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Digital page images are linked to the text file. roAMERIcAN UE XXVNO 15 LouISvILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS OR GOD I I Princes 01 Church at Consecration ot St Patricks Qathcdral One ol Most Notable Functions Ever Held in New York I i Crowning Achievement and Work ot Archbishop John I M Farleyi PICTURE OF GREAT SPLENDOR With impressive ceremonial St Patricks Cathedral the most mag nificent religious edifice in the country was formally consecrated Wednesday Never in the history of New York have so many Princes of the Catholic church Archbishops Bishops Monsigneurs and other dig nitaries gathered there to participate In any ceremony Fifty thousand devout spectators added to the grandeur of the occasion The on secratlon made os85b0A0tagainst ing of the debt the Cathedral which has stood since Its completion thirtyone years ago was the crowning achievement of the long careorof Archbishop John M FarleyWith the celebration of a Pontlflcial high mass by Cardinal Gibbons the consecralon ceremonies jr which began at daybreak 1brought to an impressive close In xae afternoon but the exercises continued through the evening and will not end until Sunday On can opied thrones within the sanctuary railing during the mass sat Cardinal Vannutolll the Papal Legate and Cardinal Logue Primate of all Ire land while about them were grouped Archbishops and Bishops from every diocese In the country among themI Dlomedo Falconip Papal delegate There were few witnesses to the I properIFarley before the city awakened First came the vehpra tIon of relics of the martyrs which were deposited Tuesday night In a repository of the Cathedral College This was followed by the march to the Cathedral where the solemn ceremonies of the consecration were carried out in detail In the great procession to the Cathedral where the solemn ceremonies of the men and boys participated including the appeared4hasublesl the M4rt in nubile before The purple robes of the Monsignors contrasting with the varying habits of the various orders made the picture one of remarkable splendor The clergy were enter tained In the Cathedral College and Pontiflcial vespers were celebrated by Monsignor Falconlo Thursday there as a solemn Pontifical mass In tho8athedral for the children of the city the responses being sung by 6000 pupils of the yarochlal schools On Friday the religious services concluded with Pontifical mass for the religious or ders of the diocese which number over 30000 followed by a reception to Cardinal Vannutelll and visiting prelates at the Catholic Club The history of St Patricks is virtually a history of the Roman Catholic church in the metropolis The Most Roy Dr John Hughes the first Archbishop of New York began the building of the Cathedral with out a cent declaring that he had faith in God and knew he could de pend upon his people Ho sent out In 1858 a circular to the wealthy Catholics of the archdiocese asking them to each contribute 1000 He obtained 103 responses two of the ujlOOO contributions being from non catholics who sent It because they irished to see in New York the finest cclcslastical edifice in America Vith the 103000 Archbishop ughes caused the cornerstone of ho new St Patricks to be laid The contract prce of the structure was 870000 although the total amount 1 expended upon It has been about 2500000 Material was cheap and wages were low In those days and the cost of construction does not therefore represent anything like the real value of the magnificent structure The Lady Chapel which was added a year or two ago is the finest building of its size in the United States and Is to be beautified still further It the groat plot of ground on which the Cathedral stands were acquired at present real estate values and the Cathedral were built now it is believed the total value of the property would not be far from 2000000 Archbishop Hughes died In 1864 and did not see the completion of the edifice to which be had given so much work and thought His successor Cardinal JJcSkJskoy carried on the work and m 1879 tbA Cathedral was finished Thepala1 ftho Archbishop was finished in 1890 and tho rectory on the opposite corner a year later HONORS IRISH ENVOYS The United Irish Societies of New York City gave a reception at Car negie Hall to John E Redmond TV r OConnor Joseph Devlin and Daniel Boyle Irish members of Parliament who are here to arouse Interest in the cause of home rule Michael E Corbley President of Irish League called the meeting orderand exJustice Morgan J- OBrW1i WM permanent Chairman IReMnedta were occupied b- Taembmt y M the Ancleat Order of Hi n u 1 u bernians the Irish Counties Athletic MensIeveningIby the New York Press Club On Tuesday they began speaking tours of the United States and Canada The visitors spoke feelingly of theirs cordial reception at Aho City Hall by Acting Mayor Mitchell who is a grandson of John Mitchell the Irish patriot CHARITIES National Catholic Confer ence Declares Its Purpose The constitution adopted by the National Conference of Catholic Charities held recently In Washing ton provides that all Catholics who have an active Interest in private or public charitable or correctional work are invited to enroll them selves as members of the conference Associations Institutions cities dio ceses may enroll representatives to represent any features of Catholic charity work No other tests of membership shall be applied and no membership fee charged the ex penses of the conference being met by voluntary contributions The ob ject of the National Conference of Catholic Charities shall be FirstTo bring about exchange of views among experienced Catholic men and women who are active In the work of charity SecondTo collec and publish Information concerning organization problems and results In Catholic chaltrThirdTo bring to expression aIgeneral policy toward distinctive modern questions in relief and prevention and towards methods and tendencies in them Fourth To encourage further In formation of a literature In which religious and social ideals of charity shall find dignified expression The next conference will be held in Washington D C at the Cath olic University during the last half of September 1912 BLESSING At St Philip Nerls For People Who Make Mission The mission that opened last Sunday at St Philip Nerls church and will close tomorrow night has been most successful there being an av erage attendance of 250 people at the morning masses at 530 oclockI The pastor Rev Oscar P Acker mann D CL is highly gratified over the results of this mission which brings into the true fold twelve converts Tomorrow morning at 730 there will be a solemn com munion for the children and atI1030 oclock will take place the high mass of thanksgiving at which both the Jesuit and Franciscan fathers will assist At the afternoon services at 3 oclock there will be a sermon by one of the missionary priests and in the evening begin ning at 730 the mission will be brought to a solemn close A largo choir will render a special musical programme which will precede the Papal blessing to be bestowed upon those who made the mission Then will follow the benediction with the entire congregation singing the To Deum This mission has awakened much Interest and will be productive of much good among those who heard the eloquent Jesuit mission aries THOUSANDS Receive Papal Blessing at Philadelphia Last Sunday Last Sunday at Philadelphia more than 100000 persons received the Papal blessing from Cardinal Vin cento Vannutelll Legate of Pope Plus X when he with other high dignitaries of the Rqman Catholic church attended the dedication of the first Greek Catholic Ruthenian Cathedral in this country and the laying of the cornerstone of the new edifice for St Patricks church The stoij which was cut from the rock onhich St Patrick preached In Ireland was laid by Cardinal Logue Primate of Ireland The congregations of six other churches including an African Roman Catholic church were vis byCardinalENJOYABLE RECEPTION Mrs Anna Boohr and Misses Mary and Margaret Rice of Sandy Lake Pa who have been visiting their 021Ohiogiven a farewell reception Tuesday evening Those present were Misses Anna Kate and Margaret Cowman Irene Gllhooley Margaret Kehoo Minnie Kehoo Ivy Uimmlck Mrs George Klmmlck and Mrs Patrick Kehoe Messrs James Mullen Arch Kehoe George Klmmlck C Dolan der James Kehoo E Meyers an Fred Koehler and P G King o Louisville Everybody presnt spen a most enjoyable evening and danc ing was Indulged in to a late hour Pleasing features were the solos lliiatos byJamesseated to a bounteous supper a tables beautifully decorated for theI occasion I 1 Y t- j oJ tJ VICTORY Is Assured For the Democratic Party at November Election Campaign Opened With Greatest Gathering Ever Seen Here Itcnuhllcans Arc Disheartened and Candidates Nay Soon Quit RESULTS OF THE REGISTRATION Upon all sides It Is conceded that the Democratic party in Louisville Is sure of success at the coming November election