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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN i VOLUME XIXNO 19 LOUKsVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1907 PRICE FIVE CENT REPUBLICANS Swept Everything Before The In City aud State Last Tuesday Hon Augustus E WUHson For Governor by Immense Mojorlty James F Grlnstead Leads His Ticket to a Signal Victory THE RESULT II OTHER STATES I I The results of the election in Ken tucky last Tuesday and the sweeping victory of the Republican party ar matters of history about which littl more that would be new can now be said Hon Augustus E Willson Republican nominee for Governor roceivingHere in Louisville his home city ho received a tremendous vote leading the ticket by thousands and making his election a certainty Throughout the State but especially in the Demo ratio strongholds he made wonderful gains Since the result has become known Goy Willson has been sub merged with letters and telegrams of congratulation from all sections of the country and the Democrats are agreed that If they lad to have s Republican Chief Executive he would be their choice Especially gratifying to his friends is the fact that he is the first man from Louisville to be elected Governor of the State That he will give the people a safe and honest administration is the belief of Democrats as well as Republicans outcomeIof the contest for the General As sembly which also is claimed bj both parties by a very close vote on joint ballot The Democrats claim a safe majority in the Senate but in the House it is otherwise and there fore the chances for Gov Beckhnms election to the United States Senate are jeopardized In this instance it is already hinted that a sufficlen number of Democrats will refuse to vote for Gov Beekham on joint ballot thereby causing a deadlock and preventing his election at this ses sion Ills opponent will doubtless be exGov William 0 Bradley as his In the only name thus far mentioned in lnJqtl9n mgltJhrtb lgl1JumJ 7 In Louisville and Jefferson county the Republicans swept the platter clean electing lion James F Grin stead and almost his entire ticket by majorities of nearly 5000 the only exceptions being Chris Mueller for the Legislature and four School Trustees The reasons for this crushing defeat are many and not hard to find despite the fact that a bettor municipal ticket had never before boon presented the voters of Louisville which gives the victors cause for great jubilation Hon Owen Tyle made a wonderful race and hit friends stood by him nobly but the discordant element that clement which stands for personal gain and a rule or ruin policy was sufficient to cause time defeat of the Demo cratic party When the returns were in Tuesday night Mr Tyler sent congratulations to his victorious op hiselectionthat becomes the man Mayor Grin stead pledges himself to stand squarely on the platform on which he made his race and carry out every pledge made during the cam paign Now that he is elected Mayor the people of Louisville should bow to the will of the majority and givo him their support as long as he gives them a good administration In New York the Democrats were again victorious electing the ticket put forth by Tammany hull and routing the Republicans and Hearsts Independence League which had mugwumpticketHearst In New York State and the only thing left for him to do is to fuse with Watterson in Kentucky Rhode Island stands in time Democratic column having reelected Gov James Higgins by an increased majority and the last reports were that the Legislature was very close Maryland also returned to the Demo cratic column choosing Democratic State officers and a Legislature that will send u Democrat to the Senate Massachusetts gave Gov Guild the Republican candidate a plurality of over 100000 votes electing the entire ticket The Democrats were badly split and had no show whatever from the day they held two State conven lions In New Jersey the contest was bitter but the Republicans carried the State by 7000 In Jersey City Mark Fagan who was seeking his fourth term as Mayor was defeated by 9000 The Mayoralty contest In Cleve land which for months has attracted the attention of the entire country resulted In a glorious victory for Tom L Johnson who was Elected Mayor for the fourth term Unusual Importance attached to this contest from the fact that Congressman Theodore Burton Chairman of the House Rivers and Harbor Committee and supposed to be the candidate of President Roosevelt and Secretary TaU resigned his sent to make the race Mayor Johnsons plurality was over 9000 and referring to his elec tion he said Through nil the con fusion and slander the people kept their minds fixed upon the real issue wo that today Cleveland is n free city It was the peoples fight it is the peoples victory The right may 10S6 a battle but it never lost a war A Our seven years war is won Glove land will g6 on with Its great work It will recognize all the lawful and R defeatRed t 7- LS monopoly but it will reserve and pre I servo all the rights of the people Mayor Johnson is a native of LOuis- ville In San Francisco there were threo I candidates for Chief Executive the suem ceeded Schmitz being the winner by a plurality of between 8000 nnd 9000 i SACRED COLLEGE Reported That Cardinals Will Be Created Next Month The death of Cardinal Stelnhuber has deprived the Jesuit order of iits last representative In the Sacred Col lego of Cardinals and will make it necessary for tho Pope to nominate another member of the order There is much speculation as to what mem ber of tho powerful order will be chosen to succeed the late Cardinal His nomination to the Sacred College can not be delayed very long follow ing tho traditions of the church It is more than probable that the nom nexteConsistory which Is to be held early In December It Is said prelates in a position to know declare the choice of the Pope will fall on Father Brandt who for many years was the leading editor of the Civitta Catto lica the prominent semimonthly or gan of the order It was Father I Brandt who for nearly twenty years sustained the rights of the Holy See in the matter of the temporal power I and defended the dogmas and rights of the church in a numberless series of articles Ills services to the Holy See are considered of such value in Vatican circles that nobody would be surprised If he were promoted to the highest honor given by the church At the December Consistory It is defi nitely settled that the Archbishop of Westminster Mgr Francis Bourne will bo promoted to a scat In time Sacred College and so also will throe Austrian and German Bishops FATHER OGRADY Patriot Priest Here Working For Irish National School The Rev Father Patrick J OOrndy Co C the Patriot Priest of Ballaghudrcen who attracted the attention of Irishmen through out the world when he erected a monument to the memory of Bartholomew Teeling a hero of 03 in the face of notch opposition is in America on a mission to Interest his countrymen and others identified with cllul1tlolulworkiu1 new na tional school which he and several of his fellowpriestB wish to found at Bnllaghadcreen in the historic Archony diocese The new institution Is In no way intended as un ecclesias tical project its aim being to prepare young Ireland for any vocation In life Outside of the Jesuit col leges there tare few such secular schools in Ireland lie has gathered about him a group of young priests who have pledged their life effort to till erection and care of ana tional university Father OGnidy brings Introductory letters from the leading figures in Irelands struggle for Independence In the educa tional feature of which he has bern greatly in the foreground He wishes to avoid the petty political entanglements in which his countrymen frequently become embroiled and to link them together in the broader movement for the general education of the younger genera tions Father OGraily arrived last Saturday and is now in New York GERMANS Will Banquet Taft During His Stay In Berlin With the visit of Secretary Taft tnly a few weeks off the German authorities at Berlin municipal ns well as State are busy preparing to give time American statesman r hearty welcome Representatives ol the Kaiser as well as of the city of Berlin will receive the Secretary at the depot and from the moment he sets foot on German territory ha will be carried from one banquet to another The Kaiser will receive him in audience the day after his arrival and will dnvltc him to be present at a magnificent review of the whole garrison of the city to be held on the Tempelhofcr Field Part of the time Secretary raft will be taken In charge by the German Minister of War General von Kinem who will technicalnilitaryinnovations lifting power of Major Parsifals and Count ZcppelinJ dirigible airships be tested by invitIng Secretary Taft to make an ascension in each but whether ho will consent to act an ballast is a matter of doubt DKLMONT CLUII ELECTION The annual election of the Dclmont Club for the selection of a Board of Directors was held Wednesday night at the club house on Story avenue and when the votes were counted the following were declared the choice anti will serve until Janu ary 1009 Messrs Joseph Bias Louis W Borntraeger Thomas T Dunlop Fred K Hoertcr Leo P Kaufman Conrad J Klssler Henry II Lang Charles Maun William Mehler Ed ward 1L Meyer Albert S tall Her man Rochr Charles W Schott Matt Schupp Henry Weber When the nasal reports are made at the close of the year the Delmont will be found in better condition than ever before PREP ARA 1 IONS i For Big Euchre Being Made by Ladles Auxiliary A O II The Ladles Auxiliary of tlm Ancient Order of Hibernians held their regular meeting Wednesday evening at Robinsons Hall with Miss Elizabeth King presiding in the absence of the President Miss Mary Sheridan Reports were received from the Entertainment Committee who arc in charge of the euchre t be given Wednesday November 20i and it was announced forty hunt some prizes had been secured Tit committee respectfully invites every Hibernian in this city and their friends to attend the euchre and promise them a delightful evenings entertainmentThree were obligated and two more arc promised for next meeting and a mass for deceased members will soon be offered at the Dominican church the exact date to be announced later Talks on the good of the order were made by Mrs D J Dougherty Mrs John Rum mage Misses Elizabeth King Fannio Kennedy and Bridget Hanrahan THEIR FIRST St Columbas Parish Wilt Celebrate Anniversary November 17 St Columbas church at Thirty third nnd Market streets will be a year old on Sunday November 17 and the congregation and pastor