiNNEI + MMiI1 Law lIrrlCutsr oiBnsN- a o o I 322 to 328 West Market Street 1 1MARKET STREET INCORPORATED BET THIRD AND fOURTHI ca Waists Jut Like Picture 9 What They Have Been Doin the Past Notes Another division Is in for Suffolk county Mass The Denver initiated ser eral new members last Friday night Division 1 is a number of for Its next Joseph L Lcnihan or Division 4 has taken up the study of should all endeavor to have a for the next will be by the Boston next spring Division 3 will meet night when further action may bo taken for the trip It Is that 2000 Cadets will be in the big parade In New Haven next August The two days fair under the aus pices of Ladles 19 of Walthnm Mass was a huge success The Ladles of Ilaclne Wis has given the public library there 200 worth of books for circula tion With a few more earnest workers such as Denny Coleman of Division 3 the order would have a 4 meets Monday night and It is that the date will be set for the big under its 4 of St Paul gave a card and party last week the of the fund for its festival queen It is the evident of tin in Boston arid to make the parade next spring a grand of State Burke and National Sheehan have ready another division in Vermont which they will Istitute at St Albans cadets were enrolled In the company just organ zed at New Haven Conn and as runny more are waiting the next by the list of tho Boston Board of next year will be of a number of men in Suffolk county affairs for a decade Not for years has there been the interest In the order In that is now on all sides Our four divisions will make a fine before the close of the year The different division officers should plan to the menu hers with out of the ordl lary routine at thereby Interest and a regular attend ance The Queen of the St Paul Hiber tan festival will be crowned on October 29 With many pretty for tho honor the choice will prove rather difficult The Ladles will hold an meeting night tt is hinted that an winter will then be unfolded All the are to be present was honored last week with a of the State Board of the Ladies The ladies had a two days business session and were highly elated over the condition of their order Among the many the walls of Hall at Hart ford Conn one of the most Is the likeness of the late Patrick A Collins by Editor Sheehan of the Boston Division 40 of Jamtlca Plain Mass now the largest In the State and the has ap a of thirty for its annual ball next month and arc being mode for a big affair Montana donated 5000 for the fund for the of Montana priests the with Bishop Carroll and put forward after his to ofr of 2 Is not now to spend his j J c 328West SECOND FLOOR iINuns Veiling WaistsII- II SPECIAL 298 VALUE I ee eHIBERNIANS WeekGeneral- Newa prospect auxiliary promised applications meeting Treasurer lawWe candidate initiation monthBuilding operations commenced Highlands Hibernians Thursday convention expected Hibernian Connecticut Auxiliary Auxiliary continual growth Division expected initiation auspicesDivision dancing donating proceeds Intention Hibernians vicinity demonstration strength President Organizer Seventysix Hibernian meetingJudging candidates Aldermen composed prominent Hibernian Louisville apparent showing entertain something meetings promoting Tuesday evening contestants Auxiliary Important Wednesday Interesting programme members requested Syracuse meeting Auxiliary reported pictures adorning Hlbernlah striking splendid presented Hibernian reported strongest financially pointed committee preparations Hibernians endowment education project originating shortly elevation theXBlshopric HelenaTim Division tending meetings preferring evenings entertaining 19i I These Waists are fresh crisp extremely beautiful and have no counterpart at the price They are made ofallwool nuns veiling front handsomely silk emI broidered back front collar and cuffs beautifully 0 tuckedTo had in black white red navy brown cham ipagne light blue pink nile and reseda green all sizes IOO I8 I REPUBLICAN TICKET I For Governor- AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of MaysvIlle For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Hopkinsville For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Harrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD PARLEY of Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- of Munfordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABBE- of Ashland Poor Clerk of the Court of Appeals NAIIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture Jf 0 RANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For R R Commissioner Third Dist A T SILER of WJiitley county a healthy young Hibernian that has just arrived from babyland The proud father Inca been receiving many congratulationsThere big county initiation at Syracuse this week Owing to the organization of new divisions there are now some 400 or 500 members awaiting the third and fourth de green which have not been exempli fied for some time For a hustling upto date division they point to Division 5 of Quincy Mass who five years ago decided to build a hall and the result of their endeavors has been the erection of a substantial block for business and lodge purposes that compares favorably with any building in Nor folk county THEATRICAL Vine Women and Song another big musical extravaganza which made a hit hero