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Digital page images are linked to the text file. + J ri f r JENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN CENTStnTCOLUMBUS t F Clitirm null Dignity Nitric Firstt Colcbrntion ot Landing Dny ItnightsolColiiinbiiHltcciiOnMi House and Bnnqucta Members Jtev Henry S Spalding ST Delivers a Powerful Address STATES THE CATHOLIC POSITION The Knights of Columbus of thf city celebrated Columbus day In a 1mostRentversaryY since IU was declared a legal holiday One of the objects of the order be Ing to spread the name and fame t the great discoverer all the councils the country seek to in of Landing da l charm and dignity 11throughout afternoon the local open house from 2 I and the members andl their ladles were welcomed In numbers A constant stream of vi Itors poured In and out of the homo of the council at 816 Fourth ave nue where refreshments were served to all who came The lors and hall were handsomely de orated and the beautiful American flag purchased by tho council was flapping in the breeze from the front windows of the homo At nght an elegant banquet was spread and several ihundred Knights ast down to the tables dt S ocock Grand Knight Edward J McDermott presided and when the time for speechmaking arrived do livered a glowing address full of 1patriotism and zeal for the cans- of Columbianlsm Thomas B Har- cdltor of the Catholic Telegraph of Cincinnati responded to a toast on Tho Pros and Camden R Mc Atee aso delivered an address that was loudly applauded and much appreciated The guest of the evening was Rev Henry S Spalding S J of Chicago 111 Father Spalding comes from a ilstingulshed Kentucky family who have given many sons and daughters to religious orders In tho = Catholic church and many of them have achieved distinction as authors and In high ecclesiastical places He de votet J his remarks to the necessity of religious education being taught in connection with an education of the mind and said in part I hold that the State should con tinue to support and regulate those schools where no religion is taught and to provide such schools for those children whose parents object to religious education that the State should support those schools where religion Is taught and provide such schools for those children whose parents desire a religious education that the State should exer else the same jurisdotion over both kinds of schools in regard to the ciualilicttlon of teachers and the standard of studies I am told that many organizations which have philanthropy as their watchword restrict this exercise of charity ito1 their own members I would not have you imitate such a model I would have your charity as unbounded as the love of Christ as the solicitude of tho church While in your membership you must have certain rules and requirements I would not have you glory in the honor of exclusiveness I would not have your charity confined to your limited circle it should be abroad and universal as that of Christ who pitied the poor and neglected who ministered to the suf forfhg who In humility washed the feet of his disciples I would call upon you as Individuals and as members of your council to take an active part In every religious and civic movement for the benefit of the church and country I am told there are societies which I protect their members even whe guilty of atrocious crimcw that iIt Is a principle with them to shelter members in our civil courts I 1 would have you drive the unworthy ff neverpermitfor his selfish schemes or to safe guard him against justice Knights of Columbus you have as a model the discoverer whoso work wos crowned with success on this October 12 The motives of Columbus were entirely unselfish his ambition looked not to selfag grandlzoment he sought for a new world not to enrich himself or his kind but lto bring to the Inhan OJtrlsUanityLot0 kingdom at God may reign In this I u4 must bo in tIllsi 11orkState in this city I That highest insplratlo tlleloopleTJteSqre the nation is the problem tha should enlist the interest of tho Knights of Columbus Without the I slightest hesitation I affirm that thei greatest problem of ibe nation toda ii is Irrellglon jI Two generations ago we were a religious people today the child IsI knowledgeifhlble Tire childs religious educa llon ds being neglected and the chtl If tOday Js the man or woman of tunorriow A system of education i as been elaborated on the wrong le that the educated perSoni I would be a moral person This eys Item Is all but perfect in the training lof the Intellect but It falls In the education ot the moral life of the child And tatting In this vital part it sends tho child Into the world un prepared to cope with temptation unversed In tho principles of moral- ityII1 as the result of our system of education We have In half a century become Indifferent in religious matters We must give religious train ing to the child Now In solving this problem there is only one method and that Is for the State to for all schools As Catholics we rc not asking the State and willI not ask it for money for religious purposes We have had too much of State and Church or of State churches where priests are paid serv ants of the State but It is only fair 1110neyforcomo up to tho standard of other schools In the various branches of study there can be no objection tour 0 teaching the children some re ligion It will make them better citizens and the State will gain rather than Jose The time has come for you to go before the voters owsn money your own children It JIs ayoa their thYask no one for his money you ask thistpeople their tojtoyoursYouJ ourrVesconformlh titto commandments unless you pray unless frequentlyschannels of the grace of God If your heart Is the abode of sin iff your lips are soiled by profane or privetcl t o your Protestant neighbors vain will1 I auxiliarytI will frustrate the noble ends of th association ELECTJKIFIEI Rev Fathher Brady Pre HandsometAuto The Rev A J Brady the widely known and beloved pastor of St Cecilias church received an electric shock on Wednesday but of a nature that will be the source ot more than ordinary pleasure to hlm rjEolf and his Louisville admirers The first of the week Father Brady received a bill of lading and who tho delivery was made It was townd to be for a 2Gt0 electric antoine bile barouche the gift of friends the good Louisville priest had madeJ in Michigan The machine is one ot the finest in thecity and words would hardly express jtho feelings of Father Brady when the auto ar rived and tho full purport of th bill was made known to him H o has made several trips with hi brother priests and runs the machine with the ease of one who has had years of experience ADD SUMMONSnThere was widespread grief 1 Southern Indiana when it became known Saturday morning that the Rev John Doyle for thirty year the beloved rector of St Simons church at Washington Ind had died suddenly of apoplexy at his rectory on Friday night Father Doy was held In high esteem by Catholics parlshlonets1 the loss of a wise and most kind1 weknownsonvlllo and ith6 clergy of those clUes were among the many who attended his funeral nillTIIDAY SURPRISE tipe f8 West Jefferson street on Sunday tomyfittht tit Euchre Club who presented him with a costly bathrobe and slippers and numerous other giftsj yiblra Haager was next and- I had ready a feast that would delight a king In leaving all ex pressed hoop that Mr Haager would I live to enjoy many returns of his anniversary Those present were RdDid er I 5n J Hoentz Fred StruckJWoissgerber E Euz Tom Cannon of N w Albany Miss E Haager and Master t W Wolssgerber L I t L IRISH ENVOY Coming to Louisville In Behalf of the Parllninentaiy Party Friends 01 Ireland Arrange For n