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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o 1 F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXINO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 101908 PRICE FIVE CENT IMPROVED But Room For Improvements Still Is Irelands Coil dltlon o Rot Father OConnor In Home v After Safe Voyage From Mj ICnrope Saw Rome Pope Pius and theI Land of Ills Irish Ancestors INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS BETTER I The Rev Father John T OConnor pastor of Holy Name church South Louisville returned from his European trip last Saturday night and celebrated mass in his church Sunday morning The members of his parish were surprised because they did not know ho was on his way home Ills sister Miss Margaret who accom panied him oh his pilgrimage to Home returned with him The trip seems to have improved the health of Father OConnor and his sister They were members of a party of between 200 and 300 Catholics many of them priests that visited Rome Switzerland France England and Ireland The pilgrim party was four teen days on the Atlantic ocean from New York to Rome but enjoyed every hour and day of the trip After paying their respects to the White Shepherd of Rome Pius X and visit ing points of interest in the Eternal City the American pilgrims visited Lucerne Switzerland Paris London and Ireland While In France Father OConnor Miss Margaret OConnor and Mrs Dr P S Can time three Kcntueklajis in tho partymade a visit to Lourdes Tho pilgrims tour ended with 1 week In Ireland but Father OCon nor and his sister remained in the Emerald Isle two weeks longer They spent little time in time larger cities but they saw n great deal of the country and of the people Father OConnors hither was born in the County Limerick his mother In Kerry Between the two counties he spent a good part of the three weeks Not now not now said Father OConnor when asked to talk about his trip Let mo collect my thoughts Come tome other day MnJt rlI ha CxenllzedAhe1 omit arid grandeur of all 1 have seen Well if you want to know something I can toll you this Ireland is a beautiful greenkindpeopleItand hospitable Their conditions are better than formerly and nanny own their land now In the County Kerry there remains but one land lord He is willing to sell but Premier Asquith says he has no more funds with which to buy- I found all Europe suffering front the burden of taxation The Irish people pay twentyfive cents on the dollar valuation Think of that The people arc doing the best they can and are now striving to secure new industries The dairy business bas already begun to prosper Some years ago a Manchester syndicate established a series of dairies In Ire land for the manufacture of butter for sale In England They got the butter nil right but tho pries paid were not satisfactory to the Irish producers They started their own dairies and now the city of Cork has the finest butter market In tho competitorsInThe roads arc filled with donkey carts carrying milk to the various dairies in the morning and the Irish poducers pay expert chemists to analyze the milk and butter Ireland is better for grazing than for agri cultural purposes because there is so much rain that the crops rot before lmrvestedrNo the Blarney stone but I looked nt it I was at Abbyfeale In Limerick Tralee and Ballyferrlter In Kerry saw their schools met tho priests and admired the churches An absentee landlord built a Protestant church at Bally fcrrlter just for spite It had no communicants and while I was over there It was sold under the hammer to a blacksmith a real Kerry Gow Another thing I noticed in Ire land was the number of Germans and Italians They go to Ireland to learn the English language When they get back homo thoy get double wages as orVEnglish Most of them speak it with a good Cork accent too Some other time I might say more but not now said Father OConnor ANOTHER CATHOLIC DIGNITARY true appointment of Charles Mur positionofIt W Scott Is a very happy choice indeed For some time it has been urged tlmt there should bo better Irlsb Catholic representation Mr lawyerIsmanner which together with his cx ecutlvo ability makes it certain that no better choice could have beenJ made CATHOLIC INDIANS A fact not commqnly known Is that Wisconsin has a considerable Indian population we are accus towed to associate dlaamls toa with the Fa ut Wlscoa sin has its g There are i WII con ln with sixteen churches eight priests and seven schools The larger part of Wisconsins Indian population Is In tho diocese of Su perior The Catholic Indians under charge of Bishop Schlnncr number 2676 There are sixteen Indian missions In the diocese Lac du Flambeau two Odnnah which has a day school with 194 pupils Buffalo Bay La Polntc 1akwewang Courtes Orcllles Flambeau In the Green Day diocese arc 1400 Catholic Inv liana At Keshcna is located St Jo sephs Industrial Boarding School for Indians with 200 Indian pupils At this place is also the Menominee Indian hospital in which 180 patients were cared for last year INSULT TO IKISII Will Not Be Forgotten If G W Smith Becomes Candidate Senatorelect William O Bradley opened the campaign for W II Tuft the Republican nominee for President of the United States at the Coliseum on Friday night of last week The attendance was larger than at the one that greeted Leslie Shaw a week or ten days before but be it remembered that tTiere were many Democrats Irish and German American Democrats who went to the meeting to honor former Oov Bradley and to hear the other side of the question To his credit bo it said Senator Bradley was not abusive either of Bryan or of tho Democratic party nut his speech lacked the ginger that tho Senator usually In jects into his campaigns It was argumentative throughout but time sorriest representative that the Democrats have on the tiimp could have torn his argument Into shreds Before the Senator addressed time audience speeches were made by Attorneys George Weissinger Smith Charles Ogden and Nat C Curoton Mr Smith proved to be n Taft Burchard Iturchard ruined Blames chances with his talk on Hum Ro inanlsm and Rebellion George Unwisenger cmlth did worse He coupled the names of McCorrcn Mur ply Connor Mack and Bryan in such a manner as to make his address not only offensive but positively insulting to the IrishAmericans in the audience They will not forget It if Mr Smith ever enters his name for public office CARRIERS PROTEST Say Meeting Was Regular and Democrats Were Promoted Mcssrs Daniel W Cunlff Henry Selbel and C T Groves a committee from the Falls City Branch of the Letter Carriers Union No 14 waited on the Kentucky Irish American Tuesday afternoon and presented a communication denouncing the ar ticle regarding the Louisville letter carriers that appeared last week and characterized It ns a falsehood They admitted that the meeting was held that Postmaster Woods was present and made an address promising an Increase of salaries for more carriers They Insist that the Kentucky Irish American erred in stating that no Democrats had been promoted to the 1200 class and also in calling the rieiting referred to special Instead of regular The Kentucky Irish Am iri can has not now nor has It ever had any personal or political grievance ngalnst Postmaster Woods or the carriers and In the publication re ferred to was actuated only by a do sire to prevent the assessment from any quarter of the latter for cnm pnign purposes SOCIAL SESSION Division 3 Will Celebrate Its TwentyfourthBirthday Division 3 AO H held an enthusi astic meeting on Thursday night of last week Routine business was quickly disposed of but d rousing line of talk along patriotic lines fol lowed President Patrick T Sullivan praised the delegates to the County Board for their wisdom in selecting County officers like P J Welsh and D J Coleman and also for the selection of Patrick Hollcy as Division Deputy Those present decided to dispense with the routine affairs at the next meeting and to hold a social session instead The social session will be lit honor of the twentyfourth anni versaryof the funding of Division 3 Time Literary Committee was requested to provide hospitable entertainment for time guests at the hall northwest corner of Seventeenth and Market streets on next Thursday evening FATTIER 1JAX SARIS Very Rev Father Lawrenco flax rector emeritus of St Johns parish left Louisville on Thursday of last week and sailed from New York for Holland on the steamer Staatcndor on Tuesday of this week He is accompanied abroad by his niece Miss nephewLawrencehim to New York His many friends wish him a safe voyage and a speedy return GOLDEN JURILEE St Francis College Cincinnati celebrated its fiftieth year wUhatriduum Monday of this week TheBet Father Peter Iionifaceollurahdayt The Rev Father Chrystoetom Theobald who was formerly located at St eoJaurobjptMoJMd time iietm001 o 1 At I BLUr LAWS In England That Place tho Catholics at n Great- Iixadtaatage t A Adherents of the Pope Can Not Own horse Worth Much I British Hypocrisy Has the Entire Civilized World Aroused BARRED FROM NICK OFFICES English hypocrisy Is getting Itselt thoroughly disliked Even i ithe proBritishI I abuses from which time Catholic suf fer Between the way alien athletes were treated at tho Olympian games and the stir that was caused when Premier Asquith offered an Insult to worlUtwldepublico EnglandThe on last Sun specialcorrespondcnco Attention has been focused hereupon the many ridiculous laws against Catholics which still exit on the statute books and which rJtalln absurdity the famous blue laws of New England by the recent Govern ment ban upon the carrying of the host through London streets at the conclusion of the Eucharistic Con gress Although many of the most obnoxious disabilities under which Catholics smarted years ago wore repealed when the act of Catholic emancipation went Into effect in 1829 a number of petty persecutions still remain In force The great majority of them are ob solete and no one would dream of attempting to enforce them but it Is pointed out that practically the Same thing held true of the law which pro paraloIIIaristic controversy resurrected it out of the hoary past