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P I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XXIILNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAYI SEPTEMBER 25 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS GRAT GAINS I Are Being Made by Democrats and Capt Imclisinger Is Helping Ilciorni Politic Officer Would Be Caesar as Well as Julius f Police Arc Out 61 Politics But Not Enough to Seriously Notice BLAKEY WANTS A MANDAMUS The chances for the election of the entire city and county Democratic ticket are store assuring every day Democratic orators are on the stump in various parts of Louisville and Jefferson county night and day Strange to say Julius Luchsinger Captain Ojjt the Fifth police district is proving an effective Campaigner for the Democrats It Is a wonder the Grinstead administration re tains him In any capacity so much has he aided time ticket led by W 0 Head James Lesher is the chauffeur for the Fifth district police automobile Mr Lesher has a son who wants to become a Catholic priest The young man has spent n year at n preparatory college Before the college term opened in September Capt Luchslnger approached Mr Lesher and in very plain terms told him If you let your boy go back to be come a priest you will be a friend of mine no longer antI I will make it warm for you around here As a matter of fact Luchsinger used stronger language than is quoted Several hundred witnesses will corroborate this anti no doubt it will make several hundred votes for the Democrats I The city administration says the police are out of politics Is that so A Democratic rally was held at Shelby and Ash streets Tuesday evening Jacob IIartsteln a well and favorably known proprietor of a saloon was standing among those listening to the speakers Capt Luchsinger appeared on the sccn and the folowing colloquy ensued Luchsinger Jake dont you khttw you are disobeying tho law Hartstein What law LuchsingerDont you know it is aginst the law for barkeepers to meddle with politics Hartseln No I did not know it Luchsinger Well you know it now and if we Republicans win you need not go to the City Hall after your license next year as I skull see you dont get itc This is the same Liichsinger who called the barber at Shelby and Milton a crossback and added a vile epithet He also figured asa strike breaker in the Muncie hid street car strike By the way why did Luchslnger leave the employment of time Louisville Railway Company and what trouble did he have while act Ing as officer of a local fraternal insurance society Luchslnger like Foster is a shining example of re form in the police department i Joseph Blocker conducts a grocery and saloon at Hamilton and Baxter avenue Last Sunday evening his f enf I joying a social game of euchre Sud denly the door of the room flew histt t hadtsurrounded the house Younger be came very much disgusted whcli he found it was only n euchre game and explained very ungracefully that he thought It was a poker game Nobody has ever heard of a Sun day raid on the colored Republican club at Fifth and Ward streets or on the Tube Rose Club Yet the Evening Post says there Is no fear of negro domination During the present week it was proven conclusively in the Police Court that Detectivj Hpimerdlnget had assaulted and injured Mrs Jo seph Wernert wife of the proprietor of a saloon at Logan and Broacjway Judge McGee did not pass ipon this case immediately but has reserved I lips decision until next Wednesday In the noon edition of the Louis ville Post a few days ago Harry T Crittenden the reform Superintendent of the Louisville street cleaning department said Hon W O Head was a liar when he accused him of employing negroes to boss whiter men Someone on the Post was wise enough to eliminate that objetclon able language in the other editions that day Crittehden says Head is a liar Crlttenden also told how the 4 men under him had removed 3500000 cubic yards of earth from the streets within a year If Presi dent Taft knew this he would make Crittenden Governor of the Panama Canal Zone Is there anything on the clty hooks to show that this amount of earth was removed The City Comptroller will certainly be able to show It Jf true 0mJ There are still more rocks Ahead for the city administration In or der to keep down the tax rate th levv for school purposes teas cut two ceii8 and in direct violation of the charter Now the School Board aisgoing to sue and that 1bright par Dicll r8tar of LouivHle legal ofirmamenti Clsyton BlakeyrCity At torneylet twinkling with exciter wentand clamorinfr for a thematidmua School fftaifd Would M know bew- beodle to wr babe It be bad one There might be some danger of It exploding in his pocket and blowing out hits light IRISH PART I In Hudson rulton Affair Will Be of Great- Dimension Irish societies will have a big part in the HudsonFulton celebra tion which begins in New York City tomorrow and will continue two weeks The first event in which they are to participate 4s the grand concert at Carnegie Hall tomorrow evening Victor Herbert the cele brated IrishAmerican composer has made the selections for the occasion His orchestra will give the Irish Rhapsody composed by himself for the Gaelic Society Pets Ceoll in 1802 A feature of the concert will be the singing by Mr Ludwig of a song entitled Sweet Harp of the Days That Are Gone written by the Irish poet Samuel Lover and set to music by the poets grandson Victor Herbert which will be sung for the first time at this concert Ills Grace Archbishop Farley hats been elected by the Irish societies to preside at the concert In the civic parade next Tuesday about 7000 IrishAmericans will participate and three historic floats will be manned and escorted by the Irish contingent The Ancient Order ef Hibernians the Friendly Sons of St Patrick the Clnnna Oaels the IrishAmerican Athletic Club and the Irish Counties Athletic Club will all be represented Grand Marshal Major Gen Charles P Roe on the recommendation of the Irish societies has ap pointed Thomas Kelly President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians as an aid In the naval parade Ireland will be represented by the steamer Asbury Park and In the military parade by the Irish Volunteers un der the command of Col Charles T Crowley HISTORY REPEATS Controversy Over North Pole Brings Out Old Story In the bitter controversy that has arisen over the discovery of the North Pole and the universal de mand for a competent tribunal to settle the dispute we see history repeating itself once moVe For this is precisely what happened iu the Middle Ages when Alexander VI drew his famous inlaginary line bidiuCflhi iii DrldheU rival explorers but with this great difference In the present case the dispute is between citizens of the same country over un imaginary point on the earths surface and threatens nothing more serious than a weary word of words wIllie litho earlier case it was a contest between rival nations whose border lines were contiguous and whose dispute was not over an imaginary point in space but over the division of vast continents and threatened the shedding of rivers of blood and endless warfare among the civilized nations of the world of which Spain and Portugal were at that time tho two leading nations The question was referred for arbitration to tho Papacy which was then the most enlightened and the most universally recognized and respected moral power in the world and in the person of Alexander VI it issued the famous decree in which by the mere drawing of an imaginary line through space blood shied was averted find the lasting peace of Christendom was secured Nothing could have emphasized the wisdom and utility of this action or proved that tie power of the pen ImaglnarrHlletluin this twentieth century controversy over the discovery of the North Pole The need of a universal court of arbitration is as great today as it was in the Middle Ages IRISH ESKIMOS WERE THERE One of the most experienced in terpreters of the Eskimo tribes is of Irish descent He was born on thus coast of Labrador and Is a son of ono of the Hudson Bay Companys employes This man gave informa tion of much value to Dr Cook before the latter left for his successful trip to the North Pole It is a peculiar feet that nearly all the ng1Ish theJIudRanIrishEskimoswith Cook For years it has been n trite saying You will find the Irishman everywhere if the North Pole was discovered tomorrow he would be there DEATH OF ENGINEER James Regan a welt known loco motive engineer dlet1at the res KateSchrader lingering Brotherhood sister MrsL Sclirader is hl0nlJsurviving relative The funeral took churchey It ns ttentletl thineIreadskit L ARMY bFCHIIjDRttV According to statistics from the offioe of the Census Surau ihere are ir000000 school children in thY olilyingiudehween iP HJrt i b RESTS AT NAZARETHl ll- t r f Mortal Remains of Louisvilles Fourth Bishop Have Been Consigned to Mother Earth and Gods Sunlight Will Shine Upon His Grave i Members of His Flock Strove to Do Him Honor From the Hour of His Death Until His Casket Was Finally Covered a After lying in state in the Cathe dral sanctuary from Sunday after noon until noon on Tuesday the mortal remains of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey were parried to Nazareth on a special train and there entombed lato Tuesday after noon Among the prelates the clergy the religious of various orders and the laymen who accompanied the remains to their last resting place there were none who did not respect the dead Bishop Only the eternal God knows what thoughts arose in their minds anti hearts Some thought of the silence of that tongue that hind controlled 100000 souls in the diocese of Louisville Others thought of him as tho church and school builder and still others as the builder of hospitals and in finnarles the friend of the orphan the homeless the aged and infirm and the penitents None were grieved that lIe had attained his goal heaven but all mourned that he was no longer among them to give Ills aid his counsel his prudent advice All joined in reverently saying May the Lord have mercy on his soul- Bishop McCloskey passed to his eternal rest at 705 oclock