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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r F UKR F IA IEDEEf n f R f SUROEON DENTIST 347 W JEFFERSON ST Bet Third aad Fourth Sundays VOLUME IVNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS OVER THE RIVER The Hibernians of Now Albany Will Mot Twice Each Month John Flynn Louis McBarron and M C Thornton Made Good Talks Pat Kennedys Friends Wan- to Nominate Him for Councilman NEWS NOTES OF SISTER CITIES Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held nn enthusiastic and largely attended meeting at Holy Trinity Hall last Sunday afternoon with all the officers occupying their respective chairs Secretary John P Flynn having come all the way from Davenport Iowa to be present It was decided to continue the reduced initiation fee until the last meeting in March which will furnish ample opportunity for those who wish to become members to do so Owing to the recent large increase in membership resolutions were introduced and passed changing the meetings from the second Sunday of each month to the secondand fourth Thursday evenings This is nn advance step and the Literary and Entertainment Committee will pro vide exercises interesting and instructive and calculated to make the sessions the most attractive in New Albany Five gentlemen were initiated into the order and the ceremony was impressively conducted by President Walsh The new degree was conferred by Messrs Louis McBarron and John Egan with Secretary Flynn and M C Thorn ton as the orators and the initiation ex celled any yet seen in any division in Kentucky or Indiana Those young men who went through the trying ordeal at the preceding meeting enjoyed to the fullest the work performed by James H Hughes the wellknown insurance agent who carried the flag of Erin most vali antly He was accompanied by James Maroney Joseph Gill James M Hughes sl1a SaroneXixberpartePlaYgd InlIhelyfor leader of the new degree corps The financial report of Secretary OHara showed quite an increase in the funds on hand while the expenses for the past year were the smallest in the history of the division which speaks well for the executive ability and management of the present officials The committee recently appointed to formulate the initiatory ceremony for a new degree reported progress They recommended that the degree corps be composed of at least eighteen members and from what was given out the conclusion was reached that they will pro vide uniforms and features original and uniqueBesides initiating the five above memo tioned two applications were received and the members resolved that another effort be made to add fifty more names to the roll before the increased fee goes into effectThe next meeting takes place Thurs day evening March Band Hibernians of Louisville and Jeffersonville have been cordially invited Tomorrow afternoon the Membership Committee that has con ducted the recent revival will meet at the club house on Market street when work for the next few weeks will be mapped out- County President Pat Kennedys friends are urging him to enter the race for Councilmanic honors on the Democratic ticket in the Sixth ward but as yet he has not consented to the use of his name Mr Kennedy possesses all the require ments foithe position and his well known integrity and popularity with all classes would add great strength to the ticket Should he become a candidate his election is a foregone conclusion Paul Hammer with the Evening Ledger may also become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Council man for the Second ward He is well I qualified for the position and his popularity with the workingmen would make hielection almost certain Thomas Connor entertained a number of his friends at his home on East Spring street Wednesday evening KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Louisville Council to Install Fifty Members for Indianapolis Tomorrow the Knights of Columbus of Indianapolis will install fifty new members and the event promises to be a memorable one in Catholic circles of that city It was only recently that Louisville Council installed nearly one hundred member upon which occasion thane were several huudrdylMtora pres eat from the larger cities of the country the excellent manner in which they conducted this ceremony1ud exemplified tbe degree won much praiae nd gave Louisville a national reputation This work was pronounced much betterthat of many older council and since that time severalinvitations have been iti- KENTUCKY IRisu AMERICAN received to participate in the installation I ceremonies in other cities I The Louisville members also made aII tHee impression in Cincinnati and Columbus O They have consented to the request of their Indianapolis breth ren and will participate in the exercises there tomorrow leaving for that city tonight Among those who will attend are M J Winn William Patterson D X Murphy Joseph Nevin J H Shea PM OReilly M J Duffy Dr Ouchterloney Edward J McDermott Walter Lincoln Newton G Rogers John Gruber Edward T Tierney Thomas Tierney John Cole man John J ONeill Jeff Bantion Charles OConnor Charles Byrnes JoetMurphy Cowan and others The growth of this Order has been phe nomenal throughout the entire country Its membership is limited to the best class of citizens and thus theyare afforded many advantages and features found in but few fraternal socities WOMANS SCHEME How She Provided Carriages For Her Favorite Candidate Ina certain ward in Dublin that shall be nameless the visitor at the polls availed in an inglorious but a very deceptive way of the resources of the van quished candidate in order to obtain his majority at the recent election says one of our exchanges The gentleman who afterward headed the poll had only a comparatively few carriages at his dis posal for the conveyance of his sup porters to the booth while his opponent had scores of vehicles on the scene in his interests The idea shaped itself in the fertile brain of a lady friend of the successful candidate Seeing a long range of car riages drawn up in the service of the enemy outside the voting station she went to the gentleman whose return she favored and asked him would he object qdisposalown supporters to record their votes His reply was that she might do so if she could and she promptly cleared off to perfect her scheme This is how she worked the little fraud The agents of the different candidates sported distinctive badges one side wear ing green and another color and the other side displaying only green but of a darker hue The young ladys nimble fingers promptlyy ifroO ber of badges in the colors of the rival aspirant for municipal honors She dis tributed them among the friends of the gentleman whose interests she was anxious to forward These earnest workers gave orders which were not disputed to a large number of the Jehus to call for and bring up certain burgesses whose views regarding the candidates were known to be the same as their own This was un hesitatingly done and the carriages freely given by the owners to further the suc cess of one candidate helped to bring about the victory of the other Who shall say after this that there is no original enterprise in the conduct of our local elections It may have been enterprise of a reprehensible kind but the excuse made for it would probably be that the end justified the means DELEGATE KENEALY National Convention of Cath olic Knights and Ladles of America James Kenealy was this week elected by the Limerick branch of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America as theirI delegate to the national convention that will be held in Chicago in May His selection was a popular one and a deserved recognition of his valuable ser vices to that order for which he has beenI for years an indefatigable worker Branch 2 at its meeting Wednesday evening elected Tom Keenan as its delegate James Kilkelly will also attend I the convention representing Branch 4 The coming convention will bean important one and this city will be ablyI represented Other branches will electI delegates 4 during the next month JohnI delegationfrom t week BOER HOSPITAL CORPS Young Soldiers Going Do Red Cross Service In South Africa I Under the auspices of the United Irish c Societies of Chicago thirtynine young soldiers left Monday morning for NewII York City whence they sailed on the I La Gascogue Thursday for Havre from which port they will go to Marseilles and thence to Delagoa Bay Almost all the I men served in the Spanish war and are members of the State militia The men I have made affidavit they go join the Boer hospital corp They were joined by eleven volunteer from Boston before defrayexpenses 1 and privately subscribed flKlNLEYS UNCLE execuTeD I The British Government executed Prea ideut McKinleys grajid uncle iq the aguAn t 6iogforsame cruel toe his aqceator fought t against STAND FOR BOERS Courageous Band in Parliament Undaunted by Attack on Homo Rule God Wont Always Be Eng llsh Exclaims Mealy in a Speech It Bristled With EPigraml Directed at Chamberlain and War LEADER WILLIAM REDMOND TACTFUL The reunited Irish party is working Iin perfect harmony Members who had not exchanged a word for years have resumed personal relations and there is a general wish to bury all past differences No evidence is lacking to show that th reconciliation is real and destined to b- lasting1 says the London correspondent of the New York World in a cablegram William Redmond the new leader is displaying great tact and firmness in his idifficult situation and is receiving sheaves of congratulatory telegrams daily from Ireland and the