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T r KENTUCKY IR1ll AR1CANVOLUME XXINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBERS IJUBi PRICE FIVE CEN1 CATHOLICS I Will Try to Solve the Negro Problem For United States New Mission Hoard Plans to Establish Industrial Schools Director General has Support of the Entire American Hierarchy VIEWS OF REV FATHER BURKE The the United States have worriedover the negro problem ever since the slaves were emanci pated At last it seems that a prac tical solution is nt hand and that tho Catholic Church and her minis ters arc those who have undertaken the solution Tho Catholic Church Las for years collected funds for negro and Indian missions has built churches for the negro and parochial schools for his children but now the work is to be undertaken on a larger scale and it is hoped that active work along educational industrial lines will begin about January 1 A now Mission Board has been es tablished for work among the negroes of the South with Ills Em inence Cardinal Gibbons as its head Associated with him are Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Fancy of New York Bleak of New Orleans Bishops Bryne of Nashville Allen of Mobile and Kelley oJ Savannah The Direc tor General is the Rev Father John E Burke of New York who has had many years of experience as a mis sionary among the ncgocs Father Burke was born in Brook lyn in 1852 and after receiving his academic degree from St Francis Xnvlcr College Now York he went to Mount St Marys Emmlttsburg Md Thence he went to the American College in Rome whore he wns or dained in 1878 While there ho came thePropagandaary spirit of the Church On return ing to the United States ho was made assistant to the pistor nt the 1 Church of the Epiphany but ho re that post to found the Church of St Benedict the Moor It was Jntcndeu for colored people only I Up to that time it was thpiigut there were only 200 colored Catholics In NjiJw York Ire long Father Burkcsw r TBUwidnary work showed lat tucre were more than ten times that many Ills parish now includes the entire United States and he is continually planning now means to uplift the negroes spirituality mentally and in dustrially It is indeed a hard problem for the South said Father Burke to a New York interviewer Then he continuedThe generation of the white lien does not seem to care as much for the negro hs does the gen eration which is passing away The old vfamilies which regarded the negro with affection are disappear ing Something must be done for the race for it has been neglected Its talvatlon lies in work The negro must be brought to realize the neces sity for regular labor Eightyfive per cent of the negroes in the South are In rural communities It Is far i better for them that they should re main where they are than that they should come to the cities for that moans the ruin of many of them If they stay in the South they must bo trained to industrial efficiency They must be taught habits of diligence and they must learn how to make a good living The board would aid the negro to develop and to become a useful member of society Al though the proposed schools will be devoted to giving the negro nn in dustrial training and an education suited to his present needs the primary object which is to give rc ligious ideas will always bo in view Father burke proposes to raise 100000 annually to carry on his work and has Issued an appeal ask ing 100000 people to contribute 1 annually lie is receiving hearty Cardinal Gibbons and themembers of the American hierarchy In dealing with the negro problem it should not be overlooked that the first Catholic church for negroes was built in Louisville and that its founder and first pastor was a Ken tuckian Father John Lancaster Spalding who afterward became Bishop of Peoria and who resigned a taw weeks ago St Augustines church at Fourteenth and Broad wa will long stand an a monument to his memory and his work for col ored people ENCAMPMENT Uniform Rank Had Taste of Real Military i Life The two local companies of the Uniform Hank C K of A held their first encampment last Sunday It was a sure enough military camp too with real tents drills maneuvers and mess The tents were etruck raid the Kniglits were back in Xouisvillo before It became time to I light the scamp fires The two companies met at Fourth and Chestnut streets at 10 oclock r9umaday morning+ and hoarded cars for Jacob Park but tho officers deg trained their men a mile north of the psrk and marched them to Lapclis farm several hundred yards away Company A was commanded by Capt Over Myer and Company C by 0 a 0 MajorGenUniform Rank Gen Gus Kane thin JosephIEngineers were in the Inspection Party lit was the first active work of the engineers bureau but it showed that the Knights understood their busi ness Within a few minutes after reaching the Lasch farm three tents were erected one for Major Ion Rclchcrt one for Gen Kane and ono for Ion McGinn It was called Camp Schalda in honor of die Presi dent of Branch 33 putthroughtary maneuvers after which they Were marched to the mess tent and given refreshments Another drill and inspection followed This pro gramme was kept up until 0 oclock In the evening when tents were struck and thin Knights came home The Central Committee and its En tertainment Committee were guests delightful the visitorsI P J WELSH Now County President A O H UTTER SIMPLICITy Of American Cardinal Is Surprising to London Catholics A special cablegram to the New xrl itt toCardinali EucliarjBtlc Congress excited more Interest than Cardinal Gibbons His sermon in the Cathedral on Sunday was a great deliverance instinct with truphumanityandChrisHanltyrHI townresidence InStpreparations hero made for his reception In fact the preparations were far too elaborate for the simple ArchbishopTho Duke of Norfolk accustomed to entertaining and being enter tained by great foreign ecclesiastics thought that Cardinal Gibbons would come accompanied by a retinue of ecclesiastics and servants in full state NVhcn the Cardinal arrived with his secretary and one servant it was seen that the simplicity of democratic environment land found its expression in the unostentatious entourage of the American Cardlinl Before going to Ireland Cardinal Gibbons Attended the grand garden party given by time Duke of Norfolk lat Arundcl Castle to the foreign CongressArundelof England and yields to none in the perfection of its architecture its artistic contents and the beauty of a park which has been cared for and pastured by deer and cattle for six hundred years C01SSPIKATOKS Took Advantage of the Innocense of Ben J Sand Ben J Sand Past President of Mackin Council and one of the most active members of the committee that arranged for the reception and entertainment tof the Supreme Coun nil was the victim of a conspiracy last Saturday night Mrs lien J Sand was the chief conspirator but Womanlike she had to take others into her confidence It was Mr Sands birthday but he hind forgotten all about it Ills wife took counsel with a number of his splendidfeastMackln club house by several of his friends who inveigled him to his home 2741 Bank street There he found his home brilliantly illuminat ed the table spread and tastefully decorated Around the festive board were gathered Vincent B Smith William Kcrborg Jolted Kenney Joan Mooheyi William Scbaotzly William M Hlgglns Joseph Hlgglna Law romeo Klnsella Dennis McCuc Henry Moran Vance Kennedy and Henry Fleece Everybody enjoyed the occa sion save Ben He still wonders how it all happened Mrs Sand was voted a delightful hostess and her guests are to find out how soon nlio will have a birthday MANY VACANT SEES An unusual number of Sees are prescut named for Santa Fc New Mexico a Coadjutor for Archbishop Kiordah of San Francisco ncw JJlultopa for Cleveland Peoria the new diocese of andCpadjutoreBurlington Baltimore New Orleans 7 utias jpijppinnatr and Milwaukee k GREAT GOOD Will Result From Spirited JDis- uiiHstons in Y M I Council Several Changes Made in the Laws and Others in Abeyance Splendid Set of Officers WillA Govern Body For Two Years THANKS FOJj THEjjl HOSTS The Supreme Council of the Y M I closed Its sessions at 330 oclock Saturday afternoon after a reek of liara work There ils cusslons but these debates showed that there were many brainy men among the delegates and while all were not of one mind on nJnor mat delegatehadat heart When the Supreme Coun cil adjourned it agreed to hold its next biennial meeting at San Fran cisco in 1910 The new Supreme of ficers chosen are Supremo Chaplain The Most Rev Patrick W Riordan Archbishop oi San Francisco Supreme President L Ei Mahan Eureka Cal First Supreme Vice President P II SharpsburgIaSecond President W F Ray Cincinnati Supreme Secretary C A Slinger IndianapolisSupreme C J Culllnan Pittsburg Pa Supreme Directors James T Shel ley Mackln