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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I r t 1 t 5 Fr F r VOLUME XXINO 17 CENTSrIMPRESSIVE Were the CerenoulesAttciuUutt Upon Laying of the I Cornerstone St Louis Catholics Turned Out hit Proud Array Last Sunday Metropolis of the Middle West Prepares to liitlld Its Cathedral PROMINENT PRELATES PRESENT rrcJates gathered In New York City to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the diocese of that I metropolis Next month the Cath olics of New England will assemble to celebrate the founding of the Seo of Boston 100 years ago Last Sun I day the Catholics of the West did a I it greater deed In assisting at the r blessing of the cornerstone of the new Cathedral to be erected at a cost of 200000 Archbishop John J projectonly by his suffragan Bishops and priests but was encouraged by the presence of Monsignor Falconio the leadingArchbishops the United States and Australia The onlyfaintlypicturesque pageant American newspaper reporters glory more in sta tistics than in colors or religious tookitmrtlast Sunday can adequately appreciate what the pageant meant to henttickyCatholicsis the cradle of Catholicity in the West that it Is the parent of the archdiocese of St Louis will take pride in tho magnificent demonstra tion that occurred at St Louis last Sunday It Is estimated that between 40000 and 60000 men took part in the street parade that preceded thc blessing of the cornerstone by Monsignor Fal jreprcKentCiljthe city of St Louis and sixteen par ishes in the archdiocese outside the city or ninetythree parishes in all Besides there were fortysix bands and seventeen drum corps It is es timated that between 200000 and 300000 people thronged the line of march The police hind a hard task to keep the throngs from crowding the streets and interfering with the marchers The residences of non alongt1 orated with SVmerican flags It was 140 oclock when the head of the parade started to move nnd it was 530 before the last band of march Ing men and boys passed the review lag stand and disbanded The procession was two hours and thirty minutes passing the reviewing stand at the site of the new Cathedral The formal ceremony of laying the cornerstone had been set for 430 oclock but threats of rain caused those in charge to begin the ceremony at 345 oclock The procession was still passing the reviewing stand when Monsignor Faleonio and the assembles delegates began the blessing of the mammoth cornerstone Assist ing him were Archbishop Glennon of St Louis Archbishop Kelly of Sydney Australia John Ireland Arch bishop of St Paul John M Farley Archbishop of New York James Edward Quigley Archbishop Chicago James II Blenk Archbishop of New Orleans Right Rev D J QConnolI lector of the Catholic University at Washington C Right Rev Maurice F Burke Bishop of St 10 seph Mo Right Rev J B Cotter Bishop of Winona Minn Right Rev Thomas F Lillls Bishop of Leaven worth Kan Right Rev John F lIen messy Bishop of Wichita Kan a CUl1ulngimm11lshop Rev J W Morris Bishop of Little Rock Right Rev J Janssen Bishop of Belleville 111 Right Rev Camillas 1 Mans Bishop of Covington Ky Right Rev James Davis Rlkhop of Davenport Iowa Right Rev 1 A Ludden Bishop of Syracuse N Y Right Rev T Maersohaert Bishop of Oklahoma City Right Rev J IV Carroll Bishop of Helena Mont and many others each accompanied by chaplainsAfter onl signor Falconlo gave way to Arch bishop Glennon of St Louis who spoke for thirty minutes briefly re citing the history of the archdiocese and of Catholicity in the West as well as of the movement that led up to the proposed building of the pres tnt Cathedral Monsignor Falconio again came forward anti pronounced the blcssiagof Pope Plus X on the new Cathedral and the Catholics of St Louis Before the stone was lowered into its resting place a sealed J receptacle was deposited in the hollow pf the stone in which were a cols ecjtinof American coins and coins of outer nations photographs off KenIrickMonsignorl Falconlot Cardinal Gibbons Pops PtuR fie and copies of the St Louisl newspapers On the face of tine Atone I6inllrJ1JeV1n LatIn an in Xcrlpttonf iwhioh In English reads as a foltowa ToCbrist ihQ yioioribus and inH honor of St Louis King of Trance patron of this beautiful city and archcUooeM the cornerstone of tWs metropolitan ohnroh to be erected ihro tht q t full was laid on tile 18th day of Octo ber 1908 by the most illustrious rep resentatives of tho Holy Sec Thou 0 Louis has borne the cross in Eastern land grant that here the cross may remain forever tri umphantt During the ceremonies the Rev Dr M S Ryan President of Kenrlck Seminary read a copy of the title scroll which had been placed in tho hollow of the cornerstone It was rend both in Latin und English The English translation Is aa follows In perpetual memory of the event In the name of the most Holy Trinity Amen ofthethe 13th Sunday after Pentecost the Feast of St Louis the Evangelist and in the diocese of St Louis the anniversary of the dedication of the Metropolitan Church tho Supreme Pontiff Pope Pius X fearlessly nnd happily governing the Church of Christ tho Most Rev and Illustrious John Joseph Glennon being the Archbishop of the St Louis Diocese Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States Joseph Wingato Folk Governor of the State of Missouri and Holla Wells Mayor of the City of St Louis Ills Excellency Right Rev Diomede Falconio the Apostolic Delegate with solemn rite blessed and placed the cornerstone of tills Cathedral church under the invoca tion of St Louis surrounded by a great and illustrious circle of eccle siastics and an immense multitude of the faithful intently observing and applauding 0 that the temple to be erected on this stone which it is right to be gin may remain for a long series of years and the faith may be propa gated and Increased and the plcntitude of heavenly graces de scend upon the pastors and the peo ple committed to their care FIAT FIAT There were several distinct uni procesjslonand drum corps These included the Knights of Father Matthew the Hi bernian Knights the Knights of Columbus Father Dunnes newsboys and 200 of Father Dempscys work ing men who are out of a job The other organizations marched accord tug to parishes giventhepastor of St Agnes church who was master of ceremonies at the blessing of the cornerstone and to Grand Marshall Amadee Vails Reyburn who conducted things with military precision MINERS SUN Youth Named Sullivan Wins the Daly Scholar i ship The Marcus Daly scholarship the most liberally endowed under graduate scholarship in Columbia University has been awarded to Charles G Sulllvnn the son of a yearsbeginningarship provides free tuition in the Columbia school of mines and 1000 a year during hits residence at the university It was established in 1904 by Mrs James W Girard the jivjfe of Justice Girard in memory of DalyThe a miner or the son of a miner of Butte and must be approved by the miners union of Butte Sullivan is nineteen years old and was a student in the Colorado school of mines when he was awarded the Columbia scholarship lIe received the highest grade In the competitive examinations held in Montana last month Henry Farmer Davis a union mine worker of Butte who was the first appointee to the scholarship and held thirtyfourfirst year Glass He was graduated with honors LICENSES RESTORED Decision of Board Is Reversed by Judge Pryor JosephPryorof the Jefferson Circuit Court re versed the decision of the Louisville License Board and granted saloon licenses to John Ahera and John Hendricks to conduct their former saloons at Clay and Main streets and to Matt Gagen to reopen his saloon at Shelby and Main streets 1lOnsounll1cdisappoint the editor of the Louisville Evening Post Judge Pryor holds that the License Board of 1008 re fused tho licenses of Ahren and Hendricks on account of election offenses that occurred In 1005 but that they had been granted licenses in 1006 and 1007 IIo adds that it would be Incumbent upon the city to show that the alleged offenses complained of occurred within ono year as in an indictment- In Mr Gagens case the court held that tho License Board erred in refusing to hear the tostlmqny or receive the petition of more than MrCagenscalled attention to tho statement of Rev the Marcus Lindsey Memorialchurch tQUte ef feet that occurrences at Mr Gajjcn s saloon at no time Interfered with divine wprphlp In his church GOESd TO JNVBSTIGATEt leftiiaatniminee titerAs dkatltofLoulnvillaDr Fowler it one o the expert chem lets sod minei lori istsf the State He will vtalt Ban Fratte1 ep and Lot 9YYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT OVATION Such as None But Kcntucklnns Can Give Was Tendered r + Isaet U a 4 IDr3nll Entire State With Many Guests Did Honor to Great Leader Democratic Standard Hearer fs Sure of Victory nod Tells Why OUTPOUR WAS SPONTANEOUS Never in the history of Louisville was there such an ovation tendered any man as that which was given to William Jennings Bryan on Tuesday night It was a spontaneous outpouring of the people not onlyof Louisville but from many other counties In Kentucky nnd Southern Indiana They came on trains on wagons horseback and in automo biles and the universal cry was for Bryan and Kern Long before the hour set for Mr Bryans arrival the streets were thronged with dense masses of people who were eager to see the great Nebraskan who for the third time is bearing the stand ard of Democracy For two hours before his arrival every cross street from Jackson to Eighth was filled with marchers Each ward sent its quota and some wards sent more than one club Lieut Col James P Gregory the Grand Marshal was one of tho busiest men one of the most strenuous workers in Louisville that night lIe had more than 100 aides and kept all of them busy arranging the marchers in military order Be sides Wallace Embry led n squadron of 500 mounted men and many of the leading business men mud firms furnished floats It is estimated that there were at least 20000 men in tho processionFrom way tho line of march was north on Eighth street to Jeffer sun street cast to