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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1I fDR fAMIDIRJ I SURGEON DENTIST 347W JEFFERSON ST Bet TkIrd aR4 POiIrth OffIce trours from 8 to 5 Sun sota II 8 24p L Will in Ills Honor at Large to the Great Irish Drama Rob ert PJmmet to Be to of Boor Hos pita Corps WHO ARE TO TAKE PART ULet no man write my epjtapb for as no man knows my motives nor dare now vindicate them let not nor asperse them Let them and me repose insilence ami my tomb remain till other days and other men can do justice to my character when my country takes her place among the notions of the world Then and not till then let my epitaph be written Such were the closing words of Robert f Euimets address to the jury on the day of his trial at the New Session House Dublin in the year 1798 over one hundred years ago and time has but added to their charm and beauty and year by year the memory of the Irish patriot is more and more honored Espe daily is this the case in our country where his name and fame are words in the homes of the of the Emerald Isle The Ancient Order of hold his and glory in high esteem and encourage the singing of his praise and of his noble and in order that the public and rising may better his life and death the of county have decided to his memory in a special manner this year For this purpose they are going to pro duce the Irish drama Robert Emmet or the Martyr of Irish Liberty at Masonic Temple Theater on Sunday I night March 18 in honor of St Patricks o day and for the benefit of the Boer bos rlat bi tts an1 s ctt l s nce on this day will be worn the sham rock of old Ireland So too will the shamrock be the binding link of the inasmuch as the stem shall represent the Ancient Order of a society of freemen loving freedom for all mcn One leaf shalllbe the memory of Emmet whose honor will be more honored the second leaf the proper and grand of the patron saints the third leaf assist ance to the Dutch nation far over the waters who are now so for liberty agaittst that t of freedom Great Britain The drama is a one the plot and climaxes being well worked up The plot is laid in in 1794 at the time of the and after Emmets attempt at freeing his coun try His being by Kernan ends with his in Dublin In 1798 I While the sense of the play is sad and serious the humorous side has not been and there is plenty of good rich comedy and cleverly brought out The has been actively at work for some time past and points to a of the play The character of Daniel OLeary the old Irish patriot will be in the hands of David the star of the Trinity stock company and a good actor Tom Kelly a young Irishman of fine ability will be seen as Patrick Dowdall the friend of Emmet The role of Kernan the traitor to the cause is deep and serious but in the hands of Joseph E Hill will be well He is a actor and adds much to the company S Topfall of the British army is a good character and will be cleverly by Martin who needs no to our readers I Darby OGaff who is going to start all the fun and most of the mischief will Joseph Copncy than whom no better selection could be made as he is a natural whose of Irish humor is of the highest type and sure to please Thomas who has not much to do will be played by Joseph Miss Adabelle Childress who is hand some and talented has been the character of Sarah Curran Emmets Miss Childress is the pos sensor of a beautiful voice and will pac tray the of the part in a manner Judy who is at the other end of the fun with Darby OGaff will give Miss Katie Barrett ample room to display her talent Her work has been most and the members of the company predict for her a grand success r The leading character of the drama Robert Emmet bring before the public talented and popular prank U and his for that role 1 ozs Th entire wilt be under fats direction which of itself assure a first clasti Other in tile cut are Member of the the local IriIh taW I = n t S 1 J- f r 7j f 0 r J = 0 CI KENTUCKY 1RiI AMERICAN VOLUME IVNO LOUISVILLE SATURDAYpEBRUARY 1900 PRICE FIVE CEN SAINT PATRICK Hibernians Celebrate Masonic Temple Company Present Proceeds Devoted Equipment THOSE prejudice ignorance uninscribed martyred household descendants Hibernians reputation eulogiums martyrdom generation understand Hibernians Jefferson commemorate celebrated Wifrtv celebration Hibernians observance dayand substantial gallantly struggling archenemy splendid Maynooth uprising portraying betrayed execution overlooked interspersed Hibernian Dramatic Company rehearsing everything splendid production OConnell popular portrayed splendid strength Sergeant presented Fitzgibbons introduction introduce comedian conception Corporal Jefferson assigned sweetheart feelinga splendid ODougherty preliminary satisfactory 1I18Ialla Cunningham selection important w1performance production Hiberaka Kafchta 0utary company among whom will be seen the following Capt Joe Breen Lieut J Hallahan Joe Taylor James Keane Tim J Sullivan Robert Mitchell Martin McNally P J Meehan Joseph Curran Mike OBrien John Dolan Con Hallahan Joseph Gushing Dan OKeefe Joe McCarthy Tim Riordan Tom Noon William Murphy Con Leban Tommy Keenan The following young ladies will also take part in the play Blanche Walsh Sarah OBrien Katie Delaney Maggie Carroll Mary Murphy Minnie Minogue Annie Kearney Rose Moran Ida Mitchell Bee Dillon Georgia Beatty The costumes will be an attractive feature of the performance The dresses for the ladles will be furnished by Miss Mary Goss of this city Col Meffert is having special scenery painted for this produc tion and the scenic effects and stage setting will be up to the Temples excel lent standard The celebrated dueling scene between f andfsensational both Messrs Hill and Cnn ningham being expert swordsmen having taken special lessons from practical fencing masters The play promises to surpass anything of the kind ever attempted here and combined with the worthy cause for which it is to be produced ought surely pack the Temple to its utmost capacity The general admission will be twenty five cents with ten cents extra for re served seats Tickets will be sold only at the theater box office 0 JASPER GREENS Famous Southern Irish MIII tary Company In the Boston Parade In the coming national parade to be held in Boston this spring the most not able body of men will be the Jasper Greens of Savannah Ga who will come on the invitation of the First regiment Ancient Order of Hibernians of Suffolk county At a recent meeting of the lat ter an invitation was extended to the Jasper Greens to take part in the parade and they have accepted The Jasper Greens is the oldest body of Hibernians in America Its history dates hack to 1776 and it was named after theJiV iitfi sGreens have been in continuous organiza tion ever since and are a regularly organ ized body of State militia They are attached to the Fifth regiment They dress in handsome uniforms of green and make a fine appearance Their commander is Capt Gleason They are a welldrilled body of men and have taken prizes on a number of occasions They will come to Massachusetts as a regular State company of militia bearing arms A requisition is to be made by the Governor of Georgia to the Governor of Massachusetts to allow them this privi lege and there is no doubt it will be granted They will act as an escort to Past President Patrick J OConnor of Savannah g MICHAEL DAVITT Will Go To South AfricaCan dldates for the Mayo Vacancy Michael Dayitt who resigned his seat in the House of Commons as a protest against Great Britains policy toward the Transvaal will start for South Africa next week In an interview with a repre sentative of the Associated Press in London last Sunday he said My resolve to go to South Africa has absolutely no political significance but my doctor or dered a change of climate and I am going where everybodys thoughts are centered to see and learn what every one wants to know about the unequal strug gle which has been going on since October No matter how the struggle ends it will raise the blgges international prob terns of this century in Europe while the varying fortunes of the combatants are certain to exercise a marked influence on the Presidential election in America Whether as a victor or vanquished Eng land is about to face a momentous crisis the political outcome of which mayrad ically affect the whole fabric of her e- mpireI intend to visit Cape Colony and the Transvaal and learn the real facts regarding the racial fight between the British and Afrikanders The final issue of the war will have to be fought out in the Transvaal and I hope to reach there before the great old President and the heroic little republic launches the blow which is to stagger humanity John ODonnell and Major John McBride the latter commanding the irregq lar brigade in South Africa have been denominated to fill the vacancy in the House of Commons for South Mayo caused by the resignation of Michael Davitt Irish NationaUIItua protest gainst the Boer warIThe lockout of workingmen engaged in the building trades in Chicago has tco1SJIdndtbOl who have been solicited to iMye jLouiiylile with the promiM ef regular employment an urged to remain here There 5s a temporary raapetuion of wprk pthat city it pres ent aad the contractors who iiuwg Q- utpw ratei d tQi ftbtMatthtJ y K OFO Degree of Knighthood Con forred Upon Sixty at Indianapolis Supreme Deputy Pat McArdloj Conducted tisoExemplifi- cation Work OReilly OConnor Sweeney Mooney mid Eagan Praised THE BANQUET WAS A MODEL ONE Last Sunday Indianapolis Council of the Knights of Columbus initiated sixty members into the order and the event will be long remembered by those upon whom the degrees were conferred There were two hqndred visitors present to witness the ceremonies from New York Chicago Cincinnati Louisville Fort Wayne