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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r L KENTUCKY IRll AMERIcAN j IVnLU1IEp XXIIINO 1f LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS FRANCISCANS uI r II S Iun Doing Honor to Their Patron Novenns Masses and a Solemn Trldimm in Local Churches Dominicans to Officiate at St JBonltace Church On Monday DAYS OF FESTIVE SOLEMNITY i On Monday next the church throughout the world will commem orate the seven hundredth ann versary of the founding of the great order of Franciscans by St Francis of Assisi While Monday wlU be the least day of St Francis each of the four Franciscan churches in Louls I ville will have devotions in honor of J j their distinguished patron on other days as well There are twoII branches of the Franciscans Jn Louisville the Order of Friars Minor or brown Franciscans and the Or der of Minor Conventuals or black Franciscans The brown Francis cans have a monastery at Jackson and Green streets overnnlljUCHlde St Boniface the monastery and also preside over St Josephs church nt Washington and Webster streets St Anthonys church at Twentythird and Market and St Peters at Seventeenth and Southgate nre presided over by the black Franciscans- In each of those churches n novena or nine days prayer in honor of St Frauds began last Saturday and will close on tho coming feast day At St Anthonys a triduum be gan Inst evening with vespers n sermon in English by the Rev Father C P Raffo and closing with bone diction of the Most Blessed Sacra ment The entire congregation is expected to attend one of the soy eral low masses celebrated today but thero will be no sermon today either morning or evening Tomor row morning the masses will occur at the usual hour and at 73p oclock tomorrow evening the Very Rev Father P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral parish will preach a sermon in English The mass at 10 oclock tomorrow morning will be a high mass with the Right Rev Athanasius Schmjlt Abbot of St Mcinrads abbey as celebrant A sermon in German will be preached by the Rev Father Basil O S B of Jasper Ind On Monday tho feast of St Francis the Very Rev Father Leo Greulicli pastor of StI Anthonys will celebrate a Levltical high mass at 8 oclocl At St Peters church a high mass will be celebrated as usual at 10 oclock tomorrow Earlier in the tiny the members of St Francis Society will approach holy commu nion On Monday niprnirig there will be a high mass nt 10 oclock The Rev Father Jerome Preisser O M C will be tho celebrant The usual masses will be edo brated at St Bonifaces church to morrow but on Monday morning at 0 oclock there will be a solemn high mass at which theY Dominican priests will officiate with the Very Rev Father J R Clark as Celebrant Every year the brown Franciscans visit St Louis Bertrauds church nUll celebrate the solemn high mass for the Dominicans and in return the followers of St Dominic perform si like service at St Boniface church for the Franciscans The sermon will be preached in German and will bo preached by the Rev Father Alexander Wilbording O F M One of Mozarts masses will be sung The officiating priests ned visiting clergy accompanied by the Fran ciscan Fathers and led by 108 attar boys will march from the sacristy to Green street and thence through the main door of the church before mass begins on Monday St Francis of Assisi who is thus being honored was a contemporary of St Dominic Ono was born in Italy the other in Spain St Francis was born in 1181 find twen tyfive years later separated himself from the worM and embraced a life of poverty In October 1209 Berr nard of Qulntnvallc a rich merchant of Asslsi and Peter of Catina n canon in the Cathedral of that city who had witnessed and admired the virtues of the young Francis joined themselves to him and this is con sldered the time of the founding of the order Front that time the order Ilul grown fill flourished St Francis died in 1226 Sjnce then his followers have carrieU the cross to 1 many lands rhey111vu built churches and schools succored tho poor and homeless and In many I ways have endeared themselves to tllepople nero in Louisville the Franciscans have lour fine churches parocliial schools halls rectories nnd a very handsome monastery Their Work for years has brought blessings to those among whom they have 0labored and their respective flocks lrdJihovIng their appreciation of the Franciscan Friars 1 AGHKKAIJLK SURPRISK t Mr and Mrs Oscar Redmon were given a very agreeable surprise by their friends at their home Eigh teenth and JtfaplewopA streett lat Sunday evening It was time annl veiiyJf thflr wedding and all wlib called brought Jiaiidtoiae and sfu- luprenttiiter con ahaa tiona had been extended the host hoatett anfl jf gL SRJOyd 2 f2f promptu m e Wh1le th4Ita I was in progress tile table was spread in the dining room The color scheme of decorations was white and green After a bpuntlful nndIVnnmctcr John Eichhorn Fred Markhaus Dr and Mrs Boss Mes dames Ellen Howard Lizzie Ross and Annie Rossi and Misses Lizzie Welsh Annie Kelly Hettio and An nie Howard Rose Hanlort Mnymc Owens Augusta and Josephine Zett ler Anna Brodcrick Nettle Kleler Neta nvloek of Indianapolis Julia liesslon Nary Ev Ross Maud Red mon anti Messrs Cass Vanmotcr Alfred and Arthur Markhaus Rob GlppcrVonmcter harryCummings PASTOR AND PEOPLE Joined In the Anniversary of St Michaels Church Time Rev Father Martin OConnor anti his parishioners celebrated tile forty thIrL anniversary of St Michaels church last Sunday On Monday a jequiom mass was ode brated for the suls of limo deceased members of time parish All of the onlybythellfnml1lesfamilies are Irish quite a number of Italian families are now num bored among the children of St Michaels church Tho morning11evFatherand the augniented ladlesdressed J I process1oifrom I church At their head was borne a StMichael I preached tIme sermon lIe took oecnII sion to praise tho unflinching sacri J flees made by Rer Father OConnor I and former pastors of St Michaels J congregation and urged the to be true to the teachings of peopleIJI faith I Since its establishment in 1SCC St Michaels has had the following PUll Plaggenborg II irolyCrossand tho present pastor Father Martin OConnor After the mass la1ltI Sunday Rev Father OConnor cnteII dluJercIsung When Kiithcr OConnor we ith heavyburdent llllworkgreatly reduced t Tho choir nt the mass was made up as IollowH- mSopranosMrs John J Score Mrs J II Ilulsewcde Sjisses TL c Bennett W Webb Della orriKII Margaret Scally Mary McElllott Angela Perry and finale Neehan Altos Mrs A L Musselinnn I Misses Lizzie Guthrlc Maggie Quill f and Martha McQoff Tenors ittcnry F Bigley AVarfield 1 Webb and Thomas D dines Lassos John Grucsser William Bax Raymond Flanlgau amid YII Ubbltir Ij Mrs Katie Shelley Newman was time organist and choir director ABUSINESS ONLY Discussed at Latest Meet i Ins of Division 4 AOI1- lPresident John IF Henne ny pre sided over u well attended meeting I of Division 4 A O 11 last Ii toiiilmmyl night A communication l from National President MatthewI h Cnnmiings telling of his trip to IreI i h land as an envoy to visit the factious h in that country during the past sum mol Thomas Callahan who had been suffering from moms received while aldinitin extinguishing flames in n burning building Was reported off the sick list Harry Brady and John Henly were plso re ported hilly recovered The members accepted an invita tion to attend Division 2s picnic on tho following night Time Literary Committee will arrange for nn en tertainment in lime near future It wilt probably bo in the nature of a euchre and danco- Messrs Johnl J Winnr Dl1vldT Rellly nnd William p McDonogh1 wlio hail been appointed on a coon mittce for tIme puriiose reported thet following resolution Wiercast Almighty God in Ills Infinite wisdom has called unto her eternal reward Mrs Johanna Con ncllyi mother of William TCon nelly State Secretary of pur order and a brother member pf this divis 101111111 wllct aHrrHConnIJHJiInhoer dully life n kind friend amid n devout itionibcr of St Louis Berlrands church therefore bo it Resolved by the members of Division 41 Ancient Order of hIllier nlans That in the death of MrR Connelly Louisville has suffered the loss of nn estimable lady whose aI1j seiice will be felt by inuny1 Resolved That we extend tp Bra William J Ponuelly and the oilier mombcra of time bcrejtvetl fuinlly our sincere sympathy lit this hOlllof sorrow remiwltnff ttieW liowevur that this 5hmflLItli J8butc tem lOr ary and that we summIt Hll be jeunit il in that eternal lioiiu where rr4ntertlin t Resolved That those reiolutlnns be lipreitd Upon tha minute of JM vision i A OH that a copy oe aeni d Ue press and A copy be tent to Bror o neUy i T i t t STORIES Of trudge Matt ODohcrty Arc Very Interesting to 1I1fJ Friends Highly Pleased With Music He HenrrtiWllI eOh the IJnync Declares That Unrest in Rug Ihnd Practically Amounts to Revolution IRELAND AND ITS INDUSTRIES It is worth any Irishmans while to listen to Judge Matt ODohcrty prosperltYthat turnlug side down and inside out lIe was telling several old friends of his isintenselycompanied on his travels by Mrs ODohcrty and for quito a while Misses Margaret and Minnie Flaherty also of Louisville were ODohcrtyAboard they met a number of delightful people and formed several acquaint anceships Among those they met were Judge Marcus Kavanngh one of the ablest men in Chicago Judge and Mrs Kavanagh traveled through JudglOohertJsagain while in England The party spout u my in Ioncgal fliRt enjoyed its wild s nery While there they spent a day as time guests of Scimms MaoManus Irish author and patriot They also visited Derry and several other counties in the EverywhereJudgeImproved beyond all expectations and time people jubilant over their prosperity Jn one place he a big tobacco factory bile isitedII ploys more titan 6000 hands the fnctoryisGallagher It has n warehouse in Henderson and buys most of its tobacco in Western Kentucky One ember of the firm spends u great deal of time in Kentucky and knew reputationJudge I tho plant nnd found everything WOIkIxcellcntIllanitnryeven