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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t d J- ll i KENTUCKY IRISH 1MERICAN I i I IOUjME XXINO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1908 PRICE FIVECENTS II fAITHfUL l J Servants III Lords Vineyard Arc Called to Final Jteward Beloved Priests Laid at nest by Sorrowing Friends This Week Dominican Order Loses One of its Old and Popular Members FUNERAL SERVICES ELABORATE Two priests well beloved in the Palls Cities and viuinlty were laid in the grave this week Both were of Irish parentage and were both earnest workers in the vineyard of the Lord The Rev Father Michael A MeFeely 0 1 now sleeps in the Dominican cemetery of St Rose in Washington county Kentucky The llev Father Stephen Donaghuc rem s beside his former preceptor the eluted and lamented Father Audran In the Catholic cemetery in Jeffer sonvilleFather MeFeely was born In New Orleans on March 16 1845 lie re ceived his early education In the Crescent City und later attended Spring Hill College Mobile Ala Prom that institution ho entered the Dominican novitiate at St lose near Springfield Ky and was ordained on Assumption day 1870 Ills early la oar were spent in the Dominican congregationchurch on Seventh street He re mained until the present church of St Louis Bertram was erected Later he was sent on missions but from time to time returned to St Louis Bertrands To him Louisville was home and when stricken with paralysis five or six years ago he came to this city to await the final summonsAlthough his hair was white and he had lost his former vigor it waKI not his sixtythree years that aged Father MeFeely and brought about his death It was hard work on the missions braving the blasts of winter mill the heat of summer sit ting in the confessional eight and ten hours a day nnd preaching and instructing twice and thrice a tiny Yet he iivvqr complained He was ewer the SOggarth fboii lie Jloved the boys of Limerick and he loved the men of the St Vincent de Paul Society and of the Holy Name Society There Is not n family In Lim erick that does not deplore the death of Father MeFeely The end cause at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon 1aralysis and dropsycombined caused his death The remains were brought from Sts Mary nail Elizabeth Hospital to St Louis Bertrands church Sunday afternoon where they reposed until Monday afternoon when they were taken to St Hose for burial Sunday afternoon and night there were con tinuous streams of people who went to take their last look at the dead priestSolemn requiem mass for the repose of his soul was celebrated at St Louis llertrands church at 030 oclock Monday morning Many priests from other parishes in this diocese occupied seats in the sanc tuary The llev Father Flood 01 was celebrant of the mass with father Kernan as deacon and Father Christmas as subdeacon These with Fathers Clark anti AVInn 0Pchanted the office for the dead The funeral sermon was preached by Father Clark prior of St Louis Her tram convent who paid a fit tribute to the deceased Dominican A num ber of the parishioners accompanied the remains to Springfield where they were Interred Tuesday morning Father Stephen Donaghue died at Bradford Ind sixteen miles north west of New Albany last Friday morning He was rector of St Michaels church there and had beej In ill health for several months The deceased was born In Jeffersonville ihirtyfour years ago As a boy he was an acolyte for the late Father Audran He completed his studies for the priesthood at Indianapolis and was ordained June 8 1897 He served as assistant rector at Terre Haute and Richmond before going to Bradford Hard work was responsible p for the ailment that resulted in its death Ills remains were brought to St Augustines church in Jeffersonville Sunday afternoon where they reposed In state until the hour for the funeral Monday morning The memo bers of the C K of A and A O H alternated as guards of honor during Sunday afternoon nnd night Rev Father John OConnell cele brated the requiem high mass and the final absolution was pronounced by the Right Rev Denis ODonoglme Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis The Her Father Francis J Gavisk of Indianapolis preached the funeral sermon Fortysix priests were In massFathery his aged father Thomas Dtjnaghve and Us sister Miss Mary Donaghue who were visiting relatives at Elwood lad when they were notified of the death of the son and brother UPHOLD KENTUCKY STANDARD John Fallon Frank Martin and Tan DrlscpH all of St Johns parish and all studying for the priesthood will return to St Charles College jEIlicott City Md September 8 Each of these iuntmelis upholding the reputation of Kentucky for piety and schmerehi LAst yearw8sFranl Martin first term In eollcfrek He made two years in one led his orig G fi 5 m anal class and the class he jumped into carried off six prizes und in his examinations made a percentage of 100 in Greek 100 in Latin and 99 In FrenchDougherty McElllott hnd charge of Father McFeelys remains and Mr McElllott went to St Rose cemetery to supervise the Interment Among old friends of the deceased Dominican who went to Springfield were Timothy OSullivau Michael J Walsh iDennls J Meagher Thomas Hines Chris Schneider James Mgr risen Joseph Cole Dr Charles Edelen Miss Mollie Collins Mrs Alice Hagan and Mrs Mary Maloney LADIES ORGANIZE Will Help Entertain the Delegates to Supreme Council The lady relatives and friends of the Y M I In Louisville and New Albany are working hand In hand with Mackin Trinity and Unity Councils In the effort to make the visit of the Supreme delegates to Louis ville a pleasant occasion They had n preliminary meeting at the home of Miss Ida llaicly Twentysixth and f t 1 A Main streets and organized in n businesslike way A number of committees were named to arrange certalnTletnlls and judg ing from the enthusiasm displayed the ladies will play a very Important part In receiving and entertaining the guests Several surprises have been ar ranged In the wayof decorations Any ladies In Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville Interested in the- Y M I and who desire to assist In making the Supreme Council enter tainment a success arc invited to make their intentions known to Miss fda Rnidy 2538 West Main street HONOR DEAD Locomotive Engineers Are Ever Mindful ofThelr- Brothers Aside from what they do for time living the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Arc never remiss in curing for their dead Last week Rob ert W Martin was scalded to death lit Kirmingham Ala as the result of n blowing out of n cylinder head His einains were sent to Louisville and from here transferred to Rowland JCy time former home of the deceased where Robert W Martin Sr still re sides There the remains were tenderly laid to rest in fliepresciice jf his agcd fatlier aiyl anany foimcr atacquaintances nut the people of Rowland were not the only ones who showed their sympathy for the aged father There were engineers from various parts of the L and N system comrades find chums of the deceased who ac omnanlcd the remains to their latresting place and all are well and favorably known in Louisville leorge S Ray E L Dudderar Tunes A Dardis Frank Toest Frank B Lindscy James T Van Arsdalc amid John W Fcatherstone In sonic one of the ninny States the Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers Is each week called upon to carry out that corporal worlofmercy to bury the dead TAX ON BACHELORS Will Be Mayor McCarthys Plan to Help Rhode Island Mayor Patrick J McCarthy of Iroyidence R L has no time for either bachelors or old Wilds He be lieves tha tthe bachelors should be taxed for the support of widows and education of orphans lIe made this statement to National President Daniel A Duffy of the Irish Cath olio Benevolent Union when time lat ter was in Providence and the re cipient of n reception MayorMcCarthyI would tax every bachelor who is over twentyfive years old and I would tax him heavily The tax receipts I would Have go for the support of the widowed and time orphan The home should be the supreme idea In the temporal life of a min ahd around it should cluster nil his alms and ambitions Young men should not providingfor responslbUItbring up children although the earn ing capacities of daughters is the greatest factor in sonic households Young men have no good excuse for w1111thcfamily limit if young men will evade their duty to society they should be male to help support helpless women and dependent children There are 100000 bachelors in Rhode Island and as many single women Out of 100000 girls every man ought to be able to find a congenial matrimonial mate LARGE CLASS OP NOVICES Seventytwo young ladles took the veil at Notre Dame Convent Mil- Waukee on Tuesday nail Wednesday The number of novices was BQ large that they had to be divided Into two classes of thirtysix each WILL LAND JOB Hon Frank Daugherty of Bards town has announced his candidacy for Commonwealths Attorney of the Tenth Judicial district pf Kentucky For sixteen years he has served his party as Circuit Clerk and County Judge Judge Dougherty is popular anythingghe HEARTILY I Were American Sailors Given Vclcoinc by Catholic Australians Cardinal Moran Speaks Words of Encouragement to Navy Declares English Subjects Are Indebted to American Athletes EXHIBITION BASE BALL GAME A cablegram from Sydney New South Wales Australia dated last Sunday tells how the pallors on the American fleet observed that day The weather was delightful and lO Omen and 131 officers of the United States navy attended the Pontifical mass at St Marys Cathedral At the service the Hear Admirals lesser officers and bluejackets to the num her of 1000 were present Cardinal Moran presided supported by seven Hishops amt numerous clergymen Matthew C Gleeson Chaplain of the Connecticut officiated und Uelalnys mass in F was rendered by an nug niented clfoir from the Cathedral After the service the American sailors marched to the Town Hall where the members of the Catholic Benefit und St Vincent de 1nul so Lietles lid prepared a banquet for them Enthusiastic crowds lined the route Cardinal Moran presided at the banquet and on behalf of the Catholics of the Commonwealth ex tended with all the warmth of his Irish heart the Grad mllle fallte Proposing n toast to time American nation the Cardinal said The great nation you reprcscnj stands before the world in modern times as the fearless champion timid standard hearer of civil and religious freedom If the Catholic citizen h In Australia treat Britain Ireland India South Africa and Canada is free today from the fetters cf oppression nnd of penal laws that are an hi ilellible blot on the statute books of England lIe 1 Is Indebted in a great iiifusuru to tins moral influence of the United States The triumph of emancipation is only one of many in stances