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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 0- f f AMERIcAN f VOLUME XXIII NO IS LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS n n ARE DEMORALIZED F Louisville Police and Firemen in Present Municipal Cam paign Are Plunged in Politics Up to the Neck and Then Some Gentleman Jim Grinstead Is Only a Cog in the Repub liccan Machine and Must Therefore Do the Bid ding of Its Manages I The officers 1 of the Louisville police force nre not only demoralized butIdesperate They seem to be lacking In tact and the discipline of the subordinates amounts to noth ing Burglaries go unchecked rick pockets are working in churches and a few days ago a lady relative of a man prominently connected with lice department had her purse stolen while kneeling in de votion in a church adjacent 10 her home The tactics of Foster Luck singer and 1fau have emboldened L the subordinate members of the de partment to make spectacles of themselvesYet administration anti its organs say the police and firemen are out of politics That is as true ns anything else that ever appears In the Post During the week half n dozen fire Captains have been re duced and shifted to other scenes Why Because they refused to sup port Grinstead and to got others to support him they have been reduced to the ranks That is a sample of reform Again The police are nut of politics Only a lev nights ago IHON Should Elect Him Mayor Tuesday Capt Julius Luchslngor of the Fifth district called all his men off their beats at 230 oclock a in While the police were corralled in the station house the Shelby street branch althe Public Library was wrecked by vandals From 1 oclock until 530 oclock in tho morning Capt Luchsingor and Patrolmen Tennis and Smyser and two negroes Pearl Broadus and John Tyler were dis tributing copies of the Louisville Evening Post that contained a copy of Marshall Bullitts They used a police automobile in their work and the other police had been called in so that none would see or suspect Luchsingcr Euhls Smyfior and their negro friends Foster has been very officious this week in arresting Democratic work ers on the charge of loitering and Pfau is carrying intimidation to time extreme What do the people think of this dcraorllization in pollen and fire cir des What will the Board of lire Underwriters do to Louisville lnthc Way of increasing Insurance rates How can Mayor Grinstead help hint self in event of his eligibility from reapppinting men like these Mr Grinstead iao courteous gentleman a good grocer and a man of good character When It comes to his political record it is a record of machine politics and nothing else He Is the typo of man the machine has picked out grppiricd unit put forward to use as a medium in car Iiylng out its bidding In politics lIe has always followed the lines of least resistance simply gelling in rI I the swim and drifting with the cur rent He has never breathed any political atmosphere except the nt jnophere of machine politics He is emiiodiesdoes not operate along any other lines It would never do to accuse Mr Griiyjteiid of being an ingrate but he would be one of the biggest ingrateti that ever lived 4f he 4id not in the event of his ettoJ1tBke andorderi itfoKtur Ffau and Iiiqli Ii r singer 0 Footer was intoxicated and vAT 11erioptn roullh the corridor ofth City Hall right nndar Sw Oyu of the Hoard of Public tJatetl 98rI dew of last we Jc i oryrt ti 23000 for alleged slanderous state ments The policeman who furnished the information upon which the Post based its story is the same of fleet who was recently summoned by court to show why lIe had regis tered before taking out naturalia papersWhy o many motormen stud conductors in the employment of the Louisville Railway Company for W O Head as against Qrinstend Because of the impudence of negro passengers on the street cars That is the reason Only this week Capt Boone Jameson told a niQtorman If we dont win this election for Grin stead we intend to steal it Has he over hud any practice in theft or is that an idle boast Has Jameson a record to be proud of People laugh when they rend those five propositions at tar head of the Pouts editorial column They migiit bo reduced to one Give us this day the city printing and deliver our competitors to tho devil It is well to bear nil these things in mind when you go to the polls next Tuesday Go early if possible WILLIAM O HEAD reHjjpoint There In no need for rancor or ill feeling but you must remember that you arc an American citizen and a sovereign in your own right You must remember top that time police will make as many arrests as possible early in the morning in or der to scare Democratic voters away Do not lot threats or Intlm idntlcyiI doter you from exercisIng your great American privilege Vote for the man of your choice If you want Grinstead negro rule and Philippine Foster vote under the log cabin If you want white supremacy good government and W O Head put your stamp under the rooster FAITHFUL SERVANT Of God and Man Called to His Eternall Rest James 1 Campbell for store than twentytflve years President of the Particular Council of the St Vincent dc Paul Society of this city died at his home 1623 West Jefferson street at 515 oclock Sunday morning The news was flashed over the city in less time thdiyyit takes to tell it and in every parish that has a confer once of tliej St Vincent do Paul Society prayers were offered at all the musses for the repose of his soul Mr was held in high esteem and allday and night Sun tiny and Monday his residence waS visited b visayitors Mr Campbell was born in Louts ville in 18i7 And never lived any whoro also and hail never been em ployed by but one firm When he wa8I1QmtnJ rllalcl he was rivenI ulploynient bj the wholesale firm of B A Boblnson Corny pang und utility years later when that firm yas mergedwjth tlje Ilpb luis mPettet Company Mr Cattjp bell remained with the firm TJnis nil flftyMxt years heYdcicupted a petition of responsibility with one firm it Tocoid probablyner equaled in Xiouisville He is sur vived by hie wife and twodaughtere- Mluee Anne and Mtante 11-JJ The funeral or tUiok yla 5till- CptaS4Aral j r + o Tuesday morning The solemn mnss of requiem was celebrated by the- nI v Father P M J Rock for more titan thirty years a friend of the deceased The sanctuary was fiIIed with priests who had known and admired Mr Campbell for his Inde fatigablc work with the St Vlncer de Paul Society Mr Campbell wns also a member of the Knights oC Columbus and members of that hoc were much in evidence at the fu nerd The pallbearers were John J Slattcry Thomas Feely Edward Mc DonoghyiJames McBride TolmA Doyle C W Decker Jercmla Bon Thomas K Ilines S M Baffo John Mulloy E J OBric and Daniel J Dua- neITTLE LAPSE Of Memory Cause Local Irishmen to Refresh Others On Tuesday of last week tho CourierJournal told In alleged detail the story of the sale of tho Norvin Green homestead at Soeoni Street and Broadway It is possible that some part of the Courier Journals story is true but it is only a possibility For instance It says Whltcstono the great Bngllsllt architect who built the Galt Ilous and other magnificent LouIsville residences constructed the Green house The elder citizens of Louisvill laughed when they read that story and wandered what inexcusabli break tho CourierJournal woulc make next Henry Whitcstone was born ot Ennis County Clare Ireland He wai Intensely an Irish Nationalist iin feeling He built tho Galt House the Green house the Henry New comb house now occupied by 110 Xavcrlan Brothers the Victor Now comb house on Fourth street south of Oak and other public and prlvatt homes Ho built no cheap jobs Later ho became President ot the Louisville Gas Company One night some years ago titer was an English banquet in Louis vlllc The late Dr E B Paine toasted Mr WhiteBtone as an Englishman Tho late Patrick Bannon who was then prominent in loch affairs called Dr Palmer to task Next day Mr Palmer called on Mr Whitestdne to ask If he were not an Englishman No I am an Irishmanl Irish tc tho backbone and my ancestors before me as far as I can trace That settled it with Dr Palmer fossjbly time CourierJournal has rorgottcn it but John J Slattcry resident of toe ToddDonigan Iron Company Charles White who super intended the carpenter work nt the halt House and Barney Campbell Sr who superintended many jobfJ- ot plastering for Mr Whitestono Lave not forgotten it The Irish an a little touchy on such lapses 01 memory COUNTY BOARD dopts Resolutions Oi Bishops Death and Plans Initiation Time County hoard Ancient Order if Hibernians held its regular quay erly meeting Jit Bertranil Hall 01 friday night of last week It vnu decIded to hold a general initiation at that hull on the afternoon of the bird Sunday in December Divisions degree team will exemplify the ItualGeorge J Butler State President 1 J Welsh County President Join U Hennessy Thomas Kccnan Jr tnd D J Coleman who constituted ai committee to draft resolutions on he death of Bishop McClonkey cede the following report Whereas It has pleased Divine rovldenco to remove from our mIdst our beloved Bishop the Itlght ilev William George McCloskey who for more than forty years slowed tdmirablo zeal and judgment in the icrformancc of the onerous lUll aborlous duties of its high office be It Resolved That we the committee of time County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson ounty as practical Catholics do hereby t express our deepest regret it the great loss sustained by time Catholics of this diocese and the immunity at large Bishop Me Hoskey by his exemplary life and are executive ability has endeared himself to men of all creeds and ua lonalitlcs and emulated in a high degree the shining example of tho great and pious men who had pre ceded him as Bishop of Louisville tfay his soul rest in peace DISTRESSING ACCIDENT Lawrence Worland of the Sat hue Company met with a distress ng accident on Friday night of last week During the windstorm he attempted to close a window The glass broke and a particle entered ono of lies eyes destroying time sight It first it was feared that the otlici yo had also been impaired but ifter the injured member had been einoved the sight of this other eye vas restored There arc few young tau in Louisville more popular titan klr Wbrland and his friends sym mthlze with him in his misfortune SMITHHGA6l1tii- tInvitation were received in LoAiltc tile io attend the wedding of Minis gtua Smith and Ir William Cafijwsr oUt of CnHelltou I tJJke vr l- ding was eoleinniaedwat St Mlclioels liureh on Wedweeday The bride Ii he dantfbterof Mr sad Mrs TJeorge Button The groom ito a rising pb7 J DfI ill brother of wad ti J Casper of x b- t READY t ICcsponscs Made tt OConnor Appcnl For Aid oi Pnrty1- ltsanntoth Mass JBloetiUKif Grc Jtedinonds Energetic Tiieutcimjit Tolls of Vnnira and the iUrarURmcut IRELANDS GREAT pPORTJNIT Hon T P OConno one of Hon John E Redmonds ablest licuteu ants in the Irish party in the Britisl House of Commons arrived in NCV Yore City lust 1ridaV nnd since then has been conducting a whIrl- wind campaign in behalf of his col leagues in the Eastern States Wherever he has spoken thousand of dollars have been pledged to helj the Irish cause along and when Mr OConnor returns to London he wit carry material as well us moral 11111 to Mr Redmond and his cohorts Last Friday evening Mr OConnoi was tendered a recm Lion at the Hoffman House by tlnjp IrishAmeri cans of Now York Ills first forms address was made in Tremont Tern nighthntenthusiastic Irish Anlgrlcmns am at the conclusion of Mr OConnor address those present gave in call or pledges 10000 pit Tuesday night he spoke in Lowell und iin Orange N J on Friday nightyTo morrow night he will address a nines meeting nt tho liyric Theater Now York City Next Tuesday In will speak in Chicago and will closet his tour with addresses inPhlladel phla on Thursday and I Friday even- Ing J While Mr OConnor is a versatile speaker nIl of his addresses liavt had time seine import the necessity for the Irish in America to aid the Irish members of Parliament in time present crisis In his addresses Mr OConnor explnins tha members of the British Parliament serve without pay from time Government More than threefourths of the eightyone members of the Irishj party are without means or ratHfei have giver ulfhclguulhiaryI jUne njcAf liscll mood to fight the battles of their countrymen in London All era able Intelligent men They are giving their best years to fight that Ire land may become a nation once tigain These patriots must be sup ported They have families to sup port and it is u duty of every sun of Erin to aid them materially and morally Mr OConnor has not only been in eyewitness but a partaker of time scent strenuous times in time House of Commons and knows whereof ho speaks In his address in Boston lie said I return to the conviction which I have steadily hold except for a tow days when time whole tide seemed going one way that tho probability still points to the ac jcptance of the budget by the House af Lords Already I believe I see signs of blue funk In these exalted circles already you hear loss talk if time right of tho Lords to reject tho budget or If the right be claimed there is a strong word of raining or of doubt as to the wisdom of exorcising the right Time anger I fear is different It is hat tho House of Lords will pass tho budget that the Government rill then be natisfied and will mako iho attempt to live tliroigh another par or two of office This is time reason of the tone whIch Mr Redmond has taken up luring his recent successful tour of peech making in time English cities ile lies declared his strong opinion that time Government will be illad iscd If they do not have an early jeneral election whether time budget be accepted or not lIe even went the length of saying that he and his party would do their best to force the Government to a dissolution It Is needless to iay where the risk party stands in this contro rorsy One of time curiosities of the resent struggle Is the way In which reload suddenly has been rcnium bored 1by the English pqliticlans isptjclally of the Unionist side Ireland bas a knack of suddenly xjbbing in this way when everybody ins agreed to forget it Redmonds nanifcsto to tho Irish people of Vmerlca and time friends of Ireland in nIl races hums acted for tho mow tent ari tho necessary reminder of Irelands continued and persistent existence Ills frank avowal tint tile House of Lords is tlio only bstaclq to home rule 1s Illetsowlpiiblo that Its restatement ought UGtto be Regarded as anything ex- traordinarj But Redmonds message IMIS been cceivpd With a bowl partly of de light and partly pt apprehenBlons by tho Unionist newspapers thrmBUput IIjHgland AH Unionists are solemnly uljured to pay atteblion to the itfttcmcht are appealed to litevery tonetu rally remind the Houwi of LordN an the one bulwark of the umpire agaliiflt Irish tr tIindI- Iirt on Whet is perhaps wore remarkable 5 and certainly more itetis r ctory iatllRtthe Liberal iiirty eailern have taken taicuel given b- yItllnindqulterIlie d J1L Within 1 few hotir of tjpcaraneeWillIIt- ollC1utrebl1l makinir a spe ou ail Ate National Lib rail Club the head qluarters of militant Lib raHsm rent ont ot hit inyr toll tot 4V owwil otJ Y tibe silos q Ya generous measure of solfgovc ment as had been attended wItll such magnificent results in thO Transvaal At the same moment Chief Seer tary Blrrell speaking among constituents In Bristol hillI amid loud Liberal cheers that time hail come when Ireland shoal be allowed to manage her own nC fairs MATRONS MOURNED Two EstimableLadles Have Entered Into Eternal Rest Louisville lost two of its 1I10st exemplary Catholic ladies on Thursday morning Mrs Rose E Boil formerly Miss Rose Henley and the widow of the late Thomas Kcllj died at the home of her mothc Mrs Rose Henley 345 North Twontj sixth street She is survived by hcr mother several young children and a brother and sister Thorns n11l1 Miss Katie Henley The funeral w111 take place from St Cecilias church at 9 oclock this morning Mrs Well tool an active interest in Irish af fairs and for several years was n member of the Ladles Auxiliary A O JIIOn Thursday morning also Irllo Mamio Wastes died at time fainil residence in Highland Park She was thirtyseven years old and wns the wife of Frank Kustes The de ceased was a devout member of St Leos congregation and her furors will take placo from St Leos chard nt 845 oclock this morning Mrs KuBtcs will be sadly missed by tin other workers In behalf of St Leos oung and growing perish RABBIS ADVICE Tells Christians To Mine Strictly to Their Own Affairs Christian attempts at cvangcHsir among the Jews were seVorcly