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J I i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XXIIINO 20 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1909 PRICE FIVE CENTS F VISITOR From Baltimore Made His Stay in Louisville All Two Short Provincial oi Xavorlrins On Ills Anuual Inspection Tour Rev Brother Isidore Notes the Progress Made in City ORDER NEEDS MORE YOUNG MEN 1The Rev Brother Isidore Pro- vIncial of the Xaveriau Brothers in the United States went to Detroit spendingthe Droadwa3Tlerecity that have more friends here than has Brother Isidore For many years he taught at St Xaviers Col lege when it was located on Fourth avenue and there are hundreds of young business and professional mcn who were formerly pupils under himBrother objecttime first to make his annual in spection of St Xaviers College and theRev forboysKentucky hopedtowltnthecharge howiter accommodate him maycome lItsthirdthorder progresssinceyetBrothermodestly and takes no credit to to1hotae principles on which the Xaverian order is founded sny1Iomethlngto his former pupils in Louisville r eBrotherIsidore said LoulsvIlleIlivedInwasfourteentwoyenrsIIJlttleontheloveLouisvilleoldboyssnoulsville changedand whatIour andinmaking welllorourboysprogressivemen oldStavenue when we celebrated the fact FridayTXnlersCollege collegebutIpxpect to see more money spent on upAt have twentysix schools and colleges In the United ItChristmas if I could get them so great is the demand upon us How ever our order is growing and each e year adding a few more We are now building a college in Massachusetts to cost 150000 so you see we arc making some progress our selves I wish I could be back in Baltimore for the football game Saturday but I have to go from here to Detroit No I can not run like I lid years ago and I cant jump a fence but I can punch these hollow chested fellows in the back when they dont hold straight Brother Isidore huts the same genial smile hearty handshake nnd Ittndlyl disposition that tho boys lknew in the late 70s and early SOs At the college the other day ho met several of the boys whose fathers had been his pupils a quarter of a century ago Wherever hel goes the best wishes of Louisvilles old and new boys will go with him and ft any higher honors cnn comet him they will glory in his eleva tion RECOVERY HOPED FOR Mrs John F Sullivan was stricken with temporary paralysis as a result of uraemlc poisoning at her home 215 East Breckinridge street on Thursday night of last week and for a time her life was despaired or II111le she fs still in a critical con dition hernumerous friends will re joke to know she is believed to bee nth way to recovery SUSTAINED SERIOUS HURTS Y R Patrick Donnelly an aged resident of the West End and who has been in the employ of Bryne Speed for more than thirty years fell while trying to alight from a va onat Flfth and Chestnut streets on Tues day afternoon He W8l1ret1deredun cbnVclou by the fall Phy ieiariB were called a3 mfU a superfieial wearolnation Jot JhiU in fuiIethe was Iltit the City HoOTjtiill It a- laOtutn1te lit nWt that his fj i I Identity was discovered Then he was removed to his home 1930 Port land avenue One arm is broken his head is cut and he is suffering from severe injuries to his hip Mr Donnelly Is past sixty years of ape and while his condition is not seri apprehenslvo WISE CHOICE runeral Directors Choose Able Man to Bear Standard The Falls Cities Funeral Directors Association met at Llederkranz Hail last Saturdayand held its annual PRESIDENT S J MELLTOTT election of officers Time following were chosen rresident Stephen J McEHlott Vice President C M Coots Secretary John Schildt TreasurerHenry Dome SergenntntArmsEdwnrll Schop pcnhorst Time association is composed of the principal undertakers in Louis file Jeffersonville and New Albany I Pridr to the election of offi cers short talks were made by sev errtl of the members on new meth ods of conducting funerals and on other matters pertaining to the business of association All of the new officers are well known in their pfofression Stephen J McEHiott the new President is n Louisville boy and a member of the firm of Dougherty McElliott anti a veteran member of Division 4 A O JL and a charter member of the St Louis Court of the Catholic Or der of Foresters lie i8a levelheaded business man says what he means and means what he says Mr Coots the Vice President is one of the leading undertakers in Jeffersonville Messrs Schildt Bosse and Schoppenhorst are all well and favorably known in Louisville arid vicinity Al Smith the retiring President declined to stand for re election FATAL RESULT Attends Injuries to Former PopUlar Residentof Louisville The funeral of Thomas Barrett who died at Indianapolis on Friday morning of last week was held from the Church of the Blessed Sacra ment on East Washington street on Monday and was one of the very largest that ever took place from that church Mr Barrett had spent his early youth anti young manhood in Louis ville and was one of time citys plo need electrical workers Later he worked as an electrician in nearly every State in the Union and had a- very extensive acquaintance among electrical men Several years ago he settled in Indianapolis and became an electrical contractor in his own behalf lIe han carried out several large contracts and at the tithe of the accident that caused his death had the contract for wiring the Coliseuiu at the Indiana State Fair grounds About a fortnight ago the scaffold on which he was standing gave way and precipitated him to time ground One of his legs was broken in two places and he was injured about the head While his condition was considered serious his death was not expected Tho remains were brought to Louisville on Sunday and taken Jo- Ule home of his sisterinlaw Mrs John J Barrett 822 East Main street where they remained until the funeral Monday morning The deceased is survived by hits wife who sisterresidesMiss Mamie Barrett and two broth ers William mid Edward Barrett of this city Several nieces nephews and six members of the Electrical Workers Union of Indianapolis ac cpmpanied the bereaved wife and the remains to Louisville and at tended the funeral 8EU IAS MMANUS COMING Setimas McManus the noted Irish author and lecturer will deliver fc lecture on Irish folk lore before the Ihembera of the Knights of Colum bus at their hall Fourth avenue near York at 8 oclock next Friday tThls will be Mr McManus1 firs visit to Louisville a1thoug- llt1ierearcfewIrishAmerlcans in Louisville that have not read from Ids works Last night the Knights of Columbus held a moker and from DWOBthe TJntertaiiiment Committee will provide some amuser inert on each sucetiding Friday nlgbttI 17L1Dik NEW DEAL Begins at City hail mid Augurs Well For Democratic Party Able Men Chosen As Ofllccr- ot Both Boards ol Council Mayor Head Will Go Into Ofllct Tuesday and Cabinet Tipped DIG RATIFICATION ON MONDAY This has been a great week for Louisville Democrats and next week will be greater still They are rejoicing because they have been led out of the bondage of Republicanism anti the city that the Louisville Evening Post would make a wilderness into the land of promise Time boys in tho trenches as well as the leaders are rejoicing and with true Democratic spirit each Is willing to give all the credit to the other fel low No one is saying I did it It was a concerted action the uni fication of all factions the prodigals were welcomed home and the fatted calves have been killed The term of the old General Coun cil expired November 5 so that Louisville had no City Fathers until the Democrats were installed Tuesday night As a perfunctory performance the retiring Aldermen and Councilmen who were politically dead on Friday met just previous to the Installation of the Democrats and declared themselves officially dead No one denied it While this was going on the Demo cratic cohorts from all over Louis vile were pouring into the City Hall and Council and Aldcrmanic chum hers Capt John P Carney with a brasw band headed a delegation from playedMyHot Time In the Old Town Tonight on the slightest provocation Andy Kast he of the big frame and heart headed a delegation from the Eteienth ward Merman Gocke John Barry James P Edwards Frank McGrnth Frank Dugan and John Oruber were present with their fol lowers from their respective dis tricts It was a happy joyous throngThe getIntosworn in J y Magistrate Edward OConnor Samuel Green an able young attorney was chosenTresi dent without opposition Charles J Cronan the well known real estate man had no opposition for Clerk Magistrate Adam Spnhn adminis tered the oath of office to the in coming Aldermen Dr John Busche1 meyer was elected President and Louis Stein was elected Clerk Neither had opposition Dr Busche meyer enjoys a largo practice and workingDemoernt of the Louisville Anzeiger and Is journilllstsinnewspaper men of Louisville take his election as a compliment to the pro fession During the joint session that followed Joha Buechel a hard working Democrat was elected City AssessorOn the newspaper men lot another thrill of joy when layerelect Head announced the appointment of Charles Foster of the Times repertorial staff as his private secretary All these things give people fresh confidence in the incoming administration