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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i + fJ i i T dk j vtJ1 o VIt fjr t 1 i KENTUCKY 1RSIIi Lt 4MERICAN t VOLUME XXVIINO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURD SEPTEMBER 30 1911 PRICE FIVE CENTS T EUCHARISTIC Congress Convenes at Cincln natt With Noted Prelates f Attending Greatest Catholic Conclave Yet Held Jn the United States Import nt Discussions Solemn Procession and Fine Music Features BISHOP ODONAGHUE IS THERE The Ursullne Sisters of St Ursulas Convent In Cincinnati have furnished an enthusiastic account of the first session of the Catholic University Summer School for teaching Sisters and lay women from which we take the following Among the Sisters gathered there from north to south and from ocean to ocean of this vast continent and trained In orders and congregations owing their existence to founders and foundresses from all over the world among the reverend profes sors and their coworkers brought from many lands and alma maters there yet breathed forth but qne spirit one heart one soul a truly divine unity In allembracing CatholicityAs Shahan received those streams of Sisters pouring Into the university grounds on the two days previous to the actual opening of the summer school there may well have flashed across his mental vision the similitude of the river lock withdrawn and the consequent pouring forth of all the waters The Catholic University has withdrawn Its barriers and the teaching Sisters of the United States and Canada have joyfully entered and overflowed Its halls But this is hardly a fair comparison because the Catholic University has done so much more than merely open Its gates It has extended to us we will not say a royall but a Christian welcome The sense of the timeliness of this summer school of the gaping need It now begins to fill of the great promise It holdp forth and the consequent feelings of relief eontentmentrven Joy seemed to rise from all hearts like an i essence prevadlng the at mosphere How many of us said tlrsj4o our own souls and then more expansively to each other Happily now no more universities and professors and correspondence courses for us but those provided by Holy Mother Church The exigencies of the times are making such demands upon the teaching Sisters as to strain their en durance to the snapping point To save the faith of our children and often Indeed of their parents the grade schools ae not enough The Catholic Educational Association In Chicago last July sufficiently demonstrated that Catholic high schools must follow In every city and town over this vast country and high school and academy teachers should themselves have had a college educa tion Hence for another twentyfive years to come in order to prepare the needed teachers and establish the new high schools labors even heroic are called for and every assistance possible from God and Holy Mother Church They have come to our aid In this present action of the Catholic University of America The classes of the summer school began promptly as soheduled on July 3 and continued In an orderly and systematic way not expected In the Initial stage of any undertaking The thirteen courses In education were especially rich But perhaps what touched the Sisters most of all was the evident solicitude of the Right Rev Rector and his reverend associates that all should be earned on with reverent regard to the consecrated religious life of the Sisters They were given full opportunity for their various re ligious exercises at least morning and evening and at any time Inter course with Our Blessed Lord In the tabernacle The beautiful chapel of Divinity Hall is endeared to them by precious graces received there not the least of which were the fervent exhortations delivered bjr the Right Reverend Rector on the duties and privileges of the religious life 4 Of the professors it is only truth to say that their evident ability their devotion to their work and the generosity with which they gave their time are beyond praise It was palpable that Gods blessing hovered lovingly over this first session of the summer school Peace pervaded all Us halls that peace which the world can not give and even Joy ikfcause enough for rejoicing It was a groat need supplied it was a new work begun for God and souls di vine love united all hearts and held forth rainbow promise of Gods con tinued benediction One of the Bisters remarked that It seemed as if something of the spirit of the first Christians lived among ns there In Divinity and McMahon Halls aticl who will gainsay herTn remains now for all to do what they can to further the success of the Sisters College already begun under Im mna difficulties but with the inde fatigable zeal of those whose labors lInd jirayeri have at lasi brought It i jiVut Every great work has its jtomJtn and we allinoy to whose untirlrig zeal thet corrfltponderjce coiirw 1tdthe Summer tloMiland flMB 9taterV Colfcfce WF etpe6 tll- 11rllnev ttod prosper them all aid thej Catholic University of America now truly our alma mater In acocrdance with the preliminary announcement the school was OPen only to the teaching sisterhoods and to women teachers in public or private schools The total regIstra- tion was 284 of this number 2SI5 were religious representing twenty three orders or congregations twentynine Were lay teachers Ac cording to nationality the United States had 274 representatives Can ada nine England one Kentucky had seven representatives ANNIVERSARY Services at Sfc Frances of Rome Church Next Sunday Tomorrow Rev Thomas White and the people of St Frances of Rome parish will celebrate in a worthy and impressive manner the twentyfourth anniversary of the dedication of their church When Father White started his mission twentyfour years ago Clifton was in the country and his congregation was indeed small To day the church stands in the center of one of Louisvilles most beautiful and prosperous suburbs and Is taxed to the utmost to make room for the congregation that surrounds It The celebration will begin with the solemn high mass tomorrow morning which wil Ibe sung by Father White vesperslandwhen many of the local clergy will be present A special musical pro gramme has been arranged for the excellent choir for the services which will be attended by people from all parts of the city In the evening the sermon will be preached by the Rev Eugene Donahue of the Cathedral and it Is expected iBlshop ODonag hue will grace the occasion with his presence The Crescent Hill cars stop at the church entrance and if necessary will run extra- sCOVINGTON Imposing Parade of Holy Name Societies Last Sunday Last Sunday was an ideal day for the Holy Name Society parade at Covington which assumed monster proportions and surpassed all expec tations The many societies in line turned out their full strength and rered vldedj Into four divisions headed by the Knights ofSt John in dress uniform individuals on horse back automobiles carriages etc bringing up the rear Judge M T Shine was the Grand Marshal as sIsted by the following aides James W Maloney James E Day John F stendorf Edward Neff E J Maloney E J Taylor John B Dillon John J Seller Joseph Coyne Harry Klaene R L Kinney John S Glenn John J Collopy L J Ante Joseph itegeman Ben Kreutzkamp John lembrodt Isadore Owens E J Doran John Potter Lawrence Walsh J H Koshln and W B Cullen The line of march passed all the churches and ended at Goebel Park where the exercises took place There the opening address was made by E J Kennedy of West Covington Presi dent of tho Diocesan League of Holy Name Societies who was followed by the Very Rev L F Kearney O P and the Right Rev Bishop C P Macs Passing the churches the bells of each were run- gTABLET Will Commemorate Deeds of First Irish Gov=ernor The memorial tablet to GOT Thomas Dongan a massive bronze plate inscribed with the record of his accomplishments as Colonial Governor of New York which is to be placed on one of the pillars of old St Peters church on Barclay street will be unveiled with cere monies appropriate to the historical Importance of the occasion on Sunday afternoon October 8 His Grace Archbishop Farley the Right Rev MonsIgnor Mooney and thd Right Rev Monsignor McGean rector of St Peters church as well as many other dignitaries of the New York diocese have signified their Intention of participating In the ceremonies Gov John A Dix and Mayor William I Gaynor have accepted the invita- tIons of the Dpngdn Memorial Tablet Committee and a short address from each is promised MEMORIAL TO ARCHBISHOP Several friends have given the BUnlot 1000 to the Marquette league with which to erect a mission chapel to be called St Patricks as a memorial to the late Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia whdse interest In the Indians was always strong The mission of Medicine Lake Mont has been chosen by the league Work on the building has begun and It will be completed in time for dedication next St Patricks day It will seat at least 200 persons FATHER OSULLIVANS MISSION The mission which opened last Sunday at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament on East Washlngton street will come to a solemn close tomorrow evening ThIs Ma been one of the Wost Wucceisful mfwilonii the Jomlnlctn falhetlIhave yet con ucted tlv thl clty and TFattfer rSulHvatt ih gooff WptorV 1flti hl1ilrlta er th 1eULc- J Ii PARNELL Monster Demonstration in Dublin at Unveiling of His Monument will Reaffirm Countrys Adlie sionto Erins Undying Cause Ireland Now Nearing the Con summation of Her Long Struggle THE DAYS OF BITTERNESS ASF Arrangements have been made allover Ireland for a monster demon stration in Dublin on the occasion of the unvalllng of the Parnell monument Every county and every par ish will be represented and all the Nationalist public bodies of the country will be present in full strength In fact it looks as If all- Nationalist Ireland will be there to pay a tribute of respect to the mem ory of the great chief and to reaf firm the countrys adhesion to the undying cause he spent his Ufo In laboring for- Commenting upon this the Dun dalk Democrat says the years that have passed since Parnell died have wiped out the memory of the sad and bitter days that followed his fall The enmities then engendered be tween Nationalists have disappeared Those who followed Parnell and stood by him in his last herolo fight against English dictation have been Justified by the course of political events since then No one presumes to deny that they fought for a great fundamental political principle They have observed the truce of 1900 in the letter and the spirit They have worked loyally with the masses of their fellowcountrymen who were for ten years estranged from them and in this great national tribute to Parnells memory they will cooper ate cordially with them The Parnell split indeed may have been to our country a blessing in disguise It checked the National movement for a decade and rendered Irelands strength Impotent It brought into Irish politics a spirit that had during Parnells day of power existed only eatmngedgOodIIrishmen at leastsupported It In days when Ireland was united and disciplined But if It did all this It helped to weed out the unworthy and half hearted It brought to the surface the disaffection and disloyalty that public opinion had hitherto kept flown but which was there all the time It strengthened the movement by purifying It for the men and