criticized last Saturday in Chicago bj Rabbi Tobias Schanfarber In his address he mentioned the recent in ioropralion of the Chicago Gospel ittsslou to the Jews the avowed purpose of which is to convert lie brews oa a larger scale than eve ofore attempted Ills point seem to bo well taken He said in part It would redound much more tc the gloryof the church If it first void convert its own unehristiar Christians to Christianity The Tea w by nomenus perii+ rtltty but certainlyI statistics how that iroportlonatcly he has fewer Brim minis than has Christianity It is ready to be regretted that the luin cpal of one of our public schools is one of the incorporators at the Chicago Gospel Mission ti tho Jews It is just barely possible hat a public school teacher who iR lager for the soul of the Jew will flow tint bias to influence him in ills attitude toward time children oi Ills school The Jew has all he can attend to- iff he will convert his own people to Fiutaism and the Christian has all hat he can attend to if ho will con ert his own people to Christianity Uierofore we say to the Chrisuan convert yourown and let Jews lone IRISH LEGEND Is Responsible for Popu larity of Morscsheas Charm Why is an Old horseshoe supposed to bring luck to the owner if hung in the hall or behind the door lorscshocs were at one time nailed nip as protection against witches any houses in time West End ot Ondoii had ono of those emblems of supcrstitition on tho threshold ind in Monmouth street there were seventeen in 1813 and seven so late ns 1885 Lord Nelson had a horse hoc nailed to tho mast of his ship ictory and our forefathers loved to nail one on thoir house door St Dunstan was an Irishman not- Inn Englishman as tint Britishers now claim lIe was recognized as the best blacksmith in what was then the kingdom of Kerry He hull his forge ou the Bay of Dingle and icople from all over Ireland came to hnvo their horses shod and to drink in wisdom from time Kerry Gow lie legend has It that the devil was tong the iMgrimH to the forgo of Sft Dunstan Ho asked the Dinglo ilacksmith to shoe its single hoof Knowing who his customer was Stt Dunstan tied him tightly to the rail and proceeded with his job but purposely put time devil Into so much sin that ho roared for mercy It was not until ho promised that he would never again enter a place where he saw a horseshoe displayed hat St Dunslan yrould release his captive mooEsAx CIINTEAItiRS Itt 1008 Louisville New York JBtdri and Philadelphia celebrated tllleir diocesan centenaries Charles wn S CWl11 cone next but It il even years off 1000 A year later Incinnatl vvill celebrate her cen nary In 192 St LonU will cekj brt ThenJn order will come Dti UoIt in 1963 fridlanapolis in 1834 all1juahvile lft I1i37 0JlONQA i tern parish faS been Connect iii idsalto dedioated to the BI fs l ban of Are The church will coal WOOO when onmplctwi JtliI tV pet Bhuroh lithe United states if st in jato + eorbl dtaiitn to the r OPefdieeI i 0 CORNERSTONE Of the New Church of St George Will Be Blessed Tomor row Afternoon by the Very Rev Vicar Gen eral and Administrator Rapid Growthf Parish Made Larger House of Worship Necessary Flourishing School and Splen did Congregation The corneTralonc of the new Church of St George on Eighteenth street and Magnolia avenue will be blessed atI oclock tomorrow after noon The Very Rev Father Cronin Vicar General and Administrator of the diocese will officiate and will be assisted by many local clergy men The sermon will be preached by tho Rev Dr George W Schuh mnnnThe new church will be of the renaissance style of architecture and will be built of brick and trimmed in stone It will ue 123 feet long nnd sixtyfive feet broad The estimated cost is 25000 Tho ltev Father barge Weiss pastor- of St Georges has been wonder fully successful in his work In 1897 the late Bishop McCloskey assigned to Father Weiss the task of organizing a parish in tho North End of Marydalc The young pastor went to work valiantly although he found only twelve Catholic fam ilies in his parish at that time lIe rented a cottage and celebrated IHandsomcEdificemass in it front October 1697 until March 1S9S Meanwhile he lied selected a site for future operations at Eighteenth and Magnolia avenue The frame church was dedicated in March 100S The Into Monsignor Boucher officiated at thQ dedication and tho Sermon was preached by the Very Ilev Father Bock The little parish grow apace and in 1899 the parochial school was opened with fortyfive pupils Year by year the families multiplied more Cath olic families moved in until at pres cat Father Weiss numbers 230 families on his rolls and has 1CS pupils taught by three Ursullno Sis ters in his school Such a splendid growth in the con gregation made a larger church necessary anti several months ago Father Weiss engaged an architect to draw plans for time new edifice The cornerstone will be laid tomor row and the work will Vo pushed rapidly because Father Weiss expects to havo his church dedicated about Easter rime interior embell ishments will come later and when completed it will be one of time handsomest church edifices in the diocese The Concordia Singing Society will assist at the exercises tomor row anti time Knights of St John have been Invited to attend in full mtiformQUITE A TREAT Mackin Council Enjoys Ad dress by Judge Matt ODoherty Mackin Councils large tall Vas filled Monday night trt hear Judge Matt ODoherty lecture ou his re cent tour of Ireland anti England Previous to the appearance of Judge ODohertyl the council held a brief business session Only the nee efeeary routine ar Irwer dis euwied v Judge ODoherty was given a Treat ovation when he entered the hall lIe WIi presented toi the as gembtedi uudfencje J by Tjresiftentl Louis J KieffwV Judge Qooi rtyllWldFeiwaii more nth nature of a heat tp heart talk to Mackinj members than a tectttM from Mart to flit l h be had I Mtdienee interested JI I It mattered not whether he was tell ing of Londonderry describing tho majestic cliffs of Donegal or duet ing on that Eden of tho West ever fair KHIarney Not only were the Irish members of Miickin interested but those of German descent as well when he told of the war scare in England mind how disappointed the British were when they learned that Americans would not aid England inn war against Germany They did not know that the Germans nUll the Irish constiuted tho bulls of Ameri can citizenship that they prac tically own America Judge OUoherty told of the im proved conditions in Ireland and of the social unrest in England and made a graphic explanation of the imminent disaster hanging over the present Government of England should the House of Lords reject the pending budget of LloydGeorge and the Birrell land bill During his address Judge ODohcrty quoted frequently from Moore Mangan Davis anti other Irish poets and his quotations were always apt The address was quite a literary treat to Mackin Council and the members liberally applauded At its con clusion President KIcffcr thanked Judge ODoherly in behalf of Mackiu nUll Vice President Thomas D Clines followed with a few remarks that made quite a hit Itefreshmcnts were served after tho lecture and the members spent an hour or more in social chats mEn PAR FHOM HOME Time remains of Frank Hogan who died at Douglas Ariz lost week were brought to Jcffersonvillo Ltr interment Mr Hogan was born in Jcffersonvillo thirty years ago and k grow to manhood in that town He was employed in tho Auditors office at the ear works until three years ago when hq was compelled to go West in hope of restoring his foiling health Temporary relief came to him and ho obtained employment In Arizona where his wife and child joined him Dread tuberculosIs had made such ravages that he could not recover Mr llogan was a mom1iber of the Ancient Order of HiboV ninns Catholic Knighl of America 1 and of time B IV O Elks He is survived by his wife who was Miss Greco Coyle ono child arid the folJlowing brothers and sisters John 1 and Patrick lIogan of Jefferson ville Stephen llogan of Madison Ill and Mrs Mary Roberts nnd Miss Lizzie Hogan of Jeffersonvtlle Tho remains reached1 Jeffersonvllle Monday night and time funeral took place front St AuguHlinnK churchnon Wednesday morning NEED NEW DIOCESES As a result of theflrstdlrnaltcouncil of the Council in Canada Proposals have been made to limb Vatican for the creation of several now dioceHerf pp pecially jn two new provinces 3ri eluding almost certainly a diocerie idininlstcrcd from Beginla where R Bishop would reside Some sub dlvWIoiiB of the dlttcescs pf rewRtern provinces is also suggested anil if n thia redistribution took p1Rcet1 e t + prevent Diocese pf OlUwa would probably be split tiP Into two dlo aeseu the prorium lal1 border beingI taken bytime eecleslasLfcal bnggdnrtr such a division Being j the Wore likely ill CanseonehielJii bf the claims of t1aeFrenchanaduelement nt time jrut diocese lot a Ttixh end dlneeae of th r wit S r u flLB1 o T TITONLY IzIstH AMERIOANJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNOt- teled e to the Social and Moral A lvanc mcneit of Irish Americans and Catbolcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers P SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bnltrcd at the Loulivllle P et eta al SecadCt M flitter Address IiiCoMMUstlOM It tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weil Qreei St TRAOESnNWa d COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY t SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 1909 t Democratic TicKet Mayor William 0 Head City Treasurer Andrew M Sea Circuit Judges First Chancery division Shackel ford Miller Second Chancery division Bamue B Kirby First Common Pleas division William II Field Second Common Pleas division Thomas R Gordon Third Common Pleas division valtcr P Lincoln Criminal Judge James P Gregory Judge of Police CourtSamuel J BoldrickCounty Judge Muir Weissinger County AttorneyA Scott Bullltt Commonwealths Attorney Josepl M Hulfakcr Prosecuting Attorney of Polic Court Harry W Robinson Clerk of Police CourtHarry OI Nchan City AuditorAdolph Schmitt Bailiff of Police Court Thoma MoranReceiver of City TaxesCharles- W Milllkln Sheriff A M Emlor Circuit ClerkLouis Summers County Clerk P S Ray County Assessor Edward A lIarryJaUerJohn IL PXlanz County Surveyor John Russell OalncsCoronerDr Ellis Duncan County School Superintendent Orville J Stivers State Senators Thirty slxth district Herman D JrowcombThirtyeighth districtsMark Ryan rLeglslat3rs Fortyfourth district L C Ow ingsFortyfifth district John DG Let torleFortysixth district Peter J Cos groveFortyseventh district Rowan Hardin Fortyeighth district Hite Huf fakerFortyninth district Thomas OConnell Fiftieth district Henry Clay Hall Fiftyfirst district Samuel J Robertson Park Commissioners Daniel F Murphy Louis Seelbach John B Castleman Aldermen Fred J Leezer B J Campbell Jr Dr John H Buschomeyer James Treasy Dr C W Schmitt Henry A Kremer R Guy Parker J William Miller Ben J Brumleve George B Coder John M Cllfforu Sam Lcdigh Councilmen First wardJohn Isouliauser and William P Graves Second wardCharles Mann and Dr C G Russmnnn t Third wardWilliam M Booher PflcigFourth Schulman and KingFifth Thomas J Carrey and J A Sriyder Sixth ward Frank Coblens and Michael Leone Seventh ward Thomas Lawrence and Samuel G Tate Eighth ward Samuel W Greene and TJ Morrow Ninth wardMichael McD rmott and D B Colcman Tenth wardRandolph Thomas amL Henry Wolff Eleventh ward Dr C F Melton FinneganTwelfth J Sand and lien C WatsonMagistrates DorseySecond C WheelerThird district H D Robb Fourth districtS 8 Hollis Fifth district Frank Dacher lcmrySeventh D O Connor jEIghth districtsGeorge Berry Constables First district Charles T Osborne Second district J W Floore a Third distfietIL D Robb Or Fourth district L M Camp Ififtk districtDavid AugustusT Seventh district Charles Ratter loano191ghthI dlsirlctJi S Fields jS9hool Trustees First wardJames Jiamsay fj Saeond and Third wards Joseph Plu fI Fourth and Fifth wardsDr Will tam Benders L Eighth said Ntalh wardsDrC- harles L EdeJa Tenth wardalleiIrrrr gcfafaanjir Bhuroatb sad Twftftk wsrdaAb- p JIotopIaa to 4 inSAD IS TILE MAN Hon W O Head Is one of the best equipped men in Louisville for the office of Mayor He has been a student for more than twenty years He is tolerant and independent iin the best sense of the term He is n- strong resolute aggressive character a man of undeniable courage and absolutely fcarlpss in the face of duty If elected Mayor he will defend the people against special privileges ho will defend the humble against the strong and power ful he will fight for humanity and against cruelty The time is ripe and the hour has struck for the appearance of just such a man iIn this community Mr Mead is a candidate that wears well the longer you know him the better you like lint Ho iis making dally visits to various parts of the city and mingling with the men that win elections He will got the full Democratic vote of Louis vlllc and tho votes of many RCpub licans who recognize his worth and who arc disgruntled with the hypocrisy of the Grinstend adminlS tration LIVE OATTL13 VS FREE TltADIS The British Government which seems about to go to pieces is runny pitiably funny England is ia free trade country She lets Into England Scotland Wales and Ire land the produce of every land from Japan to Patagonia She takes with a welcome beef from the Argentine mutton from Australia and pork from China She needs it all to iced her millions on the eastern side of the Irish Sea England takes beer and pork frozen pickled smoked and potted from Chicago packers and Germanys sausage makers all regardless of its condition lint England draws the lino at live cattle The English Scotch and Irish butchers must take their foreign meats sight unseen as the school boys say The ostensible reason for barring foreign cattle is to prevent the spreadof disease among English herds Very good But what about spreading disease among the people who eat this pickled and potted foreign stuff Is no regard paid to their welfare But there is another question Would not the free importation ot live cattle be too much help to IrIsh farmcxs because the grazing lands of Ireland are considered unsur passed in the world The introduction of American ana Canadian cattle into Ireland would mean anew and wonderful source of revenue to the Irish farmers It would be more than over the supporter ot England but tho Britishers consider it too good for Ireland Therefore cattle on the hoof vlhl continue to be taxed VOTE RIGHT Every good citizen of Louisville ought to remember that next Tuesday will be election day and that itI is his duty to go to tho polls and cast his vote regardless of party prejudice for what ho considers right It is a matter of conscience to vote for those whom you consider best filled to govern whether in high or in low places The spurious reform the hypocrisy of the present city administration and the in famous conduct of someof its agents have disgusted many of thee former supporters of James F Grin stead and his party The Demo crate after his election as Mayor respected his authority until he not only made himself a practical joke as a reformer but advertised it He certainly has an untiring if mis guided press agent During the past ten days the police officials have grown desper ate in their frenzy There Bro some gentlemen remaining on the police force but the majority have become lemorallzed and no citizen is safe from insult abuse and personal violence The new Mayo should loseno time in weeding out the present force and it is to be hoped that his first official act will be to name a Police Chief who believes in something more than dress par ades automobiles and brads Qto the polls on Tuesday and iota for the right set of candidates If you want 11000 negroes to rule ho city vote for Grihstead If you lelieve In white supremacy vote for wOIIoadIoliue 0 rgt Bttek Driller tivaa pre rated im the PpllM Conrt Wedoee day on the obarge of false wearing Xe swore that If Jl Qi Borgimuui yad leers pidkad Up druaktybf the on the night of ptembey 30 hid ie Ra Ifg1n butt this time stands for good government He prpvcd an alibi and the Police Court Jokebeg pardon Judge dismissed Miller but adnion ishcd him to bo more careful in sweaing away a mans reputation St Johns Record a little magazine published monthly by the students of St Johns University Collcgcville Minnesota lias made its appearance on our exchange list It is a bright and interesting journal of current events and reflects credit on the students and their teachers the Fathers of the Order of 81 Benedict The Kentucky Irish American is glad to have St Johns Record on its exchange list Tuesday will be All Souls day a