Baxter avenue thence to Broadway past Phoenix Broadwayview the parade To the splendid organizing faculties of Col John H Whallen Cola W B Haldcmnh and Col Charles F Grainger should go the credit for the magnificent parade It was arranged within three dn IilInd yet H was n magnificent success with its thousands Of marching men floats han ners and fireworks It is estlmFd that 20000 men marched that 20000 more heard Bryan at Phoenix Hill Park anti that at least 100000 men women and children witnessed the politicaldemonstration AKldc from his public utterances in Louisville Mr Bryan had a message of encouragement not only to the Democrat of Kentucky but of the nation He declared If Anyreliance can bepacetl upon reports that corns ti us directly from Democrjilsyand Indirectly from Kfl publlpans the battle in already won and it Iha hardly possible that the nw lag tide can be cheeked during 0 t r VTTTTTTTTTT1 = = reportsthatstill win n great victory Everything Republicansthenot encouraging aria everything is JwadqullrtcrsOurgood and we nreadili1KStato after Stntc 1aa UQJPr Jt lOttgptac column States which earlier in the carrying When asked what made him so sanguine of victory Mr Brvnn re pliedA number of forces are at work which together seem to insure Demo cratic victory Our ticket has a united Democracy behind it and a frightened opposition before it And there is good reason for the fright The Republican party has been weighed lu the balance and found wanting The dcceptlon dinnerpail argument eight years ago by the refusal of u Republican Con gress to enact needed labor laws and still angered by the hostility shown to labor by the last Republican con vention both in the platform and the nominees the laboring men I say for these reasons arc supporting the Democratic ticket with a unanimity not known before in forty years The business men and the smaller manufacturers feeling this increasing pressure put upon them by the monopolistic combines n pressure thrt the Republican party has per mitted and does not pro also to re lieve are supporting the Democratic ticket in larger numbers than they have since 1802 We ore mnking gains among tno farmers too for the farmer is the helpless victim of every abuse fostered by tho Republican party and he receives none of the benefits of the special legislation which the favored corporations have been able to purchase with campaign contributions Tile farmer is not de ceived by the argument that is now being presented by the Republican spellbinders He known that his crops do not come from the Republi can party but are due to the in dustry which he has applied to the soil nnd to the seasonable weather with wheel he has been blessed He knows too that agricultural prices have risen throughout tIle world and can not therefore be credited to Re publican administration The professional men and college students are also turning to the Democratic party influenced by all tho reasons that nre Influencing the classes 1 have already named and for the added reason tImE studying the tendencies of government they recognize that tho Republican party hits drifted away from its earlier tenet Jugs and that its leaders today art Influenced not by public sentiment but by the secret Influences which are converting thin government into n business asset to be used for the en richment of the few nt the expense of many SAFE AT HOME The Right Rev Bishop William Secretarythethe centennial gelebratianat Moun- tStlJarys jjiumiitnuui j pfd last week returned to Louisville on Saturday Both enjoyed the trip and the splendid Celebration HOME RooM ALASKA j Wnllltm1IJUganpopuhrf Albany have returned from Alaska after an eheeneeof eighteen months They were engaged as civil engineers and expect to return in May Both were delighted with Alaska although the tem ra re as I 41- es h e r v VvvvvvvvvvvVVAntAVVVCITILN Would Like to Know What StonerWI Rocking Chairs For Police Latest Innovation to Appear Chairs Were Not Large Enough to Accommodate Oiffcers JUST A fEW NEW QUESTIONS The loner board of the General Council on Tuesday night refused to expel Councilman Richardson for criticising the actions of C C Stoll a member of the Hoardof Public Works The Councilmen had perfect right to exonerate Mr Richardson In the constitution of the State of Kentucky under its bill of rights every citizen is granted the right not only to criticize but to publish his criticisms of the acts of office hold wasbentbut it was ascertained that he knew moro facts that would look ugly inIprint Then it prepared to let go and the preparations were carried out to the letter Trite four members who had formulated tho majority re port against Councilman Richardson meeting present and vote to repudiate their reportIt seem to the casual ob server that while the General Coon EveningPostto break away from Post influences Witness On Tuesday the Courier Journal said that Mr Richardson would be exonerated or Jet down with 0 reprimand On the same afternoon the Post said The state ment In Richardsons organ the CourierJournal this morning that tho proceedings will be dropped is entirely without foundation The CourierJournal says many Ropubli lroppodIfRepublicans as the chief anxiety about Richardson is in the minds of the old Democratic machine who state that Richardson is a good 1emoctraticassetWhat JJ The Council EveningIand shaking lands with Mr Richard son This will not deter Councilman Iro1ithsees the Opportunity arise lie IHu thorough Republican but is Demo cratic enough to believe that Therci can be no compromise with dishonor Timesjinblishedtaxpayer asking why the steno flag gang In the gutters lit St James Court had been taken lip and brick theMayort gentleman write to the editor of the Kentucky Irish American on tl e mbtect He At a luncheon of friends and well todo property owners the future of Louisville was freely discussed and the saving of the 3000000 to the taxpayers by wiping out that bond matter entirely and for which the city has no use as was shown by the Kentucky Irish American on October 10 A new question came up and we were asked to learn by the next meeting of tile gentlemen assembled the reason why the Mayor of Louis ville allowed his Board of Public Works to take up between 1800 and 2000 feet of the handsomest cut stone flagging ever put down In n gutter in the city of Louisville and replace it with brick We would also like to ask you what became of that flagging This stone flagging was put down at great expense to the owners of abutting property a few years ago and it is doubtful If a cart wheel ever touched it There is no heavy haul ing in St James Court We have seen MayorlrinsteadJohn H Brand and C C Stoll eulogized in the public print old we believe they can give us the desired information Kindly ask them In reply the Kentucky Irish Ameri cot will say that Mayor Grinstend queryburrelection On October n the Kentucky Irish American told about a meeting of Louisville letter carriers that was addressed by Postmaster Rt E Woods and how he told the assem bled carriers that ho had made n mistake in not recommending more of them for an increase of salary from 1100 to 1200 Resolutions 1c nouncing the article as a falsehood were adopted nnd n committee of three waited on tIle Kentucky Irish American They presented their resin lotions which were given considera tion and an appropriate notice Thou the committee withdrew its resolu Lions from this office Why Thirty one more carriers had been promoted from tho 1100 to the 1200 class If you are in doubt about ask the carriers or consult the bulletin board in the Postofflce Here is the list Joseph O Ducy George Happpl Tom W Ford If C Adams James T Ditt mon Charles Mavdwell If R Lord L P Neville William A Davis H H Anderson William B Schwab Phil Bihrman Solomon Cohen A J Lolme George H HenRhry S L Lucas John- S Bennett J E Monaghan James E Barry E W Van Pelt William Ridge Tamos Quigley Sidney Wright and Raiberfc Smith all white carriers nnd rIm L Mnrtenson W H Klnir Ed C French Nolan King D W Barnctt William A Evans and W A Jones colored Of those ciyht worn Democrats and twentythree were Republicans Now how about those rocking ll11Irlel1Intrnncontractors negligent Seven police stnt ions major seven police stations minor two rocking chairs for rnoh station or twentyeight In all Think of it now rocking chairs for police empllaRlzclIthe1 wonder that the poet laureate of the police force has not written a song something like this Backward turn backward 0 Time in thy flight Make me a child again Take for tonightThe rocking chairs were ordered received and distrib uted among the various station houses Some of the police were so broad that they did not fit into tilt choirs even with a squeeze The hairs were not high enough in the backvon hinter as one policeman put it so they have been sent to the factory with an order for broader higher and more expensive rocking chairs When they arrive the Kentucky Irish American will secure a personal escort for Col Sebastian Gunthcr hire an automobile and take him around to see the police reclin ing on rocking chairs What will he say Never mind what he will say but It will take ten years off his life to get a really good laugh If the rocking chair scheme Is car ried out Cols Whalleri Grainger Hnldemnn Kohn null others will be called upon to furnish dolls for the baby police Then there will be a kindergarten elms with nursery rhymes rending like this Bobby Fosterii Went to Gloster or topWhen will dropIf too heavy the cradles will fall Then down will come Grlnsfead Bullitt and nil B1I BAZAAR for Benefit of St Patricks Church Is on Its Way St Patricks school hull Thirteenth nnd Market streets will present a gala scene on Wednesday Thursday and Friday November 25 20 and 27 when n bazar will be held for the benefit of St Patricks churclu The tickets of admission arc only ten cents Each evening supper will be served from 5 until 7 oclock and refreshments can be had any time ebbing time afternoon or evening A feature of the bazar will bo the combination hook The prizes Include two orders for lifty bushels of Coal a handsome rocker silk umbrella