Cleveland Columbus Lafayette and Terre Haute this city sending the largest delegation The first and second degrees were con ferred in the morning under the direction of Patrick McArdle of Chicago and the third by John Ward of New York The visitors and members were entertained at a banquet at the Denison House in the evening at which Mr A M Sweeney acted as toastmaster and eloqunt re sponse were made by Rev Father McCabe William Money of Cleveland and Hon Edward J McDermott of this city Father McCabes patriotic address was as followsThe Catholic American I never wrote a dictionary and I know little about the use of synonyms but I wish to say that Catholic citizenship and American citi zenship are one and the same thing There is no distinction between them Theyare united never to be divided Before this gathering of the flower of many cities I do not want to be misunderstood but take away from American history the names of those Catholic Americans who now shine on the pages of the nations story and what remains Upon the Am ricancitizenslrlThp ids t= i l American soldiers are patriots and it is upon their achievements that the des tinies of the whole world depend We may be expansionists or antiimperialists but we should never forget that we are American citizens There was a grandeur in the remark made by St Paul when he said JI am a Roman citizen but if St Paulwere here tonight he would say with more majesty than on that occasion I am an American citizen There is no prouder title outside that of child of God than that of American citizen Our doctrine is that the heart that does not love its country is too cold to dwell with God Our church and our country are entwined together in our heart They are married and there is no distinction between the love we owe one and the other I speak not to the gal lery gods I address myself to your intelligence Upon the Catholic of today depends the future of the nation We are here by ourselves and what is to be gained by mincing matters Alter all what is it that appeals to the conscience It is the church and its influences A politician once said the church was the thing that enabled those in control of the government to keep the laws unbroken and maintain the respect due to the nation I make no reference to the Irish Catholic the German Cath olic nor any other Catholic except the real American Catholic who is willing to do anything to further the interests of Ills country and church That the Louisville Knights had a good time goes without saying as can be gleaned from the following account over heard by our reporter The last of the Louisville Knights of Columbus delegation returned Monday evening on the Big Four from Indianapolis and to say that they were pleased with their reception and treatment is put ting it very mildly They were so to speak simply carried away with the mag nlficence of the degree work as well as the bounteous hospitality of the Indian spoils Council Sixty candidates were initiated into the beautiful work peculiar to this order and in a manner second to none ever given within the knowledge of those present The Indianapolis Knights are deserving of alt the bouquets showered upon them by their visiting brethren particularly Sir Knights OReilly OCon nor Sweeney Mooney and other prom nest members of that progressive council liThe personnel of the candidates was above criticism Grand Deputy Patrick McArdle of Chicago being in lila glory in the exemplification of the work that was assigned him He was ably assisted by Dr OKeefe also of Chicago Supreme Deputy John Ward and Frank Rosa of New York with a corps of expertassist ants gave the finishing touches to the degrpe work SOme of the candidate made good timber for Brother Ward versatile talents Brother Ross won the everlasting gratitude of Dennis Eagau a prominent citfwnt foctblkindness shown nfra during the w rkr tofUae candidate eveii the two undertakers were loud ic their pniMi of Wind and kq tltt bfttqott ent4Mthcese iJ r f Y House was a masterpfeaef of the caterers art Brother Cttlletfy srtainly knows what the inner man ewecially Knights of Columbus need uiost1 Rev Father McCwe of Indlanap olis delivered maMresponse to the toast The American CithoHc lrlion Edward J Mruott of Ours as usual dliiiugulshedjljiimself and did credit to old Kentuckyp response to the toast Higher Educifepn It was a masterpiece eloqueaeeand good hard sense Brother Q lnit Jpf Terre Haute also addressed the guefianilelectrified his hearers with his fier eloquence He was as warm as BrothenEagan Several of our Lounville ladies also graced the banquet witlj their beauty and presence A number pf the Louisville brethren derived some profit together with the pleasure all members enjoyed Fear of consequences ToSly prevents the meuhon of their nanite Let the guilty ones trembletheir conscience shall be their accuser Long litand prosperity to the Indianapolis Cocil Messrs Ward and Kgss who had been invited to this city as Hw guests of Lou isville Council were jcjSSpelled to return to New York City to fee present at the exemplification of the i9W fourth degree which was conferred 11200 Knights Thursday- S h f BARNEY tiLL Popular Candidate for County Treasurer of Clark Con ty Ind SPIRITUAL RETREAT ithFather Lamber Noted Missionary Mary i jfcwBf Mugrala rFather Lambert the notedand eloquent missionary priest will open a spiritual retreat in the Church of St Mary Magdalen Brook and College streets tomorrow morning at the 10 oclock mass which will be brought to a close the following Sunday The retreat is intended jis a spiritual preparation for the holy season of Lent and the principal feature will be a special course of conferences jot ladies and men During the week there will be mass and instruction every morning at 6 and 8 oclock The conferences foi ladles will begin tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock and will be continued daily at that hour Those for the men will be held at 730 oclock every evening and the men are specially urged to attendas i live questions will be ably discussed Rev Father Murphy feels deeply in terested in the mission and there is no doubt that his efforts will be fruitful of gratifying results rather Lambert is too well known to need any further introduction to our readers and those who can do so are cordially invited to visit St Mary Magdalens next week and hear him TOBACCO IN IRELAND Tobacco growing experiments in Ire land have been attended with great suc cess The plants flourish luxuriantly and the net profit per acre is about SOO- The product errs on the side of strength being twice as potent as the strongest tobacco sold and containing an abnormal proportion of moisture and nicotine A great difficulty surrOt1t1 the development of the industry arises from the necessity of excise supervision owing to the heavy duties ThiS new industry which has been mentioned in these columns heretofore know attracting much attention in Lotuleti VETERANS BUNION prelimlnary crate veterans rewnkm that will take place here next May are greatly encout aged with the cordial support received from the general public The subscrip Ions to the fund are Steadily increasing many being recciyedat the Commercial Club dally I peopleIArmy some years ago Mid allare Urged to do their hare sad iJwtsiWe make the reunion the gret 0L t Wrlwklt AQUINALVffiOI- The members of tip Aquinas Union witlheatldreaU night by James known young reputation of most finished orat nthesubject rf his discourse hat notyet been annouer4 but those who attend will feel gnat Aid after hearing him An unnstiMy food 1programme has been m nged for the sees s1ion and President lojin Crotty extends I cordial invitation t4 the friends of the Union Wrbe lWut 6Ai FRANKFORT Peace and Quiet Mark the Return of the States- Lawmakers 4 The Senate Presided Over by John Marshall and Senator Carter Detectives Still Without a Clew to Senator Gocbcls Assassin PERSONAL AND SOCIETY GOSSIP Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT KYM Feb 23Notwith standing all predictions to the contrary no trouble or bloodshed has marred the peacefulserenity that has prevailed in the little city among the hills Last week the return of the Legislature to Frankfort on Monday was looked forward to with apprehension as it was thought a clash between President Pro Tern Carter of the Senate and the de facto Lieut Gov John Marshall was inevitable But again the wise prophets with bloodwading tendencies were mistaken and the real and usurping officers sat sidebyside during the session of the Senate on Monday last the Democrats recognizing only Presi dent Carter while the Republicans recog nized Marshall who is laboring under the delusion that he is Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky Both gentlemen smiled and conversed pleasantly President Car ter wielded the gavel while Marshall was forced to content himself with using a small penknife The ratification of the action of the Legislature in deciding the contest in favor of the late Gov Goebel and J c W Beckham on Tuesday last first separately and then in joint session of the House and Senate assembled took away from the de facto Governor the last prop the usurper had to lean upon Even then he refused to vacate and says he will fight it out in the courts The true Democracy in Kentucky builded better than they knew when they selected as their regresentatives such men as Speaker 1Iipef Jii1iir tttve Campbell Clnfimroif Scolt Repr5 sentative Terrell of Trimble Senator Carter of Anderson President pro tern of the Senate and since Gov Goebels death Acting Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky Senator Welch a strong per sonal friend of the late Gov Goebel and Senator J E Allen the brilliant young lawyer from Lexington who has made one of the most zealous workers in the upper house