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I y t I4KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXINO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 1908 PRICE FIVE CENT1 MISSIONARY Congress Planned For Chicago by Busy Archbishop Quigley Wants All His ParisheH to Huv Home and Foreign Mis sion Societies Papers to he Rend by Many Illustrious Clerical and Lay Catholics MANY COMMITTEES ARE NAMED A great Missionary Congress of the Catholics of the United States will be held in Chicago on November 16 17 end 1fi Archbishop Quigley called riesta of that city together last week to make preliminary arrange ments for the congress Those ns sembled were very enthusiastic over the project Ills Grace in present ing the matter said that he hoped the day would come when every par ish in the archdiocese of Chicago would have both a hone and foreign mission society He said that tho time WAS ripe for the church in the United States to interest herself in missions and he congrutulated the clergy of Chicago that the work of church extension has Us headquarters among them The response of the pastors was all that could be desired They appoint edI committees to assist the officers of the Church Extension Society in making the congress a tremendous success Bishop Rhode is Chairman of the arrangement committee which has twentytwo members Ilev P C Conway is Chairman of the commit tee for assigning Bishops and preach ors to the different Chicago churches on the evening of November 15 Rev James Scanlan is in charge of the transportation committee which will secure automobiles and carriages for all the visiting prelates and preach ers The committee to have an automobile at the disposal of every pastor who Is entertaining a prelate for the entire time of his stay Father FitzSImmons pastor of the Cathedral is Chairman of the com mittee on music and Father Bernard P Murray is Chairman of the com mittee on programme Tickets for the great massmeeting to be held in the First Regiment Armory on th- eOucvcain vfd ioreniber18 utreurlrrh bishop OConnell of Boston and lIon Bourke Cochran of New York will speak arc to be assigned to the pastors for judicious distribution among the people by a committee which is headed by Chancellor E M Dunne- D D The hall will scat not more than 6000 people nnd Indications al ready are that great care must he exercised in distributing these tick ets or a crush will result It Is also intended to issue tickets to the dif ferent sessions of the congress The subjects for papers cover nil the fields of missions They include Catholic colonization foreign mis sions Indian missions missions of nonCntholics deaf mutes circulation of Catholic truth the laymans opportunity obstacles to be surmounted the parish end missions home missions In the cities the mission college catechism in the churchless missions church extension the mis sionary organ organizing for the suture missions as a unifier mho list of those Invited to prepare papers Bishop Carroll Mgr Frerl Rev John Williams llcv W II Kctcham Very llcv A P Doyle Rev Dr William F McGlnnis Uev 11 F FlynnI Rev Timothy Dempsey St Louis Ilev James B Curry New lork Rev Dr A E Burke Canada Ilev J E Burke New York lion A V D Vatterson Ron Nicholas 3onner CANONIZATION Seems Ahead for Martyr and Missionary rather Jogues A cablegram from Rome announces that Cardinal Cretonl Prefect of the Congregation of Rites has instructed his dependents to hurry work regard lag the process of canonization of Father Isaac Jogues tho Jesuit mis sionary who nearly two centuries nnd a half ago suffered martyrdom at the hands of Mohawk Indians There have been already voluminous documents sent from the United Status and Canada regarding the life and miracles of the missionary One of the most important of Father Jogues writings is a description of the awful march ho had to take among the Indiana before being put to death after most horrible suffer ings and tortures The Pope asked for the narrative wishing to read it and afterward receiving Cardinal Cretoni in one of the weekly audiences spoke to him about it saying how the faith and devotion of such a man dwarf all ordinary troubles and put those who complain of them to shame EMIGRATION FALLS OFF Emigration statistics iron Irelanci shoal a decrease that is pleasing to those Interested In having the people remain at home The returns for August 1003 show only 1034 as corn pared with 3116 in the same month of tVe previous yearBo far 1 it Is the lowest for thirty years PROM FAR WK8T P k Loamey who left Louisville live yeara ago and who for the past twentyraven years has been i resident of Seattle Wash is in thiaII city to visit his nephew Michael Leamey of tho Louisville police force Mr Lcnniey was a brother of the late and lamented John Leamey for years Master Mechanic for the Brennan Agri cultural Works or thlll city Patrick Leamey went to Seattle when that was a town of 3000 inhabitants and remained to see It grow to be tin metropolis of the Northwest lie Is now on the sunny side of Easy street and Is enjoying a vacation in his old Kentucky hom- eNUMEROUS Were Addresses Delivered at Meeting of Divi sion 4 Division 4 A O H held a splen didly attended meeting last Monday night and at Its close there was a special meeting of the Cpunty Board President John ll Hennessy occupied the chair during the session of Division 4I nnd William P MeDonOglt was chosen to act as Secretary in the absence of the regular officer The following applications were received Theodore OToole James Perry William Hanraliun John Iwan James Keanc end Matt J Phillips John P iLnngqn was re ported 111 Hnckmlller was initiated Michael McDcrmott re ported in behalf of the delegates to the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies William P Mc Donogh was formally elected Fjnah eial Secretary apd was Installed by County President Patrick J Welsh The Rev Father C F Christmas 0 I delivered a short but Instructive talk the first of a series on the holy sacrifice of the mass Count President Welsh made a brief ad dress during which he told that he was a charter member of Division 4 nnd of its early struggles He also outlined what the County Board proposed to do during the next two years County Treasurer D J Coleman was called upon and In response promised to lend his best efforts an County Treasurer for two years moreJohn fl1 Hession of Division 3 William T Moclinn Con J Ford and Dan MeKennn of Divisioni 2 made brief remarks Thomas Lawler and Charles J Finncgnn invited all pres eat to attend the euchre to be given by Division 1 When the County Board went into session County President Welsh ap pointed VTohn Titzgibbon as Division Deputy for No 1 to succeed William P McDonogh who had been previously elected Financial Secretary The County Board also gave Division 1 permission to give ft dance at the Southern University Club The board then adjoumed 7 j ANCIENT MARINER William McCabe a Native of Baltimore is 105 Years Old William McCabe a native of Balti more who holds the distinction of being the oldest living mariner who has seen service in Uncle Sams navy celebrated last week at the Sailors Home Philadelphia the one hundred and fifth anniversary of his birth In spite of his years ho Is halo and hearty To what do you owe your long life and good health was asked on his attaining the century record Baltimore air and good to bacco replied Inn promptly Among the minor experiences of his long career on deep water McCabe was on board the Yorktown when she was wrecked off Cape Verde September 0 1850 and lIe was also on the frigate Congress when she was blown up by the Merrlmnc in Hampton Roads In 1863 At present his ambition is to visit the warship Delaware just to see how different the modern ship is from the old Delaware on which he shipped In July 1833 Bcventyfbe years ago How floes it feel to be old TII11l asked a young friend of some seventy summers Ask me that about twenty years from now and Ill tell you the first symptoms he replied POPULAR PEOPLE Chosen for School Board and Other Offices by Democrats Wherever more than one Democrat aspired to the nomination for School Trustee the party In Louisville held GoughhadIlegislativedistrict A J Domcck was the victor in the Fortysixth legislative district Ed J Buecliel George H Wilson James Norton end Henry Schimpler were without opposition in the Fortyseventh Fort eighth Fortyninth nnd Fiftieth dis tricts In the Fiftyfirst district Dr D W H Borgmann and August J Klein received a majority of the votes The Democratic City and County Committee nominated Nathan Kahn n well known young attorney to sue ceed Thcophilus Stern as Alderman and Adam Spain has been chosen ait the Democratic partys nominee for Magistrate in the Filth Magisterial district which comprises the First Second and Third wards- GENEROUS OFFER Rev Father Hayes of Imogtsne Iowa has made his parishioners a generous offer He proposes to give 85000 toward thin erectionl of a new parish church if the congregation will raise a like amount Jf they agree to the propowlh in ndto rftoItalyat bia own aaod buy a1000 marble altar sent it to tU church I BRYAN Will Ber Greeted by Tliousuii of Cheering Democrats Next Week United Party AVill Draw Dig Crowds to Phoenix Hill lion Swnprer Slicrlcy Will Preside and J Hamilton Lewis Will Speak POLITICAL FEATURE OF SEASON The Democracy of Louisville and from other nearby points will come to this city next Tuesday night to hear the lion William Jennings Uryan expound the doctrine of his party Mr Bryan wilt speak at Phoe nix Hill Park nnd there is every indication that the crowd will be one of the largest that ever asseMbled In Louisville to hear a Presidential candidate Mr Bryan spoke in Louis rune in 1S9G and in 1900 nnd on each visit was greeted by enormous crowds and was compelled to address overflow meetings This year his time is limited and it is hardlyl possible that lie will be able to deliver more than one speech in this cityThe Tammany Club the AllWool Democratic Club the Watterson Marching Club and the Kentucky Colonels will take part in the dem onstration iron Swagar Sherley Congressman from this district will preside and will have something to say to the voters regarding his own candidacy Next to Mr Bryan the principal speaker will be the lion J Hamilton Lewis formerly Congress man from the State of Washington and now Chicagos City Attorney Mr Bryan will speak in New Albany be fore reaching Louisville Acordiug to all indications this will be the grandest outpouring of Jet ferson county Democracy in years There will be no Federal whipnersin to drive Government employes and city employes ito hear Bryan The old time and old line Democrats will go voluntarily to hear Bryan Lewis and Sherley They are enthused be cause all factional differences have been cemented Henry Watterson who fought Bryan bitterly for ten yj ars Is wow his friend and most orsism2sldwACUtc b0wmectlntrJaJ nothinginPhoenix Hill Park next Tuesday nightMr Bryan comes laden with mes sages for Kentuckys united Democracy and upon entering the State will speak at several points He has been villificd and maligned by the Republican press the trusts and self seeking politicians but through it all he has maintained a dignity nnd peoploMrKentucky conditions nnd will