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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lii I I L 0 II I I It IiI2NTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN- I XXIILNO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY oCTOBER 1Iti IH09 PRICE FIVE CENThm H RURAL Mission to Catholics and Non Catholics in Henry County t PaStrand Missioner Pleased With Reception They Secured Question Box Was Feature in Both the Towns Visited URGED TO COME AGAIN SOON The double mission given by the Roy Father Henry Miller an eloquent member of the Paoslonlst order in Henry county Kentucky will be ever memorable in the his toryof the Eminence parish It was most successful both at Franklin ton and at Eminence The missionary the pastor and the people Cath olics and nonCatholics hope that It will not be long before another effort Is mado to expound the doctrines of the Catholic church to the countyThe W Does pastor of the church at Pewee Val ofhJsmissionbeen working zealously for tho com ing of tlc Passionlst orator On September 2829 and 30 the lectures were given at Franklmtori fourteen miles from Eminence As there is no Catholic church at Frankllnton the lectures were given in Wood mens Hall The attendance was only fair on the first night Many of the natives had never seen muchj less heard a Catholic priest What Wr1hJItsbeen gleaned from nonCatholic min isters and nonCatholic books Father Miller won all hearts tho first night The following night the attendance was almost doubled and on tho third night the hall was crowded to suffocation All listened with rapt attention No doubt his 4 appeal especially to those who claim no religion probably set them all thinking aJout time affairs of doubtthatliereaf ter before they give credence ioithO many falsdhbods and calum iilcs heaped upon the Catholic church by her enemies At tIle close of the exercises at Frankllnton the Rev Fathers floes und Miller drove to Eminence to be gin the mission there As it was the first Friday of tho month all the Catholics took advantage of the op portunity to receive holy communion at one of the two masses At 9 spoketoaddressed the nonCatholics ills subject was Purgatory On Sat urday morning Father Miller again addressed the Catholics and in the evening at 730 oclock he spoke to a very representative audience of nonCatholics of Eminence and sur rounding county His subject was The Catholic and Prolestant Bible ComparedOn morning the Rev Father E W floes celqbrated high mass at 1030 oclock The Rev Father Miller was deacon and one of the Franciscans subdeacon The altars and sanctuary were decorated with choice cut flowers ferns and palms A double quartette from the Concordla Singing Society of Louis ville sang tho music of the mass one of the greatest effprto of Van Bree the Composer At the close of the mass the Rev Father Miller gave an eloquent explanation of the devotion VirginThewith nonCatholics The mission closed Sunday night at 730 oclock with a lecture on Tho Necessity of Baptism The services at Eminence each night were closed with bene diction of the Most Blessed Sacra mentAt Frankllnton and also at Emin once the question box was ono of the main features of interest to non Catholics It was Well patronized and the questions asked showed earnestness and a desire for truth deliglttedwithby the missionary Jtev Father floes was asked what lie thought of repliedTakenmission was a most remarkable success On all sides the lectures and services were praised One non Catholic said that he had lived many years In Eminence but did not know that the Catholic church taught such beautiful doctrines nor that its services were so impressive Many others have asked to have the mis slon repeated in cno near future Another lelYour misison lies commmuItyYouthe Catholics of Eminence wish to thank their nonCatholic friends Jot I lending flowers used in tlesanc tuary to thank the Rev Father lIenry Miller for his instructive aermoRflvand to 1 nktheConcordlft binging Society for its aid in making our services impressive LAWLHR FOR GOVERNOR Mayor Daniel W Lawler Sfc Paul in the certain successor of the late t t t John A JohriHoii as DeraopraHc Governor7 of Minnesota accordlng to a prominent politician of St Paul4 who gaVe out x recent intervIew to that effect The Democrat of MhnteaoU reallM that Mayor Law tor Is the only Democrat wfco can C he Gubernatorial ptam of tho strong Republican State of Min nesota he said He lies won the hearts of all the people of the State by his efficient business like anti courageous administration as Mayor of the Capital and it is believed heI can duplicate John A Johnsons wonderful runs Mayor Lawler is pubusher HIGHER RANK MayBe Bestowed Upon the Present Apostolic Delegate There are persistent rumors though not of ecclesiastical origin that Monsignpr Dlomedc Falccnip the Papal Delegate to Washington will be raised to the dignity of Cardinal at the consistory to be held in January If he becomes a Car dinal he will follow In the foot steps of his illustrious predecessors Monsignors SatolH and Martlnelli As the Popes personal repre sentative in the United States Monsignor Falconio has exercised a anyApostolleties of high diplomacy which are in dispensable In Washington In the administration of the Delegates office sem to be regarded by the Vatican as ample qualification for the discharge of still more im portant functions in the church Not yet seventy years of age a man profoundknowledgedlplomacMonsignor would be eligible to the headship of the Catholic church whilcljmo has served all his life in the humblest as well as in the most distinguished stations When ho succeeded Martinclli at Washington eight years ago Mon signor Falconio was welcomed as althoughheItalyheand much of his work was done on this side of the ocean as an edu cator at the College of St Don aventur at Albany as a priest In tile Italian colony of New Yorkan- damongththii peoples di the Now foundlaudcoast Ffanclscan the present Apostolic Delegate was at the absolute command of the Leads of his orderrthat ancient order of barefooted friars pledged i to chastity poverty and obedience and lie never hesitated to answer the word of command In person lie is slender Tether under than over the middle height with gray eyes and white hair BJs simpledirecta very slight accent 0 10 CENTUAL COMMITTEE Held Big Business Meeting and Outlined Many Plans Time Central Committee of the C K of A hold an unusually well at tended meeting on Friday night of last week President John Schalda occupied the chair Both military companies and a majority of the representedEugene tary for the evening Henry Bos quet reported that his committee was actively at work on the pro posed directory and expected to complete it before the close of the year lIe said that ho and other members of his committee would visit those branches that have not yet reported anti urge them to prompt action William T Median reported that the degree team was ready to confer the third degree It was the concensus of opinion that a big initi SundayInand Henry Bosquet were appointed a committee to make necessary ar HarryVeenemanranged by his hustling committee to visit the various branches Patrick Hollcy called attention to the promptness with which policies are now paid the beneficiaries re ceiving their Insuranco in from five to seven days Attorney Newton G Rogers addressed the committee upon his proposition to consolidate nil the branches with a central of- fIce and headquarters Action on tIme matter was indefinitely Postponed Branch G reported that it had two additions to its ranks Branch 25 declared that it had two candidates in prospect Branches 32 and 642 also announced prospective additions Branch 54 of Jefferson prospectbetweenHenry Bosquet on behalf of the congregation invited all tho members of tIme committee to attend the diamond jubilee servlecsntSMarys church on the following Sun day The invitation was accepted with thanks and time committee de cided to attend in a body BEQUESTS PROS UNCLE Word has been received in New Albany that Misses Mary and Anna and John ONeill all of host Elev enth street have been nearly 1000 each by bequeathedIl Miles Doyle who died recently at Stockton California Three nieece and a nephew in Ireland will receive similar bequests VERy WORTHY CHARITY The Knights of Columbus of Hudson Passaic and Berger ountlei New Jersey gave a chant Hill Monday uUtit in Jersey City BlPopllXcllaulaJ1rIOoJlDor Ke prominent xue U llie fund hit iteeraed will be need In eetab Milac MholaribtM in Oatholi otlefem for poor boys REJOICING Members of Division 3 Enter tamed Visitors On Silver Jubilee Addresses Music Dancing and n Feast For the Inner Man Two Hundred Sons and Daugh ters of Erin Entertained by Hibernians ITS TWENTY flfTH ANNIVERSARY Throughput time length and breadth of the land tho anniversary of the landing of Columbus on American soil was celebrated latTuesday There were many larger celebrations but none more homo giveninDivision 3 A 0 II To tho members oulyItwentyfifth anniversary of tho or ganization of Division 3 and while the silver jubille of the division was pushed to the forefront at no time did these grateful IrishAmericans lose sight of the fact that they were celebrating what ought to bo a great religious and national holiday When President P T Sullivan recited tho Our Father and Hail Mary at the opening of the supper there was none around the board who did not offer up thanks that ho lived in laud of liberty a land made possible by tho daring and indefatigable Catholic spirit of Christopher Columbus More than 200 sons and daughters