Well begum is half done you know On Tuesday the Mayorelect will be Installed and other new city officers will be inducted As a preparatory function DrJ 11 Collier and the Democratic Committee have prepared a feast for Mon lay It will be held nt the State Fall grounds It will be In the nature of a Dutch lunch and general ratification from 11 oclock iu tlio morning until tt oclock In the evening Democrats are invited and a host of good speakers will be on handWhile Mayor heath is not expectel to announce his appointees as mem bers of the Boards of Public Satctj nnd Works until he takes office here are some of the tips Board of Public SafetyW H Newman Dan II Russell Charles P Byrne and Edward Tlerriey Board of Public WorksJoe Nevin G R Hunt Rush Watklns and John D Wakefield If lie qppoints any or all of these Mayor 11nad will make no mistake One timing seems certain he will ap point mn who will give Louisville a good clean administration The first duty of the new authorities ought to be the clean sweep of the hypocritical reformers Clean out the City Attorneys office immediately if not sooner The License Inspeptors also needs attention amend Chief Inspector Dally who perpe rated an outrage on his Republican friends by writing and reciting alleged poetry during the campaign ought to be made to feel that his poetic license has expired Probably he does nttknoV what poetic license means SEEKS BETTER HEALTH a Tho Rev Father Riehard Meaney 0P lies gone to Denver Cold to rest anti recuperate from a long and severe spell of Ulneee Father Iteaney issi a pntive ofLoulsvlll4 and vets born and raised lit Imerek Diu- e FI e About twenty years ago he became a priest of the Dominican order Be fore his ordination he had been a carpenter quid builder He was the designer of the new Dominican WashingtonDDr J R Volz 0 Pts President of St Patricks College at Columbus hopelorcovery CHARLES FOSTEn Mayor1 Heads Prjvnte Secretary LO UISYlLLE BOY- s Made Deacon and Will Be Ordained rZest In May M fc Twelve young mehgstiidents at tho American College 3n Koine were raised to the dlncoriite nt the Church of St Appollnnrls lastl week The ArchbishopCeppetehli tinople The newJK deacons are Francis J OConnor Louisville William A Murruytpaul S Lastow ski William G Long and Martin A Hoyden of Chicago Samuel Stritch Nashville Benedict J Genoa Albany Wlljam U Gili New York Curtiss TIeinan St Louis Joseph A Smith Boston John 1 Walsh Scranton ami John J Lynch JfIt to holy orders of the scholoBo year and the ceremonies wore jgry impressive The year was opene1 nt tie college with two requiem passes Wednesday and Friday if 5gthe deceased alumni and benefactors of the institute Rev Ffnnk OCSnnor is a son of Mrs Lucy OConnor and the late James OConnor nnd a brother of Charles and Dr Bernard OConnor He received his early education in St Johns parochial school and at St Xaviers College Louisville and later attended St Charles College Ellicott City Mel After that lie at tended St Marys College Emmitts burg Md and during the past four 1heIAmerIcanexpected that he will be raised toI the dignity of the priesthood on May 21 MDERMOTT NIGHT Division 4 Celebrated In Honor of Its New- Councilman The attendance at the meeting of Division 4 A O H Monday nlglU was larger than usual President John II Hennessy occupied the chair Everybody wanted to offer their congratulations to No 1s newly elected Councilmen Michael McDermott and Thomas J Garvey Members and friends sent floral dcr signs to these now City Fathers when they were installed at the City Hall on Tuesday night Applications for membership were received from Frank Finegan John OConnor Thomas Kelly and John McCoy President Hennessy announced that the County Board had arranged for n joint v initiation on December 19 and that Division 4s team would put on the degrees Time team will rehearse tomorrov and in addition Division 4 is re hearsing a choir for the initiation Attorney Newton G Rogers mode a nice talk on Catholic Federation Its Benefits National had Local It waS thoroughly enjoyed by all pres ent Before the evening closed Council man McDermott came across in great shape with refreshments anti the members moved to make him i perpetual Councilman ST MARTINS DAY Tomorcpw time members of St Martins congregation will celebrate the feast of their patron saint at their church At 7 oclock the various societies of young men and boys will receive holy communion and at 10 oclock a solemn high mass will be offered up with the Very Rev Father Louis Ohio as celebrant In the afternoon at 230 oclock jjol eon vespers will be sung After benediction Of the Must Blessed Sacrament time services will close with the singing of theTe Deum RESPECTED LADY DEAD Word was received In Louisville this week of thKdeath of Mrs Elizabeth OReilly at hen home in New portPiiI bhe wR a sister of Mrs liaheaaaveauimlIa of1a U 1 4 7 r MANITOBA And the Great Northwest Is Place For Ambitious Men President of Maple Lent Club Talks Entertainingly ot Winnipeg Hundreds et Homesteads Are Awaiting Settlers From South NEW RAILWAY IN PROGRESS Fresh from a trip of more than two months through Northern and Western Canada Norman Rushton Iubhasorgan zntion to be held in the parlors of the Seelbach lintel next Monday night Judge Henry S Barker of the Kentucky Court of Appeals who once spent a year In Canada will deliver an address The Maple Leaf Club is composed of Canadians and Americans who have lived in the Dominion and the object of the club is to promote good fellowship among the former Canadians who are now residents of Louisville byJudgeMaple Leaf Club will insist that President Rushton give them a talk on his travels Mr Rushton is a Canadian by birth a Kentuckian by choice and adoption He is at pros ent manager of the interests of the Commonwealth Life Insurance Company in Louisville and is identified with other progressive matters He left Louisville on August 20 and has been home a week He is full of Canada anti HP enticements Hear him anti be convinced that it is the land of progress the land where wheat turns to gold if a man has the energy to till the soil He visited Manitoba and Saskatchewan and incidentally passed through several of the States of the Northwest Ho made Winnipeg his headquarters and talks interest ingly on all things lie saw One thing impressed him and that was the opportunity that Western Can ada presents to young and able IrishAmericans who want to getaway from the crowded tenement districts and who are ambitious to own their own homes and to make their own way in the world In 11 talk with a representative of the Kentucky Irish American this week Mr Rushton said In the first place Winnipeg deserves a mention It has at present n population of 140000 Those familiar with it say it doubles its population every five years It is the greatest wheat shipping point on the Western con tinent The city is laid out on n large scale and is called tho Chicago of Canada The visitor is at once struck by tho unusually wide streets most of them 133 feet in breadth The buildings are the most uptodate of any city I know There are very few if any old buildings The way to account for this is that the town is so new and growing so rapidly The public school buildings the Weslayan University of Mani tobn the Government House and the Provincial Parliamentary building are nil admirable While I was in Winnipeg the Governor General Earl Grey and his wife the Countess Grey came there They entertained and were In turn entertained by the residents I vac fortunate enough to be in functionssight Into the economic social amiII political interests of the part of Canada If any of your Irish friends desire to go to Mani toba let them know there is little fall pr spring It jumps from win ter to summer and back again every year Tho climate is healthy Tine soil is moist and there is lots of arable ground not yet under cultivation The crop this year is the greatest the farmers ever had be tween 125000000 and 130000000 bushels of wheatyet not more than 4 per cent of arable land is now under tillage Thousands of homesteads are available for any man who will go and perform his homestead duties Any fellow with pluck can get rich In a few years My brother took up n homestead claim three years ago This year he cleared 2000 over pxpcnscs The Building of the Hudson Bay railway from the Pacific ocean to Hudson Bay will open a wide area to commerce and will bring Liver pool ns close to Fort Churchill ag Montreal 1500 miles Mr Rushton can talk to you on this subject for hours but you want to hear him to become properly In forested tOT LIFE FOR FRIEND James Sullivan and Patrick Cush lag both well known youngmenof Frankfort were drowned in tins Kentucky river last Friday when time flatboat in which they were fishing foundered Two of the occupants of the boat swam ashore Gushing was unable to swim and Sullivan went to his assistance In ifs effort to reicue Gushing Sulli ran was dragged to his death Both young men were members of the Church of pie good Shepherd anti their funerals took place on Monday ThomaaMaj4rma g and pmehed tfMmon full bf o i ir feeling Mr Sullivan was a cousin of John F Sullivan of this city and had many friends In Louisville Mr Cushing was a brother of Sister Thomas Vincent of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and