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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 itA MEDERz- URodat DlfmST- Jc weJ WFtit11ON13T- Ilat TItW bud FMtiII0- M0Mc IMrs hta ts I Ew dyaws arVOLUME IIINO 20 n LOUISVILLE SATURDAYx NOVEMBER 18 18 9PRICEFIVE CENTS 1 0 MAORWEAVEOpens l of tlio Good Shepherd t Tuesday Altisle Hall Presents nil An I ma t L IIetlScene of Youth and Beauty All the Churches Have Booths Dinner for Merchants Served Dnily1 iLL CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK The bazar for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd had a most auspicious opening at Music Hall Tuesday evening There was a large attendance of friends of the institution present when Mayor Charles P Weaver was introduced by President Edward J OBrien wh spoke of the noble work done by the Sister Ills remarks were well received andii won for him many new friends Th Mayors address was responded to byii Rev Father Logan of St Louis Bertrend church after which the ladles antigen fl tlemen entered heartily upon their work of making the undertaking the success iIt deserves to be This is the first effort made in behalf o the good Sisters for a period of over thirty years and only for the necessity of rebuilding their home they would not make the present appeal for aid Their build ing at Eighth and Madison streets wa sI condemned as unsafe and the fund- realized I will be used to defray the expenses I of the improvements made Invitations have been extended all the Catholic congregations and societies of Louisville to attend the bazar or to have special days and all are urged to do theirI share even though the formal invitation mat not have yet reached them President OBrien wishes it understood thatl all are invited and nothing will be left undone to repay well all who attend duroI k1L4One of the features is the dinner forI L dallyuhdit JIIiirif II iltMJ ml patrons te growing in number dt1yIMurfc Hall presents a handsome apeI i pearance at night the various booths be ing prettily decorated and brilliantly illuminated each one lbeing attended byI a bevy of lovely women The leading clergy and laymen arc taking an acthcI r Interest which Insures the success oC Il bnzar The officers and committees In charge are as follows Vretidriit IJdward J Ollricn SecretaryJ J Grotty Treasurer M J Duffy Manager of HallWill D Harris Press Committee I eo Bchuman Kd J Tlerney C A Curtin and John Shies Churcll and Society CommltteelJ- a J turret JJotrph lluhbuch T W Crotty Thomas Mulligan Pan I Murphy M J Noli n Thomas Kccnan Dr libel and J II Stickler Goal Bhcpheri Nevdlework Booth Mecdttuie penunrio Jacob liners George echnun and MlsacsI Mary Goes Mlmiln lloerla smidl Mamie Sclnmiimi- CaUirdral llooth anti Refreshmentt gH lcIMcIIIIIII Chvrle Huilllt George IJocrt I1 Wcliti J J Offrrjr T J TwHy Burke and Mlw A Ilnn ILen I- INtli Advial KaniimmeJIer Mary sari Nina StHlth JKaty 1 daft l CUlUlllhlKI+ an I iIt C ttlynnH- A Mileki flow TW Me Unies JJohn Slack W IIl Utirrl IM Tfrtps- iKit J tmieu It Hollorsnr J Kcensr- J r J Jlymi JI Kll y 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called the While City and is In charge of the ladies of St Louis Bertrands congregation presided over by Mrs John McCann As while Is indicative of the Dominican order these ladies acted wisely in se leeting white and using evergreens and mornhsg glories for their decorations They have an elegant dining room in which dinner supper and lunch will be served durlngthc bazar and it is need less to say that the inner man will be well cared for us meals will be prepared by one of the finest French cooks in the city Adjoining the dining room In chnrge of the same ladies is a variety booth which will contain some very valuable and fancy articles Then comes that of St Bridgids which certainly dis plays great patriotism as it is decorated in red white and blue with the stars andstripes floating above This booth is presided over by Miss Mary Barrett and there will be some very handsome articles displayedThe A parishSmith The first booth will contain arti cles of almost every description while the second will be tin sodawater pop fr and candy stand These booths arc decoU rated in white with festooning of cedar and ribbontllargeobooth decorated in green and white and it is needless for ui to say that this is St JohuteSlack This is called the Box Booth and ofj it is laden with thousands of boxes con toping articles of various description Next in order is a telegraph office in charge of the ladies of the Cathedral th from whence pleasant little telegrams will be delivered to the belles and beaux fAn ad joining booth is decorated in yel low and white and is known as thetiWheel Booth which is presided over by arils issconsidered the handsomest in the hall being decorated in blue and white and being very much admired by every one This toroth represents St Marys and StLBonifaces congregations and is presided as over by Miss Teresa Revernian and Miss f Anna Schildt and contalnatoys and van ous fancy articles The adjoining booth Is also presided over by the same young ladies It is a Fish Pond and is well stocked with the finest of the finny tribe Next in order is the Art Gallery Booth decorated in purple and orange This is In charge off the Games Committee Mr tf tooth lis J YllyIadelwi4h tlItCrr car tllt ya r y all The last but uot least on the right of the stage is the booth of the Sacred Heart congregation which Is decorated in retlsand white with palms ferns and clusters of electric lights This is one of the want halleIt Iis in charge of Mm Marcus Doerhocfcr This will be known as the Doll Booth and the collection of dolls iis something magnificentToday tonight will be a generalhh programulerori Monday Catholic Knights and Indies of America Tuesday Gcmu Catholic aocletlc of the city Wednesday hullAmerican society Thursday Ancient Order of Hiber nian Friday Sitters of Good Shepherd day Htunlay Grand closing of the fair The children of the different congrrgn lions will visit tho later during this after uooni of tin following days when pcclal Amusements will IM provided for tltelrtt critcrUliiwent NMondaySi Itoule llcrtreml churn Callialm Church of tlio luunaouUU Caureldlon7ueulsy St ralilckn rliurcli titt An Ih9iiyi Sil CccvlU Church off Our U ly Ynhtrrll y HI George church Ncrnll llparl Holy Crow Holy N tut Kt ChrlH Hi1 Icttr Any afternoon during nil h+ ralLtittt- Klrulwgsrtrnt4llslcaulIllfrt1 uwwiro IDOl rr tFIPalrlcjkAwo4lnwyfditrlokeliWithPtlrniyidN M tty EvrltlltlM- airik ww4trr4auvadJvlllrtA4evilkJ Ncb tkly rte4 awe 144 A IrrfuflYNl f+WN41A + 1tar f4f pirlahsN A Nrwka i4 WJJYtlkr ley ovvNl- wlrws INrl44la M tHI Wfrf 4i sort It+NN4rd1 ky JMt fMMN 4 N lf14Ir8NI- e14w1Nf IMI el fits orM 1 144th tlif 11ksr INv4 f iseNrfM AWlti+sf III NtIA is4 tl+r4 WI o lm9fl4Wt- r k H 14y If14i4II1W4 +s144y1 W Itaa I4+ Mb4 YoMI yNrt- wNVSJy tffo oW 1Aa WH uHfJI Mf ItHfM NIr anfl4fJvalatattafi- s4lN4ry 1 tw flktlefbsalr+ 141Ah1y =1 M J+N4 k J = 11 ff l wi Ww1 kJ 4M ti lslltk 14A 14 l kwrwM1- 1MMlM t1l+ Nm4 WI trA4Y b4 lel- pIIr14df1tttstllrlaslwsMf W 4 111 JWif kWfwistf- tt111 l pw JC hi Alt WIII4l1lJlh hltf1 l 00ylj r ffftMtldinUt f f wif i tiiit Iif t rJ ==f I SHOWNUP1E- ogltsL I Greed Treachery Hypocrisy Cowardice JUIISham valor I iI Bullies Weak Nations But Sub j I suits to Rebuke From the Strong i Has Plundered and Driven the Doers In Africa for OverIIFifty Ycars GENUINE AMERICANS REVIEW I The situation in South Africa is an ironical commentary on the peace confer ence at the Hague sari the proposalof Czar for the disarmament of nations Before the wax on the seal of the creden of her delegates was cold England was deliberately and wantonly forcing a quarrel upou President Kruger on a truuipedup and baseless pretense for th purpose of destroying the independence itthe Transvaal republic Having suc ceeded in forming an ultimatum she iis now assembling an army greats than th entire native Doer population larger thane aggregate of the forces under Well ington at Waterloo aud Raglitt iin Crimea for the purpose of obliterating a little commonwealth whose area is less tan that of Montana and whose citizen ship is exceeded by scores of cities in the State of New York Having been snubbed and kicked an cuffed by all the great powers of Europe subjected to indignities to which she has submitted without protest England tto t makes an enormous military demonstra ion against an insignificant community n discredited slugger avenges himself for time insults of his equals by indiscrlmi Hate assault upon cripples and women and children and this war of conquest the most brutal and indefensible of allI her crimes against human rights is waged in the name of civilization Itt should not be forgotten that the Doer republic has been an established independ ent sovereign republic It tod the same Jttf eysiAt iTi MG + wyloe lrweR I Pretoria IH 1881 Eftglawl cowcedctl IU autonomy and again by the London con Mention of 1884 it was formally and defi nitely agreed that the Transvaal republic be supreme in its internal admin istration that it should make no treatyr with ppower other than the Orange Irec State without the consent anti approval1I of Great Britain There is no pretense that these stipule tions have been violated in the presentI contention The foreign relations of the Boers are not in question Nothing IsI involved except the conditions upon which naturalization the franchise and1 representation are granted to fimmigrants and forelgiun These ore matters of in crush policy and administration to ho determined by the Transvaal Government as it aces fib This regulation may be KitUfactory to Kngland or otherwise hut by International law she lias no more right to meddle Ulan the has to interfere with suffrage in the United Stales or with the methods of taxation In HUM The claim tlut tho Illoeri are an obstacle to the onwanl march of clvlliwtlou Is a protest equally inipuilcnt nnd blasphemous They are what they bvil Bern for n ecu fury They arc neither letter nor wwx than they Mere when Jul1 Pcrby treated with hem fifteen yean ago att London T1tny art I rare of fairly educated Indut Irloui toKt Urtitcr They are tcacr hlc much ijlvtM to hcJi ulUy AndI deeply re Hglouii they love iihtity amidAra devoted1 to the i ri 8lj lM off elfxoveriuiuicl- OrlKlnitlly Fettled III CBJH Colony they liedt from Ibc tjrrdnity of the nriiUlt Ilo Natal lity yean aga Iurniol by thiefI iirrc4itery vuerNleiI In