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A fFrFrI IEKL MOIlIf n flr447 W JttffMtSWI 41 e4ylllsel aM a9Mis afiaw NsH t ra a N I9N1I VOLUME IIINO18T 1 LOUIsvILLE SATURDJET NOVLMIIiiR 9 1899 PRICE FIVE CENTS T q a rs IA1BA2AFUrge Blftter of the Gt 4 AAepkerd- alwyer HHd City OftlclRlH Will Participate In Opening I Exercises b xn Curt ii and the Ladles Will Mak Music Hall a Bower of Beauty u FfBIDEIT OBRIEHS EARNEST WORK Lj Judged by the attendance and enthus rasa displayed at St Marys Hall Mon fey evening there is no longer any question auto the success of the bazar to be Md at Music Hall for the benefit of the Sitters of the Good Shepherd President Edward J OBrien occupied the chair and displayed his well knownt- J executive ability in the transaction of the yaat amount of business that was before the meeting for final action His remarks upon taking the chair were of a pleasing sad encouraging nature and aided in working the big audience up to a high degree of enthusiasm after which he re 0questedall to listen carefully to the reading of the minutes and the reports in the McDonoughJreports congregations that will have booths at the bazar were first called for with gratifying re spouses from the ladies of St Boniface Sacred Heart the Cathedral St Louis Bertrand St Patricks Church of the a Immaculate Conception and others showing that interest is increasing and a friendly rivalry exists as to which congre gation will make the best showing The smaller parishes will probably unite in II the part they may take The decoration of the hall and arrange menU of the various booths will be under the supervision of Mr Neil Curtin Louis II Di1 W FOWMmJ I J Candidate for Park Commissioner I i vlllef leading architect and the ladles of the dUfcrcHt coffgTegatiotu which mean that Musk flail will be transformed into N bmwr 0f tntairty sad loveliness surpaw o tag IWIUIIfiC ever before seep In this e4ly A large number of LouUylllcs ttMt cbamlnK aril attractive young Wiw have already contented to preside of the table and booths and the pleasure r ef their cowjwuix for one evening will W9fc than repay the cost of a tettou tkkct Mayor Weaver slut the lard cfl Alder who M been IwvM to tf ppresentt IInIN tko opening wlon1 i w wHSaflof loYcubtrh MHt lettera WfptlNf the iHVltatlPtt M giving es w al their p vpcrMlou Mrs JJefci Dwelt1 rcpurts41kM 0 tarn i I wbirlsrtlosJ Iioka sad JwrNs ilrI l l ssweas4hIt siaay liN + ss a yew 1 trIJl be AlawM for Her 1+ 4Wls Nis IMr Tkia aya- ldrsirai JJ IlfM Iiff+ l u14 td1Jf aw- jbap Jo- kfwr I I cka4is 14 wi dig a9Mia- a Ii+al ip iJf Nis- s 1o ++ t wijl ItI ++ Wtif MJW Iarsal 1I J4satt4llratWIJtsi M lljl pMiresai III trlli i+ r 1N 4 t I J pW it4olrN =rtnltl fft4 totM 4I1IiIt IIiW ill=iilf 4 Jtt lnlll 1- L gff- iialer r- prr- w t dterl rusts uI spia wr Midbs- s I I ta+ nN- guI Ii Wj tsitw rji Fiitire liliiii jUu 114lr r t M11rf Mi JIe iti Iwoa- a 6 p ti 1 t awn seaxo HM- e JV r t rae n vrf1IAv Ct IIW r C KENTUCKY IRiSH p 4- u AMERICAN will be mKMMd off low ptMlle ai coMcer having volwu4eered their services This will prove a rare chance for the brjfUi iHHikm Doting the eH11I interesting talks and valuable suggestion were wade by Measra Thowu Mulligan Dr William B Dougherty Edward J OBrien Joseph Hubbuch Neil Curtin Joe McGinn Nic Bosler Thomas Tarpey Charles R iJy Joe Nevin Dr Max Kble John Baker and Joseph Vettef which enlivened the proceedings and created the best of feel ing The next general meeting will be held in St Marys Hall Monday night to hear reports and complete the final ar rangements President OBrien who has done extraordinary work already hopes to see the largest attendance thus far upon that evening The names of the ladies who will pre side at the different tables and booths will be found in these columns in next weeks issue An important meeting of the gentle men interested in this bazar will be held this evening at the Srtolll Club on Second street THEATRICALS Amusement lovers of Louisville who l enjoy and appreciate a bright upto date entertainment will have ample opportunity of gratifying their desires when the famous Tammany Tigers appear at the Buckingham the coming week This attraction has always enjoyeda first class reputation for its high standard of excellence and this season is no excep lion Among the features of the enter taiment is a laughable burlesque of Mrs Leslie Carters great dramatic triumph Zaza entitled Sassyln which Miss Kitty Frances appears as Sassy the ragtime soubrette Another skit in which the Tigers desport themselves is called The King of the Hobo Ring Mana ger Hill also presents a genuine novelty in Mile Lulu from the Theater Rouna cher Vienna Thisbeautiful and shapely inovationwhichThe management will receive the elec ton returns Tuesday evening from all over the State and country specialwires having been arranged for which will be read from tbe stage The Silver Kinpwhich has grown in popularity each succeeding season since its production will be the attraction pre sented by the Meffert Stock Company at the Temple Theater next week It is A fine melodrama telling a simple but effective story It deals with the hwaaa emotioM in a atwl way asd uNfetete j J WJ tf a lent oefi trialaMmr trilMteHetM e4 Wilfred iand Nellie Denver will be presented by Mr of Brophy and Miss Rodgers in a manner that will rivet and absorb tbe attentlund of all theatergoers It will be toft attendance should be one of the largest of the BeasonfThe Hanlont who have been successfully 1 catering to tbe public for the past i twenty years will be at the Avenue i Theater next week with their ever new Superba Tsis ycarss presentation includes the newest pleas in spctacle and I pantomime with a full equipment of new and beautiful scenery a number of novel mechanical effects and illusions sad acrobatic feats The new scenes introduced this season are said to be the j most funny awl will furnish much amusement keeping the audience con vuUed with laughter MOt ABOUT PARKS Udltor Kentucky Irish America HI The Impression seems to prevail smosg topic of tbe worklngnif n organiatlQni that the purchase of Central Park will not be of any particular Iteuefit to their claw Those who sou not afford either his time or inoaey neccMnry to n visit to IMO faraway lurks cats aarlly go to Cew dial Park wtf bout any amy fx n9i Tlte Vfttt CowniWoucr have uli ayes iacourgf4 Slut Ihlvllwl his MM of n irsl Park by Ike ahIldren of Ike workJNK tutu and often hi Ibf kwwwertlwM kvt kept H of H tale rt tnlg rf fur f liersJrwislWtf Ifmy 4Hltt Ave fckve i foN MM lx m heck btr asi 4 Bt W arwa +a aNq 1le169 owe wlil kp rNUt y I4r IM JlI flww IlN 4hiay R will W tali pr a- wlI 1 tiattyf Okla Ji c I iWw fslrk4f+h s4 Mwei p44 4 a4uail i W14 14 JI- I9at s 9tilar Miftins dlr 4I41B All J s4 M ills iM4iss Nd- l p a t1 hrlliaiw li+lasi rFaNliPtlwltNu wti y Hl IMWNISf MfN Iw1 A41 Fn fHi fIn lift In ail rN Ityf rt1risa bid 9 fitlwFPtsipiir P 14th + itrl- brM- fdIii 4 dp- iMMiif W Mir airwai iu+ a- q 5s 7swiiitiprittif w tdfi NS rMeMeHie1 fi1111w I PW 9l rrlrr a AM e- dlA tit bins FRANKFORT LINT of the Hetteflt CRtultI1I Ever Held In Franklin County1- 1I1MRIO11HNtInN00nw11 I Rust John i T llotran to Marry Next WcdiicMilay A Now Deniocratlo Paper to Appear in the Very Near Future PERSONAL AND SOCIETY f GOSSIP Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT Nov 3DeCore another issue of the Kentucky Irish American appears the great political battle will CHARLES P FEENEY President Board of Councilmen candi date for reelection have been fought and the victory won which will declare whether the people of Kentucky will be governed for the next four years by Senator William Goe bel or Gen William S Taylor That it has been one of the bitterest fights ever waged in this Commonwealth no one will deny Father has fought son and brother hw bees against brother each fighting rIM theitriPecllve caarlbda4tsTf- t 