in which Ireland has ex perienced the beneficent results of the influence of your great republic Therirhrir still mnnV grievances to be redressed may we not hope that that scone beneficlent influence shall long continue to make itself felt the better to obtain for the motherland of many of your citizens the healing measures which she needs and that the first fruits of salutary influence be such that con tentment prosperity and peace may be associated with the triumph of home rule which Is a prized heritage of the Australian Commonwealth Mayevery succeeding year see more closely1 cemented the ad umnntine bonds which unite your great nation with ourselves as allies friends and brothers may It ever be the aim und effort of jour Republic to attain the highest and most en nobling ideals to which a Christian iivilization can aspire that thus the manifold triumphs which await your flag mummy at all times be associated with the glorious cause of justice honor pad truth During the afternoon rival tenors played n gamine of ball which was at tended by 40000 Australians THEY HATE US Sheridan and Sullivan Are of Same Opinion of English A correspondent of the Dublin Freeman writes entertalngly of his visit to Swinford County Mayo where Martin Sheridan fresh from his triumphs in the Olympian games was visiting his parents In part the correspondent writes Can you tell me what James IE Sullivan President Roosevelts nom inee at the games thought of the manner in which his tear wan treatedYes I can said Sheridan at once It was over that 400 meters we were speaking and Sullivan says to me Do you know SherMan 1 could never believe it but those English people hate usthey hate usJO That is Sullivans opinion Yes said Sheridan That will be the first message that Sullivan will deliver to President Roosevelt mind it has been already given to the people of the United States Talk ofI hands across the sea amid a union of hearts continued Sheridan why there van be no hands across tile sen nor n union of hearts between England nUll the United States not as long us we can prevent it and tell your people here in Ireland that we can prevent IfnTtfl art preventing ofturnblood in them and it grieved us to think that Irishmen were competing against us with Englands flag the Union Jack on their breasts Why eve Irishmen in the States can not understand how it Is that any Irish man should wear Englands flag and especially defend Englands flag Its pomp men did at the games In Lon don ItJs cruel to think of it after nil those hundreds of yearn of perpe gIrlsllmejtsUIlg ping there was no honor and no fair TimeFtitliahG o j 7 Jr i r I see you are down to meet T F Klely at Dungarvcn in an allaround contest Yes and 1 shall said Sheridan be meeting n man in Tom Kiely who has done more in the States for Irish athletics than Htti101101e of ns Klely is a great man and Ireland should be proud ofiim NOTED PRELATES Will Attend the Great Eu charl tlc Congress in London 3 The nineteenth internal tint Kucli aristlc Congress which jji 1 assemble In London from Septembe 9 to 13 manydistinguishedHistory at home This year the legate vv 11 be Cardinal Vincent Yannutelli Bishop of Palestrina There will nlo be present these members of tb College of Cardinals of the hierarchy i Cardlnlll Moran Archbishop of Sydney Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop of Balti more Cnrilinnl Logue Ar mbislmop of Armagh Cardinal Lecotr1 jrchblshop of Ilerdeaux Cardinal Fljfher Arch bishop of Cologne Cardinal1 Mercler Archbishop of Meehlln Cnrdlmil Karrari Archbishop of Milan and Cardinal Mathieu formerlyI Archbishop of Toulouse anti now In the JPromconJrcslIInexpected that the gatheringf will at tract considerable attention which will tend to improve the status of Catholicism in the United Kingdom Euch of the 1rlnces of theS church ns well as some of the les er cede siastics will be nccompatti d by his own suite Cardinal Vniirutelll will have his own special ret li tie which will Include one of the popes cede siast heal chamberlains nnd two lay chamberlains It is expected that in addition to the nine Cardinals nearly 100 Bishops of the IlomaK Catholic church will be present from all parts of the world From the United States Canada Australia India jlille Peru and other South Amerleaiilcountrles timid from every country n Europe with the single excrptioiiKf Russia prelaleswill flock to Westminster aw to a new mecea of an old faith f KENTUCKIAWS i Were Much In Evidence at Kern Notification Meeting AifI reillclltcdlit LOIIIilIc wvas well indiuaapolis Tuesday lime entiieky Guhuu+ olllDoiltol1rntJ n lIJkulalI ganlzation similar to flip famous Cook County Marching Club of Chi sago headed by President William J OHearn sent 150 members In frock coats tumid broad rinimed white hints the Kentiickians were observed and commented upon by all Adam Spahn who declares that he knows Indianapolis from Butcher town to Shippingsport chaperoned the following party from the East End John J Hurry Dr R W McDonald Dr N Spain A T Burgevin Thomas Cnmfleld James J Flynn Jacob Graft Thomas Dunn John Hendricks Thomas Gurvey William Helm and James Meagan Time Louisville delegates heard and saw Itpyan and Kern They mill crone home better Democrats that over Mr Bryan in speaking to George J Butler nnd John ILI Mulloy said If I am elected President ns IIceI tainly expect to be I want the Ken tucky Colonels to take part In the Inaugural parade promfticd nnd many Kentucky Hibernians as well IIURKES CHARM Negro Attendant Was Very Anxious About the Mascot One of the Louisville fans who rarely misses a ball ganip on time home grounds tells this story- I took a friend out on a Sunday when there was a double header I bought grandstand seats but the grandstand was filled and they shoved us out into the left field 1 kicked like n steer at the thug but if Tom Barker was a lady Id be will ing to kiss him right now Barker knows a thing or two when he has mien like Jimmy Burke on his hip It was this way Between the first and second game the Louisville team cane buck to the club house to wash down Jimmy Burke an the others stripped to the waist and cooled off In the pure unfiltered Zorn and Ohio river water The gong rung and the players put on their shirts Burke was leaving the club house when time negro caretaker came running after CuptalnDllrkegot yooh nsslfidity bags Burke turned nnd smilingly took his brown scapulars from the anxious negro Negroes wear assofoedtia in bags toward off rheumatism amid Itll n genera hoodoo This particular negro thought Jimmy Burke was super sUHqus too NEW MISSIONARY LEAGUE Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati las given his approval and ids bless to a new organization called time Leaguehose 111hosesafeguardhose tieuayi j regulations ta r SUCCESS I Of Catholicism Ascribed to the Separation of Church and State Cardinal Gibbons Tells His Ideas of Europe anti This Country Hearings Immigration On time Catholic Religion in the United States SURPRISE TO THE HIERARCHY A cablegram that hears nil the earmarks of authenticity says that Car extraordinaryImpression Rome Time same cablegram says that one notable utterance of tile American Cardinal IIs a common topic of conversation among the other Cardinals prelates and churchmen of nl degrees Cardinal Gibbons ascribed most of the human drawbacks of Cat uolieity in Europe to the union of the Church and State and most of the blessings of the church in America to tile separation of trIO two powers lie de Glared he would not touch on the theory of the union but asserts that the union which now exists between the Church mad State in most European countries is like n chain on the feet of the church while In IIlthtlnghformalland the churches is always willing to recognize the interests of religion and Simon its respect for religious principles The American people the Car dinal sail consider religion as tIll basis of social morality road prosperity hence It respects every or ganization tint tends to keep these alive in public nod private life The Cardinal also discussed the bearing of immigration on the Cath olio religion In the United States and while admitting that many immi grants at first found it difficult to enter into the new conditions which they find In the United States they very soon accustom themselves mad are willing to adopt not onlyI the laws and social customs of thijir adopted Mommies but the accidental differences of method pertaining in the Catholic church in America trAln meferencevYldtlwirtccaitjLliittigs made by the Pope In transferring the United States from the jurisdic thou of the 1ropaganda to the gen eral law ot the church Cardinal Gibbons declared the change would be welcomed in America Not Ill cause we have may reason to com plain of our treatment by the Propaganda limit because under the new arrangement we take our place fItatCllthollcA high ecclesiastical authority says that the recent abolition of the long standing control of American Catholic affairs by the Congregation of the Propaganda came as a complete surprise to the entire American hierarchy Though Cardinal Gibbons seems absolutely confident that unit honor can result to the church in the United States from the arrangement which practically raises It to the position which it occupies in wholly Catholic countries like Austria and Spain yet some American Bishops will possibly not share the Cardinal optimism Tine Americas helrareby had worked very harmoniously with tit Propaganda since ordinal Gottl succeeded the late Cardinal Ledochowsky as Prefect of the Pro paganda Possibly however at the Vatican which is the headquarters of the Cardinal Secretary of State It was thought advisable to relieve the Propaganda of sonic of its authority over the socalled missionary coon trle8 including the United States Canada and Australia which had be come more important to Rome that time outandout Catholic nations The Papal delegation to Wnshing ton will remain and no attempt will now or later be made to establish direct diplomatic relations between the Washington Government and thin Vatican BEST TRAINING Isto Be Had at Catholic Colleges and In the Academies There are four high class schools in Louisville und vicinity that ought to appeal to every Catholic mother and father Of course there are many such schools und academies in the State but these three are par ticularly enterprising and uptodate St Xavlers College on Broadway near Second has no equal in the State asn school for boys The pupils and lust year they numbered 500 are taught from the minim class on up to the classics and sconces This college though not al ways at its present site has educated the youth of Louisville for more than forty years and hundreds of the professlonalIncatheir success to the training received ht St Xavlers They not only get a SVoriJly education but they get a religious and moral