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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u rI cjj u i t 41- ci KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANVOLU- ME k F XXI1L NO 17 LOUISVILLE L SATURDAY OCTOBER 231909 PRICE FIVE CENTS VISIONS 01 Things That Are to Come Give the Mayor Uneasy Nights Judge McGee and Demoralized Police Force Cause Terror i Highwaymen and Thugs Work While the ponce Play Politics FROST FOR THE REPUBLICANS These arc dark days indeed for the Grinstead administration One woo doth tread upon anothers heels so fast they follow Tho School Board the Court of Appeals the demoralization of tho police force and tho senile decisions of Judge J Wheeler McGee arc not conducive to the repose of James F Grinstead He has decided that the man who said Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown was correct in his surmises He wonders how it will all end and has visions of the ghost of McGees shattered ambitions alls ing on November 3 It wilt be then that Mayor Grinstead can say Thou canst not shake they gory locks at me and say 1 did it It will be in that case a sort of give and take The Mayor did not want McGee nominated for Police Judge Now McGee shows ho does not want Grinstead elected by ren dering decisions that will counteract on the Republican party Two dep uty constables were fined 10 jftacli for following policemen and were also fined 30 and thirty lays each on the charge of carrying concealed and deadly weapons They had a right to follow a policeman They had a right as officers of the low to carry concealed deadly weapons but this mighty Judge McGee de clares otherwise Worse and worse still McGee has MajorWilliamtroller of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company on the charge of disorderly conduct Iajor Colton was a Democratic challenger in the precinct at Tenth and Chestnut streets on registration days He exercised his privilege to challenge Hliey TiglitfbTegIs1orf of negroes tin that precinct For this he was ar testell by the pollee at the Instance of John Tiptoii whose countenance graces tho rogues gallery Tipton was the star witness against Major Colston Judge McGee in a lengthy and rambling opinion declared Major Colston guilty of disorderly conduct ahd entered a line of S50 Of course his attorneys promptlyI took an ap peal Judge McGee held that be cause Major Colston did not live in the Tenth ward he had no right to act as challenger there Docs he forget that ho considered it all right for fusionist challengers to wander abroad frqm word to ward armed with hickory clubs The Judge has a good memory for forgetting thIngs There is no question about the thorough demoralization of the police yet many peopto are afraid to complain for fear of insult and arrest The people of Parkland have entered a protest against + Patrolman Elmoro and the charges preferred against him arc of a serious nature While the police are engaged in playing politics the negro thugs and holdup men are plying their vocations without fear A few nights ago E M Frey who resides J at Seventh and Oldham streets was held up by highwaymen within a block of his home First they took his watch and D Then they removed his coat vest and approachingfootsteps men to beat a retreat before they had secured his underwear The police officer to whom the matter was reported cautioned Mr Frey not to mention the matter to the newspapers under any circum stances Tho daily papers supporting the ticket headed by James F Grin stead have hurried to defend the management of the nome of the Aged and Infirm alias the Alms House and state that since the Be publicans took hold that the white and colored people do not cat together As a matter of fact they never did Separate tables hrtve always been provided for whites and blacks But speaking of the Alms storyWcaused tho communion railing lii the chapel to be removed and thrown into the yard Members of the St Vincent do Paul Society who had occasion to visit the institution were in cemed and appealed tq Alderman Joseph Kirwan Mr Klrwan by the way is the only Catholic of the eightyfour candidates on the Be publlcan ticket and who mmi have been put on through a mistake lIe- D cds a fighter for his rights too lIe p made a quick trip to the Alms House and found the communion railing lying in the yard Mr Kir Wan said a few very emphatic things and Superintendent Hummerlmyes explained that he had taken the washedrHow thoughtful that wasl It was replaced without delay 0 Much ado was made over proposed addresses by Mayor Grinstead and others at tho Avery plow factory the Louisville Bridge Company find return visit to the L and N shops These speaklHga have been called off because Mr Grlnstead was Informed that the employee did not care tohhlJIwlIChedWeclt- i3BpllI with Senator W O 3vdfey at the Ti and W ahop UP wNk but mindful of tip M pUon if corded MayorI Grinstead and Mar shall Bullitt two weeks ago those in authority advised that the speak ing bo called of- fMANY RUMORS But Nothing Official as to Who Will Be Next Bishop It will in all probability be months before a successor to time late Bishop McCloskey will bo appointed and until the appointment is formally announced in nome all speculation Is an idle waste of time Humor has it that the Right Jtcv Denis Oionaghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis is first choice not only of the irremovable rectors of the diocese but also of tho Bishops of the province The same rumor has it that Bishop ODonaghue is the choice of Archbishop 10 ell cr While nil these rumors lack confirmation it is certain that Bishop ODonughue would be welcomed with open arms by the priests of the diocese He was born in an adjacent State and received hip early education in preparation for the priesthood in Kentucky Ho is thoroughly American in manner and tastes and would feel at home in Kentucky Bishop ODomighuo was consecrat ed Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis on April 25 1900 and since then lie has made an excellent record for administrative and executive ability The night Bev Silas Francis Chatard was consecrated Bishop of Indianapolis in 1878 Ho is growing old and his Auxiliary Bishop has been a tower of strength to him Bishop Chatard may enter a protest against the transfer of Bishop ODonaghue yet it is not likely With his broad spirit lie will in nil probability want to see Bishop ODonaghue permanently settled in a dioceso of his own It may be too that if all the irre movable rector and Bishops have united on Bishop ODonaghue that Rome may find some objection and send back for another vote At present no one knows who tIle next Bishop of Louisville will be SUMMONED ROME Little Sister of the Poor Enters Eternal Life The community of the Little Sis ters of the Poor which conducts a home for aged and infirm poor at Tenth and Magazine streets mourns the loss of Sister Bridget du Bon Pasteur whose death occurred Thursday after a lingering illness Jli1livcdl tion Her ifuneral took place from the chapel of the Little Sisters on Saturday morning Time solemn re quiem mass was celebrated by the Bev Father Daniel J Gallagher with the Very Bcv Father P M J flock as deacon and Bev Father Edward Donahue subdeacon Tine sermon was preached by the Very Bev Father flock who spoke eloquently of the life of tho dead nun and the selfsacrifices she hind made Six oJ the ablest of tho old men who arc inmates of the institution acted as pallbearers and bore the remains to their last resting place in the lot of the Little Sisters in St Louis ceme terySister Bridget was born in the County Boscommon Ireland thirty five years ago Before she entered religion her name was Maria Hoar Her mother brothers and sisters still reside in Boscommon When Maria was about to enter her teens an aunt in Boston sent for her and brought her to America She lived with the aunt in Boston until she forsook time world eleven years ao and entered the novitiate of the Lit tle Sisters of tho Poor in Brooklyn N Yi Two years later she was pro fessed and then spent some time in the community houses in Cincinnati Cleveland and Chicago While in the latter city tuberculosis developed and fifteen months ago Sister Bridget wns transferred to Louis nIle in the hope that a warmer climate might be beneficial to her All the kindly ministrations of the other nuns and the btjst of medical advice failed to check the ravages of the disease TREASURY INCREASES Judge ODoherty Will Lec Before Mackln Coun cil Monday ndurnightdent Louis J1 Kieffcr presided Sev eral application were presented and al number of interesting dis cussions were heard The receipts of the evening Were largo and tho treasury of the council is on the boom It was decided tq Change back to the Original pluiv pt having Judge ODoherty lecture on his trip abroad next Monday night instead of at a later date Judge ODoherty is always entertaining arid will be more than ever Interesting when he describes the Labor versus Capital meeting over which he presided in Hyde Park London PRIESTS SPJKEOIIA KECOVEK The Her Fathers T J1 Hayes and Joseph Gastaldlfl who were injured ilia runaway accident on1111 draughs Hill on Monday of last week hove almost entirely recqv ered front their injuries Fajher Hayes is pa t rofSt JoBeph s church at Bowling Green while Father GasUildt ii pastor of the parish at ColeaburJr The two iirleaU veie drivIng ironi Bllwheflitown over Muldraugha Hill when the horses becJe frIghtened and ran away = Both prieste wre thrown out said rendered uaeotweiotu PO- Ituy tfcelr tonrte WP net of a wy eertoM i J ii t rjri7 J 1 r 1 TRIDUAN F Celebration In Honor