on Fri day morning Ills death was as peaceful and as calm as his lifehad been His deathbed was surrounded by his sister several clergy Iand one or two friends As soon as his death was announced in the city tho toll Ing of the Cathedral bell was heard and nil who heard it knew the Bishop had passed away After Funeral Director Thomas Keenan had prepared the body for burial priests and students of Pres ton Park Seminary guarded the re mains until Sunday afternoon when all the priests of the city assembled at seminary and escorted the body to the Cathedral which had been appropriately draped in black The throne of the late Bishop had been draped in purple The large Cathedral was crowded hours before tne iimerai cortege arrived Fifth street from Green to Walnut was a mass of people seeking admission to the Cathedral A detail of police under Capt Bright Kept the way clear for the funeral procession Time funeral car arrived at 420 accompanJIlgclelgy formed in line at the Cathedral door Very Rev Father George A Schuh mann D D ns master of ceremonies headed the procession On either side were altar boys hearing candles Behind came more than 100 priests some in black others in brown others still in White Each priest carried a lighted candle Behind these walked the pallbearers bearing the casket that contained the Bishops remains These pall bearers who acted both at the Sem inary and at the Cathedral were the Rev Fathers Patrick J Walsh Charles P Raffo John OConnor Louis OhIo tiTii Thome and T C Clark 0 P At the foot of the casket walked the Very Rev Father James P Cronin Vicar General and administrator of the diocese until n new Bishop is chosen Last of all carne the Very Rev Father Rock rector of the Cathedral He was clad in mourning vestments anti of ficiated at the blessing of the casket That ceremony was short anti simple After the priests hind left the sanctuary the laity was invited to view the remains This was carried out decorously yet with all proper expedition Thousands viewed the remains from Sunday afternoon until Tuesday Sunday evening Catholic men rep resenting all the parishes in the city and county anti all societies of Catholics assembled at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral to meet with the St Vincent de Paul stepsFatherthe dead Bishop No society was missing Father Cronin presided and briefly explained time object of time meeting Father Rock made u brief hl1sslngtbatacted as guards of honor to the dead Bishop Father Walshwas also called upon to make tin address but said silence wan more eloquent than words niter what had been said Father Cronin then called for gllRnls1edtletIlewere necessary The list is ua fol lows midumighitViillatn Tiaras1VaisbThnnpsonTamehbleQhnnGiior and Fred Leezer From midnight lintll 3 oclock 1tMimlloyJ MorganCoonsFront 3 oclock until 6 oclock RileyPatrickTr1nar E Otfoorne Wi11 m Trideti and Frank Niehumss MondayflJ oclock 1ritUg4 3Vi I Schrccker Daniell l T 1Iiun byIId ward T Tierney 8 it lfo P V IfrKeiny Junes MoWniianuh Eo J f r Mann Patrick GIl lgan and James Nrvughton From 0 midnight Monday Graven Thomas OclOCkluntilMills T A Quinn Jr P es Cissell John Kane rand J J Kelrow jIFrom midulght iintiii4 30clll Tuesday morning ypscpli Doherty Thomas Kennedy Patrick King Ben Voll William ONell John StephensThe was given the honor of the lust watch 3 oclock Tuesday morning until the hour for the funeral mass The ushers selec edv for the re quiem mass Tuesd IyJ inprnlng were John A Doyle Ertwardfc J McDer molt J J Caffrej 1iijpi Callnhan npothelSGeher J J Klaphtjko Leo Goss Al Smith Ilenrv Boston Edward G Hill E J OBrien tMnrtiu J Cusick anti Fred hang JrT The officers ofUhe requiem mass on Tuesday were Celebrant Most Rev Henry A Moeller Archbishop of Cincinnati Deacons of Honour The Rev Jer ome Prcisser 0 2f C St Peters parish and the net Peter Knglert O parishAssistant Rev James P Cronin pastor of St Pat ricks church anti Vicar General 1eryRevCathedral ii Subdeacon The Rev Patrick parIshj1 Master of ceremoniesThe Rev George W Schnhnmnn D D pastor of St Johns parish assisted by the neT Dennis Murphy pastor of St Williams and the Rev Daniel Gallagher of thee thedral and the Bishops secretary Acolytes The Rev John TI Hill of St Francis Xaviqrs and the ne- E TllmeRpnrlshlJl1lJ i w ev osep I ellogarty Leh anon and the Itev v 11 amuf St parishAs Monday morning thin children of the various parochial schools academies and colleges begun to arrive and it was VIryRevthe Cathedral began the solemn mass of requiem The Rev FatherA T Thome of St Vincent de Lads parish was deacon Rev Father J1C Erie Willett of St Junes sub deacon mad Rev Father E lona hue of the Cathedral master of DanielOIlUaghelof the children Hundreds of men and woven lined the street outside unable to gain admission to the church The scene inside was beautiful Impressive edifying Thousands of Laysl anti little misses in garments of various lines knelt and recited their rosaries or wend from theirI prayer books During the afternoon the Trustees AsylurnnbramigitHill to take their last look at the Bishop AH afternoon numb until late in the evening the church was vis ited by throngs of people Tin lend ing business amid professional men of the city vied with each other in noting ns guards of honor lireiii fig Tho Archbishop was the guest of Very Rev Father Rock The Right Rev John J Farrtlly Bishop of Cleveland was the guest of Hon- E J McDermott The Right RevJ- lmseplmi Richter Ilishop of uiauuRapids was the guest of Father Leo Greullch O F M pastor of St flisltopsTennThomas F Lulls of Kansas City were quartered at tIle Seelbach Time Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Aux IudianapohsBishops Hartley of Columbus Ohio twerpj guests ot Father Rock Long before ft oclock Tuesday morning time Cathedral was filled tc overflowing with people I who wanted l1nynonCIt1101icpresent Soon the priests began ttt assemble The large sanctuary was soon filled und twp rows of emirs hall fo be placed outside the sane tuary railing to accommodate the latest arrivals Behind tho priests parishseleetedpalltorElast resting place At 030 oclock Rev Father Denis STurphy of St WlUinmp lilt of the directors of the office for the dead began that service The priests were divided into two choirs and the chant wnn sploTnn anti impressive A little while after 10 oclock the deep toned organ an nounced the arrival of the officers ofUletnasJ and the escorting clergy Rev Father Daniel Galapher oho pf the aMiSitantif to Master of Wmhuhmannret1tllecquraIift dtiledrdercta their rmqwotto habits white brown Mack or blMk and Iii I 55j rt 1 v f white Behind came the visiting Bishops in purple Next came the officers of the mass in their mourn ing vestments The rear was brought up by the Master of Ceremonies Rev Dr Schuhmann and the Most Rev Henry A Moeller cel ebrant of time solemn mass of requiem When not at the altar the Archbishop occupied the throne of the late Bishop McCloskey Myriads of candles and electric lights only heightened time solemn 1raperfloatIng ling and close to the altar were the Bishops in purple mad behind sat or knelt the priests The scene was one of vivid and yet harmonious color The choir of the Cathedral assisted by all the other Catholic choirs in the cltyand under the direction of Prof J W Chaser sang the music of the mass Mozarts Requiem At the close of the mass Bishop ODoiiaghuo was escorted by Father Schulnnnnn to the piUpit The Bishop is tall broad shouldered with splendid head nnd massive face For fprtyfive minutes he told the story of Bishop McCloskeyV life his works nnd achievements There was no attempt at eloquence or oratory The sermon was a plain unvarnished recital of facts by a man who thor oughly understood his subject Ho closed with an appeal to the people to pray for the repose of the soul of the dead Bishop After tho sermon the clergy chanted the Benedictus and each Bishop in turn blessed the casket road asked eternal rest for the de ceased prelate Archbishop Mealier was the last to perform his office The clergy were then entertained with a luncheon in the basement of the Cathedral Many of the laymen were also regaled there The ladles of the Cathedral parish assisted by other Indies arranged the tables anti served the guests At 1 oclock Father Rock the priests who actedas pallbearers and otlier clergy assouiblctUbealilfij the catafalque oiice more The BenedictiiK was chanted again and Father Rock rector of time Cathedral pronounced the final requlescat befor the casket was re moved to the funeral car The laymen led the way from the Cathedral to the Union Station Behind came the hearse then the clergy and nuns in carriages The funeral cortege ptssed the colored orphans home tint Convent of tIle Good Shepherd and the home con ducted by the Little Sisters of the Poor At each of these places the Sisters and their charges watched the funeral procession curd the lay men in the cortege bared their heads The train left Louisville at Highland Leos parish were grouped to view the funeral train Nnarcth was reached at 4 oclock coimtyhad Closkey Judge Frank Daugherv of Bordstown was one of the first to greet the Louisville visitors rime pupilsledcemeteryhalfbrothers of various orders Xaverhin Brothers priests nnd prelates fol tillthethpllcoplesemblcd might view the remains This occupied only n few nilnutes flislmopIlartloyMaes on his left recited thin final prayers in Latin and English Tho lcaslet glnvcIg prelateTheclergy and laymen were entertained ofNazareth themInSISTKIIS OK NOTRE DAME Sister vMariannn Mother Superior of the Sisters of Notre Dame in this SisterPetraSouthernprovincevincial of the Western province and thlNotreThursdayfor1 the aSppcrlorout the world There will be dole gates from all over the world and IIt is possible that one of the delegates from this country may be named as heal of the prderP Mother Innocentia time former mead of the conference pr9bRblgotolisndwherethe dorderTFRIEND OF PRINTERS a ofStCitylass her r Typohio1i body of printer in the country He- rf opened the national convention of the Printers League of America with prayer on Wednesday and responded to one of the toasts at the banquet on