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KLNTUcKY IRIS AICANI VOLUME XIXNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTSII RAGE OVER TUo ItojmbllcntiH Are Beaten Angry and Now on the Defensive Called For Insult Offered the Lender of the National- Democracy I Connection With the Tobacco Trust Puts Party in a Bad Position EVADES ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN From setting the pace for his asso cIato orators in attacking the Demo cratic record in the administration of public affairs Augustus 12 Will son Republican Gubernatorial candi date has been put on the defensive within the week past responding to leading attacks upon his own record 113 a lawyer and n man of truth and in making that defense he has lost his head and now resorts in the last days of the campaign to abuse of the men against whom he is making a race before the intelligent voters of anqdisprovedand is unable to respond except through use of the words incompe tent and tumblebug applied to the men who have him on the griddle and are punishing him Whom the Gods would destroy they first make made is an old saying and he is certainly mad these days The distinguished candidate of the Republican party first sidestepped issues of the campaign when he de clared in a public speech that William J Bryan of Nebraska had been paid 500 a day to come to Kentucky and make speeches from a special train in the interest of Judge linger Gov Bcckham and those running with them in this campaign For this deliberate misstatement he was quiikly called by State Chairman Henry D Hines of the Democratic Committee and by tho lIon Urey Woodson of Owensboro who was In strumental in getting the distinguished Nebraskan to visit the State this fall His answer was that he couldnt prove a word lIe hind uttered in the matter nor in any way justify his insult to tho great leader of the national Democracy- In attempting to respond to the serious charge preferred by the Hon J Morgan Chlnn of Mercer that he is the hired attorney in Kentucky I of the Tobacco Trust Mr Willson has placed himself in a most ridiculous anti at the same time pitiable condition for a man seeking before the honest anti libertyloving people of Kentucky the high office of Governor of tho State First declaring that he had been employed by the trust In but a single case in the Kentucky courts he was forced by a showing of the public records to admit that he had represented ono or another branch of tho Iniquitous trust in other cases lIe then sought to extricate himself from his position by declaring that he had been gotten Into second case because of having won n similar case just previous to the filing of this second ease Rely ing upon this explanation he declared another man to be the real Kentucky lawyer for tho Tobacco Trust and gave expression to his real feeling in a declaration that he thought a ratanll could be a trust lawyer and still at the same time properly and equitably administer the affairs of the peojlle and not have nay leaning in the direction or ils employer of the swollen fortune Either Mr Willson Isnt tho lawyer and astute man whom he has been advertised to be or he thinks tho people of Kentucky the constituency whom ho would like to represent as their Governor arc slow thinking He had no sooner declared that ho was drawn into the Con tinental Tobacco Company case that one in which he sought for them to evade the payment of 100000 into r the publle treasury of the city of Louisville as taxes through employ ment in a similar case for the Mengel Box Company than Mr Chinn the Democrat who first called the attention of the public to his trust t connection disclosed to the public whom Mr Willlion sought to deceive that the Box Company is largely h held by the Continental Tobacco Company and by Mr Duke the to bacco king of the United States and that in reality the company in whose fight he learned the tactics to be employed in tho Continental case is but an infant industry of the parent corporationAngered intensely at this exposure of his trust and monied connections this Republican lawyer showed his bitterness In attacks of a violent nature upon A Owslcy Stanley the Congressman and Tobacco Growers Association oratpr of Western Ken tucky and upon Gov Bockhnm Judge Hager and Congressman Olllc M James of the First Congressional district lIe referred to the dis tinguished Kentuckian who has occu pied the Governors chair for eight years and who is the nominee of the Democratic party for a sent in the United States Senate as Crlpsy He referred ito Judge linger who has a Statewide reputation for ability and honesty in public affairs as incom potent and dismissed the brainy Firstdistrictmarks were well in keeping with a man who would denounce the greatest Democratic leader of the century- as a paid orator They wore such as f offthe wealthy classes who have no regard for the great masses of this eounlryBia VJw xedlt noinan wH being honest 05 YlHh having an bono u H et- 7 cst purpose Time Democrats at tacked in such fashion will pay no heed to Mr Willsons references knowing them to emanate from ia man who has lost his head through realizing that the people of Ken tucky aro about to turn him down as have tho people of the Fifth Con grcssional district before this time when lid sought to represent thew Mr James in n speech at Danville during tune week referred to the anger of Mr Willson and said that he doubtless recalled the tumble bug to Wlllson for ho and other Democratic campaigners hind been rolling him around some since they had gotten him on the run as a result of his trust connections CLERGY AND PEOPLE Give Bishop Maes a Hearty Welcome and Receive Blessing Right Rev Bishop C P Mass was given a hearty reception at Coving ton on his return home from Home Ho was met in Cincinnati by Vicar General Ferdinand Brossart Rev Father A Ilaumclster Rev Father henry Tnppert Rev Father James Gore Secretary of the Bishop and Rev Father Stephen Schmidt At the latter place lllshop Macs was dined at the residence of Father Schmidt by the Trustees of the congregation and later the bells of the various Catholic churches announced the Bishops coming As he stepped out of the carriage in front of the Cathe deal he was met by the clergy of the diocese and a vast number of his con gregation Bishop Macs then conducted services in the Cathedral ac cording to the rubrics prescribed by the church and so packed was the edifice that many persons were un able to gain admission The Bishop although fatigued from his journey made a brief address saying in part- I como back with a greater love of the Pontiff greater love for our greater land of freedom and for the greater love of Christ and his blessed sacrament of love He closed the services with the benediction and his blessing after which he was escorted to his residence by the clergy where the formal reception took place Bishop Macs presided over the Fifth Kuchoristlc Congress at Pittsburg JOLLY NIGHT Hibernians Feast and Make Merry as Guest of Division 2 The oyster feast arranged by Di vision 2 A O II for its members and friends on Friday night of last week excelled anything heretofore rftTcTelrTIur Thbi1 Ianit7nn social way President Ford called tho meeting to order and then turned the gavel over to Chairman Joe Lynch who extended tho visitors n hearty cead mille fnllthc and In review Ing the history of the division said It was never in better condition thou at present County President Murphy Thomas Keenan and Edward Crnddick were guests of honor and delivered addresses that enthused their hearers They expressed them selves elated with tho awakened interest that was manifest making a strong appeal to all to aid in strengthening time order and Increas ing its membership to 500000 After partaking of the abundance of good things provided and all hud been supplied with cigars short hut tolling talks were made by President Ford William M Higgins Joe Lynch William Median Dr Robert E Sullivan and Owen Kieran who pointed out why and how tho Ancient Order makes tho Irishman loyal to hU sentry and useful to his fellowman Vocal solos were rendered and Irish ballads sung by Dan Brown Frank Woulfe James Kavanaugh and IKd ward Mndlgan and the jig dancing of Dan McKenna and Con Ford re vived memories of days passed long ago In the Emerald Isle Among the pioneers of tho division who partici pated In tho pleasures of the evening were Patrick Cnuulngham James Welsh John Cunningham Owen Kelran and John J Sullivan Before adjourning health was drang to Michael Kcany tho dean of Division n FITZGERALD NOMINATED Mayor John F Fitzgerald Is unop posed for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Boston The dark horse which it was supposed would be trotted to time Mayoralty track last Saturday remained under cover and Mayor Fitzgerald went to tho municipal convention In an easy canter When the nomination papers were filed it appeared that there was no opposing candidate Time Good Government Association and the Republican City Committee which were expected to unite on a candi date to oppose Fitzgerald are far apart and it seems probable that the fight will be triangular with the chances altogether In favor of tIll Mayors reelection WELCOME VISITOR Miss Ada Conklin State Secretary of the Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is here visiting tho State President Miss Mary Sheridan Sho has many friends in Louisville who will bo glad to meet her and it Is hoped she will remain to attend the next meeting of the local auxiliary 0 REGISTRATION Democrats who were unable to register at the regular time because of illness or absence from the city may do so at tIle Court House next Monday Tuesday and Wednesday This will bo their lasj chance and if yheyaapglget jMbey cBnot vote la IkeelNLtlant hM t mr lit li I THE PEOPLES CHOICE FOR MAYOR HOIST OWEN TYLESR DEMOCRATS WHOSHWLD BEELEGTED Walter Ratcliffe