day set apart by the church that all the faithful may offer prayers for the souls in purgatory It is a time to pray for deceased relatives and friends and for those who have nova to pray for them An exchange says In those days of cheap insurance the man who carries no protection comes danger ously near committing a crime The editor might have admonished his readers also to insure in Catholic fraternal societies Monday will be All Saints day and consequently a holy dayof obligation There are manysaints not named in tho church calendar and each year the church sets aside iNovcmbcr 1 as a day to honor nil saints Louisville Mayoralty candidates have much to bo thankful furno suffragettes have appeared at their meetings to ask how they stand on the womans suffrage question When you go to the polls do not forget that the water rates have been Increased IS per cent since the present city administration camp into power Today is a dayof fast and abstinence the transferred vigil o- AH Saints day which falls on Monday this year On Tuesday recollect that the city administration had to make a second tax levy to provide for the schools Vote to put men into power that will Steep policemen from acting as agents for tho Louisville Post IN MBMORJAM St Mary Magdalens Conference or tho St Vincent de Paul Society adopted the following resolutions on the death of James T Campbell Whereas Almighty God in His wisdom has called home to his eternal rest our beloved President and brother James T Campbell it is Resolved That in the death of Bro Campbell this society loses R most faithful and zealous member one who gave generously of his time and means for the amelioration of tho condition of tho poor the widow and the orphan of every creed and race never sparing him self but always prompt and eager to respond to the cry of the poor and distressed and further Resolved That Bro Campbells labors in behalf of tho poor In a truly sincere modest and catholic spirit is an example worthy of our highest and best love and esteem and faithful imitation We sincerely hope that our Heavenly Father will reward in an overflowing degree the noble unselfish life work of this truly good man We mourn his loss and extend to the bereaved family the assurance of our most sincere sympathy ANSWERED DEATHS CALL Douglas Masterson n well known stationary engineer died at his home 125 Pope street oii Friday of lost week and his funeral took place nom St Aloysius church on Sunday afternoon The church was filled with sorrowing friends who assembled to pay their final respect to Ills mortal remains The Rev Father J A OGrudy officiated at the fu neral Services Mr Masterson was born in Nelson county but had been a resident of Louisville for many years Isis great grandfather was one of tho early settlers of Virginia and his father who died last March at the age of ninetyone was a Confederate soldier and sorted under Gen John Morgan He is survived by his wife who was Miss Bridgie limes a daughter of the late and lamented Martin limes Mr Masterson was quiet and un DbBtrusivo and his widow has the profound sympathy of many friends OLAMOH FOR PASSION PLAY Advices from Munich Germany snytho demand for tickets for the Passion Play at Oberammergau Is greater than ever before Nearly 30000 applications have beenre elved and tho performances only begin on Ascension day next May It Is stated that Anton Lang who impersonatoR Christ has received iOOO applications for rooms In his hound from Americans alone The first Passion Play took place in 1720 and resulted in a deficit of 30- A like deficit continued until 1800 when things took a turn The profits then increased every decade icing in 1890 108000 In that year the present theater which seats 5000 persons was built at a cost of 450000 LEAVES CITIZENS TICKET James K hoe who was nominated for Couricllman from the Eighth ward on the Citizens ticket has withdrawn from the raee and will uppprt lion Wd0 Head and the Democratic ticket Mr Kahoe wrote a manly letter of withdrawal indicating that he had been persuaded too become a candidate lougha ta1arepretation of facts and he 4eolnrtis he hM no iatentton of bo lag Itwrtjr to a acheuM to rid he- Aenbtteaaa i reiiv l1 CeJY llitlt J d Mrs Jack Gilbert entertained the Parkland Bridge Club last Wednes day Miss Katherine Reedy of Clifton has returned from a visit to friends in Chicago Miss Theresa Kelly of Nashville is visiting the Misses Burns of Waverly Court Mrs F Burns of Lexington has returned homo after a visit to Mrs L McCloy of Clifton Miss Katherine Grimes will bo hostess at a Halloween party at hot homo in Portland tonight Mrs Alex Schulten entertained her Bridge Glulb at her home on Cherokee road last Thursday Mrs Martin Connelly entertained her Literary Club at her home In the Highlands on Wednesday atter noonMlss Alice Mahan who whs the guest of Miss May White of Cres vent Hill has returned to her home in Danville Mrs J R GleaBon of West Point Ky has returned home after n pleasant visit to Mrs G II Kustes of Highland Iark Miiis Agnes Garrity will entertain her progressive euchre club at her home 2422 St Xavier street next Wednesday evening Miss Eva Arnold of Lebanon Junction is spending several weeks with her sister Mrs Disney Ryan of South Louisville Mrs Sarah Dycke and son Will lam Dycke of Springfield are guests of Mr and Mrs Stephen Everin of South Louisville Miss Katherine Mahoney has re countafterher sister Mrs J F McDonald of South Louisville i Mrs D Hyland Russell is expected to return next week from a visit to Cincinnati where she has been the guest of Mrs Jlcba Johnson and Mrs Guido Romper Leonard Soete and bride formerly Miss Elizabeth Schoene are expected home from their honeymoon trip next week They will begin housekeeping at 2121 Force avenue Miss Grace Foreman and James McManus welt known young people of New Albany were united in mat rimony at Holy Trinity rectory by the Rev Father Curran on Monday evening Miss Catherine Grimes was given a surprise party at her homo on Portland avenue Wednesday night It was in honor of her twentyfirst birthday and many friends called to offer their congratulations Miss Margaret Ramstein and Zeno Kraus were united in marriage at St Charles Borromeo church last Thursday night Both are well known young people of the West End They will make their home at 2C08 West Main street Miss Bertha L Rcccvour and Joseph M Andrea well known young people of Floyds Knob Intl wore married at St Marys of the Knobs church on Tuesday morning The Rev Father Joseph Sermersheim performed the ceremony and also celebrated the nuptial mays Mrs George Heidbrcdcr and little daughter of Quincy Ill left for their home Monday morning after an enjoyable visit of two weeks with Mr and Mrs John Gray West Chestnut street During their stay a number of dinners and recep tions were given in their honor Mrs Ileidbreder is tho daughter of William Gray a formor well known resident of Louisville and a leader in labor circles Miss Elizabeth C Flesch and Philip H Ender were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Bonifaces churcl on Tuesday morn- Ing The bridesmaids were Miss Ottilia Ruder a sister of the bride groom and Miss Theresa Llchert a cousin of the bride Nicholas Pronto and Joseph Kverslago were the groomsmen After the marrIng the bridal party was tendered a recep tion at the homo of the brides par outs Mr and Mrs Gustavo Pleach 409 South Campbell street Mr and Mrs Bet Bcckmann were surprised on the eighth anniversary of their wedding when a number of friends called at their homo 841 East Madison street and wished them many happy returns of the day Among thQ guests were Messrs and Mesdames Lynch Hell on Keancy Unruh Kimmel Schneider L C Evans Rcnfro Misses Maymo Connor Nellie OConnor Katherine Donovan Maymo Just Sophia Baum Mayme OConnbr Tulle and Emma Knauer Sallie Sullivan Mattie Linton Mary OConnor Anna and Susie HUbrich Eva Corckdalc Maymo arid Katherine Keancy Minnie Collins Della Welch Ronie md Clara Hdllon lichen Kimmel Rosin Schneider Messrs William Unsky James KCaney Richard 3riffts John OConnor John Crull William Corckdalc Thomas Lynch George Beckman Joseph Bookman Bernard Beckman Master George id Keancy GAVE BRITISHERS THRILL Englishmen received another sen ation last Saturday when Hubert ratham the French aviatbrr exemplified the possibilities of an eroplne In thq hands of a fearless Pilot At times his monoplane apr eared to stand still and at other times the machine was driven at a rate estimated tobo between eighty and one hundred miles an hour as he twice circled the course Once he- barely escaped being carried out to- flea Lathams performance caused a sensation among the aviators pros out among whom 01108181 a division of opinion nit td wether hU success is to be attributed to that special Ptoyidenew1tteh proverbially watmhes over fools orto the Scot that MroplwoiaUi have hitherto vm rwthttied the amlitles of the- sew moebtae c a 11 SIXTYTHIRD ANNIVERSARY SALE WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER THIRD a NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINE i For the Celebration of the Sixtythird Anniversary I r rof this great businessi the entire store with its Fortyfive Departments has arranged one of the most colossal mer 1t i chandising events ever held in the South No doubt many of our patrons will recall the extraordinary sale of last year it is an indisputable fact that the volume of business on that occasion has never been equalled in one day by any retail Dry Goods Store in the South or West Every arrangement has been made to have the Sale of Wednesday November 3rd eclipse the record of last year Greater preparations have been made than ever before the facilities for handling the crowds are greatly improved and the values are decidedly greater than any ever offered sn the history of the StorerI STEWART DRY GOODS CO locorporitt- dm CONNECTtQM WITH JAMfcS MeCKEEiY 4 CY MEW YMUL KNIGHTS OP COLIIBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Maysvlllo Council expects to initiate a large class in the near future Gllmour Council of Cleveland Ohio has appropriated 600 to fur nish tho chupel In the new episcopal residence of Bishop Farr lly A new council of the order is about to be instituted at Winchcn don Map It will start out with a charter membership of 100 At Dayton Ohio the Knights have arranged to give a series of lectures for the St Mary Institute The lee tures will begin next Thursday and all the lecturers are well known platform and pulpit speakers Before his departure from Manila for Rome the Knights at the in stance of Archbishop Harty gave a smoker in his honor at the arche piscopal parish His Excellency was much moved by the homage paid him Florentine Council of Pough kcepsle N Y will hold a Columbian exposition November 15 to 29 for the purpose of reducing the bonded in debtedness of the Columbus Insti tute the first edifice erected by the order in the United States The new Catholic college to be conducted by the clerics Of St Viateur at Chamberlain South Dakota will probably be called Columbus College on account of the efficient aid furnished by tho propertyIts PLAYED THE LIMIT How One Irishman Overtaxed Hospitality of His Cousin Many writers have declared that an Irish gentlemans hospitality is unlimited but this is a slight exag geration as is shown by a story bor rowed from a book of Irish incmoircs Jerry McCartle was often tho guest of friends who on account of his pleasant ways extended to him that sort of old Irish hospitality which enabled a visitor in my own family who came for a fortnight to stay for six years In McCarties case the visit stretched to nearly double that time After eight or nine years however his kinsman got a little tired of his guest and let him know of his old mansions proposed renovation and that he had signed a contract for it painted from garret to cellar By George said Jerry its for tuna to that I dont object to the smell of paint and it will be well to have someone to keep an eye on tho painters now that the wall fruit is ripeningSome months passed Then his host informed him that he was goo Ing to bo married adding I thought Id tell you in good time so that you could make loisurely preparations to go as the lady and you may not nit it off as well as you and I doWith tearful eyes Jerry grasped his eOllsinshandeayiS1g Oh Dan dear you have my hearty thanks for your considera tion but dear dear boy surely if you can put up with her I can ARE YOUR HANDS EMPTY That was a beautiful thought which sprang from the heart to the lips ora lowly hospital nunShQ was attending a young woman a trifle worldly in her ways whom the doctors had given over and who night1Vhysaid the nun- Bsaause I have to die the other answered and die with empty hands undldthecruoi1xfrplacing it between the clasped hands of the dying womsaacid sweetly Cryi 6 tomer now Hold this OWdlLOrdyour hands Silte o 1j t i J FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 359 SECOND STREET J f SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARXBRS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SprlDKLambcity Vie also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market prodacU LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY I Both Phones 2399 DR J T CHAVVK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE AND FORQB 7I37IS SEVENTH STREET Mens 1650 1800 and 20 Suits and Overcoats 1195 Today we place on sale the entire Sample Lines of one of the largest clothing factories in the East Only one two or three Suits or Overcoats of a style but all sizes in the lot from 34 to 44 About 400 suits and over coats in all Regular 1650 18 and 20 Suits and Overcoats On sale today as long as they last 1195 MS Moses Go Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Men Wear StoreII f Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klniella Gen Supt II- III J 7lt7 tVLEVSMonday Tuesday Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinees MRSFISKEAnd SALVATION NELL Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee WM ELY CRANEIn His Best Part Father and the Boys Geo Ados Greatest Laughing Success NEW MASONIC One week commencing Monday Nov 1 with usual matinees H B WARNERIn Edwin Milton Roles Romance of Two Continents These Are My People rfA SequeltoThe Squawman LletlerkranzUalloaRENL EMertainmeuts Concerts Ba zapr1Bails Kucbret Btc For dates and terms apply IP wAtrttYLI 47 t4 t rtMMMAAMMMMMMM v U illIIIl JJInvestment IInvestmentI I J J5perNet f nn Mortgage Bonds issued in de m nominations of 100 500 or mi 1000 by the Kentucky Title lil IIpriorityII UU interest yield payable per semiannually I For sale hy the im IU Ky Title I Savings j i Bank IU and Trust Co S J Fifth and Court Plaice M PRINCESSSKATING SEVENTH STREET ARMORY Open every afternoon and night Richardson Roller Skates Good Music KATIE MAY BRADLEY feature of tho skaters carnival at Madison Garden Chicago will give an exhibition ADMITTANCE ISO SKATES I5ci Piano D Drum MusicF- or Dances Parties and Receptions furnished by WMJ KILKBLLY 1653 Prentice Street Cnmb Phone South 2332p Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works- J M UARVRY Mwuftr EXPERT CLEANER sad DYER SWriICIi f saduSalts Cka sdi add rfWMd MM p AM Work Oa rBtMd Or No Pw a MaNNa MU 4M Si nPW wf I 1 F J KENTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN J MONUMENTS In order to make room for the enlargement of our workshop we offer our extensive STOCK OF FIRST CLASS MONUMENTS at exceediiingly low prices Call and T J MULDOON MONUMENT CO i 318320 WEST GREEN STREET i uuuuHOME PHONE as CUMBERLAND 123 J Je BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSt S8LR mast Main Street 44444 D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT a DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers to Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FoR ALL OCCASIONS t All Calls Answered Promptly Day er Night a 1231 WEST MARKET STREET 444444444 +4444+44441444444 + t +4 +J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORSt i AND EMBALMERS I Crrigs Furnished Ntla on- nbert 1531 W ItI N 1 4+4++++++4++ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor y Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETfl i TELEPHONE 810 TTHOMAS KEENAN EmbalmeraTELEPHONE 365 Alt ulabtCarrl1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH a r LADY BMDALMBR Washing and Dressing Ladle and1 Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 u BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses n HeleotroAalEtc Cemetery Work a specialty u REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ 1 nu THE FLORIST 560 S FOURTH AVEe 223UPR1VATEHOSPIT i FSfi THE CARE tF INSANE ANB EPILEPTIC PATIENTS ofWrcyofJetfersoi1vll1eliIdoWJI Ii