Ihelr saw abodeI they agaki HilKntrl awl sal MJI tin IIOHIM Mud ullor like llio PuriUni 11rw Jluglsmid wll nlO Jdosetrs or tkI WeillIIh IbB wllder Mi w rowwUJ Ii Mrvia li amid JIhcr 1 hey remnlnwJ with well 4frt uf drJHfPH M con NN1r4 tkse AAMimUMurl + s4 Nq auu ttM ant tkr dlsarsNyiIIIlkt AllsNtaNJ h14 hii K1N + wl wllhe Knit aw i4 tlH WK-I styh1 l M Aa It or M 4 il+ hr say MI4 litiA4k JJi Millvlt- tli Hijf Yavp wlw AlfNrt+1 h4 tke Cpv sN NsrAr1NW IW4 fsYfit ewMijt1 + IKH 1 6k0 ffMIM+4 fit 4x Ir+ A411 d L f j tai w4 t4+ s t9W+ laa Abtr lrtltsa Wr Wml4srJII tv3w asii1A lit 4a1 IrM4 thwy wli- ItssaY H ldltyallrsN4 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th tfterest of civiliza lion In this consecWjjed name she built up the Indian etnpi 7 itly a series of inconceivable barbaritw whose horrors as narrated in the tjptj of Burke and Hastings will foreviS8i shock the con of mankind Wjkon the same pretense she forced the ftous opium traffic on China and is no engaged in dis membering that ancient domain to ad vance civilization arid at the same time protactAlexandria and burned it in the night England is the bUllallll ruffian and coward among nations She never fightsll her equals or on equal arias She never tenders atl ultimatum to timefJ strong With them we negotiates and compromises and dieters and squirms and yields J1 She claims to have been the conqueror meetehim singlehanded ftjay field and had not been for her Prussian allies would have been defeated at Waterloo withethe help of the French but give her a cripple or a baby as av antagonist and she is dauntless and Undeniable She bullied and insulted an domlneered over this country till we thrashed her in two jDuring+ l j fert to destroy the Unioju She threatened Southdwith promises of cognition She equipped a fleet of pirates that swept theveffects of whose depredations we have 1 not yet recovered null then paid fifteen millions rather than tight Cleveland slapped her in the far in his Venezuela message and she accepted the insult and submitted1 to nrbltratlo iHan John J Ingalls in New York Journal o DENNIS c ow1 EY1ail t IfDtaatl7ClatCl thor Wsll opulevrJ F 1hr R d 1 J Dennis Crowley o t JTtbebefct known and most popular it American real dents of the West End died at his home on Eighteenth street Wednesday morning Ills whole life had been sprat iu the Twelfth Ward pad tluf end came in the house in which he has always resided t Denny Crawler atartcdlu life os a poor I boy but by his thrift and energy he amassed a sum sufficient to enter upon a business career many years ago when 4 Crowley ft Harrison opened their well J nNNNs CiUWKY v- If knoww Mtoow M Xli1Mfnl 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Knot w60 ngndo4rw bwraa- n dawe iii tIw atslAalnl tallith ho iflJ aiYiAtN IgtAtltrla A- 4I la 1 + p- tINl1 p1 ttiA j MAYOR TALLON TnlkR of the Benefits of Voman Suffrage ns Exorclsetlln Ireland On Local Government Questions a Have Equal tIghts With the lilon Entire Oomnumfty Is Richer and Better as a Result Thereof 11 FIFTEEN THOUSAND VOTE IN DUBLIN I Mayor Tallon of Dublin who is on a lecture tour inthts country with John E Redmond gives some interesting in formation on the new Irish local government act and its remarkable provisions extending the right of suffrage to women In hardly any country of the world have women the extensive voting privilege they have in Ireland On all local gov ernment questions women have an equal d right of suffrage with men- The local Irish government act 1898 which came into Operation on January 1C 1899 says Mayor Tallon gave theii suffrage to women equally with wen on all questions of local government in Ire land that is on every question on which the Irish people vote except that of send ing Parliamentary representatives to the British House of Commons- In Dublin previous to the local gov ernment act we had only about 8000 voters none of whom were women Now our voters list numbers about 45000 of whom about 15000 are women Women in very large numbers availed themselves of their new privileges or rights in January and I have every rea son to believe that their votes helped to j secure the election of candidates pledged to important social reformsJJ As regards the manner and conduct J the elections not alone in Dublin butI lso in Ireland they were most orderly aud well conducted no disorder of an kind took place at any of them This was certainly unique as it was the first c op which the masses of the peg deaentFauckMc eat raHe t pl might not have been expected to smoothly on the first occasion it was exercised liThe new privileges of women are not confined to the franchise The local gov ernment act of 1698 created the following bodies 1 County Councils for the thirtytwo administrative counties of Ire laud 2 Through Councils for the six cities of Dublin Belfast Cork Limerick Londonderry and Watcrford 3 Urban Councils for all other towns 4 Rural District Councils for the country districts 6 Boards of Guardians for the care and control of the poor Women can be elected members of the Urban Councils Rural Councils and Bosnia of Poor LAW Guardians and the enactment did not remain a dead letter even on the first occasion of UI applica tine The talented wife of n foremostL merchant of Dublin Mr Maurice Dock cell Will elected A councillor of the urban district of lUackrocK and ou time finI meeting of the council she wps unani mously elected deputy chadman I have every reasons to think that the pres ence of Mrs Dockrcl In tint Black Rock Urban Council in for the good of the conn I ell smith that the womanly dignity of Mr Dockrell hiss In no way antlered but on tlio contrary has been enhanced lit Templemorr Mrs Bracken graduate of the Royal Unlvtrsity of Ire lane was elected chairman I think lima lady was this only incmtter of the council who had a unlveraUy education lint the Ixxilc lo which the Urge jI number of women were elected were h tyoanU of Guirillaiii I iiiys 1 lf noml tidedJ M lady long dUtlngultlwtI for tier rharfUble Amt jitillinlhrojilc work InI Dublin for tile no tlon ofl Poor Mw aIl s well AlI rynieMjber shout fly I gusrJN poorItOtfilUllJ J luiie for tke tIOOf J MH+ Mlkfi iki the ekrttoM of WIMJAM on ilb M GANtsI I Imiunltyr H WH0lui U I bfVf HQ fHHOII t0 kiNk alta 1k WOtHlfN win v4Ii wt lCijJrdJerI I 1u7 M07 H IhIIp ky phifIIItIlJlY silcGda4 I MH yfA Italkfr wrtI4WH kf 41we t r o JWJW W r yfl+ I I AIJt144 JfltM41I1 tj IJt- I tlrlron nrwrw 1hwM irks sly M+ t b It I 41MM wor iwtll v- ttill4w H HasselliRr swv- Y IrN tAittrM w ttw Al MIl 41srt UnN la= srtasr tiiaiiHiiii Mi6i iM MawIt hii r A fr ors N M tlw tea wIvMi to taMh to llw xMitMk aiigo IIr9 tit Inge O rrNr ttitsw Inw lm r- 111ala N NIt+i1li1plA 1141 i and he was born in Cahir Tipperary I thiscountr1asa I Hartford Conn and earned his living as- a day laborer The boy showed evidence that he possessed a voice and this developed as he grew older into a remarkably fine bass He had learned the carpenters trade and added to his small in come by singing at the oldest place of Ionian Catholic worship in Hartford St Patricks church He afterward became member of the choir at a Congregational church in Hartford and while there his voice attracted the attention of one of the wealthiest women in the congregation Foley was a temperate in dustrious young man and seemed likely to repay any effort at developing his talents On the advice of the organist of the church this wealthy woman contributed a large sum to the fund raised y the congregation to send Foley to Europe to cultivate his voice lie went to Italy studied in Naples under Bisaccia and made his debut in Catania in 1862 with a success that justified the generos ity of the Americans who made his musi cal education possible He sang in the Italian cities with a suc cess which brought him iu a few years to the Theater des Italians in Paris In 1805 he made his first appearance in Lon don where he was destined to spendso much of his subsequent career He sang there first SaintBriz in Les Huguenots and was heard during the same season in II Flauto Maglco sari Der Freisch uts1 He immediately became a London 1 favorite and that always means a longen term of popularity than any ether city iu the world offers He sang Daland there in 1870 when Der Fliegende Holloender was performed in London He sang for many years in opera at Covent Garden and at the other theaters and made a professional visit to this coun try under the management of Col Maple son He sang at the Academy of Music in New York and was favorably received although he never acquired the same popularity he had in London He was an admired singer in oratorio and in other ways lengthened his hold on the English public He created in England Jacob in Macfarrens Joseph sung at Leeds in 1877 and Herod iu Berliozs The Childhood of Jesus produced in Manchester in 1880 and in London in the following year He sang first in oratorio in Israel in 18GG but made no great yearyappeared tion that he was hailed as an oratorio singer of equal ability with his operatic awl concert talents eHOUSING MEETI Eight Candidates for tho An clont Ordor of Hi bernians The next meeting of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which takes place Tuesday evening November 28 promises to be the banner one of the year for this progressive Irish organiza lion Right candidates are to be initiated and It Iis expected tho Initiation Commit tee will have the new form ready by thut time and all the meuibera are working hard to make thin occasion one to IKS rc memlerdd President Kccimn and Secretary Tom Dolan will arrange nn interesting pro gramme for the entertainment of lh member and visitor All time Hiber plans of Louisville New Albany and Jet ferconvllle arc earnestly urged to attend ibis meeting which la the forerunner o other to be given by the order in Louis eviller during the winter month SISTER GENEROSE DEAD I AHad Boon a Nun for Seventy flvo Years A Natlvo of Kentucky There died It Lorttto lut week BIter Iiot limo Unitctl States Sister Generote WHI ninetyAye years ot niujl took time vail ut time ago of ttwenty venty fivc years alto She was fuln Kentucky In June 1807 Her parent Hail Haltingly and NOIII wANs rrUteU to mug of Kentucky best ffsml llMMho UucAitcr Hllw NaUluKly Hwltb+i MoMsrcl HHil Hj + lillHK Hhe- i lsnulI two cotwJiw In Iho pric ktliooitl lite Rot TMwM Hllc H J of ilia fit Louis Unlvcrtlty rrrd l limo Rev lhartjl Kliel clitjiltlu of N urrlli thlllhit s HylrfA4r Jobntoii of New