of Erin assembled at Falls City Hall on invitation of Division 3 President Patrick T Sullivan and a score of his colleagues were on hand to receive and make their guests feel at home Prof Dennis Collins orchestra rendered spirited music that kept all in the bet of humor and shor yafter8 oclock the festivities opened Seated pn the stage worO Michael Sheehan th9 first President of Division 3 Pat IncpthbenPresident J Butler County President Patrick yDthe incumbent Vice President D 3T Coleman acted as Chairinan of thV evening He welcomed all in time name of Division 3 and expressed the hope that all would enjoya pleasant evening He closed by in troducing President P T Sullivan Mr Sullivan ought to be styled tho historian of Division 3 as well as its President lIe was one of the charter members of the division and in his address gave an epitome of the work accomplished by that body from October 12 1884 to the present time More than that he told of the founding of the order in Ire land in the eighteenth century and how it was transplanted to tho United States in 1847 how it grew and flourished in this country He told also of the establishment of the first division established in Kerf tucky at Covlngton how a little later Divisions 1 and 2 were estab lished in Louisville Feelingly ho spoke of the late John M Hennessy who was County President in 1884 and who presided at the founding of Division 3 and of the late James Rogers of Division 1 and the late John J Barrett of Division 2 who assisted at tho bIrth of Division 3 Rapidly he outlined the charitable work performed by the members of the division and showed how many members old and young had risen to places of prominence in commcr clnl and professional affairs All he said were proud of their faith and nationalityState residentGeorge J Butler was the secbnd speaker lIe is a member of Division 3 and like President Sullivan a charter member and well qualified to speak for his organization lie said he was gratified at the growth of Division 3 but expressed regret that tho order was not as large in proportion as in time Eastern and Central States County President Welsh was next introduced He is likewise a mem ber of Division 311 Welsh was very happy in Ills remarks and expressed his appreciation of the honor of being County President He said he hoped to see the time when there would be tenor twelve divis ions of the order in this city At the close of his Address Miss Mary Corcoran sang Time Wild Irish Rose ju excellent style Miss Julia Kelly rendered the accompaniment on time piano She received great applause but failed to respond to an encore An Irish breakdown by Miss Mjir garet Purtellt and Martin Sheehan evoked enthusiastic applause Miss Rose Sweeney the President of the Ladies Auxiliary was introduced and graceful y and happily ex pressed time Ish that Division 3 could hold its twentyfifth anniver sary annually Miss Fanny Kennedy County President of the Ladies Auxiliary congratulated Division 3 on attaining Its tventyf if th birth day and expressed the Wish that nil would live to celebrate its golden jubilee Misi Elizabeth King State Treasurer of time Ladle8 ux1Iary made a 8imiiar fehicitou address One of the Fits of time programme JOl1RMulIIYlancer and hlB fancy steps were q evelation to heyo1ngiJrlalAmeri van j Dvtia3 Hid not stop with aJ IreaeeB inurtte and Irish dances cVheri tlIetmili was eon iudj division county and State officers in a grand march to the hall on thO floor above where supper had been prepared and an elegant supper it was The tables were arranged in quadrangular form with President nghmtMrsleft were State President and Mrs Butler and County President and Mrs Welsh It is not necessary to dilate on the menu Suffice it to say that Iit was prepared under the supervision of D J COleman whose long experience ad a hotel eliot makes him a sine qua non at Hiber nian feasts Everything was in taste and there was an abundance of everything John M Mulloy n member of Division 1 not only furnished but made the delicious coffee and as the night was chilly the bev njoyableTherebanquet board save the opening prayers by President Sullivan After that it was like a family reunion partyWhile eldersJerc TO dining the younger folks wero tripplng through waltzes and twosteps on the floor below In due timeithey wore calledI to the banquet board and turned to dance until midnight For the thirsty me Division 3 had provided a liquid emporium where nil quenched their thirst at will with James Treston over in watch to sec that each individual got what ho Wanted Other members of Division fuestsRtHesslon Thomas Quinn Lawrence Mnckey Thomas j Stevens Dan Dougherty Thomas Kennedy and Thomas Noon while D J Coleman watched over all mid deserves not only the thanks of the division but of all the gucstsoii STOLE AWAY i Popular Young People4 Wed Quietly and L aveJ Town f r When Joe Torpey time L and N yardmaster called time roll I of swltchmenatnoon Monday Andrew J Meagher Ttfas missing Andy +Meagherl Andy teaghienI hecallpd louder butjn valni He never did this b forej 5511 Joe Mr Torpey woke up next da3 when ho read ln the papers thai a marriage Ilc itS had been granted to Miss Margaret Gardner anti Anclfew J Meagher Now Mr Torpej imI the rest ohtIbO yard crews are anxious to surprifQ Smooth Andy Jsj they call jilmmm when he returns L- llss Gardner and Mr Meoghgr were mnamr1e1m130 oclock Mon day afterusa aii Sacred htsMmr- CFatri4kC111 Jle Walsh performed the ceremqny The attendants wero Miss Fanny Sulli van and Frank Meagher After thcr ceremony Mr and Mrs Menghcr left for Buffalo Niagara Falls NeW York City and other points toIbe gone two weeks Their wedding was a complete surprise to all their friends TIle bride Is one of tlmh charming daughters of former Councilman James Gardner Both young people nave the best wishes of many friends for a long and happy journey over matrimonial seas RECENT DEATHS The remains of Patrick LcaJiyJ who died in Chicago last week wore brought to Jeffersonvllle where ho lived years ago and were burled from 1St Augustines church on Sat urday Ho is survived by onq sister Mrs Mary L Donohuea resident of Louisville The deceased was seven tyseven years old and a native pfj Ireland The funeral of Patrick Cummins who died at time residence of his nephew James P Cummins 707 East Brecklnridge street took place from St Pauls church on Saturday morn ing The deceased was a native 6fc Ireland and was seventyeight years old Mr Cummins was respected by all who knew him For years ho conducted 1n distillery at Coon Hollow and is succeeded in business there by his son Arthur Cummins John GLlebert a contracting painter died at his home 2048 Frankfort avenue early Monday morning Ho had suffered from Brights disease for six months and Ills death was not unexpected His funeral took place front the Church of St Francis of Rome on Wednes day morning s Ho is survived by his widow his daughter Miss Rosa Llebrttwo sons Leo and William Liebert and a sister Mrs Rosa Boldt Time deceased was higlily es teemed by all who knew him Edward White one of the oldest and most highly respected business men in Louisville died at his home 1226 South Third street early Mon lay morning Time deceased was eightyfour years old and for many years was a member of the whole sale tobacco firm of White Dunker sCnCoOnly a few years ago he iSIsnJvlveebrother David White Time funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on W 3neday morning Dennis EKeJi1 for many years tortbe1LOullivillepany died at his home 955 TWelfth street on Friday morning of last week Mr Kelly hail been inmy health for several weeks and his death was not unexjwatad He is j1tveralhUdrmore than thirty years an engineer olthL RdNt and enjoyed the Confidence of bill eollaatfues and niMrlora The ftmttol took plajy rom St Lout Bertrads ohnrch 61t Monday aftcmooo F FIGURES Indicate That Democrats Wll Score Victory in November Politicians Are Dividing Time Between Hustings and Courts Outrageous Arrest ofMaj Col ston Forced Judge to Think IS UP TO THE VOTERS NOW Mon do not always vote as they register but this year there are many indications that the Demo crats who have a plurality over the Republicans will have n majority When the polls close on November 2 forLouisvilleThursday They show n total of 54007 registered votes more than 3000 increase over last year They show too that 24731 registered as Democrats while 10145 registered as Republicans and 10131 declined to state their party affiliation Compare these figures with those of lost year and you will find that the Democrats have gained in regis tration 981 the Republicans 044 and sltQwing pendent ranks is greater than in time partiesTltecrease in Republican registration negroesWImlie2000 negro votes they lost more han 600 whites Now say that of tho 24731 Demo crats registered that 2000 are disaf fected Give the Republicans every bne of the 10145 registered votes to t thattI tickets will receive between them remainingtndcpemlent tweon time Democrats and Republi cans and it shows 20481 Democrats as against 22895 Republicans or a- Deimmocrmitib plurality of nearly registraljOn1irrhshasbeen a busy if not an7 entful weck in local political ell clss Not only are the speakers of tire rival parties busy on time liust ings but time courts are even full ot politics The purging of the regis tration list is occupying the County 1ibctnbjtion for an injunction to lkeep Qrlri steads name off time ballot on gfounds of his nlleged jnellglbility and that mighty Daniel in jjudgihcnt legulIQ1eGrpcerj Company Solomon J Wheeler McGee han beien busy