the elements that have worked since Parnells day to promote friction and discord for selfish ends must have shown themselves at some timeand reIIsultsspread their spirit of disloyalty through the masses of the people Today they are outside the Irish movement for Irishmen have had twenty years experience of them and have been taught by that experience Irishmen have learned to discriminate between those who opposed Parnell on what they con sldered patriotic grounds and those who turned upon him to advance their own base designs and selfish Interests and whose vile tongues and vIler minds were responsible for the bitterness that marked the early days of the great Irish political chasm Today that bitterness has long passed Irishmen recognize only the lofty alms the strenuous service the mighty achievements of the great Irish Tribune History has placed Parnell In a niche all his own amongst the leaders who successively arose to guide the Irish people on the path to freedom We are near Ing the consummation of our strug gles Had Parnell lived we might have reached dt sooner But were It not for him many a generation of Irishmen might have come and gone and seen Ireland wallowing in that slough of discord and Whlggery from which he raised his fellow countrymen The great lesson of his life may be summed up In the words unity selfreliance selfdenial but above all unity The vast army that he disciplined and banded to gether was the weapon by which he wrung concession after concession from English statesmen It lives after him and If Its discipline Is not so keen its bond of union less strong the fault is ours Let us as we join In honoring the memory of this great Irish leader and patriot resolve to follow steadfastly the path he showed us to strengthen the bonds of fellowship that should bind all true Nationalists to keep the ranks unbroken and to show onco more that grand united front to our coun trys enemtes that will win the vIe tory in the final struggle that is before us If we fall In that our tribute to Parnells memory will be a mockery and a sham for we shall be rejecting his teaching and his policy dud helping to destroy the great movement which he built up and guldedIBELLEVUE I The Bachelor QlUb of Phil Sheri tii Council Y MI of Belleyue has jut atnjtaln d a heavy lose In- jnenbIhIp During the present moUth little Dim Cupid ibMJ1 U L11 iIJ7 l ro- o I buzzing around fShorldans club house and has caitured Past Presi dent John Hue Charles Bricking and Raymond Helm nwho have been boosters for the YJ5M I Phll Sheridan Council has enjoyed a steady growth since sectoring Its own home Ten new members were Initiated during the past tyro months and several others are on the waiting list The members now contemplate put ting an addition t4 their property In the way of a gymnasium with all modern equipment JONAIt1iO ThE Surprises Unionists Corning Out Ftor Home 9le Sir A Conan OYle having been asked to write a lletter In support or the Ulster Unionists to be ieadat the opening meeting of their anti home rule campaign In Belfast Sat urday stunned thorn by declaring his adhesion to hom rule He said I have twice Untested Parlia mentary seats as a Unionist but on each occasion carefully defined my own position that homo rule would only be safe with in altered economic amongthelocal representative Institutions al ready given them toad been ad equately tested It sems to me these conditions are now fairly well complied with England which is Just recovering from a period of absolute anarchy IB not in a position to citicize Ireland There are other anti more general considerations which have profoundly altered the whole Irish question One Is the apparently complete success of home rule in South Africa This has had a great Influence upon my mind for the animosities in Ireland are tepid compared with the boiling racial passion which existed only ten years ago In Africa I think a solid loyal Ireland Is the one thing the empire needs to make it Impregnable and I believe that the mep of the North will have patriotism so broad and enlightened that they will understand this and will sacrifice for the moment their racial and religious feelings in the conviction that they are truly serving the empire There may be an element of risk In home rule but we ran the risk In Canada and Africa so surely we need not fear after two successes to try It once again I believe that after an experience of united friendly Ireland toothing would in duce the North togo back to the old conditions JLord Norjtpn aiUnloni3t 3eer says he now has an open iritmToh home rule which he bitterly opposed th ast time RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Josephine Schoo beloved daughter of Mr and Mrs J Henry Schoo 524 Fehr aye nue took place Monday morning from St Boniface church Miss Schoo was tewntyone years old and tier death Is mourned by a wide circle of friends and relatives with whom she was a grat favorite Besides her parents she is survived by four brothers Clem Henry Joseph and Ollie Schoo and three sisters Mrs Fred Michael Mrs Joseph Oldlges and Miss Mayme Schoo A long line of carriages accompanied 4he remains to St Mlqhaels cemetery where they were tenderly laid to rest Monday night the sad news was received here of the death at Birm ingham Ala of Miss Mary Foley a former highly esteemed resident of this city and relative of Mrs Nicholas Holleran 1824 High avenue When leaving Louisville many years ago the deceased requested that when God summoned her she be burled here Her remains arrived Tuesday and Wednesday morning the funeral took place from St Patricks church Rev Father CronIn celebrating the solemn requiem mass The funeral of Fred Beagel the fifteenyearold son of John and Kate Beagel 3128 West Madison Btreet was held Thursday morning from St Columbas church Rev John Kalaher officiating at the re quiem services To the bereaved parents many friends tender their sincere sympathy The death of James Garvey Jr of 2109 St Xavier street brought profound grief to his many friends and relatives as there appeared a bright future before him The fu neral took place Monday morning from the Cathedral and was largely attended DISGRACEFUL The students of the Kentucky State University at Lexington last Friday afternoon observed Yltha mock funeral the fourth anniversary of the disappearance of Willis Smith which caused such a sensation four years ago The services were conducted by the senior class who when Smith disappeared belonged to the freshman class of which Smith was a member Six pallbearers entered the chapel carrying a coffin headed by the university band the other members of the senior class following In solemn procession The coffin was placed Upon the rostrum draped In black and covered with Ivy leaves It bore the inscription W E Smith Departed September 2208 Requiescat in Pace Thomas Earl Class President spokes a few appropriate words over the coffin and the farce ended by the students giving nine rabs This may be a new educational feature utlnS1 onO thfttwouId disgrace any college or university NeVer are suck prpeeeilinji8 heard of in a Cath die lri tltuVlon rJ J I ENCOURAGED Wore Those Who Visited Catli olio University Summer School Its Five Weeks Session Proves Surprising and Notable Success Sisters ot the Teaching Orders Welcome This Excellent Institution CAUSE ENOUGH FOR REJOICING Nationwide attention of the clergy and laity of the Catholic church of America was directed toward Cincinnati this week when the fifth fatlonal Eucharistic Congress con onThursdaymornlng ession The event will be the reatest Catholic religious conclave ever held in that city and probably ho most important In entire Amen can Catholicism during the past decade Fully onethird of the hierarchy of the United States gath ered to promote the principles of the Priests Eucharistic League and hold Important discussions on the general advanceemnt of Catholic doctrine in this country Six Archbishops In- cludIng Most Rev John Ireland of St Paul Minn Most Rev John M Parley of New York and Most Rev John J Glennon f St Louisrep resenting half the entire number of Archbishops of the country and more than twentyfive Bishops In addition to several hundred priests of the Cincinnati archdiocese will make the congress in the words of Archbishop Moeller go down in history as ohe of the grandest among the national eucharistic gatherings and tie a magnificent public mani festation of faith love and devotion to the Blessed Sacrament on the part of the Catholics of the United StatesThe national congress Is second in Importance only to the international conferences none of which have ever been held In the United States The fact that Bishop Camlllus P Maes of Covington is Lord Pro tector or head of the American branch of the Eucharlstic League makes tMev n here bf paftlcular Significance Rev Francis Varel mann of St Elizabeths church Is Director of the Cincinnati League The purpose of the order which has made Itself felt throughout Roman Catholicism is to stimulate a greater devotion to the Blessed Sacrament or the Eucharistic Lord so that It may be universally recognized as the central dogma of the faith around which the numerous other devotions as of the Blessed Virgin and the saints shall revolve At the present time the Eucharist Is generally con sidered as the Important devotion In the Catholic faith but it is the aim of the league of which nearly every priest in the world is a member to accentuate the devotion to an even greater extent and make it paramount among the laity as well as clergy With this object In view the congress will be an expounding and demonstrating of the Blessed Sacrament or Eucharistic Lord By virtue of a rescript received from Rome by Archbishop Moeller the Catholic laity of Cincinnati had the privilege of assisting at votive masses of the Eucharist during the congress This rare concession from the Pope was obtained through the Sacred Congregation of Rites at Rome and also carries with It a Papal permission giving the Arch bishop the faculty of administering the Apostolic benediction- In his appeal to the ecclesiastical and lay members of the archdiocese the Archbishop requested that every rector in Cincinnati make an effort to have his church edifice suitably decorated during the four days of the congress with the Papal colors white and yellow and American flags This heralded the occasion to every visitor In the city Every Catholic church belt in the city rang for five minutes following the oepnlng of the congress Because of the approaching celebration of the golden anniversary of his ordination Cardinal Gibbons was unable to attend the gatherings and Apostolic Delegate Falconlo of Washington was also prevented from taking part However the most noted prelates of the country were present to lend a dignity to the occasion seldom equaled in religious gatherings in the United States This morning the Right Rev Denis ODon aghue Bishop of Louisville will celebrate the Pontifical high miss at which Bishop Schrembs will preacb the sermon By far the most impressive ritual observance will be the solemn pro cession of the Blessed Sacrament and benediction on the grounds of the arohleplscopal residence at Nor wood Heights This ceremony will take place tocorrow afternoon and bring the conclave to a close More than 1000 men will be In lneIhepresence of the Blessed Sacrament which will be carried In the prodes Blon will make the occasion one of deep significance and reverence