Council Louisville Charles F Pfeffer Unity Council New Albany Thursday Friday and Saturday were busy days for the Supreme officers and delegates and all heaved a sigh of relief when the convention finally adjourned There wore i number of changes in the laws o the order and other propose changes were referred to the sever Grand Councils for more dellbera consideration It was definitely de cided that hereafter there would be five instead of six Grand Councils Baltimore being transferred to ot amalgamated with the Ohio juriedic then It was also decided that dctachot couneil irivhptn xnthtledtoofe re urc sentative to the Supreme body foi its first 500 members and one foi each additional 1000 The Suprcm legislathlag committees shall be selected fif j CotoIcilb chosen from the Supreme delegate elected The Grand Councils mtu submit all proposed laws to th Supreme body for approval To ri lain membership in the order oi must remain a practical Catholic When the session opened Thursdn propotioni combine than Grand Councils into tl Atlantic and Pacific jurisdictions wi discussed at length The matter wi referred to the respective Grai Councils for consideration II The Committee on Laws reporti shunIremaini organizers be pointed for detach rccommendatiotwere James T Shelley recommended th the laws be so amended that ca jurisdiction must pay in per cap i tax what it would cost to send tie gates to the Supreme Council IBI KyThursdayadopted emerald green cardinal rvid hand white symbolic of faith hope and charity as the colors of the or der It was also deldcd that all sub ordinate councils must forward quar terly reports and upon failure shall suspendedSecond Vice President John J Sullivan offered resolutions thanking Father Klley for his work as head of the committee that de vised a new ceremonial and Fathers lorries Semcrsholm and Halnin of New Albany for their services on the day the Supreme Council opened and the Joint Committee that ar ranged for the entertainment of the Supreme Council in Louisville and New Albany A special resolution of thanks was given the press of Louis I adoptedIfor organization to be expended at the discretion of the Supremo Presi dent was adopted W H Gallagher of Detroit one of the brightest delegates submitted a proposition recommending a max imum age limit and limiting the privileges of members over thirtyfive lengthingates Gallagher Keough Shelley McGuire Iawo Keefe Kilgallon and Harris It was decided to refer the matter tp subordinate councils with instructions to report to their re spective Grand Councils so that def finite and final action might be taken at the Supreme Council in 1010 On Friday various routine matters occupied the entire session Among other things thin Institute Journal published at Eureka Cal was com mended for lts past work acid recommended as the national organ Feb ruary 23 Yashlngtons birthday wtta seleced as the national Y M I dtlyTNie1 ejection was held Saturday arid the officers chosen arc given above This Sate for the eonrentlen at San rauojcpai in 1010 was left to Theiperetion pfthe Sdpreme Board M Director Pail Bupretae PreenI I C T f V I dent F J Klercc installed the new Supreme officers and the convention adjourned ads year our holy Father ius the devotion to the Sacred rrfor October a series of prayers he angels It is another form Devotion to the Sacred Heart of 4us and to his Blessed Mother It An nn angel that announced that Mary was to become the mother of 6ur Divine Lord nn angel that an nounced the birth of the Saviour to the shepherds of Bethlehem and still another angel announced his glorious resurrection to his Blessed MaryMagdalenJames and John STATE TREASURER A O If Thomas M Howard the new State Treasurer of the Hibernians is one of the best known and most highly esteemed men in Ashland Ky Like his father Thomas Howard 8r he is always active in any project look peaplcNick tVarrissc and family have sailed from Europe and are expected hone early next week Mr and Mrs Warriwe and cWldren ieft spenteB mtlnaiit9 9J T NO WORK 1- t fipe Foundry Throws Many Employes Out ol Employment llfIn Miblicaii Administration has n False Ideas ol Civic Economy amson Richardson and Aurora Reader Pitted in the Temple HE POLITICAL ENTANGLEMENTS Tho Louisville branch of the United States Cost Iron Pipe Foun ry closed down Tuesday and will emain pertdandlintuponheirwhereheirhat has occomc of the much touted rosperity What was the cause for cloying lie plant Those in a position to now say that the present city ad ilniistration is to blame Hitherto lie city of Louisville has bought rgely train the United States Cast on Pipe Foundry because it was a managementtheie Democratic administration ught its wares because they were und cheap and a home Industry uc Republican city administration JOB hold and at once buys its pipe om an Alabama concern The st less but no account was taken the railroad tariff from Alabama Louisville nor of the handling at th ends of the road So anotherlime economy is laid at the doors the Qrinstcad regime and 400 re voters are made for Bryan un the voters starve before Novcm r he Reformers and Good Govern lht people made a terrible noise out honest elections This same iw Is in power now and their rk shows them to be worse than y of the people they have been nounclng The Reformers nave en avored to make registration BO noxious that white voters will naln away next Tuesday and Ileneistrationnerd in negro homes barber shops groceries This is true all over cdcity In the Eighth a white of the Fifth Sixth Seventh 1 Eighth precincts three of the ir are located in negro houses 3k into the matter in your own rds and you will see that the ne plan has been followed whcr T a negro house was available lie impeachment proceedings this Councilman John L Richard i were held this week and the y Js not yet over Mr Richardson used C C Stoll a member of the and of Public Works of using his iclal position to have Fulton eet reconstructed Mr Stolls mess interests are on Fulton cet Mr Stoll considered the no tation offensive and the adminis than forces determined to dis line Mr Richardson everybody who knows Mr Stoll jws that Lo is a church member and church worker In this case meaningWhenI Stoll attended the impeachment proceedings lie could not help think ing Does this remind Mr Sloll of time Biblical story of Samson Meager and his conferes were the Philistines Richardson with hula broad shoulders orals the Samson there was no- D lilah Neither did Mr Richardson AttorneyL4conclusion that Aurora Meager and his colleagues instead to put Mr llichardsou out of business but like the other Samson Mr Richardson will pull time temple of the Reformers down upon thick heads Last Saturday the Kentucky Irish American tola the story of Kurd Hefners indictment ou the charge of robbery and his subsequent ap pointment as a policeman That the Kentucky wish American is read and respected was shown by the faint that nether was hauled before time Board of Public Safety He was exonerated as might have been ex pected Hut in giving out the news ft was made to appear that the name was Heffernan JChe the grand jury the police and Police Court records rend Hefner Heffer nan is an Irish name Hefner as not He is eligible for a Lieutenancy now Judge McGee threatents to send time procrastinating contractors who hire building time City Mull annex to jail or the workhouse as common loiterers Why does he not go after JudgelikeThe Republican Committee nab sidetracked Len Mcrriraee who was appointed Magistrate in the first Magisterial district by Uco Wlljson and has named a man called Veager to succeed him This will not suit either Gov Wlllson or Senatorelect Bradley Both were old friends and beneficiaries of Mr Merrimee Dr Louis Byans one of time as slstant physicians in time City Health office is getting in the Alex Barrel class He holds one job in tfcf Health department is the Unltd States physician at the county jja IhynnsCounty ShejffhisBoard of Aldermen In the hpJtime Big Seyeaa fame JIIGUT eU w her jiJVHW a attendance to the meeting of Division JConnellySecretary resigned as Financial Sec additionaldutiesaceptedandsistant Financial Secretary was chosen to succeed him President John II Hennessy made reports from the State and County FatherChristmasvision announced that at each abriefmass Dr Charles abriefat the Southern University Club which was held in conjunction with the State convention The members I thatitlatethisFitzgiirbanKearns were appointed a committee forthcomingdance D1 COM u11N Reelected County Treasurer A O II PRIMARIES Necessary to Nominate Democratic School Trustees The selection of candidates for the School Board is just as important las the selection of candidates for any branch ofthe city government The Republicans believing in its old principle of the centralization of power has made its nominations through