Rev John D Kalahcr are preparing for a fitting celebration of its first anniversary The ceremonies will1 consist of a solemn high mass at 1030 oclock and of solemn vesper- and benediction in the evening a 730 together with a sermon by on of thin most eloquent priests of the cityA great deal has been accomplished by St Columbas during the first year of its existence as the congre gation is now well organized and ha a largely attended and prosperou- school An addition has recently been built to the church giving it a much larger seating capacity as well a- nn ample sanctuary The new pastoral residence is alb nearing completion and to add to the building fund the people of St Columbas have arranged for an other of their enjoyable euchres which have proved so successful Iin the past on account of the numbs- and quality of the prizes offered The euchre will take place at Pfis ters Hall Twent fifth and Market on rticlldllyowrnnit WcdiifefitTay Afternoon and evening November 19 andl 20 when numerous elegant prizesI will be distributed and a splendid supper served GAVE HER LIFE Aged Nun Stricken While Seeking Work For Woman A crowd stood with bared heads ox Avenue A in New York last Saturday afternoon while a priest administered the lust rites of tune church to a dying Sister of Charity In a store The crowd was made up o members of the parish of the Immaculate Conception and their spiritual ad viler Father Turner was minister ing to the stricken Sister Sister Mary St John of the Little Sisters of the Assumption better known as the visiting Sisters of the Poor was the sufferer She was sixty years old and feeble Born in Ireland she had been h nun thirtyfive years She clime to this country four years ago Sister Mary was ill and went ou upon her ministrations to the poo despite time protests of the Mothe- Superior Sister Mary du Christ Three months ago she Jmd been stricken and it was pointed out taI her that she might pay the penalty with her life if she ventured out but she went any way She had beenl trying for a week 1o find a place for a deserving woman and had just been informed that u place would be open Monday She hastened to the home of the woman and on the way back was seized with giddiness whileI on Avenue A near Fifteenth street She was found clinging to the iron rails of a fence and carried to a grocery store Later she was te moved to the Convent of time Assump tion where she died within an hour Sister Mary St John was formerly Miss Elizabeth Henry KKMOV1NG GIANTS OAUSKWAY Prefacing its remarks with the statement that the American vandal knows no respect for things or men ancient buildings beauty spots or places with historic associations Dublin newspaper makes bitter emu plaint regarding an alleged interfer ence by Americans with the basaltic columns which form the magnificent natural spectacle on tIre Antri I coast known as the Giants Causeway Time story Is thatt certain America vandals have conceived the intentio- of shipping these columns to Amer- Ica where an effort will be made to reconstitute the causeway in some place the location of which is still matter of conjecture It is state that the first consignment of tw hundred tons packed in case is to be sent from Belfast shortly to Liverpool thence to be taken to Phila delphia The Giants Causeway which is one of the great natural sights of thn Northern seacoast of Ireland was un til quite recently free to all butI about six years ago powers were ob tailed toy private persons to males a charge for admission c CHAMPION American Athlete a Expected toF Repeat Tliflr Olympiad Vcturlese 1 Sheridan M Grath Flanagan Duly and Others Dependy ed Upou 11- o i- Clubs Will Send Teams to Com pete ill London Next Year y iUNCLE SANS RECORD HOLDERS l lBarring unfor con accidents America will furnish the victorious i athletic team at fife next Olympici games which will be held in London next August With the acquisition of several worlds recordholders to Its list and a noticeable improvement in all of those who competed at Athens last year the Yankee team Is almo certain to roll up an unprecedented number of points Time athletics who will leave these shores for this meet will be the greatest in quality and quantity thirst have over competed in an athletic meet in the history of sport No other country on the face of the earth compares with them In every branch of sport from the Hashes to the twentyfivemile Mara thon race and from swimming to weight throwing tho strudy men of this country collectively outclass those of any other nonAnd of all the athletic clubs from willsmore liberally represented than tthe IrishAmerican of New York City So many champions of various sorts compete in the colors of this club that the management in order to send Its best men will be com pelled to send more than halt its mostsastask of such proportions that even the experts trainers and coaches nts tempt to do it and rather than take fitlyowearers of the winged fist will be sent abroad to strive for national club and individual honors This ag gregatlon will be tho largest number of athletes ever sent to a champion historysof athletics Among those who will don the colors of the1 IrishAmericans are men who arc conceded to bo worlds chum pionmme itidM thorswho stand out as the equals of many others Although the New York Athletic Club will not send as many entries ns their rival the calibre of the men who represent it will be nearly as high Among its entries as with those of the IrishAmericans it has several worlds champions Other New York clubs including the Pas time the Mohawk the Xavier and the Mott Haven will increase the number from that city to more than a hundred And while this number will represent Gotham nearly as many more from other parts of time country will wear the starred and striped shield No section of the country will be without a representa tire The North the South the East and time West all bound together by patriotic inspiration will strive mightily together to defeat the other nations of the world Even at this early date many events are conceded to the Ameri cans And with such invincible men as Martin Sheridan tough Rose Mutt McGrath John Daly Melvin Sheppard George Bonhag Paul Pil grim Ray Kwry Hahn Kelly Eaton EhlerstI Flanaganrrepresenting us every reason that the foreign nations should fear the results Sheridan besides being the greatest discus thrower Iis prob ably time greatest nllaround athlete In the world and for this emblem ho IIs looked upon as a mire winner lie can throw all the weights jump vault and run better than any other man in this country and no one here knows of any other man in any other land who Is his equal Matt Mc Grath the worlds record holder for throwing the hammer is conceded the greatest in this event and shovM McGrath fail through accident to do his best John Flanagan of the Irish American Club will be on hand to defeat the best of the other nations With Tom Longboat the Indian distance runner out John Daly the national champion distance runner is looked upon ns a certain winner of the fivemile race AH In the case of McGrath the man he must fear IB his clubmate George Bonhag While the latter Is not considered as goad l1ilIprowess as a walker and he will attempt to win tho walking events At present there Is no halfmiler in this country the equal of Melvin Shep consideredmto hinge the best middlcalstancc runners In time world this IrishAmeri can Is sanguine of defeating the thenNew York Athletic Club bent the best men in the world at Athens last year In the 400metre and 800metre races and is as good now as he was athen If he continues to maintain dhis form he is expected to duplicate his victories of last year and he will have aid from many of his country men Ray Ewry of the New York Athletic Club at the standing jumps is considered invincible and a sure winner in the events in which he will start Over the hurdles Forrest Smithson of California and Harry Hillman of the New Yorks and J J Ellera of the IrishAmericans are J considered the peers of any other countrys representativesJ COUNCIL DOINGS Sartos Members Are Striv ing Hard For First Place Sarto Council Y M L Is reported as moving along in a most satisfac tory manner and doing things all the time with the hope that it will eventually move into first place in Amongth11under Its auspices was one pay euchre a euchre for the men and another for the ladles of the aux iliary and the members both of which were complimentary and pullInglightful affair Another event that enthused the Y M I was the of their ball team who with Becker in the box won the City League championship from the semlprofes sional Owensboro team Several nice programmes have been given at the meetings of Sarto Council and last week an exemplifi rogressdegreeof the members attending An en betexemplification and is expected 10 prove oven more effective than Pilgrims Progress The three degrees of the Institute will be con ferred on a large class next month The council has donated the use of QueensDaughtersfor their charitable work A donation has been made to the Catholic Extension Society Mrs J M Dawson wife of Joe Dawson of Trinity was buried here last Sunday She died in Texas where slime had gone for her health A large number of members attended SecretaryJ11 Pierre Dawson of Louisville also attended GIVEN FINE START lKnights of Columbus Insti tuted Lebanon Council Sunday Last Sunday was a day that will ba long remembered by the Catholics of Lebanon and Marion county and marks another epoch in the history of the Knights of Columbus In Kentucky Upon the arrival of the Lou Knightsfrom withthnlsle that had been reserved for them Rev Father Hogarty was the celebrant of the solemn high mass and preached nn eloquent welcome Gregorianthroughout by 1 number of the visitors The Initiatory ceremonies began atI throughouttheand conferring of degrees was cbn ducted by teams from Louisville JudgeMattcompletedLebanonvoyage with about sixty members The banquet that followed was an elaborate affair nnd lasted till nearly midnight Toasts were responded to by Father Hogarty Judge ODoherty and others and all returned to this city elated with the hospitality be stowed upon thor- nHANDSOME CRUCIFIXI Will Be Blessed Tomorrow Night at Holy Cross Church Tomorrow evening at 730 oclockHoly Cross church at Thirtysecond and Broadway of which Rev John Sheridan Is the faithful pastor will be the scene of one of the most beautiful and impressive ceremonies InI time Catholic church This will be the blessing of a large and handsome cru cifix that has just boon added to thoI church Tho ceremony will be performed by the Rev Father Charles Cassidy of the Passionist order and will be