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I pI KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN r VOLUME XXVNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS r NTI1USDc tI Itt Audience Greets lion Joseph Devlin at the Masonic i Theater n More Than 2000 Raised For the Irish Parliamcutrry I Fund l Bishop ODonaghuc Presides tout Fathers Walsh and 1 Rock SpenleII BIG NIGHT FOR THE IRisH Tho sons and daughters and 1vUlo1 tion tendered Hon Joseph Devlin I M P at Masonic Theater on Friday iII night of last week They are also proud of the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue the clergy and the com mittee led by P H Callahan to whose efforts are due in large measIj ure the success and brilliancy of theE reception A better pleased nor I more enthusiastic audience never before assembled in this city and I the fact that 2000 was contributed to tho Irish Parliamentary fund shows the effect of the eloquent and masterly appeals made by Mr Devlin and Fathers Patrick Walsh and P M J Rock Judge Matt ODoherty in a happy manner presented Bishop ODonag hue who was greeted with rounds of applause Upon taking the chair Bishop ODonaghue said I am very pleased to have the honor of opening the exercises of the evening I am glad to be here to Introduce the speaker who will address you and tell you in brief the story of the historic little island of tho seas and the hopes and aspira tions of her people We have with us a member of Parliament from Ireland who will tell you what her people are trying to do Ireland Is a small country on the map One needs a sharptpolnted stick to point it out on the map of Europe but Us Influence has been felt all over Europe Julius Caesar when toe Invaded England looked across the sea at Ireland and gave some de scription of it I wish he had vis J ited It Somebne has said that he didnt care to cross over to Ireland J IeYbeileJaekDallettArrwtkarijta go Tao speaker tonight will tell you of the hopes of this little country long crushed by the hand of the tyrant hut fated not to die Mr Devlin member of the British Parliament will now address you 1 Mr Devlin held his audience spellbound and said in part- I have come here to America ac companied by my leader and two other members of the IrIsh party In Parliament to arouse once more In this great republic Interest In the cause of Ireland and to present not only to people of our own race but to all true lovers of liberty too story of Irelands struggles to DO free and of the advances she has made toward the liberty she seeks It has been nearly a quarter of a century since one of the elected rep resentatives of Ireland stood on a platform in this Southern city When last an Irish member spoke hero to to the Irish population of Kentucky the movement for home rule in Ireland has Just commenced Charles Stewart Parnell and other Irish leaders had Just begun that great peaceful and constitutional movement which in a quarter of a century has revolutionized every branch of life and Industry In Ire land and has worked a transforma tion of the country The speaker then told of the per secution Ireland suffered for eighty years before the establishment of the Land League and said that Gladstone the mightiest English statesman of the century declared In the House of Commons that no blacker page stands in Englands history than her dissolution of the Irish Parliament In 1800 From the day that Ireland lost her Parliament and her freedo- mSd Mr Devlin for eighty years there was witnessed a tragic and in glorious retrogression in every branch of the countrys activity In eighty years her population dimin ished by half from 9000000 to 4600000 Industries disappeared one by one The land of Ireland was In the possession of 350 men The people called neither their lands nor their souls their own The country sulfforcd two famines A million people in two years died of starve tion and another million were wafted across the seas Many of them died in emigrant ships The remainder are here and their chil dren live and thrive under the glori ous flag of the Stars and Stripes of AmericaIn eighty years there were two revolutions A distinguished Prafestane authority told the people Jt war better to die with arms in their hands than of starvation by the wayside They rose In arms but poor and illequipped as they wore they were beaten and beaten again In their attempts to secure life and liberty for themselves and their chil dren Despondency fell upon th- race e No bright prosneFt felll upon this green little Island Mr Devlin then spoke of the movement Inaugurated hy Charless Stewart Parnell and Michael Davltt the one cold and reserved the other hot and enthusiastic obis zealous soul burning with hatred ofa sye- ttkat emThe had driven lts father and mother from their cabin home when he Waan1Jl8year old They re 1 I tf 1 1 4 solved to try organization in the British Parliament No great revolution said Mr Devlin can boast of a greater settee of achievements than those of these twin patriots and leaders and i their followers in the last twenty years When Davitt laid down the proposition that the land of Ireland should belong to the Irish he was spoken of as a dreamer but in less than a quarter of a century Davltt sat In the gallery of the House of Commons and heard the Speaker announce that an act of Parliament had been passed transferring the whole land of Ireland worn the landlord class to the tillers of the soil The dream of the Idealist was real- Ized Now 300000 Irish farmers are the owners of their farms self respecting citizens with no lord to look up to but the Lord tied above Mr Devlin spoke of the Irish patriots who were cast Into prison and came out of jail to the House of Parliament and witnessed the passage of a statute for advocating which they had been convicted as felons a few years before He told of the improvement in the condition of the people of Ireland since the land has been put Into the hands of 350000 peasants instead of 350 landlords He said it was the recon quest of Ireland that the Irish were retaking by holy conquest the lib erty which England destroyed and the lands she confiscated He spokes of the establishment in Ireland of a great national university open to Catholic and nonCatholic alike and I said that this meant that the men of Ireland would be ready for the responsibilities of citizenship and free government when homo mil comes Ho told of the provision made for pensioning the aged so they would no more have to spend their declining years in the workhouse I The reforms that have been wrought the speaker said are more nearly a miracle than a revolution To those who thought home rule long In coming he said that before the Irish could fight for liberty they had to fight for life and existence The Celtic race was leaving Ireland It was threatened with extinction on Its own soil Once equipped with the material advantages that go to make intelligent cItizenship he said the people will strike hard for that I freedom that Is sure to come He said that Irelands hopes and pros pects were never brighter than they are today that a bill giving home rule to Ireland would pass the elect ed chamber by 12B majority The House of Lords he said has op posed every measure for the good of Ireland for a century and so long I as they crushed Ireland merely they I were secure But when they set otth13IBritiShI budget which would have made the rich boar tUelr just share of the I taxes there 4wfuualmp ita revolution I 1Tbthe Engllafe + scYerRiffenfc Mr Devlin saId that the House of Lords must either give way to the House I ComImonsII Government can not go on unless this power Is taken from the House I of LordsMr I i spoke of the fact that members of the British Parliament receive no compensations from the Government and said that Ireland once sent her rich men to Parla ment until she found that they be ParIllamentaryI of Its representatives The party is maintained In Ireland he saIdIII without asking for outside assistance Assistance is needed though he said to meet the expenses of the Ii frequently recurring elections and contributions to a fund for that pur rcpresentaIUves I I clusion Mr Devlin said The battle we are fighting is as much a battle for the race abroad as for the people at home The Jews hunted into every land have become a race without a fMherland We Ii have been hunted Into every land but the proud little isle of the Western Sea is to be the cradle of toInightI youII that tho war is over the battle ended and Ireland is free And AmericaIreIlandI know it will fall as sweetly on your ears as the sound of the vesper bells calling the children to pray In the happy places of TIp perary SOUTHERN GIRL PEERESS The first wadding In a decade in the far Southland wherein a Scum II ern girl becomes a Peeress will take place in Birmingham Ala either November 8 or 9 in St Pauls Cath olic Cathedral when Miss Bettie Maben daughter of Col and Mrs J C Maben of Birmingham will be led to the altar by Count Mario do Nascimento of the Portuguese Em bassy in Rome Italy Several private cars will bring the bridegrooms party and special friends of tho Maben family from New York Miss Maben was educated In this country and received a finishing course In France and Italy She has spent I the major portion of the last sev eral years in Rome and there she met Count de Kasclmento It has been a thorough love affair Miss Maben even accepting the Counts church Immediately upon her re turn from abroad a few weeks ago she was received Into the Catholic church In St Patricks Cathedral in New York City Archbishop Farley being IPresent j MOVE INTO FINE H011EI Edward Hackett and wife two of the