a committee The Demon expresstheira primary in each of time seven school districts on Saturday Oc tober 10 A number of the Demo oppositionforit will not be necessary to hold n primaryIn Eighth anti Ninth Wards representedIds yetfoundthe office seeking the man Mr Norton wanted to step down but his constituents insistent that he must stand tom reelection In the Eleventh and Twelfth wards time Seventh school district two Trustees are to be elected one to succeed Dr George Simpson who re tires and another to fill tlio short term made vacant by the death of Joseph B Atkinson Robert L Clark who was elected by the Hoard to fill rant the months intervening between Mr Atkinsons death and time Novem ber election Is a candidate for re election Mr Clark is a contractor anti has for year been identified with time eltyH progress lie Is nn original memb fof the Mono Greens George Boiler another candi date was formerly a member of time lower board i if the General Council longbeenin a member of the Kentucky Col oriels Dr D II V Borgmann one of the best known physicians in time West End and who has been an active Democfrat without ever seek lag office before Is now being thrust forward by his friends as a candi date for Sfchool Trustee in time Eleventh anil Twelfth wards rearidentis strongly backed by his friends Mr Klein was formerly President of Central Labor Union He has n businessInnd pollsinwill bo Ryfirst and Walnut streets ifl Hpi remain open from 1 oclocfl Kp n Ts FESTIVAL T gation of St James chu cr and Edenslde aye flute vo a two days entertain urn lenlx Hill Park Octob z1 j The funds that accrue n voted to the new churched to give a euchre sup featuresnicefor the now hurch and it fa bat ere long ground will bo ifor time edifice- ENGLAND BEWAIIB r Ispatch says that in the course Speech before the Americans themec unable to take a first place in c world until they had a fleet BO uttralia can jiot be content lUipifitaly to accept defense at any aiancis but her own 1 I HELPING Irish Immigrant Girls Is the Great Work of New York 1 Mission Alms and Objects of Charity That Does a World of Good Many Distinguished Clergy and Laymen at the Silver Tubilcc BRIEF HISTORY OF GREAT WORK frm0 inreceiptthrIlomeinNewwill be held In Carnegie Hull on the 25Adtnissiotl ticketInIlls Grace time Most Rev Archbishop Farley1 will manydistinguislmelmen lion Morgan J OBrien wilt openingnddress Fitzgerald TheIrish1 l WatchornfrilledImmigrationCorermnent ward time Immigrant addressesthereSixtyninthselections by St Patricks Cathedral JllenrysettingforthprogressofThe Home or Mission has not re ceived the support it deserved but thanks to a generous Privldence it Sinceitrived at New York 707471 Irish im migrants of whom 036048 were males and 370823 females Tin ships by which they came made 0600 landings every one of which was at theMissionceived at the home rind for 1ZW ot these positions were secured all free of charge Such is a parorjcltal bf HgurcB but only tbVorahil sclcnt God can toll the evil prevented the good wrought both for tha itifll vidunl and for the community by the Missions influence The mission Js under the protection of Our Lady of the Rosary It is located at No State street New York City and Its Reverend Director will bo glad to correspond with any persons desir wayThe tin port of Now York during the yens ending June 30 last numbered 385970 or 41S7SG less than in the year preceding The number of Irish immigrants however showed only a slight fallinsr off Within time period mentioned 3500 landed from Inhind 2J45 less thaw the year before Of these 12240 wore females between the ages of fourteen and fortyfour Although founded to protect the Irish immigrant girl time mission op orates chiefly in her interest with out dstinctions be cause of race or creed Its repre sentatives are always on hand Io meet Irish immigrants and to assist as far as possible such as need their help How much this means to the Irish immigrant girl she alone can realize A word of advice or warn ing the sending of a telegram the giving of n little money to help con time her journey time caring for of such as can not proceed to their destination aa well as of those not promptly claimed by relatives theKo are some of the services that long have won time gratitude of the Irish girl and the sympathy and approval of all acquainted with time mission workLast years record shows that be sides time assistance given at tho land ing depot 1510 girls were received at the home and 305 were placed in employment All of this was done free of charge Thecountrlea re rc scnted besides Ireland included Lag land Scotland Wales Spain British Guiana and Mexico Enrollment in the Rosary Society which is In charge of the mission may be had for twentyfive cents a year and the return la the celebration of mass three times o week for the benefit of all subscribers ROYAL RECEPTION Tendered Irish Envoys by Their Admirers In v New York The IrishAmericans of New York turned out by thousands Sunday night to attend the reception in honor of the Irish envoys Hon JohmmisE Jlcdmond Hon Joseph Devlin and lion Jonn Fitzglbbon Time meeting was presided over by lion Lewis B ofNewRegister of Kings county delivered anaddressMr leader of time Irish party in Parliament aroused the greatest enthusism when ho told what his colleagues had accom eakerswereadoptedpledging support to the Irish Parliamentary rtm A conccrtoAmerican sad rash airs was an n eveningspoQanrae v I In KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAllT KENTUCKY IRISH fMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Adraacemcment Irish Americans aid Calholca 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 sc i I Entered at the toultvllle PoitoHlce s SecondCI j flitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West areca St a LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 3 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN- ItEGISTEIt 1r democrats should not fail to i register either Tuesday or W etl lies day If you full to register you will lose your vote In November Jt 1Is your duty as a citizen a net in Democrat to register und to vote to r redeem the city State and nation from Republican trusts and office grabbers OHUIICII AX1 PATRIOTISM From time to time the ignorant and occasionally apparently intelligent but malevolent people will Insist that one con not be a good Catholic and a good American that the Catholics acknowledge allegiance to the Pope of Rome only that patriotism and Catholicity are War x ring forces Nothing could be farther from the truth We have in these United States the greatest republic the most democratic republic o r Yetgovernmentits basis or to be more exact the basis of Its constitution was taken from the constitution of the follow ers of St Dominic That constitution was drawn 300 years before Comm bus discovered America and 600 before Thomas Jefferson and his confreres signed the Declaration of IndependenceAnd white and bllcwhcnco came they Were they not taken from the church and from tho Dominicans Go to one of the churches of the order und see tIleI handsome banners carried in the rosary processions The red shows the sorrowful mysteries in the Iiif of Christhis bloodysweat the scourging at the pillar the crowning with thorns the carriage of the cross and his crucifixion The white shows his glorious resurrection his ascension Into heaven the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles the assumption into heaven of his blessed mother and of liar corona tion The blue shows the joyful mys tcrlcs the announcement to Mary that she was to be the mother of Ood the visitation to Elizabeth the mother of John the Baptist the birth of the Saviour at Bethlehem his presentation at the temple amid the rejoicing of Joseph and Mary on finding Him doing the will of Ills Father In the temple So is It with American Catholics and the American flag To us there represents the blood that has been shed In the past in giving us a t free country the white represents the purity that should control all our 4 thoughts and actions the blue Is to beckon us on to that celestial home r that Is pictured In the heavenly canopy above us WHAT UNIONS HAVE HONK While the lion William IT Taft and its supporters like Van Cleave arc denouncing labor unions and labor leaders It may be well to call attention to a recent utterance made by the Rev Father John A Ryan author of A Living Wage and pro lessor of ethics and economics in St Paul Seminary St Paul Mina lie was addressing u crowd of labor unionists in Chicago and said in partWere there no labor unions in America wo should have no Labor day celebrations Without the unions the great majority of wage earners would still be obliged to toll twelve hours or more per dayj there would bo little or no legislation protecting women or restricting culld labor conciliation und