fw the care aadUMtnMUt of Irwjie and ptopk JwUtattt EOtkmakaid fotMto tiMUi aredmtttWtRa very fox Vooabie For fttrjtber particulate pply toI 1 r MOTHER MARY REGINA1 neRCT MOaHTAL b AeM1 JJ III M a DENTISTRYHOLD TIGHT SUCTION PLATE Is the only plate that is absolutely guaranteed to stick in any mouth or no charges I positively extract teeth without pain My office is equipped with all modern conveniences Crown and bridge work a specialty Prices reasonableHOURS St m to 8 p m DR HENDRICKS Dentist 436 WEST MARKET STREET Ghas fl Rogers t BOOK 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 fetus Magazines ail Ritigkw Articles Or MVTERT DHBOK1PTIOW 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Botkelepkoea lade attentionL HENRY AA1 JJ1PU1iS DYER ADD l CtEAKEA u aUfu 1 aN lrredbVOM QUAMANTUB I 5 w t t i 1 I HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Uoir I the Put WeckOener- Ne6 Notes Tire coming initiation promise to greatly strengthen the ordcr In LouisvilleA precedingStcrcd by Buffalo Hibernians CountyUoardoccasion of the quarterly meeting A rousing reception awaits Will Sam T Wechan when he makes his appearance at the meeting of Divis lop 2- At the last meeting of tho division at mean N Y the degrees were conferred on a class of twelve can didatesBuffalo Hibernians arc contem plating the erection of a monument to the many sons of Erin who died in the cause of America The four divisions should make every effort to haves all their candi dates ready for the initiation ar ranged by the County Board Division 9s baseball club of Min neapolis has given two dancing parties since winning the pennant that have been very largely at tendedThe County Board of Buffalo N Y is so cheered with tho success of its first attempt at athletics games that the members have decided to make an Irish field day a perma nent feature Division 1 will meet Tuesday night when some very important business will be transacted It Is also probable that members for the degree team will be selected The sympathy of tho members in this city and county goes out to Misses Elizabeth and Bertha King and former County President Thomas Quinn who are sadly bereaved by the loss of a loving and devoted father and bright and promising son- Milwaukee Hibernians arc plan series of lectures on Irish subjects for the winter Among the more noted speakers ore Miss Keith ONeil of Chicago Congress man Tamos M Graham of Spring field lit and Kev Father Dempsey of St Louis- Wednesday evening the Ladies Auxiliary will meet at TJobinson Hall Seventeenth and Main and complete arrangements for the reception and reunion to be held NoTcmlmr 17 Miss Rose Sweeney and tho officers urge all members to be present Division 2 meets next Friday night at First and Market streets and n largo attendance of members and visitors is looked for This dl vision holds frequent social sessions and it is hinted that Joe Lynch and John Kenney have a pleasant surprise for Friday night Among the many workers for the order in this city none are more zealous than John T Keancy the efficient and able Financial Secre tary of Division 2 Though unassum inS he is always active and through his efforts many good men have been ushered into tho Ancient OrderNext in order comes the nomina stionis of thin utmost importance ns upon those who will bo chosen will rest tho future wel in a great measure fare of the divisions Our officers in the Falls Cities have all been good men and there Is no doubt but that the wisdom that has here tofore prevailed in their selection will continue VOTE OF THANKS Given D J Coleman and His Coworkers by the Hibernians President Patrick T Sullivan pre sided over a fairly well attended meeting of Division 3 on Thursday night of last week One application was received and three members were reported on the sick list Re ports of the Financial Secretary nnd Treasurer for the third quarter showed that the division was grow ing financially President Sullivan read an interesting chapter of Irish historyA vote of thanks was given D J Coloman and his colleagues on the committee that arranged and carried out the recent silver jubilee celebration Many of the members made addresses complimentary to Mr Coleman and his coworkers GAVE TO CHARITY The Schwaben Vorein on of the leading German societies of Chicago at its annual distribution of its funds for charity made contribu ions of over 3000 1o many deserv ing institutions among which are tho following Alexian Brothers Hospital 300 Little Sisters of the Poor 250 the Gorman Aid Society 250 the Homo for Incurables 150 Ulichs Orphan Asylum 150 St Annes Orphan Asylum 5150 Kosehnll Orphan Asylum 150aU the German Old Peoplos Home 150 NEW INDIANA CHURCH Imposing ceremonies graced the dedication of the new church at Dale lad last Sunday The flight Rev Denis OUoriaghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis was the officiating minister He was assisted by the Rev Father John OCon nell of JofforBonvllle Rev Father Schmltt O S Bqf St Meinrads Abbey and the Key Father Bauer of Huntingbur Delegations of the Knights of StJobn were also present from Jeffersdhville Nets AlbaBjY Evansyille and VInccnnes The new church cost 30000 and is one 6f the handsomest in Southern Indiana x1Tit REPARATION The Catholic WowiiaB League of Englandis ra4aiD funds to erect a shrine in honor ief t Jpn of Are in the new WwtMtelta fettoUo Cline drat It nrfD be in tJaefom1ef a notUIIe It true the SngiUh that auMd Joss f Arete Jpt Mtnedl at- dl t7 4 i I 2C l Liberty and Home Pro tective Party For Mayor r George D Todd For SherilfD W Holmes For City Tux Receiver Dr Edw Boss For County Assessor Robert O Selby PLATFORlr ProtectivePnrtY1 representingItcipal politics the sanctity of tho home personal liberty and freedom free from unreasonable search or interference as andtheoconomyinnndthepeople given an opportunity to express primary laws without favor to any party class or monopoly The said party and Us candidates representing it shall bo Independent In local personalfreedomzen so long as ho does not Interfere with the rlghtH of his neighbor or the general theIawsHonesty and economy In tho adminis tratlon of public affairs with a liberal construction upon expenditures for the public good shall govern and control To exorcise diligence In the execution of the law relating to the observance of SundayToso that the burden may fall justly upon all per sons dote and that It be reduced to the lowest minimum without Impairing the public service To bring about a reduction In tho tolls of tho Cumberland Telephone Company unjusttailingvent said company from operating In the city of Louisville To force a reduction in the price of public utilities viz lights water and transportationTo all legitimate investments of capital corporate or otherwise and to see that their rights are protected and that both tho rights of the corporation and the citizen shall be equally protected under tho law Heallzlng that the Infant children of today are to be tho fathers and mothers of the future we are In favor of the strict enforcement of each and every law of the laud for their protection against the use of Impure milk and their em ployment under the ages forbidden by tho laws of tho State and It shall be our policy to encourage a strict enforcement of each and every law that tho law makers of tho State have or shall enact for their welfare protection and happl ness We shall Insist upon the passage of a law that will require the Halo of all public franchises to the highest bidder for a term of not exceeding twentyfive years and In addition thereto n spcctilc revenue tax of a certain per cent of the gross Earnings of all public utility com panics such as the street railway light telephone gas and nil kindred companies These companies having grown enor mously rich from the privileges granted by the people and now claiming rights to which they are not entitled should be made to bear their proportion of tho bunions of taxation for tho public good On tho question of the modification of the laws or the State governing and regulating the observance of tho Sabbath or Christian Sunday we are opposed to all sumptuary laws that Interfere with or forbid the citizens to follow the pursuits of happiness so long as ho keeps within and respects tho law of tho land which we insist shall apply alike to each and every citizen AVo are In favor of the strict regula thou of the liquor morprlne cocalno and all kindred traffics so as to eradicate all the evils attending them In other words we are In favor of dealing with these propositions that confront us In the spirit of fairness to all parties concerned looking singly and alone to the ultimate welfare happiness and good of the whole peopleWo are In favor of the elation to the Legislature of broad liberal tninded and able men of intelligence and experience free from the corruption of power and greed and other unduo influences who will give to the State their best Aid ablest consideration In tho cnactmen of just laws which are to govern and control- us We are In favor of selecting the judiciary 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 tho least mitigate against the right the opportunity or prl vilege of the laboring man store employ es clerks or any other person working for a salary or wages ns will prevent their attendance at said primaries or con ventions to the end that they may have an opportunity to freely and fairly ex press their choice for all candidates for public office We shall Insist that tho police and fire departments paid as they are by the cit- Izens and the taxpayer shall bo govened and controlled by the citys administration purely upon a business basis and that the members thereof shall not In any manner be Interfered with on account of their political opinions or preferences express they shall be as tree to not and themselves as any other freo citizen ot tho community That their rights shall be the same relating to politics no greater or no less than any other free clthen The public schools In which every father mother and tho children of the city are interested should be kept out of poll tics and tho teachers thereof should be selected solely upon merit and their personal qualifications Realizing that It It the duty of the State through Its Legis lature to look after the welfare and the highest promotion of these Institutions we shall hold it to bo our highest duty to lend to the State and Its Legislature a helping hand to better our present condi tlonsThe city owning Its own waterworks we shall Insist that n strict supervision shall be kept over that Institution and It shall be the duty or the City Adminla tratlon to see that the waterworks shall be well provided for so that each and every citizen may have the best and pur tat water possible to be had at the same time we shall Insist that said company shah realize the tact that It Is apublic Institution organized and created for tho publics good and that it shall furnish to the citizen the best and purest of water at the lowest cost We are In favor of requiring the City Street Railway Company to furnish six streetcar tickets for twentyfive cents or twentyfive tickets for one dollar and that a system of universal transfers shall be adopted We are In favor of the Street Railway Company making n fair and reasonable return upon IU investments at the same time we shall Insist that the citizen shallhave transportation over the city and lines of said company at the very lowest consideration We will favor all legitimate enterprises that will increase the growth and add to the poputtion or our city and add to the material benefit of our citizens With the foregoing declaration of pinetplas we appeal to the intelllgenoes and patriotism of our citizens asking at their hands a fair and just consideration REPAIRS NBCBSSARV Kxtensive irnprov ment Var tain made iin the Cntholle rectory at 8IMIlrytUeTbey have bewiV bdlyR- eaded BatherRiley t4 be able t3 erect a ewlchumh to of the structure ago IRELAND Record of tbe float Important a the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges Edward Cannon an extensive farmer of Mayo Is dead at a com paratively early age The Castlcbar Urban Council has ttdditlonalIJI J Foloy of Listowcl has re rmtUngthoThe Mayo County Councils have appointed Thomas Caddon and Patrick Grady as rate collectors invitations in Irish and English were sent out for the consecration of the new Mlshop of CJogher The Rev Father P McGrisken curate at Shorcock County Cavan has been transferred to Ballytcinplc- Tho Rev Father A Gallagher curate at Gwecdorc County Done gal has been made pastor nt Glen fin John Murphy a trackwalker died from injuries received when run down by a freight train on tho Kin sale railway The death is announced at Oughtcrard of Martin IIalloran for many years a poor law representa the in County Galway B Leslie WJsloW an attorney has been chosen to succeed the late A Carson Cooncy as a member of the Enmsklllcn Urban Council VaugllanhasOgenelloctoceed the late Father Browne Bishop Tohill of Down and Con nor has announced that in future priests would be expected to pass an English lishTho County Claro Technical In struction Committee has mado ar rangements for tho opening of com andIEnnisAnthony Tohill brother of the Right Rev iltshop of Down died suddenly nt his home in Derry Ho was an extensive farmer and was well liked Owing to failing health Mrs Honora Byrne has resigned her place ns matron of the Ballintrobc Union She has been regarded as a- very conscientious official1 GalwnyCountyto consider the deduction of 09000 from the ngrJculturl grant in lien of tho charges for extra police The Limerick City Technical Com mittee huts accepted a loan of 50000 for the purpose of building a technical institute The tender was made by the national banks in Munster and Lcinstcr Tenants on tho townlands of Greagh and Cullagh County Leitrlm have decided to preserve the game trespassersTheyunder tho Ashbourne act A handsome monument has been erected in Donoughmoro churchyard County Kilkenny in memory of the- ItevYr P Harrington of Chicago tlgolIeand was only thirtyseven years old at the time of his deat- hE1EAT1N SIGHT Looks Like Division 4 Will Be Entertained Next Meeting Division 4 A O II met Monday evening with President John UenncBsy In the chair and a good attendance present Dr Charles A Edclcn was reported on the sick list being threatened wltn typhoid pneumonia being tho only member of Division 4 ill at present which is below tho usual average President Hcnnessy announced that the County Board would hold a joint initiation on Sunday December 19 in the large hall and Division 4s degree team would put on the work Michael McDermott announced that h the Democratic ticket was sue cessful next Tuesday that lie would entertain with a little spread at the next meeting when ho expects to be called Councilman JUBILEE AT AUGUSTA On Monday the Catholics of Augusta Ky celebrated tho fiftieth anniversary of tho laying of the cornerstone of St Augustines church one of tho handsomest edl flees in Eastern Kentucky Tho pres ent pastor is the Rev ilcnry B Qellcnbeck who made tho arrange meets for the golden jubilee The ofCovingtonafternoon and opened the celebra tion with a sermon at 730 oclock that evening At the conclusion of the jubilee mass on Monday Bishop Macs confirmed a class of forty fiva c1ll1drcnISAW TIlE LIGHT Mary Garden the noted English actress has become a convert to the Catholic church For some time she had constantly attended services at tho Madeleine immediately after which she went on a motor tour through Italy Thoro the beauty of the churches and churcJ symbols deeply impressed her and she was especially struck with the influence of tho Catholic religion in soothing turbulent and in preventing That of what led to conversionelse remarked Her next visit to America she added would probably bo her last MASONIC THEATER The atraction at the Masonic Theater next week will tie Edwin Milton Ttoyles new romantic drama These Are My People II B Warner will appear in the leading role The story of the drama JIs in teresting and the scenes fire laid in England and the far ostoft1ro United States OATHOMOB NUMBROUS rrTIHt Catholic oitureh Bali the Iftrg= t mbr Wp of ny ontf 0 namIn ftttoa In Iowa It 1aalO1 07 raearixr or tf3 pr sent of the ekurcifc0te s aratiV D lor the RtateII FRANK FEHR 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aBCalvertPJ ltaelteas Pateet LWdeit Pipe farStan telwltdts Wall Ce ML Drain Tile Vitrified Street Pavia kkk Fire Freafii Whip pe Tlnt Liaia Firt Brick Grate and lielUr TU Growitlt Fire Clay tJ MesralkgrkkujIF FiCE 808 i512 W JEFFERSON rIUIpHON8 673 q 0 WORKSt3thawdCazirA- x I r x J t fi i a 4 yyxi3 PEOPLE PARTICULAR To make