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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ttH KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IVOLUME XIXNO ZO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 W7 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 FORTYSEVEN Most ROT William H OConncl Youngest Archbishop In America Twelve Years Ago Labored In Boston as an Assistant Priest Has Received Many Honors and Filled Important Positions ABLE ORATOR STRONG EXECOTITE With the death of the venerable Archbishop John Joseph Williams the pallium of the Archbishopric of Boston second only in Importance to that of New York passed to the Most Rev William tff OConnell who at fortyseven years of age finds himself the youngest Archbishop in America and heed of the archdiocese in which twelve years ago he labored as an assistant priest in a slum parish with little prospect of imme diate advancement to anything greater than the rectorship of u small parish In the twelve years that have passed he has received many honors and titles from the church and filled many positions of grave importance but the one which at the time he was called to Rome was the scone of his ambitions has never been his Alone of all the Archbishops in America lie has never been a parish priest becoming instead head of an archdiocese where few younger than he have been honored with important parochial chargesCardinal Gibbons will bestow the pallium on its arrival from Rome and it is interesting to note that it was the Cardinal to whom his appeal for advancement twelve years ago started the remarkable career he has since had Tho appeal was made for consideration as a possible rector of the American College Dr OCon nell was an alumnus of the college the rectorship of which was then vacant by the promotion of Dr Thomas 0 Conaty to be Bishop of Los Angeles As Dr Conaty had come from the Boston archdiocese all things being equal his successor would naturally come from some other But Cardinal Gibbons and Archbishops Williams and Ryan after several conferences found themselves unable to decide upon any one for the place Under these conditions Father OConncll obtained leave of absence from his duties at St Josephs and going to Baltimore asked the Cardinal that he be con sidered for the place It may have been the assurance of the young man that led the Cardinal to seri ously consider his request but after a long examination the young curate convinced him of his fitness At the next meeting of the Archbishops tho Cardinal suggested to Archbishop Williams that Boston hud a young priest well qualified for the place Archbishop Williams know the young priest well for it was through his aid on his graduation from Boston College with honors in 1881 fourteen years before he hud been sent to Rome to finish his education lie was also familiar with tho fact that in Koine the young man had made M grand record for scholarship and piety and on his acquiescence the place to the great surprise of the many was tendered the young curate r newrhis graduation from the institution Mgr OConnell remained at the head t of the American College for four years During that time lie made many changes tad improvements and became a prominent factor in the lif i of Rome This work brought him into close touch with the Vatican and when in 1901 the See of Port land became vacant through tho death of the aged Bishop James A Hoaley he received the appointment The appointment came as a thorough surprise for he had not been men tioned for the place nor considered in the lists of names sent to nome by the clergy of the diocese Under the new Bishop the affairs of the churl in Maine took a more active lifer In a short time lie had accom pushed the immense task of visiting every parish in the State had met every one of his clergy in their homes and soon what the needs of his people were with his own eyes He was also in touch with public af fairs and had made himself a factor to be considered in every movement for public good Meanwhile he made several visits to Rome In connection with the affairs of the diocese During one of these visits three years ago the late Archbishop find ing his health would not allow hit attending to all the duties of his office and knowing his end could not be many years off asked that a Coadjutor Archbishop with the rightt of succession be appointed On the decision to grant this request several names wero anent to Home by tht clergy and hierarchy fpr consldertt tion but that of the Bishop of Port land did not appear on any of them Soon after he went to Homo again and for over two years the appoint meat lay over In the meantime however new honors came to him In nome he learned of the intcntloi of the Vatican to send an envoy to Japan at the end of the war and foreseeing the possibility that Amcr lea would end the war and an Amer Ican be chosen for the position Iiplannedshould it be tendered him To thl end he quietly took up the study o the Japanese language as well as o the customs and Dilatory of the cum o try and when peace was iecUre1 and Pope Plus X set out to sole t a delegate the name of the Bishop of I Portland was presented to him as that of the one American of high rank best fitted for the portfolio the one prelate of high rank in the church who spoke Japanese flueny On him the honor was bestowed and he not only obtained everything the Pope wished but more besides while the authorities showered lion ors upon him and his small suite Tokio appreciated very much the delicate compliment of Ills Holiness of sending to the Mikado an envoy who could speak the language of the country It was the first time any power temporal or spiritual had sent one with whom the Mikado could converse without the interposi tion of an interpreter January 20 a year ago the bull making him titular Archbishop of Constanco and Coadjutor of Boston With the right of succession was signed Soon after he took up his duties in Boston making his home not far from the Cathedral In ap pearance he Is the direct antithesis of his predecessor Archbishop Will lams was very tall and his height gave him an appearance of sllmncsa that was only dissipated by his broad shoulders Archbishop OCon nell on the other hand is short and heavily built his broad shoulders of which any athlete might well be proud fending to make him appear shorter than he really is Like his predecessor he is very quiet tin able orator and a strong executive Unlike Archbishop Williams he takes a lively interest in all public affairs and is fond of mixing with the throng and seeing what is going on Thus while Bishop of Portland heimade his summer home at Old Orchard where visitors who did not know him were shown a very quietly clad priest sauntering along the beach or boardwalk unattended and wearing no evidence of his rank but the purple neckclothy BISHOP LUDDEN Disfranchise the Vote Seller and Expatriate Vote Buyer Bishop Ludden spanking upon ideal civic life vigorously condemns those icsponsible for corrupt election practices and said All kinds of decent people are dis gusted with this electioneering per formance I pray that the time may come when we may do away with the abuses mud slinging and muck raking in politics I read a few days ago an article by some philosopher who declared that plenty of playgrounds for the boys of the rising generation would entirely eradicate the evil ofvotoscllingImightast 1 Well sa parks boulevards and golf links for I the better class of society it will do away with the buyingof votes I am j willing to concede that any place provided for the amusement of boys Is better than thin street curb and the gallery of vaudeville houses But my good people neither playgrounds for boys nor golf links for the rich are n substitute for the Ten CommandmkaitH of conscientious training for honesty in civic life Ji We are very apt to simply condemn 1 the nerson who sells his vote This condition exists among the poorer class in society the idle class and the men hanging around street corners and saloons They nre will ing when tempted to sell their vote Another class is the poor foreigners They come from a country of op pression where they have had neither freedom of citizenship nor a vote They do not know our cus toms laws or language To these people the temptation of Helling their vote Is very great Our criticism should be reserved for the better class who do the buying They are the tempters and the catalincs of the republic and society They are like tno people Cicero declared against in prophesying the fall of tome I would like to see a law enacted depriving every man who sells his vote of the right of franchise forever and then place the real cor ruptor in a penal colony for life The purchasing of votes poisons the wells of the land Our republic Is young amt vigorous the bounties of nature are great and I admit that it is a land of milk and honey but just as certain as this poison is allowed to spread the time will come when the entire country will yield to theft graft and plunder in the life of civic corporations HONOR FOR DEHLER Elected President of Ken tuckyBrewers Col Charles P Dehlor Who was elected President of the Kentucky Brewers Association at their meet Ing here this week is a fine business man ns needs must be a man at the head of an association representing over 10000000 capital Col Dehler has shown his ability as an officer of the Central Consumers Company and before going into the brewery business he held a responsible posI- tion In the German Security Bank He is one of the busiest men in Ken tucky but never too busy to take time to do a favor for a friend He is charitable to the poor and con sidterato with his subordinates nnrll has many warm friends all over theI State The brewers are fortunatl- ie I securing a man like Col Dehler to manage their affairs during thfc next year WILT EASE GUMS When baby Is teething and the s gums are hot and feverish wet a lin en rag in cold water and let him Suck f it and you will find Iit will ease the little gums n VERY BUSY Was tho Central Committee at Its Regular Monthly Meeting Uncertainty as to Time For Meeting of tho State Cuuucil- Jeffersonville Branch Preparing For Accrptauco of Many Ladled ANNUAL BLBCTION NEXT MONTH Not for several months has tho Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held na interest ing a meeting or transacted ns much business as at the regular meeting held Friday night at SU Marys Hall President Joseph McGinnoccupied the chair and was elated ntthesplendid attendance of delegates Especially gratifying was the pres ence of the Jeffersonville delegates to Capt Jack Murphy Barney Coll and loin Kenney whose reports evoked the heartiest applause of the even ing After the roll call and report of proceedings of preceding meeting on had been read by Secretary IlaneKruse the branch reports were received showing that interest in the Catholic Knights was being awak ened and prospects for u substantial gain in membership were promising Upon this subject Vice President t Thomas Fceley delivered n stirring address and gave some excellent nd vice to the delegates to convey to their memberspWilliam T Median told of the progress the special