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T r Ti r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IVOLUME YIDNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE MAN lion Owen Tyler and What His Election 1Means For Louisville The People Aroused and Demo cratic Ticket Will Sweepl the CityI Republicans See Defeat and Are Resorting to DisreputI ahle Tactics EXPRESSIONS OF COMMON PBOPLE The Tyler name will be per petuated in LouisvilleI And why not1 Levi Tyler left behind blocks of real estate as his monument Henry S Tyler left a record of two terms as Mayor without a flaw Owen Tyler banker manager of a vast heritage and authority 01 municipal affairs Is adding to tIt fame of the name of Tyler When he retires from the offlco of Mayor Louisville will be broader in spirit better in government the pride of Kentucky and the Queen City of the SouthlandBefore the next issue of the Kentucky Irish American reaches its readers the result of Tuesdays elec tion will be known Today the friends of the Democratic ticket feel assured of victory but they should see to it that every vote is got out to swell the majority and stamp Louisville a Democratic city Into this campaign the Republicans have dragged all manner of abuse and villification even entering the churches to create religious hatred and dissension They have also at tempted to disrupt organized labor which they refused to recognize at their convention Falling In these and the effort to cause race pre judice the Republican leaders have become desperate and are ready to resort to any tactics that might add to their vote But the people of Louisville arc on to them and will sec that the best municipal ticket ever presented receives a tremendous majority Only lack of space prevents refer ence to each candidate but our read ers are urged to scan the list that represents7tlieOf course most has been said of lIon Owen Tyler who heads the ticket for Mayor but every word uttered in his behalf applies with equal force to the others on the ticket with him The names of Marion SlielleyJohnH Russell John M Mulloy Nathan Uri James Reedy Dr Charles Moir Robert J Hagan Walter Ratcliffc Charles D Greer Mike Tynan John M Adams William J OConnor Will iam A Perry Harry W Robinson P T Sullivan William J OHearn Thomas Moran William J Preuss Joseph Ilubbuch Sr Dan J Dough erty Hon J Sand W H Newman John J OBrien Thomas J Morrow C J lord and the others give every assurance of a business administra tion that will make for Louisvilles greater growth and prosperity For Park Commissioners and School Trustees the Democratic candidates are men of the highest business and educational standing in whose control our interests will be safe During the past week the Republi cans realizing that their cause is hopeless have resorted to tho cry of fraud and the importation ot repeaters For this they have no ground whatever and a careful survey of the places where they gather shows that this time the toughcle ment is with then This will be ap parent to any one who will look over their gatherings on the street corners and in a number of places where the lawless element are wont to congregate Thursdy the representative of tho Kentucky Irish American in a short trip met many of our best citizens all for Tyler and the ticket a few of whom expressed themselves as follows When one thinks of Owen Tyler yIllsand it is one that some of his de envyOwenin a Greater negedleadersorganIzetJlemselvell Louisville It Barnacles and fogyiam in general to the rear Owen Tylers election means the defeat of deception and the triumph of truth Frankness sincerity and homo rule arc the campaignOwen no man the privileges which belong to him Personal liberty is a privilege and an issue in this contest worllIngman TylerPartytime men not in time blueblood clas will be thanks men will receive who fail TylerThe today de nouneJng Owen Tyler are tho same men who cried aloud to crucify Will iam Goebel the man who made gambling a felony and who drove the Frankfort lottery from Ken tucky Mr Goebel was a reformer but the kind of sincerity which actuated him is not the kind these hypocrites like Rough hands and faces vearln the trademark of toll find no warm clasp or draw aarlle of e u litr from the blueWooded arnt9CeY r- a which is lauding Mr Grinstead asI the savior of this city In the language o Joo Huffaker For the laboring men of Louisville to turn their backs on Mr Tyler in this campaign would be as an army to desert its General on the field of battle Did Mr Grlnstend or any other Republican in the past ever advocate the closing of tho saloons on Sun day We think not SHELLEYS FINE RECORD IIn Two Years Has Handled Millions of City Taxes No city oficial of Louisville ever made a better record then Thomas Shelley time present efficient and faithful City Tax Receiver Holding the office not quite two years he has handled just 558102200 of the citys money and after an examina tion of Ills books that lasted three weeks and was most thorough he was on Thursday given his quietus by1xpcrtunable to discover even trivial cler MayorBinghaml Mayor the examiner said that Mr Shelly was the most efficient Tax Receiver the city ever had that the most critical examination had been made and not a single error hod been discovered He also spoke in the highest terms of the manner in which the books were kept and returned t thanks to Mr Shelley and his deputies for their many courtesies while he was in their office Mr Shelley is a candidate for re anduforegoing could not be asked lIe is nn honest man and all honest men should vote for him- COUNTY BOARD Takes Initial Step For Cele bration of St Pat ricks Day The County Board of the Ancient Tuesdaynight onWalnutthe most important and interesting PresidentMnrplmygates from nil the divisions were present The Finance Committee submitted its final report of the re ceipts and disbursements of tho last celebration showing a handsome surplus Many tickets are yet in the hands of members for whicn returns should be at once rondo to the divis ionConnellyDivisions their quarterly reports each having made gains in both finances and member ship Division 3 made the best fi nancial showing but Division 4 was membersldpCounnunientions SecretaryCarrollreferred to the divisions- A movement for the celebration of St Patricks day was inaugurated by the appointment of Thomas D Clines Con J FordA J Coleman and Will J Connelly as a special committee to consider the various suggestions made and report at the next meeting Tim matter of organizing a marching club to at tend the national convention at Indianapolis next July was freely discussedl resulting in each division being authorized to form its own club When these are organized a committee will be appointed to pro cure n uniform costume for the marchers Delegates front Division 3 requested that the County Board take some action in regard to the study of Irish history in tho parochial Schools especially in those where the majority of the pupils are of interestlagto meet in November FORTY nouns The beautiful Forty Hours devo tions will bo held next in this city at andrhighsmass tomorrow morning at which aleandMurphy will welcome all who wish to attend these services CHANGE FOR BETTEU Frank Dugan the genial Inspector of Weights and Measures was stricken with pneumonia and for three weeks has been confined to seriousgcondition Thursday he underwent a favorable change which gives hope for his speedy end entire recovery DEMOCRATIC iji CANDIDATES I I 1 MONTHS MINI The solemn ceremony of the Months Mind for the late Father Tuesldayrgy vited to be present The office for tho dead will begin at 830 oclock mid will be followed by the solemn high mass half an hour later Be sides the clergy there will doubtless be a largo gathering of friends of the worthy young priest whose death they all mourn- BEAUTIFUL LIFE ENDED The remains of Mrs Delia Purtill Allen were laid to rest in St Louts cemetery on last Saturday morning She died after an illness of only two weeks duration and her funeral took place from the Church of the Blcssqd Sacrament Rev Father Sullivan sang a requiem high mass and preached an eloquent funeral sermon In his instructions he paid ft merited tribute ot respect to the memory of Mrs Allen whose strong faith was a shining example to many She was born in County Kerry Ireland and visited her old a U home and the scenes of her childhood lust May returning October 5 She contracted a heavy cold while there and was so fatigued and worn out after her long journey that she tiled Asleep reminding us of a tired sleepy baby she passed away as calm as time last glimmer of a con sumed taper Mrs Allen is survived by two brothers John Purtill of Pine Grove Va and Edward Purtill of Ballydonnahuc Irclahd All loved her in life and will not forget her in death May she now enjoy the rewards of her pious life may SIlO rest in peace HOLY DAYS Yesterday was All Saints day a holy day of obligation and in all the churches in the city there was n large attendance at time masses and duytbeare offered for the repose of the souls of