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I f 1 I 4 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Ii VOLUME XXI1L NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS CAMPAIGN Of Democrats Formally Opened With a Mammoth DlHplay Great Parado null Two Days Barbecue Enthused the Masses Plow 0i Oratony Sets Hearts Aglow to licdcem Kentucky k MUSIC AND MARCHING CLUBS i + 1 Tin ueiiiucrntlc campaign was for mall opeiiud in Louisville with a parade Tuesday night mid a mnmj myth barbecue on Tuesday and Wednesday The two dnyx feast of thbarbecueded visitors from alt parts of the State but the parade on Tuesday night showed thousands of voters from Louisville nnd Jefferson county It was the parade that made the leaders sit up nnd take notice Col John II Whallen showed his ability ns nn organizer by treating tho people to one of the best pollti cal panicles Louisville has ever seen The weather was propitious too and the streets and sideawlks along the lino of march were banked with cheering people lion W 0 Head the Democratic nominee for Mayor and many of the other candidates rode in carriages while others marched with their respective clubs Many of the marchers carried fusees and Roman candles and there were displays of fireworks all along the line of march A detachment of several hundred automobiles constituted the vanguard Most of the autos were filled with physicians and surgeons Fortunately there were no casualties and the doctors were left idle lie hind the automobiles were tho Kentucky Colonels in frock coats and broadbrimmed alpine hats Next came the Mose Greens led by Prof Morbachs band The Young Mens Democratic Club closed the first di visionThen came a detachment of 500 mounted men from Jefferson county They made a grand show ing and were cheered all along the line With them were the carriages majorityd recognzetformer I U McCreary of Richmond and he was given an ovation nil along the lineThen carne the melon precinct t clubs from each ward front First to Twelfth inclusive The parade wns t about an hour and fifteen minutess passing a given point The aetna route was not long but ninny of the clubs marched from three to five miles before they entered the big parade The barbecue was n delight on both days Cicero and Demosthenes would have gotten n few hints on style in oratory had they been to tho State Fair grounds either TuesdayI or Wednesday LuculluK too might have gotten n few pointers from Gus Taubcrt had he been here The burgoo was fine and the babccued meats of superior excellence Among tho speakers on the two days wore former United States Senator 11 McCreary of Richmond Judge T Appealsformer1 1horne Judge James Ganictt of Adairvllle Congressman Ohio James of Marion Jeremiah Sullivan of Richmond Harvey Helm Congressman from the Eighth district lIon W O Head Democratic nominee for Mayor Judges Thomas Gordon Shnckclford Miller Sam Kirby and lames P Gregory anti a host of othersThere wore stands in four separata places find at each of them there was a constant flow of oratory on both Tuesday and Wednesday Hon W 0 Head sounded a key note at the barbecue Tuesday vhijn lletsaid in reference to Louisville and the Republican party This is a white mans city that is n black mans party Every Demoeiatlc voter in Louisville can see it nnd every white Republican voter can see it too unless he Is purposely blind There are many honest nnd Intelli gent colored people in Louisville They respect others nnd are respected in turn but there is n mot Icy crowd of worthless negroes jn the city that are breeding trouble constantly Walnut street from Ninth to Fou toenth is a seething cauldron of paradeddod of from Ninth to Fourteenth is almost as bad Soon it willbe known as thet Black boulevard CrImo runs rampant and the present city admin o istration is doing nothing to check the epidemic at vice Tuesday evening n Louisville negro entered tho home of Mrs Ju Arterburn near St Matthews n Jefferson county while the mini was at supper and chased all fro r the house Then he seated hitns sand helped himself to everything Inn sight He was arrested after ho It devoured everything in sight The police say he is crazy Patrolman Edward Driscoll was assaulted Saturday night while atU tempting to arrest nn obstreperous negro in the East End Five black men took part in the asasult and while Mr Driscoll was sever sly beaten he has remained on duty On the same night Police Sergt Lunti wai beaten and shot while attempt ing to quell a negro row Several nifhte previousPatrolman TPhnCftr roll waft PMbhed several time while atteiutptinr iverve IIoaInij ou negro in the cabbage patch One lone llmillcroulbellt+ policemen watching together were stabbed and seriously wounded AWFUL STORY Of Worse Than Slavery at Big Steel Car Plant The 1 Federal inquisition iota the state of things at the plant of the Pressed Steel Car Company at Me Kees llocfcs near Vittsburg has brought out nn