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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I 1 F KENTUCKY IRSll AMERIcAN tfi r 1i yf1 1 i1 tVULUMEt XXL NO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAYS SEPTEMBER 19 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS p KENTUCKY t Hibernians and Ladles of the Auxiliary hell State Convention George J Butler Reelected as Head of Order in This State x Ladies Chose New Otllecrs to Guide Their Ship of State RESOLUTIONS WERE IMPORTANT The Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary to the A OH of Kentucky held their respective State conven tions in Louisville last Monday and GEORGE J BUTLER State President Ancient Order of Hibernians Tuesday and the gatherings of sons and daughters of Erin were successful ls socially and from a business point of view The new State officers for i the Hibernians are ChaplainRight Rev C P Macs of Covlrigton reelected 1resttdanttlroretT Iltitlrx4T oojf vile reelected 1 Vice PresidentJames B Demp say Paris reelected Secretary William J Connelly Louisville Treasurer Thomas R Howard AshlandAll business sessions of both bodies were held at the Galt House and the ladles assembled with the gentlemen in a spacious parlor when State President George J Butler called the convention to order at 9 oclock Time Rev Father C F Christmas 0 Iopened the meeting with prayer County President John A Murphy delivered the address of welcome It was brief and to the point Ho said Brother and sister Hibernians and visiting delegates it affords me great pleasure at this time on behalf of the officers and members of the order in Jefferson county to wish you a most hearty welcome to bur city Our bars are down and our gates opened to you and we thp members of this county feel that nothing is too good for you With loving hearts and cheerful hand we extend a most hearty welcome It Is our earnest desire that nil of you enjoy a most pleasant time while in our city- The convention hall hind been tastefully festooned with the flag of Erin and the Stars and Stripes of Amer leaState President Butler named the Recording Secretaries of the various divisions as members of the Credentials Committee A brief re cess was taken to allow time commit tee to make its report State President Butler read his report showing the standing of the organization in Kentucky and reviewing the work of the past two years Ho also made several suggestions for the future advocated the studyof Irish history in the schools and the continuance of literary exercises President Butler said that by per sistent effort on the part of the Hibernians and the Ladles Auxiliary the question of having Irish history taught could bo made as effective here as in the State of Massachusetts He also advocated the formation of cadet companies to further an inter cstin Irish affairs among the boys and urged the members to attend every meeting of their divisions and asked that each one make an effort to tiring in at least one new member each year The State President also had kind words for the Ladles Aux iliary and urged Hibernians to give that body their hearty support At this point the ladles retired toa separate hall to begin their delibera tions alone State President Butler announced the following committee- sRilesCon J Ford PhillpcDon nelly Michael Purtell A J Patter son and P J Kan- eResolutionsJohn A Murphy George Doyle Thomas Howard John Barton and John H Collins Grievances John M Mulloy Jo ttseph BroderJok John Gallery P H Howttrd Jr and Joseph Higgins FinaneeWilliam J Connelly L- eeryC itorpkyTohn Avit Mickey and Thomas Jtoeefc frtaM r lutJBarry John TJettiejr fc JCaftoiaMlP xaitmes h sod James Tterney JJyLawsLawrence J Mnckey J P Howard Thomas Hester Thomas Roach and M J Shepherd State President Butler called upon the various County Presidents each Iof whom responded with brief but encouraging words Judge M T Shine of covington congratulated Louisville Hibernians on the welcome given the visitors He regretted he said that the order had not made greater progress in Kentucky but attributed this to the present stringent times lie urged the mem bers to coultlvatc a spirit of friend ship and to be true to each other He touched upon the alliance between the Germans antI Irish and urged the incoming officers to give effect to the action of the national officers in bringing about a more perfect accord between the two races Judge Shine also said that there must be hearty accord and reciprocal rela tions between the Ladles Auxiliary and the Hibernians God is with us he said when the daughters of Erin are with us He pleaded with the delegates for time for the proper transaction of all business that con corns the order in this State All of the County Presidents spoke much along the same lines Thomas Howard of Ashland was present with four members of his family as delegates He said he was proud of his membership in the order and had a record of thirtyfive years He said the Irish people were ever ready to lay down their lives for the clergy for whose protection the Ancient Order was founded County President J A Barton said he was glad the friendships formed at Paris two years ago were being continued County President George P Doyle of Paris made a brief speech along similar lines after which the delegates adjourned for their noon luncheon The convention assembled for its afternoon session with all the dele gates present The Committee on Rules through Chairman Con J Ford recommended that the rules of the last State convention be adopted The recommendation was concurred in L C Murphy of Kenton county was appointed assistant secretary of the convention County President John A Murphy of Louisville reported for the Com mittee on Resolutions The commit tee recommended the absolute neces fContinucd on Second Poire GRAND REUNION When St Michaels Church Celebrates Approach ing Anniversary r trt lThe pastor and clergy of St Michaels church Brook street will celebrate the fortysecond anniversary of that church on Sunday September 27 On that day the services will be of the highest order and In keeping with the past traditions of the church The first mass will be at 730 oclock i The late mass will be a high one and the sermon will be preached by a well known priest of the dioces- ePreparatory to the late mass there will bo n solemn procession of the children of tho parochial school and of the societies of the church A new feature will be added to the sol emnity of the occasion by the as sistance of the Concordia Singing Society Father Martin OConnor the beloved pastor is urging his peo ple to make it a great family re union and to call together former parishioners from all parts of the city On Monday September 28 there will be a solemn high mass of requiem at 8 oclock for the repose of the souls of deceased members of the congregation During the past thirty months Father OConnor aided by the gen erosity of hU people has reduced the debt on the church by 390300 This with the improvements on the church and pastoral residence speaks well for St Michaels congregation The Sunday anniversary celebration will close with vespers and benedic tion at 730 oclock in the evening OUR MARY Asked and Received a Blessing From Cardi nal Gibbons Madame Mary Anderson Navarro specialblessingHouse near London England After the great mass meeting at Albert Hall London on Thursday night a strange lady pressed her way through the throng and asked Car dinal Gibbons for his blessing lIe asked her who she was To his de light she answered I am Mary Anderson Madame Navarro Cardinal Gibbons invited her to visit him at Norfolk House the next day She ac cepted the invitation received his blessing and was commended for her blameless life Mary Anderson Our Mary as we call het in Louisville is a graduate of Presentation Academy and has always been a devout Catholic Dur ing her long career on the stage she attended mass every morning All of this Cardinal Gibbons knew and he knew likewise that she was n Southern girl and a Kentuckian ROUTINE AT MACKIN Jfackin Council held a strictly routine meeting Tuesday night with presidingOneapp1elltlonvas new members were eleetejl It was decided to postpone the big initiation until October 7 D J Hummel was reported improving and John Schaefer well Owing jp the Supreme Council convention the next meeting will tae Wld Monday lafctead of Iue day night F 0 5 SCANDALS At the City Hall Tread Upon Each Others Heels These Days Chambers Gets a Good Berth Without Attaining the Honor Wooden Shoes the Only Thing Necessary to Equip Police NO ABATEMENT OF BURGLARIES Mayor Grinsteads reform adminis tratlon continues to have troubles They crop up over night like mush rooms but they are as poisonous as toadstools to Republican security and success this fall antI next Criticism over the proposed raise of the Mayors secret service fund from 1000 to 2500 developed that the General Council had failed to provide revenue for the public schools Next tiny came the announcement that W R Harris who had passed an exam ination of 9415 out of a possible 100 in the race for City Engineer was to be sidetracked for John R Chambers the present Building Inspector whose average was 908 per cent The walls that are going up are fearful What becomes of the secret service fund the people are saying Does not the Mayor have absolute control of It Does he have to make any accounting for It WJiy has it become necessary to increase it from 1000 to 2500 per annum What about our schools Will they have to suspend The appropria tion of thirtythree cents on the 100 valuation of taxable property to sup port the schools was overlooked Who was responsible and why Why does Mayor Grinstead take one of his pets for City Engineer when another man beat lhim to a standstill All these are questions that the people want answered and If the answer is not eminently