training that is msurpassed Willie it is a Catholic nstitution there lire always a nuns nottholicsInterfere wjth their religious belief 4ut these boys arm surrounded lay a thatworksr 0s yommgladlesI lone untold good for the cause of Christian education Beautifully sit minted on Sienna Heights near Springfield Washington county It Iis only a two hours ride from Louisville Located on a knoll amid picturesque scenery St Catherines Is an Ideal spot for n girls school While it Is an academy for young ladles it Is as well a school for small girls and each year it shelters nurtures nnd gefromerines was founded in 1S22 and for eightysix years has educated Jhe flower ot Kentucky womanhood There too nonCntholles are wel come Still another academy adjacent to Louisville Is Loretto In Marion county and also within two hours journey from Louisville Time Slstern of Loretto wore organized on tinspot where the present academy stands nearly 100 years ago Its graduates are trained in the graces of life allusions to the classics do not leave them groping they know how to enter and leave a drawlnir room hilt they also know how to write plainly spell correctly mail speak IEnglish pure and undcfilod Like St Catherines and St Naviors Loretto welcomes nonCatholics The wives of Governors Senators Congressmen and Judges from all over the United Spates have hind their early training nt Lorelto Nearer to Louisville still is Snored Heart Academy Crescent Hill It is beautifully situated in the highest part of Jefferson county and in less than half an hours ride from the center of LouisvilleI The excellent Sisters of the Ursuline Order conduct this boarding school for young ladies and each year Sacred Heart Academy Is sending forth harming young lady graduates The advertisements of each of these Institutions appear elsewhere In these columns nnd tlie Superiors will furnish catalogues on request BIG PARADE Mammoth Demonstration- In Honor of Our Athletes It is estimated tthat 10000 men tumid boys will take purl in the parade in New York City today in honor of time American athletes who won so many splendid victories in the Olympian games in London the bands and other accessories will cost 112061 hut that is a paltry sum to New Yorkers Never in the historyof athletics has a country accomplished what tin United Stntcs 1111nt the recent Olympiad and the New York cca want io yj1tIu Jpmtilttl IIa- llr itleIDfI1GxsMpvel B liinitblel to take part in the celebration but has invited the victors to visit1 him at Oyster Jimmy The United States army navy mind State marines will be well represented In the parade Later there will be a celebration at Celtic Yank mind gold and silver medals will be given to the returned heroes ENJOYED DAY Bowling Green K Cs Had Great Outing and Ball Game Bowling Green Knights of Columbus lucid their annualIIolltlngllt Beech llend Park near that city last Wednesday mind Knights nnd their families enjoyed a thorough day of pleasure The Rev Thongs Hayes Chaplain of Bawling Green Council was a dominant figure at mill the amusements The Rev Fathers Charles P Raffo Thomas W White and Michael Melody of Louisville and Rev Fattier Drevllle of RiiKsell villc were interested spectators and participators in the pleasures of the dayThere were races for lays girls timid men but the mule feature of time day was the baseball game be tween members of the council The rival teams were chosen by Fathers Hayes maul Raffo Father Hayes team won by n score of 15 to 0 These reverend gentlemen also um pired the gapes Father Raffo call ing the balls and strikes while Father Hayes watched the base run ning HOSTS IN BOSTON Judge and Mrs ODoherty Entertained Bishop Dowling Judge Mntt ODoherty nnd his es timable wife who have spent several weeks sojourning in Canada and the New England States gave a dinner at Youngs Hotel Boston Mass on Wednesday of last week in honor of the Right Rev Bishop Dowling of Hamilton Onto11Itlhop Dowling while in Massachusetts was the guest of Fattier James pastor of St Francis de Sales church Charlcstown In addition to the guest of honor Judge and Mrs ODoherty were hosts to Fathers James and Michael Supple Father Mahonoy Secretary to Bishop Dowjlngt Miss Kntherlne JJc Cormack of Boston nail Misses Josephine Kelly and Kathleen Ewing of Louisville TuiJAcODo11crty tumid his party are expected home next week CROKEIl HONORED The freedom of the city of Dublin was conferred upon Richard Croker On the occasion of his visit to Ire Iarids metropolis last Monday anloPg 1oCharlesatvartntJ PERSUASIVE s Was Lemon Squeezer When Wielded Against Alleged Iteformcrs i Police Seem Powerless to Stop Epidemic of Robberies in Louisville Present Administration Fails to Keep Citys Streets Sprinkled t TRIP PLANNED FOR OFF1CALS Ji County Clerk Mark Gabhart Charles L Koop one of his deputies nnd Frank Hack played a threecor nercd melodrama at Hacks saloon Twentyfifth lint Market streets i Wednesday afternoon There were n number of spectators but the show was free for all Hack used a lemon squeezer or sonic other equally per suasive Instrument in quieting the refractory visitors Hoop at last tic counts had a very sore head but is in no dangerMr County Clerk and his deputies to his establishment Wednesday to partake of a fish lunch They hind fish mind something else It was the something else that caused the reform officials to at tempt to decorate the mirrors with corn bread mind the walls and ceiling with beer and catsup Mr lack remonstrated Somebody pulled a r gun Then it was that Hack got busy with the lemon squeezer and before d the melee ended Deputy County upNoI daily newspaper said a word about it The new mud true motto of the Evening Post suffers from a case of mlstukclIIidentity when Republicans and reformers go out for n high old time The reporters for all the dallies heard about the escapade and the police knew about it but up to the present tine Col Haagers men have mule no move toward arresting any more of the offenders This is only one of n series of fights that the Republican reformers hove pulled offOf all the fool ordinances adopted by our citys stepfathers none Js more ridiculous than the one adopted Tuesday night It provides that a Tterson ntlrl111halsf rlolrl fnrpijpr or eys iJltiWf cotxatiltlto the Jltiihlciflll1 llifSaa y robtain permission Alderman IgsejpjKJ 1l Klrwan was the only member of the upper board to raise his waive In protest or to vote against Its adop + tion This smacks of Russian Gums toms where people must go from place to place armed with a passport The ordinance is so utterly ridiculous that the people regard it and those who voted for it as jokes Tire ordinance was passed in the Interest oftloan sharks that do business in t city Very recently the Louisville Even ing Post filled its columns dally with stories of daring robberies Of course the Democrats were in pourer then Now the Republicans are in 1 power and every tiny robberies andaburglaries are being reported in blocks of four or five and usually in the same Bemocratlcreoffenders are not peaters and election thieves Where are Detectives Foster and White these days If the Post mentions one of these burglaries nt all it IKI hidden away under the Lost and Found column or in even a Ness con i spicuous place The utrtq date burglars are taking advantage ofethe boy policemen Children have to know and most of the youngsters are drowsy right after supper i It has been suggested that the Evening Post set aside part of its childrens page every Saturday for the boy police Let them tell In short compositions How I Became n Policeman Letters to Aunt Beth from the cute little police would 1 show that the reform administration a has given the taxpayers something even if Col hangers minions are not able to prevent burglaries or catch the offenders It would not be u bad idea for Messrs Ed Green Garnett Munn R W Knott and Col Jacob II hanger to take a walk through West Green street from Sixth to Twelfth out + Ninth Tenth and Eleventh streets and down Gra lIon Walnut Madison and Magazine streets Of course they ought to be provided with stout able bodied policemen lest some of them be purloined After they have made the trip they might report to Rev Hunt and Powell what reforms the present city administration has made In the Red Light district The present city administration was profuse In Its promises nbout street sprinkling What has boon done Only those streets upon which street cars are run get the benefit of any sprinkling The street car company furnishes the sprinkling cars the Louisville Water Company furnishes the water That is all People who live on side streets are suffocated with dust unless they dig dpwji In their pockets and pay private sprinkling concerns for keeping down the lust- OL1ES HOUSE OF WORSHIP The Chapel of the Conception iiietime City of Mexico Is the oldest house of worship on the North American continent By thjUvn Is meantt that it was used longer for that purpose thanauy oilier building If was erected fh 1541 nnd has served almost WtiavJuIIoplnee thltdllg ft R a place where dally deypuons jverp heldi0tiC iv M r r U tF KENTUOK5l IRISH A1tJERYOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM Devoted to theSoclal and Moral Advanceraement of Irish Americans d Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loulivllle Postoff Ice m SecondCIa flutter Addrtsi all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Green Si t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1908 TilE STANDARD HEARERS I I r The Democratic candidates foriIi President and Vice President made splendid speeches at Indianapolis on Tuesday when tne party hosts as sembled to assist at the notification of John W Kern Mr Bryan de nounced the trust evils In scathing terms and Mr Kern pleaded the cause of Democracy in an earnest a and scholarly manner The nrgu ments made by both candidates showed that the right men had been entrusted with the party standard From now until November Mcssrr F Bryan and Kern will conduct a cam paign of education a campaign that is bound to win Bryan and Kern is the Democratic slogan that will be taken up by the workingmen the honest merchants and professional men Bryan and Kern means tariff reform The names will strike terror in the ranks of greedy trust magnates Bryan and Kern means government by the people not government by injunc don CHURCH GOING The Chicago representative of the Congregationalist writing of church going says There is no hardship in church going in our summer climate to explain the depletion in congrega tions Farther south where summer r heat brings positive discomfort there is little abatement of religious t zeal It is simply the manifestation of an allpervading mood of mind t which is even more controlling in the breezeswept north shore suburbs than in the congested tenement r house districts of the West Side In the season when