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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u i- Jr P 1t IT KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANVOLU- ME I XXIIL NO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAYS OCTOBER 9 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS Jr QUARTER 1 t Ot a Century oi Usefulness tins Been Rounded Out by Division a 1 Members and Friends Prcpnnu TuesdaydEvening Old Guard twit Solnctbing of Very Interesting Ilistori cal Invents MUSIC DANCING AND ADDRESSES Members of Division 3 A 0 H are preparing to celebrate tho twen tyfifth anniversary of the founding of their division with a threefold entertainment at Falls City Hall next Tuesday evening The real anniversary will occur on Wednesday October 13 but the hall could not he secured for that night President Patrick T Sullivan will preside State President George J Butler and County President P J Welsh will t be guests of honor The literary and musical feature of the sliver jubilee will not be too lengthy yet It will deal to a great extent with matters pertaining to the history of Division 3 Of course the few addresses will be interspersed with Irish melodies After the literary programme there will be a buffet luncheon and then for two hours a dance for the young peopleThe hall Is not large enough to ac commodate all the Hibernians In the city so tho committee in charge has sent out invitations to a favored few and then It is believed the capacity of the hall will be taxed President Patrick T Sullivan will deliver the principal address He is familiar with the history of the division and thoroughly conversant with the ad vantages it has brought to its mem bers particularly the younger men Division 3 Ancient Order of Hr bernlans in Reischswas organized i Hall corner Nineteenth and Portland lavenue on October 13 1884 The late John M Hennessy at that time County President conducted the or Rogerstvisiting members on that evening When the charter roll was closed the aw beeatinsecfbedhiichael J J Butler Vice President M J Ford Recording Secretary John Sheehan Financial Secretary Edward Malone Treasurer Michael J Larner Sen tinel James Gill SergeantatArms Standing Committee Michael J Deely P T Sullivan Thomas Ken nedy Thomas Kelly Michael Moore and John Thornton Of the Stand ing Committee all save Messrs Sulli van and Kennedy are dead I During the twentyfive years of the existence of Division 3 only one man who served as President is dead poor Joe Taylor whose demise oc casioned great sorrow throughout Hibernian circles In the State Those who have served as President in or der of succession are Michael Shee han Patrick Holley James Coleman P T Mullen N J Sheridan L J Mackey Joseph Taylor Thomas A Quinn P J Welch and Patrick T Sullivan the Incumbent Besides the following members have held State county and national offices George J Butler Statea Treasurer National Director and two terms as State President Patrick Holley State Treasurer arid two terms as State President James Coleman for eight terms unanimously chosen State Secretary Michael Sheehan State Treasurer P T Sullivan Thomas A Quinn and Patrick J Welsh County Presi dentsAmong men who are now or who were at orb time members of Divis 7 ion 3 who have held positions of trust in the city government are Daniel F II Murphy for many years City As sessor Edward T Tlerney City Aud 1+ r itor and a member of the Board of Public Safety Edward J Mackey Secretary to Congressman Swagar o Sherley P T Sullivan Magistrate N J Sheridan Deputy Assessor P J Beaman Deputy Jailer LJMackey clerk at the Postofflce and I attorneyatlaw I s Still others are prominent in pro fessional and commercial circles Michael Sheehan George J Butler and Michael Murphy are successful grocers DJColeman has reaped success as a hotel man and in the dry goods business Patrick TV Mullen is also forging to the front in the dry goods line and D J Dougherty has made a success as a funeral director Among the mem hers who have been admitted to the bar and who are now practicing law are P T Sullivan L J Mackey Edward J Mackey and P T Welch These have been members for more than twentyfour years Michael Sheehan George J Butler M J- FordPT Sullivan Thomas Kennedy James McCue Patrick Holley James Coleman P J Nelligan N J Sheridan Patrick Connolly M J Carroll Timothy McCarthy Patrick HIggins D J Coleman P T Mullen and Patrick Stephens The present membershimis 130 In 4the the divisions life it has spentmore than 920000 fraU purposes most of it in char ity arid there stilt remains a lash balance of more than 1 1000 in the treasury WKLL BAJCNBD RB8T Timothy OSulllviiB one of the oldest and moil highly esteemed red tdtnte of the Dominican parish hM retired from tIY work tfUr ae4rly I III ACTIVE WORKERS OF DIVISION 3 ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS II I b PATRICK T SULLIVAN fifty years of service with the Turner Day Woolworth Manufacturing Company Ho began service withi the company in Connecticut and went with the firm whoa the plant was removed I to Baltimore and then to Louisville During all these years I he has always occupied a position of authority and was as well liked by those under him as by his superiors He carries into his retirement the best wishes of his employers and in return extends wishes for their success Mr OSuBlvan will not remain idle In his retirement There are few men in Louisville that receive more Irish and Catholic papers than he docs and while enjoying his digni fied leisure he will continue to pray that Ireland may bo a nation once again CATHOLIC PARTY For France Is Working Out Its Very Own- Salvation An obsorvanf though perhaps not an exceedingly erudite correspondent of the New York Times tells the readers of that paper that French Roman Catholics are starting a politi cal party of their own In part he saysFor the first time in a century the r ndgr hW1tJ s IU1 eB eh ops and tho Archbishops find them selves free men in possession of the same liberties as are enjoyed by all other French citizens So long as they lived under the regime of the Concordat combination was for them illegal It constituted exactly the same kind of breach of the law as was and Is the formation of a trades union by any section of the large army of civil servants The Roman Catholic clergy In a word are no longer functionaries and while by tho rupture of their ties with the State they have per haps become less indeepndent than ever in that they are thrust back into the hands of the Vatican and are deprived of having recourse to the French civil authority In case of Irksome recommendations from Rome they nevertheless now enjoy a freedom of movement and A right of civic protest and intervention which many of them regard as an in estimable boon largely compensating for alt the disadvantages entailed by the rupture of the Concordat- A I distinguished member of tho French clergy the Abbe Bizet has just made a significant pronouncement I with regard to the proposed formation of a Catholic party in I France He lays down the principle that the church Is not and can not I be a party It Is open to all men of all parties put it can not Identify Itself with any party since the final consequence of such a situation would be to place the church under the tutelage of that party I Meanwhile the Catholic church Is moving along without the aliIot France When the Catholics of France adopt the American Idea of helping themselves all will be well It may take them some time ip fully accustom themselves to the American Idea of thosepafatlon of Church I and State but when they once grasp the Idea Franco will return to herr 1 old station as First daughter of the church HORSE SHOW Home of Thoroughbreds Ready For Great Exhibition The Louisville Horse Show will open aC the Armory on Monday night I and will continue throughout the week Kentucky Is the ho eoCII thoroughbred horses and the coming show ought to eclipse anything this side of New York This year the number of horses will exceed any thing ever shown in Louisville The entries will include fourinhands tandems combination paddle and harness horses saddle horses har n horsesalidhunterandjumpersAmong fred G Vanderbilt J W Harriman Gus Pepper John L Bushnell Law sacs Jones lea John B Castle mat and others The chief pincers of the Kentucky Horse Show Society are President Anthony J Carroll and SecretaryTreasurer Bethel Bi Veen WIth three are the follow iag members ot the Bsaeutiye Committee Mv L Akerg Saunders P JonesCeL W B HtUdeman J LSmyMr Oharlea a MlddUton Samuel A CuMwrUon Alex P Humphrey Jr Preston Davie Mid CharJee B Norton 1 THOMAS STEVENS AMERICAN Ideas As Advanced by Chief Justice of Unions Highest Tribunal Judge Brewer Talks Ably of Liberty and Stability in tlovernment World Is Improving olid Man kind Is Growing Better Each Day SUGGESTS ABLE CONSIDERATION There are few Americans who do not occasionally find fault with the Government In sonic of its depart ments and very often the Judiciary comes in for its share of roasting Yet at times all must admit that the machinery of the United States Gov oramentrpartlcularlyJn Uio Judlciat branch Is tending more toward ultimate perfection every day This idea could not be better exemplified than by quoting Justice Brewer of the United States Supreme Court To a representative of one of the big agoJusticeThe thought that has been upper most in my mind lately Is that of liberty and stability Those two words express the proper relation of the people and the Government On the ono hand there must be freedom of action and liberty for the indi vidual On the other hand there must be fixed powers of government giving stability to fho nation Be tween the two stands the court hold Ing steady the balance I am a firm believer in the largest possible meas use of freedom for the individual He must be permitted to have the widest scope pf action In carrying out his own life There must be no titling of effort There must be no checking of Initiative The great inventions of the age the notable progI past week In these HudsonFulton ceremonies all typify what pan has accomplished by his unrestricted in dividual efforts The discovery ot tho North Pole is another instance of freedom of action I do not mean to enter the controversy between Cook and Peary That is for the scientists to decide But no matter which one of them or whether both pf them reached the Pole the fact stands out clearlyand concretely that it was the triumph of the individual man working for his own success pushing on against