committee on ritual and exemplification hind made giving the welcome assurance that a yforperform This team will make its initial appearance in Jeffersonville and with the assistance of the Uni form tank it is intended to make a showing that will far surpass any initiatory ceremony yet con templated Regarding the arrangements for the entertainment in this city of the Kentucky State Council which was adjourned to meet next year Chairman William M Higglns stated that nothing had yet boon done This way se 6JSVthc uncertainty of the tlmeforllOlding the convention The last Supreme Council held at CInrcinnati extended the terms of its of leers to three years which somewhat confuses the law as applied to State Councils which heretofore and fibeforehotly Secretary Kruse presented communications from State Presi dont Joseph Dcltcrman and State Secretary Albert F Martin announc ing that the State Council would notsbo called to meet In Louisville until lOOn which would of course change the plans now contemplated The decision of the Statts officers was discussed at sonic length and as a result rtho Secretary was instructed to communicate with Supreme Presi t dent Gaudin anti ascertain what rul big if any the Supreme Council had made touching upon State conven tlons and the time for electing Supreme delegates The work of tho committee will therefore remain in xtatii quo until tho Supreme PresiI dent is heard from In an animated address John Kenney of Branch 54 of Jefferson ville told the committee that the members over the river were doing earnest work Since their last meet ing they had secured the applications of nine young ladles for member ship and the young men were follow lug them into the branch They will t have he wild twiuity new members to receive certificates at the first mooting to be + eld In December which will be made an event of great interest to the Catholics of Jiffersonville Messrs Murphy and Coll confirmed the statements of f their colleague and invited the local degree team the two Uniform com panics nnd the Central Committee to be present as guests and assist m the work They were enUiusiastlo in the work before them and the invitation was accepted with the assurance that the Louisville Knigh II would aid them in every way possi ble Chairman Median and Capt Gus Kane and Capt Ben Iluntl will make all the arrangement the date and programme for which will beI made known in these columns Capt Gus Kane and Corporal Eugene McCarthy naked the Central Committee to assist in securing recruits for the Uniform Rank for which Uniforms could now be secured at a very reasonable figure They made a strong plea for changes that would produce more uptodate features and benefits and their remarks were Well received Messrs John J Score and William T Meehan were called upon and responded with suggestions that bore on this neat entertainment to be given by the Central Committee which will be entirely different from those of past years Upon notion the Central Commit tee forwarded congratulations to hiseselection ns the head of the Uniform Rank in the United States Before odjdurnment the delegates were notified of the election of officers which will occur On Friday December 13 The present officers have dminJetered the affairs of the Central Committee in amot satis factory manner and thus far those now serving have no opposition Fol towing the election tiie Esnterteiai a meat Committee will ave a feast for the delegates and i a special pro gramme that will a fitting windup to another b1Iauccessful year for the Catholic Knights of America 1 GRAND BAZAR t i Prizes Offered For Benefit of St Paulas New School The Thanksgiving bazar for the benefit of St Pauls new school which will be held in time school hall on Jackson street betWecn Kentucky nnd St Catherine on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday November 20 27 and 28 promised to be an event that will be talked about when those now young have become grayheaded Each evening in addition to other features there will be a euchre at which the best prfze8n Ill be given Besides there will bo an elegant turlcyfeastparish and nn expert chief The dlning room will be open afternoon and night and for pll who desire there will be n coffee Social Children will be admitted free every afternoon and there will Jjto a nice pro gramme for their entertainment This bazar will be ode of the most popular ever held by any church here from the fact that prices of exceptional value will be offered Each ticket will entitle the holder a chance on a fine cow and an tele Rant diamond ring the latter on exhibition at Rogers d Krulls jewelry store In audition 20 in gold will be given away each night which every one present will be- ntitled to a free chance The tickets goinglikeanxious to have a chance on these prizesFather York never under akes anything on a small scale and no matter what night people ntttend this barer they will leave with a feeling that they have been fully reo aid for the time spent thOre Every irrangcmcnt Jigs been perfected and presided over by jlovely maids and matrons this bazar promises to surpass any that will be held this ear oJVATICAN PALACE Cardinal Merry Del Val to Direct Its Financial Affairs Rome dispatches rBay important changes are soon to tnkq place in tho implicated administration of the Vatican Palace Several of its departments are to bo merged by tho opos direct orders for reasons of economy It line been found that tho Vatican administration maintains moreeniployegtlianltdanafftml Tho Majordomo is supposed to have the- nancial end of the administration n hand but really tho money for salaries and other expenses is rile rlbutod to the heads of the several departments who all employ clerks There is the Forerla which pays to the military corps of the Vatican then there Is tho Papal ilmonry department which attends- to tho distribution of money for char table purposes tho Vatican museum and galleries employee receive their salaries from their own director and ho numerous employes of the Vat ejln library and archives are paid by the head of their own department All tho numerous attendants in tho Iopos antechambers are paid from tho ofllco of the Cardinal Secretary- of State which also has to see that Its own employes and several of tho prelates in personal attendance on Jie Pope receive their pay This is to be changed Plans have been made to have a control paying aflico which is to cover all tho departments in order to diminish the number of employes ns much as pos sible and simplify matters Under the Into Popo a similar schema was tried and proved successful The Into Cardinal Moccnni who occupied ipnrtments on the top floor of tho Vatican had absolute charge of the whole administration Since tho pres ent Pope was elected no was placed in charge of the Vatica- inancial administration Mgr Merry del Val will bo the now head of tho treasury 11I CENT DEATHS Tile funeral of Miss Mary Kelly who died Friday night was held Monday morning from the Dominican church Deceased was the lsterin law of John Davcrn 1220 Seventh street nnd was held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends lier death was caused byt1 tumor anal was not unexpected Mrs Bridget Gibbons beloved wife of Thomtus Gibbons 2233 Magazine street died Monday night after an illness borne with the utmost patience and fortitude Endowed with a kindly and generous heart the high steam in which Mrs Gibbons was held was manifested at the funeral services which were con ducted Thursday morning by Rev Charles P Raffo nt St Charles church DONT FORGET THEM The Ladles Auxiliary of the An cleat Order of Hibernians does not forget Its deceased members as will be apparent at St Louis Bertrnnds church on Friday morning November 29 For that day tho auxiliary ha arranged for tho celebration of a sot emn high mass of requiem at that church for the repose of the souls o its members called from this world which will take place at 7 oclock In he morning The officers urge all1 members to attend this maw with thefequeat that aa many as can re ceive holy communion GAELIC LEAGUE Wonderful Intellectual Itttvolu- tiou It line Worked iu Ireland Hns Stimulated Into Action the Energy of the Irish Race New and Wondrous Realization of National Existence and and Identity OR HIGH ROAD TO PROGRESS Concerning the work of the Gaelic League in Ireland the Kentucky Irish American has for sonic time given its readers much important information but no article that was of as much interest as the following taken from the last issue of the Dundalk Democrat one of the ablest of the Nationalist papers published in Ireland Many people sneer at tIm idea of a progressive Ireland They point out the decline of population the in crease of lunacy and consumption and other regrettable things Yet they always consider themselves out side the list of unfortunate ones to be pitied It has become a fashion in Ireland to say that This oul counthry is going to the dogs the speaker excluding hlmsjolf from the list of those going dn that direction Nevertheless Ireland is on the high road to progress for nil real prog ress originates in the mind Thought comas first munch action afterward Since the advent of tho Gaelic League an intellectual revolution has taken place The Inst ten years have seen a greater change in the mind of Ireland than has the previous half century Thought has come into the minds of the men and women of Ireland Kind they eagerly seek to realize this thought in vigorous and progressive action The Gaelic League is no more a scholnstic languagelearning1 movement Where its influence is felt our cars ore no longer offended by the unmanly cry This oul counthry is goln to the dogs The Gaelic League has liberated thought and has stimulated into vigorous action the dash and energy of the Irish race True it is that at first the workers were few but In an incredibly short space of time their numbers have become legion Nor Ls their influence felt merely in their own ranks That influence hue reacted upon every class and creed an this nation Friends of Ire land arc now ashamed to admit that they once uttered the unmanly cry This oul counthry Is gain to the dogs One time enemies if they havto not in the meantime become friends have at least generated respect for or fear of the IrishIreland movement Those who look back even ten or fifteen years have no ticed that a new lifeblood Is pulsat ing In the veins of Irishmen It is true that the disease of stagnation has not altogether been cured but much of the stagnation is gone and what remains only appears all the more lurid In comparison with the new energies the GakJIc League has generatedIf reading those lines should happen not to belong to the Gaelic 1caguu and if he wonders at the cause of this new and ardent energy in some sphere of work apparently out of the reach of Gaelic League influences he would do well to remember that energy in one part of the body begets energy in the other parts If he makes diligent inquiry he will find that the national language movement has been the medium of it all A new national self consciousness a new and wondrous realization of national existence and Identity have given their message to