of William Cushing a clerk In the Louisville of fice of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company DUBLIN DANS TOUR Barney Gilmore Comlng With a Real Irish Show Barney Gilmore the Irish come dian who is to be seen at Hopkins Theater all of next week in his play Dublin Dan is devoting a portion BARNEY GILMO11E of time time of the play to an account of his last summers tour through uponhavingtour that probably has never been seen or duplicated for from the time he left New York upon the swift Mnureluuln until he re turned just twentynine days later upon the equally speedy Lusitanln he visited 120 points of special interest In this must be counted twentynine cities and towns Mr Gilmore had made the trip more slowly and leisurely before but this little jaunt hind an especial object which was the photographing of the particular places lie carried with him nothing but a camera anti a suitcase and covered sometimes three towns in ope tiny for his time waslimited and he had to bo back in New York on August 12 to begin preparations for his coming season He mailed his photograph films back to Now York as fast as he took them and found fully onehalf of them ready when he arrived himself He spent exactly twenty days from the Monday he landed in Dublin until he took the steamer on a Sunday morning at Queenstown In Ireland and says he believes sticha tour is the first of its kind ever taken in such record time Over seventyfive beautiful views of tho Emerald Isle are seen at each performance IN lUEMOIUAl1lII St Louis Bertrand Con ference Acts On PresII idents Death Stephen J McElllott Adam Sciimidt M J Walsh John H lIen nessy and William P McDonogh made up the committee that adopted resolutions in behalf of St Louis Bertrands Conference of tho St Vincent de Paul Society on the death of the late President James T Campbell The resolutions ere as followsWhereas Almighty God In Ills infinite wisdom has seen fit to call unto his eternal home our friend brother James T Campbell for many years the President of the Particular Council of our society In this city and I Whereas Brother Campbell by his wise and kindly administration had done much to promote time interests of our society and increase its membership therefore be it I Resolved By the members of St Louis Bertrnnds Conference that I in the death of Brother Campbell our society loses a zealous and faith ful member an efficient officer n truly Christian gentleman and n kind friend of the poor Resolved That the members of this conference have celebrated n high mass for the repose of the soul of our departed friend Resolved That we extend to the family of Brother Campbell our sin cere sympathy in this their hour of sorriiw nnd be it furthermore Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this conference and a copy sent to the family and to the Catholic press of the city of Louisville The resolutions Were unanimously adopted BAZAR FOR HOSPITAL Catholic men arid women from allover time city met in St FrancisHall Jn the basementof the Cathedral at 730 oclock last night to take pre liminary steps toward arranging for a bazar for the benefit of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital It will beheld JSt Llederkrahz halt On Decem meetlnlwtllbe7x10 oclock Monday nights and all latereBted in Stfc Mary and Eliza Jeth Hospital are Invited to ta Pt11ptl i 0ctt I I FELLOWSHIP IrIS- uch as Is Developed by Knights of Columbus Makes For Good Archbishop Irelands Able Ad dress On Subject Dear to Americans World Clamors For Righteous floss and Morals Continue to Improver GIVES ADVICE TO THE LADIES To Americans paryAmerIennsArchbishop Minn is always entertaining in structive and convincing At the recent opening of the new club house lulInncapolisprIncipaladdress Ireland A good Catholic Is ever a good citizen loud citizenship is devol oped by comradeship and fellowship such ns this order alms at in estab lishing this beautiful home Hero you may meet frequently for purposes of cooperation in good pur poses Most heartily do I approve of purposesAssociation an other is an evidence of advancing civilization Never was close alli arighta cities of America Take n lone Catholic in a strange city and ho lacks courage that cornel from con tact with others of his belief Lack of just such organizations as the Knights of Columbus has been n drawback to our good Catholics I encourage all associations that brine Catholics into closer contact anif have high ideals set before them The world clamors for righteousness America is anxious today and is looking for that force that will save private and public morals Tho church has all that It offers freely to you that force which will make you a power for good in private anti civic life But I also wlslKto see you sue ceed In your private lnrslness ns it Is your right to do At fhCfume jime by example of righteousness and charitable inclinations you are doing a world work A Catholic never should be guilty of abuse of the electoral privilege by stooping to petty personal am bitions but should ever put time national needs above personal ambi tion This is not always the case and unfortunately we hear of Cath olics in office who sell power for pelf The church suffers enormously by such examples Catholics should be models in clean politics llet it be known that when a Catholic Is elect ed to nn office be it high or low a servant of the whole people takes office t There has been prejudice against Catholics in America but that was so long ago that totlayit wcro dense and unpardonable Ignorance to say it exists Here again let me put some i ambition in you I would like to see Catholics in high office But they are not there in the proportion they deserve Take the next Legislature and see if it has 30 to 35 per cent of Catholic members That Is about the proportion it should be from relative strength of time faith 1 would not say to you vote in Amer ica on basis of religion Fitness Is the basis but let every Catholic be so fit that his fellows antI non Catholics can not escape voting for him I am anxious to see Catholics have due proportion of offices And we should not forget what Theodore Roosevelt said that the chances ae ns good for n Catholic as a nonCatholic to become Presl dent Returning to time purpose of tuna Knights of Columbus he said lIe hoped the members would not bo content to meet in their elegant F home which was designed for com fort and pleasure without entering Into some active civic work The women of the church were also told not to fear offending time Sisters priests or Bishops by starting some work He said that too long had the care of tho orphans and sundry duties been left to the Sisters New ideas he sail such as you women have are needed Time opportunity is before you right heroin Minneapolis to show your mettle Let a roof be placed qn your mag nificent proCathedral of time Im maculate Conception Let It be there in two years- GOLDEN WEDDING ifr and Sire Joint Gault of 607 West St Catherine street Celebrated time fiftieth anniversary of their marriage on Tuesday by attending mass of thanksgiving at St Louis Jertranda church at 7 oclock The Rev Father Eugene Vr Flood eetrJrafed time mass MrandMrli C 1 Jault arid their children Jol1aO ul- tfrsW H Price and Miss Rose lault received holy communion There was no social demonstration nti the home on atcount of the ill health of lrsGallt Them jubil arlans nvere married at the Cat drat by the late Fatheri Tn Dft lter on November 9 1850 They haveve tided La Louisville ever aeoe They received many ooBjfratHal OB dtiri jag the weeka 4 J tt 1 E e i u 1 J 1rw KENTUOKY IRISH A1IIERIONu IJ KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM Devoted to the Social and Moral dvancemeraent of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Gntcrcd it the Loutivllle Poitoftlce 11 Second Clua flitter Alton all Coaimnlcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oren St t UFaON TRADES t Aart- t COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER 13 1909 CITY PENSION AMUSES 1 1The abuse of the city pension laws was never brought more forcibly to mint than during the present Week A number of polio men amIi firemen able bodt d fellows too have asked to be re I tired on pensions at half their salaries according to their respective rank This means the death Ime11 of the present pension system ItY has made the present system ridIc- ulousf Why not pension the retirIng Mayors Why not pension strec sweepers Is there any city employ that would object to retire on a pension The original idea of pensionln men who had been incapacitated fo duty by reason of injuries received while attending to the citys business was elongated into a plan to allow men who had served twenty years to retire on half pay at heir optionThe absurdity of the whole 4scheme Is just dawning on tne pec pie Policemen and firemen who havo been injured in the performance of their duties and who are r thus incapacitated deserve sone recognition Yet they know the risks they are running when the1 enter the service They clamor for the places ns wildly as others clamor for places higher up The present pension laws demant immediate attention If we must have a pension law let it be uniform Make no distinctions between rank and file Local leaders ought to take