awful story of cruelty slavery anti butchery The Inquisition carried on by the Federal Government dealt only with condi fleas tlin have prevailed since the strike anti they indicate an awful condition of affairs Before the Federal authorities took hold the Rev Father A F Toner rector of St Marys church Plttsburg made the following statement Men arc persecuted robbed and killed he said mill their wives lire nbiiHcd in n manner worse than positionsfrom the door The place is a pit of infamy where 111911 are driven lower an the degradation of slaves and compelled to sacrifice their wives or daughters to the villainous foremen md little bosses tot bo allowed to work 1 was allowed to enter the plant nt my will n few years ago hut 1 saw too much of the pernicious erime perpetrated daily and the gates were closed on me A man is given less consideration thin n dog tuna lend bodies lIre simply kicked literallydriven glaftiugparllllelcil knowledgeFor the plant was opened members of tho company visited me had meals at my home friendlytermsdaily Their bodies simply disap peered and when I began to make some comment I was denied admis lion to the ground KENTUCKYS BEST Field and Farm Products to Be Shown at State roar The Kentucky State Fair will open on the fair grounds in this city on Monday September 13 and will re main open tho remainder of the week Prizes to the amount of 30000 wilt be hung up for the en couragement of Kentucky agri culturists and stockbreeders Trotting and pacing races each afternoon will bo n feature of the fair Anther o big feature will be tho exhibit of collie dogs It will be conducted under the rules of the American Iennel Club uTliof wTir open early in the morning and will not close until late in the evening nnd each night will have its special nttrqctlons Monday will be school childrens night with Prof E H Mark as Chairman On Tuesday evening Louis Seelbach will preside over GermanAmerican night Wednesday will bo labor night with John Recktenwald President of the United Trades anti Labor Assembly as Chairman Military night will come on Thursday with Col W D Haklcnian presiding John J Baivy will presld6 oa Friday IrishAmeri can night Saturday will bo farewell night with L JK Dorland as Chair man There will be specJal exhibits of saproducts farm machinery dairy stock tobacco hemp nnd tutu An elaborate pyrotechnic display will ho given each nightwMANY CLERGY Assist at the Consecration of Perorlas New Bishop The Very Rev Edward M Dunne for ten years Chancellor of the arch diocese of Chicago was consecrated Bishop of Pcfirin in the Holy Name Cathedral at Chicago last Wednes day It is ilot often in America or elsewhere that a priest IB fortunate enough to be raised to such dignity whiehheBishop Dunne considers himselft doubly fortunate Ills Excellency the Most Roy Dio merle Falconlo Papal Delegate to the United States officiated as con secrntor and wns assisted by two Archbishops four Bishops and more ArchbishopsIlresent wereTII1111e Rockford Rhode of Chicago and Chatard of Indianapolis CldcagitstrnlntoWCMlldnywhen throned PIl01lSTINSETTul1n Leallo young people the West End willl SiadAnthonys church at 8 oclock Wednesday morning The ache will be Lawrence Klnsella a Broth of the groom Thomas Dudd James Mullarkey and Bernard M Ginn Attar the ceremony a Brea pftheMr and Mrs Klnsclla will hold a tilthetour through the Bait Both young people hadmany rleniag who w1aim bIlontliefutV ILABOR DAY COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS FJl tIi 1 From Left to Right Standing Harry Murnnne Thomas R Lindell Charles Stover G L Smith Edward IIh HallFromRLove== = =7 LABOR DAY Rlll He Celebrated by Local Unions nt Phcuiilx Hill Secretary Morrison ofAmerican Federation Will Come LUnited Trades and Labor As sembly Has Prepared For Crowdd NO STREET PARADE THIS YEAR Labor tiny will be celebrated at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday afternoon anti evening under the auspices of the United Trades and Labor Assembly and everything gives promise that it will bo the most successful event in tho historyFor of organized labor in the past two months the Executive Committee has been hard at work and has left n6 stone unturned to attract a large crowd An interest ling feature will be a talk by t Morrison Secretary of the American Federation of Labor He will address the crowd at 4 ocloCk After careful deliberation the Ex ecutive Committee decided to cumin te the parade feature this year The arrangemintsmember from each union affiliated ith tIll United Trades and Labor Assembly with Ilea Mohlenknmp ns Chairman Charles Stover us Treas aver and W RL Ilickman as Score tary and the following Assistants GLI Smith George Peters Law rence Steinmctz V 11 SmithSThomas Rt LinJell Thomas Love George L Hall Charles Schell Edward II Bonn Harry Murnnne Joseph Mattlngly and John P Ucck tcnvvald Dancing will be a big feature ofI tho day and fine concert and