Thursday BLACK FRANCISCANS Will Celebrate Seven Hun dreth Anniversary Their Order The priests of the order of Minor Conventuals will celebrate the seven hundredth anniversary of the found ing of the order with a trlduum that will begin at St Anthonys church next Friday morning amid close Sun day evening On each of the three days there will be a solemn high mass in the morning amid appro eveningthere ing and owning and at least two of the sermons will be preached in the English language by able local pul pit orators There are two churches In Louis ville over which the Minor Con ventuals or Blnck Franciscans pre side St Anthonys with Very Rev Father Leo Grenllch in charge and St Peters where Very Rev Father Jerome Preisser presides The service at St Anthonys will close each evening with benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament On Sun day evening the congregation will join with the choir in singing there Deum The Black Franciscans lire a branch of the order founded by St Francis of Assissl in 120J In that year he had only two companions For 700 years the order has been growing unit flourishing Its sons have curried the gospel to many lands and nowhere have they done more effective work than in Louis ville Among the other rules that St Francis laid down for his liseiplea was this one Let your behavior in the world be such that everyone who sees or hears you may praise the Heavenly Father Preach peace to nil but have It in your hearts as well as on your lips live no occa sion of anger or scandal to any hut by your gentleness lend nil men to goodness peace and union We are called to heal the wounded and re call tho erring For there ate many who appear to you limbs ot the devil who will be one tiny disciples of Jesus Chris- tSPURTS IN IRELAND Hunting Shooting Fishing Better Than in England 00 Time sport In Ireland writes a well known journalist is most at tarctlve time hunting and fishing time shooting ofgrouse and wood cock again with n wider note than in England The Irishman boasts that within ten miles of Dublin you can catch a trout shoot a grouse and hunt a fox Time people enter into the spirit of sport right heartily a little too heartily per haps for their material welfare and one hears al sorts of quaint stories about the sporting enthusiasm For instance of n village baker who kept n pack of hounds and used to transport them to meets in ills bread cart The Irish are iv broadminded people and in the interests of sport the people of Jhat village tolerated a touch of doggy flavor in their bread It is the keenness of this sporting spirit among other things which to my mind makes it undesirable to join with that section which would abolish nil the woods and cut even the barren moors up into small farms I dont think the Irish peo ple would be happy under those cir cumstances They want some fun in potntoea the sporting spirit seems part of time national character It would be a sad day for Ireland when there was no longer a covert for a fox a stretch of heather tor the grouse a copse for the woodcocks The people numt be settled on the land certainly but with good tilth the land could support at least four times its present population without taking steps which would spoil its beauty GERMAN CENTRAL VEREIN The German Catholic Central Verein of North America held its an miaKconventlon in Indianapolis this week The 500 delegates assembled at the Cathedral lost Sunday morn ing where Archbishop Dlomede Fnlconio celebrated Pontifical high mass At 2 oclock Sunday after noon there was n grand street parade In which nil the Catholic societies of Indianapolis joined Be stoles Archbishop Fnlconio the par BishopsChatardand Koudelka In time evening nil at tended vespers at the Cathedral and joined in singing the Te Deum Business sessions were held on Monday ants Tuesday VICTIM OF HEART DISEASE Michael ClaSby sixtyeight years old and n native of Ireland died suddenly of heart disease at his home 3118 South Third street on Siinday afternoon He lied not been in the best of health for several weeks but appeared tQbe in no tnb mediate danger of collapse =rlle started to join n party of friends lin time back yard when an lt ack1heart failure seized him and he died before medical assistance could reach him Tile funeral took place from holy Name church on WedniBB day morning anti was attended by many of lite 6W time idehda The deepest awrapahr Ia fait 4or his be- reapd t4ddirj 4 WEARY h And Sorely IMssuppointcd Irish Patriot Seeks Repose in Jerusalem Editor and Statesman Tires ot Ills Struggle FormativeILand lIon William OBrlcH Desires to Leave Il1sllonesJIl Holy City r i MARTYR TO LOFTY IDEAL Proms Ireland comes the news that William OBrien Irish patriot and scholar has settled down to per manent residence in Jcsusalcm This adds a final touch of quaintness to a picturesque career It Is just forty years since William OBrien entered public life ns a reporter on I Cork newspaper Migrating to Dublin he joined the editorial staff of the Freemans Journal and in 1880 founded United Ireland whence r sprang the Land League one of the most powerful political agencies known In the turbulent times of Irish politics Among the old guardof the National party he meld proud preeminence in the mutter of the number of times lIe was prose cuted for political offenses and the prlsollIttions with Mr Forster then Chief Secretary acting ns jailer that there happened the episode of the breeches His own garments rent from him he declined to assume prison garb and so for a while sat in his cell trouserless but not for lorn since from the nigh platform colleaguestrumtetcd of which he was made a victim For some years OBrien was a prominent figure In the House of Commons A man of native ability sharpened and extended by culture he had in special degree the national gift of eloquence His method of delivery was peculiar rather than nddresslngtheto blood curdling whispers The next moment it rose to a piercing shriek accompanied by wild waving of the armOnly time other day sick rif heartrhopeless of the future of Ireland since It denied itself the guidance of his counsel he resigned his safe seat at Cork shook the dust of the Ra tionalist council chamber off his sy feet and picturesquely original to the last entered the gates of Jerusalem with intent to leave his CityWilliam always been ii thorough Nationalist and is as much a martyr to the cause of his native land as Emmet or Wolfe Tone The British Government did not rob hint of his life but it has stretched his spirit on the rack Of infamy and has caused those who ought to have been hits best friends to regard hum as nn enemy Ireland will write the epitaph of William OBrien when it writes that of Rob ert EmmetI BISHOPS FRIEX1 DEAL Fred hung Sr one of the oldestkGerman Catholic citizens of Louis ville and a warm friend of the late Bishop McCloskpy died at the res idence of his daughter Mrs Harry A KanipfinuelUr 51u Belgravin SundayDeath tion Mr hang was eightytwo years old but has spent must of his life in Louisville lour children sur vive him They are Mrs John A Kall1JfmucllerFrederick Kcisker Sons and the Rev Father CollegeEllicottman of kindly disposition and rare business tact For many years he was senior member of time firm of hang hoop furniture manu agoFormissed Herring mass every day ills 1 funeral took place from St Loulll Bertrand church on Wednesday morning and was marked with tho greatest simplicity solemnhighOeorgeIIatigebrant Rev Father Edward floes deacon nail Rev Father John D tll ll time jxuilliiv nuuuvuuuil In sane FatherClarkGatsePoilandmass waft in progress at the main altar Rev Fathers McNeil and Norman twere offering the holy sacrifice terFaunasf accompanied the remains to time whereFatherabsolution v GO TO FOREIGN1 LANDS otthetrend have gorie to old in carrying on I touchingtheiloeesehaddadmnonished thepfMost Blessed Sacrament was fclren Time Archbishop many Hrsts and mpiniedthea last iIfcreweU 1r Pp 1 rI i e p U KENTUOKY IRISH AlIERJrOANI A I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGftli CatholcaDevotedt Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IKISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Enured it the LonltvllU POlio Mlc a 8ecoodCI i fUtur AUren all Comm nelcetiona to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Oreei St UN MTRADES COUNCIL I A LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1909 Democratic TicKet MayorWillium 0 Head City Treasurer Andrew M Sea Circuit Judges First Chancery dllslonShllclcl ford Miller Second Chancery division faamuel- IJ Klrby First Common Pleas division William II Field Second Common Pleas division Thomas 11 Gordon r Third Common IMcus division lItter 1 Lincoln Criminal Judge James P Gregory Judge of Police CourtSamuel J Holdrlek County Judge Mulr Welsslnire County AttorneyA Scott JJlu1l1tt Commonwealths Attorney Joseph Mr Huffaker Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court Harry W Robinson Clerk of Police CourtJInrryC Nehan Citv Auditor Adolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police Court Thomas Moran Receiver of City Taxes Charles W Mllllkin Sheriff A M Emler Circuit Clerk Louis Summers County Clerk P S Ray County Assessor Edward A harryJailerJohn It Pflanz County SurveyorJohn Ilussell Giiincs caroncr1t t Ellis Duncan County Superintendent Orville J Stivers State Senators ThirtyRixth district Herman D NewcombThirtyeighth district Mark Ryan Legislators Fortyfourth district L COw ings Fortyfifth district John M Let terleFortysixth district Peter J Cos grove Fortyseventh district llowan HardinFortyeighth district Mite Huf faker Fortyninth district Thomas OConnell Fiftieth district Henry Clay Hall Fiftyfirst districtSamuel J Rob ertson Park Commissioners Daniel F Murphy Louis Scelbach John 1I Castleman t Aldermen Fred J Leezer 11 J Campbell Jr Dr John H lluschemeyer jnmes Treasy Dr C W Schmitt Henry A Kremer 11 Guy Parker 1 J AVilliam ililler lien J Urumleve Vi George H Coder John M Clltforu tSamCouncilmen First wardrJohn euhauser and William P Graves Second ward Charles JJann and Dr C G Russraann Third wurd William M Booker rind Philip J If1el- gourthwurdHen Schulmnn and