11 i+rih li wir ae aiwfiss9t- Os ft tNi1vethe rights of the masses claim that lie will win by 23000 majority and on the hand the supporters of Taylor pre ict that his majority will not be less than Only the fair count of the bal on November 7 will decide to whom the victory belongs If Senator Goebela are as numerous and tried and true everywhere as here there would not be the slightest doubt of his election by an overwhelming majority Franklin county will roll up a grand majority for Goebel and the whole ticket Only a few slays more and the hottest political battle that ever raged in the grand old State will be over and the victor will have won a hard fought contest and a well earned honor as Governor of Kentucky The many friends of Michael Sullivan father of James Sullivan proprietor of the Frankfort lanyard will regret toI team that be tins been seriously ill several weeks and little hope is nter1 tAiled for his recovery He Is one of the oldest IrUhAwerlcaiii in this city Colonel D J McNamara the well AHWC OIUUIKT Csur4l4Ms In r 4rsllou4A tUs kiar+ f 44 WlrWaN- hsir+ M ldwlllbe4if Jcs iglUN Iii Iraeu IN sirla kNf 1zt Ills tau 1 a tl Ill sNsaK h 4 tat 1s i4 Ni A JliaiPCT fw ill JNfdiiakti wish Nrl4w4 y Btrt hilt li rl 19- Di rlK 1E4 h4w 1i11iflrrrR of- A y is I 4l 4 mIir i uvu to l lJirwllari iN J4IrifI1Y Jlt Nkt lkf rtpiN a 4 PM whist Jas- Illl lwrl WMibati h lit i1K JIf141 ltsletf tti u1- c1Jyat f4- WaF fi sri1M4 llwiatlu a ey itJta allJ atrl tidal Msi r p t11- msU NN iui Mb 4 i t iww S 4I s Mi i Mv nfu+ pqj t IC1 IoMI5 4I Sy b Ttr + 1 4rM Mjjjjjjjft I have not the COlt tot the happy young people to make pM M o the diy awl date MICHAEL D0ERHOEFER Candidate for reelation to the Board of Alderfaen I will have to wait yaml some future issue to make the nnnantDr Paul Weitzel I Lexington spent Sunday last with reli Lives in this city MIss Deborah Pr ter left Wednesday last for Louisville here she has ac cepted an excellent pwition as steno grapher Miss Katie Parker returned to college at Lexington last we k Col Thomas GUt pent one day last week in this city onbiuing business with pleasure Mr and Mrs facrick OBrien spent Sunday last in Versailles The handsome residence of II F Lulkcmeier the well known druggist is nearing completion nd will be ready for occupancy about November 15 It Js one of the prettiest residences in the city A new paper will make its appearance in Frankfort about SSoyember 15 Jts political policy will be Democratic and it will assist to a greatj Extent in building up Frankfort and adyancing the Interests of its citizens and thacity itself filling a long felt want jta The forty hours dev otiou will open at the Church of the Good Shepherd November 14 and continue two days Sev eral visiting clergy wl assist the pastor Thursday night ofltst week Lambert Council entertained t cards and danc ing About a dozen 9wiples attended as special guests and jjjwtt a very pleasant evening with tboss esof entertain JOHN CRIBBONS Candidate for Councilman era the V M I boys Many deligljlful cnlcrtainnients will be given by this pop ular organization during the winter months D J M SECOND ANNUAL BALL The various committees of the Hiber nian Knights lire html at work arranging the final details for heir second annual bull which takes place at New Lieder kraiu Hall on Monday evening Novem ber 20 the Knights have a reputation second to none at entertainer and they propose to surpass all previous efforts upon lute occasion The company will meet with Copt Joe Drcen tonlglit to rreslClltl fray the expenses Incident to this pit grimge to Boston and there should be n large Mle of tlck W Uat they rosy Iw sbta to suaka tius Ibrst posslbla tlowllllC sr- xrv Fh wssm1- A irretly WMt isjk+ok plsao at ills- Ibnrsd haltt sknrls Ttiwrsdsy flnNhl Iks aosdrsittsig pisllssJrhsg Was JCaIk Kym alai UHf L vsasr with try yiIrtr Waisk uItairilw f 7h hduio- wIa II ikf 104 kq bCN- al Ia i1Yorlhr Js firs Mpu N rNIhs4 airstII dVlfJMf8f Nr MrA J K II JClHMl Wf7 iiisMit atrial Hr JrHMW k lii iwrtsw tar rff1IMJk 14- CM f Aft aN r r +sv SkHrare I II Nrlwnzw + ewff ad lissti l MAJUBA HILL r I Famous Victory by Which the Boors Drove Out tho English I ICruger Was Then tip Now at the Front With Ills Army Graphic Description of the Bat tle by an American Cor respondent JEM COLLEY SHOT IN THE HEAD The victory of the Boers at Majuba Hill in 1881 which drove the English out of the Transvaal and later forced England to recognize and to agree to a treaty with the Boer Government will GEORGIIGOETZ Candidate for the Legislature prove interesting at this time The crest of Majuba Hill that eternal rock at the gateway to the Transvaal was red with English blood at midday February 27 1881 English soldiery men of the Ninetyfourth root of the Fiftyeight regiment of toe Sixteenth Rifles fled like leaves before the whirl w 1the MonHLE u lt9k i fw aoeee- snnsue tMii Mad Ia I hadadvrineedIstumbled f fear terrorstricken by the assault of the I republicIof Majuba Hill is nearly 7000 feet Two thousand feet below the summit is a I rough plateau The entrance to the i I Transvaal country the one military route to the heart of Boeriand is by way of this plateau underneath the shadow of Majuba through Laings Nek to the fer tile pasturage of the valleys beyond Sir George Pomeroy Colley knew this in 1881 the Right Honorable Joseph Cham berlain knows it now In J1881 no rail road entered this region One traverses it now but in the event of war it would undoubtedly be quickly rendered useless The trails are nnrrow and rocky The slopes are of a precipitous nature It is not a region for the deployment of troops and the giving of battle with men face to face On the contrary it is n retreat for the sharpshooter the planner of ambush es the solitary marksman who rightly placed Pray hold a company In check I IIOIIN D for CAHHKUo CwtndlwiN 1WralJ s9ildltla + taatNa 1 sbN um Naya hot sbsNKsd tlJlQO JWIIJ I JUJ 119 llWlll Cf- Wf OwfK Iwwvy Colky Aww4liJ 1C iI9 If I CltvrlBHtl1h tits I CNtaaiterytanIlaraIlialtaKlliW rim pfflj ul IWwIpN flirt aRrlasi ibsllawiaas viNa p+ursaka1 y Ihia ulflll I hllrw of tJH JWt is otacNt is ft r la- Nt44dhN wNk JM JNterrwl aI4rr Jn- Hft N IWJk Nlw In shun jwi Hw 5414 i MlHir MHT Jhw wiw tibt w mji j4IJI Aioi lsar ilia iiel Alin Ivfrlirsci- kli+ 1ft + 0tsddllilr4iiiNi Ilia I 14555 11W Ml4lfMk H IN IW tI4 Inca kiltMN ilrg4M Ile area Nf- fIiif rilli1 let w JMIII 6N JyWHii- u1 h4I II illai ilw IN 7 wMi+r olws HtfMmwI Mtf 4M JwpKHr JM I r s 1 i Itiraw ft 4tM4f to Ifa MHi IJIHhvt kW N M- ttn i i n liialial4ialatl it4h Jltili iaravhsii 1fd11i Rata II bIw I- thq1 IWIt INIIII b Hbai riis4 IIvj f t qtwpy cIM la liM11I1M M I i tf 0 1 s nT aI i jtl reelit thBlksir- I i 1 i jw1e 9kI r- u I IQI lrlf4 slt r a- I swkr- iI in MI iat j L iP1J 4 Wlt i part of January at LnitiRa Nek Coney was supported by the Fiftyeight regi ment the Sixtieth Rifles and n naval reserve 1010 men in all They were trained soldiers Kruger and Joubert had 2000 Dutch farmers familiar with the rifle The encounter cost Collcy 109 men killed and wounded and they were picked oil in five minutes time The Doers lost three Colley retired to Hatleys Hotel while the Boers waited to the west of Mnjiilm Hill On the night of February 20 Colley thought to surprise his opponents lIe led 700 of his men across the the plateau at the foot of Majuba Hill and then to the summit He had parts of the Fifty eight regiment the Ninetyfourth Foot the Sixtieth Rifles the Ninetysecond Gordon Highlanders and a naval brig ade They carried three days provisions and eighty rounds of amunitiou each Once on the summit they found there a cuplike depression surrounded by piles of stone Into this they went confident that they held the gateway to the Trans vaal and that when reinforcements came they could easily descend upon their enemies and conquer The morning of the 27th came and with it