Democratic nom plalnbluntruffles lIe knows much of State and municipal matters learned in this best way possible by having been for ninny years engaged in public af fairs There never was a time when his official action was not governed solely by what in his judgment was right and for the best Interests af countyWithevery detail of the office to which he aspires and for which no man Is better qualified Ills record in time past is a guarantee for time future and the voters will do well to cast their ballots for him Lyne Herndon who has been nom CityAuditorh tho voters of Louisville where he has spent all his life Before he was elected City Auditor two years ago he held positions of trust and responsibility Mr Herndon nized as u conservative yet energetic business man and his familiarity with financial transactions make him n valuable man for Auditor During the period he held the office ho made a splendid record and never were the city employes kept waiting for their money During the campaign Mr Herndon has worked hard for the entire ticket and his good natured and manly spcntheN have won over many voters The Kentucky Irish American takes great pleasure In submitting for the fnvora consideration of its readers tlfe name of James Reedy for Judge of the City Court who is respectfully soliciting time mm go of his fellow lt1ze1llf at the il 11hIlg municipal election Mr Reedy is a sterling Democrat Und worthy any truest that may be imposed In him Hrshigh at tho bar and has a record that his friends feel proud of A man of experience and keen foresight he will tempter justice with mercy and enforce thc law without fear or favor and this should entitle him to time votes of independent and self respecting citizens Thomas A Shelley who has tin nomination for City Tax Receiver Is a young mall well known andpopuhr with tho taxpayers of Louisville Two years ago he was elected to the office but so well did ho perform his duties that he was reappointed immediately after the Court of Ap peals decision During his administration of his important trust not a person who has visited the Tax Receivers office has ever been known to make a complaint and when his books were examined they were al ways found honestly kept and absolutely correct There is not a can didate on either ticket that has stronger claim on the gratitude and suffrage of our cHfzens than Tops Shsdley and eve should all remember him on election day by placing our cross mark in the Democratic column In nominating John R Pffanz for County Jailer the Democrats have pint fowprVbneoftbglrstioegest- 4r tit tFTit 1 + mf men and it Ls freely predicted not i alone by his partisans but by tIllI Republicans an well that he will be elected by a big majority as he has made the best Jailer Jefferson county spentInthl8 reposellIIIfound In tho fact that when nom inated for Alderman Sheriff and Jailer he each time ran ahead of his ticket Jailer Pflanx has surrounded himself with a force of capable and trustworthy men and has adminis tered tho affairs of his office in such a manner as to win public commenda lion from all parties Under him the city and county have been saved bl f suns of money and there Is ever reason why ho should be continued In office The Democrats Jefferson county have nominated Dr Charles Moir as their candidate for Coroner thus showing their discrimination in pick- Ing out a good and suitable man Dr Moir has been u resident of Louisville for years and has established himself UK a good neighbor and n useful and progressive citizen In the practice of his profession ho has won dis tinction and often his services among tho poor which were quite con siderable were given free of charge Dr Moir IK warmhearted full of patriotic fervor and friendly to every Instinct of liberty nationality and freedom traits that stamp him as a man of the people and should secure for him a tremendous vote For County Assessor tho people of Louisville and Jefferson county should cast thclr votes for Squire John M Adams whom everybody knows to be honest clean capable nnd courageous ns a public official His record is unsurpassed and tho Democrats should see to it that he is continued in office Never a person calls upon tho Assessor who does not receive prompt and courteous treatment at the hands of his efficient deputies all of whom haVo had train ing that fit them for their work The friends of Peter Cusick Nle Sheridan Kellar Williamson Sam English and in fact the entire office force arc working night and day for 8qulro Adams election and are bo ing encouraged by promises of sup port from Main street and the small taxpayers Assessor Adams stands high among the business element and this with his popularity among tho workingmen to whom ho has rendered much valuable service should leave no doubt as to his victory For the County Court Marion lUll and William J OConnor are candl dates for Judge and County Attorney respectively and are looked upon as the right men for the place Since looming to Louisville years ago Mr hilly has manifested constant inter est in the cit advancement and being a lawyer of high standing hs illsorOConnor is one of the beat known and most highly rpspeetgd youf- llayers of tiisyellywwhertr in 5 J tki educationIgraduating from law school with high honors He has been successful speechesduringpower of swaying men that shows his fitness for the office which he seeks In honoring him the Demo cratic party will honor itself strengthtoStein of tho Louisville Anzeigcr nominee for City Treasurer and Charles n Greer candidate for Clcrl of the Police Court Both are known from one end of the city to tho other and have succeeded in making many votes for the ticket Mr Stein is a representative of our best German citizenship and has risen from the ranks of the workingmen with whom he once worked as a coal miner Mr Greer has served in the Board of Councilmen with honesty and ability Since attaining manhood he urns been identified with some of Louisvilles largest business acquittedhlmselCto represent them in tho City Hull It would seem strange if people who favor home rule would vote for other candidates An office that needs a man of executive ability Is that of Sheriff and the Democrats displayed excel lent judgment In their selection ot Dan II Russell for that Important post Mr Russell came to Louisville some years ago and at once Identified himself with the citys business In terests his great energy and integ rity speedily pushing him to time front and making him a prominent figure on Main street From tho first he has been successful and he stands today a leader among men For years he has been active In every movement having for Its object tis advancement of the business Interests of Louisville and always contributed generously to both charitable and public undertakings As an employer he pays good wages and is a firm friend of the working people Mr ltu sell will make a confidenceon0 In whom all can have Hoi has also been active in fraternal society circles time members of which hare rallied strongly to his support inportnnt to the people at large Is he election of Senators and Repress tatheJ to the next Legislature whb will have the responsible duty of making laws for their government For Senator from the Thirtysixth district Harry W Robinson is the Democratic nominee and all who know or have heard him admit his fitnclis for the Sonata He is for good government in the trua sense of thin word and if thorn are any changes made in tho Legislature they must be for time benefit wf Louisville to receive his support HJghlyi educated with experience and good BVsnHe lie will bo found taking front rink in the Senate For D cliff of the Police Court papular A Ike Tyhanls the standard bearer aViotaJK admit that a better1 1 1t t + JA r 1iJ i f selection could not Faithful in the perftP been made i hisidutieswith whom he comes in cirtng to an foofllceI in the Police Court as deputy evtt fylng to him nnd Ills friends is 1efactsuppofromcalled there Before his pppolntmcnt as Bailiff Mr Tynan was employe d as a molder and served several termjijas President of time Molders Union of which he is still a trusted and honored member No one in hii- jj position has done more for organize d labor than he a fact which the workingmen will remember when they cast their ballots November 5 I i I CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Will Make Meeting Places Pleasant For Winter Nights Inlghtscfplan that is well calculated to In crease the attendance at meeting and arouse a general interest in the work of securing more members an p slrengtrening that great order It Is nothing less than to devote a part of eachmeeting night to the entertain rent of the members who will he thus enabled to spend many pleasan evenings The announcement at tracted u large gathering to St Johns Hall on Monday night when President Median mid Chalnmi Mnun outlined their programme which includes musical and literary exercises debates addresses recep tions nail other forms of entertainment The initial meeting was at tended by ninny visitors among them Capt Kate Eugene McCarthy and John Schalda of the Central Commit tee who commended Branch 25 for its interest in the younger element Those who contributed to the interest of this meeting were Messrs Hen hand Charles Dessc Thomas Hill Joe hand Secretary Mike Hill anil others Time Uniform Rank came in for its slime of praise and time meet ing was voted the most enjoyable held by Branch 2fl for years all being reminded of facts to think and talk about It Is thought that the example set will be followed by the Knightswillthis winter DESSE WON WATCH Branch 042 C Kof A Pro- videR Big Feast For Its Friends One of the most enjoyable and profitable meetings the Catholic Knights of Louisville ever held in this city was that arranged by the officers and members of Branch G42 for last Tuesday night at their hull Campbell and Broadway When resident