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DRIFPIMEDERF X mtfm WJHTIST 147 WkfPP1 SON 5T Mai lbitf N Petdb INendss uo =iiNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 1899 PRICE FIVE CENTS MACKINCOUNCIL1Cite win Play for Kit llcncflt WcdneNdny- IIHomo or tlio HciiclltH FurnlHlicil Member by This Popu lar Society HUH Purchased and lIruIHhcl a HaiiilHoiuu New Club House PUBLIC SPIRITED AND ENTERPRISING On Wednesday evening November 29 the Cecilian Dramatic Cub will produce Called Awayone of time prettiest dra mas ever seen in Louisville It is from the pen of that wellknown play writer Richard Quinn and is a High class play that readily appeals to the sympathies of both young and old and never fails to please even the most skeptical This play was produced about one year ago for the benefit of one of the Catholic churches here and was not only a big success finan dally but placed this popular dramatic club well up among the semiprofessional organizations of the Falls Cities Among some of the talent that will appear in this play might be mentioned Frank G Cun ningham whose ability in this line is too well known to require any introduction to the readers of this paper Charles J Ditto who has attained a place high up in the ranks of the semiprofessional class R L Fisher who made such a decided hit in the last production of this play and who also needs no introduction to our readers popular Charles S Raidy who has earned the title of stage detective Barney J Dawson Mackin Councils popular comedian Tello Webb Cary Jones and T E Burkholder who rank among the best Misses Goldbach and Bee Mullarkey two of the most popular young ladies in Catholic circles in the Palls Cities who took leading parts in this play before and who have won themselves into the hearts of the Louisville public need no introduc tion To say they have attained a place well up among the best of them is putting itlightly A club of such popular am- 1TMdptjtxltntedy QungrrPc Ofl these is bound to meet wltlisuccess and it is safe to say that seats will be at a pre mium on this occasion The proceeds of the performance will apply toward furnishing Mackin Councils new club house recently purchased These young men of Mackin Council have taken upon themselves what to many others would be a big responsibil ity but they have proved themselves equal to the emergency on more occa sions than one and it is safe to say this one will be no exception These boys are all hustling and claim they will own the best and most thoroughly equippd clubhouse and gymnasium in the South and if determination and hard work will accomplish it they will certainly make good their claim Such publicspirited energetic youug men as the Mackin boys have proven themselves to be are the boys that make our very best business men they are a credit to any community and should be encouraged in their under takings by one and all Any young man who is eligible to become a member of Mackin Council and is not such misses a rare opportunity in life No association or organization offers to its members one half so much for the money as does Mackin Council Their new club house will be located on Twentysixth near St Cecilia right on a good street car line with a nice green lot 115 feet front by 180 feet deep two pretty green lawns club rooms and gymnasium furnished with all modern conveniences a clever set of good friendly boys for associates an excellent library of the best books pool tables billiard tables cardrooms etcin fact everything that helps to make their council an ideal one and of I which any young man can be proud of liia membership in An organization of this kind does more for the moral social and intellectual ini r improvement of Catholic young men than anything else under the sun It keeps them in good company places good moral books at their disposal keeps them off the street corners out of bar rooms from gambling their money away or spending it in dissipation It elevates the mind brightens the intellect in f abort makes a man of oneand every parent should see that his son if eligible hoiild be a member of an organization like thk mid where He will always be provided with not only the above ad- vantagesr but sick and geathbt efits1 Thae young men have taken a step that will not only Interest their personal friend but will interest the entire Cath olic community They have woo the ad Minion of the puttie generally which wilt support theft in tbelr great under kIIlCb not only attending the enter talnmant above referred to but by their pctrottag in anything they give vTney vpeet to move into their new q1f tb wesk where thy wilt bur frlmadmRfWeeutive pAfT a and atanding com uittw Of tnecoW selleinhracwd I Aof the ldjorviug- Ile I cleatWIII 1- Vi VcePreIkttd auulMfcRaldv VicWilliam B D W- Wk v IRISAMERICAN t Ilninciil Secretary George J harts Recording Secretary Lou H glmub Corresponding Secretary M ck Raidy Mauhnl Inside Sentinel Martin UeerIII Outside Sentinel Oscar DronnertIExecutive Committee R L 1Ulier Chairman ThomAS Burkholder Jack Sage John Kemper George Semanii Entertainment Committee R L Fiilicr Chairman ClmtJcnl S RAid August Weber John Harlow Joseph Heckman C H Zook Jack Sage Thomas Ilurkholder Barney Dawson Lou II Straulr soak NOTKS Reserved sent tickets be at the club houseII The work of moving into the new home will begin Monday The wellknown West Ruth comedians Pirrman and Jones have been assigned parts in Called Away Casper Miller has promised the boys another pool table when they become settled in the new house The nominasion of officers for the en suing term takes place Tuesday evening and the election will be held December 6 i Barney Dawson promises to surpass himself in his popular ragtime songs and dances Wednesday evening Dont fail to see him The first meeting iu time new club house will occur Tuesday evening All members are urged to attend and inspect time new quartars I Instead of simply walking across the street the Raidy boys will hereafter have to walk about a half a mile Here is an I opportunity for the sale of two bicycles Alderman William Patterson and Rudolph Hocksttasser have donated 160 to the house fund Their liberality is highly appreciated by the members of Mackin Council and will never be forgotten by them MORNING Miss Anna Shelley and Arthur Musselman tho Con tracting Parties Miss Anna Shelley and Arthur L Mus selman were united in marriage Tuesday morning Rev Father Logan performing the ceremony and celebrating the nuptial mass There was a large gathering of friends and relatives of the happy pair at the church to witness the ceremony and wasretJdShelleye6 bey several years J JIt Mtem The bride who was handsomely gowned is the accomplished sister of Assistant Tax Receiver Toni Shelley and the late James J Shelley and has reigned as a favorite since her debut in society circles Mr Musselman is a son of the late DavId Musselman and holds a responsible posi tion with the Mengel Box Company Upon the conclusion of the services at the church the bridal party were the guests of honor at an elegant wedding breakfast after which they left for Washington and New York City to spend their honeymoon Upon their return they willmake their home at 421 West Oak street With their hosts of friends we wish them a happy and successful journey through life ALL TURN OUT Hibernians of the City Will Assemble Next Tues day Evening Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will have the largest meeting of the year next Tuesday evening when eight candidates will be initiated All members of the order in this city New Albany and Jeffersonville are invited tto be present to witness the new initiation ceremony which will prove very inter esting President Thomas Keenan abd Secre tary Tom Dolan will welcome the visitors and a most interesting and enjoyable evening is assured This promises to be the forerunner of similar meetings by the other divisions of Louisville during the winter and will serve to make the mem bers of the order better acquainted and awaken a revival of interest in the work of adding to the number now on th hebiga 1 make addresses CGRRANHARNON Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Maggie Hnrnon and James Curran which will be solemnized at the Cathedral Wednesday afternoon next Rev Father Schuhman officiating The bride elect is a handsome young lady very popular in social circlet and is a sUterin law of Mr Keerling of the Gait Hose Jam Curran who hies held the position of steward of the Louisville Hotel for thel put thirteen years U one of the beet known Hibernian in this city s meat her of the Knights and DiviaipaJ and his number of friends are legion The haippypalr will occupy their owu home at 7SAXw rtyfiifth Mrttbe where a re tstreptonyTheyt many ttieende and acquaintances for a life of bUaattd happitaeli 1 CONWTI0H CRITICAL IJpatrtck Owensr Joltbe pUt year with the City Railway Company who wao thought to be on the road to rtcovety troth erecent UlneM baa oaf- fared et ralMt mad ti slur thoo ht to be I 4 H5 pwwtawnla at his Itttllte II- tJu i F j l t- f LASTNIGHT1 The Jlnznr for the SlstorH of the Good Shepherd a Ole louR SUCCCHH I III Magnificent Work Done by the iI FrleuilH of a Most Noble t Charity j Ih Illbcrnlans Took Possession mid Mndo Everybody happy Thursday NAMES PLACED ON THE HONOR ROLL The bazar for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd now in progress patronizedIduring past indicationsI ell seem that the results will prove most gratifying Each evening the hall has been thronged with the charitably dis posed time largest crowds being present Thursday and Friday evenings when members of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians and the IrishAmerican Society nobleIlabored zealously the opening night with the result that no one can be found who is not loud in praise of the treat ment which they received The bazar was visited Wednesday even ing by Rev Fathers Lynch Walsh Rock and other clergymen Besides these there were present Col John Whallcn and wife Col James Whallen and wife Col Lum Simons and many city officials and other prominent citizens They were always the center of a throng of interesting maids and matrons who unanimously voted then the most liberal patrons of the entire week What Col Simons could not win he bought and Col John Whallen and his brother Jim were most munificient iu their patronage donating to the Sisters many of their prizes As the bazar is drawing to a close the Kentucky IrishAmerican feels called upon to mention at random some of the many ladies and gentlemen horse deserving of time greatest praisei for their zeal and untitinglabofs In behalf of one ilkAttileeChriteilelitattii utlons in ii State of Kentucky The President Edward J OBrien is3 possessed of the faculty of being here there and everywhere at one time N gathering at any of the booths on the stage or at the door is complete unless he is in the midst With the great weight of the enterprise on his shoulders he moves through the crowd without a stoop apparently unconcerned It is a care he carried willingly and with his splendid management and the valuable assistance of John Crotty and Mike Duffy the fair could not fail to be a grand success The Press and Printing Committee Messrs Al Smith R J Whelan TonI Keenan C A Curtin and E J Tiemey have secured the bazar the widest adver tisement possible The matter furnished the press by Chairman Al Smith stamps him a firstclass newspaper man The Dominican fancy booth and din ing