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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i KENTUCRISIIRIVOLUME XXIIINO12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1909 UNITY Not Loss of Identity Is Slogan of Stalwart New Alllnnce i Washington Attorney Praises the Work oiYMT Envoys New Officers Chosen at Boston In General Interest of Youth LOOKING OUT FOR THE BOYS The entire Y M Jcun be proud of its envoys to the recent conven Lion of the Catholic Young Mens National Union nt Boston Louisville can certainly be proud of the work of James T Shelley who went to Boston with P H Keefe of Pitts burg as the personal representative of Supreme President Malian It is very often well to see our repre sentative as well ns ourselves as others see us and the Kentucky Irish American is indebted to Attorney Joseph D Sullivan of Wash ington D C for n reflection of Messrs Shelley and Keefe at tho C Y M X U convention This is the way Mr Sullivan holds the mirror up to us- The officers of the C Y M X U look upon the articles of alliance ns the first step in a much closer union which is to follow and from which they expect to see tremendous re sults to the Catholic men of the United States They were much im pressed with the splendid types of men sent to represent the Y M1 I and the business like way in which they acted at nil times It was n pleasure to meet them und to trans act business with them and the fact that they succeeded in having the alliance effected is a high tri bate to their efficiency ns envoys The national officers for the C Y M N U for the ensuing year are President Willinm C Sullivan Washington D C Vice President Frank A Kelly of Philadelphia Treasurer Leo Smith Philadelphia The Catholic Summer School Cliff Haven N Y was selected ns the place for meeting next year This retlucstofthe Summer School During the several sessions plats were adopted to widen the scope of the activity of the union and ar rangements were made to affiliate with the American Federation of Catholic Societies Resolutions wore adopted decrying Socialism deplor ing the ignorance which caused it and branding it as the great menace to our institutions The sensational and Immoral articles of the daily press were condemned and Catholic editor were asked to unite with the public in stopping their publication The reading of Catholic pa pers were recommended and the young men were urged to lend their support in improving the Catholic papers in their home towns and cities wherever those journals were not of n superior quality Work was laid out for the ensuing year in the way of school boy and working boy field meets anti nth physicaldevelopment anti lectures for their intellectual tralnjng and summer camps for their recreation amidst religious surroundingsMr arrived home Saturday morning As is customary with him he was extremely modest about the parthe played in the big convention He declares that there has been no entangling alliance but that each society will maintain its identity He will report what has been accom plished to Supreme President Mnhnn and will later make his rev port to the Supreme Council If the work of Messrs Shelley and Keefe is approved as it very likely will be the boys of fourteen to eighteen in the West will secure additional advantage and the C Y M N U In the Bast will augment its membership by 20000 At present each society is satisfied with the status of affairs OLD KENTUCKY HOME g Is Plenty Good Enough for Rev Brother Richard Rev Brother Richard of St Xavlers College 1s home again after a trip on the Continent of Europe and visits to England and Ireland He was accompanied oh the trip by Rev Brother Norbert of Baltimore They sailed for Europe in July and reached home the first week in September Both enjoyed eVerya minute of the trip nbroad and each will have instructive tales to tilt his classes during the present school year Brother Richard said toa representative of the Kentucky Irish American n rJYes I am glad to be home again I enjoyed my trip Immensely and although the ocean was very tough i when we crossed wee were never f seasick We went first to the mother house of the XBveri u- i1Biotlle OX Bruges Belgium Our order fe growing ra idly lit that eofttrtry 1lete we went to CJlMUf fltrffny and Visited the t cgkirel 1ttNlte 1fat JiU we went to Hanover and visited my parents birthplace Prom Germany we went to Till burg Holland and visited the Very Rev Father flax He was glad to see somebody from Kentucky and sent his blessing to nil his old friends in Louisville and to his be loved people of St Johns parish in particular I accompanied Brother Norbert to Ireland and we there vis ited the birthplace of his parents Ireland Is delightful and the Lakes of Klllarney is the most beautiful spot we saw in our travels We spent a week in London where the Xaverians have four large colleges After that we set our faces home ward and here I am in my old Ken tucky home I saw and enjoyed many great sights and was enlightened on many things abroad but America and Louisville for me Brother Richard declined to be interviewed as to whether he kissed the Blarney Stone while In Ireland but there are many who believe he did Time will tell IJIIIANDS CIIAN CEo New French Premier Can Make Himself Very Popular Cablegrams to the secular press of the United States say that M Briand on assuming the position of Premier in France made a declara Deputiesit cept on one point Vhile pr mis hug that he would be an enemy to persecution for conscience sake he added the condition provided the laws were observed lint this wens begging the question for as certain clauocs of the church laws could not we arc told be accepted by Catholics the sumac persecutions will go on as before The Bishops think that M Briand would show himself nn impartial mud sagacious statesman if he would draught u law that would abolish preIous himself said that the church laws were not as perfectly constructed as they might be He has now been able to learn from experience and he hUH the opportunity to make peace The Catholics do not ask to be tikes back by the State they are content to abide the loss of propertybutstatus nnd to be protected in the rights acquired since the separation alreadytIwthink the inner meaning of M Briands statement are indulging in hcts of peltS tyranny Tlio real Premier Itriand is yet go1nbfoldi at nhother discoticcrtltfgJlihrt- veok he has released from prison a number of nntimilitarista and an archists to be impartial he is also liberating some of the Boynlist youths mud even the six months sentence imposed on M Pierre Hictry Deputy for Brest Is to bo remitted All thus is excellent us proofs of intelligence and fair mindcdnesK A charter for the Catholics would dispel discontent from more than half the country MOTJKNEI BY MANY Father Rock Paid Tribute to Very Worthy Lady The funeral of Miss Ella Grady who died at the fiiinily residence Fifth anti WhlnUt streets lust Sat urday took place from the Cathe dral on Monday morning Death re salted from n complication of nil ments The deceased is survived by three sisters Mrs Mary limes Mrs Annie OOmnel of St Louis and brotherI in charge of one of the dressmaking departments nt the New York store Recently she retired on account of ill health Jlev Father hock celebrated the requiem mass and preached the fu neral sermon While it was an admonition to the living ho paid a feeling tribute to the life of Miss lifelongnientberwho had devoted her life to church and charitable work lie told of her resignation and happy death anti admonished nil to follow her ex cellent example Many friends fol lowed tic remains to their laid rest ing place in St Johns cemetery DIVISION 1 BUSY President John H Hennessy occu pied the chair at the meeting of Division 4 AO II Monday night and the attendance was fair John J HVinn Dave Bellly and William T McDonogh Were appointed to draft appropriate resolutions on the death of Mrs Johanna Connelly mother of William J Connelly a member of Division 4 and State Secretary of the order Michael McDermott who neeslorward made a short talk on Catholic federation that was well received An invitation to atterd Divislop 2s picnic next Monday WBB accepted HAPPY AFFAIR I1is Mary T Barrett was pleas aptly surprised Thursday evening with a birthday party at the res idence of tier IIlrIJ1 Barrett on East Market street Among the tokens of remembrance presented was a handsome ruing wont her chiU dren George Leo Al Raymond Parnell lUr Mr Yrglnl Hannon andMiss Lillian eoe1e bimtion was a ftnnUy affiilr and e bm it i f i j DOLORS Of the Blessed Virgin Will Be Celebrated by the Church Tomorrow Great Double Feast Is Always Celebrated Twice a Year Each Event