and a member of the Goebel Taylor contest committee There is excellent Congressional timber in Senator Allen and it would not surprise his friends to hear of his entrance into the race next falland he would undoubtedly have a large following Col Percival Haley has made one of the most efficient Sergeant atArms of the House that the aforesaid body has ever had Perhaps no man in Kentucky has felt more keenly the mur derous assassination of the noble leader of Kentucky Democracy than has Col Haley a strong personal friend of the late Governor and closely associated with him during his memorable campaign and battle for the cause oflithe great com mon people of Kentucky No man is better able to judge of the many sterling qualities of that matchless leader and man of destiny William Goebel than is Col Haley who was Secretary of the Democratic Campaign Committee and State Central Democratic Committee Since the return of the Legislature the town has taken on a new appearance The detectives are still here and are liable to remain some time If they have dig covered any clew they have not yet di vulged it and are on a still hunt after the assassin of Gov Goebel In the meantine the usurpers on the Square continue to hold office pending the de cisions of the State Election Board and the courts Wednesday two more companies of soldiers came to Frankfort by order of cxAdjt Gen Collier who fol lowing the lead of his friend Taylor still refuses to vacate his office and allow Gen Castleman to take charge of same The Democratic and Republican attor neys have reached an agreement for consolidating the three injunction suits now pending affecting the offices of Gov ernor and Lieutenant Governor and for uniting in an effort to secure a speedy decision of the cases Under the agree went the consolidated cases are to be tried in the Jefferson Circuit Court by Judge Emmet Field and the pleadings are to be made by Tuesday February 27 or sooner if possible Upon appeal to the Court of Appeals all parties agree to unite in a request for an immediate hearing and a similar agreement covers any ap plication for a writ of error to the Supreme Court of the United States should either party Apply for such writ and If partieswillSupreme Court jID dqnce the case The military fin MJM duty here was again reduced Ifynidftr Two hundred were ordered h IIaagabonttlO for guard duty til n Miss Rose Slen het JU11 fr iu a visit to Louisville t- I John Sullivan wb l iS vbog his mother MM ettafll I IKitI iI +1 returned this week to her home in Anderson Ind She made many friends during her visit who regret her departure Mrs James Gibbons arrived home from Cincinnati this week after a pleasant visit with her daughter Miss Katie Mr Frank Heeney is now in the East purchasing his spring stock of staple and fancy dry goods Col J T McNamara of St Paul spent several days of this week in this city Ht left for Lexington Covington New port and Cincinnati on Thursday The opera that was to have been ren dered for the benefit of the choir of the Church of the Good Shepherd was postponed from February to April shortly after Easter Social events of all kinds have been indefinitely postponed D J M 1 MACKIN COUNCIL EUCHRE Mack Raldy Wins the Ken tucky Irish American Prize Over two hundred couples took part in the euchre given by Mackin Council las Monday afternoon and evening and a handsome sum was realized for the building fund Those present were pleasantly entertained and spent an en joyable evening There will be no more social functions by this popular organii zation till after Lent The prizes were numerous and elegant Mack Raidy won the Kentucky Irish American prize for which there was an interesting contest The following were also winners of prizes Mesdames Toe Kevin Weigelman Ulrich A C Prepho Bickle Clarence Zook and Misses Har ney and McAtee Messrs Brooker McNally Kline Jensen and Adams The officers and members wish to extend thanks to the following persons who donated prizes and assisted in other ways in making the affair a grand suc cess M J Gathof Bro Mrs Shelley Mrs Galway A Wagner Miss Rose Cunningham Mrs Prepho James T Shelley William Kerberg Mrs Patrick J Raidy Mrs John Dignan Mrs Ulrich Mrs Semonis William M Higgins and the Kentucky Irish American Mrs Thorpe and the Young Ladies Sodality of St Cecilias church S VICE PRESIDENT WOOD A Popular Soloctlon by theJJi i RttLop3 J D Wood who was elected First Vice President of the State Federation of Labor recently organized in this city was unable to accompany the miners delegation to the convention The na tional convention of the United Mine Workers of America being in session at Indianapolis at that time he was com pelled to remain there as he is President of the Kentucky miners Mr Wood highly appreciates the honor conferred upon him by the State Federa tion and will do all in his power to ad vance the movement He has great influence with the miners of the State having been elected SecretaryTreasurer of their district organization at its first meeting which office he held until elect ed District President He has always been elected without much opposition and he will certainly do much toward affiliating the miners with the State organization He is also a member of the American Federation of Labor and has taken an active part in the organizing of all wage earners S CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Preparing for the State Con vention to Be Held In Louisville There will be a great meeting at St Boniface Hall Monday evening of repre sentatives from all the branches of the Catholic Knights of America The prin cipal business to be transacted will be the reading of reports of subcommittees and the adoption of measures for the proper entertaining of the State Conven tion of the order when it meets in this city next September This convention will bring thousands of visitors to Louisville and the local branches have been hard at work for some months past perfectingarrange ments for the occasion that will be pleas ing to all Ad yet no demand has been made upon the general public to render any assistance but many will no doubt respond liberally should they be called uponThe meeting promises to be a large and busy one as interest in the affair is in creasing daily or PACKING HOUSE NOTES The friends and relatives of Mr and Mrs Louis Kriel of 1329 Story avenue will be somewhat surprised to hear of the arrival of twin boys at their home last Sunday night Both mother and babes are doing well while Papa Kriel is busy day and night receiving congratulations and callers The proud father Iis the popular drummer for the Louisville Pack ing Company Will Whallens numerous trips out Preston street of latet are attracting the attention of his fellowwwken at the plaatWithorcrbtard jziring lisle bit oj adric Look eat Will CkaiivMte Dm sever m theWed at 2 it dellverr MAD BAli Telephone JEFFERSONVILLE 11 Hibernians Have Passed the Century Murk rind Are Still Booming Ringing Resolutions of Sympa thy anti Support for the Bravo Boors Will Keep Open House for Their Friends on St Patricks Night MICHAEL CAMPBELL FOR TRUSTEE Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jeffersonville held the most enthusiastic meeting in its history Tuesday night at their new hall In the Pfau building all the leading Irishmen of the city being present Every chair was occupied when President Will Reilly called the meeting to order and the announcement that the division had passed the century mark in membership elicited warm applause Three new members were initiated Messrs John B Murphy Sr Charles Kerrigan and John B Murphy Jr and several applications were received and referredThe cause of the Boers was discussed after which Messrs Dennis Gorman Barney A Coil Martin Fogarty John Kenney and William Reilly who had been appointed a committee for the pur pose presented the following ringing resolutions which were unanimously odopted Whereas England in hergreed of gold lust of empire and a thirst for revenge is waging an unjustifiable war against the Dutch republics of South Africa for the purpose of depriving the Boers of their liberty and the sacred rights of selfgov ernment and- Whereas England instead of removing the distrust and unrest in South Africa caused by the clumsy diplomacy of Chamberlain and repressing the mis chievous organizations beaded by that colossal grabber and manipulator Cecil Rhodesahe uses these baneful forces f- oracci1t pereri nTg loving o people of the Transvaal and Orange Free State therefore be it Resolved That we the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Jefferson ville mdas citizens of the Land of the free and home of the brave a land that produced Washington and a Lin coIn express our sympathies for the Boers in their gallant fight for their lib erty their God and their country and we also express the hope and belief that the right which in this war is altogether on their side shell in the end prevail Resolved That we protest against the seizure of American food supplies in tran sit to a neutral country as an act of inhu manity and a breach of international law Resolved That we deprecate the action of Canada in sending troops to defeat the Boers and we are opposed to any part of this continent being used as a base of operations for the conquest of a free nationResolved That we are emphatically opposed to any AngloSaxon alliance believing the same to be against the tra ditious and sentiments of the people of this republic Resolved That the Hibernians of Clark county Ind take steps to raise funds for the maintenance of the Boer hospital corps and to provide for the loveaones of those who may fall as martyrs before the dum dum bullet and the lyddite shell Secretary John Kavanaugh of Division 3 of Louisville was among the visitors and upon behalf of the County Board