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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN TOLUME XXVNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1910 PRICERIVE CENts hiftGITI ITreedomsBanuerAgainMakis Its TJnwelcjomo Appearance Here Has Neither Known Father No Mother Editor Nor Owner Publishers ot Dark LanternI I IdentityII Be Known INTENDED FOR THE IGNORANT I Christian men and women of all1 religious denominations were dis gusted and Insulted this week when they received a copy of Freedom Banner a vile sheet that was sup posed to have died an ignomlnous death many years ago This Hie gltlmate darklantern sheet ha neither known father nor mother editor nor owner its publishers tak- Ing care that their Identity be unknown Years ago this foo to re ligion and good government wn printed solely to create strife andI promote the narrow ends of a smallI number of selfish and bigoted politicians whoso least care was the public weal and the fair name oft Louisville The Kentucky Irish American will smoke out tho dis reputable gang as It did Undo Sams Boys and Rlchart Hackett the Itinerant crayon portrait vender who resides at 1370 Beech street and is the receiver and distributer off Freedoms Banner and such literature as would Incite feelings oft intense hatred among Christians The Kentucky Irish American has neither the time nor patience to argue with such papers as Freedoms Banner but that the general public may Judge for Itself we rcprodueII the following slanderous charges al leged to have appeared In the Sunda Star which suspended about twelve years ago It was evidently the In fotentionthe belief that the Star is still iIn existence which is as near the I truthII as Uncle Sams Boys and the A over get We only ask people trend this and ponder I The great Central Catholic Socic- tr t1 UnltelllStatesthis week beginning last SundaycItLL l rreporter of the Star himself an ardent Catholic watched the great procession as it passed along itcvijianncra its music its cigars its Ij InnglitcT etc Ho followed it to Phoenix Hill where ho heard the big f cannon roar and saw and lieanl thstrangethprieststables and drink beer and whiskey lie saw at other tables men who wore tho picture of the Madonna antlof child pictured on their regalia sit down anil curse and swear in the most profane and unrestrained mat- nor t At one table a man took a seaMhaving just come into the park after thtnarchlnht a handsome uniform including thoI helmet of the Knight On his breust was the Sacred Heart of ti Savior and on his shoulders tercrosses and other sacred emblems As he sat down lie remarked to a friend by GI Im as hot as hell twaltel bring us two whlske straights As they sat there and drank the stuff lie used the nto I profane language ever heard It u enough to make a man shudder t hem hint It was the most sac rilcgious exhibition possible TheJJ various banners sonic of them ex- qulslte and costly cold representin the Virgin Mary and the SnlolII were standing around amongst theIbeer tables while the carouse went ont Louisville Sunday StarIIt is not necessary to say that the foregoing Is an unmitigated and pre I mediated lie and never appeared in the Sunday Star nor any other I reputable paper of Louisville And I the same may be said of the many other vile and libelous charges thatappear in the illegitimate and Par- entless I I Freedoms Banner whoso only mission is to create strife and I retard Louisvilles progress for therhopedfor gain of a handful of bigots I and nonchurch goers l We will soon have something to say about those Government em ployes who are neglecting their duties and devoting the time to th disreputable business It should n be forgotten that this motley cre can rent no good hall In the West End Tho only proprietor who tot crated them was able to stand f but the one meeting I JUDGES FROM IRELAND Irelands greatest authority on ruddyfacedmore blue ribbons on prize cattle at everUvedjudge of the steers at the International Live Stock Exposition which takes place from November 26 to December 3 at the International Ex ChicagoUnionpromised to make the trip to C cago accompanied by Richard OMalley of Woodlawn Sont County Dublin one of the b es andClydesdalel I PARADE FOR CARDINAL Cardinal VanHUtelli Papal Legs CongressMoalkreel atII 1al Intftors at t1ltpt Mid of Hjany Qatopt t 1 rT d u a u of St Louis Catholics last The prelate members of s party Archbishops Glennon and Ireland together with many other dignitaries of the priesthood and laity reviewed a pageant of nearly1 20000 parochial school children and nearly 6000 Knights of Columb from the archeplscopal residence on ILlndoll boulevard during the after I noon Later the Cardinal officiatedI at special Papal services at the I AtIVrI Club AMERICA Has Won LoveandAdmlra tion of the Papal Legate The largest gathering that over assembled In St Paul to do honor to a member of the Catholic hierarchy was the one which filled tho great Auditorium of that city to overflow Ing last week to show respect to the esteomed representative of Pope Plus X Cardinal Vlncenzo Vannutelli Archbishop Ireland presided and fInJ response to the addresses of welcome of Gov Eberhart Mayor Keller and C D OBrien the Papal Ifegate told show deeply touched ho was by thes warmth of the reception tendered him and said in part For America I hero always ha I a high admiration and love anti the amore I know of It the higher Is my admiration and the warmer my love What wondrous greatness Whatt wondrous development Take your own city as an instance Since sixty or seventy years ago a little burg of a tote scattered houses today it is a city of more than 200000 inhabitants a city which with its slater city Minneapolis counts its people by half a million America ii- s is country of prodigious industry andl commerce wondrous in its practical1l application1 of the sciences But more than all this it is to be admired for Its aspirations to high morality for Its profound respect for righteous ness and religion for its deep dote lion to liberty united with socialI order Speaking to Catholics let moi tell them that they must see that while around them there is so much theYy must carefully see that the churchi does not fall behind Let them work r its weal MGILLICUDDY Lostt eilthse is expected to reflect great credit on Maine and to do a great deal in the way of restoring the prestige which e Pine Tree State once had In I e two houses of Congress and has slowly lost Maine for many years had an influence In legislation out all proportion to her size andI population Such men as Reed Hale Frye and Boutelle outweighed a setc tion of Dicks No other State except issouri was comparable to her 1 e in weight and dignity of her Congressional representation McGilllI cuddy is a naturalborn orator of th maceMayoer of his city a couple of times and has demonstrated his executive ability dtof e Maines vanished glories and so thsStatasa partiaaon considerations where members of jfMcGtlllctddypectations that have been formed ofu epublIennse elections for the sake of keeping IIn Congress a man who reflects credit on the State IBAZAR i For the Sisters of Mercy IIs Next Catholic IEventIA large and enthusiastic meeting beldMondayl tofurthergrandbazar whi1al k Haov I interest In Catholic splendidprorJacob Ohllgschlager acted MrsDolleSmallMrswero all encouraging also the talks AndrewACallahanI S Cans and others There will six booths and the bazar will be a l meetIngtFrancis evexCQNFIItDATIONhl Secereel where the sacrament of confirmation was ad TheBishopseveral adjacent towns It is said vliftteto In thatheto coxes nfu j 0 n 0 f HOME Whituso Talks ol His Trip Through Europe isits Ireland and Finds JSvcrj thing Changed For the Better Received In Special Audience and Embraced by tltc Holy Father WILL BESTOW PAPAL BLESSING Rev Father Thomas White the esteemed pastor of St Frances ofr Rome church in Clifton is beingr warmly welcomed by his legion o menus Upon his return from his trip tri Ireland the place of his birth the continent and Rome the Etorn City Father White spent two odt arduous labor and the deserved vacation has been most beneficial as he Is the picture of health Accompanying him was his cousin Mr P Morris one of the leading an most influential men of Fall River Mass who declares the trip the greatest event of his life When seen by tho Kentucky IrishJ American Father White did not want