dining rooms had been pro j vided For a purely nominal HUIII the girls can get their breakfast or dinner it they desire or are at lib erty to tithe their meals at home II While in Belfast Judge 0Doliertys party also visited one of time big goolngILion Time keels of some hind only been laid while the furnishings were being placed hi position in others Tho workmen all appeared healthy nail happy and there were no com plaints about wages or conditions Jul1geOJJoltcrtprobablyl time largest in the world employedFiaxund this makes time floors wet and unpleasant but the many girls and men engaged in the work go about their labors willingly und uucom lalninglyAt I Xmmitmmekytourists where tho famous Itclleck ware is llI lp Judge ODohcrty says it is as Jiumlsoinc as any hinawaro made J W01kIng rtltor TlltlJehel1rdmelodies He went to investigate I and found Dominican church choir from Dimdnlk on an outing A priest mil tIme lender or choir master were along To please the visitors from America they snug a number of Moores melodies When they found Xemmtmmckytime TitdgeIsgiandnnlldistinctlyOft party spent several days at Killarncy It descrvos all that has ever been said nbout it yet there arc other1 parts of Ireland an beautifully impreslvc said the Judge ll1acoImAN J One is amazed nt tip busy xconCH there and the Pniartness of the peoples dress Dublin too is limiting for the style of its people mid the excellence of its department stores of which there aro none finer in thrt world TlUlhrcthl1tpart of the majority of limo English people to deal fairly with Ireland nt llUst Tli ft people carp little about Lords inn Karls and piikcp A cpnu 1 1ng1IndTlteVoIkhgml as well treated as in Ireland Time Government is building cottagest for tIme liibdrerH in Irclaiid As fast as ppRuiblc the laborers and their hint Utes are being1 housed In these neat twoStovyt 3 ouev with sifttts oi tile roofsT Vniioro of ground gQes with each hioimre IivTBiiflaituV theru ig H dearth of tmployuient iinn tlie wgeim ottUpiw employed Is revjc low I talked to Ilm qpertcaJIb1ackamiLb Be lad w lkd ikirtyfive miles that 17 to efttcai o traIn He bad teeD jhr out of employment four months tblrtftwomoney and out of that hind to support lila wife and six children I talked with many people who haijl oven worse tales to tell One man had eighteen children lie made 7 a week breaking pigs of iron in a smelting furnace England is a hive comPletrrevolution i Judge ODoherty can entertain anyone for hours with Stories of hik travels and every word Is Inter eating WAITING iEnglish ItadicalH 1hNationalists On time AlertLL Deleat ol the fliidi1eaiis An Appeal tof the- lcople Home Rub For Ireland Won d Bo Ono ol Immediate Itcsultsi I WHAT ML THE LORds DO NO1 The Lords not only of Irolnud but of England and Scotland as well passciItsmoiis last week defeated lion iX P OConnor one of thdj Irish lei ers in Parliament says that t is exactly what tho Jfiulieals n still more the Irish fationalis hope to see happen rime Irisbni tlgnnstIordevery liberty that Ireland lois v she has won it after it hind been heated and postponed for decades libertyhopesrpw if it were not for the eertai that the House of Lords we throw out n homo rule measure I From that tactical point of vew too it Is most desirable that the House of Lords should throw out the LloydGeorge budget as welj as the Birrcll laud bill Resolutions of an abstract character never flave blljenthor i 1 odltalIrrepbldbljqieIntors Itho1I1011Cwould be just one of those concrete wrongs which most appeal to time English mind The result would mean the this ruptlon of tIle present Cabinet TLc election that would follow ml jht not send back as big a Liberal na jority as that at present exist ng Lybut eral majority and one largo enough to put such a rein on the prctcnsi illS of the House of Lords as would miiko it impossible for them to stand between the peoplo and lw many reforms which they wi ut Ireland stands to win more in S cIt a struggle than any other of he four nationalities If it were not or the House of Lords the pros lit House of Commons would give Iro land home rule by a majority of 300 nnd on as extensive a scale as any reasonable Irishman could ex poet lenin a British assembly HKCKJtT MUTHS The funeral of Irs Ualb ma Ridge whJcHed early Sunday moln 1 ing took place from St luit rim s church on Tuesday indyning Sin ii survived by two daughters Mrs Joseph Balhnnn or litI North Ttt n tleth street with whom she had been maldng hurt home and Mrs William Devaney She was sixty inStMrs llidfp held bed in high esteem Eiigenc Anonlni a retired fruit merchant died at tho residence of IiLls soninlaw Martin J Connelly 3027 Grand boulevard Saturday night Death resulted from a com 11cceoseclIbeen spent In tho fruit business in Lmilsville Ills daughter Mrs Martin Connelly nlul several reIn tivesI in Italy survive him The funeral took place Tuesday niorning from Holy Name church Frank J Lambert thlrtythrCQ years old died at the family res idence 3028 West Walnut street Wednesday morning after an illness ofmm few weeks Ho is survived by his widow Mrs Mary Lntnbert ond child and three brothers The funeral took placo front St Colum bas church yesterday morning amid was largelyl attended For several years Mr Lainbcrfc hind boon iforcman for tIme American Tobacco Company miami was Jifcld in high es teem by all who knew bhn The funeralOf Patrick White who Idledlat the family rresidence 2413- I cSt Wnh ut ftreett ii Saturmlmu t eveningI Itook plac front Sf Chnrle8 Bprroineos church Tuesday morn1 ing mouth many old irlend attended Mrmllh was born in Ireland nearly seventy lrIjRgobt hind spent more than fqrty years 811 begKllgQ inamutor forba Land Ito Is muirvird by 11is wife anmlf Iwo obUdrent They are James DfJ Iand WUlam White nol Mig Ella nd EmM White Time oaaed Vt a nmngei ot th Catholic- K1ghita ol America l i TRMOT And Pomp Will Mark Feast oi the ICosary in Dominican Churches Solemn High Mass and Proces sion ofCliIllrcnlJ TillS City Celebrates tlieflcleatolTtirklsj- tIower liy Christian Sailors MONTH DEVOTED TO PRAYER Tomorrow is the feast of the Roses for Dominicans everywhere and hero in Louisville it will be cele ceremonyItTurkish fleet by the Christians in the battle of Lcpnnto five centime IIg001l the afternoon of the first reigiming1oiaimminent and that tho Christian fleet was inferior to time Turks in numbers was engaged with his Car dinals in reciting time Rosary At its Conclusion he was miraculously 1 mitted to see the destruction of time Tulkish fleet and was able to de scribe time Christian victory to those olayslaterconfirmed by the return of time ic t14 The intot nirm St Louis Bertrands church will bo solemn high with a sermon Time mule Gregorian choir will sing tho music It is probable that every man woman anti child 3n the large parish will receive holy communion at one of time masses front 530 oclock on to time late mass tomorrow morning lIolel1min1 than 300 little boys and girls will tauo part In this event anti time fif teen handsome silk banners of time Rosary will be carried nt intervals In the procession The five blue mrllterle8 mrlltedill While the procession is in progress the children will sing thin Litany of the Blessed Virgin mid appropriate hymns An able Dominican will preach time sermon explaining the pomp and ceremony of time occasion The Rosary will bo recited and time services will close with benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament Every other evening nt 730 oclock during time month of October there will be fivp decades of time Rosary recited followed by a brief Instruction and benediction Not only will time members of St Louis Bertrands parish attend these dcvotioijs but many from other parishes in time cityAt iit1w close of Iho services tomorrow afternoon thieve will be the usual blessing of religious articles and the enrolling of members In time Third Ordci of St Dominic rAcKIN COUiYClL I Transacted Quite a Lot of Business On Monday Night Mackln Councils meeting Monday night was strictly of a business character The attendance was fair nuLl President LouIs J Kieffcr occu pied thet chair Two applications were received nail Urban Grater wns elected to incinhershlp James Sch rcmbs who miami been III was re ported improving William Ifumillor mutt William Partlingpr were reported UK The House Committee reported that it hind arranged for a hot water service in thom bath rooms Dr Vincent Falls who hums done lots of good work for time council for several years past announced Ids removal to Little Rock Ark to take up lila practice as a physician and professor ot surgery was elect ed to honorary membership Tlic next Initiation wns fixed for the second meeting in October Invita tions to attend time picnic to he given nulltileSt Anthonys Courtt Cutliollc Order of foresters were received miami nu ceritpclFIlNClSOIN NUN DWAIn Word wnn reqcivcd in Louisville Tuesday of the death of Sister Liberatd formerlyoils Mary Riehlmann of this citymt tlie mother iusc of time Franctsau miiiH at Oldenburg Jndt Her mother Mrs Mary Riehlmann resides at COS Hast AValriut street this city Two brothers Bernard and Johit B Rlehlnianni of Louisville and 1tWQ- t 1tIlJrJI Joseph Boskoetter of Hamilton Ohio and Sister J1rna r ettaof the Frahclscsn nuiu aimmo irrlve Sitter Liberata entered ion her IoummiifeuYear ago She contracted a severe cold eighteen months ago and this developed the resultedmacmitookchapelat ber of relatives of the deceased theflnl11SIX YEARS Has Archbishop Marty Lav bored In thn PhtUp 4 pine Islands PhilippineCatholic intelligence that the Most ECt J J Harty Archbishop of Manila re cently celebrated the sixth anal celebmatingCathedral of that city The editor timefollowingFew If jimmy can realize what time past six years Jiavo fully meant and cl1l1rchin ntimetrynresources utmostTheydelicateThey Theybrouglmt treimmemmdotmsiy culties of a pastors chief work of saving souls rcllIJislop prell1tCIIkindlpainstaking tactful courageous carrying on time glorious work of time past and building along needed lines fat time lIomefillperhapsthatArchbishop Ilarty as tho noble hearted and