re volving in his mindrtjieintrlcacics of tllo ColstonTlptoii imbroglio Judge McGee wlllJhand down his fl cision this morning Ho lies had the case under submission since Vfcansgday evening a 0 oclock Colston is a gentleman Tiptons picture atl6rnstho rogues gallery Tipton llflde been arrested for malicious cutting and forgery At Mayor Grlnstead instance he is a guard at time city Workhouse Major Colston is Assistant Controller ot the ioulsvillo Nashville Railroad Cqnipany It is taking Judgo McGee from Wednesday until today to do clAd who is a liar Major Colston or vTlpion rJt is a pity that all the voters of Coilisville were not able to attend time sessions of the Police Court on jTuesday and Wednesday to hear time trial of Major William A Colston whpwas arrested by Policeman Biicftlcy and nlleged Detective Hcim erdlfrger on the charge of obstruct- Ing registration At the opening of the case time charge Was amended to disorderly conduct Gentlemen like Col Henry Lv Stone Col C C Men gel Gen John rn Castlenjan A S Brandeis and Attorney Ben Washer were on hand to testify to the good reputation and gentlemanly dianne ter of Major Colstoni The chief instrument of time Re publican party was John Tipton a scion of the notorious Tipton fam- Ily which has so often figured in the Police Court and John Is not the least offender The attorneys for Major Colston attempted to prove that Tipton had been apv pointed on the police force but that Col Hnager familiar with his repu tation would have none of him Time Court decided that time point had no material bearing on the case Judge McGees decision is awaited with compound interest by those who remember his remarkable oration on Robert Foster and Tiny Tim DY the way has anyone noticed any of Louisvilles political preach administrationIthe Wprkhouse If Tipton land been a Democrat and Colston a Republi pulpitp01ltIclaJsWouldbavepounded crocus This awful frost that fell upon Mayor Grlhstead and Marshall Builitt at time L and N shops this Jemenl party politic will not stand for an adHiiniBtratipnCthat uphold negro domination ii BISHOPS OONFBRRBD Ii C The ftt auffrtuwn Biti OPothe ArahAiaoeBe of CIcInatl met at the Mnldn M of ArchbIshop Henry A Uocfler m Wednesday to nom i it j mate three candidates to succeed the late Bishop McCloskey Those who attended the conference were CoumbuDlshop DlshoI1Foeyof Grand nnpids BIshop Alerellng ofInelianapolisNashville The names suggested by publicofflelailypassed upon in Rome I PITTING HONOR Has Been Bestowed Upon Worthy Franciscan Priest There Is general rejoicing In St Anthonys parish over the appoint ment of tho Rev Father Leo Grcullch as Provincial of iho Order of Minor Conventuals to succeed atSyracuse mndobyiiiRomeLeo will orderMriymvhmen willbethat time From now until May Father Leo will make his headquarters in Louis vile but if he becomes head of the order by election of the chapter in May he will be compelled to make his headquarters In Syracuse where time Franciscans have their college of St Francis and mother house bf the novitiate of time Order of Minor ConventualsFather was born in Daden Germany fifty years ago and received his classical election in tIme oldcountry When he was twenty years old ho came to America with his parents and pursued his studies in Franciscan colleges and seminar twentytimree dination Father Leo was sent to Louisville as assistant priest at St Anthonys After some time spent here he was transferred to New Jersey and then back to Louisville to become pastor of St Peters Upon tIle elevation of Father Miller to head of the order Father Leo succeeded 1111nas pastor of St Anthonys Since then his record as a churchh arid school builder is well known Fatherf Leo is a man of broad miud1and though a native of Ger mqnYls thoroughly American and as pr lldofKcntucky as one of the fjo ol born Better still he loves baseball and encourages his young fbllnrtci indulge In nil healthy ath lejic sports TIMELYVAUNING1 Bishop McPaul Calls Attention to Dangersof the Youth Time Right Rev James A McFaul Bishop of Trenton N J in his latest pastoral urges his flock to contribute more generously than ever to time Catholic University at Washington and in so doing makes an appeal for Catholic parents and guardians to send their children amid wards to Catholic colleges and academies Bishop McFaul says in partLet me draw the attention of the clergy and the laity to the danger of patronizing nonCatholic institutions of learning Every one refleatedlstatedcertain professors in our great secular universities deliver lectures calculated to subvert Christian faith and Christian morality Theyns sort that there is no God at least as men heretofore conceived of Him no divinely given ten com mandments no church and as fpr the Bible one must be freed from all the slavery to the sacred myths which it contains It is needless to say that the Christianity which these alleged scientific gentlemen attack is not Christianity as expounded by the Catholic church They build up a straw religion of their own and then take delight in knocking it down I must earnestly exhort all Catholics especially those under my charge to patronize Catholic institutions to support them generously and if God liasblessed ijiem with sufficient means to offer large donations that their usefulness Tiu y be extended iand all those departments establish Jl which will eliminate every ex 1ClIoFouryoung men and women toseelc an education where the at rrovedelrlmspiritual Interests INSTALLED IN NEW nOnE 11 Time ne lt61IJ1f in PeorIa pm seated to rchbtehop Spalding by the priests of hiiftI diocese has been completed and furaUhed The Arch bishop took possession yesterday BRIEF SESSION Division A Aa Ht met In reg milan session Monday night but the sudden cold snap and accompanying rain seemed to put a damper on the attendance President John H Hennesey occupied the chair John Langan who had been HI was reported fully recovered John HealY was reported quite ill William CMlaghan Fred Mooney and Thomas McHugh reported approprfc ate resolutions on the death of Mrs Michael Mitchell The division of fared prayer tat theirepbiMuot her toulh Treaeurer Harry Brady sub ntlttted his report showing that the dlTieiou wIin rood shape numerically and ftoanciallr 1 SHAKING Once Stable Government oi Great Britlan Suffers Dire Distress Internecine Strife Adds to time Shadows of External Enemies The Dissolution of Parliament Is Imminent Say the Wiseacres TESTS IRISH REPRESENTATIVES Sons of Erin all over the world are reciting either in public or private this week Englands cliff opportunityEngland andherthe best balanced and most stable distressShadows internecine ment took a recess this week and nightWhile tcdinagitationof a London member has necessi tated the election of his successor and a threecornered fight is in expecttoman the Radicals want to put in thebudgetthey can squeeze a man in between the other two If the election is majorIty make a more bitter fight on tile budgetOne of tIme most curious results of startlingturnfront of the Irish question The first cause of this sudden trans formation of the scene and the shifting of the interest was the ac tion of the House of Lords in vivisecting time Irish land bill Even Englishmen were shocked by the spectaclerthe serried ranks of the Irish landlords mutilating indeed necessarybytlfc urgent needs of the poorest parts of Ireland but the Icnin factor In bringing Ireland to the front wasltodmond manifesto announ Ing the mission of T 1 OConnor to AmericaMr declares that he can only remain two weeks in America owing to the stress of events at home He expects to visit New York Boston Philadelphia and Chicago during his brief stay In representativesindifficult situation than during the months which have elapsed since time LloydGeorgebudget of Irish life is the feeling that the country is overtaxeda feeling wnich was brought to a climax some fifteen years ago when a powerful commission composed mainly of Englishmen and appointed by a broughtIn1 750000 every year beyond her taxable capacity and her fair pros portion of the financial burdens of empireSome this grievance has been removed by the 10000000 which has come to Ireland through old ago pensions but the grievance still ex- Ists and it will exist so long as the present system prevails Tint denial qf homo rule to Ireland involves among other consequences such gigantic expenditure on judges civil service officials and above all on a police force which is an army of occupation and not a body of peace officers as to make the overtaxa tion of Ireland inevitable Time general feeling throughout England Ireland and Scotland is that a disruption of the Cabinet is imminent and a general election at hand Tho uncertain clcmnt in tho situation is how this appeal to time electors will be brought about whether it will be the inevitable re jection of the budget by the Housa of Lords or in the event of tIm upper houso accepting the objectionable bill whether the Liberal party would seek a renewed lease of power by dissolving Parliament at a time most favorable 0to its fortunes Time concensus of opinion seems to be that time Lords will either hang up or reject the bill anti thus force I the solution Government into immediate dis CARDINAL FALLS HEIR According to a cablegram from London Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State has come into the possession of Valuable property left him by aProteetant relative His grandmother was a MISS Wilson a member of a north of Ireland family which was orango rather than green In its leanings I1ies Wilson however became a con vert