of Twenty filth Anniversary of St Edwards Kev Dr llevcriunn lion Ar ranged Programme For Each Day Uriel Sketch ot Parish History and Its Former Zealous Pastors HAS A FLOURISHING SCHOOL St Edwards parish at Jefferson town will be twentyfive years old tomorrow A triduan celebration to commemorate it has been arranged by the pastor the Ilcv Dr Theodore IlEV DIt BEVEUMAN II Beverinan It will mean a cele bration of three days for tin adult members of the congregation for the dead and for the children the boys and girls wlq will be the men and women tweityflve years hence Teffersontown is only eight and a half miles from tho Louisville city limits and the interurban cars run right to tho center of the town Many Louisville people will visit St EdndnnnLoftiaihtCdays At 10 oclock tomorrow tho triduan celebration will begin with a solemn high inass of thanksgiving with the Uev Dr Jleverman as celebrant Clergymen from Louis villa will act as deacon subdeacon and master of ceremonies The sere mon will be preached by the Boy Father Daniel C P Tomorrow evening at 715 oclock the Rosary will be recited the Bcv Father C P Eaffo will preach the sermon and benediction of the Most messed Sacrament will follow On Monday morning at 1030 oclock the Rev Dr Kcverman will celebrate a solemn requiem mass for the ireposo of the souls of deceased members of the congregation The Ilcv Father Louis W OhIo will preach the sermon Tuesday will bo Childrens day The day will open with a solemn high mass nt 915 oclock The Bcv Father P M J Bock will preach the sermon After the mass the children will give an entertainment in the school house for the visiting clergy nun their parents In this entertain meat by recitations songs and phasesofish during the past twentyfive years On Tuesday afternoon the ladles of St Edwards parish Wlhl give a jubilee festival In the school house Supper and refreshments will be served to all friends who visit church During the past quarter of a century St Edwards line had many pastors but nono as long as Father Keverinan the present pastor The ground for St Edwards church was bought by the Bev Fahtor Louis Ohio now pastor of St Martins At that time Father Ohio was pastor of the church at St Matthews The late Father McCarthy built the Church of St Edwards but was sOon after assIgned to other duties The iicxt pastor was Father Thomas J Hayes now of Bowling Green After he was transferred to another parish tIme Passlonist priests worn in charge for several ycars and among them was the Bev lather dlIIeartValentine and Aurelius C P were also assisting in caring for St Ed wards parish Later time secular priests took charge again and the Bev Father Joan Davis now of Nazaretli became pastor Ho Was succeeded1 in turnby the Bcv Fathers B Wight George Cone and John T TIm In the fall of 1903 the late Bishop McCloskejr appointed the RovDr Theodore II Ileverman pastorof St EdwaVdp At that time Father Bev arman Was one of the professors at Preston Park Seminary A year later rather Bevcrman hind the church reinotcd to tIme end of the lot Sand soon after began the construction of tIle lothlalTellliIm V On ar l4f19nev Dr Beverman opened hlparochial school It la In charge of tIme Ursnllne Sisters froin Sti Angelas Convent I11tb8 Newburg road Besides two nUnsto tch the ordinary branches a third nun ie engaged in te Rhinffmualc lialterRevrmanls nthualMti over this outlook for hla a ishIEWe art growing every day he aak Th openingr of the Interurban line WM oft benefit to the church and to tte sobool LouknriU to rowiag A It Is to 7Ow Ip 0t stJJ iseSj ih l F f l J 11 t 1 lit 1 I 1 1t7J t Edwards parish and schmoil ub tIme rolls on He invites Wnhjs Louis rUle friends to visit his clnjcch during the triduan celebration PKOUD ORE UD S w But Aged Policeman Is Dead of a Broken Heart 1Few people understand time pride positions honestlyInYork City Patrolman Patrick Don nelly who had been oriJtlie force forty years and against yhom there never was a single blackfonark died from grief and disappointment fol lowing the failure of Jiis bomnmndcr to give him a place iuthie Fulton parade 3s r Old Donnelly hall been i iloorman In Borough huh Broeklyn for years and in spite of 14s age be lieved as he was Irish tj tt he was the physical equal of imV man in the department Never ittliis long service had he missed a parade when there were many police in lino mind he looked forward to the Fulton enthusiasmAs from various station hoji es sno assign mont came for old DonnL ly and he made inquiries f You are too old1 hevi as told bra Captain 18 puslngthroughUpOIiDonncllywas suffering ifront deumimitia Ills family antI friends said lib was suf fering from a broken hcfirl They toon Mill home and putikim toI bed and lie ncer got on hmiseel again lIFT TO OJimtCII The Uov Father Hilleimieycr pastor of St Josephs church at Win chester In the Covington diocese is earnestly at work miffing plans and collecting funds for ajiew edifice to take the place of tlielniescrit one Last week he received oftl onatloii of 1000 for the work a gift from his uncle Joseph Seep of Pennsylvania Mr Seep iu a large landholderl In Pennsylvania and Kentucky and is interested in natural glf lid oil The donation of Mr Seep will doubtless encourage the Catholics of Win chester and Montgomery county to be generous in their donations KATHKIt i JmAUXBiImmx For the the Very Her Laurence L Kiiarnoy 0 1P has been clcctcdjpLffivlnclal of the Dominican order Imu tIme United States The cl ctI lKwdH hel- dvrStlumit the Dominican floMe Washington Dl tIe choice matmousNoclccikd to succeed himself n secmni PaUlelIa Dominican nun She is now teach ing in Holy Rosary Academy in this city When lather Kearneys elec tion was announced last week his friends in Washington gave a ban quet in his honor Among the guestswere Fathers J B Clark of Louisville and G F Linchan of Springfield Father Kearneys election must bo confirmed by the InIofficially promulgated DUIIXS CAUSED DEATH Mrs Anne Sayres an aged and JosephsInfirunmrya result of accidental burns sus tamed three weeks ago Mrs Sayres was employed at the residence of L II McIIenry 103 West Ornisby avenue and lice clothing caught fire from a gas stove Before time flames were extinguished she was badly burned She was immediately re moved to St Josephs Infirmary where she lingered in agony until death relieved her The deceased was Sixtyseven years old and was highly respected by nil who knew her After her death the remains were removed to tIme home of her sister Mrs John Mooney 2342 West funernItookplacechurch Thursday morning She was the mother of James Sayrcs well known in Hibernian circles Mrs Sayres was a woman of admirable traits of character and her family have tho sympathy of many friends in their grief RECENT DEATHS Greatt sympathy Is b ing expressed for Mr and Mrs Henry Weber of 2800 Slevtii street whoso twelve yearold daughter Clam Magdalen Weber died on Thursday morning Daniel Donovan a well known member of St Patricks congrega tion dl dat time family residence 1005 Bank street on Wednesday The funeral took place from St lat ricks church on Friday morning Ho Is mourned by a large circle of friends The funeral of Mrs Mary E Lang who lIed at the family residence 2039 Portland avenue on1 Tuesday afternoon took plage from St Pat ricks church on Thursday morning and the large attendance indicated the esteem in which she was held SIms U survived by heri husband WJlUak LangU Alphpnie S Shader M brldegrroom of five week i chieti at tIme home of his1 brides parent S081 Payne street eturhy Slmmmmdav morning lIe married iisim Genevleve Conrpy and tIme happy couple went to New York City on a bridal tour While there Mr Slwder contracted typhoid fever and wail1 brought bcC to Louisville in a precarious condition Mr 8hader death pauleed widespread regret and his bride nfafew weee baa time symnpalh7 of nanjr friend The funeral took lace from Bt Prance of Rome church on Tuesday and u largely attended i L i Tfo Io If ft CLOSING Year Wrings Us Close to Hallow een All Saints and All Souls Centuries Have Elapsed Shiec Faithful Began to Celebrate Ee ot Hallows Great Time For Merry Maids to Prospect NEARING THE ADVENT SEASON November is rapidly approaching and with Iit the great feast of AU Saints November 1 and the com memoration of All Souls oil the following day October 31 is universally known as the eye ot All Hallows or Halloween In Ireland England anti the United States Halloween is rejoicingthuuonethe day when maids visit fairy wclle mind seek other means of ascertain ing who their future husbands will be Besides the young men mid maids assemble and make merry in the homes of their friends A ring a button and a thimble are buried IL dish of mashcd potatoes TIle inI who gets the ring at the repast bo the first to marry The man who gets the button will be an old bachelor and time girl that draws the thimble will be an old maid Of course all these aro fallacies limit more or less of a harmless nature dayisranks as a double feast of tho first class with an octave As early OH time fourth century the Greeks kept on the first Sunday after Pentecost time feast of all martyrs and saints and church records still show a sere mon preached by St Chrysostom on Europetime regoryIIIPeters church in honor of all the saints from which time All Saints day has been kept in Rome as now on Novenbei 1 Prom about time middle of the ninth century the feast came into general observance throughout the West On November 2 the church sol niemuoryoiiIthiesbulvrinPurgatory that lay time mass Is always that for the dead Priests and others who are under obligation of reciting the