followed by solemn vespers and benediction Holy Cross Is one of the prettiest of the small churches In the city and Father Sheridan willI be much pleased to see It thronged on this occasion Father Charles who is one of the most eloquent pulpit orators among the Passlonists will preach the ser mon nt the high mass at 10 oclock Sinco Father Sheridan assumed charge of the parish there havo beenInumerous additions to his congregation and with the adldtions to the population In that section It need not be surprising If the church will soon have to bo enlarged GIRLS DOLANS PRIDE Thomas A Dolan tho Philadelphia millionaire traction magnate whobe recent connection with the Metropolitan Securities Company and William C Whitney Thomas F Ryan P A B Widener and the late Wil liam L Elkins has attracted public attention throughout tho country was born of poor but Industrious countyin reer as office boy in a commission position the manufacture of tho articles In which his firm dealt His opera tions gradually extended until they took In not only manufacturing but organization of traction companies As a manufacturer he has been noted dayho s In which his mills are situated wit a friend and the latter noticed th he bowed often to young women wh appeared to be well dressed an sometimes even stylishly attired manyfriends11 his companion Who are all these ladlesThese ladles was the reply with just a perceptible trace of pride fin his voice are the operatives in my mill FEDERATION Entertainment For Regular Meeting Thursday Night The regular monthly meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies of Jefferson county will be held nt the Catholic Womans Club next Thursday night at 8 oclock The witbe1m tho various brandies of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America and the Hibernian divisions of the city and will be followed by the long promised address by Edward Neu gnus of time Glaubensbotc and short talks by various other members President Newton Rogers and the officers are very desirous that all of time delegates will be present and bring their friends with them as far as they may wish in order to make full arrangements for general work during the winter season The officers as usual have done and will do all In their power to make the meet Ing one of interest and pleasure as well ns Instructive for nil who attend WILL FIGHT HARD To Rescue Rome From the Control of Enemies of Religion The Catholic party will make a hard fight at the municipal elections which will take place In Rome this month In tho last body of Alder men including the Mayor there was a majority of Catholic interests while they were in office The last election proved disastrous to the Catholic party as the Socialists Labor Union- Ists and all the extreme parties com bined to defeat the Catholic candi dates They succeeded and elected a small majority In tho Municipal Council Their success was marred when the Mayor nnd the Municipal Council resigned thus necessitating tho appointment of u royal commissioner and the calling of a new elec tion for this month It is of paramount Importance to the Vatican au thorities to have n Catholic majority In the Municipal Council because many anticlerical measures such as the suppression of religious teaching in the public schools and questions relating to the marriage bond maybe arranged by the Aldermen in away which the Vatican authorities oppose Because of this all the Cath olic associations of Rome have been rallied together and their members will try their best to defeat the extremists at the coming election- sOWENSBORO D oath of Miss Mamie Arnold Shocks Relatives and Friends A very sad death in Owensboro is that of Miss Mamie Arnold the only sister of Fred Arnold and a young lady of most exemplary character congestivechillday morning lpassed peacefully to her heavenly home Mist Arnold had ocen out and in apparent good health on Tuesday and her sudden and unexpected death came as a painful bhock to her many relatives and friends She wns a leading und greatly beloved member of the Young Lathes Auxiliary of Santo Council Y M L which met Wednes day night and then proceeded to the Arnold home In a body to prny for the repose of the soul of their do eased member Sarto Council post poned the programme that hind been arrangedl for Thursday night and after the adoption of resolutions of sympathy adjourned to pay the last tribute of respect and pray for her placeFridaychurch with a solemn high mass of requiem The Ladies Auxiliary attended In a body und time pallbearers were chosen from nmong the IDem bers of Sarto Council Not for a long tine has such a large funeral been seen In Owensboro Miss Arnolds death having east a pall of gloom over the entire city NIXK LADIHK JOIN MurphyBarneymembers of Branch C4 Catholic Knights of America of Jeffersonville are making elaborate preparations for the next meeting of that body when nine young ladles will be received into the branch and awarded certificates It is Intended to make this one of tho events of tho year In Jefforsonvlllo and in addition to In viting tho Catholic population of that lty tho Central Committee and the two uniformed companies of Louisville will be asked to attend TAKES BETTER PLACK Will S Hnnrnlmn for some time oral genl Southern railway and ono of Its most popular employes has severed his connection with that company to nc opt a more responsible and lucrative position with tho Louisville Nashville Railroad Company 1 e LIGHTII Upon Unhappy Conditions Tu Obtain in Ireland Today People Nurse Pure Morals De pits Abject Misery and Poverty Lady Somerset Finds That t Wrongs There Are Real PREDICTS WHY WONDERFUL THING Lady Somerset who has Just co pleted a visit to the Emerald Isle a whoso word Is undisputed declar there Is no sadder and yet moro i terestlng rending than the thick yo times Issued by the Royal Commlsslo en the congestion In Ireland nor wl any future history of Ireland contal material which will bring moro vlvl light on tho conditions which obtai In that unhappy Island today In hOI letter she says- I have for many years been struck with the extraordinary want of knowledge which exists In England as to affairs In Ireland The ideas of the ordinary Englishman are usu ally limited to the fact that In Ireland riots are likely to occur that tho Irish are an ungrateful people who spurn the benefits which England has laid at their feet and who are Inconstant and unnecessary revolt Any careful perusal of tho evidence of the commission will dispel these precon ceived theories- I have Just returned from tho wild coasts of Donegal and have had oc casion to visit some of the most famous of time congested districts such as Ballybose etc No one can live In Ireland and not realize that her wrongs are very real and by liv ing in Ireland I do not mean to stay as a guest In one of tho great country houses of Ireland where ono is sur rounded by English and whore the4 ruling class Is always ready to condemn the native born Irishman but I mean to live among the peasants understand how they live time condH tions in which they exist the rent they pay arid the actual money oih which they have to starve Then yoj are no longer astonished that such societies as the Sinn Fein should exist or that the cry of Ireland for Ireland Is gaining ground I ofti pfdovcopiuglandjfl sion I smllo and remember what Ire land Is what her people arepoor It Is true and yet In a sense infinitely rich for among the peasants along that wild coast I find one Invariable rule namely that the standards of life which they maintain are true standards and not sham that to them the most important thing in tho world Is to live right to bo kind to children to bo neighborly to love God The fact that they are goo does not mean that they are unhappy True they live on that narrow lln which separates want from sufllcien cy they understand what it meun to ask day by day for their brea and to receive it for In those littl cabins with their doors set wid toward the Atlantic ocean thero Is a atmosphere which Is not wholly o this world The unseen is strange present The world Is filled for then with saints and angels and unseej beings who are as real as tho cm dren who crowd round the lies and the courtesy that they show IIt veneer of civility put on In order Impress n stranger It Is the como of the perfect courtesy of i come given by n heart tuned In 1 mony with time kindness of God call that lurid of bogs and moors thin patches of corn a poor one bi believe that when time real treasure the world comes to be weighed Ireland will be found to be rich rich in those things which go tojm the real welfare of time wo CATHKDUAL DEDICAI On Thanksgiving day the new Cathedral of the Sner at Richmond will be con Attended by the most jj1 dignitaries and prelates church in America wit Falconio the apostolic JIolyknRlgoht di Bishop of Richmond will see ylaborof the most splendid house ship in the entire Southl11 consecration of one of cst Cathedrals In the Five years ago Bishop Y generosityMrs in a position to order tint of the Cathedral Today time ifl stone pile occupies a pictures well as a commanding locatirj bracing an entire block in t of the fashionable part of and facing upon Monroe P Its acres of grant anti trej HAD MUCH Branch 25 C K of A Ing Monday night after olutlons on tho death i transacted only Impor Owing to lack of time tween Messrs Joseph iiu gene McCarthy was postpon lieu of the debate the lat duced a sneezing and tautest that created unbound ment the prizes for w awarded to John Olges a Desso The debate will ta Monday evening Nove as it promises to bo qj all Catholic Knights 1 t Nruc Y H KICAN IENTUGKY IRISH flMERlGfW oted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers ISCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered t the Louisville PoitoHlee SecondCUss Hatter esiillConmaDlcalloDB to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weil Oren SI IblSVILUS KYto SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1907 DISASTROUS I I The election of last Tuesday suited disastrously for the Demotic party and now the Republicans ill control both the State and city 4 eminent Hut to few Is the outII fine of the campaign much of aI Irprisc For the past year the irty has been split Into factions andI I ich bent on personal revenge arlng nothing for Democratic prin I iple As Henry Watterson said Icdnesday morning the Oiricr 3urnal has been burning lacktt noke for the Democracy vhlch I any take to mean and say that at paper carried the pirate flag as i supported neither the State nor y ticket and all because tIle party ould not bow to him who since his tiremcnt from Congress has al ays deserted