suburban population is the largest through the incoming of summer residents and summer visitors church attendance is the smallest because social pleasures have been allowed to ururp the place of religious worship and the Sabbath ideal in the hone The keeping of the holy day which was once the 1eculh r glory and strength ii p ea sal ttaus pb1ii nave At1iint sflelefettca In the disciphne nthollc church UP IN FROST L rish Americans not only lead in the pulpit In politics at the bar and in business circles but they are leading the world as masters of out door athletic sports A bunch of young IrishAmericans went to Lon i don and carried away a majority of the trophies from the leading athletes of the world iin the great national game baseball we find Fred Clarke manager of the Pittsburg National League team and John J McGraw manager of the New York National League team Both are IrishAmericans and rivals in the race for first place Then there is Hughie Jennings managing the De I troll club now lending the American League and Jimmy McAleer man ager of the St Louis team that Is giving Detroit a hard fight for first place Besides there is our own r Jimmy Biirke who is making a gallant fight tto land the Louisvlllq Colonels as pennant winners And this week the season for the South AtlantJ League closed with the team from Jacksonville Miss 141 points ahead of the second nine Dominic Mnllaney an IrishAmerican and a r Louisville product piloted that club r to victory XKXV CATHOLIC JOURNAL The Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of a few advanced proofs of 1 1 the first volume of The Catholic Church in America published by the Catholic Editing Company New York City Typographically pic torlally editorially and from a news standpoint time publication is as near perfect as one could hope to attain If the new journal receives the sup port that it deserves the Catholic Church in America willaid every Catholic newspaper in the United States CLAIM NEW YORK The Democratic leaders claim that New York will declare for Bryan and Kern this year They declare that Booserelts surrender to Hughes has Weakened the Presidents grip on the machine In the Empire State Patrick Henry Roche a New York phil 4 osopiieiv commenting pn the subject swysj o n HAny man who stays in politics long I I ptioiigh gets hisiLoj1 at Croker 5ilV Platt Depew and Odell You 1 fan be aAlnfpln for afewyearsas- r lungI as 9uYejobs to give outrbnt 1 as sooh v u the otheroJ fellow hfIlt1l ijobs baretI10 shined your shoes cant see you three feet away Theres an awful lot of difference between a President and an exPresident ORGANIZE AND VOTE Every now and then some labor agitator will denounce the Catholic church as the foe of trade unions Nothing could be rtherfrom the truth The church at all times lHas taught organization conciliation and arbitration This is true of the church in Europe as well as in Amer ica and the best friends the working men have had in America have been the Catholic clergy Bishop Spalding and Archbishop Ireland are onlya few of the many who in our own day have intervened to settle or to pre vent strikes Besides many of the ablest labor leaders have been Cath olics men like Terence V Powderly John Mitchell and James M Lynch Employers have begun to recognize that their employes have some rights and only recently W 1L Sayward of Boston speaking from the side of the employers said My experience has convinced me that labor thoroughly organized and honestly recog nized is even more important for the employer than for the workmen It makes possible a working method Jet ween the two parties which re moves one by one the most danger oils elements of conflict and misunderstandingIn workingman has an equal right to the ballot with the rich man There are more working men than there are employers The workingman can by organizing choose his law makers and the principle that capital is entitled to merely fair interest would if enforced put an end to the exactions of monopoly to stockwatering and the various other devices of fraudulent finance British statesmen and journalists are all worked up over a prospective invasion of England by Germany Some prophets who seek to com bine the air of knowledge with their prognostications say tnat it will un doubt lily beinttemptbdi vvithth the nextwoi y irsShoulIHt occur the Irish people will not shed any tears Germany is far and away ahead of the United States in supporting the Catholic press The most recent and absolutely reliable statistics show nn aggregate circulation of 7718765 copies The Cathlics of America for some reason give better support to the daily press and tron Catholic periodicals From the Western and Northwest ern States come reports of bountiful crops of wheat and corn The es timated crop values of those sec tions this year is 8000000000 Now let the railroad magnates put men to work and furnish the means of transporting this golden harvest lion Ben Johnson Chairman of the Democratic Campifigu Committee was summoned to Indianapolis on Tuesday to confer with William Jen nings Bryan The Democratic nom inee for President realizes that he has a wise advisor in the Kentucky leader The American people arc learning that American made goods are the equal if not the superior of foreign articles The city of Lyons France the greatest silk market in the world is practically out of business because the Americans are buying home made sills Tine Syracuse Catholic Sun very truthfully says The Catholic church does more for temperance in one yenr than the Prohibition party In ten The majority of the labor organiza tions in the country have declared in favor of the Democratic national ticket CHILDRENS PRAYERS Prayers at Mast for School Chil lIen is the title ofo little hook arranged by the Rev Father E P iraham of Sandusky Ohio and bearIng the imprimatur of the late Right Rev Bishop Horstmann The prayers have been ariitiged so they can be recited aloud or sung during ihildrens masses Father Grahams method has received favorable comment from many pastors and teachers and has been tried with gratifying results The booklets are sold In quantities at the rateof 3 per 100 or 280 in lots of 1000 Orders maybe sent to Rev Father E PGrlham 1510 Jefferson street Sandusky Ohio or to the Catholic Universe Cleveland REMOVE SOOT Jf by accident soot should be dropped ontlie carpet cover it thickly with salt and both may be swept up Dan 4ry vtBput soil JiI the cwp t 4 4 rs rolI Miss Celia Laven is expected to re turn from Now Orleans next week Mrs M T Connelly has returned from a visit to friends at Leitch field Miss Mayme McCrory of Xew Ale bnny spent several days in Corydon this week I IlSII Agnes Lavcn who snent in mouth In West Virginia has re I turned home Miss Ida Scherxinger has returned to her home in Henderson after visiting Miss Babe Hutti Mr and Mrs Walter D Binfon and family have returned from n two weeks visit to Lagrange Misses Nellie and Josephine Kilej have returned home after a two weeks trip to White Mills Mr and Mrs Edward Doyle of South Louisville are expected home from Lexington next week Mr and Mrs Tames P Ilnnnou of Chicago are spending two weeks with relatives in this city Misses Katie Morris and Margaret Desmond are spending a few weeks with friends at Midway Ky Mrs P F Sweeney and daughters Misses Ethel and Viola are the guests of friends in Nashville Miss Bertha Denser of 1820 West Chestnut street has returned from a fortnights visit to New York Miss Mary O Kuvnnagh has re turned from St Catherines and iis very much pleased with her visit Miss Lizic OConnor of Louisville has returned home after a visit to the Misses Foley nt Pewee Valley Musses Ilosa Shiny and Nellie Kin ney of Clifton have returned from a delightful visit to Gulf Port Mist Miss Marie OBrien who has been visiting friends at Atlantic City ii expected Home about September 1 Mr and Mrs Louis Dugan and little son returned home Thursday after a weeks visit to Corydon Ind Miss Gertrude McGinn is spendini two weeks in Oweusboro as the gies of her cousin Mrs It V Pott lager Misses Mary Manion Jennie Smith Louise Denser and Alice Sprinkle have returned from a visit to Shelby wine John Giltnane of 1962 Portlnni avenue will leave next week to join his uncle Thomas Hallinan in San Francisco Miss Agnes Burke of Nashville has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Catherine Moran of Deer Park Mrs Stephen F OLenry of Tny lorsville is visituig herspns Thomas and Patrick West Front street Ohio Falls Ind Miss men Foley and the Misses Walsh of Pewee Valley have gone pointsforMiss Lillie Keating of Shelbyvllle plcasantMtlngof 3120 Third avenue Mr and Mrs Tames OConnel and daughter of the Highlands have returned home after n visit to Mrs Edward Biven of South Louis vide James OConnor bookkeeper for the Henry Vogt Machine Company who has been spending his vacation at White Mills is expected home next week Mrs Margaret McDaniels and her daughter Miss Bernadette have re pJeallant11I1t avenueMrs William J Burke and son Lee of Seventeenth and Magazine streets have returned from an extended visit to Mr and Mrs N A Holzcr at Madison Ind Misses Ellen and Annie ONeill of 520 West Breckinridge street left Tuesday to spend two weeksI with their sister Mrs Katie Cowan at Dayton Ohio Miss Elizabeth Donohne of Phila dclphlu who has been visiting her aunt Mrs M A Nash 1811 West Jefferson street will return home in a few weeks Mrs Martin Jennings and children of Memphis are spending two weeks as the guests of Mrs Jennings mother Mrs John Martin 2000 West Jefferson street Charles S llaldy entered upon his annual vacation last Monday anti ex pacts to spend all his time from now until September 11 rooting for Jimmy Burkes Colonels Mr and Mrs Thomas OConnor of Memphis have returned home after visiting Mrs Tames King of Culbert son avenue New Albany and relatives in Corydon Mr and Mrs John Gullian Terry Lyon Miss Ella Lyon and Miss Tillie Everln all of South Louisville are expected to return frm Dawson Springs next week Mrs Carrie OConnor and two little daughters returned home Monday from a two weeks visit to Mrs Blanche Campion on the Indiana Knobs near Mooresville TIl Merrlmee arid sister Miss Maria jlerrimee of Clifton have ar rived home from an extended visit to Cprbln Middlesboro and the mountain districts of Kentucky sojJffIIJRrn8 yblitlnglPInland will arrive home Tuesday xx Harry A Veeneman the popular letter carrier la enjoying his eight teen days vacation Instead of tak lug a trip he Is spending his time getting acquainted with his family lresldentlof0 II and President of Branch 54 C K of Ahas gone to an Indinnr health resort for rest and rccupera tion Judge Matt OVDoherty wife and niece tis8J6sephine Frances Kelly returned home Wednesday night after a very delightful vocation spent In Canada Portland Boston and Sew York Miss Julia Fllbin of Magazine street