obstacles backed by his own strength and courage and determination There was no gov ernment to map out his course no system of socialism to restrict his scope of operation It typifies the highest form of individual success Mankind would not have been able to accomplish what it has if government had made itself felt on every side holding back the desires of the individual setting limited boundaries to the scope of his ambi tion directing every day what he should and should not do Quickly there would be an end to energy and Initiative Man would lose Interest In his work He wpuld become in active unproductive But at the governmenttothe efforts Of individuals to render securQ the fruits off their labors to put into effect law Individuality without any bounds without form or cohesiveness would result in the mob and utter confusion Govern ment is necessary to give form and system to Individual effort but not to restrict it That form and system ta expressed In the constitution which both guarantees individual liberty arid insures stability of the nation I take little part in political affairs but there isl apparent there another decided tendency of indi vlduallsm and that is the growth of independence in voting This is a hopeful sign of political improve inept 1 do 1obll Vftfin the iiremeot tillsl political independent loir that would meaD tbe disruption of organ lied effort A trpnc healthy paa4xnew of opposition U verf helpful In reI ttvlntaf tbe xoMMMof a dominant s c rt Jit 1 1 t majority But when your have a bot y of independent thinking and ind pendent acting men inany comm i pthatby ordinary political methods Their attitude tends to force Jan Improve ment in political conditions tho elec tion of gbod men to ofllco and belt r government in the end 1 Our fathers in framing tho Con stltutlon looked ahead and foresaw that disputes would arise over what are the limits of Ilbertyjadd the sco o of government They wlsely set up a Supremo Court ot thafUnlted Sta es as the tribunal to decide all these questions of individualt rights and States rights as agalet Goverment authority BO thatqmay preserve the balance that will ro4uce the greatest good andtli greatest h p fIf sometl es IrtherI erenecs country they foresaw a jmo whom an international court willd all disputes between the adjustl the world so that therejfiight be Uni versal peace As IJtwryey the fast and look Into thejlluture 111am firmly convinced tnMithe worltl is ImprovIng that mklr d Is gro lg better that we as pie and rations are I1lmlngi gher thl gs Despite all the ski pings the Brthecrltlcls1 Former Kentucky Girl Pall ed to Reach Native Land Marquise des MonstlersMerlnv lie formerly Miss Mary Gwendolyn C Ud well of Louisville died aboard the steamer Crown Princess Cecilia w rile en route from Germany to New 1 ork on Tuesday morning While the Marquise was highly regards In Louisville on account of her b ne factions to charity she had fen If any intimate friends here She vas fortyseven years old and her alln ent was Brights disease The Marquise was the el est daughter of the late William Sha es peare Caldwell and Mary Brec In ridge Caldwell The father came of Welsh stock He amassed quit a fortune In tho South and removed to Louisville at the close of tho c ivil war Hero he invested heavily in real estate and while his hold igs later turned out valuable they did not realize his expectations dining his life He donated the ground nd erected the splendid Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital in this city It will remain a monument to the munificence ot the Caldwell family Before her marriage the Marquise and her sister the Baroness Von Sed wltz gave largely to Catholic char ities Several years ago tho Marquise contemplated erecting a memorial chapel to her parents In St Louis cemetery Sho carried on negotia tions with Col M Muldoon Plans were drawn tor a Grecian temple something after the style of the Madeline of Paris though of course on a smaller scale The estimated cost was 60000 With Col Muldoon the Marquise them Miss Caldwell vis ited Europe to select marbles etc For some unknown reason the negotiations were interrupted for a time but not long ago the Marquise Wrote to Inquire If Col Muldoon re tained the plans He Informed her that ho had It maybe that the building of the chapel will be pro vided for in the will of the Marquise Her father and mother repose in St Louis cemetery and over their graves the daughter had erected a magnifi cent sarcophagus one of the finest monuments in the cemetery Archbishop John Lancaster Spald lag was made guardian of the two Caldwell girls Mary and Elizabeth at their fathers death I AGAINIIrishAmerican amateur athletes carried away the honors at the clone of the twodays indoor track and field meet at Madison Square Garden New York City on Tuesday night The IrlshAmeriacn Athletic Club of New York scored sixtynine points while their nearest rivals the tfew York Athletic ClubWlJHcOiid with sixtytwo points Melvin W Shep peril of the IrUhAmerlcMUiaVaot only won the 600 yard run but made a worlds record J J Inter of he same Mob made a new record in the 160rartf daub I MARTIN SHEEH- ANPROSCRIBED Irish and Germans Have No Place In Grlnstead Band ot Politics Registration Figures Indicate That Democratic Victory Is Certain- Unwarranted Arrest and As sault oi Highly Esteemed Citizen WHO IS THIS SERGT BUCKLEY There aro some Kentuckians who can never forgive Germans and Irish for migrating hither Tho Grinstead family seems to be of that ilk judging from a colloquy that recently took place on Second street The participants were a very estimable llaay6rmVanstFarid aBba ofJIayor Grinstead They had dined occa sionally at the same table and were quite friendly Ono day last week hey met and the scion of tho Grin ladyVjll not seen ouTror a long time Opt I am sick today What Is the matter Your father is the cause of the trouble What has poor dad done now This morning I came out Second street and saw two white men dig ging in a hole and they were bossed by a big fat negro Young Grinstead Ohl Thats nothing You must not worry over that They were only poor old Irish and Dutch The lady felt much aggrieved and her story Is winning votes for W O Head Is It not strange that a business man a man who conducts a wholesale grocery business who ex petcs to cater to Irish and German retail grocers and who expects to be reelected Maydr even though In eligible will permit his own family to talk In this manner Maybe It means that Papa Jim says Damn the Irlsh and Dutch Many of tho registering places were In the homes of negroes and naturally white people were averse to entering these places to register In some instances the repugnance was overcome by a sense of duty but there were others who would not en ter negro hovels to exercise their sovereign right of suffrage A fraction over 52000 voles were registered and of these 24000 wore Democrats 18000 were Republicans and 0000 are registered as inde pendents It is certain that tho Democrats havo 24000 to count on from the start It Is also certain that they will get at least half of the In dependent vote That will give the Democrats 28500 while the rest of the vote will be divided between Tylerites Toddltcs and followers of the GrlnsteadScholl machine The Republican machine workers tried many tactics to work in repeaters during the two days of registra tion but the Democrats had their eyes peeled for all emergencies The Tenth ward was tho main source of discord and as that is a large negro district the Republicans thought It possible to pull off almost anything there The Democrats had fore thought to place able conservative and firm men as challengers in the Tenth One ot the ablest was Major William A Colston Assistant Con troller of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company a veteran of the Spanish American war arid a Ken tucky gentleman Major Colston challenged too many negroes to suit the Republicans arid was arrested by Sergt Buckley and Detective Helmer dinger He was charged with obstructing an election Although he knew full well that bondsmen were en route to obtain Colstons release Major Edward Burke the night Chief of police ordered Colston placed in a cell That was done buthis release followedshortly Major Col stpri swore put warrants charging Buckley and Helmerdlnger with as Mult and battery He proposes to- fghtthe case roa finish This U the Mare Buckley who was bartender In s Green tret aJooD What trouble did be have it lib III D J COLEMAN IIIII capacity as collector for a Cincinnati breweryNot weeks ago Tom Maher resigned as Chief of detectives to seek rest and recuperation Health seems to have returned to him un morningGeorge politician saloon at Sixth and Green streets shot Hottio Howell his piano player That happened at 11 oclock In the afternoon at 3 oclock White Was riding over the city with Tom Maher in Mahers private vehicle It was a sure enough study in black and white White is the same negro who has had many conferences with Col Haager recently Col Hanger denies that these conferences were of a political nature but Maher is Haagers man of all work and those who understand the situation can see tho bond of union between Maher White Haager C- oGREAT GOOD Is Being Accomplished by Our Lady of Rosary Mission Tho Mission of Our Lady of tho Rosary No 7 State street New York City which has for its object the pro tection 0f Irish Iimmigrant girls is making another appeal for aid Its purpose is a worthy ono and for twentysix years It has enjoyed the recognition and support of the high est ecclesiastical authorities in the landWithin the twelve months ending Juno 30 last there landed in the port pf New York 18997 Irish immi grants Of these 9745 were women and most of them young and un protetced All of them men and women were met on arrival by one or more representatives of the mis lIon Advice was given in some cases money was advanced telegrams were sent out announcing departure and those girls not discharged at Ellis Island were accompanied to the home conducted by the mission and comfortably accommodated free of charge until entrusted to relatives or placed in employment During the aforementioned twelve months 845 girls were thus accom modated and of these 805 were Irish twentyone English nine Scotch six Welsh three Americans and one Portugese Of these 220 girls secured employment through the mission While the total Immigration to tho United States was 580616 the ar rivals from Irelarfd showed a marked decrease over previous years