the dead The general ob servance however will not take place until tomorrow when thousands will visit the Catholic acme teries and at some impressive nervlcea will be held I i ji I PRIEST CAPTURES THIEF I A sneak thief pried open the poor box in the Church of St Aloysius at One Hundred and Thirtysecond street and Seventh avenue New York City last Saturday afternoon when Fathers McKenna and Larkin were hearing confessions A boy sen word to Father Larkin who broad shouldered and powerful did not call the pollee but went to work himself The priest caught the man who pu up n briccf fight and then gave in Ho was given in charge of the police charged with petty larceny CONDITION IMPROVING Gratifying improvement has been- reported in the condition of Rober- L OBryan the well known whisky merchant who was dangerously hur at his store three weeks ago Mr ODryan was standing on nsbe1f reaching for a bottle when he lost his balance and fell backward to the floor fracturing his skull at the base of the brain Ho was taken to St Josephs Infirmary where an operation was performed and for a time his life was despaired of The y 1 concussion line not entirely disap peared nnd the patient often lapses into a semiconscious condition However I ho has shown marked improve ment In the past week and has com pletely regained his sight and hear ing which for days appeared de stroyed Ills physician now lies strong hopes for his recovery HARRY W ROBINSON In the State Senate Will Be of Splendid Service to Louisville Most people in Louisville will ree ognize Harry Robinson in the picture above as few men are more popular- or better known and as nominee of the Democratic party for the Senate from the Thirtyseventh district comprising the Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh wards from Shelby to Fifth streets and the river to the city limits a wiser choice could scarcely have been made His education and ability and time fact that lie has been a member of the Louisville bar for a number of years make him especially adapted for the work ahead of him His friends are numbered in al walks of life and lids popularity with all classes seems to make his election fissured lie has given his time and energy toward time advancement of Louis villa and Is ever ready to assist in making our city the greatest in the South and while he has a large law practice It Is a well known fact that no poor man who needs protec tion In a legal way ever leaves his office because he can not pay alee in advance Mr Robinson was born and reared in Louisville and respectellfamlJr alwaysbeenworking classes and they will find in him nil that goes to make the true honest man in presenting or voting any bill in which they arc in terested and a vote cast for him means one step toward sending to the Senate a man who could not stoop to dishonor and whose ideals are of the highest type I ANNUAL MASS For Mackins Deceased Mem bers on Sunday No vember 17 Mackin Council at the meeting held Tuesday night decided to have the annual mass for time repose of time souls of deceased members cele brated on Sunday November 17 After electing six new members and receiving another application th request of the contending tcamc was granted and the initiation postponed to November 19 when the degrees of the Young Mens Institute will Je conferred upon a class of between thirty and forty candidates President Sand announced a lo ttiro for Thursday night November 2t to which the public will be invited by a prominent physician ol the AntiTuberculosis Association This lecture will deal with the work of time society as well as how people should conduct their homes to escape the dread life destroyer- A communication was received from St Joseph Mo announcing th serious illness of John Kemper one of Mackins pioneer members who left Louisville several years ago to cityChairmanl list of donations for the eharly euchre and said its success was assured INSTITUTE TOMOHHOW Tomorrow the Knights of Colum bus will institute a splendid council of that order at Lebanon for which event the Catholics of that plat have been making preparation fo several weeks A special train will leave the Tenthstreet station in morning and will carry about a hun ntt Lebanon the Knights and candidates AUb1tstInelIchurch degreetconferrkul by teams selected from Louisville Council The whole will1 conclude with a banquet at which some of the most prominent Cath olics in tho State will deliver ad drescs AGAINtIn Rome it is asserted that the ant nouncement of the ecclesiastical pun ishment inflicted upon the Rev Engl1slJesuitjects have teen condemned by the Holy Office It is not known what the fprm of punishment will be but it Js stated that it will npt be Pico m municition r BEFORE PEOPLE Campaign Has Closed and Dem ocratic Leaders are Confi dent of Result Duty la to Vote Under Rooster and Not Be Influenced by Animosity Only Question Is Shall the Pres ent Good Governinmont Continue CAMPAIGN WAS ON HIGH PLANES The campaign for State offices conducted by tho political parties is about at an end Within a few days KentuckywIllpoUsunderstatutes Nothing that might be havetheor votershaveargumentandwiththroughand court records placed in their lettersfromand friends nccomplashed theballoting remainstogoodcitizenneighbor upbuUdIng ofhispermitmar electionbooth frageOn bewellprinciples 4 grentpartiesInsupportcastInseratchiagone fromhisstampIngwith unblemofThistopolicIesnottruKentuckian t3hisItsbettermentI1pprort80monamesarepartyofDemocratic Bryan the great f afairsman closest tothe great masses of the people ofthe United States dealt with thismatter when in Kentucky SOnteweeks ago Ho took time positionthat a man who has theState good of hisand country at heart can notafford to refuse to Support thepolItical party illWhosiahe believes because prInciples l pll1nkofor because ofindktdual anywho Is a candidatemats upon titicketis farthan thecause abetwants ho and In policies ho u can aafford to reject the party as partInDrnutcrntlc which party theor the RepublIcanwill hesupport in this r1cetion toto time selectofticnls or Jlls Statemeat time governintelligent eider the mailer voter will con k woultnhIlls hnmrilti ofttrto put Into hit lie wants into the Munn rmendaffairs of tho lCommonwvealthl same class of men JIO tto manage 1113 business f nerd nssistnnce liethere men who will y affairs of State to time lof its great citizenship nWlllr want the officesthere is in them outofpeople of Kentuckymo liS financiaconditionsto which and the us their money has beenas tiro the Iltl candidates send oratorevvho have six been speaking to them fottreks past Before they waccept a bttho1JlertllatVhnajustfmakcschargesomwPersonal abusepuhllc officials will not bringvoters to the one guilty of theabnsr for they know it is the tourspursued bnosobstthattcoverrto drag do levelriiecllmpaineonl1uctCl by linger tIll tmoeraernoraJI candIdatesoratorsparty htime highest tiescouldmofIlaMreeoStateabuse of tlmhr opponents engage that that t Jt ficessfullygent people They have fu Rented the governnclglit noUlItJuJtearfullest I every nets Theycompareltra fourrIreign of Bradley and Taylor reign which brought military 1 bloodshed and disgrace to IheJ Continued on Seeon J r H f r 1 iiiruY tx I JtIlt 7f RlCAN- e KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN I Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Uultvllle Poitolllce it Second Class natter AdldrcM all Commnnlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qtttm Si LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 19071 YOUR DUTY Xext Tuesday the voters of Louis vlllc will be called upon for the per f Jormancc of an Important duty upon rtl t result of which largely depend of our f- cettyriat the Immediate progress day the people must Belcel officers who will govern then for the next two yearn and upon them for a wiseresponsibilityii rests the choice Louisville Is now happy nnl prosperous and it should be the aim- lt every man to have her thus continue This will most certainly re suit if the voters cast their hallo and the plen mid elect Owen Tyler did ticket headed by him Before going to the polls we would make Ittoagnln ask everymail comparison of the names upon UK remoeratic ami Republican city tick i etK With Mr Tyler are profession men business much working men known throughout the city for their and with arability and integrity experience that insures Louisville th- elet municipal government in hei whole history1Tlnan the other hand t the Republican ticket is matte up ol Inexperienced men v unknown and unfit amI some Of whom are utterly unworthy place In any government This they have shown during the past week by their wild charges and threatsTo good citizen we would MJ and east your ballot go to the polls for the Democratic candidates They have one and all conducted a clean and honorable campaign and theli election will he on the sanie lines Give them your support anti a ma jorltyof at least 5000- liFAIING A writer in St Marys Sentine says no ova can imagine what grent advantages are derived from such a simply diversion as