doubt less his respeots to the enemies of civic liberty USEFUL LIFE Of Mrs Barbara Boes is Brought to a Close by Death After n long useful devout and Christian life Mrs Barbara Does passed into eternity on Friday after noon of last week nt the residence of her son Ilev Father Edward Does pastor of the church nt Pewee Val Icy The deceased us born in Germany elght six years ago and was the widow of Nicholas Does a former grocer in the East End The remains were brought to Louisville and reposed at the home of another son John Boos 1017 Under bill street until Monday when the funeral took place from St Bonifaces church Mrs Boes is survived by three sons seventeen grandchildren and seven great grandchildren Six of her grandchildren acted ns pallbearers The funeral was attended by a throng of her old neighborsThe requiem was celebrated by the Ilev Father Rich art Wuerth O F M pastor of St Boniface church with the novo Father George Connor of Owens boro as deacon and the Ilev Father Stafford Henry as subdeacon At the same time four low masses of requiem wore celebrated on side EngelbertBachman Krantz OF M pastor of tit Josephs and a son of the deceased Rev Father Edward W Hoes The Rev Father Thomas Murray of St Cecilias was also in the sanctuary pallbearers AlbortVogtDoes and John Seibort Mrs floes was the oldest member of St Don taco parish at the time of her death OfIANLON HONOR Jl J of DistrictOlIanlonIIneIpaschool will leave for England On November 4 He has been selectedas the best man to Investigate the national manual train ing 8choolsL o England Ireland Scotland and Wales The National Civle Federation IA behind the Mil waukee School Board in the move ment i JSSUIT NOVICE tbeifamQaaloa Mid Preside of 6JdwarcJI I more baseball club will enter tIle Society of Jesus as a novice on his return from Europe where he Is now traveling with a jchoolmato The young man who i carried off many distinguished honors at Loyola Col legc Baltimore I isa member of the I class of 1009 which will be graduated I beenIand was also manager of the baseball team of his college last year Many of the leading priests of this country have been baseball players and fans The church encourages healthy outdoor exercise and hfrs always taught a sound mind in a pound body 1 ST MARYS 1I Celebrated ItsGolden Jubi lee UnderRAuspices Most Favorable iPaducah Knights of Col umbus Assisted in Mnk Ing it Success l From Small Propotions the Academy Has Grown Great t ALL DENOMINATIONS AIDED WORK 1IT iRemembering tbnt knights ore al ways knightly the members of Paducah Council Knights of Colum bus abandoned thglr celebration of Landing day this year to assist the good Sisters of Charity in celebrat- Ing the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of St Marys Academy Donovan Dorian Flanlgnn Gcgau Kiely lHannan Ilagerty Fisher Weikel and other good Knights took hold of the affair aud made the celebration one of ever held by any thefrentest in West ern Kentucky- St Marys Academy was founded in 1858 when the Illustrious Martin John Spalding wast the Right Rev Bishop of Louisville From small proportions it has gown to be with out exception the largest building in Paducah It is ar handsome brick structure with steno trimmings is equipped with all the modern sanitary lighting and heating improvements In this respect it only fol lows the course of tall academies un der the care of tho Ulsters of Charity BJL D7A lS21tc5lti MB M rjlnn I2urtctvho was related o the Iuanes Jormotts and Brynes of Louisville wus the first Mother Superior Un der her guidance the institution flourished from the beginning until now it is regarded as the leading edu cational institution in the thirteen counties comprising the First district ofKentuckyAs fitting the cele bration of the fiftieth anniversary began with a high mass celebrated at St Francis do Sales church by the Ilev Father Merman Jansen From 2 oclock until 5 in the afternoon the Sisters held a reception nt St Marys Academy and people of all denomina tions called to congratulate the Sis ters on their golden jubilee At the great social celebration the Kentucky Theater was crowded long before the opening ceremonies be gan Col John J Dorian prsidcd and introduced the various speakers lion lames P Smith a former pupil of followedsMr Dorian opening of Paducah ad dress Then came the venerable Q Q Quigloy dean of the Kentucky bar md a descendant of the Quigley who came from Ireland to America with Davy Crockett Mr Quigley deliv eyed the principal speech of the oven ing He knew more about the history and the early struggles of the Sisters in Paducah than any person In tho district lion Hal S Corbett one of the leading attorneys in Paducah followed and then Hoii Thomas Walsh of Louisville delivered n masterly address on The Catholic Sisterhood Col John T Donovan State Deputy for tho Knights of Columbus delivered the closing address But the speechmaking was not all There were instrumental nnd vocal musical numbers by pupils and friends of the school Misses Mamie DBrlen and Lula Heed gave ant instru mental duct Mrs Lela Wade Lewis Bftng tan appropriate solo Ins did Robert D MoMillcn and Miss Mayme Dreyfuss One of the touching feat urea of the evening was Miss Sadie Paxtons essay on Hemlnisenccs of St Mnry6 Mrs John T Donovan Mrs H T Lightfoot Mrs Frank M Fisher Mrs John J Dorian Miss Alice Ma ban and other leading ladies of Pa iucah assisted the Sisters in receiving Monday afternoon TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council hold a very en jo able social session at its new club house on Monday night During thin brief business session two nppli aUona were received Albert F Martin presided over the social sea sion which was tho first of a series to be given during the winter Rev Father John A OGrady was the Inspectedthebul1dlDfr in which he congratulated Trinity on- Us enterprise STOP WITH WOODY popularlittleI Louisville baseball club hiss assumed the management iof the Stag Hotel at Ninth and Vine streets In Cihcjn nail and will have a formal opening andadmirersbn toftH whoa viaitiag the Queen Citr J 1 GREAT DAYS In the Church Are Approucliii anti Will Be Properly Celebrated I Feasts of All Saints and All Souls Are to be Observed Americans Lose Sight of thet Dignity Attached to Halloween SOME FACTS FROM HISTORY The season of Advent is drawing near but before it opens will come Halloween AllSaints and All Souls days The greatest of these three days for Catholics is All Saints day and is always celebrated an Novem ber 1 As far back as the fourth eon tury the Greeks kept the first Sun day after Ponteocst as the feast of all martyrs and saints In the West of Europe the feast was Introduced by Pope Boniface IV after he had dedicated as the Church of the Blessed Virgin nnd the Martyrs the Pantheon which had been made over to him by the Emperor Phocas The feast was kept on May 13 In the year 731 Pope Gregory III consecrated a chapel in St Peters church in honor of all the saints from which All Saints day has been kept in Rome as now on November 1 From the middle of the ninth century the feast came into general ob servance Jn the West of Europe It ranks us a double of the first class with an octave All Souls day Is always observed on November 2 and is a solemn com memoration of and prayer for all the souls in purgatory The mass cele brated on that day is always the mass of the dead Priests and oth ers who are under obligation of read lug the breviary are required to say the matins and lauds from the office of the dead in addition to the office which is said on that tiny according to tee ordinary course and the vespers of the dead are said on the first of November immediately after the vespers of All Saints This sol emnity owes its origin to Abbot Odilo of Clugny who instituted it for congregnt101i in history that the feast of All Souls hail been uerell+ prigrtlolio xtiano With the Greeks Saturday was a day Imrticulnr1 and Pentecost Hnllowecn or the eve of All Hallows Is celebrated in all Christian countries It falls on the last day of October each year For centuries it has been celebrated in song and story but in these days it has grown to be something of n job This is particularly true of American cities where boys believe they have a special privilege to steal gates change signs and do other devilment on Halloween night Young men and maids gather to cat apples try their bushandsfact that Halloween is tho eve of All Saints day and n time for prayer find recollection CALLED GRAFTER But Taft and His Friends Have Not Denied Charge Under date of October 6 the Cin innat Enquirer published extracts from a speech alleged to havo been delivered in the Courthouse nt Owens bolo on that tate by Prof William M Martin one of the delegates to the Democratic national convention from the Philippine Islands Prof Martin is alleged to have denounced William H Taft ns a grafter and said its partAt Tufts instance Jim Smith a third class nvard politician of San Francisco who was a member of the Commission in the Islands was commissioned to negotiate for the purchase of a fine building in the city or Manila The building wns offered to thug United States Government for 270000 but the purchase price named in the appropriation was 600000 What has become of the difference Not one of the men in PllnatlonI can tell you where the money went I have a sworn statement from Government officials to prove It That money in the sum of 330000 was stolen by these men and divided among them nnd Taft got his share Let them deny it if they dare or let an other man attempt to this prove any statements And if lIe fails he will answer in this very court for libel It is absolutely so and any man that says it is not is a liar Thus far no denial has been made by Judge Taft or any of his friends IRISH ATHLETES AT ROME The Irish athletes competing at the nternytional Papal sports in Rome were victorious in several events Iv Carroll won in the rope climbing competition J J Bourke Cappa white In thee high jump elx feet two Inches Percy KiiwJnf Kilmncthomas lit the long jump and JJ Bourke Cappawhlte Jn the 150 yard hurdle race Out YTO ASSIST Prelates and prleaUi from various rta of the country wlUtowSo- IfrO to Mais AraaUakop Qoiffbjy In laying the cornerstone of the new convent building of the Sisters of tIle Hood Shepherd on October 25 In nd dition to church dignitaries the Sev cnth Regiment baud and the Sane tunry Society of St Vincents church singingtoysmony The convent building will he mnnugctheGrace street and Racine avenue DAY OF SURPRISES Joseph P McGinns Horse Makes Exit Into Other State Joseph P McGinn stopped his laundry wagon nt Sixth and Walnut streets a few days ago to liquidate Ills horse While the horse was quenching his thirst Mr McOInn went inside to tell his latest bonjuot to Henry Ilunold It was this way Henry he sold Mike Casey was a roadmaster for a railroad company and a good one Things go wrong on railroads as well as elsewhere and one day Casey got n letter from the Gencrnl Manager reading something like this I was yesterdayfind the ballast washed away at a point near Denton Junction A second letter from the Traffic Manager called attention to poor conditions at certain sidetracks A third letter called attention from the Chief I Engineer to