to be Interviewed though be was gracious and chatted most Interest- Ingly and related a number of pleas- Ing Incidents of the trip across th big pond his companions being number of Jolly Americans and Irishmen who were seekng and enjoyed rest and pleasure Arriving in Kll kenny the good soggarth slept In the bed In which he reposed in his boyhood days He found Ireland more picturesque and beautiful than over and his beloved Kilkenny the most progressive town in the south of Ireland With the long days fertilei soil and bountiful crops there was- a different aspect from the old days and everything appeared changed and for the better While in Dub lin Father White visited the Ar Gallery and Public Library the larg est In Europe and both uptodate A pleasant Incident ot his stay in the Irish capital was his reception and n ittatnment UYJaidDayorwDoy invested him with the tame 1 collar of gold and the social keys of tho city Touring the Green Isle Father White found the most wonderful and agreeable changes the cabins of former days replaced by cosy and comfortable laborers cottages and evidences of industry and prosperity everywhere While fIn Belfast now Irelands largest city ho was the guest of Joseph Devlin one of the Irish envoys now in country and was much gratified see there a largo consignment of KentuckyGalwayand busy city where electricity is In use for every conceivable purpose From Galway Father White and Mr Morris proceeded to Cllfden the apendfnhg While In London the tourists fIn- spected the Tower the House of Commons and Westminster Cathedral which will require at least fifty years for completion A notable change in the English metropolis was e thousands of taxicabs which will soon be used to replace the jarveys and Jaunting cars in Ireland From E continenta thePalacenotellCathi I ttt AmericanArriving Eterntof the hopes of Father White and realizedTwoI c presslble pleasure of being received HolyFatherdeclared on uphimm will ntemorTheaskingtoran was most t uponthees enabling him to Impart the Papal I thePopemuch the appearance of the good Speaxtk sayss a ItrightIntactHe massInome his patron and had theI ofII of meeting Father Fen nessy formerly President of Sw nowProcurator 0thbean or Library combinedtheVatican roomsII I people and parish will ni aahersary e church with solemn ceremonies the blessing of statues of St Joseph the timparting hoursAtZ30hebeblethe sermon which will be follow by benediction and the blessing all present Catholics from all part ot the oUt will be welcomed by t- Pastor bo and coteragitttoa e t J- I 0 t BENEDICTION JOne of the Most Behutifu Rites of the Catholic Church Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament is one of the simplest rites o the Catholic church Tho priests enter and kneel down one of thorn MBlessedright In a monstrance of precious metal and sets It In a conspicuous place above the altar in tho midst of lights for all to see The people then begin to sing meanwhile the priest twice otters Incense to the King of Heaven before whom he is kneeling Then he takes the monstrance in his hands and turning to the people ho blesses them with the Most Holy in the form of a cross while the bell Is sounded to coil at tentlon to the toremony It is ou Lords solemn benediction of hiI people as when He lifted up his hands over theg children or when He blessed his chosen ones when Asrparent e Toro going to bed at night so once for twice a week the great Catholic family comes Before the Eternal Father after trio bustle and toll of themIm upon light of his countenance It is a full ac compllshment oil what the priest In yoked upon tho Israelites The Lord1 bless theo and ikeep thee the Lord show his taco to thee and have hPs thedo peace be a more touch Ing rite even in the judgment of those oho do not believe It How many a man not a Catholic is moves1 butbelievetake up the Fount of Mercy and the people bend low in adoration It fis naturaaY f SPLENDOK Will Mark Consecratlon of New York sGrand ttCathedral t lrC 1tal GIbbonse In the f I otarkIUvthehIstorYI more than two CardJnalsihayl been Padtd I 5 I most elaborate church structure fIn the United States The celebration will surpass In pomp and splendor any of the other great ceremonies CathedralIntheirandBishopsmost every order on this continent prieston consecratetheVALUABLE BROCHURE TruthSocietytranslationby fjarly1 Most Holy Eucharist and Human JosephChiaudanoJ Most of the Inexpensive publications justlytornonCatholicr This brochure however while sell1 J IIng at the usual price of five centsI trequirestreatmentdnl epeevalue jpublic Father Chlaudano has here thedoctrJneanllhaserfectharmony andtheNowadayst elite at State universities in Normal colleges etc and a far greater havebeenunconsciouslywith f philosophy and of physical science mentemperamentj which apart froma miracle of dlvl grace causes the nonCatholic to ne rdf theEucharisticthe Catholic to believe that he must thetaltiIgnorancerh and such pamphlets as the present should amongpersonsy carettudyu1 I1 treatlsewilltruth that In Christs Sacrament of Divine Love as explained by his church there is absolutely nothingJJ repugnant to human reason MISSIONS mt5slonarlesImissiontomorrochurch Floyd and Woodbine streets welcomeTheweek will be masses at 530 and 830 In the morning Instructions I and stations at 3 In the afternoon theevenlngfolIlowede diction at 730 oclock Father Ack upforwo ott eloquent Tdeeta sad the sancta ce aUUleI U UI JMACKIN Celebrates Seventeenth Anu- versary i In the Most Edily Mannerti embers Turn On tin Hundreds at Both Mass and Vespers Roc Father Seraphlns Words of Advice to Young Men rDAY OF MUCH REJOICING Last Sunday was tho seventeenth anniversary of Mackin Council Y M I and the occasion was mail e ono of much rejoicing not only for the members but their parents relal lives and friends What Diac t does Is always well done The ce n bratlon was both edifying and e JJoyable and will be a pleasant ory to the participants for all thefrIn years to come Founded by the revered Father Mackin with the then young Shelleys Raldys Ker bergs Dannons Andrlots Hub buchs Murphys Adams 1Vebe Klnsellas Cunlffs BlzotsJ Pflanz Higgins Gaspers Rob LiDurkeenucleus Mackin Council has grow until today It stands second to no other Catholic fraternal society i this section of the country With a membership of nearly 500 young 1men Mackin Council wields an 1In- calculable Influence for good the extends the entire Aiwa w beelltreasury and assistance have ever been for thpriseIs duo much of its success which Is crowned with the magnificent club bouse and grounds valued at over 20000 and entirely paid for ThisI tIs an exceptional record and one the members may well rejoice over Sunday morning the members assembled at the club house on Twen tyslxth street and thence proceeded In a body to St Cecilias church where all received holy communion at the high mass celebrated by the- Re Father Brady at 7 oclock The young men occupied the center aisle and In hf a a m9ntbe pas or ex lprosaeddh3spieciatlan of tli setforThe afternoon programme opened I with the solemn vespers at St Anthonys church at which Re Father Seraphln was the assisted by the Francscan fathers The big church was thronged to the doors and a feature that attracted much attention was he musical ipro direction 1 nlficent choir On all sides were words of praise for Mackin and the ItStarshandsomebannerThe celebration was brought to H happy close at the club house who e a reunion and reception had been ar aUnityi ofMackinwords welcomed those present and bade each to bo at home and share RevFatherStAntl1onysdelivered one of the most forceful MackinCouncilsspoke In high terms of the work theCatholicthen pointed out to his hearers tho course they should pursub which would bring credit to the church and themselvesHison his hearers and elicited frequent and hearty applause Others Introduced by President j PresidentRobertj ECkerPresidentJ CllnesCharles Mackinf ensCnstltuteeelTherAwaB an abundance of light re j weispersedor I which Kentucky Is noted But one sentiment prevailed and that was that Mackin Council might always enjoy Its present prosperity I LEAVES HIS CHURCH I I Because a majority of his restrythatI men did not approve of the drawing I Into the congregation of several thousand Italians living in the T arwith ish the Rev Dr J Lewis Parks preached his final sermon as rector of the