your money go as far as possible should neverlose sight of the fact that our economical 0ganizafionMAKES LOW PRICES on strictly reliable merchandise Floor Cover ings of all kinds Very fine assortment of RUGS OF ALL KINDS CARPETSI y- H LINOLEUMS 1ONELOW PRICE TO EVERYBODY HUBBUCH BROS WELLENDORFF Successors to Hubbuch Bros 522524 W MARKET STREET ttflaQ ff8C838XSXoXXttQgH DISREPUTABLE I Methods Campaign Employed by the Evening Post Its Attack On George Coder Malicious and Without t Excuse The 1osts Ignorance of the Etical Principles 01 Unionism THE DICKEY BIRD IS IN BAD In its efforts to discredit the entire Democratic ticket and give the reform Republican aggregation a clean field for its mismanagement Indepenllentlcpubllcnn its denunciation of the Democratic candidates with its venomous slime smeared day after day through Its entire editions Its ignorance of the ethical principles of unionism is as apparent to union men as are its professions of adherence to thu notoUlendseelmnleterizeOeorgeproves its ignorance of the ethical principles of unionism as no man hasIn the oath of rthenviolatedcalled ratting or scabbing Any one of the union men In the Postsemploy could have enlightened tho subjectBesides a printer but has Qnhn small IlradloyGilbert Itehasabilityandgood It is true that while 1m was a member of a previous Council his firm contracted for and did Work ypogralaicalUnion bill through the local and Court of Appeals and won Itthe Court of Appeals holding that as long as Mr Codef was n member of the Coun cil his firm could not legally accept and do work for the city The union only fought the position of the firm us a nonunion establishment and not Coder personally On thb con trary Mr Coder has voluntarily In tho presence of a representative of this paper and two other reputable citizens pledged himself if elected to support an ordinance favoring the placing of the union label on all usinghislegislationbeneficial tho city This much two think is duo Mr Coder who isa young man of unusual business ability and should not bd hounded by political asses sins for the purpose of making him a target for conditions for which ho Is responsibleIn a waring resortingtopolitical buccaneer lie should be careful in his attempt to advise labor to vote for the Republican party Thin poorer classes of white labor would Cal sufferers if the Republicans should by chance bo returned in power for the negro Would be in evidence for every white mans job in sight And why not Does he not furnish the major purt of the G01 rote No man or sot of inch who pro fess loyalty to the cause of labor have the right to pledge the intelli gent vote of tlio rank and file of union men to any political party This question has been discussed in every labor union in the country anti the consensus of opinion has been that labor has no tocoercoitsright to attempt mem partylhesentiment in favorsof voting for men and measures that promise and favor remedial legislation looldn to just and equal laws for tIle 110 faction of both capital and labor alike SUCCU3IHED TO PAUALYSIS John II Ivlngr a well known Irinu American resilient of the Vttint End died fit his home Sixteentht and Itanlc street on Tuteday night A month ago hnWM Btrickeu with pttralyriii andVnewr recovered For inaUy years be bad their in the em V lVy of the lUXiliiviUe Hallway Corn phny Ho liurvll8l by Mm wife and two dan htere Miss Elisabeth and Sortba Klnfl 1gth of whom ave proHUmtnt in a U V Ayldllalry t f1 ii SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Uallon First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Koenan Sr Viee President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergeautatArins Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red MensHall First and Market PresidentCon J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone FinanclolSecretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph IV Lynch SergenntatArmsJohn T Brown SentinelWilliam Nash DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Serenteent and Main Streets President Patrick T SuUlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan According Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretory J G Hession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon ScrgenntatArmsPatrIek Uegley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bcrtrand Hall Sixth Street President John II llennessyjx Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mo Donogli 1212 Sixth street Recording SecretaryJno J Vlnn BradySentinel SerseantnhrmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFEIISONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Pfaus Hall KennedyPresident Vice President Robert Gleason Recording Secretary Thos OHerri Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martlu Fogarty and John Kennedy Y J I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Monday Evenings at Club Houshf3O lwentyslxth Street President Louis J Kleffcr First Vice President Thos D dines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording Secretary Robert OH borne SecretaryWl1llamP Financial Secretary Frank G AllamslrealiurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside SentinelrJ C F Bartsch Outside Sentinel William D An dribtt It11fr IIIIERI t toEkF1bj I Struck the Right Medlciie 10 Bblpman IU August 17 180S Tenrtara omj daughter was taken with netTo dliciM to bad that the could not walk without and could hardly Mat hit Hit at the tabs was at thus very norvoaa ant could not iep at night We doctored tor about 3 year tbewe used Pastor Koenla N rre Tonic it bad wonderful effect on her and cured her of all this wa struck the tight kind of medicine MaiJosshslrs- Grateful Jenuarri7th1905IhavePtttor KocalfVNenra Tonlo 1IndIam now enjoying the vcnrbett of health I inuered jrora weakened vitality debility sad kindred ailment and bad a wrens attack of narTOOtness which loft me in weakened and miserable con dition Gratefully I recommend the remedy to all sufferer and they can refer to meI will antwet UUtUM Co UUDLONO A Valuable Book on Nor FREE patlentaIrePieparodPortWayueKOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 9treetoldS 6fer 95 Urge sire 917B 6 Settles tar SII of thq Ancient Order of Hibernians The funeral which took place from St atricks church yesterday morn fag teas very largely attended SYMPATHY WIt PATIENTS IllbCrnlana nil over the city are In deep syiui athyvwitti Mr and Mrs TKbinn Quinn w olirfthrec car ld boy Thomas Quinn Jr Bled on Wednesday morning at tIle family realdeneo1730 Portwrid avenue The little felloiswas Wqllzed by ltispar ehtv T ml was a general favorite jn1 his Tietehbornoodl The funeral took place from the res rs day sad many frlf of strkktii pereats e y Ji 1 TRIBUTE From Now England Dlethodis Episcopal Church to Catholics Seriuoii to IHs Boston Flock Tells of Faithful Devotion Eulogizes Work of Catholic In in Schools find Their Academics HONOR mm IT is DUE There are some of our dissenting brethren who see good in the Catu ollc church Not the least of these was the recently deceased Methodist Episcopal Bishop Foster of Massachusetts Ip a sermon at the old North church shortly before his death Bishop Foster said I have a great deal of respect for Itonian Catholics and tho Roman Catholic church and tho feeling be comes stronger as I grow older I do not think we taut afford to criticise Catholics until we display at least equal zeal in tIle service of tho Master Who arc they whose feet go clattering by our houses these cold Winter mornings Who are they who fill their churches to worship Ood when we aro in our beds VliQ throng our street with reverent faces with prayer book in lhand aye and perhaps with IIH rev erent heart as any of you hear They are zealous faithful Cath olics who believe in the truth of their church and feel that through it alone they can worship God whom they fear and love To what church do these selfsacrificing communi ties belong that toil from morning until night for the good of Gods people Who are these who come hero from foreign lands poor and strange with nothing but a spade and have erected temples of woe ship that put us to shame Isnt it the hardworking man and the poor servant girl who lay a tithe of their earnings on tho altar of God sin cere In their belief timid will they not eyesThere in the Christian Advocate till other day which made me blush when I read it It stated that in New York City thin Catholics have a church property of more than 11000000 a greater sum than the value of all other church property except that owned by tho Episcopal church rUcHe Catholics are the people who fill their churches every Sunday wjth turee or four different congregations These arc tho people who sixty years ago had but three churches in New York and are now filling all our Protestant cities and towns What right have wo to complain that this is so Why should we abuse them because their churches crown tho noblest emin ences of the land Let us possess ourselves of those virtues and qual strongerdegreewhat wo already possess may put us in a position when we have a right to criticise vti61r actions To what churh asks the Bishop do these selfsacrificing communities meaning nuns and Sisters belong that toil from Thorn ing until night for the good of Gods people It may be of interest to cite in fellowship with the Bishops question the statement of Augustus connoting the difference between education and instruction In the United States writes r Post more than onethird of tho students in Catholic academies and convents are nonCatholic The chill dren of wealthy Protestant parents and of tho better class Jews are Intrusted to the care of the Sisters that their morals be san tunrled The parents rest easy o nights for they know their children are safe There ilzilsoan impression which continues to diffuse itself among thoughtful minds that there is something in the training of a con vent school which Imparts to a a flavor of refinement and high Courtesy a dignity of carriage and a suavity of address which ronirilti with her through life- bfACAULr1S THJSATKU Mrs JIRko itstalvniiort Nell wilt ome to Mqc uleys the first half of l upportr11bvlife usual matinee will Iw given jii WedjiBwlay William JI Crane alwayst ft faforlMl in IoiilyiUe will present t JWthar and tha Boy during the last half of the week The new vehicle for mirth is written I Qeorpn Ades best style A matinee will be gitelr on tatuf- t A Zi NN N NNNNNNNNNN i4f ir1909 November Electioni 1909 1ij VOTE FOR if j W 0 HEAD AND TF- 1EStraight DemocraticTicket For Your Furniture Wants I WANT YOUR TRADE I My stocks are largest my prices lowest and my terms the best no n JAMES OREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street Baker GunII We regard the Baker Hammerless Gun at 1800 the best value on the market at the price 12 or 36gauee 26 to 32inch Tobin Special 275O Nitro Sgl Gun 4nO A H Fox37 O H S R Sgl GunJ7J A Saner MOO American Dbl Gun 1000 L C Smltn 25 to 4MO 18 00 Stevens Gnu 120O- Duxbak Hunting Coats waterproof 500 Smiths Ideal Hunting Shoes 3500 00capCatalogue Free to Parties Living Out of City THE SUTCLIFFE CO lNCORlORATlUJI 220 SOUTH FOURTH ONt+ ONNNNINNN 0 iiHOME PHONE 5687 FuaHs 2712a I HENRY FLORIS1 3 jjPlsntIJ Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE I Charles and Texas Sts 556 4thStgOYITIOPeery + NeNeNN NDHNNNeiNO N N R fr BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Kya II imi VVV VVWW YOUR PLASTERING DONTADOUT1 FALLING OFF =Have It Repaired With DIAMOND WALL PLASTER And It Will Not Happen Again KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COINOOHPOHATKn Brock sad River Seth Phones 2267 LoalevilteKy + n t r+ HoB tt FlMX WIKZS CHAMPAGNMU 1 t nAh KOLBI 845 Wt rHO tr trcc LIA1Q1M a tlti4As- u I d u to a Q o i i KENTU XY I IRISH AMERXOANI r YOUR DUTY FIRST 1 I I Every Citizen Should Vote to Guard the Safety of Home Kindredand Property Against Negro Domination j Who Is Who Among the Candidates Put Forward by the Democratic Party and Something About Their Records y i dayrnnd every voter in Louisville is ex petted to go to the polls on that day nnd cast his vote for what he considers tho best interests of the community lit large Every Ameri can citizen has thcrlght to vote ns lIe chooses He is sovereign in him self and ought to appreciate that fact Acute illness nnd death are the only satisfactory excuses for failure to vote Do you want to vote for the ticket headed by James F Grlnstead whoso regime mndo possibilities of Foster Luchslnger and Pfau Do you want negro domination or do you want Louisville to remain a city of whuo people for white people and gov erned by white people There are always two sides to a question do you stand for Foster Lushsinger Plan and niggers or Do you stand for whlto su premacy There is no necessity for beating around the bush Vote one way or the other Tho Democratic party headed by W O Head stands for all that is good and great in Kentucky Since the days of Daniel Boone Simon Kenton and Ueorgc Rogers Clarke the negroes have been well treated in Kentucky when they be haved themselves Theywill be treated well as long ns Kentucky lasts as long ns they continue to net the part of good citizens The Democrats of Louisville and Jefferson county have presented an extraordinary good ticket this year Man for man it is for above the ticket offered by the Republicans Herewith are some bf tIle Demo cratic candidates and their records W O HEAD William O Head the Democratic nominee for Mayor of Louisville is a native of Kentucky for more than a quarter of a century a resident of this city and always a reputable gentleman From his earliest boyhood he has been engaged In tobacco culture and in the wholesale tobacco business Few men have a greater knowledge of the commercial vnlne of Kentuckys greatest staple Mr Head isa man of culture of means Jand a nan who has the best inter i irgcetaefLtkeeftyat heart The prosperilyJttfjLouisvllle means pros perity forlW 0 Head and it means ttmftKe buHness interests of Louis vile willVbo protected by weapons of offense ns well as defense D1 r read is not an idler He is always on the alert Even In his moments of rest he is sleeping on his arms He has sewed1 the city before as a member of the Legislature and his services were invaluable Ho has made onlv one anteelection promise to give Louisville a sane and sound city government tiJUDGESHACKELFORD MILLER Chancellors are the most Im portant lurlsts In any government In Judgo Shackelford Mlllor the city of Louisville has an able exempler of what the Chancellor ought to be For fourteen years he has been Judge of the First Chancery division of the Jefferson Circuit Court and has filled life position creditably and well From 1895 to 1897 he served as spe clal Judge in that branch of tho Cir cult Court In 1897 he was elected Judge of the First Chancery division for a term of six years and at the expiration of his term was reelected for six years more Now ho has been nominated to succeed himself for JudJeMillerand is a scion of an old Kentucky i family He is a graduate of the Louisville High School and of tho r Louisville LawSoboolAlI his in qndhlssdleIdenState the best that Is In him u MARK RYAN Tho Thirtyeighth Senatorial cts tract which is composed of the e apdTwelfthhnPn parttenlnrlyfortiinato hI liryv ningDiukRyan chosen by the Democratic party as its candidate for State Senator a self n I mauo than in the strictsense of the word ills elementary education was received in loulsvllle schools but early in his youth hebadtogt io work He learned the bricklayer trade awl for several years worked AS a journeyman He siinired to higher things At nirhtyt Udi18- 4and read and took aq StrWeet in poUtla nil hardd we attreoted v the attention of the 1 fad to 1898 he was apppjnted l depHJr is the Oircult Clerks bmee ae bas bald that poeltlpo toot welve years During btl ejaf S3W e studied lawft at iii boot and 5 teed tor IIr x 011 t Senator Mr Ryan is n member of the Knights of Columbus JUDGE SAMUEL B nInny Samuel B Kirby the Junior Chancellor of tho Jefferson Circuit Court has obtained an envIable reputation as a Jurist since ho assumed his position on the bench six years ago Llko lila colleague Judge Miller ho was born In Kentuckky and is a graduate of Loulsvlllo schools lie has practiced law here for twentyfive years and has been Identified with some of the most in tricate litigation in the local courts Judge Kirby is a good mixer a prudent pleader and an able advo cate Devotion to the pemocratic party caused his nomination and election as County Attorney In 1901 Ho served tvoyoars and in 1903 was nominated and elected Judge of the Second Chancery division of the Cir cuit Court SInce his elevation to the bench Judge Kirby has been