loose rails So the let ters ran five or six of them and each of the writers expressing their 1 glIgcnee I Casey rend the letters over scratched his head In meditation and I then turned thorn over to one of his section bosses to read The section lass read the letters and then galdII Its too bad entirely Bad Bad roared Casey Wasnt It a h11 of n day for surprises Toc laughed Henry Ilunold grinned He was trying to catch this point of the jokor McGinn start ed for the side door with Mr Ilunold behind him On reaching the street it was seen that Mr MiOhms famous fire horse had droned dead Then It1 was Joos time to be bewildered He indulgedinthoughtOh I see It all now said Mr Hun61d This ism hM of a day for surprisesThats right said Joe It Ss a surprise I Lund named him Quinn too after n member of the Brooklyn tlouglrthethoroughbredWell bygonosbyr supportlnhn NICE SHriNG Ldcal Branches of C K of A arc Increasing Their Membership The Central Committee C K of A met last Friday night and President Joseph P McGinn was agreeably sur anthetwoInspector hen Gus Kane reported what the Uniform tank was doingI in the way of arousing interest in order theII Branch 6 from St Martins reported that applications were ing received at each meeting Iatriek Ilolley reported for Branch 21 from St Patricks and said the outlook for increased membership was brightening every day Tu now candidates were reported by Branch M They will be obligated at the next meeting Six new applications have promisedBranch I three new mem bers and has several more in pros poet Its delegate also announced that in future young men would bo chosen for officers Harry Veenemnn on behalf of Branch C42 announced four new members and said the indi cations were that Kentucky would surpass Indiana in membership lie fore the next Supreme convention All the reports were well received nnd the meeting adjourned with the delegates looking forward to a glorious future for the order OLD FAY01UTE Said to Have Been Selected to Succeed rather Buckman A concursus was held in Louisville Tuesday for the purpose of selecting n successor to the late Father Buck man as pastor of St Catherines church New Haven Ky There is good reason to uclieve that the choice huts fallen upon the llcv William P Hogartv who was ordained by the lllglit Itev Bishop McCloskey thirty five years ago Later Father Hognrty became the Bishops Seere tary nud later still a member of his council Father Hogarty was Dean of Union county during his pastorate there Eleven years ago he was stationed for some time at New Haven but grave up his charge there to go to Nazareth Academy as chaplain The poo of New Haven are delighted to hear that Father Hogarty Is to comeback to them It was there he celebrated his silver jubilee ten years ago He is the elder brother of Father Joseph Ar Hogarty dean of Marion county RETREAT FOR pLEHGr The Idea Father Michael J Halpln Mlstant rector of Holy Trinity hurehijew Albany Is lii Jndlanap olilltUt1a weak attending the retreat for the clergy One half of the prelate of the diocese attended titeretrea- tlat week while the oilier hnaIf went this twMk c- tt BEAUTIES Of the Northwest Described by Itcsldent of Many Years Louisville Mini Surprisedi by Visit From Sister and ilusbaiul Succcsslul Business Mat tiny Washington Is GrentJ State GRAND COUNTRY TO VISIT Michael Montague of 1132 First street wns much surprised this week when Mr nnd Mrs Nicholas Jems of uponhimMrMontaguein sixteen years She went West at that time anti made her home with marriedMrTerns MrJernsandCatholicy Louisville this week he was socn by KentuckyIhingly of the great Northwest orlielmel18BUlie other JrlshAmcrican named McIIugh In that year they started in bu ness originallyinare quoted in Dunn and Bradstrect as of unlimited credit They still t clothingand ore also engaged in the fish can fling business and own several steam voHsclsMr r WnllhJnAtontimber business nnd began to pros per Ill once Soon after he embarked Meanwhilehe throughthatVice Montague who had gone West to visit her brother lArgestl14alOr8sale red cedar shingles in the United States He wont to Bellingham when Nouultyha J1htrcityMr said I am glad to learn that some of y6ur Louisville people arc coining to the West to attend tho Anncient Order of Hibernian convention and the V M I conven tion in 1010 Tell them to come to PortlandOreit great State Part of it is mountainous and is nil heavily timbered The population is constantly Increasing bv the Influx of emigrants from the Middle West and immigrants from Europe The climate is lovely It is never too cold nor too warm It is the best country in the world for vegetablesY6fishing industries are immense Mr and Mrs Jerns will leave for t Cincinnati tomorrow and will probably visitI other cities in the East be fore returning home Besides the Hibernian national convention nnd the Supreme conven tion of the Y M I in 1910 there will be an Alaskan Exposition in Seattle Wash next year If any Kentuckians visit Washington and meet Barney Montague and his partner McIIugh or Mr and Mrs Nicholas Jerns they will be shown the time of their live- sPEACEFUL r PICKETS Are Not Violating Law Says United States Court of Appeals The United States Circuit Court of Appeals sitting at Chicago last Saturday handed down an opinion con ildcrably modifying the opinion of the Milwaukee Federal Court rela tIe to picketing in strike cases Tim later opinion forbids interference with strike breakers1 by force but holds that peaceful picketing by striking union men is permissablc The decision was rendered in a rev view of the Federal court Injunction sailed against Iron Molders Union No 125 of Milwaukee during the strike at tho plants of the Allis Uwmbers Company several years ago It is the first Federal court suit wised on picketing The Appellate court simply holds that the lower Court went too far- in prohibiting eac8ful picketing and- rules that there was no reason for enjoining a boycott because none ex hated The decision was reached by Judges Grosscup Baker and Seaman Judge linker wrote the opinion and a concurring opinion of Judge Gross cup is attached to it LUDWIG llETURNSlJ William Ludwig the celebrated Irish baritone whose wonderful Interpretations of the music of Wagner and others of the great modern con posers has won such high fame for hit has returnee to the United 0 States for a prolonged concert tour lie will sing Irish folk songs and appareft ballads Ills first concert- was given ln New York last Sunday 114rh tiMr Lud rigIIDgiin LauSa 1le with a splendid company of Irish singers at the oldMaonio Teotpto about twenty yoare afOlp r KENTUCKY IRISH AltIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMLTON I Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancememen of Irish Americans a d Cathulcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of AmericaII KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER VBAR SINGLE COPY 5C 4Unteeedit the Loulivllle PoitoHlce ai SecondClass Hatter Address an Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei St I I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 17 19081 I I i DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN TRAINED IN KENTUCKY After Baltimore Kentucky is tho I cradle of Catholicity in the United States Peopleare prone to forget tnihjh and this Is one of the things that many Catholic laymen forget The late Right Roy Michael Tierney Bishop of Hartford Conn came from NCW England to Kentucky to study for the priesthood before the civil war How well he was trained can be copceivcd from the reading of his record as head of the Hartford diocese and from the story of his charities In 1904 ho celebrated the tenth anniversary of his consecration and thb people of Hartford Slue him a purse of 15000 A few days later he gave 10000 of the money to St Thomas Seminary and 5000 to St Francis Hospital both Hartford insti tutions Kentucky Catholics ought to remember the men and women she has trained to preach and teach the true faith ONE PUBLIC DISTUIlIiEK That perpetual scold the editor of the Louisville Evening Post belched forth his abuse in four different streams this week On Monday alone ho poured out torrents of abuse for a the Democrats for the Civic Liberty League for the GermanAmericans in general nnd the editor of the Anzeigcr in particular and for the Kentucky Irish American and lush American police und firemen Like k Tennysons brook the tongue of this scold runs on and on forever It is not new to say that the editor of the Post disagrees with everybody and then disagrees with himself After the adjournment of the Constl utlonnl convention in 1891 Hon E J MoDcrmott Richard W Knott and Gary Peter were appointed on a com mission to draft the present city charter of Louisville The work went on through the greater part of the year 1802 and was submitted to the Legislature in 1893 It was approved in July 1863 and went into effect the following October Under its provisions the Boards of Public Safety and Works and the office of City Buyer were cremated Mr Knott expected to be made a member of one of the boards lIe failed to land and immediately jumped on the new city charter and has been jumping on that child of his own creation ever since When the new charter went into effect tho late Henry S Tyler was Mayor of Louis vine and as a well known and close friend of Mr Tyler explained it fif teen years ago he intended to appoint Mr Knott City Biiycr but he had found that he could not agree with himself X6W the vials of his wrath have been diverted temporarily from the charter to the German and Irish Americans He remembers Bloody Monday and seeks to bring about the same conditions that existed in Louisville fiftytwo and fiftythree years ago hatred for the foreign born citizen confiscation arson nnd death That is exactly what Mr Knott Is seeking to bring about in Ills editorial utterances and In the alleged news accounts gathered by his hired miWhile Mr Inott sits in his sanctum writing editorials scoring the racetrack and its gamblers half of his staff are at Douglas Park playing the ponies While he writes editorialsp denouncing civic liberty und liquor dealers his business office agents are out begging for advertisements from brewers distillers and ownersu of retail liquor establishments Un like St Paul it can not be saldof the editor of the Louisville Evening Post Much reading hath made thee mad On the contrary the man who Said Robert Emmet hurl been impris oned for immoral conduct but escaped to America and became a famous lawyer in New York has n t- readr much WORKING DOUBLE CROSS Unscrupulous managers df tIle Na tional Republican Press Bureau are clattempting t9work the dcfciblfc cross on he Ignorant and untutored peoplel of tie pjjtiH ri They hare Lees furnltAiptf matter to tie editors of allegedI DernoemUc 5Ipir1 In Ken tuck cod lwfto rt 19kOWJ that 0 0 w aU Judge Taft was not only friendly to the Catholics but that he left time Philippine Islands absolutely under Papal control Manyvile Insinua tions arc made against Taft and the Church in these press articles It is done not to gain votes for Mr Bryan but to gather the Catholics to the Taft standard The Catholic I voters of the present day ore too intelligent to be caught with such bait The Burnsidc Bulletin