to the more than 10000 Catholics who will congregate at the Arcchbishops home to take part In the final serw Ice More than 600 uniformed mOrn bars of Various Catholic societies will also be in line In addition id the several hundred prelatesl aiiif priestS They wjll proceed solemnly to tile ehantlnx of seminarians from 8ti TeUr and Paul ehuroh tp the o- I residence grounds nearby upon which will be erected an altar Here a most impressive ceremony will be celebrated Rev Robert B Condon of LaCrosse well known as an orator will deliver the hermon This out door benediction Is expected to at tract the largest gathering of Catholics ever seen In Cincinnati HOLOCAUST ThreeValiant Firemen Are CaughtUnder Falling Walis In the holocaust that destroyed three buildings on Main street last Saturday night the Louisville tire de partment suffered Its greatest loss In recent years Three valiant members of the Salvage Corps Richard VirgilFergusoncaught under falling walls while Assistant Chief Sheehan Capt Bundschu and others were seriously injured and narrowly escaped the fate of their three fellow fire fighters It was late Sunday morning before the bodies were recovered when they were removed to their respective homes and prepared for burial While the death of all was sad that of Hardiman was pathetic He was a native of Ireland where ho leaves an aged father and mother and two brothers and one sister John Michael and Kate Hardiman who do not yet know his awful fate Hardi man had resided here for the past seven years Besides a brother William Hardiman three sisters Mrs Anthony Henehan Mrs Daniel OKeefo and Mrs Patrick OBrien all of this city and Patrick Hardiman of Philadelphia also survive him The funeral took place from St Cecilias church and the feeling sermon of Rev Philip Brady brought tears to every eye of the many present to pay a tribute to a man whom to now was to respect APPRECIATED Autograph Letter and Picture For Rev rather Fclten Rev Francis Felten pastor ef the new St Augustines church for col ored people at Thirteenth and Broafl way is the proud possessor of an autograph letter and picture from the Most Rev Dlomede Falconlo the Apostolic Delegate which he re celved from Washington last Satur day The picture Is a large sized one and encased In antelegatitframil will occupy a prominent place In the rectory Following Is the letter written and signed by Monsignor Falconlo himself Apostolic Delegation Washing ton D C Sept 21 1911Rev and Dear Father By the same mall I am sending you my photograph which you will please accept as a token of my gratitude for your courtesy to me on the occasion of my visit to Louisville May God bless you D FALCONIO Apostolic Delegate Father Felten left Sunday to take a needed and deserved rest and will send two weeks visiting friends and elatlves INITIATION Planned For Last Monday In October by Division Four Division 4 A O H met last Mop day evening at Bertrand Hall with President John H Hennessy In tie chair and a good attendance of members present It was decided to make preparations for an initiation at the last meeting in next month being Monday October 23 there being quite a large class awaiting the degrees and about ten other applies tions to be acted on before that date The degree team will begin re hearsals immediately and Capt T J Langan of the guards will notify all members of the team the exact dates of rehearsal The entertainment committee has also been notl tiled to get busy and will have a sur- prIse programme for that night In addition to refreshments Thomas Dignan one of the old warhorses of Division 4 made a few remarks and M J Moriarty was obligated by the President BARS CIGARETTES Cigarettesmoking students of the University of Notre Dame at Notre Dame Indi on Wednesday came tin der the official ban of the faculty The sole penalty provided for users on the campus the streets or In the residence hall is suspension accord Ing to notice posted on the unl varsity bulletin and signed by Presl dent Cavanaugh There was little protest against the new rule The posting of the strict order had been preceded by rumors and the cigar otto users among the students had prepared for It by buying pipes The nonsmokers and athletic coaches greeted the order with Joy Members of the faculty are said to have been unanimous In voting against cigars ottes PRESIIFNT TAFT nkITED- On President Taftg visit to Chi cago he may attend the dance of tthe Irish Choral Society attheLnSalle Hotel October 28 WIn a committee from the society waited tnJpn ob11 in Pebria las Frldar the Presldent said he would be there If It were possible tOIO arrange his ugagentent a C n STARTLING ExposureBrings Judge ORear Into a Most Equivocal Position Apostle ot Prohibition Wants Distillers to Support Him Every Democrat Should Regis ter Ills Name Tuesday OB Wednesday OWSLEY SPEAKS HERE TONIGHT The people of Kentucky were startled this week when it became known that Judge Edward C ORear the Republican candidate for Gov ernor who would make Kentucky a prohibition State was apparently in league with and seeking the support ot the whisky Interests Since taking the stump Judge ORear has espoused the cause of the Prohibitionists pleading night and day for the extension of the county unit When the letter of Col J W McCulloch of Owensboro the President of tho Kentucky Distillers Association was made public on Tuesday the sup porters of the Republican candidate were thrown into a panic They are now at a loss to know where they and Inconsistencyhasfore and should bring many thou sands to the support of the Demo cratic ticket the candidates on which are meeting the people everywhere and frankly and honestly stating their position While Judge ORear has positively refused to discuss na speechesColsays that victory In November will not only mean a Republican State longer than we live but at the next meeting of Kentucky Legislature It will give us another United States Senator He declares that It will aid In the renomination of Taft in 1912 He declares that the eyes of the national organization are centered on this campaign and that It is the duty of all Republicans to come to the aid of the State ticket If this does not place ORear In the ranks ofthe demagogueaothingviI1 Next Tuesday arid Wednesday haVo been set apart as registration days and It Is the duty of every Democrat to see that his name is on the books In the precinct in which he resides This is an Important duty and should not be overlooked It should be remembered by everyone that condi tions this year are entirely different The Democrats are thoroughly aroused conflden and enthusiastic the Republicans are divided into fac tions discouraged and disorganized All of the old party leaders who gare spirit and character to the Democracy In the past are back In the ranks again taking their places with the boys in the trenches and asking no recognition except tho right to vote and work for the success of the ticket This is as significant as It is gratifying It means mat thousands of those who In other years kept aloof from the party because thev differed with it on some question of policy have organized among themselves a homecoming that will have fruition in November Here in Louisville there is tho utmost harmony and the local ticket that will be named will be one that will command the support and rp spect of all Interests centered In Louisville For the city offices the present Incumbents will nearly all be renoininated as they have given the people an administration that has been in every way satisfactory and has been everywhere marked by progress and honesty Tonight the campaign will be opened In Louisville with a monster mass meeting in Masonic Temple at which the Hon A O Stanley of Henderson will be the principal speaker Hon James B McCreary candidate foi Governor and Hon Edward J McDermoft candidate for Lieutenant Governor will also ad dress this meeting The fact that Congressman Stanley who Is a recognized leader in the House of Rep resentatives will bo hero should pack theMasonic from pit to dome ALUMNI REUNION Many Catholic dignitaries took part in the ceremonies of the twelfth annual reunion of the Alumni Association of Mt St Marys Seminary of the West at Elenor Ohio last Wednepday Archblshpp Moeller Bishops iSlatz Macs Chartard Chartrand and ECelly and a large number ot priests attended The programme opened with a Pontifical high mass the Right Rev Bishop Matz being the celebrant Arch- bishOp Moeller delivered the iddress of welcome preceding the business fConnormaster The association has a memo bership of almost 500 all of whom have been graduated from StL Marys Seminary Rev Joseph A Shea pi Cinolfanati Is President rthE a K sedationl PRISON CONGRESS Ufm1 IQcol1wlnnonSqrtda4 L o ttFh x- Mf I TFc I7Tl a a I r1U ff i1 1 KENXu iY I J AME I i J KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN CaIYellesAnrleditYeSecislsef r MeaaltiolahyInstitute and Catholic Knights of rKMTUCKY IRI- iUE1SCRIPTION H AMERICAN PfllNTlNQ CO Ieorporated uMUhere PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY d- oi BMered st theleahvIHe PIteHl4e a StiClti flattM AMreMiMCeMMluUssi tie tfce KENltJCIj IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West OrCM St ADESEI 0N COUNCIL Y LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1911 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET For United States Senator rrOLLIE M JAMES of Crittendon For jvernorIJAME3 B MCREARY of Madison For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J MDERMOTT of Jefferson For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA of Logan For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH- of Fayette For Attorney General JAMES GARNETT- of Adair For Secretary of State C F CRECELIUS- of Pendleton For Superintendent of Public In struction BARiKSDALE HAMLETT of Christian For CommlssIoHer of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN- of Woodford For Clerk of Court of Appeals R L GREENE of Bracken MISSTATED The articles that have been appearing in the dally papers concerning some unimproved property held by the Catholic church In Louisville are more sensational than truthful and would lead unknowing ones to believe that the Vicar General Rev James P Cronin of St Patricks was about to engage in the real estate business The truth of the matter is that the church has a few lots that may not 4 be available for church or educa tional purposes and these will per haps be disposed of when offers justifying their sale are received In the list published were some lots where the church has no interest at all We can say there is no haste in this matter or any dissatisfaction with the payment of taxes It is not surprising that the church should acquire property for 4ts work or that It should dispose of some when It b found not adapted to Its purposes This is all there 1 is to this subjec- that has been given such prominence In the secular press- AMERICAS DISGRACE Gradually but surely the Prot estant sects are coming to the Catholic position upon the divorce question Tuesday night the Louis ville Presbytery held its first session In the Presbyterian church at Tay lorsvlllo when the retiring Moderator n Elder Fred Gernard gave utterance to the following The disregard for the marriage vow has become Americas greatest disgrace When ithe churches quit I the ihalrspllttlne arguments on theology and take up tho subject pure living there will be such ofII awakening for Christ as