Veeneman called for orde the hall was thronged with visitors trine nil sections of tho city wild roctlvcd a most cordial welcome The business was quickly dispatched and the two hours that followed will not he soon forgotten The lresilent and Messrs Joe McGinn James Welch Ben Kruno and Will dishing asked to be excused but soon returned and uncovered tables laden with spiced roasts and plenty to eat and drink to which ample justice was done The feast was a bounteous one and was gracefully presided over by Harry Wolf of Branch 4 After the inner man had been satisfied and cigars lighted President Veeneman called upon William M Higgins Capt Gus Kane John Schalda Charles J Desse Joe McGinn and Oscar Mayer who responded with short but spir ited talks and expressed the belie that the feeling and outlook for the Catholic Knights was better than ever before Much enthusiasm was created by the appearance of Cor poral Will Mcchan and a body of the Uniform Rank who had just finished drilling Another recess was taken for the purpose of serving the late arrivals and then the event of the evening the drawing for tin watch took place Nearly every tbClt ia the 300 class was held by sonic one In the tall and of the lust tvvj suit one won for Charles Dessc thu prize This metotlng starts n new feature among the Catholic Knights one which Is commended to all the branches STRONG AT FINISH Dun oreurthe Irish pedestrian and worldsfamous long distance walker finished his 1000 mile walk at Norwood Inn in Cincinnati at 7 oclock Sunday morning Ho walked one mile during each hour for 1000 consecutive hours nnd although he is nearly sixtyfive years old he at no time during this test of his strength has shown any signs of faltering This Is ono of the most remarkablo walking tests ever witnessed in America and the medical world has been intensely interested as to the outcome It Is said that the International Tuberculosis Association per sanded OLeary to attempt time walk and that he Is to receive 5000 for accomplishing the task- 1IALL01VFEN Next Thursday night will be Hallow con a great night for the young who then give more parties and play wilder pranks than at any other time of the year For this night there are many amusing games ftr tho homes that old and young may enjoy and tis gratifying to note that the outside and rougher observ ance is rapidly pasting away Boys are prone to mischief however but this year they will bo watched by thepdllceI r CANT BE TRUfe Homo Letter Says Cardinal Merry Del Val In Ready to Retire 1 IHiSccrctllry of State Asks sto Be Relieved of Duties Striking Sample of News Seat Out to time Secular PreflfC DISGUSTED WITH ANTI CLEHI LS Frequently in these columns at tention unrelInbllltythe secular press by correspondents who care not what they write Last Sundays New York World contains a fair sample of the specials sent out and for the publication of which the editors of any metropolitan daily i should blush The letter is dated from Rome and wo give it in full permissiondinal Neto the Patriarch of Lisbon to join a religious order and to give up his position in order to do so comes the announcement that Car dinal Merry del Vnl Papal Secretary of State has renewed his application to the Pope to retire from the responsibilities which Ills position im plies and to join the Jesuit order Itis not the first time the Cardinal has made such an application to the Holy appointgdApostolic permissiontowhich was firmly refused It is al most certain that such will bo the case in the present instance as Plus X is fond of his Secretary of State There is much speculation hero re r garding the motives which have prompted the Cardinal to express o rr position the Jesuit order can be said to be justified because he received his higher education at Stonyhurst the great English Jesuit establishment In which most of the sons of the British Catholic aristocracy are trained in the sciences and the doc trines of the church Most of the prelates at present occupying British 1 dioceses have received their education in the same Institution and as a rule have remained warmly attached to their Alma Mate r In Vatican circles it is believed the Cardinal has become disgusted at the assaults made on him by the anticlerical press which culminated II feTf days ago in two personal attacks by anticlerical mobs Many prominent prelates here assert that time Cardinals decision to join the Jesuit order has deeper motives than the opposition of the anticlericals For sonic time past the press of all PapalSecretarypersonally responsible for the policy regarding Italian aspiration of preserving Rome as the capital of the kingdom Be sides his election as Papal Secretary of State when still comparatively young has caused some secret opposition against him in the very inner Vatican circles It is common knowl prelato posed to the young Secretary of State Nthedinal tp time position which has beenlheld for years by an Italian member of the Sacred College The opposition against the Cardinal in the inner Vatican circle also is due to the con bythopresentPontificateEveryone here is tinclined to blame the Cardinal as personally responsible for the troubles which have occurredNot a long time hat anything more mpropable been printed than the foregoing It would be a hard task to crowd more misstntcmentti into the same space- KNIGHTS AT LEBANON The Knights of Columbus will 1 institute a council at Lebanon on Sunday November 3 for which event the Catholics of that place hays made great preparation Knights and cnm dtdates will attend high mass Augustines1 church and after members of Louisville Counc confer tho three degrees ThJ monies will be followed by nj at night when promlne from various parts of tIt deliver addresses For J modatlon of those who this city the LouisvilK railroad will run ajleaving Union statU Broadway at 730 morning j MARTIN NOP Martin Norton city since boyhoo years connected m department diem Tuesday morning Chapel street fljf that caused a e eases Dcccasec age and survivJ daughters Mis Norton and M also two nlstei Mrs B Tiernj member of DijI that body hadj mcnts for the place Thursda Patricks churn NTUO SH fEIUOANi F KENTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN Dsyoted to the Moral Cantsnodof all frisk Al KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRlNTNGCqcorPora ubllnhersl SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YAOLE CORY 5C i1ttertAddress all Commuolcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AfXlCANt 33S37 West Oren St If I TRADES LABEL U1110N NCI i LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1907 j YOUR OUTV JOnly nine days rempu betwee now and the election Vblch mean much for Louisville and Kentucky Between the two tickets headed by Owen Tyler and James F Grinstcad there Is a difference that is appar c ent to eve y onethe allied forcer for projjtosB and advancement bcin with yfjc former while the bigoted 4ant narrow minded clement that for o er half a century has stood In tho way of Louisvilles growth are supporting the latter The Democrat have placed before the people a ticket representative of good citizen ship and all classes one that every voter should delight to cast his bal lot for We should profit by the lesson of the past and vote for the Democratic nominees who are men too big to be bossed and too honest a o bo bought And right here we want to say a word to the thrifty and industrious working men Ywho when Saturday night cornea Jlay their heads upon their pillows with all their bills paid and a little laid by for the care and protection cf the home that shelters their families We suggest to them to contrast the two forces that are ap pealing for their votes and then ask themselves what benefit they or the t city over received from the Bullets the Bruces the Dukes or the mint tern who arc neglecting their calling c promote dissension and Illfeeling throughout the city Have they or any of them ever espoused the cause of the people or been the friends of the workIngmen We think not On the other hand let us look at the men on the other side who are for the Democratic ticket and what they have done for our beloved city Whoso capital and enterprise was it that erected the Lincoln Bank build ing the Scelbach Hotel the Ather otonbuilding the New York Store the Mary Anderson Theater the Paul Jones building and many others that have marked Louisville progress and given employment to thousands flaring tile past few years It was that of men who advocate the elec tion of Owen Tyler and the Demo cratic ticket These are facts that can not be disputed facts that should decide every man who loves freedom and a continuation of the present prosperous conditions All that re mains to be done Is to vote for Owen Tyler and elect the Democratic ticket by an overwhelming majority Mr Tyler is a faithful communicant of the Episcopal church and for this very reason can be trusted by his fel low cttizens to perform his official I duties in a conscientious and praiseworthy manner Again we say vote for him lILATIIEItfiKITKS TThe good people of Louisville those who would be justto nil have long looked upon Rev M P Hunt and his small coterie of ministerial followers as blatherskites but It remained for the present local political campaign to prove to what Ignorant depths of denunciation they can descend They say it would be an outrage to elect non Owen I Tyler the Democratic candidate Mayor of the city but they do not nor can not set forth one legitimate b claim to substantiate their assertion Simply because a good clean citizen ir not a member of their society r 1lte is no ground for the tirade of cowardly and wholly unwar rantable abuse that these ministers poured forth from their pulpits last Sunday The scope of these preach rrs when beholding matters of public interest is about as spacious as the C a needle When it comes to Cj the dynasty that would de of our