Membership In the mission costs only twentyfive cents and In ack nowlcdgement of this assistance mass Is offered three times each week for the subscribers rind their friends Those who wish to encourage a worthy cause should correspond with tho Rev Father M J Henry director of the mission GERMAN WEEK Held in Chicago UnderVery Happy and fortunate Conditions This has been German week in Chicago and it has been a strenuous ono for all concerned from last Sunday afternoon when the big street parade was held until Its close with a night pageant this evening The week not only commemorates tho thrift of GermanAmericans In Chi cago but it Is the two hundred and twentysixth annlversaryof the land Ing of the first German colonists in America That colony was the nucleus around which has grown 12000000 of sturdy thrifty sons of the Fatherland- Of the 12000OtiO people accredit ed to the German race in the United States at least 5000000 have settled In the Middle West The Germans are great agriculturists but at the same time they are very thrifty as business men This Is best shown by their career in Chicago during the past thirtynjne years In 1870 the German percentage of populationl In Chicago was 1933 and the percentage In bu ness was3G5ln 1909 the German percentage of population was 1392 and the percentage in business wak 3287 Germatt composers have helped to mold American music German statesmen have helped to mold American thought and policy The racial traits of German character have b da llotewortJ1dectciJ1 Amtrlcwi life a 1 i COLUMBUS Will Be Honored Wherever the American Flap Is Floating r Great Movement to Make Ills Landing Anniversary Holiday I Catholic Gentlemen of the Union Are Inculcating Patriotic Lesspns RESPECT LATE BISHOPS MEMORY Stripesl1yLanding day the day upon which uponAmericanDoubtless it will also be celebrated more or less In Mexico Central and Italyand butIndaywillmomentIf e neverdidThroughtheir ColoradoIllinois California hOlidayOtherbills and ere many years Congress LandingdayThe story of the Genoese sailor student scientist and scholar Chris topher Columbus who believed the world was round and whose Ideas were scorned In his own country isYnot a new one Neither is it new that story of how his theories were advanced by the Spanish Dominicans uponFerdinandthe cause of Columbus In thoso days the feat of Columbus was one hundred times more marvelous than the trip of Cook or Peary to the North Pole In our days Columbus first landing was on one of the Bahamas Ho called it San Salvador the Holy Saviour and the Island still bears that name He made three subsequent trips to tho western waters of the Atlantic but died without knowing a great western hemisphere lay behind the beautiful and fruitful Islands Yet he had paved the way for Vespucci the Cabots Sir Walter Raleigh Henry Hudson and others and that Is why the Catholic gentlemen of the United States honor him rind have chosen hUn as their patron They desire to be first lri all things where God and country are con cernedThe Knights are made up of Americans whether they spring from Italian Spanish French Ger man or Irish parentage It Is their purpose to make October 12 a national holiday and they argue that sit would be particularly appropriate to have celebrations of the day in all the schools public and parochial While Americans of many races are interested In the movement one of the most considerable forces IIt that of the joint action of tho Italian so clothes The fact that Columbus was of Italian birth furnishes the motive He Is the historical link that binds the Italian to America Paying for n mal respect to the discoverer of these shores is a movement in which all Americans should be interested Throughout the United States and wherever councils of the Knights of Columbus have been established In Canada Mexico Porto Rico Cuba or the Philippines the day will bo ob served In many places work and business will be abandoned Solemn masses of thanksgiving will be cele brated Noted prelates and priests will sing the praises of Columbus and inculcate new lessons of patriotism School children will hold appropriate exorcises In many places In others the Knights will banquet in the evening and from coast to coast and from the frozen North till below the Equator paeans of praise for Chris topher Columbus will ascend Louisville Council K of C hall made preliminary arrangements for its part in the mammoth celebration df Landing day but out of respect to the memory of the late Bishop McCloskey the members deemed It well to postpone Its celebration for at least thirty days STALWART NUN j The Volksblatt of Cologne Ger many vouches for the accuracy of a remarkable story of a nuns en counter with a bull The heroine is one of three Sisters of the Order of St Vincent who have charge of a RottflnmtinsterWurslxtyflveyearold herdsman who was pinned against a wall Two other men were too frightened to Inter1 fore but the nun ran from tho dairy flung herself on the animal and seized Its horns She actually sue ceeded in throwing the bull off its feet and before it could rise again the nun and the three laborers wore In safe shelter SILVER EPISOPAL JUBILEECbII The sliver episcopal jubilee rot Pope PlusXwUlbe celebrated on November 16 Owing tp tile fact that last year the Pope solemnly cele brijited iris golden sacerdotal jubilee the solemnities this year will be on a minor scaleJ but still many nu Ii Idm1f11l visit Bom oil tJ rfA KENTUOKY IRISH AJMERICAlar KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKlGM CatholicsDevotedOfficially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COlDcor1Orated Publlhers UBSCRIPTION PRICE oNE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered at the UuUvlll Pottottlc n SecondCI i fUtUr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33337 West Oreea Si Address all Commuelcstions tot the TNAOES COUNCIL 1909L Democratic TicKet Mayor William O Head City Treasurer Andrew M Sea Circuit Judges FIrst Chancery division Slmckel ford Miller Second Chancery division bamuel B Kirby First Common Pleas division William H Field Second Common Pleas division Thomas 11 Gordon Third Common Pleas division halter P Lincoln Criminal Judge James P Gregory Judge of Police CourtSamuel J Bold rick County Judge Mulr Weissinger County AttorneyA Scott Uullltt Commonwealths Attorney Joseph M Huffaker Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court llnrry W Robinson Clerk of Police CourtHarry C Nehan City Auditor Adolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police Court Thomas Moran Receiver of City Taxes Charles W Millikin SheriffA M Emler Circuit Clerk Louis Summers County Clerk P S Ray County Assessor Edward A Barry Jailer John R Pflanz County Surveyor John Russet GainesCoroner1r Ellis Duncan County School Superintendent Orville J Stivers State Senators Thirtysixth district Herman D Newcomb Thirtyeighth district Mark Ryan Legislators Fortyfourth district L C Ow ings Fortyfifth district John M Lct terlc Fortysixth district Peter J Cos grove Fortyseventh district Rowan Hardin Fortyeighth district Hite Huf fakerFortyninth district Thomas OConnellFiftieth district Henry Clay Hall Fiftyfirst districtSamuel J Rob ertson Park Commissioners Daniel F Murphy Louis Seelbach John B Castlcman Aldermen Fred J Leezer IJ J Camtfbbll Jr Dr John II Buschemeyer TreasyDr i Henry AKromer It Guy Parker J William Miller Ben J Brumleve George B Coder John Jf Cliffora Sam Lcdight Councilmen First wardJohn iSeuhauser and William P Graves Second wardCharles Mann and Dr C G Russmann Third ward William M Booher PfleigFourth Schulman and Jerome King Fifth ward Thomas J Garvey and J A Sriyder Sixth wardFtank Co lens and Michael Leone Seventh ward Thomas Lawrence and Samuel G Tote Eighth ward Samuel W Greene and T J Morrow Ninth ward Michael McDermott and D B Coleman Tenth ward Randolph Thomas and Henry Wolff Eleventh wardDr C F Melton FinneganTwelfth J Sand and Ben C Watson Magistrates r DorseySecond C WheelerThird district II D Robb Fourth districtS S Hollis Fifth districtFrank Daclicr MeglemrySeventli D OConnorEighth district George Derry Constables Kjrifc districtCharles T Osborne Second district J W Floor e Third district JI D Robb dr Fourth district L MV Camp 1 rn Fifth dlstrietDavid Augustus veutlldi trJctCharl98 Ratter mal1Elghtbdletrl tJS Fields School Trustees tjr rdrmesltam aY Seeoal and Third wa rdJoeph Piafourth sad Fifth wankDr Will tern Sanders Eighth and Ninth wiardsDr- harlee L Kdefoa Tenth jnvA Heary BchJmpcleT A v Elevesii and Trelfth wit 0 BorWNk m c r COLUMBUS DAY Tuesday will be Landing day by some called Discovery day It ought to be known as Columbus day No day should appeal with such force to Americans of all classes ns Landing day It was Christopher Columbus who throw open the gates of the New World to Christian faith and civiliza tion Instead of paslsng his declining years in peace and plenty Columbus was returned to Spain in chains Although he never reached the main land of the Western hemjsphero he showed thq way to reach it Instead of being called Columbia the irony of fate made It America after one of his successors in discovery However to real Americans It will ever remain Columbia I the gem of the ocean I The home of the brave and the free The shrine of each patriots devotion The world owes its homage to thee to DUTY OP AMBIUOANS There are many American citizens who prate about corruption in pol itics and yet who do not properly concern themselves about the gov ernment of their city State and nation As each recurring election comes around it behooves every cit izen to join himself thoughtfully and earnestly to the study of his rights and duties in order that he may perform his share of the vast work which the nation is bound to accomplish not only for Itself but for the worldHe should remember that he Is a sovereign among sovereigns since in this country there Is no power but the will of the people Americans should reverence the laws because they are the Instrument of the Government which the people have established he should do homage to religion without which the laws have no practical efficiency and he should take Christianity Into his heart asI the only h011eof his personal happiness Every American should faithfully fulfill the various relations of his business and of his domestic and social life and Inculcate the same source of consistent obligations on all around him Thus he will be come an example of the civic char acter demanded by the true theory of our great republic Thus ho will help