when a battle was to e fought And right here it might 3 well be sold that tIle Times was qually as bad Us praise bringing the Democrats only damnation The Democrats were basely be traycd by men who had lived off tIle party for years and these are one nnd nil marked These men are now eager to live off the Republicans find unless closely watched they will betray that party also For tIle straight Republican we have the utmost respect and hope that only Buch will reap the reward of their victoryIn campaign Messrs Tyler and Grlnstead conducted themselves ad mirably and it is gratifying to know that on all sides the election is con ceded to be the fairest ever held here Mayor Orinstcad can give us i good administration and in so do ng should be supported by the nasnes of tIle people IKACE AGAIN With John Dillon actively support g John Redmond and the Irish arty and William OBrlnn again eady to accept Redmonds leadership nd the party pledge provided same feg made more stringent or allowed 1 11tltude fOl Indlvldual poli- cIes peace has again dawned in the Natnloalist ranks Their return to the party will lend great help to In fluence the decisions during the next session of the House of Commons on tho questions of land purchase finance and unlvesrlty settlement The Archbishop of Cashel and the shop of Dromore have also written tters declaring their adhesion to idmond and tho party policy These o slgnlflcent signs of the collapse the attack made on the Irish party ice the defeat of the homo rule I PATEIlNAIiISM When we take tho position says 10 Milwaukee Citizen that a private oration must own and manage in public utilities because the or the State can not manageI i as well we are advocating a of paternalism for the people can not drive somebody must 5 for them they can not be ted to light the lamp somebody must light it for them Does theoiy harmonize with our ted omnipotence and indcpcnd teople Perhaps by similar it might be shown that the f policing the streets might sonducted by the Pinkerton id that the municipality better to abolish its fire and let the insurance jxnlze a private corpora r out fires Then we fc this progress back Jinally sublet the business 5 tIle laws to a company of tid the business of govern I ajselfperpetuatlng arlstoc Jg back to the pure I om which society J sttd said If cities aNII the function of running s and owning street rail i should need to have extrajj honest and intelligent I so that things will not be 1 I1 and a lot of ward vdcd on the public payI I ft t1t moro honest and in J neellmakeI 1 3 hold them to their j es even more honesty j I an would municipal The public and this IsII f all history can in tho J i for Itself better than therly private company t brings to our mind nmen nominated for ncil ye Demo I crats will give Louisville tile best government we ever had With the fearful reputation given Louisville through Its dally press the Commercial Club Board of TradeI other bodies and public spirited cit izens might Just as well cease their efforts to secure for this city the next Democratic national convention Lou isvilles papers have killed her chances In this direction and the further expenditure of money and la bor will prove fruitless All that any other city need do to pass us is to present tho articles published during the past few months besmirching both city and State Again has partisan rancor and hatred performed Its deadlyI work The best that can be done for some time to como Is to bring here some Wild West show or second rate circus Marshall Bullitts unmanly and inexcusable assault upon the memory of the late Mrs Mullnrlrey nnd her home has aroused the friends of the dead woman and her most worthy daughter and son to the highest pitch of indignation The people of tho West Knd will stnke Mrs Mullarkeys reputation nnd that of her daughter Htu against that tit any female member of the Bullitt family A more Christian or ex emplary home than that of Mrs Mullarked did not exist in Louisville and because Marxhall had some political differences with one of her sons regarding happenings after her death will not be accepted as justifi cation for Ills cowardly conduct There is great jubilation through out England over the rout of the Socialists in last weeks municipal elections While not successful the Socialists succeeded in changing tho whole complexion of the municipal bodies They split in half tho antiUnionist vote of tho country and the result was a great Unionist triumph although the successful Unionist candidates in most cases received considerably short of a majority of the votes cast and the emptiness of the Unionist success thus becomes apparent No British political situation ever possessed more worldwide interest than this and its development will command os much attention in other lands as there Tomorrow the Right Rev William George McCloskey the venerable Bishop of the Louisville diocese will celebrate tIle eightyfourth anni versary of his birth With his multitude of friends nnd well wishers the Kentucy Irish American joins in extending heartiest congratulations with the earnest hope that he will live to be a hundred The men who so basely betrayed many of their own class of people by opposing the local Democratic ticket last Tuesday should bear in mind that no faction or party ever has the slightest respect for a Judas or a Benedict Arnold and future events will prove that chickens always come home to roost Catholics throughout the world will rejoice to know that the rumored 111 health of Pope Plus X was abso lutely without foundation Ills Holi ness enjoys good health The Post and Herald made a great fight for the Republicans Now watch the scrap for the city printing FINEGANFISHER One of the most popular fall mol riages and one that is of interest to a great majority of our readers is that of Miss Birdie Finegan and Harry Fischer which will take place at high noon Wednesday October 20 The bridetobe is n daughter of Michael Finegan of 1139 Sixth street and a niece of Patrick Finegan who is now located in St Louis Miss Finegan has always been an active worker in the Dominican parish and her prominent connection with tIle choir and different church societies lias won her hosts of friends who have always loved her for her sweet and cheerful disposi tion Mr Fischer is connected with the Henry Vogt Machine Company as a draftsman and is a well known andI popular young man being formerly officer in the First Regiment Miss Annie Finegan a sister of theI bridetobe nnd John Bagley will act as bridesmaid and groomsman while Very ReT Father Logan will perform the ceremony The happy young couple wll leave that afternoon for a bridal tour through the East and on their return will Immediately begin housekeeping at Fiftn and A streets where they will bo at home to their friends HONOR THEIR BISHOP Tht Alumni of the Immaculate Academy at Newport have sent out Invitations in honor of Right Rev Blslion Mncs who has Just returned from Europe BETTER THAN GOLD Better than grandeur better than Igold Than rank nnd duties a thousand fold Is a healthy body and mind at case And simple pleasures that always plcanc A heart that can feel for anothcrs woe Wjjth sympathies large enough to enfold All men as brothers is better than gold Better than gold is a consclerrcc clear Though toiling for bread in an humble sphere Doubly blessed with content and health Untried by the lusts and cares of wealth Lowly living and lofty thought Adorn and ennoble a poor mans cot For mind nnd morals in natures plan Are the genuine tests of a gentleman Butter than gold Is weet repose Of the HOIU of toil when the labors close Better than gold is the poor mans deep And the balm that drops on his slum l herR deep Brings sleep draughts on the downy bed- Where luxury pillows its aching head The toller simple opiate deems A shorter route to the land of dreams Bettor than gold Is a thinking mind That In tilt roalm of hooks can find A tr HiRurc surpassing Australian ort And live with the great and good of yore The sages lore and the poets lay The glories of empires passed awry The worlds great dream will thus enfold And yield n pleasure better ttuin gold Better than gold Is a peaceful home Where all the fireside characters come The shrine of love the heaven of life Hallowed by mother or sister or wife- YJoweverhllmhll the home may be Or tried with sorrow by Heavens decree The blessings that never were bought or sold And center there are better than gold lather Ryan ITXCLEAX THKATEHS Right Rev MI J Hoban Bishop of Scranton has sounded the keynote of what he will endeavor to make a crusade against unclean shows in the local theaters Calling attention to Scrantons theaters and the large amount of advertising they are do ing the Bishop said it tended to show competition was very keen and that the Catholics of the city who in the Bishops opinion comprise onehalf the patrons of till theaters have it in their power to effectively influence the managers of the thea ters to give clean shows and dis courage the production of unclean shows There are clean actors and they should be supported said the Bishop There are clean shows and they should be encouraged There are plays that are as efficacious for good as a good sermon I honestly believe that many a man has been bettered for having seen a good moral show Immoral hows work an incalcuable evil If we want clean shows in this cltyi we can have them and the Catholic men and women of this city can eompel mana gers to give us only clean shows Patronize only the decent shows nnd the desired result iis obtained Let our Catholic societies talc it up Debate the matter in your meetings and instruct your Secretaries to reprobate tIle managers who pro duce indecent shows Regard it as a religious duty to discourage in every possible way shows that are im moral and even actors or actresses who are themselves iImmoralI or who portray characters that are immoral and you will accomplish a great good CATHOLIC DIOCESES It may not be generally known that the United States ranks second in the world in number of dioceses The number of Archbishops and Bishops in America is ninety in all Of tills number seventysix are dio ceses and fourteen archdioceses These do not include our five vicariatcsapostolic like Brownsville North Carolina and the Hawaiian Islands nor does it include our in IlhlUppineIslandsto tho United States comes France with seventeen archiepiscopal and slxt seven sees Then Spain with nine archbishoprics and fort seven bishoprics tIle Austrian Empire with nine Latin and Oriental archiepisco pal and twent five episcopal sees Ireland with four archbishoprics ami twentyfive bishoprics and Germany twentyI1toceseswith