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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTucKY IR1sU 1tI AMERICANr I VOLUME XIXNO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS UIJOLLY NIGHT Hibernians Were the Guests olr Division 4 at Their New Hall Initiation Was Followed Byr Social Session mid Good Cheer Worthy Clergyman Gives VoiceI to Encouragement of the Order 4 NEW OFFICERS ARE NOMINATED t Of all tho jolly nights in which Louisville Hibernians have taken part that of last Monday will go down in history as tho greatest up to the present time Division 4 Invited its sister divisions to assist in an Initiation and then treated all who assembled to an entertainment long to be remembered- It was the first meeting of Division 4 in Bcrtrand Hall Sixth street be tween St Catherine and Oak and the visiting members congratulated their hosts on securing such a splen did meeting place The attendance was unusually large despite the in convenience experienced by many in JJI reaching the hall It was the crown Ing work of Division 4 for the year 1007 and in every way reflected credit on President Joseph P Mc Ginn and the Entertainment Commit tee Messrs John J Barry Joe Lcnlhan and Dave Rellly A short business session was held and all bills outstanding were al lowed The following nominations for officers for the coming year were then made- President101m H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch v Financial Secretary William J Connelly Thomas Langan Recording Secretary Frank P Durkerreasurerliarry Brady Frank McDonough Sergeant tATms Robert Mitchell SentinelMichael McDermott These officers will be elected lat the first meeting to be held in De cemberJust before the initiation began former County President Patrick T Sullivan head of the degree team made a telling though brief address on the alms and objects of the order v Mr Sullivan was assisted by the fol lowing team David Rcilly James Barry James Coleman and Austin Walsh as Chief of Escorts Honors were conferred on the fol lowing class of candidates David Reilly Jr John Ansbro Carey Hincs Dennis Collins W J Bennett John R Silk and Martin Kelly Immediately after the initiatory ceremonies the meeting resolved it self into a social session with Joseph P McGinn presiding The honor could not have fallen into better p hands and he kept the fun going In I his usual adroit manner Very Rev Father Logan 0 P walII the first speaker He was thoroughly alive to the spirit of the occasion and gave the Hibernians a regular Irish hundred thousand welcomes to Bertrand Hall It was the first time he had ever witnessed an initiation and ho expressed his pleasure at all he saw and heard The lessons taught the candidates he said wero conducive to religion and to national spirit By following these lessons tho Hibernians will become better Catholics better Irishmen and better citizens of Louisville After the applause that followed Father Logans address had died r away State President George J Butler was introduced He expressed his pleasure at being the guest of Division 4 and congratulated the i members on their new quarters Mr Butler also spoke of the national convention which will be held atr Indianapolis next July and expressed the hope that a mighty club of Louis villa Hibernians would be organized to visit the Hoosier capital and take part in the proposed street parade He urged them to maintain Louis villas reputation for making a splendid showing on their trip abroadWilliam M Higgins was the nextR speaker and in his remarks compli mented the members on having with them Father Logan whose sincere remarks on Hibcrnianlsm were en couraging and deserved Mr Higgins e also expressed the wish that there would soon pile more of the clergy to show their appreciation of Hibcr nlanism Con Ford President of Division 2 made a telling address to the new members pointing out the advan tages to be derived trom membership in the A O Ii He urged all to be regular in their attendance and said he never know a member of the order in good standing who did not get sick benefits ExCounty President Patrick T Sullivan who had spoken earlier in tho evening was again called upon and gave the new members splendid advice for their guidance as Hiber nians Ho admonished them to be mindful of the spirit and feeling of the organization which fosters love of race and religion He said they ought to be proud of those who spread the faith and urged them to follow In their footsteps Harry Brady one of the veteran wheel horses of Division 4wtls the Mt speaker He said he was so pleased with the largo attendance the new quarters and the good cheer that he could truly say that he was glad to be there and that he hoped to attend many more such gather JfftSf An4 the jpeeoliC making was not the t A 1+ only feature The Inner man was treated to refreshments and there was vocal and Instrumentalmusic JJcforo the meeting closed the hope was expressed by many that Division 4 under the guidance of John H IIennessy would double Us member ship within the next twelve months Mr Hennessy did good work for the order in the past and his election to tho office he filled so capably sev eral terms will meet with general approval AN01HER CONTLST Mackln CouncI Nominates Its Officers For the Next Year Mackin Council club house was thronged with members Tuesday night all interested In the nomina tion of officers for next year President Ben Sand occupied the chair and when the Rev Father Murray of St Cecilias church was declared a member there was a great outburst of applause Announcement was made that all members who had been reported sick were improving with the exception of Clarence Zook who is still at the Mercy Hospital in Jef fersonvillc After the routine business had been disposed of the nomination of officers was gone into with the following result President Robert T Burke John T Kenney First Vice President Frank Lana hanSecond Vice PresidenlrLouls Kief for Samuel RobertsonI Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh H Q Hill I Fred ocuruLuryZahn Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal Carl Bartsch A Andriott H Cooper ShetzleyPatrIckBartsch Outside Sentinel M Andriott DuddyExecutive William Ice berg John Lynn Louis Kieffer I JIClines Vincent Fnlisi Albert Ham mererMedical ExaminersDrs A J DwyerFromthat there will be some lively con tests Mackin Council is now a great thereinIisI There was an almost unanimous demand for Ben Sand to serve another term as President which would have opposition ho believes the offices should as far mejIibersDIll NOT ACf Hibernians Will Nominate and Elect Officers Next Month Though many were present on Friday night of last week the mem tiers of Division 1 A O II deferred the nomination of officers until the next meeting which takes place on December 13 when it is hoped their haU will be thronged Realizing that next year will be an important one for Hibernians with National State and County conventions to be held the parent division wants its ablest men for officers The administration of President Uincs has been successful and satisfactory but his business duties are such that he can serve only tills term and another must be chosen for the head of the division The other offleers are excellent men and all who will accept another term oppositionNotices I veryimportantThe chair was occupied by Vice President Kllkclly and as only routine business was transacted an early adjournment was had ThaIt Visiting Committee reported that William Clares condition was still critical he being the only member on the sick list There was some talk among the members regarding the next initiation and an entertainment to bo given after the holidays nothing will be lone until after butII now officers are installed It been some time since Division 1 hasII had a reunion and the Entertain ment Committee will doubtless soon have a programme for one after ad vent SOUTH PARK DEATH Edward ODonnell Postmaster and one of South Parks most respected and influential citizens died Sunday afternoon at his homo at that place of cancer from which he had for some time been a patient sufferer Ho was fortyseven years old and unmarried and is survived by a sister Miss Margaret ODonnell of I brothelsJosephMJoni of Louisville The funeral took HolyName I OConnor officiating at tIle solemn respectbusinessPark and nearly all the people of the town attended the solemn obsequies RECOVERING I Tho many friends df Capt John H Weller former member of the gladtoII the stroke of paralysis he suffered sixtyIfivewere at first entertained but BO great has been hits Improvement that His now thought he will be able to be out again onMonday R- t9 I SETTLED I r Union EmployeR of Railway Company Blake Uncondi tional Surrender Defeated But Not Dishonored Mon Seek Their Old Places Rioting of MlNguldert Individ ual Defeated the Unions Plans THE PUBLIC PAYS THE FREIGHT I After twelvo days of serious incon venience to the public the strike of the employes of the Louisville Ran way Company was brought to a close late Tuesday afternoon and only after the unconditional surrender oh the part of tho strikers The sur render was brought about not because the striking relinquished their right tojoin the union but because a number of mis guided men who had been un fortunately allowed to join the union had attempted to destroy the com hazardthecarsIt has been thoroughly demonstrated that the attack on a Fourth avenue car Monday night was de liberately planned That lives wero not lost in the onslaught maid on the car seems littlo short of miraculous and it must be said that Chief Haager and his men acted with a great deal of forbearance in shoot ing over the heads ot the rioters Instead of shooting to kill Even then several rioters were hit by bullets and a number of policemen were struck by bowlders Be it said to the credit of the majorltyof the union that violence was lilt61tenanted and rather than oven Indirectly countenance disorder and wanton outrage the men voted to call off the strike and seek reemployment with the company as in dividuals Tho Kentucky Irish American is pleased that the strike is settled but It stands none the less for unionism It never will be backward In defense of the right of the workingmen to organize Neither will it ever countenance riot rior disorder Anarchists and anarchy will ever fiud a foe in the Kentucky Irish American Unionism in America does not mean license to destroy private property Take another view of it anti for tIle sake of argument grant that the strike was illadvised and disastrously managed are the mis guided wen who stand accused of conspiracy rioting etc solely to blame Did not the company menace tho public peace when it brought several hundred men here to take the places of the strikers These strlkebreaKcrs were not ex perienced car operatives but thugs and thieves imported for the purpose of creating a reign of terror They succeeded and became so very obnoxious that several were arrested on the charge of embezzling the faros collected