Great Welcome Friday Fight Arrangements Will Bo Coot pitted at Meeting Toinor row Evening ENTHUSIASM AGAIN AWAKENED The announcement that lion Jo toph Devlin one of the leaders iin the Irish Parliamentary party was coming to Louisville and would be tendered a public reception by the friends of Ireland next Friday night at Masonic Temple was hailed with rejoicing by all classes of our citi wens and a gathering Is predicte- such d as will surpass any daysr s of the English Parliament Hon John E Redmond Joseph Devlin Daniel Doyle and T P OConnor are in this country Three of these OConnor is the representative o an English constituency are th direct representatives of the Irislpeople who have been sent by their acoo 1Irish people of America and solidaId to enable them to bring to a successful issue their valiant ami1 rateeThese men are Irelands representa Uves to America in the stricter- sense of the word They are not only ithe Parliamentary reprcssnta lives of the Irish people but thoy1 belong toa party which constitute ninetenths of tho Irish represents lion dn Parliament They are therefore both empowered and qualified 10 speak on tho Irish situation as few other men are During the lime that the envoys have been in America they have been accorded the highest esteem by their fellowcountrymen At tho convention of tho United Irish League In Buffalo they were TC eolved with an enthusiastic welcome that came straight from the heart representativod there In a similar manner they TecGptloninNewgo to tell the people first hand the story of Irelands recent struggle righttheirIn offering them both outward and substantial evidence of their goodwill This is the laudable spirit the Irish of America who are In ofII patty with their struggling s splrJtthatof tho future be not acted upon by joyousdayhn onCollegeThe Irish envoys are In America not for personal pleasure or ad vancement They are here to ac i condlUonsand today They come with the i seal of approval of their country iI jj suffllIenttheir countrymen iii America jjiey ofl1 beendf j They are still in the crucible aredescrvlngand the support of all Irish Amerl = I cans as well TiParliament haveoof to theel faorablyasstrugglewhen they return to America again rolethetriumphAs I thatthisIAuIns conferences of prominent citizens were held And receptiona I gonIrralI j i ofOolumbus alaI l Bishop ODonaghuo and all the local clergya introduceU least a hundred Vice Presidents directedbyl man Icon asrreasurerLBSecretaryj head the reception committee andI 4hoInvitations I be Chairman of the Press Commit AttendanceCommittee commitIteosI night and will represent every so clety and seotlon of the city The I programme when completed will bo made known through the dally press DEDICATED Columbus day will ever remain a pleasant memory to the Catholics of Waverly and vicinity as the annij versary will retail the solemn and Impressive dedication of the hand1 RevIJamesf s this diocese The beautiful ceremony attracted an Immense gathering of people from the surrounding coun try many nonCatholics taking ad I thelrICronin was assisted by many priestsri and the sermon was preached by the eloquentl Father Edward Fitzgerald of Owensboro whose words made a deep impression on his hearer- s1UEMPIIIS r Catholic Ladles Organize an Auxiliary For thef Y II I For the purpose of organizing a auxiliary to the Young Mens In stitute at Memphis Tenn a meet ing was held at the quarters of Chickasaw Council at which rI rr most prominent Catholic families 0ofr the city wore representedEby one 0 GeorgeWr welcome to the ladles and was fol I t j j GeorgoLLwoJohn Colbert Jr and E Longiaotti I1all of Whom expressed appreciation of the aslstanco of Miss Marie Zim responsible1x Illary The organization was nuxI followdI ZImmer- man I President tadyc Kerr First ZanoneSecondODonnell Corresponding Secretary RecordingSecretary Treasureroj CorrespondIngl plans were discussed for the bazar1 to bn held in November The com imlittce for this affair is composed of Misses Louise Dush Ethel Johnson Clara Herbers and Mrs Dave Zanone tSPIAWIllt St 1 Students Exercises Com memorate Landing Day if Comnienioration5 exercises of the landing of CoiumUus were hold by the students of sf Xavlers College iin the college hall on Broadway near Second stredt Tuesday afternoon Brother James the Director of tho college addressed the students and a for reviewing the of Columbus called their atten ion to the two iJltieg which stanll outmostconsplctroTlslyin the life ot tho American discovererhis extra ordinary faith In God arid his stabilityI of purpose and showed them the need of their developing the same qualities It they would at l they1OOIellclaimed the morrow a college hollt day and stated that it would be year1Iheale s Piano solo National Airs Arthur C Decker Essay Columbus and Ills Aim Jerome Ohligsohlager Piano soo Selections from 3 Faust Oliver Jennings Discussions Columbus and His Return Leonard Goss end George Hoffmann plano solo Midnight Flyer Vincent Klapheke Essay Columbus and His Achievement Clay King Piano eolo Second Mazurka Jerome Ohllgschlager Oration Columbus and His Motto Jesse Shea Finale piano solo Valse Lente I composed and Iplayed by Arth Decker CALL ON TAT I Irish Envoys Received by the President at Beveralyy tLast Sunday a parly of dls tlngulshwl Irishmen including Hon John Redmond Joseph Devlin and John Boyle all members of ParD subfootsDeverly1Ilassr lot his party in Parliament was ac companied by Mrs Redmond T P membert be present The plans and ltrogre Weretold1 was almost wholly of a social char sorer Mrs Taft and Miss Taft as stated in entertaining the guestsi thoIrishoctoroon a neighbor of the Presidentt Tkte envoys have addressed mar y I large gatherings this week with splendid results for the Irish cause AWAY FROM HOME I recentdeaths I tlrsJoseph 1IIomIevetMrsDaker3812Wcstsuddenlybecamobody was removed io tho Whit home and the bereaved husband and arrivedheroThofllneraltook nCaveBaker and Charles Baker all con tinted with the Mongol Box Com pany are brothers of Mr BakerI GRAND BAZAR For Sisters ot Mercy Will Con unite Three Days nUll I Nights Appeal to the CharllnbJy In clined People ol the Falls Cities Llederkrnn Hall to lie Mecca BeautynI oi City SERVErI tlcEvery Catholic and for that mat tar every charitably inclined geese in Louisville Now Albany and Jef ntItend on at least one night the grandr bazar for the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy that will open Tuesday fin Llcderkrqnz Hall and continue for three days and nights Nothing too good can be said for the Sisters of Mercy who are working constantly In J their efforts to educate the young in such a way that they will be the pride of the city and State and able to sustain themselves in tine battle of lifeinThe good Sisters are being aided In a most decided manner by ant a most enthusiastic meeting Dlonda night in St Francis Hall many points were discussed and final ar formatopening on Tuesday morning at 1 coclock What promises to be on of the most popular attractions will1 be the dally dinner frm 1130 to 230 and the supper from 5 to 8 ITh9followlngI form the efficient Executive Com mittee will do all in their power ito insure the success of the boyar Dr Peter S Ganz Chairman Thomas Tarpy Vice Chairman A S Smith Treasurer J B Ohlig sohlager Secretary Jacob Hubbuch Floor Manager J C Klrchdorfer George Burklcy Newton G Rogers James D Kelly S 11 Raffo There will bo seven booths tIn charge of the different ladles andI thor committees as follows Doll Booth Chalrlady Mrs F A NobbeI Assistants Mesdames Esch man Jacob Hoertz Weatherly iVicksteaU Kolb Herget Misses IRose Kavanaugh Pearl Beutcl iAlice Dlscher Llzlo Stab Linen Booth Chalrlady Mrs 1Thomas Keenan Assistants