Brought Anguish- to the Mother of Our Sav lourR- EPRESENTED IN WORKS OF ART i Tuinorroxv the church throughout the world will celebrate the seven dolors or seven sorrows of the Blessed Virgin St John mentions that Mary time mother of our Saviour with other holy women and St John stood at the fool of apostleshindof Simeon A sword will pierce thine own soulwas most perfectly fulfilled and very naturally the sor rows of Mary have been the favorite subject of contemplation with tho saints among whom St Ambrose and St Bernard deserve particular noticeThey dwell particularly on the intensity of her mental suffering and on the supernatural constancy with which she endured it Time famous hymn Stabat Mater celebrates Xiarys sorrows at the foot of the cross in sublime language The seven founders of the Servite order in the thirteenth century devoted themselves to time special meditation of the dolors of Mary and from them the enumeration of the seven sorrows is said to have come iflie feast of the seven dolors was instituted at a Provincial Council at Cologne in 1121 nt a time when the Hussites were destroying crucifixes and images of the Mother of Sor rows with fanatical zeal In 1725 Benedict XIII caused this feast t be celebrated in the States of the church on the Friday after Passion Sunday This feast is now observed throughout the church as a greater doubleIn Pope Plus VII directed that a second feast of the seven dolors should be kept annually on tihe third Sundnyof September In allusion to her seven sorrows the J 19MHellVItgiI11 r0prtwsr teditwrt transfixed by seven swords In Louisville a number of churches have works of art representing the Blessed Virgin holding the body of her Divine Sop after He huts been taken down from time cross Several of these notably those in the Cathe drill at St Louis Bertrands anil St Bonifaces church ore very hand sonic The seven dolors of Maryour Blessed Mother as handed down to us by the founders of the Servites are The prophecy of Simeon when he told her n sword shall pierce thine own soul time flight with the child Jesus and St Joseph into Egypt to escape honed the three days loss of the child Jesus in the temple before He was found teach lug the doctors of that tiny nt the carrying of the cross at the crucifixion at the descent froth the cross and lit our Saviours entomb ment SURPRISED THEM friends Invade Residence of Sliver Jubilee Couple Mr and Mrs Hurry A Vcene nan who celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of their wedding last week returned from a tripIto Cincinnati and Covington only to be victimized by their friends Yet their disappointment was a pleasant one Neither expected company hardlyIthe door bell rang Then in marched Messrs Patrick Holley Henry Hut old then Michael Beichert William T Meehan Gen Gus Kline Charles J Desse Charles Falk John II Sclialda Charles Hill Eugene Mc Carthy Newton G Rogers Ben Beckman William M Hlggins Jo seph P McGinn Capt J B Murphy Bernard JColl and John Kinney After each had offered his indi vidual congratulations to Mr nnd Mrs Veeneman Col Joseph P Mc Ginn Inbelmlfof time other visitors presented beautiful piece of silver ware to the overwhelmed pair Hus band anti wife thanked their guests for the gift and for their good wishes Then came music vocal and instrumental and the Veenemnn residence on Chestnut street above Preston was a merry One for soy erings hours An abundance of re freshments were served anti all enjoyed the visit During the evening each of the visitors made n few npr proprlnte remarks and Wished the happy couple piony returns of the nnnlvershry FORSAKES THE WORLD Miss Mary Cassidy one Of the- mostpopular3oung ladles Ot the Cathedral parish has gone to Carthage Ohio to begiiV herr novitiate ass a Sister of the Good Shepherd Until a few weeks ago Miss Caisidy wa employed u elerk In one of Loulnvllles Jargeai 1I18r aisdeaatlleadmired ltda wide oiWjle of so h Y I l qunlntancos Previous to her de parture she was the truest of honor at many delightful entertainments While keenly1 regretting her de herItions and good wishei r PRIEST MOURNED I father Louis Miller Labor ed Many Years In Louisville Louisville friends Jof the Rev Father Louis Stiller M C were whenIN Y He hud only been confined to his bed a few days when the final summons lIme Father Miller is survived by a broth r anti sister both of whom reside n Uticn N Y The Rev Father Leo Greullch who succeeded Father Miller as pastor pf cityleftwhere the funeral waClield Tuesday muIJILudden11151HS Father Miller was pro in Baden andminegrnduatingfromSyrmcurel theology in Syracuse College Litter he attended time famous university at Innsbruck Austri4 and received Theologyliel and then returned to the United SUites Ills first ee leslastlcnl la bors were at Trenton iN T- In 1880 the learned and energetic young priest was seriTgHo Louisville as pastor of St Anth wiys He saw a large and growJiijj congregation with a sump church hd inacieqtiatc parochial school blh flings In a comparatively short time he had caused the erection of a new church school buildings rind l jjarochial residence These I nip pi veimints cost 200000 After cigh ecu years of labor here he was transferred to the pastorate of the C iiuchof Our Lady Syracuse am was twice elected 1rovJncial ol the Order of Minor COIHentuaIHII f Father Miller had n any friends in Louisville both amoi g Protestants und Catholics win s ncerely regret his untimely death IIENRY COUNTY JWill Have Benefit of One Weeks Catholic fIIt vV Mission = I s IIs ftae4ri JIm Father Edward W Boos pastor of the church at Pewee Valley and its subordinate missions has ar rntigcd tot a mission to nonCath olics und Ciitholles in Henry county The preacher will bo Itev Father JLIcnry Miller C 1of Chicago 111 The first three lectures will be delivered at Frnnkllnton on Septem her 28 2J and o The mumming three wilt be preached in the Catholic church at Eminence The mis sion will close on that Jay which will also be the Uyeiityfivst anni vcraary of the dedication of the church Rev Father Hoes 1taE arranged for a solemn high muss for that day A double quartette consisting of members of the Concordia Singing Society of Louisville will sing the ntusic of the muss and at benedic tion The Catholics of Emineace are making elaborate preparations for tin event and hope td see the church filled to overflowing with their nonCatholic friends and neighbors jhere lire many noiiCnthollps in Henry county wjio are by no means hostile to their Catholic neighbors but who have never heard Catholic doctrine explained For the enlight went of these Father Hoes has arranged the nnlsslom- iESTIMAIJLE LAITY GONE Mrs Bridget Finegan nn old and respected member of St Patricks familyresidenceTuesday morning She had been in ill health for several weeks and her death was by no means unexpected Mrs Finegan was born in Ireland sixtyseven years ago but had spent the greater part of herr life in Louis rifle She was respected und loved by nil who knew her Three sots survive They nre Charles 1lnegnu tliB well known grocer James P Finegan who Iis associated with his brother in the grocery business engineerThis shortIperiod Xot long ago the wife of Charles Finegan passed away A few weeks ago William Bishop a brptherlnlaw diedamI now the mother hns gone to ler eternal ro ward A large concourse of sorrow ing friends attended the funeral Thursday EMMKT S ANNIVKUSAIir hmldred I execution of Bobert Emmet The young Irish patriot was Hung and beheaded at the instance of the British Government on Septeniber 20 1803 ENJOYED Tim T0 inEIiAXO John McNabb a popular raM N railroad conductor has returned to his home 1150 East Broadway after a sojourn of four months in Ireland Mr McXabb is enthuclaitld over the beauties of the country the iiitelll gettee and impron d ooeditloa of the PeoPieon EBBING I Slowly Awawy Is Lite oi Itight Rev Bishop ot Title Diocese Scholar and Builder ol Churches Not Expected to Live Long Advanced Ago Is Only Cause Assigned tor Ills Condition i DEAN OF AMERICAN HIERARCHY As the Kentucky Irish American goes to press the Itight Itev Bishop McCloskey is reported at deaths door lie1 is nearly eightyseven years old and suffers from no par ticular malady just n simple wast ing away of his vitality as a result of his advanced nge lIe was a man of simple life and frugal habits amid in a great measure these two faculties have been conducive to his longevityBishop McCloskey lies been n church builder nnd an educator He had churches built convenient to Catholic communities Manyyof them were humble in the beginning but later became handsome edifices He found ten Catholic churches in tho city of Louisville Now there are thirtyfive Besides