United States The debate last Saturday on the Irish peace amendment was the most important discussion that has taken place in parliament of the issues of the war Leader Redmonds speech was a singularly able exposure of the past iniquities and future perils of Chamberlains policy while Healy held the House for more than an hour by a brilliantly destructive criticism- of British imperialism Some of Healys epigrams in his speech in Parliament stung Ministerialists to the He said for instance Home was avenged at Spion Kop1t Denouncing British pharisaism he cried You want to syndicate Christianity and get twelve apostles on the first Board of Directors You appear to think the Almighty has given you a lease ou the universe in perpetuity but God wont be always English It I can understand the position of the pirate who sails the main under a black flag andswearsby the Jolly ogeer He i tY1The indications of an active Parlia mentary policy given by the Irish mem bers are causing much foreboding of difficulties for Government business among the Ministers John Redmond Chairman of the Irishi Parliamentary party last Monday issued1 a ringing manifesto to the Irish race the most important portions of which are given our readers The manifesto reaf firms the adherence of the party to Home Rule as the supreme question which must be restored to its rightful position- as the greatest and most urgent of all1 political issues It It is proposed to reform the Irish land policy by the com pulsory expropriation of the landlords The establishment of a Catholic univer sity is urged as well as the removal of unfair taxation in Ireland for imperial purposes The manifesto continues as followsThe present time is absolutely ripe with possibilities The gravest crisis in the memory of living man has arisen in the affairs of the empire No one can tell till the moment arrives when eighty Irish members thinking only of the interests of their own country may be able to extract from the situation its 1legitimata fruit The question is Will the Irish people enable their representa J tives to take advantage of these possi bilities and the answer admits of no delayMuch may be done to further the solution of the Irish question if the action of Irelands Parliamentary repre sentatives in closing up the ranks and1 absolutely burying past feuds be backed up by a corresponding action on the part of those they represent and if these representatives are now enabled by their constituencies to give to the discharge- of their duties in the House of Com mons that continuous attendance and unsleeping vigilance without which a fighting Parliamentary party is impossi ble1t SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS Society circles of the East Epdwere given It pleasing surprise this week when announcement was made that Miss Laura Welsh and John J Maguire bad been quietly married December 12 The couple are well known and have many friends who had hoped to witness the ceremony The bride hadjnany admirers and was a favorite among her wide circle of acquaintances Mr Maguire is a popular employe of the Starr Dry Goods Company At present they are at the home of the brides sister Mrs L E Klrchdorfer 822 East Green street where they are receiving many cOngrat ulatloMS CONDITION CRITICAL weItknownalldhithlyrupeeted SuadaynI ion at his home pn Cbristy avenue While this iit not the first time bo has been striken with the dread disease bis friends throughout tiles city hope for him ultimate reeovwy r VALENTINES t r Jp Answers to Questions Found In the MacklrjlCouncll Letter BJA igip Mackin Council Imsitetcly introduced I whichIIi day They are publish Ci per special request ft Harry SOneNo Mrl B can not legally compel you to pay the fifteen cents although we wouldfsuggest a com promise TwoThey ore only joking you It is no disgraces to be lacking capillary adornment rather an honor InI William Sitshows popu larity when the girls asWyou to dance at a leap year party TwojNo your friend shoulll not get angry with you if you beat his time as all ijffair in love and war We suggest however that you let him down light for friendships sake ThreeIf you have known her for such a length of time she certainly should not get angry or offended fir you call her Dove She was evidet fly out of humor r at the time you refertoilif J whenIsigneadevertising columns of tit Paper for a good corn cure Three NdK The Medicine Man is not a sentimental but a comic song Prank SOneIf as say you are about to lose ourhome buy her chocolate drops and sng to her Id Leave My Happy Hoif For You If 1 this does not work let s hear from you iand we will suggest another and possibly more effective way even though it be a 1 expensive1tPatrick you have aright tto be proud of yourbowHng score of ifortyeight points in temjframes as it is a jgood score forsome beginners twoJNo the pips are notorious and can be ieasily cured by takings mou sour Three You certainly lose your bet as we have inever heard of whisky o hard from age that it had to be cut wifii an ax Edward WOneVare afraid your ten cents have gone cglimmering as there is no law in Kentucky by which you can recover TwoYes if she lets you call on Sundays yq i tire pretty safe J and the other fellow W uld have a hard time dislodging you 3 Harry TOneThe party you refer to is still single aaiil via ju Indiana Litttlie ezacf loEet Neareiii blotto earn at unto sawn ng wo ot e are New Albany has note been increased i but remains the same ThreeWill an swer your question in our next issue Joseph HOneIf she is a blonde wear a light coat if a brunette wear a dark one That is about the only way to keep the boys from getting next Two To wear a white tie to a party or dance is perfectly proper Charles S RAsure cure forHcold1 feet is to bathe them in hot water immediately and retire as soon thereafter as possible or vice versa Your second ques tion is too badly blurred we can not read it B J DOueWe do not blame you for feeling badly Your friends do not deserve to be called friends if they have taken such advantage of you while you were working nights This is treachery in the first degree We agree with you that it would be a good idea to make them envious Try the following Ten pounds choice chocolate drops ten pounds French mixed fifteen pounds firstclass mixed cakes one barrel fifty three gallons choice lemonade Invite only your true friends This will not be too severe a punishment for your false ones as they have undoubtedly treated you shamefully if your letter states the facts TwoThe costume you describe would be very appropriate for the next ufask ball John HThis also answers 253 other inquiries on the same subject Tbe twentieth century begins with January 1 1901 We positively will not answer the latter question again for any one Do not ask it or for any explanations Frank MDo you refer to a position- on the team or outhe Board of Directors In any event we refer you to Col White sides TwoYes If you possess the qualities you refer to you should have no trouble in landing aifai job in the new association Mack ROneWedo not answer re consequentlyI we think Taylor is twoTry sleeping yourrheadEdnaOneOnly a Bunch of Sea Weeds is a pOem written by Prof Wil helm Shaughnessy Two Yes he is still single Thanks f the boquet Doc TOneIf yur home is in jeopardy as you state we would suggest that you enlist in yowr cause attorneys R L Fisher andCbacl MS Raidy These gentlemen have made i study of the re demotion of homes for he timid and we can personally recoma end this firm in a case of this character Two Yes from the evidence you fur jh Us you were evidently badly rai Ui m M to the party you were talking to over the phone We would suggest yc a be more careful next time Q EOneYou wi n your bet The Kentucky Irish Ami tema lathe DIOItI popular paper In UM Halt Twohesubscription price of this peIliifl1 per year payable in adw a tbree No paper gives half ao an ttfc MW and true news forAte BMnxtjr l ANOTHERSCHEMESensation to Dispose of Louisvilles Gas Stock Ordinance to That Effect Introduced In the Board of Aldermen Mayors of Eastern Cities Now Advocating Municipal Ownership THE MEASURE SHOULD BE DEFEATED At the meeting of the General Council Tuesday night quite a sensation was caused by Alderman Colston who intrO- duced an ordinance authorizing the city to dispose of 250000 of its gas stock and use proceeds for the purchase of Central Park Only last fall the citizens of Louisville voted upon the question of Jissuing bonds for the purchase of that property when the proposition was decisively defeated The ordinance now pending would deprive the city of a source of consider able income and is more objectionable than appears on the surface That there is a scheme behind this seems very probable and the public will hold the present Council responsible for any tampering with its property Throughout the East and in many Western cities the Mayors are declaring for municipal ownership of public utilities One of the most progressive of these Mayor Michael J Dillon of New Rochelle N Y has come out openly for municipal ownership and is trying hard to have his plans carried out in the town in which he is the chief executive I am a firm believer said Mayor Dil lon that the municipal ownership policy is the most progressive and impor tant idea ever advanced It is good com jmon sense I am convinced that every city should own its own water plant its gas and electric light system and should operate its own street railways so that jthe people who pay taxes could derive a benefit from such enterprises on which corporations arejnowmakinemilHonsfof dollars The