satisfactory the result in November will not be in doubt By the way it is rumored that the city officials anti employes are being assessed to help the Taft campaign fund That is nice for a rerornjgov ernment Lafct Monday a big negro street cleaner at Fifth and Market streets wore a 5 hill pinned to the breast of his tan jacket To people who asked why lie did It he replied That is my Taft badge Now the public wonders whether he meant that It was given him to keep him in line for Taft or whether it was his contribution to the fund for Taft that Is being raised by city officials and employes What will the reform ministers of Louisville think when they learn that J M Butler in requesting a license to operate a saloon at Goo West Green street presented a letter of recommendation from Richard W Knott editor of the Louisville Even ing Post The saloon Is one of the most notorious dives in the Rid Light district Aided by the editor of the Post Mr Butler got Ills license Did you see the police parade Monday Did you notice the grotesque caps and dress coats All that is necessary to equip Col hangers force arc wooden shoes and after that they can shout in chorus Hdch Colonel Talc By the way the robberies and burglaries Ire not being abated What is the reason Did Lieut Rohert J Foster get in bad when ho raided a West Green street saloon that had protection from higher authorities Was not the case con tinued for two weeks to get matters straightened out What do you know about this Tt is rumored and the rumor has all the earmarks of authenticity that the police are too busy taking a political census to pay any atten tion to a little thing like a series of robberiesHere a coincidence The street cars for years stopped In front of George Korfliages place on Preston street Now they are stopping In front of the police station Robert J policeIsstreet car accidents to compromise rather than bring suit Is it possible that the street car company and Lieut Poster are yoked In harnes- sFEDERATION Of Jefferson County Has Got Down to Hard Work The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies met at Bertram Hall op Thursday night of last week with a comparatively full rep resentation of societies in attend once and President Newton 0 Rogers presiding The Library Commit tee made a report which was die cussed and approved President Rogers appointed Messrs Fitzgibbon Score and Connelly a committee to procure Rev Father Clark O P to deliver an address before the Federation at its October meeting Messrs Hlllerlcb and Cooney delegates in charge of the open meeting to bo held at St Bonl faces Hall reported that everytnlng was in readiness for Thursday night September 17 The speakers H was announced would be the Very Jer ytii r Richard Warn 0F JA Ed ward Neihauft Attorney Newton 0 Begem and Judge Patrick T Sufi o c van Drs P S Ganz and Ben J Lammers delegates Ho the recent national convention In Boston will give detailed reports of their ex periences The report of the com mittee was approved+ The matter of holding other open meetings during thcjfall and winter was discussed but Qt definitely de veryInterestingFederation in Boston la JAMES B BDRD1SS For Four Years State Treas urer A Gj H ROUSING 3Receptions IMiiiuil For Irish notionEnvoys In and Now York 1 National Convention of United Irish League tCoales XcxfVc k a People of Ireland Show Their Sympathy For the Irish Party t r t ELABORATE PLANS ARE MADE kzaea 1+ The convention of the Irish League in America which is to bo held in Boston next week promises to bring together some of the most noted IrishAmericans of this countryas well as some of the noted men in Ireland Great interest centers in the arrival of Hon John E Redmond leader of the Irish party in Parlia ment und his able colleague Hon Joseph Devlin who represents West Belfast in the House of Commons The delegates arrived in New fork Thursday and were met down the bay by a party of distinguished Irish American leaders from New York Brooklyn Philadelphia and Boston Thursday evening the Irish envoys were tendered a magnificent recep tion at the Hoffman House by the New York Council and branches of the United Irish League On Friday the envoys went to Boston and on their arrival were met by committees and escorted to the Hotel Lenox where they were greeted by the Boston Council arti branches of the United Irish League Today the envoys are attending the field day and ntnletlo tournament Irish games sports dancing etc Tonight addresses will be made by Messrs Redmond Devlin and Na tional President Michael Ryan of Philadelphia Tomorrow the Irish envoys and other distinguished visit ors will attend high mass at Holy Cross Cathedral On Monday the en voys will be guests of Coy Curtis Guild Jr and Mayor George Hib berth of Boston At 8 oclock Monday evening there will be a special meet ing of the National Committee National President Michael J Ryan will call the convention M or der nt Paunch huh at 11 oclock Tuesday morning The Most Rev Archbishop OConnell will open the meeting with prayer Gov Guild will welcome the Irish envoys and other visitors to the State and Mayor IIIbbard will welcome them to Boston At 8 oclock in the evening National Secretary John Oxalloghan will deliver a lecture Illustrated with stereopticon views showing the gains made for Ireland as a result of the United Irish League On Wednesday there will be business sessions in the morning and afternoon and the con vention will close with a mass meet log at 8 oclock in the evening The work of Messrs Redmond and Devlin in the cause of Ireland is well known to the majority of Irish Americans but they have come again to plead for Ireland and her people to plead for home rule against Brit ish rule Ireland has 103 representa tives In the House of Commons amt of these eightyone are Irish 3Sn tionallsts nnd fighting under the leadership of Redmond Of tile eightyone Irish Nationalists seventy opposition people satisfied with their stewardship This alone ought to show that the Irish people at home uphold the work of the Irish Parliamentary party There can be no doubt that Messrs Redmond and Devlin will be given rousing receptions in whatever cities in the United States they visit t English Catholic I school children are raking a fund of 50000 p nnla s- The money ward this eira ttnof a monument laie Cardinal Manninr Wrt at- CalbefMl 1 WAITING Louisville M Is Prepare Grand Welcome For Delegates Supreme Council to Attend Mass Before Opening Deliberations Busy Business Sessions Will Occupy Great Part of Week FEATURES OF SOCIAL NATURE All is in readiness for the Supreme Council convention of the Y M I which will meet in Louisville next week The Supreme Council Arrange meat Committee bus been at work for several months and at lust have things in nppie pie order This hard working committee which has labored so earnestly has been pre sided over by Supreme Director Tames T Shelley who is also the first President Of Mackln Council Ills colleagues were From Mackln Charles S Itaidy Secretary of the Committee lien Jf Sand It W Galwayand Louis J KiefferFrom Trinity Council Past Presi dent Eugene J1 Cooney Kdward Wulff William IHllcrich Andrew Kelfer and John J Sullivan Sr AlbanyARingenberg Charles F Pfeffer John Martel and Philip Soergel The Supreme Directors are expect ed to arrive tomorrow and will hold their session at Mackin Jab House Monday The convention proper will open Tuesday and as there is so much business to be transacted too sessions will probably continue until Saturday Of course there will be a number of social features for the entertainment of the delegates and visiting members of the order All of the business sessions will be lucid at Mackin club house Tuesday morning the delegates will assemble at Muck in club house NeWAlbathesermonmilli hiJlnqlfeFatherof Unity Council After muss the delegates will return to Mnekiiis club house to begin their delibera bans The principal business on Tuesday will be the welcoming ad dresses and responses and the ap pointment of committees The busi ness sessions will continue on Wednesday Thiilrsdny Friday nail probably Saturday The election of Supreme pfficers wilt take place either Friday afternoon or Saturday morning San Francisco and Seattle are the most strenuous bidders for the next convention Supreme President Mulinn hits named James T Shelley as a member of the committee on luws and revision but on account of business duties Mr Shelley was compelled to decline the honor Prom a social standpoint the entertainment of the visitors ought to satisfy the most fastidious There will be an automobile excursion overtime city trolley rides and on Tuesday night a banquet at the Galt and a ball at the same eveningTheMnckin Council in preparing a wel come for the visitors deserve their meed of praise For several weeks the daughters sisters sweethearts nail wives of MackinH members have been embroidering banners to decorate the convention hall and the council Is justly proud of their work Miss Ida taidy was Chairman of the committee and her assistants wore Misses Hattie Hlggins Mary Tierney Mary Rieger Cleo Charlton Eva Jlaidy Florence Dally Elizabeth Hawkins Mesdames late lUll James T Shelley Thomas D Clines RiegerThe charge has looked after the comfort of the vis- Itors by installing electric fans equipping committee rooms etc In cidentally Mqckins club house was lighted with electricity for the spe cial purpose of accommodating the Supreme Council The banquet at the Gait House Tuesday night promises to be a gala event Irene J Cooney Past Presi dent of Trinity Council will be the toastmaster James T Shelley of Louisville will deliver the address of SujtremePresident the way from Eureka Call to talk about The Church and The Ape P H McGuire of Pennsylvania will re spond to Our Country Sail On will be the slogan of State President La Vega Clements J B Queen will