the knowledge to the Boers 2000 feet down the west approach to Majuba Hill that the sum nit was held by Englishmen What did they do An English officer looking down from his rocky perch into their camp saw them loading their tents and supplies into wagons As fast as a wagon was filled it started down a trail into the interior of the land Thus if defeated in what he proposed to do the Boer had made safe his supplies and could retreat to provis tons All that morning the Boers loaded their wagons and the horses and oxen drew them away They are retreating I cried an enthu siastic Englishman on the summit The soldiery broke into cheers Merry songs rang through the camp and there was rejoicing over the easy victory Majuba Hill had been taken without the loss of a man But just at noon the last of the Boer wagons disappeared from campand then a singular change came over the Boer officers and men whe were in plain sight of the English They sud denly caught up their swords and guns and started on a stiff climb up the frightful west front of Majuba Hill right into the hands of the enemy Thy came up like mountain goats pursued by the hunter Leaping from rock to rock they managed to always keep their dkHbeeifired aiid Noel h t Ile was tlotedfI er the battle and when the lead were exam ined that they had been shot through the head the best evidence in the world of fine markmanshlp Much has been written of that won derful charge of the Army of the Ten nessee up the face of Lookout Mount ain That was a sheltered front Ma juba Hill is baldheaded and baldfaced It is a rearing forbidding rock This noon in February long ago fire ran along the lips of its summit fire from English guns passing harmlessly over the assailants Fire ran up its sides from the guts of the Boer and death met the blaae at the hill crest In less than an hour twenty officers and 20Q privates of the English forces were dead Those that were not killed surrendered or ran away The white flag replaced the English colon while the Boer stand ing on the uppermost point of Majuba triumphantly said This is my land Just an hour and this was donea charge up a mountain front 2000 feet In height a slaughter of men Entrenched back of natural walls a snail flight a Dutch victory of which any army of the worM might have been proud Swlney of the Ninetyfourth was dead andl Harrlwn Elliott Austrathcr Mlltctt Pcane Poole R R Illusion Corn wallis Maude Greer sad Iiiumn IHng- h u officers of heroic timid offered up for KiiKlUli love of land and gold nnd the right off mtalit to crake might rigid Colley lilnuelf the lat to leave MA Julia Hill turned to note the Advance of- eadthis Boers wlJ fell hot through the The victory was w complete that front Hlist clay to tills JjMgllib guns have not been trained on Boer UronjjnoUU RECENT DEATHS Much iywfwlHX IIs ton for the wife and two hills pHilMrfii of Mr K C Kyle formerly raalding In MlMlMlppI wh- Itcstlt 64 l navurre1 Bululay1 night at10Hwciilitirrt tUnlurlum wliei lie hadI IWH Mww iadl t July IIIIU rfinilni war brought Jan for talwiwiil lu Cave 11111 UHI11I11 JludeII JIM N411ay her litls1 rut n4 1lflIhH- WoC 1 +hN aN irrp ishly WM Ail4 iii- ViHN4 flu 11111 Ittlnk hirer hHe III li s uiIa 11aeII- fmf iw frtwllIl Jwdly mH J Jw wi- WNI t JHM MM JH Wil lid 4 MH lsJl iJifUattgf4 i 1 tfJ J Utf4JJut ItttffU lUiwiUff IIJ flW tv fl9 iiT P 51 W T r W iIIw6JrtjlW fAIWI i11liNldh- h th se u4 rTIIM4 MIl lMr i w w i faar apiotuirgtltsml i 114n41 ttiYir awfNw r1 atRtaP Waariel- IyI dlie r t+ e4lew Nrs11 i4kl4ab- ado 4WW tip taw link ilbtlltlslt rJ LACE N1nTMw LAlllIIY We Iadsever fell- Ow Meek ala fa11derig lass cwrlais at Zk a pair jives ea tire ufsfacttea Wlrle- fer called and delivered FlrsleTB- erke MAD BAilEY iU 51- eM St Tdeplr ZiiiI IDAVITT Scores Great Britain and the Monstrous Action of the Parliament Declares liner Successes Throw New LIghton Homo Rule for Ireland Condemns Irish Nationalists for Deserting the Cause of the Republics UNSCRUPULOUS ENEMY OF LIBERTY Michael Davitt who last week resigned his seat in the British Parliament has given out the following statement setting forth his reasons for that action My resignation from Parliament jis prompted by three reasous closely related to each other I have spoken in the House of this war with the Boers as organized infamy This is what the civilized world outside of the jingoes will call it But the House wf Commons approves this war supplies the money for its prosecution and indorses the criminal policy which led up to it The only protest still left to me to make against this monstrous action of the British Parliament is to cease to be a member of it SecondlyI feel most strongly about the nonattendance of tbe Nationalist members in the House during the fight for the Transvaals cause To combat the selfish ferocity of the jingo war policy were left only Dillon and three or four more of us with an average backing of thirty In division our colleagues re mained in the lobbies This is B disgrace to the popular representatives of Ireland who number eightyone men Some of the absentees are known to be proBritish and opposed to the Doers in this war I shall do my best now that I am again a free man to limit these supporters of WILLIAM PATTFRSON Candidate for reelection to the Board of Aldermen British infamy out of their Irish constitu encdesThirdlyI am convinced that it U a waste of time and energy for me to re main in the House appealing for justice to an assembly that is dominated by money and lust for conquest England is now the most unscrupulous enemy of liberty among the civilized nations lies money and her callous commerce are poisoning the wells of liberty nil over the world It was Englanda example and influence that induced the United States to do In tho Iliillppjnca what EnglandIs now doing in Africa Apart from this war againit the Dutch race in South Af= rims iiIUU forces have slaughtered thousands upon thousand of natlvM to the region of the Soudan the Niger In Sierra Leone CoomaMle Ugaslds said tltewhere during tlm seven years I Kav been in tlte Bout Vo me all this h Hiunler mul robbery on a acals e im penal m xiilluile and for Hw b4 also live II has been done NypoctKisslly- proessh1K Ills punioiim of dyJHMftt nml JiumiiUy win cb tins P vll Mmolf v would Iw wliaiwwj lo MMUHI wMkf wtft airammistsliclsfaelyt ask uiyalf Ihh JhJt Itff- lwo little iiiUmii like 119 Jr jtivul and tint Orlllll Vies KUlv wllli p c iWH4- wwUlion less ilian that of 11au Jwm = siwo f411 IJhall urICH JHI t1M1H4q- pHlylhl OH Ilia n Ib Utli m iwst HHMUh tQt4lm Yon wilw m IHll aIlk Boers did jboth ati J said tlJW11I lna 10a t Ihrf4t1 ku a llII s I kH IHtlYiJlIhlf ilK ae IHSIH I 1 If piaJ MNtJi Ilc IkUr Ayiii rf IJtIlJItC Irl l1- MIIlr4lWr Nnlrlirfa Ill JHJJ Iwra1 r lifruik t tkll iliId tiey k aiItwt Uttt N 4If riftsC Csw kklI fl vsiatU s I 1 r wt arw tMl1 IM tWRII alwi a ll- l J tl l t JtwtlJtJ g l id ik 1WuB6 s ffl Mlh Wrrh yggaiIMlti J h Ma1- wklr rfl 4f I i 4bIh1 J w1Nl inka+ rrari o ria x it a lJi e it rJ ct 5 UOJCY MErO iJ dC EidITUkY11Ri O voted to the Moral and Social AdvaNceMeNt of all I risk AttterlcaMS iJ irTILL1lAIi M HIGGINS Piti i1MIier SSUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C flittered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecoHdClsa Matter AWiMJtll Commnekationatothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Greta Street OUISVII14E KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4 1899 WARNING6V The Kentucky Irish American nl warns its readers and the publi that anonymous typewritten circular assailing certain candidate i and representing them connected l with the threeletter society have been sent broadcast over this dis trict and elsewhere The state o ments made therein are false and malicious calculated to injure in nocent people Those who receiv them should take positive steps to resent the insult and presumption on