to raise the title of American citizen to the loftiest rank of universal confidence and honor SURE HE IS RIGHT There is much meat In this suggestion of the editor of the Memphis Catholic Mirror The Catholic paper Is the Catholic womans paper A single copy Is worth more to her than a thousand editions of any other She doesnt read the sport results of the day and throw it away when fi column or two has been hurriedly glanced over How many copies of a Catholic paper has any business man seen cast away In a stret car or sweeping the streets before the wind And why has he npt seen these sights so familiar with other publications Simply because the Catholic woman Is not ready to part with her Catholic paper even after she has finished reading it PEACE IS COSTLY Lord Grey an English statesman has called attention to the fact that half the revenues that European nations now raise are being dqvoted to making preparations to kill each other This shows that the peace footling of the present day is as costly aswas the war footing of fifty yeas ago It means that eventually disputes between nations must be set tled by international arbitration War lords are no more compatible with civilization than are pirates and bandits So the School Trustees have Voted to commit political harlkarll That Is they would like to commit suicide hjlIhj courage they petition the unborn Legislature to smother they Surely this is a suicide pact but one that Is iipdenlablycommetldgbleThe anllnN- ework harbor during the Hudnon Fulton celebration were originally suggested by the ale Admiral Jp ittph B Coughlan of pranlla and HQchl Dfr Kaiier i ielne i It idI a- pity that this bbrilliant IrjuiAiiwsrteutt was not sported to participate in America gnat jabllet + N tii It ttae vIir year old and Its editor and publishers have received many congratulations on the health and growth of the infant journal The News Is first last and all the time for the Democratic ticket and deserves encouragement and support The City of New York has a popu lation more than ten times as large as Louisville and yet New York police force has only nine automobiles as against Louisvilles six How Is that for economy anl reform gt+ tE 1 t wwle w9ts1 slI S0GIETV t Jw tsw fa1fa1 stq Mrs J H Welsh of South Louisville Is visiting relatives In Clncin natl Mrs J H Klnberger of Marydale is visiting her sister Mrs Harry Soete of Madison Ind Hon and Mrs Edward J McDer mott have returned from a visit to friends Jn Pewee Valley Miss Mabel Geary of Portland has returned from a few days visit to friends In Lawrenceburg Misses Katherine and Mary Malone of the Highlands have gone to Manhattanville to resume their studies Mrs John T Malone and family who spent the summer at Bay View Mich have returned to their home In the Highlands Mrs Ella Lyons of South Louis ville and daughter Miss Annie are expected to return from a visit to Cincinnati next week Miss Ottllda Kunkel has returned to her home at Ireland Ind after a two woks visit to F L Borntrager and family 2229 West Jefferson street Mrs Tamson Bill and Miss Katie Dill have returned to their home at Corydon Juntcion after a pleasant visit to their aunt Mrs E Hertel 1427 Quincy street John J Crotty and bride have re turned from their wedding tour and are keeping house at 2b15 West Jef ferson street On Thursday night a number of Mr Crottys boyhood friends called and were handsomely entertained Before leaving they made their appreciation of his hos pitality manifest in a material way A fine baby boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Grail Jr 608 South Twentieth street on Thursday of last week The happy parents are no prouder than Col and Mrs Andrew Kast and every time anyone calls Andy grandpa he sets them up to the oysters The young ster will be christened Patrick An drew Grail andWilliamfriends by being quietly married at the rectory of St Charles Borromeoa church Mouday evening The Rev Father Charles P Raffo performed the ceremony Later they wont to Chicago on a bridal tour The bride Is a charming daughter ot J4 Iary Kearns of 424 South Twentysecond street Thomas E Burkholdor now of Chicago but foremrly an fictive member of Mackin Council js In Louis ville for a short visit to his parents at 2117 Rowanstreet While he Is here on business for his firm ho Is renewing acquaintance with many old friends Since his last visit hero In May 1908 Mr Burkholder has Journeyed extensively through every State in the great Northwest Miss Nellyo Cammlllla Kerr and William Joseph Baker will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Louis Bortrands church at 4 oclock on the afternoon of Wednes day October 20 The brideelect Is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Kerr and the fortunate young marl Is well thought of by all who know him After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Baker will be tendered- a reception at the home of the brides parents 725 West St Catherine street from 8 until 1 oclock The engagement of Miss Elizabeth J Schene and Leonard P Soete has keen anounced The marriage will IJe solemnized at St Martins church at 6 oclock Tuesday morning Oc tober 19 Rev Father Louis W Ohle will perform the ceremony After the mass a wedding breakfast will be tendered the bridal party at the home of the brides mother Mrs W Schene 730 East Chestnut ijtreet Later in the day Mr and Mrs Soete will leave on a wedding trip through the East and North Both young people have hosts of friends In Cath olic circles and all join in wishing them a happy married life APPRECIATES TIlE HUSH During his swing through the country President Taft plflclated at the christening of the vast estate of Thomas F Walsh near Denver last week It was named Clonmel after the town which was the birthplace of Mr Walsh In performlhg the little ceremony President Taft said The hardy immigrants from Tip perary and from every part of the Emerald Isle have come to the front in America as they deserve There is no element no strain in our civili zation that lies manifested Itselrtto- e stronger more enterprising more shrewd In business more stern lit enforcing high moral principles than the Irishmen who come to this coup try to make It their own I have the greatest pleasure in calling this place after that beautiful spot In Tlpperarjv I conaecrate this the es tate of Ck tsneiloLNRWPQRT HBLLK TO WRII Mrs Anna J Butler of Newport bae anouBced thee approaching mar tart of her daughter llii Batte LJcnarl Butler toArihurJ1gehrtver The wedding will be rtpl AiimlMd at the Church of the iota taoalrtA qoaoptloa ca Wjjii 1 The Special Underpriced Sale Continues of Womens Imported Kid Gloves Large Special Importation of TwoClasp Styles Regular 100 ValueOn Sale Today 68c This extraordinary importation of Two clasp Kid Gloves came direct from the Paris office by the steamer Lusitania and represents one of the best glove purchases ever consummated by our foreign representative Every pair is the sort you have been in the habit of paying a dollar for and are shown in the fashionable autumndress goods shades such as the new tans blues browns slates greens reds black and whites All are perfect iin every respect and since they were purchased sogreatly under price they will be offered at the same great saving to y- ouRegular 100 Values Sale Price Per Pair 68c i STEWART DRY GOODS CO i llICOrpollteditiEEI ilL NEW YORK I CRISIS Imminent in British Government arid King Is Quito Anxious All Eyes Turned Towards Lord i Itosebery For the Present Moment Rejection ot the Budget hj J House of Lords Will I Mean Trouble IRISH PARTY HOLDS WHIP HAND Oreat Britain is in a furore again on account of the British King Edward seems to be j alarmed as any and his anianiall infected the people Ac to cable advices from London Saturday night the King Lord Rosebery Ed wad VII does not want the House of tords overthrown and is seeking to prevent Lord Rosebery from tak- Ing any further agitation against the budget I osebery had been invited to address an antibudget meeting in Bit mh gham within the next fortnight After ho had been summoned to the con erence with the King he sent ia lett sr to those who convened the me ting but its nature was not mats pub ic at the time In view of the pre ent crisis Lord Rosebery is stop ping with King Edward at Balmoral It I osebery refuses to speak at Bin Ingham his action will be di rect y attributable to the Kings in ten mtlon King Edward feels quite sect re in his position but with the Hot 50 ofLords no longer to act as- a hi ffer against radical legislation he can not feel confident about his suc cess r who has none of his own gift T Ie political crisis continues to don Inate public attention In England and the excitement will continue unt 1 the fate of the budget Is settle one way or another by the House of iords in the first week of Novem ber The latest report in Ministerial circles is that the Government furs restlved to havo a general election In anuary whether the House of Lorys passes the budget or not The Ministers consider It necessary to have the opinion of the country as to whether the House of Lords is to be permitted to mutilate or reject all Liberal legislation as the House has been doing and will continue to do If even it pasties the budget Ugly charges are being bandied be tween the two parties Balfour accuses the Liberals of circulating lies In asserting that the Tories will repeal the old age pensions act if they are returned to power and the Liberals charge that the Rothschilds ant other big financiers who have signed the petition to the House of Lords to reject the budget were actu ated by pecuniary motives A prom- Inent Liberal Minister when It was suggested that the financial con fusion that would follow a rejection of the budget would be all against the Interests of big flnanclal houses saidYou are utterly wrong If thu budget Is thrown out the Government will have to borrow The big financial houses get their comml slqn When stocks go down they buy and when stocks recover again they sell and pocket the margin Why It will be as profitable for them as the South African war The Liberals continue confident of winning Many still doubt that the House of Lords will risk everything on such doubtful chance T P OConnor M P says The future of the budget is Jnns complete doubt as over The action of the House of Lords changes every hour On the whole the balance for the moment Ip In favor of the rejection of the budget and a general election Jn January The Irish party now h pee for a rejection of the budget and n new