and more than a hun dred were given hours to leave town by the Chief of Police Those strikebreakers while they looted were not only the pets of the street car company bit Mayor Grin stead elected by the votes of the workingmen union men if you will turned over the police force for the protection of these marauders from abread Atleast two and sometimes half a dozen policemen guarded these CITS The policemen were not to blame They were sworn guardians of the peace and had to obey the rders of their superiors They hail one alternativeto refuse and bex dishonorably dismissed from the force and police records would slims for all time that they had de serted in time of the citys peril Marshall Bullitt Chairman of the Board of Public Safety who after ill seems to be the real Mayor die tatctf what the Mayor should do and directed the work of the Chief of Police1 Inshlted by the strikebreakers hounded by the police perhaps be trayed by men they had elected to office less than a month ago It Is not remarkable that some bf the men lost their heads and incited riot I They were facing u long cold winter with tho cost of living constantly increasing They thought of loved ones at home who would suffer and perhaps die of cold anti starvation Work is scarce and the future loomed dark before them They be came insane and in their despair did not stop to count the consequences Poor fellows They are apt to suffer t now In earnest Some of them will go to prison and come out not better men but human animals who will believe the hands of all the world I are raised against them They are really to bo pitied The strike iit la estimated hiss cost the company at lleast 300000 or 25000 a day Perhaps this is a low estimate Its preferred stock went down from 114 to 101 and many of the small holders dl pnPll of their holdings The big stockholders were ever ready to buy and the day alter the strike closed the railway com panys preferred stock began to rise againWho suffered Surely not the big stockholders They will reap a harvest No It Is the public the tax pavers and the merchants of Louis rllle Judge Wheeler McGee la the Police Court stated that the city would be responsible for any damage done tothecars and quoted the statutes to that effect Erelong the city will be deluged with suits fort damage done to ears Tho people will pay the bill and the new GeneralI Council in making its appropriations and fixing the tax rate for 1908 will havo to take these projected damage suits into consideration The highest ellartermaybei The Kentucky Irish American has no personal quarrel with the Louis vlllo Railway Company no Individual grievance to air but it does bfjlevc that the public ought to be in Some manner protected from aJreoccurreuce of the evils that haveljust been brought to a close FRIENDS MOURNED 1hnt When They Learned James Garvey Wasj DeadII IJames C Garvey ono of thef best known and most highly respected young men in local Catholic and Irish circles fell a victim to drops and died Monday night at his home 758 Fifth street The funeral took place from the Cathedral of thti As sumption Wednesday morning and the Interment was In St Louis cem sorrowingfriendslast resting place s Mr Gnrvey born Inwas thirtyeight years ago LoulvUloII I I member of an old and respectedlrlsh II YJI1ngman I many years Later ho retired t15 ac copt a clerkship with the L INT- Iailroad Company where his duties 4edbyble mother tho widow of M J Garvey one brother David Garvoy and his sister Mrs JohnB Nadorff j Although his death was not unex pected the news was a great shock to his legion of friends Mrs Garvoy before her marriage was Miss Lizzie I Magruder of Lebanon and a member of ono of the best known families in that section I POPE PIUS Appoints Noted Dominican to Papal Mission at Munich Pius X Iris inaugurated an altogether new departure and a success ful one It is thought Dy selecting as his new Nuncio to Munich a German i in the person of Father Fruhwirth tho former General of the Dominican order The Papal mission at Munich isono of particular importance suite the Nuncio there is virtually intrust ed with the representation of the Pontiff throughout the whole of the German empire Until now the posi tion has always been filled by an Italian prelate who in most cases has been unacquainted not only yithI German conditions and a I German public men but even unable I to understand time German language Of course his work suifered in con sequence and the disadvantages under which he labored resulted in many differences and disputes that could have been avoided Father Fruhwirth who is about sixtyfour the AustroBavarlan yearsof age frontier was born onII is strictly speaking by birth a sub ject of Emperor Francis Joseph but Iima to all intents and purposes a Gcr I comprehendsltlaIlls appointment lies been received with great satisfaction throughout Germany und the hope is expressed that the popular approval with which the appointment has been received and the success which is certain to attend his mission will lead tho Papacy to make similar appointment H in other countriesII MEMORIAL FOR POLICEMEN I I Tho Itev Father Jonn P Chidwick Chaplain of the New York Police De sereteesdeceased members of the department on Thanksgiving morning at St Ambrose church Tenth avenue and Fiftyfourth street at which over 1000 members of the force assisted FORTY HOURS PRAYER I I The first Forty Hours devotions of the nev ecclesiastical year will be I held at the Cathedra beginning at the high mass tomorrow and eon cluding Tuesday During these beautiful devotions the fathers at nsslstIaneeI pected many will avail themselves of hOl1jeU1mUl1lon I dulgenceihI I I a S1iSS GERMANTOWN Was Scene of Grout Gntliorhi K of Gaud and Able Men rlflbmon Yore Honored GuestI at Splendid Social Sessidn itiu Doing Groat Work For Church CATHOLIC CHURCH IN OLD KENTUCKY 1 Germantown was the scene of a pleasant celebration Tuesday night when tho members of St Johns offspringthejoinedInShelby and Oak streets While the two societies are composed of Ger manAmerican Catholics the members invited several IrishAmerican Catholics to partake of their hospitality and those who accepted were so well pleased that they are willing to go again Amosg these RogersWilliamMcohan Eighteen years ago the St Johns Benevolent Society was organized in Germantown by the Catholics resid ing there and during the time that greatdl11has aided widows and orphans and has helped many of its members to buy or build their own homes The veteran members are growing upthoof years ago To that end the Columbia Athletic Club has been organized and the young men now have additional interest in the af fairs of the parent society In order to join the Club the young men must first be members in good standing of the Ibencvolcnt society A fc3 of ten cents a month is required of the athletic club members and when a theIwhich took place Tuesday night is arrangedThe business of the society was conducted with dispatch before the social session began with John Schalda as toastmaster Briefly Mr Schalda spoke of tho aims and ob jects oLSt Johnls Bonqvolcnt Society and of tho fact that by becoming a member a man became a better citizen and a better Catholic The isIweakHe called upon Attorney Newton G Rogers to address those assembled Mr Rogers is always instructive in his remarks and his address Tugs day night was particularly well received ills subject was Church and State He said that Kentuckians hind one particularly dominant trait of character love of home and love of the grand old Commonwealth The speaker dwelt upon the natural resources of Kentucky her immense forests and her hidden mineral wealth the gifts of God and he told of tho part that Kentucky Catholics had always taken in developing her resources The speaker told of the trials and tribulations of the early settlers of Kentucky a band of Cath olics who came from Maryland Their descendants have preserved the faith for more than 100 years and are al ways the leading business and professional men in thch State In graphic style ithe1 orator traced the history of Kentucky from the time of Daniel Boone never forgetting the didlieLouisville was tho second diocese created In the United States lIe spoke of the war of 1812 when iKngland sought a second time tc enthrall the Union At that time Kentucky was called upon to furnish 4000 men and at once 7000 loyal men rallied around the standard of the Stars and Stripes and followed Jaclc son to New Orleans and were with hint at the victory which ended the war Again in 1846 when troops were called for to defend Americans against the depredations of the Mexicans Kentucky was asked to furnish 10000 troops The response brought 12500 volunteers Into the field and these loyal fellows from the Bluegrass State played a great part in wresting that vast territory known as Texas front the Mexicans Referring to the part played by Kentucky in the civil war and ad mitting that her sons had fought both on the sides of the North and KentuckysIsaved the Union from threatened dis ruption In conclusion Mr Rogers gave a succinct account of the progress made by the Catholic church In Kentucky from 1775 to the present time Catholicity in Kentucky he said was something to bo proud and thankful for After the applause died away William M Higgins was Introduced and made a few remarks of a con howIT sessionGallev1tnefIrlsh American William T Meehan when called upon apologized for being late but said no trip was too far to walk when working in the intercut of a Catholic society He comnlimcntrd St Johns Benevolent SoBicly and the Columbian Athletic Club and said the two orgwnlnrttlons were doing great work and proving of fret as sistance to tin clergy He c Cll the member tt keep ups their good a I t 15 work untilcery Catholic man young and old In Gormantown was a member of the organijvtlon Meet I oldIColumbian Athletic Club was tpo werebriefvenerablofounderDodt spoke of the origin of the society and his connection with It and also recalled that he had been a member of St Charles the Great Society for thirtyfour years and of the Roman Knights of St John nearly ns long lIe bade his Irish friends a hearty welcome and told feelingthatgreat races in America tho Germans and the Irish Edward Iteiss present President of St Johns Society was the next speaker He said there was little left for him to say save that ho be theywereOther speakers wero lion Beckman first President of the Columbia Ath letic Club and John Abel the Vice President Secretary Ilrederman re poemlnPresident RelsS and his follow offi cers Messrs Zohe Schalda and Val zcr have reason to feel proud of the I entertainment both from n mental Duringthener was served and all present did justice to tho viands prepared EDWARD KELTY Capable Man Nominated For President of Trinity Council Trinity Council hall on East Gray street was thronged Tuesday night and a very interesting session was held The fact tnat officers for tho ensuing year were to be nominated attracted many to the meeting