efficient and energetic His decisions have been marked by probity and always display a thorough knowledge of the law It is tho duty of the citizens of Louisville and Jefferson county to reelect him for another term of six years THOMAS R GORDON F wy members of the Kciitucky tar ore wi iticl1ikld regardthan Thomas R Gordon who is the incumbent Judge of the Second division of the Com u u mot Pleas Court and who has been nominated by the Democrats to sue cecil himself Judge Gordon is n native of Oldham county lIe grew to manhood and practiced law there before removing to Louisville Isis commanding presence and dignified bearing won him the respect of his fellows when lie removed to Louis rule to practice Without a short time he had risen to a position of prominence at the Louisville bar and for many years the firm of Strother Gordqn was recognized as one of Louisvilles leading law terms In 1002 Judge Gordon was elected to the position he now holds to cave an uncxpircd term of one year In 1903 he was elected to succeed himself for six years Thin ing his seven years of service on the bench he has made a record that any jurist might bo proud of and his reelection will reflect credit n the wisdom of the voters of Louisville and Jefferson county WILLIAM H FIELD William H Field who has bepn nominated by the Democrats of Loulsvlllo to succeed his late and Illustrious father Emmet Field as Judge of the First division of the Common Pleas Court hardly needs an IntiQilgctlon to Loulsvlllo voters H- eIBaUve of Louisville attended and graduated from her High School studied lay under his father And at the University of Virginia Before- Cractieing ills proteeeion as an at lorney Mr Field Waif the court reporter for the Cotirler Jour1al for several sndlIB regarded by those in a poeltionto know as the ablest and Moat energetic court reV porter thai y per ever had He has all the ilmssu1 aDd broadness of character that his father possessed I HisI MMttlon perhaps nrpasaee tbat i of flbut te linb ritraH of the late Judges good traits Will FIeld has always been a Democrat but until the present campaign has never sought office neither has he ever engaged in active political work Ito has tho mind of nti analytical jurlst and his election will reflect new splendor on the Kentucky brir WALTER P LINCOLN Walter P Lincoln a native of Louisville a graduate of her High School and law school is the Demo ratio nominee for Judge of me ihira division of the Common Pleas Court Mr Linooln was born of Irish parents anti is proud of it He has always been identified with Democratic affairs and for years has been active in the councils of that party His long experience nnd sound judgment in legal afairs have caused him on many occasions to bo chosen as special Judge in the Jef ferson Circuit Court In 1907 he was appointed Judge of Jefferson county by Gov Beckham and acquitted him self admirably Attorney Lincoln is in every way qualified to grace the bench He is one of those lawyers who are continuous students He finds something new to learn each day Nor does he confine his studies to law nellteruture art social economy nUll church history are al ways full of interest to him Mr Lincoln is ono of the first members of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus MUIR WE1SSINGER Muir Weisslngcr the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Jefferson County Court is n young man of superior talents Ills intellect comes to him by right of inherit anco Both his father and mother are people of more than ordinary Intellect and intelligence HIs father Marry Welsslnger one of Louisvilles leading business men and most esteemed citizens gave his son every educational advantage When ho returned from college he was not only a student of law but had drank from the founts of Juris prudence in different universities Engaging In appearance courteous yet dignified Muir Weissinger ap peared to have fill that any young lawyer might need He was not yet satisfied The young attorney entered the office of his uncle Peter B Muir tho nestor and patriarch of Louisvilles bar After a few years there Attorney Wolsslnger decided It walt time to paddle his own canoe and embarked in his own behalf This is his first venture in politics After election ho will handle tho af fairs of the County Court in an ablo yid exemplary manner SAMUEL J BOLDRICK Samuel J Boldrick the Demo cratic nominee for Judge of tho Police Court belongs to ono of tine oldest families in Kentucky He is a native of Marion county inheriu Kentucky grit and Kentucky en ergy After graduating from St Marys College in Marlon county hi attended Georgetown University and graduated from its law achojl with distinctive honors Unobtrusive in his manner Mr Boldrick has made friends fnU those with whom lie associated During the past fifteen j years he has practiced law in Louis viler and white his name has never been heralded in the newspapers he has had some mighty problems to handle This Js his first venture into active ponies although he7 haa always been a Democrat and hits taken an Interest in Democratic affairs lie understands human uawrtheTft t requisite foraJudge of the Polio Court His fellow attorneys predict jbat be will make an able state jurist and tbat he wWs4 ellI tiaeeatempsv i tMe A SCOTT BUtLITT In accepting the nomination for County Attorney from the Demo cratic party A Scott Bullitt is malting a personal sacrifice But he docs not mind that At school and college ho never minded n Jam in n football game and to him with youth and hope on his side every thing is bright and promising He theiworldis serious is in defense of n client Nobody has ever accused him of be ing an orator but according to family traditions ho is liable to catch the ailment ntrfny time He is a sound and reasoning attorney ono of tho kind that never quits until ho gets nt tIle root of things He comes of a family of lawyers and states his case so plainly that nono can misunderstand him Gov Bcckham thought so well of him in 1007 that he made Mr Bullitt Sheriff of Jefferson county by appointment Those who know him intimately believe that he will make a lasting impression in Jefferson county after his election as County Attorney HERMAN D NEWCOMB lion Herman D Kcwcomb the Democratic nominee for State Sen ator in the Thirtysixth Senatorial district which includes the county of Jefferson and the First Second and Third wards of Louisville is strictly a home product In his race for State Senator Mr Newcomb has made many friends in the city nnd particularly in the county where he has devoted a great deal of his time since his nomination and from the pace he has set ho will ben sure winner The people realize that Mr Newcomb is making his race in the Interest of no class or set of men and that if elected he is In a posit tl6n to servo the interests of nil the people of Louisville and Jefferson county alike His ability and experience is well known nnd it is certain that the voters in his district are going to avail themselves of the opportunity of naming a State Sen ator who is In every way best fitted to serve their interests Mr New comb has served in the Kentucky House of Representatives and is thoroughly familiar with the work ings of the State Legislature DR ELLIS DUNOAN The Democratic party acted wisely In nominating Dr Ellis Duncan for Coroner of Jefferson county Tow young men are more popular in the community Despite his boyish ap pearance Dr Duncan isa man of mature thought and a physician and surgeon of experience All his hopes and aims arc centered in Louisville and at all times ho has given his best endeavors to help the people of this city When the Span ishAmerican war opened in 1808 Dr Duncan was one of the first residents of Louisville to volunteer As surgeon ho accompanied the First Kentucky Regiment from Louisville to Lexington to Tennes see and then to Porto Rico The good health of the Kentucky boys was duo in a great measure to the watchfulness and care of Dr Duncan On his return he was made Superintendent of the City Hospital and made the most capable official ever in charge of that institution In 1007 ho was appointed Coroner of Jefferson county by Gov Beckham Now he has been nominated at the instance of the people who expect to elect him There arc no taints rm tile in1ntnr tkini ta win metro anexceUen tpublleslrva n LOUIS SUMMERS I It is doubtful If Louisville ever had a man better equipped for the position bf Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court than Lpnis Summers the present JAndldateot the Demon oratlc party Mr Summers is still on the sunny side of fifty but lias been engge i in Democratic politics since he was twentyone Few men knowtheQetl1sdfXerituckyaw IB does Louis Summers He was aeputJCMrkuJideJCaptPJoJrw 9YIetk ot the old Cheaoery Court He iMd M psi- ioaetitstton 7 when rtw floated szLst J i L was a clerk in the office of the Board of Public Works and for the past four years has been theCItJAssossor of Louisville In each and every position ho has made a study of detail and his subordinates lnvO puttedforto duty and indefatigability Ills election as Circuit Clerk will mean much to the people of Louisville and Jefferson county A M EMLER ISheriff of Jefferson county is one tIleI any fiscal officer in the State Louisville and Jefferson county has never had a Sheriff recreant to his trust and for that reason A1 Emler a lifelong Democrat a man of affairs and a man of enterprise has been nominated by his party as the can didate for that high position at the coming election He comes of good German stock and has lots of hard common sense From boyhood he lieu buffeted the world and has al ways managed to stay on top Few men in Louisville are mores highly regarded in business and banking circles Mr Emler did not enter the political arena through choice He was convinced that it was a duty he owed his fellow citizens his oily county nnd State Ho will make the best Sheriff Jefferson county Las ever hind ROWAN HARIHN Among the several Democratic nominees for Representatives in the Kentucky Legislature there arc- few if any abler men than Rowan Hardin nominated to represent the Fortyseventh Legislative district composed of the Fourth and Fifth wards The very name Rowan Hardin is Indicative of the fact that he springs from two of Kentuckys oldest and most celebrated families Mr Hardin was born in Frankfort and spent his early boyhood in Uardstown In 1885 he came to Louisville nnd entered the High School After graduating from that institution he studied law and grad uated from the Louisville Law School He began to practice his profession in 1802 and since then has built up a lucrative trade as a barrister lie has served as a member of the Louisville Council and is in every way qualified to fill the position for which he has been nominated Among his brother lawyers he is regarded highly for his knowledge of State and municipal law As a Representative ho will ably represent his city and district and his nomination has added strength to the ticket in what is normally a doubtful district GEORGE BEttHV One of tho easiest winners on the Democratic ticket at the coming election is Ucorgo Berry the nom inee for Magistrate in the Eighth district which is composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth wards Mr Berry is a man of the people He lives moves and works among them As a commission merchant he meets all classes and is popular in every class Ills word is taken ns his Magistratewillhigher things still Mr Berry is an active member of Holy Cross parish and an ardent member of the Knights of Columbus This is his first entry into practical politics but those familiar with his sound and commonsense way of looking at things believe that Magisterial dig nity wilt only bo a stepping stone toward Congressional honors- FRED LEEZER Fred Leczer the well known brick contractor is recognized as one of the ablest of the many able men nominated for Aldermen He is a Louisville man and Is eUnnel favorably known in building and commercial circles Moreover his leaning toward union labor has made him popular with the working classes Mr LeezeV has had some of the largest bricklaying contracts in the city arid ibiswork has +never fatted to give aatfefr ethos He iwlllr wake tbat1 tbeklndcOfFa that DM the iI 14 past two years He knows every hole and corner of the city and 1 will undoubtedly be a leader in his board Mr Leezer has always been E a Democrat but has never been a politician Ho expects to introduce systematic business methods into the procedure of the upper board ol the General Council CHARLES W MILLIKEN Charles W Milllkcn the Demo cratic nominee for City Tax Re ceiver is a Kentuckian born and bred A native of Simpson county he loves every hill mid valley in the rI State and is proud of the fact that he is of Irish descent In 1888 ho removed to Louisville as an employe of the Adams Express Company He was a hustler and within a few years became Vice President of the American Butter and Cheese Company the largest business of its kind south of the Ohio river While the headquarters are in Louisville there are branch houses in Indianapolis Detroit Cleveland nUll Birm ingham Mr Mllllken has been the active head of this business for soy oral years and beyond n doubt has a personal acquaintance exceeded by none in Louisville Mr Milllken has always been a Democrat nnd has always taken an active interest in his partys welfare He will make an ideal Tax Receiver and four years hence may be the partys candidate for Mayor FRANK DACIFER Popular Frank Dacher who is the nominee for Magistrate in tho Fifth Magisterial district composed of tho First Second and Third wards is a wheel horse among the young Demo cratic workers of Louisville He vao born raised and educated in Louis villo and from boyhood has been identified with Democratic politics The only way to make Frank Dachci angry Jlitu accuse 113tgt TT elnir any thing but a Democrat For eight years ho made an efficient deputy in the Circuit Clerks office and learned by experience more law than many attorneys who carry college degrees In 100C ho was appointed Clerk of the Quarterly Court for a term of three years Now he as pires to the more dignified position of Magistrate Mr Dacher does not confine all his attention to legal affairs lIe believes in recreation as well as work Ills popularity is so great among the bowlers that he has been made President of the nulls City League and he is like wise an ardent baseball fan HAimV O NEIIAN Harry C Mohan real estate dealer and broker has been nominated by the Democratic party for Clerk of the Louisville Police Court and the honor could riot fall on worthier shoulders Born raised and educated in Louisville nnd thoroughly identified with the city a interests he will make a most capable officer Although he hns never before as pired to office Mr Nehan has always been a Democrat nnd a hard worker for the party Ho is also a hard worker in the local council of the Knights of Columbus and has done faithful service as Secre tary of their Eentertainraent Com mittee Wherever there is work to bo done inn good cause you will find Harry JNohan After he becomes Clerk of the Police Court he will carry with him into that office the same business system that has made hint prosperous and will conduct himself with the gentlemanly bear ing that has made him popular THOMAS MORAN Thomas Moran known to his familiars a8Dul1 Moron is the Democratic nominee for Bailiff of the Police Court He has lived all his life in ihe Tenth ward and since he leas been old enough to vote has been active in Democratic politics No night was top cold ho blizzard too fierce to chill the ardour1 of stud Moran when Democratic interests were at stoke For four years he has been Constable in Magistrate Edward OConnors court and has iilwsya showjv lovouon to duty even under trying circumstances Mr Moran Understands human nature and he knows Louisvillepeople i After his election as Bailifff he will uIidr nd how to handle the irowds in the Police Court and iJhat TrayCwili be an efficient aid to he Police Judge He Is youngr Itire Mert and iiiiij I aroaed I vote getter His early ability on the a baseball field made hint popular with the fans and Mr Moran is in very way popular with the younger democracy JOHN R PFLANZ There are few if any men on the Democratic ticket that have seen more public service or that have done as much for Louisville anu Jof erson county as John R Pflanz Ho was born raised and educated in Portland and while always having the interests of the West End atfheart he has never overlooked afchanco to benefit the people of the whole city For several years ho served as a member of the Board of Aldermen and from 1895 to 1803 ho was Sheriff of Jefferson county In 1808 