reading It not silly furnishes us with thoughts to lighten our toll whether It be in tin J fields at the desk or amidst tin ffSfeteand din of machinery but in spires In tin that one great glfl which all should possess ambition Furthermore it acts as a stimulus for the riiind by dispelling that tired listless and wearisome condition ol an unoccupied mind These arc some of the minor benefits that are t derived from this practice but now- we arrive at the most important one Tt is an old maxim An idle mind t the devils workshop therefore wo can see from these words how necessary it Is that the mind shout have some employment A taste for reading will always lend us into the i best possible company for a good book is the precious lifeblood of a master spirit and in these books we can find wise and brilliant thoughts to edify and occupy out minds and thus render temptatlon- aohlable Reading besides giving occupation to the mind forms for us a staunch friend who will always V he with us and one whom no one can wrest from us no matter what 8njury they can otherwise inflict This friendship is not like the un stable and formal friendship which Jo so prevalent in time world today y for this is the wisest best amiI truest one at all tlmte GUIDE FOR TIm YOUNG Catholic parents should see to it hat their children attend Sunday ciao regularly especially those hildrcn attending the public schools Hvq Sundayschool is really a greater to guide the young than some believe Of course not a eal can be accomplished by ndayschool teacher in the space of a few hours or min each Sunday but even this taunt of time will do much good- o protect the children during the from the many temptations Ket them on all sides And mere it might be well to advise p to spend a frequent hour heir children at the Sunday in ons How many there are ave forgotten the lessons Tthem in childhood and are table to impart information mild possess Besides the p example sat great benefit result therefrom think for a minute that e aristocrats who are work jeaslngly to defeat Owen re anything about the wage and the plain everyday cite ones who represent the mew and honesty of any eon Jy Ifot much The contempt this claw entertained by certain Club leaders transforms itself hatred for those who oppose xvievys and their selfish desires nall power to wy what you a The great common people bette hustle forward and shake hands with those Republican orators 1 tin lliilllttf Basil Duke Helm Bruce and Henry IL Stone during hit u strenuous campaign days us the wont have u chance after the elcc tion for tin simple reason that thl above mentioned common people lIe not eligible to enter the sacred pre fillets of the Iendennis and other exclusive clubs As the merits of the cauchhdates forth major and minor positions 011 the two tickets are canvassed 1tin judgment favors the Democrats win have presenter a ticket that shouli receive an overwhelming nmjorit next Tuesday Vorktngniuii who would provid work for their fellows should vllie for time men favored by those win are upbuilding this cityone of them are found advocating the 1 Ru publican candidates President Roosevelt last Snturda issued Ids Thansgiving proclamation naming the last Thursday in this month for that feast tiny Since the Rev M p HunlIIf I 1t fame assumed control of it affairs the Republican party has suf fered a steady los- sBEFORE PEOPLE Continued from First Page Commonwealth mod 111 niaklng the1 comparison or rather contrast It was necessary to tell the truth about some of the then who are now leading the Republican fight lhl Republican answer td this showing was violent abuse from the mouthv of Bradley Will110 II Ilruner and oth ers The Democratic campaign luu been based altogether upon the record of the party in the management of the public affairs of tin State It believes that through its candi dates the fiscal affairs can be the best administered It believes thatt through continued Democratic man agement the splendid conditions oi today can be bettered during the next four years It believes that it can still further lower the burdens of taxation upon the pcoplo Having paid off the bonded debt of the Commonwealth and without going into debt erected a magnificent new capital it believes that its officials should bo the first to occupy that splendid building as an evidence of the confidence of the people and as n mark of their appreciation of the conduct of public affairs during the past eight years It believes In short that with the disastrous Republican record o 18901900 so fresh In their minds the people of Ken tuck will be slow to return tins State to the ruin of Bradley and Taylor and Willson and to the domination of such men as Charles W Fairbanks of Indiana the na tonal character brought into the State this year by Bradley anti Will son to appeal to the prejudices of the mountain people of the State in behalf of Caleb Powers Jim Howard W S Taylor Charles FInlcy and titers It does not believe that the people will agree to return to such lomination It confidently rests its case with the people WANT BIG CLASS rDocs Division 4 A O H For Their Initiation This Month Division 4 A O II met last Mon lay evening with lresldent Joseph P McGinn in the chair and steps were taken to have an extra large class for the initiation which will be heM Monday November 25 at IJer rand Hall In addition to about twenty applications now on file there are several prospective ones In the hands of John II Henncssy ind Thomas Lynch who have con itltuted themselves into a steering lommlttce for prospective members Sveryone present at the meeting vas given an application blank and urged to solicit at least one member bymeetingCharles was reported as recovered from his recent injury by the visiting committee and Alonzo Jltchell still ill but improving Vice resident S J MoElllott was present ifter a long absence and was given nt hearty reception by the members An interesting talk on the observances of the church was given by J W Smith of Lockport Ill which was much enjoyed by his hearers RIVES CAPTURED PRIZE One of time most pleasant affairs ever given under the auspices of De alas Council Y M L was the pro gresslve euchre lucid last week at lJebanon and largely attended by the beet people of the town The gentle ien8 prize was awarded Judge n- V Rives whose adeptness with the cards was quite a surprise to some other players Miss Mary Belle Jallard won tine ladya prize white thet consolation honors went to Dan Thompson DEMOCRATIC TICKET I STATE United States Senator J C W BECKHAM Governor- S W HAGEn Lieutenant Governor SOUTH TRIMBLE Secretary of State HUBERT VREELAND Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH Treasurer RUBY LAFFOOX Attorney General JOIN K HEXDRICKS Superintendent Public Instruction M 0 WJX HEY Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN Clerk Court of Appeals JOHN CHEXAULT Railroad Commissioner CHARLES C McCHORI CITY Mayor UENIYLEILCity LOUIS E STEIN City Auditor LYNE 1IERNDON City Tax Receiver THOMAS A SHELLEY Police Judge JAMES REEDY City IrosexMiting Attorney ROBERT J HAGAN Clerk Police Court CHARLES D GREKIS Bailiff City Court MIKE TYNAN COUNTY County Judge MARION E RIPY County Sheriff DAX H RUSSELL County Clerk WALTER RATCLIFFE County Attorney WMI J OCONNOR County Assessor JOHN M ADAMS County Jailer JOHN H PFLAN County Coroner DR CHAS Mont County Surveyor L D HOL1NGSWORTIL LEGISLATIVE Senator Thirtysixth District HARRY W ROBINSON Legislature Fortyfourth District LLOYD W GATES Legislature Fortyfifth District JOHN ImAlIXO- Ieglslnture Fortysixth istrlct CHRIST MUELLER Legislature Fortyseventh District JAMES A HAGAN Legislature Fortyeighth DIstrict EDWARD M FLEXNER Legislature Fortyninth District WM A PERRY Legislature Fiftieth District THOMAS MORAX Legislature Fiftyfirst District JOSEPH M LEE Magistrate Eighth Magisterial Dist P T SULLIVAN Constable Eighth Magisterial Dist JOSEPH M NELL1GAN ALDERMEN DAVIS BROWN N M URI W J OHEARN JOHN M MULLOY COL I B NALL WILLIAM J PREUSS E L CRONK JOSEPH HUBBUCH SR J WILLIAM MILLER II WATT LINDSAY- W B JOHNSON- H V DAVIS- COUNCILMEN FIRST WARD Geo W Steffy Lawrence Hoffman SECOND WARD Louis Steuerle Geo M Goetz THIRD WARD- R C Bennett M M Dowell FOURTH WARD Geo Schley Geo Fischer FIFTH WARD M B Bevllle Richard R Williams SIXTH WARS 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 TENTH WARD D J Dougherty 0 J Ford ELEVENTH WARD Herman Timering Julius E Bierach TWELFTH WARD Ben J Sand Geo B Coder PARK COMMISSIONERS GEN JOHN B CASTLEMAN LOUIS SEELBACH GOTTLIEB LAYER BASIL DOERHOEFER DAN F MURPHY DR W H NETHERLAND SCHOOL TRUSTEES Fortyfifth Legislative District Wm M Bohon- Fortysixth Legislative District Joe Piazza Fortyseventh Legislative District Dr E J Bueche- lFortyseventh Legislative District W H Newman Fortyeighth Legislative Dlctrict Phik Vftrhle Fortyninth Legislative District Dr J W Calvin Fiftieth Legislative DistrlctD- rRE Calvin Fiftyfirst Legislative District J B Atkinson Dr Coo F Simpson RELIEVES NEURALGIA linger poultices prepared in same mahDer as mustard will relieve euralgia anti will