pair of Sacred Heart pictures fancy rug Morris chair heating stove gold chain rosary l1nd5 in joU1 GLASS TEriEGRAPJl POLES inneffclqsgmri d Jn 0ejmany 4114 the t1nlt1 e d i States dr a macliIniKltOib iwedllittheir manufacture the poles are aid to be enpectolly valuable in conn tHes w re wooden poles areu Ito I USEFULNESS Of TwentyFour Years Is Duly Celebrated by Members of Order Ladies Auxiliary Joiii With Other Divisions in Their- Congratulations Members of Divisions 8 Were Hosts and Did the Honors I MANY ABLE ADDRESSES MADE Division 3 A 0 H celebrated theJitsfounding streetslhursdll sentative members of each division Auxiliar congratulate the division on Its twentyfourth anniversary and to wish it many more years of success It wall the first of the series of en tertainments that the Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary propose to give dill ing the fill and winter Division 1 followed in the wake of DivislprtfS Mith a euchre on Tuesday tand on Thursday night Division t gate U danceThe 3 was crowded with good natured Hibernians and their lady friends when President meetingtosion for the celebration He thanked tho visitors for their attendance and then introduced State President George J Butler as Chairman of the evening Mr Butler expressed this pleasure at the presence of so many visitors particularly the presence of the ladies lIe called upon William M Higgins eldtor of the Kentucky s Irish American for an address Mr Higgins responded briefly and paid more attention to the work of the Ancient Order in general than to the history of Division 3 Miss Teresa McDermott State Secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary was the next speaker On behalf of tho ladies she extended congratulations to the division and wished it ninny years of usefulness William J Con nelly Statet Secretary gave assur nirctfoTHho upjJort of thoStafe r Board to Division 3 In nil Its under takings Chairman Butler next called upon President Patrick T Sullivan who reviewed the history and work of the division and told f the members that they had just reason to feel proud of the record Among the charter members he mentioned Michael Sheehan George J Butler M J Ford and Thoman Kennedy Prom the time tho divisioni got its charter until the present It lias never had less than ninetysix members and at present has more than 100 in good standing Like all Hibernians the members of the di- vIsion have always stood for the social and moral advancement of the Irish people Division 3 he said in the twentyfour years of its exist ence has given to tho order three State Presidents two State Trees urers and three County Presidents and one National Director and ho spoke feelingly of James Coleman sixteen years service as State Secret r Mr Sullivan related many in stances of deeds of charity unosten talously practiced by members of Division 3 Since1 Its founding It has disbursed 21000 in sick and death benefits has contributed liberally to outside charities and still has a hal ance on hand Others who offered felicitations were Misses Fnnnle Kennedy Rose Sweeney Elizabeth King and Law r rence Muckey David Maloney sang a baritone solo that was liberally ap plauded Ills accompanist was Miss Dora Cottrell Miss Mary Corcoran Y song Killarney with fine effect and gave OHeilloy as an eilcoreibyTomeseral popular songs In the bend were Will and Grant Kilkelly and Edward Melvin Miss Julia Kelly rendered an appropriate solo and Miss Corlnne Byrne rendered a piano solo Miss Dora Cottrell pleased nil with n piano solo Michael Sheehan told t briefly the benefits to be derived from membership in the order For mer Stnto President Thomas Keenan wJjhJhJRlnnficers oh their good work James SecretaryDaniel nedy also made brief addresses Mr Kennedy expressed the hope that there would be a membership of 250 in Division 3 when the next anni wDuringw cake cigars and other light rofresh meats were dispenser and nil were pleased with Division 3s hospitality PREPARES FOIL JUBILEE i The Right Rev Bishop Janssen of Belleville 111 Is preparing to echo brate his golden sacerdotal jubilee on thatdiocesemonies durlng the day and there will ben torchlight procession nt night JESUIT aiADB WISIIQP V Time nlghtlc Monslgnbr Fal conio 1Jr stqcII at the consecration of the Rev Father LaurenuB Veresy o rr the Province 0f texlcoa Bishop Tjjia consecrationwas held in the city reqIJeatotlw1dentD Vere iin a member tr To what se- E been fflfeAu at I ENTUCKY YT2ISH AMERIOAlOY r 0 I I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflU I Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanccmement of Irish Americans a Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C jBntuedat the LouUvllle PoitoHlce a SecondClaj flatter Address all Communlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West dreei St TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1908 r DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN VICTORY FOR IJRYAN The Presidential election I5s only ten days oft and everything seems favorable to William leanings Bryan the Democratic nominee and his Vice Presidential colleague loin W Kern The llepubllcans are on the run The Republican nominee Judge William II Taft is still making a whirlwind tour In an effort to stem the tide that he sees about to sweep him and his party into destruction Mr Bryan is also touring the eountVy Through all his travels he has made n bravo and a dignified fight Novel he sees victory in the air and believes that the principles of the party he stands for are about to be realized On the other hand Mr Taft and President Hoosevelt have lost their tempers in denouncing Mr Bryan and the record of Democracy Even the T celebrated Joe Cannon attempted to r attack Mr Aryans personal record t as a moneygetter Mr Cannon was called so quick it made his head swim 5 The trouVlc now is to locate how the unemployed men are going to vote At a low estimate there are 1400000 unemployed mex who arc entitled to vote All of these ought to be at work and earning from 150 to 5 or more a tiny They have suf fared from the panic that struck the country last October Do any of them believe that the Democratic party had the remotest thing to do with bringing about such n condition of affairs Roosevelt was President then as now how then could Mr Ilryan create such n panic It was j eight months after the panic begun before the Demo ratio platform was built How then could Democracy cause such a cessation of Industrial movements If Republican rule brought about tho panic what reason is there to believe that it will restore confidence and normal conditions If the Republican party for political purposes deprived men of their chance to earn their dally bread de prived women and children of their sustenance is it not a poor party to be associated with Tim CLOSED SHOP The Printing Trade News one of the best journals of the country de voted to the interests of printers andl publishers has the following to say anent the Typothetae The United Typothetaes worst enemies seem to be Its most energetic and loyal members carried away by an impossible theory As to wisdom well experience ought to teach but sonu times It doseut Whats the sense of fighting wlicn trade agreements with an arbitration court provide peace The open shop is a pretty theory that the practical printer knows can not prevail so long as the members of time unions have their spare time to use in organizing and so long as their organization by gain ainsbenefits for their members is u permenent magnet to nil workmen And now with a pension system and home for incapacitated the Typo graphical Union tho leader and model Of all tho printing office unions will store and moro Increase iitsmenibersliip1o fight against such odds is nonsense ahd to tie the unions Up with working agreements t is sense The United Typothetae de serves to lose the confidence of its locals and it seems probable most a of the latter will make eontracts on the eighthour tiny basis after Janu ary 1- Kvery word the editor of the Print rh3 Trades writes is correct and the 0only salvation of the rYlothetaelsi to make peace The union has made no unfair demands in another place I tho editor of the Printing Trades writes In the ranks of labor there is a radical clement among whom the socialist doctrine that there 4s eternal war between capital and labor linda iavor Tluomen do not like the theyiirldleule It as an instrument of peace r ikftyreeofrnize Has at least a truce They would have neither peace nor true They would be ready at any moment whenever they deem the Mi caition tin ppitortfme one to strike a blow t capital Tofehterahemielei1- vI oDtIfraatl u r lisp i I erent point of view the height of I folly limit the reactionary views set j forth above do not characterize the body of American employers neither does the radical standpoint represent- the body of American workmen The Vast majority of both arc coming t a reasonable view of the probleml and our trade expects in ten years to seen working understanding at least In tho printing trade The trade agreement must come before there will be final peace be twccn labor and capital Concerning tlc visit of William Jennings Bryan to Louisville Tuesday night the Evening Post said ou Wednesday that there were 106 people In the parade People win saw the parade Tuesday night and who were unfortunate enough to have to read the Post next day could not help repeating the old adage Figures dont lie hut liars will figure The Xnvicrian Urotters who wll have charge of the new home for working boys St Lawrence Institute are undertaking a noble work mid the gratitude of the public iis due them and the good men and women who have so ablj assisted them li due time n gymnasium and an Indus trial school will be added All should help this good work RURAL CATHOLICS Enjoyed Ceremonies at Pewee Volley On Sunday The Catholic population in Pcwec Valley and vicinity were greatly pleased with the elaborate cere monies attendant upon the Forty Hours adoration at St Vloysius church which began Sunday morning mid closed on Tuesday morning A number of Louisville priests went to