room where the eatables have been dispensed is presided over by Mrs Squire John McCann assisted by Mes dames Green L Bell Mattie Scott Albert Bell Misses Agnes Dugan Mary Green Maggie Campion Annie Harmon Laura Decourcey Katie Green Tillse Flynn Katie Flanagan Anita Bell and hula Imorde who have never failed to atisfy the cravings of the inner man Every one who partook of their dinner once never failed to return bringing others This speaks volumes for th chef and the fine executive ability of Mrs McCnnn Among time most wel come visitors here were Pat Baunon and Barney Campbell who daily gave dinner parties to their friends The fancy goods table in charge of the Misses Flanagan who are working unceasingly for its suc cess displays an ever increasing array of valnable articles These ladiesI have spared neither time nor expense toI titee admirable equipment of their booth is al splendid tribute to their good ezea1l andmanagement The Sacred Heart booth has been au ever changing panorama of beauty Big dolls little dolls fat dolls poor dolls aristocratic dolls working dolls dolls as Indians cowboys negroes Chinese Japanese Portuguese Siamese Spanish Italian Dutch Flemish etcin fact every nation under the sun was repre seated in time grand display Here Mrs Dperhoefer assisted by Meadaatan Tighe Toni Tarpey John Ryan Joe tNevln Norton and Kast and UiMea Katie Doer heeler Lisaie McCormkk and Mary Mc Donald attracted the largest crowds of the baaar to their booth Many and we i rleMredwete the cpntpUnienta beatowed upntt these ladles Alt bail to St Patricks with its beam fnlcoloM of white and gtecM Mm Wade and the good ladies udder her charge ate making the booth tell its own story inI the good results diaplayed in its treaauiy No member of that hustling pariah pasina the booth without giving the ladies pre changenBt Patrick will be well in the front I thanks to the genial ladiea in charge att the close They are Meadaatea Th Kwoaa J J FInn Joe Vetter D P 1M r Rd 1J4 Ua1lia IIkr1- JbU9f I U trur f Oltttistt a Ii I i t frc Will Harris Richard Whnllcti Miles White John Rile nun Misses Mamie Keenan Marie OfJlllrJcn Katie and Rotllc I Guy Lillle and fijjlie Facklcr Mamie Ticrtjey 3 The Cnthdlrnl moths have lbeen and ore continuing toy lo nobly Mrs Chas Smith and Mrs George Hoertz Jr have spared no pains toTbring them to a goal- paying basis and the crowds that throng around them arc so marry tributes to the ladlesIMany and costly nje the articles which the ladies of the Cathedral have secured for this table and which serve to show how admirably the rave worked for the success of the baron Those ladies have been ably assisted 6 Mesdames Margaret Burke Ellen Pu fi T J Tierney Geo Wright and 111 Katie and Fannie Smith two charmtUgf young ladies whose indefatigable wor added much to the gratifying result9achieved Mollic and Nellie McllhemieyjjjLizzie Glynn Mary Smith Carolyn anAdele Kampfmuller Nina Smith Day 1m and May McClos key Henrietta Kailer Kate Walsh Mary Cummings Rosaeinn L Grady Mary Brennau lizzie Reynolds Lula Fontana and Miss Finn SE Mrs Denuuzio7aid Mrs Hoertz have the booth dear j5the heart feminine The most exquisittXpf needlework here displayed lures thc ontents from many a sorrowing purse The temptation to buy is almost too Illuchf or the purse to resist and cotgfquentlythe ladies in charge are kept titsy waiting upon cus tomers there nre smiling times and tear ful times as one cosies in to see a cher ished article take by another How ever as Mrs D and Mrs II kindly inform wouldbe purchasers the Sisters will duplicate everything on the table This table also owes much of its succeas to Misess Mary McGinn Lizzie Glynn T Kielyand Katie Keating to whose charm ing treatment of visitors many of the largest sales are d 1At St Brigids bcKth the indefatigable Miss Barrett has left nothing to be de sired With her cSmpetent aids she has succeeded in placngt in the front rank of attractiveness aiiilnterit It goes with out saying that SteBrigids parish as represented in tlSbootb will make a most worthy an excellent showing This parish is handsenmelyrepresentel by Mesdames E hare Mary Mitchell Joseph Hoertz antpjdidscs Mary Barrett Jennie Cmpbell5fjellie and Dora Bar rett Lula Stey s Khtie Darrett who have never failedtmake it interesting and agreeable foriill callers In the interns re the music loud l ughs otKayetyJftfehm may be beard etYaltbooth What iifi4t causerof all this merriment The museuni and art gallery with its unique ideas both literary amuseoment to the crowds who nightly enjoy I the exhibit It is under time management of Misses Rose Kavanaugh and Keyer I and the many delightful surprises in store for visitors are worth much more than I i I the dime spent for admission The dam j set therein surpasses that of any compet ing booth 1 The Telegraph Station with its tjusy click click owes much to the efforts of those earnest workers HesdameS Wathen I and Weasel Every evening these good wprkers could be seen flitting hither and II thither with their friendly messages and unlike the messenger boy of song and t story there is no delay Prompt delivery II cIcesscII white will be indebted to the amiableI and earnest Miss Reverman I who are doing nobly vvith the toys and I games The little ones from the schools t alwaysea good showing Miss Goss and her aids are making the fishpond need nightly a new supplyof the finny tribe to satiate the appetites of the numerous Isaac Waltons who fish foremore piscatorial sport in the evening They are doing agoodbuslness The wheel booth hiss also done hand pmcyi awing to the efforts of Misses Teresa Reverman Mamie Hermann Dora and Josephine Hubbuch and a bevy of lovely assistants There are otherS than those above named who should have been mentioned but who were so busy our representative could not catch ua1The ladies coffee iocial Thursday after noon was attenddby about 600t and was tile moWrenjoyaWiiTK any of time after noon events t Those who wnuli apead a most enjoy able evening and kelp a worthy caw should not fail to attend tonight HAPPY FATHER Col LeuoitYaungtie geniall Secre tary of the Central Labor Union was called to Guthrie Wda fdayrwliere his wife presented hint with a lovelytfaugh for Upon his arrival the little irmis gave her papa a hearty wrteotne His maa printer friend united in sending their lothtrnotberewldudaugh Iter are doing ajplfpdidiy UCOMMAHOOS16f John T ftaiajr the wellknown h tlec+ 4 ha rangned bb place at the Gait Houac slot will be hereafter tiymnttd with the Hotel Gentry ift iBlopmiagton laAf ate left here Tuesday for French Lick where he will spend several day before aamming bus new charge the eecurbatI1 eaoasaaJoys a fine rep It ia 4 Mj4lt3fe 1It p1lt plhm man tdeatl to ltdh4 z 21 7 t MAUD GONNE I WIny Sire Urges Soldiers of the Queen to light for tho Boers Daughter of a British Colonel hates England for Her Cruelty Wants Only Homo Rule and An Irish Parllainenfcfor time Green Isle ENJOYED PARNELLS CONFIDENCE ColonelBoer standard std offering to lead a regi ment of Boers into battle Her name is Maud Gonne She is called the Irish Joan of Arc and is proud of the name Perhaps that has something to do with her offer to ride into battle at the head of a regiment She hates England because of the wrongs of Irelandnot hem own wrongs for she belongs to time favored class and might easily if her heart would let her avert her eyes from the sufferings of the lowlyIt is one of Maud Gonnes guiding principles that everything that embar rasses England must help Ireland Hence she has seized upon the Transvaal war as an opportunity to undermine the fidelity of her countrymen among the British troops sent against the1 Boers She has flitted from the continent to Dublin a beauteous figure of Cassandra prophesying woe to the oppressor May God prosper the Boer she cried in addressing a recent meeting of Irish menAnd as she spoke a painter might well have caught inspiration from her for a picture of some prophetess or of the veritable Joan of Arc IIA brow crowned with a halo of golden hair large eyes which are now filled with indignation now bathed in tears of pity a graceful Render and supple figure the gesture large aria noble the whole ap searancetStaniped with a character o- swjttcxxelrgaeceeuelt r wvi rr lul a++ OoaaTii7S f Frenchmans cdescription- written by La Petite Gironde at a lime when Miss Gonne was telling Bordeaux wrongsI too who dubbed her the Joan of Arc and the phrase lived because of its truth Also a I Frenchman could imagine no greater compliment j soiliflung in the face of a jingo Government- tA deep debt of gratitude is due to those Irishmen in South Africa who have joined the Boer army Jt is a terrible sorrow andhumiliation IrishIii- t i- to be hoped that those soldiers when they see the green flag of Ireland waving side by side with the banner of the Transvaal will even at the eleventh hour remember that they too are Irishmen At that moment may they cast off the hideous English uniform and fight on the side of right and justice IBrothers the cause of the Transvaal keptt here by absolute obligations must come with me and fight with the Boers The time for our final struggle has not come The hour is not propitious But down there you can help the cause of right against might Remember that every blow struck at England is for the good of Ireland The British Government has learned by experience that it is not the part of wisdom to manufacture martyrs and in thecase of a beautiful and lovable woman such a policy would be trebly disastrous So Maud Gonne enjoys free speech to incite British soldiers to desert their standard on the field of battle and turn their guns against the forces of the QueenShe is perfectly sincere about it In her heart of hearts she believes that treachery ceases tobe a crime when em pteyed by Irishmen against England Every weapon she conceives to be a goodI one if it be used to achieve freedom andI avenge oppression What startles the English who read ofr the red sedition she preaches Is that this Is the daughter of the late Col Gonne ofr the Sixteenth Lancers a loyal and valiant soldier of the Queen conspicuous by hisI personal brilliancy and because be corn mantled a crack regiment And above all the storm of imorrifiedcommemtsound sI tote ejaculation YWhat would Col Gonne say And yet Maud Coarse isi not extreme Inl lies demand forIreland She prefsoles no desire to ere thi rules disaolred see Ireland a nation Home rule is thu extent of her political dream Lt Ireland have a Parliament of own and the Irish Joan of Arc would content to lee tlj4JJittleg eel Jllaadre mash part of time United Kingdom It waa through emotion rather that1 rvnod that tits highfired wdman a patriot when she war only a girl ofr fourteen r1e spectacle of ijfferinK and wrong appealed ao powerfully to her cow passion that it captured her whole lnen t and swept all other Interests out of he- rm She mutate in 19M trap 4brtr dlr y 1 knowIabout In the lovely country surrounding her ancestral home lurked many a cave and glen associated with the name of some doughty rebel who had there de fied the pursuit of the redcoats Maud Gonne loved them all At the age of ten she was sent to England for her education Four years later when she was home for a vacation occurred the episode that converted her from a thoughtless schoolgirl into a wo man with a purpose She was driving home one cold and wet October evening through the region of Glengariff close to the shore of Bantray bay In the midst of the