Mes t FoleyMargaretJMary Kuns Mary Rlloy Hattie Hol Iloran Pat Sullivan Heny Grass man Misses Dora Barrett Teresa IHubbuch Cora Davidson Maggie Wallace Ltzzie Smith Lnla Fackler Novelty Booth Chalrlady Mrs IDuschomeyer Assistants Mesdames C F Taylor George Hoortz JrMary Francke J B Dowling W Oawthon William Price A And J J Score Misses Mollle Collins IKate Nugent Rose Gait Kate Smith iElla Cawthon Alice McLoughlln iMarie OBrien Mary Gale Cawthon Nell Smith Stella OConnor Country Store Ohalrlady Mrs I Bnwine Assistants Mesdames P S Ganz D J Dougherty Harry iBoeder John Gorman Le Paulo George J Zoll Z Underwood Misses Nettle Weber Ida Hassner Molllo Doody Pearl Deutel Mary I Bartholomew Candy Booth Chairlady Miss iAla y E Sheridan Assistants M8 uhJ Mamie Hannan Annie Coleman Flora Hubbuch CareyScully MaryVhiteTicket Booth Chalrlady Mrs Louisa Zlmllch Assistants Dfeaidames Rose Erasmine Amos Dls cher Misses Teresa Reverman Ada Discher Lula flaming Teresa laming Agues Dlscher Clara DlscherRefreshment DootbChalrladyMiss GradybI Margaret Malone Amelia McBride Nora Schulteri May Bennett Katie Corso Dining Room and KitchentMesdames G E PeterJGraf Mrs M J McClusky farpyWllllamMinnie Bosche George Conner Phil McGovern J W Noonan Otto Much Ice E H Brady Joseph Backcrt Driscoll Jas Tlghe Backer Amos Discher Llsh flea Grady J B Smith C L Crush Dan Murphy LorenzaICanty Lawton I George Glass H Feldhaus Red dington Echen Rose Hevern Sallie IluckebyMissesKate Collins Kelley Mary 1lalono ReginaCAnhamM E Weber Emma Hauck Minnie and Cora Helntzmann Llzzlo and Frances Drlesbach Annie and Sophie iCarclier Ella Purcell Isabel Shea Katie and Catherine Allgier Annie Filburn Rose Quinn Mary Norton TigheNemoe Driscoll Lorena Huber Cecilia HatprJngAlary electshnto make all arrangements for the euchre to UQ held on Friday after noon and evening October 21 J i cr- u The alumnae and the friends of the Sisters contributlnrr genial floor manager of the various booths In I theII nated by a valiant but modest Knight who wishes his name with InightPbtlon in the shop window of George Wolf Company Fourth street MAjDKlN COUNCIL Will End Its Membership Contest With a Banquet + Though many members were at the horse show Monday night there was a good attendance at the meet twOn were filed President Kenney an nounced the recovery of Lawrence and John Nash but the annd I President Kenney appointed Hancock Joseph Steltonpohl andI Dick Andriott as an investigating committee for the last quarter of this year i The membership contest which will end with a banquet wn formally started with Aloysius Link and George Lautz as the respective captains This promises to be a spirited affair and as the prizes are I the best over offered there will bo much rivalry between the two teams of fifteen members each The itiation is set for the afternoon of wlltI I unaniyrlIceptlonI 0meat and will be epresented at tI nighet Knights Columbus clubhouse I FINE HOME Now Occupied by Henry Munold On Walnut Street v Henry Hunold for many years In business at Sixth and Walnut streets Is now occupying the bazar and handsome building erected by him two doors cast of 1 his former lo cation Time building is one of the finest on Walnut street and Is dl Vlded into two commodious store rooms In one of which Is located the grocery and in the other an ele gout cafe Mr Hunolds friends have been calling upon hint by hundreds and congratulating him upon hhis success Engaging in business where he was a stranger by energy thrift and honorable dealing Jlehas built up a trade and reputation thatII stands second to none His grocery Is stocked with everything in thathline and the cafe Is one of the best equipped in the city Henry Hunold iIs one of the class of men who make j a city prospe being public spirits and progressive men who are de serving of eevry success For his friends there Is always a cordial1 welcome IRISH MUSK CLUB I The Irish Music Club of Chicago celebrated Its ninth annual festivalI last Saturday at the Coliseum with i an Irish Vaudeville programme fol RyanlamesColomant r with fifty childen of the Gaelic Dancing Club gave a group of four and eight hand reels Including The Blackbird Humors of Bandon jigs and hornpipes accompanied by pipehlllpODonovan Eileen and Alice Veale gave lpatriotic songs ANNIVERSARY I The Rev Father John ger pastor of St Johns church at Itwontyfltth11 to tho priesthood on Tuesday Invi rations have been sent ito all tho priests in the Covington diocese and1 many In this The celebration will1 begin with a high mass of thanksgiving and will conclude the follow i Ing day CAIUUXAJANXUTFMJ i Cardinal Vanrtutelll accompanied I by his suite left for Boston Satur I morning where he remained until ArchblsholOConnell P e til this country about a week erImost of which time ho will JOt tit Archbishop Farley x SOFT SPOT To Fall Is Badly Wanted by the Herald and PostoFall to Prove Their Charges ot Police Intiini dation Messrs Shcrloy and Miller Will Itcceive Old Time Ma jority NEGROES TIRED REPUBLICANS localhthe Herald and Post to excuse the poor showing of the Republican party in the recent registration In other words they are picking out a soft spot to tail the day after elec sUon police intimidation being their main stOck in trtde The Re publican organization had two ot more negroes stationed In every pre clnct in the city where there were many negroes on registration days their only work consisting of trying to persuade their fellow negroes to register These nogro captains were at tho polls all day and If the Post- I and Herald stories were true these men would have been the first to feel the effects of police intimidation Homer Batson Chairman of the Republican Cacpalgn Committee also made the same plea but when cornered by Chief of Police Lindsey was unable tp prove it Another case in point was that of R W Blnghams charge that a certain police officer had Interfered In the registration but when ho tried to prove his charges before the Election Commlslon the case fell flat Duff Reed the Republican member be coming so disgusted that he stated that ho would congratulate the lpoliceman on his good conduct which was proven before the board The Republicans will not only poll a light vote but will hardly be ablo to obtain any of the Independent vote many of whom are outspoken In sayIng that Shorley for Congress and Miller for Appellate Judge are the best selections that this dlctrict could make and that it would be folly to replace a man like Sherley In Congress with Judge McGee who was even a failure in the Police Court or to choose a man of many parties like BIngham in place of our sterling Judge Miller Not only tho Independent voters but the voters In general have learned to take the statements of the Post and Herald with a grain of salt One of their favorite slogans is that the police were out of politics under Grlnstead while the sworn affidavits of policemen are shown telling how they dis tributed campaign literature for the Republicans in the last election and which were lpublished exclusively in the Kentucky Irish American at that published wore compelled to pay assessments In the Republican headquarters sec buildIngFifthpapers did not deny then and can not deny now As Abraham Lincoln said You can fool all of the peo ple some of the time etc but the voters wont be fooled anymore by the Post and Herald their efforts to defeat Shorley and Miller being wasted as a great Democratic vic ttory is predicted for this district STICKS TO JAItVIES TaxIcabs with their everworking meters are still barred from the streets of Dublin In all respects the war against them has thus far been successful The opposition was organized by the drivers of hacks and jaunting cars and Is supported largely by sentiment