Hay n tll41k Mr K 1 MUM of lisw hope Iwlli wellI known for heir goat wllh were fHIHul Ris4er i3ouorasa I + at JNIy ttJMtr AANrrrssa tell1k- ft I teNd Jtshl4 serNerhklnJ UII Isar- o I H4P ref Moro t5lM 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Mass at the Funeral Obsequiesrr GREAT MANY PRIESTS WERE PRESENT Mrs Hugh Higgins who died last week in Syracuse N Y was the mother of William M Higgins of the KentuckyuIrish American The following notice of her life and death is taken from the Syracuse Catholic Sun A noble and thotoughly Christian IJ communitybydied at St Josephs Hospital oil Monday afternoon after an illness of a few weeks Mrs Higgins was one of the old school- a type by the way which is now well nigh extinct a devoted wife a loving mother a faithful friend true to her God her country and her kind she was an honor to the race whose virtues she inherited in full measure exemplifying as she did by precept and example the grand ennobling qualities of heart and headwhich in the centuries gone by made the Irish women preeminent above all others Mrs Higgins came to this country in immigration her good Christian kind to build up this country Deceased was born iin the Parish of Drumlace County Letrim Ireland She was married to Hugh Higgins in Auburn and resided in this city for the greater part of her life She performed her duties to her re ligion her family and her friends and her length of days if they could be ex plained at all might be attributed to the fact that she never permitted au obliga tion to remain unfulfilled She was Re- ah N cltth m4 torah p L to tit birth was one or her diet Ishig char acterittics Exile only intensified it As the chosen people of old wept by the waters of Babylon she too mourned the fate of her kindred In the dark days of famine in the old land she gave as a girl what the could afford to the funds raised for the relief of the sufferers Her last years were peaceful qnd happy They were not so much like the close of a long life 03 the beginning of a new one Placid tranquil affectionate the virtues that had been tried and purified during o a lifetime shone forth with a soft and beautiful resplendence that made her sainlship indisputable When the end a came it found her waiting peacefully Surrounded by her children and lice children children fortified by the rites of holy religion and consoled and hercpastor when the supreme moment a rived with her spiritual powers still un clouded and undiminlshed she was able Mufhad served so faithfully stint no well The funeral which was very large was held frosts St Marys church Wednesday morning Solemn high maw was cele orated by Rev John J Higgins son of tile deceased nrslstcd by the Key Janice OShea as deacon use Rev A J Comer fund as libdeacon and the Key 1 A Donahue at muster of ceremonle In the sanctuary were the Revs J 1 Nub Janev to Howard M Chine A Dwyer J McGraw P 1+ MeHvoy W P Dougherty C Thibnult J l MIce J V Byrne nil of this city J UOfkIJ Oiwrgo J Kelly Oneida lV Ileecham lUMwInvvlllc J McUuglilln Cortland JlkmuueAylValervillei JTIernaH dm MooraUllca W Quinn Ullca J McGraw rQuI t t The aGisolUl art over tko res+ MijprV 1pronounced by Rev John GtMNea Mfg- staledl 1 by Itime clergy prwciit THawise atttiiJtxl time services M the fp cry were time nv Joines OWww Ya Doualme A JI Hayc W I Iou+ brriy 0- I11II Moore Ai ConierfonlI fMoalsatN p V McGuIro owl J V Jtyrne n Cite Mll bearers were M OHrjbMt frank HuntI Tlionui Costello JoM Ito Unit Michael KeMy niul Anflew iiulk Iu J MUI Iv urvlvod fHIIWH hey widower l1y two BOH i awl fwgdA+ytklws Thy are Ktv Ji j Hfwtittf Avaitfemat ruhllIIitWWIIII MNtttNiii t Awl 1pr jirklww+ Use Kentucy JrWl ANydlwst Nf wUvlllc Ky Mr ANNA 1yNAIt of Hilt vHi ANrI Mr J11 MMKb m+ N wh+ Aster 1 tw f l A NMtMpW 1 MIl MJI AK11VWIHMW+ h NfiJ My WkiM t4 plurpxiiellI jurar iMMMMy fi4 KM clubrtdltthir MN4N4MI UHMy Mr WItJ Iit ail fAMA +h M f1iJV our tMAN Id l9- Wwuwr IIII irHItrrtwnvri111 dt fMiMi MIIiuUtMtrantw iu- llmM I usibaatl 1HIfI U i1 uMNN tMMwiM row unUl Junay i luwi oM vill brMa 11vetl IIn HUM rtlflrrreasollask- n a IL t v 1 r I ti n- v rJ- r = JC Jr troJCY iRJ A RrO J c I KENTUCKY 111IIIIIIIYIINIMN1 IRISH fiMERIGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILTIA1 I M HIGGINS Put11 l1er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postottlce as SecondGin Matter jI AddiMsall CoiJtBflilcallonitotlie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West dreea Street a r t rODISVIUvK KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1899 1 THE ELECTION With all of the official returns iiuI except Jefferson county Taylor the Republican candidate for Gov error has despite all quibbles clear plurality of about 1500 and Jefferson will give him at least 2500 more This result is con ceded by all save the Goebel partisans and they have at last beenI forced to acknowledge that they rely pn the success of their contesting off votes to have Goebel declare- elected Their attempts to have t dus a have failed except in Nelson Christian and Harrison counties t the courts living compelled the boards to count and certify the vote In these three counties the courts were not applied to in time though the contest will be carried I further to secure for Taylor aboutt 1500 votes cast for him in those rr- n countiesThough the official returns from all counties except Jefferson are iiu the office of Secretary of State the CourierJournal still claims to be short four counties and excluding these claiming the 1500 take a from Taylor referred to above and relying on throwing out votes in Lewis Johnson Pulaski Knox Mercer Knott and Jefferson coun ties and a few precincts elsewhere claims Goebel will have aIllegal plurality This means that by aadopting returning board meth ods and throwing put several thou satlrvotes Gbebelal msibcenfelecff htr eSttnA I t ttQtlatPz The same I tactics are being attempted in the Legislative districts but the courts again intervened and p in most cases the votes were counted 11 and certified to In this county an attempt was made by throwing out precincts to defeat Stafford in First ward Lucas in Eleventh and Twelfth and Strong in the county but a mandamus stopped it a i If the decisions of the courts arc any criterion the claims of the Goebel men are groundless Every decision of Democratic and Repub 0licau courts alike deny the rightI I of election officers or election com missioners to decide contests or re fuse or fail to count all votes that r I theymust count and certify all rotes Whatever the intention of the framers of the Goebel election law the election boards so say the courts have no such powers the I sole authority to hear and decide 1 contests being with the Legislature I ami the courts It is noteworthy that while all the activity i claims and pretenses are by the Goebel followers and papers I the Taylor people are quiet though alert and successful in resisting nearly every move to change the ult Then again several news Wr that supported Goebel re t ptttlidtte and condemn thcinethods- u punmii and proposed for securing hit election 1 The CourierJournal anti Timesu have tMklenly withdrawn their ta Wen awl flare heads over the clec i tioa news and relegate the brief I ctetifM 4ipatchea to lusMe p fes u asiinatarizing the result to date iu a r4 vane w y The CourterJownwil ttal i ot yet editorially alluded fo theroautart ftlll Iin rttirctiicnt 1 G 1T PUBUC PRINTING o It ja vnjrthy of not that the t priutiug firm at Uudatowo which printed the pr ejact fctrtUicttefl MI II- Nulaoii county with the iiairie ofr the Kr il iuiii candidate for GUY v- truor W l1 int adDof W8 1 Tayltti OK which typographic of KfOT it i t OUit to JewJvMrr c n iY Taylor of 1198 votes and increase insteadIof 668 are the same parties who managed the Sowle Printing Com theacontract for State printing two years ago of which they were deprived by the State Printing Com mission because of inferior work Statnreports containing errors which rendered them useleSs while the prices biddersdwere by a system of jugglery higher than the highest bidders These same parties under their new firm name have again bid for the State printing and are indignantly claim ing the contract because they are the lowest bidders The Print ing Commission after opening the bids adjourned without day They lowesttbidders Fromthe Nelson county incident it seems they have not im havetthe State printing at any price as they wee utterly incapable of doing the work according to contract Typographical Union No 10 knock andnshould knock them out again by sending a protest and if necessary representatives to the Printing Com mission and urge them not to award the State printing to the Record Printing Company of Bards town Workingmen are beginning to think and investigate before jump IPt JcveiYt1thit K4eilled a I ffst t i rstdcf7h1ub of Cutctlt A nati the tinplate trust runs a plant and announced their intention of closing down and throwing out 300 union employes The matter was brought to the attention of Cincin nati Labor Union which appointed a committee to wait on the pro prietors who stated they must close unless the railroads reduce freight rates from Cincinnati to the same as charged from tinplate towns in Indiana The Labor Committee laid the matter before the Chamber of Commerce which appointed a committee and these two commit tees representing labor merchants and manufacturers of Cincinnati are after the railroads to give Cincinnati lower freight rates If the- ysucceedle Riverside tinplate works will continue and 300 em ployes keep their jobs The ex ample of the Cincinnati Central La bor Union in thus arousing the business men and manufacturers to cooperation with then in finding and seeking to redress the real evil might be followed with profit by labor organizations everywhere The trust in this case is the victim of discrimination by the railroads as is also the labor and business of Cincinnati and the rectifying of this evil will benefit all Louisville suffers from the same cause and more unity of action between labor and business men may bring like results The CourierJournal in the only editorial in any way alluding to the ekctnw that jthas published since electtou day charges that the con duct of the iiualaeaa oleo fa tthe CDvM8 hat injured the reputation sad trade of the dry Ott tbe coo trary the slander of the btaltmow MtM Iad people of this city by Mr ebrittt hU speedten and the epOltalorf lJ cwtttct of p opU la WiN dry tod I pubtiabad