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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1 p S j KENTUCKY IRIS AMERIcAN I I = VOLUME XXLNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 1908 PRICE FIVE CEN1 I GOOD HOME Working Boys Will Find Haven of nest at St Lawrence Institute Great Crowd Attendee Opening of the Domicile Last Sunday Able Addresses Made by the Benefactors ol the New Quarters NEAT BUT SIMPLE FURNISHINGS After years of thought and labor on the part of Catholic priests and laymen and with the full approval of tile Right Rev Bishop McCloskey1 tho diocese of Louisville has a home for working boys The new St Lawrence Institute at 223 East College street was formally dedicated last Sunday afternoon The Very Rev Father James P Cronin V G officiated anti was assisted by the Rev Fathers George W Schuhmann Patrick Walsh J R Clark O P Thomas York Andrew Thome John OConnor Daniel F Gallagher Cyril Vnndipette Daniel OSullivan A J Brady William Gausepohl and Earl Wide tic It is estimated that not less than 1000 laymen and women in torested in the work were present at the dedicatory services Father Cronin and the Assistant priests blessed the chapel its altar and statues first and then proceeded from room to room until the entire structure had been blessed The crowd was so large that all could not gain entrance to the chapel so at the conclusion of the blessing Father Cronin led the way to tIle spacious yardIn his address Father Cronin pointed out the necessity for such a home and told those assembled of its objects namely the saving of the souls of working boys and of surrounding them with Christian influences lIe urged all to support the home and to encourage the Xavcrian Brothers who are to direct it The second speaker was John J leadingbusinessBoard of Directors of the new home Like Father Cronin he told of the r8ntutCd for such an institution and dilated upon tho fact that many good boys out of money all working for scanty wages were going to ruin for tho lack of a home and moral opinion would make the home a success Frank A Ocher who had done much to make the home a possibility was the third speaker Ho said that it was one of the greatest pleasures of his lIfo to see the home so successfully started under way St Lawrence Institute he said would do a great work In saving boys for the Church and for the State lIe praised the good work that the Xaverian Brothers had donp in Louis villa for forty years past and urged all to support thd new home The Rev Brother Plus who will be tho Director of St Lawrence Insti tute and a number of other throughthoed with the equipment taste and cleanliness apparent everywhere On onlyfourlongittyboo3spected from the boys The Catholics and other charitable people of the city will bo called upon from time to imo to make up the deficiency The building is three stories high and was an old family residence The furnishings are simple but complete throughout On the first floor are librarydiningThe chapel is carpeted anti is adorned with a neat altar and handsome statuesThe dormitory is on the see ond floor Each boy has a corn fortable white enameled iron bed anti a locker for storing his clothing anti personal effects The Xnvcrlan sleeping The toilet and wash room is on the third floor and each boy will bo provided wlt11an iron washstand Brother Plus and the other Xaverlans who will dircot the home have been caring for training and educating the youths of the land for years and are wen equipped for the work they have undertaken They know and under goodlgiischlcvous they are will make good lenSt Lawrence Institute fills a long felt want in Louisville rind In all parishes the people are offering prayers that it may grow nail pros per FlUE IN EARTHS CENTER Scientists have arrived at the con elusion that the Bibllcul stony that the earth will bo eventually de strayed by flrolis correct In the fire the earth began and in fire It will 0end believes Prpf W floyd Dawkins d f the Manchester Museum TIle deeper we descend from the surface of the earth the higher grows the temperature Below fifty feet the temperature rises in Cite proportion o of one degree for every sixtyfive feet of depth except where currents of water carry the heat away The re sitlt ia that at R depth otjabout 4000 feet we reach a temperature of 8 decree or Wood i4fc TW rca en H exeeadhurl difficult to york coalpits blow thitt depth This it the reason thai Great Britains coal commission has decided that mines are not workable below 4000 feet The thickness of the solid rocks building up tho crust of the darth is al least thirty to forty miles At that depth the heat is such as would reduce everything on the surface of the earth to liquid But the pressure of the overlying rocks is so great that Until the relation of the heat to the pressure Is known it can not be said whether the earth at that depth is fluid or soli- d1JILtCII RIPE AGE Statistics Show Longevity- of Present Race In Ireland A cablegram to the New York World says The longevity of the Irish poor Is strikingly illustrated in the claims filed under the Asquith Budget for the old ago pension of live shillings jj week There were 16810 claims put in from all parts of the United Kingdom Of theso 273802 came from England with a population of 30000000 131610 from Ireland with a population of JSOOOOO anti 40077 from Scotland with a population of 4400000 The qualifying ago for pension claimants is seventy years Most of those who have availed themselves of tho right to the pension are from the country districts and this reveals a most interesting dietary situation The country folk in the United Ring dom eat meat only upon rave occa lIons The Irish poor in the country live upon bread Indian meal potatoes salted fish tea and staple foods Physicians who hold that ment- Is oscutial to building up tho muscular tissue are thus put to some extremity to explain the ripe old age of those pension claimants The excessive preponderance of the iged in Ireland is partly explained by the emigration pf the young to the United States but the tact remains that Ireland produces a vastly greater comparative showing of old eople than any other part of the kingdomThis the first time since the As qulth Budget was put Into operation Mint Ireland was not discriminated against in the restriction of its claimants The framer of the budget nrolxibly had no idea that Ireland would benefit so largely or It is safe to assume that the British Treasury would have taken effectual measures to restrict Irelands advantages under it EKOM FAR NORTH Jc 4 1 Candlan Priest Wants a Seminary In Arctic Circle The Rev Father A Lccorre 0 M L who has spent the last thrt seen years laboringnmong the Esquimaux is in Now York for the purpose of raising 10000 with which to start n seminary in tho Mackenzie Valley region anti within 100 miles of the Arctic Circle He has obtained perm sion from Archbishop Parley of New York Bishop McDonnell of Brook llyn anti Bishop ODonnell of Newark to give a course of lectures in those cities En route back to the polar regions Father Lccorre will seek per mission to lecture In Ottawa Montreal and other large Canadian cities Father Lecorru is sixtyseven years old and is ruddy and robust despite his long sojourn In the Arctic zone He talks Interestingly of the lives antI habits of the Esquimaux and ex plains time great need of young priests to continue and extend the work in which he Is engaged lIe hopes to be able to enlist the services of young Canadian Catholics whQ desire to study for the priesthood as he considers them best fjtted for the work In which he is engage- dJATILOLIC NUNS Many Different Orders and Thousands of Sisters Teach There are 121 different Catholic Sisterhobds in the United States and twentyone independent convents The various Franciscan orders twen tyfour in all count 0000 Sisters four Notre Dame orders count 5700 Sisters and six Sisters of Charity orders count 5000 Sisters Thus these thirtyfour orders alone with 17300 members outnumber all the secular and regular clergy Accurate statistics ofall the American sisterhoods are not availa ble but counting novices and postulants 45000 would scein to bo a zedsouabbcorrect estimate Edu cation and Sharity fonn the life work of most of this great mid noblp army of women If we allow one teacher to every fifty pupils in our parochial schools it will require 24000 teachers to take care of the 1200000 parish school pupils Fully 80000 of tljcse teach ers are Sisters v PRIESTS ON RETREAT Tho priests of the order of Minor Conventuals had their annual retreat at St Peters church Seventeenth and Southgato streets this week begin FrldayiTherealpatud in this service of prayer and meditation They rep eleqtEdSt Peters and St Anthonys congregations InLonlsvllloSt Anthonys Jeffereonvllle Mount St Francis Floyd county Ind SL JoaBphu arid St B nedlcl T rre Haute Xnd nlhf rctJQd The retreat wisl GCU ductfld by the Fathers from the Ste ered Heart Retreat toaltrlHe BOND ISSUE I Proposed by Mayor Grinstcnd Fought by Intelligent Men Would Take Forty Years to Ma hire and Entail Tax ot Millions President Forst Has Sensible Plan For Acquiring hospitalN- ONPARTISANDOARD DEMANDED A woll known Louisville businessman and taxpayer said to a repro sentative of the Kentucky Irish American I am glad that your ed itor has taken the bold and manly stand against tho 1000000 bond issue to secure the erection of a new City Hospital Those bonds bearing Interest at tho rate of 4 per cent for forty years will have entailed a tax of 2680000 on tho people before the bonds are paid forty years hence Then thero is another Idea that of placing the 1000000 at tho disposal of Inexperienced men because the Louisville taxpayers are not at all satisfied with tho Judgment and work of Messrs Alex T Barret C C Stoll and John H Brand We are opposed to the milliondollar bond issue pass ing through the hands of n partisan board If tho people want a new hospital why not place tho matter In the hands of a nonpartisan commission as was done in tho case of the sower bonds These socalled hospital bonds are very different from tho sower bonds Tho first will bo a constant drain on the people while tho latter will soon pay for themselves For instance A few years ago the city of St Louis pur chased 1850 acres of land for park purposes The result was that land In that vicinity was soon built up became pert of the city Increased ten times in value and from the very first year tho increase in tax