most pc DuJr and widely known residents of New Albany have moved Into their new home corner of East Eleventh and Market streets residence was finished only ltte- ak and IsI one of the handsomest wnd west Bubatantial hameabuilttn yea1lJu BRIGHT Outlook For Ancient Order of Hibernians in Kentucky Metropolis County Convention the Most Successful Ever lIehlln- Louisville Demands Recognition For the Southern States On National Board ABLE OFFICERS WERE CHOSEN The future for the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Loulsvillo is brighter than ever before all the di visions and the Ladles Auxiliary being reported in strong numerical JOSEPH LYNCH County President A O H and financial condlton at the county convention hold Sunday afternoon wereselectedyearsProatdehtJoseph J Lynch of Division 2 Vice President p J Coleman of- Division 31 li ifraiPrReoordla 7 aecy 1 J Keirari of DrJ8 ti 2 Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan of Division 4- TreasurerThomas Walsh of Division 1- President P J Welsh opened the proceedings with prayer and har mony and good will prevailed throughout Secretary Kelran read the quarterly reports showing gains in membership and finances and there being nothing further Presi dent Welsh called the convention naming the following committees- Credentials Thomas Walsh Con Ford P T Sullivan John Hen nessyResolutions William Murphy William Greaney Martin Sheehan and Thomas Lynch Laws Thomas Lawler William Meehan Thomas Slovens William Callaghan Edward Kelran Finance Thomas Keenan Jr Thomas Dolan John Keaney John Hesslon Thomas Langan Grievances D J Coleman Thomas Keenan Sr Joseph Lynch D J Dougherty Michael McDermott After a short recess the session was resumed and the business trans acted rapidly there being no con tests nor grievances The Resolu D J COLEMAN County Vice President A O IL tlons Committee reported favorably resolutions favoring the study of Irish history approving the work of the County Board and tho Kentucky Irish American favoring the organl zatlon of a military company and division social clubs pledging loy alty and support to Joseph Devlin and the Irish Parliamentary party and commending the Ladles Aux t illary for their generosity to tht Irish cause The report was adoptee without a dissenting vote The Laws Committee had little to do the only changes of Importance being that hereafter the mInImum Initiation fee Will be 3 that the wlthlnortxty days following adjournmentt the national body and that the Oeuaty President call a general U J 4 P meeting of all members quarterly the recommendations made thereat to be considered at ftho next County Board meeting Iti was also voted to provide a memorial day in ac cordance with the State and national I laws j The Finance Committee found the hooks of Thomas Keenan Jr and Treasurer Coleman well kept and to correspond In every particular with the treasury well filled The Grievance Committee had no duties to perform but were tendered a vote of thanks for their report Before going Into the election of officers President Welsh In a few farewell remarks commended the board and divisions exState Presi dent Butler and i State Secretary Connolly and at the expiration of his term he thanked them ror their loyal support and ijotlres with the satisfaction of being the friend of them all President Welsh pointed to the bright prospect for multiplic ity in numbers and appealed for sup port for the now officers He also commended the Kentucky Irish American for its work President Welsh urged that a movement be at once started to have the South rep resented on the National Board and also that the property of the County Board be assembled and properly cared for t I The installation of officers fol lowed and after Cigars had been passed short addreses were the or I der the first speaker being oxState President Butler iwho expressed himself highly gratified with the work of the convention and the of ficers chosen wboNwlll show the desired results Hjbernlans should propose for membership only men of morality and good standing and with the Bishop o Louisville as their State Chapla there should be stabllshed many moje divisions and the order attain standing equal toII the1tndjolnlngStatesState thgretlrlngCountyPresIdent said were capable and experienced but they must be prepared for any difficulties that may arise The Sta o officers will i n become act- Ive and push organization work In conclusion he urge ll very member to wear the emblem rof the Ancient trJamesof the progress the study of Irish history had made and expressed the hope that it may be soon taught in j every school Every Hibernian should lend hll aid to the officers and soon ithe soclqtyl will feel the effect In members and influence 1 Thomas Walsh t President ot Division 1 liivitecTlbeifour divisions and their officers tSla reception to be tendered Mrk PSM Callahan on NQvember 15 y he will Jell of his recent trip KtS Ireland Mr Wash also iooir Mated ithe Iii WlAns for UrJiWOng acid gen erOltrtu fJetteJl dldistAfte i hearing from the new officers and thanking those retiring the best county convention ever held here adjourned RECENT DEATHS The funeral ot Mrs Annie Shake beloved wife ot William Shake 610 South Eighteenth street was largely attended Tuesday morning at Sacred Heart church when Father Walsh celebrated the mass of requlom For a long time the deceased had been ill of tuberculosis but when the final summons came was fully pre pared and Is now enjoying a happy eternal rest- Thomas dsI McCluskey fortyone years of age brother of M J Mc Cluskey died Wednesday afternoon atSt Josephs Infirmary after a long illness of cancer He was a native of Shelb county and was held In high esteem by all who knew him He is survived by several brothers and owing lo he distance many relatives will have to come the time for the funeral was not set when this was written The death of Miss Catherine Fallahay beloved daughter of John and Marie Fallahay 1718 Duncan street was a distinct shock to her many friends and relatives Miss Fallahay was twentythree years old and was admired for her pleasing manner and the virtues that adorn young womanhood Besides her par ents she leaves two brothers to mourn her death Her funeral takes place this morning from St Pat ricks the church of her girlhood and life- Helen Catherine the twelveyear old daughter of the late Timothy and Ella Crolley was called to her eternal home Sunday morning leaving a wide circle of friends to mourn her early demise The funeral took place Tuesday morning from the residence of her aunt Mrs Hannah Maurer 2800 Slovln street with re quiem mass at St Columbas church Rev Father Kalaher conducted the solemn obsequies and preached a touching sermon upon death and the uncertainty of life ASHLAND I Cards have been Issued for the WUlen1bergI will be solemnized Wednesday morn ing November 9 at the Holy Fam I ily church at Ashland Thowedding will be one of Interest as the par ties are well and favorably known throughout that section of the State AWFUL FIRE LOSSES A rough estimate of the fire losses upon the national forests In Montana and Northern Idaho upon which the forest officers of the United States Department of Agriculture have been engaged since the fires Vereputl- OUt puts the total amount of timber killed or destroyed la this one die tract at over six billion hoard feet while the area burned over Is put I at over one and a quarter million acres t u o- Ju 0 DISMAYED Republicans Are Resorting to Sublorluge to Secure Votes Bingbams Exposure Makes tire Electian of Judge Miller v Certain Monster Meetings Held and Size ol Majority Only in Doubt BUSINESS MEN FOR THE TICKET The Republicans of this city and county are dismayed and now have no hope of winning in the election to be held two weeks hence When so much Is being said by the THOMAS WALSH County Treasurer A O H Fuslonlst spouters about Hon Swagar Sherley and Judge Shackel ford Miller it would be well for the lovers of law and order to remem ber that If they were to gather all the brains of all these windy people together they would not have enough gray matter to fill one Sherloy or ra1ep entire posse they could hot show as much done for this community or State as that of one ordinary follower of the Democratic standard bearersThe supporters of Messrs McGee and gingham have resorted ito every subterfuge to secure votes but the exposures of the past record of Bob Bingham has resulted in thou sands of men declaring for the Democratic nominees BIngham has been unable to disprove his connec tion with the police cases and his questionable conduct thereafter the charge being that lie accepted fees and then turned his back on his clients Lawyers merchants manu facturers and working men want a man of integrity and principle for the Appellate bench and they have found hIm in Judge Miller They can not overlook Blnghams record which shows that he has been a Democrat Fusionist and Republican anything and everything for the sake of office There is a widespread and grow ing drift from the ranks of the Re publican party to the standard of Hon Swagar Sherley the Democratic nominee for Congress and marked gains for him are looked for in every precinct In this Congressional die THOMAS LANGAN County Financial Secretary A O H tract The real Republicans who believe in straight party principles are sulking and secretly hoping that the Democrats will have such a majority as will put anend to mug wumpery in Louisville and Kentucky h In this campaign the workIngmen are almost a unit for the Democratic nominees They have asked the Re= publicans Jo explain the full dinner pall promised the laboring men and their