ho was elected Jailor of Jeffer son county and served until tho close of 1007 In all his public service he has been faithful and competent During his regime as Jailer the new jail was built and many of his ideas wore incorporated into the plans of the supervising architect Mr Pflanz has always been humane in his treatment of prisoners and his former conduct in office caused the people to clamor for his renomination Mr Pflinz In a practical Catholic and a member of tho Knights of Columbus PILES S RAY Pres S Ray is known to nearly every voter in Louisville and Jeffer son county ns one of the wideawake Democrats in this neck of the woods He has always been a Demo v crat and from 1002 until 1000 was the Assessor for Jefferson HiII hoat offollowersbave canned him to be nominated for County Clerk this trip and his personal popularity insures his success Mr Hay is no halfway man lIe finishes every job he tackles and is not afraid of hard work His experience as County Assessor brought him into contact with affairs in tho of fice of the County Clerk HO that when he assumes that office ho will drop into duties that will make him feel at home His friends and ad mirers stretch from the lines of Oldham and Bullit counties to tho Ohio river on the north and west Even Republicans that have had business dealings with him are hearty In their support of Pres Roy LIEN T BRUMLEVE I Ben J Brumlcvc a sterling young Democrat and active business man Is one of the Democratic nominees for Alderman and his election will mean that the Eleventh ward will have at least one able represents five in tho General Council of the city of Louisville He is n son of John Brumlevc a pIoneer German American merchant of Louisville and is thoroughly identified with tho citys interests For several years he has been engaged in the hay grain and flour business at Seventeenth and Chestnut streets He is able intelligent aggressive and at the same time courteous The voters of tho Eleventh ward know him well and his constant inter course with business people has made him well known and popular all over the city Mr Drum eve is no ono mans candidate but expects to work for all tho people nil the time SAMUEL L ROBERTSON The Fiftyfirst Legislative district which is made up of the Eleventh and Twelfth wards has a sure inner in Samuel L Robertson the Democratic nominee for Representa I It pavemeatspgtingdown has been very successful in business Since his early manhood he has been active in Mackin Council Y MA riu1d is one of the Vice residents of that organization ills mind iIs M broad as his stature soil heart lire large iCiy Robertson had always been ii Democrat and has been R hard worker for his parly When hi errleei were moat needed He kagwu everybody in W district and avov Si weU eud favorably i t 10 r Q OL c i r Kg TUOKY IRIS A1tIERIOAN4 p Mr Robertson knows what his dis trict needs in the way of State legislation and will use his utmost endeavors at the coming session of the Legislature to pass laws bene tidal to his district and State IL J CAMPBELL in One of tho young men of sterling worth and ability who has peen nominated by the Democratic party for Alderman is Bernard 1 Camp hell Jr He Is more familiarly known us young Barney Camp I cllnpbellhnspolitics municipal State and na tional and always votes tao straight Democratic ticket This is his first venture as n candidate but his per sonal popularity will insure his elec tion tic fs A plasterer by trade and Kentuckywanl lishing the firm of which he is President Mr Campbell has been eminently successful Although proud of lila Irish parentage Tie is still prouder of his State and city and as Alderman will bo untiring in his efforts to make prudent laWs for the citys government 111 p HORGMAN Among the Democrats who have given their time and attention to educational affairs in Louisville is Dr D Bergman who represents the Eleventh anti Twelfth wards in the Louisville School Board lie Iis a man of culture and experience in his profession There are few better surgeons in Louisville than Dr Borgman anti yet he is modest and I unassuming During his tenure of office he has made an able School Trustee and so well has he acquitted himself that his constitutents in slated on his rcnomination Dr Borgman knows what the city needs in the way of educational facilities and he has never hesitated to assert the rights of the children anti the taxpayers lie has never been nig gardly in the expenditure of money when the occasion arose For two years ho has been one of the most prominent figures in the Louisville School Board and now that he knows the ropes will be even more prominent during the two years to come EDWARD A BARRY The people of Jefferson county need an utile active man ns their k Assessor Such a man is Edward A 4 Barry who has been tried in politi eat circles and who has never been found wanting He is a Louisville boy and Is on the sunny side of tk forty Ed Barry is nil that any young American should be capable p efficient anti indefatigable where huty is concerned He is nn iron worker by trade For five years he served in the Health office ns one tt of the Sanitary Inspectors and when he loft Dr M K Allen said he was the most competent inspector he had Mr Barry has made n study of affairs in Louisville and Jefferson county and his election ns County Assessor will be of great benefit to s every taxpayer BEN J SAND t There are few branches of the municipal government as important as Its legislative divisions the two I boards of the General Council They are the home rule legislators of Louisvilc Among the twentyfour Democratic nominees there is no jrabler no more aggressive man than lien J Sand Ho is not only in thorough touch with tim working cjassesr but he is highly regarded by merchants manufacturers and pro c fessional men lie Isnn Inde fatigable worker and gifted with a Tplnblllty and endurance thai would any statesman When ho has 1credit f nlad up his mind on a certain ques 4 I f I1111I1e ar quits workIng or talkI higJuiUlhlsend Is accomp1lsbeJ- Uy trade lie ts4a Mgarmakcr anti is Prtdent of Local Union No 32 For l fifteen T yri he has been prominent la local labor eirclee and js well and favorably known to the leaders of throughout thenatioui While labour alwkjrc an aggressive leader W haa J never beel styl d aa tUtor but strives for the greAtoat fooft to Ute r t greatest number It is certain that I Mr Sand will be chosen President of the Council j PETER J COSGROVE One of Ldulsvilles able young attorneys in Peter J Cosgrovc win has been nominated by the Democratic party for Representative for the Fortysixth district composed- of the Second nnd Third wards Like most of the other candidates his education was received in llOcal I schools and when quite a outhheI obtained employment as clerk in the office of ONeal Phelps le I remained with the late Joseph T J ONonl for many years nnd in the t meantime studied law anti began to I practice in lila own behalf Steady thorough painstaking nnd devoid of fancy flourishes Mr Cosgrove istevery inch a lawyer of the people All his life nas been spent among the people that have nominated him ns their Representative in theS Kentucky Legislature He has never held n political office but for the past fifteen years has been active in the councils of the Democratic party t- All a matter of fact there are no weak candidates on the Democratic ticket Andrew 1Sen Sr is nn old time citizen nnd a Confederate veteran He Is the Democratic nom inee for City Treasurer James P pthoCourt is not untried As n soldier as County Judge and as private cit izen he has always stood for what was right nnd fair Where could you find a stauncher advocate of IKentuckys criminal laws titan in JrcsentConimimunwenithis inee for reelection Harry W Rob inson the nominee for Prosecuting Yttorney of the Police Court hUll been tireless in lila efforts for the party during the campaign that is about to close Then there is sEI dolph Schmitt the nominee for City Auditor n trained stattstlcan md n young man who always minds ils own business In the list of county nominees you L will find John Russell Gaines the inndidate for Courtly Surveyor n ronng man who was for years on the civil engineering staff of the Joulsvlllo Nashville Railroad Com dlIneeIchools He is n successful farmer L- nnd school teacher In the list of Democratic nom flees for the Kentucky House of l Representatives are Luther CsW ngs a farmer anti stock raiser of Jefferson county John M1 Letterle who line served the First ward of louisvllle as its Representative for six terms into Huffnkcr an able oung lawyer from the Sixth nnd Jcvcnth wards Tliomas OConncll of the Pullman Paface Car Com many from the Eighth and Ninth wards and H Clay lInIln barber i aud labor advocate from the Tenth ward These are the 1 kindof1 people i pWherolore capable set of candidates for Pare Commissioners than iJanlel F Ic lurphy Louis Scclbacli nnd John Bvi lastlcman n1 Among the candidates for Alder p- 1men tire Dr Jonn H Buschemcyer d James Trcasy Dr Cl W Schmilt p lenry A Kremer R this Parker J Villlam Miller John M Clifford Icorge Coder anti William Ledigh For the lower hoard of tho General Council the nominees are from the First to the Twelfth wardsIJ bun Nchauser William P Graves D lharles Mann Dr C G Rusttmann 11 Villlam M Booher Philip J Pflcig Ben Schulmnn Jerome King 1 homns J Garvey J A Snyder Frank Coblons Michael Leone liomas Lawrence Snrnuel G Tnte A Samuel W Greene T J Morrow lichael McDermott D B Coleman tandolph Thomas Henry Wolff Drtl C F Melton Charles J Finnegnn Den J Sand and lien C Watson Excellent material is offered for iugistrates R O Dorsey in the ilrst district Charles C Wheeler in C the Second H D Robb S S Hollls 1 Ed Meglcmcry nnd Edward D1 VConnor are all well Hiown in democratic circle Charles T Os II orno J W Flooro II D Robb Jl L M Camp Tony Steitcnknmp xsw Roberts Charles Rnttcrmnn anti I- Jr S Fields are the offerings for CConstables Each is well known 1nq his district II Last lint by no means least are thc candidates for School Trustee The First ward puts up an educated the porson ofTnmeKVliil illllll ill The Second and Third wards lamsay desire to send Joseph PInzznttt lack Dr William Sanders has been lomlnatcd by the Democrats of the fourth anti Fifth wards Dr Edclen IR the nominee from the Eighth and t Ninth and Henry Schlmpelcr from time Tenth ward EIGHTY YEARS OLD j j Catholic Journalism In the United States Is eighty years old Its rounder was the ReV Gabriel Richard who has the unique record of being the only priest who ever sat- In Congress Father Richard edited and published tho Eseal du Mich- Igan in Detroit FANCIES OP FASHION Corsets are longer over the hips but cut lower at the top Red is ii brilliant exception to the rule that makes for dull hued colors For fan wear many double veils of contrasting colors are being offered v Sleeves in little girls xlresscfi are fuller long nnd have often pnn or two puffs The cratfe for shawls has brought with it renewed and welcome drap ings on dresses jfhe general tendency Js awayr from vivid colorings anti few- luAtrotis t surfaces are seen The Dutch and Eton collars arc promised a renewed popularity through the winter season Dark gray is promised a great popularity and a new shade dubbed coal lust is among time leaders Buttons are large and decorativei but should be used only wh0re they look as Iit they are needed to something TJie most iwttlsfttctory utooki1 just now are made of embroidered linen and thr strong beautiful Irish lace Svhltih is BO fashionable- It MemB as if the latest fail in haivdreaalnjf u UM of ftleta and jeweled hair bandi hw coma to t y for a trrKOe at k4pt PORTLAND CLUB I Prove Themselves GoodI Entertainers as Well as Players ibe Portland baseball club entertained last Saturday evening with a banquet at Hosiers Retch nnd marked the successful closing for this year of tim best nil around amateur team that has ever repre sented this city Capt Frank lleichcrt hctcd as toastmaster anti his witty and happy allusions were the hit of the evening Right here It con be said that Mr Rcicnqrt line won n place in the heart of every amateur bajl player of this city nnd patrons for mainly through his efforts amateur ball has been I given n big impetus in this sectionIIIThe players nnd fans alike him open the season in time near I future in his official position ns His Honor the Mayor in pitching the first ball over the plate Every man on the Portland team has conducted himself ns a gentle man both on and off the field and spectators were always treated to a clean exhibition their slogan of clean ball being upheld by Umpire Babe Ryan who ns hand ler of time indicator ranks second to none of the big leaguers In the of remarks of their guests many bright were made for the sue of the Portland team and they tit wero urged to keep up the high standard they hind made in their first season Following were those present Eddie Baker John Weisenstein Danny Lally Fred Harper Harry Lnlly Howard Williams Toe Deekin George Boardman Patrick Henry Doherty George Yantz Umpire Babe Ryan Capt Frank Rclchart William Boardman Fred Schmidt file Boslcr John Lapaillc Ben Ditz er James C Weaver of the Focus S Foley of the Evening Post Charles Rolnhnrt of tIme Times Fohn J Barryof the Kentucky Irish American Frank B Williams 3oorgo W Lamb Tohn Allen Toe ally anti P BnerUPASSIOXISTS BUSY ers flbUllYof Covington On December the Rev Father Charles Cassidy 1 and Rev Father Alexander Cl1e tcll1lrcllather Cassidy will ojnm a mission thefor nonCatholics nt St Patricks church Time Rev Father Cassidy liD vas formerly attached to tile Sacred Icart Retreat in Louisville but lineI been transferred to the Passlonlstfl louse InChlcngoeLEADING EDUCATOR 1 JAnh4 0- 1best Prof II 7 B Falk one of the known educators in Newport died at lila home in that city flInstmat sixteen yeqrs ho had been In- barge of St Stephens parochial school nnd was organist and choirt 1Intl1 nd two eons The funeral took mit on rn iiiUBmij morning and him I reds of his old friends anti former 1 upils assisted at the obsequies j t RECORD BREAKING BRANCH pAI Irphnns Society was organized at rely Trinity church Kentucky and upuy streets last Sunday morning t1 t began with a membership of fifty one n record breaker for the organ p tntlon The officers chosen are bun W Zlmmor Presidentt Edward Vonderheide Secretary Joseph I tottman Treasurer anti Oscar faler and Fred J Baum Delegates I o the Executive Committee POLISH CHAPEL nOmmDt1 In Thieves broke into the Pauline onvcnt chapel nt Czonstochown lusslan Pollnnd Inst week and IItoleII the pearl studded robe diamond rown anti numerous votive offerfage of jewels The total value of the plunder is several million troubles TIle convent has been nmons for Its representation of of the Virgin and has attracted nII liiarter of a million pilgrims an lualljv TRIDUAN CELEBHATION J St Edwards church in Jetfersoh town was a shrine visited by ninny ouisvllle pllgrimn on Sunday Mon lay and Tuesday On each of these lflSS the church was fmedto overflowing by members of the congre gation 01111rlOUR Catholics from visitors were accorded a welcome and the Rev DrII levormann is Well pleased with thec outcome of time trlduan celebration r DIED AT RIPE AGE j 1 Mrs Lizzie Iligglns one of the I oldest ladles in howling Green tied In that city last Saturday The de eased was eight elght years old Two daughters Mrs Mart nCnmp md Mrs Julia Seeley joUr res dents of Bowling Green survive i her She hind been a member oi St Tosephs church for more than sixty years anti her funeral took place from that edifice on Monday NEW ST MARYS CHURCH Time new church of St Marys atlt McQuady Brecklnridge county willI be blessed tomorrow morning time 11ev Father C P Raffo will preach time sermon The Rev Father John F Knuc pastor of tIle new church expects many visitors from the sure rounding country St Marys parish was formerly a branch of the mission at Axtell TRINITYS SUCCESS The euchre Ibtto and dance given by Trinity Council at its new home on Baxter and Mo ton avenues last Wednesday night was a grand soc cess Every foot of floor space occupied and many handsome prizes Iivere distributed The second of TrinityRj series pt fall dancen will be ghoiinext Thuraday evening n CHAIN OFIIGNALS With the M plloa of about f20- mil there te a chain of automatic block iKBaU from the Atlantic t j Ww Pvtltle on ABwrJ an ratlrasda J BOYCOHS And Worse Are Afoot Apnln Cnthqlic Irish 01 Ulster Ormiyeism ICnmpniitin Stronghold of the Black North Starve em Out Measure Ilav Been Very Freely Adopted CASE OF WOMEN MILLPRKER The antiCatholic movement la moro rampant in certain parts of Irelan than it Js in Kentucky ondII Louisville Is one of the mitt stroifg holds of