revenue paid the interest on tho park boudn Now that part of Louisville thnt is to bo benefited by the sewers will at once improve in value and the In creased tax revenue will soon begin to pay the Interest on the bonds But no such argument can be uiadu In favor pf the hospital bonds Tho taxpayers feel happy over the fact that tho sower bonds are in till hands of a nonpartisan commission and business men feel that they will get full value for the expenditure of the 4000000 Former Congressman John D White addressed an open letter to the members of tho Board of Public Works on September 20 in which ho charged Messrs Bar rett Stoll and Brand with an ex travagant expenditure of time citys money antI although more than a month hits elapsed Mr Whites statements have not been contradict ed It is surprising to think that Mayor Grlnstead Is asking Democrats as well as Republicans to vote for tho hospital bond Issue when he would sink every Democrat so poUt ically deep that ho could not bo foundBut all the Republicans do not favor the proposed hospital bond Issue nor do they favor the erection of tho new City Hospital on the present site Isadore Forst President of the lower board of the General Council and many other Republicans desire to have the new building erected in a healthier spot and away from the noise smoke soot and dust of the city Mr Forst points out that the building should not be more than two stories high Ho shows that tho city owns 161 acres of land on the site of the present School of Reform Ho declares that thirtyone acres could be retained for the hos pital grounds and the remaining 130 acres sold and tllo proceeds ap plied to defraying the expenses of the new hospital This will be n clean healthy location situated adjacent to boulevardMayor and tho Board of Public Works oppose the site pro posed by Mr Forst These gentle men claim that the present site Is the proper place for it and Insist that the property when it ceases to bo usedfor city hospital purposeswould rpvert to the heirs of the donor That Is a very lame reason The city hospital proper could bo erected on tho site and by tho plans Mr Forst proposes and the site of the present City Hospital could be used for the erection of a first class emergency hospital Louisville needs a new City Hospital to tako care of its sick poor but do not let a nonpartisan board handle a million dollars to erect it and tax yourselves and children for forty years to pay for it WALTEIt IIENSLEI IiqNOllEI At a general meeting of Powell Camp Woodmen of time World Mon day evening the now uniformed com pany was officially named the Hens ley Guards In honor of Past Head rowul Waller IL Hensloy G C Bender has been elected Captain of the new company WANTS TO BE JUDGE AT Burgevln has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nom ination for the Third division of time Jefferson Circuit Court of Common Pleat Although time election iill a year off and the primary will noi be held before the prltijfor summer Mr Bunrcriii b llcM i in gettm ouV early Mr Barge hM been In Louisville about sliteen year and I ll has been a lifelong Democrat He began his career in Louisville as a newspaper reporter and sopri turned his eyes toward u study pftthe law The union printers became Ms fast friends at first and later at icr union union workers were attract d to him In season and out he has yen his time his money and his vplcejns well as his labors for tho Domfcjrntu of this district He is learned in the law but never before nKpjrcd to PPosltionf FOOl PHODUGtrS Of Ireland Are Ne1y AU Sent to Cnglan s Markets JJ it A writer in time Los Angfl jsTimes says there lire in round numbers 0000000 ucTcsof land inj ilrcland Twentyfive per cent of thls is waste Tho 15000000 acres Of lland more or less valuable is usi 1 mostly for grazing Besides feedli fur the most part the four and a ha million j prothee anal value of nearly 57000C 0 The export of textiles from tlb island f1grownnllXlive stock Bacon dairy j iroducts poultryand eggs exported i rom the island are worth annually nearly 50000000 Time three item1 amount toSlOOOOjOpONearly go to England which owes Irelnml for a great manyof the hearty breakfasts of bacon and eggs cnjoyol there Time textile fabrics go alljivcr time world much of them passin through the hands of English merchants Southern California is larger than Ireland but our fanners dolnot produce 50000000 worth of ba ion but ter eggs and poultry Woiavc not much more than a ninth pit1t of the population of Ireland but ve jlo not produce enough of these products for the home market and we or i farther away from growing flax andj convert- Ing It into linen to export iiiy part of SGO000000 worth n year ifter us- Ing what we need at horn Such i figures as these suggest tofu what may be done here how brow a basis for growth and development under lies our action a- i Vi RECENT DEATHS Bartholomew Olay a ycR known resident of South Louisville dled at tho family residence 40IJlEast V street Tuesday evening Tho de ceasoJ was forty years of ngo and the funeral took place from Holy Name church Thursday morning Mrs Alary Evans widovgfpf Isaac Evans died at hqr homc iftyJChurc 3idhyhTiliingTheold She is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs John Gannon The fu neral which was held at St Williams church Wednesday morning was largely attended Mrs Mary Ford an esteemed res- Ident of Joffcrsonville died at her homo Oil Illinois avenue on Tues day Time deceased was fiftysix years lhuihipFordare Edward and James Ford and Misses Julia and Ella Ford The funeral took place from St Augustines church Thursday morning fortytvofamilyhomenight Ills wife and live children survive him Time deceased was a member of St Michaels Command cry Knights of St John and was highly esteemed in the community in whICh ho lived His funeral took place from St Peters church Wednesday morning timehomeEugeneIloimmanearly Monday morning The deceased was fiftytwo years old and was the widow of the late Casper Serin The funeral took place from St Anthon s church of which the deceased was a devout member on Wednesday morning Time church was filled by friends and relatives of Mrs Senn Thomas Oarritty a popular young man of tho East End tiled as time re athisearlyWednesday111 only a few days The deceased was employed in tho Li N Railroad Companys ofllccs and was the son Tyobrotherster Miss Mary Garrittv also survive plncetrommorning William I1 Kane a locomotive engineer died In his sisters apartments in the WeisslngerGaulbert building Monday afternoon The de ceased was born In Kentucky thirty eight years ago but had lived in Indiana for the post fifteen years He complication and a month ago came to Louisville for medical attention Mr Kane is survived by lila wife and one sister Mrs Richard Morgan Ho was a member of tho Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers and of the Knights pliecfromWednesday morning CAUSE FOIL JUBILATION The Catholics of Bourbon county ftSanblsdL In large numbers at Paris lastISui lay to take part In the cere monies attendant upon the fiftieth anniversary of the Church of the An BishopCi1 heraE De Bruyn TameLQorey and Ji Viernmn took ptFrJif time ceremonies Dnrlnif the calibra tion Bishop MM confirmed a class of sixty children s CHARITABLE lioquests Made iby tIme Foremost Modlsto of the Great Metropolis Acquired Fortune of Hull Mil lion by Catering to Ultra Faslilonablcs Lett Large Sum For 1istrlhui thin Among Her FaltbtuI Employes LEGACIES FOR RELIGIOUS HOUSES The story of Catherine Donovan as published In the New York papers reads like n romance and yet it Is all true She started in life as a ladys maid in the metropolis sixty years ago Later she begun business for herself in a small way At her death recently she left an catatc of more than half a million dollars The girls who wore in her employ the Paulist church in New York the Little Sis JosephsIiocesaumY were among the chief bene ficiariesFoil years she was known to her patrons us Madam Donovan and among her clientele were the New York ultra fashionable set and the elite of the summer colonies of Kew port and lenox Her credit was good among the importers from Paris and London for unlimited amounts No girl ia her employ who gave satisfaction ever lost an hours pay on account of illness mind very often Madam Donovan paid the fees of the doctor anti druggist She began business for herself in 1S0 and gradually moved toward the shopping district until she finally acquired the magnificent establish ment on Mudjsou avenue which her administrator has sold for 100000 In her will Madam Donovan ordered her executor to expend 20000 for time erection of a memorial altar for a Catholic church in New York City Time executor who is a leading law yer in New York line selected the Church of St Paul the Apostle which is under the direction of time placeforsigned by a leading Chicago architect and 111lbe erected next month vlt Mtobimndarned bvtiustatumnLSU Mary of thft Annunciation whose sculptor will be Bela L Pratt of Boston a pupil of the late St Gnmlens It will lbe six feet nine inches high and will cost 8000 Time twentyfivofeetarchitecture Numldian timid Sienna marbles will bo used in Us construe tion The amounts bequeathed to the din cesan seminary and to time Little Sis pubhli4hietl bequests were quite generous Although tho bulk of 1 her property was loft to religious charity Madame Donovan bequeathed S300 to each girl who had been in her employ from ten to twenty years anti 400 to all who had been with her longer than twenty years In this way thieve were more than 100 girls who were beneficiaries of the will SOUND ADVICE Monsignor Talconla Tells American Women Their Duties To be able to mind her own busi ness and get busy is the panacea somewhat briefly and laconically ex pressed for the restlessness and dis quietude of American women accord- Ing to the opinion of Ills Excellency ApostolleDelegateDo you think Your Excellency that the modern woman would bis happier were she to become more of a factor politically and publicly In order that she may rear better statesmen nnd men of affairs was askedI think she should attend to her husbands home anti take care of her children and see that their dinner is well cooked If she win see to her own business and be busy in her house slum will be happy Isnt It true that American men do not make it interesting enough for their wives do not take them into their lives sufficiently Do they not keep them away from their public and business