Monday night tho campaign was opened at Phoenix Hill Park and the outpouring of voters was the largest ever witnessed at a political gathering In this city or State From all sections of Louisville canto thb hosts who will sup port Hon Swagar Sherley and Judge Shackelford Miller demonstrating that the Republican opportunity was goneSo great was the crowd that many late comers could not even gain en trance to the park The large audi torium was packed to tho doors and It was necessary to arrange for four overflow meetings Judge Alex Hum phrey presided at tho meeting in the big hall and in a most forcible manner gave reasons why Messrs Sherley and Miller should be elected Upon the various platforms were many of Loulsvllles most representative men bankers lawyers doctors merchants manufacturers and work Ingmen who realize the ability and worth of the Democratic candidates and the urgent necessity for their electionWhen Congressman Sherley and Judge Miller were Introduced they were received with vociferous and long continued applause Each spoke at considerable length but were given the closet attention by the montser audience interrupted only by the loud chers that greeted their pointed utterances Both speakers refuted tho charges of their opponents who now find themselves confronted with the difficulty of finding any reason that would command confidence in their election Indeed It has been asserted that Messrs AIcGec and Blngbam the Republican and Mugwump candi dates have become so disheartened that they arc ready to quit the race on the slightest provocation The placing of a Democrat and Fusionist on the Republican ticket has so dis gutsed the best element of that party that they will take no further Interest In the contest At the four outside stands also there was unabated enthusiasm The speakers were Commonwealths At torney Joseph Huffaker Judge Frank Peak Hon Samuel Rob ertson Clem W Huggins exState Senator Newman Magistrate Frank Dacher Daniel Russell and others and on the various platforms were men who showed that the Demo cratic party was united as never before The Post and Herald were compelled to acknowledge tho meet Ing was beyond all expectation and magnificentDemocratic campaignisthe day of election Another forerunner of the Novem registration DespitethoHerald and their lily concealed at tempts to cause strife and contusion the registration passed off in a most orderly and satisfactory manner and the results are most assuring tfor Democratic success The total is agobuttheIndependents areblngments for their conduct The Repub worsefixCalehPowersmurderers of Jov Gobel is their standardbearer DANNY MAHER Danny Maher the IrishAmerican millionaire Jockey will retire from the English turf whore he has been riding for years at the close of the inIrelandwhen he finishes his career as a racing Jockey he will settle down among tho hills of Tipperary For sometime he has been looking quartersInthoroughbreds of tho owners who have so long and faithfully patronized him for his HeIsHo stables on the Curragh In County Klldare which were at one CrokerbutthroughheestablishmenfTippertPARSION PLAY RECEIPTS Tho Passion Play at Oborammer gau which has finished the greatest producetd I sale of seats alone These receiptsI represent about 150000 visitors by iJ tt n P far the largest percentage of whom were from the United States The English and French came next All profits from the sale of seats remain jn Oberammergau or the Immediate vicinity Only a pittance is divided among the players themselves Anton Lang for instance received something like 2500 for six months work The rest is devoted to communal purposes of an educa tional philanthropic and religious character The management an nounces that the play will positively be reproduced In 192- 0FATIIEII WHITE Conferred Papal Blessing On Hundreds Sunday Night Last Sunday the twentythird anniversary of St Frances of Rome church was a gala occasion for the good people of that yparlsh The newly enlarged church was com pletely filled all sections of the city being well represented The peo ple of the parish gladlyrelinquished their seats to accommodate the visit ors who were placed by Messrs Moritz Schwerle Kessack and Ober meter All were surprised with the grand electric display and the beauty of the new ablaze with lights flowers and Solemn foliage altarsWhliwere promptly at Rev Patrick Heart church as celebrant Rev Michael Melody as deacon and Rev Father Dachmann as subdeacon The ex cellent choir for which St Frances of Rome is noted directed by Miss Btflfl McDonald performed Its part In Its usual artistic manner After the Magnificat Father Walsh blessed the three beautiful statues of the messed Virgin St Joseph and St Ann As the strains of the Voni Creator died away Father Charles P Raffo ascended the lpulpit and de li orjd a splendid discourse on the Dignity of and the respect that is due the house of God The moment now arrived that was most anxiously sought and Father White the pastor came forth to Impart the Papal blessing In a short but Impressive talk Father White explained how he was the happy though unworthy bearer of this great privilege and then gave the blessing which all rejoiced to receive Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament then closed the exercises Present in the sanctuary were Father Brady of atCecUlasFather Sheridan of Holy Cross and Rev Dr Schuhmann olt5t Johns SU1tItUIYINtQ wlE1 D Mourn Death of Beloved Young Matron and Mother The death of Mrs Anna Hennossy wife of Daniel J Hennessy Thurs day morning at 730 oclock was a source of deep sorrow to the many friends and relatives of this beloved young matron Although ill for some time Mrs Hennessy suffered with patience and resignation waiting for the call of God to take her to his heavenly home She was a lifelong member of St Brlglds church and for years was a member of the choir She 1s survived by her husband Daniel J Hennessy and three chil dren John Robert and Ella her mother Mrs Mary Sullivan and two sisters Sister Mary Martha who is Superioress of St Thomas Orphans Home and Sister Thomas Marie who is located at Covlngton The funeral takes place from the family residence 1430 Hepburn avenue this morning at 830 oclock and from St Brlglds church at 9 oclock with tho Interment In St Louis cemetery May her soul rest in peace RETURNS TO IRELAND John Flanagan Americas great weight thrower will sail for Ireland today for a prolonged stay on the ould sod Cable advices Just re ceived by Flanagan have caused the change in his plans for tits falls events A relative ded recently leaving considerable property and Flanagan has been commissioned to manage the estate In all likelihood Flanagan during his athletic career lasting over fourteen years has won moro championship titles Including American CanadIan and Olympic than any other American BLUEGRASS WEDDINGS Cupid Is busy at Lexington where a number of notable October wed dingS will soon take place Mr and Mrs Albert Moran wave Just an nounced the engagement of their daughter Miss Lola Gorman Moran to Henry Saunders McGuire of Beattyvllle who is County Attorney of Lee county Another wedding of Interest will be that of Miss Frances Marie Dowllng tho accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs fowling and Dr Frank A EdwardII to be solemnized the latter part of the month BEREFT OF PARENT Wallace Dant of the Dant Distil mostrwidely known and highly respected men in Marion county was called to his eternal reword last Saturday afternoon following a short illness of Brights disease and typholdIfever at this home at Dant I died the preceding week of typhoid fever and another is ill of the disease The deceased was sameII nine years ot age and leaves a wife and ought children for whom there the most profound sympathy IsII many years the Dante have ofethe family being located ina number I of cities and counties J0 n- 1M it j INSPIRING AVas Welcome Extended the I Irish Envoys Lust Week j at Buffalo Pledged u1WiD20 to Help Free Old Laud From English Rule United Irish League at America Stands With Nationalist lclulerMI ARE NOW TOURING TilE COUNTRY The convention of the United Irish League of America hold last week at Buffalo has passed into his tory It will long be remembered as one of the most enthusiastic and in spiring ever held It brought to gether many representative men who have long been in the struggle for home rule for Ireland and who are Just as earnest today after many rebuffs as they ever were One hundred and fiftyone thou sand nine hundred and twenty dol lars was raised by pledge at the final meeting in the space of little more than an hour at one of the most enthusiastic sessions of the or ganization ever held in this country The league itself pledged the man hood of IrishAmerica to raise 150000 within a year as a token of confidence in the Irish leaders Not less Important in the estimation of the conventlpn was the successful stampede for Michael J Ryan of Philadelphia for National President which Induced that gentleman