published iir Pulaskl1 county this State has fallen a victim to the Republican hunters for the unintelligent nnd under date ofOetoJxy 7 published va lotQ f ridiculous rot about Bishop McFaul Taft and the Catholics Either the editor of the Burnslde Item is woe fully ignorant or else he is know Inglyand maliciously publishing statements absolutely without foundation DEMOCRATS IN LEAD 0 Bryan and his Democratic colleagues have Taft and the rest of the Republicans pn the run The Re publican nominee is like one of the women Lord Bryon wrote of In Don Juan who swearing that shed neer consent consented He con sidered it undignified to tour the country in search of votes He in tended tto remain quietly in Cincin nati and let the Voters come to him When they refused to seek him he went out after them and is still seek lug them NoVv it is announced that he will continue his search until the eve of the election It shows how hard pressed he and his partyare when Taft made seventeen speeches in as many different towns In his home State last Monday With troubles in the Republican ranks in Ohio Now York Indiana Maryland West Virginia Illinois and lou the leaders have been driven to despera tlon and it has boon a lord mutter to keep President Roosevelt from taking to the raging stump On the other hand the Democratic party is a unit for Bryan The party that was split in twain by MIO silver question In 1896 has been reunited No better exemplification of this could be shown than the Democratls meeting at the Masonic Temple cheater on Thursday night of last weak lion Henry Watterson presided and enthused the Democratic hosts that gathered Next came former United States Senator William Lindsay who made a magnificent and argumenta lire address for the Democratic can didates He was followed by Hon Swagor Sherlcy Congressman from this district and candidate for re election whose speech regarding1 the workings of Congress wan a graphic recital of the wrongs that the peo ple suffer under the regime of n Republican Speaker and a Republican majority Each of the three speeches were appreciated applauded anti talked about Now Itis announced that Bryan will come to Louisville next Tuesday night for at least one speech He should be prevailed upon to make more No hall in Louisville will be large enough to hold the crowds that will flock to hear him Taft too twill invade the South not with the expectation of winning any State but to stem the tide that is sweeping him and his party to political destruc tlouWhell an anarchistic crank threw a tomb at the late Russell Sage the latter shoved JIll confidential clerk hi front of him to save his own life Now that the Republican party Is In danger It comes forward with the announcement that the two largest contributors to time national cam paign fund are Andrew Carnegie founder of tho Steel Trust and the widow of Russull Sage Is this re tributionIn in Kentucky and throughout the nation the situation is at present decidedly favorable to the Democratic party Only a few more weeks and Taft mid Roosevelt will stand out in the open on a cold November day until the snow of ballots corer them and cause them to sink into political oblivion The Democratic party has made its nominations for Congress and the School hoard in Jefferson county and it may survey its work with sat- Isfaction The candidates named for Congress the School hoard and to fill the vacancy In the Magistracy ought to poll the full strength of the ticket Jefferson countys Democracy never entered upon a campaign with brighter prospects A loesidaily paper announcestiiat- he l IHUyMie rofewilenai Ghaut1 jrura A taoelatio n will hold a ajw1 j In 1fto r xWiftttw ato draft1a I flfl M new State automobile law for Kentucky There are enough laws on the statute books now but the chauffeurs do not seem to heed them Do they desire tto travel more rapidly kithand cripple moreso they can people The Kentucky Irish American iron Its first issue has sought to serve the IrishAmericans of Louisville of Kentucky and of the nation It has never posed as representing tho vfews of nil IrishAmericans Non but the editor of the Louisville Evening Post wants to represent everybody As a result he r +pre scnts nothingand very littls of that Catholics should not forget that October is n month especially devot ed to the Blessed Virgin October is the month of the rosary the first Sunday was the feast of the Holy Rosary October 11 was the feast ol the maternity of the Blessed Virgin and tomorrow will be the feast ofhcr purity GROUND BROKEN Clergy and Laymen Were Present at Simple Ceremony Ground was broken for the now church of St Cecilia last Wednesday morning The first shovelful of earth was removed by the pastor of St Cecilias the Rev Father A J Brady The Rev Fathers tock Sheridan White and Murray each followed Father Brady In upturning a spade full of soil Then several laymen members of the congregation among them George J Butler Patrick Dona lame and R W Galway removed shovelsful of earth Mr Donahue who has tho contract for making the excavation had i a force of men at hand and the work began immediately The work will be pushed and as soon as possible Julias Piazza stonemason contractor will begin erecting the foundation The cornerstone wil be laid early in theI springThe new church will be one of the handsomest in the city and will be built of brick with stone trimmings It coil be in every way an ornament to the city The people are rejoicing over the beginning of the work and will heartily support their pastor Father Brady In his great undertak hag Father Brady went to St Cecilias on the first Sunday in June 1893 and has done remarkable work ever since PROPER TIMBER Adam Spahn is Right Man for Magistrate in lEast End Adam Spahn who has been non inated for Magistrate in the FirthI Magisterial district composed of the First Second and Third wards isI n home grown article and n dyed ln thewool Democrat He was born at 752 East Jefferson street thirtyone years ago and has called that place home ever since After receiving his education at St Honlfnce school Mr Spahn learned the trade of book binding In order to make his knowledge thorough he went to the leading cities in the F+ mst JCorth and West nnd worked nt his trade but IJi always remembered his old Ken tacky home When he felt that he was thoroughly equipped he returned to Louisville and started in business for himself ut 335 West Green stfeot From the outset hid business hay grown and flourished Mr Spain has nlwaytf taken an active interest in organized labor was one of the organizers of tho Bookbinders Union and is Past President of that organization lIe is also n member of time Eagles and lied Men and has never voted anything but the straight Democratic ticket Us is one of the best known and most popular young OermnnAmerl cans in the East End and Ills nomina lion by tho Democrats is equivalent to election MACKIXDUNX Mi and Mm Will Mnckln and little daughter Margaret have returned from Lebanon where they went last week to attend time wedding of Miss IJose Mackin of that city and Joseph Dunn a prosperous young farmer of St Anthony Iowa The ceremony took place at St Augustines church mod was per formed by the llev Father Mackin 0 1 a brother of the bride The attendants were Messrs Michael Mackin of St Anthony Iowa and John Mackin of Lebanon brother and cousin of the bride respectively Nuptial mass followed the wedding rite Elizabeth Mackin daughter of Sam Mackin of Lebanon and Mar garet Mackin daughter of Wnl Mackin of Louisville little five year old girls scattered flowers in front of time bridal party as it passed up the aisle After u reception at the home of the bride Mr and Mrs Dunn departed for their home In Town CALIFORNIA CLUB The California Club an adjunct of Mackin Council is growing in num ber under the wise diretlon of Presi lent William Korbcrg The object Is to get as many members of time y MI 1 as posslbe to go to San Francisco to attend the Supreme Council convention in 1910 Each member pays 1 c week and at the end of two years each will have paid In 104 Besides the council con templates giving IL serlcsof entertain menu during the winter for the benefit of the club This will provide ample money to pay the expenses of the members to the Pacific ocast and back COLISEUMRINK- The Coliseum Skating Rink will pea next Tuesday night and cveryr sing points Ito a jaoBt Hueceasful sasoni With Manageryrr ehart and a splendid boor titers should be BOt- hlitgclnth way of w1argal attendance luring the ceminK sNteoq LSOCIETY Ja 3 js t Frank Dugnn has returned from n short stay in Frankfort Miss Marie Maloney is visiting her cousin iMIss Suslo Pope at Spring fieldMr and Mrs J T Gosncll hey gone to Lcltchfield to spend tIle winter Mrs Thomas Moran spent several days this week visiting friends in Newport Miss Anna Claude and Mrs John Flannagan arc visiting friends at Stithton Miss Kate Mcflrath of Frankfort was the guest of friends here for n few days Miss Nora Brown has returned to Frankfort after spending the weekend in Louisville Mrs W H Welch of 2920 Fourtl avenue is recovering from n spel of malarial fever n spendingfewnine at Bardstown iMrs L Burns and laughter Lillian of Clifton lire expected to return front Cincinnati this week Miss Maria eeoffClifton hali as her guests Misses Bertha and Mary Hayden of Springfield Misses Mary and Katharine Malone of the Highlands are attending school In Manhattansville N Y Mrs Bernard Kearns of Lorctto was the guest of Mrs M E Kearns of South LouisvilleI this week Top Weitzel and Dudley Richardson visited friends in Louisville Sunday and returned to Frankfort Monday Miss Catherine Fallahay has gone to Indianapolis to spend three weeks J with her cousin Miss Marie OHearn Miss Margaret Wathen entertainer Monday in honor of Miss Nell Newman who was married two daysI later Den Falk who submitted to an operation for nppcndictis at St JosephsI Infirmary is reported as Improving rapidlyEdward Mack and bride have re turned from n tour of the East and have begun housekeeping in the Highlands Mr and Mrs John C Graves enter tamed Wednesday evening with aI card plenty in honor of Mrs Henry Monlcke of St Louts hcrdaughIter have returned home after n pleasant visit to Mrs Charles Callahan if Portland Mr and Mrs George W Ullrich of OU2 Twentysecond street have arrived homo from Pefroskcy lIch where they spent the summer Their many friends are glad to see thorn hone Mr and Mrs J n Gasper nnd family and Mrs Mary Shea and fam fly have returned from Terre Haute where they went to the golden wed ding anniversary of Mr and Mrs John Frisz Mrs Edward Swecney of South Louisville who was operated on for appendicitis on Monday of last week Is on the road to recovery anti will soon bo able to leave Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Miss Nellie English and August Holzknecht were married at the Cathedral of the Assumption Saturday afternoon the Rev lather Schuhman officiating Doth are well and favorably known Joan M Hennessy and Will II I annon will entertain their friends with a dance at Kings Hall next Tuesday evening this being time first of a series of dances that these voting gentlemen will give this winter Friends of Mr und Mrs Frank Ackerman gave thorn a surprise party oil Friday night