dancing l music has been arranged Prizes will be awarded nUll all sons attending tho celebration nre requested to save their coupons The price of admission is only ten cents The United Trades rind Labor As sembly is tho outcome of trio r cent ohomovement r I the highest authority in union labor circles the American Federation o Labor Funds accruing will be usedl toward furthering the interests a the local labor movement Tho American people more than any other recognize nUll uphold the ime only legal holiday in the United States by Federal enactment tom has made a national holiday July 4 end custom has made it a rule for the President to proclaim n national holiday on Thanksgiving day Washingtons birthday is an other customary holiday but ibis custom is obsolescent Labor day lIytheNow that the lpanic seems to have arpassed away the labor unions throughout into country are prepar livingiRgeshomes it means better led tort erclothed and better educated average American working man childrenkd toe prived sonic dlgnityot1aborforum Defter lobar conditions jriakca bet ter feeling between employer and employe and it will behoove Loaia OillJIrkl+ xb4r diyi F FOR YOUNG MEN I Grand Gathering of Catho lies to Assemble in Boston The Catholic Young I Mens Na UItJlilthMass tomorrow Monday and Tues tiny The society is built on lines similar to tho Y M IJnnd has a- very large membershlpiIi the New England and Central States Tomor row will bo spent in Jsceing tho sights of Boston and Its historic suburbs including Bunker Hill Dor IlymouthIlocltTito delegates will att nd solemn Pontifical runs at Holy Cross Cathe ral Monday morning tIho Most Rev W H OCannclL jilfiiontlficatc and will preach the sermon Tho preliulnary business session will bo hold after the ulnas At the after noon session the reports of the of ficers und Executive Committee will bo read and the Kev Father Francis J Sullivan founder of the Catholic Athletic League of New York will read n paper on Tim Boy1 What Shall Wo Do for Him 1 At 8 oclock Monday evening tho delegates will be addressed by Prof James C CollegeBrooklynBusiness sessions will be held1 again on Tuesday morning Dud uftcrnooh Features will be the address on Citizenship Its Dignity At vention will close with tho election of national officers James T Shelley of Louisville Past President of Mackln Council taut Supremo Director of the Y M L will attend the convention to conduct the negotiations that will tend to a union of the Y MI I nail C Y M N A ItECliXT DEATHS Michael J Gnrvey twentyfour years old died at the residence of Prank Kennoy 712 West Oldham Saturday afternoon The fu neral took place from St Louis Ber trunds church on Monday morning Mrs Mary Shea a highly respect ed resident of the West End died at trio residence of her son Michael antre funeral took place from St Michaels church Sunday afternoon and was attended by many friends of the de censed UlulfaQruhltIle West End died at her home 2512 otternaolt t udthusband17iomnssym pithy of many friends Jn his be placefromday morning daughteofd r WestChestnut andtheStCharlest ODWcdnelidny andhersymat grentgleLIBERAL NQNOATIIOL1C =Ilesidpnter of gnibusy streets of Oyvensboro he was stopped by Dr DM Griffith who told him Ii caulofp DOtorell that instead of a donation he take pubIcepirltetll and asked to be put down fbrAJftOO endmembery a ASHLAND I Comes to the Pore With n Wig Celebration by tin Hibernians ElkH Helped Division to Draw Crowds to Great Outingg State Treasurer Howard 11aut to Set Delegates Well Entertained MANY ATTRACTIONS PROVIDED The Hibernians of Ashland Ky who will entertain the State biennial convention of tho order in their town next year Held nn Irish day nt Clyffesido Turk near that city on Thursday of last week One of the Ashland journals tells this about i After describing the dances in which several hundred couples took part it says Several exciting athletic contests were pulled off during the lifter noon among which was the tune h heralded contest of skill in the na tional game the Hibernians vs the mICK Tho grandstand and field were crowded with enthusiastic rooters plnyingpufortht ment of a glorious victory for their particular banner in the baseball game The gathering of the Elks with their purple banner flung to the August breeze was cheered tto the echo by n host of admirers while the emerajdhued flag of Erins sons proudly floated in the ambient air and was cheered by hundreds of nd miring friends It was a purple and green contest for supremacy each hll1imlltlngItselfspectators Both teams gave a splendid exhibition and their ability to overcome obstacles in an viated contest was truly admirable In time latter part of the ninth iIn- ning when honors were pretty ever time score hoarding to trio aificlmscorekeepor nnd time umpire all o 0 in favor of the Hibernians During this liming the purple banner was stirred by n cheering breeze at most exciting stage when a we turned