election Conflict with the Lords offers Ireland the best chance for a quarter ota century for two reasons First the paralysis of the power of the Lords removes the only remain ing obstacle to home rule and sec ondly time next House of Commons will place the Irish party in a doom ating position whichever party gets into power TKACmNG Ahh NATIONS Amour IWstudSHU of the Props aiida peeently ordainsd to time prlset1 hopdt1 Rome was a young Zulu1 whose father a prominent chief J- atiliapac ilo a i This young j rlwt wade a brill aut courweln theology and speaks I uently besides his own Iftncuftce PN Mb Italian awl Kniltoa tailMt owever with a pro hOUeM1o tra artrt He Will work among his own people in I South Africa He is the fourth one of his tribe to be elevated to the priesthood In the past eleven years Ordained with him were three China men who also speak English t KNIGHTS OF MLMBDS 0 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Memphis Council is planning to In itiate another large class at an early date and many of the prospective candidates are young men All the councils of Hamilton county Ohio which Includes Cincin nati will unite in a big banquet on Landing day Archbishop Moeller and Bishop Macs will be among the honored guests Next Tuesday more than 100 coun cils of the order will sit down to chrlstophelColumbus olic citizens will hear able and patriotic addresses During the lectures of Bishop J J Keane to nonCatholics at Mil waukee this week 150 Knights in full dress are acting as ushers and over 6000 personal invitations have been sent out to friends of the KnightsSyracuse and Le Moyiio Councils will attend a solemn Pontifical mass in the Syracuse Cathedral next Tues day morning and in the evening the Joint councils will give a Discovery day celebration at the Alhambra The Rev Dr James H Driscoll rec tor of St Johns church at Platts burgh will be one of the principal speakersKentucky Knights are to make an effort to have the State Legislature declare Landing day a national holiday The several councils have ap pointed the following members to prepare the bill for the coming ses sion Frank P ODonnell State Ad vocate Maysvllle Chairman J C Rogers Lexington G L Drury Mor ganfleld C F Taylor Louisville T M Gleason Covington W W Spalding Louisville F E Daugh erty Bardstown M G Hanly Bow ling Green La Vega Clements Owensboro RECENT INVENTION Prof John J Montgomery the well known Catholic scientist of Santa Clara College California has just invented an important electrical device by means of which storage batteries can be charged with the common low voltage currents used In residences Prof Montgomerys apparatus may be attached to an electric lighting wire anywhere at night and in the morning your automobile will be ready for use The charging current may be turned on whenever the car is not in use insur ing plenty of power for every emergency The Inventor belongs to the Montgomery family of Kentucky and one of his cousins is a teacher in St Xaviers College on Broadway DONE LAN FOR STATE SENATE Magistrate DL F Donelan of New port has been nominated without opposition by the Democrats of Campbell county to represent that community In the next State Senate The election is made neecssary by the resignation of Hon George WIN helmi who hits been appointed Post master of Newport The Republicans have not nominated any candidate thus far Magistrate Donelan stands high In Campbell county and his friends believe he will be elected MISSION AT PLEASURE RIDGE A mission will begin at St Pauls church Pleasure Ridge Park Elgh teenth street road at the high mass one week from tomorrow It will be conducted by the Rev Father Thomas F McGuire of the Cleveland apostolate Father McGuire has the reputation of being an eloquent pul pit orator The mission will continue for eight flays and the dally devotions will take place at 9 oclock In the morning 3 oclock in the afternoon and at 7 oclock In the evening OCONNOR IS COMING According to the latest cablet ad vices JF P OConnbri M P Is to come to the United States to explain the existing condition of Irish and English politics to IrishAmericans It Is possible that Mr OConnor may Include Louisville in his itinerary Ho lectured hero some years ago and was so cordially received and enter shied that he went further South and married a Texas lady of brilliant attainments WILL AVKli IN TEXAS Word has been received hi Louis vllle of the approaching marriage of Mitt Addle Bells rUdmon of Kansas City and Vincent J MeAteur for msrly of U 1ao1tlaD4 now publisher of a paper at Comfort Twu The wadding will tW notonniMMl it Coin ort OB Mt Ttwdkjr Tke groefet f isc itl r STEWART 1lDCOrporl1fit CONNECTION WITH HORSE SHOWAT ALZlYI 1OIZYOCTOBER 11 12 13 14 I15 and 16 EVENINGS ONLY The Largest Rings and Greatest Number of Horses Ever Shown in Louisville Fourlu Hands Tandems Combination Saddle and Harness Horses Harness Horses Saddle Horses Hunters and Jumpers Thehorses of Alfred G Vanderbilt J W Harriman Gus Pep per Jno L Busbnell Lawrence Jones Mrs R T Lowndes- Jr Matt S Cohen Ball Bros Jno B Castlernan and many others J W Harrimans Nab Lawrence Jones Gallant Lad and Vanderbilts pair the greatest harness horses in the world meet every night Geo Peppers 14 jumpers best ever seen General Admission 50c Reserved Seats 100 Boxes 5000 and 7500 for Season CHURCHILL DOWNS Louisville Racing Association AUTUMN MEETING THIRTEEN DAYS RACING Vie Lorch Two Mile Cup Race Today- Six Races Each Day First Race at 215 P M ABOUT YOUR PLASTERING DONT WORRY =FALLING OFF =Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTER And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COJNOOHIORATKD Brook and River Doth Phones 2267 Louisville Ky t If I Youve GotII Just 15 To spend for a Fall Suit Overcoat or Raincoat you oughtnt to THINK of spend ing it until youve seen what WE can give you for your fifteen I LEVYSThird II The Bright Spot In Louisville elect Isa son of ColvJohn McAteer of East Walnut street Mr and Mrs McAteer will come to Louisville on H wedding trip DOUBLE EUCirRE- t Trinity Council will give a euchre and dance lathe club house Baxter avenue and Morton on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday October 28 The afternoon game will be evenllngwill be awarded both afternoon and evening The euchre will be givenI on the lower floor and the be given lii the main hall sO that ens will not lnt rfews with the other WAXT8 COADJT t1On account r advanced ap sod 111 kealth tka Bhkt BeT 8tehop J v F w 7Ut7 tULEVS Oct 11 12 13 and Wednesday Matinee BAILEY and AUSTIN In TOP 0 TH WORLD Oct 14 15 16 and Saturday Matinee AL H WILSONI- n His New Musical Play XETZ IN IRELAND NEW MASONICOct 11 12 13 and Wednesday Matinee THE WOLFDi- rect LyricTheatre Oct 14 15 16 and Saturday Matinee DIGBY BELLIN EBTORsuccB PRINCESSSKATING SEVENTH STREET ARMORY Open every afternoon and 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 15c 1 Lieder ranz Hall FOR RENT xror it Entertainments Concerts Ba zaars yalls Euchres Etc For dates and terms apply to S ill BENEDICT MtftrrrHme WALNUT f CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty I Floral Designs 632 FOURTH VENUEBoth Telephones 1030 All ordeal receive promptPatteatios aadsatlsfftctioa guaranteed Foresttot Sari Antonio Texas hut petitioned he Holy Set forth app polntmeut of a Coadjutor It to w peered that the desired appolatarat kill be 1U4e in the Per future 4 L 1 KENTUOKV IRISH AMIOAFS + 0001000 +01N0111011 NNIINNNNOONNNOS m sO N00100N00A MONUMENTS IInI CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediii ingly low prices Call and J MULDOON MONUMENT CO 1f 318320 WEST GREEN STREET e J IONOOIOIOOiIOOIIIIOIONr HOME PHONE IB CUMBERLAND 123 Je JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S East Nzdr Street +u It D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT funeral Directors and Embalmers Beth Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Galls Aniwtrtd Promptly D4or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET ++ t OOIOOOONNNOOO0010001100000100N0 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 I TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carfISriurhahcd on 1531 W MARKET STREET It IIOOINI00NONONNOINOONNOONONONNOONNNt i iran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETW TELEPHONE 810 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriage furnUhcd for all occasions t1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertaker 1IKATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER r Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 BEDDING PLANTS l Geraniums Roses- HeleotroPe Etc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOBSCUULZ 9 THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTHWAVE Both Phenes 223 PRIVATEUOSPJTAL FOR THE CA8E OI INSANE ANB IIi EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters ofMetcfofefe rsonville lad own ad manage aprlvate I for the carE and treatment of Icpane epilepticl patists Both milk B4ftn l atwtfi are admltUd Rates very T orM For further particular apply to MOTHER VREOINA V trW CY MOSWTAL s Nha- a Istt if DENTISTRYHOLD Is the only plate that is absolutely guaranteed to stick In any mouth or no charges I positively extract teeth without pain My office Is equipped with all modern conveniences Crown and bridge work a specialty Prices reasonableHOURS 8 a m to 8 p m DR HENDRICKS Dentist 436 WEST MARKET STREET HINRYAAr J i POLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street Ghas fl Rooers s jfPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES- To suit every taste Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Inks Magazlses and Religleas ArUcl- sOJliVJliRYDORIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street Palls City Cleaning 4 and Dye WorksC MasagerPadEXPERT CLEANER and DYE 1IiJr1 HH4IiNPt 7k SUM CkMMMi U Vnuct Sh11- AH 1 t1 Work Guaranteed Or No Ply News 1MrNBi 1Ni So PNRl IL 1 f HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Put WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 will meet in regular session nlyYt Monday night Division 19 of Waltham will havo a bazar beginning November 1 The divisions at Springfield mare building a ball to cost GOOOU The National Directors have ap proved the plans for a homegoing A fourth division of the order has been organized dat Fall River Mass Members of Division ft expect a grand reunion of old members on Tuesday night Division 8L Ladles Auxiliary of Minneapolis celebrated Its first an1 nlverspy last week Within the year