of last week In honor of their tenth wedding anniversary A delightful musical programme was rendered and a luncheon was served Mrs R N Wathen Jr of Lebanon formerly Miss Grace Tobln of Frank fort who was ill at St Anthonys Hospital for n month was suf ficiently convalescent this week to be able to bo removed to her home oJ2enItstho home of Mrs William Snawders 2001 Bank street A number of hand sone prizes will be awarded The remainder of the series will be played at the homes of time different members Joseph F Trudeau u leading mem bee of the New Albany Knights of Columbus and of Unity Council Y M I considers himself a lucky man A new baby boy arrived at his home this week He now has two boys and wishes they yore both old enough to vote for Bryan Miss Anna McDonogh and Law ronce M Fallon will be united In marriage at St Cecilias church at 030 oclock next Monday morning After an extended trip through the East Mr and Mrs Fallon will begin housekeeping in Indianapolis The aride elect is the charming daughter of Mrs Ellen McDonogh Masters James St and Paul KcaL ing of South Carolina who are visit lug their uncleu James Keatlnnr on Portland avenue evil remain in Louis Mlle until after time Christmas holi lays Sirs Keating wllJremain with her children The youngsters have hoard about snow and want to see if the story is really true slips Thule Cunifi entertained tho Good Will Social Club at her home 1708 West Chestnut street Thursday might 0f1lasrwe ek PrIww + wererwon byffl+ MoriaNevhia stheerlne 7 Jt IOrlp1mesan Messrs tlbert MusaelumRh WIIfsm Noonand J T Charles Pfeiffer The next euchre will be held at the home of Miss Anna Grimes on October 22 Miss Elizabeth Gerardln daughter of Joseph Gerardln 2Gl8 Bank street and Elmer Watson a prominent mom ber of Louisville Council Knights of mllrrIugeatpextWcdnesdatour through the fast tho young couple will be at homo to their friends at 2018 Bank street alter November 10 Miss Nora Joyce and Mr Fred IerIparlor Wednesday afternoon at 330 oclock the cere mommy being followed by a supper and reception at the home of Mr and Mrs William A Hennessy of 2517 First street Martin Joyce the well known athlete and Hibernian acted as master of ceremonies The happy young couple will make their home in Indianapolis The committee in charge of tin dance to be given by Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at University School Fifth and Zone streets next Thursday have complet ed all arrangements and promises thlp event to be a memorable one iIn Hibernian circles Prof Collins orchestra which hay been a distinct latelyhasand will render a programme sure to please all lovers of the terpsichorean arrnngemcntsIslam P AfcDonogh Maurice Fitzgib LearnsBRITONS TRIBUTE To Leader ofthe Irish Party in Englands House of Commons 3 tinleadingBritish metropolis pays this tribute to John E Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary party By common consent he is the finest orator in the British House of fullIi nllthu poetic eloquence of his race notIso pronounced l as that of some of liris followers is at least more pleasant to the ear I have heard Mr Itedmond deliver more than one speech that is quite worthy to rank with anything that the House hat ever listened to As he warms to his subject ho assumes a dignity of bear hug a restraint of language that becomes him well and even the most ybelioesthat he Is exerting himself to the ofIthe justice of the cause for which he pleadsIt be said that Mr Redmond never resumes his seat without hav ing done something to advance the countryTovantages under which Ireland labors to paint her woes and to picture her wrongs would move time most in votcrnte Unionist who never waved n pocket handkerchief at a Primrose League demonstration In all parts of the House Mr Redmond Is popular even with his hereditary foes tha Irish Unionist members And sptiak Ing of this I recall n remark made to me by the late Col Sanderson only n short time lbefore his death If there wore many more Irishmen pos sensed of the eloquence and ability of longbeCorethe side of Home Rule NEWMANWITIIERSPOON CMlss Nell Elliott Newman nnd Dr Ezra 0 Witherspoon were unted in marriage at the home of the brides parents Mr anti Mrs W II NQw man 1319 Brook street nt 9 oclock Wednesday evening rime ceremony was performed by the Rev Father William H Gausepohl pastor of St Mary Magdalens church The house was tastefully decorated for the occa lion Miss Rose Harrison was the mild of honor Walter Withersjjoon of Lawrenceburg was best man and the groomsmen were Marc Mundy Tom Tuley and William and John Newman brothers ol the bride Among the outoftown guests at the wedding were Mr and Mrs Frank Heed Mr and Mrs William Tabb Mr and Mrs R M Arnold and Mr and Mrs W A Wallace all of Chi cago Miss Mary T Goods of St Louis Mr anti Mrs R H Wither spoon Dr and Mrs Ambrose Wither spoon and Walter Witherspoon all of Lawrcneeburg Mrs J D Elliott Mr old Mrs C M Elliott and Mrs M E Hays till of Bardstown UNION OFFICE NOW The Columbian the official organ of the Knights of Columbus Is now I printed in a union office In the Oc tober Issue an editorial says In view of our large circulation and the existing conditions of our contract with the order itjwas absolutely nec essary for us to have time paper printed in the shop that could do time best work at the most reasonable figure consistent with the price al lowed us anti until recently we have been unable to find a union office that could handle tho work amid pro tect our contract In this connection wo are glad to announce that after prolonged search anti investigation wo have finally found a union office capable of handling the Columbiacl and that the paper is now being printed under union conditions NOTED PHYSICIAN DEAD Dr Turner Anderson ono of the oldest and best known physicians in Louisville died very suddenly of rheumatism of the heart nt Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Tuesday night Ills death caused widespread sorrow city Many of his oldestHfriends and patients yore Catholics and ho hind the goodI fortune to embrace the faith before his death As one priest expressed It Ills conversion was the reward of a well spent life Ho is survived by his wife and four children Mrs Austin Ballard Mrs O S Bridges Miss Cornelia and Dr Simrall Ander son The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrafads charchThursdiiy earning ru dtbat edifice was thronged with tjlie mammy friends of the dead physician Ii r STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years 30RKS oA SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK OF THE SEASONS MOST FASHIONABLE WEAVES IN COLORED WOOL DRESS GOODS AT PRICES MUCH BELOW REGULAR Special in Fancy Panama 54 inches wide strictly all wool a cloth easily worth 100 colors navy brown and red Special per yard 59c Special in Plain Panama and the popular Herringbone Serge fabrics we bought to sell at 100 54 inches wide every thread wool Special per pard 69c Special in Broadcloth a 52inch allwool cloth made greenhraycolors Special per yard 89c EXTRA SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK IN AUTUMNS NEWEST BLACK GOODS Allwool 42inch Storm Serge 85c qualitySpecial at yard63c I All wool 54inch Storrri Serge value 100 yard Spe ciall at yard 69c Broadcloth 52inch specially good value at 125 yard Special at yard 89c iRAILROAD FARES REFUNDED XIN ACCORDANCE WITH R M A PLAN STEWART COlBoofporit4l M COttMECTIQM WITH lAMtS McVtfEElY 4 M MEW YGRL NW M t i NNN 1 THERES A REASONI Why That Fall Suit Should Come From Us Otis E111EsEn1Clothes for Fall are right up to the minute In every way they are made of the very purest woolens by our own tailors in our own factory We save you the manufacturers profit by making our own clothes then we are out pf the high rent dis trict that again means a big saving to you Thats why we do more business than any store in this town for the amount of room occupied 10JI10 NONNO+ N19 NMN IiNN 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAQAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky 1908 November Election 1908 ADAM SPAHN Democratic Nominee f- orMAGISTRATEFifth Magisterial District Composed of 1st 2ncl oncl 3rd Vo14dH 1jHttNf NT fHM hf4N+ f t + Ni + ++ HfFINE WINES CHAMPAGNES LK f jtLlQUOJUljt MACKIN COUNCIL BUSY Mackin Council was very busy this week On Tuesday night it held its regular business meeting but noth ing but routine busines thedebatewas decided to postpone until tne evening of October 29 The matter to be discussed is whether the younger members arc to bo elected to office in the Y M L and to limit the age for admission to thirtyfive years James T Shelley and Glen J Sand both Past Presidents of Mackin Council will espouse time cause of tho young mcn while Louis J Kieffer nnd Samuel Robertson will take tho negative proposition The debate will be held on time same evening On Wednesday night Macklns degree team initiated a class of twentysix candidates The exemplification was very impressive ANOTHER I1RVAN VOTE ++rRobert Ertel a popular young man of Covington celebrated his twenty first birthday on Friday of last week This means anothor vote for William Jennings Bryan because Mr Ertel like his uncle DrT II Avcrdlek is a staunch Democrat Dr and Mrs Averdick gave a reception in honor of their nephew and presented him with a gold watch und chain liOPKINS THEATER Hopklh Theater Is still mfcying the generous patronage of the Louis D i lti i 828iI TflOSJKEflNEy GUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines at cut prices SCHOOL SUPPLIES BooKs Slates Tablets Etc SIXTH AND OAK Give your boys an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Urothcri Classical Scientific and luslnesa Courses Preparatory De qutppedGymnesiunm villo amusement loving public Manager E W Dustin continues to furnish an excellent Tina of motion promlsellfilms I ever PRIZE EUCHRE The Young Ladies Euchre Club will bd entertained at the home of Mies Agnes Oarrlty 2482 St Xay4sretreet- next Tuesday night A number of hanwme prizes are tq bedlatrbuted + among the siipeaasful ontfiRtf I D tl r J KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICANh NN N4NNNN4N4NNNMi40M4w +4 N J E TRACY L H STRAUB iBOTH PHONES 363 I TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I carrl STREETSdortNNMIONON NNNNNN tN4 NNINANNNIN NN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East M ain Street Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer SrflJtjfcei Parllale6t for All Occasion on Snort Notice SOS W JEFFERSON STREEt TEtt1ONE Bid tD J DOUG lERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FU EmbalmersII All Call Anstmtd Promptly 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i 4NF44N + ++N++ t t t H + THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH calla promptly attended to day or night Carriage urotsbedfQratlocauiop 1225 W MARKET ST hO1OIiII We dont presume to dictate to you l our waUs Simply wish lo re DtwALimind7PIA6TERKentucky Wall Plaster Co- INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River I Louisville Kyr Also operating the Hoosier Wan Plas ter Plant Teffewonville lull Phone W HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly Attended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 1140 Overhill Street