Influential Catholics are determined to bo on tho safe side hereafter and will appeal to Parliament when it reconvenes to repeal the laws which place them at a disadvantage One of the most extraordinary of thatwlulclmtnhiCatholic to possess a horse valued at more than 23 Anyone can seize n Catholics horse and by simply offering the owner 25 may make off with the property Even the Derby winner would have to be parted11with by Its owner were the latter a Cath olio as was the case this year rnnrringelawslet For instance according to nn net pased in the time of King William III any Protestant woman having an interest in land who marries Without a declaration before a Magistrate that her husband was a known Protestant ninny suffer the forfeiture of her estate to the next Protestant heir This curious law Is never complied with In theso days simply because no ono considers it still to be in force Another obsolete law is that all Catholic places of worship in England today must be certified before a registrar and there is also nn old statute which forbids Catholics hold Ing meetings with locked doors This was originally intended to prevent secret plotting but few Catholic places of worship of modern times comply with these conditions Though the doors are not locked none of these places ewer considers It neces nary to register in accordance with the law Another law still in force against Catholics Is that they are not to hold office In certain schools Several of the schools mentioned in tho statute have had for some years Roman Catholics as teachers In cer tain departments of science One law which bears heavily on Catholics of the present day in Eng land Is that which requires them to pay tithes This form of taxation sUpportIngEngland Catholics are not exempt from tithes and every year largo amounts are collected from them In order to maintain nn opposition de nominationEven in England though Catholics nave full civic liberty two posts of high honor are closed to them This Is tho Lord Chancellor ship of England and time Lord Lloutennnch of Ireland This quos tion of tho Lord Chancellorship was prominent during tho lifetime of the late Lord Russell of Klllowen who was universally recognized as the man most fitted for the post but he was said to be disqualified owing to time fact that he hold the Catholic faith ENGLISH NERVE Tho cable last Saturday brought the information that J C Carpenter of the American Athletic team at tho recent Olympian races had been per manently suspended by a committee of the Amateur Athletic Association which met in Birmingham England Carter It will bo remembered de feared Haswell the champion Eng fish runner and tho Britishers raised a cry of foul The Americans declined to ran the race over on the following day DONOVANSmIANOE Frank Donovan who is studying law in tics city has be n notlned of hta ceteetkm M alternate for an appbuUmwt to WMt Foist front then o d A First Kentuckyjdlstrlct His elder brother graduated from West Point with honors this year and it may be that Frank will follow in his foot steps The father Col John T Dono van of PnducuhJ Is one of the best railroad men best Knights of Colum bus and best IrishAmericans in the world Ho would be proud to see all his sons enter the service of the United States npny if the necessary contingency ove mrls- esItEASUNS Wlir Ireland wJIt Long Under Rule of Propaganda at Rome e Writing in tilt Seven llllls Maga onslgnorO1Uordan regnroJng Irish Tii terests in tho new constitution of thl Roman Curia 3Ie declares that the jopaganda was es tablished or prlwarily designed to serve as the Congregation charged with the illsscnvMutlon of the faith in Pagan landsJl How did Ireland ayMonsignor points out eminently that Catimocountr acame because nglandits free and regular communication with Rome and although it has never ceased to preserVS its hierarchy in tact the povertyifb which the Church in Ireland was reduced by spoliation and in general the Catholics of Ireland by confiscation left it in all that belongs ttojfthc temporal and the external hitJlo position of a missionary country Necessity neither of its owB1 or Homes crea tion made it seehrefuge In the Congregation of propaganda which transacted business according to the circumstances otl each case Prac tically the only difference wliich the new constltutlonjlf time Curia makes will be that the I Irish Bishops or others havinp business to transact of a kind treated of by two or more congregations will be obliged to air ply to each oiiijAaeparatcly instead of making a single application to time Propagnndas1 APPEAL fNSWEKED 3 i St Anthonyi Quick to Re spond toy Bishop Col tonsrrayer Writing of the trip of the chapel car through thef East Rev W D OBrien who accompanied It relates this anecdote In Extension At RQellestci tie car was ath vantagepuslyJficnou1 at a4 poiniwlcrc all time visUorsuv1 the city would Ifore to see It Among the distinguished visitors who came at this point were Archbishop Quigley Bishops Colton of Buffalo Cusack Auxiliary Bishop of NeW York Van de Vyver of Rich mond Allen of Mobile and Mon signor Lavellc Bishop Coltons expressions of approval were especially gratifying but he remarked 1 would like very much If St Anthony did something for me He stated that lie had left his breviary In time train that morning and be would be very glad if St Anthony would fliid it for him St Anthony has been pUt to many tests but Indeed few so ex acting Imagine good Bishop Coltons surprise and amazement when upon the instant a breviary was handed luau with the question Will this do Where djdyojigct it he exclaimed St Anthony brought it here this morning was the reply and Insist as ho would tho good Blsholof Buffalo could elicit no The conduc tor of the train on which the Bishop rode picked up the breviary that morning and brought it to the chapel car saying One of those middle aged gentlemen wearing a red necktie left this back in the train nnd perhaps you may bo able to locate him WELL PLEASED Were Members of Division 1 With Evenings Receipts President John M Mulloy presided over a fairly well attended meeting of Division 1 A O1I Tuesday even ing Time receipts In tho way of dues were excellent and besides the treas ury was increased by 78 from tho now defunct Masonic Savings Bank A communication from County Presi dent Patrick J Welsh was read in apE0lntn1entof utyJohn Shaughnessy was reported still ill and his condition unchanged Dan Sullivan was also reported ill Charles J Flnegan reported that the sale of tickets for the euchre was progressing and that indications promised a large crowd Tho rest of the evening was occupied With the transncatlon of routine affairs and an interesting discussion that indicates much activity during tho winter months GOOD RACING Sunny skies and good racing were the features at Douglas Park during the past week and the attendance has been very encouraging to the management while tho class of horses running will compare fa vorably with any in tho country The banner day of the past week was Military day on Thursday which drew the largest crowd of the moot- Ing The public Is taking morn und more y the parimutuel bet ting machines andJtis doubtful if any of the regular patrons would systemprogramme ban several good events bofJ from a sad apecuUr UT l j IUNION MEN I And Union Labor Are Not in Love With the Present- Administration Horseshoeing Johs Turned Over to the NonUnion Shops I Lieut Fosteri Entertained lint Regular Army Nee Have Opinions REGISTRATION DEPLETES OFFICE Time Republican party poxes as tho friend of the workingman but in promises IIgoTII1I1esPolice Court was President of tho llorseshoers Union and went out on strike with his confreres because of sonic grievance against the employers As a union man Mr Roberta was RepublicansPrevious to that time the horses used by the city in the police fire street cleaning and other departments wero Hhod by union horse MayorGrinsteadunion shops arc getting all this work If you are inclined to doubt this call Comptroller tho past ten months What was the matter that the ele ators at the County Court House wero not In operation Tuesday nnd Wednesday Humor has it that tho elevator attendants were engaged at the polls as election officers Is that true Taller Monroe It Is not a fact that ninny of the city and county offices were depleted on registration days because their employes were at the polls It was the Republican contingent that was missing The taxpayers pay the salaries of its city servants and pay thorn over again as registration officers but what RepubBeans Toe Lawton the Mayors law clerk and prosecutorin chief of Councilman John L Richardson was Sheriff at time Eighth precinct of tho Eighth ward Tuesday and Wednesday He draws salary as Mayor Grlnsteads hnwelerijandl It IB supposed he will be paid for bib servJce ina SliferIf f IIpeclClc Thomas Watkins formerly In tint grocery business was elected ns Councilman to succeed Councilman Echelon this week It Is understood that Mr Edclcn has been promised a job as policeman if he would get out This Is the same Watkins who was quito active in politics in the old A P A times of fifteen years ago Mr Watkins it is said has not anyCan Board of Public Safety reduced Lieut Cun patrolmanIfpublicLieut was host nt a dinner for some of time United States regular soldiers who were lucre to attend the tournament What the regulars have to say about Fosters career in the army was not news to many It simply verified former statements of tune Kentucky Irish American about the bpbtull Foster Every regular United States army soldier line his opinion of time bobtailed ma- nRUMORS RIFE As to Probable Successor- as Head of Catholic University The American Catholic University at Washington D C opened for time fall scholastic term last Monday Albert College formerly Keanc Hall is the latest affiliation Albert Col legs will hereafter be devoted to undergraduate students both as living quarters and school rooms the pro fessors having residence elsewhere The six years term of Bishop OConnell as rector of the university will expire in April and rumors are rife ns to his successor Thore is no doubt that higher honors await tho Bishop Among