Iewee Volley to assist the Itev Father floes pastor of St Aloyslus churchThe celebrant of the solemn high mass on Sunday was the Rev Father Thomas Murray assistant pastor of St Cecilias church while Rev Father floes was deacon and the Dev Joint D Knlahor of St Colum Las chrch was subdcacon and the Itev Father Itachniann master of ceremonies the sanctuary and altars were profusely decorated with flowers and Illuminated with candles The llev Father floes Is much gratified with the number of his parishioners who approached the sacraments and who attended the services on Sunday Monday and Tuesday RECEXT DEATHS Miss Rose McCouen a beloved lady of the West land died at the home oC- her sister Mrs John Hourignn 1325 nllTheI ricks church Monday morning u Mrs Bridget Coleman tiled nt the homo of her brother Michael Policy 1777 Wilson street Thursday morn ing She was the widow of Thomas Coleman and was esteemed by all who knew her The funeral took place from St Georges church Saturday morning- Mary Frances McGrath the thir teenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas E McOrath died Satur day at the homeof her parents 2431 Slevln street and was burled from the residence Sunday afternoon The parents have the deep sympathy of many friends in their grief Dr Matthew tuber an old and respected practioner of medicine in Louisville anti Jefferson county died at his home on Douglass boulevard near the Bardstown road last Mon day Five daughters two of whom are Dominican nuns survive him The deceased was Seventynine years old and a native of Germany Isis fu neral took place front the Sacred Heart Retreat on Thursday morning It was attended by a large number of friends and acquaintances The community was shocked to learn of the death of Mrs Josephine Schupp which occurred at the faulty residence 013 East Jacob street Saturday morning The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church Tuesday morning The deceased was an estimable young matron Her husband Joseph Sell pp survives her She was the daughter of Dep uty Sheriff Joseph Ludwig and leaves ninny sorrowing friends anti relatives to mourn her untimely death SAVED INNOCENT IJOV Ifhcre was a dramatic incident at Italy nI few days ago at the close of the trialof a lad of seventeen named MarcttI who was charged with the theft of a gold watch antI chain The court was oil the point of sentencing him to jail foe a couple of years when the parr ish priest of Ills native village of Scalso hurriedly entered and holding aloft the stolen property which he had received from the real thiefl pro claimed the ladV innocence Time JJawyer wanted the pre8t to reveal bin Identify of time culprit tbut he declared that he would ratler aie than do so libdwG w1tw pw Ir g SOGIEtY i Miss Lizzie Weitzel spent tho week visiting relatives in brankfortII Mrs Annie Drlscoll was time guest of relatives at Stithton last week Mrs Fannie McDcrmott of Klla bethtown is the guest of Miss Nora Hamilton this week I Mrs Charles Vllller and children n I have returned from Tiptop where theyspent the summer Mrs Annie Burke and daughter Mamie were the guests of Mrs JiLynch at West Point last week Mrs Kate Hold rick of Lebanon has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Samuel J Boldrick for several days Mrs D Doerhoefer formerly Miss Helena Hanlon and son of St Louis are visiting Mrs Hanlon in Portland Mrs George Wright is the guest of her slaughters Mrs Naco ODonncll and Mrs J S Mahoney nt Owens boro Miss Kate Bresllii and her niece + Mrs M J OLaughliu of Houston Texas have just returned trout II visit to Cleveland Misses Katie May Murphy am I Allele Torpey have returned frontI Shelbwille where they were tin guestst of Mrs Will hays Miss Mabel Johnston mind Mlchae 1I McDermott of Madison Ind weret the guests of Mr maul Mrs Join QJashaw at Parkview for several day s Miss Tillie Evcrin of South Louis vllle lion gone to Paynes Station where she will be maid of honor at the FeaueyFluuegau wedding on October 28 On Wednesday marriage liceitscsI were issued to W D McLain amidI Miss Florence Casey William Loin unit and Miss Llllle Brodcriek Timothy Hart and Miss Hannah Foley Mrs Edward Donahue has an nounced the approaching marriage oC- her sister Miss Margaret Null Mee lion to Dr Charles O Jfoff Tho wedding will take place early next mouth Benjamin llreen who lens beet seriously ill of typhoid fever at his fathers residence in Lafayette town ship Ind is much improved and hopes for his speedy and complete recovery are entertained Another baby girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs tarry Jacob Heeler street New Albany Li e her three sisters she Is a little beauty Site Is a ninepound baby and papa mamma uncles and aunts as well as grandparents lire all proud of herMiss Lillian C Kohlcr anti Robert- O Goebel were united in marriage Tuesday Mr Goebel is a member of Trinity Council Y M I and served severall terms as Secretary of that organization The bride Iis one of the most beautiful and accomplished young ladies in the Last End Miss Mary J Hynes and Thomas J Campion were married at St Oharles Borromco church Tuesday afternoon time Itev Father Haffo of ficiating The wedding was n quiet one The bride is a charming girl of tho West End and Mr Campion Is a popular member of the police force A Lobrcd city representative for Hirsch Bros Company has become convalescent after an attack of ty phoid fever which confined him to Led for three months He was able to leave the Infirmary this week ami will soon be able to resume his duties His many friends are con gratulating him on his recovery Cupid lens been busy In Louisville recently and as a result there was n rush on the County Clerks office Tuesday The following marriage licenses were granted W II Bauerl and Miss Katie Noble Lawrence M Fallon and Miss Annie B McDonough Elmer Watson and Elizabeth Ger ardtn John II Wcltlnuf and Louise 5f Hackel William E Simonis announced to his friends this week that ho would not be willing to change places with President Roosevelt or any potentate that walks time earth Twin babies a boy and a girl arrived at his home 2822 St Xtxvlcr street on Tuesday progressIng purchased silver cups for each of the babies as a surprise but wilt not pre sent them until ho learns what names to have engraved on tho respective cups A very delightful surprise party was given last Saturday in honor of Miss Maymo Owens at her home 1503 Seventh street Those present were Misses Mnyme Owens Catherine Ansbro Mayme Ansbro Mayme Coyne Hattio and Anna Howard An nnbellc anti Eleanor Coyne Itheina Houlihan Estelle Owens Clara Mayme anti Jlessle Wells Messrs Patrick Owens Fred Mooney Will Elzlc Too Eirks Lee Tannahill Wil Illggs Sylvester Doyle David Owen Thomas Klggs Walter Adams M Dcely Joe Dudley Al1 Fleming Messrs and Mesdames Patrick Owens Patrick Stone Lee Brown Ernest Smith John Wells and Mes ontlMarkslance and Dutch supper FATHER VAUGIIANS VIEW preachlag t11CXO Popery howl of a con temptible minority of militant Prot estants load frightened the intrepid leaders of the British empire out of their wits Tho only way In which the Government could repair Its folly would be by abolishing that passage Iii the coronation oath by which the Sovereignl swore that twolvo millions of his subjects were idolaters HOPKINS THEATRR 1aaeballfatis floakoidto time Hop Inn Theater Iadrovetm front Sunday fUrnoori until Wednesday night They MW and anplauded tie moving pictures showing a game between Detroit clubs Tins pictureswere declared the greatest ever Time remainder of the week was filled out with other good motion promisenn9 week ATHLETIC PRACTICE Served to Save Priest FromI Bullet ofWould Be Assassin Athletic training saved the life o the Rev Father u K Fielding pastor of Corpus Christ church Chicago last Sunday A strange norm was act ing suspiciously in the entry to tho church Father Fielding njiproachcd1 and asked what he was doing 1h stronger drove n revolver and shoved it into the priests face but the lot ter hit straight from the sltouldc- ul r floored mile wouldbe assassinI just as the revolver went off A bullet grazed Father Fieldings tem pie He was dozed for a second and his assailant started to run At tin foot of the stairs ho fired onetime shot at the priest who was in pursuit Priests and citizens followed the fellow for several blocks hut he man aged to elude them Father Fielding is President of the Chicago Gaelic Athletic Association and a powerful othleteIIIOUItTY HOURS PRAYER The beautiful devotion of the Forty Hours prayer will begin att St Charles Borroineo church nt the morningtand on l r ling The sanctuary has been taste fully decorated for the occasion CLIFTOCRKSCEXT CLUB The Cltfto Crescent Cluh will give a euchre for a worthy cause nt the Delmont Club on the afternoon and night of November 11 Tile ghesIlOoming event promises to eclipse nilI former efforts IIOXOR FOR KEITY Hon La Vet Clements State President of time Y M T has appointed Edward Kellyof Tfrinity Council District Deputy The appointment will prove n popular one because Mr Kelty is a tireless and cornet- Iworker and has many friends h every council in the jurisdiction who will rejoice over his appointment SOLEMN DEDICATION The new St Lawrence Institute 233 East College street will be sot emnly dedicated at 3 oclock tomor row afternoon limo Very Rev Father James P Cronin will officiate and will bo assisted by the Rev Fathers Patrick Walsh and George W Schuh man A number of other clergymen and quite a nnmmberof prominent laymen will bo present at the exor rises CHARITY FAIR The charity fair given under the auspices of the St Vincent do Paul Society of New York opened at Trans figuration Hall last Sunday afternoon The funds that nccrne will b distributed among time poor Queen Margherita of Italy sent a hand some bronze statute to be disposed of The attendance has been large and time tables are laden with many handsome articles PROYEI SUCCESSFUL Division 1 gave its euchre Tuesday night and its spacious quarters in Falls City Hall were crowded with 200 players Had not William Jennings Bryan been a counter attrac tion there