who has been spending the past two weeks with lice uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs lames Lyons on Bank street will return home next weekYDeputy Circuit Clerk Frank G Adams has returned home and in- consequence there Is mourning among the merry widows and mnr ringeable girls sojourning at Dawson Springs Master L V Pottlngev has re turned to Ills home at Owensborn after a rjleasant visit to his aunt Mrs Joseph P McGinn He was nc compnnied phonic by Miss Ceti rude McGinnJohn Quill the aged and respected father of Officer Jerry Quill is quite ill at his home 527 East Jefferson street At the hour of going tin press tittles hope of his recovery wn s entertained Andrew Mnhar formerly Assistant Chief of the Jeffersonville fire de partment now a guard at the penitentiary Michigan City hid 1IF spending a fortnights vacation wltln his mother In Jeffersonvilie Mrs Ruby Shaw Fleck of Louisville and Harry Lilly of Madison vine were united in marriage at SI Charles Borromeo church this city at 6 oclock Thursday morning Mi and Mrs Lilly have taken an ex tensive trip through the West before settling down at Madisonville A surprise party was tendered Mis Anna Senn nt her home 2011 Wes Main street Wednesday in honor 01 thisso present were Misses llattic Berger Ida llillerich Anna Luckier Adelaid Hillerleh Elenora Senn Gertrud Berger Angela Augustus Kathryir Senn Mayme Wolpert Elizabeth llarbgrSayera Messrs William Knlnher Georg e Wilms Paul J Ayers Edward Senn August Graf George Uhl Thoma Prettyman Tames Kalaher Iluber McCleary Edward JCoonan Cat llillerich Frank Senn Joseph Kill meler Leo Saycr George Beyer and Messrs and Mesdames Charles Burge Louis Senn George Beyer and Mrs K Senn EEW JUSTICE Len Merimee Is Named tr Succeed Magistrate Hoffman Leonard S Merrimee Presidentf the Superior Filter Works and we1lII known in Louisville business circles has been appointed Magistrate of tin First Magisterial district of Louis vine to succeed Frank J Hoffman recently resigned Gov Willson wh o has known Mr Merimee for mor than twenty years and who recog nizes his ability and integrity mode appointmentMr has been active In polities from boyhood but never be fore did he hold or aspire to any political office Ills nppointhieni meets with popular approval because the people know that the new Magistrate will conduct his office 01 business principles DEATHS SUMMONS Marred Sliver Jubilee 01 Popular Louisville Couple Mrs John n Stickler Jr thirty five years old tiled early Sunday morning after a few hours illness Death resulted from a ruptured blood vessel Her husband and three chit teen survive her Time deceased wais Miss Anna Marie Norton prior to hei marriage She was a devout member of St Charles liarromco church and her funeral took place from that edi flee Tuesday morning Mr Stickler was a sister of William G Norton of 2023 West Min nstreet Mr and Mrs Norton were er route to St Marys church to attend mass in celebration of their twenty fifth wedding anniversary when they were apprised of Mrs Stickler a death Although saddened by the news hand Mrs Norton attended mass and later celebrated their silver jubilee very quietly ST MICHAELS ALMANAC The Kentucky Irish American is In receipt of St Michaels Almanac for bytheTecbny Iii The publication ought to find a place In every Catholic house hold because it not only contains valuable information about the com ing year from a religious and secular standpoint but It is also n com pendium of useful information The almanacs price is twentyfive cents postpaid with discounts for quanti ties All the revenue derived from its sale is devoted to the education of poor boys in St Josephs School of Technology at Techny 111 LOUISVILLES FIVE CHIEF Major Filmore Tyson went to Columbus Ohio Tuesday to attend the annual convention of National Fire ChiefsAiparty ot fire chiefs from Southern cities accompanied him Major Tyson has been first Vice President of the association for probablyybeendept of the Iflre Chiefs of America Louisville pMilei think there Is troth Ingttee good fir Little FiU tP7 VLEVS Thursday Friday arid Saturday even lags and Saturday matinee Al G fields Minstrels 23D YEAR ALL NEW ALL G- OODSENNINGS PARKTa- ke THIRDSTREET GARS Open when all others are closed Here you will find firstclass ser vice and everything the best Glias fl Rogers 5 BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street KNIGHTS OF COLllBliS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Olney 111 now has a council of its ownUnder the new law associate mem bers are now eligible to sit in nn tional councils More than GOO Knights attendedI s the Western Catholic Chautauqui tf last week at Spring Bankr Wis Le Moyne and Syracuse Councils InI New York conferred the first degree on a large class at Syracuse last weekThe thought now uppermost in tin minds of the Knights of Dayton Ohio is the feasibility of a home of their own- Increasing its membership year bj year the council at Dayton Ohio finds it present quarters inadequate t and must therefore seek another 1 locationNext 1 month councils will take a referendum vote on the proposition to raise 00000 for the Catholic University of America by assessment of membersThe at Trenton X J have caused the public libraryat tint city to issue a catalogue con taming a list of Catholic works it contains The Knights bore the ex pense of publishing the pamphlet VKTEHAN EDITOR VISITOR Col Henry El Thompson managing editor of the ewsDeinocrat of Paducah was in Ix uisville a few hours Monday to visit his wife who is here for medical treatment Mrs Thompson Juan so far recuperated that she was able to leave the Norton Infirmary last week and is now at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Adams 783 Sixth street Col Thomp son is an old time member of Typographical Union No 10 but in thirty years missed ninny of his old ac quaintances HAM BAZAR Trinity Council will hold the first meeting in its new home on Baxter avenue next Monday night That matter was settled at the meeting last Monday night C committee also reported that a banr mid been planned to he held in the new clubhouse from October 9 to 14 This offraising money for the new home of giviiiff the general public an in troduction to the club house XO IKRMAXEXr INJURY Neighbors and friends of Mr and Mrs John Nelligan 1918 Portland avenue are congratulating them on the narrow escape from death of their fouryearold son Joseph The little fellow with a number of corn panions played with matches Sunday afternoon His clothing caught fire but was extinguished by a colored man who was passing While the burns wore quite painful the child will suffer no permanent injury I SOON TO REOPEN The business andcommercial school conducted by the Sisters of Charity in connection with the parochial school of Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway will open September 7 sim ultaneously with the opening of the parochial school Within the past few years this business college lias graduated many of the best young lady stenographers In Louisville MAOAULEYS Al G Field Minstrels will open the season at Mneauley8 Theater next Thursday night Performances will also be given Friday and Saturday with a matinee on the latter day This is the twentythird year of Al G Fields organization and the troupe is getting better each season LANDING DAY The ItalianAmerican Club has made arrangements give a concert and grand ball at the Coliseum on October 12 the 416th anniversary qf the landing of Christopher Columbus on American soil SIgnor Ernesto Nailcllo will arrange a special muM cal programing for the occasion PROF OSULLIVAN HOME Prof Patrick OSullivan musician and composer has returned to Louis- Ville after five years In Europe He Intends to write an opera with Ken tucky environB and has come home ltd become reacquainted with scenes antI eJttin historicalldatt I it- v i A FAKE EXPOSED To the Citizens of Louisville hugefakeAmerican of a cut in its price of electricity can not be dignified by another name The sale of a third electric franchise Is made the excuse for this new policy The shaft is aimed at the Kentucky Electric Company but it did not go home The purchaser of the third electric franchise has fifteen months In which to begin competition with the Louisville Lighting Company and his I madeIonly the underground district The Kentucky Electric Company has already signed contracts amounting to over one hundred thousand dollars annually with the Lighting Companys customers in this district This inroad on their business has caused them to sit up and take notice They had a slight awakening when our franchise was bought at a cost of over one hundred thousand dollars and promptly cut the price on city arc lighting from eightyfour to seventyfour dollars per year and the general price of com mercial current from fourteen cents to ten cents per kilowatt hour These cuts cover the entire city however and in consequence the city and citizens have saved a round 400000 in the past two years The Lighting Company thought we were done for and only recently when the plant of the Kentucky Electric Company neared completion were signs of renewed activity disclosed That slice into their business hurt and they decided on one more stroke which they calculated would exterminate us But we are not to be exterminated Our financial stability can not be questioned nor the loyalty of our customers assailed We are in the field to stay On the surface the cut in price looms big with possibilities Under neath Its fallacy is clearly shown The Lighting Company did not need nil experiment in the direction of attempting to stille competition Its foreign allies know this to their sorrow The muchheralded cut will not affect more than 70000 of their busi ness They have 700000 of business in the entire city Of this 160000 is paid by the city for arc lighting And the cut fails to include this business KentuckyElectric140000 fully 35000 of which is power business already sold below 5 cents Another 35000 is business such as big department stores office buildings etc signed at or below 5 cents Therefore only 70000 of business remains in the underground district that will receive the benefit of the cut and that probably is on the books at an average rate of 8 cents or less Companysbusinessfrom it A corporation which has grown fat off excessive charges so long should look to its ammunition before firingthe latest is a flash in the pan If it wanted to try it on the dog why select one leg0 per cent The experiment is on sixtenths of a square mile with already close to 250000 of business so firmly lodged in isolated or block plants that a cut in rates which may be rescinded at any time will not budge it while 244 square miles continue to pay 10 cents The Kentucky Electric Company has established n rate that will stand the test of years and that is in keeping with its