those named for ups probable successor aro Bishop John Carroll of HolonaMont Rev Father D J Flynn President of Mount Saint Marys Emmlttsburg Md and n former Louisville boy Monsignor Lavellc New York father Kevin Francis Fisher of Philadelphia Rev Dr Edmund Shanahan of the Catholic University and Rev Dr John Talbot Smith of Now York VADUOAH ICNIGHTH Col John T Donovan Grand Knight of Paducah Council Knights of Columbus and General Agent of tie Illinois Central Railroad Company headed the Paducah Council degree team that exemplified the third degree hero Wednesday night In his party were Fred H Flannigan Francis B Hagerty Harry S Klely Morton Hand Dr B Li Bradley Joseph L Wolf J T Potty DrD- L Bradley and Frank Donovan LONDONS CATHOLIC MAYOR yearsLondonH Catholic Lord Mayor ini the person of Sir John Stuart Knlll B rt Alder man of the Bridge ward who stands aext ia rac Mlon for the office The I last Catholic Lord Mayor was time coming Mayors father and It will be remembered that ho paid an offi cial visit to the Lord Mayor of Dublin during his year of office The Knlll family are of Belgian ex generations In the city The present Sir John Knill Is held in wide respect and he and Lady Knlll arc very active in Catholic charitable educational and philanthropic work in London FAMOUS YEW THEE Has Shaded Muckross Ab bey Almost Six Hundred Years William 1C Curtis time American journalist now touring Ireland writes thus of Irelands famous ruin AbbeyThe of Muckross Abbey are the most perfect of any ruin In Ireland and the moldings of several of the doorways are In a fine state of preservation so that the carving can be carefully studied There Is u cloister thirtythree feet square en circled by a vaulted corridor seven tivcntytwoyesterdayAndquadrangleistime largest in the world having been planted by the monks at the founda tion of the abbey in 1310 It was usual so I am ttold for Franciscan monks to plant yew trees in the courtyards of their monasteries and they arc found frequently In rums Time trunk of time tree is smooth and straight to a height of twenty feet and is about twelve feet in Circum ference at the base The brnnJies spread over the inclosing walls like an umbrella and darken the entire quadrangle which never had any other roof- Several legends are woven around this majestic tree which In the eyes KillarneyIs bybreahingpopular indignation They believe punlohedbwithin a year and it is a remarkable coincidence that such things have occurred several tines Time kitchen the refectory the chapterrooms and Rel ralotherapartments are In an excellent state of preservation and are well cared dormitoryyhavestands as it was SCO years ago but is an empty shell having no roof flooring or staircase and visitors arc prohibited from climbing the walls WOI DEKATERS Will Discuss Y M I Age Limit Proposition at Mackln For the first time In months Presi dent Robert T Burke was absent from a meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night and Vice President Frank Lanahnn presided in his stead Mr Lnnahnn wielded the gavel as If be lIml been used to It all his life and after time meeting the members dlgnlCledhearingIit W tlahvay who was injured by a horse last week David Hummel and Virgil loin were reported on the sick list It was announced that Mnekin Council would initiate a class of fifty next Wednesday night This will not Interfere with the Tuesday nights meeting Attention was also called to the fact that Macktns Social Club would open its dance series on Monday night It was decided to hold a debate on William H Gallagher proposition to make thirtyfive years the age limit on the night of October 20 James T Shelley and Ben J Sand will take the affirmative side while Charles S Hnldy and William Kcrberg will cs pouse the cause of the negative proposition 0 CALLED AWAY Popular Hibernian Is a Victim of Sudden Death Joseph Taylor for ninny years an active worker in local Hibernian cir cles died suddenly while seated nt the dinner table at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Sunday Mr Taylor had been in ill hcaltht for soy oral months but yet did not go to the hospital until two weeks beforo his death The deceased was born at Hazlo wood Minn about fifty years ago and came to Louisville when quite a young man Until his final illness he had been a faithful employe of time Byrne Speed Coal Company Mr Taylor was popular with ills ac quaintances and in tho days of his health and strength he gave largely to charity The remains were sent tp St Paul Minn for Interment A brother and several other relatives of time deceased reside In that city IRISH FIRST TEACHERS Prof T M Greenwood Superin tendent of Kansas City public schools paid a just tribute to the Ignorant Irish the other day when he said The first school teachers In Missouri were Irishmen Back in 1798 when the English suppressed the rebellion and after Robert Emmet had been hanged many of the Intelli gent young men of Ireland fled to the United States Seeking to avoid extradition they came Into the in tenor which at that time was al JtbembecasuellChoold werethisstate firstt ta FALSEHOOD Says Archbishop Ireland on the Latest Modernistic Yarn Dally Papers Harry to Print Sensations But Truth Is Slow Cardinal Gibbons Kn Route Homo Had No Chance to Talk GIVE IT NO CREDENCE AT ALL The motto of the daily press seems to be Publish the sensation today the news tomorrow or when outLasttimeUnitedSensationCardinalMerry andthatwnsbeingof Ibis differences of opinion from speclnllapal GiblensEngIis1ttllCVaticansModernismCardinal 11IghlIea8 r sational story was given out As n opportunitytoof nnIntenlewSaturdayThe story is a falsehood made out of whole cloth The Avanti is tho chief representative of the yellow press of Italy it Is an avowed enemy of the Vatican In vented stories deliberate falsehoods are their stock in trade when facts or even appearances of facts are vantin whatsoev-er in time saying that Cardinal Merry del Val is about to resign the Papal Seeretar State The Cardinal Is the trusted friend of Pius L whom he has served boy nlly and whom he is sure to con tinue to serve for many years tq comes EnglishuncIPope complaints against the Car dinal becauseof his iwac on mod ernism nothing could be more Englandof such n discourteous act toward wpultlbeThe war against religious mod ernism Is the Popes own war as it Is the war of every good Catholic indeed of every sincere Christian Modernism is In its arguments nnd tendencies the denial of the super religionthein the Christian revelation in the Schipturcs and In the Church A strange accusation to bring up against tho Cardinal Socraetary of State that he wars too strongly assettamprotestabsolute falsehood the vilest of the vileI am sure no friend of mint no givestocredence Time whole report as now going the rounds of tho press reads as a huge joke I should not have token notice of It were it not that its continuous repetition may perchance i in some way mislead the unwary and the unthinking reader into tho belief that there is n particle even the smallest of ground work to it- LA1tGEST BAROMETER Father Alfanl time director of the Meteroologleil Observatory of Florence has constructed the largest barometer in the world The instru ment Is nearly fifteen meters high and Its glass tube has a diameter of over twenty centimeters Father Alfanl intended originally to use water instead of mercury in this barometer but ho discovered that a 1 column of water with n vacuum above it could not rlso higher than ton meters consequently ho decided to use olive oil Instead of water To his great surprise however hQ found that oil contained a greater quan lOut of air than water and he ex InIplished and tho fluid was placed In wasipressure of the atmosphere with per oxIposed in Faenza where tho centenary of Evnngellsta Torricoill is being celebrated MISSIONARY CONGRESS Tho Catholic Missionary Congress of the United States and Canada will convene In Chicago on Sunday No vember 15 it promises tobetbegreatest demonstration of Catholics In one city in two decades It is expected that no less than sixty Archbishops Bishops and mitred Abbotsawill bo lpresent at the celebration JEWS FOR HOME RULE Tho IHbbrqwsj resident in Dublin and vicinity hold a mass meeting In that city and passed aresolution lqParliamentwill secure for the people of Ireland selfgovernment and foster triads ta- dtntrUc iI a r I gNTUCKY IRISH AMERxOAN LKEKTUGKY flMERIGflN I ClbJ1Officlallyt KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DuLLAR PER YEAR alNQLB COPY 50 Entered it the LouUvllle PoitoHlce se SecondClass titter Address all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33531 West Greet St LOUISVILLE KY d t IUKUA t OCTOBER 10 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Foe President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN- PRESIDENTIAL RACE Who will bo the next President of the United States That seems to be tho all Important question No- bOdy will known the answer Until tho ballots are counted on election day Just now it would appear that Bryan Kern and the other Demo crata Hivo the Republicans on tho- r t In many States the result Is said to be In dbubt but there is II stretch of seventeen States from tM Atlantic1 ocean to tho Pacific coa t where the chances aro that Drannnd Kerb will win In nearly all of these seventeen States there aro blUer Stato and local contests New York New Jersey Rhode lIs- land Ohio Indiana Wisconsin North and South Dakota Montan Nevada Colorado Kansas Ncbrask California and Oregon gave their votes to Roosevelt in 1904 Now Mr t Bryan claims them lie bases Ilia claim on the idea that he will got 8G per cent of the labor vote that tor the first time in sixteen years the Democrats are united in tho photal States that the trusts have been precluded from contributing to campalg funds that the Democratic platfon Is more popular and tho Democratic i candidates are more highly revere than the Republican platform or candidatesOn other hand Mr Tarts friends claim that he will carry New York that Chanler will outru Hughes but the Republican force seem to have given up the State alld are devoting all their interest to the West and Middle West It has been