desolation she heard the sounds of women wailing and saw a flickering light Hard by the ruin of what had once been a peasants cabin she found a fishing boat turned bottom up and propped a few feet above the sod by stones Around it for shelter against the weather were curtained the boats sails From here the light came and the wailing The fishing boat was a house and a house of mourning Cot Gonnes daughter pulled aside a corner of the sail and entered She was made welcome with the gentle hospitality that distinguishes the poorest of her race In the midst of the circle that crouched on the sodden turf lay Michael McGrath with candles at his head and at his feet The sails were inadequate protection against the storm aud drops of rain fell upon the wasted face of the dead In the cries of the women and children swaying in the candlelight in the dark faces of the men who bowed their heads iu silence Maud Gonne with ready intuition divined that she was face to face with no common tragedy And these were the facts she learned Michael McGrath had built his own cabin and he tilled his little farm with industry Lord Bantry buts landlord wishing to turn the land into pasture raised hisrentfrom C48 to l05 Unable to pay the advance an eviction was orderedAttached to the soil and remembering Parnells watchword Keep a firm grip on your homestead McGrath barricaded the place and with his wife sister and four children withstood a fivedays siege by using boiling water as a weapon of de fense Then the lIttlefamUy was starvedl outBut this was not final When the coast was clear McGrath moved back to his little homestead That was a breach of the law and he tvas sent 1 u 1 f Hsoffs tveat ba K o the farm Shif was sent to jail His sister and eldest daughter wentl back They were sent to jail This troublesome family kept the au thofties busy a long time for no sooner r would one of them be released than he or she would go back home All were arrested and imprisoned 3in this way three times Then asa last resort Lord Bantry destroyed the house McGrath had built The undaunted McGrath turned to his fishing boat Neighbors helped him to move it over to the farm alongside the ruins of the homestead His case was a celebrated one by that time The Land League helped him with funds But imprisonment and exposure had done their work He caught typhus fever and the canvas walls of his house helped Lord Bantry to get rid of an un welcome tenant Such was the story Maud Gonne heardl that chill October evening What sir had seen shocked her so profoundly thatt for weeks afterward she vas ill in bed Father she said when she was re covering Ill do something for Irelandl yeti Coll Gonne died six years later His wife had long been dead At twenty Maud Gonne was an orphan with a handsome fortune in her own right Irelands prospects were much brighter then for Gladstone was in power andI working hand in Band with Paruell Then came the Salisbury Government CoercionWhen Irelands cry went up once more Maud Gonne remembered her vow She turned away front the splendor of Dublin Castle where her wit and beauty wade iron an honored guest at every vice regal entertainment and hurried to Done gal to use her fortune to relieve distress and her eloquence to assail what she deemed tyranny She quickly won the confidence of la nell and the other leaders of the nation and by the peasants was hailed as a de liverer Later she went to France to enlist French sympathy for her countrymen Her public addresses became a vogue In Paris she established a paper LIrlandc Libre II which is s1I11 issued Two years ago abe visited this country and received a magnificent welcome from the Irish of America And now Will Maud Gonnes never cute for the Maid of Orleans lead her to tilde into battle in the vanguard of the Boers toFORTY HOURS DEVOTION Rev Fittber Murphy wilt inaugurate Chnccbeh Marj3 Magdalene tomorrow morning They will open with a grand proceaaion and Grose Tuesday bceBRBMNAN RBSfONBD L Patrolman John Brennan who during hta Y tea months service on the police tgforce has made a yen favorable reputai forceThul1ldayrmorning to engage n Q 10ri Y ic lACE CnTAllAUnRY J We lead aitd sever fofow Oar work IIs hmaaerlag face curtain at 2tc a pair lives cc lire Mtlifacttoi Wink called for and delivered Firstdaws serlce MAD BABEY 625 Secs oath St Telephone 2631 VOLUME WEDDING LIVES ENDED Two of Louisvilles Most Highly Esteemed Residents Pass Away Thomas A Mulligan time Best Known Hotel Man in the South And Mrs Peter Martin Who Resided for Many Years in tire West End BOTH WERE PROMINENT CATHOLICS Thomas A Mulligan the popular hotel manager and wellknown Catholic so ciety man died Wednesday evening after a three weeks illness of pneumonia and the sad announcement caused inexpres sible grief throughout the entire city For the three preceding days his condi tion was very critical but his friends and attendants had hopes of his recoveryxm til within a few hours before the end By his death Louisville loses another of her most progressive citizens one who never tired of adding to her reputation abroad and prosperity at home His hospitality and charity were proverbial and his fame extended over the entire country The deceased gentleman was in the prime of life fortythree years old and his death will prove an irreparable blow to his devoted wife and children and his relatives who are prostrated with grief Before his passing away the sacrament of extreme unction was administered by Revs Father Logan and Raffo Mrs Mulligan his son Harry and daughter Loretto and his brothers were at his bedside when his soul took its flight to its Creator Mr Mullingan was born in Pembroke Canada and at the age of fifteen engaged in the hotel business which he followed with unvarying success In 1881 lie came to this city and filled the position of chief clerk at the Galt House until 1890 when he became time general manager of the Louisville Hotel which under Iris t administration has enjoyed time greatest prosperityjn Its history finiedtofand daughter survive him His son Harry now eighteen years old was made a Colonel on Gov Bradleys staff four years ago and enjoys the distinction of being the youngest possessor of that titlel in time State His daughter Loretto was completing her education at Chicago but was called lhome because of his illness Mr Mulligan was one of the founders of the Knights of Columbus Council in this city and no one stood higher its Catholic circles than he A friend of the rich and poor alike his loss mourned by the entire community and ids place will not be easily filled Messages of sympathybae1eeJtl of the United States and Canada all de ploring hisunexpected and untimely nd morn yesterdaying the solemn requiem mass being celebrated with Rev Father Logan as celebramVaa sisted by Fathers Raffo and Ackennan The church would not hold the throngs admissionetMr Mulligans death was the first to occur in the ranks of the Knights ofCo- lumbus which society passed appropriate resolutions at a meeting held Thursday evening as did also the Catholic Club After the services at the church the remains were deposited in the vault at CavE Hill where they will remain until they are shipped to Chicago for burial x Mrs Peter Martin one of the most highly respected ladies of the West End passed away last Sunday morning at the family home on West Walnut street after a threemonths illness forified by the sacraments of her church ahd resigned to the will of God Mrs Martin was born in the County Down Ireland fiftynine years ago She was married to Peter Martin in 18651 during which year they came to this country landing in New York and comp ing direct to Louisville where they have since made their home During bent long residence in this city she has spent L fifertalents which God had bestowed upon her Since the organizatn of St Charles parish she has been a zealous worker and devout member 9ftthat congregation and her loss is one that will be felt by the church Besides her bur band she is survived by one son James J Martin with the CourierJournal oath wellknown in labor circles throughout the Falls City A devoted mother and kindhearted friend she was poMM d of a most amiable disposition and there fortunate enough to know her all mourn lien loss t The funeral took puce Tuesday worn lag from St Charles church where a solemn requiem mass was celebrated for the repose of her soul Rev Father Shannon of McEwen Tenn who kjthe brotherinlaw of James Martin ilofIItbe deceased paid a touching and elo quest tribute to her memory sad noble example pf Christian fortitude The large number in attendance testified to the respect in which the deceased war heIdMter the impressive obsequies the remains were followed lIbeir lest testing pkvcein 8U Louil Cemetery the Jlboarer being William Williams Jamll Reid Henry Heitlc Patrick JosephLooneysy- pathyto the bereaved husband ana May her tonal eft is peace k r TriThfII 1 T n- r BJQNrUOKY 1 AM RC3A117 J a KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN 0 vote4 to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans wIL7LAM M HIGGINS Iubliaoh0r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at tko Louisville Postoff Ice us SecondClass Matter L AIUI all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street iiI LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 1899 VICS PEACEFUL P REIGN The inherent tendency of English writers and American toadies toS misrepresent facts and falsify his tory in their efforts to justify Eug l lish rapacity and cruelty is proverI bill Every war is claimed to be- anj unavoidable emergency in the march of civilization and liberty and it is sought to give the impres sion that England prefers and 1strives for peace that her good Queen abhors and opposes war andt since the jubilee celebration of her coronation she has been lauded asI1 the kindhearted monarch whose reign of sixtytwo years has been ia period of peace and progress to England and mankind The echo is taken up by our Anglomaniacs and on each recurring birthday an niversary of the good Queen AmerII icans are regaled with praises inverse l and prose of Queen Victoriasjj Long and Peaceful Reign Of course as usual in everything English the facts of history are ignored even misstated to suit theI purpose in view for it is a factIt I that the reign of Queen Victoria instead of being one of peace has been a period of war and prepara tions for war during the entire sixtytwo years costing Englanc thousands of lives and millions off money besides the enormous destruction of lives and property anc cost entailed upon other people tribes and nations have been deci mated some exterminated if not itI actual warfare as a result of Eng 1 rule The peace workr has been almost continuously dis turbed its commerce and progress hampered its sense of justice shocked and its humane instinct horrified during all the long reign of Queen Victoriasince 1837 Though all done in the name of civilization and liberty it has reallyf retarded 0 the one and destroyed the other as far as possible A brief resume of Englands wars since 1837 and reflection on their imme diate and subsequent results fully demonstrate this truth Wherever English arms have triumphed na tional and individual liberty havee been crushed by extermination ilf necessary and all foreign commercee excludedthe right to live and prosper being denied to all save the Englishexcept where powerful11 nations have forced a relaxation of Englands arbitrary and selfish regimeEnglands wars during