breviary are requested to say the matins and lauds from the office of the dead in addition to the office which is regularly said on that day according to tho ordinary course and the vespers of the dead are said on the first tiny of November imme diately after the vespers of All Saints The solemnity of All Souls owes its origin to the Abbot Odilo of Cluguy who instituted it for all the monasteries of his congregation in 90S Some authors and church authorities believe that there is a trace of time observance of the day even before Odilos time In all the churches of Louisville the feast of All Saints will be ob served with solemn ceremonies and on the following day tho altars will be draped in mourning and tho priests will wear black vestments as commemorative of the day On All Souls day the Catholics of Louisville will visit St Johns St Michaels and St Louis cemeteries to strew flowers over the graves of their loved ones and to offer up prayers for the souls 6f their beloved dead At St Michaels anti St Louis one or more priests will be present to conduct the prayers for the souls of tho faithful departed BETTER TIMES Capt Condon Tells of ills Observations In the Old Land Capt Edward OMeagher Condon who with John S OCallaghan Sec retary of the American Branch of justIomeland and Scotland is enthusiastic over oil he hams seen and heard on tho other side It has been forty years since Cupt Condon visited relutul He is a native of Ohio but Wont to Ireland with time Fenians at the close of the civil war He was arrested with Allen Inrkiu and OBrien in connection with the kill Ing of Sergeant Brett at Man chester England in 1807 and was sentenced to die with them Tho United States Government used its offices and Condons sentence was commuted to imprisonment for life After twelve years he was pardoned and came to America In addressing EnglaudlatWe have passed through Ireland and we have seen time results of tim- ework WhlClh sbeen done Wo have seen thousands of farms bo pome time property of the tenants men formerly subject to time beck of the landlords We have seen these men masters of their own homes industryforltgdlrigtoelsewhere than la Ireland We have I seen thousands of houeiJ sanitary and pleasant to look at aunt we hare rejoiced t1t 11Ufir proe1 line been removed which too often in time past we heard from visitors to Ire land ewOlda How poorly your neopte live We feel rare that an h Mi ofweaic la the MOM direc tin wDl rwK la makIng Iwlaod Lc 1fL tho garden land it was destined to be by nature We have seen again old men and old women relieved from the necessity of begging charity Old age pensions have at least relieved them from pauperism And we have seen the establishment of a national minI versity in Ireland for the first time which will afford our young men- the opportunity to obtain the educa tion which will enable them to compete in every walk of life in honest rivalry with the youth of time world and I hope will result in diffusing a knowledge of the old Gaelic tongue of our forefathers Wo were told we should find only children anti old men in Ireland We have found thousands of young rig orous athletic men working there improvedWehas been claimed to be done and more has been accomplished and it is only necessary to cling to time party for the final result nn Irish Parliament to be obtained FOREVER STILLED Is the Volce of One of Kentuckys Sweet Singers SpearsBrowimsingers and formerly Miss Anita Muldoon has been forever stilled Death came to her at the residence of her fathjer Col M Muldoon on Monday morning She hud suffered from a complication of diseases for several months but since her removal from Cincinnati to Louisville she showed many signs of improve ment It was not thought that Heat was Imminent until a few hours before the end She is survived by her husband Thomas Spears Brown a prominent society man of Cincinnati her father Cal M1 Muldoon and her sisters Mrs George W Norton Mrs Byron Hilllard und Miss Hannah Muldoon Tho funeral took place from time Church of the Advent DlshopWchurch In Kentucky conducted the services As a chili Miss Muldoon developed talent as a musician Her father gave her every possible advantage and site studied under the best vocal teachers in Cincinnati Boston and New York Later she traveled ex tensively in Europe and was recog nized as one of the most cultured women in the United States Three years ago she married Thomas Spears Brown anti since then made her homo in Cincinnati liar time and talents were over at the dis posal of charitable projects and thousands in humble circumstances sympathize with time bereaved ilIy j lush IRELAND Thoughtful Expression of Able Member of thk Auxiliary Mrs Mary F McWhorter of Chicago National Director of time Ladies Auxiliary A O H timid State President of the Illinois Aux iliary writes from Dublin about her present tour of Ireland and her letter describing her visit is full of interest to oil Irish men and women In speaking of her visit to Temple moro end St Josephs Abbey which is in charge of time Trappists Mrn McWhorter says splendidhostan interesting account of what they wero doing with the Gaelic language movement low the boys who had learned the Irish delighted to tantalize the little shonecns who did not care to learn it by getting into groups and talking Irish all the time He deplored the constant tendency now among a certain class to send their children across tho channel to acquire an abominable English accent If the Irish here only knew how charming they are in their own native sweetness and how despicable they are when they be come cheap imitations of something else they would always remain true to principlesAtBoscrea the Sistor Superior who is French brought a little girl Maureen OFlaherty nil the way from tile Arran Islands and Is teaching her English altTP French In turn Miss OFlaherty is teaching the nuns Irish In the towns everything is very encouraging for an Irish Ire land Priests anti Sisters are coop orating to advance the Gaelic League idea and to promote time home consumption of Irish made goods COMING EVENTS Will Attract Large Attendance at Meetings of Division 1 President Thomas Keentm occupied time chair at a well attended meeting of Division i on Tuesday night if was time first meeting in four years that none was reported on the sick list It was decided to nominate candidates for the various offices at the first meeting in JCbvember This vfUJ give all tho members ample tlmeiclp pick their choice for able men To fill the various offices President Keenan urges n full attendance nt time next meeting so that all may lawn a voice In making noramatlon SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAY Edward Ji Week celebrated his ekhteelith birthday at his home on Vest Madison street last Tuesday evening1 A nmMrofill1s VQunr pYi1daaa eelved maty eonirmttalfttioa find aautoU ct Iu JIppf oawwlc 5 PATIENLTY I Irish Members Await Action of House of Lords Next Mouth Ellorts to Form to Now Irish Center Party Viewed Askance Dillon Excoriates English Cath olics For Stand Against Ireland TELLS OLD FASHIONED TRUTHS The British Parliament resumed its sltitngs on Monday but nothing LloydGeorgebill until the House of Lords tackle thosp matters cnny in November Meanwhile the Irish party in Parlia ment is resting on its oars From Ireland comes the news that Lord McDonnellis attempting to form an Irish Center party which is to be n fusion of the Imperial Homo Bulb party and the Irish Reform Associa tion Time latter body grew out of the association of moderate landlords 1003handWyndhumbillDunravcn and other landed gentry who with the land question once out of the way would be glad to play that prominent part in Irish politics hitherto denied them be bodycoiuicciproposedquestion the grant of administrative TimeIrishLtho fruit of their labors Imperialhomemmiainiycomnposed Jogicallyoflegislativeautonomy for Ireland but who had a strong objection to being compromised by time separatist associa orthodoxIrishto unite these two divisions in such a way that cooperation if not Parhlammmentnry paratively easy JohnOS Redmond upontimic mattelforofBritishdisagreementbetween bytimeEnglish first and a Catholic after ward The Catholic noblemen of England with scarcely an exception arc staunch supporters of the Unionist party while time English Catholic clergy fear Ijko the policy threatens clerical control of the primary schools where it is already established inc Irish Nationalists put emphasis on home rule and urge their English coreligionists to join with them in endeavoring to de stroy time veto of time House of Lords which is time main object to Irish success Recently the antagonism has been EnglIsh of Lords in voting against the Irish land bill However it should not have been a cause for surprise as time English who first invaded and devastated Ireland were Catholics prducadlleumrychurch John Dillon M P iin speaking to a mass meeting of Irish men at Manchester last week said in part We have been exceedingly mod crate in our demands upon time Catholics of England There was a time long ago when I cherished what I nw lunch to be very foolish a feeling that the Catholics of Eng thoughtifEngllalif in the House of Commons that wo charityfromnational needs limit what do I see When the Irish land bill was before tho house 6f Commons there was one portion of tho bill which was excellent tho other portions were open to criticism I mean tho portion dealing with congested dis tricts For once England was gen brous Time treasury treated us well and gave us a quarter of a million pounds annually to spend upon these poor people 111 