families but no attention has been paid to them The laboring man also wants the Republicans to tell them why their grocery bills have been Increased 100 per cent during the past few years of Repub lican control while wages have re mained stationary and thousands of Jr idlenessr 1- i u n r what could Wheeler McGee do In Congress Without experience and too old for the position ho would have no influence whatever cspe dally in the next House which will bo Democratic and In which Mr Sherley will be a loader High cost of living the tariff graft disclosures and other things are burning and living issues In this campaign fom which Messrs McGee and Wheeler can not escape This year business men and artisans In all crafts are solidly lined up for the Democratic nonv greaterdegreeknown In many years So far as the most thorough Inquiry Can chew there is no great force at work be neath the surface hero for the Republican ticket Mugwumps have replaced the old leaders In the Re publican party and the only ques tion in doubt is as to the size of the majority that will be given Messrs Sherley and Miller who are the real representatives of the people and entitled to their support- A socalled nonpartisan school ticket circular has been Issued sug gesting five men two of whom Were on former boards which Is being heartily supported by every member of Uncle Sams Boys and the JunIor Order of United American Mechan ics Every fairminded citizen Catholic or iProtestant should tight this ticket In every way and not al low such bigots to capture our schools their sole purpose being to persecute Catholic school teaclien tad make rules objectionable to Catholic children amending public schools The Louisville Herald has been prating In its columns about John Whallen capturing OUT school system and that It will publish the names of men with a Whallen brand on them yet it doesnt dare say a word about the A P As endeavor- Ing to capture the schools The title of A P A ticket was given this crowd by a member of our present School Board and a nonCatholic who stands hIgh in this community A meeting of seventyone cx polico and firemen was held Wednesday evening for the purpose of assisting the Republican ticket among which were exDetective Helmerdlnger exLieut Younger and a number of other GrInstead pro teges and workers This meeting was presided over by Col Haager and Dick James It is being won derod why those other two worthies exLieut Robert Foster and exLieut Julius Luschlnger were not present as their assistance ito the ticket Democratic last year ought to be appreciated This is the same crowd who were calling up saloons and public places last year to see if anyone wanted to bet against the Republican ticket and flaunting bets in ithe Post every day Evidently they havent much faith in orjtlsaGee 7 FAREWELL Cardinal Vannutellls Kind Words For the United States Before sartlng for Rome Cardinal Vincenzo Vannutelli who was Papal Legate to the Eucharistic Congress Issued the following assuring and kindly farewell statement- I have found here a republic that is one in realitynot merely In name like most of the republics in Europe It has been most refresh Ing and inspiring to come in touch with the spirit of Christian Justice and charity that influenced the founders of your Institutions and that at present dominates their de elopment and predestines I am confident their glorious future Within a few weeks I have traveled through the large cities of the West and East and everywhere I have witnessed the greatest possible rev erence for religion and respect for authority both now sadly lacking in some of the old countries of Europe The permanency of your republic Is assured If recognition of God and obedience to authority con tinue to exercise their benign influ ence on American life Naturally I was especially con cerned with the progress of the Cath olic church in the United States The evidences I have seen of the marvelous growth of tho church In this country have Impressed one most profoundly Here unhampered by hostile legislation the church an Infant in years shows all the vitality and strength of a giant I am convinced that the church Is contrib uting In a large measure to the up building of the nation and If she continues to enjoy tho liberty she now possesses she will do still greater things in the future for the welfare of this country her Influence makes for upright citizenship and the stability of government- I know that your extraordinary material wealth and prosperity have a tendency to deaden the finer feel Ings of the soul and the higher fn Btlncts of the mind because com mercialism is by its verynaturo apt to be baneful in its Influence on culture Yet I could not avoid observing the evidences of your deep interest in religion art and learning as shown by your monumental build Pugs your museums your libraries your beautiful churches both Protestant and Catholic WELCOME ARRIVAL There is much rejoicing in the home of Edward F HIckey since the arrival on Tuesday of a haudsora 9 boy visitor from Bahyland Tho proud lather is wearing the smile that lasts and is the busiest man at the Rogers book store not making sales tout receiving congratulations Tomorrow there will be a christen ing and reception for the friends of the new yours Hickey HOME RULE For Ireland Is Now Urged by All Parties in England Conference Will Carry Out King Georges Expressed Wishes Would Crowd With Success De termined and Brilliant Struggles VICTORY FOR THE IRISH PARTY A London cable dispatch to tho Now York World says all the news papers are full of speculation about the decisions of tho constitutional conference which must be reached soon If the conference of which Premier Asqulth and former Premier I Balfour are members comes to any agreement It will be on the line foretold in these despatches The con ference has had five meetings this week LloydGeorge Chancellor of the Exchequer another political leader engaged in the prolonged de liberations yesterday cancelled an engagement to speak at a great Welsh demonstration next Thurs day saying Meetings will serve a more use ful purpose If held after the con ference on constitutional questions has decided ono way or the other The newspapers here are waking up to the fact that the country is on the eve of great constitutional changes involving tho curtailment of the powers of the House of Lords and the proposal by argument of both parties of a scheme of Federal home rule to settle the Irish question The Federal Idea has been advanced to save the face of the Unionist party Really there Is no urgent demand for home rule by England Wales or Scotland But by giving home rule all around the appearance is avoided of granting any special concession to Ireland 1 against which the Unionist party is solemnly pledged Nevertheless the conferences agreement on such a scheme would be an historic victory for the Irish party and would crown with success their long determined and brilliant struggle Tho Worlds London corre spondent has told lu these dlIpatthts thatlttlideonfiddnttalkix tervlew Theodore RooseVelt advised King George to grant home rule to Ireland as essential ito cementing not tho British empire but Irish American sentiment Mr Roosevelt told tho King that the grant of a measure of home rule to Ireland Would range the United States alongside of Britain in any crisis The King urged the advice on tho leaders of both the great British Political parties which wore then in conference only on the constitutional limit of the House of Lords veto a question raised by the Lords veto of LloydGeorges budget for 1910 As long ago as July 10 the World predictedThat the conference will fall to carry out King Georges wishes by agreeing on home rule as a solution of the Irish question is not likely Noting the great change that has taken place T P OConnor explains that this home rule all around movement was Initiated some years ago by the present lord Chancellor then Sir Robert Reid It was at first looked upon askance by tho Irish party and it would not be much liked today if one thing were not clearnamely that home rulo all round must begin with the case w of Ireland and that Ireland shall not be asked to wait one second while British statesmanship Is shap- Ing out the brand new Federal con stitution which home rule all round Involves Any proposal to postpone Irish home rule In such a way would convert the Irish party at once from supporters to opponents of homo rule all round But the master of Ellbank Lloyd George Sir Henry DalzIel and all the other men who support homo rule all round are perfectly awaro of this fact and indeed they them selves fully sympathize with the at titude of the Irish party They aro all good Irish home rulers and have been so all their political lives Home rule all round has Its advan tageous side from the Irish point of view and its perils Its ad vantage is that it puts the Irish case on a more logical and acceptable basis During my recent tour in Canada every Canadian whether Liberal or Conservative oven strong Orangemenwere ready to accept the principle of home rulf provided it were extended all round There is another important fact in its favor it is the dorm in which the majority of the English Tories are ready to accept the principle They have like everybody else come to see the perfect hopelessness of the present system in tho Imperial Par liament MIRACULOUS Hugh McGrody Jr employed at the Quartermasters Depot in Jeffer sonvllle is still alive after a tall of twentyfive feet and has no broken bones McGrody and others were employed on the roof of one of the monster warerooms at the depot And in stepping ion tho fresh paint his