municipal otvncrship plan if carried out to the letter would reduce taxes make the wages of a laboring man higher while the cost of traveling would be reduced to a minimum Nothing better expresses the views of Mayor Dillon on municipal ownership than his annual message which was read at the meeting of the New Rochelle Common Council several nights ago and which we refer to the Louisville city fathers In part he said I again express the conviction that municipal ownership is the proper thing If it is the business of a private company- to manufacture for the sane of making private profit for the owners it is like wise the business of a publicly owned company to manufacture without profit for the benefit of the people That this plan be tried is a right the people can justly demand The lighting plant should be publicly owned for the same reason that our streets our sewers our schools our parks are publicly owned It is a public necessity for all the people The people have a right to furnish their own light at cost without paying private profit to any one Mayor Dillon also urges the Common Council to furnish free baths that it own its water planti and then goes on to say that if the city purchases a stone quarry and gives men who desire to work employment at stone breaking the stone thus broken may be readily used in the repairing of our city streets At the meeting of the Mount Vernon Common Council Edwin W Fiske the Democratic Mayor of Mount Vernon i submitted a special message on municipal ownership in which he urged the Board of Aldermen to construct and equip its own electric light plant and also to own a water plant and the neces sary watershed Mayor Leslie Southernland Republi can Mayor of Yonkers is also an admirer of this policy and in his annual message he urged the city fathers to put the municipal ownership policy into effect tIassoon ss possible LENTEN PASTORAL LETTER The annual Lenten pastoral letter of Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will be read in all the churches of the diocese at the masses tomorrow The letter is said1 to be the longest and one of the most important ever issued here and touches upon many subjects of great interest to all Christians at the present time I DEATH OF MRS HENLEY The announcement of the death of Mrs Cecilia Henley at her home on Twentyaixth street Thursday morning was received with inexpressible grief throughout the West End where she was well known and highly respected She oldbutforhefrom a complication of disease The dawaaadllwas the wife Thomas Bonier the well known JUlUranteIptt and cx Catholicdatar t Lad long been two of the moat energetic orieen fa Bracli 2 of that order Ik 9 sides her husband Mrs Henley leaves five children to mourn her loss and they have the sympathy of the entire community in their great bereavement The funeral took place from St Cecilias church this morning with solemn requiem mass Rev Father Brady being the celebrant The large attendance attested the high esteem in which Mrs Henley was held To the family and relatives we extend our heartfelt sympathy May her soul rest in peac- eCOUNTY BOARD Making Arrangements for the Celebration of St Pat ricks Day The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet at Hibernian Hall Tuesday evening for the purpose of completing the arrangements for the ob servance of St Patricks day President Murphy and the gentlemen in charge are arranging an attractive programme and the fact that the proceeds will be for warded to the strugging Boers for the maintenance of their hospital corps should pack Masonic Temple that night The great Irish drama Robert Em met will be presented under the direc tion of Prank Cunningham and its production promises to surpass those heretofore witnessed in this city The company selected is an exceptionally strong one embracing the best talent that Louisville possesses The Hibernian Knights are also to play a prominent part in this drama Through the kindness of Col Meffert the entertainment will take place at Masonic Temple on Sunday evening March 18 The admission fee will be only twentyfive cent- sPRETTY PRIZES Mackin Council Euchro to Raise Money For the Home Fund The members of Mackin Council have made great preparations for the grand euchre party to be given at the club house Monday afternoon and night for the benefit of the home fund This being the first euchre at which an admission fee has been charged by Mackin Council the many friends whom they have en tertained in the past will no doubt take advanta ejofithis 0pportunttY tOjJlbow their appreciation of their kindness in the past by turning out in large numbers The prizes promise to be as handsome and valuable as any ever given at a euchre in this city quite a large number having already been donated and before the games begin the committee expects- to have an abundance worth contestingJ for The afternoon euchre promises to be the largest affair of this kind ever given in the West End Messrs Charles S Raidy John J Shelly John Harlow Joe Heckman and1 George Semonis comprise the committee having the affair in charge and they will1 leave nothing undone that will add pleas ure to the occasion The proceeds will1 be turned over to the home fund and the members are anxious that a handsome sum be realized CATHOLIC MISSIONS Great Attendance at Those Now Being Held In This City Rev Father Lambert will tomorrow close the most successful mission ever held at St Georges church and will hold another at the Church of St Mary Mag dalen Brook street beginning tomorrow week at the high mass The Dominican church has been crowded nightly during the past week by the ladies of the parish to hear Father Kearney and Splinter The mission for the men will begin tomorrow at the high mass with sermon by Rev Fathers Kearney The fathers have been more than pleased with the attendance andzeal of the women and only hope that the men will follow their goodexample The Holy Name Society will receive holy communion in a body at the Domin scan church at the early mass tomorrow morning MAYOR DALY REELECTED The election of Mayor of Limerick re suited in the unanimous selection of Mayor Daly for a second year of office The Mayor acknowledging his selection i referred to the war in South Africa an- dsid some people might say that there wits no danger to the British Empire but the duty of Limerick Nationalists was clear They should stand united Irre spective of political parties to do justice to themselves in whatever capacity or method they might be called on In Ids opinion there were tmly two parties in Ireland worth consideringthe Separatistt and the Unionist If the Unionist found the power he had so long honored and defended was unable to protect him and the Separatist found that jhc bully that had forced the Union down his throat mightbeCONPINEB Youre looking badly Are you ill Today Iia the lint time Ju three gooutadofIJudge wouldnt beo I i n LICE CURTAI LAUNDRY We led and sever Mfeir Our work Ila laBBderfar hce eartalss at 2c a pair tires ea tire Mtlsfactlea Work calM for and delivered FlrtctaM serlce MAD BABEY 6Z5 Sec oad St Telephoae 2631 FRANKFORT Beautiful Gleams of tile Sun slitncj ofPcaco Are Now Returning1 Calling Out of the Troops Will Cost the State Over 40000 Judge Tnfts Decision Consid eyed Great Victory For Democrats i GOY TAYLOR LOOKS TEN YEARS OLDER Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT KY Feb laThe black and ominous clouds of war that have hovered over the beautiful little city among the hills the capital of Kentucky for the past five weeks are slowly passing away and the beautiful gleam of the sunshine of peace is fast taking their place After ignoring the advice and counselof the most conservative and gentlemanly politicians in the State the usurping Governor hearkened to the mouthings of his mountain cohorts and the obscure politicians bloodwading proclivities and refused to sign the agreement eu tered into by his legal advisers and counsel ordered a portion of the troops home retaining about 250 as a special body guard for his own personal use He orderingbackdon and the regular Legislature from Louisville and proceeded to tell the good people of Kentucky that the riot and wingeddovecity The mad freak of the de facto Governor in calling out the troops has cost the State to date over 10000 and done more to incite riot and bloodshed than Republicanbloodwaders eventful campaign for Governor In ad dition to this the Capitol and Governors building have been damaged almost beyond repair the books and records mutilateditandiimanvivaluable iT ancteutdatat born tvnqas tinpElea of war by the gallant boys in blue to say nothing of the hundreds of dollars worth of stamped envelopes and stationery used by them during their visit to Frankfort No citizen is allowed admission to the executive building and King Taylor ItI is guarded as only the Czar of all the Russias is The ruling of Republican Judge Taft that the United States Court has no jurisdiction in the Kentucky elec tion muddle the making perpetual of the injunction granted by Judge Cantrill several days ago and the refusal of the Legislature and Court of Appeals to meet bayolet t Taylor have tranquil and peaceful thoughts during the day or dreamless judgingfromcollapse He looks fully ten years older than he did three weeks ago and is in constant dread of being assassinated Among the various freaks that were pastfivepicturepublishedInearly training upon some ope of New artjclcisrepresentations of Frankfort aud Frankfort people were so absolutely false as to border upon the ridiculous A week hence will probably see the