selfsacrificing man nnd as tlio zealous apostolic Bishop shall bo seen in their fullest scope and their truest value For such is usually time destiny of valiant un selfish service on earth In the meantime may lIe be spared to hits church for many a year to come May ho be blessed from on high und may lie be pros pered in lila works to the glory of God and time uncoil good of souls ONEROll TASK o Is That 6f Bis op hu and Six H fl Islam 11 t 1 io ateports from th Islands indicate that tl lice Ilishop Hcndrlcks of C o has s2owlyimproving Inrn jjsf for r Jo Rcjsoph United States army has give inter csting story of tiumumdtroubles of time Blsho Him He KBishop se is probably time largestaMl Emt scat tered of all the dloctt Klie Phil Ipplnes He has iiiutfl K five or six hundred differands to look after principallM Brislands uf Cebu Bohol HK Samar iSurigao and a l rgjfl n of the island of Mindano M Kioro the ulaysjourneyis under the JurUl Bfof the Bishop of Cehu angBBpfn that he may visit it it is tiBJ HVi for him to go from CcbiQBJBfnrnnila to Japan to tire OumitemufltStatcs to Honolulu und finally to Guam a journey of about sixty days As roarIllomhiopgo and very little of his time can be spent ih The eptAaopal1 residence in the city of Cobu In fact lie told me that he makes n biennial visita tion to tho different parishes of his diocese amid that even to do this It is necessary for him to travel every year by boats which aro unfit for ally white man to travel upon a dis tance equal to the distance from Honolulu to New York City UPHOLDS COXFKSS10XAI Cardinal Gibbons upholds the do clslort of Judge Milliken of New Bedford Mass in directing Mrs Manuel Amarico whose husband is suing Father Mercisses for 1000 to repeat the conversation she hind with a priest in the confessional Time Cardinal says time testimony of the woman in such a case was not privileged and that the action of the court wds in accordnnco with es tablished precedent It sIlo wanted to relate conversations in time con fessional it is evidence said time prelate but the priest is privileged from being forced to goon tIll stand and tell what has been said to him in the conffisslpnnl This latter was established in New York something like 100 years ago Jn the jColcnian ease where it was laid down that a priest lOO5 not have to toil the cprivuraatioiV of tthe con QJslooall CREDIT TO T11K 8TATK Cal James L Hackett left TUCHV clay night for Goldfichl 5fev where Juj will represent Kentucky pt time National Mining Congress next week ill appointment was made by low Wiltson Col Ilackett was brrltIn time West of IrisH parents hut for tIme rat twentysix years Jinn been identifiedf with distillery iu terests In LpuUyUlc He has beon intoreimledt in mining froni 1boyhood and has amassed a coinpetancyftoJR ltlimlinginterelita C k lackett- will reflect credit on the StatSe as Kehtuckya representative totcoming coBgretn J PREPARING To Celebrate Sixtieth Anniver sary 01 Church 01 St Marys Day Will Be Observed With All Solemn theGrfldeurotChurch Old amlXcw Parishioners III rgoNunlbcrs SOME OF THE LIVING PIONEERS preparingto sixtleth founding the congregation of the Immaculate calledStycarstheGrayson refugenpdparishioners mime been andore lemoceumtThevery cu and women now aged and prepar marrtedthercehlldrenwept with joy when they witnessed them communlonllhl1ohave assisted when fortunate sons andhavegrandchildren nnd frlemls there on timousaudImmmlimved pious people nt this time when time sixtieth anniversary is about to be celebrated St Marys is one of the oldest churches in the city and was blessed on July 8 1849 iby the Right Kev Bishop Spalding who afterward be came Archbishop of Baltimore Ono of the assistant priests on that occasion was the Itev Father Charles IJoeswald who wns the first pastor of St Marys Ho was in turn suc ceeded by the Itev Father Van Doutikom aunt at his death the Rev pastor About eighteen years ago at the death of Father Brandt the Rev Father B II Westenuann became pastor and has been in charge ever since By his energy fidelity to duty and selfsacrifice he lion en oungjmndJdAsresentllamlsomeerected mind tho church and rectory much improved amid adorned Ills people hope that Father Wester mann will be long spared to them Sunday October 10 will lie a dUll1 celebration time sixtieth anniversary of the church and time tenth anni versary of its consecration another event that time energy of Father Westerniann brought about Time celebration both morning and oven ing will bo as grandly solemn as the ccrmonial of the church can make it The high mass at 10 oclock will pastor Many other priests will occupy places in the sanctuary The jubilee sermon will be preached by time Rev Father Leo Oreiilich Among time visiting clergy who fire expected to be present at the holy sacrifice of the mass on that day are tho fol towing sons of St Mnrvs church Time Very Rev George W Schuh mann D n ety11ev Dominiu Barthel O S IL1 Iresldcnt of St eurgoVcimusReverinan of JiffersontoWn Rev Frank Henry of Topeka las Ruv Frank Heck of time diocese of Smut Antonio Texas Rev John Bohlsen raid Rev Edward Fehrenbacb In the evening at 730 oclock thieve will bo a solemn inuslcalo This Concordin Singing Society will as sist St Marys choir On this occa sion time sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Schuhniann D D1 parishtimelr Marysbotht day October 10 convenience per nuts Shortly before the death of Bishop McCloskey he gave his in dorsement to nil time arrangements made by Father Westerniann for this dual celebration and promised him his hearty support in mill hula undertakings Among the living pioneers of St Marys parish are Wljliam VOHS Henry Mlddendorf George Schuh maim Joseph HubbuchI Henry Joel hoelter Henry Gui tlirmmth Henry Bosquet Fred MfchncU Edward 0 oHm Martin Gatliof Herman Ded IepplngChatleffhenryhhmmuiOldBrmnlcvxv nil HEiVniUCKS KETURNB Dr William B Hendricks the well known dentist has returned to Louisville to practice his profession During time past three years he had otpntronagEhiturn to his old Kentucky home lie hums established an pffIce nt 43J West Market street with nil modern appli albeit known Jn ho profession of dentistry and wants nUJ1 old friends to call VALUABLE iANT i Mdnhattan Island is limo moat valuable pjedayiff1andin the world New York City asseamoneuit soake It worth 87t1 a1BreFtet1 Wue- tP t id 24h tHnketaI for the whole of w mui Ira 4 l S I I 4 K NTUOKY IRISH A1IERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advincemeiaentol Irish Americans and Cathotcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Drder tif Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY PUSH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Knitted it the LouUvlll PotoMlce u SecoodClcM fUtUr Area ill Conmaalatloai to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St OUISVILLE iKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1909 Democratic TicKet MayorVi111arn 0 Mend City Treasurer Andrew MI Sen Circuit Judges First Chancery division Shnckcl ford Miller Second Chancery division Samuel 11 Kirby First Common Picas division William H tfield Second Common Pleas division Thomas It Gordon Third Common Pleas division Walter P Lincoln Criminal JudgeJames P Gregory Judge of Police GourtSamuel J Jtotdri k County Judge Mulr WelsKingcr County AttorneyA Scott Bullitt Common wealths Attorney Joseph M Hirffnker Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court Harry W Robinson Clerk of Police CourtsHarry U Nchan City Auditor Adolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police CourtsThomas Moran Receiver of City Taxes Charles W Millikin SheriffA M Emlcr Circuit Clerk Louis Summers County Clerki S Ray County Assessor J dwardJA J larryIailerjohn R Pflauz County SurveyorJohn Russell lalnesCoronerDr Ellis Duncan SuperintendentOrville Stato Senators Thirtysixth district Herman n Newcomb Thirtyeighth districtMnrk Ryan Legislators I Fortyfourth district L C Ow ings Fortyfifth district John Ml Let torte Fortysixth district Peter J Cos groveFortyseventh district Rowan Hardlu Fortyeighth district lute Huf faker Fortyninth district Thomas OConnell Fiftieth district Henry Clay halt Fiftyfirst districtsSamuel J Rob ertson Park Commissioners Daniel P Murphy Louis Scolbach John B Cnstlcuian Aldermen Fred J Leczer B J Campbell Jr V liisclieintyerJnmea4 Dr C W Schmitt Henry A Kromer Jl Guy Parker J William Miller lien 3 Briimleve George B Coder John M Cliffor Sam Ledlghi Councllmen First ward John Keuhanser and William P Graves Second wardCharles Mann and Dr C G Russmann Third ward William M Booher PfleigFourth Schulman anil Jerome King Fifth ward Thomas J Gorvey and J A Snyder t Sixth ward Frank Coblens and Michael Leone Seventh ward Thomas Lawrence und Samuel Gatei Eighth Ward Samuel W Greene and T J Morrow Ninth ward Michael McDeraptt and 11 B Coleman Tenth ward Randolph Thomas and Henry Wolff Eleventh ward Dr 0 F Melton und Charles J Finnegan Twelfth Ward Ben f Sand null lIeu C Watson Magistrates DorscySecond 0 Wheeler Robb1ourthdbtrletS I ltthdlatrle Frank Dacher MeglemrySeventh D O Connor Eighth district George Berry OonstaQl- esJoirstdlstrietCuarles T Osborne SeeonddlstiIqJ W Floorc Third district H D Robo Jr CampFifthSeventh trictnCharle Rattcr luanJBighth dUtrlctJ S Fields School Trustcc ySeeondwartbJospbPlasm W111iaEighth and KintH wardsDr hines L Edelea L Tenth wnrd Hearr Behtamdar Eleventh snd Tw3ftb WVdID- TBor1LJ j CONCEUNINO ELECTIONS I Election day is last approachtn and the excitement Is now above fever heat It In all right to pull I for your party and friends with con vincing arguments but at the same time you must respect the opinion of your neighbor This is an ago of toleration In these times no JUan Of sense quarrels With Ills neighbor on account of a difference of religion or politics Americans can thank God that they live in a laud where religion Is free from aU obstructions and hindrances Men and women are Ireo to follow their Inclinations in matters pertaining to the soul withoutfear without being swayed by ulterior motives or con sideration of worldly power and ad vnncemcnt and arc actuated only by