their ignorance and credulity TUESDAYS ELECTION Next Tuesday will close the most bitter and hardest fought politicalI campaign in Kentuckys history Whatever its result the State will1 be benefited by the shakeup and thorough discussion of her affair- I by the rival parties At the outsetI the Kentucky Irish American announced it would take no partisan part in the controversy as all hadl and were entitled to their political1l views and would have ample dis cussion and enlightenment on sucl- issues I from the speakers and organs of the respective parties We have commended or criticised candidates regardless of politics several times as we thought they deserved We h+4iloo iHtical 12rind andl t REIdhc rJCJJtrnrpoorf e i j v no matter which political party triumphs n on Tuesday During the campaign however the traits of character and sentiment of various candidates have been developed not a few showing hostility to our people others indifference and some their appreciation and kindly feel ingGov John Young Brown who began his political life opposing and denouncing KuowNothing pro scription though assailed by his opponents is the same liberal minded able and honorable gentle man with a record of public service of which all Kentuckians are proud though they may disagree with him politicallyGen oj S Taylor Repub lican candidate for Governor is a lawyer of recognized ability and as no charges affecting his character have been made in this hot cam paign it is fair to assume he is a decent sort of man We have criticised Senator Will Urn Goebel the candidate of the regular Democrats not because of his politics but because of his acts ami utterances in the campaign His promiscuous and uncalledfor denunciation of mien honored and railed by the people hU Jnsin ttltKti epithets and threats against jpntfctfHCN known and respected as mtcfa alwply because they do not- I r I Mttu to favor his election his proven trsc wrY and slander of his friends old wffwUrn kto bringing to his wort w ft result of his Iysterl MM iJMtmfRtJJ in Ibis city JtQ wli j 9 H tf tW mrt MotwM A Ft AIHI show Wm taU1 ttiMy tint to to tta Chief Kxtciitivc at the tU nevJNf thus w cIftu rsirSia1 frotaawiaCIag itf to- tttrr VIsrL it they root fur bUdl li Aa no wick bait tyw widett d Itaye oitiy Ikit- utleraI to bhtoe J sn N- tbflWQ to eittl91 tM 01 MateaJIll 0 ilints air jWitlI1 Mini fMII f t w oltaiJ tUttvi Iin nu Wty re 1Npcncti4fle fur tits Null1 imr aiwuld- tleay U cvudmuM betam of fto flU 1ili MHtilt ttettlt vi Irteq ea 1 men nnd some not so good but out readers in casting their votes cat safely take the following under con sideration STATE SUNATOH Robert Tyler John Barret- LEGISrATUIEv Joseph Seng George M Goetz Henry Kretner John M Tevis James P Reedy Syl McDonough JUDGE CItY COURT Squire John McCann ALDnzMaN Charles J Cronan William Patterson A J Ross Len G Herndon M DoerhoeCerW J OHearn James C Gilbert John t Gruber Charles Byrne Chas G Hulsewedc M J Ford Hector B Dulaney Dennis Crowley Dr R B Gilbert Thos Satterwhite Humphrey Knecht COUNCILMEN John J Sullivan John Cribbins James J Adams Geo DeSouchet John T Bourke Reuben Jacobs Dr C G Russman Perry Farnsley Ed L McDonald Charles Gay DunlapIJohn McElHott Frank McGrath Dr R W Taylor Mike Burke Charles Feeney John B Campbell Marion Miller T J OBryan John J Toomey CE Shepard- S rrankSchafer Joseph H Gernert SCHOOL TRUSTBKS John E Bell F W Ruby Hancock Taylor Gavin Cochran Robert Cochran George F Roser J M Clint terson Dr R E Galvin H H Moore J B Atkinson 1PARK COMMISSIONERS John Doerhoefer Dr J W Fowler BelknapTHEYRE Some time ago we were told by ia prominent gentleman that Willian Goebel candidate for Governor iif- l L f not a member ofwas tleastinl ix sit the+ t r 1 tter + glee ment against the Irish and CathoJ lics and that the organization would in due time advocate and urge his election The evidence as to th first part of this assertion is no sufficient to verify the charge though Mr Goebels recent Gerlr an speech at Turners Hall contained sentiments which doubtless met the approval of those who favor pro scription but the latter part of the gentlemans assertion has been fully verified in the past few days as those darklantern politicians who since they lost control prestige and even recognition with the Repub lican party have made pretenses claims and threats of their purposes to use their steen thousand votes have at last found an abiding place and recognition with the Goebel committee and pledge themselves to work with all their friends for his election Since they lost control of the Re publican committee and in spite of their fake rival committee and boast ed strength and influence failed to force that party to recognize nomi nate or appoint any of them to office they have held meetings rcsoluted and proclaimed about a full ticket that would sweep the city until the public ignored them as ridiculous Their ticket did not materialize the Republicans turned them down the Brown Democrats spurned them but they seein to have been welcomed by the Goebel Democracy D W Holmes GeorgeKergasot ad lair patriotic brethren are aeI cordltjfly announcedl hailer a Uf kfwiliv NI the CowrterJiwrwil1 M kc with thcRepubUc party 1M tathwit1utk tor Gault iuivlu- Ikii+ady Oflof to ttte Iiiitkib i word iw liegre stab all enthulMtIcII for Ceabsi A tho uWes of t1waa i paMitdi d lo UK- CfMiriif Jowtui MN ouuif koown to kAVf IbK+ pplk oU lot 1loot WMI- j I iMtei Itdtral or a y 44 offio J w Job for thwlrati ytttfdt Veiling lo t Uftiu any offim with tict Kvptiblic t silo they an oaw thuoTwdic lot t oaa Our reiamti kooir MUM of llt s M f 9iwryt II lit Iloa tho J The Outlaaders who were the object of Englands solicitude do not seem to appreciate her kindness since it is reported there are 35000 of them in the Boer army which has been thrashing her Majestys i troops in the past few weeks A Chinese mob assaulted and in jured several French soldiers in ai town in Southern China which means that unless John Chinama- makes I prompt and satisfactory apol ogy and remuneration his pig tai1 will be pulledsome more by Johnnie Crapau and the Bear Ed Tietney of the Bord o f Safety has added to his reputation and popularity by the part he took in formulating and having issued the order for the guidance of the police on election day It is not generally known but it is true that many of the offensive acts and or ders of the board in the past were e without his approval Whateve- may be charged against the board Mr Tierney has so conducted him self as to be able to show a generalI alibi The withdrawal of Davitt Red motid and OBrien from Parliamen to avoid expulsion the resort to the cloture to suppress opposition and force through the necessary acts o f Parliament to uphold and carry out the British policy in the Transvaal while it shows that the war advo cates controlled Parliament also in dicates that the opposition was earnest and stronger than has bee conceded Then the immediate proroguing of Parliament after the passage of the war measures inti mates that the Government wa anxious to avert any further public discussion of its policy The tonee of the press nOw that disaster has fallen on the troops in Africa fiis not such as emanates from an ap proving people and the Ministry having forced by stringent rules Parliamentary sanction must face a growing popular disapproval The astrologists who teach that the affairs of taco+ h elieOfrth isI Jitloberari cot trolld bYJlh position and movement of tits planets and on this basis prophesy as to th diree resultt of the solar eclipse and the antics o the planet Neptune on and following December 2 The United States is to have local storms landslides tidal waves and a few earthquake shocks Of England the astrolog ical seers who read the stars say More than likely it will profound ly affect the strained relations at present existing between the Boers and the English