among what Thackeray described as the car drivingest people in the world Tho 1 TAXicab Company offered great inducements to tfte jarvles to learn how to operate automobiles but they would not touch the devil cars It has been impossible to Im port ifaxi cabmen as the Dublin jarvles are known to be very handy with their fists HARVEST SHUTS SCHOOLS I RN10barvonumber of counties practically every school bas been forced to close be cause of lack of attendance All the pupils from the primary grade to the higher classes have been re- tainedt at home or sent to neighbors orchards to help gather and pack red apples Apples are being packed and leaving at the rate of about 400 car loads dally Tho entire crop of apples according to the 6000rcar loads MAKWICS AT NORFOLK Miss Nellie Coyle daughter of Mr and Mrs William H Coylc 630 Broadway Jeffersonville left Mon day for Norfolk Va to wed Albert p Montgomery a son of Mr and Mrs George Montgomery of Jefferson ville who Is connected with tho medical department of the United States navy and could not secure a leave of absence as he was homo only a few months ago The two became sweethearts several years ago and marryMissyoung woman and Is a sister of Mrs Oscar Hay and Mrs Frank Hpgan Her father Is a member of the Jet fersbnvillo fire department v dJt 4 nY- J KENTUOKY IRISH AltIERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN leveled to the Social and Moral Advancemement of Irish Americans and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America KeNTUGKYIRISHI I AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc Entered it the LouliyllU PoitoMlce al SecondCI J natter Adress all ComfimnlcaHoBi tto tbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 Weal areas St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1910 r DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES SWAGARSHERLEY SHACKLEFORD MILLER For Congress For Appellate Judge HELP OLD ERIN The Kentucky Irish American calls upon every reader to be present at Masonic Theater next Friday night to welcome lion Joseph Devlin M P and If not able to at tend to contribute their mite to the most laudable cause tob repre sents ihomo rule for Ireland It baa been about a quarter of a cen tury since Louisville has been called upon to assist the men who are doing so much for Erin and It Is reasonable to expect that now when she is on the eve of freedom and selfgovernment the Irish Envoy will be greeted by a house packed from pit to dome Never was the future for Ireland as bright as at present but funds are needed for a successful ending of the that has been waged for struggleI dred years Ireland nas helped every city and State In the Union and It Is therefore but Just tha they should now assist her In the final struggle With home rule and self government the Irish people will prosper and will never again have to appeal to her exiled children and friends throughout the world Let all unite and give Mr Devlin that Kentucky welcome he so rlnhly deserves WHAT IS WANTED The recent break of Signor Nathan In Rome furnishes most startling evidence of the utterly false position In which the Holy See Is placed In Rome and lends addi tional point to the arguments now being urged to Induce Catholics to got together all over the world to counteract the vicious efforts being put forth to hamper and nullify the Influence of the Holy See We havo already mentioned the various f Independent sources from which is hoard the urgent call for Interna tionall action amongst Catholics Another voice raised to the same end has come from the recent Catholic Congress In Austria hold at Trent Among tho resolutions adopted by the Congress we note the following The congress wold consider It a great advance for the Catholic press of the whole world If an Independent telegraphic agency were established to liberate the press from the prejudiced news of the great agen cies and to actuate this plan it recommends that efforts be made to secure an understanding with tho Catholics of other States It is a painful fact that all the great news agencies are almost without Intermission united In favor of anticlericalism and against the Holy See when politicoreligious questions arise What is wanted is a thoroughly independent agency which will tell the truth tho whole truth and nothing but the truth ARE AT SEA The General Episcopal convention at Cincinnati has been marked by Insurgency and dlvison There was a revolt of the West against the East the former demanding larger committee representation and this matter and the question of the adoption of a preamble to the constitution were both subjects of lively debate In the course of whtoh some startling declarations were made which caused a buzzing of surprise and left the deputies much food for retlootion Rev A A Morrteon of Oregon made an address winch was startling to tbf obcctedfot ii Holy ScrtptureB to be the Word of God He asld This Is an unfortunate objection to bring Jnto a discussion here But tho Scriptures are so full of inaccuracies that tho adoption pf the Iproposed preamble would place us In such a position before the scholastic world that it would interfere with men of education entering the ministry and subscrlb ing to our doctrines Such an assertion In the preamble would be out of accord with this ago of scholarshipThe and recognition of the Scriptures were defeated by a decisive vote thus leaving the body at sea upon the Bible question Another ludicrous incident of the convention was the absence of a Bible In the House of Deputies which led to the adoption of a resolution that a copy of the Holy Scriptures be always kept in prominent view hereafter In the house The census figures for Louisville arewell the least said the best That they worn not much higher Is tforely disappointing But what can be expected while the bigots are tolerated and a partisan press Is always traducing the good name of the city If taxation were properly regulated organized labor recog nized and religious proscription cease Louisville would soon occupy the position that the foregoing evils have kept her from The curse of this city has been those Intolerants who would not grant others the lib erty they demand for themselves They may have kept Louisville back little to their credit but there ds a new era coming when they will be lost and the city making splendid progress thereby The typo has been sot for an other issue of Bigotrys Banner and it may again appear this week If this Issue Is of the same caliber as its predecessor it is more than probable that its end has come All fairminded people regardless of religion and politics have expressed their condemnation of the vile and disreputable shoot which stands without any credited sponsor What It will say about the Kentucky Irish American does not concern us even a little bit The day for Freedoms Banner and Its few bigoted promoters Is at an end In Louisville and Kentucky Its adieu to Glvan adieu to Hackett adieu to their Ilk Mrs Florence Beauohamp who made herself tho Prohibition candi date will not run for Congress this fall Through ignorance or neglect she failed to file her petition and therefore her name will not appear on the official ballot Many think that what this good woman wanted most was the free advertising her position brought her Mrs B needs no press agent By the death of James S Barret former Preisdent of the German Security Bank and Major R C Davis the well known lawyer Louisville loses two of its most wonthy citizens Both had lived cln pure lives were kind and charitable standing high In the community and leaving games that their posterity may always point to with pride So far In this campaign we have not heard the slightest suggestion from either the wouldbe