the has never seen Purity plus wisdom U the foundation of all religion and the rock upon which the church is founded The purity and wisdom that all should possess will be found in the Catholic church which protects the family and homo of all alike To Elder Gernard and the Presbyterians we would suggest that they fully and freely investigate the Catholic doc rlnfl upon the subject of divorce The reiult will be that they can not eon Mlentloucly oppose the doctrine the one true church teaches Unless oon eurbg this awful evUwlU work Itreparable 4fni to the people of this country from which it frill take- manygenerattoneto recover INJURED VORKMEN Aquestion that ii luat now being vtartT ilwsueeed Is CompeawUon fort 1 J1ouft4JI wHutlon The rise ot the iajured employe to wo Juit pHIIOworthy J that even the etpHaltoto tteit 4fctI same prorieion Aoirtd to made br law for ca y it 1IimlacIflf speaking from our present forced Industrial conditions Modern inventive genius creates dangerous pursuits In which the chief object la to quicken the rate of production In these employments the workman risks life and limb Machinery has proved a great benefit to the world It Is true but it also has reaped a cruel harvest from the lives of the workers Ten per cent of Injured workmen In this country receive compensation 90 per cent must shift for I themselves The difficulty in ekelng out a living is apparent since they are deprived wholly or in part of earning I capacity This should not be so A compensation law has been found feasible elsewhere The United iI States which is par excellence the worklngmans country should not beII I I 1employe1 of importance to the workman it Is a question of justice As soon as In- Jured I workers receive the benefit oft j I a compensation law the sooner will the breach between capital and labor be closed HANDS IT TO BAKU The Denver Catholic Registe plays no favorites and frequentlyr hands out some hot ones This it i one of Its latest shots and it ihlts the bulls eye Everyone in the nation has heard of Divine Rights Baer the President of the Reading Railroad Company tho poor miners of Pennsylvanli know him best Now he has arrested for selling badeggsh Swill sell oven himself and ibis own It appears that the railroad sells the putrid eggs left on its hands by con- sIgnees Would it not be a sigh worth seeing if he were tied to i pillar in some Pennsylvania statlo- and the wives and daughters of thi starved miners were furnished the eggs and told to go ahead 1 The suggestion made by a Sew an encouraged b the Evening Post and Herald that the Democrats Indorse Judge Bingham for reelection as Judgo of the Chancery should be spurned by the Democrat- as It would be a violation of the firstt principles of Democracy which gives the people the right to choose officials The local Democratic Committee should turn a deaf ear to thi I partylisIn the first place and in tho second Instance it would have not been made If he or his organs thought the Republican party had a chance GeneratCouncil should have better reason than tho mere wish of the real state agents before annexing more country territory to Louisville Extending the city limits would Increase taxes farmIlands11 added expense to the city Unable to give proper and needed protection throughou its present territory we fail to see how more can bo justl cared for There is a prevailing opinion that this movement of th real estate men is made for the rcall estate men Louisville Just now ha all the territory she can well occupy IThe dally papers and their alleged correspondents have called another consistory for the creation of new Cardinals This one they say will be held soon after the first of the new year These people hav been guessing for several years past and know no more now than they didI jI at the beginning Pope Plus will call the consistory and until he does we may expect a continuationof this guesswork I The Deaconess Hospital did no help Its reputation by the denial that Mrs Nora Hunt Isert died at that Institution and that she suffered from pellagra Every eftontwas made at secrecy for what reason Is not known but the facts were brought I out by the death certificate filed with the Board of Health England IB greatly reJoledover the defoatof the reciprocity treaty between the United States and Can tada This should open the eyes ofr hands aeroae the sea advo Jour England IB the same today I I as when we fought and whipped1 her J It it worty of note everywhereI thai the Holy Name ocietieg areI iliac ebfort to eellpeel the Holy- meD proaeastoneof3aatyMr ii Germany tat oc pted Alb G- 7a J- If 0 tateet TxeiKfc j ponala er Morocco anA thus tears for IrII war are lvatN Tie actkm was andshowsboth side Wl6 statesmanship The impression made last Sunday by the Holy Name Society parade atc Covington will be lasting This is one instance in which oursmaller elsII ter city has it en Louisvilledt What has Judge ORear to say for the Bowling Green Republicans who have nominated a wet city ticket I II With him it is any old thing to get office I I About the saddest part of the fall I season is that we have the football and the rahrah boys with us MILES KEHOEIi Succumbs to Paralysis at His Home in New Albany Miles Kehoe for many years aI prominent contractor in New Albany died Monday morning at his home at East Twelfth and Main aUeets in that city His death was duo to paralysis by which he was stricken on the Thursday night preceding At first It was believed that ho could survive the effects of the stroke but Saturday night he suffered a relapse after which he gradually sank Mr Kehoe was seventyfour years of age and had lived in New Albany of which he was a native for fiftyseven surd three daughters They are William Miles and Owen Kehoe and Misses Julia Ella and Mamie Kehoe Mr Trinitytmany years e funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from Holy Trinity and was attended by a large number of relatives and friends of the family TheI Rev Charles Curran the rector con ducted the service The body was taken to Holy Trinity cemetery to burial and those who served as pallbearers t f were Charles Day Augusts l Smith Lafayette Frederick FredI I Sauer Edward Fitzpatrick andI Arthur Hegewald OKEEFE TICKNER Last Monday morning at 63I oclock the marriage of Miss Ann riI V OKeefe and James Oliver Tlckne- n was quietly solemnized at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Rev Father Daniel OSullivan officiating j Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple repaired to the home of the brides mother on MellwooiI avenue where a delightful wedding bridalll party and a few Intimate friends The nitride Is the pretty and attractive daughter of Mrs John OKeefe and 1by her grace of manner and delightfully charming perronrllty has won andproedI hosts of friends who join inwtshln j i justII embarked The groom is one of the valued and efficient members of th Kentucky Distilleries and Warehous- n e Company After a short trip through wits1 be at home to their friends at 108I Clifton avenue where the groom has already prepared a beautiful littler home for the reception of his charm Ing bridetosREADY FOR BIG EUCHRE I The officers and members of St Louis Bertrand Court Catholic Order I arrangementIr the season which will take place att I Bertrand Hall Sixth street near Oak on Wednesday evening 1118 This is the second court of th e order instituted In Louisville andI as this Is its first public affair noth- Ing will be left undone that wouldI i add to the pleasure of those who at I tend There will be a splendid prize Hat many of them unique and costly euchre is tho first to be given11ThIsI Hall and will be undo the direction of Messrs Harry Fisher Dr C A Edelen and E EI Lannlng IUSEFUL LIFE CLOSED I Patrick Ansbro a native of Ire eland but for many years a success fast and respected resident ot Jotters l sonvl11e was called by the Grin Reaper last Saturday following an Illness of uraemlc poisoning Besides his wife he leaves one daughter wh- i 1ls the wife of Councilman Jouri Kipper He also leaves one brother William Ansbro of Louisville engaged in the monument business and prominent in the Ancient Order ofr Hibernians of which the decease- e was also an honored member TheI funeral was held from St Augustines I church of which deceased was a life jlong member Father John OCon nell officiating at the solemnl obsequies CALLED ON SAD MISSION Tuesdatbyy fort avenue who conducts a private detective agency conveyed mews of the death at Washington D C of Jefferson McQueen a brother of Mrs Donahue The dead man was twentytwo years of age and for merly resided in Louisville The cause of ibis death was not stated f the message Mr and Mrs Dona hue left at once for Washington TRINITY COUNCIL It has been the custom of Trinity Council Y M Ij to entertain their frjenda every fall with a mammoth euchre lotto and dente and this hallIworkedformer retards It will take place on Thursday October 5 at the clubhouse Ratter and Morton ars tues Xktebre will be played In trite afternoon at 230 and nt itifht euchre lotto and daactar vial begin at 8J8Q An unusually llarge and hand soma flatd of prJl jrlil be 41IF trlbnted a r u r S06IETY 710 iIt8 tIO I IMrs John ReillY of Zane street has entirely recovered from her recent illness Miss Louise Shelley entertained her bridge club at her home Thurs ay afternoon Fleming Slack a prominent rest dent of Owensboro has been spend ing a few days here I Mr and Mrg A J Lynch wore In I New York City last week registered at the Arlington Hotel I I Mrs John P Hanley of Clifton will leave soon for an extended visit to friends In Dallas Texas I I James T Shelley is out after an Illness of several days duo to an at tack of ptomaine poisoning Mrs James McDonough and daugh ter Miss Margaret are visiting friends in Birmingham Ala Edward F Higgins of the Illinois Central freight department Is visit I ing relatives In Chicago this weekIII Miss Mary Virginia Campbell asii returned from a pleasant visit to Dr Arch Cox and Mrs Cox at Bardstown Councilman M J McDermott has Just returned from a visit to Jackson I where he is Interested in some i estate reaII Miss Mary G Ridge returned I week from Bedford Ind where she has been spending the summer months Misses Ruth and Willie Belle i Gale of St Louis arrived Sunday to be the guests of Miss Bertha Ford fin South Louisville Mrs Laura McNerney of 629 South First street has returned from a six months visit to friends at Little Rock Ark Indianapolisrhas been visiting her parents Mr an Mrs Devore Broy in Jeltersonvill- for the past week IMiss Edna Coll of JeffersonvilleI has been entertaining as her gues Miss Boulah Herren a pretty and popular Oblcagoglr1i I 0Edward Ii anrwere recent guests of Mrs J r Sullivan of Sixth street Mrs Charles Crush and daughter1 Miss Lyla Crush have returned from a visit of three months to friends in Chicago and Indianapolis Mrs William Spaulding who wa horn last week visiting Mrs B SI Mattingly at her home In the High lands has returned to Lebanon hegr s week Miss Adah Carr a leader in the social circles of Covington 01Ivee will take place at the Cathedral on Wednesday evening October 4 at 7 oclockMrs George W Kremer and chil1 dren Elizabeth and George Jr are home from Butte Mont where they spent the summer with Mrs W M Tuohy Hon James P Edwards and brldn have returned from their European wedding trip and are receiving their friends at their elegant home Car final Hill bitser s home in Covington