authorities while it is almost certain that the fer menting misunderstanding will in volve nations that are now com placently watching the situation Not unlikeTy England will emerge from the great contest humiliated and defeated and her overbearing avarice shall once for all place her among the secondary powers OAININO NEW MEMBERS The two local Carpenters Unions are receiving large additions to their ranks Union 214 met Saturday night and Union 203 Monday night at Becks Hall where twenty applicants were admitted Dual Mil Agent Diets is greatly encouraged with the outlook and will soon announce a Mries of open meetings in the interests of the Brotherhood of Carpenters wad Joiners Theproceedings were eliven d by an ftdttreiq by Chattel E ShplMNrd President of the Allied Printing Trades Council which was well received ViROWA SOCIALS The VcroftU Bociala have been reor K Hizd for the cowing season and will give their first hop ainl reception at Nor ton iiall Ninth and Jko 1 way on Thi4r Uy pvtMlNff November lq for which a ergs number of MvitfttlotM have teen j eased Those eowepoeiag tN crab are M Joyce W Wtofe X Doyle J tea C Hwtw Jt Joyce J DwffMii- N tleyk as4 11 Giwaey T yaK g gewll rut Naade a hest oflriettda MM jNMr Kit W whoel will be gibd to yara that the etch nit oussUtwe IMa- aoNNiaie iiiucTOtitis I LL rl- Uvel and Krw ot hare tlwed w- rf iaue fair a aelsat foark bait to be j IIbsVyflails I 4ae gittu have penwau very ujqaUe sodas tiwti cbuMM areIarger 4 ftcill iliaci better tbti CWMON ihan eve beba- reu b uo doubt 1 but UM bee who rdcfit sIvefcwaosts I w aft rttot M wiil in y11wball Ita WL Nf fer Mw f i SOCIETY E Gyw l tJilf CJf Mr and Mrs Basij Doerboefer and daughter spent the past week in Wash ington N A a iwltagi merchant of New avenwas here em a brief visit this weektTrinity Council will give another of its Wednnesday evening 1 Miss fanning of Wilkesbarre was the charming guest this week of Mrs Miller 1931 Brook street James McGrath wlio has been visitin 0his sisters iu Jeffersonville returned t St Louts Monday to Mrs S W McGifl of Nashville iiis visiting her mother Mrs D T McGill 108 East Broadway Mrs Mike Campbell of Jeffersonville has been spending the week visiting relatives in Aurora Ind Miss Florence Carpenter returned hom- Tuesday after spending several week QuigleyrMiss Mary Lillis of Frankfort was this week the guest of the Misses Mc Auliffe in Jeffersonville 1Susses Ada and Nellie McEwnn have returned to Frankfort after an enjoyable visit with relative here Miss Holt of Frankfort has arrived in the cityto spend several weeks with her sister Mrs A J Carroll J W ONeill the well known commer cial traveler spent several days at Wes Baden Springs last week Miss Beatrice Collins has returned from Taylorsville where she was the guest of her brother Jerry Collins Miss Mary Gans returned to her home pleasantJt city Mr George Welsh of Danville gave ia delightful Biatlnee party totwelveyoun lady debutantes Tuesday afternoon- S Mr and Mrs Fred Tracey of New Yorkwho have been visiting friend here left yesterdajrfor New Albany Misses Emma Perry and Annie Smith left this week for Greensburg after spending several days with friends here Miss Anna C Hughes returned home last Tuesday evening after visiting friend in Philadelphia aid other Eastern cities Mrs James Hopkins slid daughter returned to Hopklnyillc yesterday after a pleasant visit wltlJrs Sarah Kennedy heff r aa4J- lil rp gafterapleasant villahotpc 1tIifIi J u fT w willespend the next threet weeks here as the guest of her sister Mrs Lemuel Mcj Henry fMrs Andrew Casey of Nashville was a visitor here Wednesday She was ac companied by her sister Miss Walker of Hartford Miss Mattie Belle Bryan will come from Covington Monday to spend the month of November wills her cousin Miss Cath erine Cox C Misses Mamie Day and Bettie McGrew have returned to their home in Taylor vine after a delightful visit with friends in this city rfl Miss Julia Bard left for Washington Wednesday evetingafterspendingsevl eral days with Mrs Sarah Kennedy 222 East Chetsnut streetL Casper Hammer has returned from West Baden where he held several con ferences with President Dreyfus Secretary Pulliam and John T Brush Misses Sadie and Irene Logan two charming young lladies of Bradleys Sta tion ire visiting here this week as the guests of Mr andMra H G Magg Mr and Mrs Thomas Fleming of Hqpkinsville who have been visiting Mrs Sarah Keaaedy East Chestnut street left for tkeirhotne yesterday Ed Proctor kh popular barber Is receiving thin congratulations of his friends on accewt of the arrivalICtC a lit tie tonsorial artist k his house the past week 0 Misses WaYirLHr Lily Proctor and Vinnie Cooper left Ilast Thursday Hiorniug cm a atilt is expedition to With nut Hills IIKMM where during their stay they will he the guests of Mr aad Mrs D G Stewart Thomas Diguaic k pile the happiest men Ila LinMrkk A lovely girl baby has ben 4ed to bye hoimhold at 1125 Seventh street Qppltc the number motherTadI +Mill ICatkli haMd lire- mewiwrft at tine AquinM Union will a- fqugaNMte pnfftrrdi Hailow n nifU 1aaeIag wM tad in nntil midnight wba the goat Jutto a bowtti fwl r past w atW been eptwd fur thrsaMIM Ami Kfttf atastaied Ii pasty tI her fund MiUowwfi aifcbt l dIe jMiosathparty with several jrcotl tola with piano aCCOftlpatmrlIdoanb which The uuri tolWm tttiriiu GoUb cb ltd Alfred Fruity MM wtoactaed it the kooit ltgNrlat ctopti Ymnla in the JIIWI alttw of a Sup of tbdt ioudI 1 11M j DEMOCRATIC TICKET State Offices dovernorJOHN YOUNG BROWN of countyLieutenant P JOHNSTON 0of Fayotto county ITANNEUcountyAudItorFRANK of Cald well county KentonSecretary of StatoB L HINES of countySuperintendent of Public Instruction REV G C OVEUBTREET of Spencer YCommlulonerof Agriculture D W VANDEVEISR of LIncoin county For Railroad Commissioner DEhiPBEYecounty ofWashingtonofMontgomeryState Senator Thlrtysaventh District Third Fourth FIfth Sixth and Seventh wardsROB ERT TYLER Doorkeeper Kentucky sen ate Legislature RAGLANDFortynfth DIstrlctJO3EPH H SENG Fortysixth District Second and ThIrd wards O lL GOETZ president Stone cutters union- Fortyseventh DistrictJOHN M TE VIS Fortyeighth District Sixth and Sev entn wardsHENRY KREMBR ex wharfmaster Fortyninth REEDY and Ninth attorneyatlawFiftieth District Tenth wardBYIVESTER MDONOUGH- HltyDrat District Eleventh and Twelfth wards THOMAS DREWRY Judge City Court SQUIRE JOHN MCANN Aldermen groceryLEN mar chantDR j H BUBCHEMEYER practicing physician druggistMcompany groceriesJOHNand grocer CHARLES G HULSEWEDE attorney atlaw CHARLES BYRNE stock shipper attorneyatlawbookkeeperMCounoilmen First WardJOHN J SULLIVAN mer chant JOHN CRIBBIN grocery and sa loon Second WardFRANK SCHAEFER carpenter and builder J H oaTEN DORF millwright Third WnrdJA1IES J ADAMS man cutterJFourth WardGEORGB D DUSOU CHET president Barkeepers union JOHN T BOURKE Ironmouldar RUSSlIANtpractieIng editort WardJOHN C MILLER at tII1ilJiU EN JACO iJ 41goods anti notions Seventh WardED L MDONALD attorneyatJawDRT F BERRY Eighth WardGUS WBHRLBY bar ber T G DUNLAP merchant Ninth WardJOHN G MELLIOTT saloonlit FRANK McGRATH Tenth WardDR R W TAYLOR practicing physician MIKE BURKE real Istate- Eleventh Ward CHARLES FEENEY foreman National Tobacco works ALB DARRAGHTwelfth JOHN B CAMPBELL Kentucky Wall Plaster company JOHN U BLANDSchool Trustees Fortyflfth District First wardJOHNlB BELL Fortysixth District Second and Third irardDR Ir W RUBY practicing physicianDistrict HANCOCK FortY SBhth DlstrlctGAVIN COOK RANnFortynlnth District Eighth and NIBw- owaldsRODERT COCHRAN lawyer Fiftieth DlslrlctE W GALVIN FJrtynrst trlctJOSEPH ATXIK ION Park Commissioners MUJDOON- QIIN lnp14HOtOFER- G t AA- Sag position in society circles Mr Fra ney is connected with the ToddDonigau Iron Company They left after the ceremony on an extended wedding trip and will be at home to their friends after November 18 at Ohio