of Jefferson county cordially invited the Jeffersonville brethren and their friends to witness the presentation of Robert Emmett for thebenefitof the Boers on the night of March 18 The division decided to give a compli mentary social entertainment to all Hibernians and their friends on the even lug of March 17 St Patricks day at their hall and will give a hearty welcome to visitors from Louisville and New Albany The affair will be in good hands and enjoyable time is anticipated Great interest is felt among the Hiber bernians in the race of Barney Coil their State Treasurer who is a candidate for County Treasurer of Floyd county His opponent is Rube Daily the newspaper man who is now making a can vase of the county with a phonograph Mr Coil is a well known business mane wn0e integrity and qualifications eminently fit him for the position and his popularity with all classes should Insure ills nomi nation and election Michael Campbeil another yell known Hibernian has announced himself as otIJeffersonvilietownshlp I I 114r Edward Tracy pf Indlbwas re visiting relatives this w ilr 1 1 I Peter Goss brother of Maitim Qqw I wheIin ddfbttBlrmDrl 0 firyto recover v r Ernest Tracy has Meowed Jkom His recent severe spellof aiCkIttd bill J IJ dany friend are glad to see him out again Messrs Richard Flood and John Hogn are both still confined to their homes by iltew J fT VVJB r JCJ TUQKVJ Ia AMERIsw f3 IRISFIfiMERI6fiftaE 11111 1NNf11 ie Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans =VUXLLXAlU JVC XXIOOXN8 Pttli txr =SCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 =entered at the Louisville Poatotflco as SecottdClass Matter =AMi sa1l C llm lcatloasto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Streett 1LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1900 FACTS VS BOMBAST The cockney editor on the Cou rierJournal is resuscitated from spell of blues and breaks out in enthusiastic bombast over Gen Roberts relief of Kimberley With a long string of ifs he explains why English valor has not her fore resulted in success and this JnIbragging gets the better of him in his effort to rebuke the criticism of English prestige military re sources and prowess He ad lIit required this decisive movement of Lord Roberts to show the Conti nent that England could depend on her army and then he gives this hurrah to the galleries v The best evidence that England is as virile and strong a nation as she has ever been is in the demonstrations c of patriotism of which every newspaper tells the enthusiasm with which all classes rush into the army The proudest peer and the humblest cockney show the same eagerness to share in a c paign against a desperate and t foe in a tropical climate Such unanimity of devotion to their common country proves that Great Britain is still in the full flush the spirit with which she broke power of Napoleon still is the arbiter of Europe as Cromwell made herThis cockney has heretofore echoed the defi that England neither cared nor feared what the Continent or the world beside thought of the it lmrli South Africa But it required a UP demonstration such as that of Lo rdandj Roberts to prove to them that Eland could still fight that the monotony j of defeat at the hands of an insignificant force was not due t decadence of English valor or a 1lack of military strength that England j was not really scared lest sonieI o other power should step into the arena and give the coup de grace to English aggression Of course ittdoes not matter that the cockney of editor is at variance with Lc Rosebery and others who in the British Parliament openly declared that the very existence of the em1l p reif in danger and can only saved by a larger and more th pughly armed and disciplined army and navy But perhaps Roseb refers to the Boers and not the Continent as the foe threatening the existence of the empire Theenthusiasm with which all1 classes rush into the army disagrees of with the admission of Earl1 Landsdowne Minister of War thatatt the volunteers and yeomanry Eng lands vaunted reserve force is the undrilled without officers arms i equipments uniforms useless andlI wholly unreliable in the emergency threatening the empire and thatt the recruits Differing are not of the class for effective service nor suffinc dent in number and that the blacks and other natives in the coll I ouies must be armed or conscription resorted to But a little difference 0 of views like this does not matter The unanimity of devotion to Gen their common country may be POur but not strong enough for the Ministry to demand and insist the on what they declare is necessary J the authority to increase the army t on a permanent basis and the grant and of enough money to do sobutStI- 1aa only pleaded for 13000000 was awl the enlistments under thee emergency and this was only the granted after days of emotional beseeching by the Government and the subjection of itaKistoquestioning and croMguettipaiag soon indicating reluctance rather than Boer enthusiasm devotion and tmftoitn + ity But it proven OtttOnwt Britain and is still in the full flush of the spirit with which she broke the po didliSnothing but talk in the struggle NapoleonLordvictory so sistently claimed by EnglandI I which broke the power of Napo EaghenI spirit timely arrival and irresistible attack of 30000 fresh German troops under Blucher But what does the CourierJournal cock hemilsHey care history But England still is the arbiter of Europe Not according to dictionary definition of the word The powers of Europe iignore England as if she were not on the except when she suggests or pro tests and then they snub her in stead of respecting her claims orin rights they are disregarded and trampled upon The steady ad vance of Russia into Turkey Persia China to the very border of India with her railroads military stations troopsilyup selfwhere fying of naval stations on the Asiatic coast even in Chinese territory i 1 the progress of Prance in occupy Burmeseterritoryhetroops war ships andc supplies and fortifying Madagascar ports uncomfortably near to Eng lands coveted African empire drreby RussiaI France Germany with concessions to Belgium Holland and the Uniteda Statest and England left out s xlSSSikteailtH i j r itlie J de 1n enc lift eshprftffoff insolence of Holland Turkey even Norway toward sinngto Journal cockney being slightly mistaken about England being the meoEurope- On the contrary sum it all from the trend of affairs for quarter ofa century the reallling facts as to the situation and condition l of Englands power and esj tige abroad the unfriendly attit rival their active milit thrrdpreparations andaggres sive movements in the vicinity Englands colonies the discontent teenbordering on revolt in her colonies toethreatening theBiers orconsequent depression of financi altomercantile and industrial affairs defcrylossinb business lack of employment in tensified by the killing and wounding of relatives and friends in war and the prospect of a further burdenI oppressive taxation to pay for it finding expression in the warnings appeals of prominent English men recently All this shows that it thoughtful English people fully realize England is no longer lithetia arbiter of Europe and that they fear unless there is a change in the shall management and policy of her Gov eminent she may alas too soon belithe arbiter of her o destiny ness lROBEIYIS DECISIVE BLOWsin Gen Lord Roberts advance was across Madder river r the retreat of Cronjes Boer forces aban recall Boning the siege of Kimberley the are relief of that city by the English his chase of flying squadrons of cavalry mounted infantry and lighti his artillery to capture Cronjes army till Bloemfontein the Orange Free world capital that Cronjes army home surrounded and could not did ape that Jdabert had abandoned siege of Ladysmith wad was rushing his forces to the aid of Crouje that Gen Buller lied again recrosaed the Tufela and would relieve Ladyainitn that ttie array was errorsI nd till scattered and their complete defeat theo the cod of the war waa MAT tt r hand with English valor redeemed and British supremacy in South Africa establishedthese reports and surmises set London and the cockneys in this country wild with rejoicing and boasting AlaslI There came five daysI of no news from Roberts Rejoic ing was succeeded by apprehension and suspicion of a Boer trap then came the news in home thic doses but all bitter in spit the censor Cronje with a surpris ingly large force pounces upon army of Gens MacDonald and Knox and after three days fl g ing forces them to retreat with warykilled and wounded Gens Knox toathetiUarmyper under comes the no standoutosi plishboas abandoned by Cronje1 bas reinforcing his army part of berts forces from around Lady smith are joining Cronjef but Bul r finds enough remaining in toryi pregnable positions to prevent reinheforcements are reported coming CronjeJ from north west and sot Capemap 01the ony English provost guards fears of an advance by Joubert and an uprising Cape Colony prevent the rein forcing of Roberts by Buller others even were the way open which it is not indications pointt Roberts relief of Kimberley being a repetition of Bazaines relief of SMetz in the FrancoGerman warI the besieging forces openedIj the way for Bazaines army cl their lines again forcing him r 60000 men into the beleagured city which was soon starved iintol 1 surrender Roberts position i even worse his force is scattered detailthe I iven into Kimberley at which place there are no stores of supplies as at Metz Then correspondents Cape Town report to the War Olflcetha tthe w insteadt fof be Ssa anear an end even should RoD begundce the Boers would only be for change of base concentrating their forces and more reinforce nts from England will be needed precursortip ofto Betheruses of