tIme West of Ireland When we get to this part of time bill although the leaders of time Tory party were absent and tho tariff reformers Lord Edmund Talbot with no penny of interest in Ireland and without being ordered to come by his leaders came down to the House of Commons and whipped in the lobby against this roljef I say there iRa Jlmitto human patience and it la reached when conduct of that kind is shown by Lord Talbotr and lila friends One thing vo Irish never will consent to is to be led by the Duke of Norfolk and Lord Edmund Talbot Mr Dillon also reminded llilo1 Eng Hsh coreligionists of the great wprk of Catholic emancipation brou ht about by Daniel O Connell arid by which they hmmmd profited in spite of themselves He declared that BtJ power oh earHlVC t compel tIme 11 1 Irish LiJw allow time cause ofjIreland to lie latch ont e s1n Time National party he addd would not 0 betray Catholic interests and if the eons wenprOMrlt fought would MvI the CMJmOUn ushook ibt tug IsndJ 1 o 7r Ii- bt I I 0- J IrniiiAJM RIOAN I KENTUCKY IRitt flMERIGflN Devoted to the Social and Moral Advincemement of Irish Americans md Catholcg Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated fIIubllher1 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc l BnUred at tb Lou ItvIII Portoffle is g cadCI j Hitter A irWtallC M Blcall ai t tthe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Greet St ADES00NcOUNcIL LOUISVILLE KYt SATURDAY OCTOBER 16199 Democratic TicKet Mayor William O lead City Treasurer Andrew M Sep Circuit Judges First Chancery division Shackel ford Miller Second Chancery division Samue Ii Kirby First Common Pleas division William II Field Second Common Pleas division Thomas It Gordon Third Common Pleas division miter P Lincoln Criminal Judge James P Gregory Judge of Police CourtSamuel J Itoldrick County Judge Mulr Welsslnger County Attorney A Scott Bullltt Commonwealths Attorney Josept M Huffaltcr Prosecuting Attorney of Poll cO Court Harry W lloblnson Clerk of Police Court Harry C1 1 Nehnn City Auditor Adolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police Court Thomas Moran llecclver of City Taxes Charles W Millikinr SheriffA M Emler Circuit Clerk Louis Summers County Clerk P S Ray County Assessor Kdward A hurryJailerJohn 15 1flanz County Surveyor John Russell HnlnesCoronerDr Ellis Duncan County School Superintendent Orville J Stivers State Senators Thirtysixth district Herman D XcwcombThirtyeighth district Mark Ryan Legislators Fortyfourth district L C Ow ings Fortyfifth districtJohn M Let tore Fortysixth district Peter J Cos grove Fortyseventh distrlct Rowan ICnrdinFortyeighth district IHte Huf fnker Fort nlnth district Thomas OConnell Fiftieth districtHenry Clay Hall Fiftyfirst district Samuel J Robertson Park Commissioners MurphyLouis John B Castleman Aldermen Fred J Lcezcr B J Campbell Jr Dr John II lUischeinejer James Trcasy Dr C W Schmitt Henry A Kroiner H Guy Parker J1 William Miller Hen J llrunilove George 13 Coder John M Clifford Sam Ledigh t Councilmen First ward John Iseuhauser and William lt Graves Second ward Charles Mann and Dr C G Itussmhhn Third Avard William MI Boohcr PflelgFourth Schulman and Jerome King Fifth ward Thomas J1 Carrey and 3tt Snyder Sixth ward Frank Coblena and Michael Leone SeventhwardThomas Lawrence imd Samuel G Tate Eighth wardSamuel W Greene and lJ Morrow Ninth ward Michael McDermott and DDCoeman TQntllwardnundolph Thomas and Henry Wolff J Eleventh wardDr C F Melton and Charles J Flrinegan Twelfth word Ben Jj Sand and Ben eX Watson Magistrates DorseySecond C Wheeler Third district Hi D Robb Fourth district S S llollis Fifth district Frank Dacher McglemrySeventh D OCeinbrElffhth disirictOcorgo Berry Constables First dlstrlctChar T Osborne fS oon l district J W Floore Third dlstrletIID Robb Jr Fourth district L M Camp AugustusSlan KlflUh dfitrlciX S Fields School Trustees Jlrst wardJames ninyfeecona aDdu Third wardsJoseph 10cFourth and Fifth wardsDr WUl lam Sanders Eighth and Ninth wsrdsDs h rise L KdU n JdS tw aIjPII f MAKING CITIZENS Under tho head of Makln Citizens tho Philadelphia North American expatiates at length on tho big parade held in that city Inst Sunday hi commemoration of the birth of Father Theobald Mathew the great temperance advocate What appears to appeal most to tho editor of the North American is not so much the cause in which men were marching as it was the presence of boys and young men in thi parade Hear him The predominating element S In the procession was boys and younj men stlllinthe fotmatfve period Many of the companies were so per feet in evolutions that they woult have done credit to the Kaiser1 drill Sergeants On the scoro ot the military training and disciplim alone these companies are doing an inestimable work for the community Not that they are educating soldiers but that they are training citizens For in the drill School the boy learns often for the first time the lesson of community Interest H comes to know that he is not an isolated individual with no respon sibillties He finds out that ho IIs part of a machine of which he S is also part owner and that the success and reputation and honor of that machine depend on how well ho does his part and how cheerfully he makes personal sacrifices for it It becomes a pleasure for him to make those sacrifices as 1 Is a glory to him when his company or regimen wins gloryii And so this boy is trained for his part in the larger machine the city or the State Longago the political leaders learned the value of march ing clubs and similar organization as aids In training men for the work of the political machine But the political club appeals only to the common love for the spectacular and the blind prejudice of party On tin other hand back of the marching clubs of the Catholjc temperance so cieties Is the divine principle of self denial and nl the educational forces that the great church is bringing to develop the characters of these boys to make them Godbearing men and responsible citizens of the State The editor of the North American is not a pioneer in discovering the necessity for inculcating llessons of selfcontrol of selfsacrlflce and patriotism Into youth at its form ative period Our Saviour did that years ago when Ho said Suffer little children to come unto me Since then time Catholic church has ever been the guide guardian and instructor of youlh not only in the old world but in the new The success or failure of the American experiment In free govern incut depends on the character of tho nations citizens Every force that contributes to tho development of the national character along the Inca of high purpose selfdenial and nsonseof Individual responsibility to our neighbors to our local community td our State and nation and for all these to a high power Is of untold value This is what the Catholic church is striving forkIt is for this she is building and maintaining schools colleges and acad emies ItnftCULOUS SPECULATION Rome correspondents the dally American press continue to make and unmake Cardinals for the church In the United States To the uninitiated some of these arguments look decidedly plausible To Catholics either of the American or European brand who understand anything about tho church these cablegrams and neWs letters are utterly ridiculous One of the latest of these canards is tit the effect that the Pope Intended to namo another American Cardinal It outlined for Pope Pius X an allocution flint would devote more space to the United States than to other countries Later it knocks this Iin the head by saying that the Yankees could not agree on who was to be the Crlinalnnd mcntions Archblshopa Ireland Fancy and D ConnelL Catholics who read little in Oath pllc papers take aUtheSe stories ovueh tq fioart tIIe Pope does not naake Cardinals to order like a pair jf New England boots ra tariff bl11 When the Hmel1is ripe the sited States will get all the Oar male coming to hertan that fjihu naay be not far dlitHiit I KgAVI KJTIUTON XturffjettUa In tto Itort and NOrth 1m1 bii th voter than In the State and municipal elections This does not hold true of Louisville Lastiarwas a Presidentiali I year yet there were man voters who did not even register This time it Is a municipal and county election and the regis tration lists show an increase of 3000 What does it mean It means thnt the voters of Louisville arc alive to the situation that they consider the government of Louisville and of Jefferson county a family matter that they consider that municipal government is responsible for the protection ol their property and their health for the ate of the streets for the si- tbof tax rate and for many other things that effect us seriously The large registration this year shows that the voters of Louisville have considered all these things and will go to the polls on November S to vote for the candidates that stand for good government The rln hester Democrat say s Hiram Carpenter aged eightyfiv years died at his home in Bat county Thursday Mr Carpentei was fond of tobacco and coffee nnll lila friends put a hand of tobacc and a pound of coffee in his casket But suppose Hiram had been lond of horses and whisky what then The Grinstcad administration 1m been forced to make an additlona tax levy That was a foregone con elusion just as Is the present Mayors ineligibility to succeed him self Time desperation of Police Judge MoGce and Chief Hanger has utterlj demoralized the Louisville police Three Unsportsmanlike gambler are always desperate The frost that Mayor Grinsteai got at the L and N shops Averys the Kentucky Bridge Company another large manufactories l11s