this up with the Legislatun right away OAX 1IELI IRELAND Anent the Irish home going next year the editor of the Dundal Democrat says They are all tall ing of coming here soon these Irishmen in America 3 r McGuigan in his interesting American notes has told the readers of the Demo Frat oithe homecoming project that is on the stocks for next year We are to have a sort of Invasion next year and the invaders will be our people whom circumstance drove Iitjto exile but who have not forgotten the old country or the old people Ireland must give thcs prodigals a warm welcome More than that we may do we may induct some of the hardheaded Irish Americans with brains and business experience and money to stay with us and help to build up our Indus t triAl future There is a good deal of money at home here still for all the drain that Ireland has suffered There is abundance of human rav material of the very best But vrc want the trained intellects of burl ness men who have been engaged In industries In America and who maybe brought to see that there is n field for their activities in Ireland and that not only may they reap I fortune here as surely as in tIle States but that they will earn the gratitude of their fellowcountry men in the meantime TROUBLES BEGIN 1 President William II Taft has re turned to Washington after a summer vacation followed by a trIp from coast to coast and a voyage down the Mississippi nver It is doubtful if any president ever had a more ausplciousffifjourney Cer tainly none bare had the oppor tunity of seeing so many people and so many parts of the country ot close range Now his troubles wilt begin First work on hula message to Congress and then will come the criticisms lie is big enough to ac complish the one and to withstand the other DAD WAS ALL RIGHT r Will Dad Price stick That is rthe question that hundreds are ask o lag every day William IL Prjce has been Secretary of the Police depart neat a score of years Barring none he has done more actual work than any one man in the City Hall IIe is accommodating and patient with all visitors Secretary Price is one member of the police force that kept 1maelfout of politics and ilt111 remained a Democrat Ilia friends are legion and they want r htm retained I o n It would be a matter of charity mrtor somebody to lend the Post a headline writery On Friday It had Three Men iPiilafally Hurt Can- o1 anyliody receive pleasure from being lout On Saturday the Post saI- dIn IfcKXWTJftB diitreBsed over wild rumon lint knows they are falws If the knew they WCM Salve why ran she distremW U I If all the men now seeking office and asking promotion in the poftce and fire department had voted for W 0 Head his majority would hBve been 10000 Down with the trimmers Republican physicians will be busy next Tuesday Many a man nt the City Hall will have such n Headache h EXPRESS GIUEF St Cecilias Conference Takes Action On Presi dents Death Peter Tevlin Peter Andriott nnd Edward D Kelly constituted a com- mitteE of St Cecilias Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society ap pointed to draft resolutions on the death of James T Campbell late President of the Particular Council The committee reported the follow hug resolutions last Sunday The angel of death has entered St Vincent de Paul Society closing the earthly record of the worth President of the General Conferenc of Louisville Ky James T Campbell who departed this life on Oc tober 22 1909 He was one of tin oldest members and held the lion ored office of President of the Particular Council for a number of years His noble and upright life his devotion to his family his untiring efforts and perseverance in fulfilling the precept to Feed tin hungry clothe the naked visit tin sick and bury the dead his steal fast devotion and readiness to perform all the duties of officer amI member leaves a monument to hli memory to be cherished and fan example to be followed by each nml every member of the St Vincent de Paul Society and s Whereas The Society has lost n true and faithful brother the Cath olio church a consistent member and the community an upright citizen be it- Resolved That in title deepest hour of affliction our tcnderesl sympathy be extended to the be reaved family and may they be comforted in the knowledge that he tis promisedbylove and servo Him well Be iIt further Resolved That a copyof these res olutions be sent to the bereave family a copy inscribed in our records and n copy sent to the Record and Kentucky Irish American Messrs V Wellington S 0 Hub bitch and George A Borntraegcr re ported similar resolutions on the death of Mr Campbell to St Anthonys Conference and the re port was approved NOT A WHISPER Of Their Intention Got to the Outside World J gumslloeDemocratic ward slipped up on his friends Monday night and got away withrbride while the others were wondering where how and when It wa going to happen The fact of tIle fayDradleyat the Church of the Blessed Sacrament tt 730 oclock Monday eren ing The ceremony wos performer by the JJev Father Daniel OSullivan Mr and Mrs Hannon are now alhomo to their friends at the home of the brides mother Mrs Catherine Bradley 4Qft Gnrcien street Mrs Hannon has been a member of the choir at the Church of the yearsMr sition with the Louisville School ninnymendsmany wishes for a long and safe journey over matrimonial seas The only attendants at the wedding were Matt Connolly and William Prile BIG GIRLS NOW adics Auxiliary Is Seven Years Old In Louisville The Ladles Auxiliary of the A O II1 tylll hold n reception and give an entertainment In their hall Seven eenth and Main streets next Wednesday evening The event will ommemorate the seventh anni versary of the founding of the aux liary in Louisville The committee n charge has arranged a musical and literary programme of unusual excellence Miss Hose Sweeney the Resident Will preside The literary exercises wiUbe irief After that there will be a luncheon It will apt only be a- rreun1onof the Auxilteryt but It will ye a of LouisyJlle Jef ersonville and New Albany an op iortunity to frs ternMo with the laine All HiberniansI are looking prward oa great riignfc 3 Sleeves in all costs are to the 1V1iataDdf in morlcor In neiful dauiiffn tare upon maitj adelsa U rs6T71qteS Miss Edith Malone is visiting Mis Prennell of Indianapolis Miss Alma McCarthy is In Atlanta Ga to spend a month with friends Mr and Mrs James Learjof South Louisville are visiting infers at FolsomKyMr J Ii Gleason of West Point Ky are visiting friends in Highland Park Ine Misses McKenna of Fnirfieh Ky have ns their guest Miss Alice McLaughlin of Memphis Miss Florence Mattingly of the Highlands is visiting Mr and Mn Will Spalding of Atlanta Miss Camille Semonin entertained her bridge club at her home IiIn Jeffersontown on Monday Claude OBrien wife and chiidrci of Alabama are visiting his mothe Mrs Sarah OBrien of okolona Mrs Melon Donley of Flat TIock Ill is a guest of Mr and Mrs W L Montgomery of South Louisville Mr and Mrs Darwin Johnson have closed their home at Pewee Valle and will spend the winter in Lout vllle Mrs Edward Carr of Hamilton Ohio is visiting her parents Mr- and Mrs William Murphy of Park landMiss Rosanna McCann and ller brother Hunton McCann have gone on un extensive trip through tin SouthMr and Mrs George Kremer ex poet to remove to their new horn on Cherokee drive soon after tin Christmas holidays Mrs Blanche Shelley will give n masquerade ball at the Scelbacl Hotel on December 30 for her daughter Miss Louise ShelleyI Mr and Mrs Edward Nabers are rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty girl baby at their home 2510 West Walnut street this week D F Murphy accompanied by ltIs wife and daughters Misses Nora am Marie Murphy are spending tbe week at West Baden Springs Misses Edmona Dougherty ant Leone Milligan have returned fron n visit to Jeffersonville where they were the guests of Mrs M Diffen denier Misses Gertrude Wisehcart and ilabel Geary of Portland are toI spend the Thanksgiving holidays at Henderson as the guests of311s Bcanno Smith The stork paid n visit to Mr nnt Mrs George Cuscaden Jr 1281 Ilardstown road this week and left a pretty baby girl Parents and grandparents are duly happy Miss Julia Carroll has announce tIle engagement of her sister tit Anna V Carroll to George A Rob Ins on of Greenfield Ohio The wed ding will be solemnized in January The Duodccim Club gave its first lance at Trinity Council Hall on Wednesday evening It was quite an enjoyable affair and will be re peated at a date yet to be an jounced Dr Cuthbert Thompson and bride who was Miss Julia Mengel are expected home today after a months our of the East They will have apartments in tin Weissinger Gaul bed Building W D Williams of Indianapolis inIaUguratlonmd while in the city will be the guest of Major and Mrs Pat Ridge of 1213 East Broadway Mrs James P Hannon of Chicago who came to Louisville to attend the uneral of her uncle Thomas Bar rett has returned home after spend ng several days with her mother Mrs John J Barrett 822 East Main trees Frank Martin of East Gray street who came home on account of illness has returned to St Charles College Ellicott City Md to resume his studies En route to college he spent two days in Wash- Ington D C Capt Mike Cassin of the No 5 Engine Company one of the oldest md