rails where they will make their future residence Miss Katie Ash of Jeffersonville and Thomas Mullaney were married Monday afternoon at Sa Charles church The bride is a niece of Mrs Joseph Flaherty and very popular in Jeffersonville The groom is well known here and his host of friends extend their congratulations Miss Gertie Werner a most accom plashed young lady and popular In Ger mau social circles was married to John Hartlauf of Indianapolis at the Church thelmulaculahConceptlluTuesdayWorMing they left for the Indiana capital where they wilt wake their future home The rites of matrimony were solemniz ed between Thomas P Mullaney and Katherine Ash last Monday aftcrtynu- at st Charles BorroineoV church Rev Father Raffo officiating The bride is a- sleet of Mr and Mrs Flaherty of Jeffer fowyille and la quite popular id the society of that town while the groom is ajnoWwrin the employ of the Louisville loetOtHMrittwmMl venture Aflertbe emtiKwy the ywujj couple left OH a trip to Cipeit- tpptlsadtheEMt On thkreturn they i ut bit att hometo their frieta4Nat Fif l +atit Mid Maple treti JOLLY BACNBLOROIftU Invitrtiob bivt beets MMd toe the H toot daooo of tlaeloUrditor Otrta Club which tikes place at the iwUtiu of fir Thomas IaSa a1 IMS War kit idreet Monday eVtahslTbepla cotnprWag this club are the jolliest fef the Jolly and their urirdextend over toe entire city Allttut is required to procure dmMon fa oa levitation and I tweulyfivo Mat Young geuflcoMta Ia- starch ol rare fuu eltssdsot min this turftr The b dttk r girl ut up t M1Ie L= How Are Your Teeth 1mIf tonuI Louisvilleii I Dental Parlors i 544 FOURTH ST l Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE I Louisville 6 t tsf Smithss i i Funeral Directors I And EmbalmersM- ISS1 KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmcr i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice- S B OOH EIGHITM AND JEFFERSON STS TELEPHONE 810= IIIIi IItIIIIgII4It l1IIIt Iit IIIIttllll flt 111 I i 1 IIIII 1 I E11 1 III Ill t I Mll1ooll M01111111611t GOllipailhilDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND OFII tr 3 s AI1 e rt IJOw iiArUsUc Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy 1 WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET IItJItdllt IIIIIIIIIII 1- 6iiieiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1iiihM 04i ittY IjPARADISEae ae i i SAMPLE ROOM i ii Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool PROPRIETORi i a Streetii jonisr x ERANI 17 71ALTERSt 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KYii v HENRY C LAUER ti- a S ULIVERYI Y AND BOARDINGm G STABLEI J 428430 East Jefferson St- 1t31eotrio Monroe Olijjjplnjj 41CSO Par Ilocid Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours at reasonable rates TELEPHONE 11140 r f EMBLEM CONTESTI fm Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian A1 Two iantUpme Emblems of the Ancient Order v of Hibernian will be awarded by the Kentucky Irish American toQ ti receiving the highest num bur of vot fl Uieac coupon c4ily to be u fd for ballots u- I 11J o rnnld mJiM ou file FM Liae WvWoo on the Second J 1 r iTI ii TlI rt t1CI ritccgrIAISH lUO h I IREPUBLICAN S CITY TICKETt i L a l r t t t POLICE JUDGE I ICaptR M Buckle t PARK COMMISSIONBES Robert C Kinkead Morris B Belknap Julius Wanner George T Wood ALDERMENCharles j Charles Bohmer P Booker Reed Vir W G Munn John A Stratton Thomas H Rubel John Ryans t Ernest Colston DrFHHart J George Langolf Tlieophile Conrad Herman Ohman t An sv THE EMPORIUM 423 W JEFFERSON ST Just Below Fourth m Call and look over our line of Christmas Presents Euchre Prizes Imported China Dinner Sets from 698 to 40 Sliver Knives and Forks as low as 298 HIGGINS DGRAVV f gADBAZMTo be given for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Eighth St MUSIC HALLCOMMENCING l Tuesday Nov 14 And continuing eleven days Admission tOe Season Tickets 25c Business Mens Dinner from 12 to 2 Oclock No soliciting during these hours FRANK FEHR BREWING 60 i INCORPORATED BREWERS flND BOTTUERS LOUISVILLE KY 0 c r- II DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN tel T 0 Dollollortil K66na UNDERTAKERS n 1229 West Markett Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1I LIIPIiOATIC 1l3O Sit All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car- rlarres Nurnlabed for Ali Oocaaionrc- r k r JOHN FOERTELn BOTGHERTQ N BREWERY ii CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telophotf 891 WHHSVaiE KY i Ic jI SCHOOL TRUSTEES i E F auerman 45th District L JGus Gareis 46th District Gus C RiQtze 47th District k A Marcus 48th DistrictA D W Capito 49th District jj- P M McDonald 50th District 1 H Moore 51st District T Tt STATE SENATE r 37th District John Barret Louisville rrC fI t LEGISLATURE k2 f 44th District J G Strong Jefferson Ov 1 45th District Dr John A Stafford i Louisville j 46th District R WWatson Louisville i 47th District J R Kelday Louisville x 48th District Mark H Heissman 0 j Louisvilletl49th District W M Hail Louisville 50th District G DR Aikin Louisville i 51st District Sam Lucas LQuisvilleiI w THE REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor I WILLIAM S TAYLOR v 1 Of Butler County 01 iForUeut 1JOHN1 Of Louisville StateII Fur Secretary of CALEB POWERS I Of Knox County For Attorney General CLIFTON J PRATT Of Hopkins County For Auditor REV JOHN S SWEENEY Of Bourbon County For Treasurer WALTER R DAY Of Breathitt County For Superintendent ofPublic Instruction JOHN BURKE Of Campbell County For Commissioner of Agriculture CAPT J W THROCKMORTONOf For Railroad Commissioners CAPT H S IRWIN Second District JOHN C WOODThird Dis- trictLawlerMDFIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON- N W Cor Nineteenth and Daacaa FIRe Lunch and Music Saturday Night S eOUNOILMENf FIRST WARD R1 M Cunningham H G Browning 0 SECOND WARD = Henry Bachmann Jacob Edinger a THIRD WARD H C Buchanan Robert Donahue i FOURTH WARD Theophilus Stern Andrew Vogt FIFTH WARD f J D Wright John T Babbitt SIXTH WARD Dr J H Wheeler W A Meriwether w WAR SONG God of National God of Justicel God of Liberty and Light Guard the gallant Dutch republic From the curse of Englands might In the coming tide of battler When the British cannons roar Nerve the right armsof its burghers Bless their banner evermore For they fight a fight for freedom Fight for hearths and homes they love Fight the sacred cause of Justice Place their truUmTfaee above- Godof battles blessl their Banner y t YCri Crush the moneyed aright of England Gained through centuries of wrong And on yea sons of Erin By the blood your fathers shed Strike another blow for freedom Wave the green flag oer the red Crush and trample on the Saxon Hark I hear that Irish band With their ringing battle slogan God save Ireland Save the Rand a4Mtklthf01 NItM M M RItIM IMItAlttl I CHAFFiBBgoBBA tBSttrs t bBM rFtMI h M +fB Prof A H Sayce archaeological ex plorer and professor of assyriology in Oxford England aft thirty years spent in deciphering the ancient hieroglyphics of Eastern lauds is visiting the United States and was iinterviewed a few days since in New York He described briefly the immense libraries lately unearthed in Egypt Babylonia etc and at Tcllo in South Chaldea a French explorer dis covered a library which was found three or four centuries before Abraham The libraries are formed Of clay books lying on shelves containing records that throw light on many of the books of the Old Testament especially that of the Penta teuch He shows conclusively that this latter belongs to the Mosaic age and sees no reason to doubt that it is the composi tion of Moses himself But the most Valuable archaeological discovery of the last quarter of a century from a biblical point of view has been that of the Telal Amarna cuneiform tablets The immense air skip which will be completed in a few days the invention of Count Van Zeppelin of the German army is built of aluminum