Jerome King Fifth ward Thomas J Garvey and J A Stijder Sixth ward Frank Cqblens and M4ehael Leone Seventh ward Thomas Lawrence and Samuel O Tate EighthwardSamuel W Greene and T J Morrow Ninth ward Michael McDermott and D B Coleman Tenth ward Itandplph Thomas and Henry Wolff- Eleventh ward Dr C F Mcltoa and Charles J Finnegan JndDtmWatsonMngiatrates DprseySecond C Whceleri Third district H D Robb Fourth difitrictS S Hollis IUthdlstrlctFrank Dacher itcglemrySeventh D OConnorEighth district George Berry j Constables First dlstrlefc Charles T Osborne ddltrlctJ W Floor Third difitrlel Jl D Robb Jr Fourth district Ir f Camp JugustllsSeuntba man JSIfKtii dlar1 tjIi31ieldil sibbollrullteell Tflriit wardJames Bm ay wardsJosephHsisa Fourth ant Fifth waitlsDr wmI- aIU ganders Eighth and Ninth wards Dui Charles L Kdelen Tenth WJdHenry 8ekiapehr Eleventh sod Twelfth WIHBiJ r 801 tpet I RKQUIESCAT IX PEACE On Tuesday afternoon several thousand Catholics of the diocese of Louisville showed their respect for the late Bishop William George MeCIoskey by attending his inter ment at the cemetery in Nnareth The burial of the dead is one of the corporal works of mercy and our Catholic people are rarely remiss In this duty AH who attended wero mourners to a great or less degree but then was no abnormal weeping no great cries of lamentation all joined in the prayer Eternal rest give unto him 0 Lord and may perpetual rest shine upon him Time Bishop waR close to eighty seven yeas old He had fought the good fight his course was run For more than four scoie years he had aspired to one thlngheayen AU hope that he has reached the goal and certainty he has no friend that would want to rob Ida of his place in the angelic choir Time tight Rev William George McCloskey was a man of many partsa scholar as well as a studentv a Ilawyer a master of diction a linguist a teacher a lover of art and literature a man whoso heart went out to the sore and distressed to the orphans the aged and Infirm a builder of schools and churches a diplomat a business man and a working man Labor needs no other patron than our departed Bishop The time for his panegyrics has not arrived Now is the time to pray that God may send us in Bishop McCloskeys stead a man of his in tellect and intelligence his prudence and love of charity- EYAIrATION OP LAltOR Out of the confusion that has attended Industrial agitation and conflict the past twenty years there has come an exaltation of labor which society in general can rejoice over The term labor has acquired a distinctive meaning and stands for a regulated social force Grave responsibilities have been placed upon the warriors assembled under Its banners and they havo bravely accepted them To the worlds cry for help labor responds Here I Industrial activities need no longer be spasmodic or chaotic Workers are organized and capital represent ing the other side can have just what It pays for No pay no work and no work no pay alike give the square deal I There are generals of labor as there are captains of industry There have been Goulus Sages and llorri mans who amassed fortunes and wno have left wreck and ruin In their paths On the other hand there are Gompers Mitchell Morri son Lynch and a host of other labor generals who have fought bravely for ears Their only working capital has been their sterling integrity and nerve They have brought order out of chaos they have made happy homes of hovels and have made intelligent thinkers of humble im migrantsThus America moves on She is first in the invention of the steam boat the steam engine the telegraph the great oceanic cables In aviation In reaching the North Polq and above all In the exaltation of labor UEM13MISKU Till POOR Winter will soon bo here Look over your wardrobe Perhaps you will find worn and discarded garments Do not throw them away Do not sell them to the ragman Wo have here Various orphan asylums the Little Sisters of the Poor and numerous conferences of the St Via cent de Paul Society Your discarded clothing will come In handy for someone less fortunate than your self Take your castoff garments to the headquarters of the St Vincent de Paul Society In your parish or send them to one of the charitable institutions You will never regret It c Of course sonic of the streets are torn up and do tot suggest the apIannccof having recently enter tamed several big conventions and a State lallbutan election 1Is coming and something has to he done to rralfptes for the Republican tieket Ko Catholic1t home should be without a Catholic newspaper let there are many homes that rarely or never see one- IIAXpt xoaPlTATMn The nedr ftTettorrAt MaryV BAfl I pitel at 101U be ireadjr for DCCUrJAet I tJpt ti dsi ts bbl bwf Liiii r MR AND MRS HENRY M1DDEXDORF Who will Celebrate Their Golden Wedding Tomorrow H j S0G1ETY wrlC9wG1rw K9i fwW9 i 1 Miss Annie MeGill has returned from a two months tour of Europe Miss Lee Coulis of Clifton has ireturned from n months visit to Cincinnati Mss Nellie McDermott of Paris jIs visiting Mrs John P Hanleyof Crescent mil Muss Georgia erriellof New Haven in visiting her aunt Mrs Bernard Dant Mrs J 11t Oleason of West Point is visiting Mrs O IL Kustes of jhighland Park Miss Xellle 1nhcy of Portland 1 has returned from a fortnights visit to Limn Ohio Capt Tliimiiis Hanlon of New Albany is spending a few days tit 3French Lick Springs Mrs Annie Collins and Miss Mar garet Dalton are visiting Mrs Con Collins of Frankfort Miss nose Salender of Frankfort who was here last week to visit rel atives has returned home Henry Jobber of Frankfort spent several days in this city with his daughter Mrs E oJ Lynch James Gibbons has gone io Frank tort to spend a few days with his iulster Mrs John T Waters MrH Ellen Welsh of Liikclaiid is the guest of Item cousin Mrs Cath erine Uradlejv of Garden street Miss Maude Oilrien of Shepherds ville Is visiting her sister Airs Mr 1J Hoffman of South Louisville Misses Anna 15 Conleyturd Miss Mary Delaney of Jefersouvllle have gone to visit friends in Chicago Miss Mary Scally 954 South Fifth street has returned from visits to relatives in Indianapolis and Russell vllle Misses Flora and Corine tMuhoncy of New Haven are guests of their uncle Thomas Mahoney of Louis ville Misses Isabelle and Virginia robin have returned to Frankfort after n pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Miss Jean MeCann of Jefferson vllle is spending the month with her sister Mrs Frank Burke of Chicago Mrs Sophia Cambron has as her guests leer nieces Misses lclla Thornbury and Jesse Greeuwell of New Haven Miss Hilda Hinkebeln of New Albany is spending ten days with her aunt Mrs JJdwnrd IV Klein of Longest avenue Miss Kathryn Carroll has re turned from St Paul Minn where she was the guest of Mrs John J Wolfe for several weeks Miss Julia Dougherty of Atlanta spendingtimeMrs F Lyon of Southern Heights Chicagohaswinter with her grandmother Mrs L C Hayes and to attend school here Mr and Mrs Harry Kerr announce thelrdougl1terNell The wedding will take place in October Mrs Ellen McKenna lias An nounced the engagement of her daughter Miss Sarah to William A- KellyThe wedding date has yet to be fixed 1 Mr and Mrs N F Carey and little son Vincent of Lebanon after1TlsltlngSouth =Miss Jessamine hula who lt been spending a few weeks in TefSI fersbnville as the guest of Nellie Sweets has returned to her home in Elizabethtown T If Merimee and gister dim Maria have returned to their home in Clifton after a visit of several weeks jo relatives lit Marion Wash ington and Nelson counties After spending the summer with her parents Miss Stella Keboe of- Jeffersonvihledaughter of Mr and 3fre M J 3Cehoe as goad to lien overv ImllitCJ resume her studies Joseph K Barr well of Dayton OIIlOand life wife are Hshtiug Yrs Barawells brother James ylarphy of 10CM1 DumMnil Itreet and sir en Mta Jennie and Katie Murphy t aft i tftkiTiff i t iI 1003 West Market street have as their guests Mrs 1I Knight and Miss Eva Sullivan of Chicago Sev eral entertainments will be given in their honor Joseph L Dohertyof Chicago Auditor of the Monon railroad Ifas returned home after spending a few days in New Albany whither he was summoned on account of time death of his brother Mrs Margaret MetcaU of 739 East Kentuckystreet loft Thursday to spend n mouth in Indianapolis visiting her sister Mrs John Scanlon Tynanformer The Wintergreen Club will entertain with n dance at Utopian Hall Monday October 25 William Klggs Andy Maloney Thomas Coyne Frank Dunn and Joseph Coleman are the committee in charge Mr and Mrs T M Blandford of Indianapolis have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Gertrude to L O Whelan of Louisville The marriage will be solemnized at St Josephs church Indianapolis on October 10 pasttwoMisses Mamie and Otillia Hubbuch 1222 West Jefferson street has re turned to her home at Stithton Several largely attended social functions were given in Miss Aubreys honor during her visit Miss Mary Louise Hachle and John J Crotty were quietly married In the rectory of St Louis Uer trands convent on Wednesday afternoon The wedding was a complete surprise to the friends of the con tracting parlies Miss Hachle is a charming yoving lady of Parkland and Mr Crotly is well known for inYmusical circles Although they stole wl1lhnvehappiness HON JOSEPH TV ONKAL DEAD Hoii Joseph T 6Neal one of the most respected lawyers at the Louisville bar and who was known attorneydiedTuesday afternoon He had been ill five weeks IHs wife and four sons Merit Joseph T Jr Goodloe and Emmet ONeal and his venerable mother Mrs Merit S ONeal sur vive His funeral took place Thurs day afternoon and was very largely attended Mr ONeal was born in Wood ford county sixtyone years ago but had lived in Louisville more than thirty years General regret is expressed over his death LETTER CARRIERS HOME Charles lumber Edward Robuck Louis W llorntraeger John Em inons Dan Cnniff Carl Settelmayer Louisvillesdelegation tion of letter carriers arrived home dlsappolatedThet They were happy because they had been so royally treated in St Paul and Minneapolis but they were dis appointed because the next conven tion will go to Rochester N Y in stead of coming