the desperate Junior Order I American Mechanics the orphan I offspring of the A P A movement present the nntitlatholic movement in Ireland seems to center around Portadoyvn Not long ago the Dundalk Democrat recited the story of a woman mu yorker won sough compensation for dismissal Tho mill worker was attacked in the J mill by nn infuriated mob armed with iron lbars The police escorted I her to her home to protect her from J the violence of the mob The manager of the mill told her not to comeback I until she was sent for She was not sent for nnd sued the mill proprietors In lieu of notice jhc mete were admitted The companys defense was that tho woman had not been dismissed but the manager declined to say she would be safe if site attempted to return He said he was powerless In tho hands of 200 work The trial also brought out that former Catholics employes save had to leave the mill These had to give a guarantee to the Protestant workers that they would attend mass In the lace ofcIeso facts a majority of tho IngisII trying the case dismissed thesvomnns claim Continuing along same line the Dundalk Democrat bSinceb Catholic processionl unaccompanied with band or banner w nt upnji an I excursion to Ncwry a rigorous boy ott of Catholics lias been carried on Upon the eve of August 15 an organized mob of Orangemen mob f from town and country while t taking possession of the town continued the entire night discharging rearms smashing the windows of respectablo Catholic residents singing verses of kick the Pope and this notwithstanding the presence in n of a large force of police under command of Assistant In ipectorGcncrnl Dull Upon the norning of the fifteenth defenseless Ladles were savagely assaulted when 0 folng to mass by an infuriated range mob who lknocked them down kicked them iwhcn prostrate tore their dresses nnd heilng their books flung theni over the ridge that spans the River Bann 1 Moreover a rigorous boycott of r Catholics since then has boon through sheer vindicUvoness carried m daily The form of boycott as I ractiecdby Protestants in Porta lowu consists in nssaulling Catholic t vorkors with stones sticks nud iron bus in the public works dtmnlsslng 1 Catholic workmen without assigning 1 my valid reason whilst adopting a c ireconcerlcd line of action in refus I ng to enter the houses of Catholic Cowardly waylaying tooII seems to bo the order of tho tiny civllandrellglousllbcrtyloving ortndown From time poor Catholic vorkmau to tho opulent shopkeeper ii- Is applied with unabated ferocity the Protestant weapon known ns 1 Vm out If anything Him liar occurred in tho South and West press of time United Kingdom would teem with harrowing details tim horrors inflicted upon the I loyal minority who doubtless would invoke the powers of the Executive to crush such tyranny I rhougji the Executive takes ef fective steps to suppress cattle I Irlyes by imprisoning populaa journalists still they connive at j Unionist firebrands who locally Incite their followers to acts of violence against their Catholic fellowcitizens The editor of the Dundnlk Democrat adds to this story of insolent warfare Let Us not be accused of ileslrhig to stir up sectarian strife In Ireland but let the wiser and heads among our Protestant neighbors in time Exist West and South of Ireland consider time conse quences of such a conflagration as the continued persecutions of Ulster may alight THOUGHTFUL PRIEST There is a man in the cityof Oramigo N J who recently line refused a gift of 1000 lie lit the- Re James H higgins rector of the Church of time Most Blessed Saviour at Fiftysixth street and Chester avenue who returned from a trip to Europe recently A reception was given to him amid John E Davis Chairman of the committee in charge presented to Father Higgins a check for 1000 which lied been contributed by his parishioners Saying that ho could not accept the gift when the needs of the parish were BO great Father Higgins re turned it to the Chairmanl with the request that it be returned to all who hind contributed to iU SENSIBLE VIEW William Muldoon the professional athlete and trainer declares that college athletics are all wrong and that it Is n wonder more young college men do not succumb to the gfraln lIe nays this strain is as bad for the mind ns jt is for the heartl as it withdraws vitality from time brain to other parts of the body that athletics should e seconu not first in a collage course This Rounds feensJblar sp Mnsible that itis somewhat odd hat ft Iia V professional thlkuot the college professors themMlvea who IBI ohamplonlng this lqnrperiol claims 6J Intellect ov r football awl rowing iMma HOW ABOUT GIBUS Bltte Enemy of Typographical Union On Re I publican Ticket In attacking the Democratic ticket this week the Evening Pos tried to pick out men who were un friendly to organized labor and the parUctilarTheycandidate for Alderman on the Re publican ticket who is n member oh tho GlbbsIninan nonunion printing house located at Ninth and Broad wajv and bitter foes of tIme Typographical Union not allowing n union man in their employ since the establishment of the firm In the oldI Armory building Furthermore this same Glbbs sends out his cards anti circulars J without a union label something never done before by any other can didate showing the contempt he has for union labor In raising the union labor question time Evening Iost seems to have forgotten that there are several bitter enemies of unionism on the Republican ticket anti particularly one of their high officials who is stockholder in tIme Central Kentucky coal mines where soldiers wore brought to shoot down the miners a year or two ago RECENT DEATHS Mrs Maggie Bollard aged twenty nine years tiled at the home of her mother Mrs Johannah Callahan 1135 Dumesnil street Sunday night nt 11 oclock The funeral took place from St Williams church on Tuesday morning The deceased was well beloved byall who knew her 4 The funeral of Lawrence J Schrorcr who died nt the home of his parents Mr nUll Mrs Herman Schrocrer 025 East Walnut street on Friday night of last week took place from St Boniface church on CInrgclonly nineteen years old Besides Milt parents he Is survived by RNInahbrothers anti sisters The funeral of William Corrigan in aged member of St Patricks jongregatlon who tiled at the fam ily residence 210 South Fifteenth on Friuny of last week took ilace from St Patricks chUrch on Monday morning It was attended t1bwas n member of St Patrick s branch of the Catholic Knights ufIAmerica and perhaps its oldest ncmbcr 0 Daniel Monahnn for moro than forty years a resident of that see Lion of time city known aa Limerick luccumbcd to a stroke of paralysis it his home 1320 Dumesnil street sarly Sunday morning For many years lIe had been a street crossing s vatchman for the Louisville Nnsh II rule Railroad Company Two sons md two daughters survive him lie was a native of Ireland anti past levcnty years of age The funeral took place from St Williams church II m Tuesday afternoon WOltKS OF MASTERS Art Critics the world over nck lowledgo that the ten great masterpieces b are tho work of Catholic u artists nnd on Catholic subjects Raphaels Sistine Madonna Is uul II rersally acknowledged to be the supreme picture of the world although s at one time this place was leld by The Transfiguration also ly Raphael TIme second place Is held y Domcniahlcos Last Communion if St Jerome The third great nastcrniece is the Martyrdom of a 31 Peter by Titian Other masterpieces are Michael Angelos Last c Judgment Rubens Descent From the Cross Do VlnelR Last Supper 3 lurlllos Madonna Titian s Holy Family Correglas Holy Family and Botticellis Assumption of the llessed Virgin s GROWIJfG RAPIDLY I A now wing to cost 50000 will be added to St Patricks Seminary at lento Park Cal Tho contract has been lot by Archbishop Riordan St Patricks Seminary the largestOath llc theological school in tho West was founded fifteen years ago The grounds are beautifully wooded and omprlse eighty acres six of vhlch I are covered by tho building- h1l3OVFRINO C HEALTH Cardinal Satolli the first A1ost01leI Delegate to Washington recovering from a severe spell ofI Illness According to advices from Milan his physicians say that he lust take a sea voyage and that he lhas petitioned Pope Plus X to permit him to visit America Should lie come ho will be welcomed by innny Old friendRICANADIANS WANT CARDINAL It is rumored in Rome that Canadian Catholics have petitioned time ope lo appoint a Cardinal for Canada and that they point out that they have had no Cardinal since 1898 Canada has seven archdoces twentysix dioceses vlcnriates and prefectures apostolic It is probable that a Cardinal will be appointed from Canada at the next Consistory IIANDSOJIE NEW ORGAN The new organ installed at St Aloyslus church in Covington one of the finest in the South was sol emnly blessed on Thursday evening The Rev Father Ighatjus Ahmann officiated The sermon wns preached by the Rev Father Theodositis O S Bi of Rlpley Ohio A sacred concert followed the blessing The new organ has 1477 pipes THANKSGIVING BAAR The younir ladies of the congrcgn then of St Marysof the Knobs near New AlbanY are prcparinir to give a btumr at Thmsnkcgiving It they ex tendfover several cln R STATUE TO FOUNDER tjGeorarefimnTr1lJYl haw becuri actlttf work to rain fund for a at tni In mwsiavy of the Moat Rev J1t Carroll D J first Bishop nnd Archbishop Baltimore and founder of the unl versity It is hoped to have tbei iIstatue unveiled during the lattc part of next year- INSUREI FOR CHURCH As a result of the demise of the- Re Father Edward N Hlckey who passed away nt Parkersburg W Va last week Bt Johns church at Orange N J will benefit to the extent of 100000 Father Hlckc Orangtfromlife insurance policy then and the congregation annually paid thc premiums NEGROES DOMINATE The official registration figures show 43393 white voters and 1122 negro voters Thin total number of Democrats registered js 24727 nee Republicans7M9This shows that the Republican party in Louisville is dominated by negroes If the Republicans win the negroes will rule the townI DID SPLENDID WORK During time past season 2200 chil dren enjoyed visits of two weeks SprIngVnlleducted under the auspices of the St Vincent dc Paul Society of New York City The farm was visited AumxiilaryBishop I priests I ST CHARLES BOKUOMEO FortyRomirsCharles Borromcos church Time de TuestlayThursdaybe time anniversary of St Charles Borromeo but tno solemnity of the t least Will be observed at a later date I FORSAKES rilE WOHUa popumharCovingtoim I cut of Notre Damp She has gone o Knncville N Y the mother muse of the order to make her novitiate She is tho daughter of Mrs Charles M McVeigh and has been esteemed in CovIngton Catholic jirclcs CANADIAN PROGRESS agohore d lishop in Canada Today the Cnnn linn church Is governed by nn Apostolic Delegate eight Arclibish ips and nearly thirty Bishops I FATHER ODONNELL CHOSEN f The Rev Father Thomas ODon nell has been appointed President of All Hallows College in Dublin The news is of interest to many former Indents of All Hallows now resid ig In time United States IRELANDS POPULATION Tho present population of Ireland 4374000 It was formerly 000000 I I SAn TO CURE For cold in the head nothing is better than powderedI borax sniffed p the nostrils A teaspoonful of ground mustard ti a cupful of warm water is a rompl antI reliable emetic and should be resorted to in case of poisoning IMMENSITY OF TBXASIrIr Texas Is considerably larger in inca titan Germany exclusive of its poss sslons Tho Lone Star State overs 265780 square miles while lermnny only has an area of 208670 n quarc miles HEAVY SNOWSII So severe nro the snows anti sleet storms of Silesia that thin Govern mont which owns time telephone Inca has tho wires taken down each t rintcr and slorcd awayiuntll pring ALASKAN WATERWAYS J Alaska has 4000 miles of water ways navigable for steamers otI which about 2700 miles nre included In tIme Yukon river anti its tribu Lanes GREAT BUTTER STATE The State of Iowa ships approx- Imately 100000000 pounds of butter mtuide of its borders every year the surplus product over and above time homo consumptionVERY A mountain of copper in Sweden tine been mined continuously for nearly 700 years by the same cOrn iany yielding 500000 tons of ore FALLS UTILIZED The quarter of a million electric lights at the Seattle exposition are iupplled with current generated at Snoqualmie Falls fifty miles distant AS LARGE AS IRELAND LnkeSuperlorJtbo largest body of fresh waler in time world JI about equal to Ireland in area WHERE OHIO LEADS Moro coal is mined by machinery in proportion to the total output in Ohio than in any other State POWERFUL RIFLE The armys new rifle will sllOQtci bullet through 128 inches of white pine lQOO 1ardsaWlY FIFTY ELEVATORS New York Citys newest depart mont store will have n bank pf fifty elevat rbFRENCH FRIBD ONIONS Pl the onions cut in onefourtb Inoh licea and separate into Tinge Dip in nollk drain and dip in flour Fry in 4eep fat drain ahd sprlnkl with MM try tfata proparaUon with jronr nut piles c WafcUtk I IRISH CAPTAIN U Will Command Americas First Type of the Dreadnought When the new battleship fda ware tile navys largest anti most formidable fighter goes into com mission next spring she wilt be com manded by Capt Richard Thomas Mulligan according to the latest official news of the United States naval service Capt Mulligan who reached his Captaincy this year has navylieTho Delaware is time first Amen DrendJ1lugbttpespeed requirements on her screw standardization runs over the mona BayWhileone knots she made 2198 knots an hour and a mean of 2144 Tidal corrections arc expected to reduce these figures slightly To attain this speed the elawares engines were powertheclass battleship snow US YOUR worms Critics of tho Catholic church should reflect that III tho midst of a civilization that is rapidly turning away from God sho is standing Impregnably for the Christian religion and morality in education She is standing against divorce She Is standing against atheistic socialism and anarchy She Is standing for absolute social justice Sho Is standing for authority Church nnd State InIShe is standing for God and time things of God against tho devil and the things which ho desires Show your works cried the French Infidels to Ozannm Day after tiny hour after hour she iIH showing tier works and if men were not blind they would so her ns sh- oIstho one divine force of the age CONUNDRUMSi Why are tallest people the laziest Iccauso they are always longer In bed than others What is time proper length for Indies skirts A little above two feetWh enlgmaDecnuselyes when he lives thehenrtcirculationWhy is a cat which catches his BeenulleheWhat is that reoturnQUEER LINGO A countryman in n restaurant rdercd roast lamb anti the waiter bawled to tho cook One Iambi thQcountrymnnl lInstendOne friend oyster bawled the valter Well Methuselahs ghostl Misterono fried oyster aint going to bo enough Gimme emUnngBROODING OVER BLUNDERS likebruising ofectsbohenledresolutlotlltothefuturethough to had not canbeever before That is what God is Iways calling us to nnd what ex luricnco should lend each of us ton this life HER PAPAL PUN Together they sat In tho sand by the shore A big autumn moon waR verhend and its beams came struggling down through tho pines Youre a little witch and almost ood enough to eat ho murmured rapturously Oh George she whispered cud fling up closer if you want to eat no you must think I am a sand witch It Whereupon three hoot owls roaned miserably and a lightning bug dropped dead REMOVE SCORCHED FLAVOR When food has been scorched remove the pan from the fire and sotIInto a pan of cold water Lay a dish towel oyer tho pan Tho towel will bsorb all the scorch taste sent up by the steam and the family need never know it was burned SPANISH HASH Two cupfuls of cold boiled rice one cupful tomato stock two cupfuls chopped meat slice of onion if desired Mix rice and tomato juice OU baking dish with layers at meat and rice cover with crumbs and bake mehalf hour I BUTTERSCOTCH Melt a pound of granulated sugar or brown sugar either will do and when dissolved add a quarter ofapound of butter beaten to a cream and keep it constantly stirred Flavor with an ounce of ground ginger SHERRY SAUCE Beat the yolks of two eggs Until thick and add gradually while beat ing a half a cupful of sugar pow dered Beat the whites until stiff flavor with three tableupoonfuls of sherry wine PAiNT AND VARNISH Paint or varnish can easily be re moved from ones hands by first rubbing any kind of grease or lard tho1IrUhMVMVMa H MnM v VM l FOR LAYING HENS Skimmed milk has been preyed a valuable food for laying h M so GordttorilntUthe Vtr tab experimental aUtfoo ci