to re consider his determination not to servo another term as head of the organization Following are the officers for the ensuing year National PresidentMichael J Ryan of Philadelphia Vice PresidentsWilliam Temple Emmet New York Michael E Smith St Louis Charles F Cooke Chicago Patrick Martin Baltimore the Hon John Fitzpatrick New Or leans Hugh McCaffrey Philadel phia National SecretaryJohn H OCallaghan Boston National TreasurerT B Fitzpatrick Boston The convention proper opened at TuosdaymoriY1tgtlfully decorated In keeping with the significance of the occasiongreen bunting and Irish emblems being displayed everywhere while the Stars and Stripes gave added effect byDlshopcome to Buffalo by Henry W Kllleen and Justice Daniel J Kene tick who occupied the chair Na tional President Ryan introduced lion John E Redmond In Intro ducing the Irish leader President Ryan stated that the gavel in his hand had been loaned by T V broughtthecity to order in 1881 Mr Redmond In his brief ad dress recalled the first convention of the Land League which was held In Buffalo and raced the results growing from that meeting He told what reforms had bees ac complished what help had been wrought for the Irish tine peasantry saved education established and ag riculture and handicrafts fostered But I could sacrifice them all he addedrlf I could only establish the principle In Ireland of national self government All our energies from now on should be devoted to the seltgoernmentfor solutionOthers who addressed tIle conven JosephDevlinof Parliament Bishops Fallen and JRyanandCaptbythousandsloyaltoblstthoughtFollowIng adoptedTheafter carefpl consideration of thomany suVJects submitted to It has concluded that the very best form of supporttoathomeand Ws colleagues making up the inthecertain districtInwheo the Irish people have found now homes They recognize that resolutions merely as such amount to nothing unless supported by practical work and so that an example may be sot obiectlcssonwithIrelands ocI no formal resolutions excepting the pledge toJohn E Red mond leader of the Irish people and the pledgebound party hc haled a with matchless skill winning victories unparalleled by any man that has led our people the sum of manI dateIco organta IIn he specUl work to which the I hjj J 1 n United Ilsh League of America has devoted itself we welcome all such assistance from tho friends of Irish liberty and on behalf of this or ganization wo shall do everything in our power to foster and promote and encourage this glorious harmony and unification of Irelands friends in America CONTEST That Will Increase Mem bership of Mackln Council Mackin Council Y M I has in augurated anQther membership con test by which It Is hoped to bring the membership above the 500 mark before January 1 next The Idea was suggested at Monday nights meting by George J Lautz who was Chairman of the anniversary celebration and met with such favor that two teams were at once Organized This contest which will be a spirited one willrbe under the supervision of Chairman Lautz Leo Kinsella and C J Walker who will determine the prizes to be offered the teams and Individual members It is proposed to hold an initiation in each of the three remaining months of the year The meeting was presided over by President John Kenney who an nounced that two more applications for membership had been received and referred Secretary Will Link read a communication from the Chaplain of the Y M I at Spokane Wash requesting information as to the local laws and workings of Mackin Council expressing the opin ion that it would bo wise for the young men of his city to follow in the footsteps of Louisvilles most successful council Several mem bers were placed on the sick list but fortunately their illness promises to be of but short duratio- nFEDERATION Bishop ODonaghue Ex pected to Attend the Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Louisville Federation of Cath olic Societies will be held next Thursday night at the Catholic Womans Club and It Is predicted that the attendance will be the largest in Its history From Presi dent Anthony Sheridan it is learned ODonaghue andthlsence of every delegate Without any fuss or noise the Louisville Federation has been do Ing effective work for a number of years and this will perhaps be reviewed at the meeting next Thurs day night to which all former dele gates are Invited The business to be transacted will be interesting and besides there will be questions of vital importance for discussion Dur ing he summer months many dele gates have been lax in their attend ance but with the fall season hee it Is sincerely hoped by the officers that they will now attend regularly and report to their respective organi zations the work and recommenda tions of the Federation POUT OF CALL Prominent Irishmen Con fereWith Postmaster General A delegation of distinguished Irishmen waited upon Postmaster General Hitchcock Saturday to urge the dcslrabilty of making tho port of Queenstown a mail port of call for the Cunard steamers but the con ference was deferred until Monday For a year or two It has been urged that these vessels stop at Queens town to deliver matt from the United States so that mail might bo sent di rect to its destination in Ireland thus saving practically a full days time The delegation consisted of Lord Mayor Michael Doyle of Dub lin Town Clerk James II Campbell of Queenstown W A Lindsay mem ber ot the Chamber of Commerce ot Belfast Sir Edward Fitzgerald of Cork Sir James Long exHigh Sheriff and member of the Corpora tion of Limerick Charles OCallag han of the Municipal Council of Queenstown William Donegan Secretary of Harbor Board of Cork and M OM Loughrane Chairman of the Urban Council of Killarney ENTERTAINED BY COUNTESS Countess Leary gave a dinner at her New York residence on Thursday for Cardinal Vannutelll The other guests were Cardinal Gibbons Car dinal Logue of Ireland Monsignor Falconlo the Papal Delegate Arch bishop Farley and Prince Ferdinand do Croy CHOKER IS COMING Richard Croker is preparing for his annual visit to Palm Beach and will remain In Now York for sometime before preceding to Florida His medical advisers see no improvement in the kidney trouble that compels him to winter In a warm climate On the contrary they are of the opinion that it increases with the advance of ago It is rumored that Mr Croker is inclined to retire to Palm Beach for good and give up Ireland on account of the disappointments ho has met in racing and uag likely that he could flpd a purchaser for his estate at Glencalrn few Irish residents being sufficiently rich to maintain such a mamslon 4yy y GI GREAT T PRIEST Rev Dr Louis A Lambert lies Passed to Ills Eternal Reward Wnaa Loyal Chnrcluunn Gifted Editor and Devoted Patriot Served Through Civil WarnedS Popular With Grand Army 1 A CHAMPION OF CHRISTIANITY ReV Louis A Lambert D D who had been 111 for two years though it was only two months ago that ho ceased to perform his priestly died last week In Now the ago of seventyfive years dutiesIIbody was brought to Y where the funeral was was attended by Bishops and priests 1States1 ttfadmirationchurch and of every other anA Europehis jIoJI considered one of the most famous J 4honorsu during recent years was an Invita confernco ance and the mental effort of pre paring a paper to be read there Is iiTwoseriously ill and never compl6telY11 thatthetime and that his editorial work was i exacting be undertook this latest task with tho utmost determination and zeal He finished the paper and is it was read before the congress but JId5JathbedJ ftiprominentlyof Christianity against the attacks r of infldellsm His Notes on Inger powerful tl which has appeared In a generation refutgsthegreatInfideladherentsProtestant Catholic and has throughouttheLambert was active in other circles AmongGrandthe Chaplain who gave devoted serv RegimentJlllnois paigns In Missouri Kentucky Ten wor1l1fof11fult York Freemans Journal In adds Rk i tion to his Notes on Ingersoll ho was tho author of The Christian Father Thesaurus Biblicus and arbook attacking Christian Science all of which served to discover a bril liant mind and a scholarly and rig orous literary style His works aro generally conceded to be among thet polemicliterature d Born In Charlerol Pa on April 13 1835 Dr Lambert was educated at St Vincents College Pennsyl vania and at the Arehdlocesan Sem inary of St Louis Carondolet Mo He was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Juncker at Alton 111 ina 1 1859 and first saw service as a Catholic priest when he became as sistant to Rev Father Welc at Cairo 111 He was afterward recalled to the Cathedral there whence he was sent to Shawneetown 111 There were no railroads at the time of Dr Lamberts removal to Shawneetown and he was forced to make the Journey from Mississippi to the Wabash river on horseback At that time the several small parishes or missions in his district were widely separated and during his stay there his only means of travel was I the horse that carried