who had not attended for some time past goodfeelingports worn received from various committees andcommunications read and those that will be submit ted next month will show that Trinity Council has enjoyed a most successful year Tho building fund has been largely increased and with the opening or spring it is expected active work will begin on the new home Trinity ruminated officers for next year conferring its highest honor Edward Kelty who was the onII imous choice for President years he tins been one of the most active spirits in the council and wlll I bring to his office an executive ability that augurs well for the glvenihePresidencyappreciated1 by his friends who arc pledged to make next year a record breaker for Trinity The othera nominated are also well known and capable young men They President Edward Kelly arcII First Vice President Dr 0 1IBeutell Jr- Second I Vice President John sum van Sr Frank Pllson Recording Secretory George Kirch dorfer Joe Maier- Corresponding Secretary Ellert MillerFinancial Secretary Clem Kllcrt J Robert Goeb- elTreasurerJames B Kelly I Marshal George Kirchdorfcr Joe DeckmannII Executive Committee Bernard 1 Morthorst Frank Pilson Dr B JILammcrs J J Driscoll N Hubbuclt Jr James B Kelly Vic Eckcr A F MartinAfter the election preparations w1l1JJ be made for the installation + which is an event of unusual interest to the Catholics of the East End HEART TROUBLEJ I I Proved Fatal to Priest Who Advocated Socialistic Ideas IPress reports Wednesday announced I tho death of tho Rev FatherIThomas McGrady formerly KyIItsand after an illness of heart disease from which ho hind been a sufferer for several years Ho had been con fIned to his bed In a Catholic hospital for three weeks prior to hits death Father McGrady while pastor at Bellevuo developed such strong So cialistic tendencies that ho was reproved I by Bishop Maes This led to the priests resignation from his pas toral duties Ho then traveled over tho country lecturing on Socialism He refused the Socialist nomination for Governor of Kentucky and alooI of President of the United States During tho past two years little hind J been heard of him in public His body will bo brought to Muirs StaI tion in Fayette county for burial He Is survived by tho following brother and sisters Hugh and Miss Alice Mc Grady of Muir Station Sister Elvira of Newport Sister Celsa of Nazareth I and Sister Leala of Owensboro RICK QUINN QUITE ILL Rlqk Quinn ono of the best known business men In Louisville and with a host of admirers In every part of tho city Is seriously 111 at his homo ot Seventh and Oak streets Ills condition has taken such an alarming turn that his friends fear the end is not far oft Mr Quinn his been prominent in Democratic politics but was rover a candidate for any om e Ho has boon foremost in charitable work and yet his charity was never ostentatious Those who know him be t pray that ho will recover from his present Indisposition II DROP MASK r Secretary BlrreUs Game of Humbug Played Out In Ireland Has Not Succeeded in Deluding the People of the Country Thinly Veiled Threats of Coer cion Will Knit Divided NutiouallMtH DUBLIN CASTLE APPOINTMENTS ittIrelandwith a certain feeling of satisfaction tho petulant speech of tho Chief Secretary for roland delivered on Tuesday night at Southampton Sec rotary Birroll it says has not suc ceeded quite as fully as he may have anticipated in deluding the people of this country He does not seem to have quite forgiven the Irish for their audacity in rejecting his probablyhbthe game of humbug iis played out in this country and that he find the Ministry of which he is u member must assume some new role Up to the present they havo posed as pntronising mado nebulous promises of Irish reforms but shirked the carrying out of them and now Uirrcll finds a very plausible excuse for the broken promises of his party It is the cattledrivers that arc the parties really responsiblethey and the magistrates who refuse to send those wicked men to gaol So long as these misguided people persist in their conspiracy to have the big cattle ranches broken up and divided among the holders of congested and uneconomic holdings so long will Birrclls kindly intentions toward this country be thwarted- It is assumed In some quarters that this speech of Secretary liirrells forecasts some return to the old weapon of coercion It would indeed bo well to have the cloak off the Liberal shoulders and let us see what stuff these friendly statesmen so liberal of promises arc really made countrythink poortimorousmitted to us by IHrrclLln lleaofthe homo rule bill we had been led to hope for confirmed the disbelief in Liberal bonafides which had grown up during the year we had been kept generalelectlon donment of Irish National claims completed time process of disillusion mont Now we have thinly veiled threats of coercion Let it come Greater men than the Secretary have tried that remedy and been beaten powerInent proportions hut coercion would have one desirable result It would knit the sadly divided Nationalists of this country into one solid phalanx to oppressorsWo Freemans Journal certain letters including one from a member of the Irish party complaining that in the official appointments made by Birrell from Dublin Castle Irish Unionists have secured most of the plums and Nationalists and Catholics have got pretty much the same portion of cold shoulder to which they have long been accustonVoci It is not pleasant to notice an Irish Nationalist member of Parliament joining in this rather whining protest That kind of thing might be left for the office seekers Coming in the same week as tho announcement of the appointment of an exmember of Parliament and member of the Freeman staif toy a County Court Judgeship it is cal minted to affect the stomach of the rankandfile Nationalist down in the unquesUonaUlo appointingUnionists vacancies since they took the reins in Dublin Castle is in itself a proof that their affection of popular sympathies l is a mere sham They too are afraid to trust the people and as there arc not cnougn DcvoWttlon givethecrowd Let us have coercion by all means It will be better than humbug It will lot us see what class of people wo are dealing within it will put an end to place hunting It will reunite the Nationalists and stiffen their y backs Against an open and avowed enemy Also i will lead as coercion has always led to another era of reform and conciliation 111 AGED ENGINEER DEAD John P McCann believed to be the oldest engineer in Kentucky died at his homo in Lexington Tuesday night sad was buried from St Paula church in that city Thursday afternoon The deceased was eightyeight years old and spent nearly nil his life in Lexington Ho ran the first locomotive on the old Frankfort and Lexington railroad the Oldest rain way in the State He was wel known and highly respected in thl community in which he lived- RECOVERED It will be welcome news to hip many friends to learn that Prof Ei Morbach who bail been 111 for rihJ nlybe FNlUCKY IIUSH AJ Ie2dC1A1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of Bit Irian Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered it the Uulivllle Pottoltlee as Second Clasa Hitter Address all CommuDlcatloDI to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 weal Oree Stt looisv1 3019011It THKKKS A DIFFERENCE that there iifi It Is common rumor a great lack of harmony between Govcrnorelect WUlon and Mayor irinstead Tho belief seems to be eeneral that crc long there will be between the two an open rupture Orinstead was not factions Mayor nominated on his own popularity forced on n but his nomination was Fustoulst convention Ifyl the followers of Oov fcradley and Mr Wills n Mr irlnstcad won his nomination by less Ithat half a dozen votes His onIthe floor most bitter opponent Was Marshall Bullitt Now Mr Builltt is Chairman of the Board of Public Safety and the man behind1 the M3yorat the City Hall After having won the nomination Mr Grlnsteadmarginby a narrow election hull1 thewould not have won it not been that he was swept J K Will msI by the tide of Augustus popularity Even then he trailed Iin several thousand votes behind Mr Wmson bids fair to remain the most popular of the two Ills irs public It might be termed his first official utterance IfoR refusal tallow displayat theany unnecessary inauguration lIe givesI two reasons his dislike of pomp and tho depleted appropriation for the State Guard Mr GrinsteadK initial act was toI take the police away from their ordinary duties to protect the prop erty of the Louisville Hallway Com pang and destroy llabor unions lIMKA Volt SCII KAN Quarrels among members of theI General Council of the city of Louis villa are of llttlo wonder to us under orldnnry elrcumstancos but the row that Councilman Albert T Sohranz precipitated seems to bo at leas worthy of note Tt may be that i will be worthy of Investigation Tuesday night Councilman Schram- offered a resolution not to take away any privileges onjoyed by tho Louis villa Hallway Company but merely providing for tho appointment of a committee to see If It had a ninety nineyear franchise to operate on Louisville streets This resolution was tabled after a short debate and Mr Schranz was hooted down Tho resolution was simple and in- Offensive and It Is understood had the approval of City Attorney Richards t No harm could have come of the adoption of the resolution Let us have the Investigation and perhaps do tho public n furor I TIDE IS TURNING According to Government and press reports the tide of immigra than 1 is turning anti while more than 100000 people came to our shores in October as many more went back to Europe It is also stated that enough vessels can not be found to send back nil who wish to leave the United States Why is this Students of social and economic problems have not been able to answer They are unable to say whether better conditions arc prevailing across the water or worse conditions in America Jt is at least a healthful sign for both sides of the ocean Those who leave America will carry into their former countries American ideas American goods They will advertise American markets and in crease our commerce Those who are coming in will supply the brawn if not tIle brain of those departing and neither Europe nor America will suffer by the exchange 0 When judge Asher Graham Caruth died Monday morning a brilliant and honorable career ended and Louisville lost another of her most valued citizens Judge Caruth was born in Kentucky nnd since IBM he has been prominent in Louisville Ills record- t tho bar in Congress and on the kench and his private life were such as to win for him the confidence and respect of the mtisBes of the people who aincerely mourn his death Possessed of a tender heart kindly impulses and ah unfailing good nature charitable and benevolent the poor and unfortunate of tho city have lost a true friend for whom they will offer many a prayerII Christmas is coming nust live nnd thrive and celebrate Ike others Please do