liberty and freedom in humble submission to Hunt and Lila foolish fol CENSUS FIGURES ling with all the Ipal government just the Census Bureau sties in the United more than 30000 h striking figures to the saloons are fcre the number of nncss is largest i 4000000 popula k for temperance Milwaukee the breweries and for third place oons record an sts for drunk than one for Boston and the Prohlbl and where the are greatly credit of more arrests for drunkenness than any of the other large cities surpassing even San Francisco and Chicago These Government statistics are but another forcible vindication of our contention that prohibition does tint prohibit When there Is just and liberal regulation of the saloons and clubs temperance will prevail hut the enforcement of prohibition and sumptuary laws depriving men of he right to vat and drink what they please will be followed by hypocrisy and drunkenness FOUNDATION FOU CHARACTEH Not every buy can be a rich man or a great man but every boy can be a gentleman A boy with gentlemanly manners who is trusty alit- hottestl and ices his very best every day will gain the attention and con fidence of men and will be given paying and responsible posltlops as soon is he Is old enough to flit them Boys like to have fun and a good time It Ih right they should They will never be boys but once but to have fun is not altogether what they arc made for Boys are of value chiefly to make men good for something in the world Character like a house must have the right kind of a founda tion The foundation stones of a good character are a reverence for God respect and obedience to par cuts and deference for old people The people of Louisville should not overlook the Importance of securing the next Democratic national conven tion Every citizen anti every indus try should contribute liberally to the guaranty fund and render all possi ble assistance to those who arc trying to bring that great gathering ti Louiftvillo Tho Democratic eon vention would be effective in obliterating the bad name given our city during the past few mouths by Iicn of selfish and partisan instincts During the week there has been much disquiet and uneasiness in Eastern financial circles with big runs upon banks unit trust companies f and souse suspensions These dis turned conditions have hind little effect locallyevery demand being promptly met and large reserves remaining Our hanks are well mar aged and it can be safely said that there is not the slightest occasion for alarm In regard to any of them To outsiders reading of the many cards and edicts issued in the dally papers for our guidance and morals by the llev Mr P Hunt of A P A fame would lead them to believe that wto were having a hard time here Well we would that Is if any one took the llev Hunt seriously THANKS FOR BOUQUET In the last issue of the Journal of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America we find the following hand some bouquet thrown at us by the able editor of that very Interesting fraternal society publication which applies to the entire force and for which all feel grateful The Kentucky Irish American published by Brother Higgins of Louisville Ky is one of the very best Catholic papers that comes to our desk and It ought to receive the unanimous support of every Catholic In Kentucky Particularly should It be in every Irish Catholic ramifyI not only in Kentucky but in adjacent States THEATRICAL The Grand Mbgul which last year scored a great success the first bIg musical event of the season omen to Macauleys for the first wo nights cf next week with Frank Moulan and the original cast and a horus of pretty girls who can sing Advanced vaudeville at the Mary Anderson scored another big success his week with crowded houses dally Beginning Monday afternoon another fine programme will be offered in roducing several of the topliners of ho vaudeville stage With the ra luction in prices the theater should be taxed to its full capacity Myles McCarthy in the great comedy success A Race Touts Dream will head the bill at the lopkins next week Others who will contribute to the entertainment are Arthur Deming the famous minstrel the Transformation Four Laura lowo and her Dresden dolls and other prominent stays in the vaude rllle firmament One of the biggest musical shows of the year will be seen it the lasonio Theater next week the at ruction being The Cat an l the Fiddle Some of the most elaborate scenic effects ever seen on a local stage will be shown in the cx ravaganza There is a large chorus and a number of vaudeville people fttt note in the cast HAVE GONE WEST j Leo Flanagan and Edward Clem twoJVelJ known young mm left WednCtaday for Oklahoma There 1 D Dt OCRATIC TICKET qnaaU- nited States Senator J C W BECKHAM Governor- S W HAGEIl Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE Secretary of State HUBERT VUE ELAND Auditor HENRY BOSWOUTH Treasurer RUBY LAFFOON Attorney General JOHN K UENDRICKS Superintendent Public Instruction M O WINFREY Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN AppealsJOHN Railroad Commissioner CHARLES C McCHORD ITV Mayor OWEN TYLER tty Treasurer LOUIS E STEIN GIty Auditor LYNK HEKNDON City Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Police JudeJAMES REEDY City Prosecuting Attorney ROBERT J HAGAN Clerk Police Court CHARLES D QUEER Bailiff City Court MIKE TYNAN COUNTY County Judge MARION IE RIPV County Sheriff DAN H RUSSELL County Clerk WALTER RATCLIFFK County Attoriiey I WM J OCONNOR County Assessor JOHN M ADAMS County Jailer JOHN R PFLANX County Coroner DR CIIAS MOm County Surveyor L D HOLINGSWORTII LKGISLATIVR Senator Thirtysixth District HARRY W ROBINSON Legislature Fortyfourth District LLOYD W GATES Legislature Forty flfth District JOHN KEATING Legislature Fortysixth District CHRIST MUELLER Legislature Fortyseventh District JAMES A HAGAN Legislature rortyelgh District EDWAltD if FLBXNKK Legislature Fortyninth District WM A PERRY Legislature Fiftieth DIstrict THOMAS MORAN Legislature Piftyfirt District JOSEPH M LEE Magistrate Eighth Magisterial Dist P T SULTIVAN- Constablc Eighth Magisterial Dist JOSEPH M NELLIGAN ALDEHSIEN DAVIS BROWN N M URI W J OHEARN JOHN M MULLOY COL I B NALL WILLIAM J PREUSS E L CRONK JOSEPH HUBnUCH SR 1 WILLIAM MILLER H WATT LINDSAY- W B JOHNSON- H V DAVIS t COUNCILMEN FIRST WARD leo W Steffy Lawrence Hoffman SECOND WARD Louis Steuerle GeosM Goetz THIRD WARD R C Bennett M M Dowell FOURTH WARD Ceo Schley Goo Fischer FIFTH WARD M B Beville Richard R Williams SIXTH WARD F C Conrad Leon Abraham SEVENTH WARD Dr Sam Brown Hays M Reichert EIGHTH WARD John J OBrien Thomas J Morrow NINTH WARD Lee Cohn M A Robards i TENTH WARD D J Dougherty C J For ELEVENTH WARD Herman Tlmerlng Julius E Die ach TWELFTH WARD Ben J Sand Geo B Code PARK COMMISSIONERS j GEN JOHN B CASTLEMA1 LOUIS SEELBACH GOTTLIEB LAYERIIBASIL DOERHOEFER DAN F MURPHY DR W H NETHERLAND SCHOOL TRUSTEES Fortyfifth Legislative Dlstrfpt Joo Wm M Bohontt tract et Dr E J Bueche- lFortyseventh Jt Legislative District W H Newman Fortyeighth Legislative Dlctrlct Pink Varble Fortyninth Legislative District iK J W Galvln Fiftieth legislative DlstrhetDr- ER Galvin Fiftyfirst Lopinlatlve District J D Atkinson Dr Geo F Simpson LheywlU seek their fortune follow Ing the advice of Horaci 1 Greeley who said Go West yoJnj man lJaelrmauy friends here llIhthen- IU and prosperity in thttyrwitart J 7 c C y I 11 3 c SOG1ETY Aata +1sowJtw tw w4tseits Mrs Annie Burke and daughte have been visiting Mrs J M Lynch at West Point Miss Edith McDermott has re turned from a visit to Mr C E Trol at Mt Washington Mrs John McConnell has beenI spending the week with relatives nt Big Cllfty and Cecilia Miss Evelyn Moeller will be haste to the Good Will Social Club at IIIr home on Halloween night Mr and Mrs John T Welch 11111 twp sons are hone from nn extends visit to New York and the JEastl Robert Kramer and bride who was Miss Elma lluddku arc home from their wedding trip through the south Miss Nell Range a charming Bard town girl has been spending llu week here as the guest of her aunt Mrs Will Newman Archie Gcnshelmcr who recently returned from Alabama has been I111 and confined to his home Twenty sixth and Slevin streets Miss Hattie Head who was hew for a week as the guest of her ulster Mrs Charles Dawson has returned to her homo at New Haven Thomas Rileyof Kansas Citya rlvdd bore this week to visit Mr Ant Mrs Sehrador of Mlnton avenue He IB a brother of Mrs Selmiilor- Mr and Mrs Patrick Tracy uf lefftruouvtlle him been spemllnt the week at Whiting Ind the guest of their daughter Mrs S A Bench Joe Fitzpatrick and wife of South Louisville loft Monday to spend a week In Chicago and attend the annual meeting of the 0 L A Auxiliary Miss Blanche Larkin who has been the guest of Miss Blanche West fall at Pleasant lUdgc for several week left Monday for hor home in Cin cinati Miss Viola Hefferimns friends wHli be rejoiced to know that she lIai almost entirelyI recovered from tbe illness that has confined lice for tin past two weeks to her home IIn Clifton Little George Fltzgibbon son of Mr and Mrs John T Fitzgibbon who last week underwent a delicate operation for his eyes at St Joseph Infirmary is reported as makIng satisfactory progress toward recoV cryQittte a gathering of friends am relatives were entertained last Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Beard at Prestonln iin honor of the christening of thei baby boy The ceremony was performed at St Pauls church by tin Rev Thomas York MissI Ida Grobmeyer of Carrollton eft this week for Forrest City Ark to be present at the marriage of her brother John Grobmeyer and Mis Uollnge of that city Before movini co Arkansas the groom was a leadinj member of St George Council Y M1 L and was well known to member or the Grand Council of the Kentuckyl jurisdictionDr Abell mind bride win wore last week united In the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev Dean Barry in St Pauls ejiurch in Lexington have returned from thou honeymoon trip and lire at home to their friends at 1223 Second street Mrs Abell was Miss Carrie Harting and one of the society favorites ftl the Bluegrass section The shafts from Cupids bow new merrily this week the County Clerl Issuing licenses for the marriage of Patrick T Stone and Mamie T Hole ban Charles C Sanders and Lulk McGuIre Charles F Fisher and Hen lletta Bronger Charles Murphy antI Luella Wills and Frank Ratterman and Josephine Oechsll all of whom were joined in the holy bonds ol matrimony Wednesday Society circles in Lebanon sal Corbin will be pleasantly surprised by the announcement of the np Broaching nuptials of MIss Anna II Vathen and Roy Fenwick whose marriage will take place In St Augustines church at Lebanon on November 21 The brideelect is the laughter of J II Wathen and Is one of Lebanons fairest and most popular girls Mr Fenwick holds a responslblo position with the Louis ville Nashville railroad at Corbin and Is well known In that section of the State Wednesday evening at the rectory of St Martins church was solemnized a Very gulet and pretty marriage ceremony The happy couple were Charles Barker and Miss Minna Dewltt The bride was handsomely attired and was attended by her sls ter Miss Olive as maid of honor and Miss Anna Newhouse as bridesmaid Arthur Dehlcr and Dr L J Erns berger acting as groomsmen Rev Father Ohle performed the ceremony after which the party left for the brides homo on Ormsby avenue where there was a reception for the bride and groom and their friends and relatives FATHER LOGAN COMING Rev Bernard F Logan 0 P Prior of St Louis Dertrands will return today from Washington where he went to attend the Chapter called to meet in the Dominican House of Studies In that city LISTONBROWN- Wednesday morning large numbers of friends and relatives gathered at- St Williams church to witness the marriage of Frank Liston and Miss argaret Brown one of the most opular girls of that parish Rev DenIs Murphy was the celebrant of the nuptial mnw and performed the eremony The attendants were wars John Brown and Frank Wolfe Immediately after the cere t o- fo 1 mony the bridal party repaired to the new and cozy home of tho brldo and groom at 1217 Fifteenth street weddIngbreakfastIs a well known employe of the Lou- Isville Nashville railroad SHOULD BE ELECTED Robert J Ilagan nominee for CityCourtlawyers in Louisville and has for years been prominent at the local bar lie is now seeking election to fill out his second term and to our mind the voters will give him their hearty endorsement Mr Hagan Is a member of many societies and has always been prominent and nctivj In Catholic and Irish circles When ho accepted Gov Hcckhams appoint meat it was without any other con dition than that he would faithfully perform the duties of his office and that he has kept his pledge is attested by the fact that he has the almost unanimous support of the lawyers of Louisville thin exceptions being those who represent the cor porations mid are opposed to the workingmen Robert Hugan is an able praetioniT at the bar and will maku an ideal Prosecuting Attorney of the City Court where the guilty will be punished and the innocent set free L D Hollingsworth candidate for County Surveyor has hud years of experience and is well qualified The offiiM is one of more Importance than many imagine and with such a taut to serve them the people will be safe guarded against mistakes and trouble when least expected Mr Railings worth has the indorsement of the host people In time city and county and should be elected For RepresentatIves the Democrats present a strung array of candidates all of whom diwervo the united sup port of the voters of their respective districts William A Perry from the Fortyninth district is an able lav yer though still a young man His character gives assurance that till affairs of tho State will be safe in his hands as he will oppose any legisla lion that would prove detrimental to Kentucky Mr Perry has given much time to the study of social economic and business questions and will bf found fully equipped for the duties before him With him in the Louis ville delegation arc such well known and representative citizens as Lloyd W Gates John Keating Christ Mueller James A Hagan Edward M Ilixner Thomas Moran and Joseph M Lee with whom the llepublican candidates stand no comparison Louisville wants to be ably repre rented in the next Legislature and the way to do so is to vote for those whose names have beets given Our business and mercantile industries and the professions have been recog nized in the choice of candidates which shows that time Democratic party Is the party of the people and denurvos their support Patrick TI Sullivan per cut Incum bent and candidate tar Magistrate in tho Eight Magisterial district iis one of the most deserving nun on the entire ticket and as to his elec tion there should he no doubt One of the best known residents of tin West End he has performed liN duties with a fidelity and knowledge of the law that have won for him un stinted praise from nil who have been before his court For years a prominent figure In Catholic and Irish society circles and ever ready to aid the poor and distressed Magistrate Sullivan is the manner of man that people delight to vote for It is safe to say that he will be elected by a largely increased majority Joseph Nclligan a favorite with the young men of the West Kndl need hove no fear as to the result of his race for Constable Ills friends predict that his vote will be on thtf same order as that received when he ran before During the time he has been Constable he has performed his duties In a satisfactory manner which gives him a hold on public favor that insures his election HUNTING SEASON After November 15 Kentucky sportsmen will be at liberty to hunt game of all kinds except pheasants tillheJanuary 1 SHOULD GIVE THANKS Mgr Farley was crossing one day from New Haven to Dieppe when a young Frenchman attempted to take him In hand This young man scoffed at religion and clergymen but ho was unable to draw the Monslgnoros fjre Finally the foolish youth re torted to sheer impudence Gentlemen ho said in a loud voice winking In the clergymans direction gentlemen I am Informed that in the strange land of Mada gascar whenever they hang a priest they hang a donkey along with him The young man laughed and Mgr Farley looking at him mildly said Well let us both be thankful my young friend that we are not in Madagascar INFIDEL PRACTICE Hearing that Omaha is to have a crematory the True Voice of that city poohpoohs the project and says Because materialists and atheists have denied these truths of Catholic faith and to emphasize thelr denial have insisted on cremation as a final tJt of their infidelity the church condemns It and refuses Christian burial to one who would request It remation is not in keeping with thlt respect which has been the tenement of an immortal soul and the temple of the Holy Ghost It has icon linked with Infidelity and atheI- sm with denials of the resurrection if the body and therefore the Lurch will have none of It Modern offers may make light of her con crvatism She reminds her children requently of death but she respects their bodies when they have passed way For the flippancy of the loffer she has only pity It is not bravery but blindness that generally ides into abject cowardice as death thc supreme test approaches Beauty Is only kln deep but gllness generally goes right through toI tie Bovl I i L STEWART DRY GOODS COBusiness Bstablitlied Sixty Y- earsEbIcORE v IGLOVES Main Floor 69c SPECIAL IN WOMENS IMPORTED KID GLOVES ONE AND TWOCLASP STYLES REGULAR 100 VALUES Splendid assortment of Women s Kid Gloves in one and twoclasp styles in the new embroidery all shades and black and white regular 100 values t Specially priced at 69c pair LACE CURTAINS Fifth Floor FALL IMPORTATIONS IN I IRISH POINT LACE CURTAINS SPECIALLY PRICED Special showing this week of Irish Point Lace Curtains 300 PairIrish Point Lace Curtains in white extra values 500 PairIrish Point Lace Curtains in white or ecru 3 12 yards long good quality 650 value 750Irish Point Lace Curtains 3 12 or 4 yards long wide borders good quality net 1000 value 1000 and up tn2500 PairIrish Point Lace Curtains 312 and 4 yTTWS long 50 and GO inches wide white champagne or Arabian color many choice patterns Our line of fine Imported Lace Curtains includes all the most desirable makes such as Arabian Cluny Bat tenberg Brussels and Colberts SPECIAL SHOWING OF FINE DRAPERY In silks velours reps and French cretons Prices range from 1250 up STEWART DRY GOODS CO IN YMKTINCOHPOUATEL 7Vt tULEYSMonday and Tuesday Evenings GRAND MOGUL H O PK NSTheldealI Theater CONTINUOUS SHOW From 130 to 1030 pm I61e VAUDEVILLE ACTSI 102030c No Higher 4N+++ N++ + m +f+ Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 214 UNION ICE CREAM COI MANUKACTtRHKS OK PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plan and we separate our own cream ThIs enables us to put a better cream on the market at a Iqwer price than our compete tors 627633 EIGHTH ST Office Iloure Home Phoo- 91o4 bill DR J FRANK1 811111 VA DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE HINTS OX STYLE Plain colors are offered In all ma terials from velvets and silks to serges and broadcloths Yellow and ochro shades which are still popular are by far the hardest colors to wear for most women Skirts are rather full and very lit tle trimmed except In fiat embroid ery or lace Insets with bands of tho materialChecked and striped velvets arc popular Thye are light in welsh supple in quality and show both close and open designs The belt line has dropped down Into its natural lines in front and raised tho tiniest bit in the back not more than onehalf an inch Longmannlsltlooktng stocks of eXItremelywith the tailored shirt