he built churches in many other cities mind rural districts outside of Louisville possiblellisliopa parochial school in connection with the church Bishop McCloskey has been recog nized by ecclesiastical authorities as one of the most profound thinkers of the church He was never given to display made no pretensions to eloquent oratory out yet his pas toral letters have been models of diction He is the denim of the American hierarchy and thousands of Catholics in the diocese of Louis ville vac Cradle of Catholicity In the Wet will pray for time repose of his soul The night Itev William George McCloskey fourth Bishop of Louisville and senior Bishop of the province of Cincinnati was born in Brooklyn N Y Noveinher 10 1822 tie received his curly education in the Brooklyn parochial schools and at 1tSt Marys Theological Sum inarj4 Forn while lie Studied hit but abandoned it for time priesthood hhislmpTIugbesPatrick New York City on October 0 J852 The following year he ve lurnjd to Mt 81 Marys us Pro ScripturerliSt Marys and in 185 l Was chosen to be the first Hector of time Ameri can College in Rome Hi held that responsible office until 18W when he was made Bishop of Louisville to lihshtopLunaticchapel of the American College in Rome on May 24 1868 Cardinal Rcisach officiated at time consecra than His predecessors were tight Rev Benedict Flaget Bight Uev Martin John Spalding afterword Arcli bishop of Baltimore and Bight Rev Peter Joseph Lavialle MEMORIAL GIFT Blessing of Large NewCru cifix at St Columbas Church Tomorrow A large and beautiful crucifix im ported from lnrls has been erected in St Oolumbas church It is u memorial of the late Christopher J OConnor and was donated to the church by his sisters Mrs Daniel McCarthy of Sandusky Ohio and Miss Marcella OConnor of Louis rUle Time solemn blessing of the crud fix will take place tomorrow the feast of the Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin Time ceremony will take place in tho evening at 730 oclock Vespers will be sung fol lowing the blessing of the crucifix and the Rev Father Ambrose C P will preach n sermon appropriate to the occasion Benediction will close the exercises The pastor JJer Father Kataher invites all his friends to attend the ceremonies MONSIGNOR SKTOXS IHUTHDAY Monsignor Jtobert Seton titular Archbishop of Ilellopolis celebrated his seventieth birthday in Barcelona Spain last week Tho clergy of that city and several friends called and offered him their congratulations bybirthparish priest in Newark N J Some years ago he retired from active parish work and removed to Rome purpleAtguestsincludedsul and Vice Consul Dawson Monsignor Seton will not return to Rome before November LADIES AUXIiiAItY A splandid attendance of the greetedState rmQnSfate8ecfeterx rlibljtirIncton auxiliaries in each of those flourishing mind in splendid s numerlcallyRose meeting Several applications Wi I received and nn interesting chaptv MisElizabeth eveningclosellmusicaleThehas adnteWANTS COLONISTS Bishop McGolrlck Opens Land of Opportunity to Deslrbales James McGolriekBishopwith n Teal estate firm by which he will control the settlement of farljJlnslaud islocntedMcColricksIdea congeKtedcltles I representntheto gardenersWhile t have Catholic immigrants for colonists the only necessary qualification is desirable citizenship lIe expects to put 7000 families on farms of twentyfive acres eneV The initial payments required will be 3 an acre The balance of the purchase price which will be front 10 to 15 more per acre eau be paid tilt the convenience of the purchasers As it is desired to encourage dairying a rebate of 1 an acre will be given allof the colonists who at the end of two years have six or more cows Much of the work of clearing time land will be saved time colonists because Bishop McGolrick has arranged with the real estate company to clear ten acres of each Iwentyfjve acre farm Clover mud tlmothIIro raised there with better results than almost any other spot nod sonic of the colonists alreadyI there are rais ing tobacco with great success Xo finer grazing land can be found any where Bishop McGolrick says It is u wonderful opportunity The laud is worth at least 125 an acre and a thrifty colonist will be mule pendent in a few year- sCONSOL1IATION Of Local Branches of C K of A Is Being Urged rrejjUleiit flolui Sehmu Ida occupied the Chair at time meeting of the Cen tral Committee C K of A on Friday night of last week Light branches and the two military com panics were represented Henry mlmblrshtpHllhI publispof every brunch affiliated with the Central Committee This directory will give the address of each mem ber ns well ns the mine round will prove of great benefit to all It Is desired to publish the book as soon as possible Time Secretary Was In fltructed to send n letterI of lon gratujation to Harry A Vecnemau on his twentyfifth wedding anni versaryAttorney Newton 0 lingers delivered an instructive address on the upbuilding of time order in Louisville and suggested consolidation of nil tlie local branches With the consol idatlon should conc the election of a Financial Secretary who would maintain an office centrally located and whoso duty it would be to rev ceive assessments from the mem hers at any time of the day con venient tu them The suggestion was discussed favorably lint no definite action was taken AFTER MANY YEAKS Frank Molr of Los Angeles Cul spent several days In this city last week as the guest of Dr Charles Molr Prom Louisville Mr Molr went to London Out the city of his nativity and St Marys Dr Charles Moir accompanied his brother on the trip to Canada They fortnightinthe Moir brothers met in thirty years White at St Marys they will be ithe guests of their brother James Moir proprietor of the lead ing hotel in that city M CATHOLICS HOVOlini Catholics Arertalnly got their share of honors in the twentythird annual meeting iof the National Fra terms Congress Thomas If Cannon of Chicago who had been Vice President for a year was elected pruminentinand Knights of Columbus John J Hynes of the Catbpllc Mutual Bene fit Association was chosen Vice President Tire Knights of Colum bus delegation in toe congress was about as weighty as time average OUR SAILOH BOYS CaptEverhardt iVewYorkCatholic boys on the ship assisted at mass in St Ahsgaar church while Copenhagen of the Newport boys excited much favorable comment They gnven contesttforwhich followed was enthuKiastlcplly received and time Ranger boys nlklo Pearly GPO for time Childrens lies plush by itin exhibition of stepping c1ngrheDntoh Xewfl iuaNJweU brought I J KENTUOKY IRISH A1tIERIOAN I RIGflN i Americans and Catholics ans Young Mens merlca iO i Incorporated Publishers EAR SINGLE COPY 5C SecondClu rutttr H AMERICAN 33537 West Oreea St OUNCIL RDAY SEPTEMBER 18 190a STARTS nitiHT James A Flaherty the new head of the Knights of Columbus starts right and well begun Is half done He saysThere Is no work that I propose to myself during my administration as Supreme Knight of our order that is more vital more pressingly Im portant than a general awakening among our people to the value of the product of the printing press in both periodical and book form What an engine it is for good or ill and how little we have used it for the former while sod many others have been diligent in its exploitation of the latter How happy I shall be to hale a part In bringing about an improvement in this condition Right you are Mr Flaherty The Catholic press next to the clergy and the parochial school Is the mainstay of the church In the United States TIlE RIGHT IDEA President Taft has started on his tour of the United States and during the next two months will travel 15000 miles visiting more than half of the fortyfive States In the Union llcforc leaving New England he made a speech in Boston Tuesday night and part of it breathes the spirit that should actuate every American Hear him 1 was born and brought up In the Middle West 1 have had a New England ancestry and Xew England associations Fortune threw me out into the Pacific so that I know some thing of the feelings of the West coast Jurisdiction as a Judge gave me a somewhat Intimate knowledge of Southern feelings and Southern splratlons I feel therefore as It I ould speak with confidence in re pect to the whole nation and as resident of the Untied States may veil lift up my voice to protest igalnst any effort by whomsoever nade to arouse section against sec Ion and Americans and America Cot in the history of the country ince the war has the feeling be ween the North and South been nore cordial and friendly than It Is oday arid a political attempt to nake a cleavage between New Eng land and the East on one side and the