not wait for our collector to call upon you Send in tho money by messenger or mall It will be appreciated Now that Republican Willson las arrled KCMuckysays the JLtnuhch Democratic Timesflit Tjjr a question of time before som- eu4astof his party wHJ bopn hm for the Republican nominationI for Vice President Nay nay Willie Kentucky justly looks upon Gusi Pillion as Presidential Umber agiilnst which your little wircnsmH I will not prevnll You helped elect him Governor mud should not desertt now One of our exchanges says WhenI wo sec a man In public known as 1al Catholic who Is a Catholic In tit o true sense of the word wo aro proudi of him but when we see n man iInI public claiming to ho aCathollc andI who Is a disgrace to tho Catholic church wo nro disgusted Tho Ken tacky Irish American Ihas frequently given vulva to the same sentiments The Invitation accorded several1 local IrUhAmcrlcaiiH to attendl a-i celebration given by local German righut direction It is now in order for- the Hibernians to invite sumo 0 f their German brethren to a soda1 session It is time we were gettln learntothertThe American people have just awakened to the fact that the pros ent socalled financial panic sea precipitated by the lVall strce t gamblers in the vain hope of influ caring time tone of President Roosc yells forthcoming message to Con gross It was n desperate game butI stock gamblers are accustomed to that sort oV thing An atfompjb has been made in New York to abolish 1ho singing of Christ mss carols in the public schools This seems to be noses to the daily papers For seventyfive years o more tho Catholic church it huttretreligion out of the minds and heart peoplez TIll Itoehester Citizen declare those who are so foolish as to with draw their gaviiigs from Kinks andI put them in serrated place about ph their homes or elsewlfqre deserve noI sympathy should they bo deprived I t of theta by sharpers or burglars Iffi the banks woro weak in this section they would have suspended long this Senator MeCreary term of service as United StaUtvs Senator from Ken tuck duos not expire until March J 1000 Gov Beckham who has the nomination to succeed him retires from the Governorship On December 10 rod will therefore be a private citizen n little over two years If Mayor Grinstead and his Hoard1 of Safety are as alert and forceful in guarding the citys interests as they were in putting down the street ear strike they will insure reclcotion two years hence But will they be Before you begin your Christmas shopping carefully scan the adver tisomonts In the Kentucky Irish American It will pay you CONSISTORY Unla ely That New Cardinals Will Br Named In December The Holy father has decided to hold a private consistory on Decem tho ber 9 Thursdayfollo vIn December 12 It is extremelyl unlikely that any new Cardinals will be appointed on this occasion though there Is reason to believe that another con sistory will bo lucid before next Easter at which seven or eight of the vacancies in the Sacred College will be filled ohready Rome two or three days before the consistory at which he will receive the hat lIolyFatherChlcsa as Archbishop of Bologna in the Sistine Chapel- SODALITY RETREAT Preparatory for the Feast of tho Immaculate Conception which t this year falls on Sunday December 8 a YoungLadieswomen of the parish conducted by the Rev William R Dunn O P will begin next Thursday at St Louis Bertrands church This feast day alyays an important event at iaII Dominican church and Is with elaborate and impressive core monies ENAMEL FOR STOVES lInstead of blocking tho stove each week buy tea cent stove enamel whit lasts a long time all It re wires isa daily wiping off with A lamp cloths and look much better than lackingI II SOGIEfY i ar George Kraus has returned from Mt Sterling where he visited his daughter Mrs Paul McKeuna Steve Toomey has just returned from French Lick Springs where he had been on n en days vacation Yard T Coleman and wife have re turned from Frankfort where they spent Thanksgiving visiting friends I Mrs Fred Flanagan who spent a few days with relatives in South Louisville has return d to her home in Covington Miss Curl crime Bryan of the West Knd has been having a pleasant visit at Qovington the guest of Miss Virginia Martin Miss Jcssta l1Ilthof Corbln ar rivet here last week to visit her cousins Mk H Marie Merimee and Nlr Hay in Clifton II Mrs lKdwnrd Corcoran of Frank fort is spending Thanksgiving wctok In Jnffersonville lill the guest of her mother Mrs Joseph VillInuin Mrs Minnie V Bosche entertained doi lightfully hospitable manner the favors being both unique nnd hand some111x5 Mavine Keeder of Twenty sixth and Alford avenue a prominent member of the West Knd social set will spend next month visiting friends in New Orleans Miss Mary Elizabeth Vernia and John II Ilusson were united in matrimony at Holv Trinity church morningrlagtis s uuu1erougrejoiced to that 1IIhe has almost entirely recovered from the indisposition that has confined her to her home for the past week V enjoyings u sojourn at West Baden oblivious to the inconvenience occasloivM1 by th street ear strike lucre and the stringency that prevails in fiiinnciiil circles Thomas J Inrvey who was called here 1o attend the funeral obsequies of his cousin James Oarvey lef Thursday for Iuducah where h holds a remunerative and responsible potion I I Ih and Mrs Too JaglowSc Thomas Kenney and Mists Maeme Rita and JCVill Keaney were members rQf a Thanksgiving house party at- i time homo ofProt and Mrs A II Hart at St Marys i flSKIlrv Stewart 2124 Bank YoungLadiesnight whose friends astfembled ins large numbers and enjoyed a nest delightful entertainment II Among Iho oiitftflown guests at time Quirk Finnegar nuptials Wednos tiny woro Martin Hibbitt of Indian fclLaughlln Madison and Joann Quirk nnd wire of Chicago III Ihee friends of Mrs 1 Kininet Smith of 1710 Portland avenue will be pleased to learn that she is recover lug from an attack of nervous neuralgia from which she hns been a Sufferer for several weeks Vord humus been received luau that the stork in passing over Chlacgo this week deposited a pretty baby trirl at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred J Crowley The proud mother isms formerly Miss Bee Milnrkey of tins city Tho Youmr Ladles Euchre Club ot tho West End will be entertained next Tuesday night at the residence of Mss Bessie Fischer WIG West Malt The friends of the members aye invited nod will receive hand some favors II Palrick Mooney one of the pro Iprittlmx f f the Lcfand Hotel and prominent in all that pertains to the r prosperity and advancement of Lox ington stopped over for a short visit with Louisville friends while en route home from a pleasant sojourn at Wast linden Springs Jacob Busch of 1129 Milton street celebrated the christening of his first son In royal style last Sunday Tho baptism was performed at St Eliza beths church Rev Patter Absent officiating The child was named George Mninin The Godparents pro George Busch and Miss Carrie Lachor One of the prettiest of the weeks weddings was that of Miss Mayme Dutt and Ben Webb solemnized nt then Church of Our Lady by the Rev BreIgathering of friends was present to witness the ceremony and extend congratulationsBen the wtoll known and jolly New Albany traveling salesman who was seriously injured eight weeks ago and has since tbocn confined to his home 1005 East Market street has recovered sufficiently to again icsume his trips He is ore of UnityCouncil The wedding of Miss Laura Louise Murphy to George A Perry will be solemnized on Saturday morning at 0 oclock at St Louis Rcrtrands church The bride is the daughter of Cornelius Clay Murphy Chief Assistant City Assessor Mr Perry is ono of ho best known young men in tho city and for years has been prominent in railroad circles 5fr end Mrs John J tarry entertained Wednesday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary at their residence 033 West St Cath crime street Those present were Misses Marcella Mcagher Kate Mc Aughan Catherine lllnes Anna OKe foEthcr Osterman Abbic Chester Mamie Abble itnd Margaret Jlennessy Messrs p J Gleeron Andrew J Meagher crank J Burke Pro V FallsF Thomas Cr Berry i f c Guy Osterman William D Chester I Mrs Winifred Hcnncssy and Mr and Mrs Thomas M Marry Vocal ajid instrumental selections were rendered by Miss 1Esther Ostarmau Miss Abble Chester and Prot Frtllsl A very pretty wedding took place at St Cecilias+ church Thanksgiving afternoon when Miss Mattie Martin the attractive and popular daughter of Mr nnd Mrs William J Martin 2527 Griffiths avenue became the bride of Charles P Ticrney Quite a number of friends assembled at the church to witness the ceremony and showered tho couple with congratula tions I IPaulI Edward Rodmant and bride who was Miss Edna May Burgess are expected to return today from their honeymoon trip and afticr Monday they will fbc at home to their friends at 1021 First street Their marriage was solemnized last week at the Dominican church and wa onu of the most elaborate of the many that have been witnessed there thisfall- III Sffrrounded by many rleiuls out1 relatives Miss Mayme Murphy and folm J Carroll were unltVil in the holy bomix of matrimony on Thanks giving day at the Churcli of Our Lady In Portland Rev Father Connlff pronouncing Uic words that united them for lifeBoth ore popular and wellp known in society circles and their union is the culmination of a court ship begun soon after their child hood lays I IlIss Emma Fischer of IM30 West Main street will be hostess to Ladies Aid Society of St Columba church on Monday evening Dccem her D These Indies have been doing a splendid work for their new and pretty little church oil West Market street and they appreciate the kind xass of Miss Fischer who has rc retied several valuable prizes to be contested for at tin entertainment Jial evening I A wedding at St Patricks churchl that attracted more than usual in terest in Irish Catholic social circlesI this week seas that of Miss Mary A King and James M Short The ceremony was performed by the jI Cronim1ry1 and preceded a nuptial mass After the dcreniohy Mr and Mrs Short loft on a trip through the West The bride is the daughter of Mr antiI Mrs John King Mr Short Is en gaged In busines in the West End tI friends and admirers as sumnble at St Georges churchI Wednesday afternoon to witness the Ltnlucttr coree mony being performed iby the Rev George Weiss Owing to a recent bereavement in the brides family all display was omitted and the Wed ding was a quiet one Immediately following the ceremony the young couple loft for the East where they will spend their honeymoon andi after December 5 they will be at home at 2110 Boiling avenue II fOno of time seasons prettiest wed dings nt Shelbyvllle was solemnized l t mcationtf Iardstown Icd ii55 Clara KaltenI baeher to the altar Rev Father John II Bile performed the cure mony After a brief visit to relatives of the bride at 1 Kvansvllle Mr and M u Hall will begin housekeeping ir Shelbyville The bride