Calvary Episcopal church at Fourth avenue and Twentyfirst street Now York City last Sunday v T t followheeely others will retire because of t antiChristian spirit of the vestry men SUCCUMBS SUDDENLY I JeffereI practicalfl church and one of the founders of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Catholic Knights of America In that city died suddenly Saturday morning of uraemia with which he wasI stricken on the Tuesday previous The news of its death was everyt where received with expressions oflprofound lorroW and the feellag that 1 l U elf the community had sustained a dJs tinct loss Besides his wife wh was Miss Anna Eagan ho Is survive- by ono daughter Miss Mary Flood and four sons Richard L Robert E William P and James A Flood Tbs mornlnib er John OConnell officiating at tim mass of requiem and was attends- by large numbers from each of the three Falls Cities ARBITRATION Trlbnual That Would Pre vent Further Labor Troubles As the best moans of ending strikes settling disputes between employers and employes and prevent ing lockouts the Commission on Congested Population appointed by Mayor Gaynor has suggested that Committee of Arbitration be seta llshed for Now York It is proposed to pattern the tribunal after the one which has been established fo two years In Canada and which known In that province as the InduaJI trial Disputes Investigation Com m ImThereI antoI thnascertained In New York City than all tho rest of the State The pro poial is to submit questions under discussion to the tribunal with the understanding that pending its in1 babeI Cisinvestlgsn on is regarded as of first i1m oI enlnrgo annfive In the tribunal The Mayor I pewsbut I I rotetm mending a representative one weal I chosen as a disinterested and Iim I partial member and the others either chosen by the Mayor or elected by I e three first appointed Experts I labor conditions Including prom I tshhaveo e I plan have indorsed It and members of the committee are confident tit will1 be given a thorough trial i iI I CHARITIES III t I Catholic National Confer J enCe laud 1iy PPes I J arent TaftY What is considered to be the nmoc successful convention of its kin over held under the auspices of the Catholic church in America came Vashngtotton ho efforts of the 300 delegates to the j first annual conference of Catholic charities and wished hem success IIn their nationwide movement Following I l the closing session of the conference the delegates went Ito I the oast room of tho White House and listened with interest to the I remarks of tho Presidenti lans for the establishment ot clt7LiU 3 for relief of the poor soI1In- various titles protection of youngII people and prevention of crimeIi i approveddt planthstudy In order to discover lotalinconditions In each city construct a I general mien of preventive work c operate with other agencies works along similar lines and will dove I a policy designed to meet tho prob 1 lems effectively I The conference decided further toII develop St Elizabeths Union which Is composed of Catholic womenslidefies and which was at a convention of the St Vincent du Paul Society at Richmond two years ago The Right Rev Monslg nor D J McMahon of New York City and the Rev Dr William Kirby of the Catholic University of I America were apponted a commltII too for this purpose S11TY N11TIIlaI Presented Fine Badges by I Regular Army I Officers I Col Louis D Conley ot the famous Irish Sixtyninth Regiment of I New York has Just received a very IIiII who had been assigned to watch the war maneuvres at Pine Camp JetItJ tlgIingl prominent part The report states the discipline of the men and their general conduct during the ten days they had been out cmnplng the regular army was c cellent and the report further goes on to compliment tho officers and men of the Sixtyninth on the knowledge they displayed of a real myfficers I sented to each member of the Sixty heninth a souvenir badge to be worn on tale right breast of their uniform coats IEUCJIlE LOTTO SUPPER r erThe ladles of St Leos church Highland Park will given an cyst supper euchre and lotto on Wednesday afternoon and evnlng October 12 This affair was originally scheduled for throe weeks ago but j on account of a severe storm which made the roads and walks impuMI 1 hIe it was postponed A J 1walkJust beta completed and the ladlesII are endeavoring to raise funds te l y for the iajprovementf o u r KINGSd l County Was Formerly Land ot timedOFInnagans Once a Part ot Minister But Is Now Included in J clnsterII The Home ol Glonniacnoise and the Celebrated SevenIe Churches a LAKESbrKings county is included in the Province of Lcinster It is bounded on the north by Meath and West on the east by Klldare on south by Queens county and on e west by Oalway and Tlpperary lngsls the old territory of ElytiOCarroll the Inheritance of the OCarrolls In part Tie whole terri tory included In the county was onto counted part of Munster A part of theInch Farga and was held by the The old district of Flroall Included the present baronies of Egllsh Ballybay and Ballycowan It was the territory of the OMolIoys ancientIthe county were originally held by OCaharneysd woredreign of Philip and Mary and re celved their respective names In honor of tho King and Queen The county is irregular and broken in shape Its greatest length from tho Ollatrim river near to the boundary near Edenderry is fiftytwo miles and the breadth from Clonmacnolso nearitheImountand there are many bogs sad morasses IIns J BillyTJiQItsboundaryyolhr7mDunow 1t Jt it rnnronna h r theadthoITullamare the Boom the Camcor the Figiie and the Slate rivers are a theIbeI sides there are many lakes among them Lough Doors Lough Coura Lough Ahaghmore Pallas Lough i and Lough Fin Tullamoro Is the assize town and ItIPhilIIpstown Birr Edenderry Clara Frankford Shlnrone Manegalll and Portallngton are all thriving little towns On a high bank over the Shannon wino miles below Athlone is Clon one of the greatest of all e ancient religious establishments Ireland It was founded by St innwasPadopted as the burial ground of tho Ings of Ireland belonging to the southern Hy Nelll race and num berless Kings and chiefs retired to It to spend their old ego in medita dayItfrequently visited cemetery In Ire land It contains the ruins of many churches popularly called the Seven Churches two round towers old crosses and many ancient tombs Among the show 1places In Kings county is Birr Castle one of the Interesting edifices In Ire nd Birr takes its name front byStfought therein the third century be tween Cormac son of Con of the Hundred Battles and the people of Munster Dlrr Castle was hanged KingHenryold owners the OCarrolls defend it that it frequently alternated be tween Irish and English masters It countyluntll ParsonaIlaw Ireton took it in 1650 It was again besieged by the Jacobites in 1G8890 theEarltholargelltworldx FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours prayer wlllcom latStAgnesthoPasslonlstconcludeTuesdaypresslve devotions will be largely ate bythorder They will begin at the high mass orRECOVERS PROM ILLNESS SLeosrecovered from an illness that for A week caused his friends and parish FatherFitzgeraldtopertormbls gladtowill officiate at all the services tomorrow tfiI 0rt J- i rityA v I Iyti f I S1 0- r fiA i J1I II- a 8a tr rY IRISH AM13XRIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH fiMERlOfift ricvefed to the Swlal sad Merl AdvrMcemeeat elrickMterkHs and Catlwlks Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernian Young Men a institute and Catholic Knights of America K ENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING QOlucerported Publl here acfUBSCRIPTIONBnUred tae th UuUvlIU PortoHIc M aeondCtns fatter 11tees all Cishere1tatieas te tfce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreta St 1910LOUISVILLEIJIGOTRVS BANNER During the inglorious career of the American Protective Association a secret corrupt political society Its r organ In this neighborhood was a mendacious malicious newspaper t miscalled Freedoms Banner It lerVed up weekly In bad grammar and wretched taste Innumerable lies misquotations forgeries and slanders Intended to Influence the minds of Ignorant weak men and women against their Catholic neighbors and friends It was useless for any sensible person or conscientious editor to answer the absurd arguments or to refute the c= falsehoods of such an irresponsible