him from one place to another where sometimes he preached In court houses some times etan in Protestant churches and sometimes in the open air In 1861 at the opening of the civil war Father Lambert enlisted be coming Chaplain of the Eighteenth Regiment Illinois Volunters with the rank of Captain of cavalry un der Col Lawler He served with his regiment through campaigns in Missouri Kentucky Tennessee and Mississippi and after the battle of Shilo resigned his commission to be come pastor at Cairo In 1863 Dr Lambert was a member of the Grand Army and each year he entertained the members of Myron Adams Post at his home In Scotts vllle Tyro years ago ho attended the reunion of his old regiment in Vii ndls when the veterans came to I gethec on the very field in which they were mustered In 1861t CATHEDRAL MEMORIAL Archbishop Farley last week is I SunI I ofiday of the consecration of St Pat ricks Cathedral which occurred on Wednesday The Archbishop also requested every pastor to decorate the exterior of his church and school I decorate f i I f 1 L KENTUOKY I 8H AM JijO X8 KENTUCKY 1RP flMERIGflHOe- vefe4 r I te the Seelall aid Nerd Ady ttteereitel t t l bleb AlHrkUlAII Cttlwilcf Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mtni Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher s SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Holred t nle LoBlnllle PototHc H SecoadCI fUtUr f i AtdrMi all CoMBBileittou ttf the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Oreea StL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1910 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES r IISWAGAR SHERLEY SHACKLEFORD MILLER For Appellate Judge c SIIKKLHV AXI MILL13K Congressman Swagar Shorley and Judge Shackelford Miller the nom inees of the Democratic party and to k be voted for at the aprpoachlng November election arc in the bea sense representative of the Intelli gent active sober minded conserva tive and successful cltlzenshln of Kentucky They are men to whom 9 their ifellowcttlzens In the grea Commonwealth of which they aro a- partt would readily turn for counsel to whom they would with Confidence Intrust the conduct of affairs do manding foresight sound Judgment ability and uprightness For theses reasons they have our support WHO THEY ARE For the Information of tji younger generation and those unacquainted with the leaders in th- r struggle In the British Parliament for home rule for Ireland and wn are now visiting the larger cities of this country it will not be amiss t tell who and what they are The fou envoys Hon John E Redmond Hon T P OConnor Hon Daniel Boyl and Hpn Joseph Devlin are repre sentatives of the Irish people in a wider sense than as being elected i representatives of Irishcon stituencies John Redmond Is not only the elected representative of Waterford City butshe Is the unanimously chosen leader of the h Irish party of which ninetenths of the elected representatives of Nationalist Ireland are members T P OConnor Is not only the elacted representative of an English Irish constituency but he is and has been for twentyfive years the chosen leader of the Irish National organization of Great Britain which has i been been called the Irish Garrison In England and which has done and continues to do splendid service for the Irish cause Daniel Boyle too is a veteran member of that Irish Garrison in England and a A lifelong practical worker in thee Irish National movement As for Joseph Devlin It may truthfully bet said that next to John Redmond and a John Dillon he Is the most popular man in the Irish party and as National Secretary of the United t Irish League he is in closer touch with the people than any man of the party i PRAISES IRISH WRITERS In a forceful article upon Irish Literature in English the Chicago i Tribune has high pralseMor Irish Writers Declaring that the Irish literary movement and writers were i confronted with danger during the last decade the Tribune believes that to have insisted upon Gaelic would have taken their work quite out of the current of world thought and feeling This would have been a great loss to that large literature which is called English and to the world that enjoys it a rapidly wldqnlng world And It would have proved a sacrifice and injury to the Irish themselves How unnecessary this sacrifice would have been is apparent nowthat the anger has been escaped and we have a literature In English which Is as genuinely and profoundly Irish as If It wefe written In Gaelic The vitality and adequacy of 4English as written by the Irish are proved by the work done bythe Irish JpbetsI and playwrights of today Bud these men have also proved their possession of the great qualities of universal appeals William Butler Yiata is easily the chief pf JnjEnglishI t 1- m t tion the limitations of his field the Intimate and highly civlllz character of his genius the critical Judgment of the future is no unlikely to place him high among English poets His contributions tour o poetry is In Importance out of all proportion to Its volume or It scope It Is something consummatei and therefore unmatchable and pricelessBesides Yeats though only now ovetr our horizon Is the playwright SyngeI If this young man had nothing but Tho Riders to th Sea it would have proved his exceptional genius This little play laid in a fishermans cottage on an Island off the west coast of Jrolan- fulfills ell the tests of a great work bf art It Is a little tragedy perfect wone derful human appeal If Aristotles aeIs to purge the soul through pity and anoy modern drama tills play so slight structuroi ourr common literature Is enough to metnorablee perhaps posterity will say 1im- mortal It also shows that the Celtic Imagination may flower perfectly ii i English and that the Irish genius has too much to give the world to bo confined within the walls of a language which however dear t the Irish people they hay relinquished voluntarily In obedience to tho uncontrollable tendency of their development GIVES RISE TO HOPE Cathollcus in hTls London letter to the Buffalo Catholic Union and Times refutes charges that give rls to hope and makes statements that should prove pleasant reading to Catholics The writer says the Kings graceful and sympathetl- reply to the telegraph despatched by Cardinal Vannutelll in the name of the Montreal congress has glen great satisfaction in London When His Majesty first ascended the throne rumor with her thousand tongues would have us believe that he and his Queen were narrow in their outlook and opposed to the Catholic church Several proofs t the contrary have been forthcoming since and King Georges thoughtful1 courtesy to the Catholic members of his entourage has already been marked It Is believed possible that King George will reestablishI diplomatic relations with the Hol Father by sending an Ambassador to the Vatican Such action wouldI make him the most popular ruler 1In Europe and would be a rebuke to France Spain and Italy where theI church Is being persecuted by thoseI who should be its defenders The Cardinalmakers of th i Associated Press are working again They have definitely flied November 21 for the expected consistory when Pope Plus will name a dozen Cardinals of whom ten will be Italians and two Frenchmen The same authority bas fixed definitely a number of consistories that were not held and we predict this on will ne like the others With Gen Thomas H Barry a the head of West Point Military Academy and Rear Admiral Edward B Barry commanding tho Pacific fleet we wonder how tho Louisville Uncle Sams Boys will feel Brooklyn Hibernians have ex pressed themselves for the Irish Parliamentary party pad Its lleaders The high waist line is wlthrus again i f iLL S C3IEfu I fArta Mr MIllS Jilnnle WellLisi hOme Sifter an enjoyable visit to Miss Eva Lutke meler John S Sheridan has returnedI from a weeks vlelt for rest end roc rcatlon at West Baden Mica Anna Donohue of Covington has been the guest of Mrs J H Burns during the past week Miss Margaret Conrad and Miss Mattlo McCloy have returned after spending a month at Hot Springs Ark Magistrate George W Berry an I wife nrrlved homo Monday from a pleasant sojourn at West t Baden Springs J Pink Cuneo and sisters Misse- Kate and Mary Gunoo sail for Liver pool today on the Celtic of the White Star Line Mrs Mary Quinn of East Eight- street I Now Albany has been spend ing the week with relatives at Lafayette Miss Kato Mackin of Lebanon tins been spending the week here as1 the guest of her cousins Misses1 Gussie and Catherine Blandford Misses Eleanor and Margaret Wathen who spent the summer 1 In Europe ihave been visiting their clster Mrs C E Cooney at Syra cause before returning to Louisville Mrs J H Welsh and daughter Katherine have returned from Owensboro where they spent the summer Mr and Mrs Welsh have resumed housekeeping at 2921 South Fifth street James B Kelly has returned fro a six weeks summer outing spent a Denver Pueblo Colorado Springs MrsedKelly and children who accompanied CuttY some Mrs Josephine Thompson of 