talk about Our Order on the Pacific Coast John J Keough of NeW subjectOrganization other addresses will be made by Past Supreme Presidents F J ICeirce of Sau Francisco and William Fogarty of Indianapolis BARE DISPENSATION His Holiness Pius X granted a dispensation from abstinence llast Friday to all who took part In thu Eucharistic Congress in London ENTERS CONVENT Miss Anastasla jawler daughter of eoflh9theFCeleaI teattoetseharmer pastor of St Patrick ea Shepherdago She Is a bright and highly cdu Gated young lady being a graduate of the Girls High School and Norma School and was ready to take a position as a teacher shortly when she quietly surprised her friends bj her departure for the convent at Carthage From there she writes to her friends that she Is delighted with her new life and the work of the Good Shepherd orde- rEICIIANGED IDEAS Central Committees Dele gates Had Nice Meeting Last Week The Central Committee of the C Iv of A which had so much to do with the success of the recent State convention of the order met at St Marys Mall Friday night of last week President Joseph P Men inn occupied the chair and John Tackler was chosen Vice president for the evening Eight branches and the two military companies were repre sented by two or more delegates Reports on the State convention were brief and to the point opiniontllllthenceforward devote its time and attention to visiting the various branches and to securing now near hers P J nowling made n stirring address and Delegates Holley Reich crt Vcuncniaii and Median all made proceedingsincident Capt Gus Kane spoke for the mill tary branch It urns n meeting for exchange of thought as well as of routine business std the ideas brought forth will undoubtedly prove of great advantage to the order LAST SESSION Congregation of Propa ganda Through With This Country The Congregation of the Propa ganda has held the last meeting it is ever likely to hold for the purpose of appointing Bishops in the church in the United States since this ceases to be a missionary countryof No ember 1 It settled the question about the new diocese of Rockford 111 The Right Rev Peter J Mul doon is to be its first Bishop It also deckled Unit the Very Rev Dr llmimi of Rochester wlljiinptbe nItpointed colt djiit01ttO Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco lhe cable message which disposes of the latter vexed question is dip lomatically worded and states that partly because of the Irregularity with which the ticket of candidates was formed the congregation decided to ask Archbishop Riordan to have new candidates proposed by the irre movable rectors and Archbishops of time diocese- It is asserted by those who are familiar with such subjects that it is the policy of Pope Pius to fill vacant secs with young men wher ever possible and practicable NEW USE For Irish Peat Beds Has Been Proven of Great Value Scientists have found n new use for the peat beds of Ireland From peat to electrical power is not an idle dream but an actuality The scheme is to erect a central station upon the Grand canal about twenty rloducepeat which will drive huge gas engines these in turn propelling electric generators of sufficient capacity to furnish electrical energy over Kings county and Kildare The process to bo exploited is that of a German inventor whose large factory near Munich has been operating successfully for about two years Pent containing as much as 50 per cent moisture can be used satis factorily tIle moisture becoming an essential ingredient of the water gas and preventing too rapid combustion An elaborate plant is to be installed for byproducts such as sulphate of ammonia tars and tar oils etc which In themselves are 01 appreciable commercial value In the German factory the process is of a dual nature Peat from which 75 percent of the moisture can be evaporated is converter into peat coke which is used as a fuel in the German navy and many industrial concerns while the raw material which retains half its moisture is for producing the gas from which the byproducts are extracted ROUTINE AFFAIRS Trinity Council Y M L held an other splendid meeting Monday night with President James B Kelly pre siding Three new applications were received Henry LeutkemeierA pf Lambert Young Council Frankfort made an interesting talk and praised tne new club house Otherwise the business was of a routine nature except that President Kelly announced that the formal openingof the club house has been postponed from No vember until February HAS EARNED REST The Uev FatberJb1mOConQOr pastor of Holy Name jehurch South Louisville Is to return home from hg Euronepn trip about October 1 AtVl 8t accounts leather wlUi1Miiiii Jtrr ret ulA I SOCIAL SIDl jtiO- f j H State Hibernian Assonibitcn Was Ovcrllowiiifr iii IHospitality w Jfw Itanqiict and Dance Brought Out puny Children of Erin Trolley tides Receptions Visit to State Fair and Theater ALL ENJOYED THE FUNCTIONS The banquet and the ball under the joint auspices of the Illbernlan and Ladies Auxiliary of Louisville ins honor of the State delegates brought WILLIAM J CONNELLYt t State Secretary Ancient Order of Hibernians the social entertainment of the visitors to a fitting climax Monday night The banquet was held in the spacious dining room of the Gait House which had been appropriately decorated tot the occasion andithv servic4r nnfhyuisincas + igtfggncr OSfiaugnessys best style Every person who sat at the banquet board received a handsome souvenir menu card County President John AtMurphy who presided as toastmaster had the State officers of the Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliaryiseated on either hand The other al guests aggregating 175 were ranged along tables convenient to hear the speakers The Rev FatherMC F Christmas O P invoked the blessing After the feast for the physical human was ended Toast master Murphy introduced Miss Mary Corcoran State President of the Ladles Auxiliary as the first speaker Miss Corcoran was very happy in her comments on the Ladles Aux iliary She said she feels that Ken tucky may soon lend in the society and expressed surprise that more Hibernians had not brought their wives sisters and sweethearts Into the order t State President Butler was down for a toast but as all wished to attend the dance he gave way to tho l Rev Father Christmas who spoko words of high praise for the Catholic s IrishAmericans who lead in all walks of life and who in Kentucky 2 arc leading their fellow citizens in every path The work of the Irish Americans in Kentucky he said was greater even than their work in New England because they had greater obstacles to overcome Judge M T Shine of CovingTbn in responding to Hibernianlsm was + peculiarly felicitous and declared that the representatives excelled all others at the national convention at Indianapolis He paid a feeling tribute to the late John J Barrett one of the first Hibernians he met in Louisville many years ago lie spoke eloquently of Hibcrnianism and its work for centuries past After Judge Shine brought Ills ad dress to a close the delegates and guests took cars and hurried to the Southern University building at Fifth and Kentucky streets where tho dance was in progress The spacious dancing hall was crowded with Terpsichores devotees the floor was never In better condition and the music furnished by Dennis Collins orchestra was splendid Old fashioned quadrilles Irish jigs and reels were interspersed with modern dances and it was 1 oclock before the lights were extinguished and the last dancers retired Many of the visiting ladies and gentlemen arrived Sunday morning in time to attend mass at some of the many churches In Louisville In the afternoon the visitors were given an Informal reception at Division 2s hall First and Market streets where refreshments were served anti nil indulged in social chat until the train of electric cars arrived to take them on a trolley ride mere were tWo carloads in time party and they traversed the principal streets of the city before teaching the residence oftMiss Mary CdreoranState Pllsl lentJof the Ladles Auxiliary tQ83 Port land avenue Miss Corcoran lawn Japaneselanternsl andBomanwitkpraiseTuesday Afaernooonmin 3 of the Hibernians and almostIal of theI Laiiea Auxiliary delegates attendta is Ii I r w ti 7CITOKY IRISH AMERJCAN 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN I Devoted to the Social and Moral AdvMcemement ol Irish Americans a d Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens i Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 3C Bnteredttb iWivltte Poitofflce a StccudClm fUtttr StrLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President Ih WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN 1JIUTISII SQUARE DEAL One thing that may be said for the alleged spirit of fair play and square deals among the British they play no favorites They have treated the Catholic church like they treated the athletes of the rest of the world by adding Insult to Injury In Turkey in 1ersla or in any seraicivilized coun try It is doubtful if the governments LLof those countries world have pre vented a religious procession such as the Catholics sought to have In Lon don last Sunday A procession was held but not in the manner orlg inally intended The Papal Legate Cardinal Vannutelll and eight other Cardinals will have nice reports to carry to their respective people TIll a insult to the Church came like a thunderclap from a clear sky Three thousand of the leading Catholic priests prelates and Car dinals of the Church had assembled In London to attend the Interna tional Eucharistic Congress The congress opened Wednesday and was to have concluded Sunday with the Blessed Sacrament carried in solemn procession Just before the mass meeting Thursday night Archbishopl tiBourne of Westminster Cathedral received a message from Premier Asquith deprecating the