arbitration would call but unknown and wages in most occupations would be considerably lower than they are today No historyofrecords more perseverance and self sacriflco or has to its credit more beneficent results than this move ment of the organized tollers From its beginnings down to the present hour It has been obliged to contend with a public opinion and a bodyof llegal traditions which were either openly hostile or coldly Indifferent This attitude and this tradition haven J a very serious obstacle much utiore s4rlpus than the careless oar server realises to the organized la bov motenlent and particularly to its demand that employers should ne gotiate on MI equal looting witi sir emptoyea her Ryan al fctated that t y T II courts frequently abused their 1 againstiI The abuses to which the Fcdcr 1 courts lend themselves was nevermore exemplified than in the lone drawn out examination und muchn delayed proceedings In the contempt t case against Samuel of the American Federation 01f Labor Samuel Gompers editor of tlm American 1ederationist pours hotshot t into the ranks of the Republicans in his latest editorial 1lie minces no words in denouncing thc assertions of President Uoosevelt and1 William II Tuft The Republican stump sjienhc arc spouting about evidences of returning prosperity but the thou sands of unemployed miter in this city are unable to see time signs MY KOSA11V M pearlMyHow many a hope und thnught and care Ive whispered unto thee slippedlong1 lipsWasHut with Hail Mary came a cant painAnd litf pence As buds awake in rain now tinny a time those Ives arose praiseihsseAs mbneams are of rays And softly fell Hail Marys then At our dear Mothers feet And while I knelt her grateful child Jho sweetness grew more sweet 1 When doubts dense darkness gntl ered round And hid the light from me low ninny a time OroNmmry loved I told tin talc to thee And then Hall Mary full of grace I illt up the darkened sky And i tauquislcifoeWhile hope and pence drew nigh Thou art a friend that never broU e Iii trust reposed in thee I Thou are n fount that neyor tilled ITo yield deep draughts tot meI Thou knowcst nil my hopes and four My sorrows joy and carol Yet thou art silent save to me O Rosary loved mill fair Sister ML An ton In FIRST AXXIVKllSAUV Solemn muss of requiem will be celebrated at St CveillaK church next Tuesday morning October C at J oclock in memory of the lute Father Francis Brady It will be the first anniversary of his death Father llrady was duo of tilt younger priests of the diocese but had greatly endeared himself to the peo pie of St Geoilius He was a nephew of the Itev Father A J Brady of St Cecilias and a grnndncnhcv of tho Rev Father Hugh Brady The clergy of the diocese and the people of St Cecilias parish are invited tio attend the requiem mass FOLLOWS FATMEKS KOOTSTKlS Henry 1aslick the Well known real estate expert and former Deputy County Assessor is proud of the sue cess attained by his son Edward in thq West The young man was horn and educated here and before leaving Louisville was employed by tho Kentucky Refining Company From here ho went to TcxnA to engage In the oil business Now Vic is promot Ing a railroad to be miilt from a point in New Mexico I to HI1 Paso Texas It is to bo known as the Altus IJoscwell C Kl 1t1l1trailroad CKXTKAT COMiirTTKI Time Central Commute of time Catholic m Yn rica will meet in rc4lse it Mary Hull next Fridayotters of importance to the jtteo and Uniforms Rank aretseussedmil n full attendant 1 desired Plans for the fall 5 Sir rain palgn will be submii Harry 1 Veenoman Chuirir subcommittee on organl1iRnhmlt his ideas on a ser s to the various brandies t MAKES GOOD Sllpjl St Cecilias parochial s started out with tin enr t 350 children Tills itpenW time first mouth in the rii year anti shows that the j time West End consider it oni best English speaking schools territory It is presided over Sisters of Charity of Nazarot Its head Is Sister Superior t t1 t iana EXPECTED JIOSIK f The Rev father John OComflj pastor of Holy N ne church Son oulsyllle who hasbeen traveling Eurpeforthp t sixty days dJJ- expe He4 home aext week Tie wJI- 1IUye omeUtinfr itoUrettlng ii tell bU andlenof with the Podo and i tour of Irwkrtd SOCIETY Jsew cac Tie Misses Droppolman are visiting friends at West Point Miss Dorothy Vig man of Clifton has entered college at Wellesley Mass Mrs J L Dant and daughter Nell Langley have returned Leitchfield IMis Mame Sutton of llmoutI Landers ofI visiting Mrs James Main street I Mrs George Ryan of Itussclh is visiting friends in this city dm tho present week Mr and Mrs Garret A Leo i son Clifford are spending a f days in Shclbyvillc Mrs M Sexton of Cincinnati visiting her sister Mrs Churl Helnes of Portland Miss Rose Herrick has returns from a visit to her grandtnothe Mrs Larkin of Leitchfield Miss Knthryn Keating of Sholb rule is here to attend the Hort Show and fall race meeting I Mrs Henry Monicke of St Loul is the guest of Mr and Mrs Job C Graves Oil Fifth streetI William Meagher of St Louis hi been the guest this week of Andre J Mengher 1441 Sevenths street Miss Vcrtnn Cochran of Long flu- Ky I has returned home alter visit to Mrs E Kvcrln of Sou Louisville Mr and Mrs Joseph Trudeau a rejoicing over the arrival of a your son at their home 620 Shelby strcc New Albany Miss Essie Kvcrln has return from a delightful visit of three wee to friends and relatives In the nit grass region 1llInnguuIKpe n month with relatives In New Yo and New Jersey Mr and Mrs George W Ulrica 1020 Twentysecond street who hal spent time summer in Petoskey v return home next week Mr anti Mrs John Toner t Dennis Toner have returned to t clnnatl after a pleasant visit to and Mrs John T Combs of Portia Mrs A Gallion arrived hero M day from St Louis to attend Horse Show and spend two weeks the guest of Mr and Mrs M J Cluskey 1708 Brook street Miss Ycrlna Cochran of Kaslwc Ky hits returned home after a sh visit to Miss A May Everln of So Louisville mind to bliss Carol Cochran of the Highlands Mr timid Mrs Guy E Ontem who have boon in Atlanta for KCVI months rolnrncd to louis Wednesday It is possible that t may decide to remain in this c Their nanny friends hope that t will decide to stay here Miss Mary Ridge who huts been King her uncle and aunt Mr Mrs W 1D Williams returned hi last Saturday She was aceotnpai homo by Mr and Mrs Williams + spent Saturday and Sunday as guests of Major and Mrs Put Ridge 11JU lust Broadway Miss Irene Caron Smith and Geo IKcatH Hull were married tit the In of tile brides parents Mr timid Stephen n Smith 1335 Sec street or Wednesday evening bride is a young ladyof m graces and has been much admin in society Mr and Mrs null jvll reside in Schnectndy N Ytft Miss Ida Raidy entertained JlelSOO Club at her home 8538 Main street Tuesday afterm on Prizes were won by Misses Eliza etlt Ilawklus and lava Raidy Lunch JOn was served after time games and tin club was entertained with vocal nth instrumental selections by Iii4c3 Mary Rieger anti Eta ltnidyttables were tastefully decorated Miss Florence Elizabeth Duerr and Joseph F Brown will be united In marriage at St Marys church on the morning of October 20 The bride elect is the daughter of Mr anti Mrs Edward K Duerr of 1024 Third ave flue and the fortunate young man formerly resided here but now holds a responsible position with the Southern Pacific Railroad Company at Los Angeles Mist Mamie A Weissenberger of Clifton and John H Lutkcineier of this city but recently of Frankfort wero united in marriage at St Francis of Rome church Clifton on Thursday morning The Rev Fattier Thomas W White performed the marriage THe and celebrated time nuptial mass The church was crowded with friends Of the young couple In the evening Mr and Mrs Lutkemeicr left for a visit of two weeks in New York and other East ern cities Miss Frances Newman whose marriage to Arthur Boardman took place at Holy Cross rectory Thursday evening was the guest of honor at a dinner party nt the Gnlt House Monday evening Her Hostesses wore her associates in the Afternoon Club They Included Misses May Mess Jane Gable Hattie Reno Allman Lillian Meder Lillian Luckctt Katie Stross Louise Lnchcr Ethel Bitzcr Anna Duker anti Clara Donnenhold The bride is the daughter of lotuml Mrs J Scott Newman One of the pleasant events of Hhe ok was al social given by Misses ry and Veronica Nolan Tuesday thing The evening ivas passed i music dancing social chats refreshments Ellhot the i received carnation souvenirs asses Nolan proved delightful ies avdwere aselsted In reedy leJarertliMrRndMt The guests were JHl 8 B IdajVaeDavNJ t STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business BfUbtlihcd Sixty Yean 1fEwYORItSTOItI NT SALE o Pairs rted Kid Gloves ober5t1908f es for 69c ial Sale of Kid Gloves- e present to our pat uality it was possible ilI Clasp Styles in the d 15 different shades black and