101 South FJoyd street announces the engagement of her daughter lIsp- s I Anna Irene Thompson to Newton Edwyn Parrish The wedding w11 1 nko place Wednesday morning a C30 oclock with a nuptial mass at St Louis Bertrands church Boyd Chester and sister Difa Abble Chester are expected homo tlricxt week from an extended trip andedew Mexico They have been away for about two months and have vls tied and been entertained in all the principal cities of the great West eradi days with friends In St Louis The marriage of James Kean v and Miss Winifred Collins both widely known and popular In Cath solemnizedtowning In the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives After th ceremony there was a reception a tho home of the brides mother Mrs Winifred Collins at 218 Nineteenth street where the happy couple wore showered with congratulations Miss E A Botto and Mr S L Kane wore married Tuesday morning at the Cathedral The ceremony wan s performed by Father Rock Miss Botto Is the daughter of Mrs F Botto and the late Vincent Dotto of Boston this State The grog Is the son of Sapt Kane a promo inent stockman of Savannah Imme diately after the ceremony tho happy couple left on the steamer 1 Lucille Nowlanil for an extended trip through the South A pretty wedding will be solemn ized at St Anthonys church Tuesday afternoon at 330 oclock when Miss Amy Leo Steber will become tho bride of Frank J Dcuser The bride acoompllshedai daughter Steber and is a favorite among ho r wJdo circle of acquaintances Mr Deuser is one of tho best Inrboth business and social circles There will be a lard assemblage of friends to witness the ceremony andI tender congratulations USEFUL LIKE CLOSED Rodolthis Minton sixtynine years of age for many years a Supervisor under the Board of Public Works and one of the most widely knowniI residents of the East End died Mono day night at hIs home 1300 Eastl Washington street His wife died eight years ago Ho Is survived by night children They are Mrs J A Stlllenkamp of Covington Mrs Jacob Hartz of Evansville Ind Roger Minton of Salt Lake City Utah Thomas E Minton of St anYFlorence E Minton and Robert an Emmet Minton of this city Tho funeral took place from tho Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father OSulllvan officiating at ttmass of requiem LITTLE DOING Owing to the bad weather and littlee doing at the meeting of Division 1 Afteoner Into the division President Thomas Walsh submitted a detailed repdrto i the proceedings of the State canyon lion Notice was received from County President Welsh that the county convention would be held on October 23 There wore no mem trease ury Is on a steady Increase OPTIONtThe Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal church In the United States Rev Daniel Tuttle prohlbltloti meought petuate American principles State wide prohibition violates and local theref 1OcaloptionThe1 0 f l the fret that Missouri will tie Ifrom you ea a Statewide proaibli constitutional aMoexdmemt GHiJAT BAZAR to For the Benefit of Sisters of Mercy Promises Success What promises to bo the most tractive charity bazar given In th city for many years will be that f tho Sisters of Mercy at Ldederkranz- II Hall from October 18 to 21 The meeting at St Francis Hall la Monday night was largely attends- and the reports from the various committees wore most encouraging rapiddand on all sides an interest man fested that Is most gratfylng Tho ladles who will have charge of the promsI dining room have been very busy fort thblr patrons one rhea is ever served In the city There will bt six pretty booths ono of the most popular of which will be the doll FrhKnobbo and a number young lat associates There have been savor hundred dolls donated many which have been attired In gorgeo costumes Tore will be an endless array consisting of fat dolls lea dulls big and little in size and at prices ranging from twentyfive cents to 10 or more IARISiiT1f0MPSOX- Cupid again enters tho ranks of the Junior choir of St Louis Ber trands church claiming one of Its most attractive and popular bers Miss Anna Irene Thomas whose marriage to Newton Parish will be solemnized on Wednesday morning October 12 at 630 oclock Roy Father J R Clerk officiating Miss Agnes C McDonogh will pre side at the organ and Misses Sadie Dalyt1 Outages Gordon Daly Kennedy Sand and Fink will sing1 Millards Ave Verum and Cherublnls Venli Josu 7VISITS illS MOTHER Thomas Vernla President of the Consolidated Stone Company of Ohl cago spent the first of tho week vls MaryVernlatAlbany Mr Vernla who Is a native of New Albany recently was promoted to be President of the stones company with which he had long been connected in a subordinate capacity His company Is furnishing the stono for the now Kentucky and Indiana bridge now In course of construction COhUMBUS DAY EUCHRE For the benefit of St Ann church the young ladles of that par Ish will celebrate Columbus day with a euchre at Rencks Hall Seventh and Shipp The games will begin 3 oclock In tho afternoon and 8 1In 1tho evening the children being ad mltted free tram 5to 8 The price tof admission will be only twentyfive and wtfjl entitle the iholdor to the euchre or refreshments of which 1there will be an abundance VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES The Hopkins otters lovers ot vaudeville two most promising bills for next week An entire change of ThurAs lay and an amateur performance mwill be added to the Friday bi l 1 Large and well pleased audiences have been the rule thus far and the management shows its appreciation by providing amusement of a clean and high class Tho perform ances will open and close with motion pictures RECOVERING Mrs Katherine Murphy who w seriously Injured by the explosion of a railroad torpedo last week at h home 1216 Dumesnll street is mar ing progress toward recovery though still suffering much pain The ex onft Mrs Murphys right hand her brew was pierced bya piece of the torpedo metal and her face was badly asslstancoIreached her she was unconscious MACAULEYS MacaUleys offering for the first half of next Week will be Adelaide Thurston In her new comedy MI- i Ananias a play said to have an atmosphere of sweet simplicity and satrlcalltion that comes well recommended I will be the bill presented by a large and excellent company BEARING COMPLETION Ceciliads one e finest In the Louisville diocese Is being pushed rapidly toward comi maek every h ready for dedication on St Cecilia day the latter part of November which will be the greatest religious event over witnessed In the West End OYSTER SUPPER A most palatable oyster supper wdll be served next Wednesday after noon and evening by the ladles of St Leos church Highland Park at tho 1 euchre and lotto entertainment to be given for the improvement fund This affair promises to be most en joyable and being the first one of the kind this season there should be a large attendance CONVENT BURNED St Marys Convent at Jackson Tenn conducted by tho Dominican Sisters caught fire early Saturday morning and was almost wholly de stroyed The building was a framo structure valuofl at 5000 only par tially insured and the loss falls heavily on the Sisters The Sisters feel the inconvenience keenly as tit a school was in a flourishing condi tion and they had Just finished Lheit i arduous task of starting the now iI term in good order I Ji ouo U i rtII ttttI j Lt t STJBCRIBE FOR THE i I i i KENTUCKY AMERICAor Southwestd S v ls ONt DOLLAR PER YEAR Is N IIfI H H =i in Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Paper ks ds s + fIfi i f XISSO xx XSx x rOiIO nrW KXKKK X 015EXPOSE Kuocks Out Freedoms Banner OnlyonItound Synortosls oi Its PublishersI and Their Ills tory Quo Reason For IOltisville- Slow Increase In Population GAUGER AND PEDDLER COMBINE I The expose of tho shoot for the dupes and ignorant known as Freedoms Banner by the Kentuck Irish American in its last Issue seoms to have put a crimp in the Uncle Sams Boys organ as It failedI to show this week and it is rumoredI that the printing office proprietors who did the press work only toldI the socalled patriots and fanatics that he would have to see the color atof their money before printing an other Issue In order that the general public may know tho char actor of the publishers of the dis gusting sheet known as Freedoms Banner and which appeared without- a name for its editor or sponsor theI following facts are given The type for this sheet was set by the Louisville Linotype Company- of 312 West Green street of which company Harry M Glvan is manager GIvau Is a son of Timothy S Givan former editor of Freedoms Banner which existed about ton years ago 11and who is known as ono of the bit forest Catholic haters in Louisville in fact the word Catholic open honed in front of old Glvan Is likeI flaunting a red flag in the face ot- a bull The elder Givan Is an old G A R man and holds a position as gauger in the Internal Revenue office here and Tight now It can b I stated that It is a mystery to local Catholics why a man of that calibr- se I can remain