proposed 4Sunday procession and advocating its abandonment The Archbishopre plied that he could not net on a private intimation but the Premier Insisted that the communication was purely confidential and must not be published The Bournes are as old in family history as the Asquiths and the Archbishop refused to be made a f L toolof He insisted on a public re quest It was then that the Premier replied that In the Governments t opinion it would be better in the in terests of good order to abandon the proposed ceremonial the legality of T questionT the announcement the throngs of people cried Shame nut there is no shame u in the English character The inten tion to carry the Blessed Sacrament c in the procession was abandoned lest some insult might be offered Otherwise the procession was carried out much according to the original plans The crowds that packed the streets over which the procession passed 1 1and in the Cathedral were guarded by police but there was little excitc tnimt and few insults offered the prelatesThe Premier seems to be rsolely responsible for the Insult to the gathered prelates What will fair 3 minded Americans think of thin latest display of English fair play 4 SEES TilE FINISH- utek Louisville Herald which line been eminently fair In its discui ion itsTahead for that party in Louisville this year and next In an editorial last Saturday the Herald said The ceaseless turmoil and squabbling among members of time lower board of the General Council must be put to a hasty end if the Republican party hopes to continue In power longer that the term for which its representatives were elected last November This Is very true an far as It goes but the Herald might also have referred to the unrest in the upper board to tho Fulton street and JUdgeway alley matters to the bick erings In the police department and detective bureau All of these troableaaFGlmelping tho Democratic cause4Y BRYAN AND POPE PIUS Some oY the Taft exploiters arc x theaCatholics against William Jennings TIryanwtth trio story that Bryan ass discourteous to Pope Plus because he did not call upon him when l in Home in 1005 As a matter of iaot Bryan Is a Presbyterian and under W Wgtl6n to pay his respects to ike iope But those Interested iIn s sigatgRryagasiledir to report thM tM rttfcirned to Rome sought sell obtain an AlieneeI with Ilia HoUueM Mid in nUcbooki The Old W anal Ite Ways MOt an ea tire chapter to the Vatican and Pope Pius His descriptions lire all that the most fervent Catholic could de sire THE STATE lAm The State Fair this week was an unqualified success in every par ticular and surprised even the most sanguine of its promoters If the COMMITTEE ARRANGEMENTS SUPREME CPUXCIL CONVENTION MlddleRow erg Charles Hillerlcli JSMartel Sr present Interest keeps up and there Is no reason why should not Ken tuckys State should soon rank with the fairs of Ohio and New York The horse shows the display of tine cattle sheep and hogs the racing the agricultural and horticultural displays the best liver seen In Kentucky Time Lirework displays at night were also good the crowds day night were larger than expected IrishAmerican night also brought out large crowd all enjoyed the outing The Louisville Railway Company did its part in tributing to the success of the fair by extending its lines and providing rapid transportation Upon time whole the management to be commended Every visitor to the Hll ernian State convention and to tTint of the Ladles Auxiliary was loud in praise of the treatment accorded the dele glitcH while in Louisville They com plimented the people the press the hotels the County Board and Hiber nians In general for hospHaSIty ex tended BIG EUCHRE The Ladles Auxiliary of H have arranged to give euchre and social at the home of Misses Elizabeth and Bertha King Bank street Thursday night All time HibeVnians are invited HOME The Father Stephen M assistant rector at St Anthonys church in Jcffersonville is spending well earned vacation on farm owned by the order in Southern Indiana He will return In out two weeks NEW OFFICERS CHOSEN rhe following officers for St Edwards Sewing Circle New Al bany have been elected to servo torn year Mrs Herman Fein Presi lent Mrs Gus Weinman Vice Presi dent Miss Mary ODonnell Secre tary Mrs Theodore Treas urcr The Sewing Circle has raised something more than 1000 for fit Edwards Hospital during the past year IMMENSE CATHEDRAL The Cathedral of Westminster London England where time ligious services in connection with tho recent Eucharistlc Congress were holdlis much larger than the famous Westminster Abbey the former Cath olic Cathedral stolen from the Cath nryVInThll feetheight Ie1rI3I f soeiTvti Miss Emily McAtceT has returned from visit to Hardlnsburg j Miss Margaret Shelley of South Louisville has gone to attend Vassar College Mrs Walter Glover who has been In Paris since July returned home Sunday Miss Marcclla Meagher has turned from two weeks visit to Chicago Miss Nell McAullffe of Parkview has resumed her studies at St Cath erines Academy Miss Nellie Loamy has returned from a visit to Miss Katherlnc Kcegan of Parkview v Misses Cora and Virginia OMcara of South Louisville have returned from Dawson Springs Mrs Clasby and daughter Miss Agnes of 1225 Zane street have I1 AM A Hlngcn Ben 1 C L TJ Shelley J It Fair were mind and a and Is the A O1 a 1600 PASTOR COMING Kev C a a nl I t re i j f a re a P B returned from a visit to Colemau Knlpp anu family at Glasgow Miss Anna McGlll has returned home after upending two months in Paris and Switzerland Misses Genevieve and Frances Dowllng are visiting Jasper Rod man std family at Owcnsboro Miss Margaret Newman of Frankfort is the guest of Mr and Mrs Thomas Newman of Clifton Miss Anna Mcagher has returned to her hone in Portland after a pleasant visit to MooresvllU Ind Mrs L ORourke and babyof Chnrlestown are the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 W ORourke of LynnhurstDr 11rsiity U Rodman of Shelbyvllle were the guests of Mrs George iL Wilson during time State Fair Misses Mary std Annie Fitgibbons have had ns their guest Miss Mary May a leader in time younger social set of Central City Mrs W L Donley of Lawrence burg spent the week In this city ns the guest of her daughter Mrs H Sullivan of Parkland Miss B Chawk of Somerset who has many in this city is here on a visit as the guest of Miss Josic Connelly of J700 Seventh street John J Cronin the well knovtrl electrician has journeyed front Michigan and is now in Canada In search of from hay fever hiss lEmma Ramp of Twenty seventh street is visiting her aunt Mrs Dr Grant at Sparta Kyand Incidentally the Carroll county fair Mrs Nannie Brady maid daughter Miss Sue and Mrs W Miller all of Frankfort are spending the week with relatives and friends in Portland John C Graves has returned from bUShlcHstrlPtllrough1the and Indianapolis Albert D Gregg returned yester day from Shelbyvllle where he had been spending his vacation beanromntathat thnrn awful drouth tthat Dan McKennn one of the best known Hibernians In this city who went to Washington DC in conic pany with his little daughter Mary Margaret returned Home in time to attend the State convention The marriage of Miss Prances Newman and AJthUJirk JJoardman 1rolYIcrQHe1tnrolt on the VenUur of Oetober 1 UM 1U y Tftrtfaer John SherfaUn otfioUtfefI Mae Nenwu Ila the at V tractive daughter of and Mrs Scott Newman The fortunate young man holds a responsible position with the Standard Oil Compnnys local office Capt and Mrs James P Jacobs have arrived home after a pleasant trip to Niagara Falls Buffalo and Canada IEn route home they paid a visit to Michael Cady a brother of jMrs Jacobs who resides at Havana 111 Miss Blanche Shelley accompanied by Miss Roberta Tucker and Miss Louise Shelley left Sunday for New York Miss Shelley and Miss Tucker will go to VMarymount Tarry tot n on the Immdson to school during the winter J P Kieran and familywho have I made their home in Memphis tiring the past ten years have returned to Louisville to reside Mr Kclran is the eldest son of the late Owen Kclran for many years Treasurer of Division 2 A O 1L Thomas Kinegan the well known assistant vardmaster of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company is all smiles this week It is a girl Grandpa Michael and Uncle Pat are ON hnbranner William Bottom RowE Rtildy Sullivan new Moritz Mo Mr pointz Tkuritdajr Col still hi love with girl babies and now have two to divide their attentions between surprise party was tendered Mr dud Mrs Julius Armbruster at West Fourth and Spring streets New Albany Monday night in hour of their sixteenth wedding anniversary The guests Iindulged in a euchre game after widen refreshments were served Miss Ada Conkllng of Covington the retiring State Secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary of the IL will be the guest of Miss Mary Cor coran 1083 Portland avenue for the next fortnight and local Hibernians and their ladles are planning many social affairs In her honor Mr and Mrs John D Heck enter tained Friday evening of last week in honor of their daughters Miss Evas birthday Among those presort were Misses Minerva Allen Agnes Blackmail Loretta Burke Lillian Clegg Mnrle Coleman Norma Denhnrd Mary Doyle Helen Fullen love Helen Gross Lillian Hinzun Grace h Ilnbbard Leoln Haehl Lillian Nevln Ruth OConnor Anna Smith Anna Shymanskl Edna Tierney Eva heck Messrs Harry Batts John Harvey Beck Sauter Buerke Henry Coleman Albert Clegg Barney Camp bell Ray Uc Harte Lincoln Doyle Edward Ktheridge Allen Fullenlove Harry HachJ George Kreumcr George Loddiu Bobert Lockwood Milton hussar Montfort Rcilley ClmresRynii Joseph Ryan Frank Sackstedvrieter Smith Ernest Spindle lames McCloy Tyler Watts Marion Wllberdlng Mesdames Christ OConnor and Joseph Novin presided at the punch bowl tSOLEMN TIUDUUM The Right Rev Bishop Clmtnrd of Indianapolis has