I try that Louisville on election day 4 in the throes of riot and revo fusion that the lives and prJMrqr s itwlivkltt l nme mvtuoed y tlou tfaoP IlttrallKd tb hkif jfatling guns were mounted and that all this was instigated by the corporations and Board of Trade whom it classed as marauders and murderers IIIt was the publishing over the county of such slanderous fakes that has injured the reputa tion and trade of Louisville if iit has been injured aud not anything said or done by the Board of Trade or the business men of this city Judge Toney on Wednesday began the trials of election officers and others charged with contempt in disobeying his order to admit in spectors and challengers to the pollsl on election day B L Bozarth was convicted and sentenced tto thirty hours in jail The attorneys for the defense had slipped up to Frankfort and obtained from the Court of Appeals a restraining or der stopping Judge Toney fro proceeding with the cases He promptly postponed the cases and dismissed Bozarth pending further orders of court The order from Court of Appeals is returnable No vember 29 when it will be made permanent or dismissed The joy of the culprits is premature as the restraint order granted on petitionI is only temporary and according to precedent will likely be seaside and Judge Touey will resume business with them The Court off Appeals has several times decided I including cases against Judge To ney that it has no jurisdiction in contempt cases and the same de cision has been made in every State and by the Federal Courts even t the Supreme Court The AllIreland Committee hay ing charge of the financial relations movement have taken a step which will commend universal approval At their last meeting they decided to call together a conference of delegates from the borough county urban and district councils of Ire land The conference will assem ble early in December and will take into consideration the position o the movement liavintrforitsobject- J c 7 j 1 f1 rJtficburden Tne pro uouuceinent of a conference com posed of the elected representatives- of the people will have the effect of again concentrating public attention I on a question which vitally affects the welfare of the entire country Resolutions iu favor of financial reform have been passed by nearly all the county and other councils of Ireland the Tory council of Derry being as emphatic in its denuncia tion of the wrong as the Nationalist council of Cork These resolutions vill be emphasized in a very marked manner by the joint declaration of a body representative of the elected boards of the country Lord Mayor Tallon of Dublin and John E Redmond M P who have made a tour of the Eastern States in the interest of the Parnell monument fund will visit the Central and Western States provided the Dublin Municipal Council ex tends the Lord Mayors leave of ab sence The gentlemen express themselves well pleased with the hospitable treatment accorded them and have no doubt they will be able to prolong their stay and extend their tour throughout the country Mr Arnold Foster M PI for Belfast 1 is just now the butt of ridicule i in Ireland for his assertion that any Irish Nationalist member ofJJ Parliament who opposed the Trans vaal war ought to be hanged or rat least not listened to in the House Well they were not listened to i thats a fact but the echo is ding doaged in Mr Arnold Fosters ears much tohis annoyance The few remaining A P A or 11 gans iin and around Boston are in the throes pi hysterics because Ad miral Eewey married a Catholic and ire threatening all sorts of dire things in the man nM the Ad k w miral is oft enjoying his honey noon not oaring what any Oct hlnks about ttXuqhjoyto lbSIal I y hItt f i A 1 f I CE SlRobert P Iulaheyr of Bowling Green was here Wednesday and Thursday Rev rather CriJaiS of Jefferspnville felt last Tuesday for short visit to J ex ingtonJJ Mr W J Cotlii was among the visit tors sojourning at West Baden Springs lost week ExState Senator John P Newman of Newport was ttihedty last Tuesday and Wednesday Thomas Nopce Jgke tins been quite ill for several weeks wilfbe able to resume his position next weXV 7J tJetties Duffy niidriPetc Hammel who have been on the skkjlst for some time are reported improving Edward Malone friends will regret to learn that lie is confined to his borne because of serious Hf Seas bme pleased to learn ttiat she has almostl recovered from her iecent illness The ball of the Iii ernan Knights willI prove an interestingsocial event Many leading society people will attend Miss Florence f Lynch 2443 WestIl Chesnut entertained a few friends atl euchre and lunch Tuesday evening rPresident Kerberpj of Mackin Council writestbatIhe will be home injnbout two weeks tMr John J Fitzgerald the well know n attorney returned from New York Tues day where he went on legal business Mr Harry Brennan who has been suffering from ei severe attack of the grip is now reported to be convalesent Mr and Mrs J P Donahue left for their home in Iowa Tuesday after a visit of several weeks with friends in this cityII aLouis R Carraro one of the best known Italians of this city left this week for West Baden Springs where he will remain for the next ten days The many friends of Miss Josie Hart nett will be very sorry to hear that she has been seriously ill during the past week at her home 722 Oldbam street The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council will entertain the members and friends with a dance Thanksgiving eve at Trinity Council Hall 718 East Gray street Miss Amelia Carraro who has been vis homefserenaded mine evcmugbyaparty of friendsand ire 71ore llr rarGetr 9 r W it Ttear trhs fofTotu J cake of Mack n Council twill1 be glad to learn that he is able tdbe 6uL He has been confined to his JKJ for several weeks suffering with typhoid fever The many friends of Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham the wellknown writer and teacher will regret to learn that she has been confined to her home during the physicians The Ladies of St Marys church New Albany announce a bazar to iie held in St Josephs Hall in that city on the evening of December 0 and 7 They willexpect a large crowd from this city Jfackin Council entertained its friends at euchre on last Friday night There was a large attendance and every one spent a very pleasant evening Miss Rose Cunningham won the ladies prize and Edward Curran captured the gentle mens prize- William Higgins and wife returned this week from Syraquse where they were called by the fatal illness of the mother of Mr lITggins who died while they were on their way Jo her bedside Since their return they have received sympathy John OLougliliB entertained some of partylastTuesdayeveriag Dr Joseph Kelly Jolm Doolan Will Reilly Pat S Roes Aady Meaghcr WillII Doolan Pat OlXwgklin Hart Fay adII John Bowlder Mr Olyougbliu madeI songThe I 4 j The many fried ef John Keane of 1 New Albany wWlbaa been under treat meat in the Centrall Hospital for the In i sane at Ipdiagpsir Will be glad to know that he lwr returned home cured Mr Keane who wasen engineer qn the Air Line was arefcken with paralysis while on his engine at Princeton nearly a year ago Shortly aher his ruled became affected Tiles mortal trouble has been t completely cutt he has wade 110 improvement iU the ewe of paralysis Miss Daisy OJkkm a gifted young water colseH ol t tteago liar arrived in IXMilaville to apattt the winter with herr aunt Mrs Ge grlC lfestowla Miaa insecand dainty 7aatal color love tamped her aa aVi artUit dlaniumal1 originaUryi cad Kitia abe fcwtttly i vraordobarM atba Chicago Art Ineti tote acqoittinglMWBlf with high Lenor- anunbarat U1 be UlblJfWOBrie f kiokmana a i Charle Dolan tonalyot this oily rbo nai been viug forth Ia0t two ear In NeWjMtadfb on account of ill a ealth died j Saturday from- conrutuplioa pt9 a aoo of Thotnas il Rjf I acrry to kara = t v3til be h i WHITESON a SECIH FenrtH art Market Three Users leaded with Giothlng Only For Men 8811811 Children Every garment absolutely new for this BMseai trade Waltesoas guarantee with every tale If you vast a Salt or Overcoat we here offer you such a chaace ai is rarely presented SUITS FOR 10 The fabrics comprise fine black and blue clay diagonals heavyweight blue serges fine mack and blue thib ets striped worsteds neat mixed cas simeres and fancy imported Scotch ctlevlotsa11 cut in the height of style suits that will please tuc most fastidious and critical gentleman OVERCOATS FOR S10 Hundreds of stylish garments in Melton Kerse Irish frieze oxford blacks tans drabs and brownsfashionable overcoats that are cut trimmed and finished in a truly admirable manner superior in style quality and workmanship YOUNG MENS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING reJtetsIyou Young Mens or Childrens Clothing The quality the style the variety is here and more than thatthe lowest prices consistent with honest quality An invitatiou is cordially extended to you to pay us a visit of iinspection- A Football or Magic Lantern with every Childs Suit or Overcoat BRIDGET KENNEY Death at Ellsworth id of a Highly Respected Lady The Kentucky Irish American regrets to announce the death of Mrs Bridget Keuney which occurred at her home near Ellsworth Ind last week Her funeral took place Wednesday and her remains were laid to rest in St Celestine cemeteryMrs who was seventythree years of age was born in the County Clare Ireland in 1827 and came to this country in 1852 landing in Philadelphia from where she removed to Pittsbnrg and afterward to Steubenville 0 where she was married to John Kenney in 1854 who preceded her in death sixteen yea ago During her whole life she wa noted for her devotion to her church sIher kindly and charitable disposition She is survived by one daughter Bridget and one son John Kenney now residing in Jeffersouville and well known in Hibernian circles in this city Her daugh jtncs trr ides Jt the old homestead rr lIifort wkh f id ithepest sixteen years wrtH her rriotlii r The deceased was a most estimable lady held in the highest esteem ba11 who knew her and her death is mourned by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who feel the keenest sorrow for her passing away May she rest in peace A CARD Editor Kentucky Irish American- A great many of the residents of Lim erick were either late or missed 0 oclock mass altogether at the Dominican church last Sunday on account of the 630 oclock warning bell not being rung as usual owing to