Queen Victorias reign of peace 1837 to 1899 cover a period of thirtysix of the sixtytwo years and have cost England for actual war expendii tures 1395000000 and 123000 soldiers killed in action besides the thousands who died of wounds and disease and those crippled and dis abled The losses of property to individuals and the nation as a whole are beyond estimate The wars of England during Queen Victorias peaceful reign were 18371838Rebelliou in Canada 18401842 Chinese opium war iMO Egyptian ports bombarded 1848 First Afghan war 1848Stade war 1843 Mahratta wa- rX846Punt Sikh war r IMSSecond Sikh war l11i61Xdir war 1801 Burmese ar- 18MIMCrimean war 185M867 War with Persia 18581S1Indianmutiay18561860Second war 1MiMaori war- 186aAahatttee expedition o ISfl71e1Abyetintan war 1873=Aahaniee wa- r18781819ecoaa Afghan war 1879Zu1uwar 1880PiretTTU atllner 1S82 Sohdan irari f- Igg5 Burmah annexed J 896 11898 Kitchener in the Soudan 189 Secoud Trauevaat war hen England wut war when Queen Victoria was crowned hasi been at war almost continuously is at war in various parts of Africa now with war clouds hovering elsewhere and the only certainl legacy she will leave to her belovedI is empire is war and causes leading to war after she closes her long reign Queen Victorias peaceful reign doe npt seem to mean that peace for which men yearn and pray for which lightens the burdens eases tasks makes smooth the path of life blesses and prospers nation tends to that peace eternal whet lifes journey is over LABOR TRUTHS IWilliam D Mahon President of International Association of Stree Railway Employes in his testimony before the Industrial Commission denied that the street car associa tion in their strike in Cleveland was responsible for or san tioned the use of dynamite resorts to vioI lence or the boycotting of business men for Tiding on the cars Some of the newspapers affect surprise at Mr Mahons statement and intiI mate that he was prompted more b desire to shield his organization that regard for the truthan unjust iui putation To those familiar wits the laws purposes and methods of legimate labor organizations Mr Mahons statement is accepted LS true and causes no surprise as nc such organization approves or wil 1 tolerate lawlessness destruction of property or violence in any sense InGleyelandfasiuhBcoerlyntht violations of law assaulting of persons and damage to property were not approved by organized labor though done in its name by de votees fanatics and the rabble This element ignored by legitimate labor organizations is made up principal1 ly of the lower class of foreigners imported under contract and controlled by agitators driven from other countries Without invitation or suggestion they take advantage of times of excitement to put into practice their theories of righting wrongs They abuse American liberty but neither understand or respect American justice law or right They are generally aliens and infidels as well acknowledging neither allegiance oi obedience to government or God They have their own peculiar or ganizations teach their princi pIes and occasionally as in Cleveland and Brooklyn putinto practice their methods of reforming the human raceall of which are repudi ated and condemned by American organized labor The results of the Industrial Commission investigation- will redound to the benefit of American i employers and workmen and their organizations in that it disprove many false notions and charges place the responsibility for oppression on the one hand and lawlessness on the other put the honest employer andlegitimate labor organization in their true that they may the better understand each other and tend to less of friction and discord and more of ceof and harmony in their affairs in this country in the future The mean partisanistu as well as inconsistency of the abuse of Judge Toney for his decisions against the assumptions of the Goebel law mamreited by the universal de cisions all adverse to the Goebel 11 claims by Judge Hodge ia Newport Judge Tanrm in Coviugtou Judge Tones in the Nuboa county case at Gktfow Judge Brown in Znox county and the Judges in JohnsonL Lewis Mercer and Pulaski coun ties Newly all of these Judge are Democrat and sevens of than were earnest and active supporter of Goebel for Governor Of thes decisions the inaligners of Judge Toney have nothing to say The writ of prohibition by the Court of Appeals restraining Judge Tone from proceeding is merely temporary granted on petition and cat not be cited as law until heard and decided next week To charge Judges in Kentucky with partisat bias is deciding the law may please the smallfry politicians and mislead the ignorant But is not believed by intelligent persons not even the editors who write them The news from the Boer war iis meager as the English cemor has cut off all communication Of course the Government in London kept informed but only what iiit permits to the public is given out and this is generally ten days old and amounts to nothing As the English reinforcements of 30000 to 50000 men have arrived in Southl Africa and no English victories are reported but additional troops are called for from England Canada Australia and India it is fair to assume that the Boers are still masters of the situation At last reports they were still advancing southward into the Province of Cap J Town with the English retiring be fore them It looks very much as if the entire population of South Africa English excepted are join ing the Boers in revolt againstt British rule IThe milk in the cocoanut of the attempt to have the election iin Louisville declared null and void iis not stated in tile motion but iiis- I known If the move succeeds the City Council Park Commissioner and School Board will hold over till a special election can be held iin which the schemers expect to have things their way and thus keep their grip on city patronage and jobs Of course this would in volve city affairs in confusion and cause endless litigation but the spoilsmen would reap the benefit fill the same 3 SFf Jr The CourierJournal r and Timesi having to crawfish in its slander against the business men and At torneys Baskin Helm and others now blame it all on John Whallen Must be nearing the end of thei 1rope But then if John Whalle is to blame for all the troubles of the Goebel people in the past few weeks he is big enough for all of them to throw mud atand he cat stand it icThe natives of the island of New Guinea off the coast of Australia have revolted against their British rulers burned eleven villages and slaughtered the inhabitants Ai England has her hands full in South Africa and must retain a large army in India to hold down the restive natives the savages of New Guine are likely to have their way fo awhile In the death of Vice President Garret A Hobart the country loses an honored public servant univer sally respected by all parties His life is a record of integrity and faithfulness in every sphere as ar individual in his family and social relations in his dealings as a busi illness man and in every position ol public trust coqfided to him orWe want everybody to send us items of news Members of the congregations societies and clubs Itnow that the social season is on are invited to send us items of events occurring or intended society notes themselves or friends and anything regarding affairs in their lo calities just so it is newsy It would prove mighty interesting reading if the list were published of those 242 reputable citizens who served and are lobe paid 450 each reu special police on election day Not a fie of them are well known to the regular police and ictrsoC courtsWe appreciate and re turn thanks for the kindly expres suns of sympathy from the Standard Midland Review and the other contemporaries in the afflic Lions that have befallen the pub iMber of the Kentucky Irish AmenrI II Thomas M Kelly was among the Lea ingtonians visiting here this week J L Hood was among the Ioutsvilla registered at West Baden this week JMr P Maguire has returned to Mt Sterling after a brief visit in this city Prank Sean the well known brewer has retured from a brief visit to West Baden Springs v f J Robert L Fisher ijas postponed bisII hunting trip to Bowling Green until after the busy season s Miss Anita Berry Has returned to ber home in Lagrange after visiting with l Miss Mary Tyler Miss Ruby Riley oL BroQks Station was this week the guest of her siste Mrs R IL Field i Miss Nettie Kelly will leave next month for the East where she will spend the holidays with relatives 1Miss Blanche McCann arrived from Missouri Thursday upon a visit to her grandmother in Jeffersonville Mr and Mrs W J Mahoney of Knoxville arc the guests of Mrs William Dorsey Crest nt Hill Mr and Mrs T F Daughertyiof- t Athertonville arrived here Tuesday Ito spend a few days with friends Miss Marion Tracy of Oswego will arrive Tuesday and spend some time with Miss Margaret Weissinger Louis Carraro is expected home toda from West Baden Springs where be bas been spending the past two weeks Mrs Mariana L More nee Lynch of Howard Ky is here visiting her relatives and will stay till after the holiday The musicale given in Jeffersonvill Wednesdayafternoon by the Sisters of Providence was the most delightful affair yet given P A Hammel and T Peake two wet known young men of the West End who have been sick for some time are now reportedwell 4 7 Mrs Eliza yimfegan of SfauisoH vasr this week the giiostof her son Keeper Dan FinneganofitheiIndianaRefQrma tory Jel r IiVl1Ieif J J John Doolan is now able to be out again after several nays illness Jobn Toomey acted as substitute for him iin making social calls down town Miss Irene I ogaq is confined to ber home on account of a severe attack of neuralgia Her friends are missing her pleasant smile in the meantime The members of the Norwood Club will attend the Mackin Council performance in large numbers They represent quit a fashionabls set in tie East End James Duffy who has been spending some time in the South for the benefits hid health returned to the city last week his condition being greatly improved The Cromwell Clijb a popular social society of the West End will be largely represented the Mackin Council bene fit at the Bijou Theater Wednesday even- Ing r John ONeill leftist Tuesday night 01 a weeks visit to Birmingham Ala During his stay thercvhe will be the guest of nis relatives Mr and Mrs T M Sulli vanNo better proof of Joe Careys popu larity with the fair sex is needed than the great demand from his lady friends Cor copies of the photograph which be bad taken lately John E Brown ute wellknown grocer is still confined to tits home at Twelftl and Zane streets suffering from a seven attack of rheumatism His friends hop for his speel1yrccovery Mackin Council has no better frieuc among the ladies than Miss Bee Mullar key the members of which will give bean enthusiastic reception when she make bet1 debut in Called Away Wednesday eveningI Miss Sadie Corcoram is now able to be out again after being confined to he home for several days owing to an acci dent she having slipped and fell while alighting from a car near her home or Logan sfreet The marriage of Michael ONeill tot the past ten years with the Louisville Nashville railroad and Mice Manic Shannon a charming and attnciiv young lady residiag on Main street will be solemnize next Wednesday Mackin Council entertained its friend at euchre in its oM clubhouse for the last time Friday night when the rooms were taxed to their vitmest capacity