legally elected candidates for all minor offices inducted into office and the present usurpers walk out Judge Tafts decision is a great victory for the Democrats and the Republicans will hardly make any further fight Fully 25000 strangers came to Frankfort last Thursday to attend the funeral of Kentuckys martyred Governor Will iam Goebel It goes without saying that wayandquite a contrast to the mountain bullies and cutthroats unloaded on Frankfort tfiveany kind occurred during the day Not e pouredInfully 15000 people followed the remains of their beloved leader to his last resting place in the beautiful cemetery cm the hill Such devotion as this was perhaps never seen before and may never be wit nessed again D J McNAMARA CANDY PULLING SOCIAL The members of the West End Quiltingii Club will celebrate Washingtons birth day with a candy pulling social at Din widdies Hall Twentysixth and Chestnut streets This club is composed of a num ber of prominent ladies of the Sacred Heart parish who have dose muchacharitable work this winter and this pro theworihypoorThey itrl a Niltenjoyghoul lx entertained during the afternoon from 2 to S oclock and the grown people ut night 0 0 T Ht 5r k t1Ii II i w n- AT RJ ANL 4 KENTUCKY Devoted to the Moral and Social vxxxXAl M SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR Entered at the Louisville AMietsiil Coflfflflnlcatlonitotbe KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE Ky ENGLANDS GLOOMY OUTLOOK The British Cabinet are pani stricken as a result of the South r African defeats but to prevent popular demoralization and avoid denunciation of political rivals mustI maintain an air of confidence hold information deny the serious 2 2Hessof the situation but admit it iis grave and call for more money and men as an emergency force to turn J the tide The Tory leaders evidently hoped their Statement devoid of detail and limit as to expenditure would appeal so strongly to patriotism that it would be granted by Parliament without discussion but i in this they were disappointed Members even in the House of lords plied theWar Office Ministe with questions eliciting the fact b that the empire even England has been drained of all but a nucleus of the army equipment artillery and supplies and with several thousand volunteers besides aggregating ove 200000 men and nearly 1000 piece of artillery all sent to fight the Boers and keep down threatened revolt in South Africaleaving England and many of her colonies with out adequate defense either of men 5 or equipment against attack or re volt To provide this 400000 ad ditional men and the money to equit arm and fit them for service is wantedonly as an emergency fundThe yeomanry and volunteers the home reserve intended and ex ctted to supply needed ree force merits inemergenc5eslikeJtKei prey eat are admitted to be un disciplined without uniforms arms fit for service not ever properly drilled or officered Par P liament is urged to provide the money and authorize this large army as an emergency defense with a hint to provide for conscription if necessary- Despite the efforts of the Englisl Government and press to prevent opposition by appeals to national pride and the necessity of upholding prestige and retaining colonies the exposure of this condition of affairs has astounded Parliament and peo pie England has spent million year after year on the army and it her first crisis she is found to lack Q an army or the equipments meet iff though that crisis is brought about by a local war with a weak foe That the military appropria tions lhave not been applied to pro viding the supplies arms ammuni tion and real necessities to increasing the strength and efficiency of the army is apparent Too much has been applied to high salaries for effete nobility who holds the commanding offices because of their hereditary titles whose only duties have been on dress parade and whoseabililics and training fit them oothingeberhe and men may be grunted but the matter will not end there The English people will be subjected to the forcing of thou sands of men into military service and to a burdensome tax The mismanagement of the War Office will be added to the bungling of the Foreign Office as an issue in politics for the Tory party to explain and defend before the people in elec party thecontrolatin England is not favorable With those evidences of inefficiency 1 extravagance and favoritism with I u their disastrous results and burden some and humiliating consequences frfahintftemipdaofthjp people the ousting of the Tortes from power nay put royal and hereditary gov ernment a in England in serious jeopardy for its very existence The I jjtjthjjP I ii i ition on Tugela river and mass I em in defense against his forces plain words Roberts is to at with a larger forte what Gen failed to do The lockout of thousands of net the suspension of building op in Chicago regardless of merits of the controversy the workingmen or the are in the wrong iis to the existence of rival bodies in that city one of indorsed the demand of the for shorter hours on Sat while the other refused ts The employers seem to bu this division and contention labors ranks have refused the locked out the workmen expect cooperation from the organization to win the fight should be a warning to Louis workmen and prompt them to their differences instead of to fight out the squabble division and rival central organizations and bring themselves to the position of the Chicago Building Councils with 5Ocxx strong enough to obtait lust demand divided and fight ing among themselves their de ignored and their member summarily fired with the member one organization exulting over aiding to make the disaster of the other complete and lasting Frick who as Manager of the Carnegie Steel Works at Home stead caused the strike and dis results to workmen has re ceived the usual reward accorded eventually to such men clothed authority tyrannizing over their subordinates He has been summarily fired and now sues as he alleges to compel the Carnegie Company to pay him a fair price for his shares of stock Like his kind now that he has been dis carded he has only abuse for his former master in the doing of work he became from noth ing millionaire Frick may have unjustly treated and his alle gation that Carnegie is seeking tc swindle him out of twothirds of his rightful share may be true but Frick will receive but little sym pathy in his misfortune He is only reaping the harvest of all such seed sown The employers who opprss labor always serve their tools in that way in due time when they have no further use for them Now Gen Lord Roberts is heard from He is reported to have crossed from the west into Orange Free State and is advancing to ward Bloemfontein As usual he has encountered but little opposi tion The Boers are not found where expected and the where abouts and movements of Gen Cronje who commands in that sec tinare a mystery portending a repetition of Metheuns experience time ago However a few days may develop Cronje The have a way of getting lost when hunted for and thenwe will see how it turns out Gen Buller is being forced to change his positions south of the Tugela river to keep the Boers from outflanking and cutting off his army White Roberts is ad vancing northward on the west Joubert seems to be pushing south ward on the east Today the Journal of Labor will its appearance The Ken ucky Irish American gives it a icarty welcome and wishes it unwounded success Its management s in the hands of James McGilljl President of the State Federation of La1 HAPPY SHOW The entertainment given at Music all Wednesday evening by the Southern Minstrel Association was worthy of pro- etasionalsThe ltitol the evening was ude by Ben Speaker acid pretty UM Jmjna lUJwer only eleven yeast old fap jpfMMMea an exceptionally wet eke She reared tefuM enthudMtlc noore v fl Tommy Clineo Join Velabj slut othorit xrforuMd th irp rU wvtf end the Urge audience Were delighted wfcfc their ffort After the performance dancing ran indulged in for ee bcmi hour Mitch pnitt 3S dae HWH NUehan and x BiU who maeWe r l C r Stuart E Brannon has returned from a short visit to St Louis Miss Mary Harbison spent the week visiting her father at Glasgow Miss Ethel Ervin of Princeton Ind spent the week with friends here John Welsh otSpring Station spent few days with friends here this week T J Doughertyof Owiugsville ar rived here Wednesday for a brief visit fooIEdwin Fitzgerald was among the Louisvillians registered in Chicago th week L J1 1Miss Grace Morrison of Bloomington Ill was the guestof friends here this week t John Gilligarij Pirtle street has almost entirely recovered from his recent sever illness V Miss Julia Adkins has returned from Bowling Green j where she was visiting friends r =Miss LoUie Whitehead of Bowling Green was here this week visiting befriends Mrs JVV Hackney is home from Versailles where stie was the guest of Mrs C C Watersi Miss Jiminie Knight of Lexington was this week the pretty guest of Mrs Joseph Bryan Miss Elizabeth Brown will leave soot for Danville where she will visit Miss Eliza Caldwell n Edward whit suiti W E Ambrose are in New York City They will retur about March lV Chester Farrelll who has been seriously ill at his home on Montgomery street iis reported improving Sylvester Rapier of New Haven was here for a few days this week combining business with pleasure Messrs Pat White and Walter Gill land left last Tuesday for a twoweek visit in New York City 1 Miss Nellie Martin East Broadway will remain for some time in St Louis the guest of her brother Miss Anna Hays returned this week