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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I r i- I a- I t j KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN j j VOLUME XXIII NO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS I VICTORY PerchesOn the Banners of the Democratic Party In Louisville rake Reformers Essayed the Samson Act and Perished I Men Who Redeemed the Party Are Entitled to the SpoilsI FITNESS IS THE ONLY ESSENTIAL I Louisville went Democratic by a handsome majority oh Tuesday and rejoicingDemocratic nilhnmOllesttucky Irish American to say that it contributed a large share toward bringing about the victory1 Soon after the present city and ouity administration went into power almost two years ago evils began to creep In They were apparently I purposelyIgnoredThe Kentucky Irish American struck outfrom the shoulder from Janu i ary urns until the present time AVherever there were abuses they I wore made known but never with out due investigation The repre sentatives of the paper were threat moll with personal violence the I paper was threatened with libelI suits traitors to the party in the i Democratic ranks some of them policemen and firemen refused to take the Kentucky Irish American any longer because It dared to tell the truth Sonic of these were in arrears more than four years In their anger they paid up In lull exchequerTherepart of the Kentucky Irish Ameri can Thrice armed is he who hath his quarrel just It was at least eighteen months after the Kentucky Irish American bgan to pick flaws in the adminis tration before tho Louisville Times nnd the CourierJournal seemed to awake to what was going on Since then both have done valiant duty in their respective premisesII Out of eI lIt inated by the Democrats less than half a dozen went down in defeat on I Tuesday and those were In districts where negroes predominate With sptendhlljudiclar the State Senate and House of Rep resentatives the citizens of Louis o longratulaUon1Her Democrats there are no sore spot All expect a clean honest business like administration and that every t officer will ilb his full duty toward c the people and help Mayor Head to make a new record for the party I 1Dcmocrats1 tuckians will demand their rights nUll make a clean sweep of everyiI office In the city and county The men who worked up the organiza tion are the men who deserve the emoluments Mr Head will un doubtedly name n good cabinet and they in turn will name and appoint competent men for every office to 10 filled in the city Sheriff 1mler County Clerk Ray County Assessor Barry and all the otner Democratic victors will perform their duties no well that four years hence the i greateriThere were difcrent causes that brought about Democratic victory In the first place was Republican In competency That was the cause of the storm The city administration backed by the Republican county officers wrought destruction for them selves Aided by the slanders many of them malicious of the Louisville Evening Pot the Republican office holders of Louisville and Jefferson county commltteU political suicide In certain quarters there has been much speculation regarding the makeup of Mayor Heads political family Those Who know the Mayor elect know that lie will choose men that he thinks capable of filling the i positions on his Boards of Safety and Works They will select the men for subordinate positions in Their various departments 1 One thing is absolutelyt necessary and should receive the earliest at- tentiont of the Mayor and his Board of Public Safety a reconstructed Police department The work ought to begin ns speedily as possible utter the new administration takes hold It con not all be done In a c week month No out n tiny a or a alder must be llOsenThe new o Cnlef of Police must be a Democrat nnd a man who has not only served ns a patrolman but n man who has held positions pf dignity and re o sponsibility ln the past The people demand this and toihe majority the appointment of former Major n e Nt Ridge looks like a sure bet The Major yaR remvedllo- mofufc by hypocritical reformers and It Is incumbent upon his friends and his party to Jflve him a boost higher at this time tn tltEPAJJINGFORPILCUtIMS- ff Already HeinpreparaI R made jn Rome for ere fltlon of wlmt prpraiM to M the largesttpll2 aTrt iwhloh ever left America for time tina 1 lCUf It will ccntliatd rmtYtlyotX tpk of Cfchimbnii A members ana their fftmUtei Ad vantage win be taken of the oem jteto It op a de 0 0 toiled statement of the alms of the order and the work accomplished since its foundation up to the present time when it numbers more than a quarter of n million mem bers The pilgrimage will be accompanied I Keaneby Monsignor Bishop of Cheyenne and perhaps by other Bishops who take an interest IpilgrimsI City early In the spring They will also visit Genoa the birthplace of I Christopher Columbus SAW THE LIGHT Anglican Monks and Nuns I Come Over to True Church From Garrison N Y comes the word that on last Saturday seven teen members of the Society of the Atonement an Anglican monastic order located near the above named city had been received into the Catholic church as n corporate body The Society of Clio Atonetu yxt until now had been in the company of Anglicans who believe in the teaching of St Francis of Assist which were left to the worldseven hundred years ago The society was founded by the Rev Paul James Francis With several others in 1000 he took possession of twentyfour acres built n monastery and nunnery and reopened a little Episcopal church On the land With the object of bringing about n corporate union of the Anglican or Episcopal church with time Roman Catholic church the society pub lished two monthly magazines under the editorship of Father Paul The tamp is written by the monies and- a little periodical called Rose Leaves Is written by the Sisters of the order The ceremony of receiving the converts into the church was pre sided over by the Very Rev Joseph El Conroy Vicar General of the dlo jese of Ogdensburg N Y DEEP FEELING Shown by St Patricks Conference on Death of Mr Campbell At the meeting of St Patricks inference of the St Vincent de Paul Society last Sunday Messrs J1 harry Patrick T Sullivan and Mark Ryan the special committee reported the following resolutions- on the death of James T Campbell Whereas It has pleased Almighty God to remote from our midst our lear friend and brother in the St Vincent de Paul Society James T Campbell who timid often visited Is- nt our meetings und whose kind words of charity were always In spiring to us and whdfas President othParticular Council received most of us Into the society through out the wotM- nesolvetlrhat we the members o t St Patricks Conference of Se Vincent de Paul Society extend to his bereaved family our sincerest sympathy in this their sad hour and loss or husband mend father we pray God may strongmen them to bear their great loss as God does everything for the best be j+ furtherResolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family one spread upon the minutes of the meeting and also a copy furnished the Record and Kentucky Irish American The resolutions were adopted maniinously SOCIAL SESSION And Reunion to Be Held by Ladles Auxiliary of AO H Ladles Auxiliary of the A 0 H held its regular meeting Wednesday light with a large attendance dud- Kiss hose Sweeney presiding The feature of the evening was the perfection of lava for a reunion and social session on the evening of November 17 At that function there will be n literary prpgramme a luncheon and Dancing All mem bers of the Hibernians In Louisville Jeffersonville and New Albany are Invited to be present The reunion is to be held In celebration of the seventh years establishment of the auxiliary In Louisville During the meeting Wednesday night several new members were ob ligated and additional applications were received The Secretary was Instructed to send letters of condolence to Misses Elizabeth and Bertha King Miss Katie Henley nod Mr anti Mrs Thomas Quinn all of whom have suffered recent bereave tjmentsall members to attend time first meeting inn December at which time officers for the ensuing year are to be elected ASKS FOR COADJUTOR The tight Rev John J Hogan Bishop of Kansas City lies applied for a Coadjutor Bishop Hogan isI eightyone years old and the duties Incumbent upon him are too severe for a mann of his age In 1895 he apt plied for a Coadjutor and Father T6hn J Glennon was appointed A fexv years later Bishop Glaunon Was made Archbishop of St Louis COLLECTION yon IOPE The annual Jeters Pence collec tion Will be taken lip at all time masses an every hofthe diocese of Ldui vile tomorrow The Very Rev Eiither Tmea Pi Cronin i Admlnteirtor of itlfr fHocwe requests pMiorc to mpke prompt re turfs of their collections MV that they may IM diligently forwarded to Mondftnop fakxmio the Apostolic Deistmf for naftMoQ to Rome tio REACHING OUT New Educational Scheme In Ireland has Started On Its Way Royal University Is Practically Dissolved and Now Plan Begins May Take Months to Decide Upon Site For the Dublin CollegesO- RGANIZATION NOW IN PROGRESS A very large and far reaching change in the history of Irish tint verslty education was inaugurated on October 1 but it w111 be months and maybe Yt rs before the full result will be felt On that day time two