In the Government eni ploy and devote his time to attackin religionkpro rata toward sustaining the Gov ernment It is said that the elder Given has received contribution- st from some of our leading Republican politicians toward malntdintng gutter sheet and some of the recape Republican officeholders who blam the Catholics for their defeat Old Givan In appearance Is a typical looking old soldier but has an extr long beard and resembles an adVer- tisement ifor St Jacobs oil Tho first edition of Freedom- sa Banner was 3000 copies and was de livered to Richard Hackett the oft clal organizer for Uncle Sams Boys who resides at 1370 Beech street in Parkland Hackett with a few of his dupes distributed tho papers among Undo Sams Boys some ot whom enjoyed the filthy reading while tho others were denied this privilege not being able to read Hackotta regular occupation is pic Lure peddler going from door to door selling crayon portraits done by his wife who enlarges them from small photographs This would sham to be rather tame work for Or ganlzer Hackett who prates about defending the American flag Prob ably he doesnt know we have a lo cal recruiting office where ho may enlist and got a chance to fight for his country alongside tne many Catholics Who are now in the reg ular army and who believe In worshipping God according to the dictates of their own conscience Freedoms Banner also states that mall can be addressed to them care of Station iiw tich Is located at Twentyeighth and Broadway whore It is secured by patriot Given who resides at 2714 Garland avenue Tho remark is made many times about giving Louisville a bad name and why the city doesnt progress faster in business and population and if any ono sure reason can be given It Is because the city Is Infested with this A P A pest which began with Bloody Monday in 1855 and which ions occurred at different periods driving many good people away from the town and its burden of law attackers of a mania religion under the disguise of our countrys defenders and who can never point to a single asknowledged A P A who shouldered a gun for his coup try In time of trouble while history I Is full of the brave Catholics who r the1ri a aI- a t c 1THE PRIESTii i A babe on the breast of its mother loveAndlilyCaressed A child at the knee of its mother Who is counting her decades of prayers chapletAnd A kneellngIAnd begging tho wonderful favor To walk whore the Crucified trod A studyWith pagessgrace A cleric with mortified features Studious humble and still In meaningIn A man at the foot of an altar A Christ at the foot of the Cross profitAnd tA Deified man on the mountains spreadYWith one ho is loosing tho dead I Irish Monthly KNIGHTS OF COLDMBIIS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where I Gov Wlllson and Senator Paynter iwill honor Newport Council withII their presence October 12 Chicago Knights were on retreat last week In preparation for their great landing day celebration Memphis Council has Issued a strong letter appealing to Catholic men to ally themselves with this great order nightTheby special arrangement next month at Charleston S C Instituted less thAn a year ago the council at ElIzabethtown has a membership of 110 The order Is making tine progress In Kentucky Believing the change will result in greater success Philadelphia chare reception and ball In November makeIfor the third ing nessee Tho Right Rev Bishop Matz has sent a letter to all tho priests In theysmakingthosuccesssopenedelast week with an informal recep theirfriendsoneaof the finest In Kentucky SMARTsA sprightly young matron hopped on a car at Eighth and Chestnut streets handed a halfdollar to theI conductor and hurried to a seat with out getlng the change Tho con ductor grinning broadly at the out come which he expected awaited de reechoSixthconductor and remarked old I get my change handedherThen the scone changed My good man Icily spoke theyoung woman I gave you a dollar Protestations en the part of the Helshellanother tourbit piece and handed it up with a sigh betsome ono catches mo before It costs mo so much money HOME FOR HER HEALTH The many friends of Miss Mar garet ODonnell of South Louisville hItSbeenaccount of 111 health Miss ODonnoll left some time ago to devote her life CharIty herfriendsspeedy restoration of her health EUCHRE AND PRIZES The Contral Committee ot the Catholic Knights and Ladles have perfected all arrangements for their euchre and reception Monday afternoon 1 and night at Phoenix lull and t Judged from tho number of tickets Ireportols01d Iit will be a monster beautiful prizes will afI Idlstrlbutedland a really enjoyable I all who attend 1 1 r q WJ J 0 We want Every man o- fYOU To see our 15 SUITS Pure wool hand tail ored solid colors and all the popular novelty patterns ALSO 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907a YARDS I5IH I MAGNOliA 7TH Ib MAGNOLIAA All the late and new Styles and Shape I pricesCallGive year Keys aa edacttloa that will pre pare tbeca for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Br rey teutsvtlU Ky Coa aly tMXavena Brntkers Clseln- etl i artMMtt O r r Q 6t1rs NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN Thirteen More Days Racing The Frank Fehr Handicap Today Maple Stakes Tuesday and Shawnee Stakes Thursday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 OCLOCK WIlY NOT I I Suggestion That League II For ConvertsBe Cs jI tabllshed The fact that Louisville has thou sands of Catholics and hundreds of converts and la still without a Con verts League has attracted the at tention of one of the most able and widely known priests of tho Passion followingttlholy AmericanDear EdItorThere Is a movement on foot In most of our clues to form Into a league converts to the one true tank The league In Wash- Ington D C Is extending arf Invi tation to all tho cities to make the Converts League a national one What about Louisville Have wo such a league If not why not or ganize one Converts often find themselves isolated from old ties and friendships after coming into the church A league such as suggested would bring them In touch with each other and also Introduce them to CatholicsThere much in the foregoing that is worthy the consideration of tho clergy and laity and the Kentucky Irish American opens Its col umns and will render all possible as sistance for tho establishment of such a league In Louisville LANDING DAY Celebration Will Be Con ducted by Knights of Columbus i Fifteen States have passed the Columbus day bills fathered by the Knights of Columbus and In all the cities of these fifteen States great preparations are now being made for the observance of the day when Christopher Columbus discovered America October 12 Louisville Council has arranged for a grand reception and banquet at which ad 2 drcBos wtll be made by some of the most noted speakers in this secUon of the country A notable celebration will take place at Boston where Columbus day will be observed for the first time in Massachusetts A parade of 60000 soldiers and civilians will be tho main event In many other cities there will be public celebrations and the day will be observed in some fitting manner wherever there is a council of the order SOCIAL CLUBS DANCE byMackintake place next Thursday night at tho club houso on Twentysixth street These dances are well con ducted and very enjoyable and provide a place for the younger people to spend the evening amid the safest environmentsII DOUBLE WEDDINGI I I A pretty double marriage I cereImony was performcl at St An thonys church in Jeffersonville on onWednesdaycontractInga rising young lawyer of Louisville andFrankand Miss Katherine M Herberich The brides are sisters and popular residents of Jeffersonvlllo WILL WIN FAME leavestomorrow andharpmarked progress Miss Blerach is a pupil of Prof Leber and the Pre Louisvillerrlends IsboundusebothMOTION PICTURES continuetolargeaudiencessorshlp only the very best films arerun In these houses which are the recognized leaders In this field of amusement The pictures for next week nInongthemCENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America meets HallEvery ent as all are Interested in the busi ness to be transacted PLIGHT FOR KERMIT InCorkvisiting Ireland had an unusual ex Queenstown roomIncotputtheQueensMEAT LOAF HamblrgerIt g eggsbeatenV pepperpinchsmall onions chopped lino Press Into pas sitter having mixed tkor l oughljr MMad OMhtlt ptJ1tor a I 11 Q- 1I 7r 0 i Y SOCIETYDIRECTORYA ImvSi 1 Meets at Fa ls City Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresIdentThomas Walsh Vice President William Murphy Recording Secretary Thomas P Lawler Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2129 Portland arenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr pSentinelDIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market PresIdentC J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T Meehan Financial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1607 Dumesnll