rather amazed him Tho Police Court Judge the Chi of Police and tho Captains have lost their heads figuratively now Nex month theywill loje them phy ideally Be careful when on the street Never walk behind a policeman Judge McGee has ruled that it IsI disorderly conduct Do not scrutinize a policeman on tho street lie might think you were following him NEWAMJANV LADY DEAD Mrs fuse Oetkeri one of the best known ladles In New Albany died at her home U33 East Market street in that city at noon Wednesday She was sixtynine yours old and was a native of Oldenburg Germany In 1870 she came to America with her husband August Oetken who sur rives her The following children also survive Mrs Charles Broil of Little Rock Ark Miss Hermine anti Messrs William August and John Oetkon all of New Albany Mrs Oetken was a lifelong member of the German Evangelical church EUChRE LOTTO DANCE Trinity Council is preparing to jive ft mammoth euchre lotto and lance at time new and handsome hub house next Wednesday after noon and evening Time committee in barge expect a largo attendance iml already have on hand n larger umber of more beautiful prizes ban over before It Is proposed to nuke it the largest euchre ever held In Louisville but the commtteo will rondo accommodations for all The ifternoon euchre will begin at 215 clock antI tho evening games at 1J5 oclock llUKATj 3USSION Jhc mission at St Pauls church Llensure Ridge Park this week is Doing wen attended when it iscon tfdered how few are time Catholics in that sparsely settled part of Jeffer Ron county The missioner the nev- IFather Thomas F McGuire of the Cleveland diocese nnd the pastor oft Pauls Rev Father Van tie Pitte ire highly pleased with the attend vnco both morning anti evening The mission will close tomorrow evening ut 730 Oclock DU LAMMEUS LECTURE Dr lion J Lainmers gave an en tertaining and Instructive lecture last Monday night on typhoid lever before time members of Trinity Coun cllI He Illustrated his subject with Ingrains on the blackboard Ills iddress was lull of absorbing inter jst which became doubly interest igtoni the fact that lr Ltlmmers Is a member of the council The attendance was large In tho absence if President Kelly Thomas J Oar ey presided SERIOUSLY HURT Murtden DeCoursey a brakeman for time Louisville 1i Nashville Rail oatl Company was seriously injured while in the performance cf tK duties at Lebanon last Mon4- I Y- AtI time time he ii as standing Ibe ween the cab and the tender He eaned too far out and was struck by a car on an opposite track He waS picked up unconscious and brought to his home in Highland ark Ills friends hope for his peedy recovery LIFES WORK ENDEII Rev Mother Emily Superior of lie Dominican Sisters at Slnslnawa Vlsjllled at time convent there last Saturday Mother Emily was sixty hrea years old She directed fjfty- lesionn hou es nail more thin 1000 11ns IWo in1ic OOLLICGX- t Ignatiul College lilcago ucla ii conducted by the Jesuits b added a d1sal dPYtZiflt It nn aftsutl with thu miaoia Medi eal ttuJ anr tiIM0 t 1 EXCEPTiONAL HOUSEFURNISHING OPPORTUNITIES H Offered In the Following List of Low Prices t t ImportedLowPriced Specials in Sale of RoomSize Rugs in I L BodyacFifth I 0Dining Chairs in quartered and polished Floor oak square legs Ofj 25Brussels and At Special rrices banister back German flat leather seats Special Library Couch in oak or mahogany finished frame closelyl tufted Tapestry 3 All 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TFURNISHTHE HOME- r JDeOpOIItON THE ON R M A PLAN HI C8NNECTIOM WITH JAMLS MoGKEEgY 4 IMW YMUL HOUSEHOLD CLUB PLAN I SOGIETY IK fromlaMiss Minnie Murray has as lie guest her brother Eugene Murray of Latoniu1 Mrs J II Sullivan of Parkland hits as her guest Mrs J II Dooley of Brandenburg Francis McCabe of Tennessee iis spending the week as the guest IIf Mra Mrs Ellen Bessie Burns CliftonIII Is spending this week as time gues of Col and Mrs Albert Scott I Mrs Elizabeth Cronin of Indian I apolis has returned home after aI flJcffersonvIlleflI Miss Margaret Bradley has returned to her home in Portland after spending three months relatives in Perryvllle withIII UOClIPOltlIndI I short visit to his sister Mrs William r Kelly of Kfew AlbnnIII Miss Jean Griffith of Columbus Ind Is spending a few weeks In Jet fersonville as tnc guest of her Cousin Miss Jean DI111ccII nml1lissyule have gone to Denver and New Mexico to spend the winterII Mr and Mrs Martin McGee have returned from New lEaven wherE they visited Mr McGces parents Mr nnd Mrs Patrick eGceII Miss Margaret Luffah has re turned home after spending a week with Miss Nell Morgan nt her coun try home near Henryville hid Misses Lilly nnd Norma Keiran have returned to their home In Clifton after spending the last four weeks with relatives in IoulsiI1eII To the great delight of her friends Mrs Philip McGoveru who has been on the sjck list at her home in Flora Heights is able to be out again Miss Edith Malone entertained at her home on Willow avenue yester lay afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Mary Plnuell of In dianapolis Miss Katie Mahoney of Now Hope and Miss Mary Elder of Taylors vllle have returned home after spending n week us guests of Miss Adeline Ke1tlcW G ORourlie L D1 Hun anti Manuel Kirk mill well known rail road men have returned from a trip to St Louis Cairo Charleston Mo twd Evansville Mrs Ehrow Rapier of Now Haven who was operated upon for appendicitis nt St Josephs In firmary last week iitt doing as well as cnn be expected The mummy friends of Mr anti Mrs William J Norton will regret to earn that their son Victor is ill vith typhoid Lover at time family res deuce on Fifth street MlssEllzabeth McManiis has re turned to her home in New Albany fter a sojourn of two years in Colorado To time gratification of her friends her health has been greatly improved Miss Bertha L Receveur and Joseph M Andrews will be united in marriage at St Marys of the Knobs cbur bnlar New Albany next ueiday morning Both are popular In Floyd county society circles Miss Catherine Casey of Jeffe onville submitted to a serious ruin JoserllRlJhflrrilflry ccountfl ws resting as coriiff rtably s possible under the qircumstaucesy Misses Mary speak Mary 01 Inc laymo Cqiuiingliam and Meaws GiJorjI Rankfri Martin C nick Tr and Dana Alexander tjoinpoBcd A- Part of young folks that attended he dance at the Lakeland Insane sylum last Saturday night 0 Miss Catherine T Uhy who N nUy rabmliM Eos Mriot anr I opevstIo st 8t Anthp yaj osilII kss bss ponnvii4 out1 f lor h epZres tbr ut tb ii i tCRVLEYS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Nights Matinee Wednesday MAUDE ADAMSI- n Barrios Great PlayI What Every Woman Know NEW MASONICI First Half of WednesdajMatinee But Williams in Ills Most Laughable Succts MR LOAD OF KOAL Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee GIRLS Most Successful of Clyde Fitch Plays Kentucky Irish American to than her friends for the kindness shown her during her illness IIr and Mrs Thomas D Chimes en Tuesday evening at theii homo in Grainger Court in honor oC Mrs George Hcitlbreder and little daughter of Quincy Ill who art time guests of Mr und Mrs John W Gray West Chcstnift street Mrs Mary Keiran nnd daughter Miss Molly Keiran have returned home after tin absence of four months in the East rlmeyvialtem Now York City Boston Hartford Worcestejr and tRiver Beach While at Worcester they were guests of Mrs Mary Keiran Boyle 1St Louis Bertrands church was crowded Wednesday afternoon by friends of Miss Nelly Commillla Kern nnd William Joseph Burke who wero united In matrimony by time Very Rev Father Clarke In the evening the bridal party was tendered a reception at the homo of the brides parents Mr amid Mrs Harry Kerr on West St Catherine street Miss Elizabeth J Sehcno and Leonard P Solte popular young people of the East End were quietly married nt St Martins church at 0 oclock Tuesday morning the Rev Father Louis W Ohio officiating Although the hour was early many friends thronged tho church to wit ness the ceremony A breakfast and reception was tendered tho happy couple at the home of the brides mother Mrs W Schener 730 East Chestnut street mid many called to congratulate the bride and groom Later in the day Mr and Mrs Soete left for it wedding trip through the North and Eajit MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS William Callaghan Lawrence Menney anti Fred lnoneywho con stituted time committee to draft resolutions on time lentil of Mrs Mary Mitchell have reported ns follows Whereas Almighty God In Ills Infinite wisdom has called unto her eternal reward Mrs Mary Mitchell wife of our brother Michael Mitchell and whereas Mrs Mitchell in licr daily life was a loving wife a kind friend antI a devout member of St Louis Bertrantls congrega tion therefore be It Resolved By tho members of Di vision 4 in time death of Mrs Mitchell Louisville has suffered n loss of nn estimable lady whoso absence will be felt bymummy and bet lurther Resolved That we extend to Brother Michael Mitchell and the other members of the bereaved family our sincere sympathy in their liour of sorrow reminding them dowever that this separation Is hut temporary and that we summit nit bp DO united in an eternal home where orrow entcretli not and belt further Resolved That these resolutions ie spread upon the minutes of Di oopJcMitchell ST UnCHAELS EUCHRED Next Tuesday the ladles of the Altar Society fSt Michaels church will give a eiichrt in St Michaels Tall Bropk street nca Market otJi afternoon and evening An ap ictizlng1 luncheon will ba served for tencert8 Admission will be free LKciI euchre games wIll be