the lightest of metals There are 2000 cylinders each holding sixteen cubic feet of hydro gen gas so that there will be about 32 000 cubic feet of gMC inf the whole ship lIt is admitted by all scientists that the lifting power of this nuhydrogen gas will be ten tons The weight of the wjiole ship will be only Sour tons The outer covering of the pbip will be entirely fireproof With the Me and intelligent construction of thissew air ship the world is about to taiir Poua new epoch Besides being a new weapon of war it ifl expected to be tie s Jtt f cted balloon which will carry IM wttt the greatest ease from temperate t seiidellmefrees the regions of IJabn iir to Hw arid plat cans of ASial adtab the host inwe cetoible points of the emp M M wily reached u New Yerkfar iu r other ofoar important centers The Lady Abbw oC St Benedict Rome iIe ntV frifrthy thrown the United States mdkf6k pate Of its educa tion a ntl religions feature She Is the laughtert toffSIt Robert Pynseut the head of one of tt31U0lit illustrious Catholic families of Great Britain After assuming tlie religious garb Lfedy Pynsent WM se lected by Cardinal Jiuinin to5 go to Rome and found ttts Conveto of St Benedict The Objw watrtihat a central point might bet JMtfad at Xante for i J ii ai Englishspeaking people interested in literary work or research The poor are fed daily at the convent and one depart ment carefully fostered is the bestowal of charity upon the reduced nobility whose pride will not permit them to seek as sistance The Lady Abbess succeeded short time ago in affiliating her founda tion in Rome with St Andrews University Edinburgh One of tier principal objects in visiting the United States was to form a similar connection with the Catholic University of America Her ad miration of American institutions is very great and sincerely and naturally ex lpreBsedi k She was much fimptessed with eorgetown couirteousplace she visited Her praise of railroad officials is peculiarly agreeable because so little is said of these painstaking courteous men We in this country are so accustomed to these civilities in travel ing that we take them for granted as a muter of course seldom taking time to richlydeservedThe Lady Abbess holds the highest dig nity attainable by a woman in the Catho lic church She wears the plain black habit of the Benedictines the oldest order in the church She is about forty years ofage aristocratic and refined In spile of all that is said and written the tongue of slander will wag till the end of time Wherever vacuity exists there gossip and vulgarity the parents of detraction reign Many of the oughtto be gentler sex whose time could easily be filled with helping the tired ones of labor and toil mending or making cloth ing for the destitutewho are only too manyand from whose hours of idleness nothing good ever comes would improve themselves and would learn to see much good where now they see but little if any Helping the sewing class for the parish poor would bea wonderful improvement to sitting at ones window by the hour staring in idleness at passersby or worse still making unjust comments perhaps on ones neighbors across the way v- At last the eeltight skirt is doomed to disappear and the graceful boxplaited one takes its place This is the latest dictum of fashion Also the trailing skirt will soon if fashion plates read correctly be a dream of the past To those figures who resemble nothing so much as a baby in long skirts the neat walking length ought to come asa relief Though trouble itIngrace along with it The action of the Countess Caatellane nee Miss Anna Gould in putting off her distinguiehedMrs fashionable Paris is being unfavorably jottmalaWheaby the attention which her titledbett hfttf beetowed on another woman abe ab raptly newlyfonudtreaaere but quietly betook herself heart sympathy of all true women Moralh winningfriend ANxzNavntCUxatrxcxArtCALLA The C alUn Dramatic Club which iis pertupf the beet amateur dramatic organ iiastioq in this city vrfU prewar the well known and phasiugplyalledAwayt t evenlugMackiii Council borne fund Tickets for the perfortMuoe are now on isle and a handsome ram sbouM be realised to aid lain men of the Wnt lad in their COUNCILMENSEVENTH Theodore Ahrens Jr A J Brandies EIGHTH WARD L 0 C B Blakey H J Conen w NINTH WARD F M Grinstead William Bradford t TFNTH WARD Dr C I Groves J A M Ramsay ELEVENTH WARD Dr C F Dupre Jacob Reisch- TWELFTH WARD C J Comstock C E Shepard w sse wnn svrw I t ACKERMANM WI COO IITCOIIIOIIATEIJ MAINSTREET BREWERY LAGER BEER ANDI t ITS PURE LOUISVILLE KY WIUmM DIILANEY8l r EXCHANGEL J Seventh and St Cather- ineWINESLIQUORS AND CIGARS J4 Prank Fehrs Beer always on tap Special attention paid to orders for family user Hot Licmeh Day and flight JOHN P KELLY SON DEALERS IN GroceriesVegetables Fresh Meats Produce Sarantaanth and Bank Streets Specialattention given to family orders and goods de livered to all parts of the city HOT1 RICHELIEU CAFE AND M J Rl3STAURANTfro 221 THIRD AVE Private Dining Rooms Open Day and Night Best of Wines and Cigars TTnrjTJVPHONTO 06S BROWN LEGHORNS Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching 6 cents each Two Cockerels for sale cheap CHAS D JACQUES i 2422 St Xavier TABLET TO BB ERECTED t The people of Youghal are taking steps to commemorate an exceptionally mel MKlioly incident in the rebellion one hundred years ago The Rev Peter PNeill who was parish priest of Dally mncoda was logged in the corner of the town known M the Ball Alley because hew supposed to have been possessedof tome important secret connected with a time committed in tllat locality He knew nothing about it but even if he poeessedtheSeent ItWM his privilege to conceal ii M a print But tbote who were carrying autBritiek3yranay jni Trey laud sought to extort a confession front the heoric priest and comniltted thisi lohuman act of aeourginx It is proposed to codmcmorate thatfeveut by theme tin of A memorial tablet on the well kKKVB sad anclat Gook fhte where it JOHN D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF M LAWLERS ONARC HIIA SUPERIOR i O NT OIGAR 1207 West Main Street Louisville BIG POUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria r CHICAGOAND J INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOTii Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave SS J QA1M3JJS General Agent Louisville Ky MarWCINCINNATI O u4himIrish priest Two humble Member of the Society of United Iri lmMa Clwrlefl ONeill and Chaiks Gallagher perwhed on the scaffold m Youghal and thge brave fellows it is also proposed to honor by a memorial tablet The memory peopleYoughal of lYe 1eMcma for the futureryeD We bay at last our new nteatwttct system and if the situ are equal tothetaew regtmenUl uniform we shall have a decided iraprovetnentoir the old order off COrreaporidentThere u Uniforms which jiiay not please certain- fatidioustistes U but H Iii witbal a smart rig The old Robin Hood poles have r been with provided4 jTJyHV vii V WV c fid EUcTsr IR AY l tiIC A 1 T 4 EEState SenatorE ThirtyseventhDistrictE ROBERT TYLER IEForty- fifth For Legislature Fortyfourth District E E District JOSEPH SENG E Fortysixth District E GEO M GOETZ w EFortyseventh District E JOHN M TEVIS w w Fortyeighth District EHENRY KREMER = Fortyninth1 Districtww E JAMES P REEDY wFiftiethDistrict a w ESYLVESTER McDONOUGH E Fiftyfirst District w THOMAS DREWRY w r L ww fflmmhfromi irrnrrnn nmtntm4imn i mm4m + tmmnammn mmn mmi rmnn n rnn nm n nnmn mmmnttntnnttmn+ r I DEMOCRATIt NOMINEESt q f V A p j DR H l ti CHAS r jQ t THOS 11L rFAVOR 0 economical government compatible with efficient administration home material in the construction of public works and the patronage of home industry in nil the citys purchases organized works the of the Council as a branch of the municipal government the abolition unnecessary offices the of money now wasted in high salaries