feet slipped and he dell twentyfly feet from the roof to the ground be low McGrody was in a semiconscious condition for some time but finally rallied and was able to walk to his home IIa KEQl TUdKY XRISH A1 XOAN 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNfte- veied to the Social and Moral Advancemeraeat of Irish AmerlctM and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mne Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 5C t entered at the LoaUrlll Poitottlc a becoedClan flitter Address all Commeelcatlees tto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West Qreei St LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 92 1910 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES SHACKLEPORD MILLER LISWAGARSflERLEY For Appellate Judge DONT FORGET We can not Impress too strongly up the minds of the Democrats of Jefferson county the fact that we are to elect a Congressman and Appellate Judge In this district at the coming November elctlon This Is a spatter of very great Importance and all Democrats should take a deep Interest in the matter Wie believe Jefferson county can be relied upon to give a larger Democratic majority than usual But we should not be satisfied even with this Let all Democrats get together pull together and work together and give our nominees the largest majority ever before given- IRELANDS STRUGGLE The Irish Standard of Minneapolis take a conservative view of the Lissues that confront the Irish party and the light they are making- I 4 Parliament will meet the fifteenthI of next month and the struggle for it home rule will then be resumed In earnest The Standard expresses the opinion that the Nationalists will again enter the battle equipped In every detail but bearing no flag of truceNot for many years has the Irish cause stood in such a critical condi tion and not for many years has the hope of victory been based on such a logical foundation Conditions are favorable within and without and there seems to be no reason for r restlessnes or fear Factionlsm Is at low tide In Ireland The Irish party Is the party of the people and behind it the people will stand in the coming struggle On the other hand the Tories are showing signs of weakness There Is dissension among them on many policies all of which Is to the advantage of the Irish Nationalists Democracy In England is growing more vigorous r and there is libtle danger that the Liberals will alter their position on the veto of the House of Lords This means further hope for the Irish cause But the reason which has the greatest force of all Is derived from the splendid success which the Irish envoys are meeting with in this country In Buffalo New York City Boston Chicago everywhere thoy gothe representatives of Ireland ark receiving the heartiest encouragement The funds that are pouring in are surpassing the highest expectations And surely nothing could be more reassuring to the leaders in the struggle for home rule than to know that Irish America commends their past efforts has absolute confidence in them and is with them heart and soul In the crisis which they are now facing This enthusiastic support on the part of Irish America will serve to knit the people of Ireland together Into an even more compact unit and wben an election comes the result wUlbe for the good of the Nationalist party There Is another consideration which brightens the hope of the Irish party In the 001111 ing struggle Tho war chest Is well filled The contributions received from America have gone far toward welling the available fund for the nark that ls to be done noW The worm is interested In the coming struggle It Is a contest ofI Tight atpintt an old and unjust Institution whlc 1an enlightened er1Tthrough England Scotland and WaleeLtd whatever changes come banie ruJefOroUe1HWUr ae the first KyeryifclRg OMUftdered tbe Irish paiijr moods ee fist i- tJs tOST LIKE NAME For many years our America- Episcopalians have been restive under their historical designation Protestant It has suggested a lack of serenity says the Milwaukee Citizen an Inharmonious disposition and an eruptive possibility not at all accordant with soft carpets dim religious light and glowing altars They would therefore gently erase it from the scroll and substitute Catholic or American Catholic or better still Holy Catholic Last week the church met at Cincinnati in general convention sixtythree dioceses being represented The motion to wipe Protestant off th ecclesiastical slate and substitute Holy Catholic came within one vote of passing A majority of the clergy voting aye but the lait were so closely divided that the change did not quite carry Encouraged by the closeness of the vote the leading advocates of change of name declared that they would use all their Influence between now and the time of electing dep uties to the next general convention in the effort ito have sUoh deputie- chosen as are favorable to the change Rev Carl E Grammer rector of St Stephens church Philadelphia was the chief speaker in opposition to the change No scholar with any respect for his scholarship nor any student who has respect for his language could favor the name proposed ho said It would put us In a ludicrous a position from which we would be obliged to recede if we advertised ourselves as being that part of th Holy Catholic church known as the Episcopal church It would seem to foreigners as though we were allasinatives d for the reception of Hon Joseph I Devlin are entitled to the thanks of all frlends of the Irsh cause All did their part well and where there were so many It would be Invidious to particularize The result show- that Louisville Is not behind any of her sister cities when appealed to for a worthy cause I The Herald has repudiated its charges against Jailer John R Pflanz and humbly apologizes to that gentleman The Herald knew at the time and knows now that Jailer Bflanz has a record second to none and equal to that of any official who ever served the city county or State The antlWhallen cry of the Post and Herald will not save McGee and BIngham The people are awake ito their interests and wiUnot be misled and IIt is safe to say that with an orderly electon Sherley and Miller will win by a tremendous majority Unbiased observers everywhere see only revolt against the Repiwll can party and victory for the Democrats HOSTILITY WANING According to London dispatche- the Idea of home rule all round as tbe first step toward the realization of a Federal empire appears likely to become a working policy The fact that the London Times has just published a series of articles advo eating compromise urging that the situation Is quite changed since the bloody eighties and that the Unionists might now with dignity acquiesce in although they could not Initiate a policy of home rule shows how Unionist bpttMky towerd borne rule IB waning I It tie UNoJl91 iWfc yely and tfluahM gkir rs TVe a3fdt ii 1D Ji MBB Margaret Conroy has been spending the week visiting friends In Cincinnati Miss Margaret donroy of Clifton was the guest of relatives In Cincin nati last week Mrs J H McConnell of South Louisville left Sunday for a short visit at Big Cllfty John i Wlnn the well known and ipopular Hibernian Is located at Uatonla during the race meeting Messrs Basil Doerhoefer and JI enItucklanslast week Miss Laura Fallon who has been visiting Mrs John Galway In Port land left Saturday for her home In Evanv111e Basil Doerhoefer W H Boardman and J G Kirwan were registered last week at the Hoffman House New York CityiMiss Annie E Morjarty has re turned home after a weeks stay In Lexington She was accompanied by her sister Mrs G L Moccla Harry J Hennessy returned Tues day from Chicago where he had been attending the worlds series be tween Chicago and Philadelphia Misses Eleanor and Margaret Wathen who spent the summer in Europe arrived In the city Sunday and are now at ithclr home on Oak streetS P Owen returned yesterday from a two weeks trip up Green river on a hunting and fishing ex pedition Price is chuck full of fish stories foalsnCrystal of Lafayette who have been visiting Mrs Owen McGuire East Elm street New Albany have returned home Miss Mary Decoursey who was quite till last week at her home In Highland Park Is greatly Improved and her recovery brings relief to her many friends Miss Virginia Phillips entertained at dinner Sunday at her home In Highland Park in honor of Misses Joannette Burns Myrtle Nleman and Llllle Fisher Mrs Ben Johnson State Regent of the D A R and her daughter heroeTuesday From here they went to Frankfort and Bowling Green Mrs James Nolan for the past Iny firmary has been removed to her 011theJames L Hackett one of Louis villes most foremost citizens was spentlastreation at West Baden Springs ans nounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Julia Marie Lawler to William G McShane The wed ding will take place the latter part of November Miss Mary Reese and John Schneider both residents of INew Albany township were united In marriage on Wednesday at St Marys church Rev Father Selbertz performing the ceremony At Lexington on Wednesday there were two weddings of Interest the MaryeSweeney and Miss Anna B Fitz jerald and John H Murray Mrs Frank Hill who has been spending the summer with her father exSenator Albert Charlton and her brother William Charlton on Bank street has returned to ber home at Houston Texas accom ipanled by her motherinlaw Mrs F W Hill Miss Hazel Quirk and David Jones well known young people of unitedsin marriage with a nuptial mass by the Rev Father Curran at Holy Trinity church Tuesday morning The happy couple are now spending their honeymoon In the East The wedding