called at aoclQQkin the afterKooh anti at 8 pCock ihjtlia Qvening All frlenda of St Michaels parish ar6invjt kj to e preoierit wsl 4iTTiAM j Fronx New Ifortt ooo ea the ueir- stt Irelands iaIg ttam 11irlaft It rmoM to tJa t1Dieecl r I III WE WOULD LIKE To Call Your Special Attention to Our Boys Hercules Shower ProofKnicker bocker Suits at 498The best Boys Suits in the world for the money These suits are made specially for us the pants are lined throughout all seams are taped the coat sleeves are reinforced theyre made of all wool Scotches and Sheviots guaranteed not to fade or shrink Theyre regular 650 and 750 values all sizes 6 to 17 years for 498 M S MOSES COINCORPORATED MARKET ST Bel Fifth MENS AND BOYS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS Daylight Mens Wear Store ARTHUft I KINSELU Gen Supt IIIIwlhe II FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET I F SULLIVAN Managir HBADQUARXBRS FOR Dressed Poultry and 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2 PAIRSof Knickerbocker Pants to eachsuitI Specialat l 5- LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET DEHTlSTRyHOLD Is the pnly plate that is absolutely guaranteed to stick in any rnduth or no charges I positively extract teeth without pain My office ic equipped conwnfeucegCrewninalralldbr eworkaspeclalty rensonabje HouMi l r ts lp w- IL IIIDlIU Mitt fir Wiest Tnwr b ly HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr 1 r the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes- liberniansheld a very successful Irish fair at Plttston 1a Baltimore Hibernians have established n free nIght school The three divisions at New Britain Cohn have consolidated I The Milwaukee division Iis arrang ing for a series of lectures on Irish history Division 6 of Trenton Xl will hold a weeks bazar beginning Oc tolicr 30 CnasiilylwsIlurbor Maine Division 4 will meet next Monday night and President IIonncBsy de sires a full attendance Every division In Connecticut Is engaged in arranging varied enter tainments for the fall and winter sessionsSouth Carolina HibcrnlanM will celebrate tho twentieth anniversary of the establishment of the order in that State on November 3 Division 1 of Duluth Minn has adopted strong resolutions In support of lIon John B Jtedmond and the Irish Parliamentary party Division Os baseball team of St Paul Minn Is being feted becauso IUs members won the pennant of fered by the associated divisions National Director Moran and P J Haltlgan editor of tho National Hibernian are active in their work for the Irish home going next year The National Directors arc urging Hibernians in all the States to organize tourists clubs for the con vention at Portland Ore next year Members of the order in Saratoga county N Y are contemplating the erection of a monument to Irish soldiers who fought in the Revolu tionary war- Minnesota only lost thirtyfour members through death from January 1 to October 1 1009 In 1908 for the same period tho death list totaled fiftytwo The Hibernians and Ladies Aux- Iliary of Scranton Pa are making elaborate preparations for a bazar to bo held next week The juvenile division will participate Ladies Auxiliary No 0 of Utica Y Y celebrated its twelfth anni versary last week with a musIcale and supper It has 125 members oLd a tidy sum in the treasury The report of tho Minnesota State Doard of Audit shows that the order is flourishing in that State finan cially as well as numerically It also shows that the reserve fund is grow ing largely NOTED MUSICIAN DEAD Prof Andrew J Bocx for eigh teen years organist of St Xavicrs ihurcji Cincinnati died at his birthplace Eindhoven Belgium last Sat irday lIe was fifty years of age mil a musician of national repute A year ago he suffered from locomotor ataxia When American physicians failed to afford relief Irof Docx In company with his son journeyed to Belgium several nontlis ago to take the Knelpp cure The remains will be brought back to 3nclnnnti for interment ENJOYS nETIHEMENT Louisville relatives Deceived a mortal card this week from Miss Dymphna Veeneman at Tllburg Holland In which she states that her venerable and Very Reverend uncle Father flax and herself are enjoying the best of health and are thoroughly satisfied with their sur oundings It has been just n year ilnce Father Bax retired aa pastor jf St Johns church and with his niece went to reside In Holland HALO WEEN HECEPTION Mackln Councils Social Club any pounces a Halloween reception and noon dance for Thursday evening Jetober 28 The affair will be held at Macklns club house and promises to bo as onjoyabble as affairs given by the club always are Because Halloween this year falls on Sunday It was determined to hold the reception and dunce on the Thursday J previous v IHESEXTATION ALUMNAE Time alumnae of the Presentation Vcndemy wil hold its annual reunion ind banquet at Presentation Acad m y from 5 until 7 oclock on the evening of November 23 If possible Mother Eutropiu head of the Sisters of Charity of Nazarpth will be present roasts will be responded to by Mrs Herman R Itena Eckcrt and Miss Louise Shelley The ioastmlstress has not been selected LENHIAN DODD Miss Kate Leniban of Paris and Vllllam Dodd of Lexington were married at tho Church of the An lunclatlon In Paris on Tuesday morning The bride Is the daughter of William Lenlhan a prominent Itlzen of Parts and the groom Is the Junior member of the firm of Sullivan f Dodd at Lexington Both are popular In the Bluegrass region KNIGHTS TO ENTERTAIN St Martins Commartdory Knights of St John will give a euchre lotto aud dance at Trinity Councils hall iaxter avenue and Morton next Thursday evening The lotto and uchrc games Avill be called at 8 oclock A good union band will fur- nIsh the music for dancing Many valuable prizes will be awarded the successful contestants in the lotto and euchre games BACK AT WORK John Rogers the popular linotype wprIroom 11afterl tunt Ily it wa jf ottli severe attack of Iualaris us ran friends nVe glad tosea hhii out In r ORS SXlfORTS X The nulls of t United States every year wort mre flour than all tilt rest at the joiilfjin the wirld pro tgc4e Jt r Liberty and Home Pro tective Party l For Mayor Georgo I Tiul For Sheriff n W Holmes Vor City Tax Receiver Dr Eilw Boss For County Assessor Hubert O Sclbj PLATFOR M ProtectIYIartymu representiniItclpal politics the sanctity of the home personal liberty and freedom free Iron unreasonable search o Interference ns guaranteed to us by our Constitution am econotnlInthe selection of candidates by tho whop expressthelrmary election and enforcement of the laws without favor to any party class 01 monopolyThe party and Its candidates representing It shall be Independent In loco personalIrecdamzen so long as ho does not Interfere wttl tho rights of his neighbor or tho general thuawsHonesty and economy In the adminis tratlon of pUbllo affairs with a liberal construction upon expenditures for the public good shall govern and control To exercise diligence In the execution of the law relating to the observance ol lh SundayToso thai the burden may fall Justly upon all per sons alike and that It be reduced to the lowest minimum without impairing the public service To bring about a reduction in the tolls of the Cumberland Telephone Company unjustfailingrent said company from operating In the city of Louisville To force a reduction In the price ol public utilities viz lights water and street car transportation- To encourage and promote all legiti mato Investments of capital corporate or otherwise and to see that their rights are protected and that both the rights of the corporation and tho citizen shall be jqiially protected under the law Realizing that the infant children of today are to be the fathers and mothers of the future we are In favor ot the strict enforcement of each and every law of the land for their protection against the use of Impure milk and their employment under tho ages forbidden by the laws of tho State and It shall be our policy to encourage a strict enforcement of each and every law that the law iiakers of the State have or shall enact- or their welfare protection and happi ness Wo shall Insist upon tho passage of a- In that will require the sale of all pUblic franchises to the highest bidder tor a term of not exceeding twentyfive1 rears pYid In addition thereto a specific evenue tax of a certain per cent of tho gross earnings of nil public utility com nnles such as the street railway light telephone gas and all kindred companies These companies having grown cnor nously rich from the privileges granted by the people and nowS claiming rights to which they are not entitled should be undo to bear their proportion of the turdenn of taxation for the public good On the question of the modification of the laws of the State governing and reg minting the observance of the Sabbath or Christian Sunday we are opposed to all sumptuary laws that Interfere with or forbid the citizens to follow tho pursuits of happiness so long as he keeps within antI respects tho lAW of the land which we Insist shall apply alike to each and Very citizen Wo are In favor of the strict regula Ion of the liquor morprlne cocaine and all kindred traffics so as to eradicate all tho evils attending them mother words we are In favor of dealing with these impositions that confront us In tho spirit of fairness to all parties concerned ooklng singly and alono to the ultimate relfnre happiness and good of tho whole people Wo are In favor of the elctlon to the legislature of broad liberalminded and able men of Intelligence and experience free from the corruption of power and reed and