to accommodate those present The prizes were captured by Miss Lijt and John Harlow Min Irene Goldttock + who will take the leading putt taC81Jed Away Wednesday evening it nine to wake a thhttSbela bewjtffuUnd highly Moom plbbed young laftf bating how ot Mend in Loaiirilleiociety of whjch abe it a prominent meirper ojoho T Chawk Iwsll known yoyn I man of Limerick ft8 Monday j for Kse faa City to atfct a poriHoni af as sistant representative of the Kentucky Wagon Works Company at that plat John will be greatly missed by his many friends who will nevertheless be glad to hear of his good fortune One of the most delightful euchre parties of the season was held in honor of Miss Theresa Sandford at the residence of her parents 1434 West Madison street Handsome prizes were won by Miss Susie Lintner and Fred Plant Miss Thereia Kast and Emil Zeller and Miss Ruby Shaw and George Gatho A merry party consisting of Mr and Mrs George Jarvis Mr and Mrs Obe schon Mr and Mrs Jos Cunningham Mrs Cy Thenault and Miss Coomes met at the elegant home of Mr and Mrs R E Fleming on the evening of the 15th to give royal welcome to the meteors that never came However all expressed themselves willing to wait anotheryear fso pleasantly spent were the evening andl early morn hours There is no more charming hostess iiin the city than Mrs R E Fleming of 512 i West Oak street Genial hanpsome and witty the rosy hours on golden wingsI flyonly too quickly away A more courteous gentleman or a truer facet I than Mr Robert Fleming doe not swear by the L and N railroad We do notlll know at whose home a more pleasantt time can be spent titan at the house off these clever people The marriage of Miss Mollie Cahill t Mr Frank Breen was solemnized the Cathedral of Assumption on Wertnesd morning November 22 by the Rev Rather Schuman Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a trip Eas and on their return will go to housekeeping Mr Breen is Superintendei of the Northern Lake Ice Company andI his bride is the lovely daughter of Mr Mary Cahill of 921 Fifth street Miss Nannie Sheehey the lovely an accomplished daughterof the late Thomi- Sheehey of West Oak street and Thomas Holden will be united in marriage at the Dominican church Tuesday Rev Father Logan performing the ceremony The groom was formerly a resident of this city but now lives at Muncie Ind where he holds a responsible position Iin the glass works After the ceremon they will leave for the lively gas belt city where they will begin life together in a cosy and elegant home Tim Scanlan the wellknown railwa enginw and Miss Mary Mohahau the lovely daughter of Mrs Catherine Mow ban Payne street will be united iin marriage at SK Bfigids+ church Rev Rather Connolly tying the nuptial knot Upon the conclusion of the ceremony tbe happy pair will be tendered a weddin breakfast at the home of the brides mother after which they will leave on a bridal tour of the Northwest They wi11 make their future home in New Orleans where Mr Scanlan has resided for some years past The happy event will talce place next Monday morning with nuptial mass APPEALS FOR IRELAND Quite a number of Irishmen this week received circulars from Patrick Ford of the Irish World asking the friends oI Ireland in America to contribute to belp the United Irish League in the nobl work it is now carrying on to abolish landlordism in that country and restore the land of Ireland to her people KILLARNEY The large hall of the Antient Concer rooms Dublin was crowded Tuesday 1the auction sale of the Muckross estate which includes the Lakes of Killarney The bidding started at 170000 but the price soon jumped to 225000 Then the bidding slacked but crawled up slowly till it leached 255000 when the sale was adjourned Three Dublin solicitors were practically the only bidders It was announced that private tenders for the estate would not be considered WHITESONS S Eo Cor Fourth and Market CLOTHING ONLY For Men Do sad Ctlldrea Three Big Floors Nothiag But Clothing You cant equal these Mens Suit values elsewhere fiO Doublebreasted and single breasted Sack Coats from allwool Cheviots and a variety of other seasonable fabrics substantially lllllled artistically cut Others will ask you 110 for these suits 10OO Cheviot Suitsplain colorings stripes and Oxford mixtures that aresopopular and attractive sin gle and double breasted Vests trous ers shapely of course Others will ask you 15 You Cant Equal These Mens Tel Coat Values Anywhere 750 For a Topcoat that would be selling at a legitimate price at 10 Broad across the shoulders full in the back fine Italian lining Any size 1000 IJor a Topcoat that would tiring 15 away troth here A smart watty coat with style written in Its every line Lined all through with neat warm and durable linIng Suits for boys material Striped Worsteds and CaMimeres Scotch Plaid Black and Blue Cheviots SiM 8iol6 2 totOMiddy Suits for children Coats with or without Silk Pacing or Velvet Collar Vfloubleor single breated of the saute material M Coat or fancy patterns Sizes 8to82lS- OO8 Overcoats and Reefers forChildren Born and Young Men 2 to f20- A Football r Wafk tasters with every CWMf S U w OaraaL l How Are Your Teeth IIIfthey needattention there is no better place to fixed than at t- heLouisvilleI I Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH STI Right Next to Avenue Theater prices are the lowest work the best and I ITheir They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors G44 FOURTH ST III IIII I 1 i IIIIIIII III IItl I II1fII1 It GranW Smiths Sons B Funeral Directors EmbalmersIg I 11MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i IsII- IS TELEPHONE 810 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIrJ IIIIIIIIIII1tIl I IIII I IIIIIIII IIIII IIIII IE 1 1E I MllI000ll 6nt6oriiii l= DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFII= ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GR- ANITEflonumentslia Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara 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Prry identJames McGlll Vice President IW SUyenZ WXermgHentUMsyPinandafSecretary Treasurer William A Pool SergeJmt at Ana Nelson Green Chairman Board of Dtaaetoi Walter MYMMC IRELAND a Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Justice Johnson will preside at the Waterford Winter Assizes which open December 1 The Great Southern Western railway is contemplating the erection of stations for the loading of live stock at Athlone Templemore and Tullow John Sheehans remains were interred in Glosnevin cemetery November 9 His death was unexpected and caused inex pressible grief to his family and friends Mrs John Watson who met with an accident by which her arm was broken while out with the Meath Hounds is now progressing favorably under the care of Surgeon Sullivan of Navan The marriage of Edward Crossen of Londonderry and Kitty Graham of Drogheda eldest daughter of James Gra ham was solemnized recently by Rev Father Breagy of Drogheda The Earl of Drogheda who returned from Bath recently is entertaining a large party at Moore abbey Monaster evan for his annual shoot It includes Lords Monck and Massey and Percy La Touche Wednesday November 8 the remains of the late Charles Cason of Dublin were interred in the family burial ground Mount Jerome cemetery The funeral was an exceedingly large and representa tive one It is stated that legal objectionis about to be lodged to the proceedings at the Limerick Borough Council relative to the procedure adopted at the passing oi the resolution in favor of the introduction of the electric tramway scheme into the cityAt the last meetingof the Sligo County Council H Brennan proposed that the council adopt a resolution to erect on the County Courthouse the national flag of Ireland and that it be kept there B Harte seconded the motion The resolu tion was adopted amidst applause- A twelvefoot memorial fountain to the memory of the late Edward OGrady who for nearly thirty years was surgeon to the Mercers Hospitel Dublin has been placed in Merrion Square As well as being an ornament it will in future be a great boon to the children and others frequenting this popular resort At Ballinalee Petty Sessions County Longford William McGrath and Robert Thomson both of Ballinalee were prose cuted at the instance of the county repre sentative of the Irish Game Protection Association for having caught with two dogs on the lands of Cunygrane owned by James Wilson The defendants plead ed guilty and were fined An interesting and imposing ceremony of ordination took place in St Peters College Wexford when two students of the college were ordained to thepriest hoodby the Most RVPDP BfoWhef LJsftf Bishop of Ferns The young priests are the Rev John Kennedy a native of New Ross and the Rev Alden McCormack a native of Ballymitty County Wexford Father McCormack has been appointed chaplain to the Convent of Good Shep RossI of the limited mail from Belfast in Dublin on Friday it was report ed that one of the postoffice officials had fallen from the train when it was passing near Tanderagee and was killed almost instantaneously The victim whose name was William Hackett and who lived at the North Strand was employed as mail guard on the train The dead body was found in the permanent way shortly after his disappearance from the van was no ticed Deceased leaves a wife and four childrenAt monthly meeting of the Letter kenny Urban District Council Francis Ward handed in the following notice of motion That as the press reports of our proceedings by local correspondents are subject to the control and supervision of our Town Clerk Mri Larkin and of our Chairman and are unfair and untruthful on most important matters whereby the electors and the public are deceived be it therefore ordered that our advertisements be only given to such of the Deny papers as send a reporter to our meetings- A meeting of the Galway County Coun cil was held on Tuesday Col Nolan presiding Mr Glynn solicitor drew the attention of the County Council to the action of the Loughrea District Council in refusing to put an order of the County Council into execution in reference to the employment of a solicitor to oppose malicious injury claims heard at the Quarter Sessions The result of the Dis trict Council in refusing to put the order of the County Council into execution was that most of the cases went by default At the last meeting of the Sligo County Council a letter was received from the police authorities again reminding the Council that lI8S 11s was due for the cost of police drafted into Sligo in connection with the street preaching disturbances It was stated that if this money was not paid within a fortnight the amount would be deducted from the sum payable to the county from the local taxatloaacconat1heChalrmanTheyare stop our allowances Payment was re fusedOn Tuesday night a rather sad accident occurred at Upper Ligouiel a suburb of Belfast1 resulting in the death of a man named Taylor residing at Ballygoaiartin It appears deceasedwas accompanying a tarsier named Mcllwalnei to his residence BaUyutoagj in the letters cart When about two mihe from Ligonlel andfmost at a place where thee ditxhsare- Many level with the road the hone WM driven too clote to the roadside and the wheel sipped over the ditch and upvei causinghlsand small family to mourn the sad end At the meeting of the Dungarvan Board oPCnardiana H OShea presiding a letter WM read from the Local Govern 0 meat Board stating that they had instructed their inspector