to Louisvilje HhESSlNG AT ST LEOS A magnificent crucifix lips been JIlgllland vespers at 3 oclock tomorrow after pcrformed Fitzgerald pastor of St Leos dwell known Inca priest will deliver a oocslollJhefriendlyo StLeosattend thin seiviee- IItELhMINAIt1 STEPS On Wednesday morning the irre Jemsvmdloceserectory to moke preliminary ar rangements for tutu selection of A McCloskeyclnnatl remained over to attend the takotthetnlu1epnllIeXClthrr succeeding steps will be taken C MARK OF 8V3IPATI1 St Primness of Roma Branch Catholic Knights and Ladies of America at 1Its last meeting adopted appropriate resolutions on the death departed Halioran was n faithful member of the council and a true Knight The committee hat Grafted tIter esolu lions was composed of Joseph X Kesdack Maurice PHcarn and S A Hanwin a1TOLTcl3 AT OXFORD lime results orthereceri entranceI exanminatlons e rreatUnlerl tif Oxford EngUiwl bwedtbat there wore 81579 oaodW tei and iiH eels aUyl toQ a CtttboUc headed the fcqoltt a rwnaikftble elate of af i J oj Special Basement Sale of China Glassware and Housefurnishings Trunks and Traveling Bags I Extraordinary List of Low Prices for Today 29ccom79whole89Sweeper j 1 Blacking Cases Made of hardwood iron69cfoot rest and box holder Special Preserving KettlesGray Steel Enamel Preerv i IScsizesRice BorilersStranskey Triplecoated Blue Special Enamel Rice Boilers regular IA579c SaucepansStranskey Triplecoated B1ue Enamel each Saucepans regular 79cSpecial3ge Flower Pots 4in 5in 6 in 7in Sin 9in 10in 12i- n3c5 8c 12c 15c 25633c 50c Brass JardinieresSpun Brassfooted1b51 Jardinieres 7inch size 5et 1 Order Groceries the llKOrporaltdbyIN CONNECTION WITH MMES CO YORK MENS YOUNnIIMENS II FALL SUITS 1250 Blue Serges Pure All Wool Fancy Worsteds and Velours hand tailored throughout the kind that uptown stores ask 15 to 18 for Our price 1250 Everything in New Fall Goods for Men and Boys now read- yM1SMoses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight tens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kiiuella Gen gupt HNlGflTS t OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Holy Trinity Council of New York City has engaged Palm Garden for its annual reception and entertain ment which will be held on November 19 On the second Sunday in this month Cheyenne Council initiated another large class The nIght J5ev Bishop James J Keane was the first speaker at the banquet The Jlight Rev John J Kcane Bishop of Cheyenne Wyo will lecture under the auspices of Mil waukee councils October 4 to 9 Great interest is being taken Jn these lectures by nonCatholics ENJOYED TJHP Judge and IMrs OVDoherty hue arrived home after two months spent iri touring Ireland England and Scotland Both enjoyed every minute of their trip rand returned healthy and happy Judge ODoherty will have ninny interesting to tell of his travels and he is enthusiastic over the improved condl tjon of affairs in Ireland SYMPATHETIC TO THE LAST Ono of the last acts of the late Bishop MeCIoskey was to send B telegram announcing his regret at not being able to attehil the ob iwqules of the late Very Rev Pr Miller of Syracuse Provincial of the Franciscans ilESPECT TO TJIE BISHOP Trinity Council Y rI held a Hpsolal meeting Friday night of last- week to tike suitable action on the death of BishopMcCloske Burtne JCooneyJQ eph M DeUJ O Klrchdorfar President James B JIiJ1yand V Bcker were appoint ed 4 committee to Iran appropriate reeoluttons snd reported ammo Wte1YThe feaolutioas set forth the loss to he dJocews ordered the charter draped for dajn sad provUed for th eelekMipn of a memoriat taeuI i it w 1 Cutglass Tumblers Chrysanthemum cut JQrregular 79c Special each J7t Toilet Sets12piece white and gold decora tion large shape regular 550 469Speciali l geregularf 8eandCombinetsCovered Combinets wire bale 85ehandle regular Special TRUNKS BAGS AND SUIT CASES Tourist Trunk 38inch size canvas covered waterproof painted hardwood strips capped double 00straps1 SuitCasesMade of extra fine selected cowhide extra large onepiece corners with brass bell1 i i 98regularSuit Cases 16 or 18inch size imitation leather metal corners brass lock and clamps75eYour choice each Oxford Bags Made of selected cowhide leather lined with pockets English frame heavy cor ners with bell rivets regular 700 jSpeciali 3 469 Ask AboutSTEWARTHouseholdClub fc NEW Telephone THEm Matt tales K thirty 100 NNm N iIi 1909 November Election 1909 iI e IV IVVOTE FOR II W 0 HEAD II IIAND i HEII o II Z Straight III Democratic r- q I Ticket 1 Z N01N 0 b0000NN NN N 010 00 0 00 0 N000 N t 4+ ON + 4 00 NO N N0000 0 00 N00100 1 Creagers Business School i i o J D CREAQERl Principal Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and king taught Day and Night Sessions Students may 11BooTkeepln time Our system has superior advantages We +teachers and the nicest quarters of any business schools In Louisville Call to see us if ofii IIthe AND BRECKINRIDQE LOUISVILLE KYii DONT WORRY ABOUT YOUR PLASTERING =FALLING OFF =Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTER And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY PLASTERCOINCOUPORATED Brook sad River Both Pho cs 2267 Louisville Kjr Jt+ + tttOHAKPAGJIEIIIAL KOLxB345 West Green Street IrLlQtlOD0I0AJ 6nas fir Rooers BOOK 60ua PRAYER lOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give usa call and Inspect our line of gouda They are the finest of their kind in the city torts MacidHS acid IsIMenArflchs or JEVUKT nORIP f34WtJefferlonStree gHiJcar DANCE Unity CouncKl y1 Ihof New AlbnyiearraDliartort a seleot dance at Kamnervhot Ball next month n h ftx iv J MRC1tULEYS p Beginning Monday Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee MARYJANESPAPresented by Henry E Dixey and the original strong cast Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works J fM OARVBY MrE- XPERtCLEANER and DYER Skirls CMM mid Pfpiiiil 7Sc SNikClsa JSuAll Work Guaranteed Or No Mp Nele4 PM 111w f6 lEniYt n o If LiT 1 KENTUOKY IRISH AMIyiRI0AP3 II MONUMENTS In order to make room for the en largement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and t I IMULDOONIk Ii b + + NN 1 1 s + + + 4m p HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SSS Fast Maim Street HH I I t 4 I I t tit t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELMOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 7 Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Cillt Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET HI t I t t I t t n t t t H J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crlSVrtFRroie lon 1531 W MARKET STREET Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETcD TELEPHONE 810 Itt t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night y Carriages urnlhed for all occasion i 1225 W MARKET ST F Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH- laADYBM8AlaMBR Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 BEDDING PLANTSt- Geraniums Roses- Ueleotrope Etc Cemetery Wprk a speci- altyREASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTHAVEu j Both Phones 223 el PRIVATE HOSPITAL FIR THE CARE IF INSANE ANB VEPILEP TIC PATIENTI The Sisters of Mercy of Jefferson vllle lad own and manage a private hospitalI O for the care and treatment of Insane as epileptic patleatsBotli male aad feaa patMBts are admitted Rates vry rew otjablle For further particulars apply to MOTHBRMARYREOISA n V HOSPITAL Ifa 0111 t- AL Dr Hendricks DENTIST 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 Sti CB THOMPSON ELORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HENRYAJPi 1 PULSI DYER AID CLEANER l La IISaRGlRtslWllrNAplr1W PiIoaoa6u 528 Fifth Street MAOAULBYS henryFkthe attraction at Macnuleys Theater Je fliwt liaif of Dweek with a matinee on WednMtey The drama kM Ud a wonderful auooeu in the BUt sad 1U Mid to ba s BplendU cxwabtostton of pMbof d d wntt F S i kd7 p HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolt g the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Dont miss the outing of Division 2 Tuesday night nt Phoenix Hill Division 3 is tusking progress in arranging for its twentyfifth un1 nlversnry celebration in October The only meeting next week trill be held by Division 4 on Monday night President llcnitcsfiy looks for n large attendance The Ladles Auxiliary of bt Taut Mini entertained the members of lvlston 4 of that city with a supper anti musiculo at the last meeting The divisions of 1ilwtuckct ItL I and their Ladles Auxiliary have rondo n definite start toward securing ft permanent Hibernian home The National Board has Indorsed the Jrlsh homegoing in 1910 Thousands of Hibernians have signified their Intention of taking the trip next year- Division 3 showed the true Hiber ulan spirit when it postponed Its tel brntl n to next Tuesday and nd jouriiud as a mark of respect to the memory of Bishop McCloskey The divisions of the order at Concord and Manchester N 1L took part in a parade on Labor day and then heM a field day nt look sett X H The funds that accrued wero donated to the Sisters of Mercy to aid them in building a new convent Every member of tho order who possibly can do so should bring ids friends and neighbors to the cele bration of Division 2 at Phoenix Hill next Tuesday night It will be worth more thrin the price of admission to see Con Ford and Dan McKenna in the Irish dances HJGII TRIBUTE Paid Our Late Prelate by His Intimate Old Friend Quite a number of nonCatholic residents of Louisville who knew Blsliop McCloRkey either personally or through his work iu this diocese added their meed of praise when they heard of his lentil Last Sun day several Louisville clergymen of dissenting faith paid tribute to his life and works Ainong those of our separated brethren who knew him best mid will miss him most is Judge Poter n Muir the oldest member of the Louisville bur For more than forty years he had been Bishop McCloskeys legal adviser When nuked to give an expression on the Bishops death Judge Muir replied With great pain I have just heard of the death of my dear old friend the great venerable and good Bishop McCloskey I knew him well and Intimately lie was my close nail intimate friend and client from the time I