fortynine archbishoprics and 214 bishoprics I FIREMEN AT BANQUET SupremeTrusteeAmerica and well known to many members of the order in Louisville has been signally honored by the firemen of New York nnd Brooklyn Capt Quinn has been elected Presi dent of the Uniformed Otficers As sociation of the New York Fire Department and at the tenth annulI banquet presided as toastmaster The event brought together Deputy and Battalion Chiefs Captains and other officers to the number of 150 who are organized for the purpose of looking alter the interests of the members and promoting good fellow ship among them Under President Quinns administration the associa tion is meeting with remarkable ucecss CATHOLIC PREMIERS There are two Catholic Premier within tIle British dominions Sir Wilfred Lonrier Premier of Canada ind Sir Joseph Ward Premier of New Zealand yet n Catholic can not be Lord Lieutenant of Ireland where fourfifths of the people are of that faith I 11IJMissfrom a visit to friends and relatives at London I Bernard Mattingly and wife and i daughter have been visiting relatives at Lebanon Miss Nona Nevils will be hostesII to the Good Will Social Club next 1 Thursday night I Miss Molllo Maroncy of Bedford I has been spending the week visiting friends and relatives in Now Albany Miss Lizzie Mallon is expectedI home from Chicago tomorrow where I she went on a business and pleasure trip I The Good Will Social Club will en tertain with a nonsubscription dance next Wednesday evening at I Shreibers Hall c It is now Dennis J llines time to pet em up to his friends the ever busy stork having left a pretty baby oy at his residence last Saturday Dr C IK Melton the well known druggist is being Ikept busy relating to friends his experiences on his recent trip East and to the TanHsI town Exposition Mrs Frank Walter of Clay street entertained her club in nu exquisite manner yesterday afternoon tho af fall being the most enjoyable of the weeks social events Mrs John Hnycs and daughter Miss Angela left Saturday for New York to spend several days before nailing for Antwerp to visit Mrs William Walford formerly Miss Agnes Hayes Invitations have been received to the wedding of Miss Sadie Michel Apperlus of Montgomery Ala and John McKiernnn Monohan of this city Tho wedding will take place on November 20 Mrs Peter Jennings1 IIf Hill House Miss is hero on n visit to her family 3nd friends and will remain until after the marriage of her sister Miss Birdie Finegan to Harry Fischer on November 20 The marriage of Miss Effie Schafer to John J Fahey last Wednesday at St Louis Bertrands church came ns a surprise to their many friends ns preparations for the happy event find been quietly made by the con tracting parties James Landers and wife of Jill New Main street arrived home Mon day from Morgan where they spent two wells visiting friends and rela tin They also spent a week in Coviiipton as the guests of Mr and Mrs Tames Carlin We take pleasure in announcing to her many admirers that Miss Sallla Meelmn who has been seriously ill for the pat seven weeks suffering from an attack of nervous prostra tion is again up and again able to see her friends at her home 11C7 mast Broadway With many friends present to wit ness the ceremony Hugh J Houghton and Miss Mary Breetz well known and popular residents of New Albany were united In the holy bonds of wed lock on Thursday at St Marys church the Rev Father Borrles per forming the ceremony Miss Estelle Magdalene OConnor nnd Tames Oscar Burns Jr were quietly married Monday evening by the Rev Patrick Walsh Mr and Mrs Burns left immediately for a trip through the East and will be at home to their friends after Novem ber 20 nt 1623 Hazel street Miss Mario Cox Twentyseventh and Dank street will entertain the Young Ladles Euchre Club next Tuesday night Tills is one of the popular young peoples social organ I za Ions of the West End and with the proceeds of Its entertainments docs quite an extensive amount of charity work Trinity Councils novelty euchre and dance Thursday night was a de beingthrongedeighteen handsome prizes and sixty six novelty prizes and tho awarding of the latter was the cause for much merriment and laughter Two more dances will be given this month I One of the weddings of next week that will be of much interest in society circles will be that of Miss Louise Herbold and John A Hub buch which will be solemnized Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock at the Sacred Heart church tIle Rev Patrick Walsh performing the cere mon Both bride and groom have a wide circle of friends and though no invitations have been issued ilarge gathering will assemble to wit ness their marriage and extend con gratulations The marriage of Theodore Lentsch Jr and Miss KatherIne Grlssman was solemnized Wednesday evening at S oclock at the Sacred Heart church rectory the Rev Patrick Walsh per forming the ceremony Wishing to avoid any display the wedding was a very quiet one only the witnesses being present After the ceremony the newly wedded couple repaired to tho home of the groom on West Chestnut where a sumptuous supper j was served Both bride and groom ire widely known and the news of their union will bo a welcome sur prise in their social circle The bride j was for some years connected with the firm of Kaufman Straus and Is I a very attarctlve young woman Mr Lentsch holds a responsible position with Klauber the Fourth avenue art j dealer I j Fairies and goblins held high carnlIj yal and a most enjoyable I was spent by his little friends at the home of Master Thomas Henry Ryan 1013 West Broadway The house was illuminated with uniquely shaded Hhts and presented an ap t pea ranee in keeping with the occasion liter many games and a nice musical programme the little folks were i seated to a dainty repast charmingly I nrcsided over bv Mrs Ryan Those nresent were Misses Marie Dough erty Margaret Higgins Theresa Kahn Adele Schnclderhan Florence KatherIne Nilest Mary Helen Maxwell Venlta Masters Joe Ilagan Sweets Charles Kirn Jerome Larger George Burgy Joseph Caskcy Joe Keyer and William Shaughnessy Whallcn and Thomas Henry Ryan A wedding that will be of unusual interest will be that of Miss Genera Meehan one of Louisvilles prettiest and most popular girls and Walter L Gillette whose marriage will take place at the Sacred Heart church on thuIRev Patrick Walsh as the officiating clergyman Miss Mayme Klley will GeorgeHeltzewill be no invitations but there is no doubt but that a large number of admirers will be present to wit ness tIle ceremony Immediately after their union the happy couple will leave on an extended Eastern honeymoon trip and upon their return will be nt home to their friends at 45 St James Court The groom Iis Superintendent and one of the firm of the Gillette bent wood works at Fourteenth and Hill streets REMEMBERED BENEFACTOR On Christmas eve in 1898 John Me Xulty a man in moderate circum stances Hvinp in New York City while returning to his home aided a beggar who stopped him on the street and applied for alms TItIman insisted on getting hLs bene snyingthatable to show his appreciation Me Nulty thought no more of the matter until last Friday night when upon returning from his work he opened n letter which had come for him and found enclosed a 1000 bill and a brief letter which read Dear Sir Enclosed you will find 1000 in payment for your kindness and merry Christinas given to me nine years ago when T was broke nnd wanted a meal I have traveled considerably in many places since that night hut I have always remem bered your kindness Take this and use it Believe me yours 11 F McXulty 1ms no idea of the identity of the grateful man The letter was mailed from the financial district of that city MEMORIAL SERVICES The Knights of Columbus memorial services which took place Suiulav evening at Connersville Ind wun1 attended by between 250 nnd 3 persons The programme was carried out exactly as planned nnd ivus flI y Paltlclllal1Walsh the Louisville attorney His subject wns the True Priest of God nnd in it he paid many beauti ful tributes to the late Father Rudolf whose quarter of a century of service in Connersville has chal lenged the respect of nil those who knew him Pnssing from this the application the individual duties of common men Inspiringthrollghout MACKIXS PUBLIC LECTURE On the evening1 of Thursday No vember 21 Mackln Council will have nn Interesting and instructive lecture nt tIle club house to which the gen Uponthatvrho has made a study of the subject will have for his subject tuberculosis preentionTames sentative in the local AntiTubercu losis Association will preside and introduce Dr Ernstbcrger who is nn entertnining speaker The officers of Mackin would be pleased to have a good representation present from the other councils In the Falls Cities CONSISTORY Rome telegrams are to the effect IloIleIsmonth in order to legalize cccle slastienlly the nominations of Dish ops made since last January among MgrOConnellArchdiocese by virtue of his appoint ment of coadjutor with right of suc cession When the consistory is held which will probably be in December the Pope will tell the Cardinals the names of the new Bishops in charge of dioceses appointed since the last consistory He also will submit to their approval the names of the new Cardinals he intends to make ALUMNAE BANQUET Last week the aulmnao of La Sal ette Academy at Covlngton celebrated the first anniversary with a banquet Bishop Maes was tho guest of honor and gave an address in regard to his late sojourn in Europe The Presi dent Mrs Peter Hart gave the ad dress of welcome The colors se lected for decorations in the banquet ing hall were the Papal colors yel low and white Miss Mary Dwyer was toastmistress and the following toasts were offered Our Bishop I La Sallette Hearts The Alum nal Bride The young women who responded were Misses Jennie Kelly Bessie Mahon Julia OBrien and Edith Flannagan ADVISORY BOARD JIEETNIGS The Advisory Board of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America met Georgesbranehgratifying There was a large at tendance and an interesting discus J sion relating to the coming enter tainment the date and programme for which will be announced at the next meeting of the board to be held with St Pauls branch on Tues day November 10 when all delegates I are urged to attend Since the formation of the Advisory Board a I great deal of work has been done J for the Knights and Ladles and additions are being made in all the branches MASS FOR DEAD The annual mass of requiem for the deceased members of Mackin Council will bo solemnized tomorrow morning at St Cecilias church This 1isImportant and praiseworthy evena of the year