the desire to know the truth Good Christians mnUo good cit- Izens and now is the time for time citizens of Louisville to show that toleration that wins votes as well as esteem Use argument not abuse Veil how you think parties and partisans have used or abused time peoples money Avoid vituperation and calumny Be sure to register and sure to vote according to the dictates of your own conscience HUDSOXKUIrOX WHO XKXT The interest of the whole world has beCn centered on New York this week livery civilized nation was represented nt time HudsonFulton celebration and each vied with time other in according honor to Amer ica Residents of tho Empire State wcro the hosts but representatives of the entire Union joined with the New Yorkers in making the am bassadors civilnfilHtary and naval of other nntlonl eel at homo Three hundn years ago Henry iluitisoim r I islimiman In time em PlOYE Government of 4 liolimi lt llJl the river which now Iiiune lIe Is believed to hit j first white man to have d that majestic strea j hundred years ago Roberj 11 the sou of Irish par ents ia IM the steamboat and time pII 6f time seagoing steam vessel F boat the Clcrmont sl1eeeltQm New York City to AIbanit WhY America honorsjSi tho me these men Both tenquerors over ob HtaellRi Bi llcro arc other bid miers J ic Inventors iof- t1irhgiIlt is blplancs and other a nliines assembled at New yore k and helped to make 110When the next 160 years rp pd whoso name Mill be joined kof Ihidsoif anti Jultont rlie Baldwin Wright or Curtis j iirENISI riioinntjHrH u earl onIHt of the NewtYorlrjJvenSng Jounuil has brought Hiiit for libel agafnat the Catholic News because in n letter from the Jtcv John Talhot Smith printed UyjiiHt 2 ltwas stated that ii cartoon of Powers represented he 1opo as one of the members of the Down anti Out Club into which tho King of Spain was about to be received Towers claims that the figure Father Smith took to be that of the Pope really represented time deposed Shah of Persia Time real offender against the Catholics was Arthur Brisbane William Hearsts jnan Friday Ho has been scintillating for a short time as a Hearst sky rocket lIe will drop like time stick and tim glamour of Hearsts papers will quickly fade Hearst has had political ambitions He sowed them In the wind and will reap jhc whirlwind I 1II3TjANI OVER uJJ Capt Edward OMcaglior Condon who suffered IirtprlHonment In tho Allen Larkin and OJlrlen affair and who was later released and came to the United States and John 6Callaghan of time United Irish League are now touring Ireland Wherever Condon goes he is meet Ing with a tremendous ovation For more than thirty yelrshc has been active In Irish National affairs in the United States In speaking of the ovations tendered Condon ecry where the able editor of the Dim dalk Democrat says uIt we Irish NatlonaliitB would learn tie Mason taught by the UTB of ntefi like OMMghor Condon il1turu IiJanIpOIttoK=io the countrjPn ule suit more substantial progress We aTe piped many good things Iuef thf WAck dayt of HVt and yshtfo T rr i gain Is due to what a statesman has called the Intensity of Fenianlsm the national spirit that taught the men of those days and their imme diate descendants to place Ireland over alt and their personal Interests very far behind We fear there is little of the intensity of Fenianlsm in present day Irish politics and so touch the worse for Ireland HOME RULE FOR IRELAND The Irish Nationalists have organized a campaign in England and Scotland for tho purpose of enlightening the British electorate as to the precise meaning of their demand for selfgoveVnment In furtherance of this propaganda and in the belief that a general election can not long be delayed an official pamphlet has been issued entitled What is Meant by Homo Rule The object Is apparently to convince the people that John Redmond and his party are moderate in their demands Mr Gwyn M P who writes time preface of the pamphlet says it is absurd and unfair to quote against the Nationalists tho speeches- II and writings of professed extremists in America or elsewhere Time demand of the Irish party in Parlia menf has always been limited to the grant of a subordinate Parliament I for purely Irish affairs On time other hand Urltlnh journals antagonistic to the Irish party ridicule this and insist that Redmond and his followers want to II have complete separation and to establish an Irish republic Even Home of those Irish patriots who are opposing John Redmond take time same ground t This is no time for quibbling Let Ireland got home rule first The Irish Parliamentary party has done much for the country in the last two decades and increased benefits are coming every day Let Ireland get hot own Parliament first That win moan a home rule government hi gui Tm r1IIlili uJL umt y and I I I worldIwhat are tho Holy Rollers saying about the man who received that wireless message I Tho French Government is guilty i of very peculiar procedures After I dispossessing time religious orders t and driving runny of the priests aunt nuns from time country it lIng just given ft prize of 3000 to Mother Ernestine a Sister of Charity Shet is known as the helper of former prisonfcrs Time prize was presented through time Academy of Moral I Science From time to time the people arise in indignation against tIme unjust traffic of loan sharks Indigna tion seems to bo nil it amounts to The quickest way to kill off loan sharks is to abolish the law that secures their debt If you have the welfare of the city at heart go to your precinct on Tuesday or Wednesday and register Make it a matter of conscience as well as a duty to time city State and nation GKHMAX PROGRESS Nothing could more strikingly indicate time tremendous progress in i1eHutimiTh1il5flh1d11rrgfntiiiuosthiththe II ships Heligoland and Oldenburg I have launched only nine months from the date their keels were laid down Doth will exceed in size and displacement the British Dread nought and each will carry 1000 men Three years ago the heaviest battleship any German navy yard was capable of turning out was 19200 tons Tho new battleships will cost at least 12000000 each ALTAR SOCIETY CBIEBRATKS Time Altar Society of St Marys church will celebrate its anniversary tomorrow All the members will receive holy communion at high mass at 8 oclock and will attend solemn vespers at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon TIle society numbers 150 members Mrs Henry Bosquet is the President FATIIER DUNN RETURNS Rev Father William Dunn 0 P I who went to an Indiana town to I ofIForty prayer turned home Ho will probably preach tho Rosary sermon at St Louis Bert mmmds church tomorrow afternoon FOR ST BRIGroS OnURCII The Rev Father Herman Jansen pastor of St Brlgids church is making a house to house canvass of his parish to secure the annual col lection for the church Thus far Me parishioners have responded very generouslytANNUAL CpMJBOTION t Sunday at It Johns church IL Were distributed to the jiari calling for time annual IU- blferfptlontotbechuNh Those envelopes will be collected at the asses at 7 and 10 oclock tomorrc u The Cool Nights Call for Extra Bed Covering Now s the time to buy Beading at a great saving during the September Sale of Blankets Com forts Quilts Linens Flannels Etc The best grades more than moderately priced I Second Floor 11 LinensQuiltsBedding f jI 00valuej l Alllinen 72inch Double Damask extra fine quality val j jP I Iuc 150 yardSpecIal O is20 u Jno S Brown Sons Napkins 8sizevin a very heavy fl o 10 weight damask wortll3Speciai dozen 3 40I tI1ifty dozen Alllirien Napkins 24inch the regular 500 J j A I kindExtra special dozen vtJ I I1Ourji 00iThe popular Stewart Plaid Blanket 114 size strictly all wool in a handsome line of plains value 650 Speciali 1 at OcflApairi p Order Your Groceries by Telephone Purity Full Weight Measure rsGG TVJI I I Miss Lillie Kearns is visiting Miss Eslo Bcavln of Coon Hollow arojspendingSprings Miss Nell Beatrice Fitzglbbon has as her guest Miss Jennie Median ofI Sttelbyville 11USS Rhoda Cary and Edwin are to be united In marriage on October 14 lliss Margaret Casey of Chicago time guest of Mr anti Mrs Moses Ivlo of New Albany tiss Teresa Hogan of Christy flue has returned from n visit relatives in Indianapolis rs Mary Coyno anti her sister Anna Polndexter are spending weeks with friends at Mnysvile rs Elizabeth Burns of Clifton daughter Miss Ltllic Burns are spending a few weeks in Cincinnati Edward T Keiran is receiving con gratulations over the arrival of a llttljj Hibernian at Ills homo in Cliftoni Misses Ellen and Mary Foley of Pcwec Valley have as their guests Irl and Mis John Jlyan of Pied mont Ynt cMand Mrs Prank Fehr who spoilt the summer in Europe have returned to Louisville after n most enjoyable trip 1 Mr anti Mrs Patrick Casey of nee hmant are spending three wcej 8 with friends in Owensboro anti Henderson I IhflH Irma Sirrncrsliciin = of Stt ys of time Knobs spent several day i last week asn guest of Miss Ael Kchoe of New Albany Miss Mary Lynch of Lebanon has ret rncd homo after a brief visit to her sister Miss Katie Lynch anti Mrm4 John Green of 115 West Oak strfIt I 111andtPortland M ss Eliza Slaughter of thmicity and Andrew Hohmann of Now Al bany were married at St Josephs church on Tuesday morning Both I popularIYI1l1am Kelly of Now Albnny hum- sgoie4o Pananfa to visit his parents MrJ and Mrs James Kolly On his return ho will marry Miss Sarah Louise McKenna of Howard Park Ind Mr and Mrs Robert Hnddlo re turned from their bridal tour to Johnstown Pp this morning and have begun housekeeping in their new homo at 1754 Dnmtsnll street The bride was formerly Miss Mary Schneider Miss Nellie Canter and George Kracmcr both well known young people of Jeffersonvlllo were united in marriage at time rectory of St Anthonys church in that city oji Thursday evening The Bcv Father William Peberl officiated MJss Sadie Puff of S21 North Seventeenth street and William Briggcman of 014 Clay street and an emploje of W B Bclknap Co will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Patricks church atO oclock next Wednesday morning The ceremony will boper formed by