suppressing facts minimiz of reverses reporting British sue to 1cesses promising new and effective appealsud to patriotism payment of bounty and eats of conscription having failed tofrespond to the call to arms has issued a personal appeal1 all especially the old retired sol to enlist at least for a ye uphold the empires prestige aada1 end her throne Its reallytooI d foMrtoria inn published interview makes serious charges against the English censors and our State De partmentthat his official com of muuications were delayed and tthat was with the connivance of our than Government because of a secret al who with the British Government J ninel- i I Whether or not this is true we soon know since it will be only thoroughly investigated by C an- igress Mr Macrum however demmit tintwt for so trustworthy a positi Consul and the greatest mistake the matter our Government made vaal sons in appointing him which is guns somewhat palliated by his prom If Mr Macrums charges true relative to interference with official citrresPondeacerhis dut required that he promptly inform Government instead of waiti he leisurely traveled round the and by the fongest route to reach duke Then his assertion that he and not know of his removal but thought he was simply on leave of absence killtofrom his post shows him j i ryjdoeIefactuthekepghe learned of his rem vat and gall instead of filing his ctomplaint 1VOand1 he violates ill rales of statecraft by an abusive statement in the news papers detracts from its sincerity and truth ijicates that he is prompted rather by spite than any regard for the public welfare and justice and again emphasizes his unfitness foray position of trust in State matteryr andtIpaThe EnglihI House of Cotrmons ofethe Irish evicted tenants bill Wednes yetheAttorney Generall for Ireland stated btthat evictions were becoming 1 each year thenumber for the past ear being 454 The bill was the relief of the unfortunate ten nts who have been unjustly deprived of their homes and lands thand this action of Parliament again amps England the worlds great est oppressor idesIf there isany truth in the iititi 1oumations of manufacturing t mony influencing juries and coo officeiofficials mutilating and alter ISof public documents and misuse ofr public blank forms and seals as al toleged by the respective newspapers there is likely to be an exodus to portshewhen the affairs of government same their KenRtackytt orWe regret to announce the retirement from business of Mr E toNugent the well known Fourth avenue dry goods merchant His business careei was a long and hon orable one Brought to close b old age his friends sympathize withed him in leis changed circumstances vithGeorge M Davie one of the leading men ers of the Louisville lastisl Thursday mor ling andsadI tare + wa aawee a a hai adcnnati C AFF a NiM I Washington jlftoI have something andfnm i IfisTurkish Minister AH Ferrouh Bey adhereljdhis country not the least of which is that no man must look on the face of a woman A latticed entrance to their apartments will secure the utmost privacy these ladies nd to those American Thethey his manners and earjiestly desires the ladies Washington iincluding Mrs McKinley caUon his wife Tbua will the harem theme of Eastern song and story the lustrous black orbs of whose secluded beauties are forbidden ever to gaze on any man but their sovereign be transplanted till right into the heart of the nationI AH Bey is said to be a great favorite of the Sultan and very wealthy thesAdvices from Munich tell us that at in willj Playbe tirldj that In 1633 the Village was desolated by pestilence caused by the wars of Gus tavus Adolphus Its ravages were stayed perform rever This yearit wilt be presea toeveninga cost of 50000 i tf 4 Following the example of the Boer women who arenoted marksmen anEnglishConnaught arc forming regiments and Supposedlytheythose of tie blooded young men for so gallantly marched to war but the failed to march back again The feral lost nobility of course ell wish to be be commanders Theyare for dress parade They Their costames are said to be helmoet a cap + tkrd a sort of comp between he two Altogether tare beYsitespoken of M tverj chic and evens ntouonpt on taa gificent horses HThodifferent the haest women of the Trans Urged oa by the example of tbelrbel husbands ad fathers they fill tthe her carry the lurches to the rancb faPI or botheadThose clogandaVe Irene saYheDocks archenemy off Lash rights ngmanAll Europe kikiiij of the courtship marriage of fnnz Ferdinand Arch vocal and heir tIe the throne of Austria Hungary aH of which he has botl10Yriatwidowi himself bcciu e lie could not mar the woman W1JovedIlranzFenU tug WM nurrfid three tnontlw ado to friend Cnotck ray royiil decree it WM ecret Hotbatft hm become Perlin iviW true knightly antlyhu red forever his pro qWbatof bit s of A Itlr 5M CONMIITOBAK Kami S0Gi re Miss Anna McGill has returned f New York City Joe Russell Jr has returned t Columbia where he was visiting friends spendIng Comfort Eddie Keiran who has been quite ill for several days was able to be out again sterday Miss Daisy Martin left Sunday for New weeksesswith friends repretorseated in New Orleans during theca rul val week festivities Miss Blanche Price who has been vis icing friends in this city has return I her home in New Hope George A Burke and wife are in New Orleans where they will remain till after the Mardi Gras festivities Miss Harriet and Madge Daly of New tiYork are the guests of Miss Castleman severalts Stingquite ill the past week is reported much Improved Miss Lottie Halle one of Virgin most attractive and accomplished society belles will remain here two weeks longer with Miss Anita Muldoon reMrs Paul T Monarch entertained the Monday Afternoon Euchre Club at her home Monday The affair was made very enjoyable by the charming hostess thisBMcKierMThe fair visitor was a pleacantdayreception by her hostess and friendsTh Miss Rena Lee entertained the Thurs hornYeinhick I supper tv was spread was the feature of the even ingi James McMeekin and wife and D i J McMeekin are among the Louisvillians who left this week for New Orleans tThey will remain until after the Mr Gras celebration TThomas Dolan who was called to Cin last Monday to attend the funeral of James Green his brotherinlaw who was killed in a street railway accidentrarrived home yesterday Miss Josie OBryan who has been illA Jsi J rep much r ti ttllsareuPpfi f11 tl at tbfIIliN YFat i againAi The choir of Holy Trinity church New Albany gave a most enjoyable musicale Thursday evening The programne was under the direction of the organist Mr George Ruffner of Louisville The wedding of Miss Nettie Logsd tAhisand VdayFlargeSingI Mr and Mrs Michael Halloran nee Crenghwho are spending the i rhoneySmoony in New Orleans will not return the latter part of March when they willreceive their friends at their newL home 1825 Bank street Miss Katherine Meehan will return March from cIbeenstay in the Windy City she was honored with numerous receptions and theater parties andwon much admiration by her grbeautyMaster Tommy Kellys young friends assembled in large numbers Tuesdayne at the home of his father Martin Kelly Missouri avenue Jeffersonville 1rhonor of his tenth anniversary The j will long remember the happy occa Mr and Mrs Patrick J Raidy of 2540 West Main street left Wednesday night New Orleans where they will witness I Mardi Gras festivities Mr Raidys of friends hope that his health may benefited by the change of climate will spend several weeks in th0soon noSouthare avenuero has ther returned from Birmingham Ala win f went to attend the CoyLill Nol wedding While there she was hand somely entertained by Mrs William rnton sad a number of theater par and entertainments were given in honor liss Annie Dickey of le entertained a crowd of friends at on Broadway last Tuesday night present were Misses Sadie a udpopular Corcoran Annie B Malker Annie ment Sadie Logan and Sallie Brushmonia IaEdward and Tom Garden Miss Dickeys from and instrumental solos were much Ll appreciated by those present Is IUyboth Je Iouisfvillesociely circles were united in war thisat the Church of the Sacred He afternoon Rev Father Wa1 performing the ceremony After recei the congratulations of a hoot tbey laf c for an extended SootT fbeorrchiwbelitheyIna1will J 11riIt airyWedaesdayeCtiairyWedaesday morning at the home keep the brides parents in OwingsrWe iaa HU Sheehaa and tUaaj KdMll were Mag j + TtVeguerperformingthe bride is the handsome daughter Mr and Mrs Daniel Sheehan and one of the most popular young ladies in that section formerlyotnsome ago removed to Owlugsville where he Is en silversmithom MargaretWybmntWednesday evening at St Patricks church The bride is a wellknown and popular young lady of New Albany and many of her friends were present to wit nets the ceremony Her husband is en gaged in business on Main street Miss Kate Wybraut was the maid of honor while Charles Lynn officiated as best man They have gone to housekeeping at 2541 West Main street where they are I at home to their friends Miss Helen Armstrong and Robert Newman were united in matrimony Thursday evening at the Dominican performeing the ceremony The lovely bride received the congratulations of o host of friends who regret her departure from this cityi After their marriage the happy couple left for New Orleans where they remain until after Mardi Gras when t I will return to Cincinnati the home the groom and go to housekeeping ifton Heights Charles F Madden formerly of New Albany now serving in the United St army is suffering from a severe iliac contracted while on duty in the Phi l i pine Islands For the past year he insurgentsIImany narrow escapes from bullets of the enemy While on march in December he was taken ill as the climate of the Philippines vented his recovery it was