newspaper While the A P A movement was at Its height this miserable publication found enough dupes to keep up its expenses ud pay its publishers a little money but when the bad character and sinister purposes of the leaders of that oathbound darklantern or- t ganization became well known It quickly perished and with It Into the ash beap went Bigotrys Banner For more than twelve years It has t not appeared to offend the sight and the conscience of sensible people a But now men like the Inglorious A P A leaders of 1894 and 1895 are trying for political purposes to revive this Indecent newspaper and to stir up again baneful n antipathies and to degrade the Christian religion and to mtsrepres sent and prejudice the cause of religious freedom The first number of the new series Is as bad as the worst of the old series It Is unfit for circulation through the mall We n ItsnN appearance a malignant splrlt tiere again and a corrupt purpose on the part of scheming politicians to use and abuse religious feelings and prejudices for their dwn selfish advantageSuch newspaper is a nuisance to- T J sincere fairminded Protestants as well as to Catholics It begets dis trust and anger where there ought to be sweet charity and confidence among true Christians and good neighbors It deserves and finally will excite the execrations of both Catholics and nonCatholics but In the meantime much harm will have been done merely to help a few politicians and professional agi tators The new organization especially designed to take the place of the A P A is called Uncle Sams Boys It may fool some simple noncst people and help a few politicians for a time but Its unAmerican and foolish alms and Ignorant dupes must soon bring It into disrepute Such plagues like some locusts come at every period of fifteen or twenty years to annoy good citizens but the common sense and liberal feelings of Americans of every faith finally prevail over Ignorance and bigotry FORTY YEARS The Now York Irish World of which Patrick Ford Is the able and fearless editor will this month celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Its founding by issuing a mammoth special number Printed with colored covers and numerous pictorial Illustrations It will contain many Interesting and attractive features contributions and letters from prominent Irishmen on both sides of the Atlantic and a sectlea devoted to the Irish party with letters from each and portraits from latest photos Patrick Ford and his great paper have never faltered but have always been steadfast and true and in extending Its congratulations the Kentucky Irish American wishes them another forty years of health wealth and prosperity FOR COLUMBUS DAY Columbus day October 12 has ben made a legal holiday in a large number of States and will be observed In a manner fitting the occasion In many cities all civic prganizatlons will be Invited to participate In a public demonstra tion If possible the school children will be In the parade While It is the Idea to make the occasion one In which all sects and denominations eft assist Catholics should remember that the day Is theirs In an especially Important sense To honor Columbus Is to honor our holy religion and Mother Church As a rnfM1rlet aId recently tbft public oVrvance of the day on the part of OaliwMc is an apostbUtb to oiir bi tfveofa tffereat faith FortQatlolletlt aid hettttoiifaride a I J fJ n- t In a public manner on this day will I lie doing more good than If we preached a hundred sermons Such a demonstration as a proper parade Is eloquent of our faith our love of country and our citizenship APPEALS TO PASSION The Evening Post Isolated and alone In a number of its recent Issues prints in big typo an appeal that would lead to riot Malting false charges against all not agreeing with It politically it declares Every effort will be used to prevent a full registration One part of the scheme is to tcrriorlzo the negroes and by the free use of the bludgeon and the revolver to keep the negroes away front the registra tion booths Let every white citizen advise with the negroes he knows concerning their rights See that he I Is countenanced and protected by some white man If he wants to register For the Post there Is doubtless a certain smug satisfaction to be obtained from rolling out such sonorous sentences but If the writer were compelled however to give some specific proof of his habitual accusations we wonder what sort of a figure he would make Every man will have equall chance to register and the reflections on the police ar without reason and uncalled for Th Post appears to have lost Its reason APOLOGY The Kentucky Irish American failed to receive its special report o the great United Irish League con vention at Buffalo in time for this Issue which we exceedingly regret The convention however was all that was hoped for and successful iIn every way Next week the official report will be printed Though not a theologian we ar surprised that Dr Edward L Powell pastor of the First Christian church should declare that the name of God does not appear In the Book of Esther Dr Powell is either ver forgetful or his Bible study has been sadly neglected Before again publicly reverting to that good book Dr Powell should read up at least the Book of Esther Rev M P Hunt Louisvilles A P A haranguer has been called to Fort Collins Col Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to the good people of Colorado In their mis fortune Wo suggest that It would be appropriate for Uncle Sams Boys to parade to the depot on Dr Hunts departure Referring to insurgency some Republicans say Its all in the house The furniture in being moved from one room to another may make a little rumbling To the man up a tree it looks as though most of the furniture were being pitched out of the window Those patriotic Americans who call themselves Uncle Sams Boys are not recorded among those whoever went to the front when their country needed defenders They scooted to the Wet Woods vicinity where they remained until military service was not needed Bryan will stand for no man who does not stand for Bryans principles which appear Indefinite and uncertain The opinion grows that William has gone wrong but not until his pockes were well filled Democracy can spare him The Republican party Is Indeed In bard straits New York Is certain to return to the Democratic fold Ohio and Indiana will do likewise and that means victory In the next Presidential election Dont fall to register next Tugs day or Wednesday This Is the duty of every good citizen BELOVED LADY DEAD The funeral of Mrs Nora Finley rook place from the residence of her daughter Mrs Thomas J McFar land of 620 Fulton street Thursday morning at 83Q oclock and from St Michaels church at 9 oclock with a requiem mass celebrated by Rev Father OConnor who also paid many tributes to the deceased In a short sermon Mrs Finley was a native of Ireland but his lived in Louisville nearly all her lifo and had mournherdaughters Mrs John Robinson Mrs T J McFarJand Mrs William Thompson aid Nora Fteleyaad one ThompsonaHdHeyrarkN n q- c J r i 7 iiii iETVj Misses Margaret and Katie Cahill have returned from the East Patrick J Welsh has returned from a hunting trip In tao Fisher vllle neighborhood Mr and Mrs Albert J Richards have been enjoying a weeks sojourn at West Baden Springs Mrs John Morltz of Clifton has been spending the week as the guest of friends in Cincinnati Mrs Mary Childress of Chicago IN HAPPY MARY NOLAN J MELLIOTT Is here for a ten days visit to he sister Mrs Rose Ansback Miss Nettie Gleason who has been ser uslY Ill Is now convalescent and able to receive her friends WilKaTn Eberle and bride who was Miss Theresa Schaefer have re turned from their honeymoon trip iIi Mrs Dan Reagan who was the guest of Mrs W Y Oanty has re BowlingeGreene I Mrs J A Hagan of Oakdalo re turned this wek from a visit to Mr and Mrs George Metz at Pewcc Valley t a pretty linen shower given Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Rita Reaney William ODonnell and wife re turned the first of the week to Frankfort after a short visit friends here ttII I Mrs Alice Clark has returned to a two weeks visit to friends and reds tlves In this city I I Mrs Stafford McKenna and Miss Margare McKenna of Fairfield visitingyI I Mrs Prank G Smith and daughter are home from Owensboro I where tEey spent the summer with relatives and