careers njul only give them the benefit of n few minutes personal attention nt the close of time days work- Rubbing his hands anti laughing softly with a shrewd twinkltj 1ft his kindly serious eyes time Papal dele gate declared ho saw no reason why the American husband should have his wife assist him in the administra tion of his business affairs Anti continuing he expressed lila belief in time home as a sacred and holy institu tion whose altars should be kept undefiled by time courts and declared his conviction that time nkbcst tynb of womanhood is the mother and tIme wfe not time woman of public af fairs SCHOOL TRUSTEE RACES Thn voters of the Eleventh anti Twelfth wards an almost as much Interfiled in te eIPfton of tbpr1 Candidates for Sound Trustees ns for 0onicrf1O t1e Twidency ul I- theMNmt week itft nnntest hiss rrown venr bitter Time alhrnpi of tha Republican nomue dreUo Intcd a number of utterly false statements concerning the candi j dneies of Jr D H W Borgniann and August J Klein the Democratic nom- Inees Dr flSorgmann and Mr Klein made clean races and apparently the much that the bulk of voters consid eyed best were the victors In the Eighth nUll Ninth wards James Norton who had served sev oral terms was rcnomlnatcd to stir oppositionTimere the next President of the Louisville School Jloard ETERNAL REST Is Portion of Well Known Lady of Dominican Parish One of the best and most favorably known ladles in the Dominican par- Ish Mrs Elizabeth M Barry was called to her eternal reward last Monday morning She died as she had lived a devout Catholic and n kind and affectionate mother Mrs Barry had been in impaired health since the death of her husband Capt Michael Barry three years ago but her death was directly duo to pneu monia from which she suffered one week The deceased was born 1in tho County Tlpporary Ireland fiftyeight years ago but came to Louisville when quite a young girl Previous to her marriage site was Miss Eliz abeth IIIncH Sho had been a communicant of Et Louis Bertram par ish about forty years Sho is survived by three sons and a daughter They lire William John J and Thomas Barry and Miss Jeanette Barry John J Barry Is associate editor and publisher of time Kentucky Irish American and William and Thomas hold responsible positions In the claims department of the Lou isvillo Nashville Railroad Com vans Sue IH also survived by her brother Thomas Hines n local truant olllccr and n brother and sister In Ireland Tho funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning and was well attended The Very Rev Father J R Clark 0 P celebrated the mass of requiem and preached a sermon appropriate to the occasion speaking more to tho living than of tho dead Tho pall bearers were Michael J Walsh William M Hlgglns Michael Hogan Willinri Chawk Sr Stephen Keoley and John II Honnessy SISTER COSMA Celebrated Silver Jubilee Int F anCJSS l Order Sister CoHina Mother Superior of St Anthonys Hospital celebrated her sliver jubilee as a Franciscan nun on Monday This solemn hlgn mass was celebrated in the hospital thapel with the Rev Father Peter Guardian of St Boniface monastery as celebrant Rev Father Paulinus O F M as deacon the Rev lather Thomas Murray of St Cecilias church as suhdcacou and the Rev Father Rothcut of St Francis of Assissi1 church master of ceremonies Tho Rev Father Paiiliuus preached an ap propriate sermon In addition the following priests were in attendance Rev Fathers Deppen Bachmann ChaplulnCnplsfrlln the mass was sung by St Bonifaces choirAfter the mass an elaborate ban quet was spread in the refectory anti while it was in progress Sister Cosma was presented with a hand some oil portrait of the late Father Paul Alf O F M Dr W II Wathen one of the best known physicians in Kentucky and who has been Inter ested In St Anthonys hospital since Its founding made nn address on the good work that the institution was carrying on llI JJAS1rOUEUS Pleased Over Prospect For Good Wages and Long Work There is great satisfaction in Eel lust Ireland at the prospect of assured work for a considerable period given by the building of time two than moth White Star liners It is estimated that at least 10000000 will be spent in wages in Belfast Twelve thousand men are employed in Messrs Harland Wolfs yards time wages lull reaching 90000 n week Apart from any other orders the out lay on the two new liners represents tho wages bill for two years bytIllOlympic and Titanic Lord Pirrie the head of Messrs Harland Wolf be lives there is no limit to the size of ship that can be biilt except that Im posed lby time accommodation in shipbuilding yards nnd docks HOMEI HULEK FOU MAYOR vV remarkable evidence of the change in political conditions in time requestwllichltnsleading citizens of Belfast Including Sir Robert Anderson time present Lord Mayor that he shall become Lord Mayor of the city for next year Lord Pirrie Js the tend of the great shipbuilding firm of Harlnnd WoKf Belfasts greatest industry but Lord Pirrie Ian Liberal nnd an avowed llama Ruler A couple of years ago his name was anathema in Belfast where he was raari1ei1 by time Unionl bts aaa renegadim Iand deserter of the worst type 4 Now they are praying him to JMKSfifit the hltlfchest honor in the gUt of te citlzena I TEMPERANCE Not Prohibition Advised by 1ltOlolc Who Addressed Qlvlc liberty League Streets Filled With Crowds Who Cheered Marchers on Parade Old Fashioned Truth Nailed Down by Students of Sociology GREAT JOLTS FOR THE POST gmeatboonwhen 5000 men marched in solid phalanx from the Court House to time Coliseum while persoims atleastWestEndnotboysMany of them were union labor men while others professional timehnsoffaimaticismimcountry It was a demonstration of tofllnatlclsmeating when they are hungry and drinking when they are thirsty but formsInmonfromforgestore from time law office and from ChiefMnrsimaiarranged that the different divisions would assemble at time Court House and his plans were carried out in u BaUfaetorgoodnatured 4 on partIt enteredevery YoungPresidentLibertyLeaguehad been decorated for the occasion delegations timiballrotary of the Civic Liberty League Introthumeeti made onUesocietylietime Louisville Evening Post and said the abuse heaped upon the members of time Civic Liberty League by that paper ought tp be resented in no mummyIndies telltmmg and the other speakers Mr Neumeycr gave a brief synopsV of the Civic Liberty League and told why it hud been organized Ho de scribed the attacks made upon the t11rIoulslllejournalistic pressGov of Wisconsin was the second speaker Tho Gov ernor is very temperate in his habits but is not n total abstainer Ho told optldistrictsnessee Texas Oklahoma and Maine ttileoptionpalling Temuperance not prohmilmitioui wrts his mottdand ho sandwicheirifl enough humor to make his audience laugh occasionally as he nailed down qumcitionRabbi Samuel Sales one of tlie most noted Hebrew theologians in America came all the way from St Louis to espouse the cause of civic liberty Rabbi Sales received his early training in Louisville anti knows citylieand sane plea for moderation in time use of stimulants and for time legitimate sale of liquors Ho pointed out that the American citizen of every creed anti of every hue of politics be v hewed in the sanctity of their homes r If prohibition wins many homo iIwUI lose their sanctity by being converted Into miniature breweries Next there will be inspectors to invade the privacy pf time homes and there will y bo bribe givers among time citizensAand bribe takers among the In V1 spectors rhellasj condition is more to be deplored tlmn time first It was strictly ti nonpartisan and nfln political address anti wai earnest1 tt from start to finish 0 4ir Clarence Iarrow a leading lawyer j of Chicago and an able advocate of union labor and of personal Jityerty uiuuu iv lilt whim time imdlenccivimen iiu said I have read such men as John Stuart Mills umlaut Smith Henry f George and Carl Marks und other men who have studied the problem of labor I have coma to tho cohclu sion as most of them Jiave that thci reason a few are so rich and thb many so poor is due to thermonppoly T rf all tIle good thmlmmgmt of tltWNJ4 r 4 time few and that the ex hope to be rich while you lvfeftfl1 Jnosscsslon of the world in time hmaad of a few JTr MISSIONARY CONGRIOS5- LThe Right RoY Bishop Mrtybskey will attend the Catholic Ws Iorary Congress which opens at Clileiga on to Noy mljer1pIt his health permlt8 Hto Lordship IB heartily In accord with the alms of the movement that lias t y Archbishop Q t rr- t l x ENTUOKi RISH AltIERICAN c 1cNTU6IiRISflMRi6nN t Devoted to the Social and Moral Advmemomen4 et Irish Americans a d Catfecica Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knightsl of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc flustered et the Loulivllle Poitofflce a SeconJCI litter Address ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West Green St xti r LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 1908 I I j DEMOCRATIC TICKET S For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN 4 1IKVAX AND SIIEKLEV i The national election for President willYlie held throughout the United States on Tuesday Until the ballots are counted the result wfli be In doubt but judging from ordinary signs and tty omensf the llcpubllcans arc on the y run In many of the doubtful States including New York Ohio Illinois and Indiana It Is ft foregone conclusion that Kentucky will join with the other States In the Solid South In giving William Jennings Bryan an old time Democratic majority and that Hon Swagar Shcrley wilt be returned to Congress over his Republican op ponent Robert C Kinkead During the present week Now York has been the great battle ground and both parties have their best speakers on the hustings there With out the thirtynine electoral votes of the Empire State It will be hard for either Bryan or Taft to get the 242 votes necessary to elect But there are Influences at work there for each candidate Many of the millionaires as well as working men are dis grimtled with the enactment of tho laws that have been put in force dur ing the incumbency of Gov Hughes and will neither support Hughes nor Taft In Now York Ohio Indiana and Illinois there is said to be Il great falling off in the Republican vote due to the fact that many foreigners who were deprived of employment by tho panic that has now lasted a year have returned to their homes in Europe One well informed man who lint traveled Indiana extensively recently