of Miss Margaret Johnson and David Murray of St sOlIemnlchurchitheforming the ceremony Only the immediate members of the two fam ilies were present- Wednesday afternoon the Father White of St RevI Rome church In Clifton O at the marriage of Miss Lena Orth largeasaombiycouple witnessed rbho ceremony and showered them with congratulations sad wishes for a long and happy married life A very pretty wedding was sol emnized at a nuptial mass Monday morning at St Louis Bertrandi church when Miss Rita Keaney became the bride of George M Wilson Rev Father Clark was the officiat lag clergyman and a great gather ing of relatives and friends were ceremonysThe attendants were Messrs Thomas J Keaney Joseph Carey Will Sulli van and James Scally The young couple are exceedingly popular and the best wishes of a legion of friends follow them Into their wedded lICeI LAID TO REST The entire community extends andsonsIn huebandladparted 4hU life Monday After a sillyfin1 native of Ireland but had lIvedlin this city the greater part of his life For many years he conducted a suc cessful grocery business at Seventh and Cawthon from which bo retired on account of ill health Besides his wife two Sons and two daughters survive him The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Louis Bertrands church where a solemn mass of requiem was celebrated for the repose of his soul FIRST VISIT Paducah Makes Preparations Tor Reception of Bishop The Right Rev Denis ODonaghue Bishop of the Louisville diocese will make his first visit to Paducah to morrow when the sacrament of con firmation will be administered to a large class He will be Met at the train by the following committee The Rev H A Connolly pastor of St Frances de Sales church DrB- F Badley John T Donovan Con Ward John Doherty and Capt Mike Williams Three masses will be cele brated and the first communion will be received at 7 a m Immediately after the 930 mass the sacrament of confirmation will be administered by Bishop ODonaghue The class is composed of about 150 members In the afternoon the Bishop will con firm a class at St Johns church In the county SERIES OF EUCHRES Planned by Division 4 A O H for Coming Season Division 4 A 0 H met Monday evening in Bertrand Hall and hoard reports from their officers on the proceedings of the county conven tion a good attendance being pres ent William Callaghan delegate to the Catholic Federation Invited the members of Division 4 to be present at the next meeting of the Federation when Bishop ODonag hue will be their guest The divis ion made arrangements to give a series of euohres In the near future appointedWilliamS J McEllIott Thomas Downey and Thomas Langan as a committee of arrangementsBertrand a son of Assistant Financial Secretary Dave Reilly was obligated and promised to help his father on the degree team Steve McElllobt who has Just returned from his bridal tour entertained the members with an account of his trip After the meeting John E Browne entertained the members with several Irish selections on his flute which were much enjoyed MACAULEVS The offering at Macauleys next week beginning Thursday night will be Ethel Barrymore In her latest success MidChannel Its first time here The Mar will be support ed by a large and strong company and the engagement should beasuccessful one- LONG TRIP ABROAD Dr G Po Beutel Jr returned home Tuesday after a several months tour of Europe The Doc tor says that In all his travels noth ing surpassed the beautiful scenery in the southern part of Ireland While abroad 1Dr Beutel took a course in the famous Edlnburg Uni versity PREVENTS CROWDING The ordinance regulating the number of passengers on a street car in Covington was signed Monday afternoon iby Mayor Craig The street car company was given thirty days for the ordinance to become effective One and onethird the seating capacity of the car will be allowed I WEDDING SURPRISE Dominic Tollman and Miss Eliza beth Keldel stole a march on their friends on October 12 and were quietly married at St Marys church The announcement this week come as a surprise to the many who knew them and bride and groom have been receiving congratulations from all over the city- FINGERS MASHED Thomas Callahan of the No 1 Hook and Ladder Company was painfully hurt Tuesday night while responding to an alarm of fire and may suffer the loss of two fingers While turning the siren horn on the truck his hand was caught in the machinery and badly mashed one of the fingers being almost ground off COVINGTON The annual visitation and blessing I of the graves In St Marys come tory at Covington will take place to morrow afternoon Bishop Maes will conduct the solemn and 1m prepslve ceremonies Unless the weather ifs unpropitious there will be a large assemblage of people to pray foe their departed relatives and friends HOPKINS THEATER Mirth and music and excellent pic thQHtirely new bills will be presented the change of programme being made on Thursday The vaudeville turns will be the equal of any ever seen in the most pretentious theaters and will strengthen the bold this popular playhouse has on the Louisville public BROKE UP PARTY Judge Nicholas Longwortb who used to sit on Ohios Supreme Bench looked unnaturally grave and a neighbor in recognition of his facial depression named a pet owl Judge Ixragwortb It was the very next day that an excited maid broke up ibis wife a garden party Oh made iwwe he Mid Madame Judge I Longwortto has kid sit- O M o tO L UMTS OF UOLUM U8 e- Late I I News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Right Rev Bishop Heffron is now a member of the council at Winona Minnassembled at Farlbault Minn last Sunday where the third degree was exemplified for a large class Tomorrow a new council will be instituted at St Peter Minn Members from all over the State Tomorrow a big initiation will take iplace at Elwood Ind which will be attended by 1000 or more people I Fort Wayne Council presented 1000 steins for the stein booth I at the festival for St Andrews churchMemphis I Knights are enthusiastic InjItlaUonThe council at Galena Ill has H iw one of the finest rooms in the city besides large parlor poolroom and kitchen It Is the Intention of the Indian apolis Knights to spend 80000 In the erection of their building which will be six stories hlgh The first opening at the beauti ful now club house at Milwaukee took place last Saturday with a re caption for the ladles in the afternoon and a smoker for the members in the evening- In the Boston Columbus day parade there were ninetyeight bands 2500 musicians fifteen floats 00000 paraders and 500000 spec tators or nearly the equivalent of fourfifths of the citys population GERMANY Catholic Church Never So Strong In Fatherland as Now Father Phelan of the Western wayhomewrites as follows concerning the present religious conditions in Ger many the original home of the so called Reformation It must be a comfort to the Cath olics of Germany to see the move ment against Christ and his church broughttJis no longer any war against toe producedtheolicity has grown up In the soil en riched by the decayed weeds of the Lutheran heresy The church was never so strong In the Fatherland as now Catholics seem to have re ceived a new Infusion of the spirit of God in all the German lands The conquering spirit of Catholicity Is carrying all before it This is ap parent in the Increasing attendance at all the churchs services but more especially in the spirit and work of the Catholic press It Is coming to be recognized as an axiom in Germany as everywhere erse that Catholicity and religion are con vertible terms and the church is synonymous with Christianity The thoheartsIntelUgentthinking wohnveCongress of Montreal What a con trast What a lesson Christian faith LILLIAN IS SEVERE Lillian Rusoell appearing at Macauleys Is hard on her American sisters American women she declares are the biggest chumps In the world when it comes to buying gowns They are the laughingstock of the Paris modistes who sell them all kinds of freaks and bizarre effects There is no such thIng as style A Well dressed woman wears what becomes her regardless of the passing vogue Every woman should set her own styles Women spend too much on dress A few good gowns are worth a trunkful of shoddy freaks A dress should be ageAfit to rwear on any number of occa ohms American women want too many costumes Women love to dress because they love to control and boss men But American women are learning In a few years they will be the best dressed women in the world The American woman has sense and her artistic taste Is developing rapidly A woman is a chump if she doesnt dress the best that she can without being extravagant In the first place there Is no law governing the style of womens clothes A woman should wear what she looks best in She should first select colors that suit her complexion and figure Then she should have the goods made up so that IIt will bring out her best gracefulWomencall the styles I repeat there Is no such thing as style A woman should be a law unto herself and If she tacks the taste to choose her frocks she should get an artistic dressmaker to do It for her KEEP YOUR SCREENS typhoidfeverIs carried from one person to another by flies Run no risks the danger Is real Fight lIes and if there is typhoid fever in your neighborhood cook all food that could by any chance have been contaminated Do not take off your screens too early Walt until itho last fly has disap peared And do not let stray flies find refuge for the winter in warm corners of your house Experiments recently made at Cambridge Univer sity prove that flies occasionally breed during the winter and that the