time Very Rev Father James P Cronin Miss Susie J Miller and Edwin Barnes of Marshall Texas will be united in marriage at St Louis Bertrands church on October 21 After spending a honeymoon in Louisville Mr and Mrs Barnes will begin houmuekeepiimg InTexas where the groom hoMR responsible posi tion with time Texas Pacific rail roaa Miss Miller Is tIme charming daughter of George W Miller U DOING GOOD WORK The Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society of VittV burir iis about io lindflrtake time ep tabIkmment of an industrial school at DerVf t w known air time Toner IdatitaMKJa which it exp ct to 07 for Catholic children corn STEWART DRY Incorporited- 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMES 4 UU NEW YORK approval of Right Rev Bishop cane1 via Father Gcrold formerly of time I Catholic Protectory has been ap prefectIsINSULT OUR FLAG International Complications May Devolop as Result Because a police inspector ordered the kccpr of a public house or saloon in Castloreagh Ireland to re move the Stars and Stripes from the roof of his establishment on the occasion of the recent visit of Edward OMeagher Condon of Wash ington and John S OCallaghan National Secretary of the United Irish League in America International complications may arise The inspector told the man that had hoisted the American flag that it was against the law to hoist a flag over at public house but ho did not interfere with flags of time English nation displayed over neighboring saloons The occurrence attracted much comment and caused widespread Indignation throughout Ireland Premier Asquith will be called upon to order an immediate and full apology TUB lila STORK TIme Big Store Market street beItween Fourth and Fifth presents splendid appearance since its re juvenation AH entire now front and new cabinets have been put in an additional electrical display has been installed and following tho al teration sale an entire new stock of mens and boys clothing haberdashery hints caps etc This will bo found a good time to visit thi model mm reliable house CCIlII mrs BUSY Cupid has been very busy In Marlon county recently and as a result three weddings are to take place at St Augustines church at Lebanon next Wednesday Tho happy couples will bo Miss Rebecca McElroy and Nathan Bussby Miss LIzzlo Hamil ton and William Spalding and Miss Anna Canary and Joseph Hamilton Rev Father Hogarty will officate at nil the nuptials NOTED TEACHER DEADI i Word has been received in Louis vlllo pf the death of tho Rev Brother John Frlel of the Francis can order who died in the mon astery in Brooklyn on Friday of last week Brother John was a native of Ireland and a relative of Cardinal Loguo He came to Amer- Ica in 1807 and for thirty years had been instructor in drawing nUll painting at St Francis College In Brooklyn OEXTUAL C03IM1TTI3B The Central Committee Catholic Knights of America vflll meet in regular session at St Marys unit next Friday night As plans arc to be made for the fall campaign for membership President John Schalda requests a full attendanco of tho delegates It iIR probable that Ben Speaker manager of time dramatic club will Immure something interesting to offer GEORGETOWN WEOIHXfl Miss Viola Picri anti William Parks popular young people of Georgetown KrO wero united in marriage atStJobns church in the Scott county capital on Wednesday morning Tho ceremony was performed by the Rev Father James A Flynn The bride is a daughter of Councilman Louis Pleri and the groom Is a prosperous young buHi ness unarm DANJEI BOONE SOCIALS The Daniel Boone Socials an or ganization of well known young men in time southwest end of time city have arranged to give ft Series of select lances at Nadorffa Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets every Monday night in October Many invitations have been issued and a 1large gathering will open time serle next Monday rilght GRTKVE FOR SOX Friendsl of Mr sand Mrs Walter B Leaehman of Springfield Ky sym jwt hUe with themln their jrrief over time death 6f their Infant ion John K Leachm nwJut lied Wednesday afternoon The funeral took place from the reiddene cf the childs aunt Mm 1C H Wtoien 1786 Field- avenue oar Dftc4mkooII n 1 i 200 Extra Heavy Crochet Spreads full size all Marseilles patterns 50reeularlyJ I 25 pieces Alllinen Crash for tea or roller towels j value10c1234cSpecial yard Sheets size 81x90 bleach seamless Value 75c TSpecial y5VC Pillow Cases size 42x36 value 12 Hsc Special jneach iuC 50tra 1 l Flannelettes choice of a handsome line of Flcecedown Flannelettes 51 inches wide Persian Oriental floral and Dresden patterns 15cwrapperSjGOODS CO McCKEEBY 4NewCHURCHILL DOWNS Louisville Racing Association AUTUMN MEETING THIRTEEN DAYS RACING Beginning Saturday September 25 1909 Ending Saturday October 9 1909 Six Races Each Day First Race at 215 P M DONT WORRY Have It Repaired With WALL PLASTER And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COINOOI1PORATBDa Brook and SIlver Uotb Phones 3267 Louisville Ky M7 tVLEV S One week commencing Monday Oct 4 Matinees and Saturday William A Bradys big production of the New England play WAY DOWN EAST NEW MASONICWtik Starling Monday Octobir 4 SHEEHAN OPERA COMPANY Monday and Thursday Nights Carmen ruesday and Sat Nights 11 Trovatore Wed Mat and Friday Night Bohemian Girl Wed Night and Sat Matinee Martha Popular Opera Prices 25c to 150 PRINCESSSKATING SEVENTH STREET ARMORY Open every afternoon anti night Rich ardson Roller Skates Good Music KATIE MAY BRADLEY feature of the skaters carnival at Madison Garden Chicago will give an exhibition ADMITTANCE I5c SKATES ISO Liederkranz Hal- lEJENr I J Entertainments Concerts Ba zaars Balls Euchres Etc For dates and terms apply to IFi BENEDICT Mgr HomePhoneji 6oWVACNlJT- Oi KNIGHTS OF SOL1IBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else wh re On Sunday October 10 the mem hers of Bishop Carroll Council will receive holy communion at tho Church of the Mother of God in Covington While the Grand Council Y M I of California jurisdiction was iia session a letter of greeting was received from Joseph C Morrlssey Grand Knight of San Francisco Council Knights of Columbus Tho Rights Rev blames J Keane Bishop of Cheyenne will begin a series of six lectures to nonCath olics in Milwaukee next Monday evening The lccluresnrc to be given under the auspices of time two Mil wnukco councils Tim Milwaukee councils arc plan nirig togho n joint banqiic in cele bration of Lauding day October 12 H L De m6nd will be the toastmaster and tie speakers will bo Archbishop Mc smer Bishop Keano and Hon Thomas E Ryan Only Jfour of tIme charter members of time order are now living They are Messrs Daniel Colwell formerly National Secretary and now Ills torian atheonlerW M Geary Dr MC OConnor and 0 T Driscoll All were in attendance at the Mobile meeting Another noted delegate was Past Supreme Knight John J Phelari who held the highest office forn many YIIJN Wide velvet rtkbiia will decorate I uwuy of the best hats UIrn f- 1 Ie PLASTERINGJABOUT YOUR FALLING OFF IDIAMOND Wednesday ii 1WInn- iaqI Ill IIIYoungII I I Man 7 I ItIf I c Hoctf bearing COMPOUND INTER EST Some of his friends on Ittttthe same dont and know LARGER whatSALJJ a weeks salary IIIItohav man SAVE ahnII III Ky Title- SavingsI i m nI- m 1mMf Trust Co JI mittFifth and Court Place 1 u1 Open dally ut 1 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p rn CB THOMPSON 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For farther psrdculprc applyr- r MOTHER c MARY REQINA 1 1 1neG1fHOSPITAL fcartu Dr Hendrichs DENTIST Announces his return to this city 1 from Indianapolis where he has practiced for the pst 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 dono by latest and Improved Painless fethods Remember the number 436 W Market Sf Ir HENAYAA1 1J1J PPOLSS r CLEANERId- lestand Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phono 3633 528 Fifth Street PETERMANDRIOTSONS WA60X HUFAOTUBER tIpwaerrTN MS MO MT VIIT ten STMIT 5Fc HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 will hold a regular meet lug Tuesday night Division 2 met last night and heard partial reports on the picnic and euchre The Niagara Tails division Js con sidering a proposition to consolidate with the division from Lockport NYThe committee arranging for the twentyfifth anniversary of Division 3 will make a detailed repprt Thurs day night The Ladles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening and preliminary steps will be taken in arranging for the reception of members of the four divisions The Ladies Auxiliary of Cincinnati I is planning to hold a bazar on October 13 and all Hibernians In Cin cinnati Covlngton Newport and I Uellcvue aro interested i Pennsylvania and Now York divisions have organized a football association for the fall season The firstI game was won by a score of three to one when the team from Oleau defeated their rivals from Bradford All arrangements are progressing favorably for the silver jubilee cele bration of Division 3 A 0 II at Falls City Hall tm Tuesday night October 12 President Patrick T Sullivan D J Colcman George J Butler and other members are work ing hard to make the occasion a success Invitations are being sent out to many friends of the division rho programme will be announced next weekCold weather interfered seriously with the attendance at the picnic given by Division 2 A O II at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday night However there was a fine crowd of people in attendance and all enjoyed a pleasant evening The euchre game was played in the din ing room and twenty tables were in operation Many handsome prizes were awarded The dancing hall was comfortably filled with young people Con J Ford President of Division 2 Dan McKcnna Will Mcc han Edward Keiran Joe Lynch and others of the old guard enlivened things with Irish jigs reels break downs and quadrilles WIpniXG CRUCIFIX it beautiful story is told in the Catholic Virginian lit describing the life of an aged couple whose first purchase on the eve of their mar riage was a crucifix The modest little crucifix in plaster was given in their homo the