modern equipped plant and distributing system It Is a rate that is just and offered to nil alikea rate that automatically lowers itself as the consumption increases a rate that means a brighter and busier Louisville It is a rate made for the consumer south of Broadway east of Floyd and west of Eighth as well for the con sumer in the conduit zone Under the Lighting Companys latest alleged cut 90 per cent of their customers pay a penalty for living outside the under ground district Kentucky Electric Company August 20th 1908 By R E HUGHES President p a NNNNNN IPNN NNN9N+ + N r MICHAEL I fYOLi W MARKET ST O SHOE PARJJ ORII1 For All Kinds of Footwear Stylish and I 4 and here 1Special1 line of firstclass footw- earNNNNONNN NNON N ANN1+ +O+NNNN X ISt Catherine of Sienna Academy= NEAR SPRINGFIELD KY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR OIRLS AND YOUNG LADES 5 sr Academic Commercial and Preparatory Departments Thorough I instruction in all the arts Beautiful and healthful location new y X and commodious buildings with all modern improvements r ff- t The Academy Is Conducted by tbe Dominican Sisters y i yiy y t t Mother Prioress St Catherines Post Office Ky t- YN j SIY YNYNYNYNYNY NINYN NYNYY NYNYNY NY YNINYNY Y1N YNYNN N IY N N N N N N N N L SY maaaa LORETTO ACADEMY g Boarding School For Young Ladies 8 Near Loretto Station on the Knoxville Branch of Louisville and Nanhvllle Railroad 8 Founded 1812 chartered IBSJ Oldest Educational Imtltution in Kentucky yet thoroughly 8 progressive and ii tCMlatc First session begins first Monday in September second session 8 begins fourth In January Pupils received at any time Location healthful grounds 8 extensive and beautiful School building new and commodious equipped with all modern huprovenents Cuisine Is excellent Wellfilled library Including all standard Works and t leadingI periodicals Course of study thorough and comprehensive monthly reports sent to par nll or guardian Conveyance from time Academy meets mooting and evening traIns Telephone connects Academy with station whence telegrams may be sent to all points AM Illustrated Prospectus JllvlaJr aU necessary Information may be obtained by addressing DIRECTRESS Leretto Nerinx KyR tq Rqkzos 1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES BOOKS SLATES TABLETS ETC THEO1 RECTANUS CO PRESTON AND MARKET STS PRIESTLY PILGRIM Ills Jley IThqmas F MeGuire of develand bitjtr formerly of Louisville F QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES hasbeenbest gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently an t on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The itIn1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at- oM prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Beforreturninghome London Manchester and the prin OftpallciUesiit Irelandl T i aio toii r 4 K TISOKY IRISH a irFrRICA16Tn0 MUSIC IN THE HOMEv Is at all times essential and there is no time when It Is ap predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEQRORIEHMl MUSIC CO Incorporated I OCB08O FOURTH AVENUE 1500 We dont have to upon the other fellow we produce Fox coal at our own mines and guarantee every lumpINcORPORATRD CcanIon CoalI CINCORlORATltD lit t t t t I I I I I t I tt Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short I EFFEIRS STREETco TELEPHONE 810- M441 MtM- NeeeeeNeee1e01Neee t t t t t t t t J E TRACY L H STRAUB I BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS iiCml t Vurolied on 1531 W MARKET STREET NNeN1NN1eeMNNeeeNeeeeeNeO N 4 e t + +44 4MM4 + t t t t t t It t t t I t t t + D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 7 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MAT STREET t t t II I I t t + t t t t t t + t t t t + HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S as1 Ma11 S1ree1 THOMAS KEENAN f I Funeral Director Embalmer 1 r TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST We dont presume to dictate to you howjrou snail plaster your wails Simply with to remind you that in the end DIAMOND WALT will aveyoumoneyc J Kentucky WallI Plaster Co INCORPORATED PHONES 2267 Brook River Louisville Kyt Alto operating the Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant JefferionvllV Tnd Phone WR o HENRY fMOLD BKAIKR IN a Stipli lid Fiicy Brocirlis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE leoillIN CONNECTION 014 Wbiekies f SpcGtlty iiiitleae Mir w WAtTi 25 bushels 375 100 bushels Anthracite 825 depend Ridge Notice Both Answered and PIASTHR BOTH and FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVEMNQI HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts THE COAL MEN Coal that is clean and free from slate Not only gives more heat and less trouble to maintain a fire but does not wear out your stoves and furnaces DoueiiertyLanning BEST QUALITY PinSBURQ COAL Home Phone 1783 Office and Yard 7tfanf Magnolia HERRMANN f BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and yrhologale Dealers in FjnestBrands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PeatfNelson t BOTTCKD IN BOND T ifc MJMIU4ItXTtl1 TIT HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes Division 2 will hold its next regular meeting on Friday night Massachusetts and Vermont held their State conventions this week Thursday evening will be the regular meeting night for Division 3 Michael J Barryof Columbus has been elected State President of Ohio Division 5 of Cambridge Muss is initiating new members at every mooting Division 53 of West Newton Mass will have a mammoth initiation Sep tember 27 Philadelphiahasbnnner to Division 05 of that city Western divisions are having ban ner contests which are giving Im petus and renewed life to the order During the first two years the 111i visions in Massachusetts have acv quired real estate to the value of 100000 The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday night when the commit tee will report on arrangements for the State convention Every delegate to the coming Ken tucky State convention should make Ita point to attend every session and remain until final adjournment County President Miss Elizabeth McCaHer of Woodstock New Bruns wick lias instituted a new division of the Ladies Auxiliary at Sydney State conventions ore adopting suitable resolutions on the lent t of Maurice F Wilhere of Vhiliidclphia who passed away In Atlantic City recentlyThe 1 New Jersey members held their fortyfifth biennial State con vention in Newark last week High mass was celebrated in St Patricks CathedralDivision 1 will hold its regular meeting next Tuesday night and as matters of Importance nre to ho transacted President John M Mulloy expects n large attendance Miss Anna C Malia National Presi dent of the Ladies Auxiliary paid a visit to Boston since the Indianapolis convention and was tendered n banquet by National President Cum mingsSuffolk county Mass which includes Boston has arranged to give outings to defray the expenses of its fifteen delegates to the next biennial convention which will be held at Portland Oregon in 1910 Michigan held its State convention at Marquette and the proceedings were opened with Pontifical high mass celebrated by the Right Rev BishopMuldoonconvention and Bishop Dunne of Dallas was an interested spectator CLANS COMING State Convention of A b- H Will Be Held Here Next Month The biennial State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be Held in this city beginning Sep tember 14 and it is believed that all the business can be transacted in two days The headquarters for the delegates will be at the Galt House Covington Ashland Paris and Louis yule will be well represented The Ladies Auxiliary will hold Its State convention in tills city nt the same time The County Hoard of the A O II and the local officers of the Ladies Auxiliary have arranged to give a banquet to the delegates on the night of September 14 The dance that will follow the banquet will be free to members of the order their lady friends and members of the Ladles Auxiliary GRAND DIJIONSIh ION The cornerstone of the new St Louis Cathedral will be laid on Oc tober 18 Previous to the ceremony one of the largest parades in the history of the city will be held and it is estimated that 60000 men will be in line IltlSIl riLpIUMAGE TO ROM The Irish national pilgrimage to Rome which Is to leave Dublin on October 10 promises to assume large proportions It is being organized by the Catholic Truth Society of Ireland i with the approval of the Irish hier npolltollcblesSingblessingCATHOLIC CONGRESS Chicago Is to entertain the first Catholic Missionary Congress ever held in the United States The event scheduled for next November is expected to eclipse the recent catholic jubilee celebration in New York Preparations for the affair are under the supervision of the Catholic Church Extension Society which has selected November 15 to 17 nn the date for the threeday celebration ANTWERPS CATHEDRAL The celebrated Cathedral at Antwerp is more than 500 years old and Is in a magniftcLitt state o preser vatlon It is a majestic structure 384 feet long and 130 feet broad with a tower 402 feet high The building is the wonder and admiration of Europe The pulpit is wonderfully carved wood and so Is the tabernacle and choir Six rows of massive col umns divide the Cathedral into seven aisles Rubens two paintings The Elevation and Tire Descent from the Cross ore wonderful works of art The ninetynine chimes in the Cathedral tower have gladdened the ears of millions DUBLINS OARLOW MAYOR For the first time in tits history of the Dublin corporation a County Carlow man hiw been elected to the position of Jrd1fayorof Dublin True we hare had members of occupiedgfatXatloIaaJ to bat they were not tar CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Doth Telephones IOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Horns Phone 1942 Cutnb South 628 THOSJKEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning preparations at cut prices SIXTH AND OAKV PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle lad GENUINE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unl g s you find nameblown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out- Ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Both Phones low men viz E D Grey and Charles Dawson The new Lord Mayor is Gerald OUeilly who hails from Eagle 11111 llackenstownj County Carlow tthough he was claimed by one of his ardent sup porters at his recent election as being n County Wicklow man and very nearly a chieftain of the OlJeilly clan Hut no the Lord Mayor can not get over the fact that he Is a Carlow has no claim on Wicklow further than lie was born within a few miles of its border HIXTSON STYLE Old fashioned jposlcH deckI some of the newest hats Hats of large proportion are still in the majority All kinds of net are in high favor for dancing gowns Nearly everywhiteI linen dress