friends I I Mrs C A Flnnegan of Dopoir N Y has been here for the past week I visiting her mother Mrs CharlesI Holstner in Portland Charles F Taylor and wife have returned home and the friends and relatives of the latter are rejoiced over her Improved health Sirs Darwin Johnsons numerousI relatives and friends are rejoicing over her recovering from an Illness of appendicitis at St Josephs In firmary Miss Margaret Roberts of Glass mere Pav has been making a wide circle of friends and acquaintances I while visiting her aunt Mrs Isaac Daley in Portland I Walter Cary Adams and bride who was bliss Mary E Eberenz are spending their honeymoon in Texas They will arrive home about October 15 and Yesido in South Louisville Miss Mamie Chlldress who has been appearing at the Walnut Street Theater this week is a former Louisville girl While hero she Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Rose Ans back Mrs D Haager and Mrs J Hreb have returned from a ten days vlsl thoOhioof receptions and card parties were given In their honor Miss Mary Holland of Rogers street has returned from a pleasant Valley theQueenherbrother CanneltonJefferson OhioExposItion herhomeotMUamiebnrgOhio PortlandforWell wereMissesPiperMartha sliceCurranward Rogers of Pennsylvania Jesse Andrew noenWIlliam BEAUTIFUL SERVICES Beautiful and Impressive services marked the anniversary celebration ot St Michaels churck last Sunday withrtpwers celebrated Mid veGpersthe church was erewd n- n ed ReV Father cleary the eloquentl rItrandful sermons and a large choir directed by Mrs Kate Newman rendered an excellent musical pro gramme MINISTERS Leave Episcopal Church and to Become Catho lic Priests Seven ministers of the Protestant Episcopal church have entered the Overbrook Seminary near Phila delphia for the purpose of studying PRINCIPALS ARRIAGEI IMISS STEPHEN afaftere Thirs was not generally known until last Saturday when tho Rev Dr William McGarvey former rector of St Elizabeths Protestant Episcopal church and one of the most popular ministers in Philadelphia left the Overbrook Seminary and went to Washington where he will finish his priesthood course at the Catholic University of America Dr McGar vey has been a student at Overbroo- for two years Six of the Episcopal ministers according to Mr McGar vey who have left their own chute and are studying at Overbrook are The Rev William L Haywood an Charles Bowles who formerly were associated with Dr McGarvey at St Elizabeths the Rev Edgar M Cowan formerly curate at St Marks the Rev William Hinckell one ot the most popular clergymen of Reading and the Rev EdwardI Hawkes and James Bournes who held responsible charges in Phila delphia APPOINTS FATHER KENNEDY IThe Louisville friends of Rev Father Emmet Kennedy who hasI been assistant priest at St Vin cents church In Mobile will be re apIs church at Bayou la Batre Ala The I parish Is not far front Mobile and iis a pleasant place for visitors Th appointment which is a very goo one came as a surprise to Father FatheIr 1 Glasses who are pleased over his- I success though loath to part with him HOPKINS THEATER With two bills at the Hopkins changes Tieing made Sunday and Thursday large and well pleased audiences have been the order at that theater For next week two exceed openIngs up to the highest standard The Hopkins performers are of the head line class and are giving the best vaudeville yet seen here KNIGHTS AXD LADIES thoCatholicAmerica composed of representative men and women of that order will euchreforTrinityCouevening of October 10 The large number of prizes that will be award ed should attract two large crowds MOTION PICTURES Doth the Casino and Orpheus riovlng picture houses will present excellent bills next weke The man latesaseenherearelhrnngedto the clean Instructive amusing TlieIllustratedare a good feature SIGHT IS SAVED The many New Albany friends and coffeedealerrejoicedt LasJulya vicious wasrearedfatalHethehorsesEUCHRE AND DANCE NewAlbany atMiaemterchor ofLouisvillespeclal affairI one I LIVE FOR GOOD J youaJ I Writeyour I mercy on the hearts of the thousands y qcomeln contact with year by I forgottenI will be aa legible on the hearts you Will leave behind M the stars on the brow ot the evening Good deeds 1 with Inu the stars of heaven u U JJ i 1 lf itfnT r SHOE SAYING It is easier to please the eye titan the foot Dont let your eyes make a bad bargain for your feet BUY WALKOVER SHOES WALKOVER BOOT SHOP MEN WOMEN AND BOYS HECENT DEATHS Joint Burke aged sixtyfive years died early Tuesday morning at his homo 1434 Beech street after an Illness of long duration He was well and favorably known and before his Illness was an active and respect ed member of tho Ancient Order of Hibernians His funeral was held Thursday morning from the Sacred Heart church with Rev Patrick Walsh as celebrant of the requiem mass Tho funeral of Mrs Bridget lUg gins the beloved wife of Patrick Higgins 815 Oldham street took place Monday morning from St Louis Bertraiids church with solemn mass of requiem Mrs Higgins was a most estimable woman devoted to her family and friends and gener ous and kind to the unfortunate Be sides her husband six children are loft to mourn her untimely death For the bereaved family there Is a widespread feeling of sympathy CONFIRMS CHILDREN I Tuesday was a happy day for tho Catholics of Taylorsvllle and vicinity being the ocasion of the first visit of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue The Bishop administered the sacra ment of holy communion and con firmed twenty hree boys and girls 1cthe largest class at All Saints for many years For a week preceding the Bishops visit the chil dren had the benefit of Instruction from the Rev Father Ambrose C P thedODonaghue NEW ALBANY Mrs Alice Sheehan of 40 Four teenth street New Albany has an nounced the engagement of her ac complished daughter Miss Lillian Marie Sheehan to Joseph M Heitz a cityTheomnized by the Rev Father Charles Curran at Holy Trinity church on Thanksgiving day The young couple are both popular and the wedding will be an event of much Interest In the younger society set BRANCHESIThe Deputies and Organization Knightsdtheir tour of the local branches and have already visited four with gratl tying results These visitations are being directed by Miss Mary Sheri dan former Supreme Treasurer throughoutthe AVENUE THEATER At the Avenue next week Beulah Poynter a young actressplaywright will present The Little Girl Ho Forgot a play she recently wrote Miss Poynter has been compared slightrIgurecorn silk hair constitute a combination of fascinations for patrons of the Avenue NEW DRY GOODS STORE C J Waldschmidt has opened a dry goods store at the southeast corner tff Hancock and Chestnut streets with a complete line of dry goods notions and mens furnish lings Everything is now and upto date and customers are sure to meet with courteous treatment In this new East End enterprise BREAK MORE RECORDS Con Walsh Matt McGrath and John J Flanagan the great Irish American athletes of New York broke three worlds records last throwingthostand Walsh the same weight for height and Flanagan the hammer turow PRINCESS BONNIE The Trinity Council Musical Club announces the coming production of Princess Bonnie a romantic comic opera of much merit for which a largo company will soon begin re hearsals Prof Leo A Schmitt will be the musical director and Phil production LIBRARY OPENING The committee arranging for the formal opening of the Knights of Columbus library on the evening of October 21 have prepared a pro gramme of raro excellence There will be talks on literary topics and with vocal and instrumental music of a high order a really enjoyable evening is anticipated BREAKS RECORD A record breaking attendance StiXavlersCollegeNever before has anything like theIpresent number ot new students preparalions other class had to be adrledIWILL STUDY LAW J Messrs Paul Doherty son of Dr SitanleyNlav department of the University of Michigan n- iiI f KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTINGll SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING DR J T Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered Both PhMts 2399 OFFICP AND FOPdE 711715 SEVRNTH STPJerI IRELAND Her Mission Has Been to In spire lit Civilize the World have Yon Glory For Every Country Except Their Own Time Not Far Distant Bofor- Restoration to Former Itank COMFORT RETURNING TO HOMES Thus