Tho motor hats are prettier than ever and are vastly becoming They nt closely to the head and have strings to pin firmly In tho back A metal belt shows Interlocking rings with tiny enameled flowers In the center of each The clasp is formed by the stem and foliage of a single ower- Importcrs nnd modistes appear to bo very confident that velvet Is to have a great vogue The colorings shown are exquisite and reveal many now and lovely tones i A pretty way to trim a childs jretollo frock Is to add a decoration cross the breast consisting of osottes of inchwide white satin ribbon and with a straight band of ribbons across There is a decided novelty In belts known as the shaped linen belt They ire made of a good quality of linen ilosely stitched embroidered In Oil intal colors and shaped so SB to fit the waist ekmely 1- t I t i I 0vvs CsCNiOr3CsiCCJXsh vvveti ytI FOR r Furniture i gkindsg1 i Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET W OFFICE OURS SUNDAYS 8T06 0T012 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please Yen we are rebponsmoie one no lust as we advertise All work guaranteed DR N1J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICIU 42 FIFTH STREET All the new Full Styles and shapes emu be found hero at reasonablo prices CB THOMPSON FLORIST SPECIALTYFLORAL 032 FOURTH AVENUEBoth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction gnaranteed HENRY HUNOLD DUALSR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A ROOMINI Old Whiskies a Specialty HaePlMm31i 540 Wt WALNUT HEIOTUPOLSJ P U DYER AND CLEANER Ladles sled Gents Wearing Aniaril WORK 8UARANTEED- Ph a4ji 528 Fifth Street u IuICNTUOKY UiUSH AJMEmo I AIIt cRABE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE tit H McKenna Distiller airfieldKa I MJ BANNON P BANNON JR H N WOLTRING R B BANNON PrisMgr Vice Pres Secretary Treasurer F Bairn Sewer Pipe Cooi Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded a for Stearns Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining fFIre Brick Grate and jsoner Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtBPHONBS73 WORKS isth and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and toth TELEPHONE 2833 iran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnlahed for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET1 809 W JEFFERSONt TELEPHONE 810 + t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET H HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS aset- J Main Street t II I 11111 +1 11 I I 1101 I II I 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MMMIM1MI I I I 11 B TRACY t H STRAUB I BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrtagaa score Purnlehed Neuta I on 1531 W MARKET STREET THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hnapitalforepileptic patients Both male and femal patients are admitted Rates very tea Lonabee For further particulars apply io MOTHcR MARY REQINrtfl- ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avesoe JellerteiTllle U4 c dive year boys aeducation that will prtpari tfceia for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE Ei 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky ersad De Mrtttwt targe iwihsalaurPnaltrU- y aa + Tralee4asMt eJaaae r 6 PETER M INDRIOT 8 880N3 WAGONN MAN fACIURIR8I 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 YENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS LIeHANGEI LOUIS WABHITZ CO PreprltUrs 339 SCREETh Jno 1 II HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes An important Ohio event thla month will be the joint initiation ar SundayOctoberHibernians are trying hard to ex tabllsh a new division of young men at Charleston S C so that thoy can elect their officers and make their own social arrangements recentlyinitiatedceived sixteen applications and effort will be made to have 200 names on the roll at the end of the year Division 1 of Duluth Minn last week received seven applications for membership and if the work of the past few months Is kept up will soon have the largest membership in the StateAt the monthly meeting of the County Board of the order in Trenton a class of seventyfive candidates re ceived degrees County President Gavlgan presided and the county de gree team conducted the exercises Over 500 Irish histories have been distributed among the Manchester parochial schools and the two divis ions there will give out more when required Xew Hampshire Hibernians know the good results that will followThe candidates for Queen of the St Paul Hibernian carnival are work ing hard and the contest has aroused much Interest Last week six enter tainments were given by auxiliaries and divisions devoting the proceeds to the fund for their favorite candi dates St Marys Hall at Syracuse was the scene of an impressive event on Thursday night of last week when the largest initiation ever witnessed there took place State President Dorsey in an eloquent address declared the Ancient Order In the Em pire State is increasing by leaps and bounds and enthusiasm prevails everywhere Division 2 and the Ladles Auxiliary of Xe v Haven Conn are giving a grand Irish fair at Music Hall that will close October 21 Irish scenery Irish music Irish exhibits with rev productions of the Thomand Bridge Blarney Castle and several historical places are being shown Eight booths each to represent an Irish scene have been erected and the members of the Ladles Auxiliary and divisions dressed in real Irish costumes attend to the details each evening at the different sections The Governor of the State Mayor and prominent pub lic officials and citizens were present on the opening night The affoii will be the greatest ever given by the A 0 II of New Haven as every member of the order and Ladles Auxiliary have been active with the committee of arrangements PALL FEST Next Tuesday and Wednesday even Ings a fall festival will take place for the benefit of St Williams church of which the Rev Denis Murphy Is the energetic pastor on the school lawn at Thirteenth and WJlson streets Fall festivals are popular in the East and West and as this is the first to take place in Louisville it is expected that much interest will be manifested All ticket holders will be served refreshments free of charge An excellent supper will be one of the numerous features BOTH ON DUTY Capt Thomas Maher Chiefof Detectives returned Tuesday and resumed charge of the force having recovered from an illness of malaria that confined limn to the hospital for two weeks Capt Alex Easier has also returned to his post as stationkeeper He suffered a stroke on the street that alarmed his friends who are elated over his re covery LEFT FOR FAR WEST Patrick Bannon over threescore and ten and for many years a rest dent of Jeffersonvlllo left last week for Seattle Wash to spend the rest of his days with his son John Ban non His two daughters Mrs William Willis and Mrs James McGInty still reside In Jeffersonville CELTIC TO BE TAUGHT The authorities of Columbia Uni verolty New York have decided to establish courses in Celtic to begin with the opening of the academic year 190809 Dr John Lawrence Gerig will have charge of the new department LARGE CONFIRMATION CLASS Right Rev Bishop McCloskey was In Owensboro this week and con firmed 236 children and adults the largest class that ever received the sacrament there on any former visita tion by onehalt BISHOP OF JAMAICA The consecration of the Right Rev John J Collins S J as Bishop of Jamaica will take place on Monday October 28 at St Francis Xaviers church New York City Most Roy Archbishop Farley will be the conse crator LABOR NOTES In the bituminous coal region of Pennsylvania there are 500 coal com panies in twentyive counties em ploying 150000 men The International Brewery Work ers Union has gained 5000 members in two years with funds amounting to 320000 In twenty years marble cutters In New York City have gained an Inv crease in wages from 3 to 5 a day and reduced tho hours of labor from fiftythree to fortyfour a week The Order of Railway Conductors has grown to nearly 500 divisions and from 13000 members to 38000 UqnallypographlcalUnion TypotheUe in all but afeweltiM SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- 3DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Fri day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretory P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Flnegan Sergeantotarms James Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Oweu Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keah ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MalnPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daaiel J Dougherty SergeantatarmsThomas Noon DIVISION i Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl lott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenlhan Sergeant atArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y JI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Even ga at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J land First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresIdentFrank Lan ahanRecordIng Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside Sentinel G orge Bartsch NT7 CRULEYSMon ay Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee Rose Stahl in Chorus Lady H O P lKI NSThldcsl Theater CONTINUOUS SHOW From 130 to 1030 p m 15a ASsVAUDEVILLE ACTS15 1020SOc Ne Higher Comb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICf CRfAM CO1 MANUFACTURERS O- PPUREICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH S- TftNRY t H HUNOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty IoBePfanae 4330 540 W WALNUT COMING EVENTS Pastime Drill Company euchre Monday October 21 at hall Seven teenth and Southgate streets St Williams church fall festival October 22 mid 23 on school lawn thirteenth and Wilson Mackin Council charity euchre Oc tober 31 at club house Mlzpah Lodge Shepherds of Beth lehem supper