West on the other will bo found to be utterly hopeless as to confound those who propose it XOltTJI Poll COXTltOVKUSY The merry war between Peary and Dr Cook goes steadily on Both claim to have discovered the North Pole Dr Cook says he believes Peary reached there Peary says Dr Cook was never there Both are Americans both have had previous experience In Artie explorations each has his partisans Thus far neither has given to the world any positive proof that lie has been at the apex of the globe Dr Cook who claims to have reached the poly a year before Peary has thus far maintained a manly and dignified attitude while Peary acts tho part of a military martinet Ho has made many enemies on former trips and never returned without leaving at least ono of his companions dead boo hind Dr Cooks story will bo believed until the contrary Is proven Both are Americans and If either or both reached the pole Americc will be proud of them In cuss either Is an impostor time will prove It and then the impostor with be Ignominously removed from tho worlds stage of fame and activity At present both Teury and Cool tire furnishing materials for the dally press Soon the magazines will be full of them and within a few months the whole world will be able to decide upon their respeciho claims The atmosphere surrounding LiOiiisvillo is full of Mayoralty candi dates Among then Is George D Todd in a dirigible balloon of his own construction He really thinks he Js going to lund Possibly he will hut WJtha hard jolt The Kentucky Irish American Wants the Democratic ittcket led by W 0 llend to win If we have to hays a Itcptiblican Mayor in Louisville the lKentucky Irish American prefers Qeorgp D T0ild W1ofllopenly espousing the esuse of lawabiding negroes to tames Griri stead what atwJng to vicious negro thugs ad amblers It Is pleasant to note that the rlrial perance and the absolute failure of prohibition to prohibit America la cert1ulra 14dt otw While Komi kr wu sweltering with an abnormal tem perature on Monday and Tuesday grain fields In Colorado were hurled under a blanket of snow Early fruits had been harvested so there is but sllghl damage to that crop V If there Is anything mean nasty mill disreputable in journalism you will find it in the Louisville Evening Post It took advertising from the Kentucky State 1nir and tnen mode the editorial comment The State Fair is in progress at the Whallen barbecue ground Ip Cw w1C I I SOCIETY I miw C CS GNgq Miss Mary Flood of Jeffersonvllle is visiting relatives in Terre Haute Miss Mary Gathof is spending three weeks with friends in Chore land Miss Anna Crowtyy has recovered from a severe attack of typhoid fever Miss Celia Lavcn has returned after a three weeks visit to New York Miss Edna MeCloud has gone to Xnxnreth Academy to pursue her studies Mrs Mary Canty and sister Miss Kehoe have returned from a visit to Canada Miss AnnIe McFarland Is the guest of the Misses McCormack at West Point Ky Miss Kose MeCloud has returned from an extended visit to friends in Powee Valley Miss Kntherlne McAughon is home again after spending u month at Hock Island 111 William T Speak of Salem 111 is expected home to spend a few days with his faiqily Miss Mary IJrannigan has returned from a brief visit to New York and Atlantic City Misses nose Vatheu and Hannah lletterman have gone to Xcw York to spend ten days Miss Mabel Dohcrty has returned to Mcmjdiis after n brief visit to friends in Joffersonville Misses Grace and Knthryn OCon nor have returned from a visit to relatives in Indianapolis Miss Olndys Sullivan of Clifton has hud as her guest Miss Mary Flnigun of Prospect Ky Miss Florence IMIulier will leave on Tuesday to resume her studies at St Marys Academy Knoxville ji Miss Muyme Murphy is home after a visit of several weeks to friends in Chicago Aurora and Elgin III Miss Katheryn Carr of Portland is home again after a visit of three weeks to relatives out In the State Mrs Charles L Crush and daugh Lee MIHH Adelaide have returned from a trip to the Northern lake resorts John Noonan has returned home from Frankfort after a pleasant visit1 and Mrs Noonan will return next wcpk Ur P S Gun is enjoying a tofu of the Pacific coast and playvisit1 the Seattle Exposition before lie re turns home Mrs T J Kellyof jlcllerue Ky has returned to her home after a visit to her slater Mrs George W Cuscadcn Sr Miss Mary Speak who has been attending a house party given by Miss Annn V Deats of Ieats lle taR returned home MLss Katherine ONeill of Lexing ton is visiting her sister Mrs Arthur B Smith 310 East Fourteenth street New Albany A 7 Ilnwley foreman of Vogel Jlroa Shpe Company lugs just returned from a ten days visit to West linden and Frcncli Lick Miss Margaret Hosier daughter of Mr ami Mrs E 1 Bonier of Highland avenue is attending Sacred Heart Academy Crescent Hill Al B Frevllle of 2330 West Chest nut street has returned from Nazareth where he entered his daughter Mitts Irene us n pupil Miss Mary Josephine Sullivan daughter of Mr and Mrs Owen Sullivan of Cherokee road has gone to Nazareth 1o resume her studies Miss Mary Donovan of KiiNsOll ville Ky fins resumed her Htiidies at Nazareth after spending a few tints with relatives in New Albany Mixses Margaret Cotistunttne and Bertha und Mary Heuser have returned to Jeffcrsoiivllle after nile light fill visit to Cincinnati relatives Joseph Speak n recent graduate of St Xnvlers College has obtained a position In his fathers office with the C and ly L railroad nt Salem 111 F G Harper tIle popular cloth Ing salesman IN out and recuper sting front his recent illness much ninnyfriends iormellJIshone to tfieir friends at the hone oftbe grooms parent after October 1- CharlesSllaldd3 time popular let ter carrier Is enjoying his vaitfitjou lie Is tryingva new rest cure staying ai home andtattending the ipmw at Eclipse Park Mry enl g arid Miss Winr fred IMdre oiB KQro JOth are ale itthir ifejor pat Ridge on Baai Broftdwy They Are rwipec frely u inoti Jt an4atr of the CenkU aJot This IK Mre Ridges fJra- twet to 4B cHl in eUvea yera September Sale of Blankets Comforts and Spreads Presents An Unusual Opportunity to the Housekeeper to Save Considerable f On the Winter Bedding Supplyt Second Floor SPECIAL SALE OF COMFORTSEarly fall weight double bed 00patterns 1 EXTRA GOOD SILKOLINECOVERED COMFORTSFull size value 250 extra good white cotton with 6inch silk r i no oline border Special Is O EXTRA SPECIALFULLSIZE COMFORTSFilled with extra 50wIthOUR OWN MANUFACTURE OF COMFORTSExtra sizes best white cotton filled handsome patterns of crepe a A JE cloth coverings Extra values at this special price v O Same Comforts as above withi 9inch French sateen bor fl der at 4 495 WOOLFILLED COMFORTS Full size White Cheesecloth cov I SowoolSpecialFULL BED SIZE SILKOLINECOVERED WOOLFILLED COMFORTS Cheesecloth interlining value 650 Aft Special each D t UU 50sidesSPECIAL CRIB COMFORTSWool filled cheesecloth 2 75interlining size 40x56 alue 400Special each STEWART CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCBEESY 4 YOWL CONNECTION WITH 16kl NEW YORK DEAN OF THE AMERICAN HIERARCHY III IUOHT KEY VlhLIYM OKOUOE MCLOSKEV Miss lame Coleman of West Market street has just returned from her Hummer vacation having been at Atlantic City Philadelphia Xew York mill other Eastern points AF Martin of the L and N law department has just returned from a business trip Als friends nero can always count jun increasing their postal card collection iwhen he is away returnedfrontIllo Texas and says he does not think much of Horace Ureelcys ad goilItJudge and Mrs Walter P Lincoln who spent thQ summer In Whitley county have returned home Their daughter Miss say Adams Lincoln has also returned from a visit to Chicago Alphonmis L Shader and bride will return from their wedding tour lute this mbnth undo after October 1 will be at home to their friends at aoai Payne street The bride was Miss Gencviove M Conroy Mr risk Phillips of JsastEndtime announce the eii giigement of their daughter MISH Bertha to Victor Shafer fho well ding will be solemnized St Jo scphH eJiurch net month Miss Miiiuiu Kleber unit Edward PaddiMi + popular young people of Jeffcrspuvllle were married at St Augustines church that city on Tuesday fho JUev Fatlier Jolm OConnell performed tho ceremony Miss Mary iUelmar Murphy and Alex MaxwellI New Orleans were made man anti wife in the Cathedral rectory last Saturday evening The IteV Father P M J Hock officiated Only Immediate friends of time fam ilywere present at the ceremony Mr oiitl Mrs Maxwell have taken a bridal trip through tho Northwest The bride is the of Mr unit Mrrt Charles T Murphy Mlwi Miuy Anna Thoben and Vie tor H Weber were united In the t holy bonds of matrimony