to Catholicism during the Tractarlan movement which carried Cardinals Newrfan and Manning to Romeatidsbe married Senor Zulueta then Secretary of the Span ish Embassy In London by whom she had a daughter the mother of CardinalIlerrY del Val Sonora r iZuluetas relatives all remained n faithful to their Protestant beliefs and of recent years those of them still living have regarded the Car anal with mingled pride and regret Amonc them were two sisters Oft Senora Zulueta and It to from thorn v that the Cardinal ha now Inherited iiI lara ibare of their WiTh o L n KI3TLTOKY R1sH AMERIOA2aL a I KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGftfl IIDevoted to the Social and Moral Adrancemet- Oftictall men ol Irish AmcrlCans a d Catholcs l of Hibernians Young M ns Americayi t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CClncorpofatedpubllthera SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR NULB COPY SC BnUred a t the LouUvllU PoitoHlc 3ccoodCl M Utter i StAddteUNION T RA DlaeEt COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY v SATURDAY OCTOBER 161 1909 Democratic TicKet Mayor William O Head City Treasurer Andrew M Sea Circuit Judges First Chancery division Shackel fdrd Miller Second Chancery division Samuel B Kirby First Common Pleas division William II Field a Second Common fleas division C Thomas R Gordon Third Common 1leas division valtcr P Lincoln Criminal Judge James P Gregory Judge of Police Court Samuel Jr t BdldrTck County Judge Mulr Weissinger County AttorneyA Scott Bullltt Commonwealths Attorney Joseph M Hirffnker Prosecuting Attorney of Police Court Harry W Robinson Clerk of Police Court Harry C Nolan City Auditor Adolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police CourtThomas MoranReceiver of City Taxes Charles W Millikin SheriffA M Emlor Circuit Clerk Louis Summers County Clerk P S Ray County Assessor Edward A BarryB Pflanj County Surveyor John Russell GainesCoronerDr Ellis Duncan County School Superintendent = Orvllle J Stivers State Senators Thirtysixth district Herman 17 I Newcomb Thirtyeighth district tarp Ryan ear Legislators Fortyfourth distrlctL C Ow fortyrtfth district John M Let terle Fortysixth district Peter J Cos grove IlrjwanIfardinIfardine eighth district lute Huf faker 7homasOConnelJFiftieth district Henry Clay Hall Fiftyfirst district Samuel J Rob ertson Park Commissioners Daniel F MurphyL Louis Seelbach John B Castlernan Aldermen Fred J Lcezer B J Campbell Jr BusGhemeyerJames Dr C W Schmitt Henry A Kremer R Guy Parker J William Miller Ben J Brumlove 0 GeorgOkB Coder Torn M Cllfforu Sam Lcdigh Councilmen First wardJohn Meuhauser and William P Graves Second ward Charles Mann and Dr C G Russmnnh Third wardWilliam M Booher PflelgFourth Schulman and Jerome King i Fifth ward rThomas J Garvey and J A Sriyder Sixth wardFrank Coblens and Michael Leone Seventh wardThomas Lawrence and Samuel O Tate Eighth wardSamuel 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 FlnncganTwelfth J Sand and en C Watson Magistrates DorseySecond C Wheeler Third district II D Robb SllollisFifthMefclemrySeventh D OConnor Eighth district George Berry Constables OsborneBeThird districtrH D hobo 3r Fourth district L M Camp AugustusSeventh man Eighth dUtrfctJS Fields School Trustees First vrardJameB Ramsay wardsJosephl1aFourth and Fifth wsrdpDr Will i iam Sanders O wardsDrCharkaSe1dJatpalerElevestb I D BorfBM WORTHY OP EMULATION The celebration by Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians of Its I ofiducive to Increasing the membership of the order Division 3 may not reap the benefit for years but Its example will put other divisions In Louisville and elsewhere on the qui vivtTto do something better If such a thing can be possible The mem bers showed the true Hibernian eplrlt thcy gloried In the achieve ments of their division they dwelt with pride upon the history of their division they did not hesitate to say they were proudof their faith and nationality Meetings like that ot Division 3 makes better Americans as well as better Hibernians It was a gathering of the young and the old While lauding the living Presi dent Sullivan did not fall to eulogize the dead Years henco when all the present members of Division 3 have gone to eternal rest there will be another celebration perhaps the centenary of Division 3 and the orators of the evening will not fall to recall the names ot SheehanSullivah Butler Walsh Dougherty and Coleman Neither will he tall to recall to his audience All All are gone but still lives on The fame of those who died And true men Ike you men Remember them with pride UP TO TILE PEER What will the Lords do that is the main question agitating the people of the British Isles in refer ence to the LloydGeorge budget It carries with It another question What will the Lords do with the BIrrell land bill Neither question Is easy to answer butt Is clearly foreshadowed that unlesS thelLUr11I adopt both the budget nndStho land bill the open season for Lordly Dukes and Earls will be declaredt rift Only a few days ago David Lloyd George Chancellor of the Exchequer spoke to an audience of 4000 At Newcastle He told thorn We are going to send that bill up to the House of Lords and get all the taxes or none He added that if the Lords tore up the Constitution by Interfering with the money bill they would force a revolution Then he added The Lords may decree a revolution but the people will di rect It if nis begun and issues will be raised that are now little dreamed of the answers to which will be charged with peril for the order of things which the Lords represent The plea of the Lords is that LloydGeorges financial scheme Is so revolutionary that the mandate of the country should be the only authority upon which to accept or reject It and that in thus appealing to the common people and placing upon their shoulders the respon sibility of accepting or rejecting the scheme the House of Lords Is really acting within Its rights It the Lords refuse to pass the budget and If the Government Is thus forced into legal and consti tutional conflict with them the veto of the Peers will be doomed If the budget is not placed upon the statuto book before the Parliament into which It was Introduced is dissolved financial chaos will result because the budget resolutions will cease to have legal effect The entire system of revenue for the British Isles will become unbalanced V In the face of such a coiiijngejidy the Unionists are rejylng5 upon the hope that the Government wflf be forced to come to tlie Jrescue and by r an Indemnifying1 measure restore order out of chaos The Government proposes to do nothing oY the kind but It does propose to lay tpc v reT sponslblllty on the shoulders of the Unionist majority In the Mousier 6f Lords and then to astJe yerlous constituencies hoW ticeyviewthe- matter I+ According tcttUietn Ii irocsPostmaster Robert Enimet Woods mid City Tax1r ieeel erH H Mc Cnlltiih were to deliver addresses at a flag raising under the auspices of the Junior Order of United Ameri can Mechanics at St Matthews last Sunday Wltevewould Robert Emmet Woods and McCulloeh have been had their forbears been proscribed by a society hike the Junior Order d Children of the IilgdmFatJlellIti- are making apologias for tiiair ancestors who buraedj wiiekei in New EnglAtft a century and a halt Ago Iear thmi fifty years frms now rennesiiaa111Ilalter ipoltigeC- t Jxfn w S for Prohibitionists Dyer and Webb Dyer says that the prohibition laws of Tennessee will be enforced if the streets of Nashville run ankle deep in blood ebb in War time traitors arc shot and those Ten nessee officials who do not enforce the prohibition laws ought to be shot Both seem to be suffering from chronic dementia Our own Dr W P Runt is recuperating in a St Louis sanitarium Without the slightest earmarks of authenticity the local dally papers have announced that the Bishops of this Province have recommended the Right Rev Denis Oponoghuo as successor to the late Bishop Me Closkcy Months may elapse before any official notice is given but should Bishop ODonoglme be sent to Louisville he would be welcomed as any other able man Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State Was forty four years old last Sunday He Is the youngest of tho present Car dinals but has occupied his present high position for more than seven years HIs father was a Spaniard and his mother an Irishwontan Now that excitement over the CookPeary controversy has some what abated the dally press is fattening omthe KnoxrCrane pastures Did Crane talk too much Is Knox really prptcctlng American interests Those are the questions RYAN1 RESIGNS Coming StateSenatorQut Job am Deputy Clerk Mark Ryan for the past twelve years a very efficient deputy in ithe Circuit Clerks office has hettdered his resignation to Circuit Clerk W L Wellor to take effect on October 30 Mr Ryan is the Democratic nominee for State Senator from the Thirtyeighth Senatorial district lie could riot legally hold his present officft and be State Senator so hQ prefers give up his clerkship During tho past four years Mn Ryan jias been Clerk of Judge Klrbys curt anti has made an ex cellent am Lit painstaking official During inns tenure of office Mr Ryan has mnnngCd to study law ami has been illllllltlvl lto practice at any bar in Kentucky When ho becomes- Stnte Senator ha will carry with him to Frankfort a thorough working knowledge ofv the law and Is in every way well equipped to reptjor sent his proposed constituents DIAMOND JUnihKK The sixtieth anniversary of tije founding of St Marys church ryas celebrated in grand style last Sun