new Irish universities came Into existence under the act of 1008 Itwas also the day fixed for the die solution of the Royal University of Ireland the duties of which are now to be distributed between the new Rational University in Dublin and the Queens University In Belfast The old university can not be alto gether dissolved until the autumn degrees of the present year have been distributed and this will be next week The comnnxiKons which were ap pointed under the net to draft complicatedloumlation universities were given a period of two years in which to conclude their task They have sat often and worked hard with the result that they are now well in advance of schedule time Time National University itself con sists of a Senate and officers with large powers but with concreto embodiment in the new university colleges formerly Queens colleges UnlversitJCollege governing ence At the present time it has no teaching and no college building The former of these wants will be supplied almost immediately The University Commissioners will meet early this month to apnqlnt a teach ing staff and the college will be available for students As regards staffs the Dublin College is dif ferently situated from those at Cork and Galway For the latter colleges teaching staffs exist ready made in the staffs of the old Queens col leges which are to bo taken over In accordance with the provisions of the act Only a very few chairs will furnish aline pleasing excitement of election from a large number of candidates all insistent and all backed by powerful local and other interests In University College Dublin the Commissioners are not bound to take over the staff of the Royal University unless this course exptdlentNeerthelcls that most of the old staff will be translated to corresponding chairs in the new college In this case however the Commissioners will have also to fill a considerable num ber of entirely new and well salaried chairs Nothing has been done as yet in connection with the buildings of the new university in Dublin although many sites have been selected It seems that the governing body is acutely divided on tins point Some members want the college in Dub lin proper while others prefer the suburbs or the country It may take months before the question is decided Meanwhile tho college will begin its preliminary work in the University building mud will solve the immediate prdblem of class rooms by renting the Roman Catholic University College in St Green and the buildings- of the CatholicMedical School The cases of Queens University Belfast and the University Colleges nt Cork and Galway present no dlt iculties These institutions wilt have teaching staffs within a couple- of weeks and all their buildings and class rooms are in going order It may be taken for granted that by the middle of November at time latest the work of the two new Irish universities In all their departments will have been thoroughly organized nnd practically initiated ltis of course far too soon to speculate about the success of the new uni versities They start with the goodwill of everybody in Ireland The ancient University of Dublin bears no malice nnd has no fear for her own future She will welcome the generous rivalry of tho new founda tions and she is sincerely anxioui that the associations between her own students and those of the new colleges In Dublin should be cordial and intimate The position of Trin Ify College has been strengthened by her new arrangement with Magee College Londonderry und it is very Improbable that she will lose anyof the Roman Catholic students why have entered her portals in Increas ing numbers during the last few years TJRSULTNESNmV HOME Advices from Kingston N arsay the first religious ordTr to make its home In the Catsklll Mountains is that of the Sisters of 84 Ursula ol the Blessed Virgin wiiich haie bought t1lcoldTremper house nropefty at Phpeniea where a home for time Sister will lie erected Thte Trawper Hpuiw waR one ojtle- Oneri summer motel of the Cats kills but VMS sold shunt eight rearaago to the Nbroriieh Milk and- Rest Cure Sanitarium Company Later r It again became a hotel known as the Washington Inn 7 i dWiif Thirtyfive acres are comprised 1in tho tract which occupies a commanding location on the mountainside above Phoenica Part of the property borders the Esopus creek as it emerges from the Big Indian Valley GREEN AND CREAM v Of St Marys Win Over the Crimson ofY t Manual Once more the football team from St Marys College cuine saw und conquered Its last victory in Louis vllle was won from the Manual High School eleven on the latter football field on Friday bfternoon sparetheatouchdownscore of 0 to 0 It was a great game from start to finish The halves were of thirtyfive minutes each and to many it appeared that It would end with the result a tie Less than five minutes before the boysturnedIlogattyHe boysthatsuit of the fleeing Decker Schultz Maryshallof all oppdvfints In leis time than it takes to teuH Decker had thrown the ball to Schultz wjio sprinted along unimpeded By tacklers and made the only touchnoCn of the game Doerhoeffcr klckdd pWJ mak ing the score 0 to 0l Thus St Marys enjoys Its old reputationits goal line has not been crossed for two tears There were lots of Irish German nail American Catholic boys on hand tP watch the plays and to oot for the Green and Cream tIRISH CLIMATE Its Rain Is Only Soothing Spray Descending From Clouds An American tourist who has been sojourning in Ireland since July 1 writes beautifully of the climate of Ireland He was born in that coun try but came to America when a boy and is now payint it a visit after thirty years To the readers of the Denver Catholic iRegister he writes I understand that a great pil grimage is organizing for Ireland from America in 1910 1 Therefore dear reader I my c nqti Como u1 time Tlieflehts alealVvnysgreen even in winter Dark Rosa leen always wears a smile and a rosy cheek But above nil Come in the springtime Mavourecn and have the whole summer before you Come when The corn is springing fresh and green And the lark sings loud and high And the red is on your lips Mary And the lovelight in your eye Do nqt be afraid of the rain It is not the moist dampness that ascends from the malarial swamp It is a soothing spray that descends trout the clouds of heaven It line been caught up in vapors by the suns actions from the pure white foam of the Atlantic wafted in here over the green fields and descends soothingly on time just mall unjust if there be ally such distinction of classes In Holy Ireland The rain will not hurt you Put on n waterproof nnd walk out In it It Is not rain but damp clothes anti wet feet that hurt When you come In throw off your waterproof change your shoes Look in the mirror at your red cheeks and stay in Ireland until they are ruddier There is always sunshine above the clouds It puri ties the rains before they fall on you a he clouds themselves in this beautiful island are but an immense parasol which nature has spread out over Ireland to protect you from the direct rays of the sun and to keep me grass green perennially un der your feet Come In the spring time jMnvqureen Mavoureenl GRAND SMOKER And Identification Meeting to Be Given by St Johns Branch On Monday evening November 15 at 8 oclock St Johns lirnnch ot the Catholic Knights of America will have an identification meeting It will be held in time school hall at CJaj and Walnut streets It Jis of the utmost importance to meJ hers of that branch to attend this meet ing because they will meet and be come acquainted Wivn the other members aunt because it is abso lutely necessary that a member be vin personally to the officers of- ffiebrancb because In the event of death Identification by the officers is absolutely necessary to establish the payment of death benefits President Will Meehanand mem bersof the Central Committee will deliver addresses anda bountiful Biipply of good cigar wmbe on hand so that all may enjoy time smoker MAY VISIT POPK PLUS MIH Theodore Roosevelt wjio Is veiling Iri Europe with her younger children Is soon expected to visit Florence Italy When Pope Plus heard that the wife of the exPresi dent of time United States was to tlSiitrtha city Tie expressed the hope thatahe iWpnW also comes to Rome He hfitlapatdears tqeandoonYerVwtUi the great American- tqierm It is likely that Mrs Eoesi Wit will arratljr tbe With of 31te artIff0 I f j r 4 VATICAN Authorities Are Annoyed h the Recent AntiClerical Disturbances Disorders in Spain May Cause Popeto Present New Concordat Cardinals Considering Matter Importance to Church in America ENGLISH BISHOP FOR CANADA Late advices from Rome to the daily papers say that the Vaticai authorities are greatly annoyed bj demonstrationsPrcsh establlllhlngtheaImousejustTime Pope has ordered that the win dows looking in that direction be shut but ceaseless watch isvinain talned from within The neighborhood is under close I Ittlli wno fear the international conse theYaticanployed by ten Government to Induce quarterscityCllrdlnnlcausing much anxiety to hs asso elates in the Vatican The strain of affairs has greatly worn him physi cally and has so affected his nerves tiat he line become a victim of insomniaSenor J P Cuballero who has been Spanish Ambassador to the Quirinal has gone nome to assume his new duties as Minister of For eign Affnairs