necessary remove him to the United States treatment It is to be hoped that under the influence of his native clime he may be soon restored to health The select hop and social given by ichael OHearn at Nortons Hall T evening last was a decided sure e affair was one of the most brfili and enjoyable of its kind given this sta son The prizes were won by Miss Mayme Marrs and M John Monahan and Miss Mayme Cavanaugh and John Nolan Those who took part were Misses M ElsiReagan Cavanaugh M Owe K Feusner L Marrs O Willis M MdlCooper Kahler Messrs M OHearn E OHearn W J Clark W P Hall W F Hyland J Garrihan P Glenn W Glens B Pendleton F Mooney T Swift J Monahan E Mc I Gill J Nolan P Naughton Mr Thomas Garvey and several others delightful surprise party was ten dered Miss Carry Schreiber Monday even ing at her home on William street Th- present osIe r were Ditsses Nelhead K t e Sauer Nor h taverD1Uto A bier Nei Horning Delta and Sherlie Tatum I n Mayme and Irene Sauer Bertha SmithI i Mary Walter Emma and Dora Kraus and Katie Schreiber Messrs John and Will Schreiber Alexander and Ernest Walter Thomas Maxwell Charles and A Augonust Lang Louis Robert Stafford Henry and Jake Allis Layer John Freg GeolarJames Flynn Eddie Dorn Philip Cliff Metcalf George Stang Jake 1Walter1 and Mr Philip Sauer- WASHINOTONS BIRTHDAY itLascity year in commemoration of the immortal George Washington were those at the Cir High School The feature of the pr was the presentation of the one drama CtThe Boston Tea Party It p sented by Misses Katie Galt Miller Raggio Amy Dreifus Elizabeth Sauter Grace Olmstead Kanna David Zilpaab Leatherman Corinne Dreifus and Lula Miss Lucy Higgins captivated the audience with her recitation of the Quarrel Between John Dull and His Son Jonathan It which gave manifestations of 4 sympathy for the Boers in South Africa UNOINs jLaborj 151 at Decks Oall Several new unions 15 expected to send delegates and fur =action may be taken concerning t tire j itan portant matter to be considered will be GJarcwabandoned the United Trades and Labor Assembly President Fuchs requests the FIpresenceFIREMANherWilliam Hartigan a well known and member of the local fire daps died Thursday morning of pneu at the residence of his sister Mrs Kinney GISEast Washington His illness and death resulted exposure while working at the A derkrang Hall fire iuDecembe He survi vd by his nlother and three si who feel keenly the loss of a du son and affectionate brother His took place from St Johns char morning and the services wet sorrowinartg 11ofhomas J Calkban ahuatliog youKff Kredpace ftor Hi older competitor to up with hiI energetic lnultiua way + Pri ioe and Moreroan are at 662 Wet nolia avenue TJ I LE THEATER W H MEPFERT MANAGER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY- IN The Immortal Goethes Grand Spectacle with Effects FAUSTMatinee aud50cBUCKINGHAM WEEK COA1MENCINO SUNDAY 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111 C JUUtD1 1rr PIaMr 1xrhAtI Oral P1orAgrMC WM H CXVLQB j Meet Gent Paw at- Lo 7M IRISH 8SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda SecretaryPeterCusick132Twentieth TreasurerJohn MuUoy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Cavanaugh Financial SecretaryNoJ Sheridan 2018 Lytle street- TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice Recording SecretaryJohn J Grogan Financial Secretary George Flahiff 420 East Gray street TreasurerHarry Brady- DIVISION 6 Meets TuesdayEvenings CunninghamVice Recording SecretaryL J Mackey 6161ThirteenthTreasurerM J McCarthyr DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings President Din Walsh Vice President John Winn FlynnFinancialI TreasurerJohn McBarro- nIRISHAMERIOAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstVice D Claire PresidentMWMurphyRecording ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn SentinelTimothy Lyons BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corny Seventh 8t and River CITY TICKET oriuc No J18 Fourth AW- m j QATXS General Agett Leads tflt Xy MgrWARRNCmONMATS 0 COUNTY BOARD President Aliirpliyft Report of xlie Standing of the Hibernians Stnto and County Officers to Consider Representation at Boston William Mcolmii Fleeted to Succeed Secretary John Grogan SYMPATHY FOR THE BRAYE BOERS The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met in special session at Hibernian Hall last Tuesday eveningand transacted a large amount of business every division being well represented County President Murphy occupied the chair and Lawrence Mackey was apt pointed Secretary pro tem owing to the absence of John Grogan The committee having in charge the arrangements for the celebration of St Patricks day re ported everything working well The indications point to the realization of a handsome sum which will be forwarded to the National Ijzecutive Board for the equipment of the Boer Hospital Corps It was also announced that invitations had been forwarded the Lfederkranz and other German societies to participate The county officers submitted their reports of the standing of the order in this jurisdiction which contained much interesting information and valuable suggestions regarding work for the fut ureThe representatives of Division 1 noti fied the board of their intention to give an entertainment or excursion the date not yet decided upon which was con curred in The committee under whose auspices Rev Father Sheehy recently lectured here made a most gratifying report and the members were accorded vote of thanks for their excellent work Secretary John J Grogan who has proven a most efficient officer requested the board to accept his resignation as his business engagements rendered it impossible for him to longer perform the duties of the position The resignation was accepted and President William Meehan of Division 2 was elected by acclamation to succeed him The question of representation at the national convention to be held in Bos ton in May was discussed at considerable length and the matter was finally referred to the State and county officers- who itlhnteehhereanddecidetupanthe ll number that Kentucky shall send X r President Tom Keenan invited the County Board to attend the next meeting of Division 1 The invitation was upon motion accepted Frank Cunningham made one of the strongest appeals yet heard in behalf of the struggling Boers appealing to all Americans and Irishmen to aid them in their gallant fight for liberty and freeing them from the shackles of England the outrageous bully of the world Upon motion Messrs Frank Cunningham William Meehan and William M Higgins were appointed a committee to draw up resolutions expressive of the feelings of the members of the order They presented the following which met with unanimous approval Whereas The Boers of South Africa are fighting for their liberty and right against the robber nation of the globe whose motto has been robbery persecu tin and tyranny and Whereas The cause of the Boers is just and they should be assisted in their efforts for freedom from England whose wars have been waged against weak and defenseless people for greed of gold and territory therefore Resolved That we extend to the gal lant Boers our sincere sympathy in their noble struggle for liberty they having shown by their bravery in battle their set tled purpose to win or die in the strug gle which has enlisted the sympathy of deservingofResolved That in the name of liberty sacred always Americans we denounce the action of England the bully among the nations fresh from the International Peace Conference in arrogantly attack ing the sovereign rights of a free people and attempting to enslave them Resolved That we ask the liberty lov ing citizens of all nationalities to aid our County Board in the effort to raise funds for the Boer hospital corps andrequest their attendance at the periormance to be given at Masonic Temple for that worthy purpose on Sunday night March 18 Resolved That copies of these resolu tions be presented the Kentucky Irish American and the daily papers for publi cationThe sensation of the day in Hibernian circles was the rumored consolidation of Young Mens Division No6 with Divis ion 1 the two being the youngest and oldest respectively in the city While no definite action has been yet taken it is safe to assert that Division 6 will soon be merged into the older ones Its members are becoming old and can not well longer lay claim to the title of Young Mens Division Owing to the fact that the average age of the membership of the other divisions does not exceed theirs this is advocated by many as the wisest course to pursue The next meeting of the board will be held early in March APPftOXIAUTW Pint Wife KM you any idea what your husbands incotao IPOJ Second Wifooh moat anywhere beI twtta I sad 8 oclock inhe morn I IinBalltou C I cY THEATRICALS The Temple Theater Stock Company will next week appear again in Faust the magnificent production of which cre ated such favorable comment some weeks ago Owing to the universal demand for its reproduction Col Meffert has at last consented to put tlti great play on again and it will be given more elaborate and finished presentation if possible Robert McWode will be the Mephisto and Miss Rodgers will appear as Marguerite James Brophy again taking the part of Valentines These artists will be seen to thebest advantage and will be ably supported by the entire company The electrical and scenic effects will be gorgeous particu larly the famous revel on the Brocken and the garden scene Those who have not witnessed the Temple company in Faust should take advantage of this opportunity as their presentation of the play is equal to any yet seen in a local theater r Next week the Byrne Brothers will appear at the Avenue Theater with their latest edition of the new Eight Bells The Byrnes are rfamous pantomimist THE