legislators of either party that any of them Intend to introduce an amendment fa the ridiculous lax divorce lawn of Jndlfcn Our lax divorce laws haveI brought disgrace on all the people xofil U r this State This from the Indiana Catholic applies with equal force to Kentucky Democrats and Republicans alike ought to support any measure to do away with the modern slavery of child labor The Catholic charities In convention In Washington havo taken a unanimous stand on this question The power of the Interests In Congress must be broken If this reform is to be accomplished yThe Christian Observer of this city attacks the law which made Columbus day a State holiday plead ing that Columbus didnt discover Kentucky This Isa sample of tho brilliant argument you could expect from this bitter nonunion Presby terian sheet It might have added he didnt discover Beargrass creek either In reporting the horse show the dally papers devoted one paragraph to the horses and six or eight columns to the description pf what the society women wore Better call it dressmakers exhibition next yearOne consolation in regard to Louisvilles poor showing In the census reports is that the Evening Post can not blame Col Whallen and I tho Democrats for Inefficient cam SslngIOur A P A patriots must havo been tickled to death to hear that Teddy Roosevelt and Vice President Sherman made addresses at Knights of Columbus banquets on Columbus day OCTOBER Month Devoted to Rosary of the Blessed Virgin October Is dedicated in a special manner to the angels but is best known In tho church as the month of the Rosary The Rosary Is at once the most appealing and most misrepresented of all Catholic devo tions among those who do not un derstand Its meaning Few practices of the church are more widespread than the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary It consists of tho of all prayersthe Apostles bestI the Our Father three Hall Marys and the Glory Be to the Father then the Our Father and ten Hail Marys repeated five times This constitutes the beads or onethird part of the Rosary During the reci tation of these prayers the mind should be occupied meditating on the principal mysteries of the life of i our Lord The mysteries are divided Into tho five Joyful mysteriesthe annunciation by the Angel Gabriel the vlsitodon of the Blessed Virgin to St Elzabeth the birth of our Lord the presentation and the find Ing In tile temple the five sorrowful mysteries the agony in the garden the scourging the crowning with thorns the carrying of the cross an 1 the crucifixion and tho five glorious mysteries tho resurrec Von the ascension the descent of he Holy Ghost the assumption df tho Blessed Virgin and the crown Ing of the Blessed Virgin in heaven These mysteries contain the whole history of the redemption The prayers and meditations of the Ros ary satisfy the minds of the hum blest while they are sufficient to occupy the attention of the most exalted and most cultivate- dENCOURAGED Irish Delegates Who Met Postmaster General Hitchcock Four members of the Irish delega tion of nine that came to Washing ton to file a protest against the abandonment of Queenstown as a port of call by express steamships of the Cunard line on eastbound trips departed Saturday on board the Celtic of tho White Star line We feel encouraged as a result of our call said James H Campbell Secretary We wero informed by Mr Hitchcock Postmaster General that the matter would be taken up with the steamship company Members of the delegation who left Saturday were Mr Campbell Sir James Long William Donegan and Charles OCdlJaghan FORTY nouns Impressive ceremonies will attend the opening of the Forty Hours de- Votions to tho Blessed Sacrament which will begin at the high mass tomorrow morning at St Williams church Rev Father Denis Murphy will be tho celebrant of tho mass and will bo assisted by a number of clergy During the exposition of the Host each evening there will bo a sermon and benediction The de votions will como to a solemn close Tuesday At the same hoursasabove similar devotions will take place at St Boniface church TOURING IRELAND In a letter received Wednesday from Cork Ireland It Is stated that Dr G P Beutel Jr has finished his studies at the University of Edinburgh and is now touring the Emerald Isle The doctor visited Blarney Oastle and kissed the blarney stone and this was the trip he most enjoyed Ho says Ireland Is a great country and its people the most lovable he over mot THREE SISTERS MARRY A cocial event of more than usual Mterest was witnessed in Stephen eon Mich Jlast Wednesday when tferea daughters of John Le Blanc proprietor ot the In t d I1ottd were BWed at the amen ii+ sl maaL I SOCIETY J Mrs Laura Maxey of Boechmont was the guest of Mrs John S Kelly at Bardstown this week Miss Teresa Johnson has been spending a week at Now Haven the guest of Miss Inez Despain Mrs P W Naughton of Chicago will today complete a two weeks visit with relatives In Portland I I111ss Abbie and Boyd Chester re turned home this week front their two months trip through the West Miss Mamie Mackoy will entertain today with a linen shower to be given in honor of Miss Rita Keaney Alex Zeigler and wife who wero weekend guests of George Zeigler and family have returned to their home at Buechol Miss Margareti McKenna of Fair field arrived here Sunday to be the guest of Mss Anne McWIHIams dur ing tho horse show Mrs J Raverty and Mrs J NorrIs of New Albany are home from a pleasant visit to Mrs James Hughes at Indianapolis daughterMissthe city last week after spending sev oral months In Washington IMiss Mary Ridge of East Broad threeIweeks visit to St Louis whore she was tho guest of Miss Bessie H Donahue Miss Margaret Hoertz of South Floyd street has returned from a delightful visit to friends in Owens boro who entertained a number of evenings In her honor Mrs Charles Fitzgerald and daughter Miss Winona of New Albany have been spending the week at Winona visiting Mrs Fitzgeralds parents Mr and Mrs James Weath ers Frank J Deuser and bride who was Miss Amy Steber are spending their honeymoon In the East and will whentheyat 1274 Willow avenue I IAnnouncementhasI been made of I MissILouts G Russell 1118 East Oak street New Albany which will take place at the Dominican Catholic church on November S I Yesterday Col Charles P Dehler and his estimable wife celebrated their silver wedding at their home 1827 Third avenue Though Infor issuedhundredscongratulations and the wish that celebrate I IlIss ElizabethtownvisitingMrsCrume has returned to her home ii tortheRaphaelKoanoywill take place Monday morning Oc tober 24 at St Louis Bertrands church I IlIssI Mary Meagher and brother Dan Meagher of Frankfort were called here last week on account of the Illness of their mother Mrs Libbio Meagher I Mrs John Hession of 1513 Anderson street announces the engagement of her niece Miss Jo sephine Norton to George Merrill associated with the Grabfelder I beIaSt Patricks church next Thursday evening Following the ceremony the happy couple will be tendered a reception at the home of Mrs Hes slon The announcement comes as I ninnyfriends LIFE WORK DONE I Martin Duffy one of the oldest members of the Sacred Heart parish and uncle of M J Duffy the con tracting plumber was called to his useful hearHis funeral took place from I Heart church yesterday upondeathsion to pay high tribute to the life and work ot the deceased The mass byfriendswidely known and highly respected TRINITYS JOINT MEETING Trinity Council Y M 1 will hold i a Joint meeting on jttonday night to CouncnshaveEntertainment andItthiskIndthesignal andNewI CONDITION IMPROVING I Edward dishorn a well known resident I wasIII andforextremely grave His many friends will bo pleased to learn that a change