at Madrid Before leaving he gave assurance at the Vatican that a new Concordat will be framed between Spain and time Holy See The main points will aft feet the religious orders in Spain which have 7000 members who in addition to n larger number of secular priests draw salaries from the public funds Another cablegram from Rome says the Congregation of Cardinals resumed the work of making nomin ations for vacant Sees in the United States At the sine time it was announced officially several weeks ago that no consistory would be held before January It should be remembered that a Bishop or nn Archbishop may be prcconlzed without a consistory Time cablegram says the most Important nomination to be made is the choice of a Bishop for Hartford Conn This work has been delayed for this reason Two lists of three names each were set looted some months ago by the permanent rectors of Hartford and the Bisliops of the province respectively and taken under examination by time Cardinals The Roman authorities decided to asK for further informa tlon concerning the candidates pro posed When this was sent it left so much room for doubt that they decided to reject all the nines pre sented and order the selection of other candidates It is probable that the final choice of Rome will be some priest who does not belong to the Hartford oloeese The Congregation of Cardinals jjs also considering the nines and fit ness of candidates fot tho proposed dioceses of Burlington Fargo mid Winona A Coadjutor with limo right of succession will be appointed for Monsignor Keane Archbishop of Dubuquc and n Coadjutor Bishop for Monsignor Foley of Detroit It is hardly possible that the Louisville See will be considered for several months to come The matter of dividing tho diocese of Philadelphia by establishing n new See at Rend ing is also under discussion by the Cardinals There has been some talk of dividing the diocese of St Paul and erecting a See at Minne apolis This does not seem likely at the present time Absolutely nothing has been de cided as to the creation of anther American Cardinal the difficulty still being in making time choice It is certain Monsignor Belle Patriarch of Lisbon will then enter the Sacred College It is also certain that Monsignor Blsleti the Popes major dono will not enter The Pope told him recently he could not at present dispense with his serv ices In the important office he has held for the last ten years but gave him assurance that his elevation Is only alelayedOther news of persons mentioned for time Cardinnlate IIs only guesswork at present Three new dioceses will he created In Canada Immediately The rrch diocese of Ottawa will be divided Into two dioceses with an English speaking prelate In one which will be In the Province of Ontario The very serious language question In Canada Is occupying the attention of the authorities hero at presenw It- is recognized that the future lan= guage of all Canada except Quebec Is English while now the Cathplic church in the Dominion lies been more or less identified with the French element The population andl thy majority of Bishops still belong to that element Tho problem will 1be solved by the creation olA num ber of new dioceses with English speaking Bishops tocr9Btewhete ever possible a strong nucleus for I priests and people j OVliOSTOI ARQHBISHOrV 1 oi Wined Prttident Taft End big party traveling down the 1C isttftsippi river I I Saturduhehisfriendsof Archbishop Blenk The President iI and personnlthe IriendshlpWas litlustLaterhetheJesuitdressed the students there He war boysandDEVOUT THRONG Attended Blessing of the Cornerstone of New Church Includingsix orStattendant upon the laying of the ofStMagnoliaI afternoonThe1 PCronin cese assisted by a number of the local clergy blessed the corner stoneIn a seated Iron box beneath the stone were placed certain church records copies of the daily papers and copies of the current issues of time Record the Olauhensbotc and the Kentucky Irish American The Very Rev Dr George W Schuh mann pastor of St Johns church preached an eloquent sermon on the dignity of the church Father Schuhmnnn held time attention of time throng during his discourse nml his address was pronpunced liyall who heard it an nble exposition of time doctrines of the church Time Rev Father George Weiss pastor of St Georges church was very proumdof the demonstration made by his parishioners mud by the splendid attendance of his friends from other parishes MASS FJLRST- V t Fldelty ofIt cxnager Hugh Jennings to1oly- Church s Here is a little sidelight on the character of Hughey Jennings It shows the Tiger leader in a some what different position than the lender of the most aggressive ball team the world of sport has known inyearsThe Tigers reached Detroit shortly after 7 oclock Sunday umbra ing They immediately scattered from the Brush street depot to their homes Jennings came hurrying up Brush street He hailed two newspaper men walking amend They waited until he approached He was lookingat lids watch Do you know whether there is a 730 mOils at Sts Peter und Paul was his question The newspaper men confessed igr noranco on the subject Well Ill chance it remarked Hughey I may immure to wait until 8 oclock but I am going to mass before I show up down town be cause Ill have trouble getting away later He turned east on Jefferson making for the Jesuit church while the others hoarded n car FELL TO DEATH Sister of Charity Suffered Sudden Stroke of Apoplexy Sister Mary Anita one of time best known members of the order of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth fell down a flight of stairs at St Jo sephs Infirmary on Monday after noon and sustained injuries which resulted in her death three hours later She had been engaged In nursing at the Infirmary several years For some time past her health had not been good but that did hot interfere with the perform ance of her duties It Is believed that she suffered a sudden stroke of appoplexy which caused her to fall down tIestairR- Slster Mary Anita was Miss Mary Poteet of Owensboro before enter Sag upon her religious life SilO was thirtyseven years old and had been a nun sixteen years The re mains were taken to Nazareth for burial and the interment took plate on Wednesday afternoon IIer shocking death is deplored by nil who knew her- ACADEMY OWLS UURNEI A very unfortunate accident occurred nt n Halloween festival at Loretto Academy near Kansas City pn Friday night of last week Misses Virginia Owen and Mamie Tiernan who were playing the t parts of Esquimaux girls were so badly burned that they died Miss Mary Male was seriously burned Inat tempting to save her companions During the action of the girls drama Miss Owen tripped over n jackOlnntern and soon she and her companion were hi flames ANNi Elt4Ml1 NUMBER Under date of October 28 time Denver Cnthplle Register has Issued a splendid anniversary and Knights of Columbus edition In addition to the eight regular pages the Register has a magazine section of sixtyfour pages and magnificently inns trated The articles describing Den von and Its environments arid its historical Aatter are admirably written Time Denver Catholio Regi JA terV annlvej number If1 yorth remitsand should be r preserved In rrery CatboHe home not only In Denver l tiai the whole country n INQUIRIES IAre Made Relative to Proposed Change of YM I Supreme Convention r California Grand Council Does Not Want the Next i Gathering Members of Supremo Board Be levies That Pacific Coast Is Place EXPLANATIONS ARE IN ORDER x Frequent inquiries ate being made of the Kentucky Irish American re garding the proposed change of ofthe1 to a KentueleyIrish organofI Kentucky tyrotot proposedistwentyfivethese years no Supreme Council has over been held In San Francisco alt though that place Was tho home of the order At the last meeting of the Supreme Council it was decided to hold tho next meeting of the Supreme Council In the California metropolisThen tho recent session of the Grand Council of California held at San Jose The Committee on State of the Institute and tho Board of Grand Directors seem to be unanimous in their opinion that the place selected for the next Supremo Council is an error nt this time Time Committee on State of the Institute says that time convening of the Su promo Council in San Francisco at the present time Is inadvisable but that some city further east should be chosen for the reason that it would be more economical A representative of the Kentucky Irish merlcan asked James T Shelley he first President of Mackin Cottciland at present one Of the Supreme Directors Ills opinion of the proposed change He said in reply xv It has been twentyffVo years since our order was founded In aim Francisco Since then It has spread across the Rockies through Mis sourl into Indiana Ohio and Ken tacky Sixteen years ago the first Supreme Council was held Does it look like it is inadvisable to toll the next convention in the place bl the orders birth The Seventh Su preme Council selected California because tUc delegates at the Sixth Council had made it understood that the Stateof the Golden Gate would be ready to receive the delegates to time Eighth Supreme Council The Committee on State of the Institute knows that the Supremo Council has no power In this mat ter and can not change what has been done already In regard tott selecting