Issued a pastoral to his clergy ordering iv solemn trlduum which began yesterday and continues today and tomorrow in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the ordination of His Holiness Pope Plus XWIIJIJSAl FAHEWELL The members of St Johns congre gationwill assemble at 330 oclock Sunday afternoon at the school hall Clay and Walnut streets to say fare well to tho venerable and Very Rev Father Lawrence Bax who has resigned his pastorate after fiftytwo years of haul work The men of the congregation held meeting Tues day L t J ldeliver the farewell address JEIAPPY OCCASION George Seadley the well known carpenter contractor celebrated the sixtyfourth anniversary of his birth at his home 1659 Shelby street last Sunday He was born on Jefferson street iand hag never resided else where than lit the Esst End For time past fortyye rs he has been 1IB bualfienB for blwself UI Wife and ten children were all ultra and happy to1 at hate honJ1lablrthdyidesthese nineteen grandchildren tutail4dl te the festivities H KbNIUUCYDt Continued from First PageJ slty of uniformed rank and degree teams indorsed the policies pursued jy lIon John E Redmond as head of the Irish party in Parliament in dorsed the GermanIrish Alliance that Is now making progress In the East recommended the formation of juvenile divisions or cadet corps as adopted by the national conven tion demanded representation on public library boards for the Hiber nians and urged that steps be taken to insure the teaching of Irish history in parochial schools and tnt Irish histories be placed on the shelves of all the libraries Time report of the committee was adopted In Its entirety John ML Mulloy In behalf of the Grievance Committee stated that all was harmonious among the Hiber nians In this Stele and that his committee had nothing to report Will J Connelly for the Finance Commit tee reported that the books of the Secretary and Treasurer had been examined and that both were found correct and well kept with a slight Incrensp in the funds of the order In Top RowE J Coons Kief fer J Sand F P fetter Wulf S J J J con next O Dr B J friends relief vn A their home A O a the Treasurers hands Time Press Committee recommend ed advertising the order through the press quoted the words of the Holy Father Plus X on the press and be speaking support for the Kentucky Irish American and the Record All of the committees recommendations were concurred in While waiting for the report of the Committee on ByLaws tho delegates were addressed by several of the leading members Judge M T Shine of Covington gave assurance of Ills interest in tIle welfare of the order Thomas Quinn former County President in Louisville expressed the hope that the convention would redound to the credit uf the A O H and the Irish people Attorney Inomas Walsh said he was gratified at the large attendance and time in I telligence of the body Former State President Thomas Keenan felt proud of the convention and of time I Ladies Auxiliary Former State I Secretory James Coleman Frank P McDonogh of Division 4l Dr Charles Edclen Peter J Cuslck Dr Robert Emmet Sullivan anti Joseph P Mc Ginn also made short but interesting talksThe Committee on ByLaws through its Chairman Lawrence J Mackey reported tho following pro posed amendments That nomina tions and election of division officers shall take place at the same meeting that no State or county officers shall serve more than one consecutive term that the State Secretary shall forward annual reports to all divis ions that when a national conven tion is held more than 1000 miles away from the State only1 the State President snail be sent The report was fully and freclj discussed by Con T Ford Patrick T Sullivan Judge M T Shine and othersAll of the recommendations were concurred in save that which made State and county officers ineligible for more than one consecutive term The committee also recommended that nnnual field 1 ays be t11 wherever practicable This recommenda tint was also concurred in The next matter considered was the election of State officers and the result was as given above It was decided to hold the next biennial convention at Ashland The convention then ad journed sine tlleIAs soon as the Ladles Auxiliary and the Hibernians took a recess after the preliminary addresses the wcnt1ntocxecutlreiSCSzif Rummage Mary Leniban Kate Bradley Katherine Howard FinanceRoseCarroll Schwartz Saline Moran- ResolutionsJulia Carley Anna RHim Margaret Sullivan Mrs Swan bourne a BlinabehKingOrlv Bce Mpyett Doyle 3tAr- n STEWART DRY GOODS CO- t Business Established Sixty 1t- anRRL r Interesting Bargain Prices in Table Linens Towels and I Pillowcases There isnt a bargain feature of this sale more interesttt ing than these special values offered in Table Linen and Napkins Double Damask Table Linen two yards wide pure t 00ternsJ i Sale of 100 dozen Shamrock Linen Napkins an extra value from John S Browns Sons looms t HC 2Special at P tJ Sale of 100 dozen Satin Damask Napkins extra size in a variety of patterns regular value 500 375Special at 4 29cofSTEWART COIncorporated 1 W CONNECTION WITH LAMES McCBEEBY 4 aNEW YOfUL 144 + + + + q4 i eLOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISIIES fTHAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH I j 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundredswhy not you see the sign 2 I OwnerJJ I Academy of the Sacred HeartCRESCENT HILL Louisville KyM8 CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS Thl beautiful garden spot enriched by nature and embellished by man gtnmU on an eminence overlooking the pike leading toCherokee Park from which IIIB distant about one and onehalf miles Beautiful driveways through Ihe surrounding ncres plclllrellQue walks outdoor specialadvantagestaughtextraClassicalConservatoriesare clveu from time to time by artists of national repute In the Art School every oppor I charCOOIdrllwMOTHER DIRECTRESS S AesdemyP Ky mxsxfya tJ- a SCHOOL SUPPLIES BOOKS SLATES TABLETS ETC THEO RECTANUS CO PRESTON AND MARKET STS Goodness knows the goodness shows In FOX RIDGE It is large clean and glossyhas no equal and has always winnerINCORPORATED Scanlon Coal CoTELEPHONE405 caret Callahan Mary Kelly Julia KellyPressAnita OConnor Mrs Dan Dougherty Mrs 7 B Dempsey Mary llurdiss Knchael Patterson The convention did not bring its sessions to a close until Tuesday afternoon when time following officers were elected PresidenttoMargaret C Doyle Cov ingtonVice President Mrs Ian Swln bourne Newpor- tSecretaryMiss Teresa MeDer molt Paris- TrensurerJliss Elizabeth King LouisvilleIt decided to mold the next State convention at Auhlaiid when the Hibernians meet there Miss Mary Corcoran State Presi dent and Miss Ada Conkllng State Secretary declined to stand for re election Moth had served two terms and were Democratic enough to want somebody else to hold office Mis Corcoran said We expect to work just as we did as officers We have turned over five branches of the Auxiliary in good shape Many new bylaws have been added and I think all the delegates are well pleased BENEFICIARY EUCHRE Time Colonial Euchre Club will give a beneficiary euchre at Holy Tame school hall Fourth and 0 streets South Louisville on Tuesday evening Time games will be started at 8 oclock sharp and the admission will be only twentyfive cents BIG GLASS INITIATED St Edwards Commandery Knights of St John initiated a class of twelve new members at St Jpscphs Hall New Albany on Tuesday night A team front Jeffersonville con ferred the degrees A social session uiul oaUquctT fallowed the degree work EUCHRE AND SOCIAL The Grand International Ausrillary of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will give a euchre at tho South Louisville Bank building Fourth and Central avenues on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday October 7 The games will be called promptly at230 and B oclock Many handsome sareto be awarded Tiee of fftyPari I n ftlUa and yahk Jis mwA worn bet- A 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds Anthracite 825 THAT Boys Suit Should Come From Us Everything that is bright andattractive and service able for the boys we have Our line is just as uptodate andcomplete as the uptown stores bub our location iis in Your Favor We dont pay the rents thats why we can save you money LET US SHOW YOU M S Moses Co Incorporated IEN8INDBOY8COMETE OWIEIiTERS- A 534 W Market Street ARTHUR J kINSEUA Mar PRIVATE HOSPITAL FIR THE CUE IF INSANE AM p EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jcffersonville hospitaltorpileptic patients Both male and ialepatients are admitted Rates very mess enable For further particulars apply to- rlOTHERMARVRBaiNA n HERCY HfriHTAL t AVore r1te14- sain8j t a pus sang Kt astgtl of fteo- t 000q1t 1 i r1 4- aI- t y KF2TTITOKY IRISH AMERICAI T- ft NNNNN4laANNNNN44NN014NNlNNN NN04 4 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I cr1durn on 1531 W MARKET STREET NN NNIOtN NNNNOON NN- aa HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East JSdC alrJ Street Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 8102 ti1D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 0 All Calls Aniwirid Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i THOMAS KEENAN y Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nlehtCarrlafll1225 W MARKET ST We dont presume to dictate to you hot you remind walls Simptyball plaster your you that In the end DIAMOND WALL PLASTER will save you money Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Inik anti River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plat ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phnne 655 HOME PHONE 8- 772JohnMRidge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 1140 Overtoil Street HERRMANN BROS t it IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal frerain Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Tet14I 