after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs L Donahue on Third street Miss Louise Daniel of Meadow brook has gone to Frankfort to spend several weeks and before re- turnIng will visit Mrs James CastI gan at Elkhorn Miss Mary Klrwln of Galway If land who has been visiting cousin Miss Margaret Dumott is herI with her sister Mrs A OBrien 1In South Loulayllle Miss Mary Decoursey had as vi itors at her home in Highland Park during the week Just passed Miss Annie Madden and William Malden Maro guerlte Ryan of the city Cai t Thomas F Coleman and sis ters Misses Nanno and Katherine Coleman have returned from a three Pondt Coleman at Brookllrio Mass Capt Coleman spent two months in Eur ope visiting London Paris and Berlin on business The marriage of Miss Laura Bau and Ernest Seller took place Wednes day afternoon at St Williams church Rev Father Ford performed the ceremony In the presence of a gathering of friends of the bride and groom who were the recipients of many hearty congratulations The stork visited the Riley home 525 North Twentieth street and left there a pretty girl baby who which Is most rejoiced over her ar Granda father P T Sullivan Mother andI child are doing nicely and have been showered with congratulations from friends Invitations luaus been issued to the marriage of Miss Alice Marie Joyce daughter of Mr arid Mrs John Joyce and Charles D Rodman which will be solemnized on Tuesday morn ing in St Agnes church at Ashland Wis After the honeymoon Mr andI Mrs Rodman will make their home at the Seelbtek 0 William JfiBWdwJn sad bride who Brae Mta Xvelyn Mealier haveI returned from aa honeymoon trip tta Chicago and the North and will maket their hon e at J the residence of theII I rJ NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY GLOB AUTUMN 2013 was at St Rev V G the Mr is of tho firm of Miss and J was In will be in next at St and with a mass at 630 the and at the will for Old by to New and East ern On 20 will go to on her a de at her East The were with and La roses the Miss at the bowl who were Ida and Bax Irm and and Will Phil Tack Sei bert John e W K T J Me ln Y M I ever and to first In the at a at with W A and J as of thee rival The next will take on the i eand will b to a of 100 to re the the In its that it can be to and the In The was of the but the were to that the on the sick list R T e and were was to the by to all and were ST Last St on its with a mass a In the and s and in thQ The Rev of the was the of the et as the sub I the for his Our The is one of the dan of the was the The was and of the in tho M J who at 839 was one this he was told that was a die call tar him at T at and but on his out it was kind of a and a for the The tion was by r who had to sup port the mak ing his talk he too over come to The will in St on at the mass next will be by a of will the ser mons on and t A prey in the at In the of tail on the of I a atwag In the ten the fact that alie was a tie late the u MEETING Palls City Handicap Today Cheroke Stakes Next Thursday Endurance Stakes Saturday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 215 OCLOCK brides parents Rowan street Their marriage solemnized Patricks church Father Cronin performing ceremony Baldwin senior member plumbing Baldwin Moeller Margaret Hennessy Jerome Driscoll whose engage ment announced these columns united marriage Tuesday morning Johns church Clay Walnut streets nuptial oclock After ceremony breakfast brides residence they leave Point Comfort thence steamer York other points their return about October they house keeping Christy avenue iMiss Irene Schmitt entertained Thursday evening with lightful dance home 1031 Brecklnrldge street tables artistically decorated candelabras Francp color scheme being PInk Mary McCann presided punch Those attended Misses Irene Schmitt Serena Blandford Edna Mattingly Minnie Blandford Lucy Veeneman Gertrude FInnegan MarIe Donnelly Edna Bartman Gocke Marguerite Weber Mary Waterman Mary McCann Nora Mary Agnes Peake Mary Lawrence Alma Donnelly Anna Hepp Goldie GeIger Mary Blumers Kimmel Rosanna McCann Messrs Bernard Blandford Charles Gocke Reddington Hager Carlyle Schmitt Joseph Hund Owen McCann John Hennessy Fred Glanz Harrison Henry Watermann Joseph Kelly HenryJMessrslandMartin Augustus PeaksHWORKING For Another Hundred Can didates Por Mac sCouncil Mackin Council busy determined keep place order largely tended meeting Monday night inaug urated another membership contest Secretary Link George Lautz captains teams Initiation place second Sunday November every effort made have class ceive degrees With largest membership history President Robertson feels confident increased 1000 thus make Mackin strongest Catholic society Louisville other business usual routine order members gratified learn menbers Messrs Joseph Gathof Riddle Koertner William Craven somewhat improved Attention called dances given Mackin Social Club which their lady friends invited anCHAELS Sunday Michaels church Brook street celebrated forty fifty anniversary Jubilee morning solemn vespers benediction evening Martin OConnor pastor church celebran thoSacred Heart Retreat deacon Father Ambrose preached anniversary sermon choosing subject Patron Saint church oldest buildings 9her1sHoly Cross church former pastor edifice thronged many pioneer members took part celebration RING FOR LIEUTENANT eLieut Leamey resides Seventh street surprised evening past week when there long tance telephone DrI John Chawks office Seventh Broadway arrival found another hfmfriends admirers being present with handsome diamond ring genial Lieutenant presenta speech made Senato- Mark Ryan nearly dazed Lieutenant while little being respond FORTY HOURS PRAYER- s Forty Hours adoration begin Georges church Eighteenth street high Sunday morning continuing until Tuesday Father WelHthe pastor assisted number priests who preach Sunday Monday PARNELLS SISTER DROWNED London dispatch brings formation that inquest held IKramcorabe county Devon Saturday body woman known Palmer who drowned while bathing rough revealed realty Catherine Anna PurMtll allKerot Charles Stewart Parnell noted Irish leader Sh- ernltfto101an intrepid Mmmer THE BEST THE LATEST FOR THE LEAST We are showing this season in Ladies Duchess Boots the snappiest styles in all the finest Leathers and Cloths in t Button or lace High and Low Tops At the same popular prices that appeal to all Special attentionA given to fitting children New Home for the Celebrated EMERSON Shoes for Men For Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville VOLZ MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET STREET GREflOERS BUSINESS SGfiOOL SECOND AND BREOKINRIDGE SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OP THE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN This school is fortunate in having both the best Bookkeeping and Shorthand systems taught in Louisville We would be glad to have you call and see us and we think you will appreciate the claims we make PrincipaldG HER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET Offer Their Complete Line of the Latest Improved STOVES AND RANGES Gas Ranges Gas and O K Heaters Especial attention isi drawn to their line of Stoves and Ranges made In Louisville KNIGHTS OF CflllWf Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where axe Twenty candidates received the first degree last week at Denver Wisconsin District Deputies are planning to hold laymens retreats in that State next summer After Columbus day the two Mil waukee councils will have a combined membership of over 1300 Supreme Knight Flaherty was the guest of the Rhode Island members ProvidenceeTho council at Denver will have a great civic parade as one the features of the Columbus day celebration Slrectorsswill meet in Boston on October 10 and will witness the Columbus day celebration there It has been decided to repeat the lecture course this wInter and each of the thirtyseven councils in Wis consin has the privilege of choosing a lecture or a mission Besides the Initiation of 200 dnto the second and third degrees at Mil waukee on October 12 there will be initiations of classes In a numbe of other Wisconsin cities The New York Chapter will open a grand bazar Monday night in the Twelfth Regiment Armory the object being to raise funds for the estab lishment of a building as a central headquarters for the order In the great metropolis The bazar will continuo two weeks Elaborate preparations are made for the Columbus day celebration at Providence It will include a parade in the forenoon band concerts in the Afternoon a banquet display of fire works band concerts and illumina tion iOt the Federal Hill district at night It is expected that 12000 men will march In the parade MACION SOCIAL DANCES Mackin Council Social Club will glue the second of its series of fall dances at the club house next Thurs invitar may secure bers of the club The supervision over these social receptions is a guarantee of their success They area source of great enjoyment to the young people as well as many some what advanced in years HAPPY UNION Ono of the prettiest weddings of the year at Ellzabethtown was that of Miss Nora C Medley and Silas Hayden solemnized Tuesday morn Ing at St Johns church wJth a nuptial mass the Rev Father J J Abell otficatlng Miss Edna Jenkins and William French were the attendants The bride Is the daughter of S A Medley and a young lady of many accomplishments Mr Hayden Is a prominent and success llul young man with a host of friends RB8UMBS Ills CHARGB The Rev Father Hugh Daly UUti tltlJamesreturned to his charge after uadtr e n u i EUCHRE BERTRAND HALL SIXTH AND OAK UNDER AUSPICES St Louis Bertrand Court Catholic Order of Foresters Pleasant Evening For Everybody COMMITTEE Harry Fisher Dr C A Edelen E E tanning THOMAS KEENAN Fungal Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AU call promptly attended to day or night carriage urnlihed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET S- TMONUMENTS We are now receiving from Barre Vermont three ear loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Tease give us a call MULDOON v t Monument Company 813 W Green St Louisville Ky Giias fl Rooers it s BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our tine of goods They are the finest of their Wad II the city Ms Magazines Mtf ReNgtMK Mick or JITYDOIUPrIOX 934 West Jefferson Strut D- ICing mn operation at Sti Josephs IB fortW9jolt over hit reooyery lJJ u OSmi i I a- LTor t Y 1 I ff tit 1 Pt i k nJ r 0 r t l r i LJ ti j r11snJaLi r1 0r i ft BE SURE TO CALL FOR Iw McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield K w C D J DOUGHI RTY S J MCBLLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT A Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Aniwirid Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tI I t t I I It It tI tI to It It t tit t t ft t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS SS mast Main Street 0 Gran W Smithssly AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETO TELEPHONE 810 r FORF Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER f 419 W MARKET ST Independent All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH F LADY EMBALMER y Waiting and Dressing Ladles and Children a Spedalty DUMB PHONE SOUTH 000 All the late and new Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices I Call and see us ROBERT GMBRiDE With J W Bellsteln C- oFIREINSURANCE r Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses- lieleotroPef