place ofhonor over the mantle Ccc where It seemed to reign iJK true ruler the undisputed master over the whole lives of these humble and courageous workers who had asked God to pro tect and blcsp the union of their heartsWeeks and years passed by and the crucifix was never taken down Now the man and his wife are old Their whole family is exemplary and edifying they are esteemed and loved by all who know them Nobody has ever heard any quarrel amongst them they llove each other tenderly because they have learned how to practice tho domestic virtues It happened that ft friend coming asked the old grandmother now bent with nge how her children wero kept so good and walked so uprightly And the old woman pointed her hand to tho white crucifix nailed to the wall above the centuryYouface lighting up with a serene smile as of one who knew the secret of true Christian happiness Nl VEST JIEAX MAX produced Texas sought the dubious honor presenting three candidates The first will not drink water unless it Is out of another mans well Tho second makes his family write small so as to savo ink The third stopped his clock to prevent the works from wearing out Athens Oho has a niggard hero who seems to have relatives everywhere even In Louisville lIe refuses to sub scribe for a paper because of the strain put upon his spectacles through reading It- HONEST TRUTH Mrs Scribbler impressively Whatever you do never marry a newspaper man School Chum Why not I married one and I know Every night my husband brings home a big bundle of newspapers from allover the country and they almost drivomoerllzyTho pers Indeed they do They nro just crammed with the most astonishing bargains in stores a thousand miles away COOKING VEGETABLES In cooking vegetables such as green corn turnips beets cauliflower dried beans and peas string boons and even cabbage add a bit of lard while cooking and yon will be surprised how much less time H takes to cook them besides retain ing the flavor of the vegetable To corn beets turnips and peas also add quite a bit of sugar LARGE SCHOOIi SYSTB5I Philadelphia has ah enormous parish school sY8t mAtthe close of the last school term there were 61370 pupils with an average daily attendance of 564lOThe total increase at the opening of the schools this term rear 37l0i STRHBT OAK TRAFFIC y New York CIlyIIs the greatest ear riding olty in the world Statistics lust compn d show that the average Iis 818 ear rides a year forMchln Habitant RixsiWG caxrcwm jWhen rioting ilotitea 10hld water It a half oaptul of milk Sa put in the water ttrt bhtttaf Will not etrk Urn hi n t- tYi 1 BOYS f I 650 and 750 All Wool Hercules- Knickerbocker Suits 498We know that other store are getting 650 an 7 SO for these same suit and they are worth it The trousers are fun line throughout every seam i triple stitched and tape every color is guarantee 1 fast They are regul r 650 and 750 value 11Our 498 I IIII All sizes from6 to4 17 yrs MS Moses GoC Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTI The Daylight Mens Wear Slot e Mens and Boys Complete Outfit rs Arthur 1 K ii ella Gen Stijrt I I Liberty and Home Pro tective Party For Mayor George lIK Todd For Sheriff I W ftolnies For City Tax Receiver Dr Ji dtv Boss For County Assessor Jtobcrt C Selby CLEAN llACINft The Slogan at Churchill Downs rail RueMeeting The Seelbach Hotel handicap for thrcdycnrolds and upward will be run this afternoon at Churchill Downs with some of the be t horses at tho track entered and consider ing the fast track in ell pr bability a now mark will be sot for the dis tance which is a mile and seventy yards the record being hold by Green Seal with the fast time of 143 40 j The attendance during the first few days was light on nciionnt of the chilly weather but thq crowds arc coming dally now and betting is very brisk in the paiJmutuel machines which style of be ting is now approved by tho generj 1 public The racing officials havo tl e confidence of the patrons and r 11 in all the people of Louisville ar having tho cleanest racing in the country Tho Old Inn handicap wllbc run Monday afternoon UETUIINS TO KOUTE Charles S Itaidy who line enjoyed a pleasant vacation return d to his labors as letter carrier tins norning and all his old friends are glad to see him back on the job COVIJVGTON WEDDING Miss Mnymo McCarthy and Charley Conners popular young people of Covington were united in marriage in St Josephs church In that city on Wednesday morning After a short bridal tour they will begin housekeeping llolh aro known and have friends in Louisville- COMMENDABLE Robert 1 Doylp Institute of Cin cinnati which at one time affiliated with tho Y M L and is composed solely of Catholic young men will open a night school for young men on Tuesday evening October 12 Bookkeeping and stenography will bo principal features No tuition fee will be charged Tho idea is a very commendable one VISITOR GOES HOME Joseph J Bcrciter a letterl carrier from Chicago returned home Tues day after spending a IvOIkln Louis = tlle While herQ he was the guest of Louis W Borntraegor Before returning homo bar Bcrciter paid a visit to Mammoth Cave lie ex pressed himself as well pleased with all he saw in Kentucky LAOJOSD EXPERIENCE William Well oldinaa I have ydqyou11nd IlIslvejoyTad to pay in milliners blllB William y6u wpuld have rq jBaiued single eh John Nb I would have married the milliner u IUVJSR KUN8 XOJWCJI 1 The 8ITohiis river in Florida Ut the only narif bl riw in thee ooua trr that flow in a jwuraliy northr dirdtoa Ia as sin I IRELAND I Record of the non Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges tlppoil1letIAssistant Cnstlobar Asylum The Bight Rev Dr MeIenna the formallytakenTho season for herring fishing has opened in Donegal and one boat came in with fifty casks of excellent fishMrs Henry Thompson of Dromore County Down died sud denly while visiting friends in New castleMiss Brigid Quigley n highly rev spected lady of Dundalk leaves many relatives and friends to mourn her death Tippcrnry has a new industry the manufacture of combs buttons and other articles from casein or the curds of milk Mrs Margaret fluffy eighty years old died at her home in Dundalk She was very highly esteemed by all who knew her At Gurteen County SlIgo Patrick Gorman a pensioner seventyfour years old won first prle a silver watch for step dancing Miss Anna Magec while cycling along the Belfast road near Car rickfergus was shot In the foot by a man frightening crows John Weldon of Colloh County Louth fell from a bridge on the south side of the village but fortunately escaped serious injuries Sister Mary for forty years a member of the Presentation order died in the convent of the order at Cashel She was formerly Miss Mary Hickcy Heavy rains have badly damaged the corn cropon the lowlying farms in Donegal while in several other counties farmers are complaining of the drouth Patrick Brennan an esteemed member of the Ardee Council is dead after an illness of several months Ho was u practical Cath olic and an ardent Nationalist lion OMengher Condon of Wash- Ington D C and John OCallnglmn of New York Secretary of the United Irish League were given n grand ovation and reception at Dun dalkHugh Byrne a farmer and keeper of a public house at Carcrcagh met death in a railroad accident at Inniskocn Ho was sixtyfive years old and his death is very much re grettedHenry OI ell was burled by a 11111I of the roof of the mine in which was working at Glearavel County Antrim Ho was taken out alive but little hope is entertained of his recovery I Miss Moya OReilly daughter of the lato Matthew OReilly of Derry coma County Louth has become the brldo of Patrick Mooney of Newry They aro spending their honeymoon in London The whole population of Newry turned out to welcome the HOT Father John money who has just returned from a five years collec tion tour in the United States Father Mooney collected for the Newry Cathedral He has been made parish priest at Bonbridge ten miles from XewrISETTLE COFFEE An economical and satisfactory way to settle coffee is as follows Bent one egg well with nn eggbeater pour over one pound of freshly ground coffee and mix thoroughly nod no trace of damp ness then remains The coffee tinny then bo put away as usual and when used will be found clear as amber STANDS Ion LICENSE Eben W Scars a policeman has announced his candidacy for Mayor of Lynn Mass In speaking of ifs candidacy ho tOld representatives of tho press Before I got through I will give people an idea of the inside workings of this city I will put out some stuff that wIlt make them sit up and say Where did ho get it I am in favor of liquor license for Lynn and will run on that platform At present the Inter resseompaniesnt obring ing booze in here by the car load Lynn peoplo are getting arrested in Boston and Salem for drunkenness and there is lots of pocket selling a thing almost impossible to suppress Besides this bny the terrible concoction known as it at nearly any drug store I fined that under no license drunkenness is on the Jnorease FANCIES OF FASHION Cords are to bo ono of tho chief novelties of the nOW gowns Colored embroideries will be much used in the newest neckwear Itibbons have been coming grad ually into fashion again as trim ming Linens and ginghams are the most comfortable wear or little girls in schoolThe newest skirts have a deep hip yoke effect that fits the figure closelyTho evening gowns with tho round neck and short mousquetairo sleeve will be popular One of tho most popular waists for dressing wear this season is the model with tho bib effect popularthosedesign are more in first style Hatpins of mammoth dragon flies huge beetles and other terrible things are reproduced in irrldescent glass The transparent effects are in full sway among the silks gray over nattier blue green or black oyer Sevres blue being lovely Tulle is worn not only as a manyilreaeesdseorationof many others The siraiprlncesa dresses have beenlolose competition with the firstlatroucUoni thtYleiiieopal FRANK FEHR p SWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers r LOUISVILLE E35T OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it