for the bettor has taken speedyandI IBELIEVES IN ROTATION thoNatlonalI years Charles J Bonaparte Attorney I General of the United States i under President Roosevelt an t nounces that ho will retire from the office His successor will be chosen conventionPreetdent BoaJftperto gives as his chief reason+ that he Ja a believer in rotation In office 7t 7 oo oox ttttXo oo I J J Mw j4 M J J VJ j wXJ ootoo X ooox i 4ta n= SUBSCRIBE FOR THE a 0 i s fitt I B o V t KENTUCKY tiH r YV YX ia IX EJ EJAMERICANJ HV f Catholic Weekly in the Southwest JJ trtrBrightest ss YEARHffn Mn U- nt If You Want All the News and Particulars of Happenings B iin Catholic Circles Here and Elsewhere Take This Papers ri us5 M YV f= Foreign C Year Home Phone 946 = vv 1s11- i Hn X I HX HX X X I I i i I IH11 IIII I 00tti tt ztt tttt itt Hf0000000KNIKIITS OP COLMIIS1 Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Indianapolis Council promises an extremely unique Halloween card party and dance for October 31 At the close of an enjoyable smoker by Pueblo Council a very exciting boxing match proved an In teresting exhibition Tho Institution of a council at Dickinson N D whick will take place tomorrow will be one of ithe greatest events that city has over knownMilwaukee Knights will take pos session of their new prop erty today Twenty twomen teams are soliciting stock subscriptions with most encouraging results Indianapolis Knights observed Columbus day with a monster ban quet at which Bishop Chartrand and Hon John P Leahy were the principal speakers All the councils In tho district were represented Great success attended the series of lectures given under the auspices bythoConway Each night there was a large attendance of nonCatholics The great Interest and large at tendance that marked the mission to nonCatholics by Rev Bernard Conway the Paullst at Terre Haute j I otIated the instructive mission In the Sun Worshippers parade twofloatstheatone of the landing of Columbus It was drawn by threo teams of KnlghtInappearance RevWlllJam celebration the good father was presented with Leadtag nominations and Rabbi Friedman were among the number who were respectInnonCatholics HOLY NAME Society Has History Dat Ing Back Through- Centuries hilSbeenanti religious demonstrations throughout the country during the past few weeks has a history that I centuriesIGeneral of the Dominicans admonished I him to enjoin the faithful to servo in a particular manner that name which Is above all namesthat of Jesus Christ During the reigns of Charles V and Phillip II Irreligion and blasphemy had spread so that this means was taken to check It From that period until the present the Dominican Fathers have made tho organization of the Holy Namo societies part of their missionary labor throughout the commendingtheirseveral Popes One of tine first Holy Name socie ties this side of the Alleghenies was that organized many years ago and still flourishing In St Louis Ber trends parish In this city The members several hundred strong bodySundaypresented was most edifying GAFFNEY HONORED Col T St John Gaffney the American Consul General at Dresden Saxony has received the un usual honor of an invitation to be come a Director in a Dresden civil society formed to protect visitors and promote the citys interests It la tho first time any foreigner has r been elected to the directorate In extending the invitation Director General von Schlmpff stated that the honor was Intended as a recog nition of Mr Caffneys popularity among the citizens of Dresden as well as his skill in making tho Saxon capital popular among Amori cansIGAELIC LEAGUE ENVOYS Rev Michael OFlanlgan of tho dloceto of Elphln Ireland and Eton McCollum General Organizer of tho Gaelic League of Ireland ar rived In New York last week as envoys from tho Gaelic League to the United States The envoys were chosen at the Gaelic convention held II t 6 IF YOU WANT To enjoy the most interesting half hour you ever spent in a clothing store take a look at the ape cial collection of Fall Suits and Overcoats weve arranged to sell for 1500 2000 and 2500 Greatest show for your money youve ever had CUNNING 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Contest by which it Is hoped to bring the number up to over 500 Mesars Walker Sam Robertson and Dr J A Casper are making the prepara tions and they know how to arrange for a Jolly evening J a SOCIETY DIRECTORY O III IA 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Third Tuesday President Thomas Walsh MurphyRecording P LawlerFinancial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatAnns Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday lied Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Raymond Barrett Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial KeaneyIG07Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phYSentinelWilliam Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets ayaNineteenthf PresidentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J Kerens Financial SecretaryJohn 0 Hes sion 1710 BaIrd DoughertySentinelThomas SergeantatArms James P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets MondnrDertrand p HennessyViceLynchFInancial Las an 734 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be found here at reasonable prices Call and see us dive year bays es cdacatlea that will prepare heal tar life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 113 W Broadway LoHlvUUKyC- MAuctcd by the Xavertan Brother Claaele +i Meatifc aad BtuteeM Council strentLrge Swimml ltepaiiDc8ymalem Term Moderate U 0 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN Only Seven More Days Racing The Falls City Handicap Today Cherokee Stakes Tuesday Golden Rod Stakes Thursday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 OCLOCK HIBERNIANS I i What They Have Been Dolr I I the Put WeekGeneral- Nwe Ii j Notes An auxiliary will soon be organ ized at Dunkirk N Y Jamaica Plain Hibernians dedi cated Emmet Hall and thor now building last Sunday State President Dillon plans to visit every county In Massachusetts at least three times during the coming year- Auxiliary 48 of Hartford Conn opened the fall campaign by con ferring the degrees on a class of fifty candidates Division 5 of Quincy Mass is planning a bazar and fair In aid of tho debt on the Hibernian build ing in that city Tho three divisions of Wheeling have Invited John Redmond to visit that city and are being assisted by Bishop Donahue At the Washington State conven tion hold at Spokane an Increase In all departments was made during tho past two years Tho several county conventions held In Connecticut show that the members aro up and doing with good feeling all around Steady gains wore made during the past term by tho Vermont aux iliaries and the future promises in creased membership and finances During the forty years of Its existence Division 1 of Concord N H has paid out 35000 for charity and death Benefits Surely a good record Rhode Island State and county officers have started a progressive campaign to secure a large list of candidates during the winter monthsThe most successful and har monious county convention ever hold in Indianapolis elected Maurice Don nelly County President for the next two years The Ancient Order should con gratulate itself upon the fact that not one discordant note was exhib ited at any of the State or county conventionsLadles 8 of St Paul will open its dancing season with a calico ball All will wear calico gowns and those violating this rule will bo fined During the first half of this year the Ladles Auxiliary of Essex county Mass initiated 167 candi dates They have 7500 cash on hand and 1500 members Division 2 of Syracuse will inaug gamesforwill award two valuable prizes to tho