objections being made to rather Logan by several near residents they claiming that the ringing of it annoyed them and disturbed their rest at that time in the morning Now if the ringing of this 530 bell is discontinued it will be an injustice to a great many people specially those who are employed on Sunday and can not attend a later mass Last Sunday for example a great many men of the Holy Name Society missed attending the 6 oclock mass and receiving communion with the society the writer among the number missing for the first time iu several years Now on be half of the Catholic residents of Limerick who are in the great majority I s1ylet the ringing of the bell go on J J B THE WIFE IN THE HOME Few will deny even in this age of that strange portent the new woman that a wifes true sphere is home If she has assumed the tender name of wife if she has linked herself with the man of her choice for better for worse for richer for porer in sickness and in health home is henceforth her kingdom her state her world where she reigns by affection by gentleness and by such ten der and gracious ministries as a woman alone can exercise All household Industries end economies live forever in the word wife which comes trout web or woof aud there is the subtle suggestive nessoTa great truth in the meaning 6 the word husband the bond or baud of the louse Iu these two sweet and tender words tire sanctity of marriage and itsforemost duties are declared THE CHB PUL FACE Next to the swaHgat of heaven is the clwcrfttl free Tkerefcf no mistaking it I The brigHt eye the unclouded brow the J WMny amlkait saltl of that which dwell 1 within Who has not felt its electrifying iuflumtce One glance al Utii free JitiMOUtof the mlll and ahadowa intoUie1i beautiful realms of hope Ate cfleeeful act iin the boawltold will kept every tbiug warm 11irht within it rarer be very pUiu face but there iL joauithinjr inn We lid but can not expreet dJiu early smile xendr the blood dangling through the veins for real Joy There if word of used magic in the plain cheerful face and yi would not exchange for all the aonllaaa borate that ever raced the fairest form on earth o If you want to reaefe the working peo T cnl riv the KMtWSfey Ixte t How AreYour I YourTeeth U t If they need attention there is no better place to U have them fixed than at t- heLouisville I Dental Parlors544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors 1- 1s TII rbIIIII IIIIIIIII II IIII1 II IIJZII1 Il 1 lOran WSmiths Sons I E I Funeral Directors i I And Embalmers IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i 11Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice- S i E COX EIGHTH AND JTEITITER OIV STS S TELEPHONE 810= 1liIIIIIIIlt1111I IIUllftIIIIftftIjfI ftnftI Il1III II glll III I IrOMOillulOllt GOlliflallil lDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFiiITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND l1li o as iiArtistic Work Only SoUcUei Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII Il sate a 0 aeeaenante esee ia PARADISE a a- r a a s iI SAMPLE ROOM a u Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool a M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR si Telephone 384 248West Jefferson Street M a- ssaanasacsaeaaaaenau JOHN B5 ERANI 1 A WALTERS 11 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE TAYii HENRY C LAUER 9KULIVERYI Y AND BOARDING STABLEI U t 428430 East Jefferson St r JBJlootxvlo IIorsao OJippi It IjtlCSO For ITecicl Horses and Vehicles to hire at all hours at reasonable rates TELEPHONE J14O J 1rc EMBLEM CONTESTaArwgwIrwrAAMAAIl Who Is the Most Popular Hibernian Two 1indoiue Emblems of the Ancient Order of Hibernian will be awarded by the ICe l1ckyInjk UAmencatito the member receiving the ligheat num ber pf voteaf IMSM cottjkm only to be liapd for bsllote 2 n 9 c Rupqrd tIra OWdUate an the Wrat Una ttvify+ w the Second A V J f Q a- r 7 IIJ- to 0iit t + iVci Klt XltllftHC Al03RXOANr i- p d7 n j II r GRAND BAZAR to be given for the benefit of the r Sisters of the Good Shepherd Eighth St MUSIC HALL i COMMkNCINOir Tuesday Nov 14 And continuing eleven days Admission lOc Season Tickets 25c Business Mens Dinner from 12 to 2 0 olook No soliciting during these hours f THE EMPORIUM 448 West Market Street Bet Fourth and Fifth t Call and look over our line of Christmns Presents Euchre Prizes Imported China Dinner Sets from 698 to 40 I Sliver Knives and Forks as low as 298J HIGGINS D CRAW r I FRANK FEHR o BREWING 60 BREWERS flND BOTTLERS f C LOUISVILLE r KY DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1 Doughty KeenanU- NDERTAKERS I Htrkt5treet j Bet iTfafrfeentt t- iT13ihJ P IiOIN13 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night riages Furnished for All Occasions OnrII JOHN Pe KELLY SON DEALERS IN Groceries VegetablesFresh Produce Seventeenth and Bank Streets Special attention given to family orders and goods delivered r to all parts of the city M2 MURPHYDHAIBR IN i GROCERIES PRODUCE MEAT8 Wines Llqncrs Feed Hay and Orals 1 N R Car Seventeenth anil Portland d- veMDLawler FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON I N W Cor Nineteenth and Duncan Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night mm RICHELIEU CAFE AND M J RESTAURANTProp 221 THIRD AVE Private Dining Rooms Open Day awl Night Best of Wines and Cigars TKrjTCPHO3SrK OOS BROWN LEGHORNS Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching 5 cents each Two Cockerels for sale cheap CHAS D JACQUES 2422 St Xavier JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF II M LAWLERSH A SUPERIOR G C3EJ3SCOD OIQAJR 1207 West Main Street Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA andIMICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT J Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OPIICR- Nor 218 Fourth Aye m T cEZ IriCCaa ICyHXRriWRREN i INCINNATI 0 CITMLLiBOBIIM o 1 0- U CFPIOER8 PfesidetitamtatdcQiUQ Vicei PresidentJ W Steven Comepbtiding Secretary Zetio M Yoilng f49 Second stree- tRecordiagSecretaryT J Huimewy Financial Seerottury Ctwrlw Petitau Tresaareewlll1ans Vt 1 iiiiii I ROBERT EMMET The IIrlHhAuioricnii Society Nay Celebrate Ills Coin iiiflT AihiSvoifwryi NoV Members Arb Now Being Added nt Every Mooting TheLuto Changes in tho Laws Meeting With doiiornl Favor ALL SHOULD TAKE NEW INTEREST The largest meeting of the Irish American Society since before the fall carni vat was held iu Hibernian Hall Thursday evening vith President Tom Keenan in the chair and nil the officers present with the exception of Secretary Mark Ryan After receiving three applications for membership and the transaction of routine business the matter of holding a Robert Emuiet anniversary celebration in March was taken under consideration Final action was deferred until the installation of the officers to be elected next month The election takes place December 21 and the installation at the January meeting and already there is much interest felt in the mtlter Circulars were ordered sent to the several hundred members calling attention to the recent changes in the laws govern ing the society and the benefits to be derived by those in good standing The insurance feature is one of the safest yet adopted by any organization and shout bring the membership up to one thousand in a very short time The uew laws went into effect September 1 and those who have not had their names entered or paid their dues should do so at once The treasury reports are beginning to show a flourishing condition Next Wednesday November 22 will be IrishAmerican night at the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and it was voted that all the members and their friends who can do so attend that even ingMessrs Thomas Cleary John Kenney and Eugene McShane have been doing great work for the society of late and they are preparing a surprise for the members in the near future Interesting talks were made by Will Lawler Martin Minogue M W Murphy and M J Minogue and their suggestions met with the approval of all present The officers earnestly request n full attedance of members at the next meet Hi Ther i l iC iki ysr open ta this organization 5 1 nevery IrishAmerican should feel an interest in its success EVAN SETTLE DEAD Expires Suddenly at ills Horse la Owen ton Thursday Evening From Heart Trouble Hon Evan E Settle Congressman from the Seventh district dropped dead from heart disease at Owenton Thursday eveuing Mr Settle was able and elo qiient and one of the promising men of the State Though an ardent partisan in politics he was universally respected by the people and in his demise Kentucky loses a good man He had filled various minor offices represented his county in the Legislature and was elected last November to his second term in Con gress His death causes a vacanny necessitating a special election in the Seventh district as the term does not expire till March 4 1901 POSTOFFICE SAVINGS BANK DEPOSITS Official figures which have recently appeared in England show the average of Postoffice Saving Bank deposits to be Xfl3 in Scotland to X10 in England and l21 in Ireland Heretofore it has been popularly supposed that canny Scotch quaUties English brethren and decidedly more than the happygolucky Irishmen whose lack of frugality is often cited as a bar rier to Irelands commercial success The fact however is that many deeplyrooted notions as to economy and savings are overthrown by the banking figures of various countries POPULAR DICK SHANLEY x One of the pleasing events of thrweek at the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd WWI the winning by Mr Richard Shanley of the very hand some gold watch charm presented by the prizeWIofferedColumbus in Louisville and Mfben the votes were counted Dick was found to have distanced all competitors The com pliment was worthily bestowed FOINXKD 8AYIHG4 When a wise man makes a aiistakclt teachelI1 aanieetbine- A e4ltalidotint find fault with her cook iu hot weAther A wisI jjMin never telUr his igbbora what hU trperieace ease Ignomncejia a botswly firl1 iii Nat lotNReputationmay bet orgy iefiwl trie tq bunt it itrakeHe who rules with a rod of Iron should select a malleable oneII Wheat the public boa fault Iii writer it ia bored wpofl itsrrorb Tl1EA ICALS I Unusual imporfoce attaches to the approaching engagement of Jloyts a- CIA Texas Steerat the Avenue which will be seen next week for the first time ai reputalion cal manager rests onf this piece It has not the novelty of a Jtew production and the management