says that the Indiana Re publicans will lose no lass than 45000 votes as a result of tho exodus truehthe loss to the Republicans I Illinois and New York will bo pro r lportlnately greater Ieeaims each of them had more numerous Industries From the present outlook there is every prospect of u landslide In favor of Bryan but resident Roose velt and his Cabinet are doing every TtUing In their power to stem the tide C Judge Taft Invasion of the South cUll not help him any either with the white or black races and while ho was heard with courtesy In the Southern r cities that he visited there was an Intense lluckof enthusiasm notice able 01 r Bryan on the other hand Invaded New York City last Monday night and addressed the largest ti crowd he has ever spoken to in pals Apolitical career Thousands were turned away because they could not V gain entrance to Madison Square 1 Ardenand the enthusiasm was at r fctfer Height during the speaking in this the Fifth district of Ken tacky the Democratic leaders expect that lion Swngar Shcrley will be re turned to the Unitwl States House of Representatives by u majorityof from 4000 to 6000 Mr Shcrley Is an splendidCongressman terms capably and has been placed on a number of Important commit tees In the House He not only knows f the workings of Congress but he Is not afraid to divulge its Workings and if reflected will use his best endeavors tilhrini about n change In many of tho redtape measures now employed He is In every inch tti Democrat I Judge KttlVcadl jHvLqnIal gentle s man oven Sf Republican but his ext ttremo views on prohibition and 1 sumptuary Jegfjilatton have estranged lninifrom niruiy Of his old Republican friends Tiffini too his cause has bocn1 Ms ousedrby the Louisville I vvehlng Pfl fU lffntr Indeed a had handicj p anrtjyjsJ smjfflclent to Insure his defeiff V iy it tS PEOPIJ3 A11E DISGUSTED p QiQ IbtillvitIa Isvenlng Xpost and it aIt agents continue to Insult Irish Amerl cans as well as to attempt to cast slurs Hpon the policy of the Kentucky Jrisli American These attacks are acting lke boomerangs and fall back where they started One IrlshAmer I 2 ian told hhs wjfn last week to pay f- vtMjai VUI and to order Ib to be broijriiV jomq to his home When the ooUecior sailed be WM paid fteM bauawt iaraltbc 1114 abaeto f IAMaetltll- n if house paid the Post collector and ordered his paper slopped lIe la a Republican too The paper was de livered the next day as usual but the gentleman corraled the carrier and told him if he delivered another copy of the Post at his door ho would have him arrested There are other Instances too nu meroua to mention where Irish Americans GermanAmericans arid honest people of every race and creed have become disgusted with the propensity of the Post to falsify news matter and to insult the general public by Its editorial utterances Do you remember what the Post said about Robert Emmet That stain will not wash out The reverend editor of the Western Watchman touching upon the laying of tIle cornerstone of the St Louis Cathedral says The Jewish syho gogue on Lindull avenue was pro fusely decorated In honor of tIle cornerstone laying The new Baptist church on the lino of march was similarly decked with flags and streamersr We verily believe that in their heart of hearts the Protestants of St Louis arc proud of us Well why should they not be Practical Catholics are good citizens the world over Oklahoma is a prohibition State Dr Carter Helm Tones while in Louisville was an active opponent of the liquor trade On Tuesday it des eloped that two trusted colored servants had gotten Into Dr Jones private locker and drank some sort of liquor that caused their death Tho Baptist divine is quoted as say ing they probably drank the stuff to aid digestion But it sounds queer for a prohibition preacher to bnv liquor in a prohibition State Mngness alias llartlove who des serted the United States navy wedded the eldest daughter of the late United States Senator Arthur rile Gorman crone to Louisville to make his home Did he hear that Robert J Foster vas In good with the local administration and arrive at the conclusion Unit Louisville was a haven of hope and preferment for men who get in bad with till Govern ment departments The Republican party has been in control of the United States for the last twelve years and yet for the past year factories and mills have been shut down many railroad men are out of work and now the army of unemployed Is besecched to vote for Taft What will it profit a workingman to vote for a continu ance of the present condition Vote for Bryan and prosperity How much of that 1000000 bond Issue would be spent upon n new hospital Tto price has peen fixed for the sale of the bonds and remem ber an opportunity pike this is a temptation to graft Do not forget that 1000000 nt 4 per cent for forty years would in the end cost the taxpayers 2080000 or nearly 3000000 Do you intend to place such a tax on yourselves and children Chief of Police Hanger has instruct ed the police to take tho names of boys under sixteen years of ago who smoke cigarettes Why not arrest the boys and the men who sell or proldethemwlthclgarcttc The editor of the Evening Post said on Tuesday The Evening Post speaks temperately and soberly to the law abiding people of Louisville Somebody ought to make him provo it The Louisville Evening Post snya that former Detective Bill Doter rcster addressed n Republican meet- Ing nt Shelby and Market streets Tuesday night Enough said I The man who cant say something good about his own tpwn ought either to keep stll lWbntlsays the Evening Post t MILS XOOVAN HITTER Mrs James Noonan who sus tamed severe Injuries to one of her foot ten days ngq Is doing as well as could be expected She is still eon fined to her MIne on Preston street but her friends expect to see her out within ta short time- CHOSEN P1Ul9IDEN- Tfile LoulsvUlo Literary Society held Us second meeting tttimday night arid the lion Edward J McDermtitt wa elected President The object of the society U to bring Louisville au thont Into closer conttct and to promote Interest In good literature It iit planned to bring sevefftl jood lc hirers to Louisville duritaf tine tell and wtDUt i 0 1846 JfEvr RKSTR4 1908 H I SixtySecond Anniversary ii SIXTY SECOND ANNIVERBARTSALETO BE HELD WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 Greatest Merchandising Event of Modern Times Entire Store and Its FortyThree Departments will offer High Grade Merchandise of every description at t Unparalleled Prices Watch Newspapers for Further Details STEWART DRY GOODS CO iMOrporitH tt CONNECTION WITH War MWKEEBY fc UAL NEW youI i i nx9SiStf r iS0GIEiv i I Miss Elizabeth Molloy of Shelby I y MarKentKentMiss Llllie Cambron is visiting her brother William Cambron at Now Haven Mrs ID F Murphy and daughter are expected home from French Lick Springs next week Willlnm McKenna or Portland lut4 gone to Crystal Springs Mich to spend several weeks Mr and Mrs Alfred Kremer of Butte Mont are visiting friends and relatives in this city Mrs Edward Moiiolmn of Crescent Hill will leave tomorrow to visit friends in Washington D C The Misses Seckamp were hostesses at a linen shower Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Xoll Mcehan Mrs John Hale of Earlington spent the week with her mother Mrs Peter Murphy in South Louisville Mr and Mrs Charles Schreiber have returned to Beards Station after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in this city The Young Ladles Euchre Club of the West End will be entertained by Miss Katie Colemnn 213 Bank street next Thursday evening Miss Virginia OBrien has returned from a pleasant visit to Anchorage where she was the guest of the Misses Anita and Joslc Hltc Among the Louisville sojourners at West Baden Springs this week were Thomas P Trensy Frank A Nolan J W Kelss and August Ilollenbacb Before returning to LouisvilleI for tho fall and winter Mr and Mrs Ed wardE1sltrrwcre ho tl at a house partv at Sweet Sulphur Springs near Velpen Ind W IL Hill and bride who was Miss Elizabeth Lcachman will return from their bridal tour to New Orleans about November 15 and will reside at 3613 High avenue Mr and Mrs John Lutkemu r have returned from their bridal tour and are Iresldlnp with the brides mother Mrs Wclscnberger 1717 Frankfort avenue Mr and Mrs Howard Watson for merly Miss Elizabeth Girardean have returned from their bridal tour and arc residing at 2618 flank street Muffin J Donahue Superintendent of tlie Donahue Detective Agency has returned from AVfist Tlndeij Springy where he spent ten days resting null enjoying tins invigorating waters Tine flood Will Social Club will be entertained at euchre by Miss Nona evils on the evening of November 45 On Thursday of last week the members were tine guestK of Miss Anna Grimes Misses Rate Hatcher Alice Qulnlan Anna Belle Thurman and Margaret l Kilvinjrton and Messrs Dan Hatcher and Herrlbk JUropp have gone to Lidre Rook to ttenda Halloween party given by MlM Willie trashea- rJ1E Wathent the leaeJlqtorii dealer and dtotllter who Mibmlttca1 to iJ serious surgical iuperetioN at ftAphony s Hospital thrW1 at4stbe ago tIt r iit op Mid tt lis hoped win t IRoonl be able to attend to his business duties asusual Miss Margaret Kleer of New Al bony and Aiphonso Constantine uf Jeffersonville were married at St Marys Catholic church New Albany on Wednesday A host of friends wit nessed the marriage ceremony and assisted at the nuptial mass Mr and Mrs Thomas Hnnnou of the Highlands spent the week i Paducah as the guests of their sot Ed UrJHannon President of IadUcahtif Board of Aldermen While iii Paducah they witnessed the cere mony at which their grandsons Emmet and William Hannon were confirmed iMr and Mrs J 0 Ames have an nounced the engagement of their pretty and accomplished daughter Miss Alma Allen Ames to Dr Elborg IL Johnson of Chicago TheN wedding will In November Both aro popular and a legion o friends will witnefix the happy nuptial ceremony Miss Agnes Elliott and Charles Sweeney prominent young people of Jeffersonville were married at St Augustines church Wednesday evening the Rev Father John OConnell officiating Tho maid of honor was Miss Mary Flood and Do Witt Gulp was the best man After a wedding trip to Eastern points Mr and Mrs Sweeney will begin housekeeping In Joffersonvllle Miss Bonlta May McDuiiOld and John F Clehnn were united In matrl mony at the rectory of St Augustine8 church in Joffersonvllle on Sunday evening The Rev Father John OConnell performed