other undue Influences who will give to jhe State their best and ablest onsideratlon In the enactment of just laws which are to govern and control u We lire In favor of selecting the Judici ary of the State without regard to party affiliations and the candidates for such positions to be judged alone upon their personal qualifications and fitness We shall strictly oppose the holding of any primary election at such unseasonable hours that shall in the least mitigate gainst the right the opportunity or privilege of tho laboring man store employs clerks or any other person working fora salary or wages as will prevent heir attendance at said primaries or ecu entlons to the end that they may haven opportunity to freely and fairly express their choice for all candidates for pUblic office We shall Insist that the police and tire departments paid as they are by the cit- Izens and the taxpayer shall bo govened and controlled by time citys administration purelY upon a business basis and that the members thereof shall not In any manner bo Interfered with on account of their lolltlcal opinions or preffirenoes That hey shall be as free to act and express hemselves nif any other free citizen of the community That their rights shall bo the same relating to politics no greater or no less than any other freo citizen Time publlo schools in which every other mother and the children of the city are Interested should be kept out of poll tics and the teachers thereof should be elected solely upon merit and their per onal qualifications Realizing that It Is the duty of tho State through its Legls ature to look after the welfare and limo Institutlonlllwoend to tho State and Its Legislature a helping hand to better our present condl IoThnae city owning Its own waterwbrks jfo shall Insist that a strict supervision sballbo Kept over that institution and Ushall be the duty of the City Admtnis ration to see that the waterworks shall 30 well provided for so that each and very citizen may have the best and pur est water possible to be had at the same ime we shall Insist that said company hall realize the fact that Uls II pUblic Institution organized and created for the public good and that It shall furnish to the citizen the best and purest of water at tho lowest cost We are In favor of requiring tho City Street Railway Company to furnish six itreeteartlckels for twentyfive cents or wentjrive tickets for one dollar and hat a system of universal transfers shall bo adopted We are In favor of the Street Railway Company making a fair mil reasonable return upon Its Invest ment8nt the same time wa shall Insist that tho citizen shall hayq transportation over the city and lines of jwldcomiwny t t the very lowest consideration We will favor legitimate enterprises hat will Increase the growth gad add to he popultlon of our city and add to time natcrlal benefit of our citizens With the foregoing declaration of prln Iplcs we appeal to the intelligence and mtrlotlim of our citizens asking at their mands a fair andjuBt consideration iederKranz Hall C ENT w EKtorUinrnMiU Concerts BA zA rs Bali Euchrf Etc For elates aDdtm apply to II FAMT W MALNUT- tltl t 1 rata J 0 J r IRELAND Record of the lost Important ef the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Miss Mury Brenunn of Klldare AtlyijnionAndrew Cowan n member of n Belfast distilling firm tins died froth an attack of pneumonia jCharles McCaffroy o an aged lien sioner at Oningh County Tyrone choked to death on a piece iof meat Fermanaghlryear They are being exported front Perry Tho WeMtnieatli Committee of Agriculture and Technical Instruc decloflUtePatrick Luwlerl of Banemore County Kerry Is under arrest charged with tho murder of John OConnor Itolh are farmers The Limerick Technical Instruc tion Committee has made arrangements to borrow 50000 for the erection of a technical institute William Murray has been unan imously chosen Inspector of school attendance by the Edcnderry Rural District Committee Kings county CountyCavansilver medal by tho Carnegie Trust for two heroic attempts to save human life respectedjoung1 cycling collided with a motorcar at Clon gal and received injuries which resulted in his death The Donegal herring catch this year promises to be very large For two years tho schools of fish were missing Boats are now coming in well laden with them DangorConntsustained when II plaster cast fell on her wrist while at her studies in the art school at Belfast Miss Josie Hennessy daughter of AnnncarthyTipperary Presentation Convent at Cashel Her MaryAlplrotuusof Elphin County Ilos commonhave erected a handsome monument to their late pastor the Rev Canon P ManIon It Is in the shape of a Celtic cross set upon a richly decorated base The Mayo County Council has adopted a resolution demanding an increased endowment for flu Gal wnfoUege and asking that it be placed on the same footing with the Cork and Belfast Colleges Countyheathdress to the Rev Father Charles Kcans who after fourteen years senice as curate at Trim has been made administrator at Lobinstowu TO WHITE HISTORY The Rev Henry A Brnnn D D pastor of St Agnes church New YOlk City will sail for Rome on November 25 in order to finish a history of the American College which ho was commissioned to write jy the late Archbishop Corrigan vho gave him till time documents and lata necessary for the purpose Dr 3rann wil remain in Home about seven months It will be his first visit to Rome since he lot it as the irst graduate of the American College SIR THOMAS COMING Froth England cones advices to the effect that Sir Thomas Lipton who m several occasions tried to lift the Americas cup Is coming back this rear to ask the members of the American Yacht Club to revise tho rules There are American sports men who think Sir Thomas Is merely jockeying for a good start sir Thomas tried three successive lines and each tIne he was des eatcd Time last defeat was in 11103 OCONNOOll COMING lion T P OConnor ono of the Irish leaders in the British House of Commons sailed front Liverpool Saturday for a two weeks stay in- lth6 United States He will advocate interests of the Irish Parlla party Mr OConnor is an speaker and writer and pro poses to lay the exact status of Irish iffairs before those Americans that ire Interested in Irish affairs LANGUAGE WEEK According to advices from Dublin Ireland has hind a very successful Language week Tha affair was meld under the auspices Of the Jaelic League which is doing n great work in interesting the people in the study of the language hat every inhabitant of Ireland spoke at one time It has given a fresh Impetus to Irish folklore and literature REMOVED TO OOV1NGTOX Mr and Mrs James 1V Dougherty ind little son Bernard have taken nptheIr residence in Covington vy Mr Dougherty having accepted II position on one of time Cincinnati papers Since their marriage five years ago they had resided in Muncic Ind fll1 Dougherty was formerly Miss Katie Oraneyof Portland LOOKS LIKE LUCK M I1 Doherty of New Albany han gono to Nevada to make a personal Investigation of certulnmlning prop erty in which lie is a stockholder Indications are that n paying vein of oro has been struck Most of the stock in the company Is wn in New Albany fir Doherty edI remain away on entire month IRlSIf JUSTICE DliAl Right Iroltqera1 litzglb1n Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland as lead at Dublin He was born in S37lIe was lawHadviser to Dublin Castle in 1870 Solicit or General for Ireland in 18771878 Commissioner ot national education in Ireland from 1S83 to 1894 aind Chancellor of the unfted dkwes at Dublin Glen taleugh and Klldare In im Hd has been lord Juatloe ot Appdai lit Ire landi pine 1878 S a Puffs an still worn but are mall and ftaiMt irregular to shape fi FRANK FEHR BREWING CO ZNCOR1 ORATIIDIf- i I hi y- mI Brewers and BottlersiLOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWJ- s Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 5- 2SENNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINCORPORATED Lnuu vxrLE HoT FALLS CITY BREWING CO IxcoRPORATSDa Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for fFamily Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wist 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 193THE TrBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Soldatalileading b4strengthandexcellentflavorf Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN 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Dougherty Kverett Xan- nintDoueliBrtyLanning BEST QUALITY Pltlsburaand Jillico Goal Now is the time to lay in your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty Lannfng for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Horns Phoni 17- 83SW6iTSfmtliifMltiilf MONON ROUTE O BETWEEN a LOUISVILLE AND CHICAQO BEST LINE TO French Lick and- West QldenSPfilll UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION i sad PtirOie CHICAGo MttPtitall t8lw liy I u aaaaM NW eMf f 4otdsop s Xr- V a L n 11 7Sn ru KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERICAN f YOUR DOLLAR Has More Weight r NATIONAL LIFE IN SOUTHERNWhen you purchase a SURANCE POLICY than in any other company Guaranteed by a deposit with the STATE TREASURER Protected by the company if you should become WHOLLY DISABLED and furnished at a cheaper PREMIUM you have absolute pro tection and an investment Can you afford to be without it- t Call or write for sample po- licySouthern II- t i National Life Insurance CompanyHume Offie Lincoln Building Louisville Ky ED L WILLIAMS President W L KENNETT First Vice Pres J H DICKEY Treasurer WO HEAD Second Vice Pres JOHN W RAY Generall Counsel B H