Etc L Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST u1P 550 SFOURTHAVE80th BROSI1M1ORTHRa LIQUORSDhWlen M Ila FlBMt Brands of Ken tucky 1Vblt1dpcIa- lyPearlI of NelsonBOTTLKDPIN BOND I mam t54tlXTtIjo PITTSBURG COAL 375 PER TONTE- LEPHONE DoushertyLanninff COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED FIFTEENTH AND MAGNOLIA ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be prompt and satisfactory We are prepared to furnish ice quantity i AMERICANIce INCORPORATnDiN E Cor Pearl and Floyd Street Catholic Order of Foresters Greatest Catholic Fraternal Insurance Order In the World Members In Good Standing 150000 DeathbsssJits paid linn organized 13852000 JOIN NOW WM C ALUIHAH State Organizer 27181 W Jeff HENRY MOLD BHAISR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty VMM PkMt 4Wt 524 W WALNUT i JJLBrownfieldGo 1 553 THIRD ST EIIIDleflnd G aMr actor STEAM and HOT WATER HEATING D nt Build Without 5lnSt Me HM Pb M TIM ACTIVITY jV Marked Meeting of Trinity Council on Monday Night v Trinity Council Y M L had a well attended meeting Monday even- Ing at which time applications for membership were received from Louis Eberle and Michael Welsh Val Rampp and Fre Braun who were on the sick list were reported well an- Al Veith and Frank Nelder were reported Improving The Dance Com mittee by their Chairman Coleman Ridge reported that the first dance of the fall series would be given September 28 He also reported that the work on resurfacing the dance floor would be completed on time and it Is expected that Trinitys floor will surpass any in the city Henry Dries Chairman of the fall euchre and lotto to be given October 5 reported that the work was well 1In hand and that the committee will have the largest list of prizes In the history of the council It was also reported that a metal ceiling In the eUchre hall was completed several days ago and that the painting in the hall would also be completed on time Trinity will have an Initiation on October 22 by the State degree team SURPRISE ON ANNIVERSARY Mr and Mrs Stephen J McElllott were given a surprise linen shower and euchre at their residence 718 West Oak street last Wednesday evening a large delegation of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America headed by President Andy Kast taking them wholly by surprise It being their first wedding annl versary A special committee had to be appointed to find Mr McElllott He was finally located 4n a nearby picture show and was forced to confess that he had even forgotten It was his wedding anniversary The euchre prize winners were William J Con nelly and Miss Mary Byrnes TICKLE THE EDITOR There is a new game called Tickle the Editor You take an ordinary sheet of writing paper o- rwhichyoutfolcarefully ItI order soilaI check or a postoffice ciently large to pay all arrearages and a year or more in advance and aecanc betheplayed by mall Now is the time to play the jokeExchange CLERICAL CHANGES Father Nicholas Ryan for sometime Past stationed at St Thomas has been transferred to Rhodelia Meade county to take the place ofjj Rev Father Raoux who will leave I for a lengthy visit to his old home I in France In the hope of regaining his health Father Dillonr Who been chaplain at the OLeary hasII will succeed Father Ryan at Thomas and for the present priests of the city will celebrate the masses at the home YOUNG LADIES EUCHRE The young ladies of St Anthonys congregation are making great preparations for a euchre and beanbag affair to be given at the school hall Twentythird and Market on Monday October 29 Many prizes 1 will be awarded one being a 5 gold piece Many tickets are being sold and a successful euchre seems assured HONORED HIS MEMORY The funeral of Bernard Macke aged fiftytwo years Circuit Clerk ofI Kenton county was held I morning at St Josephs church InII Covington Out of respect to the memory of the Clerk both Circuit Courts adjourned Tuesday morning until Saturday CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in the sudden death of our brother Richard Hardiman Especially do we wish to thank the Rev Philip Brady for his kind words of sympathy also the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians acid Mackln Council YM I the members of the Salvage Corps and the Louisville Fire department the donors of floral designs and all those who In any way assisted in lightening out heavy burden Sisters and Brothers INDIGNANT RETORT An old countrywoman and her daughter went into a shop in town to buy a bonnet When she had purchased the bonnet the milliner turning to the woman said What about a sailor for your daughter meaning of course a hat The woman turning to the milliner Indignantly retorted What about a aojer for yerself WHEN FRYING VEAL When frying veal either steaks or chops first dip the meat in a little sweet milk Then place It Ii a frying pan containing hot butter or a mixture of hot butter and lard Fry over a good Sire and see the results The milk causes the meat to brown beautifully and imparts to It a de licious flavor and unusual tender reel Veal friend in this way browns quickly and the Juice of the meat is retained which is not the case when frying is continued for a loog time COCOA FUDGE One and on half cups sugar one half cup of sweet milk A small piece of butter six teaspoon of cocoa 6o half t MMpoon of vanilla Mix sugar and coco and odd milk Let boH Urrtof oit wont burn Add butter tmH vamliVa Whoa 4t form coldawater take from fire and b tTbU makes It eramr Pour In buttered dna and mark In Murrea T WEXFORD i One County In Ireland That Has Long Played a Part In History Mountain Fringes Hills and Give It Aspect a Diversified PlaiDsI Scene of Cruel Massacre of Women and Children by Tyrant Cromwell r ABOUNDS INTERESTING RUINS I The County Wexford Is lIltyvoII miles long froni Hook boundary near Coolgreary New Ross to Car sore Point iis twentynine miles broad It has s nII population of 123854 The Wexford is Danish the old form is Welsflord The Gaelic name is LochQarmonk The northwest mar gin has a grand mountain fringe On the northern frontier the Wlcklow Mountains subsiding toward the south send spurs and offshoots Into Wexford The southeast angle of the county which Includes the baron ies of Fourth and Bargy Is almost a dead level The rest of the countyI is a plain dlversllfed by ridges and hills I IBetween Wexford and Carlow run I the ranges of Mount Lelnster which are 2610 feet high and Blackstalrs 2409 feet high Tara Hill which is 826 feet tall stands quite lIletaoh near the coast three miles edII of Corey It is very oonsplcuous commands a fine view The coast isI low and for the most part sandy in terrupted In a few places by fringes of rock but is much indented by inlets Kilmlchael Point in the north only slightly projecting I marks the beginning of the Wexford I coast The IRaven Point and RossI llare Point stand at opposite sides of Wexford harbor and are at the extremities i of two long sandy penln sulas Hook Head Is the end of a long rockfringed peninsula which defines Waterford harbor on the east at the point is tho ancient Tower of Hook now converted Into aII lighthouse I I In Ladys Island Bay near Cam1 InInlehcontains the ruins of a castle built I by the AngloRoman adventurers I Dhe bays are full of little isles that teem with historic and legendary in terest Wexford harbor at the I mouth of the Slaney river is large and sheltered but shallow and sandy The county Is plentifully watered by rivers and streams Among them are the Barrow the Pollmounty the Slaney the Sulr the Mountain ithe Clody the Derry the Bann the Sow the Owenavor ragh the Owenduff and the Corack riversWexford has a population of about 12000 and is the assize town It was the first place of any conse quence taken by the AngloNormans In the reign of Henry II Ennls corthy situated on the slope of a steep hill that rises over the Slaney contains the ruin of a fine Anglo Norman castle and also some abbey ruins Other pretty towns dn the county are New Ross Newtownbarry I Duncannon Gorey and Ferns last named place derives its TheI from a church founded there ini I sixth century by the celebrated Aldon who was also called Maldoc I its first Bishop on a site granted him by Branduf King of Leinster I Copper ore is found at Kerlage rear the town of Wexford and lead i ore is found at Calm northwest of Enniscorthy Sliver was formerly mined at Clonmines near the head of Bannow Bay and the abandoned mines are still to be seen The descendants of Enna Klnsella cenIturygave their name to a large territoryI in Leinster which Included a portion of Wexford The greatII the old district is etlll preserved by the Mountain Croghan Klnsella The I southern Hy Fellmy who after the tenth century took the family name of OMurcady now Murphy were seated In the present barony of1 I Ballaghkeon The barony of preserves the name of the old ForthI tory of Fotharta Overlooking the historic town of Ennlscorthy ds the equally historicIVinegar Hill an eelvatlon a feet in height This spot Is noted for the bloody conflicts that occurred there in the rebellion of 1798 The halfarmed and poorly led peasants heM their own for a time against i 2 00 00 wellarmed British soldiers Vinegar Hill an elevation about 400 monument to Irish valor and pa triotism St Peters chapel and college In the town of Wexford presents an Imposing view from Summer Hill The church Is elegantly finished ands adorned with beautiful rose windows Wexford Is a place of great antiquity the town having been founded by the Danes in the ninth century who palled it Welsflord from the shal lownesa of the water at low tide Its situated on i ho River Slaney so called from Slainge a Flrbolg chief who landed there 1300 years before the Christian era The town has played tin Important part in Irish history from the Norman invasion in tho twelfth century to the rebellion of 1798 Among the many memorable lincidents of its history iis the brutal massacre of 30Q women and children at the foot of a crow in the tearquet square by the Puritan butcher Oliver Cromwell I SHBLBYVILLE The people of Bfulbyrltte have J01snRell1ytIMPall River Maw wheretwt TlalUd OIlowJnt1aemUieIlSuWtt baYIhDr1 1 BEST EVERvlr r Pall Race Meeting Break- Ing All Records at the Downs The fall race meeting inaugurated Monday at Churchill Downs is prov ing the best ever held in Kentucky and scarcely a day has passed that GoodIcrturf Patrons of the Jockey Club are elated with the sport whch will continue two weeks longer The card fop today is an excellent one handlcalforbringtothe turf There will also be five TheCherokeeyearolds will be run Thursday and prIzethatKentucky endurance stakes for three yearolds and upward the turf prize of the year Is attracting attention all atourmileSleeteshorses willbemeetIngcrowd Upon all sides are heard commendations for Matt Wlnn and arctheMGRATHS NEW RECORD McGrattinweight for distancj featured the an AmatouiAthleticafternoon McGrath in three out of six recIlord ord stands at forty feet six and three wasIthlrtyelghtthe old mark were forty feet five and thlrtyclghtfeet LAST OF TilE STATES Arizona with a population of 250000 and New Mexico with a population of 350000 will now qual ify for Statehood without further action on the part of Congress and the whole of the continental United States except Alaska will thus be cut up into fortyeight sovereign States It will be a long time before any other now State is added per haps the longest interval