most efficient men in the Fire department has double cause to ejojcg this week the Democratic vIctory and the arrival of a new laughter who will be christened lelen Marie Miss Flora Feint and J A Heck ere united in matrimony at St Charles Borromeos churchon Thursday evening The Rev Father CJ P Raffo officiated The bride is he daughter of Mr and Mrs F J Peinr and both young people are avorites In the West End George Barrett of Newark Ohio S Parnell Barrett of Cincinnati and Anthony Barrett of Indianapolis ere called to Louisville this week to attend the funeral of their uncle homas Barrett While in Louisville hey were guests of their mother Irs John J Barrett 882 East Main i street Miss Alvina Becker gave a linen liower at her home at Twentyninth and Market streets Monday g- intonor of Miss Mary Elisabeth Donekawho will soon become the bride of Thomas Keenan Jr The bride elect reoelvftd mans handsome Unen articles Among those present ere Misses Mary Boyle Marfftret miming May Hill Elisabeth Don hue JtMllfl Gpdfreyi Rote MoClaf etty Katie Tolfnr Buphmie CebuJten Freetoes IUmstein toroe Bmlta I oe OBR1en h aitrt- talnre Ha ito Gady ftasle and Anna Anders Nellie Roth Vlc tbria CUneo Teresa Lindcnmelc Bessie Ivers Molly Stump Kati Miller Minnie Scharre Agnes Cat ney Libby Doneka and Eva and Alvina Becker The Duodecim Club gave the first of its series of dances at Trinity Hall last evening Misses JosephIne Herrmann and Alma Schwieters presided over the punch bowl Mri James B Kelly was the chaperoi The club members are Misses Nellie Mae Cutter Mary C Ridge Eva iJ Waters Edna M Sargeant Mi1da Schwieters Carrie D Herrmam Ella Sullivan Anna F Henley Anna May Mayer Helen Resell Katherine Denzlnger and Rosa S Rapp mb members and guests spent an en joyable evening SIRS IIARGADONS DEATH The sad intelligence was received lucre on Thursday that Mrs Ann Hargadon had died in Chicago Th deceased was the widow of the lnte Michael Hargadon for fifty ycars one of Louisvilles leading Irish Nil tionallsts She is the mother of Capt Thomas Uargndon of the Louisville Fire department and oC William Hargadon an L and N machinist After the death of her husband several years ngo Mri Hnrgadon went to Chicago to resille with her daughter Mrs Agnes M Laughlln During her long life iin Louisville Mrs Hargadon was devout member of St Johns congregation Her remains reached Lou vlllo yesterday morning and were conveyed to L D Baxs funeral parlors At the hour of going to press time funeral arrangements had not been announced but it will probabl take place tnis morning PAT DONNELLY CELEBRATES Friends of Pat Donnelly from all parts of Louisville gathered at hiS place Seventeenth and DUnca streets Wednesday night to Ilelp Pat celebrate the Democratic victory of last week His precinct iis known as tho Democratic Glbralta The vote there stood Head 263 Grinstead 31 The credit for the majority is due in a very large men ure to the intelligent and inde fatigable work of Mr Donnelly He was assisted in receiving and enter taming his guests Wednesday night by his able lieutenants Dan Quilt rind Dick Nash Roast shoat oysters sweet potatoes and an abundance of liquid refreshments were dispensed and all wished that the Democrats had more leaders 1ike Pat Donnelly SOUNDED RIGHT TO DAD lIe yelled Hurrah for Head the first thing when he got to tows I know lie did I was there when he said it Jack Flahlve pipeman of tho No8 Engine Company was tell- Ing his friends Saturday aftcrnoor But you have not told us wlii yelled fpr Head Who is he Did he register Republican or Independ ent someone interposed Ho is my son proudly interposed the newlymade father It Iiis his first born and Papa Flahlve is ns proud as he is of the Democratic victory The newcomer arrived at the Flnhlve home 740 South Twen tytlird street very early Saturdn morning Mother and child are doing well NEW IRISH GIANT Cornelius OKelly Irelands new slant wrestler has arrived in the Tnltcd States and is looking for omeone to challenge or to challeng Urn He stands six feet four incite without his shoes weights 230 rounds and has not yet attained hIs full growth Ills shoulders ar road in proportion and his colic neatnires twentyone inches Othe Measurements are reach eight adios chest fiftyone inches valet thlrt three thigh twenty six and a half calf sixteen and n all biceps sixteen and a half wrIst eight and threequarters MATINEE DANCE The Gallagher Club an adjunct o Tnity Council Y M L of New Al any will give a matinee dance nt Jnennerchor Hall on the afternoon of Thanksgiving day Only those who hold invitations will be allowed the privileges of time floor Dane ng will continue from 2 until 6 Icldck The committee arranginj for tho event is made up of Edmund khraltt John Martel Charles fiche Ieter Gunder and Clarence Smith FAMOUS KERRY COWS Fifteen head of tho famous Kerry ows have arrived at the Elmendorf farm near Lexington They were brought from Ireland for breeding purposes The Kerry cows are famous as milk producers They are much smaller than the Alderney ersey and other English breeds and do not require much fodder- r I W Bernheim of Louisville is also negotiating for a herd of the Kerry cows + WILL BE WELCOMED f Cardinal Satolli the former Papal elegate to the United States Is contemplating a trip to America Hets slowly convalescing after an Ihcss that continued through the entire summer and Ida physicians Itave advised a sea voyage to com lcte his restoration to health and- o Cardinal will take advantage of thIs by visiting the United States where he is well known in religious Opd diplomatic circles INVITE THEM HERE The Irish Choral Society ofChi- cago which has won increasing fame In the past two years will make a concert tour of North Amer tea and Europe next year It is hoped that the Hibernians win r- range a date for these Irish vocal sts in Louisville FORTY hOURS PRAYER r J The Potty Hours prayer will De hi tt1e late VMIM at the Churoh ot Our riAdy in pbrtlaria tomorrow orainf the Bar Father Comniff 111 W IbY r1ofhIo- eale1e rgj at the hifb awww to rawTuasT tI KNIGHTS OF COLIIB1ISi Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Thomas ONeill the newly elects Mayor of Auburn N Y is ia KnightAt N Y Daniel Sheehan a member of the council has been reelected Mayor Pero Marquette Council of Mil waukee is preparing to confer the three degrees on a class of fifty The council at Dayton Ohio has inaugurated a series of fall and wIn- ter lectures under very favorabl auspicesWilliam A Prendergnst the newlJ elected Comptroller of Greater New York is an enthusiastic member of the order Memphis Council attended its annual memorial mass for deceasei members at St Peters church in that city lnst Sunday morning The Right Rev John J Kcanc Bishop of Cheyenne Wyo will beg il1 a series of lectures to non Catholio at Houston Texas on November 21 The lectures will be given under the auspices of Houston Council- A big initiation is to be lucid tomorrow at Connersville Ind The councils from Brookville Rushvill and Lawrenceburg will join with Connersville Council in puttini through a class of fifty candidates SERENADES FOR WORKERS First ward Democrats are pnr ticularly proud of two hard worker Capt John P Carney Chairman of the First wards Executive Commit tee and Matt Connolly Captain of the Fifth precinct To show theIr appreciation of the good work oft these two men their friends secured a brass band on Thursday evening of last week and gave them each a serenade Mr Connolly carried Mil precinct by a larger Democrat majority than ever before and Capt Carney headed an organize tion that gave W O Head and l1is ticket a majority of 700 The Crowd led by the band went first to Cap Carneys residence 1425 East Wasb ington street and then to Mr Con nollys home 1414 Story avenue Both gentlemen appreciated the vlsi and showed their appreciation iin proper style ATTAINED RIPE AGE Julia Strassel a retired contract ing painter died at his home 803 East Madison street early Wednes day morning He rind been in good health despite his advanced years until Sunday wnen he was Strieker with acute indigestion The deceased was a native of France but came to America in 1838 i or sixtv two years he had resided in Louts vllle and enjoyed nn enviable rsm tation as a contractor and citist Mr Strassel was one of the l members of St Martins congrega tion and his funeral took place fron that church yesterdayais wife ant seven children survive The children are Joseph L John S Charles S and Bernard B Strassel and Mrs Henry Meyer and Misses Catherine and Rosa Strassel- TWENTIETII ANNIVERSARY Members of St Johns Benevolen Society an organization of men be longing to St Vincent de Paul con gregatlon will celebrate its twentieth anniversary at Phoenix Hil Park next Wednesday night There will be plenty to eat and drink and everything will be free to members of the club and their invited guests President Edward Boles willi preside and addresses rill be mats by the Rev Fathers Thome and Reuff and by John Dodt founder of the society and John Schalda a pioneer member BOOSTER MEETING A Booster meeting under the joint auspices of St Michaels Com mandery of the Knights of St John tad St Elizabeths Branch of the Ladles Auxiliary will be held in the school hall Seventeenth and South gate streets at 8 oclock on