run Was Scored tieing tIle Hibernians but for some reason tho Elks conceived tho idea that this run won 1he game by a score of 8 to 7 thafternoonca e woud not yield to entreaties of the opposing team and so It ended with a good natured squabble and was de cided by the umpire to bo a tie game 7 to 7 When the run was made by the Elks two men were out and ns it looked IQ the spectators another run could not have been scored unless the unexpected which some times happens would have taken place At any rato the game was very interesting and created no lit tle enthusiasm among both sides of the baseball shield For the Hiber IrreprossiUheldf tentstwirlingwino closed other tuition contests of an athletic nature were pulled off enjoyedDuring lit evenorag thee moon shone bright and glorious holpelltQmakQ fitreuThirnaa k 1in1 theAni wants to see the delegates to jtlifi u eattamedrrit er Y realIzedTIN YEARS I Has Father Felton ServedI As Pastors of St Augustines Rev Father Feltcn will celebrate his tenth anniversary ns pastor ofCr tontorrrowFathert much celebrating himself limit his eelebrntiiifarJ b unformedi AugustlnellYouug I Broadway trout Tenth to FOntrteent- mlreet I and at 5 oclock solemn yes lieII rK will 1 be suing The sermon willl preached by the lltv Dr 0 P Uhernmn pastor of St Philip1 Neris church InJrmollYbeta in Louisville eleven years Forn thhiurtI while Father UWIIfOlr oSthashud 1 Boredparochinlann orchestra andI soujptles that keep nil busyITricnds oyelthecon wlllhhimI an niversary ns a minister ofed HEALTH JlESbllT Temperature In Irelan Nearly 30 Degrees Lower hastakenment of conditions In Ireland has w uiivu for a MHICIOII trce yearsT UesortforSeckerTheremarkedincreaso itor in Ireland namely the nomberof wives and children of Irishmen comfithome heatofIrisirlsh a holidayttishoreslargenumber wanltlSa of considering Irelandas a possible opening for welcomelsHorupourwlltcrpmfctI lrcillmlwilll IIIIOWInRd worldAmericans tinSonUtwcekwhontroUlOdthclhundIrolandweretimernunneterN nhncoegreesupwhen Iilori0 afternoontETERNAL CITY What Members of Catholic hFaith See In Rome There is but one Jlomo in this world anti down the thirty centuries EtornrUitynl whole world was represented timerlm 1ilgritogawentnnc1tcucratthewhitegowned gentle viceroy of hint who trap atCalvarJJLSuSJews the Prince of Peace the llnnlInclads1 In the Fattier and tho lather in lIi llolUhaxtefury nation of it present lIuehn tuiclinndan vorlddoeam tohllllcladilm a 110hasi a BigUR trial and celestial for time and titriplekingsmanklllgdoJntheresummation of the world VEXKKABLE MATRON DEAl ofthoe EddiedMrsOstermonsis of the brain Thursday afternoon and never recovered She was a native of Ireland and was sixty years tliegreaterpartofMrs Ostermaii is survived by fiveI ofChJeugowho have charge of the cigar star DOstermandaughter Mrs Esther Artpictte of Louisville StChllumornis The Ilev Father C masssto of beautifuJi tribute to the deccax The chufchl was thronged with sor rowing friends of the grief trlelcen family The pallbearers were Messrs 1f OReilly Dart Kane Jolla Cole 1I8MJo 1 BIRRELL II I Land lUll Passes First Kendli In British House of Commons Irish1 People Sec Jtay ofI Hope and England IH Thinkingl text Pnrllnnicnt AV111 Face Questionhat Onec IMPERIAL AFFAIRS ARRESTED I Cable messages to the American dailies on Saturday announced that itsfirst ritish House of Commons To the American curOKJlKSmel tillhishAIIICIlcllnt sellta Inthopeople home it meant hope and to the right thinking people of England itmeant cause for further thought UelicrothatEnglandAll mostdmodern timeswere arrested all measures for the Englandwerereferencotoand all other imperial problems were postponed indoClUitcl wayfOlsixtysecolldIn fact Westminster was for n ofCommonsat Dublin This startling fact hasi IntelUgentorglln8 factorsg such rule progresssbill during this week ne meantime was excellent Bi removes most of the blots w WyndIct intyearsreice i is town fault unless multilatipnif Ilousedalso is the first real practical solution of tho problem of thebrcnknow occupied by sheep and cattle instead of beingsThefor the moment are thirtyvere thedhthei0IrishOrangemenUnionistsbeing overthotothel lundlords allthowore c onil1utmay Ignore these vast majorities and mutiliatc the bill so ns to make itsacceptance by the Irish party im nrtoultln but with the utter brelllc d own of the campaign against the tboIIIolalsendthego tbeHousol nnd otter a sham fight yield to all Irishsof centuries in Ireland Wales which is demanding the church disestablishment bill and tho Workingman who seeks additional in surance schemes also want another Irishmparty if time Birrell bill passes in ac cepted shape favors the earliest ThisHousoofdoIngnext House of Commons whatever part happens to win will be com r pelled to face the home rule question iimmediately THKEI3 SISTERS WKD noonlostpriest at St Jarlaths church Chi cage Miss Lillian Lamson twenty ofWesleyM