the ceremony Mss Susie Clchnn and Deon MeDaneld were the attendants For tho present they are residing at tine home of the brides mother Mrs Scott McDanold 122 East Chestnut street Tefiersonvllle The children of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keennu anti a number of friends of that estimable couple des termined that the twentyfifth anniversary of their marriage ought to- hel celebrated socially and on Tues day night the children and friends gave them a surprise party All their callers wished Mr apd Mrs Keenan many happy returns of the day The children who planned the snrnrise fqr theist parents are Mrs Joseph E Farrell Margaret Kosclla and Eunora Keenan Thomas Kcenant Tr and Dougherty Keenan There were a number of vdeal and Instrumental selections and an abundance of re freshments HOPKINS THEATER Now films and new Ideas attracted HopkinsTheatermotion pictures were satisfied Manager E W Dustin always provides fiomclhingi of the humorous with just mol lt of the melodramatic or tragic to evade overdoing the lighter vein Now pictures winappear twice next week as usual MACAUTiEYS THEATER tBrew6t6rs Millions with Edward Abcles and Fay Wallace In the lead Ing roles will be tine attraction nt Macnuleys Theater all of next week with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday Tho scenic effects are stagel III FAA KFQ TY Mfc Is 1 ijimSert YbungCounofl Y M Ikj at Frankfgrtgae anpUjer 0itelU1o Mful dances on Tu i There WU a euchre from J tiatU 1ft oclock w114 the dance enpt Aid inn I UIII i k KNIGHTS OF COLUM1 US Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where The council at Dayton Ohio with a membership of nearly SfJOi has not yearnIn Newark N J the united coun cils will have their joint vesper cele bration on Sunday November 15 Fort Wayne Council has purchased1 proposesIto erect a 25000 modernly equipped buildingCincinnati Covington Newport andI nearby towns have a Knights of Columbus Bowling League with sixteen clubs l IWork on the new club house at andfi before the cold weather sets In It will cost 40000 At St Paul the council held a recep tion in honor of Miss Ethel Barry more and during the evening that charming actress was presented with A Knights of Columbus pin A number of Irish Amerieans re siding In Ireland sent a petition to the Supreme Directors asking permis sion to establish councils of the order In Ireland Tho National Directors decided that under present conditions it was not wise to establish a coun ell in that country I Gilmour Council of Cleveland has entered its new home An old and splendid residence of fifteen roam and a basement was purchased at a cost of 25000 and transformed into I n home for the Knights They are planning additions in the wayof gymnasiums and lecture rooms HALLOWEEN COLISEUM The Coliseum Rink Increases iin popularity each day and during the past eek throngs of young people have filled the spacious skating arena every afternoon and evening Good music lends additional zest to the skaters and floor service and skates arc unsurpassed As tbKois Halloween there will bo a mask car nival tonight and 30 in prizes will be distributed among the maskers FLOUllISHKI FIFTY YEAJIS On Tuesday November 24 tKo Ursullno nuns nt Shelby and Chest nut streets will celebrate tho fiftieth anniversary of tim arrival of tho first members of that order in Louisville The first nuns came to this city on November 21 1858 Slnco then the original colony has grown and flour ished In addition to tho splendid chapel convent and academy at Shelby and Chestnut streots the Ur sullnes have built tine Sacred Heart Academy Crescent lUll and have established branches In several other counties In tho State Tho first Ur saline nuns that reached Lojilsvllle came from Bavaria PROP ICOILVN ACTIVE Prof JMIclmel O Rohan of Mar quetto University Milwaukee and National Chairman of the Irish Ills tory Committee of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is making great of forts to engage prominent much of the Irish race to every section of the country to encourage the study of Irish history Not only b lhe apniatedchairmen din every county In each State where peoPI6ottR elrraeeartloeatedbut he has feTeo addrew letters to the AioUbtetopa Btsiiop end ben a of the various Mliftouc orders on the jj- eetBlM n J J r I NNN 0 NN NNN NN N N e tii VOTERS ATTENTION Ii bigManufacturers No matter who is elected President you must have Clothes i MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING BIGGEST VALUES YOU EVER SEEN SUITS AND OVERCOATS 248 AND UP IIMENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS 98c AND UP ff s iiMENS AND BOYS COMPLETE LU ARTHUR 534 J IINCOIUORATHDII NN N NNN N N 44 N f N41sN I 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SHERLEYtDemocratic Nominee For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky III NEW THE MASONIC I III STARTINGMONDAY Nov 2 II BURTON NIXON Presents BEULAH POYNTERS Arrange meat of the Duchess Romance of the EMERALD IS- LEMOLLY BAWN A Second LENA RIVERS The Greatest Womans play Ever Written- A Sumptuous Production A COMPANY Of THE CLEVEREST PlAYERS SPECIAL SOUVENIR MATINEE Friday November 6th Souvenir to every lady attending Barjtaln Matt eu Mon WrdSat Best Scats 25c Night Prices ISc 25c 35c 50c 75c EMagicianEKeltari Successor TL FLOREITIIEORCHESTRAD Oi3S 1Tifth MtroetW- I II 4 51I1ONia 8960 Tdidjiclaaefati ctaeaia4W Itett- p4r iassi tiel Social wit Waddin i DsgettollCibth n SaturdayI 2 BREWSTERS MILLIONS With Edward Abies and Fay Wallace In leading ro- lesCOLISEUM NOW OlBN Halloween NightMask Carnival 80 IN PRIZES lOcI HOPKINS lOc1 Where the Crowds G- oHighGlass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 4 UNDER ONE MMANAGEMENTFI- RST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Casino Thlater417 fourth sl Princess Theater I 348 West Jetttrton Strttt In Theater 317 FourtbrSt oniaati Tritawr444Wtist hark lies IediesfindCbftlrrrin EE- A h KENTUOKY IRISH+ AltJERXCAN PPNPPNPNPIPPPNPPPPPPONNPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPOPJ BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETabortOPPPNIPPPPPPPPPNPPPPOOPPPPPPPP +PPPPPPPPPPOPOPPPPP HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 12S J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 83S Eastl R2airL Street 4+ +4 ++++ + + 4 + ++++++++94++ F4 Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasion on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETF TELEPHONE 810 N D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT FuneralI Directors and Embalmers Both Phonon 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All CIlia Answtrtd Promptly Day er Night 12IU WEST JtLAJRKET STREET + t tt++ + ++ + ++ t++ + + + + + +++++4N++++ 4+4 +++ ++ ++ + t+ FIHK WINES A3 CHAIIPAOXEai West Green Street LIQUOR CIGAKB uY i THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarrlagea 1225 W MARKET ST We dont presume to dictate to you hfwoU walls him pIv wish to r sell piaster your S mind you that In the end DlA IOND WiLI PLASTRRwill save you money Co 1 aRfiack1NCORPORATD BOTH PHONES 2287 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plan tel Plant J ffersonvill Tnrt Ptionf KM HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND- FITTINGGAS Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed IJ 1140 Overtoil Street HERRMANN BROS IMTORIERS FINE WINES AND LIQ- DiBiillers uos aad inolesale DeaJ ya iIH 1laaet Brands of Ken sr y Y Pearl of Ntelson BOTTLED IN BOHOi iiW 11H iN tmeiT Give your boyi to education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted p1 the Xaverian Hrotlicra Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De jartmentiergeSwimmingPoolWe11111uppedaymnasinm Hone phone 1942 Cumb south 628 THOSJlEflNEY CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicine at cut prices SCHOOL SUPPLIES BooKs Slates Tablets Etc SIxrH AND OAK All the new Fall and Winter Styles and Shapes can be found here at reason pricesWhilesides Bakery I4TH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery In the World Because of the great interest in our mqdern plant we have determined to publicforpersons ipspected the most improved bakery in the world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Speciall t arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 ttflO p mas plantInSAKE comp and see how we make 6iBreadHave you had a look it the clock HENRY HUNOLD BHAIKR W Stapli arid Fancy Griciriis A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE RMM IN CONNECTION Old WkiskiM a Specialty wit Phee uM 540 W WALNUT ctPKKV NT JELLY MOLD etheof wi ere wntlliatlff Spread on the top of ply 0 eoer HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes I Division 3 will meet next Thursday night and the officers desire to see a purge crowd in attendance Friday night there will be a regular meeting of Division 2 and plans lor entertaining will be discussed The County hoard is expected to soon begin preparations for a fitting observance of St Patricks Clay Division 1 of Manchester N II now has three district Gaelic classes and all arc making good progress The reports of officers of the Dun kirk County Board showed that the order was flourishing in that section Reports from Covln ton and Newport bring news of additions to the ladies auxiliaries at almost every meetingFriends of Division 2 are urging the officers to give a social or dance This body always succeeds with its undertakingsNext night will be tho regulc meeting night for Division 1 and arrangements will be made to keep members posted on the election returnsNow eampaltuhnsgreatlyIncreasedThe time for upbuilding the ordir has arrived The Ladies Auxiliary will hold a meeting Wednesday night and a largo attendance is desired because matters of interest to all the members will be discussed The New Albany division IIs pro grossing satisfactorily and tho an nual report will show good results An entertainment on a big scale will bo given in the near future A new division of the order has been organized at Superior WIs but in order to receive insurance benefits CountyBoard coltplains city Their meetings are always In teresting and visiting Hibernians ia oclvc a welcome they dont soot forget The young folks certainly enjoyed the dance given Vy Division 4 last week and want it repented The question will be Discussed at the meeting to bo held one week from next Monday The State officers will ere long arrange for an official visit to over division in the State Efforts wail be made to