first met him about forty years ago until his death He was a man of great learning and wonderful executive ability As the head of the Roman Catholic diocese of Louisville he was always zealous in his great work for the church Under his administration the church prospered nnd grew in membership and individual churches almost beyond precedent Above all he was eminent for his purity and time sweetness of his intercourse with nil whom he met Protestant and Cath olic He was always liberal upright and strictly just I loved him with unusual devotion and his death has caused me great sorrow There was but little difference in our ngcsl thc el orhy some eight or nine months ns I now recollect lie died In his eightyseventh year In his death the church has lost n great prelate Louisville has lost an em inent cItizen I have lost my best friend and Heaven has gained an other angel THIXITV COUNCIL Trinity Council at ite meeting Monday nighthad a fair attendance President James B Kelly announced that an open meeting would be held on the evening of Monday October 4 when a lecture on the In fallibility of the Pope will be delivered 1y n well known local priest The Literary Committee secured his services and desire all the members to bring prospective candidates to the hall that night JAMES K IIUKKE HONORED At the Democratic primary held In ToffersonvillQ last Monday JamQS E Burke a well known IrianAmeri can was nominated for Mayor and as ho is popular among Republicans it seems practically assured that lie wily bd the nett Mayor lIe Is a- fine business man and an all around good citizen If elected ho will re fleet credit on his party and city SUCCEEDS TO SEE The Right Rev Patrick Vincent Dwyer Do D has succeeded the late Dr Murray as Bishop of Maitland Australia his appointment as Coad jutor Bishop having been made with the established right of succession He is the first Australian to enjoy the honor of being consecrated Bishop Bishop Dwyer was porn at I Albury on August 21 1858 and was consecrated Bishop on June 6 1897 WILL BUILD NEW CHURCH On Fridfly of lama week the Tier Father George WeIss pastor of Sti George church Eighteenth and Standard streets took outs per mit to erect a new church Oil prop rreaVent the new ehureh will be mtOOO LOTS OF COWS I An official mLtep1aes the jnrtatber of dairy oovre IB the United StatesatSl900OOt I coeaaio cXMAXu Mote than ito 000000 worth of =madeeb scM la the United I i I i t 1 Liberty and Home Protective Party Ior Mayor George D Todd For Sheriff n 11 Holmes For City Tax Receiver Dr Kdw Boss For County Assessor Robert C Selliy PLArFORlU tecthePartsrepresentingItcipal polities the sanctity of the home personal liberty nnd freedom free from unreasonable search or Interference as guaranteed to us by our Constitution and economyInanelUleexpresstheir tholawsmonopolyTheo party and Its candidates rep resenting It shall be Independent In local iersonnlfreedomzen 1 as ho does not Interfere withrights generapubliclaws of the land Honesty and economy In tho adminis tration of public affairs with a liberal construction upon expenditures for the public good shall govern and control To exercise diligence In the execution of the law relating to the observance of SundayToso that the burden may tall justly upon all per sons alike and that It be reduced to the lowest minimum without Impairing the public service To bring about a reduction In the tolls of the Cumberland Telephone Company unjustfailing vent said company from operating In the city of Louisville To force a reduction In the price of public utilities viz lights water and transportationTo all legiti mate Investments of capital corporate or otherwise and to see that their rights are protected and that both the rights of the corporation and time citizen shall be equally protected under the law Realizing that the Infant children of today aro to be tho fathers and mothers of the future we nre tin favor of the strict enforcement of each and every law of the land for their protection against the use of Impure milk arid their em ployment under the ages forbidden by the laws of the State and It shall be our policy to encourage a strict enforcement ot each nnd every law that the law makers of the State have or shall enact for their welfare protection and happi ness We snail Insist upon the passage of a law that will require the sale of nil public franchises to the highest bidder for n term of not exceeding twentyJive years and In addition thereto a specific revenue tax of n certain per cent of the gross earnings of all public utility com panies such ns the street railway light telephone gas and all kindred companies These companies having grown enor mously rich from the privileges granted by the people and now claiming rights to which timer are not entitled should be made to bear their projrortlon of the burdens of taxation for the public good On the question of the modification of the laws of the State governing anti reg ulating the observance of the Sabbath or Christian Sunday we are opposed to all sumptuary laws that Interfere with or forbid the citizens to follow the pursuits of happiness so long ns he keeps within and respects the law of the land which we Insist shall apply alike to each mind every citizen We are In favor of the strict regulu tlon of the liquor morprlne cocaine and all kindred traffics so as to eradicate all the evils attending them In other words we are In favdr of dealing with these propositions that confront us In the spirit of fairness to nil parties concerned looking singly ad alone to time ultimate welfare happiness and good of the whole people I We are In favor of the elation to the Legislature of broad liberal mlnded and able men of Intelligence and experience free from the corruption of power and Otll Influences ablestwill givento the State their best nnd consideration In the enactment of just laws which are to govern nnd control us We are In favor of selecting the Judici ary of the State without regard to party affiliations and the candidates for such postlons to be judged alone upon their personal qualifications and fitness We shall strictly oppose time holding of any primary election at such unseasonable hours that shall In tho least mitigate against the right the opportunity or prl vllege of the laboring man store employ es clerks or any other person working for n salary or wages as will prevent their attendance nt said primaries or con ventions to the end that they may have an opportunity to freely and fairly ex press their choice for nil candidates for public office We shall Insist that the police and fire departments paid as they ore by the cit izens and the taxpayer shall be govened and controlled by the citys administration purely upon a business basis and that the members thereof shall not In any manner be Interfered with on account of their political opinions freeltofactnand exprres- sthe they shall be ns communrtyanyThatetheir rigittseshofh ba the same relating to politics no greater or no less than any other free citizen The public schools In which every father mother and them children of tho city are interested should be kept out of poll tics and the teachers thereof should be selected solelY upon merit and their per sonal qualifications Realizing that ilethe duty of the State through Its Legis lature to look after the welfare and the highest promotion of these Institutions we shall hold it to be our highest duty to lend to the State and 1U Legislature a helping hand to better our present condl tlonsThe city owning Its own waterworks WQ shall Insist that a strict supervision shall be kept over that Institution and it shall be the duty of the City Administration to see that the waterworks shall be well p ded for so that each and every cltlze may have the best and pur sumoltimerpublics good the best nnd purest of water aSaueVSn favor cost of requiring the City Street Railway Company to furnish six streetcar tickets for twentyfive cents or twentyfive tickets for one dollar and that a system of universal transfers shall be adopted We are In favor of time Street Railway Company making a fair and reasonable return upon Its investments at time same time we shall Insist that the cltlien shall have transportation over time city and lInN otaald company at the very lowest consideration We will favor all legitimate enterprises that will Increase time growth and add to the popultlon of our city and add to time material benefit of QUI citizens With the foregoing declaration of prin ciples we appeal to the InUlllgwice and pstrlotlm of our clthwn tusking at their ImniU a lair and jualconilderatkln tlan oonrp8kly rlcrtv apclne t COSTLY 1RO11fWiY- or National Government which pays na toe has winkle the city wf New York real ectate valued at i 903000000 baaed on the tax avae i I A IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges KellyhcgsCounty Kdward Cormlcan a Belfast car man WitS killed by falling from lila cart r IlIulth Flynn has been appointed manual instructor for the County iLeltrlm Cornelius Ileffernnn u farmer near Cnjghol County Tipperary Is lend of heart failure Cnstlubar Guardian Coiintj Mayo Lava elected Michael Carney relieving officer for the Itiilla din ttfet Very Itov lIther Thomas ODon nell C 1L Las been appointed President of All Hallows College at DublinPatrick Raffertyof Xcwry County Gown dropped dead while employed nt a stone breaking machineThe County Council has adopted resolutions demanding the compulsory teaching of Gaelic in the new Irish university Frederick McCurry porter on the Midland line nt Llmavady Junction was killed by falling from the foot board of a locomotive Messrs K P OKelly and Michael Byrne have been elected Chairman and Vice Chairman respectively of the Wicklow County Council QfEnniskillenfound dead in Ida room Ills throat was cut and a razor lay beside Ills bodyA E OKeefe is to present to Limerick Museum the silver spade used by his brother the late Francis A OKeefe at the opening of the Limerick waterworks John Driscoll a water bailiff of County Kerry urns waylaid near Cahirclvcen County Kerry and beaten so badly that he died Three suspects have been arrested Miss Mai OXeill daughter