not blister j r I IiOS i SOCIETY i Miss Alice Scaggs of NoUn was this week the guest of Miss Maymc lllgglns on the Boulevard- J W MeCnnn was among those from Louisville who were this week registered In New York City- J J Caffrey was in New York fora week and while there was tthe- gllest of the Murray Hill Hotel Miss Rose Wathen of the High lands spent the past weekl at Lex ington the guest of Miss Willie Shannon Mrs Agnes Offutt who was th guest of Mr and Mrs Martin Mur ray lion returned to her home nt BaVdstowu yMiss Margaret Connlff arrived home this week from Lebanon Junc tion where she visited Dr nnd Mrs N 1 FryerI rMiss Margaret Gallagher has re turned to her home at Flora Heights after an enjoyable visit with friends at Cincinnati Miss Corrhinc Coleman has re turned to her home ut Mt Washing ton after a very pleasant visit with Miss Annie Varble Mrs Sallie Abell of Lebanon and Miss Prudence of St Joseph have been having a pleasant visit with Miss Merlmec on Haldcvun avenue Mrs Alice Clark who was one fir the nldtimu residents of Louisville but now living at St Paul lInn Iru been here visiting her niece Mr George W Barnes anti other friend Mr Xeal lUiin a prominent ros Idont of Rochester X Y who ar rived last week for a brief visit tll his son unroll Gunn and Mr anl Mrs William Osborue left Tuesday for the least Miss Evelyn Moeller ontertaiiui the Good Will Social Club with 11 Halloween patty Thursday night The parlors were uniquely decorated and the winsome hostess entertained in a most harming manner We mar pleased to note that Mi Martin Xlliwt who has been confinei to his home 2211 West llroadway suffering from a serious illness of tonsolitls Is Iimproving and it hi thought lie will be able to he out next week Mrs P J Fitgerald and daughteit Josephine have returned frou Clarksvllle Penn where they were called by the Illness of Mrs Fitz geralds sister Mrs llronk whom they left convalescent and on the road1 tn recovery Their many friends will be pleas antly surprised by the announcement of the engagement of John A Ilubbiieh ami Miss Louise llerbold tins accomplished and attractive laughter of Mr aTll Mrs W L lieu bold The marriage ceremony will be solemnized November i4 rTill marriage of Miss Elizabeth Mansfield and Henry K Snow will be solemnized next Saturday at tin CMhedral rectory Miss Mansfteld IniK been a popular mind prominent figure in the society circles of the Highlands timid1 the groum elect iIs well known and stands high in tins railway world Last week Mrs Maurice Coll oil of the best known women of Jcffer sonville was taken seriously ill and her friends were greatly alarms over the report that she would have to be taken to St Josephs Infirm ary to undergo an operation Though still suffering greatly her condition is thought to have changed for tile better Miss Susan Ryans young friends gave her a jolly surprise party last Friday night at the home of her parents West Madison street in honor of her fifteenth birthday The evening was devoted to a number of amusements followed by an elegant luncheon over which Miss Ryan pre sided with much grace Among those present were the following Misses Susan C Ryan Mary J Keoly Sher- Idan McBride Marguerite Gathof Jennie E Gnnu Clara Hurst Nellie Iveenan Louise Gathof Helen lathof and Marguerite Ryan essrs Frank lllgglns John 1 Ryan branels Gathof Major Clifford Ed ward Week and Joe Higglns- Dr Frederick Ruche son of Mr antI Mrs John Buche of Vlncennes ind Main streets New Albany and Hiss Cecilia Meaghcr daughter of Mr and Mrs John eagher of this citywere married Wednesday morn- Ing at St Louis Bertrands church in the presence of many friends and elatlvcs The attendants were Mlsu ifary Meaghcr cousin of the bride ind John Buche brother of the groom Immediately after the cerc nony Dr and Mrs Buche left for tichmond Ind where Dr Buchehas been engaged in the practice of aedlclne for several years and has been very successful They will gw to housekeeping at once a handsome home having been prepared for their occupancy Miss Katherine Nllest the bright and pretty little daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Nllest 2211 West Irdadway was given a mast com ilete and delightful surprise party by her schoolmates last Friday even- Ing in celebration of her thirteenth irthday Decorated with a profusion of fall flowers and Japanese trimmings and lanterns the parlors andI dining room presented a pretty andl animated scene During the evening many interesting games were indulged in and prizes were warded Miss Venita Johnson and erome Lager A pleasing feature wus the musical programme and the vocal and instrumental selections rendered by John Whallen Florence llley Thomas Ryan Adele Garr Earl Flynn and Elsie and Katherine Meet Mrs Nileet was the hostess andi those present were Misses Flor- A jnce Riley Marie Dougherty Margaret Higgins Mary Ellen Malone y Josephine Ulrich Venita Johnson Adeline Garr Elrle Nilcst Masters Charles Kirn Thomas Ryan JamcH Shaughnessy Jerome Lager John Whallen Carl Flynn Martin Xilest Earl Flynn Garr King Edward Xllest and James Etheridg- eCHAMPION SHERIDAN Suffers Injuries That Compel His Retirement Prom Athletics Martin J Sheridan Worlds amI Olympic champion the greatest anll most famous athlete in the world will probably never be seen In ai athletic context again While train- Ing for the indoor national cham plonship at Madison Square Garden in New York Sheridan strained the muscles of his stomach Tuesday this great Irish athlete of mode 1 lays was obliged to consult a phy slelau A few minutes exnmlnatior showed the doctor that SherIdan Jnul gone too far and he told hiu at once that it would be D1l1ny months before he could safely risk the terrific strain of tossing weight and engaging In other such strenu ins pastimes us hurling vaulting and jumping The loss of Sheridan will be a serious mutter for the prestige of tlio American athletic world Next Htiinner the great Olympic games will be held In London when thu best amateur athletes In the world will meet to decide international su premacy The American team has n splendid chance of repeating the great victory nt Athens last year bin with Sheridan off the team the chances of the Americans will be considerably lessened Sheridan is easily the greatest all round athlete this countryor any other country has ever produced Iran i toss weights jump hurdle anJ sprint with the most classy men In the world In 1000 he won the all round championship America anl broke the point record for this gruelling contest by 400 points NOVELTY EUCHRE Trinity Councils Club House a Pleasant Surprise to Members Trinity Council Y f I held a welt attended and Interesting meet Ing Tuesday night whun time im provcmeiits just isomnlstcd lii the club house were much of a surprise to the members The hall has beer newly decorated and a new floor laid and now presents a most 1Invit ing appearance giving Trinity nc nice and comfortable quarters as any in the city For the purpose of a general opening to the public and the inauguration of the winter social season the council will on next Thursday night give one of Its popu lar novelty euchres when man handsome prizes will be awarded After the games there will be dam ing and a large gathering is looked for Trinity Councils dances and euclires have always been popular hut the committee expects to malt this one surpass any yet given The Ways and Menus Committee are continuing their work of prepa ration for time erection of the new club house and from reports are meeting with much encouragement lEnrlv in the spring the contracts will be let and it is expected that iIn the fall Trinity will occupy Its own home During the next few months n number of entertainments will be given the proceeds of which will be lidded to the building fund Tlio committee hawing charge of these affairs includes Joseph Bell Frank lilson A J Schneider Clem A Kllcrt Jerome J Driscoll Ton Newman Edward Realty Dr B J Ummers V K Eckert Dr P G Iteutel Jr and George KIrchdorferI They announce that social dance will be given November 13 and 27 LKXIIIAXMOniARITV Limnrick was given onto of the most elaborate weddings of the eason In the marriage of Miss Nelllu orlarlty daughter of Mr amid Mrs john Moriarlty 1430 Seventh street ind Joint J Lcnlhan connected with the Missouri 1aciflc railroad at ledallu Mo which took place Tues ay morning at the Dominican church a wedding breakfast and large reception following at the home of the brides parents The TIc r Father Logan Prior of St ouis Bcrtrands officiated at the wedding and was time celebrant of the nuptial mass Joseph Lenlhan irother of Um groom served as best nan and the ushers were Messrs erry ICavanngh Edward Moriarlty ind William Hanrahan The brides attired in a dainty traveling costume and presented a handsome app 1rance That evening the happy couple left for New Orleans and the South and after their honeymoon hey will reside at Sedalla Both hae lived lucre all their lives and nre well known and the best wishes of n legion of friends will follow them into their wedded life FATHER ROCK EXPECTED