Lamson eighteen yenta old mar rledFrcd seventcen Thodthetwedding philosophically I thoywered would liked onednutacceptableUlero KEENEIHN A HERO rotoranDratt otJmornIng1MI windowofstreet lie burst open the door anti theelland hU daughter were asleep and rAnerhan carried the sleepinjr 1toesiet The ilainage tie house 1ra 11 600 t KEJSTUOK5Z XR1SII A RIOAJr IKENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanccmemen of Irish Americans ad Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated PublUhor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLB COPY sc i entered lit the Loulivlll Poitodlce n Second Clue natter UlSress all Communication to tbe KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33S37 West Oreei St TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY ATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1909 VIIV CATHOMtSS AHK PROUD Unfortunately there nro people hi the world who slwniefacodly say My parents wore Catholics Why then are not tho children Catholics Why have they grown ashamed ot the faith of their father Every Catholic can point with pride to old mother church for she is the only force In the world that really stands for law and order for authority In Church and State against the divorce ell for the sanctity of the home The Catholic church has tho snmo standard of morality for man tin for women She has lifted women from slavery to a position or dig nity and honor Let no Catholic be ashamed of his religion It has been the source of blessing for more than 1900 year- sltIWliES5 AUTO DRIVING Trout January 1 to Sunday August 29 no less than 153 lives had been snuffed out by automobiles and on Sunday St Louis showed up with five more deaths duo to the reckless use of automobiles lloforo the month of September is ended there is little doubt that the fatality list will run to 200 Very few if any of these fatalities may be credited to accident In nearly every case the accidents ore due to worse than neg ligence and in most cases to criminal negligence It semis fortunate that fit many cases the foolhardy chauffeurs have paid the penalty with their lives Night hero in Louisville there is room for improvement in regulating tho speedof these fustflying ma chines Unfortunately tho police mind firemen who are permitted to use nutocars are tho worSt violators 1 set n had example for other iffeurs who travel our streets e automobile presented to POlle- X by American friends is the I theme for gossip from Homo spomlenta of foreign news rs One day they let Ills lloli present the machino to the Papal Secretary of State Cardinal Merry del Val On another day they adorn the Patient museum with it Just wait until he gets an airship and sco what the gossips will say t Washington dispatches soy Presi dent raft will talk on the tariff on his trip through the West Actions speak louder titan words Mr Taft rgned the tariff hill that gives every advantage to the Xew Knglaml1 manufacturer and ignores the West ern producer lie had better thlnl of some other topic Tho 1ost on Wednesday said thait its automatic counter revealed 35S persons in flue big Democratic par ode on Tuesday night That is most probably a typographical error TJie Post meant automatic liar HUSH HOSlMTATriY An English commercial traveler saysIn could spend any length of time iin Ireland without being impressedC bjr the wonderful hospitality of the people generally They are of n u dlspoaitioucircles will you find tho strict ob I prevailIs wonderfully keen and o one can not help noticing this HM it is to bo found in practically all classes alike I think the average Englishman has osilg tosco the amount of trade which IIs done in quite a small town nor especially on a market day or fair day In tho smallest towns uni 1 dj founwhoIInetlcnllyull generahardware11 tlonery drapery even up to a sot fnrnlturtriteof these stores are wealthy men I nnA01 FOR A CHUUCH According to Eastern adviced the members HC Holy Rosary church EdjfOwnter N tf fo kateep inter hstIn the trotting matli6o at the SUlJllayilloIogoodly sum Sere tuned over to the f othisr IlosnrhissryI iwrisli drove Yankee hay a pacer filth a record of 210 und this added to time j interest of the flock YKtV YOHK ATHKETHS WON Thou bantis of Irish men and roueingt MartlnSherManoUlle T ttMl Club wereeasUgHT attars 8ileridpn cored lourte tVcQrahtbtr t i teen points Sheridan won the three standing jumps anti tho discus tliroV took second in the running hop step and jump and third in the hammer throw McOratli won the hammer throw and fiftysix pound ahem throw and was second in the discus throw He threw the hammer 173 feet 10 inches After that ho tossed the fiftysix pound weight 138 feet 3 inches GK11MAN SLM1LK There Is a good lesson for parent- lu this little story related by one of our German exchanges A morels couple had resolved to cultivate a little kitchen garden together One bed was yet empty and tho man wish hag to