is one ot that citys most popular girls and Mr Hall is Maid of the construction de partment of the Sholbyville Water and Light Company The marriage of D Oliver Potton formerly of Portland but now lo cated at Globe Ariz and Miss Sadie jEarl one of the prettiest girls In tile West End was solemnlcd Thanks giving day at St Cecilias church the FolIlaviugwas an eloquent wedding feast and I titIhonmesecond and Griffiths avenue after fotArizonar future home Tiny carry with tjiem the bpst wishes of a legion of friends for a long life of happiness and prosperity With n nuptial mam at 0 oclock EugenOIlothigerunited in marrlngu at St Cecilias performi0gmany friends of time worthy young couple Edward Hettgor brother of time groom acted as best man and Miss Frances Gruber tho brides Bis ter was the bridesmaid Messrs John Bltlel and Claudo McDonald wbre the ushers Both bride and groom have been prominent in the I younger society set to whom the new of their marriage came as a I weddlnlIi wedding trip to Chicago where they have relativesi CELEIHIATK TOMORROW The St Andrew Society of St cymlebrate receivingholy7 oclock mass This is the first organlzelinbeen in existence for over half a century Included in its membership are sumo of Louisvilles foremost professional and business men DEPUTY AT LARGE The many members of the Young Kentuckyjurlsthe appointment of George W Lawo President of Memphis Council and a member of the Board of Grand DI- rectors as Deputy at large for the entire order lie has just received notice of his appointment as a mem ber of the committee ot five that will have the revision of the ritual I in charge I PULL FOR OCONNELL Lawyers all over the State want William B OConnell retained as a deputy in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals Petitions are being signed in all the county seats and forwarded to Napier Adams the now clerk Deputy OConnell has proven an efficient clerk and his friends would like t sed him re I tined x KNIGHTSI OF C011UW I 1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where I TiptonIndI Next year the council at Logans port Ind will erect a home of its own- ii Ixmlsvillc Council will hold its on mutual election of officers ou Wcdncs day December 4 v Many councils held inltintloiiH Thanksgiving duty large classes mak ing the pilgrimage St Paul Knights gave their hall to pariAhror atsMassHlon Ohio iis fitting up will embrace 0400 feet of floor space lomurru + Xaivoisvllle ana neighboring councils will III Jcl a joint initia lean and add a large number to the Ohio membership Titullilell at Yaliiishn lInn which numbered 144 members was increased to 200 by tho initiation on Thanksgiving day Oswego KnightH are talking about holding a great charity bull In the new Stale armory for the benefit of St FrauelK1 Home recentlyinitintdhiii iuvl nerved by the ladies Iltahop speakersVivo hundred people wore feasted at tho banquet that followed the recent initiation at Duluth Minn when fifty ninu names were placed upon tho rolls of tic council there Auburn Knights celebrated Thanksgiving day by conferring till second degree on ninny candidates crouch ti ing with a social session for Which n fine programme had been arranged The first annual reception and boll of Hcnnopin Council at Minneapolis on Tuesday night was largely attended and from a society standpoint eclipsed anything witnessed there yearI degree was conferred on a largo class nt Syracuse last Tues day night Many Knights there attended tho Church of the Assumption bazar Monday night when Roc Will mat Tvyer Chaplain of Syracuse Council delivered an address n CHURCH IN CHINA stabllshed Before First Set flcmcnt In United States But few nonCatholics are awaro of the fact tint the Catholic church was established in China in 15S9 eigh tteen years before the first settlement in time United States in lames town by a Jesuit Fattier flied It has now over n million communi carts There are over 53000 Cath olics Chinese and representatives of various other peoples in Shanghai alone sixtyfive Catholic churches and chapels within fifteen miles radius of Shanghai a college till young men amid a convent school for young girls a famous meteorological observatory in care of the Jesuits the largest hospital in the Orient the General Hospital in charge of the Sisters of Charity hut free to all without question of race or creed all in that city The church there is now enjoying a steady growth and its great work is appreciated by hot h Chinese authorities and people V01IK UXUEK WAV tilports from Hodgmivilluay that the workof transforming the fern surrounding the birthplace of AIbra pognIIIIIlIgI years to have tilt proposes buildings ready fur dedication 0A IU Velinnn a well known sculptor of New York lies been selected to fashion tillI bronze statue of Lincoln that will adorn tic park Thus far MOOOI I has hecnsuhxcrihcd for the park mid subftcriptioim are stillI coming in u ItllllKI AT XKW UAVKX rMrs Mary Alien Hagan thirtynine yours of age wife of C W Hagan carpenter died suddenly Tuesday night at her home at 1410 Eleventh street Her death was due to an attack of acute pneumonia Mrs Hagan was able to attend to her household duties until Tuesday when she was stricken Besides liar hums baud she is survived by six children The body was taken to New Haven h hot fornior home Thursday morning for burial START OFF RIGHT Time Ieoplds Restaurant mynow venture nt 309 West Markets street opened Its doors to time public this week viiml patrons found everything new and uptodate and a menu that included the best the market affords Messrs Ioolos and Alcxjou ere the proprietors and they have associated with them John Clark who Is well known In Louisville fraternal society circles They say that those who try them once will cull again J XOTED VISITOR The Right Itov P J Garrlgan thu ISjrestingISj Garrigau was elevated to the episcopacy six years is t mostforcctknown as one of the l J pulpit orators in the American 1I hierarchy J 1HSHOPSI M Onefifth of nil the Bishops In the a church now belong to rellglouw orders that of St Francis heading thto list with thirtyseven The Society of Foreign Missions come next with thirtyfive The total number of Bishops Is about fifteen hundred There are five Dominican I Archbishops and thirteen Bishops i 11 AMONG IRISH EXILEStJ t t To aid in buildingI a missionary college In Ireland the Rev Father STEWART DRY GOODS CO Duilncs KsUblished Sixty venial r EwfroaEllesrtr EBac Ie UNDERPRICED SPECIALS IN YOUNG MENS SUITS 1000 Young Mens Suits in an assortment of smart patterns single or doublebreasted styles one and two suits of a kind former prices 1500il1650 and 1800 750Young Mens Suits in Fancy Cheviots and Cas simeres strictly all wool values 1350 1500 SOOll Young Men s Suits in singebreastedstyes mostly 10 and 17 sizes former prices 1000 to 1500 to clean up broken lots they are specially priced at 500 BOYS SUITS 400Our special Norfolk and Double breasted Suits allwool values 500 and 600 BOYS OVERCOATS 400 Russian Overcoats value 500- HANDKERCHIEFS Main Floor SPECIAL HANDKERCHIEF VALUES ATTRACTIVELY PRICED FOR THIS WEEK Womens Handembroidered Initial Handkerchiefs in + a sheer quality Special at 5c each Sheer Alllinen1 Narrow Hemmed Initial Handkerchiefs regular 15c valueSpecial at lOc eachtpSheer Crossbarred Initial Handkerchiefs extrafine quality regular 25c value Special at 15c each Large variety of Embroidered Ill Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs in an assortment of neat patterns regular 25c values Special at 20c each STEWART DRY GOODS COIN 1- tt CONNECTION WITH JAILS tNICAEEIY fc d KV YMKT INCOHPORATED nn THANKSGIVING SPECIALS CONTINUED AT LEVYSMens and Raincoats for1075 Boys 5 Suits for 350 Levys Special 1 Soft Shirts for 75c Levys Speciall 3 Hats for 245 Mens and Boys 250 Shoes for 193 Gooduntil store closes Itonight I C Be THOMPSON FLORIST ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS KJ2 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction IluaranteeltIRobert McNeel is now In this country and for the purpose a great concert under nearly a hundred rominentcitizens was YorkCitymissions among tIle Irish exiles and thu need of the college in tine mother country is greatly felt- 1OSTIONEII I The reception and entertainment that wait to have been given by Branch 4 C K and L of A at Ber tram Hall last Tuesday night in honor of the Advisory Board was postponed on account of the streetcar trouble At the next meeting a ilate for the visit will bo set and the result will be that the men and women of Limerick will arrange for still greater celebration EARNEST CIIUKCH IlUILDEK When Archbishop Patrick J Ryan came to Philadelphia in 1884 there were Ibut fortyfour Catholic hurches within the city limits There are now ono hundred an in crease of almost three for each year tf tho venerable prelates admlnlstra ion There wa i almost a jcbrres pending increase Iin the number srected throughout his archdlocese + a 7l1c 7 GHU L EY S Monday and Tuesday Evenings NAT GOODWIN Wednesday and Thursday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee t45 Minutes From Broadway Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinees TUB HA t1 TREE HOPKINSThe Ideal Family Ihialre- WKKIvI OK UKCISMURK 1 The Great Orpheum Show i 11ttA Ladles Souvenir Matinee and Amateur Night Next Friday Childrens Toy Matinee Saturday I ALL SEATS RESERVED Matlnti 1015 25c Night 10 20 30c I Ytoo JFOR + I N Furniture Of all kinds It at the lowest prices r I It j Go to t- I I WM F MAYER T I tt4 419 W MARKET STREET I I 54- All tho new Pall Styles and shapes can be found hero nt reasonable prides Office lloun Home Phone 9to4 611- 7ti nDRrJJ FRANISULLIYAN DENTIST 739 FOURTH AVENUE HENRY MOLD DBAZKR IK Staple and Fancy Grocerle- A FIRST ROOMINOld Whistles a Specialty Htf e43M 540 W WALNUT r J I IG1 TUCKV JL1ISH 1aC FFairfieldFI Ky m MJ BANNON Prts It Mgr SAAAAV P BANNONJRVlce rlrle9rrH Secretary WVVVVS Treasurer F Bannon Sewer Pipe Co Salt Sewer 4- Baanons PatentLlddedpPl a for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBtEPIIONBIS73 WORKS i3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth- TLBPIIONB 2833 AL iA1A 4++44++4t 4 a1N t+ +++f+4 + + + ++4i4e- a Oran W1 Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furaahed for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 1D1 Funeral Directors and Embalmers l tBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS I All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night J 1231 WEST MARKET SITREET iI 44d + + + ++ + +H+++44++ H + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S BSast Ixatn Street- E f J TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crd81 STREET811n THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 36B A All calla promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for alt oocailona 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL M FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JcftC1I9nvtneInd4 F apnvatehpltalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients nre admitted Rates very nor onable For further partlculare apply o MOTHcR MARY REQIN flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jcffenonvllle led M dive year boys as edncstlon that will prepare them lor life ST XAyiERS COLLEGE 113 W Brna4ayLol1tK Conducted fey tfeeXaverhia Brothers Claadeal acientlGc and B 9iseM Crane PreiiaratorT De partmentLr eSwtsstinPnel I 11Nq al e r iriBs J wk Hi Moderate Bro lame rMt 4 R B BANNON Glazed PETER M AIDRIOTSON WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing lid Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HEIHYUPULSi1 JI P U DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED + n AIaS21 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS E1CHANGEL- OUIS f WA8NITZ COH Pripriitifs 339 FIFTH STREET U HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes At the elections to be held next month 8000 officers are to be chosen Only one meeting will be held next week that ot Division 4 on Wednesday night St Paul Milwaukee and llutte Mont each have divisions with over 100 members I I IEnrr Hibernian in tin city should try unit attend llvlslon 4s initiation InightIsession of Division 4 will held Monday night begin ping at 730 I clock The Hibernians of Hartford Conn will have a big bazar at the Audi torium next week and expect to re alize a great sum Division 2 of Syracuse gave a very biicccKKful grand hall last week and realized a nice 4111111 for thw benefit of the Hibernian Hand All of the State and county officers of the order in Rhode Island at tended the concert and dance of the Ladles Auxiliary at Providence The Ladles Auxiliary of Water bury Conn celebrated their tenth anniversary at the City Hall About a thousand people attended tho func tlon which is an annual affair and looked forward to by many people ot the city National Director Moran and Na tional Editor Haltfgan will address public meetings in the interest of the Order during November and December In western Maryland West Virginia New Jersey and Pennsyl vaniaIt estimated that 2000 delegates and liiOOO visitors will be in attend puce at the mnonnl convention at ndianaiKls not counting the military bodies that will attend the national encampment of the Itibii nian Hides Three hundred members attended the anniversary celebration of Divi stop 1 of Washington when there was a discussion of the report of the committee concerning the build ing of a central home for all the divisions of the National capital Maurice Donnelly has been made Chairman of the general committee that will arrange for the entertain ment of the national convention at Indianapolis Four members from each of the seven divisions In Marion county constitute this Important body Division 1 A O ILof New Albany 1 anhonnces n double euchre and ccuption for Its members and friends next Tuesday afternoon and night at Holy Trinity Hall Ninth and Market streets Louisville avid Jeffersonville Hibernians are car gool1ImtimeThe annual reunion of St Louis Hibernians attracted a large gather ing Judge ONeill Ryaii presided and addresses were delivered by the State Chaplain Rev Father Dempsey State President Patrick R Fltz Gibbon and others Resolutions were adopted requesting the teaching of Irish history in the parochial schools Division 2 of Washington will shortly put Irish history in St Aloysius and St Patricks parochial schools The school authorities it is said are only too willing and it is the inten tion of the Division to purchase the books Gold and silver medals will also be offered to the students of Gonzaga College for the best essay on a certain period in Irish history the medals to be presented at then college commencement AWARDED GOLD MEDAL Miss Nellie McDonoughi the bright and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Tames McDonough 1301 Kkin avenue New Albanywas awarded the gold medal for scholarship at the New Albany Business College last Monday evening Miss McDononifh was also an honor graduate of the New Albany High School isltwa of 3090 She is now holding n rennon leadingfirms MAKE IT PERMANENT As Tax Receiverelect H II McCul loch who was elected on the Repub lican ticket was unable to furnish the amount of bound required by or dinance the office was again turned over to Thomas Shelley and his depu ties The only drawback to this transfer is that Mr Shelleys reign will not be permanent as It is con ceded on all sides that he made the best Tax Receiver the city ever had and had an office force of deputies that could not be surpassed WHAT OOC1IRAN SAYS oil have always thought said tourke Cochran in Washington last Saturday that Mr Bryan is the most honest man in the Democratic party His recent statement only goes to prove it A more astute and designing politician would have ratted until just before tho conven tion to announce that be was in the race Not so with Bryan lie is so honest that ho blurts it right out without waiting l How about Bryans suggestion as ito thq platform That too shows that he is the most honest Democrat of this day Otherwise he would have waited for the convention to meet before mak ing the platform ANSWERS DEATHS SUMMONS James Quinlan a Veteran of the civil war and for many years a re spected resident of this city died Monday night at the residence of hU son 1234 Twentyfirst street from tho effects of a stroke of apolexy Mr Quinlan was sixtyfive years of age and was a native of Ireland lie came to America when a boy and first lived at Birmingham Ala At the close of the civil war during armYIhewas a letter carrier in this city bub on account of ill health was unable to work in repent years He is surd vived by a widow a son and a daughter The funeral was held Wednesday morning from the Sacrea Heart ohurohf and among thellarge number SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISiOf L Meets oln the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month ClinesViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- FinancialI Secretary P J Cusjck I CourthouseTreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 eets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T financial SecretaryJohn T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings ot Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainresidentJames Coleman Vice President Pull Covannl MorrisRecording Secretary John Financial Secretary Joln hessian 1714 Baird street TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sergeant nt rmslhoma Noon DIVISION t Meets second and fourth Mondays Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McLl liott Recording Secretary Frank A Burke Financial SecrctaryW J Con nelly 1700 Seventh treet TreasurerJoseph IU Lenlhnn SergeantntArmsHobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JKFFEKSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third TaeMljy at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Constan tineresidentJohn Kennedy Vice Presdenth Coyle Recording SecrerryT OHern Financial Secretary K Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall Mf Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole y iwr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eveni gs at Club Souse 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben JandFirst Vice President John T Ken- ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Joseph J HancockTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphus Andriot Outside Sentinel G urge Bartsch present to pay homage to his mem ory were ninny members of the Grand Army of the Republic in which the deceased had long been prominent KNIGHTSS OF COUUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Concord Council of Boston cele brated its tenth anniversary with a banquet on Wednesday night The two councils at Syracuse have appointed committees to arrange fra second fortyfives contest The Entertainment Committee hUD in preparation a dance to be given during the Christmas holidays to take place at the Womans Club Next Tuesday at Syracuse Hie first LeMoyneCouncilclass will receive time second Several councils will send bowling teams to the national bowling tour nament at Cincinnati next March There is material for a good team in the local council The three degrees will be excm pUlled for Dearborn Council at lawrenceburg Ind on December 1 when the initiation of its second class of candidates will take place CONVENT IJURNED IFIre which started early Saturday was swept by a high gulf wind through Bay St Louis Miss burning to tiro ground everything in its path and ccauslng a damage of about 200000 St Josephs Convent one of the most famous institutions of its kind in that section of the South was totally destroyed and the Catholic church and parsonage were also burned NOTHING DOING Distress Jane I saw the milk man kiss you this morning In the future I will take the milk in Jano Twouldnt be no use mum Hes promised never to kiss anybody but me LIVELY He was a goodnatured German and his face fairly beamed as he walked into a drug store The first thing that caught his attention was an electric fan buzzing busily on the soda counter He looked at it with great Interest and then turned to the clerkPy golly he said smilingly dots a tamd llfly squirrel vot you got in dare dont It THIS IS HIGH High buildings sir remarked an American contemptuously Why in England you dont know what height is Lust time I was In New York it was a blazing hot day and I saw a man coming out of a lift wrapped from top lo toe In bear skins and I said to him Why are you muffled upon a broiling day like this Waalhe said you MS I live at the top of the buiklta and its BO highl that its covered with snow all the year round L = z IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The weather lit many sections con times wet and foggy and some of the crops are looked upon as being practically lost A great public meeting in support ol the Irish Parliamentary party was held In Ardeo last Sunday Sptclal trains were run and addresses were I delivered 1by Messrs William Field Timothy Harrington cold other Na tionalists I From the ileit district of County nvnn comes a report that a sum of 8500 in gold was found concealed in one of the walls of the public house in ilcngevlln formerly owned by the late Councillor Coxgrove Humor has it the money was secreted over fifty years ago rite first drive in Westmcath took place on tthe lands ot Killngli on tin estate of Jon Fothcrsionhaugh About fifty vat tie were turned out mi the roads and much excitement prevailed The police arrived on time scone and affected the wrest f seven men SeveralI more arrests fire epoctd to follow Kilns Porter of Knookaturloy died in the Monaghan County Infirniurv as the result of injuries received in some unknown mannerI He was found just outside the town of Monaghan with numerous severe cuts about the homl A than canned Fnincis Duffy has boon arrc ted for connection with the deed TIlt dead bodyof Thomas Me tighedallowth cut to pieces Deceased had loftL Drogluda by train for Dublin to visit time exhibition