the auxiliary doublea its member ship St Louis Hibernians are planning to erect a monument to the late Rev Father Edward Fenlon aprleat who devoted his time and talent to Irish national affairs Mrs Mary B Daly of Minneapolis National Treasurer of the Ladles Auxiliary organized a branch of the auxiliary at Winnipeg It starts out with a charter membership of fifty At the recent memorial services at St Peters cemetery Rome N Y the Hlbernlahs Ladles Auxiliary and Knights of Columbus were in line and all wore their official badges Miilwaukee Hibernians are receiv ing thanks from the Irish population of that city for securing Joseph Shee- han the famous tenor to represent Irish musical talent at the allnations musical programme at the dedication of the new auditorium- An exchange says there is a move ment among the Ancient Order of Hibernians of the United States to raise 100000 for a chapel on the grounds of the Catholic University Tim order is said to be twice as strong ashen it presented 50000 to found t Celtic chair There are things however much worse needed than a university chapel The A O H may well turn their attention to thousands of their fellowcountrymen living in neglected localities without church or pries- tYOUNG MEMBERS Are Urged to Much Greater Activity by Their- President Division 2 A O H held a fairly well attended business meeting Fri day night of last week President Con J Ford occupied the chair and In the absence of Tim Stone ever reliable Joe Lynch was made Secre tary for the evening Only routine business was transacted Partial reports were made on the picnic and euchre but it Is expected that full reports will be made next Friday night At the suggestion of President Ford a vote of thanks was given the Kentucky Irish American and the dally press for announcing their out- Ing The President also urged the younger members of the division to take a more active Interest In the work of the order and showed that most of tho work for the recent pic nic had been done by a few of the older members WELT KNOWN IKIEST DEAD It was with great regret that many Louisville Catholics heard of the death of Father Ubaldus Weberslnke O P M Ho died at St Elizabeths Hospital Lafayette Ind on Monday morning Front 1879 until 1888 Father Ubaldus was pastor at St Honlfacos church In this city and made many warm friends here A requiem mass was celebrated In St Bonifaces church Lafayetq Ind on Wednesday while the remains rev posed In state Later the body was removed to Cincinnati and Interred In St Marys cemetery 1IINES A AVJNNEH At the meeting of tho Louisville School Board on Monday night Thomas IL limes was elected truant olllcer to fill tho vacancy caused by the death of Elijah Llttrell Mr Hlnes hud been one of the truant officers for several years and always won the encomiums of his superiors The fact that he was dropped In June was due merely to politics but his election now Is another example of the survival of the fittest ELECT NEW IMtOVlXCLVL Priors of the various Dominican convents In this Province assembled at their House of Studies Washington D 0 this we k to elect a Pro vincial It is generally believed that the choice has again fallen upon the Very Rev Father Lawrence Kearney who ban held the office two terms Father Kearney is a native of Lex- Ington St Louis Bertrand convent was represented at the election by the Very Rev Father J C Clark O P JfACAUIiEYS The Top of the World pre sented by Balloy and Austin will bt theattraction at Macauleys Theater the first half of next week It Is si musical fantasy with Queen Aurora and Jack Frost as the principal characters During tho last halt of the week AI H Wllsbn will present Mctz In Ireland The usual matinee will be given on Saturday CATHOLIC WOMENS LEAGUE The Catholic Womens League of Chicago will have Its formal opening today The feature wil be an address by Byron Vinceiit Kanaley whose subject will be Columbus and His Achievement Kanaley la a graduate of Notre Dttue and Harvard Un versities HAUDSTOWN WEDDING Miss Marie Lucille Lowkm and J peoRpie ot II11 lttown are in ce In 8t Joph Ii church IInn that oily text Thursday This Very Rev iFatbICJ OConnall will perform the ceremony Th bride IIB the I canning daughter of Mr and Mri Jobs Lc Ilwa 0 u n e f 11 r 1X Liberty and Home Pro tective Party For Mayor George n Todd For Sheriff ill W Hojmcs For City Tux Receiver Dr Kdiv BoXs For County Assessor Robert 0 Satby PLATFOR IThe Liberty and Home Protclctlvo ofLibertyIt sly111 be Independent In local andunlI clpar politics the sanctity of the Homo fromunreasonableasguaranteed andtheamy In all affairs relating to the public and holepeoplepresstheirprimarythelawsormonopolyf The sold and Its representingsopalfreedom citizenwiththenavalpubliclaws of the land I tnistrationconstruction upon expenditures fdp the controlToI utlon oftheSundayTo thatthepersonsI thelowestpublic service To bring about a reduction In tile tolls of the Cumberland Telephone Coifapany mustfalling= proventthecITo force a reduction In the p Ice of public utilities viz lights watr and street car transportation To encourage and prom Jmate Investments of capltalo or otherwise and to see that th nro protected and that both the corporation and the cltisS be thejRealizing of today are to be the fathers iers of the future we are inii the strict enforcement of each a law of the land for their Prote nst ythepolicy to encourage n strict eat of each and law th jforj 11fleasnessWe r alawpublic franchises tp the hlj jar for a term of not exceeding re years and In addition there lie revenue tax of a certain pert lie gross earnings of all public Inv ponies such ns the street rtt it telephone gas and all kindredesThese companies having a r mously rich from the prlvlle by the people arid now clalI to to which they are not entltle ie mails to bear their propor he burdens of taxation for the pi On the question of tho mat the laws of the State governl ulatlng the observance of t Ui or Christian Sunday we are all sumptuary laws that Inter oro forbid the citizens to follows s of happiness so long fts heII In and respects the law of the h we Insist shall apply alike iii every citizen we are In favor of the a tlon of the liquor morprlneij d all kindred traffics so as to I ll the evils attending them In g we are In favor of dealing 0 1tlookingwelfare happiness and good use people t Wo are In favor of the i1ier Klslaturo of broad liberal Oil able men of Intelligence nnij ice free from tho corruption or nth greed and other undue Infll ho will give to the State their bui st consideration In tho enactm st laws which ate to Rovern t1 US fj- TVo a aro In favor of sclectlni ary of the State without rag Iiaffiliations and the caudldat t i positions to be judged alon Ir personal quallflcatlona and fU Wo shall strictly oppose tlI 1f any primary election at such 1o hours that shall In the lei t0 r1uIlegees clerks or any other pen rig for a salary or wages as 1 t their attendance at said prlnj mentions to the end that tlia e UR opportunity to freely ull press their cholce for all cai r tpublic office We shall Insist that the p re departments paid as they aw t Izens and the taxpayer shall d- and controlled by the citys ad i purely upon a business basing o members thereof shall not In r be Interfered with on acCouit of tlfnir political nplnloiis or preferences That they shall bo as free to act and express themselves as any other free citizen of the community That their rights shall bet the same relating to politics no greater or no less than any other free citizen The public schools tn which every lather mother and the children of trie city are Interested should be kept out of poli tics and the teachers thereof should be selected solely upon merit and thelr personal qualifications Realizing that It Is the duty of the State through Its Legis lature to took after the welfare and the highest promotion of these Institutions we shall hold it tp be our highest duty to lend to Its Legislature a helping lilandstobetter our present condl tionsThe city owning Us own Waterworks we shall Insist that tv strict supervision shall bo kept over that Institution and It shall be the duty o the Pity Admlnls tratlon to see that Ink waterworks shall bo well provided fort so that each and every citizen may luwe the best and pur ut water possible to e had at the same time we snail Insist that said company shall realize the fact that It is a public Institution organized ndcreated for the publics Rood sad that It shall furnish to the citizen the bent i nd purest of watet at the lowest Cost We aro la favor o requiring the City Street Railway Comp ill lJslx streetcar tickets for t entyfive cents dr twentyfive tickets ftp one dollar and that a system of uHlv atl transfers shall bo adopted Weal In favor of the I3treet hallway Comp Y making a tall and reasonable retur upon its invest- mentsI at the same atime we shall ItwUt that the cltl eh shall have transportation over the city and lines of said company Att the very lowest cone eratlon Ve will favor all Ie urn ate enterprises that will Increase the krowth and add to the popultlon of our qlty and add to tho material benefit Of ou cltlnWIth tile toreoln eclaratlon of prin clpI811O appeal to aie lntlllgenc and theirhandsDll 54QIR HTUm NSII Dr diaries Molt UM returned from a visit to big brother In Loadon Oat While the g ntkl doctor wu pato renew his pfd MqueJatahcei MTOM the Canadian border he1 pro fera to live la oU Kentucky M IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Called From ExchangesT I Carrlckmaeross has list concluded a brilliant horse show All the crops Ih Aunty Tyrone are yielding great h rvests I theIvurruuary County Tipper aryThe bricknd tile works atKlngs court County Louth have been re opened The U Red Irish League has been theCount theCotformThe new Church of St Mary at uranomore In the parish of Dally macnab was dedicated on Rosary SundayA Galwayhasmanyhandsployment As a result of a visit of English mining experts to the Dungannon coal fields boring operations are to begin Immediately BnlltiboroughRural respectedby JUdgeforsigned on account of the heavy strain on his constitution Cardinal Logue Is traveling on the Continent of Europe He was given a magnificent ovation at the famous university town of Salamanca Peter ennon of Dundalk fell into a quarry at BridgeaCrln and was drowned Great sympathy Is felt for his venerable mother and sister William Butterly a respected resident of Dunleer and one of the best deadHeand an Irish Nationalist Three candidates have offered