HERRMANN BROS litPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PeatlofNelsonBOTTLED IN BOND Ttlirttnt 1948 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY MOLD D2AIXRJN SfaJllIiwi Fancy Gncirlis A FIIITCLSIJPLE1HtIl INtWMIii1N Old WMakto a Specialty =MM a t laee M MOW war0 t rt 7ULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee LOLA FROM BERLIN Thursday Friday and Saturday even Ings And Saturday matinee Clyde Fltchi Greatest Comedy GIRLS IOC1 HOPKINS IQcI Where the Crowds do HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday COLISEUM OPENS Tuesday Night Oct 2008 Skating Every Day and Sunday All the new Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason pricesWhitesides Bakery 14TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in the World Because of the great Interest in our modern plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for one more week Three thousand persons Inspected the most improved bakery in the world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that Is the best time to see the plant in full operationuFOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make i6 Mothers Bread Have you had a look at the clock Gilds ft Rogers II iBOOK GOu PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city IMhSf Aibgizitts atr RIM ArtWis or xyitiur niteoscrriox 1 434 WtJ8fffrson Street- u U I r L ii DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUBI Autumn I 18 Days Racing Beginning Monday Sept 28 Ending Saturday Oct 17 I I SIX RACES EACH DAY HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Jn Suffolk county Mass the Ladles Auxiliary has a membership of2000Oregon Hibernians arc making plans now to help Portland entertain its guests at the national convention In 1910 The order is the first society of Catholics to take up the work of church extension In n Catholic and practical way On Thursday Division 5 of Wor cester Mass celebrated its fifteenth anniversary At the banquet covers were laid for 200 The Right Rev Bishop ODea sent has blessing to Ira delegates assem bled af UVWHlnglbVStafe con vention at Walla Walla Reports of State officers at the Washington State convention showed that the order was growing numerically and financially- Th reports of tho Providence R 1 County hoard officers ehowcQ a membership of 1718 and the treasury in sound financial condition Prof M J Rohan County President at Milwaukee has conferred diplomas on twentyfour parochial school students for proficiency in Irinh his toryThe County Board of Bristol county Mass met at Fall River There were ninetyone delegates present representing an aggregate membership of 1700 The divisions of the order at Hart ford Conn participated in the dedi cation of the Connecticut bridge last week It is said to be the largest stone bridge in the world At Manchester N II ninetyfive delegates assembled to take part in the County conventions of the order and Ladies Auxiliary Nashua Wilton and Milford sent full delega tionsThe County Board at Butte Mont has pledged itself to give 5000 to ward the founding a new Catholic college Besides that Butte Hiber nians support a scholarship at Helena and annually contribute 250 to a scholarship at the Catholic University in Washington Tire New York County Hoard has raised 10000 by mortgaging its real estate at Fifth avenue mill Sixteenth street It has previously been mortgaged for 50000 The destruc tion of a park where the County Board intended holding a picnic this summer is responsible for the new mortgageIn the Hibernians are to have the right of line in the big ecu tennlal of tho diocese parade and the Ladies Auxiliary members arc to ride in the floats in the torchlight procession The first nights pro gramme of the big bazar has been en trusted to the order and it is planned to have Irish music and a characteristic Irish celebration ENDS NOISY SESSION The long and turbulent biennial session of the Womens Catholic Or der of Foresters was brought to a dose last Saturday at Detroit with two women claiming the office of High Chief Ranger Mrs Elizabeth Rogers the incumbent claimed re election but Mrs Rose D Rittman of Minneapolis also claimed election When the time to install arrived Mrs Rogers declined to install her successor who was thereupon sworn in by Miss Tessle Murphy the Vice Chief Ranger Mrs Rogers declares she wit carry the matter into court for settlement VENERABLE CITIZEN DEAD Daniel E Sullivan an aged and respected citizen of Louisville died at his home 2124 West Walnut street Thursday morning For a number of years he was a member of the police force but retired from active service years ago The deceased was horn In Ireland seventy years ago He is survived by four sons Daniel E Sullivan John A Dr Robert E and Joseph Sullivan a patrolman The funeral will take place from Snered Heart church this morning liAXDING DAY CELEBRATED Louisville Council K of C cele brated Landing day with a banquet at the Galt House Monday night Samuel J Boldrlck presided as toastmaster and the following Knights responded to toasts Jeremiah J Kay anagh Tho Triumph of Faith Onmdon R McAtce 14921908 John J Coady The Sow Knight t of Columbus William J OConnor Ferdinand and Isabella- MACAULEYS THEATER Lola From Berlin with the cele brated Corinne in the leading role will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater during the first half of next week with A matinee Wednesday This musical comedy made an unpre cedented hit in New YorkCJyde Fitchs greatest jomedy Girls will be the attraction during the last half of the week with a matinee Saturday VISIT ALMA MATER The Right Rev Bishop iMcCloskey and his secretary tho Rev Father John T Hill have St Marys to attend thecentennial a le- yhration jf that famous InsUtu 10n BlshQp fcCloskey was a student at Mount St Sfarys and later becairie ono of its professors before being called to become the first recior of the American CgllegcSn Home DANCE WAS SU fauklnSocialt Clubi htatigurht iLg fall series of dances at t tub x u FIRST RACE AT 215 P MI house Monday night The hall was filled with young people and the dance wits one of tho most success ful ever given by the club The other dances will follow at intervals of two weeks until Advent begin- sPROIIIBITION I rails to Stop Drunkenness- Is Opinion at City of Lebanon The editor of the Marlon County Lender has this to say The report of the police depart ment for September shows fourteen arrests one every other day includ ing two Sundays Most of them for simple affairs plain drunks Add to this number the cases the Leader has reported giving time place and cir cumstances which failed to come under the eyes of the iepartmcnt one is forced to the rconclu f nJthttt Lebanon like Boyle county the great dry territory of Eastern Kentucky and every other point that is a center of civilization where prohibitory laws arc depended upon to restrict the use of intoxicants drunkenness Is increased It Is because of actual experience and observation through a number of years we know this to be true that we oppose prohibition That others should know the same and not be misled by false hopes through the advocacy of false theories we decline to suppress the facts but on the other hand publish them however much we may regret the necessity for sameI OUR CHOP United States Leads World In Many Important- St ples The great American crop for 1904 is being harvested This country produces more corn than all other countries of the world combined 2927000000 out of 3888000000 bush els It produces more wheat than any other country 634000000 bushels out of an aggregate of 3108000000 It exports more wheat flour than all the other countries of the world com bined 15000000 out of 26000000 bushels It also annually exports more wheat including wheat flour than any other country or 140000000 out of 616000000 The oats crop of the United States is also larger than any other country 750000000 out of 3582000000 bush els This ocuntry is the third largest Jinnual producer of barley in tho world 153000000 bushels only 7000000 less than Germany with Russia leading The United States nnmmlly produces more cotton than all the other countries or 13000000 out of 20000000 bales ft also leads the world in the production of tobacco flaxseed hops oilcake rosin and spirits SOUXI REASONING Pat to English traveler And have you heard the latest E TNo What Is Itl Pat Shnro in Ireland they cant hang a man with a wooden leg iE TWhnt do they do then Pat lAh shure they hang him with a rope HINTS ON STYLE lUg muffH will prevail again Both jabot and collar grow larger Most walking huts are turned upon the lleft side only Marten and black fox are the favorite small furs Simplicity will bo the slogan of the winters millinery Soft satins are most modish for the tailored skirts Tho plaited braid belt Is one of the seasons novelties With colored shoes there must be stockings to match Braid and covered buttons are fa vorites for trimming There is nn increasing vogue for black in evening wear Long sleeves are invariable with the new tailored shirtwaists Many tailored shirtwaists are In light wool smooth surfaced Plaids art much worn and form some of the smartest fall suits Embroidery figures on stockings for afternoon and evening wear only The blouse that matches the suit has to some extent replaced the separate blouse Shoes with patent leather vamps and cloth tops will figure prom inently this winter Long full and flowing cloaks will he worn In the afternoons more than In previous seasons Various shades of brown and green hose are being siown for wear with heavy fall tan oxford ties Wew fancy plaids include such com deeppeacockParty frocks for small girls are mil do with puffed sleeves and low necks which droop aver the shoulder Turbans range In size front medium to very large The box shapes with protruding crowns are most in favor CARD OP TIIANK8 gratnude neighbors for the kindness and sym illnessandbarn Roes Especially do we thank the Hew Fathers Richard 6 F fj pastor of St Boniface church George Engelbertiktcbmah 0 1 M and Thomas Mut ray and alto the manydq lowersTJrli F n Meeting KNIGHTS OP IIOLUllIBliS I Il l Late News That Will Interest MembersHere and Else where Cincinnati Council celebrated its tenth anniversary last night At Olean N Y the Knights are erecting n 10000 club house The Pnulist Fathers conducted n retreat for the Knights at Houston Texas last week Both Syracuse and LcMoyncs COlin ells arc preparing to celebrate insti tution anniversaries with banquets Father Mullany will deliver his il SyracuseCouncilJ Knights from Georgia Florida North and South Carolina will assem ble at Atlanta tomorrow for an exemplification of the fourth degree M Tern Haute Indtandiug tiny wostloubly celebrated The new home of the council was dedicated and a class of sixty received the three degrees- A new council has been organized at Conderspolnt N Y and 400 Knights from neighboring cities were exemplification Through the good offices of the Knights Chicago has enacted an ordinance making October 12 a boll day Last Monday all the municipal offices in that citywere closed At fronton W J the Daughters of Isabella have arranged to give an entertainment and dance for the benefit of the St Vincent de Paul Societyon the nights of November 9 The flight