far In its history the mission of Ireland recently wrote one of this countrys great editors has been to Inspire and civilize the rest of the world Living under severe oppression for many centuries Ireland ha sent her sons to almost every nation on the globe Exiles and wanderers in strtfiigo lands they have been foremost as military commanders as orators as poets and as statesmen Members of Irish families settled on the continent of Europe have com mandeS armies and won victories The Emerald Isle has Invaded Eng land with forces more effectual than armed soldiers and won honors tin fair intellectual fight with the mo who refused them common justic- at home The poet who touchedl nothing that he did not adorn was an Irishman Burke the only British statesman who ranks high as- a I philosopher migrated to EnglandL from the island which Englands agents had reduced to misery The greatest satirist who ever wrote In English was an Irishman As long as politicians are venal and foolish as long as churchmen aro bigoted and fanatical so loiTgTvlll the keen wit of Dean Swift amuse and In struct the intelligence of the world In the past the Irish have been the most Unselfish people on earth They have won glory for evry country except their own In our day this spirit is changing somewhat and the sons of the Green Isle while they confer as many benefits as the ever did upon other countries beginning to gain substantial ben fits for the home that none of them ever forgets Irish Industry is reviv ing Agriculture begins to bring comfort Into the homes of men who have known all too well the dire stress of want through the effect apolitical f tyranny Irish literature now wins credit for Dublin instead of London It is no longer neces sary for poets and satirists to mi grate from the island where thoy were born in Srd r to find publishers and readers Irish exports once more cut a figure In the commerce pf the British Isles Perhaps the time Is not far distant when Ireland will resume tho preemlnenco It held In the older world and the country of Irishmen will enjoy the same proud theythemselvesof the lands where they reside HENDEKSOX Mr and Mrs A J Wathen of Henderson have announced the en gagement of their daughter Miss Lucy Martha Wathen to William T Monarch one of the most prominent young men of Owensboro The wed lug will bo an event of October ANOTHER CONVERT Charles IT Wright former Chief of Police of Syracuse and known the country over as a most efficient officer was received into the church five children RETURNS THANKS Mre Charles JDesse and family t r 300 4 FOURTH AVE 11OppI I CHAWK agous heKentucky MRCRULEytS Thursday NIghtandAL H WILSON In His Latest Sbccess IMETZ IN IRELAND HOPKINS THEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures CENTSo1 continusTHE NEWMATINEES MATINEESSunday SundayTuesday TuesdayThursday ThursdaySaturday SaturdaytS AVENUE Starting Sunday Mat IRefurnished Oct 2AU i Ji60nla7GsCASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR 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Prices go to WM F MAYER a 419 W MARKET ST Jos Dougherty Everett tanning Dougherty tannins COAL COIn- corporated Pittsburg and Jellico Coal Now is the time to lay In your 1ryDoughertybest quality of Pitts burg and elllco Coal HOME PHONE 1783 GUMS 907a YARDS 15TH S MAGNOLIA 7TH S MAGNOliA All the tate and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us dire your boys aa edvcatlea that will prepare tlMffl for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE K1tClMltplMeauBcawlertgPMlwellET ni DkI a- r NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN Nineteen Days Racing Beginning 1 Leger Handicap and Ending MEETINGIRELAND SIX HIGH CLASS RAGES EACH DAY HIBERNIANS II I What They Have Been Dolr I the Put WeekGeneral- Nowa I Notes 1 Every county In Connecticut shows gains in membership Connecticut has 5484 members and 32000 in the several treas uriesCalifornia has appropriated 400 for Irish histories for parochial schoolsDivision 2 of Indianapolis last year made the greatest gain of any divis ion In Indiana Right Rev John T Carroll ilshop of Helena Mont Is now the National Chaplain Not yet two years old the baby division of Portland Maine has a membership of 300 Division 3 holds the first October meeting Monday night and a large attendance is looked for The Kentucky Irish American has discovered the identity of the ghost It was certainly a live one Massachusetts has 168 auxiliary divisions with 14000 members and assets aggregating over 71000 Division 10 of Chelsea Mass will have a series of educational talks after each meeting during the win ter The Hibernians of Dunkirk twill coopirato wlththe Knights of Columbus in the celebration of Columbus day Reports are that the number of Hibernians In line in the Columbus day parade at Boston will exceed all anticipations Pennsylvania had over 350 dele gates in attendance at the State convention James B Sheehan of Philadelphia was elected State PresidentThe of Springfield Mass aremaking preparations for aJ grand reception for Hon John E Redmond when ho visits that city next month The Illinois State convention voted 500 to James Tarpy of Chi cago one of the founders of the Ancient Order In that State who is totally blind Division 1 of Concord N H cele brated its fortieth anniversary with an excellent programme and recop tion for State Treasurer Crowley one of its members The election of County Board of ficers will next attract attention After the county convention there should be a big and widespread cam paign for new memberS About 300 delegates were in atJtendance at the Minnesota State convention last week at Farlbault A National President Regan and many others prominent In the order were visitorsEvery member of Division 2 should attend the meeting next Fri day night and hear President Con Ford relate his experiences at the Ashland convention Con has a good story to tell Wednesday night the Ladles Aux iliary will welcome the new State President Mrs Elizabeth Bennett and the representatives to the State convention who will submit complete reports of the iprocedlngs Division 1 meets Tuesday night when plans for the winter may be outlined President Walsh wants all the members present He arrived I hero Tuesday and will be expected Ashland to tell of the contract he made atII enItertalnmel1ttended by Bishop Fallon of London Ont and John Redmond and T P I the Irish The ofI1StI National President Regan waa honored last night by a grand re1 ception at St Paul attended by I Archbishop Ireland Gov Everhart United States Senators Clapp and Nelson Mayor Keller and Hiber nlans from all parts of Minnesota t 3 UIU3AKS PARENTS HEARTS I II The worst habit boys can fall into I Is that of loafing around on tho I streets at night It is then they east t their lot in slippery places when at any moment they are likely to fall I from grace All good and noble lesesons taught them by their mothers at home and the Sisters in the school room nro counteracted and nullified They learn nothing that is good but everything that is bad Fathers and mothers should realize that the boys of today are the men of to morrow The boys who spend their evenings in the sacred precinct of home with good literature for their companions are the future hope of I this nation they will fill our Cbn legislative halls andJudgmentsit in upon men and meas ures while the boys who run the streets will fill our penitentiaries almshouses and lunatic asylums Parents who are responsible for these broken laws of decency will have brokeir hearts and bowed heads In the awakening years that willI Inevitably follow I IS YOUR BIRTHDAY IN OCTOBER Persons born In October are ambi tious talented energetic anden thusiastic but somewhat oaroless and even reckless The men are at tracted by speculation and financial lake are fascinating to women but not always ifaltkful The women are store cautious though inclined to ex travagance and Incllue toward leas fo poetryThese o uC i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX 1DIVISION 1 Meets at Fails City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentThomas Walsh MurphyRecording P LawlcrII 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr Sergeant tA l1IsLouls Roller SentinelDavid Whelan 1DI- VISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market I President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett I Recording