white All ed Skins every pair le Price 69cPair- GOODS C-Ot 1 CUHEEBY 4 IiNEW YOflK 1MICHAEL1KETI IH ARLORse shoe les in Shoes Oxfords Tics etc for We sell the best Shoes we can buy 11 them and out guarantee goes with I and you will come again NNNNNNNNNNKN eNN t US BY THE SPLENDID DISHES iRVED AT TH- EAIRY LUNCH GFEE SON ST tndrcds why not you see tho sign MI O izer i NN N The Jefferson County Board A II held its biennial convention Bertram Hall last Sunday aftcrnooi The meeting was harmonioti throughout County President Johi A Murphy presided and State Ircsi dent George J Butler made a prac tical talk to the delegates Time new officers elected are County President Patrick L Welsh Vice lresidontJoe Lynch Recording Secretary Edward I Keiran Financial Secretary Thomas Kee nun Jr- Treasurer J Coleman Plans for the winter entertain ments were submitted by the various divisions The proposed euchre of Division 1 on Octbeor 20 and the dance to bC glven by Division 4 Oc tuber 22 wero approved The new officers have been hard workers In the ranks and promise to keep the order before the public for the next two years SPIRITED TALKS Kept Up Interest in the Latest Session of Mackin Mnekin Council held its most en thusiastic meeting in several months Tuesday night Time attendance was large Gmt several matters under ills cussion aroused debates Only one now application was re ceived hutn number of applicants art awaiting Initiation Quite n large class will receive the degrees on October 14 The receipts of time evening amounted to 12210 William JKecberg announced that a California Club would bo formed Friday night The purpose of time slab is to arrange for a number of the members to go to California in IDIOt attend the Supreme Council convention In San Francisco Baoli uember wilt be expected to pay 1 a week from now until the time for the next Supreme Council The aggregate funds will pay the expense- of the trip All members of Mackin Jrlulty a1 Unity Councils were invited to ate- President Robert T Burke announced 4fct an Intereattnjrt debate would ilMi iteldoimtime nlgJit of Oc tober ialoe subject of discussion will be tea proposed amendment toe Supreme oonctitntioa offered at1 I J the last convention by W n allagher of Detroit Time ables- lcbaters in the council will discus- be matter All members of vill be allowed to express the pinion of time proposition QUITE IMPOSING III Be the Parade That Precedes Blessing of Corner Stone Most magnificent will be the ngeant attending the cornerstone lying of the new Cathedral in St ouls on Sunday October 18 Unless is surpassed by the Boston ccn nary It will be the greatest cede iasticiil event of the United States- t alai full preIn street lut uuu In which- letweeny 70000 mind 50000 Catholics ofthe arclidloccsc will participate mong the distinguished prelates who will assist at the ceremonies will be Archbishops Glennon of St Louis Ireland of St Paul Quigloy of Chicago Bleak of Now Orleans und Bishops Christy of Portland Ore and Kcane of Dubuque Besides nil the Bishops of the province will at tend including the Bight Tiers Burke of St Joseph Hogan of Kan JGeacnworthFleming Concordia Scannell of Omaha Gor man of Sioux City Morris of Little Rock and Janssen of Belleville It is expected that it will take five years to complete the Cathedral and that it will cost not less than 2500000 DIVISION ONES fiUCIIRE Division 3 A 0 II will give a grand euchre at Falls City Hall Market street between Eleventh and Twelfth on the night of Tuesday October 20 Arrangements have been guestsTheof Charles J Fincgan Chairman John Sf Mulloy Thomas Dolan Thomas Kecnan Jr and Thomas Lawler Among the prizes will be a half barrel of flour a 1 hat for man pair of ladys 4 shoes pair of mess 350 shoes 3 umbrella one years subscription to the Kentucky Irish American and twentyfive other valuable articles MAOKINS SOCIAL CLUB racknt1 Social Club has been reor anlzcd for the fall and winter season and tho new regime gives evidences of giving batter entertainments than ever The nets officers are Robert Osborne President James Mullarkey Vice President Sherley Ctmiffe Secretary Ben teedoaVMurer It wjwi arranged to give a series of dances on the eVeR UM of OetoWr 12and6and Korcwn Mr 0 ulotd M c NNNtaN NNNNNNSN NNE WHEN DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRY I PEERLESS LAUNDRY INCORPORAr Family Washing 5C Per Pound Newest and Most Modern Plant in the City HOME PHONE 1641 COME Main 16a i I t32931 eaNeeNoNONNNN Third St Louisvillei Ky 1908 OCTOBER PRIMARY 1908 Robert L Clark Candidate For ReElection SCHOOL TRUSTEE lltlx and IStlx Wards Voting Place 21st and Walnut Polls Open 1 to 8 p m 1908 Democratic Primary 1908 i AUGUST J KLEIN CANDIDATE FOR SOHOOL TRUSTEE Respectfully solicits your support Voting Place 210 West Walnut Oct 10 I to 8 P M 1908 OCTOBER PRIMARY 1908 James Norton 1 Candidate For ReElection SCHOOL TRUSTEE 8th and 9th Wards t Voting Place Dr ChawHs Office 913915 Seventh Street Polls Open 1 to 8 p m 1908 Democratic Primary October JO 1908 BorgmannrCANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE 51ST LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT I1T11 AND I2TM WARDS Voting Place 21st and Walnut Streets Polls Open From 1 p m to 8 p m 1908 OCTOBER PRIMARY 1908 George B Coder CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE I Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Voting Place 21st and Walnut Streets October 10 1 to 8 p m SCHOOL SUPPLIES BOOKS SLATES TABLETS ETC THEO RECTANUS CO R PRESTON AND MARKET STS 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds Anthracite 825 WORDS OF WISDOM should appeal to every one FOX RIDGE COAL speaks wisely by manifesting its value as fuel Try one to- nScanIon CoalI CINCoarouTRD405 44 ltroo lt I1vO1RM is lAl1i1 t 1 o LTiIOSXIRISH AMERIOAN NONONONONONONONONNNN100 J E TRACY L H STRAUB Z BOTH PHONES 363 i TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CarrI4 on 1531 W MARKET STREETr HOOOOOOONN NONOOOON01 ONi00N0 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Jo J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 1x S3S East 1tIairl street Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t t t t t t tttt D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers- Both Phonon 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Dar or Nlghl 1231 WEST MARKET STREET IIJ THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarrl1225 W MARKET ST We dont presume to dictate to you how you walls Simply wish to remind shall plaster your you that In the end DIAMOND WALL PLASTEa will save you money Kentucky Wall Plasterr Co 1 INCORPORATRD BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyr Also operating the Hooaler Wa11 Plas ter Plant Jffcrsonville Ind Phone 555 HOME PHONE 87- 72JohnlYLRidgi PLUMBINOANDGAS Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 1140 Overfull Street n HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND T iBhantl948 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY HUNOL BKAISR I- Ns lId Fancy Grioirii A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE MMM IN CONNECTION OM Whklee a 91t7- we n m 540 We War r 7Ut7 VLBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even Inga and Wednesday matinee COHAN AND HARRIS MINSTRELS Thursday Friday and Saturday even tnga and Saturday matinee The Lion and the Mouse lOc1 HOPKINS 1IOC Where the Crowds Qo HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday add Saturday HORSESHOW Last Performance Toni- ghtARMORY Reserved Seats 50c and 100 Tickets oa sale at Box Oace In Todd Building Many Special Features OIve your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Ilrotlieri domical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De RqulppcdGynJnMlulU All the now Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices SCHOOL DEDICATED The new parochial sclibolof the Churchof the Holy Name Cincin- natI was dedicated last Sunday af ternoon with Archbishop Mbeller presiding1 This dedication was pre aeded iby a grand street parade In vJiIoh 5000 men took part the Ancient Oriter of IltUernUng rnod Knights vof St JoJui baling the flat dlvialono 1 j DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB Autumn 18 Days Racing Be jj I ding Saturday Oct 17 SIX RACES EACH DAY IRST RACE AT 215 P M HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doll the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Division 1 will hold its regul meeting Tuesday night Our new County Board will nos- oget to work on tho winter at spring celebrations The euchre to be given by Divisii proflsesIt is estimated that 3000 itiernbe of the order will take part in t Hartford bridge celebration National President Matthew Cui mings was a visitor at the Jfi Hauipshiro State convention The Ladles Auxiliary in 1st Hampshire has increased from 600 1000 within the past two years