give his wife a pleasant sur prise secretly sows tho bed with lettuce Next day the wife goes with the home secrecy and plants beans fin the same bed which she thinks is empty Afterward husband and wife continuo to go to the bed alternately to weed Itt The woman thinks the young lettuce Is a weed and plucks iit up and the man treats the beans iin the sumo way eo that in the end they have neither beans nor lettuce and both are surprised and provoked Bven so It is In the training of children when the mother permits what the father forbids and the father by word or example destroys what the mother has planted DKATH AT NEWPORT Mrs Mary forger a popular matron of Newport Ky died nt her home in tbat city on Saturday Her opernttonthemorning oral was attended by many mourning relatives and friends Tho deceased is survived by Iwo sons and two daughters The sons arc George Berger n well known grocer Charles Berger agent for the Wlcdc maim Brewing Company and tin daughters aro Mrs Frank Schwein licnlt and Miss Julia Berger LIONS FOR TAUT According to n Cincinnati paper tho collection of animals in Queen Citys zoological garden w i I soon be enriched by the addition of two cubs that were born in the Vatican Gardens It is said that 1ope Pius X has presented them to President Taft anti the President In turn has given them to the Cin cinnati zoo The cubs arc part of 1a litter born to the lioness present ed tc the Pope by King Menclik of Abyssiinia I CJ10IQB OK CLERGYI Although no official announce ment mummy be made for months it I currently and more or less numbs tically rumored that Bishop John Carroll of Helena Mont is the fir CoadjutorforDubequcTheL JH said that Bishop James J Keane onslgnOlUclmelTown were second and third choice respectively I UNSETTLED Time editor of ix country paper re ceived the following query Can you tell me what the weather wll be next month In reply ho wrototIlt Is my belief that tho weather next month will be very much like your subscription Tho Inquirer wondered for an hour what the editor was happenedn Ho to went Iin tho next day and sqaured Ills account CALIFORNIA TO CELEBRATE tltt0 Catholics of San Francisco are In trees ed in the elaborate prepara titcovcry of San Francisco flay The festivities will occur October 1023 bJVfzealno1 l of agjiin by white men until 1770 MONASTIC LIFE SAVERS f 11theAlps Over 30000 persons cross the moon ains at St Bernards every HospicehuullrfdlJ SeptemberEvenv Alotposts travelers arc cov ered by snow and disappear I AERIES OF LECTURES Bfohpp James T lCcnncnrCheyeiine Rio will open the now Auditorium at Milwaukee will a series of lectures to Catholics and non C tholics on October 4 The leclur is will be given under the auspices of Milawukeo Knights of Column ins and will continuo through out tlie week r 1 AR ITQUAICE AT ROME The city of Ttomo was visited 1 by an carthquako Tucsflayafteriioon but aside groin craeldtifr the facade of thdEiRnft Anna chapel no pCrious damn ire aVK done Tho nhocU not felt at the VaticanIjj- ADDRBSSED DKMOCRAT f ItzotnTnursday vox sad nlf1ItlaJ delivered a1 allrrliW ndr dress to the FlovcI county time erstte Club Mr TU ot made tA tint Ironrffwloii and woe linvited t often o fr THE GULLS OF IRELAND There are pretty szeues in Ireland From Wlcklows magic vales To whero the sweet meandering Moy Divides Tyrawleys dales Thero aro flowrs all oer the mead owe- Theres honey In her trees But the pretty girls of Ireland Are fairer far than these There are charming scenes lp fro land Her parks her woods her mountains Klllarneya lakes and fellsHer deep romantic dells Fair Corks delightful river And thine 0 sweet Adare But tho charming girls of Ireland Are fifty times as fair There are noble scones In Ireland From Mourne to prOud Mulree From Corrlbs waves to Vurtrys stream All sparkling pure and freeMOh crystal aro her fountains That laugh by night and day But tile high souled girls of Ireland Are purer far than they 1f1wliw 9a lft 616 S0GIETv1 slliss Elizabeth Hawkins is visitingI relatives in Chicago William McKcnna of Portland has turned from Chicago Miss Elizabeth Fisher is the guest of friends at MiltonMVisa Celia Laven is In New YorkI for a three weeks vipit Dennis Gleason of New AlbanyIs visiting relatives in Chicago Miss Mary Mitchell is expected to return from Auburn next week Mrs Nick Welssenberge of Port laud is visiting friends at Francisco Ind Miss Margaret llennessy has returned iron a fortnights visit to St Louis I Frank Kelly of St Louis in visit- Ing relatives and friends in New Albany Miss Vinlta Johnson has been spending the week with friends atvStithton Mrs John Burke of Lexington 3 is visiting her mother Mrs It Guy of Portland Miss Mamie llurka is visiting he cousins the Misses Lynch of lles Point I y- ThonasI Scully Jr1 of South Louis rifle has returned from an extender fishing trip WenIIi n Central City pass nose Shan of Clifton 1 is spending a few weeks with friends in