does not announce that the play has been largely rewritten and remodeled On the contrary it is as near a facsiniil of the original New York production in cast and equipment as possible and absolutely identical in lines It would seem almost sacrilege or suicidal to alter a single letter in that 8WSY WWII BO WE Sttp FM WASHINSTWJ i most sprightly dialogue which is never commonplace and sometimes rises to heights of masterly eloquence and again subsides to the gentle utterances of love or the homely expressions touching pathos The fun is fast and furious at times but is never theJinterest from the plot oi the story which is keenly and logically arranged and carriedout The character types are splendidly drawn Whey are not ready made men and women but develop as the story proceeds The company is well balanced It iis headed by Katie Putnam who has been specially engaged for the beautiful role of Bossy and includes Will II Bray the original Min ister to Dahomey James R McCann the Maverick brander and the original Texas Steer quartet Col Meffert could not present fc more popular bill to local theatergoers than CI The Power of the Press which is Underlined for next week It is a graphic story of every day that has become immensely popular here For years it played to standing room only at top prices Now it will be presented at cheap prices for the first time New scenery lists been painted an augmented cast will be heard andevery detail of a truly great show will be carried out The play admits of elaborate scenic effects It Illustrates thefImmense influence wielded by tbeHef faf er press Jn this a HdtCjuir a e iu4liutuceTasre- sented iintbiatdraakni talsotfiv rI lrexerted b C the side of right and justice helplcssThemuln is founded actually occurred ia New York City and was fully reported by the press The wealth of scenery and acces sories required have been building and painting for several weeks past for this great production and will show the new Manhattan Athletic Club the poor dwelling of the working man a ship building yard in full operation a wharf on the East River with all the shipping j the handsome apartments of a prima donna in a fashionable uptown hotel a bankers sanctum on will street j a sailors shipping office and a vessel lying at anchor off the batteryII The Power of the Press will doubtless be one of the greatest offerings of the stock season A treat seems to be in store for the patrons of the Buckinghami next week when Sam Devere mid his own company of carefully selected vaudeville artists will hold the boards This oldtime fa vorite has not paid Louisville a visit for several seasons but vaudeville devotees will have no trouble in recalling jolly SaUl and his original comicalities in black face From alt reports he seems to improve with each succeeding year and is now said to be funnier than ever His company is composed of the very cream of the vaudeville profession and includes the celebrated Lady Cecil Troupe of eight graceful dancers especially imported by Devere for his present tour They will appear in spectacular and character da ces and promise to be revelation in this style of entertainment The original Newsboys Quartet will amuse with their own peculiar style of dicing and singing1 The youngsters are all clever artists and they have already established themselves as local favorites Q rieululd Buckley the musical comedUiM are talented in strumentalists and white playing upto date music manage to keep the audience in a joUy good hunker as will also the pleaslug the Murphys the acrofetlc artists The wonderful eiaeograpli will exhibit many moving pictures of dereetand also some comic views Views ef land and naval battles in the PblliptJiws marvelously true to life scenes tweU known comedies operas jike will be shown The show opens Srith a jolly curtain raiser lTbeFesua1eIO1I wlchIintroduces the company of thirtyfive I popk in a eoutittuourround of hilarious fun and ttutaful melody Pot a doting lecture la x laughable hwieque entitled The Crab Mi ct4 by Billy QjBrie Nfw Buckley AnnleLes ie eUrner and Blanche Murphy j TH8BATBN18B WJtiIIIJi iworua 4 n r L Thomu A BfnlMfiu the FeWillau flgtr of IberXoitisviUci Hotel ie quitS ill sled threatenedwith tn attack of peen mortis His absocji it otl by the guests of this popnlaf hotel with whom i he always spent a poropttof ni evening Besides bldg a tq nee he Isi a seem taitmtPf nt I b Ibtandjl f LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of tits Week Front All Parts of the Country The New York ledger has discarded the machine and is now set up by hand Chattanooga Jourpeymen Barbers Union admits colored barbers to mem bershipIn Pa all the printing offices have agreed to nine hours without reduction of wages Win Saffin Jr of the Iron Mold ers Union was elected to the legislature from one of the Cincinnati districts- In Toronto Canada the printing press men who demanded an advance of 2 per week have compromised a 150 The Ohio Baking Company of Cleveland and Lystad Anderson of Chicago have signed agreements with the Bakers UnionThe Alauta Central Labor Union elected Jerome Jones as delegate to the Detroit Convention of the American Federation of LaborIn Ill the Typographical Union and proprietors of book and job offices have agreed to inaugurate the ninehour for printers and pressmen on Nov 21- Two years ago the Amalgamated Society of Engineers of England were defeated in an effort for an eighthour day Now they have 80000 members anda full treas ury and will try it again The farmers who have regarded labor unions as little better than anarchists are catching on The farmers near Binghamton N Y have formed a union and adopted a label for their pro duceLast Monday in order to force a settle ment of thedispute between the men en gaged in iron construction work and their employes regarding wages the Trades and Labor Council has ordered out all union men working on buildings in Buf falo in which iron is being used It is said that 4000 are affected I At a meeting of the Council of the American Federation of Labor which met in Washington last month a great deal of business was transacted Several misunderstandings that were in existence between different organizations affiliated with the body were straightened out by the Council and many things mapped out and planned for the benefit of organ ized labor In connection with this that is for the good of those who toil and are anxious tc improve the condition of laborthe following resolution was adopted We advise stronglyagainst the practice which now exists ju some industries of working overtime beyond the established hours oMabfir It is an instigator of the basest selfishnessVeirad pnnciplesndwhethervnpteYe j Hii t Cbaaktitl gf p d fortlleeigltlnouFdayFryi Y FW IO ORIOIN OF TilE HARP Tis believd that this harp which I wake now for thce Was a siren of old who sang under the sea Andwho often at eve thro the bright waters rovd To meet on the green shore a youth whom she loved But she loved him in vain for he left her to weep And iu tears all the night her gold tresses to steep Till heaven lookd with pity on true love so warm And changd to this soft harp the sea maidens form Still her bosom rose fair still her cheeks smiled the same While her sea beauties gracefully formd the light frame And her hair as let loose oer her white arm it fell Was changd to bright cords uttering melodys spell Hence it came that this soft harp so long hath been known To mingle lovSa language with sorrows sad tone Till thou didst divide them and teach the fond lay To speak love when Im near thee and grief when away I Moore CARDINAL GIBBONS The Distinguished Catholic Prelate Was la Tuesdays Railroad Acci deaf Near This City Thursday morning a serious railway collision occurred at Pleasure Ridge Park about eight tulles south of this city in which five persons were badly hurt The trains wore these of the Illinois Central and the Louisville Henderson St Louis the former being behind time It was a miraculous escape for the passen gers among whom were Cadinal Gib bons Bishop Foley bathers John Bolaud and W A Retnlon who were returning to Baltitaore from New Orleans where the Cardinal and Bishops had been in conference with Archbishop Chappellc The most seriously injured were ngi near Lowther who Js now at his home on West Kentucky street and FirwnaH+ Casein of 1409 Seventh street whose skis ami lg were severely braised GB Shaw the postal clerk was at first thought to he fatally injured but hopes lire entertained for his recovery The Injured were at once brought to Lisle pity wiiet yerytbing possible was iJoItefor their comfort and reMef MCOYTO MSIT MAKAIt After con lder bt talk athatch between Peter M Air and lid McCoy ubeen ratified in New York The Coney Island Sporting dub will be the ceue of le The date has been set for December 11 The limit is twenty five Q n ofaaensber iaqdJ 11 if sm- fl 1 THE f KENTUCKY1 IRISH AMERICAN i Has celebrated its anniversary entering upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circus lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every Irish American in Kentucky and adjoining States The Kenftucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News S r SocietyLt Home News x Labor News at Sporting News t It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which isnprintedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of theyrannouncements it contains and be directednr 4tl where to make their Saturday purchases R S ll1resultt iureatbenefiE t0 our f Wflfr r1 t r advertisers w i s IOU tremem i e act that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL 3 LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville me Subscription Price IS ONLY 1ii PER YEARd C L Invariably in advance and for this small sum r we promise to continue to issue one of the Tbrighest cleanest newsiest Irish American r newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word 4 4 SUBSCRIBE NOW r ic Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible r They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best 4results as it now has a very largecirculation i among the best class of our citizens I z z z Z Address all Correspondence and Business Gommuni cations to the I KNIU K Jnm MI m N a- LF a 326 181 GRf 8IRfI ouuTUOKV n H lUOAN A r rn REOPENINGLIBRARY Old Bijou Theater MATINEES EVERY DAY I8c and 2ee EVERY NIQHT lOc ISc asd 2Sc rJADMIRAL DEWEY AND LUMIERES GINNEMETOGRAPH Refined and Highclass Vaudeville