at St ymorl1ing1of fionor anil Mr 8 Edna M Haager IlsttermanWeberfJrredTJtobeIii L Tboben liThe was fol- Lowed by a reeepuba at taw home of the bride moer IMi South Brook street XBV AIILLIXEKV KMPOKILM Miss Maggie ONeill one of Louis villes expert milliners and who has been many years in charge of Mrs M S Kohlers workroom huts opened a millinery parlor at West Ureckinridge street Associated with her will be her sister Mss Mary ONeill who also wall employed in Kohlers workroom for a long period Time Misses ONeill will bo pleased to see tacit old friends and patrons and guarantee them the stone high class that was always turned out by thuin at Kohlers They will make a specialty of remodeling hints IlBAJj DOLL ItAIUKS Friends in Louisville have received word that the stork paid a visit to the home of Henry M Doll a for mer Louisville boy now a resident I tlipletfind babies are doing wellhsloll was formerly Mss Mattlc lines man Wild both father and mother who leave four other children were quite popular in the East End Mr Doll was a member of Trinity Coun cil until he removed to the far West GEOIIOB LEFFS XKW VKXTUHE withthenow Secretary for Iasil Doerhoeffer rralestateParkvisitors and prospective buyers can find Mr Leff tlt43 West Broadway Mr Leff is thoroughly acquainted with the realty conditions in the West End and his ac quaintance will be worth while to prospective buyers I prURRSJNINUIuA Tomorrow night the Rev Father Xavier Sutton 0 1 will begin a series lectures nt St Marys AIbHnyTheand will be open to non atholleR The general subject wjll be What the Catholic Church Teaches anti What She Does Not Teach I LETTER CARRIER WINS BRIDE I llartmethas i gettingmarledClaraWallsoeJaiIYoft1iwon a ohAnoiaf bride and ilia hiss e rtinly neared eargetcl aud punctual htwAwd SPECIAL BARGAIN IN PLAID BLANKETS THE POPULAR STEWART PLAID BLANKETS Full double bed size UUwool200 SCALLOPED CUT CORNER CROCHET BEDSPREADS For the metal bed in several designs value 325 Special price 250 WHITE AND FANCY HIGHGRADE BLANKETSTwin bed Blankets in all white pink or blue borders size 60x90 fine grade wool silkI bindingi i Prices range from 700 fl r ffper pair to v OUU FLANNELETTESChoice ofa handsome line of Fleecedowns and Flannelettes 34 inches wide Persian Oriental floral and Dresden patterns most suitable for long or short kimonos dressing gowns and house wrappers extra valuesPrice per yard 15c OandI EXTRA SPECIAL FOR BATH ROBES28 inch heavy double 3t45cSpecialSPECIAL IN CRIB BLANKETSChoice of the handsomest line of Crib Fancy Blankets ever shown in design or quality in pink or blue Teddy Bear Billy Possum Atsops Fables small plaids and invisible plaids white with Grecian borders 1139Special at each 500 EXTRA HEAVY FRINGED CROCHET BEDSPREADSIn 50withoutJ 1 COletorporrteW GO MEW M LAMES MoGBEEIY inn pf daughter cerpniony 520 millinery ot sd sQ C t 1909 November Election 1909 f VOTE FOR I T- j 1 W 0 HEAD II IIANDf THE jIiIi- ilil IDemocraticIIII- II gg- s II s DemocraticTicket WNNNe+ + + 44 NN+N + 0 1 N + MNNN + NNI I II I I t + + + I I I It FINE WINES CHAMPAGNE f AL KOL3 1 345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS l f f f to u f It h l I rSpending Useless lflf- II I II IIIsJ Loss I lossmEvery dollar spent to no nn also of the INTEREST that nu dollar would earn This bank InterestCOMPOUNDEDpays twice a year on savings ac counts which may be started I with ONE DOLLAR o f 1larger1f U m SavingsII I Bankand I Trust Co Fifth end Court Place I Open daily oat 13 p tn Saturdays until 7 p m IIOMKVXJARD ABOUND h i p According to the latcBfTadyJces re eldby LSuSsyllle fieriittj Judge and Mrs ODoUerty sailed rout Glasgow Scotland last Saturday and are expected to reach home oo WeM8daJII c1 t 7 7ctCAULHYS One week commencing Monday Sept 20 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday PAID IN FULLWith entire notable cast direct from Astor Theatre New York Miss Maggies Millinery Parlors manIyears in charge of Mrs M S Kohlers workroom has opened a Millinery Parlor at 520 West Breckinridge St in conjunction with her sister Miss Mary who was also for many years employed in Kohlers workroom They will be pleased to see their friends and patrons and guaran ten the same highclass millinery that was always turned out by them whilk at Kohlers REMODELING HATS A SPECIALTY PETER Mt ANDRIOT SONS 17 17 WWIII lAlMCTlllIEK 2 E n Mpq aA 11 sA 7Ms tart AM aM wily MIE s sttoi t r iuiiT 0- l KENTUOKY IRISH AlIERIOANn p oooooooooiei- iii MONUMENTS I order to make room for the I IIn extensive of our STOCK workshop OF we enII CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and examinett I MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i NoNNONNo Noo1NN1oo N e +++ N P- tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORSi AND EMBALMERS SOS East Main Street D J DOUGHERTY S J McEUJOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2968 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answirtd Promptly DIY or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET HI I I II I It t I It tt 00109 H J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS i CarrienPurnlhed on 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ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles or KVJSIHT DESOKIPTOOK 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HERN JL j PIIIA DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phonea635 528 Fifth Street HENRY HUNOLD BEAUSR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A ROOMIN Old Whiskies a Specialty MaPbae 4f1540 W WALNUT Falls City Cleaning andt Dye Works 1JM OAHVBV Manager EXPERT lEANER and DYE i 7krJI CIu +M r1 lrawN1N- Alt I c Work GuKftntod Or No Pn Mde p MS 4WBVI1lfT V t 1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolts tbe PutWeekOeneral News Notea xinesvtlle Ohio is preparing to hold a big Initiation late in the fall The Ladies Auxiliary promises to- to bo out in force at Division 2s outing next Monday Xanesvllle enjoys the reputation of laving the best Ladles Auxiliary in the State of Ohio The Dayton State convention of 1010 promises to be one of the most enjoyable ever held in Ohio President Keenan in looking for ward to a large attendance at the meeting next Tuesday evening Another initiation is now In order ns quite a number of candidates arc awaiting the conferring of degrees Milwaukee Hibernians are looking forward to a visit from National President Matthew Cummings next month Details for Division 3tj silver jubilee are shaping up wonderfully well under the guidance of President Sullivan Oon J Fowl President of Division 2 promises a real treat in the eight hand Irish reel at the picnic Monday night The division at Ashland has got down to work again and will not stop until the membership has been increased 100 per cent Washington Hibernians are pre paring for an Irish fair and field day at Bennings track next Wednesday and Thursday- A new branch of the Ladies Auxiliary has been organized at Dan yule Pu It starts out with a charter membership of fortyone County and division officers from Joffersonvilltf and New Albany will be special guests of Division 2 at Phoenix Hill on Monday night Division 4 still leads in member ship but Divisions 1 and 3 expect to make a grand struggle and land in first place before St Patricks day Members of the order sympathize with Charles J Finegan who has lost by death his wile mother and brotherinIaiw Within the past three yearsOur Ladles Auxiliary has been do ing splendid work of late the results of which will be most gratifying at the sessions during the fall awl winter season Miss Mary Corcoran State President and Miss Theresa MeDermott State Secretary were given great ovations when they visited the aux iliaries at Covington Newport and Paris State President George Butler and several prominent local JIIbernians expect to soon visit Lexington to complete the organization of a divis ion there They may also make the run over to Paris Bishop OConncll the now Aux iliary Bishop of Sun Francisco was leceptim1henSt Francis Hotel More than 500 members and many clergymen were in attendance Tr h PHILIPPINES PAH AHEAD Our people are prone to comment FiHpplnocitizenahead of the United States in the art of printing Plans are now un der way in the Philippines to hold a convention to celebrate the three hundredth anniversary of the introduction of ithe printing press into the islands Philadelphia could not boast a printing press until 1C08 Calcutta till 1780 Bombay till 1702 and Australia till 1705 NATURAL MONUMENT Admirers of the late Madame Modjeska have secured a unique monument and placed on Ita bronze tablet upon which the dead actress name is inscribed The monument is a huge bowlder