would have been ninny turned away Twentysix handsome anti valuable prizes were awarded It was the first of a series of entertain mentsflannCll by Division 1 for tutu EXCELLENT WORKERS The Democrats of the Second and Third wards met at Zocllcrs Hall Shelby and Itoselane streets last Monday night and organized a per manent Democratic club It started out with 125 members each of whrra IN to pay 1 a year dues Another meeting of the club will be held next Monday night at 8 oclock and the members who are all sterling Demo crats will be ready to work for the party any or all the time HACKETT SCORES A HIT I lion Edward 7 Hackett of New Albany and Councllmanatlarge In that city has been ono of the most indefatigable workers in entertaining the Ohio Valley Improvement Asso elation this week He not only at tended the sessions but took time from his private business to escort a number of the delegates around tutu three Falls Cities His guests voted him a prince of good fellows and his New Albany friends are making no mistakes in booming him for the Mayoralty nomination tfi NEW CATHOLIC SCHOOL The parochial school attached tot Peter Clavers church for colored Catholics and located on Lampion street between Jackson and lInn cock will bo solemnly dedicated at 730 oclock tomorrow evening The Very Item Father James P Cronin will preside nt the dedicatory cere monies and will be assisted by the Item Fathers Richard O P M Con i Htantine O P M who Is In charge of St Peter Cla ers church at pres priestsTheof the religions orders and will open Monday with forty pupils REPUHLICANS FAVOR HIM i Lieut Ittiinejander Waldo of tho Sixtyninth llegjmeht who is running for Congressman from the Fifteenth New York district on the Democratic ticket is promised a large support from Republican National Guardsmen In the district In the different armories mans of the National l Guardsmen of different parties have pnhnlsod to work for Ills election and though tie district U Ilcpxvblican with the mipport he IIII promised his chauoea for etetioh are considered eweltoni 1 1aI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The Brooklyn councils have decided on January 10 as the date for their next charity ball This has grown to ho one of the great social events of the season in Brooklyn The Fourth Degree Assembly of New Haven and Hartford Conn willI be seen in drill and dress parade at the ball to bo given under tho nuts thfi night of Thursday October 27 Now Yorks united councils arci planning an indoor athletic meet which will be held at the Sixtyninthi Regiment Armory on November 14 GrCantceNew York will enter the contests pubr list of books in English by Catholic authors It shows that 3000 volumes written by Catholic authors are available for free circulation in the Chicago Public Library The Wisconsin State officers have arranged an extensive course of lee lures for the fall and winter season Three lectures will be given in each council In the State Prof J C Mon nghan Rev Father IL C Hengell and a representative citizen of Milwaukee will be the lecturers Green Bay Council gave a reception in honor of Rev Father L A IMcklin pastor of St Johns church of tltn city who recently made a trip through Western Canada After he had addressed them on the beauties prelcntcdJllmr charm ANTEDATES CHRISTIAN ERA While employed in a field on his own farm located nt Ballygawley County Tyrone the owner unearthed n slab which contained to him mys terious letters Tho find has been AntiqunrlanSoclct association that tho yearmbefore XATUnAUZIiUlnmmCx Among tile names mentioned as n probable successor to Cardinal Stein huber as n representative of th Society of Jesus In the College n- c r Cardinals Is that of Father Brand S J till learned director of the Ctvilto Cattolica Father BrandI taught for n number of years nt Woodstock Md and while there be came an American citizen CHOKER IS COMING Richard Croker the former boss of Tammany Hall now a resident of Ireland will still for New York on November and will remain for two months He will travel extensively through the United States aunt West Indies Mr Croker this week sen 1000 to swell time national Demo erotic fund timid 500 to the Xew York State Democratic campaign fund DIED AT KMAHETHTOWX Kdward Gibbons an old and re spected citizen of Klizabethtown died nt his hone in that city Tues ye Mr Gibbons was a native of Ireland and a devout Catholic lIe had spent the greater part of his life as an employe of railroads anti had accumulated quite a little fortune Time funeral took place from St James church Klizabethtown on Wednesday IIEMEMHERS VENICE According to the Standards cam respondent in Rome the Pope has Informed time Mayor of Venice that by way of doing something for tho city of which he was Patriarch he will commemorate the jubilee of his prollInlr of the bells for tho Campanile of St Marks and for the restoration of the golden angel which used to adorn time summit of the old tower The Mayor has gracefully accepted the Popes offer NEW CARMELITE CONVENT A new Carmelite convent is being built in Seattle through the generosity of a retired Catholic cap Italixt Malcolm MacDougall of Orlllia Wash The convent will lbe completed about Christmas time when about fifty Carmelite nuns from various parts of the country will take up their residence there There are only five other convents of the order in the United States They are located at St Louts New ark Pittsburg Baltimore and New Orleans The Seattle convent will cost Including all its ffurnishings 50000 LITTLE GIRLS WIT The Rev FnMier OBrien who is in charge of the chapel car St Anthony which is now en route through the Hast tells an amusing story in con nection with his trip through Wiscon sin In one town a great crowd of children visited limo car from the parochial school They were anxious to have a photograph taken and the photographer was summoned limit one little girl was in n hurry to pet out of the group One of the officials of the car assured her that she would be welcome to come into the picture but the little girl in alarm said Why no 1 am n Protestant TInt a com panion spoke up and suggested Tint makes no difference it wont show on time photograph urn COAL CREATOR j Uncle Sam Is the big coal creator He produces nt least onethird more than John huh his nearest rival At the present rote of use English coalfields will be exhausted it is thought in a little over 600 years which seems at first sight to be a fairly tom fortable reflection but Jtfl clear that time use of coal will go on in creasing until the shortage anti consequent rise In price check the demand Although oho demand may not bo In the enormous proportion yettlimoremain at the present figures unless drastic tepBbe taken to prevent toprQjthakGrMtTIri1alnscOal level WO years yet W U witlitn Mite STEWART DRY GOODS COBusiness Established Sixty Years Yr lttt sTOIE SWomens Tailored WaistsN- ETt WAISTS AND SWEATER COATS ALL ATTRACTIVELY PRICED FOR THIS WEEK White Dotted Net Waists tailored effect silk lined sleevesSpecialrI l I Womens Sweater Coats patch pock rolling collar colors gray navyI Ietsjand whiteSpecial price I Sweater Coats patch pockets border trimming down frontI Icolored and pockets Special I Womens Black Taffeta Silk Tailored Waists box or plaited front long sleeves and tail 1 1side price I Womens Tailored Waists made in satin duchess J front tailor button trimmedI Ip1aitedand all colorsPrice J I Net Waists in cream and white silk lined lace and 1 sleevetSpecial price I neck long and ankleI at I Vests Pants and at I W I I 50c h I ns I extra sizes Black Pants ankleI price 575doublebreasted 350 eWomens singlebreasted collarSpecial 500II sideJ395 375 InIWomens Knit Underwear CORRECT Womens AUTUMN White IMainI r Ihigh garment sleeves length sWomens White Cotton Mediumweight TightsSpecial garment MediumweightVestsIVests quality Special Monday garment I IWn Yhite Cotton Corset Covers iumweightj Iepricesrregular Cotton length IChildrns Special 50cf 29c1 i n n+ STEWART DRY GOODS CO Iarorpont4 CONNECTION WITH jAYES YoU BfElr 4 lit NEW YOfUL 000011000 1100000001010010 001001 t OFti tl Clothinge1 iiSaturday October 24th at 9 Oclock II Z We commence the biggest sale of Mens and Boys Clothingf we have ever held Our two big factories are overloaded and qtheir entire surplus stocks have been turned f 4Pants oIAND BOYS COMPLETE t11MENS ARTHUR J KINSELLA Managertt + ++ ++ 110110N0101001M100010N 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY t For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky melmIJLUNIONM- ADEOVERALLS 45c LEVYS special blue Denim Overalls and Jackets at 45c and the Carhart goods at 90c a garment LEVYS and PIJO WINS OHAIIPAOJlUff KOliD I345 West Green Street mOAB h + 1 Give your boys an educatioo that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Conducted by tlieC averlan Brotlicrn Classical Scientific and lHutiies Courses Preparatory De Well1quippedGymnasium range of possibility that if the pres eat increased consumption continues a period may come within a few generations when time cost of coal has orelgnJnarkehItoEri nnda own fiIt 0 f 600 75c I U I 25c I SOc M f OUTFITTERS Democratic Nominee Ky 9Oc TRIRD MARKET STS fir ALL LIQUORS Horn Phont 1942 Cumb South 6- 28TflQUKEflHEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST deliveredIncharges Patent medlclneiJlltcutptlc- esSCHooL SUPPLIES 1OYsiEtcWIXTII AND OAKt + x IJ I K T7S7HY IRISH AMERICAIK 0 I NNONIANNNNNNNNliKNN NNNNaN NNN E TRACY L H STRAUB IIJ PHONES 3- 63ITRACY IIBOTH STRAUB I FUNERAL DIRECTORS IIAND EMBALMERS I crl STREETShort i vNNNNN NNN et NNNNNNNNNINNN HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS s38 East iJNdCaira Street ++ 1+ Oran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furntahed for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 It It t t t t t t t t t t t It +44++++ + 4t + + 4t + + t IIIIII II I D J DOUGHERTY S J McEtLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTI Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS- All i Calls Answmd Promptly Day or Night tI STREETFI +++ + + +++ tttt+ iITHOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AH ulghtCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST We dout presume to dictate to you JtQWiYOII hall plaster your walls DIAMOND H to remind you that In the end WAII lttM1Kentucky I INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2207 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosler Wall Plw ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed 1140 Overhill Street t HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Kentucky WhiSKies especially Pearl oB- OTTLED P Nelson IN BOND 111111948 234 SIXTH STREET HENRY MOLD DEAL iRIN J SIQltIIFIcyGrtcrluJI s p II 541 W WAUIT eU- II MRCRULHYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday even- Ings and Wednesday matinee THE RIGHT OF WAY 1IOC HOPKINS IOC1 Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Satur- dayCOLISEUM NOW OPEN SKArINGEvery Day and Sunday All the new Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices Whitesides Bakery I4TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery In the World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to publicforImprovedbakery OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as plantinSAKE come and see how we make Mothers Bread Have you bad a look at the clock GnasSfl Kooers BOOK GOII PRAYER ROOKS 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 bris Magazines ad Ret IwssArtlcles Or KVKRT DORIP1IOtf 434 West Jefferson Street FOOT LOTION Aching or tired feet may berelieved quickly by plunging theta In hot water which contain table spoonful of common baking1 aoda 0- D HIBERMANS What They Have Been Doing the Put WeekOeneral- News Notes During the past year Cuynhoga county Ohio gained one new division and 500 members Division I meets Monday night and as this will be the last of the month a large attendance is longed for Members of the order In Newark X J are already planning for their St Patricks day parade next year Not Albany sent a fine delegation to the euchre of Division 1 chaper oned by Messrs and Mesdames Whin anti Hlchnrd- sDhIllIn 1 will trot meet until elec tion night An effort will be made to receive the returns otherwise there will be an early adjournment At Worcester Mass the County Board has already elected its three delegates to the next national conven tion to be held at Portland Ore in 1910 Both the Jeffersonvllle and Xew Albany divisions arc making steady progress When they have auxiliaries there will be something doing all the timeThe Ladles Auxiliary has presented Division 2 of Yonkers X Y with two Handsome silk banners one an American and the other the Irish emblemMiss Fannie Kennedy County Pres lent nnd Miss Hose Swcencj Presi dent of the Ladies Auxiliary cap tured handsome prizes at the euchre of Division 1 John Mulloy Martin Cusick James Harry Thomas Clines Thomas Dolan and James Kilkelly were the reception committee for Division 1 on Tuesday night- Jeffersonville nnd Xew Albany willI soon have auxiliaries The initiatory steps will bo taken by Miss Mary Corcoran who will represent the Indiana State President At Itockvllle Conn the Hibernians will be honored on November 17 by Chnplaln1ntherPresident Philip J Sullivan At Minneapolis last Sunday the Hibernians and the Thistles the lat ter a Scotch team playedn match game of football A member of the ClnunnGael refereed the game Charles Finnegan Thomas Keenan Jr and Thomas Lawlcr deserve credit for the success of the euchre given by Division 1 A larger hall nrfalrrhei Hritaln Conn was tendered u re ception by the Ladles Auxiliary of his town on his recent return from Europe The reception and dance of Divis ion 4 at the University School build- Ing was an unqualified success All who attended are anxious for thefcommittee to give another before the holidaysDivision 1C of Marlboro Muss is making elaborate preparations for the dedication of its new building on or nboutThankKgiving day The new building will be equipped with all modern conveniences anti cost t 000 The first division of the order in New Hampshire was organized at Nashua forty years ago It had five charter members At present there arc divisions In all the large towns and an aggregate membership of 2500 Division 0 of Syracuse is planning n series of euchresouc to he played after each of the next five meetings At each party six pHes will be awarded for high scores and at the conclusion of the series four grnndI prizes will be given for the best total scores The division In Cheshire county NIL 1 has bought two copies of flit Irish in the American devolution publiclibrariesingham Vt This is practical work and sets an example for other divisions nnd county boards all over tho United States e t CIIAItLKV 1IAC1KHTV IIOXOUKI Popular Charles II Hagcrty Dis triet Passenger Agent of the j Pennsylvania Company was honored at Peoria ill Friday of last week by being chosen President of theII Central Association of Railroad Offi clals The election meets with thoI manlyLouisville i COLKSIIUIIG PEOPLE WEI Miss Elsie Whcatly and Charles French prominent young people of Colesburg were married nt the res Idence of the Rev Father Charles P Jlaffo pastor of St Charles Bor romeos church Wednesday after noon Tho ceremony was performed j by the Rev Father Gastoldl pastor of the Catholic church at Colesburg UNITY BOYS TO DANCE T Unity Councils Entertainment 1 Committee line arranged to givo an 1 other of its select lances at Mnenm rchor Hall New Albany next Wednesday night Good music will 1 bo provided and the members of Mnckin nnd Trinity Councils of Louis j ddancesocially and financially and this one promises to be a still greater event TIlE COLISEUM The Coliseum skating rink opened for the Season on Tuesday night Although there were many former patrons of tho ring Viewing the big Bryan parade Manager Tmehart was eminently well pleased with the attendance Since then the attend ance has increased each night A splendid floor good music and capable attendants will make tho Coliseum n popular place of amuse ment during the fall nnd winter TIIRER FIREMEN I1URNED Capt Thomas Hargadon of the No 8 Engine Company add two of his men Patrick Minion and Patrick Byron were badly burned while fighting a fire at Thirteenth and Oak streets Friday night of last week They extinguished the flame that threatened serious cbnflajrra tlon out suffered personal Injuries C pttlIarradon hIandare in tIshape and the may not able tosee I port for duty for wverol week I Ii S SUCCESSFUL DANCE Lambert Young Council Y M I of Frankfort gave the second of Its fall series of entertainments on Wednesday A dance followed the euchre and there were many hand sonic prizes distributed The attend once was unusually large NOTHING DOING When President Jtobcrt T JJurke went to Mackin club house to preside meotlngfneselnmembers tic called off tho meeting and the quartette followed thei brethren to the JSryun demonstra tion MACAULKYSr TIIEATEIt The Might of Way dramatized from Sir Gilbert Parkers celebrated novel of that name will be the at traction nt Mncnuleys Theater dur lug the first half of next week with Standlug the leading roles- PATIl10rS SON DEAD Capt Tamos Milchcll son of IheInoted Irish patriot and historian John Mitchel tiled nt the home of his son John P Mitchel In New York City The deceased was sixtyeight years of age In ithe civil Will he rCfrlnllntIIIWill he wan in many battles owns wounded once In the chest twice In the leg and lost two fingers ED IULFOItDS TIHI Officer Edward Pulford begun his ten days furlough Wednesday morn ing He has taken a trip to Xew York Boston and other cities In ttin East and is being entertained liv police officers with whom he is ac IIIICmlIIIpopular policemen in Louisville ami his friends wish him a happy trip wcdfrom 1 GOLDEN JUItlLKK St llonl faces German Catholic Iongregation of Xew York City celebrated Its fiftieth niuiivcrsnfv last Sunday The solemn Jubilee moss liras eel h tllc1 bv Monsignor John Metter ProthtloYriry Apostolic and IIIXOImnna procession of tho parishioners In which the Knights of Columbus the Catholic Benevolent Legion and various sodalities joined 1 DIED AT LEXINGTON Albert Hclnl ono of the best known and most respected Gorman Catholics t In Lexington died Wednesday night i as the result of paralysis Mr Hcinl was stricken Sunday and from that IIODCMforbyhisI daughtersMrsHeinl Mr Heinl was n leveling mem ber of the Lexington branch of the Catholic Knights of America HIm 11m TO ItETIUE Sir Wilfred Laurlor the Canadian Premier made tin address last week at Montreal In which lie said that this campaign which ends October 21 will bo his last This Is the last fight In which T shall be engaged he saidwith great earnestness The years have already loft their hapetint of ask Is your support to enable mo to complete the work I Lora begun In the last twelve years Sir Wilfred predicted that his Government will bo sustained by a majority of from thirty to tarts At present it hums sixtysix HINTS ON STYLE at There Is n craze for embroidery In trimming p Iis vaguethanArtistic simplicity Is the dominant note of gownsII The one tone waist hUll had n ro bonndinto favor For dross wear whiny leather shoes still predominant There Is a metal touch in nearly winter costume Whatever the gown the accessories must be in tone with it t The stylish wrap of theI fall Is titfull or seven clghths length The new skirts sire revolutionary In tot and difficult of adjustment Next to broadcloth In the seasons mode comes serges and other twilled goods Collars made entirely of soft RntlnJribbon to match n frock or lint are smartDull j fashioned leather shoes are in fashionable jwomenwomenXc 3 ongthwlthloosobreasted Ono of the loveliest exponents of the new lace fashions1 is the lace ordered yell A perfectly flat back line is fash ionable In conjunction with the slen erest of hips New neckwear is exceedingly dainty fine nets out laces being Dnotchpronouncedlargo i being freely worn Bloomer petticoats have considerable favor because of the closeness of tho new skirts Narrow lawn ties daintily embroidered ri on the ends are much worn with linen collars Corsets arc high in time bust small lungfromJumpers