and dance Wednes day night October 30 at Rickerts HallTrinity Council euchre and dance Thursday evening November 7 at their hall 718 East Gray street St Columbas church building fund euchre November 19 and 20 at Phlsters Hall- Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary euchre November 20 at Robinsons Hall St Pauls school bazaar November 26 27 and 28 at the school hall 1826 Jackson street IRISH STILL COMING During tha month of August the total number of persons leaving Ireland for ports outside of Europe was 4818 an Increase of 1165 The num bar that left since January 1 is 37o c r 0 KNIGHTS OP COLIIBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and where ElseII A class of about forty candidates will receive the third degree at Den ver on October 25 It is expected two more councilll will be instituted in Colorado before the first of the year Pere Marquette Councilof Milwaukee will initiate a class of sixty candidates on Thanksgiving day Both councils at Milwaukee observed the anniversary of Columbus discovery of America with banquets Hcnnepin Council inaugurated Its winter series of entertainment Wednesday evening with n dancing partyDenver Council has decided to es tablish two free scholarships one for girls at St Marys Academy and one for boys at the Jesuit College The Massachusetts State Council observed Columbus day in Boston with a vesper service at the Holy Cross Cathedral Wheeling Knights recently called upon Bishop Donahue presenting him a check for 500 for furnishing the operating room In the new annex to the Wheeling hospital State Deputy John ODwyer has appointed thirteen District Deputies for Ohio They met at Toledo un1 outlined work for the year and from now on activity will be the order Among tho important questions for consideration at the quarterly meet- Ing of National Directors in New York City will be the extension of the order in Cuba and South Amer- Ica and the raising of 500000 for the Catholic University of America John II Keddin master of the fourth degree for Colorado Wyoming and New Mexico has decided to have another exemplification of the fourth degree on next New Years day The first time this degree was ever con ferred in the West was a year ago last May at Denver Only those who are members two years are entitled to take the degree- NOTAIILE LADY GREGORY Lady Gregory Is a picturesque and clever old lady of Ireland who has just discovered in an old pocketbook and published two most interesting letters about Napoleon On her own account she iis a playwright and has borne n notable part In the remark able revival of the Irish national drama 1Ier plays Spreading the News Twentyfive and Klneora have been produced by the National Theater Society and aroused great admiration and discussion She also has published the letters of her hus band She was a daughter of the great Galway family of Pcrssc and married as his second wife Sir Will- Iam Gregory who was a notable figure in OConnells day and lived to be Governor of Ceylon Some years ago she had printed a book of ab sorbing interest containing the cream of her husbands corres pondence when he was Under Secre tary for Ireland DEADLY PISTOL Tho ease with which deadly weapons may be obtained in any large city is a potent factor to betaken into consideration when en deavoring to account for the preva lence of violent crimes When those weapons are placed In the hands cf persons of weak moral character the incentive to crime becomes greater So long as any man woman or even a child can walk out into Ufo street and on all sides find lifetaking weapons offered for sale just so long will the hottempered passionate de mans for blood be satisfied WORTH SEEING The AllProfessionals who have just defeated the Louisville Giants two straight games for the base bill championship Kentucky have beam challenged by the Frankfort team to defend their title and they will meet tomorrow afternoon at Eclitsc Park with Umpire Steve Kane a arbitrator The Frankfort club has been defeating al of the other teams throughout the State so a good con test is looked for tomorrow Game will be called at 315- SUCCESSFUL OPERATION John Mitchell President of the United Mine Workers of America who for some time past lion been in a precarious condition at La Salle Ill submitted to two operations Monday for appendicitis and hernia Both were successful but left the patient in a much weakened condi tion President Mitchell is now serv ing his last term as head of the miners having declined reelection JUVENILE CRIME DECREASED The Irish Prison Board in their an nual report express pleasure at being able to record a decrease In the number of prisoners under sixteen years of age While prisoners of this class numbered 343 In 1897 they fell to 166 last year being a decrease of fortyone on the previous year and the lowest In the decade BECOMES A RELIGIOUS Miss Pearl Canary a most estlm able young lady of Lebanon and well known throughout Marlon county has decided to become a religious and last week went to Loretto for the purpose of entering the Lorettlne Sis terhood SULMVANS INCREASED In Boston the tribe of Sullivana hos increased to such nn extent that It now ranks ret to the Smiths IT the city directory A few Emersons still reside there but they dont oc cupy as much space as formerly ionOUPY NIGHTS COMING symptom of a croupy IAttheliMt large handkerchief tnI- COld water and put around the neck a dry one on the outside it will instant relief and you will hear no more eroupy pouch F J FRANK ftllRCOpo I Brewers and Bottlers ILOUISVILLE KY rCumb Phone flaln 1913 Homo Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky =DRINKH- ofbrau =and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANBREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the breweryuntil properly aged T BPXXO2VI9 IOSO 7 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK V WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY A7DIERSENSFINE DARK EaRTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST 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12Dont miss it it is a good one THE BIG STORE n4 KS1519 Fourth and Fifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE d CO V a PIANOSq Buying 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- thMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC COe Incorporated egSOaO FOURTH AVENUE 3Pounds HalfDollar 1 Mulloys Special Grade Coffee I A universal favorite among lovers of good Coffee Always fresh and pure delivered to your door- COFFt36 MTJJLLOY ROASTER til1Pbon31J CB12 W MARKEr e TRE- EXFREE 8 8 XB00 FREE FREE BEGINNING SEPT 2 A EurekaFIyeras givenin EDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Better Made Except 10 cent 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 r b X SS s + + Tiie ciias fiRoocrsePRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal ajfinestc4a BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTI- ON3Et34 r A W Jefferson Street tSSS QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES iFor many years the Quick Meal ha been universally acknowledged as the best gu ran ge in the market They cook quickly ba ke excellently and on account of their pl cut air burners consume less gas than aUf other They are more easily clea ned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep it in the fr ont rank Hiving made our t pricest217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND LARGEST AND BESTSg IN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CoIIncorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ar GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED t BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN Albert To Schranz Co REAL ESTATEII IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 1 111oNEY TOj40ANFHONE MAIN 27y RM Ijr Law Bldg I Ciiitir and Grim Ak I 1 0- CIi l 322 to 328 West MarketStreet iTHE INDESTRUCTIBLE SUIT t tOUR FAMOUS I IFOR BOYS RUFF ON CLOTHES I DO SLE SEAT MID LINeD FRONT INOESTRUCTIIIE II I GUARANTEED SUIT ASPHYXIATED Otto Alberts Overcome by Natural Gas Wednesday Night Otto Alberts the sixteenyearold son of J B Alberts of Crescent Hill was overcome by the deadly fumes of escaping gas while writing a letter to his brother in Cincinnati at his fathers office on First street Wednesday night and before he could cry or flee from the danger tin poisonous vapors had stilled his heal forever Thursday morning Charles Moore found the unfortunate boy llying on the floor by the side of chair which he had drawn to the des where he had been writing The letter to his brother Bernard who 1 attending the Cincinnati Art Institute lay on the desk unfinished It Is supposed that young Alberts had turned on the natural gas at the radiator near the desk and that with out his knowledge it had gone out Then while he was absorbed In his writing the stealthy fumes enmeshed him and stole away his senses before he was aware Young Alberts parents weie notified by telephone and when the griefstricken father and brother arrived at their establishment they were prostrated by the sight that met their gaze The unfortunate youth is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs T B Alberts Sr throe brothers J B Alberts Jr a student at the art school nt Cincinnati Bruno Alberts a graduate of the Manual Training School and Gilbert Alberts a member of the freshman class at the Male High School and two sisters Clara and Kllenora Alberts When this was written the funeral arrangements had not been com plated FEDERATION Resumes Its Meetings With Many Delegates Present The local Federation of Catholic Societies resumed its meetings at the Catholic Womans Club after a two months recess with a surprisingly large attendance of delegates President l Newton O Rogers was unavoidably absent and Anthony J Sheridan was elected Chairman for the evening James II Kelly acting as Secretary Nearly every Catholic society in