announced that President Roosevol is to take tho s ump for Taft Le hiihT XsPTesTdent of tho Unite States Mr Roosevelt has the respect of tho people as a dictator of his successor he will have neither respec nor will his candidate be supported PORT WELL TAKEN The Rev Father J T Roche LLtt one of the ablest Catholic writer of the day in the latest issue of the Cathuiic Union and Times of Buffalo has the following to say I believe that Catholics have It iiu their power to make their periodical press the best std strongest to be found In the country today All thIs I believe too can be done within n very short rpucc of time The prc serlptlon is simple the application iis the difficult part of the proceeding The reader will naturally ask how can this be done The answer IiIs simplicity itself Let CathoTRr busi ness men advertise In Catholii papers and let our people as in whole make it known that they veil patronize those who advertise ill tosuch periodicals and the rest is easy This advertising business is the real keynote to success or failure It furnishes the very lICebloDc1tlto- sinewsc of war so to speak of every t journalistic enterprise More that this the radical weakness of nine tenths of our periodicals is a weakness in the advertising department patrattagetto which they are justly entitled It 1 is hard to convince even Catholic 11business men that they arc the vcr best kind of advertising mediums In the business world itself there is a silent boycott on religious perl odicals The advertising done ia the c secular monthlies reaches fabulous figures Our religious monthlies find It extremely difficult to break into this advertising field Every word written by Father Rocbo on this subject is true but the same facts have been previously Mscusficd by the Kentucky Irish American One finds Catholic col leges and academics paying big =iiioiicy fay advertisements in secular tally papers and monthly magazines whole the representatives of Catholic journals are not even given a hear ing Some of the religious com munlMeR prefer to feed the editors of nonCatholic journals but would iet the Catholic editors starve C PERTINENT ADVICE The editor of the Dundalk Democrat has those pertinent tomhrksto makeLooiwetnlng he Jrish Industrial developmptw It 1is Mir to cpr twlt autl eaalCri ry f i2- M to oUr men anWon sermons young women if we dont show them bow I I i to make a good living at homennd help them to do it At present there Is practically no employment for thi bulk of our people except in ngrl culture What ire nave to do is 1 to found industries and when founds to support them We have capital enough 1lying up in our savings bans and In foreign investments many or them unprofitableto provide em ploymcnt for every idle pair of hand In the countryor at least for thos that arc willing to work and ablt What we want chiefly is brains trained business abilitywise dire tion inda Ui6r6ujhgraiip of1 tlii0 position of things in the moden industrial worM There Is that spirit in the country growing every day that will give support to the Iris product as against the foreignat least where values are equal Am there seems no real reason short of Incapacity In management why wiO should not give equal value with the foreigner in many lines of produc tlon Associations have been formed iIn Dublin Cork and several smalls Irish centers for the dcveldpmdn and encouragement of Irish in lustrics and these ought to be amalgamated or at least affiliated and spread all over the country Tllu Industrial doctrine requires to be preached in every city town anll hamlet and the local industrial pox sibilit lea investigated and cxploltci under wise and prudent direction IIn many places that we know pplendh work has been done either by hull vidual effort or on cooperative line in founding new industries and open- Ing up new means of employment Wexford has shown the lead to all Ireland in this Kilkenny and Tralf and many other places have followed Why should not the people of other centers bestir themselves come to gether regardless of political 01 other differences mitt see what niaj be done for the community of whirl they are a part and for the country which all classes of politicians claim to love It is rumored upon good authority that Col Andrew Cowan wll resign as Park Commissioner soon after the election and that Col Moris Bolknn will bo named to succeed him Doth are high class business men and havi served on the Board ol Park Com missioners before but have novel been petty or partisan in handling park affairs StaellThootloreeminent success as dictator of his successor ho has been an Ignominious failure STARS AND STRIPES The Catholic Sun of Syracuse say and says well We Catholics love and revere our flag for she floats oer the country that was discovered bj Catholics exploited by Catholics col Catholics by Cath olics and will be saved from destruction by Catholics We love oui country above all Other countries fat here we enjoy freedom of conscience and freedom from tyranny of all kinds1 We may not like some few of our lows but these will be changed by the sense of right and justice that dominates our llsnd +MARIE LKHRANCIIU ALIVE Among tho 3G2 persons who had informer years found miraculous cure at Lourdes and who went to the fa mous shrine with the great national pilgrimage last month to offer up thanksgivings for themselves and prayers for tho present sufferers was Marie Lebranchu cured in 1892 of tuberculosis In Its last stage It Is worth remembering that the case of Marie Lebranchu was referred to by Zola In his novel on Lourdes Sho who found radical euro was do scribed by that godless author as hawing had n relapse whllo traveling buck home and as dying iq tho train Tho truth is she never had any sort of relapse and is now after sixteen years In robust health whereas tho unscrupulous novelist Is dead WORD ABOUT HOMK Home is the one place in all this world where hearts are sure of each other It is the place of confidence It Is the place where we tear off hat mask of guarded and suspicious oldness which the world forces tin to wear In self defense where AVC pour out the unreserved cominunlca tlonof Still and confiding pearls It iff the spot where expressions Of endcrness gush out without any ensallon of awkwardnestt antI without any dread of ridicule Let a man ravel where he will homo is the place td which Ills l eartuntram meted fondly turns lie is lo double aU pleasure there lie Is to divide tilLpnln A happy home ja the single pot of rest which a man has upon thill earth for the uultivatlon of his obleet sensibilities r SOCIETY 4d Miss Mamie Dillon has returned from Europe Miss B Chawk of Sbmcrset Ky Is the guest of Miss Margaret Ou Portland Miss Mary Hclnmnn of HOllth Louisville is visiting friends iat Birmingham Ala I Miss Fanny Hess OHellly is the guest of Miss Rosemary Rogers ot Rogers Place Cincinnati I Irs David Welch and Mrs Flo pnce Hall have been visiting in st Louis for the past week Mrs James Welqh entertained1 the B M W Euchre Club at her homJ on Dank street Wednesday Judge Joseph T ONeal and famll hdVe returned from PewCc Vallo where they spent the summer Mrs Jess oklhncrhas returned ito her home in Paducah after a ant visit to Mrs George pleasI Mrs J B Dawson of Lebano Junction is the guest of her III liter Mrs John B Stoerr on Portlan avenue Mrs James J Donahue and IIn- fant daughter Elizabeth S arc spending the week with relatives iIn Covihgtoh Mr and Mrs Austin Lynch h1o returned home after a two yeeki visit to relatives in Frankfort amI Lexington John Williams who Iii the guest of Mr anil Mrs Will Stengel or Parkview has returned tu his homr In Owcnsboro This Misses Connausl ton of tl e llighlands have returned homo a ter Upending the summer with Mr Durff on the Bardstown road Mrs John H Milllgan nail daugl ter MRS Hattc May who liavc spent the summer In Franklin Ky will return home about October 31 Mrs M W Mullen arid laughter Miss Alice Mullenrof ParkcrsbUr W Va are visiting Mrs Mullen mother Mrs Mary Lavin 1712 Wt Chestnut street The engagement of Miss Mat Illncs and Thomas Campion hns boon announced The wedding wl1 take place this fall but it will be a very quiet affair Mr and Mrs John Lutkeiuele who are enjoying their honeymoon trip in tho East will he at home tto their friends at 1711 Frankfort avenue after November 10 Martin Quirk Is rejoicing becaus the handsomest boy In Louisville nr rived at his home 031 Magnoll avenue last week It weighed ten pounds at birth The new boy will be christened tomorrow Mollie and son are doing nicely Mr and Mrs William A HennesRj of 2517 First street announce the engagement of their sister Mis Nora Joyce to Mr Fred Luth or Indianapolis The wedding will be Kolcmnicd at St Louis Bertrand rectory on Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Frank L Recd have announced the engagement or their laughter Miss Anna C Reedor to Oscar H Frey Jr Tin bridetobe JH well known in Wes End solcety circles The fortunat young man holds a responsible posi tion with the PeasleeGaulbert Com any Miss Beatrice Small of 2303 Wes Jefferson street entertained lallt week In honor of her cousin Mis Bridget Margaret DondhueI of uie County Tipperary Ireland Miss Donahue spent a great part of thc summer in West Virginia and vii sail for home next Thursday Mlsi Maggie Donnellyof 2529 Magaziiv street assisted Miss Small in enter laming her gues- tsUNITYJUI3ILPES I Proud of the Election 01 Charles P Pfefferas Director Unity Council Y M I of cv Vlbany held a big meeting Mondaj night and there was great jubilation over the election of Charles K Pfcffcr as member of the Supreme Hoard of Directors Plans were outlined for a series of winter enter Lninmcnts and these will be more fully developed at a later meeting The council ordered its per capita tax paid and as usual Unity was the first council in tho Indiana jurisdic Jon to meet this obligation Unity Is preparing for the Initiation of n large class at an early date when It ill hoped to increase the membership to the largest number in the iouncils history COUNTY HOARD GALLED Patrick J Welch the new President ot tho Jefferson County Board A 0 ITr has called a special meeting of the board for Monday evening