for sinecures for the construction of substantial public the lowest tax rate pro f vide for the legitimate expense of an administered govern- mentWh Unnecessary taxation the waste of tine peoples money in offices to be the relatives of the Mayor favorites of a political ring alt mannerof extravagance in pub lie among the corruption intimidation of the City Council by the patronage of the the discrimination against home products and the purchase of supplies to control votes inthen Council the violation of the law by which Aldermen and Councilmen secure contracts for pubftc works for furnishing city supplies A l11 HON JOHN YOUNG BROWN I OUR NEXT GOVERNOR jHeWould Rather Be Right Than to Hold Any Office I i I IW iiii SECOND ANNUAL BALLTO BE GIVEN BV M r Lm m I I NEW LIEDERKRANZ HALL CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT STREETS PI 11 IO DAY NIGH1 NOV 2Q UNION MADE NOT IIN TRUST TOBACCO- n o SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING GOOD ManufMlurMl by LOUISVILLE TaaAQCOWQIiK IiBeae mlIflect di Bur eylbaSco Irish Whisky Potbeen fwd flarpring enter1to He na JOB Judgeof City Court JOHN McCANN For Alderman J ROSSaLEN G HERNDON J BUSGHEMEYER hilMDOERHOEFERW JOHN L GRUBER JIULSEWEDE CHARLES BYRNE HECTOR B DULANEY + SATTERWHITE J d OUR PLATFORMVVEThe most independence and expenditure improvements that will OPPOSE1rand unnecessary distributed and expenditures and office and illiltiltJ GOMPRNY HIBERNIRN KNIGHTS I- CAE POJHEEN The beat composition PRINTING A FORD economically KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN IRI H S lIlY mRf I0 AO IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas J Dolan Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Wifliam T Meehan Vice President Thomas Cam field Recording SecretarYJohn Mooney Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhitCaanaujh Recording SecretaryJohnCavanaugh Financial SecretaryNoJ Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second aud Fouth Wednes of Each Mont- hPresidentJohn II Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 420 East Gray street treasurerHarry Brady- DIVISION 0 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month CunninghamVicepresidentD Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial Secretary J J Curran 616 Thirteenth stree- tTrwurer1I J McCarthy Walsh the Tailor 232 FOURTH AYE i Examine Complete Lin- eFall Suitings 0 Js OALLAHANf flAKER OP ibis Boots and Shoes J1 3 StrotaI W WMnHHIN lad WpllfWl MCHJ DeIei u1JIMPLACE For Councilman + t First Ward rL JOHN J SULLIVAN JOHN CRIBBINSk Second Ward b FRANK SCHAFER JH OSTENDORF Third Ward JAMES J ADAMS JOSEPH Eu GERNERT Fourth Ward k GEO G DeSOUCHET f JOHN T BOURIE FifthWardAR G RUSSMAN PERRYFARNSLEY Sixth Ward JOHN C MILLER I REUBEN JACOBS Seventh Ward ED L MCDONALD DR T F BERRY i Eighth Ward t4 GUS WEHRLEY T G DUNLAR E CONDEJtIN 11tCAYOIZ For his treachery to his party for his violation of the pledges upon which he was entrustedwith power for his support of a foreign monopoly in a contest with a Kentucky product for discrimina tion against local rock quarries for an inferior product in which one of his pet Aldermen is inter ested for the taxes of rich corporations and all claims to the penny power hrs own political purposes and for false promises of situations in the police fire departments and branches of the public service for the purpose of deluding the voters tUlUlUUliUlillUll J J I What They Wave Been Doing the Past tweekOeneral I News Notes Division 4of Jledford Mass had ia smoke talk In its new hull Jast Sunday afternoontThe annual fair of Division 0 of Provi dence will be opened iovembet 24 with R grand ball- Theannual of Division 28 was held in the Town halt of Revere Mass Thursday evening Division uof Providence has com menced making arrangements for a fair to be held in February There were no meetings of divisions theybeiugDrills arc held Sunday mornings by many of the companies of Hibernian Knights throughout the Eastern States Charles McBride of Division 1 of St Paul was presented with a tendollar gold piece for bringing in new members The Hibernians Providence are look lug forward to the visit of Hons Daniel Tallon and John Redmond who are tour- Ing in behalf of the Parnell monument fundThe Hibernia s of StV Paul are making arrangements for celebrating the anniversary of the Manchester martyrs All n Larkin and OBrien on the evening of November 23 Another division has been added to the number in Boetoa making now sixty nine in that county It was instituted in Hibernian Hall tyro weeks ago by County President Cronia and staff The resolutions of sympathy with the Doers adopted by the Hibernians of Du luth Mi nbcai eed a few Anglo maniacs to become very indignant and their actions are extremely ridiculous The Fortyfire party given by Di vision 2 of Syracwe last week was the most enjoyable ever held by the Hiber nians of that city The hall was not large enough accommodate the invited guests An important pwjust been taken by Division of that of organizing a K iKt r company withia its own ranks AVaady fortyfour menIaye been enrolled arrangements are bring made for the punaae of uniforms and aide arms The a ipny will drill aaaid uogalydadngthettintermoathawith the hope of being iU m conditioni as good M the best to participate in the monitor pa ride in Boston in oonn ction with the I I JKayI DiyuJoii lot etwoatfetbeIof FrJd Laborteldllet1ton in Hibernian gnnaia of Ahat dty In viUtioni have bwn sent tofnerabispvof part of the evtmiog t tf fee by William H Donahue tlMtt will be tuaicll adIUtwwy sir pit of I I Democratic Nominee for ALDERMANVoted for by the city at large TEMPLE THEATER- W H MEPFERT MANAGER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY- IN tl mf Il m RING f Matinee daily at 215 Night at 815 Popular PriceslOc ICc 25c 35c and SOc No higher BUCKINGHAMFinest Vandeillle Tbestr in America WiO r Matinees Sandy Monday Wednesday Bstard That Ever Sumptuous Frivolity TAMMANY TIGERS Presenting the Rope Craze The King of the Hobo Ring See the Satire entitled Sassy and Mile Lulu in Poses Plastiq- ueEXEOrION toTZyrxHe Will be received by special wire Tuesday TIJJJ1VATHENI rI- CE CREAMM FACTOR l t7N HOWRY mmwB r 62Q Eighth St and Highlattd and Baxter Avenues gal65cPrnitaCoffee and Banana per galn 75c Almond and Dlaearoou per gal 100 Bisque and Tuttifrutti f100 to 1125 1009ierbetaandlces wet faaharnr- All We 00kinds of Trine Cakes made and ornamented to order Candy PulHiwi served oil port notice PI nURIUDMJlKAm CR IM Alp ty It ia the purist and beat T l 2144 MHl XftM rallclattalto1lotela len and Jora4n 77 C I M MURPHY ffpief MATS hf It 1r tr 1 f For Councilman Ninth Ward JOHN G McELLIOTt 3JFRANK McGRATH 3Tenth Ward 3MIIEEleventh Ward CHARLES FEENEY ALB DARRAGH 2Twelfth3JOHN3JOHN9 School TrusteeFo- rtyfifth District 3JOHN E BELL 3Fortysixth District E W RUBY Fortyseventh Distric- tIiAN000K t TAYLOR Fortyeigth District = GAVIN COCHRAN Fortyninth District ROBERT COCHRAN s THE compromising enforcing last dischargingDemocrats organizedand other lllUIUilUUliimitUlUlUUItUUlitllttUllllUllUUIlUtUlUUlltiUll bath Gardieerhass aDd WilliamPawson 1Mitnes 3 3 KLEIDERERrue 354 Fourth Avenue Near Jefferson Suits and overcoats 25 and up Has just received kin New Fall and Winter Importations a foooMecfn A rf aesr rs THE HEfPEG jPenmartjiii tfiorfhancTf en Telegrajoky Ty errlrilin 9Mfiend for M dialogue W lEIt lpvilltKJ Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses There are other schools than ours butnone that can offer our facilities ITALIANSWISS COLONY WINE CO 219227 West Jefferson Street WHALLEN BROTHERS Proprs WliOtESAI8 AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LIQUORS OP HLl KIND Zolearslhosain flBlOO ou = vnX IC- Yg 4 THOROUHTMININCS NCTHIIIb iOUPVlWIC ICY n YOU ARE FOR Rfli 1U SAL- OONiiiiiiil ODORLESS U VJMJLT GlEMIIB e JOHN lain A f ufir T i N v imY w 4