The Minnesota convention held Duluth was the largest In the 1JJ tory of the order in that State Heports of the officers lit N Ilnnipshircs State convent showed that the oroer hall inoreaK 600 during the past two yens Divisions 3 and 4 met this we but too late for this issue Uoth i doing good work a report of wh will be given in our next issue Division 3 now has the honor claiming for its membership two highest offices In Kentuck state President and County Pre lent Thus fur the receipts of the fi lay and picnic given by the divisit it Binghamton N Y have neti WOO and all collections have not j ben returned To the new County Board we Lend our congratulations trust Vial under their administration 1 order win continue to grow and still greater work The Minnesota delegates return hanks to the night Rev Bishop 3 Tbrmick who celebrated Pontlfl high mass assisted by tho H athers Corbett and OBrien at 1 pening of the State convention- In Moody county and Flandre South Dakota the order is ennui neat interest in the church to rrected to the memory of the R Thomas Quick who accompanied ilonchestcr martyrs to the tCIlf In1867The Onondaga County Board New York has offered a scholars at tho Catholic University Wnshli ton D C to the young man vi ossesscs the necessary quallf1 ions nnTTwluf passes the highest rage in his examination Next Wednesday night the bad luxllJary will meet in regular tllon and Miss nose Sweeney iniable President urges all the m berH to be present Several matt of importance will be discussed in addition plans for the winter bl formulated Since the close of the national entlon at Indianapolis the follow States have made provision cholnrsliips at the Catholic Uni ity Washington D C Connect Nuw York Illinois Pennsylvania tassaohusetts The last tta Stato provided for two scholarsl PLEASED TIIK LADIES W U Gallagher of Detroit I II McGuire of Pittsburg Supreme delegates to the Y onvention made quite n hit will the ladies during their brief stay ir oulsville and as n consequence tin idles arranged an informal dance it honor of these two visitors on Satur daJ night The dance was held al lackin Council and those pr were Misses Cleo Charlton Mary lieger Eva Italdy leamictte am lary Dannenhold Florence Daily Alice Shelley Elizabeth Hawkins Mrs M Daily Mrs Kate Hilt and fessrs W II Gallagher of Detroit P II McGuire of Pittsburg TameR T Shelley and wife Charles S Itaidy Vank Denser Louis Jnml Georgt iieffcr Tames McCullouph Pntrlel uddy and Charles McCune FROM TH11OXK TO COWL Prince Carl zu Xowensteln hat been ordained a priest of the Domini enn order at the ago of seventyfoui years tilt belonged to one of the oblest families in Germany and has pent millions In charity Prlnci Cur was twice marrhid and is tin other of six children One daughter Isi a Franciscan nun another Isncncdictine nun and two others are lather Superiors of convents In ohcmin sad Hungary TIlE HOUSE SHOW Tonight time Louisville Horse Show willclose the most successful weelc- In its history The best thorough in the country were shown is Kentuckians are known as ItlrCdll of equine blood and style the was large everynight I The show brought visitors from various States and cities nnd the cnefit to merchants is inestimable HELENAS NEW CATJIEDUAL The cornerstone of the new Cathe I1rnl at Jlelenn Mont will be laid tomorrow Bishop Carroll officiating rho Most Rev Archbishop Irefani ill deliver the principal address rchblshop Christie and the other inliops of the Oregon archdiocese wl1l be present HOPKINS TIIBATEll iHopkins Theater enjoyed targe crowdll titan usual this week owinu- totl16i cold spell The pictures wer all good Manager Dustin promises f j1lctnrelineCATHOLKJ COMMUNITY r natlan 300000 chU1ielo the 0 t 9 I t grand street procession in which 10000 people will take part It will boi made up principally of men at Hinted with tho Holy Name Societies rom the various parishes in theI rchdloceso Major John J Leonard hall been selected to net as Chief larshal I Louisville New York and Boston all created sees in 1803 New Iwere had its centenary celebration but Louisville has held nr thus far FATHER 1IRADV HOSIK The lien Father A J Brady pas tor of St Cecilias church who has been recuperating his health and strength at Mount Clemens Mich JIIIII returned to Louisville and rens umed his duties HOMEWARD nouN Cardinal Gibbons is now on the high semis nnd en route home ills Eminence sailed from Queenstown reland on Thursday The people of Jaltimoro are preparing a grand re option for him on his arrival home IN HAD FIX The tobacco trust is trying to crush the raising of tobacco in Ire and They refuse to allow their raveling Dalesmen to handle Irish roducts nnd nR11 result the Irish lava to manufacture their own obacco Any trust having the Irish ml the Kentucklans fighting it is Inn bad fix l DEBT TO IRELAND An interesting feature of the great German Catholic Congress at Dus oldorf was tho pilgrimage of tho elegatcs to IvaiBerswerth to visit the grave of St Sultbortus time Irish nook who first spread the light if faith In that region Cardinal Fischer I nadc the pilgrimage tho occasion for an eloquent discourse on tho brotherhood of nations in faith and tho debt of Catholic Germany to tbo missionaries of Ireland 1ATIIJtJPRESERVK PATENT JiJ If youwant your patent 1lealuer hoes tollook really Bice clean thorn with French harness polish which y6u ORU buy at any fiddlers or harne maker s Rub it onthlnly- thellPoHabwltha molt Ollyclotb leeklee ntMcinr tlif aboes shine utlfullythfci prevent the leather you enMdctaf j I i Meeting KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Else where Denver Knights expect tto mOe into their new 85000 home about January 1 Owing to the initiation Wcdnesd night Louisville Council will hold iits regular meeting next Friday night There will be an exemplification of the Fourth degree at Boston Mas tomorrow and a large class is to 1 be put through Louisville Council will initiate a class of seventyfive at Scottish JUte Cathedral Sixth near Walnut street at 030 oclock next Wedne day evening Louisville Council will celebra Landing day with a Imnquet at the Gait House at 7 oclock on tho men ing of Monday October 12 Thom will be good music nnd approprln speakers Immaculate Council Brooklyn will hold Its annual reception and euchre at the Kings County Democrat Club on the evening of October 23 Quito n number of handsome print Lave been hung up This is one of BrooklynH lending annual social af fairsPndueah Council will join with the Sisters of Charity in celebrating onj October 12 her the Sisters It ill bo the fiftieth anniversary of tho founding of St MnryH Academy lnd time four houndrcd and sixteenth nn niversary of the landing of tolun bus on American soil West Philadelphia councils hae purchased St Janus Hall and will convert it into a modern uptodat home It is a fourstory struetur and measures 85x1 15 feet A banque hall will cover the entire first floor Iho fourth floor will be used ns a council chamber and the second as in auditorium Committee rooms and n gymnasium will occupy the third floor MOUNT uoon Is Now Described by Writers as Our Noblest Volcano Our noblest volcano is the nee mini for Mount Hood which rise to n height of 11325 foot in the Stat of Orison It is an almost porfec olcnnlc cone thl fourth in helAht- of the snow peaks of the 1iiclf iothl lIt being surpassed only bl tninlcr Shasta and Adams It was milt uji of lavas which were ojectci row n single summit crater Recently time vplcnno has rtisplayet Jgns1 of roncwe J activity Smoke re ently has been observed to IBBIH from fissures in Crater hock am iomcthlnff resembling a glow wu noticedat the same point in 1007 II III interesting to note thnt this nc Ivlty was synonymous with changes userveil in the Uogaslof group oC olcanle islands oft the Alaskan oast The remarkable eruption of fount Etna this year was precedes by violent earthquakes and accom smiled by the opening of a fractim if about n mile long and from kvcaty to fifty yards in brojidtli Veral iKirasitio copies of small slzi n armed along it and about 00000 cubic meters of lava pourei out but the fissure was oulj mrtinlly obscured by ernptlvi consrlonousnrterAlthough this eruption was violent hilo it lasted and although the Interval separating it from time next receding eruption was more thou fifteen years or about two and 11 malt times time average during tin ist 150 years the eruption was ol hart duration commencing at 520 u in April 29 and ceasing at 610 pI m on April 30 but practically lasting for only about seventeen hours TIlE FALL HACES Time highest of high class horse racing has been the feature at Douglas Iark this week The best horoughhrcds in America tho best oekeys and time most loyal sports lncn in the world combine to make the week a success frown a sporting tandpoint The weather was the I great Handicap Old Jupiter 