Lynch Staunton to hold an inquiry on oath as to the charge of drunkenness preferred by the porter against the mister The clerk reported that the masters books were not I brought to his office ind the next meet ing would be finance The books were not written up and it would be a serious thing if cheques couljl not be passed on that day A lengthened discussion on the matter took place when it was unanimously resolved that the master be called upon to resign by that day week Sir Thomas Deane died quite suddenly at his office in Dublin on November 8 The deceased was the principal partner in the firm of Sir Thomas Deane Son the wellknown architects He was born in Dundanion County Cork on June 15 1828 and was consequently a little over seventyone yearsofage He was in the very first rank of his profession and was architect for several magnificent public buildings Sir Thomas Deane was associated in an architectural capacity in the restoring of Christ church cathedral and occupied afterward tile position of archi tect to the cathedral authorities Among many other positions he held with great honor to himself might be mentioned those of Curator of the national mona ments of Ireland and ancient monuments under Sir John Lubbqcks act and lecturer in architecture tohe Science and Art Department of Dublin The Marquis of Zetland when Lord Lieutenant of Ire land knighted the deceased on the occa sion of the public cetemony ofopening the Science and Art Museum and Nation al Library of Ireland Buildings for which the late Sir Thomas ieane assisted by his son was the architect John Porter Coroner of Omagh held an inquest in the townland of Corra hackin near Tintora touching the death of a young man named Miahael McCaff reyalias Toner Prom the evidence of several witnesses it appeared that the young man left home to go to Dromore on his way thither he was joined by a middleaged man named Connolly a neighbor who remained in his company the greater part of tie day While in Dromore they had several treats andre turned home pretty late in the evening considerably the worse for drink On ar riving at Connollys house on their way home the latter invited McCaffrey into the house Both men went in and there continued talking for several hours Dur ing this time a further quantity of drink which they had brought from Dromore was consumed and Connolly retiring to rest in a more or less1 unconscious state left his unfortunate visitor to shift for himself The latter as suggested by Connolly must have fallen into the fire during the night anlli being unable to get up was suffocated After hearing the evidence of Dr Hamilton the jury returned a verdict of death from misad venture EUCHRE AND DANCE N brtitlonbYii i+ g ThursdayNIghtu The Young f JJenSi Division of the Ancient order of Hibernians will celebrate the third anniversary of its organization with a euchre party add dance at Hibernian Hall 331 West Market street Thanksgiving night A large number of invitations have been issued and they ex pect a large turnout of their friends The committee having charge of this years celebration is composed of Will McCarthy John Curran John Yenner George Daniels and Lawrence Mackey all of whom are working hard to make this the most successful of the entertain ments given by the division A meeting of the division has been called for Sun day afternoon when committees on euchre prizes and dancing programme will be announced and other important business transacted t Heretofore the Young Mens Division has given only complimentary invitation dances and reception and the euchre party and dance is given at this time for the purpose of increasing the fund that has been drawn frptnfpr those occasions They also cordially invite those who at tend the play for the benefit of the Aquinas Union at the Bijou Theater to participate in thedancing after the per formance The dancing hall is one of the finest in the city and the occasion will be an enjoyable one AN IRISH FAIR Lady Aberdeen Comes Over and Arranges for One In New York With the Countessuf Aberdeen who tailed for England on fae Campania the Irish Industries Association has become fact Lady Aberdeen came to New York with Mrs Peter Wkit to make arrange ments for an Irish fak to be held at the WaldorfAstor next luring under the auspices of her organization This association was formed in 1886 tp boom the manufactures of Ireland One of Lady Aberdeens projects has been to open de pots for the sale of wares made in Ireland aid Mrs Peter White 15 oyin charge of the depots in Chicago If Lady Aberdeel1J11er promise there will be an influx iJft New York City next year of Peers and Peeresses Prominent i among the prop4redd managers are the Countess ofCadoganPresidentof the association Lady AndisyIlullerwife often Sir RedversBullier Lady Betty and Miss Balfour the Prime MInlster of Eng land the Counts off Carnarvon the Duchess of Murlborouflli the Countess of Kenmare theMarchiMHMtof L ndonder ry the VlcoHatc deNesci Lady Inchi quip the LidKa of Dublin the WoleleyWhilei the fair W111 he Bute edbylJfie Ameri can delegates to the last International Womens Congress K The Knights of Labor denounce the oupetialwUc policy of Hie President o j t HIBERNIANS What They Have Beeii Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Col Joe Taylor was the happiest Knight at the ball- Division 1 of Duluth initiated a large number last Sunday Another division is in process of organization in Minneapolis William Broderick was initiated into Division 2 Thursday night The services of Thomas Cleary are highly appreciated by the Hibernian KnightsThe party given by the Daughters of Erin of St Paul was largely attendedDont forget the anniversary celebra tion of the Young Mens Division Thurs day night There was a splendid attendance of visitors at the meeting of Division 2 Thursday evening The Irish Standard says Division 7 of Minneapolis is contemplating theorgan ization of an orchestra There will be a special meelingof Dlvi sion 6 Sunday afternoon Every mem ber is urged to be present The Brian Born Guards of Division 24 of Boston will hold their annual ball in Colonial Hall December 7 Michael Sheehan received a very cordial reception at the meeting of the Hi bernians Thursday evening Col Fords jaunting car created a lively sensation Thursday night Wm Broderick enjoyed the first ride Cretin Hall was packed last Friday evening the occasion being the open meeting of Division 3 of St Paul Division 1 of St Paul now has 125 members in good standing and several initiations take place at each meeting The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 2 of Chicago entertained large number of friends at their recent reception and card partyPresident Will Meehan and Secretary Mooney rushed the business of Division 2 Thursday so that all could attend the bazarThe Hibernian Knights of Providence have received new sabers which the members are proudly showing to their friendsJohn J McGuire and H W Mulvey were initiated into Division 4 Wednesday I evening They were given a hearty greetingP I ehem distinguished himself on the Reception Committee by his cour teous attention to both ladies and gentle men Monday evening Ladies Auxiliary 11 will take a promi nent part in tue twentieth annual ban to be given December 7 by Division 9 in Union Park Hall Boston Tim J Sullivans imposing stature a1 JJthcij than did his estimable wife The fair of Division 2 of Providence fully realized the successful hopes of the committee of arrangaments and a neat sum was added to the treasury Joe McCarthy and Pete Linskey were the right men in the right place at the Knights ball They saw to it that the refreshments were served in a boun teous manner The committee framing the new bylaws for the government of the County Board and divisions will soon submit the the result of their labors to the State officers for their apprcval Division 19 of Boston limited the sale of tickets to one thousand for its ball last Thursday evening They were dis posed of over a week ago and many were disappointed in not being able to secure admissionTwo were initiated and five applications for membership received by the Ladies Auxiliary of Meriden Con last week Their entertainment and dance at the town Hall was a decided social success The Ancient Order of Hibernians of St Paul celebrated the anniversary of the Manchester martyrsAllen Larkin and OBrien Thursday evening at Cretin Hall An elaborate programme appro priate to the occasion was presented including some of the best IrishAmer ican speakers of the city Lawrence Mackey Thomas Dolan and Nic Sheridan will meet at Hibernian Hall Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock to consider the consolidation plan recently proposed They have a knotty a problem before them but their recommendations will carry great weight as they will bring both experience and good judgment to bear on the question The members of Division 1 of Ben wood W Va have organized a company of Hibernian Knights Bernard Ward is Captain Fred Gerahthy First Lieuten ant and Vincent Kearna Second Lieutenant Commisions for the officers have been applied for and a committee on uniform has been appointed The com pany will drill under the instruction of Capt Ward The twentieth anniversary Division 1 of Minneapolis was celebrated at Labor Temple last week the spacious hall being crowded to its utmost capacity by mem bers from the various division aJMitkeir friends together with their ladies A splendid programme lied been arranged for the occasion at the close of which a dance followed which lasted until after midnight President Morgan presided during literary exercises and at the outset introduced Attorney William H- DOaabue1to the audience who spoke at length on the A 0HM an laniaatlol1 and the good which it has and is accom pushing for the Irish people throughout the land This Is the pioneer division of Minnesotanr The Election Cpmhrissioners ofjcffer son county granted certificates to the Republicans There was trouble prop 1 THE 0 KENTUCKYHJRISH upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Kentucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News r Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed c where to make their Saturday purchases r ya S Qlls will result in great benefit to qiir 1ariver fs WllO5 k that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL i LABOR UNION4An- d the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville Th6 SubgGriDtlon Pr166 + IS ONLY 1PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to iissue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every wordr SUBSCRIBE NO- WAdvertisers J T Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in t this paper will be productive of the befit results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens r X Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KENTUGKYJJ l IRISHH AMERICANVm GREENSTREETre nI jL I T rt I L NTUOKY x xa A RJOAN o TEMPLE THEATER- W II H MEPFERT MANAGER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN me OGtoroon Matinee daily at 215 Night at 816 Popular Prices lOc ISc 25c 35c and COc No higher BUCKINGHAMFinest VuiitTllle Theatre In America Urrt COMMENCING NOV OftTlCCIV SUNDAY MATINEE jZO Matinees Bnnd y Monday Wednesday Satnrdaf MATT J FLYNNS Big Sensation Double Show 40 PEOPLE 40 Special Thankstfvlsg Mall ee November 30 a TIJII WATHfN mICE CREAMM FACTORY lC CRUMmy RNDBftKmy 629 Eighth St and Highland and Baxter Avenues Vanilla and Lemon per gala 65c