Cincinnati Miss Adelaide Stransel of Southern Heights is spending Fair week in Frankfort Mrs Martin J Carroll of Port land is spending two weeks at French Lick Springs lessise willPt ytpiss Tillio Everin of South Louis villc has returned from a trip to Chicago anti Michigan City Miss Estelle Kelly has returned to her home in Clifton after a two months+ visit to Minneapolis Misses Annie and Alice Burke and froNew11 Miss Loretta Langan of South Louisville IR expected to rotorfrom Joplin Mo next week Miss Helen Fullcnlove of Beech 0IsltdaughterMIssseph Mo to spend several weeks returnefromI Edward Truex of Watertown Pa spendlugt isflystrcethusli Union Henderson nndDavless corn tiesMiss WestChestnnt relntlnMisses Maggie and May Everin and Louist1 I ton Ind speaeccralsister Mrs 1 Wheelhouse of Cres cent hill tMiss I spentai InStl n llOs1eturncdher sister Mrs P J llnnlonnt At lantic City Miss Carolyn Sullivan of 1mhe street Parkland spent the fair tree with Mr and Mrs A R Willett of Sbelbyville CliftonassAcallemySllrlndlll f school year I olfewtIopi Mrs Tamed McDonald of M08 Soothi Fourth Street s tsltGithl friends In Cincinnati alai bats w ui T turning home Will make a visit to Indian Territory Miss Maggie Ward was tho guest of pies E D Shinnlck of Shelby vllle while tho Shelby county fair was in progress Misses Mabel1 and Sallle Cnhill mind Carl Woodrow all of Smyrna are visiting their gandmother Mrs Ellen Cahill ot Lyndon Mrs Margaret Kennedy of 1130 Bardstown road is apeniliug a few weeks as a guest of the Dominican nuns at Springfield Jolty J 1of 1124 Rogers street and daughters hero returned from n delightful visit to Nashville where they were the guests of friends and relatives Mrs John Gulllon of South Louis rills has as her guests puss Kath erine Qiiinn of Nashville anti Miss ary Glenn of St Louis Fred N EiHcnman wife null daughterwill arrive tomorrow to visit his brotherinlaw J L Stnls setI of Southern Heights plisses Mary Ellen Furey and Teresa Maloney are visiting the Dominican nuns at St Catherine Academy near Springfield Ky daughterHisspleasant twoweeks visit to St I Cat herinos Academy Springfield I Mrs Wado Brown has returned1 to I her home at Samuels Depot after- spendbrg a week with her mother rs J1 P Conners of South Louis I vlllo Ilighlnud I i Brtiss rand Bruss Walsh of Terre Haute have returned from u visit to Port ISoyalt Sylvester llapier tho popular ohethatatleudedon Tuesday duughlcraEtheli 1i whcletheJmindMrslhlelltJTrnstfronBay fnmIIJ sunnnctthereHarry Lally the popular sewnl1I tenmIsI IIr withti hlhorns redDoaring llIlIlJIptlonon t bridetofItlittlednughtnrMary Garvoy are spending a month offllrtlnreutlcsTlloentltulncl1 liarhagtakenpeas Kathryn Dominica Brcnnau of Louisville anti James B Donahue of Winchester Ky were united 1 marriage at St Williams church the ofIllIatInAC bride is the charming daughter of Mr anti Mrs John F Brcnnan PAT LALLY IMPROVES Patrick Lally the veteran i RalitvACompany 3y d1 multeamMonday afternoon At first his life was despaired of hut ho rallied later and is now believed to be on the Patmvery popular with all classes and hi friends wish to see him back on duty as soon as possible I FRITZ RisCl + lat limn Charles Becker the genial Secre llfewerrCOmllany t tho Democratic barbecue this week promisIngt brighten his homo at Twentyfirst and Main streets Little Fritz will be christened tomorrow and In the evening the event will bo celebrated NEW OFFICERS CHOSEN Mackin Councils Social Club was reorganized for the fall anti wrote season at n meeting held last FriI tiny night Shcrloy Cunlffc tv- telected ni nPresident JIIUIII1IM 111111 Vice President Martin Cusick J Secretaryi tint Time club will initiate the season with one of its famous dances durirfg the latter part of this month ICE CREAM AND EUCHRE A euchre and lee cream fete wi 1 Twentyfifthafternoon old evening of Tuesday September 51 The afternoon gout will be called at 230 oclock and th evening game at 8 oclock prenT cause PAPAS PRIZE WINNER Mr and Mrs Edward A arc receiving congratulations over the arrival of a pretty little daugh Brennakarrive in time Ion the West Broad1 way Social Clubs baby show but I 1 already counting on her winning tit prize at the event next year DlSCUITa One quart flour three teaspoonfuls of baking powder pinch of wilt one third cupful jnigar piece of butter Sleo of an ejfjf iiix wjth one cupful1 of milk to a soft dough odd tw- wellll beaten gsin1fxJml191lll nu t Dtlpvtllit ltnall biscuits Wtt In If jqutek Otteoar RELATIONS That Exist Between Catholic Priests amid Their Ue- spcctlve Flocks lIcls Servant Advisor mill Erlcnil of lllpli mid Low I Syinpatlietlc In Adversity anti Joyful nt Good Fortune THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING The people of a parish should re member the following facts add by so doing they will roseb lizo moro fully the bonds which unite them to their parochial institution mural clergy For them