ELOPEMENT1 artists who enjoy an international rep utation as funmakers whose work is simply marvelous It said that they are able to prolong laughter during the whole evening and not have it pale for an instant Their portrayals of the agile the incrediable and the humoresque are unique and originali May Howard Americas qUeen of bur lesque and her company will be next weeks attraction f the Buckingham This organization will be pleasantly remembered for its excellence on its former visit when it played to large and well MAY HOWARD pleased audiences at every performance and so decided a hit did it make that u return engagement was immediately ar ranged The company remains almost composing bers have been addwj which make the practically dances have been scattered throughout the performance leaving of course the most popular portion of the bill Among these are the myriad Dances of Eulalie her ability ranking from a rag time step to a toe dance and from the dance du ventre to the most artistic character dance Miss Howard has also retainedI her laughable burlesque on Zaza the Three Musketeers and the Roman Drama The olio Embraces new and fcovel features introducing many of the leading artists on the vaudeville stage CHIEF TYSON BETTER Assistant Fire Chief Tyson who has been seriously illat hls home on East Jefferson street for the past week as the result ofa congestive chill contracted from exposure while at a recent fire is reported much better and his physicians say he will be able to resume his duties iu another week ThtB will be welcome news to his many friends and the entire department IRISIIAMERIC N SOCIETY The meeting of the bore organization next Thursday nigh will be an impor tant one Measures iiil be introduced looking to the canv OB of the city for hew members The e will be quite a number of candidat i present for initiation and a full attend ice of members is requested by the officers who will haven ew propositions of vftalI finterest to sub mit WHAT A BRIM FACES Every young WOBIM who becomes a wife at eighteen to eatyfive years of age has a right to expect forty years housekeeping For j 15 days in every year three times a da r there are hungry stomachs to be filled utd capricious palates to be gratified The blushing bride at the altar hat beifofo krthe practical OOOmea1aAdd therhouse aCb dem ofuMe may meet and it u i tar to see that the belects bas a tyolcM task with 00 chance ofjgoiq strike NUGENT QUITS Retirement From Business ofIWell Known Dry Goods Merchant Misfortune in Old Ago After a- Long and Honorable Career His Business Had Been Going Down For Over Three Years RECEIVER HAS BEEN APPOINTED The announcement this week of the retirement from business of E B Nugent the wellknown Fourthavenue dry goods merchant and the sale of his entire stock to Herman Straus came as a sudden sur prise to the many friends and patrons of that wellknown establishment Mr Nugent had conducted his immense store for many years and his career has been an unexctionally long and honorable one Three years ego he was burned out and again last year and these misfortunes coupled with his advanced age operated heavily against him That his business had been gradually falling off was generally known From the best sources it isilearned that his assets are about 63000 and liabilities olny 24000 To offset the latter thereare open accounts aggregating that sum and should these prove collect ible there will remain a handsome sur plusSpeaking of Mr Nugents retirement and the causes leading thereto Book keeper Merimee who had been for years with the house and was employed at the time of the sale of stock and closing up had this to say The old gentleman simply wouldnt give up the management of the business which had been going down rapidly for the past three years He stood high in New York because his honesty was recognized but on account of his advanced age his cradit had suffered somewhat He is a fine old man and has many friends who are sorry to see him lose out after a long and in the main successful business career For several days Mr Nugent has been cnnfined to his home on Third street by illness But this did not prevent oertain creditors from appealing to the courts for the purpose of having him declared a bankrupt Judge Evans has since appointed a receiver who has taken charge of the store and fixtures Zack Phelps Mr Nugents attorney states that idsclient will pull through all tig- htandatthe creditors wi lose anythingThis has always enjoyed a large share of the IrishAmerican trade and its suspension leaves only two now doing business in IrishAmerican names in the city William Lynch on East Market stree and D J Coleman on Portland avenue LOUISVILLES GREAT CATHEDRAL The amount of really good music to which churchgoers are frequently treated is as a rule insufficiently appreciated Many criticise and find fault with the soloists or choir singers when in reality praise alone should be given Masses for instance are such great overwhelming floods of harmony that only students or masters can well criticise them The difficulty of learning these various parts perfectly is great Persistent conscien tious labor is required Then if the organ dpes not meet all requirements or the church is small apd poorly arranged accoustically much of the grandeur of the oratorio is lost None of these defects obtain in the Cathedral of the Assump tion this city A lofty dome magnifi cent organ a master organist in the per son of Mr Joseph Chase a fine soloist in Mrs Annette Zoeller Hubbuch a good chorus lacking only in the absence of sufficient male voices all combine to fill the soul with religious fervor and drive dull care from the hearts of its worshipers This is the church preeminently of the city Many elderly persons there are who would seek homes more retired than those they possess only that they should be compelled to change their place of worship Their hearts first joy and latest sorrow were shared with their dear ones within its hallowed walls and they cling to the hope of their last mass being sung for them at its precious altar So each Sabbath or festival morning finds them here telling their beads or giving rapt attention to the sympathetic minors of Handel Haydn or Mozart as the occa sion prompts JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF i IM LAVLERS ONARO HII A SUPERIOR I c OJ3JCI OXOAJEC 1207 Wilt Main Street Louisville I THOMPSON CHIMNEY 00 General Brick LiaYing GftATE8ETTING- Cld ucey Cleaned New Grates Put Is NO DIRT ON FLOOR CItIacyiWeOMtcc 666 Third StPNeaeNo 3488 LOUISVILLE KY V MV SJBCIALTY IS PINE WHISKY JIMMOORES pr CE rrr- y It ara 1jt ts1 THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANHas 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 Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News 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 where to make their Saturday purchases JS L VT t iUtswill resinngPT3sv oV advertisers who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the ji CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Tradesff Unions of Louisville Y The suDscriDtton Price 1Y IS ONLY 1 PER YEAR IInvariably in advance and for this 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iig steadily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the 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 tj the Central Labor Union are as follows Whereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Centrall 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 II Resolved That the proceedings of this organization and all affiliated unions be communicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paperQ Q rsE 2 o aau Z tI2o22fS 2 2 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Hall Board will meet Tuesday President Hennessy expects all mem bers at the meeting Wednesday night The Hibernians of Connecticut are re ceiving many contributions toward the Boer hospital corps fund Division 8 of Cincinnati at its last meet ing adopted resolution appropriating handsome sum to support the Boer cause The convention of Irish societies of San Francisco for the celebration of St Patricks day elected Thomas Barry Pres identThe Hibernians of Dorchester Mass will celebrate St Patricks day by giving an Irish drama in Music Hall Fields CornersThe Hibernian Knights are making final arrangements for their excursion and trip to Boston Their meeting last night was an excellent one Sherman Hall St Paul is now under the management of the Catholic young men of that city and the Daughters of Erin gave the first grand social there last nightDivision 3 of San Jose Cal te busily engaged in making preparations for a grand celebration of St Patricks day with a parade in the afternoon and ex ercises at night Mrs John White of the Ladies Aux iliary of Division 2 of St Paul has been iirded the pinoffered by the Minnesota StateBoard to the ladybrr gingin the most members during the year The Irish Standard says tile Daughters of Erin of St Paul are the busiest bees in the whole community There was a large crowd at their progressive euchre last week and as usual everything was lovely Four members of the Harrington family of Pall River Mass belong to the order members of Division 14 Nine of the Higgins family belong to Division 1 of New Albany Ind with more to hear fromDennis J Mahoney and Miss Mary Welch led the march for the fourteenth annual ball of Division 6 in Monument Hall Charlestown Mass Over 300 cou pIes participated and the affair was a brilliant social success Emmets anniversary will be celebrated as usual by the Hibernians of St Paul on the evening of March 3 Hon T R Kane will be the principal speaker and there will be an excellent programme of musical and literary exercises Division 34 of Homestead held its first annual reception and ball at the Fifth