in the his tory of the country Alaska had 63592 people in 1900 and 64356 in 1910 It may be twenty years before pho reaches the population of Arizona which nowadays is re garded as a minimum for according a community two United States Senators CATHOLIC FORESTERS At St Helens school hall last Sunday night Organizer William Callaghan assisted by the State Secretary instituted a court of the Catholic Order of Foresters with thirty charter members Addresses were delivered by Rev Father Pelfer State Secretary Melman and others This court starts off well and expects to grow to a hundred members INJURIES ARE SERIOUS While trying to climb on a passing pedlers wagon on Duncan street between Twentyfifth and Twenty sixth streets Tuesday afternoon James Driscoll six years old son of James Drlscoll a tailor living at 2523 Rowan street fell under the wheels and was severely injured Two ribs were broken and the boys left hip also was injured Though his Injuries are serious he 4s resting as comfortably as could be expected at the family home LATEST IN STYLES Stripes will be retained Satins are to have a great pop ularity The Jumper design has been furiously revived for dressy shirtwaists The vogue for black and white alliances shows but little abatement Collarettes of black or white tulle are used to wear with afternoon gowns Extensive use Is made of all kinds ot laces and even lace robes are com rig to thetront- Blue and white combinations are to have a place in fashion especially in wash fabrics I Aigrettes are being used exten- sivelY again They are dyed now to I carry out a color scheme of a hat I Mallne Is still high in favor Huge exquisiteII color combinations are seen I Eyelet designs in laces are ex pected to be one of the strongest features of the winter fashions I Flat ruches of pleated tulle in black and white are placed on the crowns of many velvet oval shaped I rats LITTLE TURKEYS I Take pork tenderloins and cut lengthwise through the middle being careful not to cut in half fill with dressing you would use for turlcoyeew or pin together with I toothpicks bake for twenty min utes dn a pan dn which there is bottomIwhenbaked left in pan Nice to add strip of bacon over stop- REAL FRIDAY DISH One can of salmon three table Bpooatulfl of cracker crumbs one teaepooHfuI ot Batt one beaten egg a shake of pepper and some salmon WqHld Break salmon in line piece deer craeker crumb Itandpepper Mix well press into e well bPattered bowl andilteamlbalf an I horl ye wHb white sauce I MAKM VmUC RATS WHITlk I A gulck and effective way to clean rite felt hats so much worn noW t FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- s u Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY t JOHN E FRANK WALTERS9 i iI Clay Street Brewery I SOS 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY 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 Cumb Will 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light r JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORA Tfi- DBUTCHERTOWN x BREWERYnCELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE Qt Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone 1913 t TIlE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATED BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength excellent flav t QRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky WALNUTST THEATRE Starting Sunday Matinee Sept 24 SALVATION NELL I Depicting Life as Seen in New Yorlci Former Poorer Districts and Among the Slum Workers- Matinees II Tuesday Thursday Saturday Best seats 2Sc Night Prices 25c 3Sc 50c 7Sc AVENUE THEATER Week Beginning With Matinee Sunday Aftern- oonConvicts Daughter A Sensational Drama Wonderful Stage Settings and Strong Company POPULAR XM2IOBS Night Sunday and Holiday Matinees lOc 20c 30c Daily Matinees lOc ISc and 25c HOPKiNSfTHEATER High Class Vaudeville AND s- Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday continuous e CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO Tbes are the Leading Moving Picture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Chlld- tenCOLUMBIA5c Under the same management Prey M UngoDly the standard production historic dramatic and comic Is to intake a paste ot Hour and goo fine rub it into bat and hoot In the air Whwv dry it 111tjutU- ke newv With Ml 4u i and tin= r m ne J CB THOMPSON FLORISTaSTONLY ONE STORE SpecialtyFloral DesignsI 11 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE ANI EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of JeffersonviHe hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reM onable For further particulars apply MOTHER MARY REQINAJ- 1ERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JkklHENRY AAIJIJ1 P U Y DYER AND GLEANER ladles and Gents Weart Aartl WORK GUARANTEES Phoneys 528 Fifth StTMt + t CENTRAL FURNITURE CO Incorporated N W Cor Third awl Green Su We furnish the home cow plete on easy payments WM CALLAdHAN Mjr Silts Jhfi fNvee YMF toys os riKcft HM wilt par tiMB fer Hfe 5T YIERS COLE W r4vy bviIIB by tb X arot tcr- eenNaed ladea P ol yviwr Si o yii Luu c ir IRISH AMERIOAN0 0 WearingswissSURPRISE SPECIAL SALE NO 607J THE BIG STOREo r MENS SUITS 15 l Special sale of Custom Quality Suits for Men new two and three button models in finest importedand domestic woolens in classy new designs On sale one week bedending next Friday THE BIG STOREPorrib gal vlslFifth MILTON M MARB1ESTONE CO A Piano Values==Our Methods In advertising our piano values and our methods It Is our to advise with aU along intelligent tinesthe course purpose of real worth for thein selecting a plaaooneto pursue Invest We are confident of having the largest lines money of you quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal to the ownership of a piano of privileges youterms make investing a small amount the day you your selection by of cash as first payment Our oneprice policy must convince even the most doubt lug of our superior service In treating one customer the same as another and Is a poInt to be well considered when pur chasing a piano We Invite Inspections and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated esaseBO FOURTH AVENUE JfJfJt1u u BETTERTHIIN 25c QUALITY COFFEE w I 65IC repu tation for nevervarying excellence Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY reNose Phont 1323 susa W lARKET STREET8 B MMM JAs J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON PharmacyrPrescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only tis isTelephone Us and We Send For Them r Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS I HlNNOiNeOt + NN ON N N WEWANT YOUR WORK Were Prepared to Do It Promptly III and in FirstClass Style PRINTING I Cards Bill Heads Letter Heads r Circulars Dodgers Etc i Dance and Wedding Invitations a Specialty I HOME PHONE 948 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN B19VE8T GREEN STRI IL- H4+ iN++Nt+4+ 1NNfa0dN10N YI IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Oct the BEST in the start and fo satisfied in the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER MANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated G first and River Both Phones 2207 Alai operating Hoosier Wan Plaster Plant LouUvHU KJeaenonvIHeInd Phone 155 DR J T GHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Hares Called For aid Delivered Rath PMoiH 2JM OFFICE AND POROif 7137 5 SEVENTH STRE- ETiti1J 1 t It ft + t r fHnm WIJTB CHAMPAONJM AL KOLBa4tJ Waist Green StrMrt LqurI 780 Iq 0 HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doin the Past Week General News Notes I Ladies Auxiliary 4 of St Paul re colved a large class Into membership last week The half yearly report of the Ladles Auxiliary of Indiana show that In seventeen counties there are thirtytwo divisions The Boston Highlands Hibernian Building Association are In hopes to break ground for the new temple on Dudley street on St Patricks day Members of the order should not forget the Initiation of Division 3 at Falls City Hall on October 17 It I1 Is desired to have a big reunion on thls occasionEvery member of Division 1 should attend the meeting next Tuesday night They will bo Interested In the business which will concer each Individual The regular meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary will bo held Wednesda night Of Falls City Hall A topic for discussion will be the national cor vontlon to be held in Chicago next summer Division 4 is preparing for an ir Illation next month that will strengthen its claim to the largest membership In the Falls Cities This division has some sure enoug hustlersThe Ladles Auxiliary of Ashlan have Inaugurated their winter sent of dances which are popular and attended by many of the younger set from Ironton Huntington and Cat lettaburg The county officers have not yet learned the date that National President Regan will visit Louisville As soon as this Is settled the members will get busy and there will be some thing doing Officers and members of the Ladles Auxiliary County Board c- St Paul entertained the Count Board from Minneapolis last night The programme assured a pleasan affair for all concerned The Jeffersonvlllo division will have a special greeting for member from iLoulsvlllo who are Invited to the annual ball to beheld In the Elks Hall In that city next month A big delegation Is looked for President Coleman will announc the programme for Division 3s initln tlon at the meeting Monday night All who can are urged to be present as a number of matters of interest to the membership will be discussed With an approximate membership of 2000 the Ladies Auxiliary bas assets to about 7000 The membership has Increased 238 during thi past six months a showing forwhicl the State officers are to be con gratulatedIt surprising to many mem bers of tho order In the Unite States to know that in no other section of the United States or Canada are they making a larger increase In membership than in Cape Breton county Nova Scotia Wednesday night Division 3 wll meet in its new hall In Odd Fellow Temple Sixth and Walnut Cot Ford Will Mecham Charles Obst John Keaney and Treasurer Welsh call upon all members to come to this meeting as plans will be formulated looking to a live winter campaign and a big Increase in membership The Hibernians of the District art very much interested In the coming ohvontion of the National German LmorlcamAlllance which will beheld In Washington October 6 Lead- Ing Germans from all sections oi he United States will attend the invention and a notable feature of the gathering will be a demonstra ton at the tomb of Washington at Mount Vernon National Director loran and Editor Patrick J Haitian will represent the Ancient Order WALNUT THEATER Salvation Nell a play that has been produced in many of the lead- Ing theaters Is the next offering at the Walnutstreet Theater The stage ettings are extremely realistic and are the last word in the marvelous chlevements of modern stagecraft The tenement street scene of the last act excels any street scene ever seen before on the stage The first act Iscloses a barroom modeled after atypical saloon in New Yorks East Ide The second act setting a liv- Ing room in a tenement house of the more comfortable sort is simpler but none the less praiseworthy as regards the fidelity in furnishing and detail MOTION PICTURES For next week the Casino and rpheum motion picture houses offer ogrammes of real merit Everyd- AY there will be stirring romantic film plays interspersed with