a meeting place Of 1t course if it were impossible to meet in the place selected I judge tho Board of Supreme Directors would do something As the matter stands at present It is up to the Board of Grand Directors elected at San Jose Cal to sayVWe want you or we do not i Now in regard to the matter of economy in holding it elsewhere we might say something I know of noacity out here where we could hold It next year unless It be In some citywhere there Is no branchof the organization and that Is not a good place to hold a meeting of this kind In going to the Pacific Coast we knew that the California jurisdiction dd not paymuch attention to therexpense account Our expenses 1 while In their company and rending 1 about them also convince us that the word economy In the recom mendation does not fit If the next Supreme Council Is to meet In the place decided let us all pull for it If there is any objection let us have i it in plain words If there is an objection publish it in the officialIIIorgan of the Young Mens InstituteEso we can all see It If the objection is reasonable let us try to remedy the matter In somevay- PREPARE FOIl FEAST The boys and young men of St Vincent de Paul parish will ccloibrate the feast of St Stanislaus tIlerspecial patron of their sodality on Sunday November 14 As a prepara r lion for this festivo occasion the Rev Father A J Thome and his assistant priests will conduct nre treat for the boys and young men beginning next Wednesday evening at 730 oclock and continuing until the following Sunday afternoon On that Sunday morning high mass will bo celebrated at ti3Q oclock at Which time the members of the sodality will receive holy coin willmunloclose with fitting solemnity at 230 oclock In the afternoon VICTIM OF ACCIDENT Tic funeral of James Murplmya foreman In the employ of the Ills u nolj ItsIlroatl Company + who was killed In an Accident at Waverly la t 0weekchurchrGast Sunday afternoon and was largely attended The deeewiietl was very popular In railroad our cles Ills tVife and firechlldreuspru vice him Besides he leaven1 the Jot lowing broth ara and sisters WilUfthr1 and Joseph Mu ily91 Mrs Mary MoManae all of t1AlI and Xrs J u Connelly oftoUtievfliet t HI o t Fa I O p KENTUOKY IRISH AlMERIOANu T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGM Devoted to the Social and Moral Advanceraemen4 of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America 1KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the LouUvllle PottoHlce i SecondCUs flatter Address ill Commanlcitloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dreei St TRADES COUNCIL T LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 0 1909 r MUST MAKE GoonITuesdays victory was it victory i j HItouglltfrom the time the present admlnls trutlon showed its cloven hoof until c the present day It wants to see an honest clean and able adinlnlstrn tion of the city government and iit expects to insist that competent men are appointed to every office high or low If any branch of the administration falls to male good the Kentucky Irjsn Ainerican will be heard from r AFTKU TUB BATTLE The Kentucky Irish American desires to congratulnte the Demo crats of Louisville and of lKentucky on their splendid victory gained on Tuesday Every Democrat from the mouth of the Dig Sandy to Desha Creek seems to have done his duty I It was a sweeping victory It means that the city rind State have been redeemed from Itepublicnn rule Let 113 all help to keep them there and to make Itn State and a cityof white people governed bywhite people and for white people To the Democrats of Louisville the victory is particularly gratify f ing but the credit is not due to any one man The people saw the danger that was imminent and rallied to the Democratic standard Talk f about machines It was n machine and n machine to be proud of Every cog bolt nut belt and wheel was exactly where it belonged and on election day it worked admirably f If machines are necessary in pol tics give us more machines like the one that was operated on Tuesday Walt a minute A machine no matter how perfect It is is abso lutely useless without the proper man to operate it In the hands of incompetent men It may be dan gerous This time the operator was Col John H Whallen TIc superintended the congtrliction of the machine andUkhew all its details For months he had supervised its dayrof election was sure that it would work well Yet Col AVhnllen is modest over the victory He takesr no credit to himself but gives aU- to the men many of them young men who constitute his machine Right here it might be well to state that the ICentuckjr Irish American was the first Democratic paper weekly or daily in Louisville to point out the necessity for con certed action on the part of the rats in Louisvillein short necessity tor just such a 44the its was used on Tuesday haS the satisfaction of knowing its advice was heeded 1OlE NOT AIiAIlMEl planl nine to overthrow the Qlolitti n Cabinet which is not sufficientlyt amenable to their wishes and to- E install a IladicoSocialist Cabinet of the French Brland type Thlsac cording to Socialists twill put an end forever to the reign of the Vatican theocracy Nevertheless the Pope is taking the situation calmly saying that he trusts tho good sense and the traditional religious feeling of the raLatin race not to be carried away by the few who have strayed from the right path Pius X has often pointed out that the church hast victoriously gone through much 4 morn severe strains than that which t threatened now t It must not be forgotten that in 1870t1lerewltre men whose project for pverthrowing the temporal power included also the bombard ment of the Vatican and the sup pres lon of church clergy and rellfflon Even then what Pope Pius J tI walls the good sense of the Latin r race triumphed and notwlthstand ing the gravity of the situation there was not even an attempt at a schism and it may Be truthfully said that Catholicism came out of o that trial stronger and moro vital than ever The present storm will soon be over and the church of Rome will stud once more triumphant Tlib Pope Is not alarmed as far as the church is concerned but he is aMrcseei that men of traditional vCathpTc nations should turn their back upon religion order and God I 35UUOPEAN UNREST II r Old Social Unrest is certainly enjoying himself In Eujrppe Trance lit going to pieces from force of habit and pure cussedness Spain Italy and Portugal are fn the throes of anarchistic revolutions Greece coma forward wJ hj1aval mutiny end King George grip an hisI throne i about loot T KflimJ ot KuiaU1ts tl q 0 fI hedged about by men who spy upon each other Germany is building ia big navy to protect herself from evils real or imaginary The English are worked up over an imaginary German invasion und the where withal to prevent it Scotland iIs afraid of losing her old age pen sions Just now the happiest place in Europe is Ireland The people so long denied liberty have it In sight and rejoice accordingly The Irish are the only People of Europe who have kept the faith The other nations seem doomed to death and disaster when they reject the teach ing of the church Ireland should be a shining example for other countries to follow OXR THIXG NECESSARY It is really too bad that Mayor Head is to be handicapped with dead weight in City Attorney Blukcy It will be in order for the incoming Legislature to abolish the office of City Attorney as speedily as the Constitution permits and to ennct a statute that will rinpowei the Mayor of Louisville to appoint his own legal advisors Louisville ought to have a Corporation Counsel It is big enough now and there are attorneys in plenty big enough to fill the job A City Attorney un learned in the llaw a man of vacillating hesitating character Is of no use to the Mayor or the tax payers Time Democrats have a majority in both houses of the Legislature arid Mayor Head ought to have his own legal staff as soon as it can be arranged OUR MILWAUKEE 11ROTIIER The Cathofie Citizen of Mil watikcewas out last week with an ex nor supplement of eight pages Much of the supplementary part was devoted to a campaign against socialism Even those who differ from Editor Desmond on certain lines must admit that he is thorough and sincere The Catholic Citizen In one of the best edited Catholic Jhpaj ers in the Upped States and the Kentucky Irish American wishes it and its editor many years of pros perityFellow Democrats llet us be generous in our victoryi llemembcr what the Captain of the battleship Texas said when the American fleet defeated the Spaniards at Santiago Dont cheer boys those pool JdclIsThe son or daughter who treat n parent unjustly and unkindly bring down time curse of God on themselves and their posterity It never fails How would you describe the Jeopards action in tic race WimP it a lope or a gallop Did the Independents have any candidates running or were they left at The Post It Was an IrishGermnnAmerlcnn alliance that won the victory Grinstead Scholl and the machine got tin awful Whnllen Now lotus have a good clean clv government NEW COLORED CHURCH The new Church of St Anne at Cincinnati will be dedicated on De ember 32 St Annes will be devoted t6 colored people and is the for the negro race in Cincinnati The Rev Father Cleary the pastor has beep advised that time Rev Father Burke