tiny and at rack service the church was thronged The central figurer of course was the llev U II WestCrf niann pastor of the church In the evening the scene of jubilation was transferred from the church to the parish hall where an elaborate musical nnd literary programing was given The Rev Dr George 1V Schuhmann an llluHtrlous son of StL Marys now pastor of St Jolm church delivered the principal nd dress AUCIIBISHOI IN COLLISION Ji Ills Grace Henry A Mbeller Arch bishop of Cincinnati and several priests en route to Madisonvllle Ohio 1n an AUtoindilO last Sunday afternoon had a narroy escape front death Vh n their auto collided with artrolley car The motorman was utruck by flying glass but none in the Archbishops car were bruised although nil were severely shaken Having secured another auto the Archbishop and his party proceeded to iMadisonvillc 4 KXIGHTS INSTALL OFFIORUS p i Last Sunday was a big guy for the Knights of St John at Dayton Ohio Tho various coinnianderics assembled at their respective meet Ing places and marched to Lafayette Hall where a general Installation of officers was held Members of the Cincinnati Comniahdery And the Supremo officers of the order in the United States and Canada were present v 71R LAMMBii4 LHOTUIIM Dr RT Lnmrnerjij will Ilecture ut eveningplyaiciaua its spread Dr Laihmers ia aim inter emoting talker and the members of Trinity Council who attend are sure of an entertaining address HOLY TiiiNmr IlItANCIL A hrsnullof the St ARYiula Society will be established IB jloly Trinity Pariah Qn Sundny O iobr M tilt wart HW In uwJwtU beorie- etU1ated with the MKptety Uuit I if ISTEW1 STEWART Buslncu BlUb NEw y- OH Another Low Prt ed Special Sale of Blankets Comforts and Bedding Offering Better Grades at Lower Prices Than Elsewhere Second Floor Cotton or WoolFilled Comforts In Best Grades X Sale of Comforts Double ed size figured cheese cloth covers white cotton filled valuel 135SpecialI00auh Extra special fullsize Comfort filled with extra grade of white 5valuei Woolfilled Comforts double bed size cheese cloth interlining value i 1 650Special5e0Ueach Extra size Woolfilled Comforts size SlxPO weight 4 Iby best quality each i silkolinel covers valuel 850 Special 700 DRY GOODS YOUR 1ON R M A PLAN M CONNECTION WITH MtfeicvilEEIY 4 M NEW YMUL FORTODAYS SOCIETY 7S S v lillili liJI visitingfriendsJunctionIMiss Katherine Reedy of Crescent Hill is visiting friends in Chicago ville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrsij61m Iteilly art Fred Stitzel of Crescent Hill is visiting her mother Mrs Sarah LaValle of Chicago Henry Stoerr and family have moved into their handsome new homer in Garvin Place Mrs Bessie Cronln of Frankfort Is this guest of Mrs Edward South vytlfof South Louisville ji I1lull Mrs R 11 Edelen of Cliftdii have returned from a visit to Wflends in Springfield Ky MlSs Helen Blanford of Bards town is visiting her niece Mrs Nejlla Talbott of South Sixth street v y i Usses Bettle and Margaret Nc Kenna of Fairfield are guests of tbft Misses Curtin of Crescent Hill Bergman Williams and bride for mfrly Miss Sadie Puff wit return from their bridal tour about October 0yp i Mrs Thomas Gannon and little daughter of Chicago are guests of Mrs Charles Murphy oSouth Twentysixth street MA pretty girl baby has arrived nt x031Sventitare receiving congratulations lass Dee Culllnan of East Thirdr recentlyunderwentimproving rapidly and will soon bee t ttMr and Mrs C F Rreckel and Uielr daughter Miss Mary Breckel Have gong to Chicago and Milwaukee to spend the remainder of the sum T1pMr and Mrs J M Ryan of 1234 South Brook street lava had as Heir guests Mr and Mrs William MadisonvilleOliki JjUViends of Miss Abbic Chester of Pope street will be sorry to learn that she has been ill for the past Yyeck but iIs now somewhat im proved John Weber and bride formerly Miss Emma Wiser have returned from an Eastern tour and have be gun housekeeping at Glcnbrook near Pleasure Ridge Park Mrs D II Murphy of 615 East Ninth street New Albany who re cently submitted to a serious sur gical operation at St Edwards Hos pital is believed to be on the highroad to recovery Mrs Mary turphy has gone to Earllngton to attend the thirtieth anniversary of the Wedding of Mr and Mmes John It Palmer Mrs Murphy was the maid of honor at the wedding thirty years ago John Reilly one of the best known and most highly esteemed residents of St Louis Bertr ads parish submitted toa surgical op oration this week to pbtalu relief from an affection of the eye Peoplestobacpoker hand n prety little baby girl having arrived at his home 610 South Twentys concl street making a good pair his first born being a boyThomas Burkholder nvhu spent two welts in Louisville visiting his parents and old friends departed for Decatur Ill Monday morning where he attended the meeting off the Illinois hankers Association From there he returned to Chicago Mrs Al Koshenrathoft 410 Wenaer street faye BII anionI peeling parts Wednesday evening jn honor ot her brother Andy O i 4 r cf ClnIn nat Among the guests were Will Urn Bahnoa XloltaeJ 8c Blon Martin Oerajhty George KiKocheuraW Iand Mrs Bernard Kavanagh The prizes were won by Mrs Kavanagh and Mr Gassner IMiss Marcella Meagher has re from a visit to friends in New York City and other points of impressedby Frank + J Martin lion of Albert F an attack of stomach trouble but has improved rapialy since he re turned He expects to go back to college hi a few weeks John T Lee formerly of Shelby vllle Ky now of Milton W Va Is visiting his old friend M J Mc Clusky of South Brook street Mr Lee Is a very successful contractor and railroad builder and a lifelong friend of Mr McClusky Those who have met him wish that he would make Louisville his home HUSH BISHOPS JUBILEE The priests and people of the Diocese of Ossory are preparing to assist their Bishop the Right Rev Dr Brownrlgg In fittingly celebrat ing the twentyfifth anniversary of his consecration on December 14 next During his episcopate he com pleted the erection of St Marys magnificent Cathedral at a cost of greatImprovementslege one of the foremost diocesan institutions in Ireland- KILKELLYS BAND William J Kilkclly a very popular young Hibernian has begun to enter the musical field as an enterprise Like Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore ho has the talent and also starts in a small way He proposes to furnish piano and drum music for dances and entertainments and wants his friends to call or to address him at 1053 Prentice street Isis advertise ment appears in another column READY FOR CONSECRATION The faithful of the diocese of Syracuse N Y are preparing for the solemn consecration of the par ent church of the diocese the Immaculate Conception Cathedral The event will take pined within the next few weeks lhe ceremonies will be very imposing and Bishops and priests from neighboring dio ceses will assist at the solemn ceremonies MCLOSKEVHOFFMAN Miss Mary Josephine McCloskey and J Edward Hoffman will be united in marriage at St Pauls church at Lexington a week front next Thursday The Rev Father do Wnegonaerc will officiate Both young people arc very popular in the Bluegrass capital The bride ondMrsMAOAULEYS The Night of the Fourth one of George Aides skits will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater the HarryDUlger comedianroleDuringtbe weokThebothePowerInJAMES MMAHON DEAD James McMahon twentyfour ears old died at the home of his 616SouthearlyWednesdayicral took place from Sacred Heart church on Thursday morning The deceased was a young uian of many admirable traits and Its death oo- aslons widespread sorrWtt CASINO TIIEAIJER Time Casino Theater haa a now line of moving pictures and I today will present a continuous phqtograpn of the championship gaunt between PlttabargPiritesweek and willbe1 source of Interest tQjlt ov rllof time national gaffe jj H- NHW AEBANY KNIGHTS nlN ofur Extra Values in Best Grade Blankets Allwool Double Bed Blankets inan assortment of blue pink and 500grayThe popular Stewart Plaid Blankets full doublebed size strictly 00Special 50color50Sleepmg 600extraRAILROAD REFUNDEDtovorgontdlFARESSTEWART COTELEPHONE NEEDS ofDards1town CarrI Whl1eI CharlesI tRgTUndal FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 859 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Mantgir HBADQUAHrBRB FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprlnzLambf city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market prodacU IxiLSOilYl1liB tAC IVGCO mtS TS OnT DR J Te QHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 7Ui7FfC tULEYS First half of the week and Wed Mat HARRY BULGER In The Night of the Fourth George Ades Successful Comedy Last Half of the week and Sat Mat HENRY MILLER Presents The Servant in the House Headed by TYRONE POWER la his great role of The Drain Man NEW MASONIC Thursday Friday and Saturday NightsI and Saturday Matinee EZRA KENDALLI- n His Greatest Laughing Success THE VINEGAR BUYER CASINO THEATER See the Championship Games PITTSBURG vs DETROIT In Addition to Regular Pictures One Week Com Today October 16th No Advance in Admission PRINCESSSKATING SEVENTHt 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 II5c SKATES 15c C THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed bus Landing day Several hundred Knights were in attendance The principal address was made by Hon James W Fortune of Jeffersonville Hon Michael Thornton presided LANDING DAY IN LOUISVILLE Louisville Council Knights of Columbus will hold Its celebration of Landing day next Thursday even ing Out of respect to time death of Bishop McCloskey the celebration