The Rev Father P M J Rock who has been in Virginia for his ealth is expected to return to the city today For some time Father Rock has been a sufferer from ronchial troubles and it is said it- w111l be some tlnVa before he can resume his pastoral duties For the past fifteen years he has been at the Cathedral where much anxiety Is trut for his recovery CONFIRMATIONS Right Rev Bishop McCloskey con eluded his weeks confirmation tour istcjday at St Andrews church in Jefferson county Before that he- was at Danville and Somerset RECEIVING DONATIONS Miss Clee Charlton daughter of Senator Albert H Charlton will alslstrs Minnie Werst in the linen bo that the baispr to be given in J muary for the benefit of fit u STEWART DRY GOODS COc Business Established Sixty Yean tEtf7OIORE COLORED DRESS GOODS Second Floort THE SEASONS POPULAR COLORED WOOLENS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED FOR THIS WEEKS SELLING 79c YARDOne line of Silk and Wool Plaids in all the different Scotch effects now so much in demand for misses dresses and separate waists regular 100 value 98c YARD One line of popular Black and White Checks in four sizes strictly all wool and a genuine good 125 value 44 inches wide 125 YARD Allwool Sheveron Stripe Panamas 54 inches wide in all the popular shades navy royal brown Ileather cadet and black splendid 150 quality SILKS Second Floor EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUES IN BLACK TAFFETA DRESS SILKS ATrLIBERAL REDUCTIONS- 49c YARD Extra good quality Black Taffeta Dress Silks 19 inches wide regular 65c value 79c YARDExtra Heavy Allsilk Dress Taffeta 24 inches wide regular 100 value 89c YardExtra Heavy and Perfect Black Dress Taf feta full 30 inches wile aud very silky regular 125 value 98c Yard36inch Black Dress Taffeta wear guaran teed and beautiful silky finish regular 135 value MENS HABERDASHERY Main Floor SALE OF MENS WINTER UNDERWEAR The Winsted Medium and Heavyweight Merino Shirts or DrawersPrices 75c to 150 garmentrc American Hosiery Co Underwear in merino and all woolPrices 150 to 350 garment Heavy Fleeced Cotton Shirts or Drawers Prices 50c to 100 garment Genuine Cooper Ribbed Balbriggan Underwear Price 100 garment Extra Fine Imported Ribbed Balbriggan Shirts or DrawersPrice 150 garment We are agents for the celebrated Stuttgarter Impor ted Nonshrinkable Natural Wool Underwear Lightweight Shirts or Drawers200 garment Mediumweight Shirts or Draweas 250 garment Heavyweight Shirts or Drawers300 garment Complete line of Stuttgarter Puie Wool Abdominal Bands and Knee Warmers in all sizes Exclusive agents in Louisville for Schlichten PurejLinen Underwear in all weights STEWART DRY GOODS COIN CONNECTION WITH JAMES toCKERY ICO MEW YMMC INCORPORATED 7UtE CTULHYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee ETHEL BARRYMORE in Her Sister Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee Wilton Lackayc inliThe Bondsman HOPKINSPLAIN VAUDEVILLE AFTERNOON AND NIGHT PRICES Night 10 20 30c Matinees Best Seats 25c XT R A ELECTION READ TUESDAY RETURNS NIGHT Amateur Night Friday Nov 8 FO- RFurniture Of all kinds at the lowest prices J Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET Office Mourn Home PlloaeII 9194 6127 R J FRINISULLIYINf I i DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUEII Lnthony8 Hospital Any donations fOr this very worthy and charitable cause will be gratefully received by Miss Charlton at her home 2311 tank street a a VOTE FOR- ALBERTl SGHRANZ1 FOR- GOUNGILMAN SIXTH WARD Voted For by City at Large FPITOO URS SUNDAYS 8 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work don forth least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H JJ1 COUCHMAN Dentistfm PPIORC42 FIFTH STREET Millie new Fall Styles and shapes an bo found hero at reasonable trices C B THOMPSON FLORISTIOSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH VENUEBoUt TolophoBM 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and aUrfactlon guaranteed a- ii l S1 F- JJK NTUCKY 1lsiSHt A1r91iI IOAJ w x3 a = fl BE SURE TO CALL FOR 8 McKENNA 1 I WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield KyJG N GANNONPfiiMgr Kentucky Yitriode Erik Co INCORPORATED JC S1dQo rcrM nY VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STP ETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 + + + + 4 + + + J Gran WSmiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriage Furnished for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 tt tit t 44 IDj I Funeral Directors and Embalmers 1 Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS f All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night t i 1231 WEST MARKET STREETtt ++ +++ + ++H t t t t t HOME PHONE 89 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S mast Main Street J B TRACY L II STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 e TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CarrUzet Puroltbed on I I11111111111111111 Short Notice THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE ANDIEPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeflersonville pnvatellnspltalfortl1e epileptic patients Both male and female II patients are admitted Rates very rear onable For further particulars apply o- MOTHfcR MARY REGINi MERCY HOSPITAL r Sparks Avenue JefferlonvlIlelad- Give your boyi aa education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LotttiTlIlt Ky Conducted by tbe Xaveriaa BrotheR Clad l r Beieatlic aad BvaineM Ooaru Preprmtory Oe portent rzeSwitllallIfItet yellBqojMxd 6yauMchiM drat Moderate Hrs Jaaea Sir n J I r- fl 1531 W MARKET STREET II11 1 1 PETEIM ANDRIOT 8 30N3 WAGONG N MAN fACIURR8 Carriage Bepalring and RuM er Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPRN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEf LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET G 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenersl- Newa Notes Division 7 of Syracuse is making noble effort to bring its memberhl up to 500 The Ladles Auxiliary of Covlngtoi mourns the death of Mrs Nclll Jienzlngor The Ladles Auxiliary at Worccstci Mass with 450 members Is the largest In the country Division 4 meets Monday night when it Is expected a number of np plications will be received With six auxiliaries in the DistrIct of Columbia the ladles are determined to start another in Washing tonThe ilivinlon at Kmmetsburg Iowa organized twenty years ago has now the largust membership In its hit tory The Ohio State Hoard has offered 1 handsome gold watch as a prize lor the county showing the largest in crease of membership The County Board will meet Tues day night and the importance of the buslncs calls for the presence or every member General talks on ttin preset status of affairs in Ireland are becoming frequent at division meetings throughout the country There is much activity in Norfolk I specially among the ladles of tit auxiliary now one of the most pro gresslve divisions in Virginia President 1orcl says the meeting Division 2 next Friday night will IK HI interesting our Jfo requests the members to come prepared for bass icss TIlt Jtaltimore Extension Commit tee has begun its full campaign tf Increase the niLnibcjKhl of the order coal already several new dlvl ions are iti process of formation Division 0 of Philadelphia recent presented Dr Hugh McAniff with an artistic loving cup In recognition oils good work since becoming a mem her ten years ago The contest for Quern of tit Hibernian festival that opens Monday night at St Paul has been spirited ill the divisions and auxiliaries beans interested in the success of some cut Ihlute A general meeting of members rom the city and county was held it Minneapolis last Sunday to naugurato a campaign of progress and extend the field of usefulness of the order The now 20000 building of tit llvlslon at East Utica N Y will bt iompletcd and ready for occupancy before December The structure Is an Imposing one and the hall one of ho finest In tho city About fifty members of the differ mt divisions in Minneapolis have In lew what may be termed a lliber ilan Oet Together Club The object vllli be to give lectures socials and Mitcrtainments and in various way to cultivate good fellowship within hc order in the TwinJ Cities The Hibernian Iliflcs organized sew eral months ago at Oakland Cal with sixtyseven charter members ms brought so ninny members into the order that it has been deemed advisable to form tho second company right away It is expected by March 17 to have Ia whole battalion on that ode of the bay- Ireliminnry arrangements are be- Ing made by Trenton members of the Vnicent Order for a public meeting tc je held thfcrc at which the objects and accomplishments of the order vlll be explained Speakers of na tonal prominence will be Invited to participate and it is the aim to have Jic session the most successful ever heM in New Jersey Irishmen and heir descendants will be impressed with the advantages to be gained from membership in the order and a resultant Increased enrollment is an iclpated While no date for the meeting has been selected it is not