from Elizabcthtpwn where she had beer visiting Mrs Horace Hays Michael Milieas friends will regret to learn that he is quite seriously ill at Sts Maryand Elizabeth Hospital Miss I ula McCrory arrived home Mon day f after a dejightful visit with Mrs Horace Hays iulizabetbtown Aiisses tstnuia aoa ceiie jaays nave re turned home affair apieasnt visit With Miss Ida Curry in Jeffersonville Miss Winifred Flaherty has gone to New Orleans where she will remain till after the Mardi Gras celebration Mrs Richard Dawson has returned from a pleasant visit with her mother Mrs Charles Rapier New Haven The friends of Andy Meagher say he is once more in the ring as he has renewed his visits to the West Und Mrs M A Hensley will leave for New Orleans Wednesday accompanied by hex two daughters Misses Bertha and Ella I John Quill who has been ill at his home on East Jefferson street for sometime past was this week able to return to work Officer Tom Shelly who has been con fined to his home with an attack of the grip again for two months f has returned to duty Steve Keely fr the little son of the well known expoliceman is seriously ill with pneumonia at his home on West Broadway LTrinity Councilentertaineda number of its members and friends with a delight ful euchre and dance at the club house Tuesday night J j Mrs Charles 1 Weaver has returned from Washington where she visited her brother Her health has been much im proved by the trip 110100 Nick Smiths services as a comedian- at amateur entertainments are always in emaud as Melts song and dance specialty is hard toheat- 14r d and Mrs riul Monarch returned this week from their wedding trip to Indianapolis and cfeicdgo and are at home at 1205 Second sinkt Will Miller Zane street was handsomely remembered by his friends St Valentines day He was the recipient of several exquiekG mementos The marriage of Miss Agnes Gertrude Walsh and Ctatflff II Wordeu will take place at the Catit jdralof the Assumption hursday aftentc M Rev father Schuu lann oflSdati f Miss Lillian ck entertained a large number of her I kndslaat night at her home on Twenty filth street The house waS handsouwly d orated for the occa sion and sa eljg tluncheon was served r=The marriages eh Mto Elizabeth WeUer ad Henry MollJhMi of Milwaukee will take place W xh day at St Louis Ber rend church IM bride iis the daughter of the1atclWeller Mr Mollerwa- ea welluaowa tect of Milwaukee 1 Temany14s k01lYlreHarryBradyr- ho hoe beengaits neriowly ill rt her rfdenco on SeWtotb wrest will clladt- oraowi Unit HT icoodition it gradually tNlJwtj7dci ma predict her r tJi Miss Wyne Curley of Smithfield was the charming guest of Misses Maggie and Doll King West Jefferson street this week A delightful euchre was given in her honor Thursday afternoon at the i home of Miss McCoy Misses Ruth and Lucy Spalding twc of Bardstowns most attractive and popu lar society belles were this week the guests of Misses Rose and Lucy Coakley The fair visitors have been the recipient of much social attention George Barrett and Edward Daly sur prised their friends in the Highland with a visit last Sunday Their excellent singing makes them quite popular witl their many acquaintances who are always delighted with their presence James Barry one of the bestknown and most popular young men in the West End was this week suffering fron an attack of malaria at his home on Higl avenue His friends will be glad to know that his condition is reported as improving The reception and dance given at Schriebers Hall Valentine evening by the Ladies Auxiliary of Mackfn Council was a decided success The affair was one of the most brilliant and enjoyabl given by the young ladies of the West EndTheir many friends will be glad to learn that Mrs Will Price tine wife of the wellknown Secretary of the Polio Department who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever at her home on St Catherine street is reported much bette and her speedy recovery now hoped for The marriage of Miss Helen Armstrong and Robert Newman will be solemnized Thursday next at the rectory of the Dominican church The wedding will be ia- very quiet one only near relatives and ia few intimate friends witnessing the ceremony The couple will make their future home in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Edward Brady were the recipients of a pleasant surprise party at their home on Monday night their tin wedding anniversary Their friend brought them many gifts as memento of the event Dancing and music wer the features and an elegant luncheon was heartily served the guests The announcement has been made tha Mrs Rose Dolen of 209 Shipp avenue will soon wed one of Lebanons wealthiest citizens The bridetobe is one of the most popular ladies in the southern par of the city and with her many friend the Kentucky Irish American extend congratulations for a long and happy life The Ladies Embroidery Circle of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament were handsomely entertained by Miss Annie Whelan Wednesday evening at her home on Geiger street The members of the circle are arranging a social euchre fox their friends in tine near future which will include a number of new and novel features The marriage of Dr John M Clayton and Miss Monetta Thompson was solemnized with nuptial mass at the Church of St Alphonsus near St Joseph Wednes day morning Rev Anthony OSullivat performing the ceremony There was a large attendance of friends of the con trading parties who are well known throughout Kentucky Major Patrick J Doyle one of New Albanys bestknown Irish citizens will leave during the month of April for o protracted visit to friends and relatives in Wexford Ireland Major Doyle iis now seventy years old but hale and hearty and looks forward with pleasure to the return to the land and scenes of his boyhood which he left fortyfive years ago He has resided in New Al bany for the past forty years and his hosts of friends wish him a pleasant visit andsafe returnIThe birthday anniversary of Miss Lillie eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Franck of Hamilton avenue was cele brated Friday night Music speeches and an elegant supper were the features The recipient was greeted with flowers and many presents The following were present Misses Laura Franck Ella Franck Sophia Franck Elizabeth Willie Mesdames Will Dillon JohnlLaval Geo Lammars Will Stafford Peter Bahr Misses Alice Gilligan Ida Schmidt Lil lian Stafford Elsie Bahr and Pearl Laval Miss Florence Hurbert was the hostess of a St Valentines day party Those present were Misses Nellie Sallie and Margaret Hannon Lillie and Del Keiran Lydia and Cora Burger Florence and Rosa Hurbert Amelia Gegg Catherine McGrath Ida Cain Agnes Corless Annie May Gannon Mayme Kilker and Tillie Roehrig Messrs John Bishof John Han non Charles and Louis Grrtz George and Washington Burger Phillip Iseubike MartieRosenburger Frederick Loo n burger Richard Fredricks and George Hurbert Mr and Mrs John Hurbert an Mr and Mrs Charles Gretz A delightful surprise party and recep ion was tendered Miss Edna ast night in honor of her fourteenth birthday by her mother at the family residence on Sixteenth street All present spent n most enjoyable evening and MisS SimmonsTeceived numerous hand nome mementos of the happy occasion Among those present were Misses Nannie Beatty Altenel Clifford Eva Fowler and Master Richard Beatty Also the memo icrs of the Uneeda Club comprising Mil Edna Simmons Willie Field ina Drier Lillian Benedict Nellie Hall iaanf Hattie Higgins Esther Weedon dews Hal Williams Hewitt KinK Zorn illlams Emmet Doran Russell King almar Benedict and Harry Slater Almoitt all atTABgetnenU for the Lets ter pare now complete lie trtea lone on the i6thtntt Some of the- rortac3al Tftemmii have bees great gccearea tbtat Galway Jot instance tin to be hoped utUnwi11tiotbab- ehJi It would aswr 80 for the capitals be outdeue h1 the pertness 0 THEATRICALS Col Meffert and the Temple Stock Company should score the hit of the sea son next week when Pawn Ticket 210 will be presented This Is the comedy drama which was considered the most popular in the repertoire of the famous Lotta when she retired from the stage ten years ago and still remains one of the greatest ever offered the American public It has not been seen here for many years and Col Meffert has gone to great trouble and expense to secure the right to produce it here at popular prices Pawn Ticket 210 will prove a timely and attractive bill and will be presented on an elaborate scale Miss Rodgers will assume the role of Mag In which she will be seen to the best advantage James Brophy will take the part of the pawn broker and Robert McWade that of Mon tague Flash The Temple should do the largest business in its history and those who have never seen this popular play should secure seats at once When Charles H Hoyt discovered some years ago that public taste lies in the way of laughter not of tears he laid the foundation for a fortune and for a great storehouse of merriment that was to delight theatergoers for years to come Of alt the bright absurdities that have come in such rapid succession from this prolific funmaker none have been so bright so original and so daring aslOA Milk White Flag One of the funny ideas Incorporated into this plot tells of a man pretending to be dead to get 100 000 life insurance money and the added complications arising from the desire of a military company to give him a grand burial to eclipse the great funeral given by a rival company to one of their members Every accessory that could add to the success of this splendid bit of nonsense has