clephonc 4- 52SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY u INOORPORATED L c J1v1rCIn KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED I Broadway and ThirtyFirst StreetI Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horse 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER LightI Cumb Phone West 191 1913TIlE WI ED EM ANNINCOBPORATKD BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity f strength end excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK y ti WALTERS Clay=5treet Brewery9 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED 4 BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE 8W FOR Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER9 419 W MARKET ST Q HENRY fiUNOLD bnAIJlRIN Staple and Fancy Groceries FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Yea Pbie me 540 W WALNUT WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LFFTER Paaor Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 42 W GREENM-Tr HERRMANN BROS A IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and WhalaaleDeal- ors l U Finest Brands of Ken lucky Whiskies especially ear o Nelson BQTTIJK IN BOND TelKek Mlt4 tS4 SIXTH efMit Olve your boys an education that will pre pare them for HfC ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Brondwny Louisville Ky andnustheinesaCourses Claairal Scientific Preparatory De partment Large Swin mingreolWeltIGlulpped Gymnasium Terms Moderate lire James Dirt AH new Fall and Early Winter styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able prices Jos Douglien Kvertttl nnlig Dougherty 4annini JEST QUALITY Pittsburg and JJellicoGeai Now is the time to lay in your r winter supply of coal Try Dougherty Si Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Homo Poona 1783 1 S W Ger Seventh and Magnolia MONON ROUTE r BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LINE TO i French Lick and rWest Bidea Siir ra UNION STATION LWdSYTLLg DEARIIttCfitN STATION CHiIOAGO iEsiI aai Pa1er uses Salsss c I flMMirt J H BACON D P A flfyJWH ma- LwMtfclbr S G1 J t f r K NTUO yo IRISH iziic J ojII t f 5 rSome Life Insurance Is Bad t Good Some Better OF COURSE I I THERE THE IS BEST 1 SOUTHERN NATIONAL Life Insurance is among the best andPREMIUMS forrose rosetiiesafe protection and if you become LOWESTI DISABLED the company will PAY YOUR PREMIUMS for you and keep your policy in force Send a postal for sample policy Southern National r Life Insurance t CompanyHome Office Lincoln Building Louisville Ky ED L WILLIAMS President W L KENNETT First Vice Pres J H DICKEY Treasurer WO HEAD Second Vice Pres JOHN W RAY General Counsel B II POINDI XTER Secretary M K ALLEN Medical Director 1 LOOK FOR THE NEW FRONT I THEBIGSTORESMENS fan all the new Models and Fabrics y 57501012152025NEW 100 150 200 300 I ThE BIG 98E4UMILTON M L I 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- FATRRAlSTDCECIIjIAjSr PIANO Will supply this music If there Is ao 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 thee proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandCecillani ttr VIONTENEQRORIEH AUSIC CO Incorporated tt8S0BO FOURTIJ AVDNUE R r THE RACESATime best horse wins so It is with Coffee and Tea Quality and freshness arc the essential features that RO to win the prize in all compe tition for my lines Try my SPJSOIATj GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC M Green Black or Mixed Teas an excellent grade 1 pound for MULLOY StlBctwcc 45c COFFEE ROASTER U iWWWXm tome Phone ijjj flh VW AItVTeitKT SXIZISXET d NNN N N NN1N NNNN NN Creamers Business School- J D CREAGER Principal Boo kketJpli1 Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and kindred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students may enroll at any time Our system has superior advantages We have experienced teachers and the nicest quarters of any of the business schools in Louisville Call to see us if possible SECOND AND BRECKINRIDQE LOUISVILLE NN A N N NONNNNNI N 6EHER SONJ 2IS WEST MARKET STREET SUM THK CKUJnRATKD NORTH STAR RffRiGfRAlijR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a fev but all features of practical value that era considered deslr ered desirable in a Gas Range EQUALltrankspublic r MJIANNON p BANNON JR H M WOLTRINQ PinYIesPns S Tnu Sceriltry PPi Baflnoi Sewsr Pipe GDoo- salt a Glamrai Sewer aid CrIvertPipe tt jaaaens Pateat Llddd P1Pa ferta cealtsa = wan Aral Ill VUriftMl Straet PavU j Brick lrlnf Jfpe4ad 71Plti Lining drai1Ic Fevers and ftlr Tile Grrai FlrC Ckitalmnsy Tips LAws1asay rl xa OffCE 808512 wf JEBP HSpN t 1AL4PNONti5T7 WORKS jtd kud Lcxlactoa and pAYeet ytk aad ietb T LPMONI 2Ui n w 9 BACKED DOWN CityAdministration forces Were Afraid to Meet thelssue Judge McGee Green Took Sidestep On Proposed Investigation How the Reform Idea Is Being Carried Out at City Hall POLITICAL POT IS NOW BOILING The cool weather of tho closing nights of September Instead of enveloping local politics In u frost has only served to make the leaders of each contending party more ns potIsanxious for the second day of November to arrive The voters will do their work then This WCCK has been one of great activity on both sides Meetings have been held in every quarter of tho city from Uutchertown and Clifton to Port land and from Marydalc to Goss arcs use The end is not yet Greater rallies are planned for the rev mainder of the month It looks like plain sailing for the DemocVatic ticket headed by the lion W O Head The IJepiiblicanH through Judged Wheeler McGee W Garnett Munn and Kd B Green got an awful throw down this week when those officials refused to permit a public investiga tion of the announcement that negro dives blind tigers etc were being permitted to run and that certain negro Republican clubs were merely cloaks for dives of iniquity After courting an investigation the city administration turned n complete somersault and like vaulting ambition lauded on tho other side William H Borgmann Vice Presi dent of the Executive Committee of the Mutual Protective Association addressed a letter to Edwin B Green Chairman of the Board ol Safety calling attention to viola tlons of the Sunday closing law try both white and black saloonkeepers Mr Borgmann also saw Mr Green In person Finally it was arranged to have a public investigation at the City hull on Tuesday afternoon Messrs Green and Muim were there to represent the Board of Safety Judge McGco to represent the License Board When Mr Borgmaiui and his wit nesses arrived they found moro than fifty policemen lined up in the hall Many negro divekeepers were there too James P Edwards represented the Mutual Protective Association Col Jacob IL Hanger and Paul BurlingamO were attorneys for the city administration and hUll to hold the prompters book for Judge McGee Poor old soul He forgot his lines every few minutes and repeated his words in painful Iteration When the administration party wiw the array of witnesses assem bled by tho MutualI Protective Asso ciation all bets wore declared off Thou and there it was decided to call off the proposed convention Police in uniform and in plate clothes filled nil the seats in the Council chamber where the hearing was to have been held After try lug every legal way to have tho investigation proceed the Democratic attorneys became disgusted Time sum and substance of the stand taken by the city administration was the utterance of Judge McGee In answer to Mr Edwards I will say that tho gentlemen of time board deem that no good purpose could be subservcu going into an invest gation of any charges you may have to make before theso two boards This was In answer to Attorney Edwards statement that he had wit nesses nt hand to male tho vio lators of tho law to give their ads dressed and to make their stater meats tndur oath While tho farce meeting was lu progress Messrs Munn Green and McGee wore visibly irorrlcdramlfroiu time tnJtimo thjcy put their leads together In confer ence nil to secure mutual courage supportAnother the amusing things of the present campaign is tho way the Evening Post Is trying to gull Its renders with n lot of stuff about the sacrifices time reform Kepubll cans are malting in serving the public Per instance thenvls C C Stoll of the Board of Ptibllo Works who was elected Park Commissioner but promptly resigned on account of lack of time that Is ho said it was lock Of time but right away accepted a job on the Board of Public Works at 2500 a year Thats self sacrifice as the reformers see It Another sample ot their style of reform can bo seen In County Clerk Stark Gahharts office There are several candidates holding down leputyships among them BOb tlnrrlsi who is running for Legisla tive Representative Jn time Eighth and Ninth wards and Gus Neurath jhndidate lor Bailiff Of course their whole time during time day Is denoted to the taxpayers Interest because It tin oumldn t look right to take any time oft for campaigning This Is the sane office tint shelter Jim Upward who was Im plicated in the Goobel murder County Clerk GnbharV office seems to be n haven of rest and pocket money for reformers VISITORS TllOM HiKLANlK Tho Rev Samuel Thompson and the TIe Geary Thompson brothers wholesalel also of Dr c1eaJei Thompson liars Iveland tocome all tl Vm weddtug1rJRtl Mini Jiillft C MengelcdVighter 61 Cal Chains Qi Mengel of October 13 110tharea genial ali O air luIlg- Jlertedbrothera I In Kentu nd are Just as proud of their nands- lay Eton of th m 11c1tII oveV a large 00offrfftloa oflT onC tholM to SOCIETY DIRECTORY 1 j A O Iii- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and J Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vjtee 1rosident Mark Ryan Recording Secretary TJios Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan S T S CurranntinelLouis DIVISION 2 MeclB First and Third Friday Red Ions Hall First and Market P esldentCon J Ford VIi e President D D McKenn- aR cording Secretary T J Stone Pi aancialSecretary JnoT Kenney LynchSeDrown Se itincl William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursda Ev ninffs Each Month Sercntcenth an Main Streets v Pr isident Pntrick T SulJIvan Vic1 e President Martin