greatly increase the mem bership and send at least two d3lc yenrJbencehenceDivision 22 of Brooklyn held its an nual ball last Saturday night Tho Boys Band and nil tho boys are sons of Hibernians played Irish ana American airs between tho dance numbers The attendance was un usually large- FATHER OF EIGHT YOUR LAW Judge Patrick F Keady of the Court of Special Sessions Brooklyn N Y died in his sixtyeight year Ho was born In Ireland and came to this country In his boyhood While working as a painter on vessels along the waterfront ho attended night school and became an expert stenographer Ho worked as a newspaper reporter and studied law and then became active in Democratic politics In 1SC7 ho was elected to tho As sembly where ho served two terms Ho was regarded as the father of the eight hour law Ho served two terms as FIro Marshal tIc was an associate counsel of Gen Benjamin F Tracy in tho Beecher trial and figured in many notable criminal cases The funeral services wore held at St Stephens church MEETING POSTPONED The Advisory Board of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America were to have had a special meeting Wednesday night However a quorum Wits not present and it was decided to postpone the meeting until the night of November 11 the second Wednesday In the month The meet ing will be hold at Itobinsons Hall Seventeenth and Main streets anu notices will be sent to the Presidents and members of the various local branches Matters of Importance are to ho discussed TOBACCO GROWING IN IRELAND The Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced his Intention of giving a sum of 30000 each year until 1913 to the Agricultural Department for tho encouragement of tobacco growing in Ireland This is not a largo sum but It is a recognition on the part of tho Government that the industry is entitled to somo consideration and it Is an act of restitu tion for tho Injury done by suppress lug the Industry over seventy years ago IRISH CHRISTIAN BROTHERS The centenary ot the Irish Chris tian Brothers has just been celebrat ed In a century the congregation has increased and multiplied wonder fully Today it has in Ireland alone 328 schools with 29810 pupils In the colonies and India it has 163 schools and 13222 pupils In England and Now York nineteen cchools and 1600 pupilsIn all 570 schools nnd 44632 pupils WILL FINISH CATHEDRAL A building permit has been issued for the completion of the Cathedral vU11n1chuleof the Cathedral will be 150000 and it is intended tohi1c the entire edifice completed before the lUght Rev Bishop Macs celebrates the ail ver jubilee of his consecration Janu ary 25 1910 Aililn FOR OTHERS Mary Farrell an IrishAmerican and Catholic girl was fatally burned in New York City Tuesday but in loaingher awn life she saved the ttio re of other reeideuto 9f- teaereet house Sbe attempled to wry t WBinnnflM Hna tove down three flfefcU of pMn Her clothing y caught fire and she was terribly burned None other suffered as a result of the accident FOR WAIFS Charitable Son of Erin Makes Grand Gift to Church latrlck Hayes of Orllla Wash has made u donation to the Catholic church which is one of the most liberal ever given to a church in tho State of Washington MrIIayes has turned over to Bishop ODea of the diocese of Seattle eighty acres of his fine farm worth 10000 on which is to be built n school for the waifs and stray boys of the State but es pecially of Seattle The first building of this large school will bo erected on the ground this fall In fact work has already commenced This building will be 60x120 feet three stories high and will be built of brick It is the pur pose of the Bishop to make this homo for boys a reformatory as well as a home The generous character of the gift may be seen from the tact that the location of the land makes it worth 500 an acre RETURNS FROM EUROPE The Roy leather S A Holloran pastor of the Guardian Angels church at Irvington has returned to his parish after a two months trip through Europe lIe had two audi ences with Pope Plus X and visited Naples Paris and other cities en routo homo Last Sunday Father Holloran was warmly greeted by the members of his flock GIFT IS APPRECIATED A handsome oil portrait of the late llev Father Paul Alt O F M was presented to tho Sisters of St An thonys Hospital last Monday Father All was a friend and benefactor of tho Institution from its Incipiency and the Franciscan nuns greatly ap pred ate tho handsome portrait CHARITY EUCHRE A charity euchre will be given for a worthy purpose at Naclorffs Hull northeast corner of Eighteenth and Kentucky streets on tho afternoon nnd evening of Wednesday November 18 The afternoon game will be called promptly at 215 oclock and tho evening game at 830 LAURIEIVS VICTORY Sir Wilfrid Laurler and his party were returned to power in Canada as the result of Mondays election Out of 221 constituencies tho Pre mier has a majority of perhaps be tween fifty and sixty Not long ago ho announed that this would be his last entry into polities OYSTERS AND EUCHRE The various societies of ladlos In Holy Trinity church Now Albany will give a euchre and oyster supper at the schooHiall EastMarket street hear Ninth oh the afternoon and night of November 23 Quito a num ber of handsome prizes are to be Ifs trlbutd GO TO ROME Archbishops Glennon of St Louis Ireland of St Paul nnd Bishops Scnnnell and McGolrick are booked to sail for Rome tomorrow It Is not probable that any of these prelates will return to tho United States be fore the close of the year CLASSES CONFIRMED Tho Most Rev Archbishop Mooller of Cincinnati was in Dayton Ohio last Sunday and administered the sacrament of confirmation to large classes of children in Sacred Heart Holy Name and St Josephs churches HOSTESSES IN FRANKFORT Mrs James G Noonan and Mrs Henry F Lutkemcier entertained the married ladles euchre club at the home of Mrs Tsoonan in Frankfort last Wednesday afternoon A number of handsome prizes were awarded HINTS ON STYLE Now coats are elaborately braided Roses for hats aro Immense In size Modish grays rango from deepest smoke to palest pearl Tho walking coat is long and the walking skirt is short Pompadour ribbons arc much In demand for evening sashes Inch and dark colors have the greatest vogue in hat trimming Ribbon ornaments of all sorts will bo used on fall and winter mlHnery Tho empire stlyo is steadily falling before the triumphant dlrectolre vogue Tho sash Is worn with all sorts of frocks front the street suit to the ban gown Tho seasons gowns suits and hats demand a great amount of hand needle work Only the softest nnd most supple fabrics have any chance In the modes of the Reason Touches of lingerie are found added to waists of silk in rullles and col lar with good effect nndslill1plothose most in vogue Long gray suedo gloves for oven ing wear tire said to have tremendous vogue across the Sea Blue serge is BO adaptable that few women are without a suit of this bOo coming and serviceable material- A good many of the colored hats I have black velvet facings although black may play no other part in tho hat SOFTHN TIGHT SHOES 1 I When as sometimes happens one in forced to wear un uncomfortably tight slips it roilY be of value to know that a Jojdwi cloth wet jln hot water taid over the pinching point will often Afford relief Change 1othseveral she to keep tip beat which XretofeM thee and irhibrrlt to the toot IRELAND Record of the float Important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges J Shortcll of Knockroc lint been unanimously elected Town Surveyor of New floss The schools at Xcnagli County Tip epidemic I ITolln Scott ii County Jown farmer was so seriously Injured in the cnp sizing of his curt that lie died soon afterCounty loiitli farmers are jubilant over the splendid weather and are rapidly securiiif their crops of hay and oats The Total Abstinence Society of Dundalk has contributed fdul toward the renovation of St lntrick8 Cathe dral in that city The Itov Father Tunica Murphy CrossbegCounty parIshIn Tipperary the CashcJ Urban I ouncll hns appointed a committee to take steps toward promoting it local manufacturing industry The County Armagh Government Board hits sanctioned the loan of 17500 for the purposo of laying1 out a town park at Lurgun Uwdeatht stationmastor at iMiltownnmlbay for a quarter of a century Tames Galavan one of the most prominent men in Now Ross is dead regrettedbyA verdict of accidental drowning was returned in the case of James Kernaghan whose body was recov ered from the Krne river at Jlelloek John Mclaughlin lots been elected Mngishates JohnMundell thoIdeatohoI worthlessorroughgulleneen transferred by the Hshop of Down mid Connor to the moro im portant parish of Colornine DrGaughranSouth Africa Is in this country to ortheJohannesburg The terrible rainfall that has been affected extent ord prmOquiteTime Belfast appliedUiOOO to be expended on works of ghipg cityThe ployed in Irish coalfields In 1907 was 788 while 2S7 were employed in iron mines 518 in other mines and SS37 in quarries Only one death is re quarriesHi lin speaking at the inaugural meet ing of the leinster College said the iaclic League In its methods of lan gauge teaching had not only Inaug urated n new era but it had worked out a revolutionary change The people of Athlone have inaug urated a fund for the widow and orphans of the late Dr Michael Shanley whose untimely death occa stoned much regret and loft His fam ily unprovided for He was one of the mostpppular men in the County Wcstmeath OAXAIU IS laitOHIt Are you aware that Canada has a larger area than the United States and Alaska combined The area in square miles of tho pollclcal subdi visions of the continent of North America Is as follows Canada 3 703990 Xow Foundland 12200 Labrador 120000 United States proper 2970000 Alaska 531000 Mexico 76700 Gautemala 18290 Salvador 7225 Nicaragua 49200 I1ouduTUs 4621i0 Costa RIca 23 000 Panama 33800- SIOIiLWS MJW CIIUKCII The priests and people of St Aloyslus parish expect to build tho largest church in Spokane Wash before 1110 It Is estimated that it will cost 350000 and the Rev Father S Mackin pastor of the con eongregutlon work begins FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will begin at St Williams church Thirteenth and Oak streets at the late mass 10 oclock to morroy morning The Itcv Father Denis Murphy wilt be assisted by n number of outer clergy The services will close with a high mans- on Tuesday PHOTO ENGRAVERS UNION Michael McDonald of Cincinnati was