been looked after and the beautiful settings with the gorgeous costumes of h ansoma Gunr s and the bright dresses of the vivandlerres make a pleasing picture under the dazzling brightness of the calciums A Milk Whits Flag comes to the Avenue next week with usual matinees lOA Social Maid will be the attraction at the Buckingham next week coming direct from a long run at Hurtig Sea mons Harlem Music Hall New York It opens with a long vaudeville bill in which every act is a feature Prominent in the list of vaudevile artists is the Bison City Quartette who are perhaps four of the most versatile artists in vaude ville Their unique sketch is full of musical and instrumental medlles bright humor and clever dancing Then there are Johnson Davenport and Lorello whose comedy acrobatic act is unequaled by any similar act ever presented Nina Collins is a vocalist of recognized ability and she will contribute a singing spec ialty in tine olio Others on the bill are nodpeers as vaudeville comediennes and dancing soubrettes George E Beban the original comedian in a melange of andsJoe and Nellie Doner who will appear in a comedy sketch A Social Maid brings the performance to a close and it is here that the entire strength of the company is engaged As a oomedy this skit can not be improved upon and it contains music and gaiety enough to stock any comic opera There is an abundance of scenery electrical effects tireverfor ableone Bernard Collery Member of Parliament for North Sligo writes to a Sligo newspaper announcing his intention afre signing He is about to apply for the Chiltern Hundreds Mr Collery entered Parliament in 191 after a stiff contest with V L Dillon Vfbp WM the Parnelhte candidate being tnpportatbyC S Par nell TN Mt was pnJulthekt by thS latJater McDonald wbcee death caused tlxe vmoacy TKO election wu the second oiMlo Ireland after tree Par= elUte split p TEMPLE THEATER- W IL MBPFERT MANAGER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY- IN The Celebrated Lottas Comedy Dra- maPAWNr lITIGKET 210W IMatinee 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CITY TICKET os13C lea 818 Foatth 4- JGAtBta a General Agent Ixndavlllt Ky B O McCORMICK Per Tnt Mgr WAftASN I tYWCH A O P A flKK4n o J td THE IRISHI I BRIGADEm ITImr BBAffLEIF DUNDEE Some Rhymes Regarding How the English FoHRht the DMtch Iin the First Engagement of the South African War jIv andthe Dutch in South Africa but lately I have come across a new phase of the conflict I see by late reports in the daily papers that the Irish Transvaal brigade in the first engagement at Dundee capturedor bagged to use theif words several hun dred of the Royal Irish Fusileers Now sir the last event has interested me so that I have written a poem on the subject a poor thing ttstrue but mine own as the bard of Avon says It might be called How the IrishlFight for the Queen but I have christened it The Battle of Dundee Or How President Krngers Irish Took In Her Majestys Hibernian With apologies o the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Knights of St Patrick the ClannaGaet e Fenians and other fighters i- On I the mountains side the battle raged there was no stop nor stay Mackin captured Private Burke and Ensign Michael ShcaJ j Fitzgerald got Fitzpatrick Brannigau found ORourke Fin Jgan took a man named Fay and a couple lads fromjCork Suddenly they heard McManus shout Hands up or Iliirun you through He thought he had a Yorkshire Tyke = twas CorporaliD onbghue McGarry took OLeary OBrien got McNamee aItjf Thats how the English fought the Dutch at the Battle of Dundee i Then some one brought iin Casey OConnor took ONeiiUr 4 a Riley captured Kavanaugh while trying to make a stealT t ifwAndAide 1 Dacey took a lad named Walsh Dooley got McGuirk r Gilligan turned in Faheys boyfor his father lie used t6wbrk They had marched to fight the Englishbut Irish were fill they could see Thata how the English fought the Dutch at the battleI olf Dundee JSpillane then took OMadigan Shannahan took Magee fWhile chasing Jerry Hallihan Clancy got shot in the knee He cursed the Queens whole army he cursed the Englialr race Then found the man who fired the shot twas a cousin Martin Grace Then McGinnis caught an A O H who came from Limerick town But Sullivan got an Orangeman from somewherein Counly Down 5ThatsDundee The sun was sinking slowly the battle rolled alongji rThe man that Murphy handed in was a cousin of MaudfGonne Then Flannigan dropped his rifle shook hands with Bill McGuire For both had carried a piece of turf to light the schoolroom fire Then Rafferty took in Flaherty OConnell got Major McQne OKeefe got hold of Sergeant Joyce and a Belfast lad or tWO- Some swore that Old Man Kruger had come down to seethe fun But the man they thought was Uncle Paul was a Galway named Dunn Though war may have worse horrors twas a frightful sight to see The way the English fought the Dutch at the Battle of Dundee i Just when the sound of firing in the distance fainter grewpt Ryan caught McClosky and Orderly Donegan too J0i OToole he found McCarthy OMahony got MaloneiDully got a pair of lads from Connaught near AthlonerflKrf Then Dineen took OHagan Phelan got Kehoer JC Dempsey captured Callahan but Gallagher let him go i Youd thought the Belfast Chicken had tackled the Dublin Flea The way the English fought the Dutch at the Battle6fjDundee m JnAndi Then Brady captured Noonan Mahergot McIdoor McGovern otOHanlonand Colonel McLou hlh toa- y1 y j ivhen McCormick came iin with Hoolanand LieutenanUXoferjMooTeJi But twas a great day for Ireland as you can easllyseear4 Thats bow the English fought the Dutch at the Battle of Dundee They marched them all to Krugers town for supper and abed OHalloran was the rear guard the way McNulty led When they got them to the race course the Boers were full of glee While Krugcr never expected so many English to see They told him they were Irish it puzzled the old mans head For the Irish hed seen were dressed in green while these were togged in red But tis passing story ou historys pige youll see Y That IUTwas the English fought the Dutch at the Battle of Dundee NOBLE LIFE ENDED Mrs Matilda Scully wife of Michael R Scully the well known retired shoe merchant died at the family residence last Sunday morning and the announcement caused great sorrow among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances The deceased was a devout Christian and noted for her amiable qualities and many deeds of charity and many families will miss her from their midst The bereaved husband has the sympathy of a host of friends in his great affliction having now lost his sOn and wife in less than two years Mrs Scully was also well known in Bridgeport Conn where her husband lived before cOining to Louisville Her funeral took place from the Church of St Francis of Rome Wednesday morning with solemn requiem mass for the repose of her soul and the large number present attested the grief felt over her death Her remains were interred in St Louis cemetery May her soul rest in peace The Most Rev Dr Gaffney Bishop of Meath paid a visit to Drogheda January 20 this being his first episcopal appearance there His Lordship inspected the Convent of Mercy and the schools at tached thereto and expressed himself much pleased at the result of his visit JOSEPH DCOONEY MANUFACTURER OF IMLAWLERS H A SUPERIOR 6 O NTOXGAH 1207 Wilt Main Street LoaiiTiUi THOMPSON CHIMNEY GO 1 General Brick Ira t tff GRATE SETTING Chimneys CtndNew lratsa PKtln tip DIRT ON FLOOR AM Wrk aeaeyWe 2ofrLOUISVILLE KV r m MY SPECIALTY JIf PINS WttUKY JIM MOORES PLACE 1- r lUlJdQ4A9Ie IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Alderman T J Condon M P was unanimously elected Mayor of Clonmel for 1900 Councillor Pile has keen unanimously elected Lord Mayal4of Dublin for the present year 2 tAtmeeting of the Mul lingar Town Commissioners James Doyne was made Chairman Edward Treacy and William Lowry were unanimously cted Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Birr Urban Council The name of Joseph Downes was placed first on the list ofpersons qualified to serve as High Sheriff of the city by the Dublin corporation Dunbar Barton Queens counsel So JudgeinGeorge Wright Solicitor General L W Bonaparteyn of Waterford and J T Hudsou oKrDungarvan have been sworn in High Sheriff and Under Sheriff for the COUt of Waterford At the quarterly nixing of the council of the county boroHfk rf Belfast Alder man R J McCcawiMfiwM unanimously elected Lord Mayr t f Belfast for the year 1000jj3 + The MulHngar Gwtrdiatis elected T McNaboe to the jxiaitkm of Chairman The vacancy was caseed by the death of the former occupant John Tynan was elected Vice Chairman William RednHi X P has written explaining that be4 baa Wen prevented by severe linear and tM early sitting of Parliament from PJflCf Ma usual visit to his constituents in Zaals and the other portions of Clare 1 At the annaal imrtJiy of the Armagh Council under Jhefwaidency ot John McCIelknd itwMtroaalutoiwly resolved oo the motJOB ttjntm Lennon seconded by Joseph Caaddy ttpt Henry J McKee bereelected Chairman of the Council Aquarterly meeting of the Drogheda corporation waa haM Ttiie princlpaLbmk JieM l 1 ijoa fUOIThere was a full attendance The oat aviaf Mayor LukrJ Btcock waa grin Iintooaly reelected Mayor Elcock1 Iis a Pameliite in politic Th r t mdM W the Thurlea Coun sit wu cou tlH Htbe special purpose of electing q flv fps the B ai1ir I year Stephen Dunne was moved to the chair John Walsh proposed and E JI Johnsonbethe year 1000 There being no amend mint the Chairman declared Johnson duly elected At the adjourned annual meeting