1luviui umcd loose his Bhowcrs early Mon dny morning Zits kinsman Boreas emit his wintry blasts to follow the rain 1luvius took n vacation but torenH remained on the job llow ever the track was good and fast nnd nil enjoyed tho sport The priii ipal event today will be the Shawnee inndlcap for three carolds Tucs day will see the Falls City handicap XRINrrVS ENTERlKISU Trinity Council has determined upon a series of dances between noW dnd advent All of Chic dances will be given in the new club house jinx tdr and Morton avenues The open ing dance will be given Thursday Octob r 15 and tho others will fol 10w on October 29 November 12 and ovcmber 2J The committee U charge 4a as follows V K Uckcr hullman j J Frlgmtn A if ICiefer J J Drlscoll B A MortUhorct F Tr Iloffner Jr John JUttman and T allnoti fMACAUMSYS TIIKATKIl George M Cohan and Sam II Farris Minstrels with George Evans and 100 trolley Boys wm ho the at action at Macaufeys the first liil lofnext week with a matinee on ednesaay The Man and the 3if6u e is om- ngetO Macauleys Theater time last battior sect week jfritli 1 matinee itunlay OiiYfct DoBd Bryan John lkoitJlTder aril Wte Dorothy Dnnelly tare iboh dod in the cfsit PRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY ICumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVXLLE Kr X ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHEREiHOME PHONE 7669 CLIMB RHONE WEST 69 JOHN 1C FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery d 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 = LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYofCELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KV SUNDAYSd0 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible aud do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTU STREET CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Bout Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed 0- 0t Indianapolis and Louisville tTraction Company Y Ip Effect Sept 12 1908ff The Hoosier Llmltids Leave Louts y X vllli for Jeffersonville Watson X A Junction Sellersburg Scottsburg A y CrothersvilleSeymourColurobus it Edinburgi Franklin Greenwood fA and Indianapolis at t5 830 and 1130 a m and t 230 and 730p mrx Local Cars Leave Loulsvllla foris V eyrriour and all intermediatef Points atnmt tX 1230 130 330 530 630 x 830 and 1100 pm S t Cars Make Direct Connections Bit Slymou with cars of the hC S X T Co for Indianapolis and all X i 1lutermediute points also with A t trains of the B O RR and 4 X Southern Indiana R K for all T 1ForAgents and Official Time Table Folders In all oars MireUSeyseerr 47- tt 1a s CHOICE fr Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 DressJnakinglLadles b rcns Dresses a Specialty t MRS C H ZOOK 1918 Floyd SI PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND 4EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville lad Independent of All Undertakers KATIB AGNBS SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing sad Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones ttEIRY AAIJ1 JJ1 PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone J6J5 528 Fifth Street WINES UQUORSCISARS VALS SALOOVAL LIdRTJOR Poor Hot Lunch every morning J to 1230 oclock 44ia tJST ORBGEIT t6b KENrUOKY IRISH AlMERIOAN 4 HERE IS SOMETHING YOU WANTO- ur new Convertible Policy issued at the lowest premium rate annually ever known for such protection before We just started issuing this September 15 1908 LOOK AT THE RATJfl AT YOUR AGE PREMIUMS FOl 1OOO V AgeAnnual AgeAnnual20 937 28 1004 21 943 29 1015 22 950 30 1027 23 95731 1040 24 965 32 1054 25 97433 1070 26 i iijo s4 10BB 27 993 35 110B LOREN B WILLIAMSON AETNA LIFE KyuKentucKy State Agency THE BIG STORE TOP COATS AND CRAVENETTES Just What You Need Right Now To See Is To Buy 10 TO 25 I I THE BIG STORE9 MILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO 424 West Market St Between Fourth and Fifth xoay 1 Academy of the Sacred HeartCRESCENT HILL Louisville Hy Q CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS This beautifulgarden spot enriched by nature slid embellished by man stands on an eminence overlooking the ptkeicadhigtoCherokeePnrkJrdmwhichI fUs distant about one and onehalf miles Heautiful driveways through the surrbutding acres pic uresque walks spacious lawns with courts for tennis and croquet offer every inducement to healthful out door exercise The Cttrrlcn Am handled by a competent Faculty Is thorough and comprehensive The Academic Course Include besides the usual ktudies in science special advantages In French German Latin and Elocution The Commercial Conrac is taught extra The Conservatory of Music conducte on the plan of the European Classical conservatories has won the highest praise from leading mualdans Lectures and redtals are given from time to time by artists of national repute 1st the Art School every charcoal opportunity Is afforded The classes pursue a thorough Vortilnstratedcatalogue drawing In oil water colors pastel and china painting address t Suml Itur Atdmy KrtM Q The C Kollros School of Music Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND VIOLIN LESSONS 45 Minutes One Lesson per Week200 per Month 45 Minutes Two 4fCORNET LESSONS C KOLLROS w Minutes One Lesson per Week JJOO per Month j jxZm do Minutes Two 400 j j The above Lessons at Pupils Rea ienceW 100 per Lesson T Chorus andIiarmony and Composition 200 per Hour Orchestra LESSON HOURS s A M to 10 r M Cenductor SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BEGINNERS MUSIC IN THE HOMEI- s at all times essential and there is no time when it is ape predated more than in the summer A- WARRANDCECILIAN 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 n roll of music and pump The expression marks are on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expressionCome in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEQRORIEHMi MUSIC CO Incorporated OB8O8O FOURTH AVENUE g nnnBLUE RIBBONS In Coffee and Tea classes arc awarded by general popularity Mulloys Coffees and leas are universal favorites Order his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45excellentC MULLOYy COFFEE ROASTER Home Phon ijaj a14 W AIATCICIST S TRISECT 8 t1 DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forte SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hones Called For aad Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORCE 91WI5 SEVENTHS I WSAAAAAAAVVVQr M WOLTRIN6Pres I F BaDDDDSSewer Pipe Co v Sak GIaz t4 Sewer ami as Iaeaeaa Patent LiddedPia frSteal CltsWall Cevte Braia Tile Vitrified Street Pailsi Dick sir Prefla Ple Pipetime Llaiag Fir Brick Grate aalieller Tile CroEH Fire Clay Chl uwyTe Law Vases Ytrllkl sidewalk In tL OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TUPIICNUElf3 W6RKs3U a1l adMEraNd MaReol1i Avtl Bet pth and teth- 7arapKql17ii llrt1r c ol AgeAnnual 36113037 1154 38 1181 39 1210 40 1243 41 1281 42 1325 43 1375 HYPOCRISY Catholics Must Put No True in Promises of the British i Insult to the Eucharistle Del gates Calls Forth Sting ing Editorial Other Creeds Arc Free to Sing and Dance on the Highways THE LIBERALS ARE DISGRACE One of the most thoughtful and It the nmo time most scorching ci Itorlals on the recent insult offers to the delegates to the Eucharist Congress appeared in a recent issu of tho Ihindalk Democrat tnde the title John Bulls Hypocrisy tho editor says I Ono of the amusing things Joh Bull is never tired of saying of himself is that he is the most liberal minded fellow in tho world and tha I anyone who suffers persecution fo conscience sake or wants to practlc a form of religion prohibited elsewhere has only to come under th shelter of the Union Jack and hence lengthJohnllghtful country is full of religion cranks and maniacs Not to peal of the seven hundred odd natty forms of belief offshoots of th church founded by Harry VIII air ihta pious daughter you will find ii England all sorts of imported worship ions from Buddhism to Hoodoo And John smiles benignly a them all and basks in the alleges glory of being the only really tel Grant old fellow in this narrow minded world But In this as Iit other matters John is an arrant oh humbug and rank impostor There appears to have been i disposition in certain Catholic quay ters to take John Dull at his owi estimate and to regard him asIi not n friend at least no activ enemy of this church That Joh Bull has relaxed the old laws wliicl made a Catholic priest a malcfacto and condemned him to a shamcfu EnglaneCatholles and to worship in them is true also But it appears that they must no carry their profession of faith ou of doors We dont know whether i is a penal offense for a Catholic it England to take off his hat in tin street and say the Angelus at nol as they do in this country Bjn tappears that to walk in profcfr n through the streets as it wasfl posed to do on Sunday last at th j close