Sheehan Jte ordlng Secretary Thos Stevens Fii anclal Secretary J Q lieasion DoughertySeI Se geantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 MeetH Second and Fourth Mondays ertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVicFli anclal Secretary Win P Mt Don gh 1212 Sixth street Ite ordlng Secretary Jno J Wlnn Tr asurer Harry TJrady Sec tlnel Michael McDermott Ser fcantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONV1LL13 Meets on the First and Third Tues 1 days at Ifaus Hall KennedyPreVic President Itobcrt Qlcason Bee rding Secretary Thos Ollern Fin ncinl Secretary John G Cole Tre isurer Bernard A Coll Sta ding Committee Bcdniond Stant m Mnrtln Fogarty and John Kenm dy Y 1 I I MACIvIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club ho se 530 Twentysixth Street Prcs dent Louis J Richer Firs Vice President TliosDCllnes Seco d Vice President Samuel L Robert on Rcco ding Secretary Thomas F Bachm in SeeretaryWlIllnmF Finat cial SecretaryFrank 0 Adams Treas urcr Daniel W Weber Mara nl AndrlottdolrhtUl maid C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An drlott II I 1 IfE I ItlI Struck the Right Medicine 10 I PhlpmD Ill August lit 1BOS Ten years ago my daughter was taken with netfodlieaso so bad that she could not walk without fnlllue down and could hardly scat herself at the table was at times very uerroni and could not ileop at nights We doctored for about 2 year then wo need Pastor Koeultfa Nerro Tonic 1 it had a wonderful effect on her and cared her of all this ws struck the right kind of medicine Mini Jous SUITU I Grateful Anthony It I January 17th 190S enjoying the very best of health J sintered from weakened vitality debility and kindred aliments and had a severe attack of Qerrouiness which left mo in a weakened and miserable con dition Gratefully recpmmetad the remedy to all sufferers and they can refer to me I will answer all letters Co J licDLONQ FREDA lottilq1 folflel remedyPastor Valuablo Book on Nor Diseases and to any adJrc Poorpas nl niso get the medkln rre riWaDclt I KOEN j I IIIjSold by Druggists at SI per UottU 6 for 95 Larg4 Size 17S 8 Dottlei for S 0 In Belt stt but both have ninny warm Clitholio friends I j MAOAUIiKVS 1UWaYDOWn 1 East one of William J Bradys great productions will boI Theatelcontinuing all week with the usual matinees on Wednesday and Satur day It is a play of home life la a- New England rural district and al ways draws crowded houses in IofIIHlI1eI MASONIC THHATKlt Lovers of old yet ever popular operas arc looking forward with great pleasure to time appearance of tho Sheehan Opera MaRonlc theater next weekThat play House has been additionally beautified and adorned during the Summer Time repertoire of time com puny Includes Carmen Bohemian Oirf Martha and II Trovntore lIUSCI SS SKATING ItINK The Princess Skating Rink the old Seventh street armory will open for tho season tonight and will rev main open for the accommodation of roller Skaters every afternoon and night rime building has been repainted inside and presents a very attractive appearance One of the features will be the daily appearance of Miss May Bradley the twelve rearoldglrl phenomenall skater The management hiss a large Stock of Richardsons roller skates for the accommodation of patrons WORTH KBQOGNIZKII John Keaney one of the leading Rib rnM 18 la JaJfersoiivllle has rev ceived an appointment M guard at the Indiana Statte Reformatory and assumed his nev duties yesterdays Mr Keriney in inevey way qualified I to iill time position Fourteen years ago ho was appointed toa similar I psitlom amid lmld it for three yeara BlIi Falls JUUikfiiendatndUtethree a t auf ar 4 FORESTS Ot tho United Stntcg Must Do Preserved Shy Able Scientists Natures Chief Support of thev Whole Fabric of Civilization Waste Instead of Use of Lumber Is Menace to the Future WOODMEN SPARE THE TREES The United States Deportment of I Agriculture has established a Bureau of Forcstryand that bureau is doing great work in the diffusion of necessityforWhllo It deals solely with the forests of tho United States the information Is of interest throughout the world Able scientists are at the head of thIs bureau and from time to time articles are sent to tho papers throughout the country The last circularletter was written by Treads well Cleveland Jr In part ho says In connection with tho general plan to conserve nil natural resources it IB the most Important and far reaching economic policy ever adopted and pursued by any nation The forest Is one of the chief sup ports of tho whole material fabric of our civilization The forest means not only n permanent supply of wood and the life of all the Industries which depend upon it but also the control of tho waters for human use There Is only barrenness lu the future of the nation which has lost the use of wood and the control of water Tho sort of tine that was made ot natural resources during tho pioneer- Ing stage while right enough at time time is far too wasteful to be carried on Into the new industrial era It has shown that we aro still destroy ing tho forest as we use Itt that we are taking from It every year three and a half times as much wood as 1Is added by the new growth It has shown that less than onethird of tin growing tree felled by tho lumber man is over used at all so that Cwo thirds of all the timber cut is sImply destroyed It has shown that ono eleventh of all tho forests are swept by fires every year and that on tho average since 1870 forest fires have yearly cost 50000000 In timber and fifty lives It has shown that over 99 par cent of nil tho forests In private hands which comprise threefourths of all the forest land and four fifths of nit tho woodIs thus devastated by destructive use and the scourge of unchecked fires while less than 1 percent Is properly handled for successive crops oreffectively protected from fires The forest us a resource is rapidly being obliterated But time Inventory of the forests has had yet other ugly facts to reveal With the disappearance and do torioration of the mountain forests tho nation is losing control of tho streams which are useful in our clv ilization in ways and degrees un paralieed by any other resource Pure water for domestic purpose is of course indispensable usable Water at tho right seasons is tho solo reliance of tho great projects by which the arid lands are vivified by irrigation cheap water transportation is a mat ter of dollars mid cents to every citizen trustworthy power streams I lectrlcltY1Iof time waters Is steadily compelled to retreat before the ax and fire In waste alone wo reject more than twothirds of time lumber that might be taken from the standing trees At least half of this waste is unnecessary In the first place wo waste the forcnt by refusing to tako advantage of its full capacity for growth Protected and properly managed our forests will produce far more wood than they do at press cut It Is not use which destroys the forests hilt waste Not use as such but destructive use combined with iiiexciiHabio neglect is causing tho forests to dwindle under oUlpro gressive demands upon them The problem therefore Is not to be solved by disuse but 1by wine use mid protection These together will so stimulate forest growth that the heeded woos tinny be harvested with out depleting time stock on hand and will keep intact time protective cover at the stream sources CENTRAL YEI FIX The convention of the German Catholic Central Verelu at Indianapolis last week was one of the most successful in the historyof that great organization The new offi cersare President John po Oelkers Newark N JJ First Vice President Joseph Ilelmunn Pittsburg Second Vice President Peter Ohleyer Inv llauapolls Recording Secretary Frank Doffbndorf lacrosse WIsr Corresponding and Financial Secretary John C Jnnemann SI Paul treasurer William Ranon Chicago OALLAOHKH CLUBS DAXOK The Gallagher Club on adjunct of Unity Council YM L New Albany will give another one of Its popular lances at Maennerchor flail on Uonilaynlgl1t All members of the Order In Louisville are Invited The euchres that have been given on Wednesday nights Inive been very successful TO SUPPORT JfOVJCESi At all the masses and at the vesper aervtee at Sfc Louis Bertrahds church tomorrow tlia annual collection n 11- 1be taken up for the support of the Dominican novices ke there are a granter number of aoylcea this year than ever befora the Fathers of tile Dominican Border ask their parish toners find friends to be m retbaft rdiearUy aseaerotu- ll il 1909 November Election 1909 i1 VOTE FOR I W 0 HEADrAN- D TI- 1EStraight Democratic y L Ticketv0 ONNNONe ST MARYS COLLEGES ST MARY MARION CO KY Commercial Course with Business College features High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Pharplacy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Uni versities New Gymnasium with Instructor For Catalogue address REV MICHAEL JAGLOWICZ C R Preside nf ST MARY KENTUCKY l For Your furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices lows est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street O NO ONe O ONNe t HOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a HENRY FUOHSas FLORIST I Plants Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE tCharles and Texas Sts 556 4th St royrOm109rTA ortrrom N O N N 0 NNN e e iMPNiflHMP nV iLju Kj BE SURE TO CALL FOR c McKENNAWHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE 1Inm McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky v FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HRADQUART R FeR-e Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in CholceCufaof Beef l LambPork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in tif- fdhWe S also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products L8DIST1LLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY DR J t CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing ForgeJt SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING t I Horses Called For and Deliveredy 1 slim Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET G f f i tt t eH f rl1 WIUiL OSLIIPGXY iTIOY t 0 e 346 West Gr n Strut uu nomp