every class in Ireland Sir William Butler has asked What is to be the function of Ireland in the great questionnrequires thought und every Irish man should think it out for himself One thing is certain No imitative or stagnant Ireland can have any function at all in the general evolu tion of humanity Ireland must be herself She must make the best of her own resources Her language+ her customs her hospitality her chivalry her energy her great and brilliant intellectual gifts must all be used to raise her once again to a I position creditable and profitable to herself When she readies that posi tion her function In the world in the great commonwealth of work and Intellect will be evident There you have tho idea of the Gaelic League The Gaelic League HooK that Irelan1 by realizing the best that fs in her will be not only a credit and a profit to herself but will be a credit and a proCitto nil mankind The workers in tho language movement arc no mere grammatical enthusiasts hilt they clearly aee that the Irish 1too rrnfco is the force tent will help Irishman and Irishwomen to realize what they are A knowledge of their national mode of expression knittedI into their being by immemorial cen tunes spent in its use will make them more hearty more cheerful and more energetic for their national1i and world work Thte Gaelic League message to Irishmci is Make yours selves natural men true to yourselves and true to Ireland and you will then take your rightful place in tint e modern world The watchword 1is progress the means of iselfrcllancc and work for Ireland The Gaelic League asks us to up lift the nation by creating in Irish nien a sensto pf duty and public spirit It helps u to exercise a person cl discipline over our actions It has in its fold men of virtue of intellectII and of religion who manliness and morality and would warn us against the moral corruptness now wheeling like a flight of locusts over Europe When all else was lost to Ireland her ancient purity rcmaintod Nor is she yet without the quick brain and intellect and passionate soul that so long char acterized her The Gaelic League works for better education modern education that will enable Gaels to win a place for themselves in tho modern world The Gaelic League is a center of culture and social life which it strives assiduously to cult Ito at home and in public life OLDEST BISHOP Felicitated by Clergy and Laity on EightyFourth Birthday Hcccivlng the felicitations of the clergy und laity from all sections on last Sunday the night Hcv William I George McCloskey the oldest Bishop in the United States and dean uf tho American hierarchy passed the eightyfourth milestone in an active and holy life In the quiet and unostentatious manner that has characterized his long service the venerable Bishop spent the day which also marked his fortieth year as Bishop of this diocese at Preston Park Seminary near the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road DisllOpfcCloskeythe vicissitudes of age have done little more than whiten his hair lIe is still as active in his duties as when he came to Louisville May 24J 1808 and to his associates his moderninity never ceases to be a marvel Bishop McCloskey came to Louis ville as Bishop of this diocese after having served as President of the American College at Home He was born in Brooklyn nnd educated for the priesthood at Mt St Marys at Emmitsburg Md The major por tion of his life line been spent in the United States his stay at Rome cov ering but a short period His rise in the priesthood was remarkably rapid And the same may be said of the diocese which has made won derful progress under his wise nnd conservative directio- nIDIIPOSING FUuRAL Great Tribute at Obsequies of Brave Lexington Peace Officer One of the largest and most im posing funerals witnessed in Lexington for years was that on Saturday of Policeman Michael Murphy who lost his life while In the discharge of his duty on election day The services were held at St Pauls church and every seat in tho buildIngwas occupied while a number of persons stood in the rear The funeral pru cession ns it entered the church was headed by n number of county and city officials including Dr R 11 Wnddy Mayor pro tern and former Mayor ThojnRR A Combs Next came u squad of twentynine policemen headed by Capt J C Ford and Lieut Garrett and Ously They were followed by the casket covered with flowers and borne by the following pallbearers 1 Chief of Police Jerry Reagan Capt William Jenkins Chief of Detectives Malcolm Brown Officer Janine Donlon J 1 Toeher freight agent Q and C railroad Circuit Clerk James C Rogers Mayorelect John Skain and John Lyons The immediate family of the dead man and a number of intimate friends were next in the line and be hind them came a double line of members of the Y M I anti Knights of Columbus many of whom were from Paris und other Central Ken tucky towns High mass was celebrat ed by Rev Father Delaney and the funeral ceremonial was followed by nn aprpopriate sermon preached by Rev FatWor Holand of Somerset who was a personal friend of the dead man In concluding hi saddresa Father Roland said We love him because we have seen him in his home life a devoted husband a kind father one who made a sacrifice each day for those he loved and who loved him lIe was the true typo of a loyal father This vast throng hero today gathered to do hour to his memory speaks to you more eloquently than I can posslbjy do of his high character his personal awl moral worth At the end of the services at the church the proecflsion followed by about seventy vehicles containing friends of the dead police man proceeded to the cemetery where tlie Interment took place All the city offices were closed during the funeral DEBATE FOR TIlE ICNIdHTS Next Monday night at St JohnsI Hall Clay and Walnut streets nn In teresting debate is promised the members of the Catholic Knights of American by Branch 21iSome time ago the officers decided that the best way to Increase Interest and nttend ance was to make the meetings enter taming and fotal5hitygurpdee two special programmes have been ar ranged for each month during the winter Visitors from other branches will find front seats reserved for them inXnSmB QUAHTEUH Emmot Blattcry the well known and successful attorney and former member of the State Legislature has moved from ills old office 233 Fifth street into larger and hand some quarters at 347 Fifth street considerably nearer the Court House where he will be pleased to greet his friends Mr Uert Finck asother young lawyer ill associated Wit Mr Slattery In his itew office to WISE MOVE Division 4 A O H to Again Have Its Hume In Llranrlck Making Elaborate Prepartlon For the Initiation at Her trand Hall Next Month Divisions Will Elect Officers For Eusu- Intf Year LARGE ACQUISITION TO MEMBERSHIP regularmeetingOddFellowsapplications apleasing addition to the class for their big inItIation on Monday No vember 25 at Bertrand Hall Sixth street between Oak and St Cath erine The applicants were Dennis MuldooAndy announcedthat thoInitiationmeetingforthlinitiatory JosephLon ac count of his legal studies he was tolibcrnianismwouldrIoortJIUcon- clusion that Division 4 before the quarterstostampingground TomLynchCallsLanwarhorsesLiteraryCommittcoJohn J Barry and Joseph Lenlhan were instructed to arrange enter oftheThis initiation will be of more gen duringthefour divisions are expected to have all their candidates present to receive all the degrees Division 4 has recruitingrecentlya list of thirty candidates Divisi 1 2 and 3 also have a goodly num awaiting the degrees and it is earnest wish of tho County Band the degree team that all will therelIttlethis matIlel years work which will show far acquisitions to the membership i each division luring the month of Decembi tolocalt servo next year will be chosen 1 nattoyconventionthat lib honor of being an offiJ willconfer special privileges ItjP expected that unusual interest meetingshlldwill be made Immediately afte Installations take place wor begin looking toward arrangeI by which all members In the Cities can attend tho conventi proniinthegood a showing as any nl the i rStates thenfuture1 formulforions and auxiliaries in the Sta It is thought that in this way Sto President George Butler and his c leagues would arouse o new eat feiasm rand also greatly odd to membership From letters rec it is certain that a hearty IriHtJ come awaits the State Boar ever and wherever It inn appearance J Immediately follow tlon and election County Board will b dispose of the w accumulated of which Ill amount The boar quire the division an and therefore members i the coming meetings that are in good sta 8ENI l oA Dublin cor In connection wltHi tlon to be held in next year that the Council his been i ward to- removed lv fro bodies of the fell in the by are burled n sods to be fo flcato of genjL ors of the fenU range a m1nA0r composed of mss the most hjscj county t RURA Henry Fasllck getic manager f Co real eats oral days in Cinj business and plj lag from the s mission muf ful Mr Pi known realty through his liven enable homesti pT4THt4tjrLiIL i y tiieltI ii AIoYLICI I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIGflN of all risk Americans I Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishes SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered lit the Loultvllle Poitottlce at Second Ctsu Hitter Address aII Com7ualCtlaae to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33531 West Green St LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER 1907 Klan AWAY FKOM THEM The season of the lewd show anl the crime provoklug moving picture machine IH at hand to judge from the number of demoralizing show WllH now displayed on public bill boards in this city The best remedy of the immoral for the suppression theatrical production is the shunning of the same byall selfrespecting amusement patrons A lOw which is not a financial success will the circuit of any not long occupy theatrical combine AVERTS THE STRIKE Through earnest and intelligent work the threatened strike of the railway employes of Great Britain which probbly would have paralyzed the business life of the whole country was averted The solution of the difficulty between the manage and employes of the railroads has Brought peace with honor it is salJ to both sides It is in the nature but it gives theof a compromise mployes something they greatly wished foran agreement for arbl tration of disputes Would it not 1be- the part of wisdom for the Parry Nuncmachers Posts and Employers Association to cease their effort to destroy labor organizations and adopt the more sensible plan cited above They may raise and spend millions but labor union principles will lourlKh and exist long utter they ore deadbecause they mete out justice to employer and employe alike PANICS AND POVERTY It is a kindly feeling totfard ones fellows it is said that makes moul Americans regret the coming of u punlc because of the hardships it entails upon the poor Statistical have told us that there is now an alarming amount of poverty in this country Perhaps the stringency e of money will add to the hardships oft se already classed as poor and vlll certainly