at 8 clock sharp Tho meeting will be old at IJcrtrand Hall Sixth street between St Catherine and Oak County President Welsh has also appointed the following Division Deputies James P Barry Division 1 James Division 2 Patrick lolley Division 3 William P Me onogh Division to PADUOAHS CELEURATION Attorney Thomas Walshof this cityt has been Invited to deliver the principal Address at Paducah Ky- ioxt Monday evening when there will I a joint celebration of r1 r arYli Academy fiftieth anniversary and be- four hundred and sixteenth annjver lary of the landing of Columbus on- theI shores qf America Grand Knight John J porlan and other Paducah nights will make brief addrowwi bere will ta a musical programme sides Sir VTalsh will speak on Catholic Wonen Communftlea u 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky 1908 OCTOBER PRIMARY 1908 Robert L ClarkCan- didate For ReElection SCHOOL TRUSTEE lltlx and ISt L WardsVoting Place 21st and Walnut Polls Open 1 to 8 p m 0 1908 Democratic Primary Igo8 AUGUST JJl KLEIN CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TWStEiiRebpe- ctfully solicits jour support I 10ii MI Voting Place 2101 West WalnutOct I to 8 P KNIGHTS I OP IQLOiBDS1 Late News That Will Intcrc t Members Here and Else where Louisville Council initiated a class of seventyfive at the Scottish ItItc Temple Wednesday night Milwaukee Council and Pere Ma incite Council will hold separate Lauding day celebrations on Mo day In Newark X J the Knights arl working to raise a monument 1 to Daniel OConncll the Irish Lit orator At the formal opening of the new Jesuit College in Brooklyn Bed for Council presented the rector with u chuck for 300 to provide a schola slap In Brooklyn Bedford Council Ims given a iOO scholarship to St Francis College TJio new Institution has just opened under the ant pices of the Jesuit fathers Chicago Knights will havo a big street parade tomorrow previous to the dedication of the Columbu fountain The exercises will be un del the auspices of Calumet Coun elJl Daniel Tracy of Great Pall Mont has presented a hand ol1e bronze statuo of Christopher Colum bu to the Columbus Hospital iIn that city The Great Falls councl took part in the unveiling exerclscf Every council of tho order fror New York to the Philippines is pre paring to celebrate Landing day In sonic cities the event will be colt brated tomorrow instead of Monday f the actual anniversary of the land Ing of Christopher Columbus Milwaukee Council has a series of entertainments for the ensuing three months On October 23 II large class will receive the three de grccs on October 30 a Hallow Eer party November 24 Thanksgivini dance November 25 stag social December 31 watch party The Philadelphia councils presented a bronze tablet to the historic Church of St Joseph last Sunday Hon Michael Ityhn mud the presentation speech and the response was made by the Provincia of tho Society of Jesus At the close of the ceremonies tho Itigh Rev Archbishop Faloonlo gave the Benediction of the Blessed Sncra ment SUCCESSFUL BAZAIl The bazar for the Benefit of the new church of St Marys of the Knobs near New Albany was opened last Sunday under most favorabl auspices and continued three das with great success Andy Kast and John Coleman both splendid splelers went to St Marys Sun day to help out They made such a hit that the Roy Father Joseph Sermershelm separated them from their families until the bazar war over Quite a nice sUm was real Ized LARGE CLASS INITIATED Louisville Council Knights of Columbus conferred tho threo de roes on a class of seventyfour at tho imitation In Scottish Rite Temple nat Wednesday night Tho Louis lllo Councils degree team oxempll ned the first and second degrees while the third degree was exempll led by a team from Paducah Council leaded by Col John T Donovan Hate Deputy of the order IUXCE OK DIVISION J Division 4 A O H will give 11 lance at the Southern University rail Fifth and St Catherine streets on the eveningof October 22 The jommitiee and division officers vlll do everything In their power to make the evening an cnjoyablo one for all who attend A splendid crpslshorcan band will bo one of tie features ILLUMINATED CROSS The new Illuminated cross On Holy lrllIty ehurcll1 at 1ayt9Phi Iis cite anlp19at around that part o tfieTo untryi1inglif ill t1tEir bJllazing forth Jin a J1alooc1Qtr it I 0 appcarriricII sugg tlve ot the Emperor Col Istanttnc and his vision The1 Idea iii- I is I originlail with ta her IBhncvh d1- etlkkp l io tell tIlC ingenious DJCChUtlICd eolltr vAnce tvEciI makes tp chi ngc the lights when burndou without the assistance of a steeple climb r I I jj BIG INCREASE Ladies Auxiliary Took In Fourteen New Members This Week I Pits Ladles Auxiliary of the A 0 11 held u splendid meeting 111 Robin sons Jlall Seventeenth and Mait street last Wednesday night Misi Rose Sweeney presided and Congratu turnloutelected The auxiliary accepted in itatiois to attend Division ls euchn and D vision 3s social session MIssj Fanny Kennedy one of the hardest working members was elect ed CoUnty President to succeed Mrs Ella Rummage who retires after twc terms leaving the auxiliary in eX ccllent shape The rest of the evening was devoted to routine matters DIED IN NEW ALIJAN1 Joseph Doherty well and favorably known in New Albany died at the home of his parents 1519 Spring street aturdaY afternoon IIo was a son cf Mr and Mrs John E Do- herty The funeral took place from Holy T Inlty church Tuesday morn ing and was attended by a large circle if sorrowing friends The young uan was a victim of tuber culosis i IOPENING DANCE THURSDAY The opening of tho series of dances to be giver by Trinity Council win be held at tho new club house Dlit- er and Morton avenues on Thursday evening and VI Ecker Chdlrma of the committee promises a goOd time for all who attend The siic ceeding dances will bo given on tbe evenings of October 29 November 12 and November 26- ARCII11ISIi0IS NEW limn Work has begun on the new home for the Archbishop of Cincinnati Ii will be built In the Italian renals since style and will cost approximately 65000 Tim buiUUng and its extensive lawn will be one of the view points of tho Queen City ITALIANS TO CELEBRATE The ItalianAmerican Clubwill give a concert and ball at the Coil scum on the night of October 12 to commemorate the landing of Chris topher Columbus on American soil Ernesto Naticllo the noted orchestra leader will have charge of the musical programme NEW OFFICE Louis Buchncr the genial Clerk of the Criminal division ot the Jefferson Circuit Court is now installed in anew office and more commodious quarters on the third floor of the Courthouse Formerly he was cramped for room on the first floor ENGLISH PILGRIMAGE The national pilgrimage to Rome under the leadership of tho Arch lsnopj of Westminster and the BIsh ops of England organized by the ntliolic Association will leave Lon don on Monday and Tuesday October 19 and 20- SiXTX YEARS IN RELIGION Brother Leo McNamara of the Order of St Francis died last week at St Peters Hospital In Brooklyn In his eightyfirst year He hadbeen onnocted with St Francis College In Brooklyn for twentyfive years VATICAN LIBRARY 1Tho Vatican library wasP begun 1417 years ago It contains 40000 anuscrlpts among which are some by1 lnySt ThpHias Aequjaao St barbs BorrotBeo add many He- rew Syriant Arabian and Armenian 4b1ee r u u n Re d STEWART DRY GOODS CO Dullness Established Sixty Years JfEyr YoRKSToRE An Important Sale This Week of Best Qualityi Blankets and Comfortables Att Special Saving Prices Second Floor The range of chdibc in Bldnkcts and Comforts this sea pn is larger better and broader than ever before Nby is the time to buy fresh new and perfect bed coverings for the cool nights at savipg pricest Sanitary Blankets fleeced and fast colors at 59c 7Sc and 100 a pair arc excellent values Eastern Mill Blankets medium weight full size at 125 150 and 198 arc extra specials + Beacon Lambs Wool Finish extra size in white gray and tan colored borders guaranteed fast colors at 219 is matchless at the price Stewart Blankets full 114 all wool comein dainty plaids white gray and tan made to sell at 600 it is the best on the market at 500 pair j jIi Wool Mixed in whiter or gray at250 300 and 350 are extra good values AflislralSan Saxbny ind Lambs Wool Blankets at6007DO 80Q ails 1000 a pair worth 750 850 950 and 1200 SALE OF FIDE COMFORTABLES 100 Fullsize Selected Pattern Comforts value 200 at 125 I 500 Fine Silkoline and Salinecovered Comfortables 225 values at 150 250 values at 200 300 values at 2 50 350 values at 3JO 500 values at 400 EXTRA SPECIAL Fullsized Lambs Wool Filled Comforts at 500 value 65- 0STEWART DRY GOODS COS IneorportM M CONNECTION WITH 1AMU MoVKEEBY 4 iIM NEW YORK i ++O++O+eUO+++++N++N++t0+++ THERES A REASONW- hy lI That Fall Suit Shouldtt Ust i Our ExnEsE1n i Clothes for Fall arc right up to the minute in every are made of the very purest woolens by our own tailorstheyIIour own factory We save you the manufacturers profit making our own clothes then we are out of the high rent dls trlct that again means a big saving to you Thats why we more business than any store in this own for the amount i room occupied IIdo ffl INCOUPORATED StIIS MOSES lU 534 W MarKet AND BOYS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS IIMENS ARTHUR J KINSELLA Manager i+ + +++I+MN++N 1908 OCTOBER PRIMARY 1908 James NortonCandidate For ReElection SCHOOL TRUSTEE StlDL and Otlx TOTorclsot- intfPlace Dr Chawks Office 913915 Seventh StreetPolls Open 1 to 8 p m 908 Democratic Primary October JO 19- 08Dr D Borgmann CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE 51ST LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 11TH AND I2TH WARDS Voting Place 21st and Walnut Streets Polls Open From 1 p m to 8 p m 1988 OCTOBER PRIMARYe 1908 George B Coder CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUStEE Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Votfng Place 21st and Walnut Streets October hit i to 8 pm f H + tt t++ + +9 NF M+ ++i+ +++ Ff ++ t +4 X1XK W1HB8 u AL1 OHAKPAOl t 845 West Green Street LIRiOii ot91R11 j ii Q KENTUOKYI i AM6 iRICA1vTy1x114ON000400110000 4 A iiJ E TRACY L H STRAUB f BOTH PHONES 383 i TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S Carrlal Furnished on I Short Notice 1531 W MARKET STR ETl++ + N HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARR TTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS r AND EMBALMERS S3S FCaft MtL1lnl Street t t++4+++4 Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor PilrigMll Director and ErhbalMerw t i Cmrrikzii Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETI TELEPHONE 810 H H H It HwD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 u rsrRr h Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night r 1231 WEST MARKET STREETt ++44 ++ 44 ++4+ ++ + + 4 + + 444f++4 + + tt THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nlgbtCarrbgts 1225 W MARKET ST We dont presume to dictate to you how you h to remind tall plaster your allt DIAMOND WAIIyou that In the end ASTER will sate you money t JKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Iriik and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant JeffenonvUle InnVPhntieJW HOME PHONE 8- 772JohnMRidgf PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly Attended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 1140 Ovefhill Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR rifetliiers and tVHotesalbf deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken lucky Vhiskles especially PiaII BOTTLED IN BOND flMh M 1848 234 SIXTH STREET HLW flUNOLBB- Aisk IN iut AflRlIsC IAftptERr it lFOTIe t Put 01- 4rr tr4nllf 7KRC2ULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wedntsdayeven Ings and Wednesday matlneo CHAS B HANFORD In a Repertoire of Masterpieces lOcHOPKINt1Oc1Vhere1 1 HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday All tHe new Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason pricesWhilesides Bakery UTH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in the World Because ot 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 crowds from 7 to 10 p m as plantInSAKE come and see how we mak- eBreadMothers nave you bad a look at the deck Gnas it Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a fall and inspect pur line of- goons Tbby Arc the finest of- thsirkladi llJt tiQ city i Books Magazines and RellgtarS Articles Ol svnaT nxso8IPrIox 434 West Jefferson Sweet Hams Phone 1942 Qunjb South 6- 28THOSIFEflNEYi L v GUT RAT DRUGGIST yPr Kcriptlons called forand delivered- In any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines at cut prices inrtmtVi SCHOOL SUPPLIES Bttrito Slates TaiUtfiEtc AXtII u n N p 1 DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB I Autumn 18 Days Racing Beginning Monday Sept 28 Ending Saturday Oct 17 SIX RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 P M I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doin the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 1 expects to have 500 participants in its coming euchre Vow that the nights arc cool am1 pleasant division meetings should be well attended It has been decided by members ot the order in Newark X J to reviv the St Patricks day processions rrhc so What visit Division 3 and assist in its anniversary celebrfttlo will spend it most enjoyable evening The appointment of James 1 Harry as Division Deputy meets with the hearty approval of Division 1s members Every dclegalc should attend t11e County Board meeting The newly elected officers were prompt in getting down to work sptendidLadies Auxiliary and to her energ and ability is due much of Its sue cessMartin J Ciisick Williamf Norton Timothy Sullivan and William Mur pity are the Big lour of Division 1 Their combined weight is Loll poundsThough not making much noise tit division in Jeffersonvllle Is movinf along nicely and soon the young mer will begin preparations for thou yearly winter celebrations Division I will have a large attendance Monday night President Join Hcnncssy and his fellow officers arc steadily increasing the membership and doing splendid work The Hibernians of Ashland arc en thuslastic since the selection of thin city for the next State convention They expect to soon double the memo bershlp of tho division there Division 2 meets next Friday night at First and Market streets Proem lent Con Pord urges every member to be present as business continued from the last meeting must be trans toted In the election of Miss Fanny Ken icily as County President the Ladles uxillary inn do n wise choice Miss Kennedy is a hard worker and is in very way qualified for the respon sible position Division 3 held a special meeting Monday night and appointed n com mittee to draft resolutions on the loath of Joseph Taylor who for fifteen years had been one of its most faithful and energetic members nAnD ON BIGGS Two men got Into a scrimmage In rant of the bank today said Biggs tit the family supper table nod it looked pretty bad for one of thorn The biggest one grabbed a stick and 1 thought that ho was going to knock he others brains out so of course I Jumped in betwepn thorn Tho family had listened with rapt attention and as Biggs paused In his ibrrativo the young heir whoso respect for his fathers bravery is Immeasurable proudly remarked Ho couldnt knock any bruins out of you could ho father Thp head of the family gazd long tnd earnestly at the heir as if to letcct evidence of a budding humor- Ist but as the youth continued to nunch his tart with great lurid once ho gulped and resumed his supper USES FOH SALT AH a kitchen disinfectant Halt Is fin aluoble A llump of it should be kept in the kltchca sink where it will issolve slowly and keep the drain i anti wholesome Flush It- reelynvith a strong solution of bolting hot salt water For removing egg stains from sliver tilt applied with a soot cloth will not like magic A pinch of salt added to ground offee just before cooking will ac entuato die natnrhl flavor of the terry and give body to the drink Greens used for salads should bo horoiighly rinsed in salt water to Islodgc possible insects Sprinkle salt on a dingy carpet be ore sweeping and rthc transformation wrought will convince the mot koptical of the value of salt as a leaner nlong this line A CHEERFUL NATURE The value of a sunny woman scattering happiness and good cheer wherever she goes is beyond any appreciable valiio A cheerful nature and smiling face are attracting magnets whereas a gloomy or sad face repels and drives away friends Difficulties molt rapidly away under ho sunshine of a cheerful nature A woman who is full of gladness is- o be envied She wields a healthful nfluenco which tends for the bettor tad she does not consider that it is a sacrifice of time or effort to bo fut optimist The world needs moro oh buragoment more sunshine mOre cheerfulness but it is a helpful note In it that there are after nil wore people in It who are looking for tho silver lining than there are those who are harboring malice and Introducing the element of discord Into heir surroundings IRISH ARE LONG LIVED Out of time total number of deaths In 1007 in Ireland there were 700 yearsildears old or morq It is a notable tact too that a large proportion of ho centenarians died1 lhlthe work hOHs nnd that mjmy pf them leach- oeen I Inmateq for Jialf a century qr ors The deduction from this fact IsI that the quiet life regular hpura n 4 i LEVYS a LEADER ii 2 HATS LEWS SPECIAL 3r HAtsBoth i t UnionMadeand GuaranteedFor All Styles Stiff and S- oftLEYYS THIRD AND MARKET plain foods nnd a freedom from lorry of the worhouse are conducive to longevity IJlJXTS OX STYLE Prevailing hat 8t lesnrc driving out puffs Cuff ruffles are as popular as throat frills Muffs for the approaching season arc immense Many fashion prophets predict u green winter Jumpers still hold their own es pecially for girls An air of severity marks the handsomest of the gowns Green is the artistic color for house decorationst this year Silk stockings are inucliinore com manly worn than a year ago Stripes have asserted themselves tremendously In Madras waists A great ninny colored and black oats are seed with white skirts The dimity night gown is an in sistent demand of capricious fashion Short skirted costumes hnngaH straight and as limp as the long ones Next seasons styles almost surely promise long and tight fitting sleeves For either house or street wear frock and shots match in correct OStUniCS Coats of Irish crochet lace form a becoming finish to many chiffon and crepe de chine gowns It is probable that pcau de silk a Favorite eight or ten years ago will bu popular again this fall Buttons aro used oh the latest owns and costumes to nut extent un icard of in former seasons Among the materials fur smart tailored waists pongee hid madras are both enjoying a wonderful vofjue The latest vagary of the scarf is ono of mercerized material such as cotton voile printed wash net or half silk gauze Favorite neck ruches for street wear arc composed of wide soft black ribbon with wide white frills nttop and bottom Time style of hats to match the gown is a thing of the past A con trllS1ln color to harmonize is the latest thing front Paris A favorite color just now Is a delicious shade of nprIcotwhich blends admirably with the fash- Ionable black hat oft immense dimensions OKI VHOMAS CUUKCIIICS Oklahoma although tho youngest State has ninetythree churches in the care of seventysix1 priests OFF FOR ALASKA Eight Sisters of Charity havo sailed from Seattle for Nome Alaska They vlll be in charge of St Michaels parochial school MISSION AT LEXINGTON The Rev Father Xavier Sutton C P bf Sacred Heart Retreat opened a two weeks riilsslon at St Johns church in Lexington last Siinday IUEI VND8 INDUSTRY Linen manufacture is Irelands reatpst Industry It gives employment to 700QO people and moro than 70000000 aro invested in tho business i FUllNITUnE POLISH For piano or furniture that Vas had rough usage try this Get from your druggist a vIalof lemon oil apd iljunnelappIStol hew JtjtifcX th greaseandrhme J Jtlrtlelandputmii 4 Meeting IRELAND Record of the non Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mouth County Councilis looking for a site for now offices clamoringtorJohn Byrne fiftythree years old one of Dundalks best known citizen la deadl Mary Melnady wife of a farmer near Birr Kings