Tuesday evening November 30 The meeting will be held to get new members for both societies Refreshments will be served and there will bo several addresses and plenty of music TRINITY COUNCILS DANCE Trinity Council Y M I will give tIle third of its series of fall dances at its club house Baxter and Moron avenues next Thursday evening The committee in charge is made ups follows Frank Happner Jr Will iam Wentzell T F Vnlinotti J R Rittman H C Hill Raymond Eyll Den Sandman William Otte Coleman A Ridge T Murphy R Denzinger and Armand Reach- MACAULEYS THEATER David Warfield David Belascos rIch find will come to Mrfcauleys wring the first half of next week in The Music Master The usual matinee will be given on Wednesday During the last half of the week Miss Henrietta Grossman will appear In Sham her greatest hit since iho appeared as Mistress Nell There will be a matinee on Saturday MAY BE CAPTAIN Corporal Nike Hogan is one of those tipped for a Captaincy under the new regime He has made a good patrolman a good Corporal and will make ah efficient Captain if appointed He has always been a aliant officer and his friends see things coming his way Corporal logan also made a good record as a leteetive and has always 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VUK Friend of Sick and of Distressed Ullnncso Will Celebrate III TerCentcnnry For a Year FEAST OBSERVED 1IN LOUISVILLE Thursday of last week was the feast of St Cliarlcs Borromco In Louisville the solemnity of tho feast was transferred until Sunday when the Forty Hours prayer began at- St Charles Borromeo church The Rev Father Itaffo officiated and preached an eloquent sermon on theme of the noted patron saint of tIll churchIn Italy the scenes of St Charles life and labors the faithful are celebrating his tercentenary from now until November 4 1010 St Charles Borromeo the Cardinal Archbishop of Milan was born in the castle of Arrona on the borders of Lago Maggiore a few miles from Milan on October 2 1538 Ills parents were of princely family and he had relatives who occupied high positions in the church In 1560 he was made Cardinal and associated with his uncle Pope Pius IV in the administration of the affairs of the Holy See He was prominently identified with the direction of the Council of Trent one of the greatest of the general councils of the church As Archbishop of Milan he labored to restore the discipline of the church and to enforce the observance of the laws of the Council of Trent He established schools for the poor anod seminaries for the education of the clergy By his sanctity nnd devotidn to the people is well as by a strict enforcement of church laws he succeeded in his lifetime in laying the foundation of priestly knowledge and piety so that lie has become the model in ecclesiastical discipline anti in the renewal of ecclesiastical life Rigid In the enforcement of discipline he was remarkable for his kindness and gentleness of character During thereat plague in Milan he refused to leave the city and was ever to be found by the sick and dying ready to sacrifice himself that they might iiave the consolation of religion He lied of fever on November 4 1609 He had lived to honor the church md by his efforts had restored the true ecclesiastical spirit to the clergy He Is illustrious for his work in the development of ecclesiastical seminaries and no less re nnrkable for the development of atcchetjcal instruction as we understand it in our classes of catechism Ills body rests in the rich chapel under the cupola of the great church of Milan in a crystal shrine of great value The altar of the Impel is of solid silver silver and yoltl lamps burn there night and lay Ills life is greater than all the gold in the world and his naive is i benediction in the church of God and he Js honored by the people whol love the memory of his deeds and ecall with pride the simplicity and iharity of his great life BUSY WITH VATICAN Roman correspondents of Amen can daily papers continue to furnish absolutely worthless information concerning the oomhig consistory The correspondent of the Chicago Tribune writes that the consistory has been postponed until tho second Week in January He adds that great secrecy Is being ob erved and that great pressure is be ng brought to bear to bring about the creation of a new American Ordinal All of this must be taken with a grairt or more of salt BACK TO TILE SEA John OConnell a member of the United States navy and who has been spending brief furlough with his mother Mrs Minnie T OCon nen of 944 East Court avenue Jef ersonville has returned to the Hampshire Mr battleshlr1iew In the navy for two years and has seen many strange and wonderful sights in his oyage around the world rt MASONIC THEATEU The Witching Hour Augustus Ihomass famous telepathic drama comes to the Masonic Theater the first half of next week with a bargain matinee on Wednesday A fans World with Mary Mannering In the leading role and supported by Jharles Richman will bo the at action at the Masonic Theater luring the last haltof the week with a Saturday matinee EUCHRE AND COFFEE SOCIAL A mammoth euchre will be given In the parochial school hall Twenty third and Market streets on the ifternoorv and evening of Monday November 22 The afternoon game vill be called at 215 oclock and the ivenihg game at 815 In addition t6 the euchre there will be a coffee ioclal and bean bag games both iftemoon and evening All the pro seeds will be devoted to the needs f St Anthonys church Fox RIDGE CLUB DANCBSl The Fox Ridge Club will Inaug urate another series of dauoea at fadorffs Hall northeast corner Eighteenth and Kentucky treeti at 8 oclock tills evening The popular l1of th nwmters of the club in and Winter- Neon awe a eufulfallon dancer win be fiven rt fhhff7 evening 4JSjj 1 J 1 Ghas fl Rooe- rMKlt GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIE To suit every taste Give us a call and inspectt our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Article Of JQVJDRT DKSCRIPTIOM 434 West Jefferson Street CB THOMPSON FLORIST Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Doth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Falls City Cleaning and Dye Works J Al QARVBV Manager EXPERT CLEANER and DYER Skirts Cleaned and Pressed 75c Suits Cleaned and Pressed 100 All Work Guaranteed Or No Pay Home Phone 5892 416 S FIFTH 51 FAR FROM TRUE Are Stories About Im mense Gifts of Money- to the Pope TIle Rome correspondent of the New York Herald writes Tho Vatican authorities are seriously disturbed over 0 the frequent reports printed in the papers of Continental Europe regarding the alleged immense bequests and gifts recently received by the Holy See fearing that they have started to create the impression that the finances of the Holy See are so flourishing that there is no need for Peteroncestories The fact is the Pope has been obliged to suppress some of his sub ventions and important works on behalf of religion and education in order to make his expenditures fit within his income Recently the Pope himself being informed of reports that during his pontificate lie had received large gifts of money from various Catholic rulers and former rulers including a present of i million crowns from the Emperor of Austria declared The centiseimo is the smallest of coins I have not received as much ns one centiserao from any Emperor King or Prince during the last six years OJFEMl REWARD Oklahoma Knights Want Murderer of R DGan non Punished The body of R D Gannon who was murdered in Oklahoma City last reek was taken to Lexington Ky- or interment on Tuesday and was accompanied by a deputation from Klahoma Council Knights of Columbus The body of Mr Canon was found on the roof of a enstory building in Oklahoma on Sunday morning He had been itranglcd and ills pockets had been ifled The Knights o Columbus of ldahoma City have offered a re vard of 2500 and have asked the fate to offer a similar reward Mr Gannon was thirtytwo years old anu a member of an Irish Cathy olic family well known in Lexington md throughout the Bluegrass region Three of his sltsers are nuns John Gannon a brother is also prominent in Lexington FROM MANILA TO IlOMti According to cable message to the daily pa rs Monsignor Agius Archbishop of Palmyra and the Apostolic Delegate from the Philip puses has arrived at Rome and is staying at tle Benedictine monas tery at St Ambrose where he was for several years Procurator of his order before beirlg appointed Apostolic Delegate lie will present a fun report to the Cardinal Secretary if State on the religious conditions In the Philippines and wll remain in Europe about four months There ire rumors that his return to Manila will be only for a short time is his name is one of those men tloned as successor to Monsignor alconio when the Washington Dele gate is raised tothc dignity of Cardinal COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUB The Columbia Athletic Club an organization of German Americans from the East End will give an en+ ertulnment tBt Marjs Hall sunIdayi dmlsalon are twentyfive cents e ch1be club promises a unique performance and an enjoyable even ng GOING BACK HOME Whats that noise staked some one la the Highlands the other night That is an old song he continued Wait for the Wagon and Well All Take a Ride Ohlidanother the