Secretary William T MeelianFinancial KeaneyIG07 I Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phyiSentinel William Nash- DIVISION I 3IMeets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan I Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J I UeTcns Financial SecretaryJohn G lIes sign 1710 BairdII SentInelThomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ens I I DIVISION 4jI Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth StreetI HennessyVice Financial SecretaryThos J LaI734 Oak SecretaryDIJI Recording Secretary John J WlnnTreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag hon i Outside SentinelMichael McDer i nott Y I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 I Meets Monday Evenings at Club I House 344 North Twentysixth jII President John T Kenney j I First Vice PresidentDr J A Casper Second Vice PresidentThomas- F BachmanRecording Secretary Robert Os I orne Corresponding Secretary William Link I Financial becretary Frank U I doms I Treasurer Dan Weber Marshal Joseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart i cultivate patience for they are gifted and need only to make proper use of their talents The October birth stone is the beryl or the opal Motto Be ever boldbut not too bold Tho lucky day Is Thursday LATEST IN STYLES The empire gown is coming back with a rush v More buttons appear but theyare generally small I Plain colored silks are much used simple tailored blouses iforHair line striped fabrics will be popular for tailored suits this fall Large muffs are predicted Soutache is not much seen in fall ashlonsWhite crepe collar and cuff sets are being much used for deepest mourning Pipings and handbags of black will bo used much this fall on col ored gowns A twist of rose pink tulle wound through the coiffure Is pretty for younger women Trimmings of beaded nets are galorebeaded Insertions edgings motifs large and small Sailors and turbans of felt trimmed with deftly draped scarfs Will be worn this autumn Crepe in the Paisley patterns U one of the most fascinating of tho materials for evening gowns LARGEST HOSPITAL Mlserlcorda Hospital in Rio do Janerio Brazil is the largest and finest on the American continent and perhaps the oldest In it are 1200 beds for the sick Catholic Sisters are in charge of it- CONVINCED I I never believed in advertising until now declared the sadfaced manAnd what has convinced you 7 I asked being a newspaper man and therefore Interested in the matter of advertising I saw what a rushing business the Sheriff did selling my stock of goods after advertising it only four times COTTAGE PDDDIXG Cream one cup of sugar with but ter the sire of a walnut Add two cupfulmilk with which two teaspeonf uls of bak ing powder have oefei sjfted Bake twtaty minutes fend wye at once with JBMlind ewpeteaed raapberrles 0- p n c 0 Record of the Most Important ot the Recent Eventa Culled From Exchanges Potatoes show a fair crop in many districts but not so good as last yearThe present mall car between Lls burn and DownpatrlcK Is to be replaced by a motor car The Mayor of Limerick has been notified that the next Celtic Con cltIRoss by the transfer of the Rev P DOylo to the Augustinian college at Rath Carnam Andrew Carnegie has undertaken to defray half the cost of a now organ for the Dominican church in LimerickMartin Klssane charged with shooting his sister at Toonagh near Ennis has been committed to an asylum as a dangerous lunatic At a recent meeting of the Navan District Council a resolution protest Ing against the introduction of soldiers into the Irish telegraph of fices was passed Fire did considerable damage to the grocery and provision establishment of Robert Sawyer at Auch nacloy County Tyrone but the loss was covered by Insurance The Mayo County Council has passed a resolution calling the at tention of the Government to the Ir reparable ruin and devastation caused by the recent floods and stormsNancy Kelly of Draperstown County Kerry has just passed away at the ago of 104 Close to where she resided lives an old man named Kelly 106 years old and still hale and hearty Notice has been given that eggs will be bought only by weight in the markets of Cavan Monaghan and Fermanagh Persons bringing stale eggs to market are to be handed over to the police News of the retirement of Head Constable Myles was received by the people of Dundalk with great regret He retires on pension and with the good wishes both of the men under him and the general public Mrs Brlens aged sixty years living near the town of Hells was found burned to death In her own house She lived alone and an epileptic fit is supposed to be the cause of her falling into the fire The death of Michael Daly at tllmainhamwood has occasioned deep and widespread regret in North Meath He was a member of the Cells Rural Council and one of the most popular and highly respected gentlemen In the county The profession and reception of Miss Annie FInegan in religion Sister Mary Patrick and four other young ladies took place in the rigidlne Convent at Tullow Sister Mary is the eldest daughter of Patrick Finegan of Oarrlckmacross Among the clergy at the consecra tion of the Most Rev Dr Finegan Bishop of Kilmore which took place with impressive ceremonial in tho Cathedral at Cavan were five American priests Rev P J Mc Glvney of Connecticut Rev James Fitzsimmons of New York Very Rev B Gaffney of Virginia Rev P J Byrne of St Louis and Rev Hugh Smith of Medtord Mass The death of Patrick McKenna at Derryclooney caused deep and wide spread regret and was a shock to his relatives and friends Notwithstand ing his eightyseven years ho Was a robust man and had been about his usual business up to a fortnight be fore his death The deceased gentle man took a prominent part in the politics of the county and was an uncompromising Nationalist Ho was a delegate from his native par ish to meet OConnell In the early forties at the monster meeting held In Carrlckmacross He was also very prominent In all the hitterday movementsIn fact any cause that made for the betterment of his coun try had his unstinted and whole hearted support PORTLAND VS GLEXWOOD The Portland baseball club and Its old rivals the Glenwoods meet tomorrow afternoon at Portland Park and the local boys will be given a severe trial of their prowess as Manager Vance of the Glenwood team has gathered in a bunch of professionals who have been playing away all summer and are anxious to theyhavochampionship between Portland Glenwood and Butchertown la not yet decided but Butchertowm is in HarryLallyl morrow from Glenwood and meet Butchertown the following Sunday GIRLS nOPE CHEST Every Gerriiatt girl has a hope chest This is 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Course with Business College features i High School Course preparation for Law Medicine Phar macy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Universities Gymnasium with Instructor JJNew Catalogue address JAQLOWICZ C Rt President St Mary Kentucky k + + + + 4 e uuuuu hhuuuuuuUu Try My New Blend Coffee AT THE NEW PRICE OF 2 1 12 Lbs For ESc Heres a Coffee thats thoroughly up to the Mulloy standard and that means perfection Mulloys Coffees and Teas are always fresh and pure JOHN M MULLOY ti tlotee Phone 1313 010 XV JVIArCKECX STRJffiBJT vyayii Pt t = r x oJ K x H I iJoIIII 11111111111i N Y N N 5 = f FRESH EVERY SUNRISE 1f B +j f i i + X i YJj x xf TIPTOP X Y- I 1C aR 1 Y X I BREAD ia X 0 i t I ITt A s- a d1 V l t u a Jr SAVE THE LABELSJ ooc xHorI 11H e + r WEWANTYOURWORK I i Were Prepared to Do It Promptly I II and in FirstClass Style I PRINTINGSt Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads I Circulars Dodgers Etc Dance and Wedding Invitations a SpeelaI IdltwasHOME PHONE 946 on KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN be ed and 819 vEST GREEN i STREETCc lONNNNNN410dN fON tN4+ NN0dN iN NNNN dBGEHEQi 215 WEST MARKET STREET SBLl TUB CELEBRATED NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR a The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation laThei Combines not a few but all features of rled practical value that are considered deslr iced desirable ia a Oat Range Ml EQUALitp1Wles r II- N fIj t o I FRANCHISE TALKS The Proposed Gas Rates The new franchise ordinai cs provide for a MAXIMUM rate for illuminating gas of100gross less a discount of five percent for payment within five business days or 