street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phySentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J fevers Financial SecretaryJohn O lies sIon 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon ScrgeantatArms James P Stevens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street HennessyVice Financial SecretaryThos J Las an 734 West Oak SecretaryDJvRecordingpWinnTreasurer Harry Brady SergeantatAnns William Callag dOutsidenott Y uvr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 bHousePresident John T Kenney First Vice PresIdentDr J A Casper Second Vice PresidentThomas- F Bachman Recording Secretary Robert Os orne Corresponding Secretary William 4 Link Financial Secretary Frank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalJoseph Bartsch Inside SentinelA C Link Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart I I milk Into which you put two table spoonfuls of bacon fat throw ovorII top of loaf It will absorb all of the milk in baking Will serve fourteen people the cost of which Is less than thirty cents Bake two hours In slow oven SIMPLE FROZKX DESSERT Bury a can of peaches pears or any fruit in ice and salt as when freezing mousse and leave for three hours The can may then be opened and the contents removed in solid form the fruit frozen in its own JUlce Served with whipped cream a dash of Ice cream or by Itself this snakes a pretty delicious and un usual dessert BREAM BY POUND Bread by the pound became tho rule In Now York City last Saturday Commissioner Olomnt J Driscoll and hls seventeen Inspectors from the Bureau of Weights and Measures were scattered about the city to see that the old method of selling bread by the loaf had passed away LATEST IN STYLES Brocades and fine Velvets are the leaders among silks Many of the blouses for wear with stripedUnenOverdresses of sheer fabrics aro popular for afternoon and evening gowns Tho peasant stylo remains the separateblousesSmall buttons are used In great numbers for trimming both gowns and suits Face veils appear In much more open mesh than has been seen for many years The striped suits of the early fall are already yielding to the plain col ored fabrics Skirts promise to retain their narrowness whether for walking or dress modes Belts of patent leather are still much liked but the new ones are quite narrow The suede glove has not lost caste but thosmootti gloves are moro fash ionable than they kayo been for some time r Short sleeves long sleeves and threequarter sleeves aUsoomequally popular but all sleeves are somewhat fuller The sailor collar ill popular for misses tailor jnd eoatura e while some have wamll yokes with jabots or frifsef chiffon law or silk 1 n f MEETING SATISFIED Was Division 3 A O M With Reports Prom- Delegates Division 3 A O H held a well attended meeting Monday night with Vice President Martin Sheehan occupying the chair In the Jbsen e of President P T Sullivan Vice President Sheehan dispatched the business with an ease and grace that those present and Permitted early adjournment The Visiting Committee announced that Its work was completed not a member being nww on the sick list The delegates to the State convon Lion submitted complete reports of the work of that body which meets with approval on all sides They also told of their reception at Ashland paying high tribute to the cit izens of that city for their unbounded hospitality An Interesting and1 instructive feature of the meeting was the address of Attorney Law explainedthethe National and State constitutions His remarks were given close attention and drew from his hearers generous applause County President Patrick J Welsh notified the division that the county convention had been called for Sunday October 23 at Bertrand Hall when an election of officers to beheldFINE SPOUT Attracts Large Crowds to Races at Churchill e Downs The autumn meeting of the Louis Ille Racing Assoclaton opened aus last Saturday and the sport has attracted a large attendance daily despite the rains of Wednesday and Thursday Each there has been six races with filled fields and the finishes have ben close and exciting The races will continue for two more weeks with excellent cards for each Today the Frank Fehr handicap for all ages will be the feature event the other races will also be1 SecretaryLymancellent programme which Includes the Maple stakes for threeyear olds on Tuesday tho Shawnee stakes for thrccyearoias on Thursday and the Falls City handicap one of Ute coveted prizes of the meeting torISaturday With the best horses in the country hero the meeting should prove a groat success HEALTH FAILING Mrs John McGoven East Elm street New Albany whose health vasthasspend a month in hopes of an Improvement In her condition She Was accompanied by her daughter Manyfriendswill prove beneficial and that Mrs perfect FIVE NEW SCHOOLS The opening of five new parochial schools in the archdloces of Botson may be taken as a sign of progress In the direction of Catholic educa tion All these schools are in the midst of important centers of popur awakeningthat logIcal Imperative FJFTIVTWO ENTER SEMINARY Fiftytwo boys representing some of the ibest families of Louisiana have entered the Now Orleans dio studytorRICH IN SULPHUR Horseradish contains a higher percentage of sulphur than any other vegetable food spinach rank Ing next Pumpkin leads for phos phorus while radishes are rich in Iron FEATHER BISCUITS tablespoontulssalt one tablespoonful of lard one tablespoonful of butter and a cup of sweet milk Mix flour salt and bak ing powder rub in the lard anJ butter and moisten with the milk Cut about onehalf inch thick and bake in a quick oven twenty minutes They never fan COFFEE STAINS maybebybrushingbrush with lukewarm water and glycerinCRBAM CAKE One cupful sugar one cupful sour cream onehalf teaspoonful soda two cupfuls flour one teaspoonful 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linesthe course purpose of real worth for thepianooneIn selecting ato pursue Invest We are confident of having the largestmoney you lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal to the ownership of a piano terms of payment privileges you the day you make your selection by Investing a 8Inailamount of cash as first payment must convince even the most doubt- Ing Our one price policy ut our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and Is a point to lhe well considered when pur I chasing a piano We Invite Inspctlons and comparison MONTENEGRO = RIEUM MUSIC CO Incorporated J igaB9130 PCtII2 TH VENUE M VWWHH ounoP nnnn Always Fresh and Pure Mulloys Teas and Coffees Big favorites with everybody Try the- New fiend Coffee at 211 12 Lbs For 55c Youll like it JOHN M MULLOY gnome Phon ijaj 310 W MARJCI- STffyx0tt r I E 1 T i ox o os vwv ws vvvv w QQWQWffafQQ fif fWf Yo t FRESH EVERY SUNRISE ffH xxtt id TIPTOP t t i Alt z t ltL I BREAD iiiJ i x SAVE THE IALt+ +iiioo OOOOO y ooooxoooow01i 2 + MN00a1 +++ 4N0 Ott 4 + Ji i WEWANTYOURWORKWere i I 1 1Were 1and1 I PRINTINGCards Bill Heads Letter Heads t Circulars Dodgers Etc and Wedding Invitations it itDanc a Specialty HOME PHONE 946 i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 5310 WISST GKISDTC r t3TI2wzcr i N 1NNtN GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET BELT THK CKMJBRATHD NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features oi practical value that are considered desir ered desirable in a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high in the estimation of the utitlic It It It It It It It It It H1tIt tit iron WINES AL345 eSStreet CJIlAxPAOXII 7TQUOZS CIGAR II I 1titd tAU It t I M KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR tl Best Paper Published for the Price Send in Your Name J n U u =U r j FRANCHISE TALKS The New Electric Rates As was shown last week the proposed gas franchise ordinance will effect a reduction from the present franchise rates and will moreover bring about nn IMMEDIATE saving to the consumers bollnof fuel and illuminating gas by establishing as INITIAL rates prices lower than those nov actually being charged What is true of the gas ordinance is likewise true of the electric ordinance which establishes the initial base rates for lighting at NINE CENTS lint for power at FOUR CENTS The proposed electric franchise provides that these initial rates F never shall be raised butthatIunder certain conditions they must I bo lowered 4 i v The rates adopted in the franchise are these that appear in the franchise of the Kentucky Electric Company which serves only a I restricted territory The franchise 1 of the Louisville Lighting Company does not restrict the rates that may be charged Thus the new franchise will cxtefad to the ENTIRE city the lI franchise rates orIt company which at present serves only a PART of tho city- Except I in this limited competitive territory the prevailing base rates for light and power arc TEN and FIVE cents respectively Therefore the proposed franchise will reduce the tease rates to the greatt majority of Louisville consumers and place ALT eau sinners on a basis ol equality It will