weighing nine tons and has been placed at the foot of Mount Modjeska near Arden Cal The position is in a beautiful glen where Madame Modjeska loved to retire for rest and meditation She called it the dearest spot in the world MISSIONARY CONGRESS Plans are now afoot td hold a CongressinCityImmediatelyEucharLstic Congress in Montreal in 1010 Lest the two conflict time Missionary Congress has been postponed until a year later- LANDING nAY Plttsburg Chapter of the Knights of Columbus Is devoting its best anImposingColumbus State holiday October 12 next In many other cities and States the Knights are engaged in like preparations GROWING KAPlbLT The two councils of the Knights of Columbus in Milwaukee have grown so large that It is navy determined to establish a third The order is growing rapidly in the Northwest LEARNED JESUIT Rev Fattier William Ehgelen S J one ot the professors in Sacred Heart College at Prairie du Chiles has been appointed rector of the new Jesuit University at Tokio Japan BEQUEST TO THE IQPE rumolClItbatDonCarlos the throne of Spain has bequeathed 2000000 in money anti works of1 art to the opeTteWm has not yetRmdJtEA8HDJATrENDANQI Theret ware pitting fox lp000 ad I dWOI alfupilaiin Brooklyn when 1a4t school were opened for r=taros lath reek Dr HendricksDENTIST Announces his return to this city from Indianapolis where he has practiced for the past seven years He has opened offices at 436 West Market Street and invites the public in general to call on him when in need of Dental Work of any kind Only best material will be used and prices will be moderate All work done by latest and improved Painless Methods Remember the number 436 W Market St ILACK Ion CATHOLIC YOUTH For girls few experienced Cath olics hesitate to state that a secular school both dechriHtiunizes and un sexes them There can be no more horrible being in the eyes of in telligent men than a woman devoid of religious sense She is a mon ster half woman and half demon And the number of girls attending these secular colleges is increasing yearly to the great shame and crime of our foolish fathers and mothers The proper place to edu cate a girl iis the hume that being impracticable then the convent Time natural governess for a young girl Is her own mother she failing then the nun As for boys never send them to a college to which there is not a chapel attached and in that capel a confessional Not ethics not even the teaching of the cate chism but ethics and the teaching of the catechism plus the con fessional will stay a boy in the early conflicts of the spirit with the upIntoplaceforthe Catholic college noon VOHTH WIIILK InItheone that is full of interest to Cath olic young people is The cents of Wickedness It js from the pen of Sirs Marina Harris of Now York a convert to the Catholic faith it justhoneentering society In beautiful language it shows the example site sets truJning1nnunciation and criticism The hook should be read wld 1uud par ticularly by those jut home from school and entering upon real lifeoI FATHER IIVAN KECOVEUS l1Ii r The Tier Father James UIIIIQS sistant pastor of Holy Trinity church New llbmumywhit went to the home of his parents recently to recuperate from an attackofmalarial fever will soon bo able to resume his parish duties let pastorofthe Tianits pleased with his wielduf labor FRIENDS CON mATUJJB Mr und Mrs Frank Zoeller cele brated the twentyeighth anniversary of their wedding at their home on East Fifth street New Albany lust Mommy Many friends ngrntulatlons married at St Marys church mill spentInMAOKIN COUNCIL Muckin Council had a fair attend nightPastmade nn interesting tuii on his visit to Boston and the tentative alliance arranged between the Y M I and C YM N U One new application was received AH otjier business transacted was of a purely routine nature HAS HIGH VOCATION Herman J ICnslinger a well and favorably known young plan of New Albany has gone to St Meinruds priesthoodlIeof New Albanys lending butchers College MACAULEYS raid in yulla drama unit made in hit here at its first performance comes to Mneauleys next Mbndny night It will hold the hoards throughout the week with the usual matinees on Wednesday and Satur day SEVEIIED K1NOEH James Kennedy a respected cit izen of New Albany accidentally righthnudwill be unable to resume work for several weeks FEEIIAN MAUSOLEUM The work on the mausoleum for the late Archbishop Patrick A pusheditcemetery It will be the finest structure of its kind in the United States and will provide a resting place lam at least two score pf Archbishop Feehans quccossors NEWOOFXNIGIITS t The Knifihts of Columbus of swillialtIM4tJomqrruwJl4inyt Lake Gad other WMbyrn elti s will attn YL I IRELAND Record of the lost Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges T V Lillis has been made prin UlorgllnCunt I npplllntIpresent an address to Jady Aberdeen on the occasion of alter visit to tlmrUnvn JellWIIIinmIlIljoluhijbulhllngll Tine death of Miss Maria Far relly Kingseoiirt huts caused wide spread sorrow She had been ill only ti week- Unknown miscreants broke seven teen prunes of plaUs In the Catholic school in the Uallyvarley district County Cavnn Vandals broke the windows in tin parish uluirch at Kcady and wrecked wreaths and hcmlstoiiux in time ehureliyard At a recent meeting of the Mon aghan Rural District Hoard it was decided to erect thirtyeight more laborers cottages Robert Campbell of Dromore County Tyrone was drowned while bathing in the waves at liundornn Ills body was recovered Friends in Croom and Limerick have decided to erect a handsome Celtic cross over the grave of the Rev Father Timothy Lee Hubert Walker has been trans CountyCavanplace of William OSulllvnn The Right Tier Dr ODea Bishop of Galway has been appointed a member of the governing bodyof the Univeasity College Galway Many addresses and handsome gifts were presented the Right Rev Dr Ilealy Bishop of Tinuu on the occasion of his episcopal jubilee BnllymoteCountyan open fire at her home She hail been burned to death when found Rev Father Eugene Clark has been appointed to succeed the late Father i McCarthy as pastor of Mullabawn The appointment was made by Cardinal Logue The premises of Patrick Magee a saddler of Banbridge were de strayed by fire The adjoining IugglcHughcsMichael Hurley of Killcsty Kings county was sentenced to two montlis imprisonment for violation nf the old age pensions act Ito was accused of giving a false name mind age A house in Carrickmacross occur agedtvonnuineath Neighbors rescued her elite but the chances for nor recovery are slight Lord Rathdonnell nil his tenants have reached a practical agreement on the sale of the Drumcar estate tightsduringto the purchasers- COSM01OL1CAN AIKA lit signifiedPartieipatiugtimetioniMrXcw York from September 25 to October 0 Some of these countries will send onlyone dis tingflished citizen while others will designate a personal representative and one br more naval vessels Time affair promises to bo thoroughly cosmopitnn in character mail will bring together some of the best warships of the navies of the world IrishAmericans will be much in ev idence during time fortnights cele bration CARDINAL SATOMil ILL Cable advices front Milan Italy on Thursday brought the distressing intelligence that Cardinal Satolll former Papal Delegate to the United States was seriously ill Cardinal Satolli lies been ill since June timid vnfl unable to take part in tile golden jubilee celebration of the American College in Rome IIUOKK ANOTHER JtKCOllI Martin J Sheridan New Yorks great IrishAmerican athlete made a new worlds record throwing the discus a distance of inu foot 101 = theAmateurMontreal Wednesday IMPERIALISM COSTS According to figiires furnished Jeremiah MacVeagh M1 1 for South Down by the British Score tary of the Treasury the Irish con tribution to the imperial revenue in 100809 was 40252500 and the es timated population oh July 1 was 4303231 CANADAS PLENARY COUNCIL The first Plenary Council of Canada will open in the BasiHca of Notre Dame Quebec tomorrow Monsignor Donaius Sbarretti the presideapproprIatehonorsfew days ago- OALIFORNIA PRIEST HONOHKIK Monsignor McCarthy of Fresno Cal has been appointed a member of the Roman Curia by Pope Plus HllinalyllonorforBishop COSTLY KRPAIKH whJchIstheby time Dominicans is to be repaired and reconstructed at n cost of 170009 CANADAS WIUKLKSSeat i iTht CfiBftdian Government sup rta wlielI0f1 ilkiola are on tile Pciflg- yJ i t FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers t LOUISVILLE BT5T om SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED xOUISVIrrE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a CmTELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Comb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNIscoaPos- ATEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber St Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORA BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY RIVERVIEWPARK Louisvilles Brightest Spot FREE CONCERTS Catering especially to ladies and children Dancing every afternoon and evening ex cept Sunday FINEST PARK RESTAURANT IN THE SOUTH FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to G WM 419 W F MAYERII WINES LIQUORS IGARS VALS SALOONVAI Hot Lunch every morning from 93t to 1230 oclock 463 VU OOREJEJKr RT HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken j tucky Whiskies wpeclally Pearl pf Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND TMe MM IHf W IXTM tTWWTi GIve your boys an education that will pre pare them for life f ST XAVIERS COLLEGE JI2 W Broadway LoMlsvllle Ky Conducted by lentUic and theusinessCourcsPreparatory lie iartmentbarge5wimmingPoiwelEquippedymnasium All new Fall and Early Winter styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable x prices Jos Dougherty Everett fanning DouherIyimt i BEST QUALITY Pittsburg and JJellieD Goal r Now is the time to lay in your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty A Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico CoaliJHorns Phone 1783 SW Cot Seventh and Magnolia MONON ROUTE BETWEEN = LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLEtl DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO i ktlrm and brawimhReem P A CONjf arkctUonicy r wp 4f ii- t KENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAllT Are You Going To Buy Insurance The policy possessing the greatest number of desirablt qualitiesone which if you become WHOLLY DISABLED t the premiums will be paid by the companyautomatic from date of issue and protected by a deposit with the State Treasurer is issued by this company These and many more in policy contract Drop us a points are all embodies our card today for sample polity 1y Southern National Life Insurance CompanyHome Office Lincoln Building Louisv lie Ky ED L WILLIAMS President- W L KENNETT First Vice Pres J H DICKEY Treasurer W O HEAD Second Vice Pres JOHN W KAY General Counsel B H POiNDEXTER Secretary M K ALLEN Medical Director PICNIC EUCHRE DANCE TO BE GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians DIVISION 2 Phoenix Hill Park Monday September 20 1909 Excellent Music and Valuable Prizes A Good Time Guaranteed Everybody ADlII9SI0 TEN OIP1lTTt9 MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is apt predated more than in the summer A- FARRA1STDCEOILIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is ao one in the family at- selectioncan play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite Is to insert a roll of music and 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 FarrandCecillan ttONTENEGRO = RIEUM MUSIC CO Incorporated OSillS6 O FOURTH AVENUE 444+ ++ + 4+ 4 + + z I Creagers Business School i I J D CREAQER Principal o Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kin IIB subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may jat any time Our system has superior advantages We T experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of any of business schools in Louisville Call to see us if possible 0 iithe AND BREGKINRIDQE LOUISVILLE KY i0 0 0 NN N NON1 STATE FAIR WEEK Is a good time to get acquainted with Mul loys Teas and Coffees Theyre Blue Rib bon Winners over all competitors It you dont kniJw this phone a trial order and see SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR 50C 45cexcelle MtJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER glagl GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET suxx Tun cslRnaATED NORTH STAR REFRIGERAIJ1B The Only Insulation with Cork The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the public U f DONT WORRY =ABOUT FALLING YOUR PLASTERING OFf Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTER n And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COINCORPORATED 4 Brook nod River Both Pfto oli267 Louisville Ky DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and horse Shoeing ForeJ t SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL NORSE SHOEING HeraHCalJe4 For a id DlirtnMl ffO MiM f OPPKE AND POROtf 71 WU SBV1NTH STMIT o y EARLY Election Will Be Welcomed It Birrell Land Bill Passes Kosebcrys Hostility to Budget Leaves Liberals in Air Condons Support of Redmond Party Is Cause For Rejoicing REVOLUTION AGAINST FEUDALISM Many members of all parties iIn tIle British house of Commons be lieve that Lord Rosebery hostility to tlie LloydGeorge budget will re sult in the defeat of that measure That is by no means certain how ever The situation remains indecisive as two or three weeks must elapse before the budget reache the House of Lords and many things may happen during the interval Birrelis land bill will pass it Is now expected without such multila tint by the House of Lords as to make it unacceptable to Ireland Even the prospect of a rejection of the budget helps BIrrell the House of Lords not being likely to add an Ireland in flames to Englands ap proaching revolutionary passion Condon and OCallaghans visit tQ Ireland wasa gigantic success The old revolutionary was received everywhere with enthusiasm and affection amounting to idolizing There were torchlight processions anti addresses even in the villages The freedom of the city in all the large towns was passed unan imously Trains were stopped for minutes at railroad stations for addresses and motor trips everywhere attested similar purposes In short it was one vast triumphal procession through every corner of Ireland Similar enthusiasm awaits in Eng land especially when Condon revisits Manchester where he was sentenced to death forty years ago Condons wholehearted approval of Uedmond and the Irish party has Immensely impressed Irishmen and the little remnants of cranks and Iroquois croakers have fled in shame before the national outburst of unity and faith The Irish party has quite different interests from the other sections of the House of Commons Whatever be unstable in British polities their position is firm as granite They always return in practically the same strength It may be eighty four or it may be eightytwo that depends on two or three hotly fought sent in the north of Ire land but it will be always something like eightytwo They therefore look forward to a general election with quite different feeling from other sections Kor theta a general election ran not come too soon This House of Com mops will then have fulfilled Its function so far as Ireland is con cernedThis Parliament can not now tackle again the question of lame rule and the question of home rule is the chief vital IftleNt inn which will retrain after the solution of the lund problem through Birrelis bill The extraordinary upbenvalof re volt against feudalism which the clauses of time budget have elicited have contributed to this ernoriuouK strengthening of the Ministry and of the party and tints it is that many people think the niiiuient the budget is passed and the general the appeal toi the countryshould tale place the hot fit of the people in favor of the budget and the Ministry may be brief and another year nay see it altogether gon- ePICNIC AND EUCIIHE Will Be Given by Division 2 On Monday Night Division 2 has everything ready or its picnic and euchre at Phoenix lill Park next Monday night IMch of the other divisions and the ladies Auxiliarywill cooperate with Division 2 to make the affair a success President Con J Ford is II wieelhorse When anything for Division 2 is in question and hlC- teammutes on the committee this tIme use none behind nan Me venna Joe Lynch John Keaney tVJlI Melon and Edward Kelrnii are icing with each other in their ef forts to secure a large crowd Raymond Barrett Chairman of the inch re Committee has announced that his committee has secured nnny handsome prizes for the occasion Dancing will be a special feat ure and many have signified their Intention of entering the Irish breakdown contest while Con Jl- oI1I1 will see that there ile an old fashioned eightcouple quadrille ALMOST A CENTENARIAN Joseph Glass nn aged German American resident of Louisville died 11ttho residence of his daughter ilrs Frank Thelsan 1033 Wnshing ton street Thursday evening of last week The deceased wag n native of Germany and was ninetyfive years old For more than forty years he had lived in Louisville lie Is survived by four sons Joseph Glass of New Orleans Augustus and Louis Glass of Louisville Charles Glass of Alanta and two daughters Mrs Tielson and Sister Matilda of Holy