flies that begin life in the cold weather are very longlived they survive and flourish under condi tions that would put an end to the Jives of summerborn tiles The short Jacket has tee repeat call and to likely to contlaue In favor for some ttoe to eoaat G t cun ingLewisCoN EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP You need the service this store is rendering to men of this dIy The fad that If is needed is proven by the phenomenal growth of the bust ness Ebery customer has our personal attention DAN J HENNESSY la charge of Tailoring Department I GIVE US A CALL 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RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 Spadal309311 Second Street Louisville FOR Furniture Of AllI Kinds at the Lowest Pricesi go to 1 WM e F MAYER 419 W MARKET ST lea Dougherty Email tanning Dougherty fanning COAL COIn- corporoled Pf dII Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of Coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and elllco Ceal NOME PHONE 17831 CUMB 907a YARDS 15TH 8 IA6NOUA 7IH S lAGNOLlKI All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Can and see us I Dire year hays aa ed catlea that will Per pete itttm ferl- Me5TXAYIERS COLLEGE 112 NtllresAxarLraltrilleKyO- srdudedb the XurariM BrothtH OMiMl uielad 9relrw CerrsaPrtpe- awntIr Be TTteJINsrs J +os- u n HIBEQNIANSii What They Have Been Dolrg the Put Weekgeneral News Notes Now comes the division elections Pick out the best men Division 32 of South Boston has two splendid military companies Louisville Hibernians did well their pant for the Devlin reception Our congratulations to the County Board and Division 3 for Its hoe pltalltyNext Wednesday night the ladies Auxiliary will meet for important business Beginning with Division 1 on Tuesday there will be meetings every night till Friday Four new divisions were r reseated at the SIcKoan county con vention held at Bradford Pa I Fort Wayne has Inaugurated a movement to the end that Irish history may be taught in the schools Suffolk county Mass reports over 6000 members and finances in better shape than for many years Th3 Hami fton county convention held In Cincinnati elected Edward T Dixon to the office of County PresidentLadies Auxiliary 4 of Buffalo gave a successful social Monday night for the benefit of St Stephens church carnival The order now owns property and buildings in StLouis and Kansas City approximating 100000 and en tirely free from debt EdwardDowling spletdidtrlbubeThe annual requiem mass of the San Francisco Hibernians for the deceased members will be celebrated on Thanksgiving morning conventions N H skew the order making ad= vances ln both membership and financesThe Auxlllarytenderedto the President Miss Mary Ien StateSecretary dIvisIons hallInowned by the order extended BourkeGockrsn StPMricksThere are thirtyseven divisions of ithe Ladles Auxiliary in Middlesex county Mass The county convention held at Watertown was at tended by 241 delegates Miss Eva Devanney the newly elected State President of the Ohio abooj11lantshe was presented a handsome sll ver mounted traveling bag On the question of national Insur ance many States wave Instructed their delegates to the next national oonventlon rte advocate a plan by whch all members of the order may carry protection for their dependents in case of death Boston divisions are about to erJJ ganize first class military comII panies In each section of the city Inii future parades and exhibitions theI members will have a chance to seeI the result of earnest patient en deavor on the part of the new Ad jutant CkmeralICHARITY OF CHRIST We have before us a book en titled The Charity of Christ and a cursory glance at its pages shows the volume very instructive both to old and young It is divided into six parts the Charity of Christ Charity and Bodily Needs Charity and Ignorance Charity and Correc tion Charity and Sorrow and Char ity and Injury all explained so that the reader may easily understand There are fine Illustrations viz Christ the Consoler Christ Blessing the Children Christ Teaching tiie Multitude and Magdalen at the Feet of Christ The publisher is Peter Reilly 133 Thirteenth street Phila delphia Price fifty cents postage four cents ABOLISHING SLAVERY The White Fathers of Africa are engaged In the great work of free ing from slavery children and adults The European powers have abolished slavery at least the horrible part of the traffic but even yet the mission aries meet thousands of poor un fortunates who have been kidnapped in the tribal wars or have been sold into slavery from motives of superstition VASES AND CRUETS The following is the latest and simplest method I wave used Put into the article to be cleaned a tablespoonful of lye till with water lot stand a couple of days then shake well pour out and rinse with clear water They are then as clean as they can be GREAT TRAVEL There Is a dally average of 818000 passengers to and from Manhattan Island over and under the East river Out of each hun dred sixtysix go by the bridges twenty two by the subway and twelve by the fettles CHEESE FONDU To one cupful of rolled cracker crumbs add a Halt a pint of milk a small cupful of grated cheese the beaten yolks of two eggs anti tine Whites beaten to a stiff froth Mix 1nIFILLING WALL CRACKS Cracks in walls may be filled up JWlIthen be like putty and can be used itbrde18t1OfteuR to use it quickly eatpeh- u Yr irr J JMACAULEVS Thursday Friday and Saturday Night and Saturday Matinee ETHEL BARRYMORE In her New York Succ- essMIDCHANNEL IHOPKINS THEATER High Class Vaudeville AND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows daily Sunday contln ous THE NEW MATINEES Sunday Tuesday Thursday Saturday 15 and 25 AVENUE Starting Sunday Mat Remodeled All I Refurnished Hew Oct 31All I BEVERLY of- GRAUSTAR i Nt4btH IG 2G 50 nod 75 CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre seating only the standard productions historic dramatic and comic CHEERY HEART Though you havent gold or silver Though youve neither land or name Never dream you are not wanted You are needed just the same In ithls world of change and sorrow You may take the valiant part And the world will love and bless you It you have a cheery heart Do not look at clouds and shadows Watch for sunshine day by day Let your tones be full of courage Scatter gladness on the way Up and down the seeming present Learn the dear and precious art How to meet both haps and mishaps Ever with a cheery heart CHOKER COMING Keenly Interested In the Irish Nationalist Question Richard Croker will sail for New York on November 1Qr on pin way to Palm Beaoh He has engaged a luxurious suite on the Baltic and will be accompanied by his niece Mrs Stella Bowman His stay In New York will be of the briefest and he Is anxious to revisit his new home In Florida which has been re ceiving its finishing touches of dec orationMr Croker is keenly interested In the Irish Nationalist question and the house parties at Olencalrn near Dublin where there have been enter tainments on a lavish scale have been discussing home rule even more than horse racing Mrs Bowman has again been singing for various charities in Dublin and is never hap pier than when the house is full of musicians actors or keen polltlcans Mr Croker does not Intend to remain in America as long as he did gotbackto watch his horses preparing for the Leopardstown and Phoenix Park races His determination never to race again on the English turf re mains unshaken according to his friends FEAST OF ALL SAINTS Next Monday Is the vigil of the Feast of All Saints and is therefore a day of abstinence for all Cath olics The usual devoons wilt be held in all the Catholic churches LATEST IN STYLES Veiled offsets continue good style thebibCoat sleeves are exceedingly small and tight at the wrist One sees a good many Persian blouses made of gauze or chiffon Artificial flowers will be worn much with evening got na this win terNever have corduroys and vel veteens been so decidedly the fash IonRibbons are playing p prominent part In the trimming of some of the mate The gown In one piece which excellent offullnesseliminated Many all black costumes are relieved by bright colored satin heels on the shoes- slenderness in effect Is the dom- Inant noto of all the winter styles in coats and sulfa extremely made of taffeta or satin Regarding materials tor hats velvet has first call then follow plushheaverand cloth of gold various furs and plushes FRI II pIi SEAMS An easy way to make French teams In onebltt1H1 time the i way Ukw iBaate sewn toward Ih I wrong tilde of material sad put iin I hwamer IIi machine Tide mAkes a smaller sad seater MM titan you eould possibly make the otter way nil n a IRELAND Record of the Host Important ell tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The epidemic of diphtheria whloh caused a good deal of anxiety In Dundalk and vicinity has abated The last edition of the Dundalk Democrat chronicles the death of John Black Joseph Duffy Lawrence Feehan and Joseph Halpin The result of the revision in each polling district and electoral division galnforAt the temperance mission opened at St Michaels parish in Limerick by the Capuchin Fathers the pledge was administered to over 5000 womenTho I railway guard John Dono rnjureddurIngrlckonSulr has succumbed to his InJurlosAt Urban Council Patrick Daly Assistant Itounty Sur bysixrick Duffy Tho mow railway Tne from Castle blaney to Armagh will shortly be opened up The new platform sig nal cabins and sidings are now re ceiving the finishing toucljjs Caseyat threshingarms was caught between the beaters and practically torn from its socket The United Irish