mean that hereafter one consumer will not enjoy an unfair advantage over another The Gas and Electric Companies of Louisville II IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol the Recent Evcnu Culled Prom Exchanges The Longford Guardians have re quested the removal ot the extra police stationed at Moydow The long dispute between the ten ants and the landlord on the New man estate at Agllsh County Kit kenny has been settled amicably Bishop Healy has appointed Rev Richard Canavan administrator for Vestport succeeding the Very Rev Canon McDonald promoted o New portThe reservoir at Fooganny pro moted by the Portadown and Ban bridge Joint Water Board Is now complete the undertaking having cost some 400000I There were three candidates for the position of Matron of Derry District Lunatic Asylum and the Com mittee of Management on a vote ap pointed Miss Margaret Caughoy Another link with the older generation of Cork citizens has been severed by the death of James John son proprietor of the well known carriage building premises at Emmet place At a public meeting of the people ot Dunnioro an address of welcome was presenter to the Very Rev Canon Macken by the local branch of the U I L on his taking pastoral charge of the parish Francis Gowan who for over four years was cashier in the Balllnrobo branch of the Bank of Ireland left for Drogheda on promotion Previous to his departure his friends in Baum robe presented him with a costly ring and pin- Valedictory references were made by the Magistrates and solicitors at Tlpperary Petty Sessions regarding Sergeant L Cahill who has retired from the force after a service of over thirty years twentyfive of which wero spent in the Tipperary district F W Crossley Secretary Irish tourist Development Association has accepted an Invitation of the Skibbereen Urban District Council to cooperate in developing tourist traffic In West Cork especially at such beauty spots as Lough Ine and Glandore Thirtythree men were returned for trial at Tuam in connection with cattledrive whenislxty head of rattle and 114 sheep the property of M J Quinn were driven ort a farm which the smaller tenants desire to have broken up The defendants ap peared voluntarily end wero admit ted to ball The death took place at the Presentation Convent Mooncofti County Kilkenny of Mother Bernard Dowling who passed away at the age of seventynine Deceased had been connected with the order In Mooncoin for almost halt a century was doply respected and her loss Is greatly deplored J In presence of a large attendance of citizens Including the Mayor and many members of the corporation and other public bodies the remains wore interred at tliy cemetery at achgd to St Marys Cathedral Lim arlck ot Mra Anne Halliday mother of William Halllday High Sheriff of the city Deceased lady had reached 4Y U o o r jL her eightyeighth year Much sympathy is extended to her relatives and In particular to her son who as High Sheriff has deservedly gained the esteem of his fellow citizens The lands of Annagh bordering upon tho picturesque Lake of Kll ronan have recently been sold by the Macdermot Roe to the Earl of Kingston this pUrohaso adding greatly to the beauty of tho CastleI Park and giving the Earl tho complete circle of the lake together with the small Islands thereon Very deep regret will be felt iinl Roscrea at the death ot John Houli ban a well known and respectedi resident Mr Houlihan leaves four sons occupying distinguished posi tions Rev M J Houlihan Kello dlernan Nenagh Rev Joseph Houli ban Carrlgaholt Dr James D Houlihan and Arthur C Houlihan A familiar and popular figure in Waterford has passed away in thet person of David Coghlan who for fourteen years past acted as Stationmaster at Watorford North station The deceased who was a native of Cahlr broke down in health twelve months ago and a few weeks ago ho was obliged to enter the Infirmary where his death took place BUSTER BROWN In the diminutive person of Mas ter Harold the tiny chap who ap pears next week at the Theater as Buster Brown AvenueI MARY JANE prletora of the popular musical play bearing that well known title have found a veritable treasure Ho is said to bo superior to all the midget actors that have over played the part Aside from his charming personality the little fellow really pOS- sesses a marvelous singing voice and his songs are delightful The new Buster and his big supporting company of decided merit promises to bo one of the Avenues most pleas Ing entertainments TO KEEP LEMONS foriweekJust i1 l U 5N D HIBERNIANS Whet Thor Have Been Dolr I the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes A splendid division is being or ganlzed at Jamestown N Y Denver Hibernians will be prom- Inent in the Columbus day parade IIn cityi Hibernians honored the late Father Larkin in a momorir presented at their last meeting Minnesota has now eightytwo dl visions of the order six having beGn organized during the past term Bishop Fallon of London Ont was the honor guest at an cntertalil meat given last week by Division 3 of Buffalo After having paid over 16000 for death claims the Insurance branch in Minnesota has a rcsorr fund of 60000 The county convention Just held at Keeno N Hi did much good work and will further efforts to stop losses by suspension Every member of the Count Board should now so arrange his time that he can attend the count convention on October 23 The Hibernians of Dunkirk wil ask the New York Legislature to pass a law making it a mlsdemeanoi for criminals to assume Celtic names At Oas City Md last Sunday the Hibernians took prominent part it the dedication of Father Charles McCabes now Church of the Holt FamilyThe division at Dunkirk N Y admitted fifty new members during the past year and the others in that vicinity are reported in prosperous conditionThe team of Division 9 of St Paul will continue as a social organization and expects to make a big success of its affairs during tho winter months Division 4 meets Monday night at Berrand Hall President Honnessy looks for a big attendance and will have a hearty welcome for visitors from other divisions Hereafter insurance members can obtain a 2000 policy in Minnesota The Ladles Auxiliary of Minne sota shows a not gain of 700 mem bers during the last two years The Ladles Auxiliary at Kokomo id initiated a large class followed by a public reception and an exhibi tion drill by tho Indianapolis dergree team led by Mrs Jpnnie Foley The Minnesota State convention decided to contribute to the St Thomas College endowment fund and to establish a scholarship in the Catholic University Thats tho way to support Catholic education Members of the order in pavless county made a very creditable and Impressive showing in the borne coming parade last week at Wash ington Ind A float seven feet wide and fourten foot long drawn by four beautiful dapple gray horses all decorated In green and white was their representation In the center of the float platform and surrounded by twelve young ladies of tho aux iliary was placed the Irish harp with appropriate decorations The ladles were neatly attired in white dresses with green sashes 1 The SixtyFourth Anniversary Sale Continue Our opening day thousands upon thousands of Lo ville men and women thronged this great store from t to bottom and bought most liberally of the splendidmer chandise which was offered Friday Profit Sharing Day and Saturday Readyto Wepr Day will rival in magnitude of selection and in lowness of prices the splendid values Wednesday We strongly advise your coming while stocks are yet com plete Reductions throughout the departments are such as to warrant the buying for future needs advisable You can purchase your Fall Suit jour Fall Hat your Fall and Winter Undewear Stockings Shoe etc at prices which are far below regula- rSTEWART DRY GOODS CO Incorporated M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREEIY ft CII NEW YOftX For Your Furniture Wantsi l I I WANT YOUR TRADE s r My stocks are the largest my prices lowest and my terms the b- estIJAMES iithe GREENE I If 425 427 and 429 East Market Street Tooeeori oeoa+ + + + SCHOOL FOOTWEAR FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Bring your children to us for their School Footwear The most complete stock in the city to select from All the latest styles and makes and at prices that will surprise you Mens and Womens Footwear in Great Variety VOLZ c MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET STREET ALFOF YOURTROUBLE GONE When You Use DIAMOND WALL PLASTER in Your Building MANUPACTCRBD BYrKENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated First and River Both Phones SS87 Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Louisville Kv Jetrereonville Ind Phone 655 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA 1 WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PUR- Er McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky r DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC 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