thought probable that It will be held cfore the middle of November State President Dullard and County resident Gavigan together with residents of the Trenton divUJons ire making the arrangements for he event SIGNED FOR NEXT YEAR John J McCIoskey for the past two years manager of the St Louts ardlnals is home to spend time wIn- ter So pleased was the National engue management with his work anll the showing made by Mc loskeys team that he was not ai wed to leave the Mound City until he had signed a contract for next yenr Time Cardinals have been ready strengthened and promise tC- lbe right at the top in the next pen nont race MOURN HER DEATH Several daughters and many lends mourn the death of Mrs Johanna Scannell and old and re pccted resident of St Frances of nome parish which occurred Monday at the family residence 1747 Pope street and was caused by the infinnt tics incident to her ago Rev Father White conducted the funeral services Wednesday niorning the church being thronged with mourning relatives and friends ICING OFFERS PRIZE Tho King of Portugal has expressed his intention of offering a prizo at next years Oireachtas for nnI Irish marching tune King Carlos bas been interested in Irish affairs by His Excellency The ONeill of Lisbon who has for years past been 0 generous friend of the Irish Ian uage and who is the Kings secretary MISSED PROM ROUTE A F ONeill a popular New Albany tetter carrier who has been missed from his route this week is quite 111 of asthma and has been compelled to keep within doors at his home 210- DaBk street I f r SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets oln the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Mouth President Thomas D Clines Vice President Jamas J Kilkcll Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secrotoryl J Cusic Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Scrgeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph 1 LynchFinancial Secretary John 1 Ken ey D1VISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thur day evenings ot Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresldentrPhll Cavanaugh Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hessioi 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel T Dougherty SergeJintatanns Thomas Noon DIVISION o Meets second and fourth Monday Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnu President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J IcEI liott Recording Secretary Frank 1 BurkeFinancial Secretary W J Cor nelly 1700 Seventhstreet Treasurer Joseph L Ienlhan SergeantatArmsnobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JKFFEUSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesila at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Constan LinePresidentJobe Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret tryT Olleru Financial SecretaryJ K Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrlty Banner Bearer J G Cole Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 tents Tuesday Eveni gs at Club louse 530 Twentysbrth Street PresidentBen J and First Vice President John T Ken eySecond Vice President Frank Lan han Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 3141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph 1 I IlucockTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andriot Outside Sentinel G rge Bartscl- iiIiJJlUJJtJ1S mm OF Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere t Tomorrow a new council will be rurally organized nt Montclair JThe council at Lima Ohio will take out a lIfo membership In the Catholic Extension Society the fee for which Is 1000 Archbishop Christie IIIH proved hln rlendshlp for the order by the inter ISt he takes in this work of the Iregon councils When the Knights of Portland OIC opened their new 10000 club OIIKO and hall Iris Grace Archbishop Christie was the guest of honor St Josephs Council at Fulton X y celebrated Discovery day and Its tenth nnnivcrsary with a banquet and musIcale at which 200 Invited guests were entertained Within three years 111e members have wiped out a debt- of 2000 Nearly all the clergyof the Eng- lIsh speaking parishes of Milwaukee nre members with a goodly number oft the German and Polish clergy The next Initiation will add the name of ather Leone the Italian pastor to the roster of Pore Marquette Council The Knights of Oswego N Y made the opening of their neap clubroom last week an occasion long to- be remembered They occupy three floors In tho OConnor block Rev rilllam Dwyer of Syracuse was the orator and the number of guests ran Into the hundreds One of the most brilliant affairs fvcr witnessed In Denver was the ancc given by tho Queens Daughters Houston Hull was thronged with fashionably dressed women and pretty girls while countless lights Bnd strains of music added to the Beeno when Miss Maud Ryan led the rand march COMING EVENTS Mackln Council charity euchre October 31 at club house Mlzpah Lodge Shepherds of Beth lebem supper and dance Wednesday night October 30 at Rlckert3 allTrinity Council euchre and dance Thursday evening November 7 at theIr hall 718 East Gray street St Columbas church building fund achre November 19 and 20 at misters Ha11IHibernian Ladles Auxiliary euchre November 20 at Robinsons Hall St Pauls school bazaar November 20L 27 and 28 at the school hall 1820 Jackson street ABLE TO WALK Anthony Monahan tho Kentucky and Indiana railway switchman wh- hns been confined to his homo in- New Albany for the past five months BufferIng from Injuries sustained Ins railroad wreck that at first it was thought might prove fatal was able with the use of crutches to be out- on the street this Week IRELAND Record of the Host Important 0 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Ills Eminence Cardinal Logue has appointed the Rev James Grimes of Portadown to be a Canon of the Armagh Cathedral Chapter Judge Craig was presented with white gloves at the Castleblnno quarter sessions being symbolical of the peaceful tttntc of that divisloi of the country Joseph Rutledge tt Ballybay shoe maker has been returned to the Monaghan lunatic asylum fron which he had been discharged onl one week before Much regret Is felt at Carriekma cross on the departure for AmerIca of Justice James Phelan Chalrnun of the Urban District Council Wllllan Phelan and Peter McCluskey Patrick Flanagan of Annynlla hal peen sworn in as a Justice of tin Peace for the County Monaghan Philip McGulrk was last wee sworn in as Ilorough Magistrate hI llallybay town At the monthly court held at New townforbes a non named Pat Me Garry was remanded to the next an sizes for firing with Intent to malt at his stepfather lat Illggins Me Garry denied any intent to injure Higgins and said he only fired at a hawk Some coal veins have been dill covered on the mountains betweej Castloland and Knocknagoshol Soot years ago a coal bed on those clis trios was operated and a number 01 men employed but operations were subsequently suspended and the mine abandoned The death has taken place at Core fin County Clare of Matthew Mona han who was largely engaged In the drapery business in that town 1C ceased was at one tine connected withessrl4 Cannock Co Limerick and some years ago paid n visit to South Africa for the benefit of hlsheaHh A number of changes in the 1oyal Irish Constabulary have just beet announced Constables T Lennon ol Caven and R Gnffuoy of Monaghan are appointed tto till cavalry troop at the depot and Constable Lloyd transferred from Cavan to Armagh Sixtyone recruits on nppolntnic1i joined the auxiliary depot at Iticli month on Friday- A sad accident occurred near Slig I when a well known contractor named Battle wits killed on his way home as a result of a curl passing over him The deceased was a great favorite in the county where ho executed several contracts in the building line The InllIevent has caused n painful shock in the localityand much sym pathy is expressed with the relatives of deceased Owen Traynor conductor of tho Ivlllnn bund who has been ill and oii fined to his lied is progressing toward recovery A few evenings back not less than 100 willing hand turned out and cut down and neatly secured his oat crop About four icrcs scarcely lasted an hours work Traynor in looked upon with much respect nod the turn out to secure hIs crop on this occasion bore ample testimony to this fact On Sunday the Most Rev Dr Kelly Uishop of Moss laid the foundation Uoiie of thet new parish church at Timoleague County Cork Service was first conducted in the old church it which the Most Roy Dr Kelly ireaehed an eloquent and Impressive sermon The llev Father Hill nlso iddressed tho congregation after which a procession was formed and moved to time site of the new building where the ceremony of laying the first stone took place Fire came neju destroying the premises of Michael Fitzslmons Church street Cavan and huts Httls son narrowly escaped suffocation Henry Stewart a well known Dun talk tailor met with a sad and sudden death at his residence St Pat ricks terrace It appears he had icon seated at the fire with his