Rev Bishop Colton of Htiffalo waif present in time sane tuarv last Sunday when the Buffalo Knights opened their Landing day celebration by attending a vesper service at Immaculate Conception church Tho Rev Father lames A Lanigan preached the sermon On Monday night there was n banquet and social session The Knights of Columbus assem bled in Supreme convention at Stt Louis adopted a resolution indorsing the work of the International Caili olio Truth Society of Brooklyn ir+ supplying notes and continents in thin secular press for the general reader The resolutions also urged local councils and all influential Catholics to cooperate in bringing these notes andcomments to the attention of such editors its arc 110tCt using them NOTED CHARACTER DEAD John Waters a native residentbut for many years a of Frankfort died in on Satur day lie was n well known character and was acquainted with and liked by the leading politiicans of the State lie haul been for many years n bartender for Tames Gibbons Mr Waters was iridustrious nnd thrifty and left quite an estate His funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd Rev Father Major conducting the solemn obsequies NEWPORT NUPTIALS John n Kearney Past Grand Treasurer of Kentucky jurisdiction Y M L and Miss Josie llener both of Newport Ky will be united in marriage in that city on October 21 Mr Kearney is a veteran member of Lafayette Council For sonic time pnst he has been located at Jacksonville Fin but returned to Newport last Sunday Miss Ilcncr is one of the most charming young ladles in Newports Catholic social circles HUSH MINEHAL STATISTICS Some interesting details are given with regard to Irish mines and min erals in the report of the Inspector of Mines for 1907 It appears that in Ireland a total of 99704 tons of coal were raised during the year ol which 77393 tons were anthracite This amounts to 0042 tons more titan the preceding year The value of tho coal at the mines during tho year was about 222 per ton the total value of the years output being 233495 The average output for each person employed below ground was 183 tons and for employed above and below ground 137 tons The development of copper mining In County Waterford received operations mining JOILVNY CAKE The namo Johnny cake for or diary corn cake Is a corruption of journey cake which was the name given to the corn cake that the early emigrants to the Mississippi valley made and baked on a board beside a rude tire as they camped from day today The same cake baked beside the cabin fire by tho negroes Of the South they called hoe cake In the language of the cabin line cake was known as Johnny Constant while the whcaten loaf loss frequentlyen joyedway called Billy Seldom ONE HONEST HORSE An Irish dealer when selling a nag to a gentleman frequently observed with emphatic earnestness that he was an honest horse After the purchase hind been effected the gentle man asked him what he meant by an honest horse Why sir replied the dealer alwaysthreatenednever deceived me RING WORM CURE writingburned paper there will remain a titi4withof this oil om ring ormt willcure 1- ct t FRANK FEHR BREWING CO Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913TII WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafe Renowned for purity strength aud excellent final Gruber Denser Mattagtirs Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer i BREWED BY SENNACKERMANII v t INOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVULE KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 CUMB D HONC WEST 69 JOHN E 1 RA- NIBrewery WALTERS Clay=Street812 and 814 CLAY STREET telephone 209 = LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORA TS- DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue s- BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KitaOFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Lent Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Hr 1JCOUCHMAN Dentist OFFlOEo42 FIFTH Silt EET CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention wag satisfaction guaranteed OX+ t Indianapolis and Louisville i Companys t s In Effect Sept 12 l90Q J S OJXi 5 Junction Sellersburg Scottsburg S s CrothersvilleSeyraourCoIurabtis lX Edinburg Franklin Greenwood X and Indianapolis at s Xi 830 and 1130 a m and 7 230 and 730 p ra 1 X Local Cars lsavs Loulivllla for XV Seymour and all Intermediate 4 XfX 1230 130 330 530 630 X 830 and 1100 p msX t s asT Co for Indianapolis and SII iintermediate points also yX+ points East and West of Seymour AX Ror rates and information see V Agentst and Official Time Table A Folders in Il carstis fc A ANKMIS0N flea Mg- rSeyMHrIId Ii 1 r ii t CHOICEP Gut Blooms Plants and Designs att RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ y THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE l Both Phones 223 I ress smakinglLadles Shirt Waists and Child rens Dresses a Specialty MRS C H lOOK 1918 Floyd st PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS 4Indfor the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates veryreas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle Ind Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones KERRY AAIJI J1 POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phoneadjs 528 Fifth Street WINES UQUORSCIGAAS VALS SALOONYAtf XJBWTJSH PROP Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock V tF4 VGRN v IgITn 1 J KENTUCKY IRISH AMFRICAIs t THE BIGI STORE SPECIAL SUIT SALE FOR MEN 1OOO In four distinct new autumn models allwool Velours Cagsimeres and Fancy Worsteds on sale one weekending next Friday I THE BIG STORE MILTON M MABBLESTONE G CO m Market Between and + + HNtNN ++ ++ II IYOLZ MICHAELI iI STTI i SHOE PARLORW- eI want you to know that we arc ready to attend to every shoe forj men women and children arc here We ell the best we can buy as low as anyone can afford to sell them and out guarantee goes with every sale we make Give us one trial and you will come again I NNOI NO NN + N CKOLLROS INNN1111ININMNIY Chorus and OrchestraConductor StI The C KoIlfOS School of Music i Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND MtSSONS 45 Minutes One IcMOti per Week 200 per 45 Mluutes ToI II 400 CORNET LESSONS CO itlnutes One Lesson per Wec200 per Month 80 Minutes Two II 400IIThe move Lessons nt 1upilj Residence 100 per Lesson Harmony nnd Composition 800 per Hour IKSSON HOURS 8 A M to 10 PM SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BKCJINNKKS 1MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it Is ap predated more than in the summer A FARRANDCECrLIAN PIANOW- illsupply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection Lsjto jnsert n roll of music and pump The expression marks arc stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated O0I9OOO FOURTH AVENUE COOLWEATHERt Is in itself Invigoratingto fully enjoy this delightful seasonstart the day with a cup of MULLOYS COFFEE SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR socGreen Black qr Mixed Teas an45cexcellent grade 1 pound for MUJLLOTt COFFEE ROASTER ij Home Phone 1313 5 lIJ XV AIAIJC1S1 3 Vi DIET-ss 8 8 83tt8Q KK8 Bond MaU above prime givou safe West Fourth VJOUN Mouth secure MEAL For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged the best gas range in the market They cook bake excellently ant account of their patent air burners consume les gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made last The new improvements this year will keep in the front rank made out 1907 contract before the advance in price of all hoe goods we are able sell old prices 6t 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND tT rIP AM WOLTRINOPrus11 Banon Sew 1aoSalt PipeBaimons for Steam The BrickFireGrate ClayChimney BrlcK OFFICE 508512 W o TBIEPHONBS73 13th aad Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 Aa 4 t J Smiths Crony I Bottled In aSMITU DISTILLING y COMPANY t INCORPORATED I i MMift attaatfett and sttlptMot I Piano QUICK GAS RANGES as quickly 1 on to it Having to at GEHER SON Conduits SidewalK JEFFERSON WORKS Mdnat Defog the Distiller I Caa Give Yen Pare Whiskey at Low Prices 4 Year Old at tij3 p r gallon 6 U 1 i 4 8u M 3 OOuIOu 44 u 400 4 14u 4 50UW4SMITgeIr oLi pEM repraeM rat ad- aey1a f7 pe tvhs4Nd PERTINENT QucrluH Conccrnliifr the Local Political AfliirH Arc Interesting Gcrniantown Subscribers Arc Asking Questions Hard to Answer Nomination Tainted With Froth lilts Not JJeen Itcttisctl by Klnkcad FIRE HORSES AND CITY POLITICS Time Kentucky Irish American is not taking any undue credit nor is it looking for flattery when it says that it was the first paper in Louisville to take up tho cause of Democracy this year In its humble abut unfortunately only once n week it began to hammer away against the local Republican administration before it was two months old The campaign baby had grown to be nn infant In short clothes before either of the avowed Democratic dally papers in Louisville took notice of it Hut that is just like society mothers They send the babies to the nursery of the schoolroom nnd dont let me be bothered with them until they arc old enough to make their debut It 5s different with the Kentucky Irish American everybody wants to know what the editor thinks about this that and the other connected with the campaign baby The ques tioners come or write from all points in Louisville from the district State and nation Here are a few ques tion from a Germantown subscriber How about Taft Did he not work against union bricklayers in Indianapolis Did he not grant injunctions against unions elsewhere Tho gar bago wagon ds supposed to make three trips each week through Gel mantown It seldom snakes more than onewho is responsible Why are the sidewalks In Germantown and all along Shelby street without repairs In Germantown streets are swept about once a month while on Third avenue Fourth avenue and tho downtown districts they are swept every day Why is that The only answer the Kentucky Irish American can give is to have the Germantown people ask the Republican administration of Louisville Another man wants to know If the Oily Hall annex is not being finished by scabs Ask Judge John Wheeler McGee Another man writes Is it not the truth that out of all of Caleb Powers trials he was only once condemned to death nail that was during the trial that Robert C Klnkead defended him Yes That 1ix true but Mr Kin tread is the Republican nominee for Congress in this district now and the Kentucky Irish American would not like to say too much against him stumpthisKentuckyIrishof tic Post says Robert C Klnkead becausehebecause he was an original Taft man If these are the strongest reasons for his election Swagar Shcrley should win easily Mr Shcrley is bet ter acquainted with Mr Taft than is otenmvc1whyMrr I April2IApril 20 1008 signed by R C Kin lead branded the Fairbanks supporters as disappointed office seek ers Later he branded the Fairbanks supporters as wouldbegrafters anti marplots Moro than that Mr Kinkead stated that lie would not accept a nom Perhapsliethe Republican primary of April 25 youknowMayorGrinsteadKinkead to decline the nomination questionsCan ment horses can be used in Republi youhaveties It is only a sample of reform How many relations can hold political jobs at one time Ask Alex Barret of