POINDEXTER Secretary M K ALLEN Medical Director THE BIG STOREH Special Offering Beginning Today and Ending Next Friday Mens Highi Grade Suits and Overcoats L 15Embrace all the good things in Clothes Now is the time to get in one of them t THE BIG STORE 424 Fourth West and erD kFeiltth5th5 t MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it iis apt predated more than in the summer A- FARRAlSTDCECIIjIAN4 PIANO Will supply this music if there is no one in the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection u is to insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 4 SXOO FOURTH AVENUE Czeez rJfftJtJtJfJfe m emmJtJtJ Mulloys 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which carries on the business ofoutfitting men and boys M S Moses Co furnish anything and everything in the way of mens and upparIUnderMr Kinsella the business has in creased to large proportions and gives promise of soon becoming one of tho largest clothing establishments in the city Besides being a member of Muckin Council Mr Kinsclla is a member of several other organizations and is well and favorably known in the West End lie numbers his friends by the hun dreds and cordially invites all to call and sec him at the new quarters of the M S Moses Co 514510 West Market street NEW MEMBERS Division 2 Obligates Three More Sterling Youpgr Recruits Division 2 A 0 II held a well attended meeting on Friday night of last week The session was pre sided over by President Con J Ford In the absence of Treasurer Joseph who was ill Dave Murphy acted in his stead Thomas Me Namara J n Borders and Joseph Elrk wore elected to membership and were presented for obligation b7Finaucial Secretary John J Keaney In obligating the new members President Ford delivered the admonitions in very impressive style membership was receivedUniversal sorrow was ex pressed when Joe Lynch was report ed ill and Rodney Hall and Dave Murphy were appointed to visiti him Edward Keiran and John Kenney made addresses full of encourage ment On behalf of time pew members Mr McNamara said they were andheardgood Hibernians President Ford said that he felt proud of time now comers and expressed the wish that Division 2 had more like them MONTHS MIND FOIL BISHOP Thee throng that filled the Cathe dral at 0 oclock Tuesday morning showed that the late Bishop Mc Closkey was not forgotten It wus priestshItend were on hand Tho Itev Charles P Raffo led toe office for the dead The Very Rev lames P Cronin Administrator of the diocese was celebrant of the solemn requiem mass The Very flow Louis i Ohio vita deacon Patrick JWalsh was subdenconand the Rev Father Daniel J Gallagher master of ceremonies An eloquent sermon was preached by the Rev Father P Jt Ji Rock rector of the Cathe dral ii MASONIC THEATER t Bert AYilliainBi the colored coin dian of the old team fWI1lIfml anil Walker will coins to Masonic Theater thef1r t half of nxtWkwith Inw veWelfl for funmaking Mr Lode of TCoM During tt IJUt half of next week Clj to THekiT comedy Girl will he the ttrao tiOD o r tfit SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 113- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Ran on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keenan Sr RyanRecording Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan FineganSergoant SentinelLouis holler DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Ret Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinancIaISecrotaryJnolItenneyTreasurerJoseph SergcantatArmsJohn T Drown SentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month SeventccntI and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljlvnn Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J G Uesslon DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 ondnYRBertrandPresident John H Hennessy LynchFinancial M- cDonogh1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wnn BradySentinell SergeantatAmtsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall KennedyPresientLouis Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos Ollcrn Financial Secretary John G Col- eTreasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Rcdmoni Stanton Ma tln Fogarty and JohnI Kennedyr Y IMC r MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Louis T Kleffer First Vlco President ThosDCllnes Second Vice PresidentSamuel L Robertson OsborneSecretaryWilliamF Financial t Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber lar AndrlotthnlAdolrhUsw r C F Bartsch- Outside Sentinel William D An drjott tJ111t f n OElq trotflC Struck the Right Medlclae 10 Shlpman 111 August 17 1908 Ten years ago my daughter wit taken with nerve dltento BO bad that eke could not walk without failing down and could hardly veal her calf at the was at time eery nenouu cad could not aleep at night wo doctored for about J yarn then we wed Paitor KOCDJRI Norre Tonic it had a wonderful effect on her and cored her of allthii we atrack the right kind of medicine MaeJouxtlstra- Grateful AntbolllBI1 January 17th 190S I have wed 8 bottle ofthe wonderful remedy Pastor Koonlsi Merra Tonic and I am sow enjoying the very beet of health II suffered from woakaued TKality debility and kindred llmenta and had a severe attack of nerTontnefs which left me In weakened and mleerable con dition Orntefnlly I recommend the remedy to all lufferert and they can refer to me I will answer aU letters C J UDDLONO A Valuable look on Ner F EE ipadeltaVOUS t eldfrePrewKOENIQ MED CO Chicago III StreetS14I i5Largei IUUtQRPlQ PAt1JOAII Jlr and Mrs Patricia II Henley1 of Jeffer onyille have removed to Iaducah Avltero Mr Jlealey has been theIllinoisPrior to her marrIage Mrs llealy ira MUs Jennie Hunt Doyleu PANCODRH6S 4 BALL r rhCryatiil 15pri plEJr nh Clubb fUll twentyfoutli MBUR utaskgati4 flay ddeM ball at Plroe nix Hill HH next MomUy eVoulotfv Loekacra anion biind will famldt the music t2Tkf club Is male up of poptwler sf4 4tvm iitfr Dewocnsta tiTT KENTUCKY ELKS Hold First Annual Reunion and Enjoy Kentucky Hospitality The Kentucky Elks held their first onrpractically Kentucky was represented Exalted Ruler John C Schildt and fast Exalted littler It W Brown headed a big party from Louisville lodge that started for Maysvillo on Tuesday morning At Cincinnati the Louis yule delegation was joined by the Newport delegates who were M L Calvin II O Williams Louis Schnei der L W Arnett Major John A Craig Judge Michael T Shine P J Carroll YrtHer Cleary Dr J A Averdlck L J Ante Frederick Deg genger T J OBrien L L Apple gate and Joseph Noterman At Mnyaville the visitors were wel MaysvilleColaddress of welcome in behalf of the Louisville delegation During the two days session there was n con degreeteamsMany ladles were among the visitors and recentlons and dances were given each evening in their honor The object in holding the reunion is to bring all Kentucky Elks into closer touch and to more than ever solidify the order in Kentucky FIFTY YEARS Of Work Well Done Is Celebrated by Chicago Nuns Shepherdintieth anniversary of its establishment last Sunday The Pontifical high mass was celebrated by the Most llov Archbishop Quigley and the sermon was preached br the night Itev Auxiliary Bishop iUiodc More than fifty priests of the arch diocese occupied seats in the sane tuary of the spacious chapel On Sunday afternoon the choir of the Paulists church rendered a musical programme previous to benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament Monday Tuesday and Wednesday were also festal days at the House of the Good Shepherd The history of the church in Chi cago could not be written without many references to the House of the Dishops Foley andDugganSand Archbishops ieehan loyalfriendsthe fifty years of its establishment more than 21000 girls and women have been cared for the great majority of whom have been reclaimed and transformed into worthy members of society Not that alone but from the ranks of the wayward committed to the care of the Sisters has been formed a society of religeuse who have consecrated their lives to virtue and religion This community iin known as the Magdalcns and is numerous and progressive throughout the world JJUIUKI AT OLD HOME Time remains of Mrs Sallie OCon nor Eddings of Groton South Dakota who died at Whukeshn Wis on Friday night of last week ar rived in Shelbyvillc Monday and were Interred in the Catholic ceme tery there Mrs Kddings was n native of Shelbyville and was highly regarded as a school teacher and also as an elocutionist In time old days of the Land League in this city she who was then Miss Sallie OConnor was a frequent visitor io Louisville and never failed to enter tain the members of the Emerald Branch of the Land League Site is datighiter brothers Mrs TJ Meder of Chi cago Mrs Thomas Carey of South Dakota Miss Nell OConnor of Chicago Mrs Virginia MIncke of St Louis and Thomas and John OConnor of Chicago HUSH HORSH EXlKKT Dr T D Lambert of Dublin Ire upontbearians of the Dublin horse ShoW is expected to hrrlvo in Boston next week With his father lie has offi elated continuouslyt for fiftyone SocietylrS OlHl1arlQ1j toavidrYs SfeiuVe1 AdlJris vHo isrJcognlaed one of time mprlds foremost laot MMtec comes q io MacauleyV Theater the flrt ittM next week InUre EveryWoeafatlfncaiwill N given M WeclaelldayI J eNN444NN4NNN4NN1N4e44 2 I1909 November Electioni 1909 II VOTE FOR i s W 0 HEADUI AND TH- EStraight DemocraticTicket 4NN4NN444N444NNNNNN4NNN4NNNNN1N44NN4NNNN44eNNNN For Your Furniture wants- II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street SWEATERS A- NDJERSEYS We carry a line of reliable Sweaters 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