Acts beglnlug Nov 21 ending Nov 25 I TEMPLE THEATER- W H MEPPERTMANAGE- RMEFFERT STOCK COMPANY TKT ll THE POWER OP TIIB PRESS Matinee daily nt 215 Night at 815 Popular Pries1Oc 15c 25e 35c and 6Qc No higher BUCKINGHAMFinest VandeTllls Theatre in America W EEK 19SUNDAYKatlneei Sunday Monday Wednesday Satar- deSAMDEYERE8M r w s The OnlySAM DEVEREThe Only In his songs and sayings Supported by specialists among whom are the Murphys OBrien and Buckley the Three Leons Walker Sisters etc THE WONDERFUL CINEOGRAPH With its moving Comic and War Scenes IrNLTHENIIrm and l Vanilla and Lemon per gal 65c Fruits and Chocolates per gal 76c Coffee and Banana per gal 75c Almond and Macaroon per gal 100 Risque and Tuttifrutti 100 to 125 Bricks and Euchre 100 Sherbets and Ices 65c Sweet Cream 60c r 5 All kinds of Fine Cakes made and or namented to order Candy Pullings sewed on short notice a PISUURIUD MllK AND R EM ape t is ire res an a Taiaphones 2144 and 2588 iQrSpecial rates to hotels dealers and large orders Walsh the Tailor 232 FOURTH AYE iG Examine c Complete Lin- oFall t Suitings S9S9SSSSS9S9S9S9S9S9S3 r CJ CALLAHANf nAKER OP FINE Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street Work Bwranteed and Repairing Neatly Done MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY JIM MOORES PLACE 1521 Portland Ave e I Cheap Rates r ON ACCOUNT OF AHANtSGIYiNGG G DAY rIVIA1BIO FOUR ROUTE- On November 20th and 30th the pop- ularmg Pour Route wilt sell tickets be tween all stations within a distance of 150 ilea iron tarting point at a rate of ONE AND ONETHIRD FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Ttckeia will be Good for Return to and Including December 1189L Pot full Information and particulars aa D to rates tickets limits etcucalloAgents Bir Ifohjr Route or addreea the understt SJJOATBS i tawrftl Antqj JtOUISVJILK KY WAEKBN JitywcK V P JUcmt Gen P a Aft AGjP TA- CJNClbIATJO A strike of union men last Monday tied up the Consolidated streetcar lines Tht trouble arose over the refusal of the u company to recognize the newly organ rciuatateempioyeaalegedheroto i IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At the police office on Tuesday inI Cork Ellen Johnson a young woman of about twentythree years of age was charged in custody with having at Alfred street in that city murdered tier male infant aged two months The facts of the case have been published already The accused was remanded- At the Sllgo Borough Court on Tues day a militiaman named James Derham was charged with having been drunk and disorderly and assaulting the police The accused when errested shouted Success to the Boers and he knocked down and kicked a constable and tore his tunic He was sent to jail for n month Kilkenny at the present time presents an incident unique of its kind in the fact that two superb churches are being simul taneously erected not far apart within the city More remarkable stilt is the cir cumstance that one of these is being raised at the cost of a single individual the estimated outlay being 150000 At Strabane and Lifford petty sessiosn on Monday woman named Ellen Parks mtreat1edchilds eyes was blackened the side of the head was contused and there were eighteen wounds on the body The de fendant was sent to jail for three months farmyardfireHogan Jr at Ballinaclough within three miles of Netagh A valuable hay barn recently erected by Messrs Hill and Smith was destroyed and several hundred tons of hay were also consumed The property destroyed is estimatedat the value of 2000 Johnnton Mass an extensively signed invita tion to visit the United States with a view to raising funds for the erection of the proposed statue to the late Charles S Parnell The Lord Mayor cabled a reply accepting the invitation and stating that himself and Mr Redmond would sail in OctoberAnthony Muffeney Bullina and Anthony McGuire County Councillor Bally castle were arrested on warrants for speeches delivered at the United Irish League meeting held a few Sundays ago at Knockmore near Belliua which it was alleged were calculated to intimidate a man named Hughes who took an evicted farm some time ago but surrendered it before the close of the meeting referred to According to a return issued by the Government the number of eviction notices filed in Ireland for the quarter ended June 30 1809 was 1307 of which twenty were filed in the Queens Bench and 1287 in the county courts Mayo stands high gsLandAntrim follow with 147 and 102 respectively Cavan 03 Sligo 82 Tyrone 70 Galway 58 Roscommon 56 Leitrim 54 no other county being over 60 At the quarterly meeting of the New Ross District Council John Cummins Chairman proposed the following resolu tion That all Irish members of Par liament be called upon by their constitu encies ask of powerfortrifling tax on each county for the sup port of the members of Parliament for each county Mr Rossiter seconded the resolution which was passed unani mously On Tuesday night a meeting was held in the courthouse Monasterevan to form a scheme for the promotion of the work of the lighting of the place A lively in terest was taken in the matter and the attendance was fairly large On the motion of Thomas Scott the chair was taken by Rev J Donovan J Ready was ap pointed Secretary On the motioi of W Kennedy seconded by Rev Canon Smithwick it was resolved that the application be forwarded to the Local Gov inquiryintoAt the last meeting of the Gort District Council an application was made for a bridge over the river at a place called fiftyfeetsects the public road The Rev Father OFarrell explained the great necessity of building a bridge over this river which although eighteen miles long is not crossed by a single bridge F Persse agent on the Loughcoutra estates in formed the District Councillor that he saythatbuilding notwithstanding this generous offer and drownedinapplicationsuggestedthatBeard of Works and extending payment of loan over a period of ten years it would onefarthinxin SECOND ANNUAL BALL IIThe second annual ball of the Iliber Liederkranzi every indication that it wilt ptOM the gaUautIriah1 thave been bard at work for several notmJlCJlubenWtuMoueUatwiU 5uU5 prognmaIewill Iriah ftOTo srd3gtangTheywillpeovet JoeTaylorTintSullivanQtearyTomLauRauTeroenct TOUIXnchception conunitto The music Wilt be tarnished by Prof fctaOly full taakui cnntrtv T ft IRISHMEN Fought for American Inde pondenceAngloManiacsWere It was an Irishman front Maghera Charles Thompson who was the guiding spirit of the Congress and convention that adopted our declaration of independence end framed our conititution It was an Irishmans son from Wesford John Nixon that first read the declaration of independence in public to the people in Independence Square it was an Irishman from Tyrone Jolla Dutilap that first printedand published the declaration It was au Irishman this same John Dunlap that published the first daily paper print ed in the United States It was an Irishman from Donegal Gen Richard Moutgom ers that first fell white commanding an army fighting for oUr independence It was an Irishman from Wexford John Barry who was first Commodore of the American navy It was an irishmans son Gen Henry Knox that fought in every battle in which Washington was engagedand was first Secretary of War It was an Irishman that wrote the first history of the United States It was an Irishmans son Robert Fulton that gave America the credit of inventing steam navigation It was an Irishmans grand son Samuel Fiulay Breese Morse that in vented telegraphy It was the descendant of an Irishman McCormick that invent ed the reaping and mowing machine and another descendant of an Irish emigrant Horace Greeley with n smashed down hat and breeches no better than corduroy that founded the Tribune- It was Irishmen and their sons in Philadelphia merchants and soldiers heroes and patriots who in the darkest hours of the revolution when the English elements were rejoicing over the disasters of Washington and his army gave their moneyand their swords to the cause which without them might have been lost They were mostly members of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick a society then flourishing in Philadelphia and in cluding the following members Gen Stephen Moylan of Cork and his three brothers George Meade one of whose descendants commanded and conquered at Gettysburg Matthew Meade who fought with Paul Jones on the Bonhomme Richard and his brothers Thomas Fitz simmons one of the framers of the con stitution John M Nesbitt whose timely efforts in sending provisions saved Wash ingtons army from starvation Thomas Barclay who gave x5000 for the relief of Washingtons army Blair McClena ghan who gave 10000 John Barcla afterward Mayor of Philadelphia Col Ephraim Blain John Bleakly a wealthy citizen and public benefactor Gen Richard Butler end his four brothers Robert Gray of Grays Perry Capt John Greeny who commanded the first Ameri EdwardHaif ilitf bf Wash srgtoa jt ens jntens r vine George Latituer Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly James Logan son of the confidential friend and adviser of William Penn Col Francis Nichols whom Washington appointed first Mar shal of the District of Pennsylvania Oliver Pollock who secured a timely supply of gunpowder to Washington Gen Thomas Robinson Gen Walter Stewart the Boy Colonel Gen Will lam Thompson and Gen Anthony Wayne All these and many more who con tributed liberally in money and service to the cause ot Washington were mem bers of this same Irish society the Friendly Sons of St Patrick composed exclusively Irishmen and their sons and of which Washington himself was a member becoming a naturalized or adopted Irishman to qualify him for membership These Irishmen were among the most refined and elegant gen tlemen with whom Washington associated in Philadelphia whose population even then was very largely Irish While Irishmen were copiously shed ding their blood on every battlefield of the young republic from Bunker Hill to Yorktown the cruelest and bitterest opponents they contended against were the Tories of Btitish birth and extraction who stood loyally by King George and his ministry It is the descendents of the latter who today sing God Save the Queen and entwine the Stars and Stripes with the Union Jack They are the socalled Americans who eagerly desire an alliance with the mother coun try They will be checkmated how ever by the IrishAmericans as their forefathers were in Revolutionary days Intermountain