the priest labors to builda church and school When complete these institutions belong to them all improvements are theirs the simple or artistic decorations arc theirs Schools lire built aud maintained to give their children H jrcateRthenefitJstowed on them The priest himself is theirs He is ordained for them he is at their disposal nt all times when they call him In the silent hours of the night while the world sleeps he rises from his roach Hari out into the blinding storm he hastens to lontnglonhlle tthctttl his Master he is to give his life to them if necessary The priest is your steward and friend Ho re joices with you in your prosperity sympathizes with you in your ndI versity grieves with you in your sorrow When you arc down he encourages you to rise and hope and reminds you that often the darkest sour isi mornIII He puts all your sorrow old troubles into tho chalice mid offers them tu the Eternal rather as an atonement llilJll11dsllife You pour into his car secrets nnlldeurestyour life tales of sorrow remorse and veryliveshefIllsgrace 1 oCforglcnessi peace and sin no more Who but he could have taken anc a load from you and seat you of 1t your way rejoicing There is iin ofCnthollcsflnl1Ing erltlclAelndlllultparish but how hard it is to get the thelIurllelllJI people with pay their pew rent promptly lire not among the grum contributenthefaultfindersThe people who belong to the intheevery possible occasion and assist their children are not among the willinglysend Catholicnamong the discon IntothllIpaper art not opt to make Illnatured com plaint As a rule the critics in n andthegrace fault wayscongregation is to reform them selves I PORTLAND VS GLEXWOOD The Portland Stars and their old rivals mho upUnnorrova rattling good game is expected as this Is toleeldochampionshipbelortlondsandSempleTheUlonwooda thisyludbo s are out for bitter revenge tomorrow I CAPT KRAKEL BETTER therIoulsvIlle theusthrtystirenp anrAtllrsthishut later this week he showed IshopedI CATHOLIC FEDERATION FederationIlmeet next Thursday evening President An thony Sheridan desires a full at tendance as the delegates to the theireDoughertys1f to be present anti address the Federation I j HEALTH IMPROVES The health of Archbishop Messmcr innconttn1clJto 6T212EofI shadessfrocksogirAsThough becomingfavorBluewithblacktJnIshorbithehraldlng Itumor hag it that velftet will be a Thinii vefeen vrlll ba much warn All stores sire offering abort end or 1200 Pairs of Mens Pure Thread Silk Socks Regular 150 Value 19ceSale Price Pair ON SALE IN MENS SECTION Almost every man has a fondness for pretty Half Hose and here is an opportunity to lay i n a supply for the dress season and gift giving These splendid values will make ideal holiday gifts and you will certainly pay double the price for the same value at holiday time Every pair is of pure thread silk withreenforced lisle heel sole and toe which insures extra wearing quality Colors 9lavenderSTEWART DRY GOODS COlocorporittd 1M CONNECTION WITA JAJitS McUHEEBY fc UL NEW YORK e NNOOONNlit 1909 November Election 1909 a I I IiIfi Iij i 3t t W 0i HEAD I AND THE 1 ahf I Democratic TicketfOINONNN NNON00 N 1 ON OONN NNNNNNNONNN N ON NNNNONON NO NNNON OON m W1- IThenflI I IIIIWili 00 Il ellIlI stop NOW is tbe time to pro I vide against such an emerg ency and the WAYto do it is with a SAVINGS ACCOUNT here which you may start with as little as ONE DOLLAR and which will bear interest COM POUNDED twice a year Ky Title J SavingsBank II an- dTrust CoIIIIII JJ Fifth and Court Place nut 131 p m until 7 p m L U Palls City Cleaning and Dye Works- J M QARVBY Manager EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay I lame Phone S89Z 416 S FIFTH ST Independent of All Undertakers I KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty liotS PRONE 1077 Give your boys as edicatloi that ylll pre pare then for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway LoMlavllIe Ky Conducted by the Xtverlan Brother Classical scientific and Burinc Courscn rrepamtonr De fartmeatIargeSwimming PotWenqu edJ- DDuhlm TermaModerate Bro JesJIir of goods at small prices and the wise woman vvlll do well to now athuk up In staple mxterabs dinMop 7v 7TCAULEYS One week commencing Monday Sept G Matinees Monday and Saturday PRINCE OF TONIGHT MUSICAL COMEDY HENRY WOODWARD and Seventy People FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL Free Band Concerts High Class Vaudeville Dancing and Popular Features FREE GAJTI3J RIVERVIEWPARKLoulsvllles FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics j Socials Outings greatlyimprovodwIth new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the mia ngement of Phoenix Hill before closing e contracts PETER Mt ANDRIQT SONS WAMN MANUFACTURERS Cwfege Reiilclff iriRiMirTint 20S AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET i mingy and therefore wise buys III Walt until thllast moment before buying their fall aullti1 roII