234 SIXTHI STREET C i HENRY HUNOLD JIN 0 sup in Fmy enetrin l1A NMTetMS JMmC MMI o f r i1 OINNReMN CI wiilihM iteiI Hy 1 f palU 1IIW IALWIT 7V tCRULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday ennIIngs and Wednesday matinee The Comic Opera Success IIQARIQOLDTh- ursday Friday and Saturday even- Ings and Saturday matinee 4A S I UBBORN CINDERELLA A Musical Comedy 1lOc HOPKINS lOc1 Where the Crowds do HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m I Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Satu- rdaySENNINGS PARKTa- ke THIRDSTREET CARS Open when all others are closed Here you will find firstclass ser vice and everything the best GHas fl Rogers 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 looks Magazines and Religious Articles Or XTXRT DKHCniPXION 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones IOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed r Hams Pbeni 1942 Cumb Siulh 2I THOUKEflNEy EUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning PreParatloas at cwt prices MIXTH AND OAK NEW SEMINARY c New Orleans is to have a new dip oesftn seminary The cornerstone Will be laid October 7 and tVe new beeupkneby r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put Weekdeneral- News Note The Tennessee State convention will open at Nashville tomorrow Division 4 is considering a propo sition to give n series of dunces dur ing the fall and winter Den Collins orchestra made good at the dance Monday night Anybody V HON LA VEGA CLEMENTS 1IGrand President Young Mens Institute Kentucky could dunce to that music The New York State convention at Ogdensburg was opened with solemn high mass at St Marys Cathedral The Ladles Auxiliary extended a special vote of thanks to the local Hibernians for the courtesies rev ceived Miss Catherine Kane of Paris has been offered a home in Louisville and it is said that she is considering tthe proposition seriously The Ladles Auxiliary to Division 5 of Utica N Y celebrated Its elev enth anniversary last week with an elaborate musical and literary pro grammeIndiana divisions now have a membership of 3359 an Increase of 304 since July 1007 and within the past two years have organized four new llvlslons The Ladies Auxiliary of Louisville met Wednesday night and received rilteen npplkHtlouH Thus shows that the State convention aroused Inter est in the order Mrs Jennie McDonald SIrs Fine tnn Mrs Charlton and Miss Ada CQnkling all of Covington remained iver to attend the Ladies Auxiliary Wednesday night Mrs Jennie McDonald Miss Ada Rankling and the Misses Charlton md Finegan of Covington lent lots if vim to the State convention of the Ladles Auxiliary At Binghamton N Y the order had an outing and field lay last week A feature was a baseball game and the Hibernians beat the K of Cs by a score of 1 to 0 The thirteenth biennial convention of the order In Minnesota will be held at Duluth next Tuesday and Wednesday It promises to be the most important convention of the order in the State The Associated Photo Company took admirable pictures of the delegates to both the Hibernian and Ladies Auxiliary convention The group was splendid and tie pictures will be held ns souvenirs The Ladies Auxiliary gave Miss Mary Corcoran the retiring State President a rising vote of thanks Wednesday night for her hard work in preparing for the State convention and entertaining the visitors Al T Patterson Vice President of Division 1 Newport was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish Ameri can office this week He was a prominent meihber of the Committee on Rules at the State convention- J B Burdiss of Ashland who served two terms as State Treasurer declined to serve another term and likewise declined to oppose State President Butler for reelection lie said he thought Mr Butlers ono good term deserved another Among those who asslsteu Miss Mary Corcoran In receiving her guests Sunday night were Misses Fannie Kennedy Cherry Rogers Kate Doyle Nellie Downey Annie Hines Rose Sweeney and Emma Usher Thanks are due to Thomas Dolnn who did the heavy work Newport sent a splendid delegation to the State convention in John Barton Iresldent of Division J Vice President Al J Paterson Recording Secretary Thomas Hester Financial Secretary John Callery David Hurley Treasurer and James Tlernan Secretary of the County BoardIndiana Hibernians held their WnsltlngtonlastState officers William UXetly Richmond President Patrick B Walsh Terre Haute Vice President J P Grace Kokomo Secretary Charles A Kidwell Washington TreasurerThe fashioned quadrille at the piecedoJohn II Hennessy William M Hig gins John G hessian and D J Coleman were among the dancers and time way they footed It was SWpperyfloorshadnoteF The AshlkiHl delgettlon wan made President Thomas I 30wrdNvttnto PvMldent IftebMl 1 Furtell Vice President Thomas M Howard who was elected State Treasurer Recording Secretary Emanuel Clinton Financial Secretary J B Burdiss Jr Treasurer T J retiringState1 Tierney John nail Wilfrid Seery Thomas Howard the veteran County President of Boyd County came to the State convention and brought two sons and a daughter as delegates Mrs1 B Burdifis and Miss Katie Howard both of Ashland Ky and both dejegates to the Ladles Aux iliary were among the welcome vis 1 itors to the Kentucky Irish American office this week rlt was the first visit of these ladles to Louisville but they promisedI to return soon and often KNIGHTS I OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere St Louis Knights are organliiif companies of xounvcs and nil third degree members tire eligible tSDallasimuve nn exemplification of the fourth degree on Thanksgiving tiny The class will he limited to 200 candidates Only those Orecc Catholics who recognize the spiritual supremacy of the Pope will be iultnltted to membership in the order Ivy this ruling members of the BOcnlled Orthodox Greed church arc excluded A picked nine front Howling Green Council played a team front the Bowling Green Elks a game of baseball Wednesday of last week and won by a score of twelve to eight Manager tMiwiney of the Knights has Issued challenge to nay team In the city for a game REGENT DEATHS John Mf Dalton who had conducted a merchant tailoring establishment on Walnut street between Second and Third for several years died at his home Floyd and Walnut streets Tuesday night lie fell a victim to typhoid fever Mrs Kate Harris thirtyfive years old died at the family home 1010 Eleventh street Sunday evening anti the funeral took place from St Williams church Tuesday morning Time deceased is survived by her hus Land F T Harris a machinist and three children targuretHanlonson Capt Jerry Hanlon 132 East Market street Friday night of last week took place from St Michaels church Sunday afternoon The deceased wns born in Ireland sixty seven years ago Capt Jerry Hanlon of the uCo fi Engine Company Is her sonMrs Susunne Meffert born In Ger many seventysix years ago but long a resident of Louisville died at her residence 2212 Logan street Sunday afternoon The funeral took place from St Vincent del Paul church Tuesday morning Three daughters survive her They arc Mrs F Joseph Herrmann Mrs John Paul and Mrs John Schucker The deceased had lived in Louisville sixty years anti was highly respected byall who knew her One of time oldest and most be loved IrishAmerican ladies of Louis rifle passed away Sunday afternoon in the person of Mrs Agnes limes who died at the family rcdsJence 1010 West Madison street Her hus band Thomas K Hlnes a veteran Irish Rationalist and worker in the St Vincent de Paul Society two sons William J General Baggage Agent of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and Thomas Jrnnd a daughter Miss Mary A limes sur vive her A large concourse of friends attended the funeral which took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Tuesday morning CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION Mount St Marys College Emmits burg Maryland will celebrate its centennial anniversary on Wednes day and Thursday October 14 and 15 Tills college which Is often called the mother of Bishops was really be gun on October G 1808 but the cele bration has been deferred to suit tile convenience of Cardinal Gibbons The Right Rev Bishop MeClpskey was a profeesoratStMarysbefore uf time American Coll rey Father D prM PresWwit and EatbeeJohn Tlera y Vice Iretident we nmtlveti of Louimrllle IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges County Donegal Is suffering train terrible floods John F Mngulre IIIIK been appoint ed Postmaster nt Dunjeer to miedecl J V Scully resigned I Fire destroyed the entire seasons I crop of hay on the premises of Anthony Liscoc A nine I IIhe Ardee convent school was nwnrried first prize for lace tatting at the recent Dublin IExposition Miss Jtosle McQunde tiled at the home of her brotherinlaw loin Duffy Cast leblancy lifter a few weeks illness Anthony Swan of County Loath has applied to the Government for a patent oil a process and apparatus for purifying stench Timothy OBrien a blacksmith who forged pikes for the Fenians In 05 CO and 67 died near Nenagh and was burled nt Taughnlnrra near Lough Derg Miss Maggie Itrcnhun one of the most beloved young Itidies of Dun Balk died at the County Lonth ilos pital The interment took place at Knockbridge Hubert Mills of Lisngowny a well todo farmer and highly esteemed man has been committed to the County Monaghan Asylum as a dan gerous lunatic Mrs Mary Urcnnan widow of John Itrcnnan and about sixtyfive years old was found dead att her home near Sheelngh Death resulted from a stroke of paralysis Mss Viola Flynn the thirteen year nld daughter of 1 1 Flynn of the Hibernian flank Dundnlk at the risk of her live saved Miss Nary Spillanc from drowning at Greenore In County Longford John McXnlly who is believed to be insane shot anti killed