Louisville was represented and while the proceedings were in the main of only routine nature sev eral of the addresses were very interesting and instructive The Library Committee reported the progress it was making and showed that it had some really im portant work in hand Thomas Keenan and Miss Mary Sheridan from the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America were appointed a com mittee to arrange the programme for the November meeting when some thing alive tho ordinary may be looked for Henceforth tho officers of the federation will devote their ef forts in every way possible toward in creasing interest in Catholic affairs which will be freely discussed at these monthly meetings Another feature will be the reading of care fully prepared and highly instructive papers EXPECT LARGE ClO1V1J The Pastime Drill Company has sold many tickets for the grand prize euchre and reception Monday night at its hall Seventeenth and South i gate For the past mooth the members have been arranging for this event and are prepared to entertain- a large crowd Tho Pastimes are popular and always send their friends J home with handsome prizes and In happy spirits Upon this occasion the lady friends of the company will lend their assistance and add greatly to the pleasure of the eveningtt INJURIES RESULT FATALLY John Fromang the switchman who was run over last week by a freight car In the South Louisville yards died Wednesday morning at the Uni versity Hospital Both his legs were cut off and after gangrene developed i all hope for his recovery was abandoned Fromang lived at 1335 Men wood avenue und was engaged to beeC married Isis funeral took Friday morning from St Joseph church b i1 This suit has the following patterns heretofore neglected THE COAT Seams reenforced with linen tape pockets of strong silesia patent canvas front that will retain shape buttons sewed to stay on 0THE PAN TS- Linentaped seams throughout full linenlined fronts linen pockets heavy patent extension waist bands large extra reenforced double seat Bessemer style patent cant comeoff buttons THE CLOTH Specially selected for its wearresisting qualities which will insure strength and durability 0Theus in guaranteeing same in every particular as rep resented Anew suit free if any seam gives away PRICE 398oo eee I REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Maysville For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Ilopkinsvlllc kFRANK Auditor P JAMES HarrodsburgsFor Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD FARLEY of Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER- of Munfordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABBE of Ashland Poor Cler AppealsNAPIER of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture M C RANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For It Ro Commissioner Third Dlst A T SILER of Whitley county- THEATRICAL Ramsay Morris latest play Under Suspicion will be the attraction a the Masonic Theater for ono weep playispiece containing besides an unusually interesting story one of the greatest scenic spectacles ever at tempted Patricia OBrien Queen of Bur lesque rolled through a dramatic re finery and impersonated by Rose Stahl in Tames Forbes comedy The Chorus Lady will make her first appearance in Louisville at Mncauleys next Monday night In this play Miss Stahl has scored one of the greatest hits credited to an uncncan actress in recent years Another good show is promised for the Hopkins continuous for next week with Julius Stegcr and Company as headliners for the fifteen turns on the bill A number of new faces will be seen in acts presented here for the first time and crowded houses may be looked for Next Friday night will be amateur night an event in which there is much interest The vaudeville bill at the Mary Anderson Theater for next week Is easily up to the high standard set by this weeks offering and further than this thero need be no recom mendation for the till during the week just closing was all that the patrons of advanced vaudeville could ask There are only eight turns on the programme next week but all of them arc varied and the best of their kind FIFTY YEARS One of the memorable events of this jjcar in the annals of the religious life of New York was the recent observance of the golden jubilee of the Convent of the Gooc Shepherd in East Ninetieth street The golden anniversary was marked by religious solemnities of a beautiful character at which the Most Reverend Archbishop assisted by leading priests of the archdiocese was present and provides No less a personage than Cardinal Newman said once that of all the works which the church had entrusted to women the office of the nun of the Good Shepherd is the nearest to that of the priesthood Could praise go be yond this During the fifty years of the existence of the House of the Good Shepherd the good nuns have cared for 13018 girls SURPRISE CLUB RECEPTION The Surprise Club a newly formed but popular West End society organ isation will be entertained next Thursday afternoon and night by Mrs Join Carr at her residen 2322 avenue Assisting Mrs am in receiving will bo Mrs Charles Nv Jacques Mrs J Zeigler and Mira Harvey Duncan rJ 322 to i328 West Market Street MACKIN COUNCIL Prizes Offered to Encourage Four Basket Ball Teams Mackin Council has taken to active meetingheldman Louis Kieffer to purchase n number of prizes to be contested titby the four basket ball teams to which nil members are eligible with gymnasiumclasses and the leaders are elated over the increasing attendance President Ben Sand occupied the chair and de clared three candidates elected to membership with two more applica tions This assures a large class for the initiation next month but there will be no letup in the effort to add to the number Arthur Kinsella was reported recovered from his recent illness but all present were pained to hear that there was no change in the condition of Clarence Zoolc Much good feeling was created by the announcement that the Social Club dances were at tended by larger numbers and more enjoyed than ever before The gentlemen having charge of the charity euchre that will take place at the club house on October 31 reported that many prizes had been secured and that the sale of tickets Indicated a large attendance Mackin Council has many calls for assistance from deserving people during the winter and it is hoped that from this euchre a nice sum will be netted to enable a continuance of the char itable work oftFather Francis Brady which appear elsewhere were reported and adopted ADDS ONE MORE Does Division 4 For Big Initiation Class Next Month Division 4 A O II held another splendid meeting on Monday evening with President Joseph P McGinn in the chair and County President John guestThomasPresident and Austin Walsh as Recording Secretary in the absence of positions a member making another candidate for the large class which the division expects to have at their initiation on Monday November 25 A hall committee composed of Thomas Lynch John J Harry and Joseph L arrangeforquarters for the Initiation reporteiMichaelwork on account of an injured back and that Alonzo Mitchell was seriously ill with typhoid fever The quarterly report of Financial Secre tary Will J Connelly was read show ing that he has been making an earnest effort to hear from the delinquent members and has succeeded In many cases County President Murphy made a short address com plimenting the division on its awak ening interest and hoped that they would have a record breaking class for the initiation James Keanc de livered a short talk urging strict discipline and close attention to the ritual obligations OHUYAN IS BETTER e Robert L OBryan the wellknown Mainstreet wine and liquor mer chant who has been at St Josephs Infirmary suffering from concussion of the brain has greatly improved and his friends will rejoice to know that while his condition was for a time regarded critical his recovery will be complete Mr OBryan tell from a ladder In his store striking his head on the floor with such force that he was rendered unconscious and it was not until after his removal to the infirmary that the ex tent of his injuries were known He 4 resides at 1106 First street WINTER SERIES OPENED St Catherines Council Y M ItofNew Haven gave thoU lady friends an oyster supper at the council rooms last Friday night This was the first of a series of entertainments that will be given this winter for tine members and ladles who accompany them i tc- r 11ri 4 + 444 ++ + i JAMES GREENE 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET Furniture Carpets Rugs Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICESo 0 IHomesI 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 wouldinvitoquaUtyfromalwaysfound unlesstheFully prepared to furnIsh your home wo can safely say a larger finer or more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the intheoNN0 N0ANONNNNN oN4000oloN NN NOON N FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West flarket Street X16 Per 100 Bushels besteamswhat more could you ask IncorporatedSCANLONOnly Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKETb 352 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Manager HDADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and thecityLOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH IADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS rrwviPat irAPrveo avir r rwrsvi I HOME STUDY 1 R The Art of Modern Bookkeeping and Accounting a work espec S ially adapted to Home Study for those who desire a general u fi knowledge of the subject or for graduates of Business Colleges f Jtjf Address ENOS SPENCER f COIL Caro SpencerIan Commercial School LOUISVILLE KYtfl r rsWHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDone With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL 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