Hill people are oele rating beoaufee Dave OConnell Is Srolng back home Driving the- Ilaak i Maria thirty yeait Tf the predictioneomee true etwrwdy will jiiiir fAniiih The daintiestsew htttptaa are he4 with IrWi ocooJiirt Uu U c i i t RESTING j Bristish Budget Fighters Tnk Ing Advantage of Brief Truce Bcylniiig1 ot the End Is Expcctci l When Respite Has Expired Lords Oppose Tax Bill and GenI oral Election Seems At Hand IRISH MEMBERS AWAIT ISSUE Doth the Lords and the Commons of Great Britain are worn outwit the recent strenupus struggle and everybody was satisfied when the leaders agreed upon a truce or respite of two weeks This will mean that the climax of the battle between the Government and anti Government forces will begin next Thursday Politics were prett warm fifteen years ago at the cul mination of Gladstones last home rule fight but there are signs today of greater public concern and excitement than at that stormy time It can not be said decisively what will be the action of the Lords nor the reply of the Government but one thing certain is that the Peers will not pass the bill Some Union ists advise its flat rejection and oth ers argue it would be far better tactics to adopt the amendments providing for a refcnendum to the entire country on the sections im posing duties on land and additional liquor license duties before these sections become a law This scheme would rob the Government of its chief battle cry against the Lords that they are exercising illegitimate powers in claiming authority over financial measures The Government leaders have declared unequivocally they will accept no amendment and will appeal to tIle country unless the budget is accepted exactly as it stands It seems clear enough in this situation that a general election is inevitable in January as everybody expects II has happened however that twice before within eighteen months a general election has been fore shadowed in these dispatches under exactly similar circumstances The Government announced last year il would stand or fall with the educa Hon bill and made the same declar atlon last spring regarding tho license bill but funked the issue in both cases and tried to save its lace on each occasion by saying it would not allow the Lords to dictate the time of the general election It may resort to the same puerile tac tics again for technically there is nothing to compel it to go to the country for another three years There is little doubt the Government would be glad to seize any axcuse since the Bermondsey election showed the latest trend of public opinion for the postponement until the ar 3t a popular verdict rival of another psychological mo ment In its favor such as it believed listed last August To shirk the issue again however would bring upon the Government such a general storm of ridicule and contempt that there is really little reason to doubt it will face the music early in the year Tho election which probably will take place then will be the most important and critical of modern times Its importance by no means will be con fined to Britain and it is hardly too much to say that the future history jf Europe largely is involved in the settlement of the question in whose lands shall rest the control of the British empire during the critical rears just ahead- lleanwhile Mr Redmond and the Irish party are resting upand matching every possible move The success of lion T P OConnors visit to the United States has given thc Irish leaders fresh hope and all iro prepared for whatever may happen The LloydGeorge budget received its first reading in the House of Lords on Monday It was purely a Formal procedure and there was no llscussion of the measure whatever The kill will have its second reading on November 22 when the real gilt will begin REVEREND VISITOR Tho Rev Father Hugo 0 F Mrr- ot St Marys church Memphis is pending a few days at St Bonifaces onvent in this city Father lingo has a number of old friends in Louis v111e COMING TO AMERICA The Rev Father Bernard iTaughan S J of London England vill deliver a series of lectures at the Church of the Immaculate Con ceptlonln New Orleans during the coming Lent Father Vaughan is a noted Jesuit orator and has gained fame as the Apostle of London Slums ANOTHER COLORED PRIEST The Rev Stephen J1 Theobold a colored scholastic of theyoung losephite Order will be raised to the priesthood at the close of the and will tak J current seminary year in the lIeWilllmakrace KNEW WHO TO HANG No drawled the Mayor of the lar Western Mttlement the boys had some money tied up in that bar bankrupt telephone l compf1nYan theYJUBt didnt like the way the rav elver wo j handling theV business JDWat eh commented the tour t Welli1 iwhat did they do about IT HOh they just nrup tie re deerra 1 FRANK FEHR o BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by 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question of con solidatingThe Auxiliary ofManches ter N IL has sewing parties to in terest its membersII Do not fall to attend the Ladles Auxiliary reception at Falls City Hall next Wednesday evening The Minneapolis County Boari met last Sunday with the State Pres ident and the Igsurance President President Con J Ford expects tto stnrt a membership campaign at the meetingof Division 2 next Fridaj nightDivisions 11 afoA 18 of Scrantor have combined making the new division one of the strongest in the StateDivision 3 will meet next Thursday night and as matters of importance are to be discussed a full attendance is desiredMembers of the Ladles Auxiliary of Manchester Jf II present nit their girls who change their name with n silver service Tuesday night will be the occasioi for Division 1 to hold its regular meeting Presldent homas Keenan desires a large attendance The Hibernians of Portland Ore will observe the martyrdom of Allen Larkin and OBrien on Novem ber 23 with appropriate exercises Manager Dustin of Hopkins Then ter Is arranging a Hibernian night for Barney Gilmore in Dublin Dan If the show is as good as it is sale to be every night will be Hiberniar night The latest report of the Ladies Auxiliary In Minnesota shows the following excellent conditions Bene ficiary fund 1012012 invested In United States bonds 40000 policies extant 4781 of which 742 call foi 1000 and 4039 for 500 each Barney Gilmore will be welcomei 1by his favorite order at the Hopkins Theater next Tuesday night Novem ber 16 on which occasion George J Butler State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will attend with his staff The County President Patrick J Welsh and many other officers and members ol this most distinguished order will be on hand The night will be known as the A 0 II night and no doubt will be largely attende- dPAITIIFUL SOUL Called to Eternal Rest After Patient Suffering On November 2 when holy mother church poured forth her fervent prayers for the repose of the soul in purgatory Mrs Anna llapp widow of the late Peter lapp of Eminence Ky breathed her soul calmly and peacefully into the hand of her Maker She had been ill sufferIngswas a native of Kentucky and was sixtyfive years old fter her marriage she became a convert to the Catholic faith and became one of the most fervent members of the church In Eminence The high mass of requiem for the repose of her soul was celebrated in the Catholic church at Eminence on Thursday morning The Rev Father Edward W Roes officiated and preached n touching sermon on the faith and devotion of the do ceased Mrs J J Mueller presided at the organ and Messrs J J Mueller Ferdinand Echsner John Uehelhar and August Ilolzknechf of the Concordia Singing Society of Louisville sang the music of the mass The remains were interred beside those of Mr Rapp in the cemetery at Eminen- ceCIIARITYS SAKE Orphans Pleasure Club Plans Big Vaudeville and Ball completedforvine entertainment to be given in the Seelbach Auditorium next OrphansPleasure tainment will be one of the best of its kind over presented here and some of the best talent hi Louisville wlU Vo represented on the pro gramme The charitably Inclined men and women of Louisville are in terested In the affair and 100 prom- Inent ladles members of the Waller Doll Club have consented to become patronesses at the forthcoming ball All df the proceeds will be used to purchase new toys for the orphans in Louisville regardless of race creed of nationality A spe cial feature of the ball will be the engagement of two orchestras to furnish continuous music for the dancers expected at the ball The entertainment will begin promptly at 816oclock and will be concluded within an hour After that the dance will begin and continue until past midnight USELESS WAIWARE From Rome comes the word that a determined effort Is being made Jly anticlericals at Rome to secure the removal of two Spanish Car finals Mery del Val and Vives Ya utb as part ot the revenge to be exacted for fhe execution of Ferrer Partly In view of this agitation the Joptli basr1nnted Cardinal Mrrry iel Val with a at9tograph PeCiJ a KoldN fM aceoropanUd by Ah auto rrapfa letter far which btt thank lde Wetary of State for hiS fat fug d SOCIETY DIRECTORY A OU I3- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Keenan Sr Vice President Mark Ryan Secretary moe Lawler FinancialSecretaryThos Dolan TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatArmsAndrew Curran Sentinel Louis Roller- DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President Con J Ford Vice PresidentD D McKenna Recording SecretaryT J Stone Financial Secretary OnoT Keaney TreasurerJoseph T Lynch SergeantatArmsJohn T Drown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeen and Main Streets President Patrick T Suljlvan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G liession Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street s President John H llennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryWm P Mc Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jho J Winn Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesdays at Piaus Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice PresIdentRobert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial Secretary John G Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y1 i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos DClinesY Second Vice President Samuel L RobertsonRecording SecretaryRobert Os borneCorresponding Secretary William F BurkeFinancial Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalAdolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinelWilliam D An driott AEA 11G A Rev Takes It 1 Aroca WU Feb 23rd 1907 I am afflicted with goitre or a thick neck Owing tom flnginir and preaching which I punned for 20 years being a catholic priest the swelling of my neck became 10 marked that I was told by the doctor to rest for several month lie also prescribed tablets which I took for a- period of 6 month This continued use of the tablet brOultht on nerrone prostration end in ommonla 1 then took 2 bottles of Pastor Xoenlgi Nerve Toulo whereupon both my s1ee1 and nerres became normal again KEY M SHORICK Mrs J C OConnell writes March 1 190 frog IlaTant Cuba l I had nervous ptftstratlon and epileptio fits for 15 years and during that time was under care of 32 doctors mostly specialist and the most prominent ones yet none could cure me and all gave me up I used Pastor oenlgl Nerve Tonic and am not at all nervous now I recommended this Medicine to many persons and it hOB helped every one of them A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE VOU8 Diseases and a nple bottle to any address Poor pa tlenU alsoget the medicine free Prepared by the Ray FATHER KOEXIO of ron Wayne Ind since 1670 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago 111 tOO Lake Street Sold by Dniggistj at SI per BottU 6 for ttLarge 3U J17BJ 6 Dottles for JB and valuable work Those win kmnv the situation at the Vatican are best convinced that he will con tinue to hold hIs office throughout the entire pontificate of Plus X RECENT DEATHS Mrs Catherine Kenealy a well and favorably known young matron of St Louis Bertrands parish died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Michael Reardon SOS Oldham street on Friday morning of last week The deceased was the widow of the late James Kenealey and is survived by five young children The funeral which was largely attended took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Sunday afternoon 0Mrs Mary A Horn a well known resident of Jeffersonyille died at her home 763 Broadway in that city on Saturday evening She hind been suffering from cancer of the stomach for many months The decreased was fifty years old and is survived by her husband Thomas Horn three sons and two daugn ters Before her marriage she was Miss Mary A McAndrew The fu neral took place from St Augustines church on Tuesday morning andves attended by many old friends of the family Patrick OMalley an old and respected member of St Louis Ber trands parish died at his home 628 Myrtle streets on Tuesday night The deceased was a native of Ireland and sbttysbci years old The greater part of his lift had been spent in Louisville More than thirty years ago he was appointed on the police force and served with credit to him self and to thee satisfaction of the luthoriUes He resigned to enter the terrine of the Louisville fc Nashville aUrpad Company as a lerkIrMaUey was Gaelic scholar and eli Versed in Irish history He is uryiyBd byhJiL Wife arid several children iOne pJthU daughters Is a tomenlean nun His funeral took slae from8t Louie JBertrandu Ihurab reateaday paoralof I 0 D IRELANDRe- cord of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled Prom Exchanges The reestablishment of the flaj market at Llsbtirn has been a de cided success A branch of the Gaelic League has been established in Dromond parish County Kerry The Ilev Father PatrIck Keown of Ballyboy has been made Vical General of the diocese of Clogher The Belfast Harbor CommIssion reports a continuous increase in both crosschannel and foreIgn trade James Dunne of Kilbridge Port allngton has been appointed ta Justice of the Peace for Queens countyMichael Murphy Ball gullch and Patrick Rowe Jonestown irate bees appointed Magistrates for Count Wexford Bailieborough reports that the potato crop in that section is the bes on record and that all other crop tire abundant Charles Murphy a hotel employ in the city of Cork fell through a loft and received Injuries which resulted in his death The County Donegal Commute on Agriculture line set aside 125 to assist in providing laborers with fruit and shade trees Daniel Burke of Portumua County Galway a well known breeder of horses and cattle hall succumbed to heart failure Michael Molloy eighty years old med rnther suutlenly at his home in Rings county lie had been a member of the County Council since Its inception The Castlerea Board of Guardian are to expend 3000 for the eretcloi of a building to accommodate tIle nuns recently appointed nurses at the workhouse The trustees of the Carnegie hers fund have awarded John II Lavery a letter carrier of Jfewry 25 for bravery in rescuing a little girl fron Clonrya river The site for the new Intermedlati Schools in Castlebar is the gift of the Earl of Lucan and when completed will lIe in charge of the De La Salle Brothers John Condon thirtytwo year old while working at n threshing mill near Carrickn across was en tangled in the machinery and so badly mangled that he may die Three men were buried under un nvalanncho of rock while working in Hugh McGlldwney quarries nt Ballycastle County Antrim Join Delaroy was so badly hurt that one arm will have to be amputated John Geraghty a native of New port County Mayo has been nr rested as a suspect in a County Wlcklow tragedy The body of Patrick Feeley was found in a field and it is believed Goraghty slew himMiss Lucy Gartlan a member of an old and respected family well known in the Counties Louth am t Monaghan line passed away at hei home near Dundalk She was noted for her universal charity and gently demeanor GROWS APACE Division 3 A 0 H Has Made Good Showing For Quarter Division 3 A O IL held its reg- ularI meeting on Thursday evening oC last week Vice President Martii Sheehan presided in the absence of President Patrick T Sullivan The JosephMurphyobligated Thomas Callahan Tames Broderick James Horan and WilHin Kelly who have been on the slcV list wore reported improving Tin Finance Committee made Its report for the third quarter showing that the division was sound financially and numerically A communication from the Counts Board was read in which it was an pounced that a joint initiation would be held at Bertrand Hall on the afternoon of the third Sunday in December Secretary Thomas Stev ens read an interesting chapter atf Irish history and the members gave it due attention During the even ing several interesting addresses wero made CRUSHED TO DEATH Popular Young Man Vas Entangled Moving Machinery a Death in sudden and horrible form came to John Freeman a foreman in the plant of the Marion CoUnty Construction Company at Fourteenth and Delaware streets shortly after 6 oclock on Saturday morning Mr Freeman was working near an asphalt crusher when his clothing became entangled In the machinery lIe was drawn Into the rapidly re volving cogs and crushed to death The remains were taken to Schildts undertaking establishment and pre pared for burial after which they wero removed to the family yea idence 534 South Third street The deceased was the oldest son of the late Patrick Freeman a pioneer IrishAmerican resident of Louisville and was Lora on what is known as the lUlIIhe young man was decidedly pppular and his un timely death Is much deplored- He is survived by his wife two hildren and several brothers and usters The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Thursday morning and was very argely attended aiEREST ROUTINE 0postelectionelebratione aUf ndahca atM eKln Council Monday nightt Only the merest routine usluessJ was transacted Albert tart who has been s riQuiily illwst eportedimproriagr litL4 4f cal urp t For Your Furniture wants II WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are largest my prices low est and my terms the best I JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street REMOVAL BRUNN The Jeweler Formerly at 526 West Market Street Has Removed to 303 WEST JEFFERSON STREET New Store and New Stock for the Holiday Trade Make your selections now and call for them later Here you will find everything new anduptodate and of latest design and make I WHY 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