James McKenna and seriously wounded Patrick Fnrrelly MeNally was still at large at last ac counts The Dundnlk log slow is said to have been the finest ever held in the country and brought out 520 canine representing every breed from the Cove of the Cork to the Glens of Antrim Patrick Conlan thirtyfive yews old was accidentally drowned in a pool near Sligo and in the townland of Glanagoola The deceased was un usually pupularin the community iin which he lived The llev Father John Guiry curate at Waterford was accidentally drowned while bathing in the river at Tramore He had recently rev turned to Wntcrford after spending nine years in Australia Patrick Mulligan Patrick Sloan Thomas Gronrke Michael Gallagher Patrick Duffy John McGrnth anti IEdward McCnffcrty were killed iii an collieryCoumtytl by a wife anti eight children MOTHKK SUPERIOR HOME Sister Mary IScginn Mother Superior of Mercy Hospital in loC fcrsonville has returned from Boston Mass whither she went two weeks ago in the interests of the order anti hospital PAULIST ENTERPRISE The iaullsts have entered the dio cese of Galveston at the invitation of Bishop Gallagher They have three buildings in course of erection a chapel n residence for the priests In charge and a building containing a library reading room auditorium and reception room for social meetings MACAULEYS THEATER Two good attractions are promised for MncnuleyK Theater next week The latest commie opera success Marigold will hold the boards during the first half of the week A Stubborn Cinderella a musical com edy of favorable repute will be give during the last three nights anti with a Saturday matinee AFTER 3IAXV YEARS For the first time in more than twenty eigimt years the Catholic Knights of America will hold their Supreme Council In Nashville In May 1910 The order was founded In that city more than thirty years ngo The Nashville Knights are rais ing funds to provide a suitable reception and entertainment for the delegates and visitors- CENTURIES OLD Time Dublin Freemans journal says that the library of the British Museum has acquired a manuscript which contains a treatise on short hand The manuscript which IIs on velum refers to the tenth century It gives the stenographic signs and their equivalent in Latin and at tributes the invention of shorthand to Tulllus Tim a Greek slave of Cicero Shorthand has been declared 1manuscript1iing new under the sun UP WITH THE TIMES Five of the leading nonsectarian universities of the United States nre now provided with Catholic chapels and The Paullst Fathers have established lecture halls in conS nection with the State University of Texas and the University ot Cali fornia Archbishop 0Connell of Boston has provided a chapel anti lecture hall for the Catholic students at Harvard the venerable Bishop McQimld of Rochester has secured a 15000 chapel for the students at Cornell and time Catholic residents of Madison WIs hate purchased a plat of ground for 10000 and pro pose to ergot thereon a chapel to coit 25000 COMFORTER ECONOMY Cut old heavy drew skirts ini square reds rte twelve inches Sow- on4t Sewing aiwehineatid lino tttiMjr Jkuwel taMl tfnfe J y tsamy XMsfcfctr wtound Mb quwrc FRANK FEHR XNOORPORArED BREWING GO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913Twe WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS d Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVJJIE KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER1Ji ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7669 COMB PHONE WEST II JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCO + INCORPORA TB- DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYVCELEBRATED CREAM BEER ti 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY OFFICEOHOURS SUNDAYS 8 6 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Doae For the Lent Mosey Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR HIJJ CDUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH S1UE- ETSUBSCRIBE NOW FOR THE KentuckyIrish American U Sent anywhere in the United States for 1 per year Foreign countries 150 per year OHOIJE Cut Blooms Plants and Nskits at RIIMIPRES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 6M FOURTH AVENUE Both PhMlcs 223 bre II a1ctnt1 ChlldJ J Iea D aa ss a SpecialtyJ 11 C N NIK 1119 F RIAL All the new Spring and Bummer Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHTu504 W JEFFERSON ST t OTTO B VENT Proprietor Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNBS SMITH LADY EMBALMER w Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones Give your prepareST COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Loulivlllc Ky Conducted by the Xaverlan mothers Clanilcal Scientific and nuilnei Courses Preparatory De SnlmmingpoolWellEqulppeaGymnaalam t HENRYYAAA1JJ PULSE AND CLEANER LiiiisMi Oats Wsarlg Apparel WORK GUARANTEE rime 26J852fiftIiSt WINES UQUMS VALSII SALOONVAL L1rF lit Pa- HotLJ1aftiYori from hM to 1lclock- 44gijWO R i AK f p r KENTUOKY IRISH A1kIFiRIOAl T I THE BIG STORE j 44MENS This Week As a Special HIGH GRADE SUITS j 15OO ITHE BIG STORE 424 St1Between JJMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO nunI The C KolIrOS School of Music Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND VIOUN LESSONS 43 Minutes One lesson lper Week J200 per Mouth 43 Minutes Two 400 CORNET LESSONS CKOLLROS31lInutes One Iesson per Week t200 lper Month Two 400 INIINNIIMNNHI The above Lessons at Pupils Residence 100 per lesson Chorus andHarmony and Composition 200 per Hour Orchestra LESSON HOURS s A M to 10 r M Conductor SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BEQINNEKS i FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 1rI 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAYr Centrally located on all car Hues accessible to all parts of the city and parks t MUSIC IN THE HOME Is atall times essential and there is no time when it is ape predated more than in the summer A- rARrANDcEcILIAN PIANO Will supply this music If there is no one in the family thatt can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection J 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- ecllianMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 6QSeOO FOU TH VENUE VMOWmXttB Jt 2 BLUE RIBBON WINNERS Mulloys excellent Coffees and Teas are always best in quality flavor and purity Phone a trial order for his l SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC Green Black or Mixed Teas an A fexcellent grade 1 pound for T3- CMULIjOY COFFEE ROASTER I liUome Phone 1323 2314r W AIARICICT S1tREET NONNNON0000 AONNON tNNeNONN00N0ANONON- h h J lOLl i MICHAl SZ34EJ SHOE PARLOR I i We want you to know that we are ready to attend to every shoe want you may have The new styles in Shoes Oxfords Ties etc for I men women and children are nre We sell the best Shoes we can buy as low as anyone can afford to sell them and oUt guarantee goes with every sale we make Give us one trial and you will come again OWOONONONNOONNN00010 NOOONNONON DR LTVe- terinary CHAWK Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phonii 2399 OFFICE AND FORD 913415 SEVENTHS t- II nnnn7M J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINQ Pns Mar Vice Pro fc Trias Sicritary Fu Bannon Sewer Pipe Go e Sat Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe aaeQas Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam CoHdalts Wall Co Dral Tile Yltrifled Street Paring Britt Fire heeeg Flae P pa tie Lining lire Brick Grate ant Jailer Tile Groan Fire Clay Chimney TepLawHVaiesVitri ed Sidewalk IricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TB1BPHONBB73 WORKS I3th aad Lextagloa and MagsioH Ave Rat pth and loth T8L8 HONB 3833 A 1 JAJaIwit i 1 I7i18 WLJ rr- n OItJIe Ilrn AJu KQliIBj 349 wt Ontori strut t- JQII41i11 XH H AA 0 rr ALrre I PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONES j y i iTOTHE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Every man has some one depending upon him whether it be a devoted wife prattling babes an aged mother or young sisters who y rightly look for husbands or brothers strongarmed support This It t is an obligation which the man who is a true American citizen tt always assumes f You are no doubt fulfilling that duty but have you provided ff- o for the loved ones in case you are taken from them By the pay If ment of a small amount yearly you can guarantee them a tidy sum i 33 33ifyou die or if you live provide for yourself in your old age This S is life insurance and the insurance policy steps in and gives you i protection you can not give yourself jj This protection is provided by the Citizens Life Insurance Com t pany It is a Louisville company and operates under the Kentucky 2 iilawslaws that protect the interests of the policyholders Its officers i j and directors are men who stand high in this and other com munities It has assets of over 1000000 5 Let us explain this plan to you It will take but little of your ty time and the benefits will be great Telephone or drop a card to the j f t CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY = MW BURD Managing Director f t September 1 1908 Cumb Main 1200 Home 1101 1 3 RESTING Bishop Spahling Is Spending Summer in Old Kentucky Monte To the Manor Born and Iis Member of Very Old Fatuity Prolific AVrltcr inrt Eloquent lecturer May Recover in Tune FOUNDER OF ST AUGUSTINE The HIght Kev Julia Lancaster Spalding who resigned as Bishop of Peoria 111 last week is spending the summer at the home of his sisters In Marion county Besides being en deared to Catholics as one of the most brilliant members of the Ameri cun hierarchy he is also esteemed as a Keutuckitn and one of this States most brilliant sons Bishop Spalding is n member of one of the oldest and most distinguished families In this State His uncle the Most Rev Martin John Spalding was Bishop of Louisville before he was made Afcli