winners of tho first contest Hampden county Mass has Reportsshowexpenditure of 12500 for benevolent purposes during the past term At the Ladles Auxiliary county convention at Indianapolis the visit capacity stalled at tho County Board meet Ing last Sunday Division 1 meets Tuesday night and every member should attend Tho members of Division 3 will have mattennJf great Importance for consideration Monday night and the hall should be filled Tho next meeting of Division 2 takes place Friday night Adjournment will doubtless be taken to al low the members to attend tho re ception to Joseph Devlin M P at the Masonic Tempo The Missouri Hibernians will at tend tho dedication of the monument to Gen James Shields in Carrollton next month Delegations will bo present In largo numbers from St Louts Kansas City St Joseph and other centers Auxiliary meetingreception envoylionboJleroDivision 1 of Concord N H ob thofortiethorganizationStatePresidentFathersMoran OverthebytheNARROW ESCAPE lorthewas seriously Injured in an accident Jeffersonteam and wagon that was too near the tracks ibis Jaw was fractured and for a time his condition was re garded critical Ho is now atIhls before CARDINAL DEPARTS hasbeenMcCready In New York for a week companions andloveLUDtivrn COMING WilliamLudwigwill be pleased to hear of MTe turn to jtkta country HIS recent tour of Enstond and Ireland has been 0 tr- I III FIRST PRIZESID IN FOLD Nicholas Koortner 2303 West Market street St An honys school SECONDFIVE BOYS SUITS VALUED AT 500 Will Sample Twentyfirst and Cedar 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payments 230 Franck ave Telephone Crescent 1381 most successful and he returns here to entertain us once more WOULD SHOULD HONOR The entire world was the bene ficiary of the labors of Christopher Columbus It Is well that the world should pay all honor to his memory INDIANAPOLIS The United Irish League of Indlan apolls has arranged for the reception of Hon John E Redmond who will bo In Indiana mext week Thurs day night the Irish leader will ad dress a monster meeting at Tomlin son Hall ANDY MKAGHKUS TREAT Joe Torpey John Hogan and all of the L and N interchange office boys were smoking cigars after Andy Moaghor camp to work Tuesday morning a pretty little girl having arrived at his home on Monday Heres looking at you Andy INDORSE HIM The friends of Dr Charles L Edelen aro circulating petitions for signatures to place his name on the ballot for School Commlsloner Dr Edelen is the present School Trus tee from tho Eighth and Ninth wards and his many friends believe that his record in the board entitles him to reelection AVENUE THEATER Ward and Vokes tho famous comedians who separated some years ago and only joined forces last season will crowd tho Avenue Thea presentthoTrouble Makers and as they hAve not boon here for yours a cordial welcome awaits them There will be advinccinpricesSALMON FRITTERS Take one can of salmon pour off liquid then mince fine with fork asilieremix into this chop an ordinary sized onion and add to this Milt and pop iper fry in hot ll TMa will serve twentycents r- b MEETING IRELAND Record of the float Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Longford Guardians have passed a resolution calling for the removal of extra police from the countyAt recent meeting of the Sligo County Council Mesrs Tahony and Gllmartln were appointed Rate CollectorDr McDermott Manor hamilton has been elected Surgeon to the County Leitrlm Infirmary The appointment Is a very popular oneThe LIsmoro Rural District Coun cil have unanimously adopted tho Cork resolution opposing the employment of exnavy and military men In the postoffices The Rural District Council of Mullahoran have decided to put the education act in force with a view of having the children In the several districts properly educated During the past month hundreds of dollars have been earned by the boys and girls and poor people of Nowry and district by gathering blackberries The berries are ex ported to England While at dinner at Bantry Tim othy Coughlan a farmer of Kll crobane was chocked by a piece of moat which stuck in his throat He had traveled to Bangor In company with his daughter who wason her way to America While engaged building a load of corn a welltodo farmer named Thomas Kelly of Gurteen Queens county was taken suddenly ill and toppled off the load to the ground On being picked up by a fellow worker life was found to be ex tinctOne grazlngtarmsIn j Westport on tho estate of the Mar quis of Sago containing 300 acres of good land has been handed over to the tenants for grazing purposes grantedtoAt the Mullaghmoro Petty Sessions two respectable farmers named Michael and Pat Gara of Tlvangh were charged with seriously assault MahanaghTheto see if tho men would settlo the matter among themselves BangorCountyher dress caught on fire and she was Immediately enveloped inflames Her husband hearing her cries at once rushed to her aid horWhenextinctRecently tho very solemn and theGalwaythoRevTilebeautifulattended by largo numbers of the Claddagh fishermen Tho weather on the occasion was very favorable and tho scene on the whole most ImpressiveThe verylucrativeof Galway Recently six of tho boats of the Congested Districts ntalalngfromwhich woro quickly bought Several other boats remained in Aran containing from 9000 to 10000 her rings each and those woro boughtby wire by Galway fish dealers- A pathetic spectacle was recently SouthIsland OMalleypieces on the rocks By tho bravery of the islanders OMalloy was res cued with difficulty but it was atthofamny their living ESCAPES CHOLERA Father Mathew OBrien who re profesorshipin GonoaItalya JohnHIckeyantine Jn that city and Is now on the EuropeFathertheInterestingnYFrancoa four months trip through these places too win return to Cincinnati and await an assignment from tho Archbishop ABLE TO WALK John W Whalen who has been EastSprngsufferingfromto walk and will soon return to his andFoundryJeffersonvUJeWihllont footbadlyINVITES ALL FRIENDS Mrs George Recktenwald will entertain the Surprise Euchre Club of the West End next Tuesday evening Twcntyshcthatreet veryhandsome hocarvedI all friends qf the club to be present o FRANK FEIIRC1I Brewers and Bottlers LO1JISVILLE KY i OTTTT SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it elephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUI8tvILLE tiY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 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Published for the Price Sent in Your Nameii Iii mFRANCHISE TALKS The RateRegulating Commission The initial rates named in the new franchises the assertions of the opponents of the merger notwithstanding will effeut an IM MEDIATE saving to the gas and electric consumers of Louisville And these rates are LOWER than those that prevail in almost any other ciby Not only that but so far as we know THEY ARE TIm LOWEST RATES FIXED BY ANY FRANCHISE IN THEJ UNITED STATESs Put If the pending franchises snfcganrd the publics interest tis thoroughly as we contend that they do then they must provide that these INITIAL rates based upon PRESENT conditions shall bo lowered if under FUTURE conditions the costof gas or electricity is t t roduccd I And that is exactly what the pending franchises DO provide i 1leyprovide for the appointment of a commission of experts to regulate FUTURE rates Six months before the INITIAL rates expire the ccimmission shall commence an investigation upon the result of which the rates for the next four years shall be bused Every four years thereafter a similar ratefixing investigation shall be made t THE COMMISSION CANNOT RAISE RATES e eopt in the ease of fuel gas should the supply of natural gas become exhausted iT MUST LOWER RATES WIIBNEVER