Fruits and Chocolates per gal 75c Coffee and Banana per gal 7oc Almond and Macaroon per gal r105savepisque and Tuttifnitti filOO to 12 Bricks and Euchre 100 Sherbets and Ices 65c Sweet Cream oOc f All kinds of Fine Cakes made and or namented to order Candy Pulling- served I t on short notice x iliaMilK ftND CHUMJ J A specialty It is the purest and best Telephones 2144 and 2588 I 1 J fiirSpecial rales to hotels dealers andI large ordersII S9S3S9SSS9SSS9SSSSS9S3II x Walsh the Tailor I I I 232 FOURTH AYE I I I ExamineComplete i i Lin- eFall i l l c 4 Suiting l 2 JOHN PKELLY SON DEALERS IN Groceries Vegetablesw Fresh Meats Produce Seventeenth and Bank Streets Specialattention given to family orders and goods delivered to all parts of the cityMY SPECIALTY IS FINE WIIISKY JIM MOORES U PLACE 1621 Portland Ave Cheap Rates ON ACCOUNT OF i THANKSGIVINGG N G DAYr VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE On November 29th and 30th the popu lar Big Four Route will sell tickets be- tflHllall stations within a distance of J150 talks from starting point at a rate of ONE AND ONETHIRD FARE J FOR THE ROUND TRIP Tickets will be Good for Return to and Including December 1 1899 oa particularstoon as Agent Big Fonr Route or address the r andctcignea 5 JOATES General Agent t1 LOUISVILLE KY Aunt j LYNCH W P DEPPS Ota P ftT Ait A G P L- CINCINNATI A Q 0ENTKAL LABOR UNION 4yDe1gte to American Fad r tlpn of Labor Will ae Chosen Tomorrow l c Th U1be an Interest lug and Jm porUftt meetiJoofthe Central Union tomorrow afternoon on rH occasion a tieleRateta the American P eration ot Labors which meals jn Detroit next mouth wilt be ehoaen and other important business will be transacted Walter M Young has been promiaeo l mentUneed as a candidate for the of repraeutin the Central Labor hmlarII et the metroS in Detroit FRANKFORT Happy Union of William 11tt t dishing niul Katlirynp Colling Two Prominent IrlshAinori I cans Elected on tho Dom ocratic Ticket Death of the lIon Evan Settle Cast a Gloom Over the Capital City I l PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT Ky Nov 24One of the prettiest weddings that the writer ever witnessed occurred at the Church ofII the Good Shepherd in this city last Wednesday morning The happy young couple were Miss Kathryne Collins of this city and William L Gushing ofI Louisville Just as the sound of the brit tolling the Angelus died away and the I grey streaks of dawn slowly illuminated I the eastern sky indicating that another day was at hand the bridal party entered the church and slowly advanced up the aisle to the air of Mendelssohns Wedding I March At the foot of the altar they were met by the Rev T S Major the pastor and the solemn and impres marriage service of the Catholic hurcU was read Then followed aI nuptial mass with Father Major as celebrant The bride who is one of Frank forts sweetest and prettiest young girls was tastefully attired in a neatfitting clothswith hat to match and carried American Beauty roses Miss Mary Coleman the maidof honor was also attired in a be coming dress of blue and carried La France roses The groom and his best man his brother James were attired in black and their friends say that they never looked handsomer Both the bride and maid of honor looked bewitchingly beautiful and exceedingly happy Immediately after the ceremony the happy young couple were driven to the home of the brides father where they were short ly joined by a few friends of the family among which the writer was lucky to be numbered where an elegant wedding breakfast was served After receiving congratulations from all their friends the happy couple were driven to the depot LoulsllIetheirira to housekeeping in a beautifuljttfc cottage on Story avenue AU heir friendsI in the Capital Cty loin the writer in tslttalr31t lid lug a long and prosperbuslife of ifappf ness and joy John Collins of Owen county attendsl the CollinsCushing wedding last Wednes dayCol M J Fox of Lexington Secretary of the Goebel Club of that city spent a few days of last week in this city on po litical business The genial Colonel iis an ardent admirer of Senator Goebel James Cushing late of this city but who for the past seven months has resided in Louisville has secured a transfer to Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians of Louisville and will on next week become a member of the pioneer division of the Kentucky metropolis There will be a meeting of Division 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians of this city at St AlysSous Academy Sunday morning at 9 oclock Every member is earnestly requested to be present After the meeting there will be a meeting of the County Board by order of County President t Hogan All officers are earnestly requested to be present Lambert Council of the Young Men Institute will give another delightful euchre and dance at their hall on Thurs day evening November 30 It is a fore gone conclusion that every one who at tends will spend a most enjoyable even ingLast Monday evening several members of Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians entertained William L Gushing of Louisville at supper at the Capital Cafe All the delicacies of the season were served and a very pleasant and en joyable evening spent talking over old timesrolr Cushingwas a charter mem ber of Division 1 of this city but on his removal to Louisville last April he se cured a transfer to Division 1 of that city and has since been a member of this pio neer division of Louisville He was one of the most enterprising members of the local division and all regretted to se him go- James A Brislau and James Heeney are two of Frankforts leading Irish Aiveri cans The former is assistant cashier of the Farmers Bank of Kentucky in this city and on November 7 was elected School Trustee in the Secondward while the latter is a prominent grocer of the First ward and was elected for a sec ondtet1Uas Councilman Both are Democrats The forty hours devotion which took place at the Church of the Good Shepherd last week proved a grand success i point of communicants and attendance at all the services The pastor was isledby Father J J ONeill of Lexington Father J J Fitzgerald of Selbyville ValleyDivkbnJSWH contemplate giving several dalleM clttring the wintsr tiJaTbe in win yLabsCois1pm1 WtWk by talc sodden death wUlrl- cask gloom over the Capital City where was well and d anflymany sterling qualities Iiai a recpguUed fact that Democruc a brilliant orator and rtatewna the people of the Seventh district a fear i tress pod untiring champion of their com mon cause His successor will be elected at a special election to be held December I 18 and at the present writing exConsul to Samoa James II Mulligan of Lexington looks an easy winner D J M DECIDED SUCCESS Irish Youth and Beauty En tortalnedby Hibernian Knights The reception and ball under the nu spices of the Hibernian Knights at newI Liedcrkranz Hall Monday night was the most prounced social success of the sea son in Hibernian circles the youth and beauty of the city being present in large numbers The ballroom presented a lovely scene when Scallys orchestra beI gan the grand march which was led by General Manager Joe Taylor and Miss Mamie ONeill and participated in by John Dolan and Agnes OBrien Con OLeary and Miss Miller Tim J Sullivan and wife Tom Higgins and Julia Quirk Terence McHugh and Mary Crawford Thomas Cleary and wife Edward Moran and sister Charles Dolan and Julia Haw kins Will Purcell and Mamie Connor Michael OBrien and Sallie Dolan James Eoyle and Mary White Martin McNally and Agnes Grimes Tom Higgins and Maggie Joyce Barney Gafftiey and Ella Curran Tom Keenan and wife Tom Cody and wife Thomas Clare and wife Martin Dorsey and Sarah Cunningham Martin Higgins and Bridget Sheehan Bob Mitchell and wife Michael Moran and sister James Cushing and None Newman Patrick Francis and Maynte Newman Will Gcssmer and Lena Bur hardt James Curran and Mary Deven ney Martin Sheehan and wile and many othersOne of the pleasing features of the evening was the lancing of an od time Irish breakdown participated in by Mrs Richard Murphy and Thomas Cleary Miss Mary Devenney and James Curran and Miss Bridget Sheehan and Martin Higgins The artistic execution of the pretty dance was quite a revelation to the younger set and a reminder to the older people of happy bygone days Much regret was expressed at the absence of Capt Joe Breen who was con fined to his home by illness Lieuts Con Hallihnii aud Walter and Music Director Langan and his assistants left nothing undone that could add to the enjoyment of the evening Among others present were County President John Murphy and Secretary John Grogan Denny Coleman Mike Scanlan William Miller Will Johnson James Minogue James Tracy and repre sentatives of a number of IrishAmerican society clubs At a late hour the happy throng dispersed hoping for another wtittirg vnth the Knights in the near future i CARPENTERS y i r YFWill Conifer With Master Bifil ders and Adjust All Differences Conferences of great importance to the building trades of Louisville will be held I next month between representatives ofr the Builders Exchange and the Journey men Carpenters Unions of this city when it js expected the wage scale pud hours of labor to prevail next year us well as all other matters upon which there may be any difference of opinion will be amicably adjusted With this end in view the two unionsI of carpenters have taken steps to secure the presence here of A C Cattermulll early in December He is a member of the National Executive Council and while in this city last summer made a most favorable impression on bolls employers and employes A request has been forwarded the national body asking that he be sent here in Decembers Business Agent Charles Dietz says the outlook for next season is better than for several years past New members are being initiated into the unions every Saturday and Monday night and hopes are entertained that every competent journeyman carpenter in Louisville will1 be enrolled before next years agreement goes into effect The work of organizing unions in New Albany and Jeffersonville inauguratedd but recently by the representative of the national body will be carried out by Charles Dietz of this city who will soon hold public meetings in both those cities The relations of the Builders Ex change and the unions have never been so friendly as at present- TEMPGBTHEATER 40 thee theatrical season will be presented by the Meffert Stock Company at the Temple Theater next week when another great production will be given for the first time at popular prices The play of jTlJe Octoroon is one of the moat remarkable American melodramas ever written It presents the race problem in a manner that is most convincing and at the same time entertaining There is an abund ance of heart interest and many a hearty laugh There Iis also an atmosphere ofI Louisiana life that has never been storyathough complicated U easily understood Zoe is beloved by the son of Judge Pey ton her natural1 father who ia ignorantI of her parentage There is a OVerseer of the plaatatioqand a clever Yankee froai New Endwho circum vent him One of the nwat interesting clieracten ju the play U An Indian on A11tbte local color of the South will be found iin tbia play and the many thrilling ailua lion will be faithfully represented With scearrythhattendance of the year Cot Meffert say t the costumes of the locality and period will be correctly reproduced and the Ilbndiatingniahed former