Superior of time Catholic Board of Missions to Colored People will preach the dedicatory sermon Although Mother Jatherlne Drexel made at generous donation to the now church it will be supported by its Catholic colored congregation WARNS CATHOLICS Catholic students at the University ot Ann Arbor Mich have been warned by time TIer 33 D Kelly pastor of St Thomas church Ann Arbor not to take the courses of philosophy under Prof Winley who has been placed at the head of the Ann Arbor school of religion in the university The teachings of the church said Father Kellyare the teachings of Christ and can not bo improved by the teachings of any collegE professor CREDITABLE ENTERPRISE i The Right Rev James A McFaul Bishon of Trenton NJ has par chased a tract of aCres nearwillennlngtbn which Jo dpened nextvrlUS a refuge for consumptives Bishop YcFaul is Chairman bf timeicorrtmI IIlolt apP lntEldIv Joy Fortto Jl the fight against tuberculosis in New Jerseyt Unfor innate uifferers from cosMHriptiojj will Iw oared for r ardl fr e- pr creed Slsiters ofarity will ilen1nirlN y t0 U o t it LEAD SOULS TO GOD Just only abeam of sunshine But oh the light it gives Only a smile of the loving But in the soul it lives Just only a kind word spoken The heart begins to throb entreatyVoulrt God Albert E Vassar t b SOCIETY i w71w lfitw bogti 1w Sq- J K Shannon is spending a few days at West Baden Springs Mrs Edward Carr of Hamilton Ind Is the guest of Mr nnd Mrs William Murphy Miss Minnie Fahey formerly of this city now of Chicago is visiting friends Mrs in nrJoIortlandImerly of Parkland is suffering from appendicitis at her home in Jeffer son town Mr and Mrs Darwin Johnson liars removed from their summer horn in Pewee Valley to spend the winter in Louisville Miss Mary Rose Kerr ot West St Catherine street spent several days last week with her sister Mrs William J Burke ofJeffersonvllle MaryKraftMontgomery Ala to spend tIle winter with Mrs Harry Malone Mrs Krafts sister Arthur B Dehler and bride for merly Miss Ruby Cole will return from their bridal toar next week and will begin housekeeping at 1521 Rosewood avenue MnrydaleIsof illness and her friends delight to know that she is well on the way to complete recovery The engagement 1 has been an nounced of Miss Mary Elizabeth Doncka and Thomas Keejian Jr The marriage will be sojertinlied on Thanksgiving day r rlMiss Stella tang and William Itaimer popularl young people of New AJbany will be united in matrimony at Holy Trinity church Xew Albany on the eve of Thanksgiving day Friends of Miss Alice Shelley will be sorry to learn that she Is suf fering from n severe attack of typhoid fever at the home of her parents Mr nnd Mrs Jnnies T Shelley 2024 Alford avenue Friends of Philip McGovern Jr gave him a surprise stag party at his home in Flora Heights on Hal loween night Those present were Charles Honnker Arthur Weigert Joseph and Eugene Sohn John Hncgner S Adams Frank and Den Kirclmer Dan Borden E Davis L Veyhc W Hussey H Brodies E Byerley 0 Smith T Polk L Dun don RC Adams H Sanders Joseph L Sohn Sr nnd Philip cGqvern Sr Mr and Mrs Alton Kolb entertained with a Halloween party at their home 1214 Cherokee road in honor of their little daughters rorine and Rose last Monday evening The guests were little Misses Margaret and Marie Schaefer Marl Banighty Lilllas Mazzoni Edith and Virginia Ryan Ruby Reh Cletus Hillerich Florence Grate Margaret NoM Helen CootnleMnr oraret Hirschberg Alline Drew An toinette Simpson and Master Henry Ueeb Jr Mr and Mrs William J Burke entertained with supper at their home 514 Illinois avenue Jefferson ville last Sunday evening Refresh ments were served and several vocal selections were rendered Among those present were Messrs arch Isdnmes Harry Xerr1 Burke and Mrs Mary Kelly Miss Annie Kelly tfr and Mrs P J Post nnd Messrs George Blnndford Charles Doyle Joe Baker arid John Coy All en oyed n pleasant evening and wished tile happy couple many happy years of wedded life A surprise party was given Miss Clara Hellon nt her home 1602 Jumesnll street on Sunday night Her guests were Misses Anna May Katherine and Josle Klem Nettle Monhelmer Florence Mersehine Mary Rose and Margaret Merker IFrances Miller Minnie Wolpert Antoinette Wttller Elvlso and Prances Redmond Anna Bosler Alma Dejtz and Margaret ivlem and Masters Richard Houpt Edward Robinson Leo Miller Edward Merker Elliott Webster Andrew Brady Joseph Schockert and Lawrence Miller MACAULEYS THEATER Otis Skinner the great romantic actor will come to Mncauleys Theater during the first half of next week vial the usual matinee on Wednesday He will present his new drama Your Humble Servant Popular Marie Cahill In Time Boys ihd Dettywill come back to iacauleyV the last halt of next week io sing Just a Cousin of Mine and other old airs that she made a hit with several years ago GETS BETTER BERTH Miss Beth Higgins for several years the clever and obliging chief bookkceperaD1 stenographer for time Louisville Commercial Club has severed her connection with that organization to take a more lucrative position as private secretary to A- TcDonaJd of the Louisville lighting Company Miss Higglns line been of great value to the Corn nerclnl Club and thin members regret her departure i AMERICAN COLLEGE i PROSPERS Monsignor Kennedy has one of the fevprfJlatMj too receive a private udience with the Pope last week rhe American College bfl an its hoUstio ywr yectorday ntjt wthe iitreat number of atucentJIbt the fifty years of lit history Thr are nt ST MARYS COLLEGE CRACK FOOTBALL TEAM Top Row left to wlcz andMurphytackleThirdSecond backRecllnhngSimmsRowCardwell tackle Iat present 150 and the number may openThetlonal institution in Rome MAYOR BURKE NOW Jeffersonville seemd to hove caught the fever from Louisville and gave its Democratic candidates an bythethroughMayorpromise to give pur sister city a splendid administration He is n man of splendid capabilities and will be in every way the right man In the right place JEWELER REMOVES J Brunn the veteran Market street jeweler has removed to more cQmmo lolls quarters and hits laid in n supply of new diamonds watches and jewelry for his Christ mas trade lie hiss removed from his old home 520 West Market street to 303 West Jefferson He will be pleased to have his old friends and patrons call to inspect his new store and stock FORTY HOURS PRAYER The devotion known as Forty Hours prayer will open nt St Charles Borromeo church Twenty Seventh and Chestnut streets at the mass at 10 oclock tomorrow and will close on Tuesday morning Thursday of this week was time feast of Charles Borromeo but the sol enmity of the feast has been transferred until tomorrow AMERICAN CITIZENS FIRST Because Tuesday was the dayof election no meeting of Division 1 A 0 H was held that night but President Thomas Keenati expects to have n rousing attendance at the meeting a week from this coining Tuesday On that night the candi dates for the various offices for the ensuing year are to be nominated WINS NEW HONORS Dr J Vincent Fallsi formerly of Louisville and a member of Mnekla Council but who is now practicing his profession in Little Rock Ark has been appointed Assistant Sur goon for the Iron Mountain Railroad Company in that city His friends here are glad to hear of his new honors cENTHAYCmmITTEE Next Friday evening time Central Committee C 1C of A will hold Its regular meeting at St Marys Hall Eighth street near Grayson President Schnhla Wants every mem her of time committee present to ar range details for the fall and winter campaign for new members NEW ALBANY ALL RIGHT Newton A Greene the Democratic nomine for Mayor led the majority of his ticket to victory in Now Albany on Tuesday While a few Democratic aspirants fell 130the wayside time manywent through such prosperity of New Albany Is close at hand CATHorIOFEDElLTION The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will lhold its regular meeting at the Catholic Vomans Club on Walnut street tear Sixth at 8 qclock next Thurs lay evening A full attendance of the delegated is expected MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB MackinCounoiis Social Climb will give another of its enjoyable1 dances aitJUIe1llQ koueei 344 North Twenty sixth streeten fThursdMjr evening orallertrawill CI KK1GIITS 1 t OP COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where More than 200 candidates will re ceive the fourth degree at Indian apolis on Thanksgiving day Covlngtonclass of twelve last Thursday night The fourth degree will be exem pllficd at Buffalo N Y on Thanksgiving day Knights from Batavia Syracuse Rochester and other points will go to Buffalo to take the degreesMembers of Hennepin Council Minneapolis opened their elegant nec home wltlta banquet on Wednesday night of last week No less than 500 Knights sat around the festive board Next Wednesday will be Chil drens evening for the children of members of Mllwnukep Council The evening wilt be spent in recitations gamesPrizes ments served Denver Council will open Its magnificent new home and club house with an initiation on November 28 The three degrees will be conferred on the same evening A special train will carry Knights front Col orado Springs and other points Members of Denver Council are tanking elaborate plans for a three days festival for the latter part f November to celebrate the comp tlon of their new