of the Cashel Urban Council week before last Mn Wood said he had very great pleasure in proposing that Michael Devitt be reelected Chairman C Ryan sec onded and it was unanimously agreed to Mr Devitt briefly returned thanks The election of Vice Chairman was then proceeded with and Andrew Hanby was unanimously elected to that position The first meeting of the Strabane new board was held January 23 Dr Nelson proposed and John Elliott seconded that Edward Gallagher Justice of the Peace be elected Chairman of the board White proposed and Dunne seconded that John Devine be elected Chairman DevIne said he would not allow his name to go forward until some other time and Galls gher was therefore elected Chairman The annual meeting of the Carlow Urban District Council was held in the Town Hall Michael Governey presiding On the motion of William M Douglass seconded by Michael Molloy and sup ported by John Hammond M P Michael Governey was reelected Chair man for the ensuing year This is the ninth year that Mr Governey has been entrusted with the responsibility of pre siding over the municipal business of CarlowThere was considerable xcitenent in Wexford over the question of the Mayor alty Two candidates were in the field Alderman Jamzs Stafford and Benjamin Hughes proprietor of the Wexford Inde pendent Alderman Cosgrave proposed that Benjamin Hughes be elected Nicholas ONeal seconded the proposition Walter Walsh proposed Alderman Staf ford The members then cast their votes and Hughes was declared elected andre turned thanks At the annual meeting of the Athlone Urban Council R English the outgoing Chairman proposed the election of James J Coen Independent Nationalist to the position of Chairman for the ensuing year There being no other candidates proposed Coen was declared elected unanimously On the motion of M Kil kelly seconded by J OMara it was resolved to request the Right Hon Lord Castlemaine County Westmeath to con tinue English in the office of Borough Justice for another year The election of Mayor of Kilkenny took place Tuesday More than usual interest attached to the proceedings owing to the circumstances connected with the dismissal of the Town Clerk C J Kenealy for alleged neglect of duty A preliminary discussion took place as to who should preside and a large ma jority being In favor of Alderman Wall that gentleman took the chair Purcell and Alderman Healy were then proposed for the Mayoralty and eleven out of the- ntueteeni t HjbersvoNnrg tf rth VS grp- whois im et a leading ParuelHte li e was declared elected Lively interest was taken in the proceedings of the Cork corporation when it assembled to elect a Mayor and until the last minute the issue was in doubt A large crowd stood near the municipal buildings but only those who had tickets were admitted to the council chamber Alderman D J Hegarty Parnellite was the successful candidate defeating Alderman Fitzgerald by one vote It was a great triumph for the Parnellite party in the corporation and Cork has secured as Maypj a gentleman widely respected by all classes in the city From the ranks of the party it would be difficult to make a more admirable selection The interment of the late Rev P Gan non O PJ took place in Drogheda on Friday January 20 The remains were conveyed from his fathers residence at Castlebellidgbaiu and placed in a cata falque before the high altar in the Dominican church in which an office and requiem high mass took place The cele brant of the high mass was the Very Rev Father Stack O P A large number of priests of the Dominician order attended After the high mass the last absolution was given and the clergy in processional order headed by cross bearer left the sacred edifice for the little cemetery outside where the interment took place At the weekly meeting of the Athlone Urban Council J J Coen presiding considerable discussion took place on the sanitary state of the town consequent on the recent outbreak of scarlatina and measles and the report received from Dr Flinn Local Government Board Inspector on the condition of the dairies and cowsheds in the township It was resolved to adopt measures to have the present subsanitary officer P Bolaud superannuated in order that a younger and more active official should be ap performthcdutyi shedsThe quarterly meeting of the Water ford corporation was held in the Town Hall Considerable interest was cen tered in the proceedings and the attendance of the general public was very large The outgoing Mayor presided and there WM a full attendance of the members of tfe Council Alderman White proposed Alex Nelson as a fit and proper person to fill the office of XayotHe would be the last person to propose him for the office if he thought hew unfriendly to the great Catholic and national qitttUosa of the day He alluded more particular ly to the question of a Catholic university Councilor Farrell seconded the proposi iron and Mid if they elected Nelson he would be well worthy of the honor con corporationgltemajority ijw poLiyjJt WM needles for hint byNelsonbeeaJIi the Council lie was elected by a large rote- Olssswue should be weaned la warn water witb a dash ol soap powder rinse oil to jctaajr twsfrwitsr and polished witJaf i THE 9 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANHas I upon its Third Volume The promises made I 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 I read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News7It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its I Icity readers may take advantage of the I announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This wil1 iI resuI5inefitJ1 i j iur advertiseTsfwhb should remember ifieffact that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville TUB SMDSGflDl1011 PrlC6 is ONLY 1 IPElt Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brjghest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberaland honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NO- WAdvertisers Iii Z Z Z Zii Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in f this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation r among the best class of our citizens v z z 6 n Address all Correspondence and Business Commune cations to the- KENTUGKY IR8H AMERIGANm n a GREEkt1 O v ccii r 11 n v- U i rirrrr C i 3pJi4 1 9 U JJ KiVrKS IJUaA ISI=J How AreYour Teeth I If they need attention there is no better place to j have them fixed than at t- heLouisville 4 Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST t Right Next to Avctttto Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and r all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER TIlE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors C4f FOURTH ST g DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANKodllallDoiiQirty I UNDERTAKERS U u 1229 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth II TISI EJPHCXIVJS 1S3EOJ3 C All Calls OJrrlngcsI i FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY r ril 1 Il i i6i6 I iji DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE Monuments Artistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy TIIWAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN HDftIftIJlftDHDi 1 111G1 Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates off tt college preferred by business houses There are other schools than ours but none that can offer our facilities JOB PRINTING L KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3K W Orm St ZrZ z zFZrrzrzrz I INDORSED BY THE GEM LABOR UNION D That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidenced bythe action of the Central Labor Union at a recent meeting in giving this paper its indorsement which is the more welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected The publisher is grateful and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition Our friends will be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously adopted by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by the Central Labor Union are as follows Whereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein and Whereas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement therefore be it Resolved That the Central Labor Union indorse said Kentucky Irish American as the official newspaper of this body Resolved That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unions be communicated to the public through the columnsl of the aforesaid paper oC2 sI I PRESIDENTFEENEYAnnounces tees of the Irlsli Ameri can Society Now Members Initiated and Many Applications are Referred John Flynn Succeeds William Lnwler as Recording Secretary IMPORTANT MEASURES PROPOSED The regular semimonthly meeting of the IrishAmerican Society was held at the Hibernian Hall Thursday night with the largest attendance seen for some months past Three new members Messrs John J Flynn Thomas Kelly and Thomas Hines were initiated and a big bath applications were referred to special committees The resignation of William Lawler as Recording Secretary was received and John J Flynn the wellknown railroad engineer was elected to the position The Enterteinment Committee reported progress being in correspondence with mayShsocietyt 77Vf lPresident Charles Feeuey announced the appointment of the following stand ing committees Executive Committee Tom Keenan Martiu Dugan Tom Cleary Gus Kane Mike Francis Entertainment Committee WilliamM Higgins Patrick J Meehan James P Manion Eugene McShane John Mulloy Grievance Committee Thomas Claire M W Murphy Thomas Tarpey William Lawler Joe Byrne- Membership and Good of the Order CommitteeJohn Kenney Edward Ma lone