Catholic AQUINAS UNION ENTERTAINMENT The Aquinas Union will give their an nual dramatic entertainment at Library Hall Thanksgiving night November 30 They will put on a threeact farce en titled Three Hats and a Pair of Gloves which if the title indicates anything will leave plenty of room for fun The following list of ladles and gentlemen which comprises some of the best ama teur talent jn Louisville will take part in the entertainment Misses Katie Beatrice Lannin Nora Ahem LitHe Curley and Miss Broaert Messrs John Bell John Crafty Walter Hensley Thomas Casey William HeadrfcM Martin Fitagibbpn William Dwrctt and Prank Cunning ham They are sure to liava good at- tedance aithoae who have witnessed tkdr performances in the put were well pleased with the entertainowttt which wse glveaIbeen M PRBUDBttT McATBtR HatiouocpWthU dant find will bold susIons daily until the list of December Mr cAtr selection u President waa a recognition of his fitness for the petition sod is aa guarantee that all complaint will receive just consideration at the hand of the board Xxwii Stein tbe welt known n w oaoer man will official an Secretary cf the board r a Ii r 1 J HISTORIC SCENES Will Be presented In Pictures- at the Bijou Next Week reopenednextfive nights by the Electric Extravaganza Company This company will introduce new features in anltuted pictures song illustrations and vaudeville The most perfect moving pictard machine that has been patented will show the great landI parade headed by AdMiral Dewey The great naval hero will also be pictured in the act of receiving the sword from Secre tary Long and in action at Manila The battle scenes of the Cuban and Philippine wars will also be reproduced Other pictures will be the international yacht race between the Shamrock and Colum big and the big WindsorHotel fire An interesting musical programme will also be rendered The prices will be low and there will be daily matinees OLD MANS SONG Twai beyond at Macreddin at Owen Doyles weddih The boys got tire pair of us out for aI reel Says I Boys excuse us Says they Dont refuse us Ill play nice ahaisy says Larry ONeill yt So off we went trip ln it and up an down steppiu it tIHerself and Myself on the back of a ldoore V Till MollyGod Mess hertfeU into J t- An the dresser I tumbled overJ the child on the flooreII Says Herself to Myself Were as young as the best o them Says Myself to Herself Shure were better than gold Says Herself to Myself Were as young as the rest o them Says Myself to Herself Troth well never grow oldj As down the lane goin I felt my heart growiti As young as it vas fortyfive years ago Twas here in thisboreen I first kissed by storeen A sweet little colleen with skin like the snow i I looked at my woman a song she was hummin As old as the hills so I gave her a pogue Twas like our old ooiirtin half serious half sportin When Molly was young an when hoops were in Vogue I When shed say to Myself You can coort with tlie best o them1 When Idsssy to lluself Sure IIm bet erthaailpkb r Wr reuls se Keay to3 m Ynxlre wild as the redso themt t And Id say to Herself Troth Ism time enough old I P J McCall in the Gael LIMERICK FOOTBALL ELEVEN The Limerick football eleven has organized I for the season and may be seen I practicing nightly at the Athletic Club I grounds It is composed as follows Dave Burke center rush John Doolan right end Jim Sexton left end Pat tannin right guard Dennis Tangney left guard John Dunn quartet back Pat OKeefe right half back Will Schnell left half back John Chawk full back Dr C F Melton who was so successful with the Melton baseball team has agreed to act as manager for the football eleven WHITESONS CLOTHING The new clothing store recently opened at Fourth and Market by Mr Whiteson late of the Mammoth makes its first an nouncement in our columns this week His stock is perhaps the finest in this city being entirely new and our readers are requested to examine the mens and boys suits there before making pur chases Every garment will be found as represented and at the most reasonable prices Our friend should bear these facts in mind and also mention that they read the announcement in the Kentucky Irish American ROSA BONHEURS WILL Mlle Rosa Bonhebr the noted animal painter who died iiri the early spring of this past year willed her chateau land- and painting to An American girl Miss Anna Klumpke oft San Francisco Cal Miss Klumpke wV4 is one of five noted sisters was studying art in Paris when she became acquainted with Mlle Don heur So strong did the friendship of these two gifted women became that Misa Bonheur before her t death was never seen without her friend liss Klumpke The famous portrait o Mlle Bonheur was painted by this tented young Califor nian Miss Klmcpitc has presented several tine paiatingeby her friend to t French GovernaMMt betide dividing the bulk of tbeeatateaad valuables left her by Mlle Boahewrto the immediate rela livess of the dead artiate AT IlUVW MOMOWiD In the Town Ma Yotigbal at a large I maetiug of tbs MawUof A1 Grave manager of the Fivnmcial flunk be Nor pmented with an TlUuninaUd address I dog cart and chaqae on the pccaaionof r his protnodoa to tIM tnanagerciiip at Birr Richard Catay presided and ra i ferred at length to tbje waay good quaH tins of Mr Gn iwho ding his this teess years nMUMoe in Youghal lied made for himatlfa boat of friends need bad been a bcotfii to the torso by hitI ucceatfnl dots in organhcing band promenades law teiuiin golf club and other amuatr 9tu They all regretted i his leaving fftiHch end bad met there I to show kM a wBMmuiv the eatecm asst IMt idblpl- a = i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The meeting of Presidents called for Tuesday evening failed to materialize ExPresident Edward Clancy was given a hearty welcome at the last meeting of Division I- President Hennessy says he favors the consolidation of all the divisionswith Division 4 A cordial invitation is extended every Hibernian in the Palls Cities to attend the next meeting of Division 1 There should be a large turn out of Hi bernians next week when theyattend the hazer for the Sisters of the Good Shep herd Division 11 of Pall River Mass is in a flourishing condition and bids fair to be the banner council of the city in a short time The division now numbers 300 members and is increasing rapidly The ball of the Hibernian Knights at the new Liederkranz Hall Monday night ought to be one of the most suc cessful ever given The various commit tees have left nothing undone that will add to the pleasure of the occasion A smoke talk was held in Knights of St Rose Hall Boston under the patron age of Division 62 Roxbury The proceedings opened with a concert after which the Hon John R Murphy deity ered an address on The Progress of the Celt in America County President Murphy and Presi dent John Hennessy of Division 4 were among the visitors at the meeting of Division 3 Wednesday evening Both made some very timely and encouraging remarks for the good of the division and the order in general The third annual ball of Division 42 of Boston was held in Roughan Hall Charlestown and the guests included a a number of the Presidents of the sixty nine divisions in the city and county as well as the officers of the Suffolk County Directory The march was led by president Thomas H Maguire the floor director and Mrs Maguire MACKIN COUNCIL The entertainment to be given at Library Hall November 20 by the CeciUan Dramatic Club for the benefit of Mackin Council Home Fund promises to be one of the most largely attended affairs of this kind ever given in the city The company is composed of some of the best amateur talent in Louisville Be sides the support of every member of Mackin Council which is assured the Louisville Lodge of Elks have promised to assist in making this affair a success They have also received assurances from theI orwood Club one of the most pop alarorgaalzvtionAof the East End that itl1ttend tn a baud I6 The Cromwell clutf of the West End have also tendered their services to this popular council They will attend the entertainment in a body w ORIGIN OP DIXIE Everybody has heard and sung Dixie hut very few knoW the origin of the song or that the author is still living Daniel Decatur Emmett the author is old and poor only lately he passed his eightyfourth birthday He lives the life of a hermit Years ago he ceased to receive any compensation from the songs that made him famous Like many an author he has time to reflect that fame is often its own reward Half a century ago when Emmett was living in New York he entertained a musical club to which he belonged by blacking himself with burnt cork and interspersing his jokes with coon songs Thus the negro minstrel was originated Old Dan Tucker was another of his com positions Dixie was written in haste one Sunday and sung the following night at the theater making a tremendous hit Fortune smiled on him but he made no provision for the evil days when fortunes- frown would darken his life Living poor and alone with only memories to cheer him there is but little hope that his condition will be bettered before be dies IRISH SSOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues sday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas J Dolan Financial SecretaryPeter Cuick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Canifield Recording SecretaryJohu Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 street heTreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets OH the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month Praajdent PatrickT Sullivan Vice Presidentphil CavaaaBgh Recording Secretary JofenCavaaaugh Plnsnelal SecretaryN J Sheridan 8018 Jyytle street Treur r George J Butler DIVISION llecta on the Second and Foutk wwletes flay Bv ifJng of Beh Mont- hPresidentJohn H HatiMaay LyaekliuoardiaGraf unciaC e 0Raat Gray Mast fre wrer+Harry Brady iJ i 0DIVISIOltJD teeth the First uid Third Taecda y n p of Each Month PremJeot rank G Cunniughim- Vice Pnaidaut John E Vwaer Reowdloa SacMttry LJ MCey jtoMuraWT OKttarjr j f Cum d 1t ej c I SECOND ANNUAL BALL TO BE GIVEN BY M r HIBERNINm m KNIGHTSI I i NEW LIEDERKRANZ HALLII CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT STREETS MorAr NIGHT NOV oll UNION MADE NOT IN A TRUST CHEW POTHEENQ TOBACCO 11 SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING GOOD Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS Made from selected 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