are mollified into thut1 dlrectolre waistcoat of lace or linen worn under their coatstUnts are to he largo high crowned of satin many of them rinddr 1 distinctly dircctoire in shape Coat style sweaters are more than ever to tho fore and the newest ones are of stylish cut and finish 1 CATHOLIC COUNTRY I Of the ftwenty millions population of Ilraall abowt ll0000 0 are cthotter Thera are about 5360 churcheu and chapels b 1 ii IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Heavy rains have done much door age in County Mayo Very large catches of herring have been reported from Cork Timothy Llnehan n young Tip pcrary farmer was lkilled by train l1lrrrhas elected Mrs J J Fanning as clerkA branch of the Gaelic League at Drumlanc Is making satisfactory progress John OConnor n farmer of the Olin neighborhood was killed by a horses kick- Andrew lioche died In time Mouth Hospital as the result of being tossed and gored by an unruly Cow Joseph Duke a respected Hnon ocalcr nod one of the oldest residents of Kurgan CountyI death Is dead Michael OBrien a pupil of StI Jo sephs school at Cloumcl was drowned while bathing in the Snit Tenants on the Crossduff and Lurghamla estates County Louth node purchase agreements with the landlords The weather shows some signs of Improvement but many farmers de clare it has come too late to save the oats and other late crops The death of time Nov Father Pierce Walsh parish priest of Kil gobiuct Duiigarvau is regretted throughout the County Waterford Mrs Mary Bclrne who attained yearsdiedburied In the Tifbbereleyn cemetery Mrs Owen McCabe of Middlctown County Armagh raised in her garden this year three large potatoes whose aggregate weight is six pounds eleven ounces William Itoddan n young farmer of the Klloen vicinity 1 Kings county fell deal from heart dlsccase Time body WitH found in a drain and al most submerged Miss Mary Anno MacLooue daugh ter of Bernard MuoLoono Glcntics County Donegal has made lice pro fession as n nun at St Josephs Con vent at Manchestert lion Francis M Median of Manor humllton member of Parliament for North Leltrini and Miss Mary A Hamilton were married in St Marys church Bclturbct The Kev Father Thomas Brannan has been appointed parish prlestnt Currlu to succeed time lev Father James McElrov who has keen trans ferret to Jnniskccn According to the latest returns there has been a decline of 40000 acres or 17 per rent on the tollilt area of torn and pgreen crops for this season in County Mayo Patrick Flynn ninety years of age and n resident of County Waterford lost his way on the mountains anti his dead body was found innr Mount Mollerny severalI days later The largest cattleI drive yet re ported took place in the County Clare Three hundred sheep mid 500 cattle were driven from gralng lands on five forms in I tit Dooliu district Coleiiinii Sullivan ngod forty years and Patrick Mdia eighteen years old were drowned in Galway Bay when their boat crashed into a rock Thus fur their bodies have not been recoveredFrom Lough Erne conies the news tho drowning of four young urn who were rowing in an open boat The names ore JEugene McGaurau Patrick Sweeney loin Fitzpatrick and Gerald Brown The Very llev lather Donnelly pre sided at n mass meeting at Carick more when n motion was passed protesting against the resolution adopted by the Oniagh District COOn ell in favor of compulsory attendance the national schools parishrlesti dead after a years Illness Since 1872 ho har worked for the irestora tiara of the lands of Draugau and Cloncen to the tenant farmers anti lived to set that work consummated Hallway and steam packet com panies are complaining of hard times Not only is trade falling off hut the price of coal has increased The Chairman of the Dundnlk Steam Company has just made his annual report to the directors He showed hat the heavy goods traffic had fallen greatly below that of the coy responding period for 1907 and nt the same time coal had cost the com pany 5000 more OLDEST PRIEST DEAD Time venerable and Very Rev Canon C Moynlhan the oldest priest in tho United States died nt the tonne of relatives in Chicago last week He was born In the village of County Cork Ireland May 1008 and consequently had passed tile century mark He suffered from no disease It was simply the weight- of years that carried him off Until two years ago he was able to cell brate mass dally BALTIMORE HUMORS According to dispatches from Baltimore there are persistent rumors that the Right Jlov Bishop enis J OConnell nt present rector of the Catholic University at Wash ington D C is to be appointed condjutor Mishap of Baltimore The snore rumors have it that Vicar General Owen B Corrigan Is to be como Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore Church authorities have neither doled nor confirmed tho rumors IRISH ORGAN BUILDER A recent search among the muni ments of Blpon Cathedral disclosed interesting fact that the builder of the Cathedral organ in 1530 was Irishman Tames Dempsey From he specifications would seem to have been n noble instrument nnd credit on its Irish builder This Tames Dempsey according to organbonderl lie settled In England in 1539 and built many organs lira last work JtorgnnJnJ561aridJulyi 1587 j cabtwlatplyDietI FRANK FEHR po BREWING GO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913TIZID WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for puritystrength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVXLL KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME 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SPEOISX GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C Green Black or Used Teas an45cexcellent grade 1 pound f- orMULLOY COFFEE i ROASTER Home Phone ijaj S lZ W AIa12ICIT ST EETXI zBaac 1908 November Election 1908 y1 ADAMSPAHN Democratic Nominee f- orMAGISTRATEFifth Magisterial District Composed of 1st 2nd orad Sid Wciird BANNON QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Neal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range Iin the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new improvements this year will keep it In the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all Iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND yvvsvvws P BANNON1L Vlciprts Ie Trm H M WOLTRING StcriUry PPBaDDDDSSeww Pipe I ao1 Salt Glazed Sewer a8tt Culvert Pipe Rumens Patent Lidded farSteaa Cea1uits- Wall Cefei Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paring Brick 1 Fit lreal4IlaerpT eTl1ne Llalarf Fire Irick Crate snsd NlIer lie Grnallire Clay I 1CT Lawa Yu Vitrified Sidewalk I rlclt OFFICE 508512W JEFFERSON TISPIIONB1f3 WORKS JtkaMl Uxlacton iu d AafttUa Ave Isptb a4 lotfc ttau I aNI IMPOSING Will lie Tonights Demonstra ties by the Civic Ubcrt3ILeague Monster Street Parade WillI Attract Thousands to Coliseum Able Orators Will Express Their Views on Subject ot Prohibition ALL STAND FOR TEMPERANC All lovers of personal liberty ought to show their mnnhood tonight by marching with the Civic Liberty League to hear the addresses made by former Guy George Peck of Wis consin and Kubbl Samuel Sales oi St Louis It will be one grand parade south on Fourth street butt there will be a serIes of parades ol the minor divisions before tIle army of Civic Leaguers unite at the Court liaise One division will assemble atti Market Hull Shelby and Marke- streets another at JCocllcrs JJflH Shelby and Roselane streets a thir division at Turner Mall Jefferson near Preston street a fourth u Hecks Hall Jefferson street nee Second In the West End nnothc- division will assemble at Hed Mens Hull Thirteenth and Market streetwhile those in the center of the city will assemble at the Court House IIt has been planned to have all the divisions unite at the Court House sc that the parade may move promptly at 730 oclock The route will beI east on Jefferson to Fourth and southon Fourth to the Coliseum Sebastian Wcisbach will be the Grand byleast at The object of the parade and tile addresses Js to demonstrate that a majority of Louisvilles citizens arc opposed to prohibition that ddVo eating temperance they oppose tIle interference of any legislation that would deprive a man of tho right to buy A drink if he wanted it Both leading1ebrovPeck are thoroughly posted on tIlei subject They arc students of men nod affairs and have given time and money as well as thought in thei prosecution of their sociological re watches Goy Peck has recently tIuoughOIorJlain the South and Northwest where prohibition is new He also visited prohibitiontlOItell of his travels and investigations along similar lines The Louisville Civic Liberty League was founded in opposition to tho spirit of fanaticism shown by the members of tho Louisville Ministerial Association and the ntl Saloon League These men have become in temperate on the subject of temper ance They believe in legislating men buyinbeershowing bworll and example that temperance In all things Is a virtue The ministers and the AntiSaloon Leaguers have no more right to se prevent I I the saloon men would have to force a law to compel a preacher to visit dayMichael of the Personal Liberty League of Cincin nail lilt the nail on the head when he sold last weekI It hits been announced by tilt citythatchurches in Cincinnati will be occu pied by ministers who will speak on addressesSniersonalpurpose of explaining this ministers Idea of this topic An appeal will be made also by the ministers to vote for Governor Harris As In well known all church tllxntlon1hlsedifices for the worship of God and are supposed to be nonpolitical and nongovcrmental In their use When preachlug vent these houses of worship into political rostrums for the purpose of Influencing votes for the particular IndorllCtotheirqueslionpropertyworthyempt from taxation personallibertyquitelikelyOpinions of tile great mass of the people and usually are founded on facts that only present ono sldo of tile question The function of tho npnrt1romanti it was not designed by the founders of our Government that the church should ever he injected into or control our politics When minis tort depart from their churchly