bundling The new civic center plan will bring the handsome building close to the chain of public buildings which will be in an Immense park and this is a source of pleasure to the Knights FOR WOMANS EYE Among the smart coats is shown one that has only one rever This is extra broad and runs from the collar to n point at the waist Many of the sleeves on the fall gowns are made with caps which hang loose like a kimono sleeve nl most to the elbow over a tight fitting undersleeve- If you want to ken your hair in a healthy condition be careful to always use a clean hair brush Many Iliad cases of dandruff are due to carelessness in this matter mayberival of the linen collar f9r the waistcoat can hardly be worn with anything but a severe collar As velvet will be much used this winter it might be well to remark that any pinning or basting on itshould be most carefully attended to otherwise marks will be left that are difficult to remove Pongee frocks that have done service all summer may be ripped apart washed and pressed and then reniodelqd into practical and smart lounging robes combined with a pierce of brlghtcplpred silk or similar goods The heavy twist of hair around the head is gaining In popularity It is usually n lightweight switch smoothed over n soft rat The ends of the hair are softly puffed Into a knot at the back of the head and a small round pompadour frames the face becomingly AND WILY NOTE Patrick Malone was hay inanargument with a friend wholwell I historytow that the ancient Irish were more advanced laldNfrleadi it have even Vinder tood jeleotrieity as wires corresponding to ourown telegraph wires have been found In krchfceoloffieal excavations there That II1Y1KIanFWed Pat k NoONNt NeNNNNdiNNNNONNNt NS NNNNHOME PHONF 5607 2712a I HENRY Fu- UiIs III Inn FLORIST f Plant Designs and Cut Flowers GREENHOUSES STORE Charles and Texas Sts 556 4th St POETOOPPOBITA 4 e + + + p I FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 552 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager Hl3ADQUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season I You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Beef Spring thecltrLOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY 7tlT G7 ULrYS WednesdayNights CHAS FROHMAN Present OTIS SKINNERIn His Latest Triumph YOUR HUMBLE SERVANT Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee MARIE OAHILLi ttr THE BOYS AND BETTY NEW MASONIC Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee LEAP DOCKSTADBR And His 10- 10JtIINSTRELS The Largest and Best in the World Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee JEFFERSON DE ANGELIS In the seasons merriest musical play THE BEAUTY SPOT PRINCESSSKATING RINK SEVENTH STREET ARMORY Open every afternoon and night Rich ardson Roller Skates Good Music KATIE MAY BRADLEY feature of the skaters carnival at Madison Garden Chicago will give an exhibition ADMITTANCE I5c SKATES I5c Palls City Cleaning and Dye Works J M OARVBV Manner EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts Cleased and Pressed 75c Suits Chased asd Pressed SIM1 All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay KMC Phase MM 416 S FIFTH ST hut the fact that no wires have been rt wakearwirelesstelegraphy HOIOII1i9KBOYSI I iA new home for boyB has Je en halJatFalI1tlveroumWmtife echoal and gymnasiapa- t c J I 1000 New Pure Wool Worsted SuitsJust I V Put IntoGreat 15 LineWhich WhichYou YouWant WantTo LEVYS Third and Market The Bright Spot In Louisville PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WASO 11AcUFAtruRE nnukrbll Sot AM Ot tIU PTSWm- 7 nu 0- n 111111F c y i KENTUOKY IRISH A1WERIOAN wHHr + e N OOH W MONUMENTSJIJ IIlargementII t CLASS MONUMENTS exceedtt ingly low prices Call and examine c MULD00N MONUMENT CO j 318320 WEST GREEN STQEETI + N+ e + + ON 40 N4 + N NN N m r00 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 128 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East lWain Street 1 +H H I t I H t It D J DOUGHERTY s j MCHLUOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 4 All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST 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rasa ocaMe For further p utkmlw apply to MOTHER MARY KEQfNA- ftCYi HOftPfTAL aA OJ 11I l Id u 4 4to I DENTISTRYHOLD Is the only plate that is absolutely guaranteed to stick in any mouth or no charges 1 positively extract teeth without pain My office is equipped with all modern conveniences Crown and bridge work a specialty Prices reasonable HOURS 8 a m to 8 p m DR HENDRICKS Dentist 436 WEST MARKET STREET IGhaS fl Rogers ae BOOK Go PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give usa0 vail and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Brills Magazines and Religious Articles or VZRr DIIIICRI11IOK 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE1 Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed iHUBY i JJ1 pPULSU SJ DYERAID CLEANER p iitWiKNiiIc ijar t Ibee ell1 SM VIM StfMt HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolrg the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Senator Mark Ryans friends are showering him with congratulations upon his election nIghthut ceedings will appear next week Division 4 meets Monday night and it is reported that an agreeable surprise awaits those who attend Next moilth will bea busy one as each division and auxiliary will elect officers for the coming year Division 4 members will be enter tained Monday evening by M1 Me+ Dermott the newly elected Councilman Binghamton ary steps to form an athletic organizationNow the election is over let everybody do some electioneering for the big initiation on Sunday December 19 In Utica N Y Division 11 voted to assist In making St Patricks fair a success The evening closed with n social session and musicale The Ladies Auxiliary through this column invites all members of the order to their reunion and cele bration on Wednesday November 17 Division 2 net last night This division is enjoying a steady growth as not a meeting now passes with out one or more applications being received At St Paul lInn last week a memorial mass was celebrated at St Josephs church for the repose of the souls of deceased members of Division 3 In last Tuesdays election among the winning candidates were several Hibernians one Judge one State Senator one School Trustee and three Councilmen Steve McElliott has proven such nn interesting reader of Irish history that there is always a demand for him to read more than the al lotted portion Louisville Hibernians will be welt and ably represented In the next city administration Division 4 leads with four and Division 1 follows with three successful candi datesAt the meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday night It was decided to arrange for the memorial mass for deceased members which will be celebrated sometime next weekThe Rev Father Gerritsma has organized a branch of the Ladles Auxiliary In St Edwards parish Winnipeg It is the first branch of the organization to be founded in Western Canada The rending of Irish history forms one of the most Interesting and Instructive features of the meetings of our local Ladles Auxiliary Ad presses follow andn umber of really eloquent orators is being developed SCORED TWO Pirate Catcher OConnor- Is Proud Father of Twins Patrick F OConnor catcher for the Pittsburg Pirates was sitting on a cracker barrel In a grocery near his home in Windsor Locks Conn Friday night of last week and telling the openmbutlicd villag ers how in ihe last game of the worlds championship scries the score stood 0 to 0 wnen Hans Wag ner went to the bat qylntsy yer wanted up to the boyinOConnor never waited to hear cue rest but slid for home as thougi the championship depended on it He was met at the door of his bungalow by the grinning doctor Score two Paddy cried the man of medicine Twins gasped the catcher Boy and girl said the doctor and both fine end onndy Gee said Paddy- 1ItOSIEi1OUS SOCIETY The German Catholic Journey mens Society is one of the most prosperous in the world It is divided into diocesan groups That of llottcnburg has 2800 members mid owns property to the amount of 200000 Its fiftytwo local branches have established libraries which aggregate in nil twenty thou sand books with 40000 deposited in their savings banks FIRE IN COLLEGE Fire In St Johns College Brooklyn J N Y burned so rapidly Satur 100 students and membersothe faculty had to fleet the open air in their nightclothes One boy Leo Callahaii was rendered unconscious by smoke and fell exhausted In time hall He was reccued by one of the professors The damage will exceed 15000 COPYING AFTER LOUISVILLE Payasyouenter cars were placed on the Broadway line In New York City last Sunday Before December 1 it is expected to havo 250 cars on the Broadway and Columbus avenue lines thus In One respect at least Louisville Is six months ahead of New York City MACKIX SOmAlI CLUB I Mnckln Social Club will give an other of Its enjoyable dances at the plgltThus inently Bucessful in its efforts to please and the coming dunce will be no exception to those that have preceded it POPES HPISOpPAL JUBILEE The fiilkcepal jubilee of Plus X win be celebrated on November Ifr by a great function at St Pel rs Ptlgrimagee fare expaete4 front rariouir part of the world ineludiag- a large one from Franee which