and it 1 Is pro Mimed that on returning he got into the wrong train and was carried1 to llowth How ho got onto tin rail vay bark is a mystery I Tho death tools platt in Dublin f Viscount lormanstown nI C MI i in the seventyfirst year of h- istlie had a stroke on Saturday and never recovered consciousness Doteased was the fourteenth holder of time title Premier Viscount of Ire petrHeserved in the Indian mutiny tam paignPatrick llrady a ganger on time Great Northern railway near Cnvan was decapitated by nn engine while engaged in shunting The deceased who had been complaining of giddi ness was standing on the sixfoot way as an engine approached Ho fell forward suddenly on one of tho rails his head being completely severed Brady wits a sober and trusted servant 1 Dr Johns Sellars Coroner for North Ioutli held an inquest at Cnrlingford to investigate the death of Thomas OHanlon who was found dead on the public road After all juryfoundcaustd by fracture of Ithe skull nod oMfor injuries accidentally sustained ly falling from time railway brilgo at Mullalti o on the public road With feelings of deep regret we announce the death of Thomas Fitzpatrick at Ohill Doohamlet which sad event took place after a wry bug and tedious illness which ho ore with Christian fortitude lie lied fortified by the rites of the Catholic church of which he was a devout member The funeral was I he largest soon in time district for a wig time and testified to time esteems in which the deceased and leis family wore held Hy the death of time Itev Father Morrin tit Naas which occurred after a lingering Illness in his seven ttyeighth year tho parishioners have i ost a kind and devoted minister Deceased was educated at Carlow I nppolnted1ohldiocese Thence he proceeded to his native diocese of Kildarc and Leigh I Iin Afterward he ministered sue urbornughJlalllnginlill ame to Nails While John OUrien and Joint Dun ea road contractors at Ballyporeen were driving on a side car down the Old Quay at Clonmol one of the men apparently pulled tire wrong rein and the horse and car and its occu pants were plunged into the river There was a swift current running and the car and two men were car ried aibou fifty yards Messrs John and Denis Longeron a boat hauler named Rickctt Sergeant Daly Acting Sergeant Vaughan and Constable Brown pluckily dragged the men horse and car out of the water Dunlea was none the worse but OBriens life was extinct lid was about fifty years of ag e EUGENE CARRARO DEAD Eugene Carraroa prominent Ital ian and one of the best known saloon- keepers in the city died Thursday morning at his home Third and Green streets leaving a wife and five children to mourn his loss He was forty years old and his death followed a short illness of dropsy Three brothers Louis Carraro of Cincin I nati and Frank and Charles Carraro of this city survive him Popular In business circles and liked by all who knew him the news of his death was a shock and caused widespread sor row The funeral will be held this morning at 9 oclock from the Cathe dral POrULAll YOUNG MEN I The Five Pals Club will entertain with a dance on Tuesday evening The club Is composed of five popular young men who can be depended upon as high class entertainers and are as followers John Kessler Clarence Preuss George Pfeffer Edwurd DeFbrrester and Melvin Shim MON8IGNOR SETON WELCOMED Mgr Robert Seton Archbishop of Ilellopolis the popular American prelate living In Rome arrived back last week after a four months vacation epent in the North of Europe principally in Norway Sweden and Denmark Mgr Seton has been heartily received by his many friends In the Eternal City tenevelent FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JNOOr PORA nD Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KV Cumb Phone Haiti 1913 Home Phone 1913 T- HIDWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS 11r Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity fclreagth and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED DY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 XOUISXILIJI JCV Telephone 209 HOURS8TO6 noon PABST BEER H ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TIDLIIFHOI TID IOSO Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts IIu ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ONSALE EVERYWHERE NOME PHONE 7569 CUMB HONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET ASK FOR DIERSFINFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN FOERTEL COINCORPORA TII- DBUTCHERTOWN t BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUJSVfLLE KY 9VNDAYSI DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work doni lor the least monty Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as wt advertise All work guaranteed DR H1JJCOUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE Iri42 FIFTH STREET HERRMANN BRCS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whlakiec especially PEARL OF NELSO BOTTLED IN REND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Stro Independent of All Undertakers iTHLADY r Washing and Dressing Endirs an Children a specie V Office 626 W Stt Catherine Bbth Phones LOUISVILLE KY F cj S That frost or freezing weather does not affect ithasnotbeKentucky Wall lastBrCOJIJC- ORPORATItD BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlso ter Plant JffiVrKbnville Ind Phone 655 + fINES LIQUORS CIGARS p VALS SALOON VAh LESTEiiP Ir ever+ reorniny ernfi fhg9- n 12t8Onr1ni4 r kI ltiiNIvc JItL18H E11i lElliElLtt 7 1 uu DONT FORGET THOSE I AWAY FROM HOME SEND THE I 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 l I v FOR 100 PER YEAR YEARirClearance Sale To Make Room i FOR BIG SHIPMENT OF SELECT HOLIDAY PIANOS Owing to the fact that we have placed a very large order for HOLIDAY PIANOS and expect them in a very short time we now offer at an exceedingly low price for cash or easy payments if desired the following well known makes slightly used WILLARD Upright 165 KURTZMANN Upright 150 SCHUBERT Upright 195 ARMSTRONG Upright 170 ELLINGTON Upright 155 THEO GREEN Upright 145 The Largest Piano Stock in the South r MONTENEQROR1EHM MUSIC CO Incorporated Bfl8Or30 FOURTH AVENUE STRIKINGquality nt exceptionally low price Is the trade maxim nt Mulloys Tea nnd Coffee of never vary ing quality delivered IRKSH to your door SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR soc 45cexcellent MULLOYCOFFEE Q14 S r MARKIDC STREET g o ww tr o FREE PREE FREE BEGINNING SEPT 2 A EurekaFlycas as long as they lost will be given in sack o- fEDINGERS EUREKA FLOUNon Better Made Except 10 cent 15 cent and 6 Ib sacks In addition to the premium tickets which are redeemable for valuable articles at our office Get a flyer for the children S8s8888t me GHas fie ROQBPS BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE GIve vs a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the citytBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUSI ARTICLES EVERY DESCRIPTION ltreetAk i A SPECIALTY each QlF QUICK MEAL RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged the best gas tut in the market They cook quickly b ke excellently andon account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new Imp ovements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made bur 1907 contractbefore the advance in prices of all iron goods we areble to I sell at old prices 1 GEHER SON ZI7 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND LARGEST AND BEDSTi X IN THE CITY UNITED LAUNDRY Incorporattil COj HAND WORK GAS GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 4 BOTH PHONES 1188403732 I T No SHEPARD Pnaldnt MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR REEL Ie WHEN YOU WANT JOB PRINTINGDons With Nentneae JkpjIipatchj Cftllat Thii OAicr 1 of 00trytclr i 322 to 18 328West o WestMarket MarketStreet 0r t rt3 + 0000000000 J0M22sQNMARKET lNCORPOItATFoD I Wood to Burn New Goods Just Received Beautiful II- IIIIIIA large shipment of woodto burn Designs has just been received The designs are distinctly new and by far the most I that wo have ever had the pleasure of showing The outlines are clearly stamped the wood pure white flaws and the articles are made In a strong substantial manner These goods are on sale at prices nll worth investigating 312x8 Ovaland 5 12 inch Round Plaques price each 6x10 and 7x8 12 Oval and 8 inch Round Plaques price each 7x11 12 Oval and 9x12 Ob long Plaques price each 11 12 Round PlaquesI price each 7x9 12 Picturei Frames price- each 8x10 inch Picture Frames two X kinds price each m 12x16 12 Oval PlaquesI pricei ffl each 13x19 Ovall Plaques price I each 0000000000 0000 FEAST OF ST CECILIA I I Father Brady Arranges Pot r a Pitting Observance TomorrowII Tomorrow will be a great day tot many Catholics of tWo West End lot the reason thfct llcv Fathers Brady and Murray have arrngcd for an elaborate and impressive celebration of the feast of St Cecilia the patron of that church one of the oldest in the city and soon to be replaced by one of the handsomest church cdl fices in the diocese I The celebration will begin with the solemn high mass at 1030 oclock In the morning when Kev Father Leo Grenfich the eloquaut pastor of St Anthonys will preach the sermon That there will be a large congrega I tion at this service there is no doubt Tiro choir will be largely augmented and will render a musical pro gramme prepared especially for the occasionIn evening at 730 oclock there will be solemn vespers and benedic tion and a lecture by Father Leo Tutu choir will render another splendid iliusicall programme and It is expect ed that a large number of the local clergy will assist at the services and occupy seats within time sanctuary Father Brady and the congregation extend an invitation to the general public to participate in the celcbrii thou which will equal any that Haut yet taken place ut St Cecilias MACK1N COUNCIL I I Confers Degrees and Re1 cetves Seventeen Addi tional Members I Despite many oostacles nearly 3Kl nembexs assembled 1uw day night at the club louse to witness Mackln Council confer the degrees on sewn teen candidates and bring the nVcni bership up to 500 President Uen Sandoccupied the chair and dispatched the business in a most satisfactory manner All were pleased to see Andy lust and Will Sltnugh iHHsy with the council after an 1b1 sence of a few months The work of the degree unlit was the best yet seen and was highly appreciated by the hundreds present President Sand announced that the annual mass for the deceased men bcrs of Mnckin Council would be Melebmted Sunday1 morning at St Cecilias church at 7 oclock anti rill who can were urged to approach holy communion i Next Dun chny night the nominaLJ tion of officers will take place the election to follow in December Thus far there arc no announced candi hates but the impression prevails tint lieu Saul will be given another term despite the fuel that he has declined to allow hifr mime to be putt forward lie has made a splendid executive and therefore If he con uPluHi1tlonejunlly faithful and if they