by the members of thU bplendld organization and tho ofi cers look for all to be present i1 DONT FORGET THOSE AWAY FROM HOME SEND THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN To those friends and relatives away from Louis ville with all the news of the people they know and more than you can write in a letter Can be sent to anywhere in the United States or Canada FOR 1OO PER YEAR FOREIGN COUNTRIES 150 PER YEAR tCJtVLEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday even Ings and Wednesday matinee The OINQERBRbAD MAN n HOPKINSLOUISVILLES POPULAR VAUDEVILEE THEATER WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1O Anita Bartllng Stinson Merton Oar idle Bros International Comques lagl Marabaina and many other noted acts ALL SEATS RESERVED Matinee 10 15 25c Night 1010 30c KNIGHTS 01 UOLOMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where There will be u council orpani d at loin KniiH within a few weeks Topelca Council will exemplify the three degrees on Sunday November 10 to a large class Dnminii Council Kansas City Kas holds an open Koclal meeting on the third Thursday of each mouth Right Ilov Edward ODea Bishop of Ncsqually was tho guest of honor and delivered the principal address nt the banquet that followed the or ganization of tho now council at Seattle The Knights are making fine pro gress in Nevada Just now Judge Maginnls is organizing a council at Ely which he hopes to bo soon able to institute with a charter class of at least forty members Having since the first of the year increased from a membership of 261 to over 500 the council at Auburn N Y is forced to remodel Us present property Contracts have been let and the new club house will be ready for use for tho next year Knights to the number of several hundred assembled last week at Au burn to witness the exemplification of tho first and second degrees on n large class Tho third was conferred on nearly 100 candidates by District Deputy Griffin and the ramous Brook lyn degree team Six hundred members were present when the Knights of Seattle insti tuted their second council the latter part of last month Tho now council will bo known as Prefontalno Coun cil In honor of the Very Rev P X Prefontalne the pioneer priest of Seattle Father Prefontalno has seen the church in Seattle grow from a handful of the faithful until now when it boasts thirteen strong par ishes The venerable priest is a charter member THEATRICAL The Mary Anderson continues in favor with the theatergoing public and for next week promises a bill of more merit than any yet seen here Next week the new manager will be in control which means additional prestige for this popular play house A merry melange of mirth and melody sparkling dialogue bright repartee n host of pretty girls and a big cast arc in store for theater goers who visit Ifacauleys Theater next Monday Tuesday and Wednes day matinee and night where the musical fantasy The Gingerbread Man will be presented The Dig Stick a musical comedy of the novelty variety is announced for next week at the Masonic Thea ter The piece was written especially for the Four Mortons who will take the featured roles In addition to the four principals there are a num ber of comedians and comediennes who will lend spice to the production and a chorus of thirty girls who will be seen in colorful ensembles A bill right up to the high standard set by the Hopkins is promised the patrons of that popular playhouse next week Anita Bartllng a European juggling star Stinson and Merton comedy sketch Gartelfl Brothers rollerskating comedians Jimmy Wall formerly with Fleldn minstrels and many other well known acts are booked The kino drome will furnish a star feature in a reproduction of the recent Me Kinlcy memorial services at Canton GENERAL JIEETING Tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock at St Anthonys Hospital o general meeting of all the ladles interested in the oldfashioned fair to be given in January for the benefit of that most worthy institution will held in the hospital parlors It is earnestly hoped the ladles will remember this and that this meeting will be as large and enthusiastic astt the one held a month ago t 4o FOR Furniture I Of all kinds t at the lowest prices Qo 10II WM F MAYER i c 419 W MARKET STREET t M v Cntnb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICf CRfAM co MANOFACTURHRS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST +I OFFICE HOURS 8 TO 6 SUNDAYS TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work don lor 1the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as advertise All work guaranteed DR I H J COUCHMANrr- S Dentistt weIOFFICK 542 Til All the new Fall Styles and shapes can ho found hero at reasonable prices CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones IOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Office 9t04 Hoori 4336 9 6127 1 J m mu DENTIST 739 FOURTH VENUE HENRY flUNOLDDE- ALHR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Pfanne Home Pbone 540 WI WALNUT Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty wm H f LOUIS WABHITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET I J NTU OSCX XI1U5H AMEHIOAN ARaiIA1 i BE SURE TO CALL FOR 1 McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I SVVVVVNAAAWVJ MJ BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRING ft B BANNOH Pros ti Mgr Vlct Prtt Secretary Treasurer Bannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and oiler The Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Erick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBP1IONBS73 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and lothT- BLBP110HB 2833 rwsuaaoe at e rua s tran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 +++++++++++++4+ + ++ ++ 4 + 4M+4MM ++++++ M + + + + + + D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT 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 tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street 21IIiiHI I II a J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS IICarriaKu Punished Notice on 1531 W MARKET STREET J111I 31IflI 111111 1 III IIII THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE MiD EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of of Jeffersonville ospitaifort epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very real enable For further particulars apply o MOTHfcR MARY REQINrtfl- ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks AnISe Jettereonvllle lad Qlrc your boys a edacitlea that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Lodbyltle Ky Conducted by the Xmwtan Brother CUwkal Scientific and ButineM coerces Prepar tonr D- epartseotItt SwteuBJ pGl ell flqulpv- edCymaadrricaa Moderate Bee Jataae Mr u 0- a PETER M ANDRmI X SONS I AGOIN MAN fACIURfR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NQHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO B VENT Proprietor Old sad Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRA8S EXCHANGEI LOUIS WA8NITZ COQ Preprlltlrs 1339 FIFTH STREET G a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolti the Past WeekGeneral- Newa Notes JohNIn the near future The t nexWednesdayIr who can should attend Sixty ladies compose the charter membership of an auxiliary just in Ktituted at Forestvillc Conn Texas Hibernians have been elect ing delegates to their State conven tion which will be held at Waco Division 1 of Hartford Conn hall the Auditorium and gave entertain ments Wednesday and Thursday night Division 15 of Illtllbllr had an immense gathering nt the dedicatio- of its new hall and club rooms Ins t SundayThe officers of Division 1 hope fo a big attendance at the meeting nextt Friday night We look to see fjuiti a jollification Tln Hibernians of St John are making preparations for the rOn cial convention which will be heldI in that city in 1008 At a meeting of the New Hamp shire State Hoard reports showed nn Increase of 521 new members andI the addition of two divisions National President Cummings wasI in Lowell aRsthls week and onI Thursday night addressed a monster union meeting of the order there Thursday night at the meeting o Division 3 the Indianapolis trip will be discussed and plans submitted1 that are calculated to mike the tript a popular one Kcporls submitted lust Sunday when the County Hoard met show the Syracuse divisions making steady gains All have Increased their mem bership this year The five divisions and the nux iliaries of Lowell Mass held a grand reunion Thursday night com memorating the establishment of the order there forty years ago Each of the four divisions of Man chester N Jf have appointed ten members to form u general commit tee to act upon matters pertaining to the order and local conditions counposedlargelyance of President Punch and his able officers will surcl jiinkc one of the best reports ever rendered by a first year division at the end of the termA proposal of great importance to the order is under consideration by the provincial President of the Dominion of Canada It Is the organization of the five provinces Ontario Quebec Xew Brunswick Nova Scotia and Prince Kdward Is land under ono board with a Cana dian charter By this means It is hoped to enlarge the membership increase the amount of insurance policies that may be issued and in general place the order on a stronger footing thereby enabling it to compete with other great fraternal or ganizations in that country RECENT DKATIIS The funeral of Miss Gertrude Sherman the beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Sherman took place Sunday afternoon from St Frances of Homo church Rev Father White conducting the solemn sere ices Miss Sherman was one of the most exemplary and popular young girls in Clifton and a wide circle of friends and admirers feel that that section hay suffered a distinct loss The funeral obsequies of Mrs Catherine Moellman beloved wife of August Moellman Hancock and Madison street held Thursday morning at St Boniface church were of the most solemn and Impressive char acter A congregation that almost filled the church was present to show their love and esteem for the deccastvl who was one of the best known women in the parish For the bereaved husband and relatives there is the most profound sympathy William P Sheridan for years ten gaged In the wall paper business on West Market street died on Friday of pneumonia at the home of his mother Mrs Mary Sheridan 2421 West Madison street Though ill for some time it was not until just be I fore the end that fear was entertained for his recovery Of a quiet and unassuming nature he had a wide circle of friends who were deeply grieved by his death The funeral took place