fc expecUid to brtog store thu 4 thou mtd r rL7Sample its1 and overcoatsat I2 ate They Be- enELECTED r The best values ever shown for the mbneyI Fine allwool suits heavy Scotch overcoats fine Cravenette rain coats Every one a sample Every one a 1650 18 or 2000 value On sale again today 1195 A MSMoses Go1 Incorporated MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Mens Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Klnsella Gen Supt IIKCKXT DEATHS Thomas Mathison Sr died nt the family residence 2325 Duncan street qn Wednesday He had been ill for two years and his death was not fOI1owingbell The deceased was n stonecutter by trade and enjoyed great popularity in the West End Ills funeral took place yesterday Mrs Mary DeConrsey wife of William DeCoursey Jr died nt the family residence in Highland Park at noon on Tuesday The deceased was only twentytwo years old end was well beloved by a largo clrclo of acquaintances Her husband and family have the sympathyof til entire community The funeral took place from St Leos church on Thursday morning Mrs Julia Dwyer a venerable member of St Tohns congregation died at the family residence 373 Baxter avenue on Wednesday mom Ing She had been suffering from bronchitis and on account of her advanced years her death was not uneltpected The deceased was seventyeight years old and a native of Ireland The funeral took place from St Johns church yesterday morning SILVER SACERDOTAL JUBILEE Hie Most Ilev John J Glennon Archbishop of St Louis will cele brate the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination on December M He was ordained by Bishop Hogan In the Kansas City Cathcdrnl on December 20 1884 FOR ClfAIUTYS SAKE The Highland Charity Club will give a euchre on Monday afternoon and evening at Trinity Council Hall The games will be called promptly at 3 oclock and 830 oclock respectively Many valuable prizes are to be awarded OBSERVED AId SOULS HAY Members of the congregations of St Marys nd Holy Trinity New Albany visited the Catholic ceme tery in that cityon Tuesday and decorated the graves of their departed dead TEACHING GAELIC The Commissioners of National lEducation In Ireinnd for the school year 100S09 that the Gaelic language is being taught in 3047 schools as against 2801 during the previous year- JEALOUS SURE ENOUGH An woman brought suit In the District Court recently from her husband because she found a canceled check In his check book for 2 for ribbons for his typewriter LOOKING FORWARD Do not these cool gray mornings make you think of Christmas It is rrepnr11110ns though you do not Intend to give many guts or have those you do nowtimethere are many little odds and ends that can be picked up for a small expenditure Many women took advantage of the midsummer sales to get quite a few bargains especially the handkerchief sales If your preparations are begun now the canfinishedChristmasbeTiox and before you know it you will have an abundance of pretty things without the struggle with clamorous crowds who put offf their Christmas shopping until the last few days Then begInningearly you bettermay be knowingyourtelligently through friends needs or tastes In your giving do not forget the old folks and do not think that because they are old they do not care for the pretty please others The usefulpresent has no place timerealbox of candy oa potted plant or bit of lace may be supplemented by the necessity In the way of shoes stockings headwrap or other piece of wearing apparel HINT FOR BARING i When imving bakeda tato4afrom this oven wrap itnem istavel and brit wwk OBCV M it inoiea ttiw S0W mealy wba the a1aI out Thiy Reed Rot ttMn be N I j I IRELAND Record of the Host important ol the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges citizenofvnnced age I I The Earl of Itosse has been electI I llIngstIleXnmnlighttIleelectricity At the truer Petty Sessions there was only one case to be tried that hnlngnoofTyroneIn which he was sitting capsized in i e hiker Jllackwatcr ntClollnfrae nttheretained all her mental faculties up to the Inst A man nnmed Callaghan or Sll verbridpe County Armagh cut his wifes throat and then cut his own Both have died as a result uf their injuries IrIshConstnbularfrom Dallybay to Kevvbllss He had Won the respect of all with whom he came In contact The night Jlev Dr Boylan Bishop of Kilomore is In a hospital In Dub fin suffering front a stroke of paralysis Grove fears for his recovery are entertained In the County Itoscommon 152 persons have been stricken from the groundthatthe census returned The decapitated body of John OConnor n young man of Cnhir railwaytracksI limbs were badly mangled The Right Ilev Dr Browne Bishop of Ferns lies promoted the MernnglmMarshalltown pastoral charge of Leshinfere A handsome monument has been erected on the ecclesiastical plat in the cemetery of St nryof the Rosary Nenagh in memory of Bishop Daniel Vaughan formerly of Killaloe but who died in 1850 Dr Orr medical officer of the Ballylcsson district and one of the most popular men in the County resignation Guardians after fortyfive years serviceWilliam Halstead Thomas McDonnell and Alexander Millar members of the Highland Light Infantry were convicted of the larceny of clothing at Kilfinane Halstead got nine months and the other two four months each The Ret Father McGrlskln has been transferred from the parish of Shercock to Balllntemple Protestants as wellns Catholics have donated money to buy him a suita ble memento It is probable that a chalice will be selected Dr Charles ONeill has been chosen as the Irish partys ennui date to represent South Armagh in Parliament Ho received fiftyfive votes as against fiftyfour for his lending opponent Mr Donnelly Dr OXem Is nn oh aul tried Irish NationalistMrs Kelly has resigned as Postmistress at Castleblaney after a connection of fortysix years Front 1803 to 1880 she was chief clerk to her brother John Mc Glnlty and when he became Post master at Mullingar Mrs Kelly was promoted to the vacancy The Earl of Ranfurly presided at the Opening of a bazar to aid the building fund ol the new parochial school in Dungannon County Tyrone The Earl reminded his audience that ute new school hind been erected on a historic site for on the hill overshadowing it stood the ancient residence of the ONeills from which in 1320 Donald OXpill wrote to Pope John styling himself King of Ulster and true heir of the whole Dominion of Ireland MADE PEACE Cardinal Gibbons Stops Tight Between Two Baltimore Boys Last Saturday says a dispatch from Joltlmortj two newsboys had a fist fight at Charles and Lexington streets Men and boys looked one and women Choppers uttered excla mations of pity and reproach but no one Interfered until Cardinal Gibbons happened to walk by Time Cardinal frail and bowed with the weight of seventyfive years mails his way througu the crowd and placed his hand on the shoulder of one of the boys The boy turned sharply to resent the Interruption A glance told him who It was and he respectfully pulled off his ragged cap As he did so In kindly tones the Cardinal said My son wait until you have grown to be a man before you In dulge In the manly art Time next minute both boys had turned and were scampering downtime street In opposite directions Th0 crowd dispersed and the Car dinal continued his stroll with a smile on his face- EICIiANGE OP CIVILITIES Quite recently a warship of the Atlantic squadron found t necessary to cal for a few hours at n military port on the constot Ireland Tommy Atkins meeting n fullbeard Irish tar in the street a couple of hours later said are you going to place your witiers on the reserve list When you place your tongue on the civil list was the Irish sailors reply ROUTINE AFFAIRS Time meeting of ilackm Council last Monday 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li L VEENEMAN r Socngeryuentuckf VitriodCoINCORPORATED I1Sa=aulaotarer oY VITRIFIED PAVINGj BRICKI ci POR STPStETS AND ROADWAYS r llt1ak alb 5U2W ilifiriM W Wills NtpiIh A I TELEPHONE IT TBUKPHONB ItU L M ivttBxy8 iyo ocGa PEOPLE PARTICULAR To make your tnoney go as far as possible should never lose sight of the fact that our economical organization MAKES LOW PRICES on strictly reliable merchandise Floor Cover ings of all kinds Very fine assortment of RUGS OF ALL KINDS t CARPETSg LINOLEUMS ONE LOW PRICE TO EVERYBODY HUBBUCH BROS WELLENDORFF me Successors to Hubbuch Bros 522524 W MARKET STREET Jggjgjg aracfl GREETING I To T P OConnor at Ghicngi Mitch Beyond the Ordinary Itcccntlons Banquets Mns Meetings and Dinner For Two Days Substantial Business Men of the Lakeside City Honor Irishmen TRIBUTE FROM IllS SUPPORTER1 IIish Americans of Chicago Save lion r r OConnor one of lion John T Redmonds able lieutenants the time of his life 6n Monday and Tuesday Ftora the time he arrived until he departed there was always something doing Neither was It buncombe nor the idle curiosity of IrishmemberThe most substantial business men in Chicago came forward with the cash to aid Mr Iledmond Mr OConnor and their colleagues in the coming crisis Capt Edward OMengher Condon of Washington D C and lIon John OCallnghan of Boston who recently returned from n tour of Ireland and England were with Mr OConnor in Chicago and told the citizens of taut great city the needs of their country at home and why Irishmen in America ought to aid the Irish