Edward Heverin John J Flynn Martin J Minogue The selections are all popular and the members expect them to accomplish much for the society in the near future Secretary Joe Byrne reported all bills presented paid from the receipts of the evening with a snug sung sum left to be deposited with Treasurer Tom Tarpey who was absent from the city This organization will soon amend its death benefit law so that claims may be paid as soon as official notification is re ceived The assessments will be collected in advance and deposited in a special fund set apart for that purpose Several matters of interest to the maim bership will be reported upon by the Ex ecutive Committee at the next meeting when every member is urged to be pres ent During the proceedings several interesting talks were make by Mike Francis Tom Keenan M W Mnrphy Thomas Claire and others who were pleased with the interest taken and the bright outlook for the society FOREMAN HARTS SERENADE Last Monday quite a large number of former employes of the Louisville Pack ing Company who had just returned from Nashville where they were fo some months operating the companys new plant celebrated theirhome coming With a serenade and surprise to Pat Hart the popular foreman at the Louisville establishment There were many ladies present also The entire party wer given a hearty welcome and hospitably entertained and the friendly feeling that has always existed was further cemented EUCHRE AND DANCE The members of Division 2 of the An dent Order of Hibernians have mad great preparations for their euchre amd dance next Thursday evening and all the divisions are expected to be well rep resentedPresident Meehaa and Meters Cot Ford John Barrett Owan Kteran and Secretary Mooney will receive the com parry and an agreeable feature will be the elegant luncheon senrtsd The pdnee will be handsome and valuable EXCITING RAce A N Cook mud Jams Sexton ran very fart 100yatd dash at the Athletic Club grounds for aid bet 91 210 and the cbampiooahlp Limerick After an exciting race and a ck4 finish Sexton won bya head Will Delaney acted aa judge with Joe ttomfcttjr yd James Gahan oa timers SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGOON THE pug eMWMt1fU JlbIn an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerW HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 receive two applications Tuesday evening V 1 The divisions ofr Montreal Canada have organized a band ExPresident Edward Clancy was given a warm welcome Tuesday evening Division 1 will hereafter have its own physician to look after sick membersIDivision 4 elected two ceived four applications Wednesday even ing The Ladies jtfjtjjijary of Duluth Minn reports asteaa J yW i craseinmem berehip = h e r Division 3 of Providence received two applications and initiated five members at its last meetingd The County Boards making extensive arrangements for a big parade in Syracuse on St Patricks day The Saturday evening socials of the Providence Hibernian Knights still con tinue to draw large numbers Division 1 of Duluth Minn still con tinues its work of increasing the mem bership of the grand old order Hibernians are alt nvited to attend the social of Division 2 next Thursday even ing accompanied by their lady friends Pat Dulaney who was seriously injured on the Illinois Central some time ago will soon attend the1 meetings of his di vision The Ladies Auxiliary which numbers a total membershipsof over 25000 had the snug sum of 1100000 on hand January 1- The next meeting pf Division 1 should be attended by everymember Special notices will be scntiout requesting their presence The ball of thejadies Auxiliary of Anaconda last Tuesday evening was one of the most brilliant ever witnessed in Montana1isPresident Hennessy was out mingling with friends on the hill last Sunday whom he wants tobecome members of Divsion 4 jfc Harry Brady absence from the meet ing of his division this week was much regretted He is eof the pillars of Division 4- Dlvlskfn M 1 of Baltimore held on enjoy able reception in Elks Hall recently President John Murray delivered au eloquent address jj The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 4 of Minneapolis celebrated its fifth anni dancingsparty Monday night Mike Purtell William Gannon and John Purtell were iMtiatid into Division 4 this week President Hennessy and movingeThe annual ball and banquet of Di vision 1 of Rich otxl Va at Corcoran Hall was a brllliatk affair and reflects great credit upon the members say the local papers I Division 11 of Providence hud a gran- de nion last SwKJay after the business session with a lage attendance of brothers representing tiMer military and civic divisions The three dirijof Hibernians and two division of tk Daughters of Erin have united with titt EwBMt Council for a gtandcelebrstiagaof Sk Patricks day at Houston Texan County Pre tdttt Murphy and David OCoon lL electriid the members of Division 4 with the eloquence Wedne day night Tbeyi Ae to the point and iqjisjadidLvahnlaThe member bi of the order now numbers 200000 a the money in the treasuries of the n aggregates about 11000000 a Irish society can make auoh s Bjnfctw HI sitar the New York State convention which will take place in June Mayor James McGuire heads the able committee making the effort in behalf of the Salt City President Keenan and Vice President Tim Sullivan are anxious that the mem bers attend meetings more regularly Matters of personal interest and benefit to Division 1 need their attention Division 1 of St Paul gave an open meeting last week at which there were officers and members from every division in the county present The programme was the best presented thus far this winterThe annual ball of the order in Phila delphia was the social success of the sea son in the City of Brotherly Love The grand march was led by Joseph Corrigac and Mrs Fitz and was participated in bj several hundred couples The Ladies Auxiliary of Roche- sterMlnmitlli pjutylastAycl d that was a pleasing success Like everything done by the ladies of the auxiliary their party left nothing to be desired for which they are receiving hearty congratulations Division 4 of Minneapolis entertained its members and friends last week wit an excellent programme President Mea gher introduced Rev Father Harrington who expressed himself as strongly pro Boer and said the Irishman who doesn wish success to the brave burghers i unworthy of his Irish blood There were a number of musical numbers and ad dresses by John Kennedy and I F Rice The Ancient Order of Hibernians o Lima 0 held a meeting last week a which it was decided to give an entertainment on Washingtons birthday tin proceeds to be donated toward the establishment of an ambulance corps for tin Boers Prominent speakers will be present Resolutions were also passed ex pressing sympathy for the Boers am copies were forwarded to Congressmai Gordon and Representative Adkins Company C Hibernian Rifles con ducted one of the most successful smoki talks in its history last week at its arm ory in Valley Falls R I A vocal in strumeutal and musical entertainmen was followed by a collation and speech making and a fancy rifle shooting exhibition by Major Joseph P Reilly Durinj the evening three friendly sparring bout enlivened the occasion State Presiden John F Quinn and County Presiden John Dillon were among the invitee guests IRISH GIRLS HOME TThe Directors of the Irish Emigran Girls Home have sent out an appea to the Irish race in America to help t pay the expenses of running this noteworthy charity which has done so mucl to aid the Irish emigrant girls Th present building is too small to meet al the needs of a hcnir soH is the intention of Father Henry the director t build a larger home which will be monument to the Irish race and memorial to Father Riordan the founder Subscriptions of twentyfive rents o more may besent to the Irish Emigrant Girls Home State street New Yon City WHAT TUB SOUTH IS DOING Coals to Newcastle A Soutlj Car line cotton mill importing from Egyp all the cotton it consumes in order tl manufacture yarn of a quality that ca not be made out of the American product In addition South Carolina last yea manufactured twothhds of all the cot ton produced in the State andattb present rate of progress she will manu facture aU of it and more within a ver few years thus ceasing to export her chief product andtfmporting it instead- 1o be exported again in the form of ij finished product whose manufacture ha meantime given work and waxes to thousands of Carolinian In the entire So the growth of cotton manufactures eon tioue to be phenomenal During tb month of January that section order 894910 wl UM Mid 6000 Mv looms a A cost of 000110U JOBr r r ltc PRINTINGE The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to- EE do the best of Job Printing such as LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDSENVELOPES ENVELOPESTICKETS DODGERS- All work executed promptly in firstclass style Give Ua Your Order and Help Us Gr- owKENTUCKYH f 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TERSlk Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET ItoYnTHOROUGH BgAHD OFTBABK UItalNara THIRO AND MAIN TS toIILOUISVILLE KY 1 Ground mustard mixed with a littte remoteetatrqCodon11d When grease in spilledon the kitchen I floor pow colt water upon it at once t This will harden it awl prevent it from soaking into the board J 1i 42E STREET E I t TRAINING Mod rtly troug Gait and water taken by tbe teaapoottfttl at intervabjdi it cure for catarrhalcold an4 aore throats Birinis that are out of shape may be beingtakeoM the bat under the iron