increase the number those who will appeal to sym k hy Every great panic throws an- ny of people out of work ornate are those who have provided r their Incvitnble ralny day But there arc minor panics going r all the time in commercial centers hich take away the incomes eol ozens and it may be hundreds age L earners In contrast to what become pooricy once were they ecently there has been opened iIn ew York City a third Mills Hotel tf the accommodation at a low- e of men who have seen better To many of this class of un nates those better days wcr days and were expected to laolt Is Close scrutiny into the past Lie of those men who now seck ft like gentlemen upon fifty ia day would indicate that II lot altogether a panic whir It them into straits The Ally up to their means Some bred a fools paradise and Irs reached after more and bv Breaching lost all The real nest wage earner seldom makes it mistake and so the mechanic 1l laborer have the advantage iin Mcky times over their brothers ol Kid gloves and dlmond pin ithollcs of Rome took no ho elections lucid there lat Though the result was kat for them A few Election a semloffi ton appeared in the nano the organ of hlch said that the ill Catholics in that from voting This or observed and ex ryot why they TCounty Judge er Lincoln carries ot and best wlshei and time people ftce in tilt nd Impartial lallfled his a of the city far distant sire d upon tc- It Ing day each dy a day on- t a Catholic point to speaK or about the n papers and to every home papers That many of ou- rytruat It seventy ape tiled and- r fiorving without performing any service were dismissed Monday An1 other nice bill for Jefferson county The sturdy conditions in which our banks and financial institutions have proved themselves to be demon abates that the confidence reposed in them line not been misplaced With twentyone Roman Cardinal the Scred College now numbers only fiftyeights members Neither the Jesuits nor Dominicans are repre rented MASS FOR THE DEAD The annual1 mass for the dtaieasod members of Mackin Council an nounced for last Sunday was postponed and will not take place until November 24 It will be celebrated at St Cecilia church at 7 oclock in tine morning and It is certain that there will be a large attendance of members as Mackin never fails- pay to this worthy tribute to its dead I ELECTION OF OFFICERS The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians wil elect officers at their meeting or Wednesday December 4 at Itobin sons Hall Seventeenth and Main The Press Committee composed 01 Mns Ella OConncll Itummage tlu County President and Miss Uridgt llanrahan are endeavoring to hav a large attendance on that evening I EUCHRE AND DANCE A number of well known ladles anll gentlemen of the eastern section pI the city have secured Trinity Coun cil Hall 718 East Gray street fOI next Wednesday afternoon nUll even lag when they will entertain thel friends with a euchre and dance thi proceeds to be used for churitabl purposes May elegant prizes will b awarded and the affair will in ever way be enjoyable PLAN LOOKS GOOD The joint committee of the twi Milwaukee councils of the Knight of Columbus which has been con sidcrlng the erection of n club house has recommended that a corporatioi be formed capitalized for 50000 ti purchase a site and erect the build lag A Board of Directors of twel members is provided forsix fron each council the two Ito rent fron the corporation until the debt ii paid CALIFORNIA AWAKENS The first step has been take towards caring systematically for th colored Catholics in California nnl Sacremento has the honor 0 beginning tho great mission ary work Monsignor Capel rre cently gathered tho Catholic negroe of Sacramento together In the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament am spoke to them of the alms and wlshe of the church and of their own pros pects It is the Intention to organs them Into congregations WELCOME VISITOR Ilex John J Hlggins pastor of St Patricks church at Truxton N Y arrived here Tuesday to spend I short vacation with his brothe William M Higglns and family 153 West Madison street Father Hlggln has visited here before and mad many friends who are glad to ngaii see him Tomorrow he will sing th high mas at 10 oclock at the Sacre1 Heart church Seventeenth nnt Broadway Father HiggIns will leav for home Wednesday evening STEELECURRAN Tuesday morning the Church 01 the Annunciation at Shelbyvllle wai the sceno of a brilliant wedding when Thomas A Curran led to tin altar Miss Ella E Steele The rector Rev John II Riley was th celebrant of the nuptial mass Qntl performed the ceremony which wai witnessed by a large number oj friends of the bride and groom Thi attendants were Miss Virgin Steele sister of the bride and M J Drown After a wedding breakfast and reception Mr and Mrs Currai left for St Louis on their wedding trip On their return they will male their home at Shelbyvillo The bride is a daughter of Mrs Richard Steele and a popular young business woman Mr Curran is engaged ir railroad construction work- UNIMPORTANT The meeting of Division 1 on Friday of last week was without anj feature of Importance as but a stnal number of members were present resident Clines occupied the chair and in announcing the death 01 Martin Norton appointed a specie committed composed of Messrs Keenan and FInnegan to make th usual arrangements for masses foi the repose of the soul of the de eased who for many years had beet a faithful member With expressions of regret th resignation of John King was ac cepted his withdrawal being causer by declining health and inability t attend meetings The proceedings 01 the County Board were read and thE recommendations concurred in Secretary Keenan will notify all members of the nomination of officers U take place at the next meeting ant also of the initiation to take place at Dertraad Hall on Monday Npvero1 bar 95- U ik Ii SOCIETY Ii 1 j Miss Artel jUggs as her- gtlt8t Miss AnnieSheehan of Ow ngsvlllc Mrs Mary Kelly of Columbus Ind was this week the guest of rela tires in Jeffersonville Miss Adele Torpcy has returned from Shelbyvllle where she visited Mrs William M IIayes Mrs T I McCaullffc of South Louisville is home from a visit tto friends at Memphis TennII Mrs J T Dunn will spend several weeks at Colcnian City Texas visiting her sister Mrs J JD Allan Marry K Lally the well known local ball player has accepted a position In the claim department of tin L R N railroad Miss Mary Kennedy of North Pearl street New Albany left Tues day for a visit of several weeks with her uncle in Chicago Miss Mollie Callahan of St Lout is the guest of Mrs Ann E Draper East Fifth street New Albany She is returning home from nti IEaster trip Mrs John Wente and little son iof Syracuse are here visiting her sis ters Mrs Joe Sheridan and Mrs Will- Iam Osborne of the southern part tof the city Miss Susie J Miller entertained yesterday afternoon with n miscellaneous fdiower nt her home on tht Grand boulevard in honor of Miss Blrditt Finegan John Faluv and bride who was Mist Kffle Schaefer have returned from their wedding trip to Niagara Falls and have taken up their residence in the Highlands Dan J Hennefsyfl manly eli st has developed considerably since Tues dan pretty little girl having ar shed at his home on Hepburn ave flue Will take a cigar Dan Mrs Thomas Hanlon wife of tho County Auditor has been entertain ing her sister Mrs Strphen Meeker of Indianapolis at her home on the river road below New Albany mORttt popular young ladresI of the West YoungLadlevening at her home on Twent fourthstreet The marriage of Miss Birdie parIleulnrs columns before will take place next Wednesday at high noon at St Louis IJertronds church I Miss Hazel Brcslin o charming witliesnutuiui auntIrcslln of West St Carl erine street returned home the first of the week 1 Mis Minnie hackle the wen1 known and popular school tteacher who has been ill for seven weeks was able to return 1o her classes 1 in the Parkland school on Monday tto- the grtwt delight of the pupils and their parents11 1 Mrs 1Emma Gunn who came ttu HaroldfGums of the Louisville Nashville and has been the guest of Mr and s SoutLoufsutile fcherherMfrs8 regret her departure e Last Saturday afternoon Itcf Father Schuhnmnn performed the ceremony that united Miss Elizabeth SnowDesidesof the bride and groom several out oftown guests witnessed the ma- rrnageThe happy couple are spend 4 honeymoon in the South and upon their return will reside at1111 Hepburn avenue Ben Bmmleve of Twentysecond and Chestnut is thin proud father of 1 jusleftCorthelappythnJ amMadisonI youngsteisyear GeorgSullivanI nStnuptfamassConnellywhoceremonyThepopular girl of the East End and is n daughter of Mrs Kate Sullivan of 1100 Winter avenue while the pros pective groom is a prominent local friendsAfterfor an Eastern tour and on their return I will be at homo to their friends I at the residence of the brides motherA wasUlatMartin Brumleve were united by the I Sttfaryswere no invitations only the imme Mate relatives being in attendance t Following the ceremony the worthy I couple were entertained at the home of the bride after which they left I tripthusand is widely known and popular in I society cIrcles Mr Brumleve is prominent in business circles being I I nterested in the firm of Callahan m Sons I I Miss Anna Collins of 1155 Seventh street entertained Wednesday even ling with a linen shower in honor of a prospective bride Miss Birdie Finegan Those present were Misses I Margaret L and Anna Collins Mar I ifaret Ada and Catherine McCrone lEija Hannan Susie J Miller Anna CaSeY Mary Rose Kelly Catherine M Rinsei Mary A Nellie C and a 4t ti inua L Finegan Edna Sargent I I lannah and Stfyic Malta Celeste lAgnes Flanagan Bernie awlcr Blanche Gordon Anna McDonald Mabel Quinlan Lorctta lehm Margaret and Mamie Boyle ifesdamcs Kelly and Runner and Mr and Mrs M J Collins I I Among the pleasant social events of the past week was the reception and dinner on Wednesday evening at the elegant home of Mr and Mrs William Osborne Walnut Hills South Louisville in honor of Rev John J HIggins and Mrs John Wente iof Syracuse The parlors and dining room were beautifully decorated and illuminated presenting a scene al most entrancing Among the guests were Rev John J Higglns ReS John OConnor Mrs John Wente of Syra case Mrs Emma Gunn of Rochester Mrs J e Sheridan Mrs E Long Mr and Mrs William M Hig gins Mr and Mrs Thomas D Clincs MissteJ Hattie Higgins Helen Os horne Margie Sheridan Messrs Myron Sheridan Harold Gunn Rob ert Davis Willie Osborne and Irvin Gunn After the dinner a delightful hour was devoted to vocal and instru mental music With onto voice all declared Mrs Osborne a charming hostess rind true exponent of Kent ttacky hospitality HINTS ON STYLE The boas now fashionable arc thick full and long New and stunting gown combina lions are of dead old rose and iltnl blueNow smart patent leather shoes have striped black and white cloth tops Last seasons narrow silklined stole has entirely disappeared from Ihls winters garments In dress shoes and slippers the pre vailing heel U still the Louis XI and the toes are pointed Black furs will have a strong vogue mink and sealskin having Iin