Parliamentary party in its present strulggle Ills coming was the signal for the dispensation of Irish hospitality and Mr OConnor was overwhelmed with invitations to dinners lunch eons and automobile rides Durijig ills stay in Chicago he was the guest of J Medill McCormick editor of the Chicago Tribune Capt Condon and Mr OCnlinghnn Were enter taincd at the Congress Hotel On the arrival of the Visitors Momlaj afternoon they were met by a recep tion committee and escorted to the Congress Hotel where an informalv reception was held The principal event during the two days was a mammoth meeting lit Orchestra Hall on the evening of Tuesday Judge Marcus Knvnnagh presided On Monday evening Mr OConnor was the guest of honor at a dinner at the home of Mr MoI Cormick and there met many of time leading business and professional men of the Lakeside City The big meeting on Tuesday night was a wonder even to Chicago Irisn men To begih with there was a reception committee of 150 leading IrishAmericans and the sons and daughters of Erin not members of the committee filled the hall to overflowing The meeting was held under the auspices of the United Irish Societies and the musical part of the programme was provided by the Irish Choral Society Chicago lion Lawrence H Buckley Presi dent of the United Irish Societies introduced Judge Marcus Kavanagh of the Superior Court who presided during the evening After n brief address by Judge Kavanagh Hon John OCallaglmn was introduced and briefly told of his recent Visit to Ireland and England Several vocal selections followed before Capt Con ton spoke and every number was hailed with delight non J P OConnor was the last speaker ex cept J Medill McCormicK snit Mr OConnor made the principal ad Tress of the evening as he lied done in Boston New York and Ip Now Jersey At the close of the meeting Mr OConnor was the guest of the Chicago Xewspnlier Club at an Informal tanquet On Tuesdny Mr QConnor apt Condon and Mr OCallaglmn were guests at a banquet of the right Fellowship Club No less than 1000 sat down to the feast in presenting Mr OConnor iilge Cavanagh said In parts The visit of Jr OConnor Is of signal importance jot alone to the Irish citizens of hcngo but to allsupportelbof lornl government lIe Is probabiy the boat known man in Great Iritaln and he Is distinguished for the breadth of his acquaintance if not for anything else An amazing eritaltty ai cordiality ate amoric his personal acquisitions which en Lear him to everyone lie meets HOLY NAMK CAMPAIGN The tember of the varlotia ranch88 of the holy Name Society In Cincinnati and vicinity ate ornMMl a federation to conduct a ampttijfa ftgalna enrain pr and wo erevOenrisibeu PrwrincUl to er a etvr for tty II1 MivMiqr i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IX- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third ruesday President Thomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Recording Secretary Thos Lawler Financial SecretaryThoseDolan TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergoantatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis Roller I DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording Secretary T J Stone Financial ecrotaryJnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch ScrgeantatArms John T Brown Sentinel William Na h- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Suljivan Vice PresIdentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G liession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArmsPatrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President Jqhn II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch MeDonoghRecording SecretaryJno J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergenntatAimsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall County President John Kennedy President =Louis Constantine Vice President Robert GleaBfn Recording SecretaryThos Ollern Financial SecretaryJohn G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John KennedyIY JVS I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Louis J Kleffer First Vice President Thos D dines Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryRobert Os borne SecretaryWilliamF Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurdrDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside SentinelJ C F Dartsch Outside Sentinel William D An Iriott tt111t V J11n Ko NiGs A Rev Takes It I OTII Owlog to rajr itogini and preaching which Ipursued for 20 jean being a oathollo prleit the iwelliug ol mjr neck became fo marked that I was told by the doctor to ret for iBTeral months Ha also pretcrlbed tablets which I took for II pertodof 0 months This continued ni of the tablet brought on nervoas prostration aad In somaonla I then took 2 bottles of Pastor Koenlgf NrYo Toulo whereupon both mjr deep and nerves became normal again KEV M SnoEicK fromnannaepileptic fits for 16 years and during that time was under cue of 3z doctors mostly specialists and the most prominent ones yet none could euro me end oil gave me op I used Pastor Koenlvf None Tonlo a ad am not at all nervous now I recommended Ibis Medicine to many per sons and itI has helped every ne of them A Valuable Book on Here FFREE voce Diseases and a Sample bottle to any address Poor pa tients alo Ret the mtdlclo free Prepared by tho Rev FATBIK KOEMIO of Fort Wayne lad since 18W and now by the KOENia MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street loW by DniraUts at U per Bottle6 for 85 Urg Sits 17i 880UIIor IL IRISH CATHOLIC REUNION present and former members of st Johns church in Chicago held a reunion list Sunday In celebration of the fiftieth Ultlliv rsaryof the congregation t The old wooden church erected In 1859 was for years the ehurgji home of the people who resided In that part of Chicago known as Kerry Patch1 Inthe old days It wuthplQce9fa8 em blyfor a mjority of the Irish so- ofeUes in time otiyMl Angela 6RellUyj the first organistand Mrs Mary Dohttiay thlrftnt- opruooCttc1aUl were among the moat Mthw fani arranging the jbfee tad reaor i TURMOIL 0 Ahead In British Pnrlitimcn Says Chancellor oi the Exchequer LloydGeorge Declares Struggle Is the Greatest in 250 Years Balfour Rages and Attacks the Probity of the Scotch Advocate IRELANDS GREAT OPPORTUNITY Lloyd George Chancellor of the British Exchequer writes There are ominous signs that ware approaching one of the greates constitutional struggles waged In England in 250 years Today the storm centers In Great Britain pre sent n political cyclone The frantic efforts made by protectionist Tories to defeat the budget prose that the are fully alive to the fact that when it becomes a low it will be much more diflctilt for any succeeding Government to carry through tin protectionist scheme of passing or the burden of taxation from tin banking accounts of tine rich to the bread nnd meat multitude This is the real issue on which this momentous general election will be fought in January for whethei the budget goes through or is reo jested by the House of Lords ni appeal to the country is certain after the holidays Party feeling hni already attained a pitch of savage bitterness The Scottish Lord Ad vacate Ure ventured to express a doubt as to whether the old age pensions would be secure if reliance had to be placed on Tory pro tectionist policy to provide for them Arthur Baifour fearful of tit effect on the working class vote it the idea got abroad that their pen smells would be jeopardized there upon described Advocate Ure as the deliberately calculated lie n dls honor to the House of Commons n dishonor to his profession and dls honor to his race Ure retorted to these charges ol Balfour whereupon Henry Chaplin exCabinet Minister rejoins Ure saying lIe is guilty of a scandal flea atrocious falsehood and deliberate tissue of lies These are the current amenities among leaders of British politics The Tories calculate that the general election will result In such re ductlon of the Liberal majority that the Liberals will be wholly de pendent upon the Irish vote and that in these circumstances King Edward will refuse to give Asquith carte blanche for creating the new Peers necessary to force the budget through the House of Lords and that a further crisis will then follow with another appeal to the country on which the Tories hope to come in victorious If however this Tory calculation is falsified theywiil have risked everything and lost ns with the Lords veto will limited their greatest weapon je broken All of this shows that the best time to stand by Iledmond and the Irish party in Parliament is now Its this state of affairs that TPJConnor has come to the United Hates to tell IrishAmericans abput REPLACING OLD SCHOOL v The old Roman Catholic parochial 1qhool of St Columba in West Iwentyflfth street near Ninth ave nie New York City built in 1850 and in which exMuyor Hugh J grant Drs John and Edward spell and other famous men reeked their early education about to be replaced with a iiIIftOOOO school uildingIt will b lothic In style und made of press brick vith terra cotta trimmings The cornerstone will llie laid at 3 clockl tomorrow afternoon by Vrciiblshop Farley Monsignor Jo icph P Moariey President of the few York School Board will preach 1he dedication sermon MASONIC TIIKATER Iiey Dock tallcr and his 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