la Louisville this week to look over the ground with a view to or ganizing a local branch of tho Photo- Engraves Union Mr McDonald Is very hopeful over tho outlook and will so report to National President Lawes who will shortly visit this city WYNDHAM HONOIIEI A cablegram from Edinburgh Scotland says George Wyndhani M P who was Chief Secretary for Ire laud from 1900 to 1905 has been elected Lord Rector of Edinburgh University Mr Wyndbam received 1826votoll to 727 for Winston Churchill and 614 for Prof Osier MliMORIAIi TABLET I preparinglate coadjutor Archbishop Slontgom aahandsomet of bronay ant1 marble TJie Arch bishop wAs k native otXelituckl mvft ntoettvd bU Tf training in X ftuekr Catholic colIeirM FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and Bottlers t LOUISVILLE ICY Cumb Phone West 191 1913THJC WIEDEMANNa1NoonponArJ BREWING COMPANYSaCelebrated Draught and Bottled BeersrrSold at all leading hire and cafe Reno nrd for purity strength aud excellent flavor tt- r Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DHINKawHofbrau and Pilsener Beer 3REVED IN SENNACKERMANBREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED rELEPHONE 452 LOLIIRvIrxiac KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE a HOME PHONE 7669 CUMB HONE WEST 69 s JOHN B FRANK WALTERS 9- jClay=Street Brewery j 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- AT8DBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS STOb 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Mosey Our Dentistry Will Please You We arc responsible and do Just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE G42 FIFTH STREET CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Hash Telephone 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed + X + ttTraction Indianapolis and Louisvilleiiii X In Effect Sipl t t b Sif 1fJ CrothersvilleSeymourColumbufl 1 x Edlnburg Franklin Greenwood 1 A and Indlanapois at X 830 and 1130 am and V 230 and 730 p mOJ lSeymour A y points 630 830 ntII atfr y 8 jmour with cars Of the Iv C r T Co for Indianapolis and SIA intermediate points also inI J nndiSQpolats East spit VoatofSeymou- rL For rates and information see J Agents and Official Time Table Folders in all cart L il U IM- e r 4 a orJOICE- CCCut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 t DressmalirolgiLadies rens Dresses a Specialty MRS C H lOOK 1918 Floyd SI PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffcrsoaville Ind own and manage n private hospital t for the carp and treatracntPff Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jcfferioavlllt lad I i Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITHrLADY EMBAUMBR Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones HE1RY AAIJJ1 PULSv DYER AND CLEANER Ladles AparllWORK phone s6aa 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIWS VALS 0 SALOONVAL L T9R1sop Hot Lunch tvery morning rom 0to 1230 o clockof 4thrVV 0IRJ 1 t 0 II- n I1tENTUOKY IRISH A1MERICAN1 1 THE BIG STORE- SJ cola Sole of i Boys DoubleBreasted Knickerbocker Pants Suits ASZCH O to 10 Yotxru j I 350Great Values for One Week beginning today and ending Friday i THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 5tlBetweell 7 e Y 0tI MICHAEL1i l 342 W MARKET ST SHOE PARLOR We want you to know that we are ready to attend to every r want you may have The new stylesIn Shoes Oxfords Ties etc men women and children are here We sell the best Shoes we can shoeIIas low as anyone can afford to sell them and out guarantee goes every sale wemake Give us one trial and you will come again I + + 44 e C KOLLRO rChorus and OrchestraConductor e The C Kollros School ofF Music Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND VIOLIN LESSONS 45 Minutes One Leswm pet WeekfOO per Month 45 Minutes Two M 400 CORNET LESSONS SO Minutes One Lesson per Week pno per Month SO Minutes Two f 400 II The above IeWnSat Pupils Residehci 100 per Lesson Harmony and Composition 500 per Hour LESSON HOURS 8 A M to 10 P M SPEOIAL ATTENTION GIVEN UEOtNNEHS MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ape predated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCEOILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there Is no one In the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite election is to insert roirofmuslc am pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- eclllaaMONTENEGRORIEHM f r 1 MUSIC CO rIIncorporated AVENUE ALREADY ELECTED Mulloys Teas and Coffee3 are at the head of the list of candidates for popularity and are winners in every contest for suprem acy Phono a trial order for Mulloys SPECIAL GRADE OF OOPFBK 3 LBS FOR 50CGreen Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for 45C- MULLOY COFFEEROASTER B Home Phone 1313 19 l5t WlUARKJCTSREETg 8 1908 November Election 1908 ADAM SPAHN 1 Democratic Nominee for 4 MAGISTRATEFifth CompOKecI oi 1st and and Srcl JVaxcle t QUICKi MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume les 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 m de onr 1907 contractbefore the advanc in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER 6c SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND M J BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN Pro Mgr Vice Pne Trias Secretary K ntuckyVjtrinB Erik CD i INCORPORATED 21xca3tt4EtOtcartjr3 of VITRIFIEDPAVINGBRICK 0 IFOR STPtfETS AND ROADWAYS IfcMfBWUiH SV Works Yt 9 TELEPHONE 57anoLlEiIHcfNa SUITER JUBILEE Popular Couple Celebrat ed Anniversary of Their Marriage Religiously yet quietly and unp tentatlously Mr and Mrs Thomas Kecnan celebrated the twentyflfl anniversary of their wedding at St Patricks church last Saturday morn- Ing They were married in tho same church and went their Saturday 1 to renew their marital vows Their children and many relatives and a large number of friends were present at the solemn but happy religious celebration The Very Nov Father James P Cronin officiated nt the anniversary mass Mr and Mrs Kecnan had no social celebration in honor of their sliver jubilee because they have such a legion of friends that It would be n hopeless task to endeavor to enter tain them all Previous to her mar ringe Mm Keenan was Miss Mary Dougherty the daughter of the late James Dougherty who conducted an undertaking Ibusiness in Louisville for many years prior to his death During the day the family home was thronged with well wishers who came to extepd congratulations and exjjrei the hope for many more anniversaries for the worthy couple MACKIN COUNCIL Had Lots of Business to Transact This Week Muckln Council hold quite a lengthy business session Tuesday night Such an amount of routinE business hud accumulated In the pro vlous two weeks that little time WIf loft for the transaction of now bus- Iness The Visiting Committee reported that Virgil J Uohu who has been quite ill has gono to ArIzona where he expects to fully recuperate An Interesting letter from Charles II Harbour President of Sartc Council Owensboro was read The communication told In detail what Sarto Council had been doing the first part of October and outlined plane for future entertainments The Su preme Council Arrangement Commit tee mado Its final report and was discharged with n vote of thanks for the members Hecause Tuesday will be election day it was decided to hold Mnckln1 meeting next Wednesday night Mackins Social Club reported that Its dances were well attended and more popular than ever It will b o welcome news to the friends of the council that President Robert T Burke and tho officers will within the next ten days have over 3000 on hand with which to raise tho last mortgage and place Mackin free o f debt HALLOWEEN TODAY To Be Followed by Two Important Days In Church Today is Halloween or the vigil of All Saints tiny which will be celc orated tomorrow hence today is a fast day under the obligations of the tithollu church Monday will be All Souls day and will bo observed in tlmo manner tisuwllto pious Catholics ninnyCntholtesAmerica and indulge In apple and nut eating contests to say nothing ot trying their luck on finding tin ring or button and thimble placed in ai dish of manned potatoes The girl or youth who gets tho ring Is sup posed to be the first of the assent jingo to marry while the boy who rein the button Iis presumed to be girlhutmatt England Ireland France Germany and Italy have quaint customs that nightManydown by tradition through centuries OXKILTS IRISH MUSIC Capt Francis ONeill the retired Superintendent of Chicago police has published another volume of IrIsh music Ills two previous works were arranged for the violin and flute This time tho music is arranged for the piano and violin In this collec tion aro 2CO good old Irish airs and of these there aro fiftyfive marches a similar number of double Jigs and ornplpes ten each of single jigs and hop or slip jigs fiftyfive reels and ten long and set dances The work Is artistically arranged and ninny of- the airs havo tho Gaelic as well as- the English title The new book can be hind by writing to Lon Healy ChIcago It has also boon placed on sale in IloHton New York 1hlladel phla San Francisco and Dublin IIAUDIX COUNTY WEDDINGS Cupid has boon busy In Hardin county recently and as a result three weddings of well known young people took place on Tuesday Miss Ruth McCracken became the bride of Ernest Cecil and Miss Elizabeth Mc Cracken wedded Augustus Whentley The brides are sisters and both weddings were solemnized at St Pat- rleks church Stlthton by the llev Father J O Henry The brides are members of an old Hardin county famIly and the bridegrooms ore sul stmtlnl young farmers iu Meade county On the same day Miss Vlr Ginla Mcdley and James W Thomas were united in matrhnonyat St John Ilardin county by the llev Father J Abell IJ AGED DANCER Mrs Julia Armbrustor celebrated her thirtyrclghth birthday at ller- 110moin New Albany last IVpdnesday Itaa celebration was to have been a- quiet one but during the afternoon 1- Iumber of her lady friends l1e1tof- JUer tlielr con rratulatlons Tn the renlnjf the lladies were joined by heir husband n lall Joined in u- amerry dance Mrs Kiitlterlhe Belvols ni htyseveli years old andi aa relative SOCIETY DIRECTORYY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Italia City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President John 1L Mulloy Vice President Thomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Itecording Sec Titos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on tho