desire they will be reelected This huts been u very successful year for Mackln the council hiving largely Increased its membership and swelled its fi meow to such a figure as to put till organization practically out of debt and this notwithstanding the largo amounts expended for sick and death benefits and charitable purposes The Visiting Committee reported that nil the sick members were improving Thursday night a splendid midiencc assemblecV to hear Dr Krnstberger H lecture on the prevention and cure of tuberculosis which was both in teresting and instructive and at Its conclusion ninny expression of ap preciation Were heard FOIl ST PATRICKS DAY i Tomorrow afternoon at 330 oclock n meeting of the County hoard Com mittee and prominent Hibernians will IMS held ht the residence of State President George 7 Butler Twen tieth street and Portland avenue to hear reports and make further ar rangements for a great celebratlftn of St Patricks day March 17 next It Is bopefl airwbo have been invited will attend this meeting KNIGHTS AND LADIES What promises to be the event of the year for the Cdthblic Knight aad Ladle of this city will take place Tuesday night at Bertrand 1ff ll adjoining the Dominican church when JlraMck 4 win Iflve1n entertain t 5cl lOci 15c19c 19c1 25cl25cl 35clOO 000000 Lowly 5 12x7inch Picture Frames I price each 13xl9inch Ovall Plaques1 I price each I each 18inchi Round Plaques price I Fancv and Glove Boxes I with extension top and bottomI each Waste Baskets price I each 10x25inch Picture FramesII four openings price each 4 l2x 11 12 Sewing BoxesII price each 8 ntout and reception in honor of UIIJ Advisory Iloard and a large numbe of invited guests The Liinerid branch is ono of time most progrcs slvc in the order and it is not ncceV wiry to say President Michael Mc Dorinott and his associate officer Will provide a good time for all who attend Every branch in the city oil be represented and sonic of the toes speakers in the city will deliver short addresses SILVER JUBILEE Father Jansens Congregation Present Him Fine Automobile Beginning with the high mass lass Sunday morning the Itev Father H W Jansen for twentyfive years pastor of St Francis de Sales church tt 1aducah and the people of Ills congregation celellgra ted his silver jubilee with Triduum thanksgiving services which were concluded Tues tiny evening Bishop McCloskey lion rcd the occasion with his presence oiulnetlnt confirmation services nl tlw first mass and celebrating tit hIgh mass In the presence of a mint her of clergy fwd a vast eongrega loir In the evening llev Fathw A A Lambert of Chicago lectured or Woman Hit Society to an audience that ipacked the Kentucky Theater Monday 1 end Tuesday morning muses were celebrated by Bishoj ScCloskeyand Tuesday nighl Father JIJiimluTt lectured Intill hurch oni Science and Revelation Tuesday was the twentyfifth mv ilvernary of Father JnmtauV pastor lie and receptions wore given him jy the congregation In the afternoon the tSIslers anti pupils of St Garys Academy rcwslvcd him In tit ivniglitH of Columbus hull anti that light the congregation and personal meads of the priest also greeted him The congregation purchased for hint a big automobile as father Jansen laid1 frequently expressed de light o+ er rides around the city and iumerous other costly gifts were irusentcdyto him Father Jnnsen t- trittysixyears old and a native lit Louisville lXALJ SCJ XII I MisA Margaret Morlarlty who was compelled to undergo a delicate op oration aV Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital has returned to her home 131C Wept Broadway where she Is making nice progress toward f covertV i Oil Old FASHIONED FAIR The ladies of St Anthonys Hos pltl Seeing Society who will glv3 an oldfashioned fair for that Insti tution in January will hold aspO clnl meeting at the hospital tomor row afternoon to which many prominent Catholic gentlemen have been Invited As the work of theso good ladles Isjndat commendable It Is to he hoped all will respond to their Invitation THEATRICAL Tho bill for next week at the Mary VndcrKoii is replftft with comedy anti will lentos lovers of high class vnudc ilk XeW faces will be seen in nets lot presented In this city before Mr Mantel comet next to ifacaulcys and will present four rent Shakespeare rotas Richard nr on Monday + night Macbeth jn Tuesday night Shylock on Wedncs lay afternoon and King Lear on Vedneday night The Masonic offering for next reek will be The Awakening of Mr PIpp a play that has always scored i big hit here This year new songs md specialities have been added and the production equipped with few scenic effects Miss Anna Chance vlll assume the lending feminine role An imposing array of vaudeville alent has Been selected for Thanks riving Week at the Hopkins The list ncludes such wcll known tentertain irs as Kelly and Vlolette the fash on Plato singing duo Charles connrd Fletcher in character stud ies of Mansfield and other noted ictors the International Four acrobatic comlques Phil and Nctt etcrs ia Louisville pair who are tJ ippcar ut home after an absence of ivo years the etching Brothers ircaonting lOA Garden of Music Tptncs F Macdonald a amdun comltf pea eomedlan Manelotls Gecr European equilibrist and other artety t rlofequal abilityand fltDel 0 322 toi328West 05 0WestMarket Street Priced 15c I 45c Q9 50cil Handkerchief 45cll50cll i 75cll95cl 0000 TURKEY DINNER Grand Bazar For St Pauls School Opens NextiTuesday Amid a blaze of light und handsome decorations the Thanksgiving baza r for the benefit of St Pauls nev school just erected by Rev Thomas York will be opened to the public on Tuesday anti from the advance salt of tickets there will be an immense attendance eveyy aJibornoon find night but especially on Thursday when u big Thanksgiving turkey dinner will be the feature Children will be ad mitted free every afternoon and the ladles will then enjoy a coffee social For each evening an excellent pro gramme has been arranged and sonic lucky person will be awarded 20 ii gold All tickets arc numljcred und on tire last night there will be a drawing for a fine cow and on ele gant diamond ring A Series of euchres will take place nightly and they should prove very popular I1f there tire a largo number of handsome prizes to be awarded There will be a number of pretty booths and refreshment stands presided over by the ladies of that wee tlon who promise to make the time puss pleasantly for all who skit them This bazar will be uptodate in every respect and will furnish IIi number of amusements that orig inated in the East anil have not yet been tfeen in Louisville A better place to spend a jolly Thanksgiving day will not be found and all who patronize this bazar will be aiding nt noble priest In a noble work The school building Is located on Jackson street between Kentllcland St Catherine and is well worth a visit TRINITY COUNCIL Nomination of Officers Next Tuesday Nlght Excites Interest The foot thatI Trinity Council i M I will nominate officers for the ensuing year next Tuesday night lotsl excited considerable Interest among the menibers and as a result there promises to be sonic spirited con tests for the honor of holding office in this popular organization The at tendance at tit meeting this week was unusually large despite the street car trouble and bad weather In the absence of 1rcsident Cook ling the chair was occupied by ex President Martini and there was much good feeling over tic report that only one member Harry Kirch dorfcr wan on the silk list but win progressing town rd recovery I When tilt KiitirtalmmMit Commit tee made its report there was long continued Applaiiwi overI the an nouncement that another handsome ndditton to tho building fund had been placed in the treasury Thus tar the efforts of this committee haw been crowned with success and they expect to break the record with the Thanksgiving tve euchre and dance for Which every preparation has been made Tuesday night It developed that argo numbers of members are op oHed to meeting on xnesday nights and next month an amendment changing back to Monday nights will so proposed This will enable the nemberw of Trinity to visit the other falls Cities councils without missing heir own meetings KxState President Albert V tfartln was called upon and respon1 sl with a ringing address in vhlch 3111 itself upon the necessity for mrinonlotiK anti united action in the ranks of the order now making vo test progress In its History Till speaker congratulated Trinity upon its work during the past year and urged Its continuance This course lIe declared would Jntreasc their numbers and enable them to complete the magnificent homo the foundation for which and been laid be ore tits time next year OM GUARD REUNION Stephen Dunignn acted as host at olcunlonI of the Old Guard Club Ine night this week serving an cl1logant supper to the members Those present were Messrs Steve KcKlliott W J Connelly Thomas Jamplon Wr ChawK Dave Iteilly John MeXahmra John Winn and bus Mann Toasts were responded 10 tiy every one present and itwar difetertnlned to Take the reunion an ititiual affair JAMES GREENjI 425 421 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET I FurnitureCarpets Rugs Stoves Ranges LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS StsaveovesIIPeninsular Smoke Consuming Direct Draft Heater I Burns any kind of fuel keeps fire all winter Its one of the most satisfactory and scientifically constructed heaters on market Price 1ii eter Large double fuel doors Air tight ash pit OUR PRICE firm bowl foot rails urn and and top ring wood or coal fuel doors ao t 1 II PROGRESS OAK f Large nickel keys I burns large Prices Aoo i 5 to 850 i JIllv HOLIDAY JEWELRY Come around and see our complete and handsome line of Jewelry for the holidays You can make your selections now and on the payment of a small deposit we will reserve articles for you until later Unexcelled line of 1RingsBRTJNN THE 530 West flarket Street 16 Per 100 BushelsIWe have the most centrally located yards in the city the best coal the bet teams the best drivers and can guarantee the most satisfactory deliveries what more could you as- kSCANLON COAL CO HitMJMJiHii Only Local Dealers Handling Original Straight Creek FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARTERS I8 OR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISTILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY ERVesIQ THI- LLEATHER oiA UAC ANBENSNK10vLotantucyix a I EttaMkbcd Reliable Sntea ans snasF- resldut JEWELER THE ON- LYSHOE POLISH MADE IN THE SOUTH + FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Shorthand and Typewritingas taught at this institution is a v acquisition to any person A stepping lrableIto success Secures the best Spencerian graduates are always in 1rHOOltPOuaue AcconNTING Tuner Burli A DR J T CHAWK9 Veterinary Infirmary and- Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered t OFFICE AND 913415 SEVENTHBoth Phones 2399 FOROE ST 3s ++ IIXE whYE6 AL OBAKPAOI 345 West flreen Straet LlQtJoaa l- C 1 1