the Board of Public Works Mayor Grinstead Ed O Green of the Board of Public Safety Coun oilman Daily or Assistant Health Of fleer Ryans All of them appear to be tolerably well posted on the sub jectnepotismCan soil life insurance to police and firemen That depends on who the Councilman is For fur RcagerWillnrs if 11 W Knott editor of the Evening Post is a sincere reformer Quit your klddin By the way what Is the cause of the row In the County Assessors office Who is the disturbing clement Why did Deputy Assessor Donald TJlanclmrd hand his resignation to County Assessor Ryans Why did Rynns tear it up Is the trouble all overIt is being rumored that jio matter how the election goes in November that Robert J Foster will succeed Coll Jacob H Haagor as Chief of Police not later than January 1 Last year no negroes were regis trcotThis this is In time Eighth precinct of the Eighth warda white ward When investigateTosephtaw clerk who was Sheriff during the rogistrattonsaid That about nvehs up for 1400 Sixth street St Louis Bertranda consent the home of the Dorrjlnlcan priests is located it J400 Sixth street Comparing tbg Tjomlnlcan convent to a negro tene meat will not help Mrv Lgwton U lie has any further polltloal nsplrstlons HAtNAHAN PBNSIOXU Jobs J Hnniahan who bl Men r SUCIETY lllUElTU RY e A O H- DIVISION L Meets at Hdlls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday Mu11oyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Recording SecThaa Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph T lynch Financial Secretary J T Kenney SergeantntArras James Sayore Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vices 1rcsldentrMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ Q Ileaslon Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergoantutArmslatrlek Beglcy DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixtli Street PresidentJohn II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Win IIcjDonogh 1213 Sixth street Recording Secretary Frank N Burke 4 Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott Scrgeant atArms John Doolan I DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall President John Kenney Vice President John U Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T Ollern Financial Secretary Chas Robardi Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle y 11 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 630Twcn1yBlxthStrcet President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lanai tan Second Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording SecretaryAustin 32 WalshCorresponding Secretary Thomas BachmanFinancial Secretary Frank O AdnmsTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside Sentinel Patrick Duddy superseded as head of the Brother hood of Firemen and Kngincmcn will retire from office on January 1 next The convention of the order was hold at Columbus Ohio last week and the delegates voted Mr Hannalmn t1 pension of 100 a month for life as- a reward for past services The convention also adopted resolutions criticising Coy Hughes of New York for his failure to appoint a union labor man on the Public Utllitie Committee of that State GK AND EUCHRE For Division 1 Will Prove of Benefit to the Contestants Everything is In rcndincs for the great benefit cuchro to be given by Division 1 A 0 IL at Falls City Hall Twelfth and Market streets next Tuesday evening From reports of various members and the way tickets are being sold the indications arc that the attendance will be unusually large The committee in clinrgo has secured thirty valuable prizes and they arc without doubt the handsomest collection over of fered at a similar euchre In Louis ville The game will be called promptly at 8 oclock The prizes are an order for gentle mans liat worth 4t one pair ladys shoes 84 unit paid gentlemans shoes tSO one of Yissmans hams n gentlemans umbrella one years subscription to tho Kentucky Irish American onehalf barrel of flour clgarll1wohandsome lambrequin and fifteen handsome vases and ornaments ranging in price from 250 to 5 11ECENT DEATHS Thomas Lynch fiftynine years old and n long resident of St Johns parish died at his home 016 Clay street Friday night of last week The funeral took place from St Johns church Monday morning Conrad Weber a wen known young man of the East End died at his home 1842 Barrett avenue on Tuesday night The deceased was twentyfour years old and iis sur vived by his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Weber and several brothers nnd sisters The funeral took place from St Michaels church Friday morning and was largely attended John SoymOur died nt the homo of KU nephew Michael Seymour last Saturday afternoon and the funeral took place from St Michaels church Sunday afternoon Tho deceased was slxtyfour years o1c1and for some time past livedI with his nephew at 316 Jackson street Ho was highly esteemed byall who knew him Frank L Dolflnger fortyone years old and for many years a member of the firm of the J Dolfinger Company died at his home 1311 Charles street Monday morning lie suf fered fromn complication f1n ments and had been ill several months His wife a son Raymond and a daughter Miss Loretta stir vive as also his father F Dolfincor his brothers Charles Otto and Cullie and one sUUnv Mrs R Kubsoh The funeral took place from Bfc Pauls church Wednauday morning Belts are aoa whit narrower than tbest I LIBERTY And Freedom FromSuntptunry- Legislation Is Forcibly Demanded- GermanAnmerfeans of This City Go on Record Agnhts- tProhibition I Favor Temperance nut Insist Upon Their Rights an Citizens BIG MASS MEETING TO FOLLOW Prohibition and sumptuary legisla tion were denounced in no uncertain terms at a mass meeting of Gorman American citizens of Louisville held at Turner Han last Sunday under the auspices of the Federation of German Clubs The resolutions in full are as followsWe declare ourselves as sincere friends of true temperance and pledge our active support to every effort to promote temperance The whole past of the German clement proves that it has always stood for a temperate enjoyment of life Not only do we believe to have exerted n wholesome influence through the ex ample set by us but we declare our selves especially and unalterably op posed to the intemperate use of alcoholic drinks We are however of the opinion that the evil of intemperance in this direction can not be eradicated by the adoption and enforcement of sumpt nary laws and we consider such laws as an unwarranted interference with out habits of life and a wrongful cur tailment of that civil freedom which is guaranteed to every citizen by the Constitution of the United States and of KentuckyWe prohibitionprecable motives and we observe that it only tends to empower a numerically limited class and cause them to exercise a moral guardian ship over the masses and make thorn subservient to their conception of civilI and moral life Wo protest presumptionfornot the minority must rule and that alt citizens are equal before the law and that no individual or set of men has the right to force Ills or their beingsWeright to the pursuit of happiness as expressed in the Declaration of Independence to the right of each indi victual to workout his own salvation according to Iris own fashion and do HO unhampered by the possibly dif ferent views of Ms neighbor This priceless we consider it as the duty of every patriotic man to strive to preserve it We are of the opinion that the cause of morality is not helped by the enforcement of sumptuary laws and rules of conduct or by harassing citizens through a wrongful inter ference with their mode of life and we deem it nn injustice to rob time individual of the Godgiven right to govern Ills own actions We protest solemnly against the adoption and enforcement of any and all prohibition measures as hnmoral unjust and in conflict with n sane conception of human rights And in order to give outward expression to this protest we hereby resolve to take active part in the anti 1 arrangeforin which we see an effectual means to register our opposition to all attempts to deprive us of civil freedom bespeaktheof cityWelnst the infamous abuse by word nUll picture heaped upon the members of the German Alliance of the city of Louisville and newspaperWeas directed principally against the German originators of the proposed antiprohibition demonstration and wo brand them as an expression of that hatred of foreignborn citizens nlgltfatalcould better illustrate the spirit of Intolerance and fanaticism than these attacks by time prohibition press And nothing could better characterize time utter baselessness of the whole prohibition movement than the daily abuse to which nil adherents of a bytimerepresentnthcGermanAmerIcans ance and all indorsed the sentiments expressed in the above resolutions nepublIean tion presided and not only indorsed the resolutions but stated that he intended to vote against It C Kin kead for Congress on account of the stand be has taken on the questions atissueOther were Charles Neu meyor editor of the Anzcigcr and formerly City Auditor Edward Neu huuH editor of the Glaubcnsbote Carl Koubcch and Otto J Marx Each of the speakers were roundly ap plauded During the meeting It was announced that the Civic Liberty League of Louisville would have a street parade and mass meeting at the Coliseum on the night of October 24 The principal speakers will bo Hon George W Peck former Gov ernor of Wisconsin and lion Edward= J McDermott of Louisville CAUSE FOR INQUIRY Acordlng to Associated Press dis- patcheR this week time Rev Father Daniel Pembroke is under arrest at St Joseph Mo and is awaiting nn inquiry into his sanity The arrest so the dispatches allege was made at the instance of the Right Rev Maurice T Burke Bishop of St Jo seph who alleges that he deposed Father Pembroke as pastor of a par ish at Maryville eleven years agofnyo Immorality and general unfitness qe J area that Father Pembroke abOtherlngJIma has been lireaMulng lettori for len I c GREENESFOR PurnitureJ Carpets and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month JAMES GREENE 4252729 East MarRet St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES I 00fONNNWHEN I DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRY 1PEERLESS LAUNDRYIITC- ORFORATIID Family Washing 5C Per Pound Newest and Most Modern Plant in the City HOME PHONE 1641 CUMB Main 16a i 32931 Third St Louisville Ky II- J9NNNNN NNNNNO NNliN- N i NNNN1 DISHESTKENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundreds why not you see the sign JAJVIES 33 OAMI Owaaer NNN N 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds EXPERT ADVICE regarding coal furnished free We will be glad to answer any question regarding your coal requirements and can save you money Scanlon Coal CoT oaATUn o 406 UNION ICE CREAM CO 9- Mcznufctotixrorr or Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y fi Jl 8E r BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HJiOADQUARTEI FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Rinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY BNi MteM llgl DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary And Horse Shoeing Forte SCIENTIFIC ANDPRArnCALIIORSESiIOfINi t Hr M llMtw Md Dettvrsdu S o1a9 ePOItGI mBA I II-I