shows a touch of blue Ball headed hair pins are thrust into nearly every coiffure For general wear the green parasol has eclipsed all others Checks and plaids will come again with the autumn materials The Eton collar is in the ascend ency for the warm weather The Merry Widow hat hqs had u remarkable long vogue In Paris It is predicted that crepe de chine will soon come into high favor French women of fashion no longer wear gloves at evening affairs A clever little touch of black Is to be seen on many hats and frocks Javelle water if carefully applied may be used to remove stains from laces Blade liberty is more used for the draped girdle than any other ma terial The Empire tendency is shown in nearly nil the walSflsjjje arrange mentsThe beloved jumper style is In danger ofIconsignment to fashions junk pile- Persian embroidery outlined with soutache Is nn elegant end dis tincture trimming Handkerchiefs with a gray back ground decorated with white embroideries are much seen Felt hints with moderate crowns and wide rolling brims are shown for wear nt mountains and seashore A WOMANS ALPJIAKET It will be- Amiable always Beautiful as possible Charitable to everybody Dutiful to myself Earnest in the right things Friendly In disposition Generous to nIl in need Hopeful In spite of everything Intelligent but not pedantic Joyful as a bird Kind even in thought Longsufferlng with the stupid Merry for the sake of others Necessary to a few Optimistic though the skies fall Prudent in my pleasures Quixotic rather than hard Ready to own up Selfrespecting the right limit True to my best Unselfish short of martyrdom Valiant to the absent Willing to believe the best Xemplary in conduct Young and fresh In heart Zealous to make the best of life ANSWERED PROMPTLY An Irish fireman applied for a place as engineer He answered the offi cials severe questions during the examination Inn satisfactory manner until one asked Suppose you were running your engine sixty miles an hour on n single track and running around n curve saw another engine come to ward you at the same Epeed and only a short distance away what would you do Id bless myself STAND AND SIT RIGHT Children should be taught to stand sit and walk correctly and not per mitted to fall Into careless Improper uiinealtbful attitudes An erect habit of standing and sitting broadens the chest and strengthens the spine developmeatt w a 1 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges County Louth farmers are In sore distress from lack of water After twentyfive years effort Cavan is to have n new town hall In the County Fermanagu Mrs Ellen Gloon of Irvinestown has reached the age of 114 years Hon Marshal Tills D L has rev tired from political life after filling the office of Mayor of Derry for ten years Mrs Mary Anne Cunningham of Kilduff has been adjudged Insane and committed to the Monaghan asylum The approximate monthly charge against County Westmenth for police disorderinAt New Ross County Wexford Luke Dwyerjumped into the river and and his mother from drowning- In the Bally train vicinity the flax pulling season is almost finished La bor is scarce and the crop is not as good as that of last year The estate of Mrs Marin S Cole of Dillonstown has been sold to the tenants on reasonable terms and all arrears in rent are to be forgiven The Loath Gaelic Athletic Associa tion held u special meeting at Dun talk in honor of the visit of Martin Sheridan the champion athlete of the world George Woods of Hoarstown County Louth fell from a haystack tjietinesnot recover Patrick Cooncy Secretary of the Corlea Branch of the United Irish League wwi threatened with arrest unless he reported the proceedings each meeting to the police PUSH TO FRONT Young Men Get the OlllecH in Indianas State y 31 I Council The Young Mens Institute Indiana jurisdiction held its annual conven tion nt Indianapolis this week and elected the following officers Itev P II GavLsk Indianapolis Grand Chaplain M J Scanlon Indianapolis Grand President Peal Itannon Inv dianapolis Grand First Vice Presi IndianapolisGrand ReiizNewSecretaryDaniel TaylorTinlinnnpolhs S C Sowar Brazil and M1 P Mc Carthy Indianapolis Grand Di rectors Robert M llellly Italian apolis and W U Gallagher Detroit delegates to Supreme Council Charles P Pfeffer New Albany mud John Troy alternates Charles F Pfeffer of New Albany could haye been elected Grand Treas thouglitNewfices in the selection of Fred C Relsy as Grand Treasurer The age limit for entering the order In Ind ana jurisdiction was fixed at forty years The policyof the old adminis tration In organizing was com mended and it was resolved to follow on the same lines during the ensuing year LAKES TO BE SOLD It is stated that Klllarney House the magnificent seat of the Earl of Kenmare with the renowned Lakes of Klllarney which constitute some of the most lovely scenery in Ireland are likely to change ownership his Lordship having decided to dispose of the demesne which was granted to his ancestor by James I The estate comprises the beautiful Ross Island and Ross Castle and is of great historic interest the castle hay ing been surrendered in 1C62 by Lord Muskerry to the Cromwellian General Ludlow after a fierce conflict FOUND HELIOS A telegram from Winnipeg Mani tobn says A party of priests of St Boniface College Winnipeg accom panied by Judge Prudhomme a few days ago discovered the site of Port St Charles built in 1732 by Sleur de la Verandrye on the northwest angle of the Luke of the Woods They also found skulls of nineteen voyageurs and skeletons of Father Aulneau anti Jean Baptlste de la Vernndrye who on June 8 1730 were murdered by the Sioux Indians on nn island in the Lake of the Woods The memory of the lonely tragedy has been solemnly preserved by the Roman Catholic church throughout the long years that have passed and repeated attempts have been made to identify the scene of the massacre FAMOUS WISH ORGAN BUILDER A recent search nmongthc muni ments of Rlpon Cathedral discloses the interesting fact that the builder of the Cathedral organ in 1530 was an Irishman James Dempsey Prom the specifications it would seem to have been a noble instrument and reflected credit on its Irish builder This James Dempsey according to organbullc1erHe settled In England In 1520 and built many organs 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f f 1 I I HU II I IH 110 wIwam a EUPrGJI iY ALOL 1 848 Wt Grisn StrtIQVQUS Cfcan v- L N aw Jh DOUBLY BEREFT Dominican Sisters Lost Two Old and Devoted Nuns The Dominican community at St Catherine Springfield Ky wa twice invaded by death during thc past week On Friday night Slate Mary Lawrence died and on Sutur tiny night Sister Mary Itaymoni passed uway Moth were well hiiowi in Louisville und the people of St Louis Mertrnnds parish have offcrei many prayers this week for thin re pose of the souls of these noblewomen who had devoted their hell to the care and education of chil dreii Prior to entering the Domlnlcai sisterhood Sister Mary Lawrence waR known to the world as Miss Martin Mlnnford She was a member of one the oldest Catholic families in Ken tuck and has many relatives In Washington and kelson countie She became a Donilnican nun thirty three years ago and spent man years nt Holy llosary Academy am at St Louis Mertrandn parochla school in this city Sister Mary Raymond was a natlv of Sew York City and was Mis Elizabeth Bird before entering the convent thirtytwo years ago Her first mission after profession was at Holy Rosary Academy this city HereI she spent thirteen years Later tlhI was assigned to Boston nnd stll later became novice mistress nt St Catherines Both were well beloved in Louisville Sister Mary Haymow is survived by two brothers who re side in New York City Sister Mary Lawrences funera took place Saturday afternoon nt J oclock and at tho snore hour on Sunday Sister Mary Raymond wnR burled The Ilev Fathers Mahoney Dunn Dorkln and Winn officiated at ends of the ceremonies Tne den nuns were burled In the communit graveyard at St Catherines BUSY NOW Supreme Council Y M I Will Get Royal Welcome Here The Supreme Council ISeceptip Committee met at Mnckin club house lust night und made further arrangements for the banquet and reception to be tendered the delegate to the Y M I Supreme Council at the Unit House on the nights of Tuesday September 22 and Thurs tiny September 24 The committu reported that its members had experienced considerable trouble in securing complete returns from the various councils that had charge of the outing nt the White City It Wa decided to frame n strong letter nil dressed to the delinquent council and individuals The committee will meet every Friday night until the Supreme Coiiri ell convenes The members have dc riled to take the Supreme delegate on n trip to Cherokee Shawnee alit Iroquois parks and Joseph C Kirch dorfcr and Dr Frank Clark have nig nificd their willingness to uccommo date eight of the visitors The committee will be glad to accept offers from any other individual firm 01 corporation that owns un automobile John J Sullivan Supreme Second Vice President and Charles S Jlaidj made n for the subcommitrellorttee on and submitted their selections The committee ratified the selection and declared the badges the handsomest over chosen for n similar occasion CHOSE ALTERNATES Division 4 Will Have on Extra Vote in State- Convention Division 4i A 0 H held an im portant meeting Monday night and the feature of Interest was the elec tion of alternate delegates to the State Convention The division Is fortunate in having an extra delegate this year William T Connell who is Secretary of the County Board Iw also an exofficio delegate from that body IJcncc John J Barry who wax chosen ns Mr Connellys alternate will he n delegate in fact The other alternates chosen were Michael McDermott John J Wlnn John Kitzgibbon Thomas Cullahnn anti John Doolan The meeting was well attended lev Father Christmas opened the fusion with prayer and President John J Hennessy occupied the chair Patrick Mangan John Silk and John lines were reported ill Because the State convention opens September 14 Division 4 will hold a special meeting nt 230 oclock Sunday afternoon September 13 President Hennessy innouncrd that he had arranged to give the members n musical treat at the lust meeting in September OUTING FOIL KMIIXIVKS Harry Driver Walter Ilntcliffe nnd lC Newton Shepard proprietors of the Peerless and Domestic laundries rave their employes an outing last iundny They took their 105 em iloycs seventy of whom were women nnll children to Schnltes farm on the Tnylorsville pike where nil spent an enjoyable dny There was plenty to eat and the employes are grateful for the kindness and consideration shown by their employers Messrs river Itatcliffe anti Shepard are up todnteand often a little ahead In heir ideas i OUR PENNANT WINNERS The Louisville baseball