amusing farce comedy pictures The tales these pictures tell are both Interest- Ing and instructive and will maintain the popular hold these houses have on the picture loving public OFFICERS FOR AID SOCIETY At the regular meeting of the omens Aid Society of St Marys church New Albany the following ladles were elected officers for the ensuing year Airs Ben Gildehaus resident Mrs John Buche Vice resident Mrs Ben Hlnkobsln Treasurer and Mrs Conrad oeker Secretary This society has done excellent work Son both its embers and the church and wasI nover in better condition than at osentr IIQUSI3 WARMING On Monday eevnlng October 9 St Peter Court C 0Fwill hold an oPen inveatlng and trill house warm gV An elaborate pPov mme has b fen arranged by the genial rotund Speaker ot tie court Df A 1 PJA 1 i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A o H DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firat and Third Tuesday Presides William Murphy Vice President Anthony Ton kinsRecording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos Dola Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SeigeantatArms Louis Roller DIVISION 2 ftleeta first and third Wedaeada Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut atreet- sPresldentC J Ford Voce sldentErneat Smith Recording Secretary William T Meehan Financial SecretaryJohn lKeaney TreasurerJames Welsh SergeantatAnn W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meeta First and Third Monday IlHetoonTh and Portland President D J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas StevensFInancial SecretaryJ G Hes elonTreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantetArmsJames Steve- SentinelThomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertram Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J- BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas 1 LanganTreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal aghanSentlnelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawren FordPreSldentJ G Cole Vice President 3 E Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Me Grodjr Financial SecretaryJohn Hdga TreasurerB A Coll SergeantatArms rMIchael Gar citySentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y MfX MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice Presidents Joseph J Hancock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adam Recording SecretaryR Osborn Corresponding Secretary H Kei berg TreasurerW A Link MarshalJ H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside SentinelJoseph Stewart 9- t Parlor TTacd It Already In Germany 8 Fort Morgan Col Feb 3 1909 Through overwork In my calling I uttered from weakness of the nerve tad stomach trouble I had already KoenigsNelvoIt here when I began to all and I am tow again thoroughly restored Please end me 2 tootles for a child of mj congregation who Is suffering from Iptlepay and spasmsAugust Pastor Petersburg Neb Jan 21 1909 Seven years ago I was sufferlni rom spasms of the stomach and hough I had a doctor yet all In vain hen I took Pastor Koenlgs Nerve onto and WAS entirely cured Last Fall I had a similar attack and atnee procured a bottle of the Tonic and was relieved again Mrs Gertrude Kettoler A Valuable Book on Ner FREE SamplebotUetotients also get the medIUaIrar- epared by the Brr FATHER Kocno of Fort Waynll Ind since 1878 and now by the KOENIQ MED CO Chicago III 108 Lake Street 5014 by Druggists at SIller BoW for N Lanr sir 8175 J 6 Settle for 38 Cueller Otto Wirth will serve bumpernlckel and speck SHUBERT MASONIC Al H Wilson the German dialect omedlan is scheduled to appear at he Schubert Masonic the last half of next week in a new singing comedy titled A German Prince His melodious VoIce and tuneful ballads ave been heard many times in oulsvllle As indicated by the title the scenes are laid in Gormay =along the banks of the River Rhine and in- tho Austrian Tyrol During the per rmance Mr Wilson will sing several new songs and it is safe to predict he will receive an enthusiastic re= c jptlon WATCHED The State Court of the Catholic Order of Foresters presented Wham rhittenaurer with a beautiful gold wItch in recognition of his efforts in establishing a new court at Shively The ofleers pf the court are as follows j Joeeph Muonlnghof f C R- John iFoy VOK John Hartlag- eFB Richard Quill Hi S Clem Lu1ceti TJ T M Angemeler teakef Truste Val Hartlge Petir Wuortley and Frank Kohfr tohr o 1- n J IRELAND Record pf the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death of Mrs Mary Cantwe at Crlmlln is much regretted The Lurgan Urban Council has unanimously adopted a scheme for the erection of fifty houses There were 1605 entries at the recent County Fermanagh IndustrIal Exhibition at Ennlsklllen constitut- Ing a record The revision of voters lists is now In full owing and in debatable con stltuoncles is being contested as hotly as ever In the room of C J McGahan and James McCourt the Dundalk Urba Council has coopted Peter Toner and Patrick Duffy The number of emigrants who left Queenstown for the seven months to the end of July last was 1593 against 16529 fo the corresponding period of 1910 The hardware grocery and provis- Ion shop of C OLeary at Bantr was destroyed by fire despite all the efforts of the local fIre brigade police and townspeople- Dr J P OConnor who was re cently appointed Medical Officer of the Swlnford Dispensary district has resigned his position being electe to a more important office In King townOn a final poll Patrick McCormacl of Tipperary was elected Petty Sessions Clerk for the Petty Session district of Cappawhite and Dundrui by eleven votes to seven for T Daly of TipperaryPatrick Fitzgerald has been appointed a Magistrate for Count Limerick on the recommendation of the Lieutenant of the county FItz geralds appointment Is a most popular one- Dundalk and Bellurgan are mourn- Ing the death of Felix ONell which resulted from a slight accident He was seventyone years old and for many years carried on an extensive coal business- A meeting of the residents of Gar vagh agreed to the introduction of electric lighting the upkeep of Jour teen lamps of twentyfive candlepower each to be levied on the town land of Garvagh At the Carrlckmacross Petty Ses slons John fumelty of Cordrum moos was remanded upon the charge of grievous assault upon Patrlcl Clarke a herd in the employe of J M Bolton TP of Donaghmoyne Miss Meehan principal of St Ronans Girls School Kllronan Aran Isles has been awarded tho Carlisle and Blake premium thli year It Is believed that this is the first time the distinction has found ts way to Aran The death occurred at his res dnce Flaskagh of John Padian al the age of 105 years He retained his faculties to the last He was ir the 48 movement With Thomas Francis Meagher and was at Kit enaule with John Blake Dillon Miss Mollle Hickey youngest daughter of the late Patrick Hickey ot New Ross was professed at the Mount Carmel Convent New Ross the Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop of Ferns officiating Her name in religion is Sister M Teresa Dominick Mss Maure McGrath of Gorey arrled off second prize in the competition for the best knowledge of IrIsh In the counties of Waterford Vexford Kilkenny G rlowand Vlcklow The competition was Open to all monitors or those having passed for teachers scholarships A somewhat unusual incident has occurred in connection with the representation of the Stradbally electoral Ivision in the Galway Rural District Council Patrick Curry who was elected did not stun the form of declaration of office and It subsequently transpired that toe had migrated to America- T Leahy a butter merchant of liltoWnMalbay has swam from oleen around Malbay to Leacom holre a rock at the extreme end of SpanIsh Point He covered the dls tanceover two miles in an hour and ten minutes and but for some ontrary currents It is believed he would have covered the distance in tess than an bour- AVENUE g THEATER The good old melodramas of twenty years ago are on the shelf and some of he current ones ought to Join them The Convicts Daughter which will be seen at the Avenue Theater next week is unlike and far above the commonplace plays of- Its class The plot is original and reasonably developed in five acts of Intense action sensational scenes and scenic realism eclipsing all previous tforts In stage mechanism LOTTO EUCHRE MEALS The ladies of the Altar Society of- StL Michaels church Brook street between Market and Jefferson announce an entertainment that should attract their friends to St Michaels school hall on the afternon and evening of Tuesday October 17 urchasers of tickets will have the choice of taking part In either the lotto pr euchre games which will be called at 2 and 8 oclock or enjoying a good meal without extra cost The ladles of this society are great entertainers and a really enjoyable time awaits all who attend HOPJONS THEATER The Hopkins Theater manage eat announces a bill for next weekI lthatgives its patronsPromls of ex There will bo vaudeville In a variety of f rms- and each of the six numbers are of the J1 a1lIneolder New moving ctures will add to the bill Whlfbj ould attract crpwded houses n r 1t A For Your Furniturei Wanisi- ANI YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE425 427 and 429 East Market Street KODflK SUPPLIES e Every Requisite For Amateur and Professional Photographers Photographic Developing and Printing SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING o 321 VCtf w1 Jefferson- toulsvilleI Charlie White=Moon THE COW BOY HERBALIST Sole Owner and Originator of COM CELSAR and SCIENCE SOPE Exponent of Gods Medicines Roots and Herbs Home Office and Laboratory 37293731 W Broadway Louisville ky 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1411 JAMES QUARLES CANDIDATE FOR Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCHFIRST DIVISION Sublect to the Action of the Democratic Party r 1911 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1911 SAM L ROBERTSON Candidate For ReElection REPRESENTATIVE 51st Legislative District Comprising 11th and 12th Wards Subject to the Action pf the Democratic Party WM R STELTENKAMP CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLEI rhlrdWardM J BANNON P BANNON JR H M WOLTRINO Pros Mgr VlciPris Tress Secretary FPu BaanoB Sewer Pipe Co fa Salt Glazed Sewer and CnlyertYlpe Bannons Patent Lidded a for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street paving Briclt Fire Proofing Flae Pipe Flue Lining iiire Brick Grate and Boller Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 528 WEST JEFFERSON TBtEPHONB 573 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TJ3LBPHON8 2833 q JOHN CAMPBELL I Practical Horse Sheer J Toe Cracks Split Hoofs Corns Con tracted Feet and All Ailments of the Feet Properly Shod Rubber Pads Hand Made Shoes Driving Horse Shoes of All Kinds HORSES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED nOME PHONE 6283 525 I3lti SteBat Walnut and Madisoi M i18 illi mt The Last Dollar JJThati you Spent for something you did not NEED would have started a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with this bank to bear interest COMPOUNDED twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DOLLAR must be spent for somethlug you DO NEED The SAVING now of the dollars you are wasting might keep that hard time from ever coming Ky Title Savings Bank and Trust Co Fifth and Court Place Open Daily Until 3 p rri Saturdays Until 7 p ra J I k