creased so tremendously in cost Nearly all corsets are long below the waist line over the hips this be- Ing the shape that meets most favor Colored holsery in in high favor for it is considered the correct thing to have slocking mulch tire colored tops of the shoes Among the dufinuc fashions fur the winter season are longer sleeves and shorter skirts with coats tend- Ing toward greater lengths Fashion is proclaiming loudly in favor of the dainty and feminine styles in shoes rather than the more mannish and heavy freak lasts Pony coats and Lox coats have long sleeves and narrow shawl collars the half fitted coats arc ol hip threequarter and full length Neckpieces and muffs are trimmed with numerous heads and tails The heads are softer and more natural in their mounting than they have been of recent years- Shirtwaists of white linen and oi muslin will remain in demand Thoy will be still more in favor than the colored ones although striped linen and cotton voile will hold their own J FRESH AIR ANn HEALTH The attention being given to con sumption nt1lc present time is oj general valu to the country becaus of the emphasis laid upon the nee of fresh air in the human system Let the origin of the white plagui bt this or that its advent prcvcntabli or not the results of treatment shov what the breathing of fresh air will do for the system Fresh air is be lieved to work cures in some cases It Iis known to restore tone tte emaciated systems and be a boon tc the sufferer If fresh air is a tonii for the sufferer it is a tonic for the normal man We nil know how got a whiff of fresh air Is after confine merit in air that is not fresh The exhilaration is not a matter of fancy The drier the air the better and I11 purer when dry than when otherwise then tho dry air has two points Ii its favor The supply should not hi fitfulconfined solely to the hour of work and play An active systeri might throw off impurities but much of our time Is passed indoors without physical activity This li when wo read and sleep Sound alec is always refreshing and if the all breathed durIng sleep be pure it ii more than refreshing for It bulk up Many people incline to the notlot that fresh air Is good In summer be causi it is so pleasant to get out lit it But It Is good in all times Then Is no special season for a fresh all tonic The tonic works all tho Unit and is needed all the time And tin indoor season is just the time to be wise and not let the supply get shutoff ABOUT KISSING MOTHER A father talking to his caroler daughter said to her I want te speak to you of your mother It ma be that you noticed a careworn loo upon her face Of course it has no been brought there by any act 01 yours still it is your duty to chins It away I want you to get up tomorrow morning and get breakfast When your mother comes in and begins to express her surprise go right up to her and kiss her on the mouth You cant imagine how it wil brighten her dear face Besides you owe her a kiss or two A long wbili ago when you were a little girl SbE kissed you Through years of chlldlsl sunshine and shadows she wa always ready to cure by the magi of a mothers kiss the little dirty hubby hands whenever they wer injured with those first sklrmishei with the rough old world I PAPERS UNDER MATTRESS Lay two thicknesses of newspaper on the bed springs and then lay the mattress on the papers This keep the mattress from getting black marks on it Sometimes in rain weather the springs get rusty and it gets on the mattress but if you leech paper on the springs it picks up al the rust WOMAN EVERYBODY LIKES The woman whom every one like it an excellent talker and listener but she listens more than she talks She never gossips but she is kind and liberal In her judgments She has a faculty of remembering like and dIslikes and never treads or other peoples corns and she never asks unncessary or curious questions f n k 0 TUT tOKU LEVS One Week Commencing Monday The Lion and The Mouse Wednesday and Saturday Matinw HOPKINSThe Ideal Family ITheatre HIGHCLASS VAU I VILl B 2 HOWS DAILY2 Amateur Night Friday No Childrens Toy Matinee Saturday ALL SEATS RESERVED Matinee 10 15 2f c Mrht 1020 30c I Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 14 UNION ICE CREAM COI MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plan and we separate our own cream Tin enables us t put a better cream on th market at a lower price than our comps tors 627633 EIGHTH ST KNIGHTSI I I P IKILllimilS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where There are ten teams in the Knights bowling league of Detroit Wets year The Knights of Greater Boston lust month organized a bowling tournament Denver Council will exemplify tho three degrees in January and some big loin s are being arranged for Bunker Hill Council of Boston now- the largest in Massachusetts wll1- hold a bazar in its new club hous opening Monday andcontinuing all the week Invitations have been sent the State Council and officers and members throughout Minnesota for the- fIrst annual reception and ball ol Hcnncpin Council at Minneapolis ot Tuesday Xovember 26 gnat bowling Is popular with the Knights is shown by the fact that twentyfive New York councils have entered teams in the Columbia bowling league now conducting IIts- sixth annual tournament The Massachusetts State Council gave the first of its series of fout lectures at Chickering lIa11llast Mon day night They are to take place on successive Mondays and will ibe delivered by the Rev William Ollricn lardow S J of New York Xorth Dakota has now a State Council and a membership of about 500 Fargo Council will put through a class of fifty members on Thanks giving day and MInot will have a class in December and Grand Forks on Washingtons birthday Twn hundred Knights assisted iIn- the dedication of the Sacred Heart church at Goldfield Nev singing thr hymns of the order being highly complimented by Father Dermody They then Initiated eighty candidates IIInto thtair ranks ending the day wIth a banquet The New Jersey Chapter will have- ItR second annual solemn vesper service tomorrow evening in StI Marys church at Newark Permis sion has been obtained lor all fourth degree Knights to turn out in full regalia and under command of Col William Burns of Brooklyn the military corps of the fourth degree will be present in the uniform of the dismounted cavalry- Thanksgiving eve will be an Important day for the Knights of Biug hampton and neighboring cities The fourth degree honors will be cur ferred on a class of several hundred selected members from numerous councils in the central portion oi New York by District Deputy Robert J Powers in the council chamber This work will take place in the afternoon and will be an imposing ceremony Each candidate as well as everyone who attends the ceremony will be attired in evening dross and the rooms will be dark ened save for the electric light tu give the scene the appearance oi evening As all knights of old were possessors of swords each candidate will be presented with a sword hav ing a magnificently carved handle GRAND CHURCH ORGAN Last Sunday night in Chicago In the presence o a vast assemblage Archbishop Mcsmer of Milwaukee delivered the dedication oration am Archbishop Quigley performed the dedicatory ceremonies when the grand new organ of St Martlns church Fiftyninth street and Princeton venue was installed The organ was formerly in Central Music Hall and was presented to the church by Mrs Marshall Field Jr Since then it has been improved at a cost of 8000 onehalf of the amount being contributed by Andrew Carnegie tho rest by members of the parish A bpectal musical programme followed the services t KEEPS CLOCK CLEAN Has any one a valuable clock that eems to be near the end of Its career of usefulness Does it skip a beat now and then and when It begins to strike seem in pain Take a bit of cotton batting the size of a hens egg dip it in kerosene and place it on the floor of the clock in the corner Shut the door and wait three or four days Your clock will be like a new one It will skip beats no more iIt will strike as of old and when you look inside you will find the cotton black with dust The fumes of the oil loosen the particles of dust and they fall thus cloning the clock STEWART DRY GOODS CO Busldei Established Sixty Yean tQ goItE HABERDASHERY Maini Floor EXTRA GOOD VALUES IN MENS SHIRTS AND HALF HOSE AT- REDUCED PRICES An assortment of Mens Negligee Shirts in light rand dark colors in madras and percale with attached or detached cuffs coat style regular 150 and 200 values Specially priced at 115 Mens Half Hose in a large assortment of fancy cotton and lisle thread effects in colors and plain black all splendid 50c and 75c valuesSpecially pricedat 98c pair Mens Half Hose in plain and fancy colors all 25c and 35c valuesSpecially priced at 17q pair A LINENS = Second Floor EXCEPTIONAL VALUES INr TABLE AND BED LINENS TOWELS AND TOWELING V AT- EXTREMELY LOW PRICES t Table and Bed Linens Toweling in fine and staple qualities Specially priced for this sale v Linen Damask Tablecloths Each 300 400 450 Dinner Napkihs to matchPer dozen 450 550 Hemstitched Linen Pillow CasesPer pair 150 175 Hemstitched Linen SheetsPer pair 550 650 Hemmed Huck Towels Dozen 200 250 300 Hemstitched Huck Towels Dozen 300 348 Fine Toweling Crash At 12 l2c to 25c yard BLANKETS Second Floor SHOWING EXCLUSIVE NOVELTIES IN COLLEGE ROBE BtaLANKETS v Showing of exclusive novelties in College Robe Blankets l s especially designed for the young man at col lege an ideal Thanksgiving and Christmas present suggestion The various brilliant colors of American colleges are t eproduced in Grecian border effects On sale at special price 300 See Fourthavenue Window Display Special in Stewart Wool Blankets comes in white with colored border effects also an assortment of handsome plaids a 600 Blanket Specially priced at 500 pair c FLANNELS Second Floor SPECIAL SALE OF OUTING AND SHAKER FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES SPECIALLY UNDERPRICED Outing Flannels in stripes checks and plaids of pink blue and gray all first quality of Amoskeag make value 1212cat lOc yard Shaker Flannels the genuine oldfashion kind that launders and wears without shrinking value 45cAt 35c yard ej h Domet Flannels Three great values 15 pieces at 8c yard value lOc 4r10 pieces extra wide at 12 l2c yard value 16c Velour Flannelettes extensive assortment of the newest designs in dainty colorings for dressing sacques kimonas house gowns waists and wrappers value 15cAt 12 l2c yard STEWART DRY GOODS COIN CONNECTION WITH JAMES MoCREEHY 4 CO NEW YQttT Lift Ult1U1tAT111 OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 0 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for Our Dentistry the least monyII We are mpontiblr and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR N1mJ COUOHMAN Dentist OFPICK542 FIFTH HTKKKT I All tho new Fall Styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prIcesOffice Hours 9to44 Hove Phones 6127 DR J FRANI SUILIVAN 1I DENTIN 739 FOURTH AVENUE Troll FurnitureOf at the lowest prices Go to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET xHA X4C CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones IUSU All orders receive prompt attention and frrtinn vuaranteerl HENRY flUNOLDIIE- ALRR IN Staple and Fancy Groceriis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty FkMflii 540 W WALNUT 1 fc NTUCKV Al SH InOAN BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA F WHISKY m IT IS ALWAYS PURE tift H McKenna Distiller Fairfield It I IJ = = Pv V vVv V V rM JBANNON- P1ys ne dr MQr PBANNONJR VlcaPrti IoIfW lO J VEENEMAN Secretary R B Kentucky Vitrie Erik CD INCORPORATED Axnr xYaoturorn 04 VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office W Jefferson Sf Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and 10th m TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 4444+ ++4 + 1 ++4++++44 ++4 + 4 +++ riiSmiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 +++N++t+ +tt+f t+++++f+ FN ++++ 4 4 t+Fttt++++ tD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both 2998 FURNISHED FOR ALL All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET +++ + + + MM f + + t t + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street HoJI I I I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I I I I I I I1 I 1 IHM J B TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortII I II 1 II I I I 111111 I II III U TOMAS 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 AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and femal patients are admitted Rates verv rear onable Pot further particulars apply o MOTHcR MARY REGINi flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle Ind live your boys so education that will prepare them far life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 12 W Broadway LoulnvlIU Ky Conducted by till Xaverlan Brother CUarical Scientific and BurincMCounea Preparatory Ue pertinentLarge awtmmiasPno1 Well gulpte- dOymaulamteraa Moderate Bro James Dlr t L n BANNON Treasurer 508512 Phonos CARRIAGES OCCASIONS t r 1 PETER M ANDRWI SANS JIGONN MANUFACTURERSf Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AIJII J1 PULS DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED I Piton afro 528 Fifth Street I I Congratulate CRUEL THINGIgur I gled the pretty thing in the fluffy dress I am going to marry Hector Raveso ITn proposed to ne this IIafternoonI not surprised Flo re sponded the cute one in princess gowp When t rejected him last night he said ite did not care what I happened to him IGLORY FOR IRISH Brave Fishermen of Clan Their Lives to Save IRisk Strangers Every now and then amid the heartlessness and greed of the world something happens that pre pctnrcEarlyship loaded with grain and with iu makiniforon the West coast of Ireland when 1 It became lost in a heavy sea and struck upon a rock The boat went down but Its crew stuck to the wreckage that remained ahoy water where they remained food less and helpless more than forty hours The natives of the coast where the wreck occurred arc fisher men who go out to sea in canvas boats to fish for mackerel The ling lisp Government maintains at that point a coast guard station but its equipment was insufficient to overcome the angrysea and reach the wreckage where the sailors clung to the slippery riggings So after a few unsuccessful attempts they gUI up But not so with the heroic fish crown of Clare Time after time they put out in the raging storm in their skin covered canoes and time after time they were thrown into the sea lint they did not give up They kept on trying until at hint one of these frail canoes reached a raft that hail been improvised by the almost exhausted sailors and brought two of the crew to shore So In twos and threes through the long day and night men were picked up and earned to safety This ills aster and the rescue deserve to belong remembered The fight made to save the lives of those sailors iiis more glorious than the most gallant tents performed In battle Here it was love of humanity not love f country or love of fellowcountrymen that Inspired the heroic nets Life wits freely risked to save the lives of unknown men It makes one prowl of humanity proud to know tbit there is In the world bravery founded upon pity and humanity that is more exalted and more glor ious than any ever displayed h1 jr soldiers It removes the sting and the gloom of the pessimistic com inhumanity to man Bent on mans TAKE TEX nAYS Itecniisc of the election no members of the police department were given heir vacations this week but begin ning tomorrow leaves until Xmem jcr 20 will be granted Patrolmen Tom Naltv John Moran Tom Chalk T J Conan A MeAndrews P Flynn Michael Sullivan Corporal V loran Lieut John Dalton and a number of others- FLORAL OPENING TUESDAY Miss Lizzie Mallon the well known loral artist and designer bas acccpt Id a position as manager of the new loral establishment to be opened by Henry Fiichs next door to Hop tins Theater on Market street just hove Second The formal opening of the new store will take place next Cuesdny and Miss Mallon Invites nil of her friends to call and inspect hei1 lew location LITTLE DOIXC Owing to the fact that it was Section night there was but little doing at the meeting of Mackin Council on Tuesday One new mem icr was elected and everything reported reedy for the initiation on November 10 The Visiting Committee announced that the condition of iarence Xook remained unchanged nil that his illness threatened to bed long duration SEW 1UVKII EDITOR Edward Fitzpatrick of the Evening Times one of the best newspaper men in this section in addition to his regular duties on that paper has been appointed river editor of the Times and CourierJournal in place of the late Col Will S Hays Mr Fitzpatrick docs not write poetry nit lie gets up a splendid column of river news which is extensively opted in the river columns of Northern and Southern newspapers AUXILIARY ORGANIZED Chickasaw Council Y M IofMemphis organized a most promts hg Young Ladles Auxiliary and ouch interest is taken in its growth jy the young men of that city The council is reported ah having great success with a membership contest now in progress which is adding nany names to the rolls Chickasaw will have an increased delegation nt lie next Grand Council and it would not be surprising if the next lonvcntion went to Memphis KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN St Michaels Commandcry of wllleh P J Brecn is the Captain met Wednesday night and nominated officers for the ensuing year Abut three members were present and when it came to the nomination of Captain all arose at once to place the name of the present commanding Ulcer under whose guidance St lichacls Commandery has reached first place in the two Falls Cities lattallons The election will not take place until the first Wednesday in January VINCENTIANS The regular monthly meeting of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society will be held Monday night at St Francis Hall at tho Cathedral Now that the cold season is approaching there will be zany calls upon tho various conferences and in order that Jho best plans may bo matured for this important work President James Campbell mires special request that every presentfherebusiness to be transacted CURE AUTUMN COLD When suffering from cold on the lunAs try this Cover a cup of flax sred well with water and into this lice one lemon Let simmer for ten minutes and sweeten to taste This taken hot about every half hour will n SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O tl DIVISON 1 Meets oin the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President Jamas J Kllkell Recording Secretary Thorns Keenan Jr- Financial Sccratary P J Cusicl CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergemtatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Frlda Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T iear eYe DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings ot Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morrh Financial Secretary Jolm Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergenntatannsIhomas Noon DIVISION t Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Valnu- lPresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J Mcbl llutt Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial Secretary W J Con nelly 1700 Seventh street Treasurer Joseph L Lcnllmii SergeantatArmsUobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 Tm FEnS VILLE Meets on tit First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall County resident Louis Constan tineresidentlobe Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secret tryT Ollern Financial Secretary J E Murphy Treasurer Michael KInney Marshall M Garrlty Banner BearerJ O Cole Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Even gs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J and First Vice President John T Ken icy Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan than Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph I TancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andrlot Outside Sentinel0urge Bartsch cllevc the most severe cold on the lungs HINTS OX STYLE For street and visitingI wear fine noudcloth will be found much more practical that velvet Satin and chiffon or satin und net In combination are well represented among the new frocks In the wedding gowns satin has teen the material most favored by- ire brides of this month Among the many new hats a number moderate in size and rather simply trimmed are noted as being both chic nnd very becoming Velvets arc beautiful beyond de scription and becoming and modish but they will not give such service is will other materials equally lash enable Girls of all ages should have knick srbockcrs to wear with each frock they should bo made of the same foods as the drew and should be short enough not to he seen below the hem of the skirt When nothing dressier seems to be warranted a first class tailor made suit and pretty waist with time ac companiment of a muff and small neck piece and a becoming hat make in attractive costume- A dressy silk waist can be made jf an ecru tinted net trimmed with bands of insertion of filet lace Excellent qualities of this lace canto found in the basement departments of the largo stores for a noderate price For children in the fall and winter nothing is better than a blouse and tilted skirt in blue serge with knlck jrbockers of the same material Tiles a serviceable costume and warm md has the further advantage that letticoats are not needed The new shades of brown are the popular colors of this season ant allowing close in popularity comes green It looks as if this once neglected color would remain a per manent favorite At the moment its to be found in all possible tones rom the palest blue green to dark meraldFor older girl sailor suits are the most worn They ore practical md becoming to almost every one They should be made with a wide collar and the sleeves should be moderately full with turn back plaitedThehalf or four straight widths of the goods and should be hemmed before It is plaited A belt the size of the buds waist is then taken and the ilatts pinned to it until they are the desired width before basting WART CURE Wet a piece of blue stono and rub on warts three times a day Do this or two or threo weeks