club came home with a percentage thut made Its members tenders In the race for Ule American Association pennant vocal fans met them at the Union depot with a band and for several tours the tired players were carried rough the principal streets In car lages Manager Jimmy Burke wore an expansive smile and the most Ickled man of all waR President homas A Barker Mr Earlier has elleved for years that Loulsvlllp Is- aKoodbaUtownlfa first class club Isplacedlere lie secured a flr t- S1IimRnRgeret the manager fft iiwit elw teem and proved that he ww Hifbt WednewUty this osT- illep feMM g+ uttsd Herwwi Bchna d 1 rr e k if SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City gallon First and Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Itecordlng Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finncgan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frldllv Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna Treasurerowen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T jynchFinancial KeaneySergeantatArmsJames Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Thursd Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Macke Financial SecretaryJ G Hesslo Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantaitAnns Patrick Begle DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Stree- tPresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary William J Connelly Recording SecretaryFrank JP UurkeTreasurerlIorry SentinelMichaelMcDermott Sergeantat trniissThnDoolan DIVISION 1 JPFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tue days Each Month at Plaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretr Chn9 Robari Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeautatArmsDernnrd Coyle Y At I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at ClUb House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Land banSecond Vice President Sainu Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecretaryThomasDaehman Financial Secretary Frank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy Whitesides Bakery NTH AND BROADWAY finest Bakery iin the World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for one more week Three thousand persons Inspected the most improved bakery in the worjd Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the nght crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that Is the best time to see the plant in full operation FOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make Mothers Bread Have you bad a look at the clock Berger of the National Advertislni gency us saying that a winning bnl team In Louisville wax an invaluabl ulvertlsement This baseball editor of the Kentucky Irish American salt the same thing more emphatically two years ago A double header with Ioledo today and another with Columbus tomorrow ought 10 attract great crows The result of these tour games will have great bearing on the final result JW AVKHD1CK BETTER JDr James A Averdlck of Coving ton suffered severely last week from an aggravated case of blood poison- Ing At last accounts no serious results were apprehended Dr Aver lick from his long connection with the Catholic Knights of America is well known in Louisville MKT WITH SUCCESS The Southern Club gave a euchre RlIII lawn fete at the Flexner Univer Ity Fifth und Zune streets Tuesday fternoon hud night and the attend once was splendid At night the managers had to refuse admittance to scores of people on Recount of lackof room The proceeds will be evoted to a worthy cause RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mary Thomas irrett the yearold infant of Mr- mid Mrs Thomas A Barrett took pinel from the family residence 2012 wentysesenth street Sunday niter noon The little one was a twin ughter of the bereaved parents nml had been ill for several weeks Miss Maggie Carney thirtythree cars old was found dead in bedat the family residence on the River road above the Cuttoff Wednesday morning Denth was due to epilepsy he funeral took place from the Iiurchof the Blessed Sacrament riday morning Tile deceased was Jol11CameMrs Susanna Stncblcr died at her home 1707 Barret avenue early Tues day morning She was the widow of Joseph M Staebler a truck gardener She was fiftynine years old and is iryived by six chlldrenAlexander- RndTosepb taellerwell known con rectors Mrs George K rnIrsO surge KlniWe and Misses Minnie iid Carrie 8tj Werj Thee funeral ak place fomfltI artiaeebureb t 830 oclock Wedr Hday iporeiiFi I a NICE RESULT Mackin Council reels Good Over Initial Effort For Members I Mnckin Council opened its cam- paIgn for 100 new members Tucsdi night by electing three new men hers and receiving four applications The campaign began 11 few days bi fore and the initial result was lnost encouraging President Robert 1 Burke occupied the chair The Visl ing Committee reported D J Hum mcl V 7 Bohn Bernard Ilectenwnl J L Itoland and John G Schncfie who have been lit as Improving 1he condition of Clarence 11 ZooR wnS reported unimproved The Supreme Council Arrangemei Committee reported that a banqu would be tendered the visiting delegates to the Supreme Council nt thc Gait House on the night of September 22 Delegates and their Indies will be guests of honor but other members will be admitted to t1C banquet at the rate of SliO n plate Those who wish to attend will gle their names to Louis 7 Kleffer ns soon as possible The Fifteenth Anniversary Committee reported that the programs for the celebration was being competed and that the members won be greatly surprised and pleased with the entertainment that will be providedAs proposed to initiate a tarp class during the convention of the Supreme Council the commute earnestly requested the members 1to lend their best efforts to secure 100 new candidates between now anel September 10 HAYES IS HOME The Marathon Winner Tells of Royal Welcome at NenoKh John J Hayes the plucky Jlttlc IrishAmerican who won the eat Marathon race in London wnsghen tin ovation in New York on his return home last week To the new paper men Hayes said If I hud time 1 would tell you what 1 think of Mil Murphy the Olympic team trnine That fellow is white as aces Wh Id well Id let him sleep on my shirt if I had only one to my nun and it was the coldest day in winter thats what I think of Mike and I guess nil of the other boys who went to the Olympiad feel the same wa toward him The other athletes have told how we were treated In England but I never hud a finer time in all my life than I had in Ireland Why who I gut there they dragged nle off 1ht train at Nenagh North Tipperar where I went to visit my grandfather and if It hadnt been for the good priest Father Gunning 1 bi lievc that the people would have torn me to pieces in their desire to slur me how popular I was with them When I finally got into a cat range they unhitched the horses nnd pulled the carriage through the streets themselves My grtindu didnt know what to make of it and when I was welcomed by tile Urban Council and presented with n mcdti nail some service plate time oil gentleman nearly hind a fit I was sorry to leave time plact Next to America Id choose that spo to live in But with nil the goof tines that I had abroad I echo that sentiment of nil true Americans after a protracted trip from my nntiv land Im glad to be home BACK HOME Printers Delegates Well Treated by Boston People Thomas Page Vatbon nnd Victor Dicrkes who represented Typo graphical Union No 10 at the l1 U convention in Boston have returned honn Both lire well pleased with time result of the convention run mire loud in their praise of the hos pitnlity afforded by the Bostpi typosOn the return journey Mr Wntsoi sprit six days in Sew York He suyi he could spend six years there und not see it all To see New York is to see the world says Mr Watson At the next meeting of Typographical Union No 10 Messrs Dlerkes and Watson will make their formal reports as delegates The principal matters disposed of at the convention were tins 1priority law strikes and old age pensions Tin matter of changing the I T U lend quarters was referred to the Execu fire Committee This will hard the effect of postponing any change until next year O K OF A CONVENTION Time State convention of the C 1C of A will assemble in Louisville ieptumber 8 and it is believed that all the business can be disposed of In one day After mass nt at Marys church the delegates will proceed to CoupiImll10 held After adjournment the delegates will be given a trolley ride to the Falls City Brewery and thence to Sennlngs Park A committee of idles presided over by Mrs William 1f Higgins will see that wives and laughters of delegates are well taken care of The headquarters will heat Boslcrs Hotel NEW ALBANY DEMOCRATS Copt John J Lyons Chairman of tho New Albany Democratic mmlt tee and Secretary Jr II XIcQuiddy tended a large party of New Albany Democrats that went to Indianapolis uesdoy to attend the notification of ion John AVKern FONTAINE FERRY PARK This was another splendid week nt bntaine FerrParkCrowsl1t- hrosed this beauty spot every afternoon and night The music was excellent arid the vaudeville show vas surpassing in novelties Next reek the management promises an ether good vwudevllle nfg60- 0mialU the other amu sent 4e- II t BRASS BEDS We are now showing the largest and best selected line of hand some brass beds ever seen in Louisville All styles and de signs in the best of finch tubu lar brass prices range from 1500 to 5000 James Greene 4252729 East Market St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky UNION ICE CREAM CO Aiarasufaotiarora of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y ass BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKYI- T J PUREII IS ALWAYS ttttH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 5 JOHN J TULLY LIFESAVER THE OLD Manufacturer of all kinds of Handmade Rope Twine and Canvas Hammocks Seines Nets Elevator Transmission and Wire Rope Splicing Fishing Tackle and Camping Outfits for sale or rent Awnings Tents Tarpaulins Yacht and Fish ermens Supplies Waterproof Oil Clothing Butchers Aprons and Nets Life Pre servers Yacht Flags and Fenders Sanitary Laundry and Shopping Bags Rope Ladder Fire Escapes Telephone 3SG9 main JS3 THIRD STREET Louisville Ky r FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET i 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTBRsnoR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season Yon can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Smiths Crony BollUd In Bond I SMITH DISTilliNGf COMPANY tNCOHMRATKO licit orders at above prices given promDt ttttentloa aU4safg shipmenttli i innt X tin NeN1N Being the DIstIller I Can Give You I Pure Whiskey at Low Prices l 4Year Old at 225 per gallon i 6II II 250t td- ii a d 8 300U toII tt a 400of II 14II II II 500II ot 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