will be of an unostentatious nature The details of the programme have not been completed LADIES AUXILIARY 0The next entertainment that will be afforded the IrishAmericana of LulsvillwJllt the reception tendered the several divisions by the Ladles Auxiliary dhe night of November 1T The ladies are anxious- to e UjpeIMvlfrton Bln th ir efforts to pta i Y r rt i- tt t If YonIljIl I Or 500 100 or ooIIIIII9 you cannot do better than to put it I Ky IntoTitle I IfSavings rot Bank m j Trust and CoIIII mBondsU- I which will UUgivea safe I in ctinentII t 5 pet CentJJ Net aii PianoANullrume For Dances Parties and Receptions furnished by WMe J KILKELLY f 1653 Prentice Street Cumb Phone South 2332y Lieder kranz Hall x3 Jai RFOliEntertainments Concerts Ba zaars Balls Euchres Etc For dates and terms apply to S I WWALNUTfiJfLn PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WwA OIIMlf EACTUAF EAS- amtaJll l c wuwr Tire 1017 WlIIN ri u w KE NTUOKY IRISH AMERICOAIrT y i MONUMENTS I IInI CLASS MONUMENTS at exceed ingly low prices Call and examine- eMULDOON MONUMENT CO II- ii 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i NNN1 NSO NNNO- RNlNNNN I R tNNO N6N tPN iNNNNN N HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J JBARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S Et ttIain S1ree1 HHt D J DOUGHERTY S J MCBLLIOTT i r DatKfflERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day tr Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET ttttt li NNNNN iNHNA e 1NO4 J E TRACY L H STRAUB maI wrr y BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS l EMBALMERSlPurnthed Nana on- elan 1531 W MARKET STREET H e NiNNON Ni iNNNNN tt + + f T T 1Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriage Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETm TELEPHONE 810 1y 1 1T TTT T TT THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All alb promptly attended to day or nlgbLI Carriages furnished for all occasions 12259 MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers I KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses fieleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty PRICESrJACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTRAVE Both Phones 223 e PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS ofleffersonvilleladforthe care and treatment ofirwxe aide etfliibticpatlelrtB Botixmale and female Uetsar AdlniddIGWa oaab1e For farther particulars aPpiY toM M0THLxGINArvnpv HOSPITAL 1J1l1 DENTISTRYHOLD Is the only plate that is absolutely guaranteed to stick in any mouth or no charges 1 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 KIR ftA1JtJ PPOLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Street GUas fl Rooers eelBOOK GO PRAYER 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 Magazines aoil ReliglMSsArtkJes our Jlvnr DY490RXI11ON 434WeatJefferlonStreit Falls City Cleaning and Dye Work- sJ aARYBy Maater EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Mt Clsaee aid PrOssl 7k steiftlwClseld aid Prid SillI All Work GurUtMclorN Pa- yNtHm+ toM M 1 MFlri IV u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been DolrjI the Put WeekUeneral- News Note t Milwaukee Hibernians plan to initiate a large class early in De comber iI Division 1 has two candidates on the Democratic ticket and Division 4 has three Martin Cusick of Division 1 was a great entertainer for the ladies at Division 3s celebration I Denny Columun sot n high nlark in arranging Division 3s banquet It will hardly ever be surpassed The Ladles Iuxlllary of Denver finds a better attendance when meet ings are held at homes of members Three divisions and One brauch of the Ladles Auxiliary at Pawtucket R+ I have decided to erect their own hallCounty President Welsh will soon call a meeting of the County Hoard when the quarterly reports will be received The Milwaukee division of tthe Ladles Auxiliary will hold social and literary meetings once a month dur ing the fall and winter At the meeting of Division 3 Thursday night all present expresed themselves ns more than pleased over the success of the anniversary celebrationThe of Torrlngton Conn have inaugurated a movement to secure the religious rights of publicIan interesting reader of lrigh Jstory that Division 4 members now request him to Tend more than the allotted amount at each meeting Division 1 will meet next Tuesday night and the officers request nil members to be present Plans for the winter meetings will be dis cussed and t programme outlined Miss Rose Sweeney makes a hit as a public speaker She hus solved ji problem that many orators have found an obstacle If she has anything to say she says it Then she quits The Ladies Auxiliary will hold an important meeting next Wednesday night Committees will be named to arrange for the open meeting and reception that will take place next monthMatters of much interest will be discussed by members of the Ladies Auxiliary next Wednesday night and Miss Rose Sweeney the Presi dent therefore urges all the mom bers to attend Division 4 continues in the lead in Kentucky President Hennessy is planning to still further fortify his position and declares that it will be a hard struggle to displace the men from Limerick John Mulloy who made one of the hits of the evening at Division SB celebration is a stav dancer of Irish jigs hornpipes and reels He won prizes at contests in Ireland nnd- vjij London before coming to America From over the river comes word that in both tleffersonville and New Albany the divisions are standing firm Roth are planning campaigns to increase their membership They have a fertile field to work in and should succeed The Ladles Auxiliary of Denver celebrated the anniversary of the birth of Lord Edward Fitzgerald with a euchre last night Lord Edward was born October 15 17C3 and met a martyrs death for leading the Irish rebellion in 1798 This is the season when all can do something to fucrcasc the mem bership of the order Every Hiber nian should have an application and endeavor to secure at least one candidate before the new year There are hundreds of good men waiting to be asked to join thj An lent Order The Ladles Auxiliary is making n splendid showing in Minnesota At a recent meeting of the Board of Auditors in St Paul it was shown that there was a balance of 1012912 in the beneficiary thud and 40000 Invested In United States bonds There are 4781pol idea extant of which 742 call for 1000 and 4039 for 500 each HACK TO OLD LOVE C D Klkins after an absence of three years has associated liim self once more with the Monte nxgrorBlehm Music Company Mr Elkins Is well and favorably rein m bered by many of his old friemlB and patrons of the firm SUPREME PRESIDENT EN TOUR D E Kelley of Memphis Supreme President of the Catholic Knights and Ladled of America is makhif a tour of the States of the Middle Vest In the interest of the Order Ills friends hope lie will InchuU Louisville in his itinerary RELIEVED JN EDUCATION The late Drnf D Spalding of Atlanta Ga bequeathed 20000 for the establishment of a parish school in the Sacred Heart parish of that city Dr Spalding was a cousin of Archbishop John Lancaster Spalding UNITE IN WORTHY CAUSE NonCatholics of all creeds lire uniting with the Catholics of Syracuse N Y In an effort to raise an additional 75000 for the benefit of the House of Providence an asylum lor boys It is proposed fohoha Union Fair and many ministers of dissenting faiths are uniting with the Catholic brethren for the success- of theo enterprise The fair will be held November 9 to 20 Inclusive WHERE qUUROIl PLOURISIIES Church property In the diocese of Peoria Is valued at 23 000000 and Is scattered over twentyeight counties in Illluofe- POPULLUtITY CONTEST 4 ChiokftMW Cbuneil of Memphis Itaa apbnularlty oo Uwit on for young lattiw A handsome pid bracelet is1 the pry aacub rajeijlcibui tl lac fOr his fair fie r flfWe Didnt yourIIGive you more for money than other give you it wouldnt be necessary for you to come to us YOU could go any where But We do give you more and we know it and the people arc tearing it too Over 200 per cent increase in our sales for six months proves that they are learning fast Let us prove it to you now Mens Fall Suits and Over coats 750 to 30 Boys Fall Suits and Over coats 250 to 65- 0MS1Moses Co Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Gen Supt c Libertyr and Home Pro tective Party For MnyorGeotgo n Todd For Sheriff J W Holmes For City Tax Receiver Dr Edir Boss For County Assessor Robert C Selby 0IGDTS OP COLUMBUS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere A council Is to bp oigjvnlcd tit North Itivcr Newfoundland Seattle Council boasts a family of eight brothers on its rolls and their family nnnie IB Casey Tho council at Auburn N Y conferred the first degree on a large class last Thursday night San Francisco Council Is to build cXJcetei1thattheBuffalo Knights arc planning to build a magnificent home but the work will not be pushed with undue haste Denver Knights attended the Kilts fair in a body last night and showed proper appreciation for favors rev calved from tIle Elks Tho Tennessee State Council will have two priests delivering missions to nonCatholics in the field this lI1gelylcfrnyedWhen tho Knights make their pilgrimage to tome and Genoa next year they will also visit Oberam mergait whore a special production prolacedThis has been a great week for exemplifications of the fourth degree On Monday a large class was put through at New Haven Conn I and i on Tuesday large classes were put through at Indianapolis and Suit Lake City FASHION FOIHLKS Shawls may be worn this