and the warts radually will disappear without yen the trace of a scar START AND START IHe in the gloaming I thought 1 your fathers footsteps upstairs just now It gave me such a startI It is nothing to the start pa give you if he does come down A 1 MINISTER FAV1LLE Gives His Reasons POP Admiring the Catholic Church FirstCongregationala re cent Sunday explained What I like about the Catholic church For the first part I like the Cath olic church because of their never ence for the marriage vow for I whether marriage Is recognized aa a sacrament or a civilcontract it1 should bo binding for life and we should be ever true to the pokey acceptThen the Catholic church because they have reverence for their house of worship It Is the right attitude to promote reverence Then I realize that the Cnthnlltt church makes no distinction what ever between race clans or color There Is no division This Is cer tainly most Chrlstlike Oo ye and preach the gospel unto time whole worldThen I like their elevation of the Apostle 1ctcr who was a Chrlstllk man and came to the front among the apostles though he was a sinful man timid not always consistent We arc all brethren Catholic amt Protestant and I believe that If I was to depend upon getting into heaven upon Catholic friends 1 would be allowed to enter Though some might say that purgatory was goal enough for me I believe that they would allow me to pass the pearly gatesI like tho Catholic church bo entice they recognize the sanctity of the marriage vow they reverence the church and its children they are democratic in their worship lib oral and charitable I like them for their missionary spirit for their aid in advancing the progress of elvllia Ion in the middle ages mind for their elevation of Peter who was but a sinful man HOLY SPOT Laugh Berg is the holiest spot in Ireland and one of the oldestt pll grimages in time world Ft was the scene of the proem for Ireland of St Patrick Its circumferences Is thirteen Tulles and it contains two Islands The pilgrimage opens June land continues until August 15 Lady day CUAlKLS IX COIIXKHS The Most Rev Archbishop Olennon has announced that the corner stone of time new Cathedral in St Louis will not be laid this year In the four corners of the new struc hire chapels will be erected at a cost of 100000 each They are to be known as the Holy Souls All Saints the Jllcssed Virgin and the Blessed Sacrament One of time chapels has been donated OLDEST IHIOTIIKII Brother Lawrence O S A is said to be the oldest friar in America if tot in time entire world Not long go he celebrated his ninetyeighth lirthday at St Marys Lawrence tfnss where he has been stationed nore then thirtyfive years Urotuer Lawrence came from Ireland nearly iixtyt years ago stud took up work n killanova College at Vlllanovn Ia where he remained until 1S71 DOMESTIC AFFLICTION A little girl nllljuli to her teacher cccntly for leave to be absent half ai day on the plea that her mother tad received a telegram stating that lompany was on the way Its my nthers halfsister and her four boys she explained somewhat anx iously and mother doesnt see how she can get along without me round the house The teacher handing the pupil the printed list of reasons justifying absence asked if her case came under any of them The little girl scanned the list a moment and then pointing to the words Domastlc Affliction sari I think it might come under This head maam HELPS FOR OUU WIVES Every housewife should know that placeLemons if covered with cold water The colder eggs are the quicker they will froth A spoonful of vinegar added to time water In which meat or fowls arc boiled makes them tender If a little vinegar be kept boiling on the stove while onions or cabbage ore cooking it will prevent the tile agreeable odor going through the houseGood management is everything in a house To insure making good pastry your Ingredients must be cold Soap and chalk mixed and rubbed on mildewed spots will remove them Nutmegs should be grated on the blossom end first All spices should be kept in tins Soap should be kept some time be lore it is used as it will then go farther The best poultry has firm flesh yellow skin and eggs Borax sprinkled about the haunts at ants beetles and mice will soon get rid of them Only by exposing articles to the open air can sulphur smells be over tome RILL BUGS Take some moth balls and pound hem fine Put them in some gasoline and with an oil can tour it on the bed in the cracks and around the floor Take some paper and paste up all tho holes In the wall Use reparation sparingly as it takes a whole day for the smell to evaporate It takes about six moth balls to a pint of gasoline Do not let chil Iren handle this preparation CLEAN MICA The mica in stoves can be made 5ke new by washing with vlntta11- 111t1Itlvdl1utfCl If the black dries lot come off immediately allow the mIca to remain in the vinegar a short ltime D FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Izoo po Brewers and Bottlersr LOUISVILLE T Y Curab Phone flaln 1913 r 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS I 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 Ho fbran and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMAN 1 BREWINGrrINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xouxSVUxE uv11 PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from arefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the p brewery until properly aScd Louisville ITELEPHONEASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB PHONE WEST Slit JOHN E 1TJr WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 ASK FOR 1ERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE un JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KY ORDER YO- URCOAL FROM DoueWy tannin Seventh and Magnolia Before there is another advance Best creened Pittsburg coal This Is the time to lay in your winter supply PHONE 1783Is- tPOaTERs HEREMAM BRCS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSCW BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Strec Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNBS SMITH LADY eMBALMeR Washing and Dressing Laities and Children a Specialty Office 626W St Catherine Bottt Phones n LOUISVILLE KY i ourDIAMOND ItInsareinKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoI 1 ter punt T ffr nnville Ted Phone BBS WINES LIQUORS CI6ARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prep Hot Lunch every morning rasa 830 to 1330 oclock K4 A VQ QIti EN JlfVY JCTUOuY li14 Iti AN1yf3iIt1EYC31 l t I THE BIG STORE HATS In all the New Fall Colors and Shapes 98c 148 198 248 3 i THE BIG STORE 51Detweea I MILTON M MARBLESTONE Ot CO The Most Remarkable Feat Attempted By Any Piano Playing Instrument Was Successfully Accomplished by the FarrandCecilian Piano The greatest feat ever accomplished the world Piano Players was that the FarrandCecilian last Wednes day at Macauleys Theatre playing the accompani ment the entire score the Opera Faust This without question proves the superiority the Farrand CecilianNo instrument has ever been subjected to such a test This great performance the FarrandCecilian proves conclusively that this instrument does perform and has the mechanism tone audall qualities claimed for it MONTENEGRO= RIEUM MUSIC CO Incorporated aQSa O FOURTH1 AVENUE uuuuuuuuuu o Herat Pboni 1313 8oo 4Z4 I in of of in of of of of ELECTEDas the Standard of excellence Mulloys Teas and Coffees are always winners in the race for popularity SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Blacker Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MULLOY 45c COFFEE ROASTER t4r V MARICICT 3 TITCICT I FREE FREE FREE BEGINNING SEPT 2 A EurekaFlyeras in each sack of EDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR None Boner 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 u 11 SCl8S sThe GhasflRoo6rs BOOK cor PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O 1 SUIT EVERY TASTfi 3s Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the zr finest of their kind in the city 92 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street g 00I QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meat has been universally acknowledged as the best gas r of in the market They cool quickly b ke excellently and on account of their pirent air burners consume les gas than any other They are more tartly c eaned and are made to last The new iImprovemens this year will keep it in the front rank Having imade our 1907 intract before the advance in price of all iron goods we are able to sell it old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND p V0 + iwnD00 fDv LARGEST AND BESTIN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTYL GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 11BOTHPHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD pmidni MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES MON13 Y TO LOANS8M8liBMEMAIN 27y Rom l l w 9ldgttGsl fll ark 66- r rel l1t I 08 322 to 328 West Market Street 1 1MARKET STREET tNCORPORATRfl BET THIRD AND FOURTHII I iKJI In several pretty styles cut full and wide good value at only 01West 01Market Streeti BLACK SATEEN PETTICOATS 98c wellmade specially Black Sateen and Moreen Petticoats finished 9 withruffles and bias bands cut full wide also I extra size Sateen Petticoats choice at I only I Black Heatherbloom Petticoats made with full flounce finished with accordion plaiting and two ruffles around the bottom Heatherbloom Petticoats in black and all the new fall shades made with five sectional flounces which form one deep flounce with deep underlay as cut Lull andwide this petticoat looks silk and wears much better o Silk Petticoats in black and all the leading shad I es made of Simons rustling taffeta silk with deep lI flounce finished with corded tucks I specialvalue at OO HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary continues Its onward march increasing both the treasury and membership Division 4 will meet Monday night when the programme for the Initia tion will be made known Division 3 met Thursday night with a splendid attendance and the pro ceedings were InterestingIHow about securing some of Ithe parish clergymen for short addresses to the different divisions Members of Division 1 who have been neglecting the meetings of late will be expected to attend on November 22 Every one of the four divisions should make every endeavor to havo their candidates ready for the Initiation that takes place November 25 Several divisions In Plttsburg have magnificent quarters that are open every evening In each club house n library is one of the many attractions Division officers should make per sonal efforts to secure good attendance at meetings ns the large at tendances will do the rest Division 2 of Fitchburg Mass has appointed three teams to secure new members and offers prizes for the team and individual securing the largest number At the State convention held at Waco the chief topic discussed was the future of Hlbernlanism in Texas and the best means of putting new life Into the organization AH a suggestion for the divisions how about choosing two teams to secure members ail the losing team to pay for a social meeting with refreshments