last season will be seen ot the Masonic Theater next week This is an uptodate offering beautifully staged and presented by a cast of excellent players Al H Wilson who comes to Macaulcys the first half of next week in Metz in the Alps has never appeared in Louisville He has been on the stage a number of years and he Is said to be one of the cleverest of the German dialect comedians rThe Mary Anderson Theater pre Hen ling llaw and Erlan ers nd vanccd vaudveillc has another icmarkable bill composed of stars nnd European novelties for next reek This weeks show which was without doubt the greatest vaudeville performance eNcr witnessed In Louise Vlllct has proved beyond a doubt thatt advanced vaudeville is becoming week and Is heremore popular every to stayTom Nawn and his capable little presenting the originalonpany nythlcai Irish comedy Pat and the lent will be the headline attraction at the Hopkins next week Six prom neat vaudeville stars are booker for tho new continuous bill in addition to which there will lIe seven otllcr excellent numbers including the Wnodrome which will present an t- hedreadygreat picture recentrokersEnglish derby ANOTHKIl CHURCH Rumor has it that another Catholic church will be erected here to be ocated at Fortieth and Chestnut treets Preparations are noW making Ht iis said to begin tIle work as soon os practicable ENJOYING VACATION Patrolmen Thomas McGoff Edward Connor Tom Simpson Sergeant Vlll Wales and Lieut Jacob Werle vlll return to their posts on the I slice force today after enjoying a veil teamed ten flays vacation r t 322 to Market Street IRELAND I Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges resignsfromFire at Ardee caused Philip Fay serious loss fifteen tons of oat straw being consumed before the flames were gotten under control Papers report the sale of the Butler estate in the County Wexford on terms that are generous and re fleet fairly the value of land in IrelandThe Bishop of Clogher recently en- and blessed the first sod of the new female orphange and chapel proposed to be erected at Bundoran County Donegal Prospects for the wheat crop in Armagh Cavan Fermanagh and Monaghan are reported fairly good tlough the harvest is fully a fortnight late The death of Peter JfcShano caused much grief in Dromiskln where he was held in the highest esteem Ills funeral was a large and representative one The Drogheda show marked a dis tinct advance on those held in pre vious years and was favored by fine weather and a large attendance The entries totaled 2400- Announcement of the death ot Adam Moore was received by the peo ple of Ballybay and vicinity with general regret as was attested by the large attendance of the public at his funeral The Cork Evicted Tenants Associa tion has passed a resolution calling on the Nationalists of Ireland to see that the present evicted tenants acts not made one for the planting of nero grabbers in the country The body of Constable Patrick Prior R I C was recovered from I the Shannon at Limerick Deceased was stationed at Carrigaholt County Clare It is not clear how he got into the river He was fortyfive years of age and unmarried The golden jubilee of Mother Joseph of the Presentation Convent at Waterford is being availed of by the past and present Children of Mary for the purpose of congratulating the jublliarion on her joyous attainment of that auspicious event and of presenting her with an address and presentation A Ballinrobe correspondent says the coming winter in the West of Ireland promises to be a terribly trying one for the poor who are bsolutcly face to face with starvu lon The potato cropthe chief aainstay has been a miserable fall ire and even the fairly welltodo farmer has been seriously affected Coroner Sellers and a jury held an quest at CarrlclnnacrosK on the ody of Michael Dowdall a young Iud who died as the result of injuries ecelvcd through the wheel of a hreshing machine passing over him ut Carriekedmond and found that no blame could be attached to any me the occurrence being purely tccidental Summonses have been Issued against eight members of the Killyan ranch of the league near Ballina toe County Galway charging that with drums they willfully attempted to disturb the peace at Carramore The defendants are tenants on the heevers estate at Ivillyan on which icgotlations for sale have fallen through owing to tub landlord declin- Ing to dispose of grass lands on the property As a result the landlord wall boycotted and hind to employ mergeney men to do the necessary work on the lend In his dwn hands hose men reside in the yard of the amllords residence and arc under lose police protection The charge In tho summonses arises out or the action of the tenants meeting tho merBency men on the road while nrtin1 coal fill drumming them Dho district Is in a very disturbed state two recent attempts to servo roce scsi for rent raving failed BUILDING FUND EUCHRE l An afternoon and evening euchre or the benefit of St Columbas hurch building fund will be given uesday and Wednesday November 19 and 20 at PflsteVs Hall Twenty fth and Market streets Many hand some prizes have been seceured and 110 doubt a large sum will be raised i ror tills laudable purpose o ONN NNNNNOINNON NA NlN i JAMES GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST 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