from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo conduct ing the solemn services- TOMORROWS COLLECTION Tomorrow in all the Catholic churches throughout this diocese collections will be taken up in be half 6t Infirm priests and doubtless there will be a generous response to the appeal made for them by Bishop McCloskey These good priests who were fever ready when called upon to relieve sickness and distress have sacrificed their lives and the little means they bad for humanity without ever giving thought to their old age or day of need and therefore Cathollesshould feel called upon to be as liberal as possible TOOK TEN DAYS Patrolmen Frank Camfield Ed ward Pulford J J Finnegan John Sago and Jerry OConnell have been enjoying their annual vacation of ten days and will report for duty Monday BACK ON DUTY Capt Mike Cassin and Tim Brown who sustained painful burns while rescuing the Wiseman family from the fire that damaged their home on Preston street last meek are again on dutw When the firemen entered explodedandl They rushed into the yard arid by rolling over and over in the tall r SOCIETY DIRECTORY gA O XX DIVISION 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth FrI day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly ThomasaKeenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse TreasurerCharles J Finegan Scrgeantatanns James Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kean ey IDIVISONMeets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings ol Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and- r MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary Jolm Hcsslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Serge ntatam1sThomas Noon DIVISION 4 01lt1n3SIOdd President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl lion Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Confnellv 1700 Seventh street Treasurer Joseph L Lenihan Sergeant at Arms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresidentJebn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary J E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday ETenigs at Club House 530 Twenty ixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording SecretaryBen Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside SentinelAdolphub Andriot Outside SentlnelGorge Bartsch + + + + + + + + 4 + + Curnb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We bave 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 ST + u HENRY MOLDDEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty nome PhnuC 4330 540 Wr WALNUT HENRY A JJ1 PULS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 7433 528 Fifth Street grass extinguished the flames that threatened their lives FOULLY MURDERED Wednesday morning tin sad Intelligence reached Louisville from Knox vine of the foul murder of Carl II Bundschti a former well known and respected resident of this city who left here while a young man and has since been prominent in Knox ville Tenn Bundschu was manager of the Elks Club and a negro porter Is suspected of the dastardly crime The tragedy was discovered by o brother of the murdered man Find ing the Elks Club closed hoa started in search of his brother and not find ing him on the outside he entered the building by a rear door and after a search of an hour he found tho body covered with blood and doubled up in a closet Life had been extinct for several hours for the bodywas already cold Besides his parents Mr tend Mrs Frank Bundschu of Knoxville the dead man is survived by the following brothers and sisters Frank and Harry Bundschu members of the Louisville Fire Department Chris ChattanoogaTenn ville Tenn Philip Bundschu and Mrs D B QarVey of Louisville and KAddleThe Louisville relatives all left Wednesday to attend the funeral whloh took pteote in Knoxville KNIGBTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Councilri11Lawrenceburg Ind The council at Canton Ohio has arranged a social programme of nineteen events for the winter season The tier Father McGlvney of Middletown Conn a founder of the order has been reelected National ChaplainBaton Itouge Council willROon erect tv building that will give its members all the benefits of a mod ern club house The council at Auburn X Y haj arranged for a sacred concert Last week the first degree was conferred upon a class of ten The next interstate tour planned for the Knights of the United States will be n visit to that most interest ing country that lies close to our pfMexicoMexicoThe first meeting of the new hoardof National Directors was held recently when reports showed that the order has a surplus of 2500000 of which all but 100000 is invested WnshlngtuuilnHa Catholic lecture bureau Kieh cruneil lu the State will Bare one lecture by some distinguished Catholic The District Deputy of Colorado Springs conferred the third degree for Denver Council last Friday night Ways and means are being devised for the establishment of a council at Salldn Col arrangedfmthe plan two lectures will be given under the auspices of each council in the State of which there are twentyeight The eolor guard fourth degree acted as an escort to the clergy at the solemn vesper services held un der the auspices of New York Knights at the Church of St Francis Xavier Rev Thomas P Phelan State Chaplain preached time sermon Des Moines Knights presented the Very liev M1 Flavin with a purse of 20 in gold as a taken of their es teens and pleasure at his promotion to right reverend monsignor The council took a leading part in the ceremonies of the investiture the fourth degree members garbed in full regalia of their rank acting aa nn escort of honor to Father Flnvln THKATHICAIj The coming of Wilton Lackaye tto Macau keys for the last half of next week will be one of the dramatic treats of the season He will appear here in The Bondsman the greatest success of recent years The Mary Anderson high class vaudeville continues to grow in popular favor Next weeks bill In cludes some of the latest Klaw ami Erlangcr triumphs and promises to be the best thus far presented The Hopkins Theater limas emit out the continuous and will give a better vaudeville show than ever For next weeks bill there will be eleven high grade turns bystars of the stage Tuesday night election returns will be rend front the stage Buster Brown time musical com edy which holds the high water mark at the Masonic Theater in scheduled for next week at this playhouse Under new management the show has been given an almost entirely new scenic investiture anti will be new in many other respects Ethel Barrymore unquestionably one of the most attractive actresses on the American stage is announced as the star at Macauleys Theater for the three nights beginning next Monday evening She will appear in a new play called Her Sister expressly collaborated for her by Clyde Fitch and Cosmo Gordon Lennox COMES FOR BRIDrJ Dan Olive Patton formerly of this city but now a resident of Globe Ariz where he is Secretary of time Arizona Copper Smelting Company will arrive home on November 17 and on Thanksgiving morning will lead to time altar at St Cecilias church Miss Sallle Early Before leaving Louisville Mr Patton was a leader in Mackin Council where a warm welcome awaits him upon his return Miss Early is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs William Early 2323 Griffiths avenue and a popular girl of the West End The marriage will be solemnized with a nuptial mass Miss Pearl Will acting as brides maid and Frank Deuser as best man KNICfHTS AND LADIES Supreme President D E Kelley of Memphis spent last week in St Louis attending a number of joint meetings of branches of tho order similar to that held In this city some time ago The Catholic Knights and Ladies arc flourishing in Missouri and that State may soon lead in membership Every night during Ills stay President Kelley was greeted by large audiences the Mound City peo ple being elated over the results as the membership was greatly in creased some branches making big gains COUNCIL DEPUTIES Grand President Clements of the Young Mens Institute has appointed the following Council Deputies for the Kentucky jurisdiction W II Olbermdn Lambert Young C S Hill DeFraine John F Nunan Major W S Lawo Chickasaw C F Melsen St George August Graf Sarto Albert Rogge Lafayette Edwin Hr Trlmber Phil Sheridan Frank P KeifferMacldnMontgomeryFrank j FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and BottlersnLOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 Z F- IICWIEDEMANN BREWING 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 f7 DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 OUISVILLE KY Telephone PABST BEER j ALWAYS PUREbBrewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave brewery until properly aged 1LouisvilleASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE NOME PHONE 7668 6UMB PRONE 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET 4 209 the WEST ASIZ FOR LOUISVILLE DIERSENSLINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MA- DEJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATBDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER to Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KY ORDER YO- URCOAL FRO- MDouherty W Lannins Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This is tho time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783I- MPORTERS HERRMANN BROS FINE AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF 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superiority of the Farrand Cecilian No other instrument has ever been subjected to such a test This great performance of the FarrandCedlian proves conclusively that this instrument does perform and has the mechanism tone aud all qualities claimed for it c MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated43z3O30 43z3O30Whether Its Hot Youll find Mulloys Teas aud Coffees De liclonsly fresh pure and health producing Special grade at 3 LBS FOR SOC is one of his best sellers Phone a trial order 5Cexcellent JVIULLOy COFFER ROASTER IHomePhonijjj eiSt W IVI VKJCICr fSTreBET HX0BSB FREE FREE FREE BEGINNING SEPT 2 A EurekaFlyer in each sack of EDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR Non Better Made Except 10cent 15 cent and G lb sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the children 44t- i SSSts + S8 ti me Ghas fVRooers BOOK corii PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESs TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the 2K finest of their kind in the city HS t BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I4 OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 VST Jefferson StreetJ A SPECIALTY