little laughter Rising to go to lied when lie reached the third step on the staircase he suddenly fell backward and his head coming in contact with the hard flooring he became uncon scious and died from his injuries ELECTED GENERAL From Rome has come word that Hathcr Rodriguez who has been the eneral of the Augustinian Order time past three years has been reelected to the position It Is very possible hat he will soon go to the United States as the Pope has ordered all the Generals of the religious orders to make regular and periodical in pcctlon of tin their houses Tho rlnclpal establishments of the Augustinian Order to America are the college at Villanova Pa and the parish church in Atlantic City N J AGONY WAS AWFUL After suffering awful agony for two days little Lawrence Stith the woyearold son of Leo Stith 2201 rlfflths avenue vas relieved by death from earthly pain The child ell Into a tub of scalding water and was literally boiled and from tho first there was no hope for its reo overy His funeral took place SunI- y afternoon tho Interment being InI St Louis cemetery- JOHN DILLON ACTS The report of meddlers to the ef test that Honest John Dillon over In Ireland had joined true ranks of the Sinn Feiners has just had n strUt inlr answer He has rejoined the Irish Parliamentary pnrtyanl ledges himself to be active in its support PURIFIER evervewitt remove bad odors quickly True some may think the cure worse than tl1e disease but not a housekeeper who has come to know that cleanll I neM follows In the wake of Its per eating smell FRANK FEHR po BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE ETF Cumb Phone halo 1013 1913TlXE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK j Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer Y BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xOUISVlLLE KY n PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged 11LouisvilleASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CLIMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN B FRANK WALTERS a Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOE DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHNFOERTELCOinwrteoaer- eoBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 896 LOUISVILLE KY ORDER YO- URCOAL FROM Doudierty tanning Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This Is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783 EEMAKN BRC lMPORTmUJ FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal en in Finest Brands of Ken tncky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOS BOTTLBD IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Strea Independent of All Undertake- rsKATIBAGNfS SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Iffice 626 W St Catherine Both Phones f r I I WaltPlasterIsbetterreparation agoodI applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsor PleaterVINES LIQUORS CHARS ALS SALOONr VAL LESTER Prep l fraiBl9 VG EECj j III YalII n Tn rII l NTUOJrY IRJIJIfAltCERIOAN II THE BIG STORESolves the Fancy Vest Problem by securing the sole control of the HYDE GRADE GALATEA VESTS Come to the Big Store and have explained how such a vest can be sold for 15O II THE BIG STORE 424 StlBetween I MILTON M MARBLESTONE G CO 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 CO Incorporated OC 3og30 FOURTH AVENUE Ba8Q0 21 u 01seas and Coffees are old reliables that never tall to please His special grade of coffee at 3 LBS FOR 50C is one of his best sellers Phone a trial order 45cexcellent MULLOY COFFEE 8 ROASTER f g AlAKICIST rREETHom Phone 13 Jj 1ilt1L W 8oa y0yo FREE FREE FREE BEGINNING SEPT 2 A EurekaFlyer in each sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Bitlir Except 10cent 15 cent and lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles i at our office Get a flyer for the children i eSSBe Giias flRooers BOOR GO 6 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give UI a cl and inspect onr line of goods They are the finest of their kind In the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES f OP EVERY DESCRIPTION a434 w Jewrson Street 0B AYIfZ PINME rAlll Made QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been univ riilly acknowledged as the best gas ngr in the market They cook quickly 3u excellently and ou account of their parent air burners consume less gas that any other They are more easily ceaned and ate made to last The new Improvement thl will keep in the front rank Haring made out 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are lie to sell at old prices G H0217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND y M L RG4 T 1es- jN BBBTTHE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO llncrporeted 3 FOR AND DELIVERED IASPECIALTVI 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES i1W TECY CIO LOANr 6 n r b it r ef I IIiI11111J Nid f frt l I t8 0o322 to 328 West MarketStreet IS 00 00 IOO 00 BAC N ON MARKET STREET ET THIRD AND FOURTH INCORPORATEDI I u i oOUR FAMOUS COuSlE SEaT ARO LIHtO FRONT imSUOClHU GUARANTEED SUIT COUNTY BOARD Will Arrange For Observant of St Patricks Day The Jefferson County Board of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians has been called to meet at Odd Fellows Hal Sixth and Walnut next Tuesday night County President Murphy will then inaugurate plans for u proper public observance of St Patrick tiny March 17 next and it Is certni that a number of committees will be appointed From him our represent utlvo learned that it was the Intention to celebrate the feast of Erins path saint on a more elaborate scale than for many years past The board will also have for consideration a number of communications from the national officers somo of which deal with the order In this city and State President Murph says the reports from other cities a- very encouraging and that with united effort the Hibernians of Ken tucky can easily double their number Another subject that will be dlscusse will be the proposed visitation to In dianapolls when the National convention meets there next year when IIt Is hoped the four local divisions will turn out in the big parade at least 500 strong All the delegates are urged to attend this meeting REICHERT ELECTED Catholic Knlthis Make Him Head of Unlfiorm- Rank Catholic Knights throughout tin country but especially those of Ken tucky and Indiana will be highly gratified to know that Col Michael llcichcrt of Louisville has been elected Major General of the Uniform tank by a unanimous vote succeed- Ing L J KndcBkl of St Louis rhe sews was first received by the Ken tucky Irish American and when an- ton nccd by William T Mechan at the general meeting held Tuesday nigh at the hall of Branch GI2 three cheers were given that awoke the surround- Ing neighborhood The position of Major General of the Uniform Rank Ls an extremely important one at this particular time and the order will not be long iIn realizing the wisdom of its choice Gen IScichcrt inns been one of tho most zealous workers the C K of A ever land and his ability is recog nizcd everywhere Largely throng his efforts Branch 0 of this city hai become one of the strongest in tin country and to him is largely dm the rapid growth and success of the two splendid Uniform Rank oompa nies that Louisville now boasts Ills pastl experience as President of the Central Committee President of the Kentucky State Council and Supreme Delegate as well as for several year djutant General of the military department fit him admirably for his new duties and assure a progressive ind satisfactory administration ItI- II with no small feeling of pride thai ivc join the Knights In saluting Major Gen Relchert- CELEIS1tATED ANNIVEUSAIIV The twelfth anniversary of tin wedding of Mr and Mrs Joseph L- bttE was happily celebrated Wednes luj evening at their home 2021 Ilax tf avenue The worthy couple won pleasantly entertained by a large lathering of friends and were thi recipients of many beautiful prevents Vmong those present were Messrs i ml Mesdames Joseph rraudt P ktaloney II Kennedy M Kouth fohn Kennedy Frank Otte George 5chroeder George Katenberger tfcsdamcs Klelnjohn Whalan Frey ind Hocrtcl Misses Rosa Otte Frances Traudt Margaret Kennedy Claml Appel Miss Blnderman and Messrs William Kennedy Lonli voahlcr Ben Otte Edward Kennedy Htes band was present and treated the party to a surprise serenade and music MACKIN CHARITY EUCHRE The charity euchre to bo given by plackln Council next Thursday night roinlsos to bo the largest over given at the club house At tho meeting hla week Chairman Raldy read thlrty letters many of which con atneij checks from friends of the bijfnelK John Kenny and William kerberg reported that many valuable 1 000000 IStreet StreetII THE INDESTRUCTIBLE SUIT FOR BOYS RUFF ON CLOTHES This suit has the following patterns heretofore neglected THE COAT Seams reenforced with linen tape pockets of strong 00 silesia patent canvas frost that will retain shape buttons sewed to stay on 0 THE PANTS Linentapedseams 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 0 whichwill insure strength and durability 0GUARANTEEThe