county was found dead in bed Rev Father McDald has been recalled from St Marys Greenock to his native Raphoe Dublin Iis to have a National Arbo AsM cIatIoh and the first tree wlli be planted October 31 The Queens County Council ha paxsed special resolutions cxpreSHinj veneration and loyalty to time lope John Doyle aril his nephew Tohni Downes woro killed in a landfill while working in a quarry nea Dublin Mrs Johanna Harrington was found dead in her bed in lKenmart County Kerry Two young children survive her- Maurice Fitzgerald has been up pointed Assistant to the Limerick County Council as clerk to Pensions Committee Rev Father J McElroy has beet named to succeed the late Bev Father J F Maguire as parish priest at Innlskecn Charley Ryan ninetysix yean old a prominent mat in the MIS movement has passed away ir County Watcrford Derry Corporation will send a dole gation to the Irish Society London to ask for 50000 to ail In rebuilding the Derry guild hall It is rumored in the city of Water- ford that an American syndicate ii belngorganlzed to reestablish the Jonmahon copper mines John Cassidy a member of one of the oldest families in Dundalk seventy years old and a retired carpenter contractor is dead J P Dorian has been elected pension officer to the CarrickmacroP Pensions Committee nnd his election stems to give entire satisfaction Patrick Murray of West Clare at time risk of hubs life jumped Into the llackwater near Commogue and res cued John McGrath a youthwho was drowning IA OShaughnessy andI lK T Rior lan brave been named by the Cork industrial Association to sit on the local committee in connection with lithe patents act Mary Benedict Kenny of the Order of St John of God has been ippointed by the Watorford Hoard of juardlans head nurse In the fever hospital Downpatrlck Guardians will withhold approval of time Irish ttuber uilosls bill until it has been modified They fear that tho proposed isolation of patients will operate harshly Mary McMahon one of tho most beloved women la Gragernngh Jastleblaney lias passedl away Her husband Cornelius McMahon two sons and three daughters survive icr The Louth County Committee has decided to aid in restoring butter naking to introduce horticultural Instruction and bee keeping anti to ncrease time subsidies to shows and- cxhlbltH in that county x The Dundalk Hoard of Guardians vas the first body in Ireland to ormally protest against the insult tffered by tho Liberal Government to tile Catholics assembled at the Eucharistic Congress in London The Rev Father Anslcm Fitzgerald and Rev Father Allbe Sadlier have cen ordained by the ItIght Rev Bishop Fogarty of Killaloc The ordination took place at the abbey of fount St Joseph Rosecrea County Tlpperary Two Celtic crosses of very hand tome design have just been erected In tIle graveyard near Ennlskillon Iliey are in memory of the Very Rev James Canon McQuaid who died 111 1000 and of Father James Con wily who died in 1007 ANENT GEOGRAPHY In one of our city schools says an exchange is n Httle girl whose an estors ond coreligionists have ever held that the iprlnclpal end and aim if the life of a woman is marriage This little girl Is well up in most ot her studies but she has an in etcrato dislike of geography and It seems impossible to tench the study to her Tito other day her i teacher inado Impatient by her scenting imwilllngncsa to learn her- gcography lesson sent to Itoshes- notlner a note requesting her to see that the girl studied her lesson The showed no iin rovcment- Itoweveryl and the teacher asked loBia whether she had delivered the late Yes niaVxm was the reply And did your mother read the note Itasle wild the teacher Yes maam What did She say My znother said that she didnt know geograpiy an shq got married nn my aunt didnt know geography to she got married an you know geography and you didnt get mar rled STAINS ON WRITE Wet the stain first with cold water then place In boiling water to which has been added n tablespoonful of ream of tartar and boil until the stain disappears It wont requirj store than five or ten minutes and does not Injure the most delicate ffabrle Almost any stain pan be re proceonwhlterOcx1t1Qnl u R FRANK FEHR otWINGCOIJVOO RSE Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 9J3THB P WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at allleading bars nnd cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flaw Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK I Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVIii Jiy ASK P OIZo FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7CC9 COMB HONE WEST IS JOHN E FRANK WALTERS CIay=Street 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Magnolia Ave Bet oth and loth TBLBPUONB 2833 A r qJ eN 4 Smiths CronyBot- tled Bond SMITH DISTILLING 4 COMPANY i IHCOltrotlAJ r orders bawji g u pf1l IFMlteliotandaafe rtOpaMct y S QUICK MEAL RANGES years been universally acknowledged excellently i their improvements price GEHER SON nTir TnBI 9OTPIr P Tile JEFFERSON AAAAAAA elreee Being the Distiller I Can Give You f Pure Whiskey at Low Prices i Qallonu16 11250IIu rr- II 8II 304aII II IIf 1011 400 i 14II 5 00II W TLA SMITHf 317 W wSLfKtimooit actirrsKtiu11relprnda- aw IT WW MroAIM1 REBUKED Irish Leaders Have Surprise Liberals by Suppnrtof- Unlonist English anti Irish Catholic Stand Together Against Asqiiith f Most Significant Thing Tin Has Developed In Politics THE COUNTY MONAGHANS CASEI King Edward VII Prime Mlnisto Asqulth and his Liberal colleagues wilt rue the day they offered an in suit to the delegates to the Eueli uristlc Congress Mr Asquith was surprised when he learned that the Irish partys lenders had determine to support the Unionist candidate Iin the election at NewcastloonTyn in preference to the Liberal nl though the latter was an nvowe Route Ruler In commenting on this change of front the editor of the Diimlnlk Democrat who is famlliii with nfnlrs am who seldom hits a lick saysThe cause of t1lls change of attitude on the part of the Irish in Britain was time nctio of Mr Asquith the Liberal leader in banning the proposed Kucharistl procession in London That insult to Catholics has rankled uccply and though English Catholics arc n rather taupe and backboneless lot and Irish leaders in England pron Irish before Catholic Jntoi estsin polities the action of Mir Asquith appears to have stiffehe the backs 01 both and moved them to something like concerted action Apart from the religious quo tion we are unfeigucdly glad to seethe Irish in Britain display a little independence of the Liberal part They 1have too long pinned their faith on professions of sympath und promises of legislation wife showed no sign of forthcoming We full to see the utility of liolping to keep tip a huge Liberal majority at Westminster while that Liberal majority holds back from fulfilling itlt pre elcction promise of home rule legislation We fall to see why tho Trial electors should vote for a Literal professing home rule convk lions while the Liberal lenders declare that they have no mandate to introduce a home rule bill Of whit use Is It to Ireland to have iu powo convinced home rulers who wont give us home rule The Irish ote has contributed largely to put Mi AsquithR party In power on the un dcrstamliug thnt Mr Asquiths pnrtr wound introduce a home rule bill But share that expectation has fallc 01 result the obvious duty of the Irishl electors scents to us to bo to reduce the enormous Liberal majority whlclh makes that party independent of the Irish vote at Westminster and to tr and restore to Mr Kodniond and his followers the balance of power We are pleased by the action of the Irishmen of XecastleoJnr lIe because it shows a disposition to do something for themselves We IrIsh are altogether too fond of calling ot somebody else to act for us At home we usually content ourselves with passing resolutions strongly de iiounclng something that the base bloody and brutal Saxon Government has done For instance nIl over Ire land public ladles have been con diiunlng the action of the Liberal Prime Minister in banning the Eucharistic procession but we have seen only two isolated cases of anything stronger One was the resignation of the Magistracy by u Catholic Justice of the Pence of Woxford as n protest The other was the proposal of the Dundalk Urban Council1 that their protest should tale practical form In refusing n proposed invita tlon to T W Russell a member of tho Liberal Government to open the session of the technical schools We I confess we are at a loss to under- standI the action of those who op posed the resolution We can only suppose that they took an erroneous view of the matter and regret that they did so for they lost a very ef fective opportunity of bringing home to the Ministry Irish discontent with their action It Is of ocurse need less to point out that Mr Russell was not being Invited in his personal capacity but as Vice President of tho department and OH a member of the ministry One such protest as that proposed would do more good than a ton of waste paper resolutions Mr Russell may notwe hope docs not sympathize with Mr Asquiths action He may be a man of very liberal views but we must say that is not the Impression created by his atti tude toward tIle Monaghan School of prnetlcnl1r took the reins in the department al though doing sound and useful work In County Monaghan It would bo hard to convince the Catholics of that county that there Is any other reason for the sentence of death passed on their school of agriculture than that it was conducted by Christian Brothers As for the Dundalk schools Mr Itusscll has treated them In the most shabby fashion and we sep JU 115p in disguising a fact known lo everyone connected with them Nevertheless the question Is not Mr Ittissclls own opinions or acts but the acts of the Government of which do is u member The English mInis- ters are beyond our reach Mr ISussell their colleague is not If ive content ourselves with strongly londemning the English ministers who dont care a rap about our coU Icnmatlon we think we are leaving lursolvcR open to the charge of in sincerity We express that view while making every allowance for the jontrnry opinions