IN ITS JUDGIIINk SUCH RATES HAVE BECOME UNREASONABLY HIGH by the re t ductioh of cost of gas or tlectricity due to NEW INVENTIONS or The supply of CnfcAPKU LABOR or MITRIAL TABOR MATERIAL and the ADVANCE of the INDUSTRY the three factors which are to govern rate reductions are the same factors that REGULATE COSTS There is but ONE other factor and that is BRAINS the ability to effect economies not through cheaper labor cheaper materitls costsreducing inventions but through efficient management The I company is we believe entitled to any saving that may be effected by the brainfactor I The Gas and Electric Companies of Louisville 1 I FULL DUTY Good Record Being Made by Division 3- AOH The meeting of Division 3 A 0 H last Friday night was such as would make a record for any society President Con Ford occupied the chair with all the officers present Secretary Will Meehan announced the death of John Burke and after his memory had been eulogized by Vice President James Welsh all benefits were ordered paid Messrs Jolin Ieaney Joseph Lynch and William Meehan were named to prepare a memorial to be presented the family of the deceased member John P Hellon well Iknown in Hibernian circles for many years past forwarded his transfer card which was gladly accepted Communications received Included one from County President Welsh callng the division to the county con vention to be held October 23 at Red Mens Hall Nineteenth and Port land avenue Delegate Joe Lynch submitted a most satisfactory report of the pro ceedings of the State convention In which the work of each day was given In full President Ford called upon John Keaney Edward Kelran William Greanoy Charles Oust and William Meehan who related their Ashland experiences their visits to Ironton Huntlngburg and Catletts burg and also the lasting Impression made by the Hibernian display parade and religious services preced ing the opening of the convention IIAItDSTOWX There was a happy and general observance of Columbus day at Bardstown Nearly all business was suspended and all classes did honor to itho discoverer of America The principal celebration was conducted by the Knights of Columbus and concluded with a banquet at which Attorney Thomas Walsh of this city was the principal speaker His ad dress was eloquent patriotic and witty and was given itho closest at tention throughout Many declared It the best heard In Nelson county for many years MOURN IHS DEATH Many relatives and friends mourn the death of Edward Wlnn which I occurred Monday morning at his home 724 Zane steet He was I forty years old and a son of the late t James and Margaret Wlnn and was welt known and popular among a wide circle of acquaintances Sur viving him are ono sIster Mrs James Duane and three brothers John James and Thomas Wlnn The mornstngchurch sand was very largely at tended HOPKINS THEATER Another of the remarkably onter taming bills that has been crowding the Hopkins Theater daily Is announced 1I for next week at this I I farodto playhouse There Is not a weak turtr on the programme and j nearly every turn will be a laughing one The bill and Matures will be F I IJ changed Thursday and the pictures to be shown are the best that are made GRJNDSPOUT Promised ror Last Week of Autumn Race Meeting TGrand sport is promised for next week at Churchill Downs the last of the Louisville Jockey Clubs autumn meeting Today the Falls City handicap for threeyearolds will be the big race of a most successful week and will bring to the barrier the stars of the turf Six good races are scheduled for every day but the feature races will be the t Cherokee stakes on Tuesday the Golden Rod stakes for twoyearolds on Thursday and the Iroquois handi cap for all ages on Saturday With a continuance of the present fair weather there should be a large attendance every day as for each Secretary Davis has arranged a pro gramme that will bring forth tho best horses tho country has pro duced The mutuels have proven most satisfactory and Messrs Grainger Wlnn and Price have the satisfaction of knowing that this meeting has been the most success ful over held In Kentucky MAOAULKYS Jumping Jupiter with Richard Carle as chief comedian and sup ported by Edna Wallace Hopper comes to Macauleys for the first half of next week The oast is a notable one and in lt he star Is scoring the success of his career For tho last half of the week Honey George Evans and his groat minstrel show will be the Attraction This is a strong combination and has met with favor everywhere MOTION PICTURES The Princess Amusement Company which has control of the best class of motion pictures manufac tured will have for next week the latest and best productions which will be seen at the Casino and Orpheum Theaters with the regular changes of iprogramme Every etc ture 10 be shown will be Interesting and a number of them will cause no little amusement The Casino and Orpheum have earned and are receiving the support of the public IJmCnRE AND SUPPER ladieshavefor Thursday October 27 afternoon and night with an excellent supper at 1411 West Broadway the proceeds of which will be devoted to a most deserving cause Tickets are being sold for twentyfive cents ana a largo number pf handsome prizes have boon donated MISSION A SUCCESS The Rev Father Mark Mosollne of aISt I Rriglda church at Vino prove The attendance has been most gratlfy P exIlctedi Ju row eevnlHg SERIES OF TALKS To Be Given at Division 4 by Rev rather Doyle Division 4 A O H met Monday evening at Bertrand Hall with all officers present except Recording Secretary John J Wlnn and Treas urer Harry Brady President Hen nossy appointing John J Barry to act as Secretary and Lawrence Meanoy as Treasurer Pat Shaugh nessy and John Cavanaugh were ob ligated as members The reports of Financial Secetary Langan and Treasurer Brady were read showing Division 4 Improving financially and numerically Rev Father Doyle the newly elected division Chaplain was present and promised to give the members a series of short talks on religious subjects In the near future The following wore elected as al ternates to the county convention which will be held at Red Meus Hall on Sunday afternoon October 23 William Callaghan James Rellly Lawrence Meaney Fred Mooney and M J McDermott Presi dent Hennessy appointed Thomas J Langan John J Barry and David J Rellly as a committee to draw up revolutions on the death of Record ing Secretary Wlnns brother At the next meeting of Division 4 John E Browne and Joseph McCarthy will render several musical selec tions on the flute and violin AVOUTHV EUCHRE The St Joseph Club announces a grand euchre for next Wednesday night at St Josephs Hall FAst Washington street when many val uable prizes will be awarded The proceeds will be used in Installing electric lights In St Josephs church and a big gathering Is looked for In addition to the games Ice cream evenIngbeingcommittee in charge Includes such well known young men as Will D Chester Charles Weber AI Habich George ileorgle and A HllIerlch BODY IXTEUHED HERE The rematns of John Malta who died Saturday at New Decatur Ala arrived in Louisville Tuesday morn Ing and after funeral services at St Patricks church were interred in St Johns cemetery John Malla was well and favorably known In this city being engaged In the grocery business at Eighth and St Catherine yoarshehe leaves his only sister Mrs Anna Murphy of Now Decatur DEATH FROM SPIDER BITE John Kinney aged eighteen years and residing with his mother and brothers at the 1639 Tyler avenue died Monday night at the City Hos pital of erysipelas said to havo YoungIUnneyhospitallastpoisoning which developed the dis ThoIIromal s being ntqrredlnSt cemetery u rThe Last Dollar spent 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