views ind tenets and become political panderers they usually alienate from their support thousands of liberal minded people In my humble opinion the dearth of church attend face complained ot all over the coun try Is caused mainly by tho departure Qt ministers from the true function of their vocation Mlnlstcrlalwillnppl4In Kentucky Politics and religion w111 not mix nntiliquor17 published a letter from a yes ilont of Okolona Miss now nprohi iltlon tnnnThe writer is an intelli Ant business man nnd writes inter estingly of conditions in his town He tells that there are very Jew total nliirtInenee men In the town The drinking men have to send 125 miles for their whisky andl the agent of tba express company who receives H I n paid liberal oommiMion front the lk uor louses Thla men pleads for- three mloon W contacted find un writ Wufr SOCIETY DIRECTORY A Q H I DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First andI Third Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Eiccnan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording Secretary Joseph T jyuchFinancial KcaneySergeantatArms Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Maclcey Financial Secretary J O llession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon ScrgcotntatAnnsPatrlck Begley DIVISION 4 ondnYIfDertrand HennessytVice President Thomas Lynch DcdiDonogh 1212 street YtBradyrSergenntatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1JEFFEIISONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole Treasurer Bernard A Colt Recording Secretary T OHern Financial Secretary Chas Itobardi Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Joyle J15cVR l I l MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House CiO Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana ban Second Vice President Samuel Robertson Recording SecretaryAustin E Walsh SecretaryThomasDnc11mnn Financial Secretary Frank 0 Adams TreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy have boys growing up and I have two of them whom 1 hope to raise total abstainers dread the influence of the brilliantlyI lighted music and laughterfilled saloons oven thought hl til mlnprlf nre not allowed In theta On thorother hand whycant we so raise these boys to have will power enough to resist all these temptations It seems to me that the weakness is not in the continuity of the saloon temptation but in the slackness of perpetual education in the home POLICE MYSTIFIED Who Stole Officers Wheel From Door of a Saloon Officer McQuiddy a bicycle patrol tuna assigned to the Sixth police dis tract mourns the loss of hin bicycle Hitherto it has not been reported to tho press Tim officer left his bicycle in front of n saloon nnd when he returned the bicycle was gone It has not been learned whether Mr McQuiddy entered the saloon or whether he tool a drink in the saloon after lie entered but it is knov that someone took the bicycle Another policeman also hailing from the Sixth Police district hind his pocket picked last week and was bereft of 15 lute Hoard of Safety ought to afford smite protec mightbebicycle or horse when he stops near a saloon Speaking of saloons anti the police ono farm was dismissed from the force this week because he entered a saloon On tics other hand the police arc instructed to enter all the saloons and cafes that they can find open on Sundays In a word they are condemned for doing things on week days what they are ordered to do on Sundays TRINITY COUNCIL Plans Mammoth Euchre For Near future at Phoenix Mill Trinity Council hold a strictly business meeting at Us new clubhouse Monday night with President James noKeUy In the chair Five new applications were received and Mace Goss who has been ill was re= ported restored to health The Err tertainment Cpmmlttce announced that it hind planned to give n mam moth euchre at Phoenix Hill Turk in the near future lheforthcoinlng bazar canto In for a series of reports from various sub committees and they President an pounced that the entries of con testants for the Haines piano to be awarded tin most popular lady would close Monday night OPEN NEXT WEEK picturehouseof Green strqe villl open nest week It will to the prettiest and cosiest of 111fdemandttwill beunder the management ot IM Piinous Ajnuwsmeflt CompanyWand the film will be new nutruative a toy end uptodate In every par KENTUCKY Will Help Boston to Celebrate Her Hplscopal Centenary Next Week Dominican Nuns From This Diocese Teach in New England Holy Name Societies Will have 6rand Parade Through Streets MANY DIGNITARIES WILL ASSIST For a whole week beginning to morrow and closing next Sunday the once Puritan but now Catholic Boston will celebrate the centennial anniversary of her elevation as n diocese Each day will have its sep prate functions and many Arch Bishops will assist in the celebration Monsignor Falconic and Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at different times but the guiding Laud of His Grace Archbishop Will lam II OConnell has planned it all The See of Boston was erected on April 8 180S and on the same day that the dioceses of Louisville New York and Philadelphia were created New York and Philadelphia have role bratcd their centennials Louisville has not made any attempt at cole beating thus far and now Boston is to celebrate The territory of the archdiocese ol Boston comprises 2405 square miles It was raised to archepiscopal dignity in 1875 and has a Catholic latibn of 850000 In the diocese proper there are 508 priests and 24i churches seventysix parochial schools three high class colleges for boys eight academies for young ladles and the aggregate number of children under the care and supervision of Catholic institutions Is 50000 v Kentucky and Kentuckians will take an interest in this Boston echo bration because she has been sending Dominican nuns to teach in the schools in that archdiocese for time last twenty years At present there are yno less than sixty white robed daughters of St Dominic hailing front St Catherines convent in Washington county Kentucky who are teaching in the parochial schools and academics of Boston Last week three boys former pupils of these Kentucky Dominicans left Boston for the American College at Rome to priesthood hoodXext Saturday has been set apart as a special day for the Sisters or the various orders They will all assemble at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross The nuns will assemble fn the basement of the Cathedral anti than proceed to the street and Into tho church There will be 1000 of them representing thirty different orders representedayJoseph will1 present 105 while tIle Sisters of Notre Dame will Lave be tween three and four hundred After the solemn high mass a sermon is to be priestThere why Louisville and Kentucky is interested In the Boston centennial The Rev Father Charles McKenna 0 P for merly Prior of St Louis Bertrands church in this city and who founded tho Holy jJjTnrne Society in that con gregatiojii bunded time Holy Tame Society ri Boston Now Boston hints a parishro1lIllllcName societies of Boston will have their part in the celebration on Sunday November 1 There will be n grand parade through the principal streets mill the demonstration will conclude with benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament In this connection a former Lou isville girl now a Dominican nun has written to relatives in this city In this parish GOO men I believe have given in their names and will march helngdrl11cdSergeants from the Watertown holyNamein July after the Dominican fathers lunch given their mission Thursday October 29 will be Childrens day but only fifty of time larger pupils from each school will ho permitted to attend the services at the Cathedral ONLY BEST MET Have Been Named by the Democrats for School Trustees produce our public schools because it is upon education that the county must de pend if the Republic is to survive Time Democracy of Louisville did itself proud on October 10 when It nomin SchlmplerAugustmann iMr Norton has served several terms as a member of the School Board from the Eighth and Ninth wards He has the experience and tho integrity to make good timber for President of tho Board Henry Schimpeler candidate from the Tenth ward like Mr Norton had no opposition for time nomination He BakingCompany affairsDr and August J Klein the candidates from the Elevenths and Twelfth wards need no Introduction to time people In their district The votes they polled in time primary showed that they were the best men for the place- GE11MANYS POPULATION arbookforUieGflrmolUfempJrl I3o1OOOTlseIter MTCiml years are taged a 11 lieu ttea e million ie sGREENESFOR I furniture Carpetsand 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 PRICESO- OOOOOOOOONOOONNN01 J OOONONNNONOONONNO 01 iiWHEN DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRYii t IPEERLESS LAUNDRY i iIcorpO Ar I n Family Washing 5C Per Pound Newest and Most Modern Plant in the City HOME PHONE 1641 CUMB Main 16a 32931I Third St a Louisville Ky ONOONNNNNONNONNOONOPONMNNN0000 999 10NNNNNNNNNNONO NOON NOOOON 00 ONOON i DISHESsi i KENTUCKY DAIRYTUEtLUNCH i 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST THE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundreds why not you see the sign JAltJES n CAlIP Ov1crtt ONNN ON 0000INNN00NNNNON NOON000ON N 1 415 Per Ton of 2000 Pounds BE GUIDED by your best judgment and put aside all prejudice in business matters If you never try FOX RIDGE you will never know what HIGH GRADE FUEL means Scanlon Coal CoICORtORATHD 405 UNION ICE CREAM CO 1Ieaaufctoturor oY 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 iiI BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky c wij FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 85U SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARTERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpdLambthe city We alto carry Early Fruits and Vegetables nnd all firstclass market product LOUISYILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Fort SCIENTIFIC AND WUCTICAL HORSE SNOEMG tt Horaes Called WM4 Deify llOFFICI AND MJ4UL8BVMRIK