of others and onl the whole we think our readers will to Inclined to agree with us MACAULEY8 THBATKK peararfactorCharlN aoauleys nextrweek with three old- Jme favorite = The Winters TW V Mcrchantof Venice and Mac Ado About Nothing Mr Banford SOC1ETYDIRECTORYA Y DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First am Third Tuesday President John M Mulloy Vice President Thomas Lawlor Recording Secretary Thomoi Kccrinn Jr- Recording Sec Thos Kcennn Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets onthe First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna Treasurer Owen Kclran Recording SecretaryJoseph T ynch Financial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Krcnings Each Month SevcntecntJ and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ O Ilcssion Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SorgcantntAnnPatrlek Dcglcy DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H ilenncasy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary William J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank J1 BurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantalArmsi John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuea days Each Month at Pfaus Hall PresidentJohn Kenney Vice PresidentJohn U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Robard Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergenntatArmsDernard Coyle Y Lill I MACKIN COUNCIL 303 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Glut House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana banSecond Vice President Samuc RobertsonRecording Secretary Austin 32 Walsh Corresponding Secretary Thomas BachmanFinancial Secretary Frank 0 AdamsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the XlwerIm Ilrothets Classics txatinentIargeSwlmiuingrooltVe111tquippeiGymnasium engagement will occupy the first hall of tho week In his street clothes Mr Hnnford bears a striking resemblance to William J dJryan Foi years he played More Antony while Edwin Booth played CnssiuK and Lawrence Barrett the role of Brutus GOOD CllO vn Attended MeetingofTrlnit Council on Monday Night Vice President A Jf meter pre sided over the meeting of Trinity Council last Monday night until President James L Kelly arrived later In the evening The attendance was large and this feature promises to be regular as the new club house has aroused enthusiasm It is estimated that a nice revenue may be derived from tho rental of the large hall for lodges dances etc John J Sullivan Sr made a report comen1tlonsession and smoker will follow the business meeting It developed that several ladles had entered the con test for selling tickets for tho bazar that is fo beheld in the club nouse later in the season Rev Father J A OOrady Chaplain of the council lion been invited to take part in the social session GUAM riUKE EUOHRR The euchro to be given at Falls City Hall under tho auspices of DI Islon 1 A O II on tho evening of rucsday October 20 promises to boa grand success Tickets are selling very rapidly and a large attendances already assured Many handsome tad useful prizes will be awarded the successful players Chairman Miarlos T Flnegnn and Thomas Keenan Jr Secretary of the com nlttcc report that everything has been prepared to care for a record rcaking crowd Tickets are on sale at Thomas Keenans 1225 West Market street Charles J Finegans 130 Nineteenth street and John M ilutloys 214 West Market street FORTY HOURS PRAYER The beautiful devotion of the orty Hours will begin at St eorgcs church Marydalc at the Inte mass 10 oclock tomorrow morn 11IjC Itev Father George Weiss will elebrate the mass and will be as isted by Rev Fathers Lanffandiclnnltt The sermon reached by the Rev Charles Lang C P formerly Provincial of the assionlsts The exercises will close with a high mass on Tuesday morn ng The church has been tastefully decorated for the occasion 1 HOPKINS THEATER The marvelous motion pictures at iopklns Theater continue to attract be aUenlkm of the people got Louie vllle Bach day brings crowded iou M from our to sixtimesa day Next week AUafer DtwUn mcp ct to bare WtMr pietHNU tbMllvtr ALARMING Condition That Will Prevail If Bunt Issue Goes Through Experienced Main Street Meal Makes Statement ot Facts Shows That the Bonds Wll Eventually Cost City 1J000000 FIGURE THE RESULT YOURSElf A gentleman who has been engaged In the wholesale meroantil and manufacturing business in Louis ville for fifty years and who has at times voted the Republican ticket said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American I have deduced sonic facts amid 1 I believe that your paper publishes nothing but the facts This is what I have investigated and substan tinted anti he handed over the following statement The taxpayers of Louisville arc now freely discussing the 1000000 bond matter said to bo wanted for anew hospital and dont lhave to paj for the bonds for forty years This sounds well but the general taxpayer docsnl take to this uncalled for ex travagant scheme the magnitude of which when figured out is alarming Many widows orphans and others are noty struggling hard to keep tit Sheriffs flag from their doors RIM arc compelled to live on hard tact and burnt ryo for coffee for breakfast It is quite different with thoSE urging the issuing of the 1000001 bonds that dont have to be paid foi forty years who live in hotels and rented houses in style and enjoy their dally roasts for dinner and turkey for a change and sip Imported cham questiotIsthis tax money cant use a little economy for one year and save 200000 or 250000 and build n first class hospital in all respects witl what is now there and be ample for the next thirty or forty years to comeA good mechanic can do this casj and so build it so it can be added tc lit any time hereafter and not detract from the appearance of the bulldinp before or after any changing and tints save time present taxpayers and their children 3100000 and other losses that may creep In to swell this amount Look nt these figures Cost of 1000000 40year 5 per cent bonds at matur- Ity i 3100000 5 per cent annual fat 30000 10 years20000005 per cent int on yearly Interest average 20 100000 2100000 No compounding in this Bonds to be paid at their maturity 1000000 Total cost of which can be saved3100000-By proper economy in tax receipts one year 250000 will be ample means for a first class hospital if gotten up by a first class mechanic better than 1000000 In the hands of those who have acknowledged they know but little mahout building Dont overlook that five years Interest on time 1000000 Iwiuls amounts to 250000 sufficient for a first class building In all respects FOUND IT SOUND St Edwards Commandery Elect Officers for Year St Kdwnrds Conimandcry Knights oC St Tohn met in St Anthony hall Twentythird and Market streets Monday night Officers were elected for the ensuing year nnd the election resulted as follows President Thomas Graf reelect cd Vice President John I rIm Corresponding Secretary Loafs iVernert reelected Financial Secretary Louis Boern rueger reelected for third term Finance Committee John P Fox Adam IJeger and Michael Shum The military officers elected were Japtaln Joint Picks First Lieu tennnt John It Fox Second Lieu cnnnt Anton Lichtcfcld The attendance was large and the eports of the officers showed that St Edwards Commandery had 33000 In its treasury SWEET SINGER COMING Joseph OMora who is declared by he press of Great Britain and Ire land to be the greatest Irish tenor of this generation sails for New York next Monday to begin his American tour In Peggy Machree nder the direction of Messrs rooks anti Dlngwell OMara has ing been n favorite in London where lie has appeared annually for ten years in concert and grand opera In Ireland ho is idolized for what he has done in arousing interest In IrIsh folk songs Ho was time guest off honor at a farewell dinner given by tho Lord Mayor of Dublin a few ays ago Miss Elsa Ryan will be- Mr OMaras leading lady NEW ALBANY TALENT Tho Holy Trinity Dramatic Society ofi New Albany will present tho handle Mlnlstrels at the school hall on tho nights of Thursday and Friday October 29 and 30 The performances will bo given under the Joint auspices of the Altar and Rosary Societies IIISHOPB GOLDEN JUBILEE The Right Rev Bishop Janssen of Bellville Ill will celebrate his Ildenjubilee on November 18 His 80ck have arranged to assist at the rwit ytmtrtorchlight pro etrioatI j- r ffl ti 1 r GREENES F- ORCarpets Furniture and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month JAMES GREENE 4252729 East MarKet St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES eeoeeeoeee eeeeeeee WHEN DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRY PEERLESS LAUNDRY II rC012PORA1 IIDD Family Washing 5C Per Pound Newest and Mont Modern Plant in the City HOME PHONE 1641 COMB Main 16a i 32931 Third St Louisville Ky i eeeeeNeeeOeeeeeeeeeeeeei0t0eeweN t +e+NNNeNN N LOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundredswhy not you see the sign JA IVIES 13 OA1vxIa Owner N+Nee Neee+N ee t N 415 Per Ton ofI2000 Pounds BE A BIT PARTICULAL when buying your fuel supply because you comfort depends very largely upon it FOX RIDGE is a synonym for satisfaction ScanIon CoalI Co TELEPHONE 405 UNION ICE CREAM CO 9- Alur uftttoturorr of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream Thlsen ablcs us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y 8S BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA IWHISKYI IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky e FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 853 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager DBADgUARTBReJ FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You caa always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuta of Beet Spring Lamb1ork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Ptl8tIard in th- city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all first clasa market prodacU- LOUISTILLK PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY Oelk Mtiaf DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIfIC AND PRACTICAL MORSE SNOOK lNraim CalIM For ad DKYered n u OPPKI A1 tIM ren f