Rosary Academy The funeral which took place from the Church of the Blessed Saeranieiit on satur daY morning Was largely attested by oldtime friends and acquaint nces SEWING SOCIETY ELECTS rhe Ladies Sewing Society or St edwaro Hospital INbw AHmnjr fiat elleeted the following ofjtkeers fo- rDusqyrW President XT 0 t SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O III- DWISON 1 Meets at Falls City Hall op First andl Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Titos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan FineganSergeantatArmsAndrew Sentinel Louis Boller- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancialSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda Erehings Each Month Screnteent and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryT G Uession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street lIennessyViaeLynchFinancialMr Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Win Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the fIrst and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y JMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Clu House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D dines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Thomas F Dachman mI SecretaryWilliaIFFinancial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott O lIqf r rorll Not Like Certain Doctors Dr J A Dronln of St Johnsbnrj Vt write- Feb II 1907 I am not as certsin aoctors are I antaronbUo to proyrletsry medicines when know their value As to Pastor hoenlgs New- Tonic I have toiled Its quality a long time ago and have often prescribed the same for Miioni who applied for it repeatedly Hopetille W afterwardII is farmer being often exposed to the rain I was frequently troubled with Hheomatism and i my stomach was also afflicted The doctors diagnosis of my case wss indigestion Lait I was troubled frequently A palu beginning tInIi my right side would move towards my stomach and would become so violent that I suffered as much as a human being could endure for hours at a time I thou began to take Pastor Koenig Nerve Tonto and after having taken the first spoonfollth pain stopped Then I took the rest of the bottle and the pain ha s nerer returned FRANK HESSE I j A Valuable Book on Nor F REE VOU8 Diseases suds Sample bottle to any address Poor pa tlent also get the medicine free Prepared by the Ray FATHIR KOENIO of Fort Wayne led since 1876 and DOW by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III tOO Lake Street Sold by DrugelJ at SI per Bottle 6 for tis Large 5lze 1761 6 Bottles for IU llerimiu Fein Vile President Mrs Anilrew Weinman Secretary Mrs Kilwu Ill ODonnell Treasurer Mr Theodore Moritz The society now iiuniberH 122 members and is doing much to assist the Krunclscnix Sister who conduct the hospital BOlA NAME KAMA With the approval of the Uight Rev Bishop and Vicar General of Brooklyn NV Y the annual denton strut ion of the Holy Name societies of that city wilt bo held on Sunday afternoon September 25 In accordance with the plan adopted in the past the diocese has been divided into nineteen districts and a central church has been selected in each to which all the societies embraced in the district will march in solemn procession ajid participate in the exercises of the day It is estimated that 25000 men will take part lit the exercises NEW CIIABEL OPENS The now chapel dedicated to Our Holy Refleemer and located on War- nirit street between Eighth and Ninth will open with mass at 030 oclock tomorrow It will be devoted to time use of colored Catholics The rev Father J J Neitfsey the pastor will celebrate the first mass Father Nrafsey Ls a hard worker lie realize1 that he has an uphill task but he has never faltered in his efforts since he began the work a few months ago ENJOYED VACATION A message trom Rome says Mon Thomas Kennedy the Rector ofthe American College naa returned from a short vacation in Switzerland but line not stopped in Rome going direct v Castel iahdolfo where througjB his intelligent efforts and tire generous contributions of prodRnent Cath oUQsln the United StqJs the Amer possessingj ll- and most comfort le villas in- whel1it feultyspendl the sumasr 1 J RALLY Round the slag Resulted In n Mixup ol Mayflower Descendants I British Emblem Caused Trouble at National Convention of Society Ambassador Reid Had Indorsee ProBritish Idea ot Toadies TABLED ODIOUS RESOLUTIONSi The Society of Mayflower De scendants held a convention in Boston on labor day mud before the close the scene was as stormy as when their forefathers lauded at Plymouth Rock It all came up over a resolution to adopt the British societyIlre1 when Deputy OovernorOenernl1 Richard Henry Greene of New York who presided reported that it had been suggested that the flag of the British admiralty which was that sailend in 1620 should bo adopted as tlr banner of the society lihe commit tee on the flag had been instructedl to ascertain through china nels if such use of that flag would be objectionable to the British Gov ernment The Chairman Richard Henry Greene had corresponded with Hon Whitplaw Reid American Ambassador to England and Sir Edward Grey the British Minister of subjectLetters Greythesocietylormnladmiralty flag Mr Greene then of fered the following resolution Mayflower Sobupon of the double cross of the flag be adopted as tile flag of the society Then the storm hake A L onlyGovernorsaid he did not want n flag imyway tad above nil one that was British The Pilgrims he saidevent to Holland to escape the British flag countryitAt Salem and several other places they cut the crosses out of It lie insisted that GovV Bradford of the Plymouth oclony did not use it and there was not n scrapof evidence that it was ever used by the Pilgrims Mrs McCartney of New York also expressed herself as strongly opposed to the action contemplated Thomivs F Hopkins of Washington D C said the American flag was good enough for him A million men had died to keep up the Stars timid Stripes and thieve was no room flugIPilgrims came to escape By this time matters had warmed up and delegates wanted to talk at once 18110 one produued a small Ameri can flag and placed it in front of the pulpit in tthe midst of great cheering A motion t o adjourn was lost but a motion to table the objectionable resolution was carried overwhelm ingly It will be thre years more before the next national1 convention of the society and it is nqt likely that the British flag will ever be heard from again nt a Mayflower convention APPRECIATED I Tans Crowding Ball Park on Account of Colonels Good Showing The Louisville baseball team will again play Jimmy Collins Minneap olis Millern this afternoon and again tomorrow in n double header and the result will go a long way to deride the chase for the pennant flag as only a few games separate Mil waukee Minneapolis and Louisville Time Milwaukee team has slumped a little lately losing a majority of their games at St Paul and here but under the splendid leadership of Manager John McCloskey are expect ed to come again and right here It stay be stated that if Louisville cant win it is the earnest wish of the fans that Milwaukee will for Mc Closkeys sake The large attend ance this week at time games has proven conclusively that Louisville is n splendid ball town and will sup supportIsserves as they have certainly tried hard to give the town a pennant whining team If the present team had heed here nl season the pennant would have beet ours hi a walk 1OKTLAXIV VS BUTCHKllTOWX The Portland and Butchcrtown clubs will meet tomorrow in their third game for the local championship at Portland Park Each team has won one game and a hard fought contest can be looked for George Boanlman will pitch for Portland while Elwood Harper is expected to twirl for Butchertown The Portland team has made a splendid record for the season thus far having won eighteen out of twentytwo games played- RItiERVIEIV lAm lUverfiew Park will close for the season tonIght This popular re hasenjoyedma1iagerandl1Istainly given park patrons their moneys worth Visitors to Silver view arehearm sorry that the season Jg orar w codfe eo ST MARYS COLLEGE ST MARY MARION CO KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Pharmacy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Uni versitiesNew Gymnasium with Instructor For Catalogue address REV MICHAEL JAOLOWICZ C R President ST MARY KENTUCKYs COLUMBIAN COLLEGE FOR BOYS OF GOOD CHARACTER i Courses =Preparatory Commercial College CAMPUS OF FOURTEEN ACRES Boarding students safeguarded morally and physically Rates reasonable For particulars addressJNO COONEY A M 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