for the Parliamentary vacancy In Soutt Armagh They are Messrs Donnelly McKay and ONeill All have done good work for the national cause Stephen Segrove of Dunany has disposed of his silver lead and cop per mines at Salterstown Count Louth to a syndicate The mines will be reopened and employment will be given to many hands The death of Hugh Byrne kcopei or a publIc house at Corcreaghy it announced The deceased was sixty lIve years of age A large concourse of friends followed the remains to the last resting place at Killnnny Thomas Hayden of Mahanagh County Sllgo while attempting tc take a gun from a rack allowed the weapon to fall Part of the charge blew all the flesh off his left hand The remaining balls took effect Ir the leg of his little sister and UK arm of his uncle All will reocver The body of James Brannlgnjj fiftytwo years of age was fat hanging to a tree on his fqtjjj farm near Ballybay County After the inquest the Coron turned a verdict of suicide veloped that Brannigan sunstruck while in Amerfj been mentally unbalance e ROUTINE m S f DisposedLatestMeets dies y I Miss s jijtey presided over a wet i meeting of the Lad ry A 0 IL Wednes tea rhe business was largely nature Miss Mary the only member reported ck list It was announced degree team had been re f wiig and arrangements had been 4 for new paraphernalia Two new members were elected The State officers announced that they were using every endeavor to push the teaching of Irish history In parochial schools The social session and reception to members of the four divisions will be given on the night of November 17 jkYTOLLS FRANCISCANS The celebrations In honor of St Francis of Asslssf at the local churches presided over by Franciscans Closed on Monday and all these e Sven attended On Mon I Vday His Holiness I ed an Apostolic le Jbroughout the wbrlfl ilH Bjitlon he ex tolled tfifJH ilifcr and concluded WW tr Ueges and intuTg of the letter has n vide 1 i POPE PIUS MENAGCIZI 1 According to a cablegran toonv Rome the lioness which resented to Pope Plus Xj g Monelik of Abyssinia fl birth to two cub lIons lions are attracting much from church dignitaries who mltted the freedom of the wGardens V n ROSARY MONTH J Rosary month IB being well ob served In every Catholic parish In the city In nearly all the churches the children of the parochial schools at tend mass at 730 oclock and join in reciting the Rosary and Litany of the Blessed Virgin At St Louis Dertrahda church at 7399 oclock each evening the Rosary and litany lla followed by a short Instruction and ben dlctICm of the Moat Blessed Sac ramentFALL BAIL OX POPE Now that Interest Jh the Cook Paary controversy U drooping the versatile correspondents have fallen back on poor Pope PlulXOu Sun hewPuIeulferlilghad suspended all audiences Next Hay the papers reported that he had not b eo to ill after all and that udiencM would conttho PRANK FEHR BREWING CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIsEa- cellentandPure Approved byeVery one who has tried it 1 elephone 4- 52SENNACKERMA BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED LOUISVXLLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Hems 76717672 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 1913THB 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 10 ff FRANK1 WALTERS ay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREETp Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN OERTEL COINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE lit FOR 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and Jellico Coal Horns Phoni 1783 Sr W Gor Seventh and Magnelli MONON ROUTEBE- TWEEN r LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO A i BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Sprigs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE J DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO littflg and ewlaRsssl KIjjBACON D P A Its 8- ll c rpsi I f I I U WAll 7TISOK DISH ANrEIOAN r I vCo FIGURE I ON LIFE INSURANCE Select a SAFE company with an UPTODATE POLICY that fits your case and gives you the MOST for money The SOUTHERN NATIONAL has 10000000 deposited in the State Treasury of Kentucky to assure you safety it issues every form of good policies and if you become WHOLLY DISABLED will pay your premiums and keep your policy in force Send postal card for sample po- licySouthernc National Life Insurance CompanyNome Office Lincoln Building Louisville Ky 1 ED L WILLIAMS President L KENNETT First Vice Pies J H DICKEY Treasurer CounselIW O HEAD Second Vice Pres JOHN W RAY General BlI POINDEXTER Secretary M K ALLEN Medical Dir- ectorSTORESlTHE BIG 10TH ANNIVERSASY SALE 1909FaII Opening Exhibit and Style Show1910 Today Saturday The Big Store willwelcome you to our 10th Anniversary and Fall Opening Special prices for this event in any department Come and look at the great bar- gainsI and also note themany improvements made in our store 414 West Market St THE BIG STORE Fourth Between and PINK MILTON M MARBUESTONE CO 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- FAKRA1STDOEOILIAN PI o 1Will supply this music if there is po one in the family tt can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite select 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- ecllianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC C ti Incorporated JusaGO 1P rf2TII AVENUE 1yC Quality Coffee at Moderate Prices Thats the attraction at Mulloys My lines g are the standard of never varying purity and excellence Try myISPEOIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45excellentC j COFFEEM I Home Phoar 1333 Elsa XV MARKET STIZISICT J WWXW NNNSMNeNNNNN NNNNINNNNNNNil Creamers Business School iJ D CREAGER PrincipaliiBookkeeping Penmanship Shorthand Typewriting and dred subjects taught Day and Night Sessions Students kiniienroll at anytime Qur system has perlor advantages have experienced teachers and the nicest Quarters of any the business schools in Louisville Call to see us if J ofIISECOND AND BRECKINRIDOE NNN + + 6 eNLNN1NNNN i GEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET fS8UVf N RlH8fARRU The Only Refrigerator Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANG Combines not a few but all feature practical value that are considered Bred desirable in a Gas Range t The QUICK MEAL has NO fl It ranks high in the estlmat public M J IANNON f RANNON JR L CrMliMr Vies Pris f1 TrsasrntuckyVitril IrictTo INCORPORATED O Maatrnu2aotaraerr o VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR StPWETS AND ROADWAYSJ ta WWW JifcmiSt a Will M Ait fet 9ft ad Ok- TILBPHONB 01isTILIPMON1 It L JOYOUS DAY pi pleofStMarysParisi Preparing for Big X TimeI All the Catholics of Loulsvill Join with their brethren of St Mary In wishing them many happy returns of their sixtieth anniversary whit event will be celebrated tomorrow It will be a graud reunion not only of a family but of Scores of famllle Parents grandparents great grand wlkneelder the patronage of Mftry Immaculate to offer their prayers pf thank giving and to beseech future bles lugs The solemn mass of thank Vlng will be celebrated at 10 ocloc tomorrow morning The ofllcers olkth mass will be the Rev Father BtI Westermann pastor of St Mary celebrant the Rev Father Bono venture Cicek 0 M C of St Anthonys deacon Rev Fatho John Schmidt assistant pastor at SI Marys subdeacon In the evening at 730 oclock the congregation will assemble at SI Marys Hall adjoining the church lto attend a musicale given by the must lovers of the parish Incidental tto the musicale the Very Rev Di George W Schuhmann will deliver an address appropriate to the occasion Mr and Mrs Philip A Stark have arranged the musical numbers Miss Mnry Hunold will preside at the piano and Miss Minnie Hunol will render selections on the violin The Concordia Singing Society wll render several selections A featur of the evening will be tho rendition of tho sextette from Lucia with the following voices Mrs Joseph Hubbuch Miss Ida Schuckman Messrs P A Stark Joseph Hubbuch George Middcndorf and Dr Edward Hubbuch SOCIAL SESSION And Educational Treat Is Planned by Mackin Council Socially Mackin Council is prepar- Ing for an active fall campaign Thu far the dances this season hate been noted both for the tone of thel patrons and the number of couples It has been a case of quality and quantity being on a par The re- maInder of the series of fall dance will be held next Thursday night October 14 and October 28 November 11 and November 24 Thanksglv Ing eve Besides the work that Mackln Social Club has in band the council itself proposes to have an oldfash toned reunion and social session on the night of October 25 George J Lautz Austin Walsh John Hancock William M HiggIns and Vincent B Smith were appointed a committee to wait upon Judgo ODoherty and- o ask him to address the club on it evening His will be the onl tress on the occasion Judge herty has a wonderful fund of ting information on social ant jjq subjects gleaned from his it to Ireland and England Kure o will be an educational r the lecture refresh ne e served NTALIJOTT Altho ding of Miss Re iecca Joh John D Talbott of Bardstb jie a church at air It wltl- Kentucky attention ii soc The mar rlage will be vln St Jo ephs church own next uesday at nod ery Rev rather C J OC Eating Piss Nancy Johns rr the ride will be the nmi and the bridesmaids will be a Seth Jefferson of Louis Johnson of Bardstown klulr of Bloomfield Wil ott a brother of the groonis the best man The groomsm 1 be George Talbott Eugene Fjiltbh and George Parkhurst After the eremony the bridal party and the mmedlate families of the contract- Ing parties will be tendered a wed ling breakfast at the homo of the rides parents The bride is the laughter of Hon Ben Johnson who represents the Fourth Kentucky district In Congress Both she and her sister haVe been much admired In oulsvlllo and Washington society steles GOOD RACING TOWAY nrlllB oj The fall meetip r IIi owns will close1tnthe Vic Lor or n two mil thI 80metrackn wdot the t prom a racing log has been very clean racing has been ns but the attendance and have not been up to expecta ftsl The suggestionhag been made D of the racegoors that It t be a bad idea to use the machines at the fall meet Quid serve to Increase the d attendance at the same GUTS CHOOSE OFFICERS v Edwards Comamndery tights of St John the majority of hose members reside lnSt nthonys parish met Monday night and elected officers for the ensuing year They are President John B Fox Vice President August Schwartz Corresponding Secretary L