bishop of Baltimore Another dis- tinguishedf iiiHle was the late Father lien Spalding who left quite a sum of noney to found a home for boys Bishop Spalding was born nt Leb anon on Toro 2 1840 After his or dination he was one of the assistant priests at tho Cathedral of the Assumption in 1807 and it was he who founded St Augustines church Fourteenth told Broadway in all probability the first Catholic church for colored people in America A few years later lie left the diocese and on May 1 1877 was consecrated Bishop of Peoria A few years ago he suffered n paralytic stroke and has never entirely recovered Since his illness the affairs of the diocese of Peoria have been largely adminis tered by the Right Rev Peter J OReilly coadjutor Bishop onlyhnrd a up his hard work after his elevation to the episcopacy Ito was a prolific writer an eloquent lecturer and al ways the friend of the poverty bigstrIkecoal region of Pennsylvania a few years ago President Roosevelt made Bishop Spalding a member of the finnIlybroughtresumption tures and his prose writings havd made nn impression on Ameian lifeIlls friends in Kentucky and in Peoria hope that Bishop Spaldings retirement is only temporary They want to see a real Kentucky Car dinal and feel that the red hat could not fall upon a worthier head than that of the Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding HACK FKOM TOUR Dan Kane the well known river pilot has returned home from a months inspection tour of the Ohio and Mississi pli1 rivers Capt Kane never loses nn opportunity of making these tours when the rivers are low as it gives him a more thorough un derstanding oftbe channels and shoals BIG BAZAR COMING The Ladles of St Mnrjs pf the Knobs congregation near New Al bany are going ahead with their plnns for the big bazar which is to begin October 4 They expect many visitors from Louisville while the bazar is In progress SOMEWHAT BETTER The Very Rev Father Faller pas tor of St Marys church New Al bany who became suddenly and seriously ill while celebrating mass one day last week shows some signs of improvement but lai not yet out of ringer On account of Lie a- d4n l age eariofs fears for hia re cover are entertained a dlaat Sunday tiM OODlPtiOD was asked to ro faa kiip J SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IIII- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday Presidents John M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T synch Financial SecretaryJ T Keaney SorgeantatArms James Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J G Hessian Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantwtArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy LynchFinancialtaryWnUnmJcnuelly Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 11 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Plans Hall President John Kenney Vice President John U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robard Sentinel Timothy D Kenney MarshalWilliam Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice PresIdentFrank Lana han Second Vice PresidentSamuel RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecrtnryThoma8Bachman Financial Secretary Frank 0 tldamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy I I Whitesides Bakery I4TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in 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 world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowdsfrom 7 to 10 p m as that is the best time to see the plant In full operation FOR GOODNESS SAKE come anti see how we make Mothers Bread 5 Have you had a look at the clock HOPKINS THEATER Manager E W Dustin promises another new bill of moving pictures at Hopkins Theater next week Most of the pictures will be of a comic natUre but the fun is always clean Bud wholesome CHILDRENS GOWNS Misses Ella spit Urale Gradyof 503 West Cheptpttt treet are make lag a specially of eljlldrehs and misses dresses They are alsoI expert irreyora of ladles dresses and w- illjjjjjjjjjjtjL PROVISIONS Of the New Irish University HiliI Treats All Religions Alike Eminent Scholars Arc lend oi Catholic Branch in Dublin Old Trinity Will Xot lie Change as Result of New Enactment THE NEW BRANCH IN BELFAST The Irish University bill which has finally become a law by act 01 the British Parliament is not all hit Catholic hierarchy or the people 01 Ireland wish but they take it wit the consideration that half a loaf iI i better than no bread The bill provides for three Stutcrccognizcd un vcrsitics but will not interfere with the present University of Dublin an1y Trinity College The second unlverit will be a Catholic institution with headquarters in Dublin also whil the third will be in Belfast and is intended for Presbyterians Queen College in Cork and the Catholic college in Gnlwny will be tributary tt the Catholic University In Dublin Maynooth College where most 01 the Catholic priests of Ireland ltrl educated will be affiliated wit Dublins new Catholic university 5 ir the same way that Magee College 1 it Belfast will affiliate with the ne university in Ulster The same con ditions apply to both parties as fa as religion is concerned The Catli olic and Protestant students will ba excused from residing nt the nc v university sites and may continu their studies exactly as nt present going to Dublin and Belfast only tti take their degrees Section 3 of till bill provides that no test whateve 01 religious belief shall be impose upon any person ns a condition oj his becoming or continuing to be in professor lecturer fellow scholar graduate or student of the universities At the same time it ih well Understood that the bill is in tended to provide that one of tin two new universities is to be Cutti olic and the other nonCatholic fuorablyImonthe new Catholic university at Dub linSlx of them are Catholics und lnghtlIonBaron of the Irish Exchequer js Chairman He is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin Dr Ander CollegeQalwayhot a Catholic but has always been recognized us fair to Catholics Presi CollgeCorkCatholic Other members of the commission are Prof Jackson of Cambridge Sir John Rhys of Ox ford Stephen Gwyne an Irish memo ber of Parliament Mr Boland who represents County Kerry in Parlia ment Sir William Francis butler and the Most Rev Dr Walsh Catholic Archbishop of Dublin ROCKFORDS NEW DIOCESE The Right Rev Peter J Muldoon the new Bishop of Rockford III will not take charge of his diocese until the Papal briefs arrive from Rome The new diocese comprises eleven includesMclrenry WinnebagoOgle The diocese has fiftysix churches twelve missions 0000 parochial school children and property valued at 2000000 FRANK FElin CHOSEN electedIresidentConsumersCompany F Kellner Mr Fehr understands the business in all its intrioaoie Frank P Sean remains as First Vice Pr k11itf CbarieaAWeber Second r8eCreWrsmerTreasurerD 1 I AN EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN Quartered Oak Dressers Highly polished quartered oak strong andsubstantial large base 21x44 and handsome pattern shaped French plate beveled mirror30x36 inches Decidedly the best value of the year and one r youii can not afford to overlook A 2500 value for a few days only at 1500J- AMES 1 GREENE 4252729 East Market St i iBEST TERMS LOWEST PRICESj tfttQ g ILORETTO ACADEMY 1 X Boarding School For Young Ladies g I 8 Near Loretto Station on the Knoxville Branch of Louisville and Nashville Railroad 8- S l bounded 1818 chartered 18216 Oldest Educational Institution In Kentucky yet thoroughly S S progressive and uptodate First session begins first Monday In September second session 8I 8 begins fourth Monday in January Pupils received at any time Iocatlon healthful grounds Jo 8 extensive and beautiful School building new and commodious equipped with all modern gimprovements Cuisine Is excellent well filled library including all Standard works and leading periodicals Course of study thorough and comprehensive monthly reports sent to parents or guardians Conveyance from the Academy meets morning and I Teteplione connects Academy with station whence telegrams may be sent Loath points An Illustrated Prospectus Riving all necessary Information may be obtained by addressing 1 I DIRECTRESS Leretto Academy Nerinx Ky ttfrtQ38 m 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 1I SWAGAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For l CONGRESSFIF- TH y DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky LI P UNION ICE CREAM COI s tiieanuff4xottxrer of Pure Ice Cream and SherbetsI 627633 EIGHTH STREETit e We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en abler us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Curnb Main 1429y mf FORLi r v McKENNA f WHISKY PUREtti ttH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky iIi1 i 1 yy y In j INCORPORATED j r at given npt M sfe i I QUICK MEAL GAS For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The i new improvements this year will keep it tin the front HaYing made our 1907 before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices 6c 217 MARKET NEAR SECOND FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 358 SECOND STREET F SULLIVAN Manager Ha nOR Dressed Poultry Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the beat tbe market affords in Choice Cut of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also tbe Beat and Purest Land in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all fastplase market product LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY yONONNO Smiths Crony Bottled Bon- dCOMPANY SMITH DISTILLING Mall orders above prices ttoati and hpment RANGES rank contract GEHER SON STREET QUARTERS and Being the Distiller IICas Give You Pure Whiskey at Low prices 4Year Old at 225 perthllll 6 II 111125011f 8at u q 3100a II 10 II II 4 00U M 14UII 5 00U u 2 w L MITIj ttmwMM fStILwrinWe Ky tlvu returnie0t