whiter Long quills are much worn to trim walking hats The all black hat still retains much of Its popularity J Zlbejlne serge and the cheviots are popular for coafs Toques and turbans aro to be worn by young and old this fall Nothing masculine is now fusli lonablo in the feminine outfit Street suits are to continue much as they have been In general design There Is an ever increasing tendency toward time skirt that Is drapedThere has been a revival of shirt blouses which the short walsted gown put In the background There Is an Increased popularity of the skirt with the deep hip yoke jollied toa platted flounce Trim high stocks are taking the place of Dutch and Eton collars In popular favor for the autumn The tucked sleeve Is smaller than the one which Js plain and either may be made In the full or shorter length For dressing sacks flannels and albatross are appropriate as well as cotton crepe and other wash materialsThere Is no trimming on a waist Which gives it so much indlvidualit- as a touch of hand embroidery work or braiding CIVIC iMPItOVBMKNTS I During the last five yr4tNew York City has spent more jnowey on both public and private Improve m nl thanva y two other oIQSJir tike worldt a IRELANDl I Record ol the Host Important ei the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Right Rev Daniel McKenna ClogllerlastThe laccmaking classes of the convent schools in County Mayo earned 4500 during the past year The entire County Mayo Is mourning the death of Dr Martin Cleary oflsllycroyMichael Kenny aged 101 years and ComityLongfordtend muss every Sunday CountyTyronethe County Limerick Infirmary She defeated ten opposing candidates McCarthyMoroghtotallydestroyedlamp None was at home when the fire occurred J S Stewart who represented the Ballyscullion division of the Bally mena district County Antrim in the Guardians and District Council died rather suddenly jountyClareeffected a large seizure of cattle for rent due on the Foster Fitzgerald estate at Kinlea A large number of tenants on the estate of Lord Seaton near Cushion Queens county have purchased their holdings A dispute has arisen over their game rights Norah Donavan died recently in Mldleton workhouse County Cork at the ago of 103 years She had been an inmate of the institution for sixtytwo years The Tyrone and Fermanagh asylum for the Insane is overcrowded and a new wing Is to be built at a cost of 25000 to nccom moddte 110 patients Several Thurles house owners have againsttheirdecline to serve them for fear of increasing public odium Ilallinandied yearsInber of an old Charlesville family John McAulIffe a native of County Cork fell from the clock tower in the military barracks at Cahir County Tipperary and sus tained Injuries which caused his deathAttorney George Commerford inane has been appointed Judge of time County Court for Louth and Armagh He stands well in both counties but his appointment was not expected Tho Right Rev Dr County Bishop of Los Angeles Cal recently paid CountyKilkenny returningtoVery Rev Dr Connlngton of Collooney County Sligo has ocen transferred to the parish of Bally mote Before Ills departure ho was presented with a farewell address and a handsome chalice The death has been announced of Michael J Redmond of MllJinount a Justice of the Ieace of County Wcx ford He was seventyfour years old mid had long been recognized as Institutions Councllhasbride across tho Shannon at Castle conncl Time estimated cost Is 60000 It has been suggested thattime C6unties Clare and Limerick each pay half the bill ON TUB AUCimiSHOP Old friends of Archbishop Ilyan when they gathered to Informally felicitate him upon his twentyfifth anniversary us Archbishop of Phila delphia recalled some good stories about him One was Illustrative of the Arch bishops fondness for children He was taking his daily walk ciao after noon when he saw n little boy trying vainly to reach a doorbell The Archbishop told the boy to bo of good cheer and himself reached for the bell pull and sent a clanging summons through the house When ho turned the little fellow his eyes wide open with anxiety for his newfound friends exclaimed Run like the devil Mister I was playing a trick It The Archbishop was left on the doorstep to explain matters + JESUIT SCIENTIST Rev Jerome Ricard S J of the meterologlcal observatory at Santa Clara College California has been elected an honorary member of time Astronomical Society of Mexico This honor which came as a complete surprise Is well deserved by Father Ricard whose excellent work has been recognized in distant parts IMIOGHESSIVE GERMANY The German Year Dook for 1909 just issued gives the empire a population of 03886000 This is an increase of 3250000 In three and a half years Since 1871 the count has increased by 23000000 Births i jointiI ItOOSEVELT AT MISSION Former President Theodore Roose volt visited the Catholic mission at Uarlobl British East Africa on his I hunting trip The present Superior of the mission Is the Rev Father I Peter Goptz of the Congregation of Detroit LARGEST WHEEL I The worlds largest caststcet wheel recently was turned out at thtrYI teen and a quarter feel in diameter and weighed 8700 pounds t LMijsTtB8ERJn1 I wlterlrtvaltaiOOeO000009 gallonuand New pnouii1icapaofty ci c i 1 I FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and BottlerS LOUISVILLE KY x OUR SPECIAL BREW I FRIsone who has tried it lelephone 452r- II SENNACKERMANBREWING i INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway ahd ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home i I TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb Will 69 SALVATQR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 tf- T B 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Council has no mem ber on the sick list President Kieffer announced thai when Juflga ODoherty did deliver his addres it would be at an meeting of the council and tea members would be asked to invite their friends to the literary treat Instead of the lecture on the evening of October 25 that night has been set apart for a full and free discussion of a proposition to bush u large and modernly equipped gymnasium in the rear of the pres ent structure Refreshments and cigars will be served and it is pro posed to make the meeting the largest since the last election ol officers EPISCOPAL COLORS Liturgical Authority Has Written On Very Inter esting Topic The Rev Father John A Nalnfa S J professor of church history and liturgy in St Marys Seminary at Baltimore has written a new work on Costumes of Prelates InI it he gives this interesting bit of in formationIt believed that the episcopal color is purple accordingly when one or several Bishop are to attend some celebration the persons who have charge of the dec orations secure ns much purple ns possible to drape the seats am kneelers of the Bishop and to hang the church or hall they adorn with n purple ribbon the menu earns the engrossed addresses etc This is in mistake Purple is the color of the Bishops clothes only and of the livery garments of his ccclcsiastica household The true episcopal color the one to be used for decoration purposesis not purple but green The drapery of the Bishops thronethat of his prledieu the canopy over his coat of arms and other places of decoration should be green The throne and the prle diet should be draped in purple only on penitential days rind on occasions of mourning The same rule applies of course to Arcnblshops and Patriarchs but for a Cardinal scarlet should be used instead of green When the Ordinary officiates his throne should be draped in the color of the day- PRESIDENT CAMPBELL ILL It is with great regret that Vin contlans have learned of the serious illness of Tames Campbell for JiarS of the St Vincent de Paul Societys Particular Council Alert energetic and indefatigable Mr Campbell lies accomplished an untold amount of good in Louisville Although President of the Vin centlans he never appeared as n commander he was always n leader and his example was enough to lead thousands of men to deeds of charity Ills home on West Jef ferson street Is being visited hourly by his friends young and old At Inst accounts Mr Campbell was much improved There are few Catholic families in Louisville that do not know James Campbell and all are praying that he will be spared longer to his wife his daughters and to the poor and distressed of Louisville BACK TO GOLDEN GATE Frank Molr of Los Angeles who came to Louisville a month ago to Tlslt his brother Ir Charles Moir eturned to his home Tuesday From Louisville Mr Molr and Dr Moll vent to St Marys Ontario Canada 10 visit a third brother at their old borne After an enjoyable sojourn hey returned to Louisville and for wo weeks Frank Molr spent his time in seeing all that was worth ieelng in Louisville and its vicinity lIe made a very favorable Impression among all who met him REISZPAVLI Miss Cecilia Relsz of Now Albany and John F Paul of Jefferson rlllo will be united in marriage at St Marys church New Albany at 9 oclock next Tuesday morning Utor a short trip through the North klr and Mrs Paul will begin housekeeping in JeffersonvIHe The bride ibouttobe Is a daughter of Mrs 1L Josephine Reisz of 606 State street New Albany and the ortunate young man holds are ponslble position with tho American Car and Foundry Company in Jot orsonvllle DUODECIM CLUB 3 ANCE rite Duodeclm Club an organiza Ion of well known young ladies have announced that their initial lance will be given at Trinity Hall on the evening of Friday November 12 The club members are Misses UosleS Rapp Eva J Walter Anna T Herley Ella V Sqlllvan Nella