First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President Dan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording SecretaryJoseph T ynchFinancial Secretary J T Keane SergeantatArms James Bayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 ThursdayEventand Main Streets PresidenttPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehnn Recording Secretary L J Macke Financial Secretary J G Ileaslo Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noo- nSergenntiutArmsPatrick Uegle DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn II Utnheasy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wm P MIe Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary = Frank P BurkeTroosurerlInrry Brady- SentinelMlchae1 McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays Each Month at Pfaus HalL President John Kenney Vice President John U Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas IJoban Sentinel Tlmothj D Kenney MarshalWilliam Doreey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 TwentY sixbh Street President Robert TBu ke First Vice PresidentFrank Lana han Second Vice President Samur RobertsonRecording Secretary = Austin E Walsh Corresponding SecretaryThomas Bachman Financial SecretaryFrank G dnmsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy onasv fl Rouen BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of th lr kind iu the cltyii Books Magazines and Religious Article or KVKIIY ESOKITIOX 434 West Jefferson Street MOLIA DAWN Memories of the Old Sod willl crowd themselves on many of the SOns and daughters of the Emerald isle who will witness the presenta tion next week of Molly Dawn at the Masonic n thrilling story of fhe nfl love and vicissitudes of a beautt ftml blackeyed colleen It Is seldom that thefpqopic of Louisville have an legitimateIrishdramatization of Tic Duchess will ordinaryInterestthe warm hearted loyal sons of Ire loughternand n ripe appreciation of true Irish humor have enabled Miss Beulal oyuter the actressauthor to weave Into the play scenes incidents com idy tragedy love bato and a variety of emotions which enchain the Interest until the last drop of the curtain No true Irishman eitisee this pretty drama without being made tile bettor for it There Tare but few icrsons who have not read The Duchess or heard of it It was front this book that Miss Poynter got the material for the dramatization A leading member of the cast is Erin Fitzgerald a member of Detroit division Ancient Order oMIiberniatas and of the Knights of Columbus and as a compliment to Jlr Fitzgerald and these organizations arrahge meats have been madeto sot aside Thursday evening of next week in honor of the Knights of Columbus and Friday night In honor of the Ancient Order of Hibernians The presence of a great number of patri otic sons of the beautiful isle across the sen with their more beautiful daughters and sweethearts the recalling of Irish folklore and the final triumph of Molllo Dawn and her mar riage to her handsQmo young lover- as tho last curtain goes down will unblno to make the two evenings memorable ones Molly Dawn Is n typical lighthearted Irish girl as the story goes who is called home by an old unclean Karl and Is to receive his fortune psifrnlng1 relatives interfere and her- troubles l become numerous TIle women opposed to herr sort to evil savings and finally ncpuse her of- crime while the man tries to force- tier to marry him With t1e aid of- her gallant lover however the mvs terv la nIl cleared away the lair PIUnO of Molly is restored1 she rep- ceive4 Jier birthright and marries her lover SCOT iI OATnOTj1O fatTheffrst appointment of Catholic fauna in Scotland since the Re formation EM bean w fl IhT tp enaction tot tU41 faa beooh of Yr CmmpbeB mar pot CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Become Very Active Since Cooler Vcather Has I Come I The advent of cold weather fins given now life to the local branches of the Catholic Knights of America On Tuesday evening Branch 643 sometimes called St Michaels branch met in its hall at Campbell anti Broadway with a large attendance President Harry Voeneman was in time chair and congratulated the members on their numbers Three new members wero initiated and one application was received Branch 612 sot an example for other branches of the order by donut in 5 to StTittwrence Institute not- a large amount It Is true but if all the local branches would contribute a like amount the aggregate sum would lie considerable The different members likewise commended the objects of the home fer working boys The two uniform rank companies have secured Phoenix 11111 for the winter and will drill at regular 1In torvals An effort will be made to recruit both companies to fifty men each The Central Committee andsubor dinatc branches are arranging various entertainments for the winter season NARROW ESCAPE County Clerk Gabhart Had Become Liable Por Contempt County ClerIc Murk Gnbhnrt nar- rowly1 escaped being hauled up before the bar of Judge ODohcrtys court on Monday when he obstructed the Democratic workers who sought 1 to copy tho registration books lie ho refused permission to the Democrat during time previous week and It became necessary to appeal to tt courts for a mandamus The hearin was before Judge Matt ODoherty who issued an order directing the County Clerk to afford time Demo crats the necessary facilities When tho workers arrived Monday their attempts to get hold of the books were again impeded J Hunter Ross anti Henry nell hurried over from the Democratic headquarters to confront Mr Gubhnrt but he called a police man and ordered him to eject Mr toss from the office Either by accident or design tho electric lights were cut off This stilt further Impeded time progress of the Democrats Finally Mr Gnbhart became tort vlnced that he was likely to be ruled for contempt and gave way although anything but graciously This is the same Mark Gabhai who with two of his deputies attempted to practice at a bar at Twentyfifth and Market streets several weeks ago but the bartcndo r ruled them In contempt ejected them and beat up one of the denutics who accompanied the County Cler- kCOUNTCIIITJUNITY Has Taken On New Life Since Entering Own Home Trinity Council had a very largely attended meeting Monday night wltu 1rcsident lames B Kelly in time chair While the business was prin tipsy of a routine nature several of the members made nice talks for the good of the order Two new nj plications were received None was reported on tho sick list During the evening it was decided to give a euchre and dance at the club house on the night of November 17 All friends of Trinity Council are Invited and this will give many an opportunity of seeing the new quarters for the first time President Kelly and his fellowoffi cers feel that the surroundings in the new club house Its modern equipment and furniture is doing much toward increasing the attendance at the weekly meetings MOVING PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company which now operates four moving picture houses In Louisville namely tIle Casino Princess Bijou and Dream and knows that time Kentucky Irish American is a family newspaper and that it is read in many homes where the yellow dally journals are tabooed As u consequence the Princess Lmustinent Companys advertising appears in the Kentucky Irish AmerI- can for the first time this week Each of tho four theaters have first run films and tho pictures are amusing patroutsgreat care is taken that nothing bordering on the vulgar or immodest appears The four theaters are run ring simultaneously and deserve a liberal patronage HONOR FOR TWINS McGonlgleBnltimorewore ibbons last week It is not often that a Prince of the Church is called upon to officiate at a christening but this was an exceptional occasion The CardInal went to the church under the patronage of St Mary Star of- the Sea to administer confIrmation- to a class of 350 children and fifty adults and converts On his arrival at tho church he found tho infant twins of Joseph McGonlglc a boy and II girl The boys name was to be James Gibbons McGonigle so the irdlnal baptized both babies in tits- awls and then performed the ceremony INVITE 8UMU33IE DIRECTORS An effort is being made by local members of the Catholic Knights of AmerIca to prevail upon Messrs Ml- chinch Quinn of and erbort Croghan ofProvidence R L to stop In Louisville for at least- one tiny next month either on theI- rwito the meeting of the Supreme Trustees in St Louis or else en- route home In the event that these ipreme Trustees accept the Invlta lon they Will be the guests of the mtral Committee and all memberfl if time OAK tA 1111 be called to tether to meet tham and to hoar them diaetue datofJ the order GREENES s =F- ORCarpets Ih Furniture and Stoves More for your money and better terms Special Prices on Dining Room Furniture for This Month JAMES GREENE 4252729 East Market St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICE- SNNNrN6NNNNONl00 NO N 00 NO 0 NN= WHEN DISSATISFIED WITH OTHERS TRY LAUNDRYg 1 IITCOIZI012AIICI Family Washing 50 Per Pound Newest and Most Modern Plant in the Cityii HOME PHONE 1641 CUMB Main 16a I 32931 Third St Louisville Ky I NO+ MNNNNi MNNNNNO 60 NN v i LOUISVILLE IS BECOMING FAMOUS BY THE SPLENDID DISHES THAT ARE SERVED AT THE KENTUCKY DAIRY LUNCH 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST- 11HE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundreds why not you see the sign t JAJVIESS B OAMX Owner e ofI2000 Pounds DONT GO blind at anything especially in purchasing your supply of fuel because your comfort for six months in the year is dependent upon It SCanI on I CINCORlORATHD405 UNION CREAM 3 IuztiaYcnoturHrw oft Pure Ice and Sherbets1 627633 EIGHTH have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This env ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y aa i1 U as1r BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS PURE H McKenna Fairfield Ky 1 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Manager t FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season UirLambcity We and Vegetables and allfiritclaaa market product t LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY IIiMt II tt 415 Per Ton Coal ICE CO Cream STREET- We ALWAYS Distiller HBADQUARTBRS alsocarryiBarlyFruita DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and yrK + Horse Shoeing For e SC100IflCAND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEPM- iHTM CafaFor are DHv fMl v OIifIClAM MHu x