pro10 1 Missy seat MACe19 OHAFF i MtR4 1 RAA RMt RiM ARReN i The beautiful ant actress Anna Fuehring now in New York City thinks that voice cultureshpuld be practiced by players and teacher as well as by opera singers Correct itcnthlng and careful articulation arc as necessary to us all as to singers and public speakers r Temples Leonids took refuge behind the clouds lust weep and refused positive ly to respond to an encore More than one attack of grip resulted among a crowd of happy larks coming home at 230 on the morning of the 15th A mer ry crowd kept watch on streetI near Sixth that evening till late in the 111stars I j 111 I Eugene Young the grandson of Brigham I Young is writing a novel having the burning title of The Hierarchy of Hell It deals altogether with the Mormon question handling it by the way rather I roughly He thinks he is acting con IIandIII scores Heber Grant one of the Mormon twelve apostles having denounced Mr III Young from the Mormon tabernacle pulI 11church111 i with a red hot bludgeon The title ofII the kook is a very apt one a Not everybody knows how to ring a church bell This seems strange to many until they have tried to ring out the best tones of a bell Even the sound of college bells is changed in the ringing The beautiful bell atiLoretto Convent in Marion county Ky used formerly to be rung by one good Sister dead now many a year When through illness her place was taken by another the effect on the community and school girls alike was startling One would ring out a quick jerky motion unpleasant to hear another a slow mournful sound more like a dirge than the glad tidings that dinner was waiting while the Sister whose duty it was to regularly attend the bell rang out a sweet joyous musical sound that was calculated to put every one in good humor The memories awakened by the sweet reminders of bygone times will serve to endear themto us Napoleon iis pictured to us as stopping on his journey from Paris to Lyons to listen to the peal that rang out from the village belfry Tom Moore wrote jnore than one ode to the bells he lovedand so with many other poets The Cathedral of the As sumption possesses one of the finest bells in this section of the Union It was brought here front Mexico about 1852 For many years tf and the two quarter hour bells told the hours as the City Hall bell doeS today Bat for some inexplic able reason totheyregret of many thi I practice has beealrdf9cdillinued It is now 3b Jhe 3tholie church iin the city that doeIinottlring out the Angelus three times a dayjaccordiug to the Catho lie custom g lv 4 a It may not be generally known that two American young women one of then Miss Nancy Banks of Kentucky are be leaguered in Kimberly right now Miss hanks who wrote Stairs of Sand and Yellow Lillies went to London last May for rest and recreation During September when rumors of war had be come rite she was offered a handsome salary by a London newspaper to go to South Africa Yielding to the alluring prospect of interesting experiences on the frontlet she accepted and left for Cape Town arriving there just a few days before hostilities commenced Miss Kuss ner started on the same steamer withI Miss Banks for the same destination butt for a different purpose She is consideredI the finest miniature portrait painter finI the world She has painted miniatures of great numbers of wealthy women likewise portraits oaf the Czar and Czarina of Russia and had gone to Kimberley to paint the portrajtof Cecil Rhodes It iis said that her income from portrait paint ringamounts to 450000 a year The Boers allies from the adjoining Free I States are closing Jn on Kimberly and iit is impossible to know the outcome of iit all But this one tiling is certain that r exciting though matters must be for Miss Kussuer and Miss Banks should the Doers take Kimberly these two American women will be IISsafeas they would be at home in hew Yorkthe English press to the contrary VIt is said that thY Columbian School I on Eighteenth sad the railroad crossing is one of the hestt of public schools Miss Semoiiin isf Principal and many eulogies are Heaps on her administration and in the practical results of her clever corps of teachcM Bliss Semonin isa daughter of 3rtly Semonin the pop ular County Assess iat the Court House ittThere better known in tine e Slate and certalalynone more admired for talent and congeniality than the popular writer af The Tattler Miss Elvira Sydnorlklijer While those who come within tile range of acquaintance With Miw Miller admire her personality exceedingly to hr friend i she is a joy neverjloeesor seme ejThoughts clothedl with the beauty of roaea and llliea fraah as dew sari sparkling like let awl clear as the waters of a bubbling Nei are scattered broad cwt through lagaidri t journal and daily paper with appar4 tly no effort by this eble young woma She feI a daughter ol whom the chotch in thia aectiott may Wenbe jirosdaj vCatholic said woold be bettered sat oIpdtDatcold disdain that so often marks the per venu and those wl o e position in societ iis sot assured 8 war enltitre and intel lectusl aHperiorHj coiutlhrt the only trwe Aritoera63rie and the sooner the newlyrich understand this the more desirable and agreeable will be their J personality An ultra sensitiveness is quite often a barrier to frjendly enjoy ment Some are afraid to unbend for fear of appearing undignified others lest they appear too anxious to make friends of everybody and so bemean themselves both faults resulting from an overgreat estimate of their own im portance From these last we should pray Lord deliver us Our lives are so short that in order to condense as much happiness as possible therein we must keep in mind a friendly mixture of common sense and good nature I ANNIB NBVIN CimNrNan- ArrTHEATRICALS The new musical farce comedy pro duced by Williams and Walker and theirI own big company which will be seen at the Avenue Thanksgiving week has been conceded to be the most successful pro duction of the season as it is full of new and original ideas and is above the aver age The company is the best and most complete organization on the road and numbers fully fifty people It includes among its members Williams and Walker the two real coons who write and compose all their own songs George Catlin the only colored Chinese Imper musicalIsort singers a grand thirty beautiful colored girls with trained voices in magnificent costumes and all special scenery BuckiugitamwillI Company for its attraction This organization has always been a prime favorite with the vaudeville patrons and de servedly so Manager Flynn has always been anything but pennywise con sidering an additional expense in the makeup of his company a very profitable investment This season his company- numbers forty people and includes the pick of the vaudeville field There are fifteen colored performers of remarkable talent who demonstrate to the audience that the coon can be hilariously funny on the stage The dark portion of the company makes no attempt to elaborate operatic selections or great dramatic achievements They confine themselves to only one kind of opera that which is written in ragtime in which they are perfectly at home The colored company is also seen in a mirth provoking farce The Darktown Club which is a great success The vaudeville programme is a very promising one including clever comedians in topical songs and sidewalk versationsexcrutiatingly tunny laugh makers who amuse with character re partee bone and piccolo solos and grotesque tumbling real comedians with an entirely new stock of witticisms and two of the most wonderful acrobats ever seen in America One of the specialties in the olio in a beautiful flower ballet The appearseighteen girls are wise graceful dancers A first part in fwo= editions Coriologyl and The Darktown Club are the opening portion of the bill both serving to acquaint the audience with the principal members of the company as well as the large chorus The performance is brought to a close by a picturesque burlesque which protases to be very unique both in its stage setting and manner of presentation A special Thanksgiving matinee will be given next Thursday Positively the Last Grand Out of Towa Ex cursloa of the Season To points in the Indiana Gas Belt Sun day November 20 via Big Four route Special train leaves Seventhstreet depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train ar rives at Louisville at 1140 p m Ex tremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knightstown 1 Anderson 125 Muncie 125 Alexandria 125 This is your last chance to spend a Sunday with friends in the Gas Belt Tickets on sale at city ticket office 21 Fourth avenue and at depot S J Gates General Agent Many men court distinction but the wedding day dawns for the few A true love letter is written with utter disregard for future possibilities IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O Y3- DIVISION 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 132i Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJolla Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PruidentWilIiamT Meel1an Vice PresidentThomaS Canfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Oweu Keiren DIVISION Meets on the First sad Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month President FatrfckT Sullivan PrealdenlfhilCavauaUf1sJtecocding Financial SecretaryN J Sheridan 3018 Lytle street Treasurer George J fuller- DIVISION 4 Meet on the Secoud awl Fouth Wednes day Evening of Bach Month President John H Ifennefey Vice PreaWent Thotnaa Lynch Recordingi Secretary =John J Grcfan PilWiclarSecretary George FUkHf 4 GrystreetTreamreriarr Brady f DIVISION i f q Meets on the JIb alai Third THeadar Brentnga of Muck Monttj presidentPrank Cunningham YenaaryFinancial D scnsryLIMacke dl6 Thirteenth strut Treunucr lL J McCarthy r3 I SECOND ANNUAL BALLi TO BE GIVEN DY COMPANY AHBERN1ANm I KN1GHT8- W I LIEDERKRANZI I HALL CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT STRE- ETSlMONDAY NIGHT NOV 20 i UNION MADE NOT IN A TRUST CHEW POTHEENTOBACCO SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING GOOD Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS Made from selected Burley Tobacco The best Irish Whisky Potheen and flavoring enter into its composition SENNI ACKERMANM BREWING no INCORPORATED MAINSTREET BREWERY LAGER BEER AND PORTER ITS PURE LOUISVILLE KY WILLIAM DIILANEY8l EXCHANGEL Seventh and St Catherine WINESLIQUORS AND CIGARS Frank Fehrs Beer always on tap Special attention paid to orders for family use fiat Hunch Day and Night JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER T14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY A KLEIDERERThe ODoilox 354 Fourth Avenue Near Jefferson Suits and overcoats 25 and UD Has just received his New Fall and Winter Importations JJo keepinqeNe acsr IS THC cE taass PenmallPhlBshor7htl e- 1yperdrifin 9NTeleyrap7ry S Send for N tkla ut lsulpvilleJjJ Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college preferred by business houses There are other schools than ours but none that can offer our facilities ITALIANSWISS COLONY WINE GO 219227 West Jefferson Street WHALLEN BROTHERS Proprs WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LIQUORS OF TILL KINDS r4iP11on1oa xOUXSVXLLB x l THOPiOUGHTNRININta artOAarFTRAertaUILIN- ANDTHIRD MAIHSTS r t ft L0 tJl IItEKVJ N1QR E YOU ARE ilOR 8ALOONIp- RSSTOtl 1 ND ttRIIET c r ODORLES VAULT CLEANING JOR JCA1RlaiRY- T I97 iao4- Rv wBLI Ylilra b wul