Avenue Opera House Tuesday evening One of the amusing features was the music furnished by Irish bagpipes Prizes were given for the best reels jigs etc I Sherman Hall was packed last week at the annual ball of Division 1 of St Paul and what a time the merry dancers had with the wonderful impersonator Joe Kemp in the middle of the dance who imitated almost every nationality on earthThe Sheridan Guards of Roxbury Mass celebrated Washingtons birthday with a social requiring the two halls on Hampden street The members are mak ing goon progress and Capt Lyons expects to have his company second to none in the First Hibernian regiment in the coming parade The report that Division 7 of Spring field one of the strongest divisions in the country had been suspended by the Slate Board of Massachusetts pending a hear ing at the next annual convention caused great surprise among the members of the order in that State Insubordination is said to be the charge preferred Division 11 of Providence at its last meeting donated 125 toward the Boer hospital ship After the business session the members adjournedjto the main hall and a reunion was held which was at tended by a large number from sister civic and military divisions The Stat and county officers were among the guestsDivision 9ol St Paul gave x grated social at their hall last week at which the Daughters cf Kris surprised the boy and kept them busy eating and till the wee sins hours There ia n o use in talking soya the Standards report this division takes thenpen try in the way of gtttiog in ireKumbtrs and having a general good time at to meetings The local Hiberriaw are preparing to celebrate the aonivenary of the giarioa apostle of Ireland St Patrick whose children have carried the faith to tvery point of the compass that fait l 1sLks1 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e y wQ IIIIWIOUHbI1muuRb or In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerWIreland remains on the map and as long as any of her children existSyracuse Catholic Sun- Division 1 of Duluth are very jubilant over the happy culmination of the differ ences which existed for years among the Irish National party and have adopted resolutions congratulating the Irish members of Parliament on their action in uniting pledging their hearty coopera tion both moral and financial to the Irish representatives in the English House of Commons The resolutions were forwarded to Chairman Redmond The February meeting of the Steele County Board at Blooming Prairie Minn was made interesting by the initiation of Rev Father Murphy who delivered an eloquent address on Catholic fraternal organizations and particularly on Hiber nianism which was listened towith close attention StatePresident OBrien was sMt3 3se eFS mr ulc an appeal to allitostan 4 by each other and make the order amodel for others to follow h THE IIRJSH BOY The Irish boy to thewar is gone In Krugers ranks youll find him A freemans sword be hath girdedon And a Mausers slung behind him Oh Kruger deaf said the Irish boy Though all the world betray thee These willing hands thy rights shall guard And this fond heart shall praise thee u While the Irish boy is on thy shore Hell help to crush the stranger Hell sweep them hence for evermore And free thy lands from danger And then hell pray to God above That his courage Heer shall falter To guide him to the land he loves To Ireland oer the water How light the heart of the Irish boy From Krugers land returning His patriot heart iisjffull of joy And for Irish freedom burning No tyrant gold shall bribe his soul Though much he may be needing For his countrys hagra green and gold And freedoms call lies heeding V Dublin Nation MERRY CROWD m Had an Enjoyable Time at the Social and Dance of Division 2 W The last social uchre and dance of the season at Iliberaian Hall under the auspices of Division 2 brought out a large number of friends of the officers und members wucT spent a most enjoya ble evening President WilhsMeeban John Barrett John Mooney jjoa Keaney Thomas Camfield and 0wRKeirau composed the reception cowMittee and after the games and between the dances they served delicious refreshments with the utmost generosity They were assisted by as lovely a levy of youug ladies as was ever seen in that hall Miss Hattie Fritz of Slevin street- captured the India U prize a beautUUlhat- pin while Richard lull won the gentle mens prize an e eganf pair of cuff but tons Had the wii tier been a Hibernian magnificentepinDancing was iiduJged In tilla late hour aldDivi t p 2 has reason to feel proud of the rafMiiatiottit Maintains for Theswithol gracefully tri t ia the light Uutaatic to the strains of an xvllent orchestra Another tuay lw 10 after Lift i fACWQWH COMWW A pity of iftiut cycle OLtA g men left New 7 C ltyTncsday for Tampa Plajj 1raclDloI pious Kill mike for tnMvfll for tt prlng training at Foo8 ars7 Park track l IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The United League is gaining ground St Marys flex mill Drogheda after being nearly two years idle is about being set to work again The firm tone of the Belfast linen trade continues unabated and all changes in values have been in an upward direction Tobacco growing has been introduced in County Meath with very encouraging results Last years trial crop in many respects equaled in quality that grown in CubaThe Galway Municipal Council have iced trresalhtiorrto p the name oall the streets in Irish The resolution was practically unanimous showing the hold which the language movement has taken on the City of the TribesOwing to the exceptionally high flood prevailing in the Killarney Lake district during the close season spawning beds have been practically undisturbed by poachers and in several districts it is noted that nearly once and a half the usual number of fish have been seen in the beds The result of the ppening five days netting in the lakes shows an un usually large return of fish of good qual ity and averaging generally speaking from ten totwelve pounds David Doran the Nationalist Chair man of the Kenmare Rural District Council has been deprived of the Commission of the Peace This gentleman was unan imously elected to the position of Chair man and by virtue of his office was made a Justice of the Peace The cause of his removal from the Commission of the Peace can not be stated with certainty but it is believed that it is in consequence of a speech delivered by him when a resolution expressing sympathy with the Boers was adopted at a meeting of the District Council The people of the dis trict are awaiting with much anxiety the publication of the correspondence with the Lord Chancellor The fifteenth annual meeting of the Carlow Catholic Young Mens Society was held under the Presidency of Rev John Cullen The roll of members showed a small increase The reverend President offered his congratulations to the mem bers on the success that had attended th working of the socity during the pas twelve months There was improvement all roundIn the number of member- and satisfactory financial condition o the society and the conduct of the members was most examplary Michael Mol loy John J Dugan and Michael Dawson were respectively elected Treasurer and Secretaries On the motion of lIam moud M P a warm vote of thanks was accorded to the President 1 LEO DRAMATIC CLUB The Leo Dramatic Club which pre sented The Lost Heir and the comedy Vacation at St Marys Hall Eighth street last Sunday evening will repeat the performance tomorrow night at the same place Both plays were given most creditablyand the audience was delighted l with the work of the members of the club which contains some of the best amateur talent in the city notably Martin Fitzglbbons James Barry Aug Rever man and George and Ben Mlddendorf AGED LADY DEAD Mrs Annie Coyler for over fifty years a indent of New Albany died Tuesday evening at the home of hereon James Coyle East Eight street She was hors in IrieUBojeightyeight years ago owning to this country when a young woman Her death was due to infirmiU incident to 1daleJ The funeral took place from Holy Tnnky church of which ahe waaI a devout member and the liege UWJlbe- rIftIiDt evidenced the kip esteem la IIo rhltdt she wall taw JOaE PRINTINGE The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to E do the best of Job Printing such as 0 LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS GAUDS ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS AU work executed promptly in firstclass style Giva Us Your Order and Help Us Gr- owKENTUCKY I IRISH AMERICAN E 326 WEST GREEN ST UNION MADE NOT IN A TRUST SCIIET POTHEENTOBACCOSOMETHING NEW SOMETHING GOOD Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS Made from selected Burley Tobacco The best Irish Whisky Potheen and flavoring enter into its comp- ositionHENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS r 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY IfiIII EIII1 IIIIIIIII IIIZ I SonsI1 Funeral Directors 3 And Embalmers S i I MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer fi firi ucelLsIllIIIitIIIrIuIIIIIIpJIIIIrI11IIIIIIIImIIIImDIILANEY M l r8 l L Seventh and St Catherine WINESLIQUORS AND CIGARS Frank Febra Beer always tap Special attention paid orders family httJOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOH2V FRANI VV AIRSsClay Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY THOROUGH TRADE BUILDING KY The racoctaful juiwion injoe hb tory ofjthe Dominican Church will two ght to tomorrow by Father Kearney and Spliuler The church baa been crowded nightly S t 428 AND 430 i i I t I II = I 3 I i II on to for use 305 n = n 7 I OF I mo t I be a doc rI c TRAINING IBORD teLOUISVILLE SUCCiIsr u MQfl aRBBN BALL The MOM Green ball vial ti IU Mny anxtont inqulria were made fostSweeneyTheMayors million work in the futuret