for the division St Pauls Hibernian festival closed Saturday night with several big events The attendance throughout the week was all that could bo ex pected and at least 5000 was real ized Division 2 meets next Friday night and then there will be a lull of three weeks President Ford wants every member present ns he will have some Important announcements to makeState President Patrick Kenny was given a great reception when he made his official visit to the division at Far ibalt Minn President Doylo of the Hibernian State Insurance fund ac companied him When the Ladles Auxiliary of Utica celebrated their anniversary Rov Father Denis Moore and Rev Father William Ryan were guests of honor and for the ladles the latter presented Mrs Sullivan the Presi dent with a handsome gilded chair It was a great crowd that gathered In Anaconda Mont upon the occasion of the entertainment of a train load of members of the divisions and auxiliaries from Butte and Silver flow county There was speechmaklns feasting and dancing and the visitors were given the time of their lives In the contest for Queen of the St Paul Hibernian festival over 35000 votes were cast for the five candidates Miss Adelaide Williams win ning with 12019 When the corona tion took place the other four ladles acted as maids of honor and the five were presented with handsome rings Indianapolis Hibernians are pro paring plans for the entertainment of thousands when the national con vention meets there next July Meet Ings are being held each week for the purpose of building up the mem bership so that that city can make as good a showing as any that will be representedNot the big St Patricks day Initiation of several years ago have the local Hibernians undertaken any thing that will approach the conferr ing of degrees at Bertrand Hall under the auspices of Division 4 on Novem ber 25 Both State and county officers will be present as guests of hon or and it is expected that every divis- Ion In Louisville will take advantage of this opportunity to Increase Its membership USEFUL LIFE CLOSED By the death of Peter McNally the city of Lexington loses one of itoo oldest and most respected citizens the end coming peacefully at St Josephs Hospital on Friday night the result of ailments incident to old age Mr McNally suits nevmiyal r S years old and had for twentylive years been in the employ of the Cin cinnati Southern Railroad Company Ho is survived by his wife and the following sons and daughters W P McNally of Lexington a clerk in the Phoenix National Bank Thomas Mc Nally of Chicago 111 Mrs F W Harbin of Memphis Tenn Mrs Elbert R Williams of Jericho Ark and Mrs O N Derrick of Louisville The funeral services were held at St Pauls church Sunday afternoon with interment in the family lot in the Catholic cemetery The pall bearers were Messrs Thomas Smith Michael Feeney Michael F Murphy John Riley Patrick Murray and James McKenna RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Thomas Mullaney who died Tuesday afternoon took place from St Williams church Rev Father Murphy conducting the sol emu services He was thirtynine years old and a son of the late James and Mary Mullaney He always lived here and was held in high es teem by his associates Tile funeral of Ben Duitz whose sudden death at the Mercy Hospital on Monday morning was a shock to his numerous friends and acquaint ances In Jeffersonvllle took placo from St Anthonys church on Wednesday morning and was attended by a large number of people He was one or the best known young men In that city and the profuse floral offer Ings evidenced the esteem In which he was hel1- 1Villimn II OConnell was suns moned to eternal rest Monday even Ing at the home of his sister Mm It Fahey 113 Stine Court Ills whole life hind been spent here and in busi ness circles he was recognized for his integrity and worth He was unmarried but besides his sister leaves n brother John OConnell The funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from St Philip Neris church Rev Father Ackcrman officiating at the solemn mass of requiem Last Saturday morning with a requiem mass and sermon the Rev Denis Murphy conducted the funeral services over the remains of Mrs Bridget Clasby the beloved wife of Michael Clasby and mother of Messrs Frank Michael Martin and James Clasby and Mrs John Cole man Mrs Patrick Howard and Misses Anna and Agnes Clasby Mrs Clasby was widely known for her kindly and neighborly disposition and it was with feelings of deepest regret that friends and acquaint ances learned of her death MANY JUISII HEROES The Carnegie yearly award for heroism reveals that people with Irish names are splendidly on the roll Twentyfour were awarded prizes and the Irish names ran thus William J linen New York City bronze medal Thomas F Mnhcr Boston bronze medal and 1500 G Farrell Somerset Mass bronze medal and 2000 James V Fnrrrll Somerset Mass bronze medal William J Higgins Boston bronze medal Thomas P Taylor Boston bronze medal Joseph Grady Now York sliver medal John BrynoK Brooklyn silver medal Loehlln M Whin Anniston Ala twentyfour I KNIGHTS ELECT OFIoICBUSII St Edwards Commnndery of the KnightsI of St lohn held the annual election of officers Monday night nttt St Anthonys Hall with the follow ing result Vice Financial Recording resident President Secretary Thomas Secretary D 1 UrnfII trnegerrrcnsurcrlolul J Schultcn CaptainJohn Picks First Licxtenant John Fox Second Lieutenant Mike Shun This commandery now linn sixty members and is in a flourishing con dition with nearly 5000 in its treasury NOTES ACROSS RIVER Bon Hinkebcin a leading member- of Unity Council and well known res- Ident of New Albany who some time ago severely sprained his ankle and has been confined to his home on East Market street is now able to- be out on crutches Tomorrow night the Knights of St Edward will give an entertainment at St Josephs Hall the big feature of which will be a moving picture show rn- a t 0 I oQ322 to i ii 98c 150 225 298 498 MarketStreet IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The Local Government Board has accepted the resignation of James Ollagan as Poor Law Guardian of the Newry District Union ITbe Wexford Board of Guardians a suitable presentation to Mlaa Adelaide Fitzgerald on the occasion of her marriage to More OFerrall The man James Curley of Bally neen near Gort who was reported by his friends to be missing has been found at a sisters place about eight miles distant It would seen that the sale of the jogan Ellis estate near Carrlckatce as fallen through The greater pardon of the soil is barren and unpro ductive yet the rents are enormous nous The Irish Times gives currency to he rumor that W II Kisbey who las been County Court Judge of oath und Armagh for the past wanty years has sent in his reslg nationThe excessive ruins have made a fuel famine inevitable in West Lim rick and North Kerry Already turf is twice as dear in the localities as at this time last year and it is expected that later on it will bj dearerA barrack has been estab lashed at Klllifiiio near Gort and having been inspected by Insncctor Flower has been placed in charge of thro constables and Sergeant Murphy who was stationed for some time previously in Gort John Kemp a Cavan man aged about twenifyfive shot himself dead with a revolver the bullet entering the center of the forehead and fracturing the skull The inquest held at Tyrourkan where the deed was committed was that the man was insnno About fifty men with horses and carts assembled in the Jlallintubber district on the farms occupied by the women who were recently released from ja51 for complicity in the Fohenaph cattle drive and com pleted the work of harvesting their seasons hay and turf During blasting operations at a cutting on the Armagh Keady Castleblayney railway a large stone hit the gable of a house in the occu pation of Mrs Donnelly near Keady with such force that it drove in part lofthe wall Fortunately no per sonal injury was done ITo satisfy a Chancery Court degree for costs in connection with the recent attachment proceedings against several tenants on the Kelly minor estate for being concerned in a cattle drive five tread of cattle belonging to 1wo men named Xniigiitnn tend Fallon of Knock nroghery were sold in IloRcommon by High Sheriff Dignan- In recognition of his services to the language movement a number oCI prominent jalway Gaelic Leaguers have presented John Hogan with n valuable gold watch suitably in scribal The presentation ceremony was performed by Mrs Costello a lady well known in Gaelic circles the chair on the occasion being occupied by the Very Rev Canon Macken Considerable Sensation was caused In Derry by the collapse of a substantial part of the old city rampart and sustaining wall Building operations had been begun in the street outside a new row of houses replacing the old which were built Into the walls face for support About eighty tons of solid masonry gave way falling to the street below Fortunately the laborers were off work and no one was injured James McDonnell who has been works manager at the Carroll to neco factory for the past four cars was presented on his departure from Dundolk with a very mndsome dressing case anti pair of old cuff links as a token of the good will and esteem of the employes of the factory The presentation was accompanied by a little address signed by Misses Annie Gogarty An thankIiingdirectionNEWS FROM BUTTE The Catholic Sentinel at Portland Ore says that Untie Mont has 0000 inhabitants onehalf of whom ace Catholics J 0 eeeeeee N eeaeeee- I i I I JAMES GREENE 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I Furniture Carpets Rugst Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES 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 can convince you that it is to your advantage to purchase here We would qualityfromalwaysbemarks every transaction In fact we 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 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 the most substantial manner finish and design perfect OeOe teNeeeeNieMeMeeeee4eeeee 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 I BRUNNI 530 We have the most located yards teams the best drivers and can what more could you ask I Only Local Dealers Creek 11 352 J F FOR and of All in city We also carry Early Fruits and and all market HEATS ONLY I I Reliable System nets SPENCER President THE JEWELER West Market Street X16 Per 100 centrally guarantee BushelsISCANLON COAL CO Incorporated Handling Original Straight FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET SECOND STREET SULLIVAN Manager SI6ADQUAI2TIC12FJ Dressed Poultry Game Hinds Season SpringLambVegetables firstclass products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS Established TIIE ON- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and Typewriting IIIacquisition COMMERCIALINCORPORATED SCHOOLIIPI1JUC ACCOUNTING nEPARTMENT I ntrHiTUaSp nctr I WHEN YOU JOBDone With BtWANTI DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phonis 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST I I H t t t t t t FIXE WINES CHA1TPAGNM AJU KOLJ3 I 345 West Green Street LIQUORS OXGAKI jf If UUNlU4 I 0 9 t flt r