of Pat CountyGniwaya nun in Ferrybany Convent Water ford51me will be known in religion as Sister Mary Louis An Inspector from the Estate ClmigeenCountythe untcnanted land on the Leigh estate It is expected that the evicted tenants will be given a chance to regain the land plUtorin Donegal is dead after a brief Ill ness lie was one of the best known clergy in the diocese of Itaphoe and was greatly esteemed For several prominentfigurement of thin Irish National League and time United Irish League MISSION TO NONCATHOLICS The mission to nonCatholics at St Marys of time Knobs church this week was well attended The last lecture will bo given tomorrow night The Uev Father Xavier Sutton Co P an able and eloquent member of the Passloulst order is conducting the mission SEEING BY WJIlft Seeing by wire has long been time dream of most inventors and not a few in the past have wasted both time mad energy In attempting to solve the mystery It has however fallen to the lot of two Danes brothers named Andersen to be the first to invent an apparatus by menus of which it is possible to see what is going dn nt the other end of a telephone wire The details of the invention are kept secret but there appears to be no doubt as to Its genuineness An engineer of high reptile line just tested the claims of the Andersons and time expert de justifled entirely new and very simple It ofphotomakes no use of photography but directlyAnyonefitted with the apparatus can be seen from the other end of the wire nnythlngheAndersons have taken eight years to probe the mystery FANCIES QV FASHION Green belts are stylish Grays are to be fashionable Never has lace been so universally usedWraps are growing more decor ative Old red is a prime favorite with black Fall tones generally are soft dull and faded Small buttons are more used than large ones long coats of the most elaborate nature ore seen Close fiting styles will continue through the winter Striped suits are in favor but time effects are indefinite Coque feathers will be popular on the early fall millinery v Colored embroidery enters Into muchof the new neckwear emphasizedthanThe new cavalier hat Is coming out in large and medium sizes The separate coat isto be far more important than for several years The latest In underwear is of messallae milk in dainty Dresden patterns SPEND ABROAD It is estimated that during the llast season residents of New York pent5iOOIJ1 in London C 8PJUNGFOUND f n tnafoyiitdatlond Glues having Men loot many FRANK FEHR po BREWING GO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it 1 elephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWINOCO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 7671 772 Cumb Wilt 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light t Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 rHB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN IB FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE K- YJOHNFOERTELCO i INCORPOR- 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Dougherty Everett Leaning Dougherty Lannin BEST QUALITY Pittstmrg and Jellico Goal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Plttsburg and Jellico Coal Home Phone 1783 Sr W Gir Seventh and Magnolia MOtiON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO nEST LINE TO French Lick and- WeitBden Spriofs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DBARBORN STATION CHICAGO ItcE as1 ParlKOarir car kawtaf WPvw wlWvviJ E H BACdN DP A N W Cor Fourthii adYrksi III LratevtU Xf 4 y J t- J fi I 17 1 I I NICKY XRISH A1tIERICAN whenDOYou r Buy life insurancewhich you know you INTEND to doyou want to get THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY This company can give you just that The LOWEST PREMIUMS the SAFEST PROTECTION and if you become WHOLLY DIS ABLED the company will PAY YOUR PREMIUMS for you and keep your policy in fprce Send a postalcardl for a sample policy e SouthernNational Life Insurance CompanyHome Office Lincoln Building Louisville Ky ED L WILLIAMS President W L KENNETT First Vice Pres J H DICKEY Treasurer HEAD Second Vice Pres JOHN W RAY General Counsel KPOiNDEXTER Secretary M K ALLEN Medical Director CHURCHILL DOWNS Louisville Racing Association AUTUMN MEETING 1HIRTEEN DAYS RACING r Beginning Saturday September 25 1909 1909dSix Races Each Day First Race at 215 P M Picnic Euchre Dance TO BE GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians DIVISION 2 Phoenix Bill Park Tuesday September 28 1909 Excellent Music and Valuable Prizes A Good Time Guaranteed Everybody AJDMISSSIOIV TJ3JJV OlSIVTSi MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when it is ap predated more than in the summer A FARRA1STDOEOILIAN PCANOi Will supply this music If there Is mo one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection 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 FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated elit99i3O FOURTH AVENUE =I WIN THE PENNANT When it comes to finishing ahead of all Dlycom petitors Nevervarying quality freshness and lowness of price are my strongest support If you dont know this phone me a trial order and see Try m- ySPEQIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexceUentCbFFBE RoasrB2 Juoaoi Phoot 1333 Q14I publicr MtJLLO GEHER SON 115 WEST MARKBT STREET our r TUB CBtHBRATKI NORTH STAR RffRlGfRATIffi The Only Insulation with Cork ThaQUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range I The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUA- LIt ranks high in the estimation of thi M h BANNON P BANNON JR L J VEENEMAN ftttitt Mgr Vies Prti S True Secretary Eeitacir Irifiel Brick Co INCOlUOUtKDIMw z OtUrer9 VITRIFIED PAVING mmi FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS 6MI4WWJlW Stnf WIMfei r i w YIIKPHONI OTf ELRPHONi 185 i 11 GALA CIIOWDI Expected to Attend Euchre Dance of Division Ii Iiand 2A0H I IDhh41on 2 A O IL held n reg ular meeting Friday night of last week but when President Con J Ford formally announced the death of Bishop McCIoskcy all else seemed to bu forgotten At the suggestion of President Ford the euchre and dance that was to have taken place Monday night nt Phoenix Hill Park was postponetl out of respect to the Bishops memory Vice President Joseph Lynch and Rodney Hall members of Division 2 went to Knz nreth with the Bishops remains lie picnic and euchre which was to have been given last Monday night will be given at Phoenix Hill Park on next Tuesday night and all the previous arrangements will be carried out President Ford Dan McKcnnn Joseph Lynch Will Mee han and others will see that all enjoy themselves Itnymond Barrett will have charge Erse euchre and many handsome prizes are to be awardedIn dancing hall there will be the usual number of popular waltzes nnd twosteps and in addition a number of Irish reels breakdowns and quadrilles This will very probably be the last outdoor entertainment offered by any Hibernians during the present season Members of allother divisions and the Ladles Auxiliary have been invited to attend BRIGHT ENDING Of Most Successful Base ball Season in Louis villes History Next Monday will mark the closing of the baseball season in Louisville and from present indications it will be the brightest ending for the fans and the public generally in many a year for barring accidents or a streak of bad weather tomorrow or Monday Louisville will fly the pen nant flag as the champions of the season of 1009 The brainy and en ergetic work of Woodruff Sullivan Morlnrty and Hughes and the never saydie spirit of Manager Heinle Peitz have been the biggest factors in Louisvilles success although every other man on the team has contributed his best efforts to ward the Colonels string of vie tories assisted in no small means by the loyal rooters who have certainly done their part toward rattling the visiting teams The successful ending of this season under the new management presages a bright future for baseball in this city both from a pleasure and an advertising standpoint as it can not Jie denied that a winning team Is a great boost for the city it represents The regular attendance of the clergy of all denominations nail the presence of ninny of the fair sex have been nn aid to the cleanliness of the gomes and addi tional proof that baseball is the king of sports Now let evrybody go out for these three remaining games and clinch the pennant by en couraging the boys to do their very best against Tebeaus aggregation SHOW UESP CT Division 1 Requests Mem orlal Mass or Months Mind Because ninny members of Divis ion 1 were at Nazarpth attending the funeral of Bishop McCloskey the attendance at the meeting Monday night was not large In the absence of President Thomas Kcennn and other officers William M Higgins presided Tim Lyons one of the oldest Hibernians in Louisville was reported off the wick list The announcement was hailed with delight by his many friendsInstead of adopting resolutions on the death of Bishop McCloskey It was decided to have a months mind or memorial mass at the con venience of the Very Rev Father Cronin The meeting thou adjourned us n mark of respect to the Bishop STRICKKX SUDDENLY The funeral of John E Doherty who died at Bloomington Ind Friday of last week took place from Holy Trinity church New Albany limit Saturday morning Death came suddenly and resulted nom heart disease superinduced by overwork He IH survived by his widow and three daughters Misses Estellc Eva and Helen Doherty two sisters Mrs Edward Fitzpatrick and Miss Mary Doherty and one brother Joseph Doherty Auditor of the Monnu railroad The deceased was fifty two years old and was born and raised in New Albany At the time jof his death he was County Surveyor widelyknownwas attended by many old friends of the deceased in the three Falls Cities 41 W TARlV CO T W Tnrpy d Co 1s the name of a new flrm of cigar manufacturers streetThqnasTarpyl js not only well known in Louis rifle but is one of the most popular commercial travelers that leaves the city Percy Pleasants will be assoj + dated with Mr Tarpy as Superin tendent of the factory anti Mr Pleasants is an expert cigar inanu facturer The new company ill make a specialty of two brands