95 CENTS net The present franchise of the Louisville Gas Company permits a maximum rate of 135 gross and 130 net but the company is actually charging 120 gross and 100 net Tints the new franchise will not only LOWER TIIE FRAN CHISE RATES 35 CENTS per 1000 cubic feet but it will also EFFECT AN IMMEDIATE RED UCTION OF 20 CENTS GROSS AND 5 CENTS NET FROM TILE EXISTING RATES + Thp same is true of fuel gas j The fuel gas rate fixed by the new franchise as the MAXIMUM price is 70 cents gross and COM cents net The Louisville Gas Company is permitted by its present char ter to charge as much for fuel gas as for the illuminating kind 135 gross and 130 net It ACTUALLY charges 80 cents gross and 75 cents net for fuel gas j The Kentucky Heating Company is permitted by its franchise to CHARGE WHATEVER PRICE IT SEES FIT FOR ITS PRODUCT It actually charges all the way from 44 CENTS for the first ONE HUNDRED FEET to 72 CENTS per thousand with a discount of 10 per cent for prompt payment Therefore the FUEL rates fixed by the proposed franchise like the ILLUMINATING rates not only RESTRICT the prices that MAY be legally charged but also ASSURE AN IMMEDIATE SAVING TO TIlE CONSUMERS OF BOTH EXISTING GAS COMPANIES Furthermore the rates so fixed according to the terms of the ordinances SHALL BE LOWERED WHEN THE COST OF MANUFACTURE IS REDUCED This provision will be explained in n later Talk rj r The granting of the pending franchises by reason of their ef fecting economies in management through the consolidation bf the companies will also enable the enlarged concern to extend its lines suet mains to those sections of the city which at present are without gas and electric service i The Gas and Electric Companies III IIIof Louisville 3t FRiENDS Throng Church toWitne the Nolan = McElliott Wedding One of the largest crowds ever seen at a local wedding was that which thronged the Sacred Heart church on Tuesday afternoon to wit ness the wedding ceremony of Miss Mary Nolan and Stephen J oIc Elliott Rev Father Patrick Nat united the popular couple and James OConnor and William Hanlon acted as ushers After the ceremony and reception ct 611e house Mr and Mrs McElllott left for an extended bredalai tour through the East going to t undertakers convention at Detroit from here and thence to Now York Buffalo Niagara Falls Toront Washington and other prlnclp points of Interst The best wishes legion of friends follow them into their wedded life TRINITY COUNCIL Arranging Series of Enter taincnets For rate Months Meeting of Trinity Council Y Mi on last Monday evening was wol attended David Garvey and Chr Warner who have been on the sick list were reported well and Robert I Denslnger and Paul Henry were reported Improving The committee which was appointed the previous give a euchre lotto and dancJ I tha A J Snyder and were elected Chairman an- ecretary 1 at the committee re spectively and further reported the t c arrangements were being made fob J giving same at the club house o jI Thursday November 17 E JjCooney reported that the Literary Committee had several prominentt I speakers on its list who would adI the council very shortly and addition thereto the committeeI preparing several other forms of entertainment which will be carried during the meetings in a short time A committee was also appoint for arranging a joint meeting to held at Trinity Hall with Mackin i Unity Councils The Musical I reported that its matters ArehearsalsA opera yvill begin shortly The Dance COtnmlt ee reported that the openingwo will be given in J Stlay October 6 DELIGHTFUL HECEITIOX Miss Irene Nlcoulln was hostess at delightful reception Tuesday even blofwere awarded Mrs George Pllaz graf Mioses Mary Ellen Cunlff Catherine McCue and Messrs Will m Link Albert Museelman and Reck The color scheme of pink and white was effectively car out In the mints and ices and covers were laid for the following ell Sydney Brown Catherine Fal a lahay Matilda Cunlff Anna Grimes Maryr Ellen Curnltf Flora Frey- thlymeMcCtteAaaa I Thempsoa d UIi Mary Nlcoulln Qatherine McCue Messrs Mlohae Kelly John Keller William NoonI1 ilhert Jlusselman RossMoeller WilliamLinli W j tam OambronTrhBmas Gllllgan ana Messrs and Mesdames George P graf William Dir Philip H Thompson and George F Dillon i KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else shwhere Milwaukee Knights have organized bowling league LeAt Kenosha Wls this week the first degree was conferred on class of sixty candidates Chartrand has accepted analinvitation Indianapolisr12 AIlmosaCothavel r clothes for the altar boys of the church there Denver Council has invited all civic organizations to participate in a public demonstration and parade on Columbus day The new council at Alamosa Co will Initiate its second class December There will be between flay and seventyfive candidates MIis11 third degree before a large class candidates from Racine and Kenosha j One of the largest initiations ev held in MetAphis will occur on Sun tore J givthe i wHltI high mass at Holy Trinity church a anelaborate banquet reception an at Memorial Hall In the evenin 1Hermanwill make the Columbus day celebra tlon in New i alightrulbrilliant oratory and vocal and 1In Btrnmental numbers tho entertain bo ment will include the best talent in of the Falls Cities DiUnlform f be oAmdrca blthoI andSirthosepaidMajorMcGinnCapttl Meehan and Joseph Herp were appointed and presented a memorialI at expressing the sense of lloss theI church wtalnedI aved families and entered upon the erRankMACAULEYS to Next to appear at Macauleys willI R- IheAl Wilson the rollicking German i aucCeaef the budget of entirely new songs Thei m engagement opens Thursday night la swat will coatinut fortller of thei Keek wast I o oQ D t rw noo QNQtI a r 4 Division 4A Oi H ReceIV- ing Many Appcam 1a1zUons Division f A O H met Monday evening at Bertrand Hall and heard reports from their delegates of the proceedings of the Ashland conven tlon talks beIng made by Presidentl John Hennessy Harry J Brady Thomas Lynch and Thomas Langan all of the changes in the constitution being explained They also told how the election of State officers passed off harmlessly The membership list was given another boost by the ap Borntrend Rellly son of Dave bilchne- Wolfe i John Gilmore and John Cav anaugh Martin Grogan was obll gated by President Hennessy The members of Division 4 are now striv ing to have a big class ready fol initiation within the next sixty days OPENS TODAY I Greatest Pall Race Meet Ing Ever Held HereInTomorrow the Louisville Racing mostofthis section of tho United States 22erHistoric Churchill Downs has now sixehorsesty j races for each day will present good fields to select from Todays teat handicapnentered the stars of the American thedthere will be o great struggle he South Louisville handicap for are ages is scheduled for Thursday III the Frank Fohr handicap also or all ages and one bf the most coveted prizes of the meeting will decided Saturday The officers the meeting will bo Charles F Grainger Matt J Wlnn Lyman and H C Applegate with F Price presiding in the Judges stand and Will Shelley as as sociate Clean and honest sport will assured and the attendance should the largest ever recorded MERITS APPROVAL Notwithstanding tho anniversary celebration the preceding day there was a largo attendance Monday night the meeting of Mackin Council presided over by Dr J A Casper displayed parliamentary ability the highest order A movement that merits approval and looks to the v of a monument to the late =Mackin was discussed at some length and was finally referred 4 a committee composed of Charles Robert T Burke and Thomas Baohmann who will report In the near future It was announced that memorial window for deceased embers would be here and placed the new St Cecilias church at the appointed time The other business only of routine nature f lr t 0 r3- Q I IIF YOU WATo enjoy the spening FALL SUITS AND OVERCO weve arranged to sell for 15 20 and 25 Most e glancedisplay forthanh CUNNING LEWIS Mens and Young Mens Clothes Shop JEFFERSOTBrotzge NONi IONNN6NNNN et oNNeNNONNNNIN NO For Your Furniture Wants- I i I WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best IJAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street o Ne4+ NieNNeNNNNNNNeNamiooeeoNNNi SCHOOL FOOTWEAR FOR BOYS AND GIRLS SchoolFootwearcity to select 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