I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal hes been acknowledged as the best gas rrug in the market They cook quickly b ke and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily ceaned and are made to last The new Improvements this year will keep it in the front rank lIning made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STRICT NEAR SECOND LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK univrmlly excellently GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD Pruldnl MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN w Ibert T Schranz Co lL REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES i 1tIONEY TO LOANPHONE MAIN 27yRIOIIt I Law BWe Center aM Grim u IOO 322 too 328West WestMarket Street I MARKET STREET INCOHPOUATRD THIRD I 0 iSpecial Purchase and of 500 Pairs I EXTRA SIZE Cotton Blankets I 18 These Blankets are fresh clean and heavy Every pair is a positive bargain Sale com mences this week Be prompt otherwise the particular kind desired be sold out3 Q i 79c gA PAIR iiFor 104 blue Blankets Fancy gray These blan are worth ful o ly 100 a pair o BET AND fOUIUHI may 139A For 124 Plain White Blankets with pink and blue borders worth fully 150 a pair 00000 HURTS PROVE FATAL Felix Mallon Run Over By Interurban Car Sat urday Felix Mallon an aged and much rev spected resident of the eastern part of tho city was run over Saturday by an interurban car at Cloy and Green streets within half a block of his home and sustained injuries from which he died Sunday after noon at St Anthonys Hospital Tin unfortunate man was a retired traveling salesman and a brotherinlaw of Mrs John J Barrett 838 East Main street from whose residence the funeral was held Tuesday morning Mr Mallon It appears was crosing the street and did not no tice the rapidjy approaching car un til it was too late to jump from the track He was hit with such force that he was hurled onto the sidewalk almost upsetting a woman whom lie struck Deceased had a wide circle of friends and acquaint ances who were painfully shocked by the news of ills death The funeral services were held at the Churchof the Blessed Sacrament of which deceased had been for many years a faithful member NKV ALBANY The Young Ladies Sodality of Holy Trinity church New Albany preparationforthey will give at Trinity Hall on Market street near Seventh Tlu comedydrama vention and the following young people will have part in the east MaymoRussell EmilyLyonsGenevieve ODonnoll Mabel Ters tegge Edith Terstegge Katherine Normally Margaret James Lorena Leo anti Katherine Smith Messrs Edward TIghe Louis Russell and Herman Vernlu Masters John Me Ilarron and Thomas Walsh LEAVES POLITICS 1IKIIINI Sir Antony MncDonnell Under See rotary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland who rose from the ranks of East Indian Civil Service to the highest stations within its gift in India was a passenger on the Baltic arriving at New York Saturday morning It Is Sir Antonys first visit to America I have come here for rest and recreation said Sir Antony I have left politics behind I dont intend to discuss them with reporters and I did not come lIeN to talk over political plans with anybody FATHER JHESTHfi CALLED I A pall of gloom was thrown over Evansvllle last Sunday night when tho sad intelligence flashed over the city that the Rev Father If John DIestel had dropped dead the result of a stroke of heart disease Father Dicstcl vas sixtyeight years old and for over half a century had been the beloved pastor of Holy Trinity church From all parts of the dio cese the clergy came to the funeral which was perhaps the largest and most Imposing ever witnessed in Fvnnsvlllc HIS FIRST RUN Albert T Schran candidate for Councilman from the Sixth ward whose card appears elsewhere Js making his first political race a lively one Born and reared in the West End he has a large personal following and has reason to expect a splendid vote He has been success ful in the real estate business and is well qualified for Councllmonlc honors ROSARY IN IRISH During the month of October tha Rosary was recited in the Irish lan guage at the Church of St Vinvent Ferrer in New York This church is in charge of tIle Dominican fathers tho beloved priests of the Irish people LEASES IRISH CASTLE Peter Fenelon Collier publisher of Colliers Weekly New York has leased for the hunting season and l1a8 already taken possession of KIlleen Castle the Earl ofFlngallsI seat in Dnnsany County Meatl1 n 150 A PAIR For 124 Blan kets in plain white and gray with fan cy borders 175 valueBest I i Union= made ShirtsTies Collars SuspendersAlways AlwaysOn Hand At LEVYSThird MarketII REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM H COX of MaysTille For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Ilopkinsvlllc For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Ilarrodsburg1 For Treasurer CAPTAIN EDWARD PARLEY at Paducah For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNER of Munfordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruction PROF J G CRABIJE of Ashland For Clerk of the Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Somerset For Commissioner of Agriculture- M C JIANKIN of Bethlehem Henry county For R R Commissioner Third Dist A T SILER of It1eyeounl Ireland Mr Collier pays as rent for the winter with servants plate carriages and horses 20000 COMING EVENTS Trinity Council euchre nnd dance Thursday evening November 7 at their hall 718 East Gray street Euchre and coffe social at St Michaels school hall afternoon and evening Monday November 18 St Columbas church building fund euchre November 19 and 20 at Phisters Hall- Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary euchre November 20 at Robinsons Hall Dramatic entertainment St Leos school hall Highland Park Novem ber 21 and 22 St Pauls school bazaar November 26 27 and 28 at the school ball 182G Jackson street- MONUMENT TO CARDINAL working men promise to contribute liberally toward the erec tion of a monum ent to Cardinal Manning at Westminster Cathedral The fact shows that ida work for those wino toll is not forgotten 1 1- r 0000000 322 to i328West WestMarket t0MarketStreet 0o Sale About WITHOUT WARNING Coughing Causes Hemorrhage and Death of John Caveney Sudden and unexpected death came to John Caveney formerly a well known section foreman in the em ploy of the Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern railroad shortly be fore 3 oclock Tuesday morning at his home at 1019 West Broadway After investigation Coroner Duncan decided that death was duo to a pulmonary hemorrhage the rupture of a blood vessel caused by coughing Until Monday night Caveney seemed to be in lima usual health and in the best of spirits About 230 oclock his roommate William Curloy was awakened by his groaning and going to his bedside found that he was un conscious and bleeding from his mouth and nose He died before a doctor could be summoned lie was fortyfive years old and is survived by his mother Mrs Ellen Caveney The funeral was held Thursday morning from the Sacred Heart church of which the deceased had for years been a faithful member Rev Patrick Walsh was the cele brant of the solemn mass of requiem and in his sermon over the remains paid a feeling tribute to the lead whose sudden summons to eternity should prove a warning to tho living PllETTY 1IOMK AVEDDING A pretty homo wedding in Tcffer sonville Tuesday night was that of Miss May 1C Coleraine a pretty young woman of that city and John W Zimmerman of Louisville The nuptials were celebrated at the res idence of Mrs John Biedenbacli grandmother of the bride and the attendants were William McDonnell of Louisville and Mss Amy Cole of Jeffcrsonvllle The Rev John OCon nell of St Augustines church of ficiated and performed the ceremony After a reception had been tendered Mr and Mrs Zimmerman they left for St Louis on a bridal trip Upon their return they will make their home in this city on Baxter avenue WAS DAXflKItOUSrA ILL The many friends of Joseph IV mil formerly of this city but now residing in Braddock ta will be glad to learn that he is now con valescing Mr Hill was stricken with typhoid fever and for four weeks was dangerously ill in the Braddock Hospital Ills wife who is the daughter of iron Jacob Hoertz the well known contractor nnd little daughter lire with him in Braddock WOHTIIY CAUSE Tie Surprise Euchre Club a popu lar West End social organization will be entertained next Tuesday afternoon and evening at tJio res- ilIence of Mrs A C Klein 410 Twen tysixth street when many excellent prizes will bo awarded As tlC pro ceeds of this affair will be devote1 to a worthy cause the members invite all their friends to meet with them and have a jolly time i HANOI OLD STYLE St Catherines Council Y M I is providing t1ollghUulIwmlmonthl entertainments for members and their friends The season opened with a euchre then an oyster supper and last week an oldfashioned dance These affairs are directed by the Harrys Dawsons Rapiers aryl Bowlings and those that will follow promise stilt greater enjoyment for the people of New Haven VISITING EASTERN FUIENJ S Martin Joyce of West Main street left last Saturday for the Jamestown Exposition and from there went to New York City to spend a vfoolc visit lag his numerous Irish friends there This Is n short trip for Martin who generally crosses the ocean and spends a month In Ireland when he leaves Louisville FATHER BURNS HEALTH Many Louisville people who re member Her John T Burns in his boyhood days here will bo rejoiced to know that he is recuperating his health at Tombstone Ariz For a number of years Father Burns was stationed in San Francisco OOOON OOOOOOONOONNOONONO- NI i I I JAMES GREENE 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I jj i FurnitureCarpets RugsJii i IStoves Ranges I LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS Iss i Homes Furnished Complete II- Now JetIIIs the tune to take up the house furnishing question Come in and T us the many features of our immense assortment We thinkconvincecan you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We qualityfrom J J alwaysbe4 marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless the customer Is absolutely satisfied 3 Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger finer or 4 more varied stock can not be found from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfe- ctNNOONOONNNNNONNOONNONOOONONOONNNNI 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 III 530 West flarket Street II A6 Per 100 BushelsWe have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the bes teams the best drivers and can guarantee 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