Lady Dash and Little AT said too be 11p1Jelit made in this city 11I1HJFJT GA3HI The Colonels anal the All Professionals will play a game of baseball at EcllpaerarkTue day after ntnoon330 o look and ticket of admfaaton will coat fifty canter Ou account of the great showing made by thl 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY Ao J1- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Halt on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice resldcatMark RynnIRecording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Fincgan tSergQantatArmsAndrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FlnancialSecretary SnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G Uession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon ScrgeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand nail Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Vlnn Treasurer Harry Brady SentinelMichael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice PresidentRobert Qleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y 3MC I MA KIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kieffer First Vice President D Clines Second Vice PresidentSamuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryThomas F Bachman SecretarYWiUlamF Financial Secretary Frank 0 AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andriott Inside Sentine J C F Dartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott t t E Otl t yH roJfIwNr Not Like Certain Doctors 1 Dr 3t Drouln of St Jdhnsburr Vt writes Fob 20 lOO1 I am not as certain doctors are antagonistic to proprietary medicines when I know their Tslue As to Pastor Koonlgs Nerve Tonic I here tested Its quality a long time ago and hue often prescribed the same for Persons who applied for it repeatedly afterwards HopeTllle W Va Sept 6 1907 Is farmer being often exposed to this rain I was frequently troubled with Rheumatism and my stomach was also afflicted The doctors diagnosis of my case waa indigestion Last fall I was troubled frequently A pain beginning my right side would mOTe t wards my stomach and would become so violent that suffered ts much as a unman being could endure for hours at a time I then began to take Patter Koentgi Nerve Tonle end after having taken the first spoonfallthe pain stopped Then I took the rest of the bottle and the pain has never returned FBANK HESSE A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE VOU8 Diseases and n ample bottlo to any address Poor pa tients also get the medicine free Prepared by the Bay FATHER KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III tOO Lake Street Said by Druggists at SI per Bottle d for Urge Size 51751 6 Bottles for SB Colonels and the All Professionals a large crowd is expected Richard Langnn who Is managing the All ProfesBiorfals part of the arrange ments announces the following line up of Inn team Crowder s s Calla han 3d b Harry Lally 2nd b Snbrie 1st b Gnadlngcr 11 f Meyers or Wallace c f Meeker or Relss Pi Kalkhoff c Langan r f The proceeds will be given to the members of the Louisville ball team The Colonels will appear in their regular lino up VERY WELCOME NEWS Peter Caldwcll for runny years Superintendent of the Louisville lle form School has consented to with draw Ills resignation and the news will be welcomed all over the city Mr Caldwell is aged and needs a rest but Capt John II Leathers and other members of the Hoard of Directors have convinced Mr Caldwell that the reform school needs him at its he dThcre is no per son in Louisville that goes not wish him many more years of vigorous life and allarc grateful for the good lie has done in an unostenta tious WilY LOCATES IN ARKANSAS Dr Vincentr Falisi well and favorably known is local Catholjc circles left Tuesday evening for Little flock Ark where lIe leas been house physician tSt Vincents Infirmary for a year ot more He will now take iip the practice of medicine and will be Instructor of Surgery at the Arkans H University and Professor of Physiology at Literary College the leading Catholic educational in stitute In Arkansas 1Ir1M0Ni J JUUJJEE The Hev Father nU Westermaa and people of tke Church of till Tinmaonlate Qpncoption will eele brat the dtt oml jgbi1ee of Uie eburok on Sunday Ooto6r 10 Ar rangomenti are coins forward tAMliljr and tt may IM possible to I n e tine full dtUfla next weak 1S ry GOLDEN WEDDING Venerable Couple Will Re new Marital Vows at Altar r Mr nnd Mrs Henry Middendorf will celebrate the fiftieth anni versary of their wedding nt the Conception the high mass at 8 oclock Sunday September 20 Very llev Father B H Westerman will celebrate the mass The choir will sing Gounods Mime Solemnelle There will be an allday reception to their friends at 1003 West Main street and all the friends of the venerable couple are invited to call and offer their eveningMra supper at which their children grandchildren and other relatives will bo present Mr Middendorf was born nt Dink hazer Germany May 12 1837 His wife Mrs Mary Middendorf was born at Aukum Germany December 3 1842 Mr Middendorf came to America in 1850 Mrs Middendorf in 1845 They have five living children Misses Mary and Annie Middendorf GeorgeFdren Mary and Margaret daughters of Mr and Mrs George F Midden dorf Mr Middendorf tins one living sister Mrs George TwIclder Mrs Middendorf has one living brother Ben Dierker The friends of this mnnyhappy HANDSOME ANNEX Addition to New Religious House in New York The Right Rev Thumps F Cusack Auxiliary BIshopv of New York blessed the cornerstone of the new MaryInThe new 1 tilling will be nn addition or annex to the residence called Our Lady of Pence The present build ing accommodates only fifty iu mates but when the annex Is com pleted 170 living rooms will be availableThe building will have a frontage of fifty feet a depth of 100 feet and will be nine stories tall Tho first story will be con structed of Indiana limestone Those above will be of red brick with terra wl11hoOn the ground floor will be a tiled refrIgeratorrooms ofRomanabove On this same floor will be Abovetheselivingrooms FALL HACES Autumn Meet qf Louisville I Racing Association Opens Today The nntmnn meeting of the Louis rifle Racing Association opens this afternoon and will close on October kingsthirteenSome of the best horses seen on the duringthevnrlons events Charles F Trice will be the presiding judge with Charles F Grainger and William Shelley as LymanHl anti J J Iloltman will be the starter The stake events will be the Frank Fehr Handicap today the Seelbach Hotel Handicap on next Saturday I and the Vic Lorcli Cup on the fol SaturdayVice and General Man ager M J Wjnn promises great sport to the lovers of thoroughbreds and expects a most auspicious meet- Ing The track has been put into plcudid condition and all last week the horses wero arriving front varI- ous parts of the country GUEST OK HOXOlt Miss Anastasia Walsh Iran returned from a pleasant visit to Covington where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs A Wlllcnbrink of 83 West Sixth street She was the guest of honor at a birthday party tendereQ their daughter Miss Mae Willen brink and among those present wero Misses Bertha Glllesple Bertha Hutchison Lillian Sullivan Sadie and Mamie Kritze Margaret Wlllenbrink Clara Marie and Knth ryn Luter Rose McGarvey Theresa Fleming and Messrs Henry Smith William Hufnugle Henry Blerman Harry and Joseph Frederick George HarryJocrmanJom Ulrjch Charles Moro Charles Tim merman Roger Raywood W White William Tanscy Harry Blttlinzer rungJohndames ifedei1 Smith Willenbrink and Frederick ORMSIJr AVENUE MARKET popularbutcherand has opened the Ormsby Avenue Market at the corner of Cay and Ormsby streets He carries R choice stock of fresh meats vegetables and family groceries anti proposes to section IIerbergerhIllattention to business His success scents foraHsured fECEPTjON AND DANCE The South Louisville Palely Club will give one of Us select reeepUons and dances Inthe South Louisyllle Bank Halt next Tuesday evening It will be tlletfrJltqf a Merlesof sixsuch events The other dates will be announced Jt irrlie club Is made up of a number of the best kltowh young men In South LOw itndertaklnOs c r Y SPECIALS FOR I 1 SATURDAY NIGHT r From 6 OclocK to 10 OclocK rY Mens 750 and 10 Suits three piece Scotches and Cassimeres medium weights good patterns 1 00and 3 EngIish50ular 95allwool 1 l Boys 4 and 5 Knicker Suits Cassimeres and 8sizesMens Heavy Cotton Working Pants 1 goods for 65c Mens Shirts choice of all our regular 1 fancy Madras and Percale Negligees 89c- President Suspenders regular 50c goods light and heavy webs all kinds of patterns SOc Initial HandkerchiefsFine Cambric full sizes 25c goods box of six for SOc three for 25c one for lOc Mens 2 Black Stiff Hats for 192 Mens 150 and 2 Soft Hats for 03c Boys SOc and 75c Caps for 3Jctt Mens 3 Shoes in five styles for 45 Ladles 250 Shoes in five styles for 195 Boys 2 Shoes in two styles for 145 Buys and Girls 25c and 35cStockings at 19c LEVYSTHIRD AND THE BRIGHT SPOT IN LOUISVILLE 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 versities New Gymnasium with Instructor For Catalogue addressii REV MICHAEL JAOLOWICZ C R President ST MARY KENTUCKY For Your Furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE IiMy stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best 4 JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street oeoeraaeeo O + + e a4aHOME PHONE 6687 COMB Main 2712a 1 HENRY FUOHS1t FLORIST J Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St PO errealTm i = r BE SURE TO CALL FORii McRENNAWHISKY i IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kg Ii BiiJ FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVANj Manager i HIoADQUARTERS FOR I Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpriugLamb + city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables end all first class market product- LiOISTlLLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Ii11 PMitln 20L Dfc J T GHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and IHorse Shoeing ForgeJJ SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL SMOEuC fortes ePo ttwri linOf ltt Ass POMR UMII SBV F