fae Cutler Katherine Denslnger ilary C Ridge lichen L Resell lnna May Mayer Edna M Sargeant arrie D Herrmann and 111daC ichwelters ST MARYS COLLEGE The superior educational facilities and admirable discipline of 8U larya College In Marion county liave induced many Louisville par its to send their boys to that In lItlW l The attendant fatI St Marynow exceeds that of any former year NEW CMAI L OAK As a result of a reoeiat DUDro1- tbe1utODqUDlolt held in Wiwh nvtoiT a Mewd chal06j la to be 4ded to tIll equlpm nt of tM O f j j ci t SOCIETY DIRECTORYI Y A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dola- nTreasurerCharles J Finegan SlrgeantatArmsAndrev Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISION 2 teats First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretory T J Stone FInancialSocretary nor Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Drown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Str etsII President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecrotaryThos Stevens Financial Secretary J G llession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantntArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 s- Jfeots Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street llennessyViceFinancial SocretaryWm P Mt Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Winn BradySentinel SergeantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentRobert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHern Financial Secretary John G Colo Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DCllnes Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording Secretary Thomas F Bachman SecretcryWl1llamF Financial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside SenUnelJ C F Dartsch Outside Sentinel William D An driott t THE l 9 ERlrE dtc ILStruck the Right Medicine 10 Bhipman Ill August 17 1003 Ten Joan ago my daughter was taken with nerTO disease BO bad that she could not walk without faille down and could hardly teat her elf at the table was at times very nervous and could not deep at night We doctored for about 3 years then we used Paitor Koenig Kerre Tonic it had wonderful effect on her and cored her or all this we struck the right kind of medicine Mae JOUN SMITH Grateful Anthony B I January 17th 1908 1 have used 6 bottles of the woudcrfnlremedjr Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo and I am now enjoying the very best of health I infTered from weakened vitality debility and kindred ailments and had a severe attack of nervousness which left me In weakened and miserable con dltlon Qmtefully I recommend the remedy to all sufferers and they can refer to mel will answer all letters lienLONG A Valuable Book on Nor F EE andtt8amplebottle tlenta also net the medicine free Prepared by the REV FATBCR Kocxia of Fort Wayne IndL since 1670 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at Slier Bottle 6 for 9B Large biz for 0 Catholic Church Extension Society It will be1 a gift from the priests of the United States The Rev Father Evers of New York friend of the printers headed the list with n sub scription of 500 The car wilt be decorated In blue and will be named Plus X after the reigning Pontiff WORK OP CATHOLIC SOLDIERS The Philippine Catholic a weekly published in Manila gives this in telligence Last Sunday acting Chaplain Volz and the Catholics who attend mass at the Army Y M C A building of Ft McKinley were pleasantly surprised to find that anew altar had been installed It was the work of Post Carpenter John Foley aided by a number of the enlisted men Though simple in de sign it presents a neat artistic appearance in white and gold and Is especially attractive for Its orna mental carving the lamb reposing on a book as a center piece beneath the table of the altar being con spicuous and noteworthy Tills lecorativo part was designed and carved by a member of the Twenty ninth Infantry which recently left for the States Mr Foley devoted ills own leisure to this deserving work apart from his many and axactlngr duties in the Commissary lepartment1 The acting Chaplain mentioned is the Very Rev Father T Raymond Volz formerly Prior oft Louis Bettrands Convent this lty INCREASING MEMBERSHIP Thev Catholic Knights of America are constantly adding to their Dumber Front the official journal it is earned that in Arkansas during the last three years both time number of brahpbes and membership have teen doubled The Illinois State Jounell reports a gain of 188 men entofSupremeSecretaryA werehuede retarles Mi with promptness the atholic Xaiffhts now pay claims itiriB from ilva to even doge A PARADE IN n lNII Many Marchers Paid Little Attention to Wet Weather Despite the drenching rain that made the streets of Covington canals of mud last Sunday after noon hundreds of marchers from Covingtonheldthe Holy Name of Jesus It had been planned to have the concluding exercises In the open but the in clemency of the weather made that impossibleOn St Patricks church the marchers entered and hoard appropriate addresses from the Right Rev Bishop Macs and Gen Michael Ryan of Cincinnati Both speakers congratulated the members of the Holy Name Society on its phenom enal growth within two years Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and a Te Deum fol lowedThere IloljNameton and Newport and each year a different church in one of the three cities is to be visited The officers of the federation are W Frank Armstrong President Gen Michael Ryan Vice President W G Chamberlain Secretary Patrick Corri- gan Treasurer The Covington Reception the following Committee Rev FatherJames Cusack lIJ McDermott John L King T F Macke J P HIggins J E Glenn W G Chamberlain J P Powers and J H Collins FEAR OF HELL Has Deterred Men From Wrongdoing Declares Archbishop proposerbyclares that the fear of hell has deterred men from wrongdoing lid says The fear of hell has deterred men from wrongdoing In the past and Is deterring them from wrongdoing today Look at the great motives of human action Behold the young man contending with fearful temptation wrestling with some midday demon The pleasure promised is certain and alluring Religion whispers in his ear Fear God listen to your conscience you know that to yield is wrong Remember the punishment which God has threatened Remember the heaven you renounce if you yield and the hell whose punishment you deserve Now all this yarning is based on doctrine Only whisper in his oar There is no hell God is indulgent or takes no cognizance of human action Strike down1 the great truth and you strike down the great motive But some one may say that it is utterly impossible that we should go back to the paganism from which Christianity has liber ated us Yet one must remember that human nature is always the same and that mere culture will not save us Man is a religious being If he worship not God ho will wok ship himself Deny tile doctrines of faith and you try to kill Christianity and establish some form of pagan ism VENERABLE LADY MOURNED The death of Mrs Richard Langan which occurred at the family res idence 612 West St Catherine street Wednesday evening is regretted by a large circle of fniends The dc ceased was born In Ireland seventy years ago but had spent more than half a century In Louisville and was for more than forty years a devout member of St Louis Bertronds par- Ish She Is survived by four children I Miss Mollle Collins the pop ular modiste Richard and James I Lungan and Mrs Hugh Finegan The funeral will take plate from St Louis Bortrands church this morn ing Her bereaved children have the sympathy of many friends Iin their great sorrow FRANCISOAX JUBILEE Last Sunday was the fiftieth an niversary of the Church of St Francis in Cincinnati and the cele bration continued from early morning until after darK1le brown Franciscans who preside over the destinies of that handsome church are great favorites In Cincinnati Many residences and business houses in the vicinity of the church were decorated In honor of the cele nation The Most Rev Archbishop Moellor celebrated Pontifical high mass at 10 oclock On Monday a solemn mass of requiem was cele brated for the repose of the souls of deceased priests and people of the parish JCERRBURKE One of the prettiest weddings of tho seton ntSt Louis Bertrands hnrch will be that which unites lisa Nellye Commlllln Kerr and Villlam Joseph Burke Time wedding ceremony will be solemnized at 4 oclock next Wednesday afternoon Liter the nuptial rite the bridal party will hold a reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and 1Irs Harry Kerr from 8 oclock until 1 oclock Both the young eople have time best wishes of many friends for a successful journey hrough life- BOWLERS ENTERTAINED vlinghubNewAlbanYPJthclrmanagerWalt of last week After a very enjoyable evening the club members visited tllenlghtChieffor the freedom of thee city MASONIC THEATER Ezra Kendall will appear in his old Tlmrinsurlng1 the last half of next week try Kendall has been making Louis vme audiences laugh for ai quarter of a century JncT every time to 00mec be pUy HArowd d limes j yYy Ct1909 November Election 1909 4VOTE FOR W 0 HEAD AND THE Straight Democratic TicketNNeeNONNNeNNNeN NNNNeeNeaNeNN For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market StreetI SWEATERSAND JERSEYSWe carry a line of reliable Sweaters that will hold their shape and all fast colors InalI 5navJ Coat Sweaters same colors including green and P 250gold P Boys Coat Sweaters sizes 26 to T 15034 Jerseys in all Colors 1 to 250 I Jersey Coats250 THE SUTCLIFFE CO 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