League demon tlIoelargestprominentNatIonalists assembledNotwithstanding the great bulk of growing flax the yield of scutched flax is the worst for many years averaging about two and a half stone per peck whlch would not pay cost of seed and labor fewhoursTyghe Wexford at the age of sev entyeight years Deceased was a self made span whose indomitable industry attalned for him a position of wealth and Influence CaseyMonumentfeale W P Broderick presiding it was stated that the total amount on hand was 5000 A committee was appointed for the purpose of selecting a person to unveil the mon ument which is now completed We regret to announce the death of an old and respected resident of Castleblaynoy the person of Mrs Judith McEneaney Deceased who had reached a ripe old age was a Dins old type of Irish womanhood genial and moat charitable to Gods poor who have lost a true friend Owing to their not having given the necessary number of attendances at the Now Ross Board of Guardians all the members of the Irdono Dis trict Council with the exception of one have been disqualified and as It requires three members to form a quorum the business of the council is at a standstill The transfer on promotion of Miss Lily Clegg from Carrlckmacross to Cavan has created mingled sentiments of regret and pleasure among the general public and in particular among her wide circle of friends and associates During Miss Cleggs connection with tho CarrIck macros office she did her part In farcourtesyofficials have always enjoyed- POLITENESS Your thoughts rre your manners The dull and stupid are never very cultured To toe polite ono must think quickly and clearly To rise When someone enters the room Is to express you thoughts and respect There Is nothing easier than an easy and gracious way when one understands that all the etiquette talk h nothing In the world but a set of rules signifying everyday decency and thoughtfulness SNORING CHILD Snoring is a symptom that should not be neglected in children It shows that there is some obstruction to the free passage of air from the nose to the throat The tonsils may be enlarged and so partially close the passage at its lower opening There may be a polypus or some small tumor in the nasal passage itself or catarrh of the throat or nose or both A physician should be consulted THE CATHOLIO WAY In Belgium which is about the most Catholic country in the world there are no workhouses the convents taking care of the sick the aged and the orphans INJUSTICE We are always doing each other tnjustlce and think better or worse of each other than we dooerve be cause we only meat and see separate words and actions We dont see each others whole nature PROSPERITY OVERDUE Oh ifor the long promised pros perity It is now slated to make Its appearance after the State and Con gressional elections now COAL GOES Now York coal dealers are making provision for the consumption of 4250000 tons of coal during the coming winter VEAL SALAD verytendercold chop line and chop as much celery and cabbage as you have 1 meat maid and half Mix together and pour over this a salad dreeelng 60UIs I IUN a quart of iotnatoea sad boll 4a n quart of water geawmed nrkk salt ipspper a Owft onion and a lath tftMiMoaful of 4rled iwriUf tad M rs YOJS h lk Q n w fRANK FEHR BREWING Cfc Brewers and Bottlers LOUITj7TTTF KY im OUR intiliT SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY mnaouxervzya sa PALLS 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 Cumb West 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone ifij THB WIEDEMANNINCOBPOHATKD BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated 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Wi WALPffT MONON ROUTE BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO BEST LING TO French Lick and Wet Badge Spriifii UNION STATION LOUISVILLB DEARBORN STATIOW CHICAGO I hiIA Mri Mt Irwlerllte Ira tt l J I I- lr f Y KENTUOKYI ISH A ERIOAN SUITSFOR MEN Highest Class Creation Quality Suits- Domesticmade of the very finest and Imported Worsteds and Fine All Wool Velour Cassimeres 15T I On sale one week beginning today and ending Friday THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 StlDetwen Piano Values==Our Methodse In advertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent linesthe course t real worth for theto pursue is selectlnjC a pianoone money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our one price policy must convince even the most doubt Ing of our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We Invite inspections and comparison MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OSBSOOO FOURTH AVENUE uu uu H oIJ We Give a Rebate Ticket Good For 10 Cents in Trade with every purchase of 2 12 Ibs New Blend Coffec50c 1 I2 Ib of New Blend Tea 30c Ilib Baking Powder 40c JOHN M MULLOY Home Phone 1333 Q1 W MARIIDT STREETt 8 NOTICE To the Voters of Louisville You are asked regardless of party affiliations to vote for the issue of bonds for the new hospital at the coming election The undersigned commission composed of two Democrats and two Republicans will have sole charge of the building and equip ment of the hospital and will receive and disburse all funds derived from the sale of thh bonds if voted We pledge our best endeavors toward giving youa modern up todate hospital which will put Louisville on a par with other cities of her class in the matter of caring for the sick poor whose welfare has been heretofore sadly neglected by reason of a hospital build ing our citizens should be ashamed to be longer responsible for Will you help the good cause by your votes and assistance and indicate the same on the coupon below which should be mailed to Thomas D Osborne Room 312 Columbia Building JOHN H LEATHERS Chairman ARTHUR PETER Vice Chairman JOSEPH HUBBUCH SR GILMER S ADAMS TO THE HOSPITAL COMMISSION Jam in favor of the Hospital Bond Issue and agree to work in my prednd on election day for its passage r Signed AJdtess v Ward and Precinct a KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POSTCARDS PICTURE FRAMINO 321 W Jefferson OpplInterurban Station GEHER 6c SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SEW TUB CELEBRATED NORTH STAR REFRIGERATOR The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation The QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that areconsldered deslr ered desirable In a Gas Range The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL It ranks high In the estimation of the Urihltc e44f9I I It I + tt+ t4 I + ttttH+ + 4tH + f + Ht + + t + + + 9t + It If OI WDOIII ALx C1IJIPGsl 845 West Green Street IisQbOlt ut IJIUHH mfcij 1 J SL Lff1dI WARM RACE Mackin Council Reaching the rive Hundred Markt r Mackin Council hold a short meet ing Monday night adjourning out of respect to the memory of Bernard Recktenwald The memobrshlp con test is becoming heated the Lautz team now leading by a small margin Twenty applications were filed and It now seems certain that the 500 mark will be reached before the end of the year From the officers It Is learned that the members will be Invited to a complimentary dance to be given next week by the Social ClubFrom present Indications Novem ber 20 will be a great day for the Catholic young men of the West End On that morning the members of Mackin Council will attend high mass at St Anthonys church and receive holy communion In a body In the afternoon there will be a big Initiation attended by Supreme and Grand officers and visitors from Trinity and Unity Councils This will close the contest which will be celebrated by a grand banquet at night As an inducement to secure applications the council will enter tain as guests all who bring one new member into the order The pro gramme being arranged will soon be completed and will embrace features entirely new to the Y M I PRAISES For the National Presi dent of Ancient Order Minnesota Hibernians and the people of the State are certainly proud of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians and President Regan Editorially the Irish Standard says that since his election as National President of the Anoent Order of Hibernians James J Regan of St Paul has been the recipient of more than tho ordinary honors and yet honors that are his due On Tues day night of last week a magnificent reception was held in St Paul for him The array of names of men high up ln Church and StateArch bishop Ireland Gov Eberhart Sena tor Clapp Representative Stevens Mayor Keller Rev Michael OBrien and many othersIs the best testimony that could be offered to the high place which President Regan holds in the affections of those who know him Every speaker who ad I dressed the gathering had words of praise for the wdrk which he has done both as a citizen of St Paul and as a worker in the great order to the National Presidency of which he has been called In James Regan the Ancient Or der of Hibernians has a faithful friend and advocate and the choice of him for the National Presidency at the Portland convention last July was a merited recognition The spirit which be Puts into the work of organizing and enlarging the order in this State is largely responsible tor the excellent condition In which the Minnesota A O H finds itself The Ancient Order of Hibernians may well pride Itself on Its choice ot- a National President James J Regan Is capable and efficient and not lacking In Interest in the work he has been chosen to carryon MOURN IllS DEATH The entire West End mourns the death of Bernard Recktenwald whose funeral took place Tuesday morning from the Church of Our Lady In Portland Rev Father Con nlff conducting the solemn services Bernard Recktenwald was a