of the great Eucharistic Coin gress in London is an offunsij against sone unrepealed penal1 lavi of England Hence when the liberate minded gentlemen and old Iwllcs ol the Protestant Alliance raised a howl about this illegal processions John Bull through his Liberal Prime Minister Mr Asquith ordered that the procession must not takri I placeThe worst of the thing from the standpoint of Johns is that the affair was an international one Not only the Popes Legate but Cardinal Gibbons from free America and sundry other Catholic notabili I othcrIthe Congress and were to have takenI part in the procession Hence Johns unhappy disclosure of his rue colors as a narrowminded bigot and t Tantls made in the face of the world and the bubble of his alleged tolerance and love of liberty is burst beyond repair True the singingand lancing disciples of the Salvation Army can parade the streets of English cities and bring sacred and holy names into the gutter Mormon missionaries can prcach in public riaces and every freak and fanatic told forth in religious discussion in Hyde Park on Sunday mornings But the Paptists must lie low in free and olcrant and libertyloving England Those who profess the old beliefs hose of the church founded on the took of Peter those Who in this ago tf unbelief alono adhere to the pure pith that XJhrlst and his apostlc- staughtfor them and for them shone England lias penal laws that- Ereventthem proclaiming their faith them and them alone has the gross and incrllegoua insult written in the in I famous coronation oath that her sovereigns must take before ascending the throne Alas poor John lull for your lost prctensional lonceforth while these laws remain upon your statute book you must bear in the face of the world Pour character of bigot tyrant and hypocrite bigot and tyrant as when you burned Popish priewts at the take at Smithfield changed only by disguisefl wn blundering hands have torn oCt I partyhlehbeJeads he n Liberall and added one oore ntoeoJe tansY reasons T hy ra- s1 e- A Age Annual 44o 1432I 45 d 1497 46 1571 Mgr stamped character England t yu BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a tall and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind la the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles or ltV Rr DJESCJUITION 434 West Jefferson Street lome Phont 1942 Cumb South 628 TtlOSJIEfNEYEUT Prescriptions called for and delivered In any part of the city without extra pricesItires SIXTH AND OAK WhitesidesOakB Y 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 ono more week Three thousand persons inspected the most improved bakery in the world Friday night- OPEN EVERYDAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p mas that is the bent time to see the plant in full operation FOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make if MothersBread Here YN kNlrtkattitc1ck1 tDotmtF1 t I kJs k Age Annual I 52 2273 53 2446 54 26- 40552B561i7 3362 18 3657 59 3984 50 4347 LATEST Icthn oi Republican Mncliln Is Genial Master oi Malls tobert E Woods Fell Into the IJooseveltTalt Now Harvester Explains to Carriers That lie Made Mistake About Salaries ANT MORE CAMPAIGN FUND It Is with regret we use that rm advisedly because the Russia dmiruls and Generals always use tat expression when they were de atcd by the Japanese during their tc unpleasantness that we have to port that Postmaster Robert K owls has been run over bv Ute oosevSHTaftlIltclHiock politlca irvester Nowhere is there a more genial r 11 more hardworking Federal oi icial That goes even if he is a ppublican But the poor fellow hUR uen harvested and Mr Woods re tains have been garnered into thc aft elevator This is how it cam lx ut Postmaster Woods went to Wash gton several months ago and on uslness connected with his office c returned satisfied with the treat cnt that he had received from the cads of his department and lnMinced that the Louisville postoffici id1 been allowed to increase th1e ilaries of certain carriers and erks For instance sonic carrier crc to go 1ron110o0 to 1100 anther 1100 men Were to be raise i fl200 but the increases were to made on the recommendation of Postmaster All went well until it developed at only a few carriers got the in ease Strange to say not one who is known to be a Democrat was all 8 list Some faces fell then Pho political1 campaign came along in nCt rnnd the letter carrion rived letters asking them to con bute 5 per cent of their salaries the year to the Taft campaign id For instance a 1100 mat i expected to cough up 55 one 1200 man 00 Now be it under od that Postmaster Woods was even remotely connected with se letters espouses were few and far be en A special meeting of the lisvlllc letter carriers was called the transaction of important mess last Saturday night Tin ting was held at Oddt ellow uAl1 as per schedule Postmaster Woods was the main speaker and he said something like this Boys 1 fear I made a mistake in not recommending more of you for a raise from 1100 to 1200 but I expect to remedy the matter by making an effort to have many moro of you raised and will try to have the raise dated back to July 1 so that all will be treated alike The speech was applauded of course but after it was digested the carriers began to cogitate it fawned on them that every 1100 nun who would be raised to 1200 would be expected to cough up 60- of the 100 raise to tho Taft campaign fund It makes many people think that despite civil service the Roosevelt maChine is using letter carriers for partisan purposes FITTING CLIMAX The baseball game last Sunday be weeD the Colonels and the Uutcher own team was a success in every way and was but a just tribute to the Louisville team and also to the FAst End boys The Louisville team vyi by a score of 0 to 2 furnishing l interesting contest but the real cature was the presentation of a han some diamond ring to Manager immy Burke in a neat speech by Charles S Raidy The Colonels were ntertaincd the same evening with a banquet at Boslers Hotel which was Mended by Jack Shelley Charles laldy Wallace Colter James Moll icnnyj Henry Scbweiters Martin larittcr Henry Alsop Nic Boater and Al Sterna FEDERATION The Jefferson Federation of Catli olle Societies will nest at Bortrand Rall in regular monthly session next liursday night The Very Rev lather J R Clarke O Pvlll tie liver an address on an appropriate opic and Dr P S Janz will con inue his report on the National Federation I IFATIlERMAJOR HERE The Rev FbtberTbomas Major astor of the Church of the Good henherd at Frankfort was In auieylllo Thursday o Bassist at the yelBonbergerLutkemeiw wedding tl1dto GREENES FOR FnrnitineJCarpets and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month JAMES 4252729 GREENEass BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES S ILORETTOI Founded 1812 chartered 1829 Oldest Educational lastttutlon In Kentucky yet thoroughly progressive and dated 1lrst session begins fiivt Monday in September tecond session begins fourth Monday in January Pupils received at any time Location healthful grounds extensive mid beautiful School building new and commodious equipped with all modern improvements Cuisine IIs excellent Wellfilled 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 evening trains Telephone connects Academy with station whepce lelegrama may be sent to all points AH Illustrated Prospectus giving all necessary Information may be obtained by addressing j DIRECTRESS Lerctto Academy Nerinx KyReerencof L y 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky UNION ICE CREAM CO sifiasuRaoturors of Pre Ice Crp m and Sher eta 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en comveUtorsHome t ii a BE SURE TO CALL FOR MCKENNA tI WHISKYI- T 1 IS ALWAYS PURE i McKenna Distiller Fairfield HyiOOfOOfH I F In Mall at above prices J and slpg1en 1 J L- J 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 and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep It in the front rank Haying made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all goods we are able to aell at old prices G RSONii 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND t FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET SULLIVAN Manager SIDADQitTARTJC126 FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in BetandPeat Beef Sprint Lamb Pork andCured Meats of all kind Also the Lard in this city We carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclaaa market product IOUIST1LLH PACKING COMPANTS HEATS ONLY Smiths Crony Boltlid Bond SMITH DISTILLING COMPANY INCOlllOlATltDI orders given- INetapt atteitlpa sate nr QUICK RANGES cleaned iron mlao Being the DIstiller 1I Can Give You Pure Whiskey at Low Prices 4Year Old 1t225 per gallwi 6o U Z50n U 8 I 300ufOu it 400U u 14N II II J500 M WeL SMITH327 W Market St LwtiiviKc Ky Ifgood nol iircpresented rrturn and mney will be refnnded O Ou is