of this Indestructible Suit joins us in guaranteeing same in overy particular represented 0Anew free if any seam gives away PRICE 398 I REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of Maysvllle For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Ilopkinsville For Auditor FRANK T JAMES of Ilarrodsburg For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD FARLEY of Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER of Munfordsvillc For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABBE of Ashland Poor Clerk of tine Court of Appeal NAPIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture- M C RANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For IL R Commissioner Third DINt AT SILEnIof Whltlcy cpuniy prizes had been secured and the nuns ber to be awarded would exceed any ever before recorded The committee requests that all persons bavin tickets make returns therefor not later than Tuesday night Every ar rangemont will bo mado for tho comfort of tho players who will be ro solved by odlcors and members of tho council RECENT DEATHS Funeral services over the remain of Miss Katie Carey were held at the Cathedral Monday morning For sometime she had been ill but dc spite careful nursing and every car the end came peacefully on Frida evening Surviving her is her sister Mrs Fred Whittick 1121 Delawan street with whom she resided The funeral of Mrs June Cummings who died from old age tool place last Sunday afternoon Mrs Cummlngs was one of the oldest nnd best known residents of the city having come to Louisville from Ire land sixtyfive years ago when ia child of ten years She was a devou Catholic and her death Is a source of grief to a wide circle She is eur rived by three sons John Thorns and William Cummings and two laughters Mrs F S Receveur 1927 West Main street and Mrs F H Spleth of Jeffcrsonville After long and patient suffering borne with Christian fortitude nFa Vela Dillon one of the best knows adenine young women in the city asscd to eternal happiness Monday night at her home 2H2 Bank street illss Dillon was the daughter oC Frank Dillon Inspector for the Louis Hie Railway Company and had Only eccntly returned from the West where she went In the hope of being estored l to health She was a mem ber of the Altar Society and one of the most active workers for the Church of Our Lady in Portland which liaR sustained a distinct loss The funeral was held Thursday morning with a solemn mass ol requiem when Rev Father Connlfl paid a tribute to Miss Dillon nemory that brought tears to the ryes of the many wino heard him CONDITION UNCHANGED The many friends of Rev Father ifcFecly of St Louis Bcrtrands who ins been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth lospltal for some time will regret to learn that his condition still remains unchanged though on Wcdncs 1lay he seemed to be somewhat Rvlved AGAIN ON FORCE Nick Carey for many years a valiant and trusted member of the dice force but for some time past doing private duty was on Th-ursdaistoredecr Carey was fearless intineVtins clarge of his dutyyand hM a fine record 10 322 to 8328 West I as suit NICE GIFT Mackin Council Responds to Appeal For Philippine Missions Tuesday night there was a good gathering of members at the meeting of Macklu Council who added to the reputation of that splendid body oC Catholic young men by voting 0 handsome donation to assist the mis sionaries who are doing earnest work for the church in the Philippine President Sand who is a candidate for Councilman on the Democrat ticket had been called upon to ad dress a mass meeting and was unable to be present and John Kinney occu- pl8d the chair Three new member were elected the leaders of the two teams announcing that they would have a class of between thirty and forty candidates for the Initiation next month This will put tine membership far beyond the 500 mark Chairman Charles Raidy stated that enough tickets hnd been sold to make tine charity euchre to be given next week a social and financial success but urged all to keep working as this will be the only one given this year The Social Club announced Its dance for Monday night and Invited all tho members and their friends to atten- dJUBILEE BANQUET Catholic Knights Celcbrnt Anniversary Thursday Evening The members of Branch 262 C 1K of A their ladles and a number of clergymen and invited guests gptl ered Thursday night In St Peter Hall Seventeenth and Southgat streets to attend the banquet held b line branch in celebration of the twentyfifth anniversary of its organ Ization President Anton Dietmel and a committee received tho guests- and escorted them to tine hall which was tastefully decorated and illmnlr ated for tho occasion Tho banqiu was an elaborate one and was delightfully served Frank X Wolpert the genial Secretary of Branch 262 and a ld31y known member of the order preside in a very happy manner and toast were responded to by Newton G Rag ors State Secretary Albert P Main Major Gen Michael Reichert Dr William B Doherty Urban Stengel Edward Neuhaus and others Tho addresses were well received and tho many good works of the branch wore warmly applauded Not until a lato hour did the gathering disperse when all joined In a To Douui of praise for St Peters branch and Its continued prosperity IHtAVE CORPORAL Many comments arc being heard by- eyewltnesses of the desperate battl between the police and negr desperado Burdine on Wednesday ant the special bravery shown by Corporal Edward McElliott who engaged in a pistol duel with the negr tanding in the open while Bufdini was protected by tho corner of a a rick wall and it was chiefly instru mental through this officer that the egro was caught and subdued after a fierce struggle Ills friends al say that you can always count 01 Corporal Ed to show the Irish that 1Ra In him ILL HUT ONE DAY It was a painful surprise to the fiends of Arthur West tho eighteen ear old son of Henry West 272 Elliott avenue when they learnc Saturday that he died after one days Illness from abscess of the brain resulting from earache His condition was not regarded serious until a fen hours beforo death when West com lamed o Intense pain In his head Us funeral took place from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo officiating at the solemn obsequies TIIKLMA SECOND Them Tholma Club has Issued invite lons for the second of its series of select dcanes which takes place next Uhlghteenthrhts club has become quite popular and its affairs are attended by the cst people in tho southwestern part tf the city Meesrs Jqkt Nadort WIll Ooetz and Prank Nadorif wyill be the+ Conamittee IB charge r rr NN NNNN NNNNNONNNOO ONON NNiNN- II i JAMES GREENE i i 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture i IICarpets Rugs ii- ii Stoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES i BEST TERMS i Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we J J can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would invite your special attention to our stock of Carpets which range in quality from the cheapest ingrain to the finest velvet J JJ- If you will but visit our store you will readily realize that there will always be found the best values at Greenes Satisfaction of the kind that satisfies marks every transaction In factwe dont consider a deal closed unless the customer Is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or 1 1 I more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article Is exactly as represented made in J the most substantial manner finish and design perfect + ooeoNoooeNOOeoooN NNOoooooooeoooeooY PINE 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 Market Street eA 16 Per 100 Bushels We have the most centrally located yards In the city the best coal the bes teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL CO Incor rated Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET ti 353 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager U ADQUARTJCR t3 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cul6 of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kindsi Also the Best and Pulest Lard in the city We also carry 1Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY THE ON- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH i FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS rAo m w sarirar esIIHO-MESTUDY I Art of Modern Bookkeeping and Accounting a work espec t IiiIiiThe adapted to Home Study for those who desire a general U of the subject or for graduates of Business Colleges and Bookkeepers who wish to take up the study of Accounting 4 SENT PREPAID FOR 300 I coIKY B Lrea s ra re r sru sd rr aeYrer 1 r eEaJl WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGi Done With Neatness and Dispatch Call at This Office DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary And Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING d Kor c4 Called For wad D ltver d AND 1MISJ srtefh Phollls 23f sOFFICE FORGE SEVENTt1 nix WIWL O1MA11PAaXl s A4 KQLJ3 4 345 West Green StreettLlQ1JOI a 1 I OlwS1ILVIVIV- It1 t u 1i t j I 1 i ii- A i- a e Jf