model young man a member of the Knights of Columbus and Mackin Council and President of the Church Improvement Society of the Church of Our Lady For the past ten years the deceased had been conhected with the hardware firm of Reckten wald Bros Twentysixth street and Portlandavenue and was one of the best known and most popular young men in the West End He is sur vived by this mother and two sisters Misses Rosa and Flora Recktenwald and one brother A B Recktenwald CONFEREES GET TOGETHER The tInt meeting of the con torches committees of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ger manAmerican Alliance both repre senting the State was held last Sat urday In Turner Hall at Covington for the purpose of forming an or ganization Judge Michael T Shine of the Ancient Order was elected Chairman and Alban Wolff State Secretary of the German Alliance acted as Secretary Anton Geistllch of Louisville former State President of the Alliance was also in at tendance HOME EUCHRE Mrs Catherine Baldwin will entertain the members of the Surprise Euchre Club with a reception at her home 333 North Twentysixth street next Wednesday November 2 For those not playing mere will be an abundance of refreshments and a pleasant hour for all Friends of the members of the club are also cordially Invited to share In the festivitiesII MISSION A SUCCESS Rev Father Ambrose C P of the Sacred Heart Retreat returned the first of the week from Farlew IoWa where he brought to a close on Sunday night one of the most successful missions ever given in the State Every night and at all the services the edifice was crowded with those anxious to hear the elo quent Passlonlst missionary SHELBrVILLE Mrs Mary Delanoy for several years housekeeper for Rev Father John Riley and a ulster of Mrs John Brown of Shelbyvllle died Monday at St Anthonys Hospital after along Illness of cancer She WAS fortyeight years old and was a Woman ref moat excellent character loved and respected by all who knew her IiJ i Lb 1S1 j j SOCIEty DIRECTORY A O E1- DIVISION 1 Meets at Fals City Hall on First and Thirdluesday- PresidentJlhomas I Vice President William Walsh Murphy Recording SecretaryThomas P Lawler if Financial Secretary Thos J Dolan 2129 Portland avenue Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller Sentinel David Whelan s DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Bed Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice President Bayinond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJno J Keaney 1C07 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur phyScntlnclWJ11iam Nash DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thomas J UevensFinancial SecretaryJohn O Hes sion 1710 Baird- TrcasurerDanlel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon SergeantatArms James P Stev ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThos J La an 734 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary DJ KsHly Recording Secretary John J WinnTreasurerHarry Brady CallaghanOutside Sentinel Michael McDer uott Y M x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 ifeets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President John T Kenney First Vice President Dr J A Casper Second Vice President Thomas Bachman y Recording Secretary Robert Os borne Corresponding Secretary William 4 Link Financial SecretaryFrank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalJosephBnrtscbInside Outside Sent clJoseph Stewart i THEATERiUnder the direction of the Messrs Shubert the eminent Englishspeak ing actress Madame Berbha Kallch will fulfill a three nights engagement at the Masonic Theater com mencing November 3 with a matinee Saturday In her latest and most interesting success A Woman of Today Madame Kalich who iIs ranked one of our greatest artists has In the part of Mrs Roxby her present role an opportunity not of fered by any other play that ol Interpreting a modern woman of in infect energy and business ability This Is a role that draws on he unusual emotional resources an dramatic powers as no preceding characterization And as Mrs Rpxby she is Jn every city of the present tour repeating her triumphs of ithe past MOVING PICTURES Moving pictures never before seen here will be presented next week at the Casino and Orpheum theaters Every day and evening these two houses are crowded with delightful patrons who for the time being are transported to all parts of the world and yet are filled with laughter when the comedy films are pre sented Both are enjoyjng a well merited patronage The Orpheum will show pictures of the worlds championship ball games POPE IS WELL A report was current Monday In Rome that Pope Plus X wins india poped from an attack of gout The report later proved lo be unfounded as His Holiness held his usual re captions that day those rerdived In eluding Bishop Kennedy rector of the American College This was the only news received from Rome this week UPON SAND Portugal will learnt as other nations have learned that In Interfer a buildinglrJ r Ct 0 i t1Ly r Rri TRI IT COUNCIL Maps Out Plan For the Y M I Chapel Car Trinity Council YMI held a splendid meeting last Monday night Applications for membership were received from Messrs A Grants and J Schneider The Literary Commit too reported that it had arranged for a mock trial on Monday night November 14 It was announced that an initiation will be held within the next few weeks Clem Waechter was reported well and August Hauger reported Improving Leo Wine resigned as collector owing to change of positions and Joseph Mayer was appointed to take his placeA few weeks ago a committee was Trlnttysendoar The committee has worked out a plan which was favorably received by the council whereby each member of Trinity would be assessed 1 and payments for same could be made quarterly or as a whole This committee reported Monday night that a nice sum had been realized thus far and It was the intention of the council to take up this matter with all the councils In this jurisdic tion and In event the other Jurisdic tions do not cooperate to con tribute the money to the Catholic Church Extension Society to be used by them as they see fit The Dance Committee reported that on Monday night October 31 the coun cil will gave a Halloween chance which it expects to be the banner dance In the history of Trinity Council HALLOWEEN Its Mention Always Suggests a Frolic For the Young The mention of Halloween always suggests a frolic and certainly there Is no other night In the year when gatherings may be made so Informal EO merry and so full of mysticism Even the Invitations sent out should bear the stamp of Informality and mysticism and the place of meeting should be made as quaint as is pos sible A barn or an attic Is really the ideal place and even the celfar 1 ilt good However If the house must be used as in most cases it can by a little contrivance be so trans formed as to lead the guests to Imagine themselves transported possible ing this a stove of some sort and remove from the rooms to be used carpetsWaxfor dancing sanding the floors of the others In real old fashioned style In place of the furniture use wooden bottom settees kitchen chairs and If you can get them a tow old fashioned splint bottomed ones Decorate the walls with sheaves of wheat stalks of autumn leaves and asparagus ferns Also cover the gas fixtures with the greens and In place of the globes use pumpkin lanterns or make tissue paper jack o lanterns using orange paper with red black and whIte paper for the eyes nose and mouth Keep the gas turned dim to simulate pumpkin sible LIKES WORK ENDED Thomas B Casteel a well known and popular machinist at the Louisville Nashville railroad shops died rather unexpectedly Saturday morn ing at the home of his fatherInlaw Benjamin Pike 1144 South Twelfth street of a complication of diseases He had been 111 for several weeks The dead man was twentyeight years of age and had been employed by the Louisville Nashville rail road for ten years He Is survived by his widow Mrs Mary Pike Casteel one daughter aged six MaryMaybrothers Levi William and John Casteel The funeral services were held Monday morning from St Louis Bertrands church and the large at tendance of friends and fellow workmen was a tribute to his memory CHAXTICLEEK CLUB DANCE The Chanticleer Social Club will give one of its series of dances next Thursday evening at Utopian Hall Twentysecond and Garland avenue and as heretofore Collins orchestra will furnish the music the dance music being one of the features cf this popular club The Chanticleer popularda name for themselves and club and their dances are already In big favor with the trippers of the light fantastic too AVENUE THEATER The Avenue Theater has a big production for next week In Bev erly of Graustark a superb scenic drama to be presented by oneof the best companies that will be here this season This play has been seen here before but at high prices and the Indications point to crowded houses The usual matinees will be given and there will be no advance In prices AGAIN AT STORE O Bernard P MUlloy who several months ago was badly Injured by being kicked in the dace toy a horse at his home on the Paoli Pike Just north of New Albany Is slowly Im proving and is able to be tut his place of business on State street a part of the time each day MANY TURNED DOWN Seventy lght members of the present Congress have tailed of a re nomination There has been no such a reduction In a Congressional fester since the disaster to the Repub llcans after the passage of the Mc Klnley tariff bill In 1890 i a f 1 U U 1 WALKOVER SHOES Dainty Delightsi 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