uls Wernertj Financial Secretary LouIs W Itorl1tra gerTreasurerJ- ohn J Schulten Finance Commit tee WIlUam A Drebs Adam Weger and D F Fox Military officers Adam Weger Captain Anthony Llchtafold ret Lieutenant August Schwartz SecoJ1d Lieutenant LmDEIurnANZ1IALLJ Liedefkritnz Hall cprner Sixth- and Walnut streets ls open for en ga cements for entertainments uelcalee lectures and dances lrl- ng the fall and winter season and lower Benedict jg on hand at 1- 1time to give seoesurr Information or to COM contras for the rent o- fjLijejJ the i SOCIETY DIKECTORI A u H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City lIaR on First andI Third Tuesday President Thomas Kecnan Sr Vice ltresitlentMark Ryan Recording Secretary Xhos Lawler Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan Serg antntArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis 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 FInancial Secretary OnoT Keancy Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArms John T Drown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursdaj Evenings Each Month SeTent entL and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vfco President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens F nancial SecretaryJ G liesslon T casurei Daniel J Dougherty S ntlnel Thomas Noon SfrgeantatArms Tatrlclc Begley II DIVISION 4 feels Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street- IPrIesidentJohn II Ilennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Me Do logh 1212 Sixth street RI cording SecretaryJno J Winn Ti easurer Harry Brady Se itinel Michael McDermott Se rgeantatArms John Doolan D VISION 1 JEFFKRSONVILLE Mee s on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall Co nty President John Kennedy- Pr jsiuent Louis Constantine- VI e Qleason- Re lrrresidentRobertor OHern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Sti ndlng Committee Rcdmont Stan pn Martin Fogarty and John Kent edy Y M I JNLXCKIN COUNCIL 205 M sday Evenings at Club i3Q Twentysixth Street JLouls J Kieffer President TliosDCllne ice President Samuel L R Ir SecretaryThomas F ding Secretary Wllilanr 1 SecretaryFrank G- rA Daniel W Weber rpAdolnhus Andrlott ntineld C F Bartsch Sentinel William D And R o 1 i ro1 kthe Right Medicine 10 o h08tgomydaughterf co bad that she could not walk down and could hardly teat her Rile was at time very norvoni and kop at nights We doctored for a then wo used Pastor Koenlga ilbad awonderful effect on bar- r Of all this we struck the right Ino Hits JOIIN SutTu Grateful Jeoaery171h1908I1 Iga Nerve Tonlo ad Iam now very best ot heatthI suffered r ed vitality debility and kindred s had a severe attack of nervousness in weakened and miserable con d ally I recommend the remedy to all they can refer to me I will answer a C J110DLONO- A I Valuable nook on Nor ngamplebottlotlent also get the medlctnt tree the R v JFiTninKoiaio of Fort since 1876 and now by thee i MED CO Chicago III tOO Lake Street Cflst at Si per Bottlt 6 for 95 Ut 91751 6 bottles for JU fated and is suitable for aII1 ntertalnment The grand in for the orphans a few demonstrated that It could ate a crowd If your so intemplatlng an entertain iid see Manager Benedict SCENT DEATJIS oJ Finton twentytwo years jld a rrfllroad brakeman was so badly injured In an accident Tuesday hat he died within a few hours His remains were brought to Louisville ndjto the home of hills mother Mrs James Finton 813 Ol ham street The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Thurs ay morning The young man was cell liked by all who knew him and his mother brothers and sisters havo the sincere sympathy of many friends In their grief t Mrs Mary Mitchell fiftyfive years wasIIon Friday mornl gof last week She lis survived by hJ r husband Michael andonedaughiter I The remains ror osed at Mr Lynchs home 1113 Sout i Seventh street un tI1 the funeral Jrom St Louis Ber rands church on Sunday afternoon IThe deceased ifaa highly esteemed asI was made evident by the large at jndance at thef funeral p ICIEST llUItlEI IN CINCINNATI The remains of the Rev Father bhn Blackman for twentythree tars pastor of St Mary church at Michigan City Irid and for the same hingth of time Catholic chaplain of- tbe Indiana State prison at Michigan CUy were Interred In St Josephs ametery at ClRcIniatlI on Wednes ay Father Bl kman died oil Friday of teat week The Most Rev Henry Moeller Areibishopoft Cincinnati 1 wtto Michlfltt City to atUud the jooQules JiJI celebrated the Pon i Ut1 manof requiem Tbede i1 cIU8CI priest was sixtythree years 1 014 u4 KM a native of Cincinnati tc OLD TIME IWU8ERII President Kteffer Wield Gavel Over Macklns Meeting Mackin Council held one of Its old time rousing meetings last Monday night Louis J Kleffer occupied the chair and no less than 100 member were In attendance It was strictly business from start to finish and there was not a dull moment In It Martin M George was elected to membership Edward Dillon Urban Grater and Joseph Kalbllelsch were Initiated Treasurer Dan Weber re ported that MackIn Council had about 1000 in bank William Kerberg In behalf of the House Committee reported that the improved equipment for the bath rooms and necessary new heating ap paratus had been ordered President Louis J Kleffer William F Burl and George Simonis who had beet appointed a committee to draft ap propriate resolutions on the death or the Right Rev William George Mc Closkey reported at this meeting and copies of the resolution were ordered sent to the Very Rev J P Cronin administrator of the diocese and ttc the Cathpllc press of Louisville A communication was received from the basket ball team of tbe High School at Charelstown Ind challenging Macklns team The mat GymnasiunCommittee push the work of organizing a California Clubthat Is to form an or ganization within the council for tin purpose of sending a big delegation to attend the next Supreme Council on the Pacific coast Thomas D Clines William Kerberg and Charles S Raldy were appointed a committee to formulate plans William Fortwengler who has been 111 was reported Improving Vincent B Smith was present after a long absence He made a very happy ad dress and was given the glad hand by all the membe- rsTRAVELED SOME Louisville Couple Tool Great Swing Through Country Dr and Mrs Peter S Ganz returned home Monday after a mos enjoyable tour of the North andI West Both are enthusiastic over glories of the great Northwest par tlcularly the State of Washington Dr and Mrs Ganz went direct to Banff Canada from Louisville Thence they journeyed across th Canadian Rockies to Vancouver British Columbia and as fur north and west as Sitka Alaska Return Ing south they spent a week at the Seattle Exposition Other cities Included In their Itinerary were Port land Ore San Francisco San Jose Santa Barbara Los Angeles the Cat aline Islands fifteen smaller town on the coast of Lower California EI Paso i Texas Juarez Mexico Nov Orleans and thence home To ta representative of tho Kentucky Irish American Dr Ganz said No I have not been trying tc rival President Taft In touring the country We took our time and saw what we considered worth seeing II gained fifteen pounds In weight that is what the President is trying to avoid The Seattle Exposition is great Washington is a great State and the apples there are marvelous Dr Ganz might if properly ap proached make a very Interesting talk on the trip to one or many of our local Catholic societies His story of his trip to the Lick Observatory at San Jose the old mis sions at Santa Barbara and crossing eachIDEATH GAME James J Kavanaugh one of the best knOwn and most highly esteemed IrishAmerIcans In Louisville died suddenly at his home 1900 West Market street on Wednesday night it 1130 oclock He had been In aping health for several years but lever yielded In his work On Tuesday and Wednesday he was one of the Democratic judges registration In his precinct and remained at his plost until the polls closed Wednes day evening at 9 oclock Two and inehalf hours later ho was dead Mr avanaugh was a native of Louls vUle and was fort five years old He Is survived by his wife seven children and four sisters Mrs Bernard ilulloy of New Albany and the Misses Katherine Anna and Rose avanaugh The funeral will take lace from St Patricks church at 9i oclock this morning CRITERION OLUKS DANCE I The Criterion Club will give Its annual select dance at Llederkranz all on the night of Monday October- S The club Is composed of well nown young jnen of the West End and was organized about five years ago They have a club house on High street where all the members and their friends can spend pleasant evenings The present officers of the club are James E Murphy Presl dent Thomas F OConnor Vice resident William D Harrison Jr ecretary John C Joyce Treasurer nil John Lelsslng Sergeant= atArms ATIIEtt 31GUJRE WILL 1TOEACII I The sermon at the high mass at- st Johns church tomorrow at 10 oclock will be preached by the Rev Father Thomas EY McGulre formerly ofE this city but now of the Cleye land diocese Father McGuire re calved his first holy communion from the venerable and 3ery Rev Father Baxln St Johns church and later Jaught the boys of St Johns irochlal school for six years JL1SONIO THEATER J During the first half of next week with a matinee onweanesdayrTfie Volt will bO presented at Masonic Theter The attraction Is fresh from long run at the Lyric TheaterNew i YorkClty During the latter halt 1urda1 i iFeNNNeaoaONNt November Electioni 1909 ii Ii I ItII ItI AND TH- EStraight l 11- ilil iL NNNNNN DemocraticTicketII Z 1 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 address REV MICHAEL JAOLOWICZ C R President St MARY KdNIUCKY For Your furniture Wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENEt 425 427 and 429 East Market Street eNNNNMN NNNNNNNNNeHOME PHONE 5687 CUMB Main 2712a HENRY FTJCHS It FLORIST iFlowersi POET OPP09ITA Ol2I021 0+ BE SURE TO CALL FOR II- II McKENNAWHISKY IT is ALWAYS PURE fiH McKenna Distiller Fairfield HLy ALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HICADQUARrERS 1OI Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprinlLamb I dtr We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables end all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANTS HEATS ONLY DR J T CHAWK VVeterinary firmry and Horse Shaeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Celled For and Delivered lath Phenis 2399 OFFICE AND FOROE 713715SIYIJVTII STREET Mist++ HH s rare wimu JlAIIPA A- BLALd KQh3 345 WIQrr trat+ L101lOQM- P 11 0r