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M1- ft1n I VOLUME IYNO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAWAIARCH 17 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS OUR DAY One of Light and Faith ItcachI- nar Uncle to the Year 41JU When GlorloUs St Patrick Flntt Set Foot on the Soil of Erin I Sovcn Thousand Churches Wcro- Krcctcd During Ilia- Aiiosolac CREATED ARMAGH HIS METROPOLIS Westward s an isle of ancient fame Uy nature blessed and Scotia is her name Unrivaled in books exhaustless in her store Of veins of silver and of golden ore FRANCIS ci CT NMNGHAM Will appear as Robert Emmet iu the SI Patricks Day Celebration n Her fruitful soil forever teems with wealth With gems her waters and her air with health Her verdahLfieTI thinf Iii tP- Hertvoollfleecessic t li v rgu note Her waving furrows float1 with bearded corn And arms and arts her envied sons adorn No savage bear with lawless fury roves No ravenous lion through her peaceful groves No poison there infects no scaly snake Creeps through the grass nor frog annoys the lake An island worthy of its pious race I In war triumphant and unmatched in peace i IIi In the annals of the Druids there was a prophecy that foretold the coming to thei island of a man of Gal who would change and perfect the belief of those simple yetI royal minded people But like the JewsI with Christ they looked to his coming as the era of a new political dynasty of great pomp and power insteadof a peaceful religious transformation And I JAMES RATIGAN i Wellknown Irish Traveler who has en circled the globe again in the ancient archives of TrinityI College Dublin there is said prophecy relative to the coming of St Patrick The religion of pagan Ireland seems to have been of a milder type than that practiced by other Celtic nations of Europe and by the Scythians Baal the nun and Samluni the moon were their rchief divinities Baal fires glowed on every hillside May 1 and November eveIi All balloween was sacred to the moon and dedicated with feasts and supersti tious ceremonies There was a poetical baltlowed every spotas the home of superior beings The roaring wojters and tempest uous winds were but the voices of those divinities while the soft breeze was but their breath the placid wells and streams their mirrors There is little wonder 11tbt Druidism bad such a hold on the hearts sad minds of these primitive peo pie when after fourteen centuries they continue to people the r+ tbs with fairies c and even yet hear the wail of the banshee evennrIIIJ l 1 year 48I dprluK the first yearof tilt nrr drieste 6f iti 8it s ill end tthefew 1 0year of the reign of Lrtghaira M Dout hI of Ireland Frow the int diy be I I foot on tie beautiful wit of kris bU aieII sion seemed to absorb the attention of the nation even as writers say to tin exclusion of all other affairs On Easter eve St Patrick arrived at a place now called Slane on the north bank of the Boyne Here he rested with the inten tion of celebrating the festival in sight offf Tara It was penal to light n fire withinI FRANK IcGRATH i One of the founders of the IrishAmerican Society the province before the Kings bonfire appeared during the celebration of the solemn convention St Patrick either not knowing their custom or not caring about it lighted a blazing fire fIji front of his tent which though eight miles from Tara was plainly visible there There was we are told much consternation among the Druids who informed the King that unless yonder fire be this night extinguished he who lighted it will with his followers forever reign over the whole island True prophecy For Patrick in spite of the opposition of the Druids was invited by the King to speak to the people on the following day St Patrick preached to the people in the presence of the King who was so im pressed that he gave him permission to preach the new doctrine throughout the kingdom without fear of molestation Success followed this great man at every step Then as now th church adapted itself to the needs of the people The new converts from Druidism saw in the baptismal font where they were im mersed the sacred well at which their fathers worshiped The Druidical stones 1Jhe high places were transformed UtE Cof Jesus h cued gr e tatatacrttYgtwtruautword t twith names of churches in Ireland mark iu later centuries the favorites which they superseded- Let it be remembered as a token of fe chiefslandit was especially in Connaught that IDut Patrick wrought his most wonderful The two beautiful daughters inlltructlollsIsacraments their virgin souls were imme diately ushered into the presence of the God of happiness The ancient name of the palace of the Kings of Connaught is now called Rathcrogan and contains the remains of several Eastern forts It was to Cruachan Aigle St Patrick betook himself to spend the season of Lent This latter was in the County of Mayo and it was from this place he drove before him the several tribes of serpents and veno mOils creatures into the Western ocean from which all Ireland is to this day ex inIConnaught being joined there by the Bishops Secundiuus Auxilius and Iserni fromIthis point St Patrick went to Ulster founded a church in Donegal and fore told here the birth of great Columba who was a descendant of King Lagbaires son Fergus In Armagh we find our saint building the famous rock church the dimensions of which were given to him by an angel In fact the building of all Armagh is jealously ascribed to St Patnfck who instructed the workmen it should be the metropolis and the mistress of all Erin Having completed the great Cathedral of Armagh and converted the WILLIAM DI rANItYIYoung IrishAmerienii prominent in IIII bernlan circles whole island our holy patron visited Route fOt the second time since he had undertaken this conversion of pagan Ire land IfcU irisi coaeeeled to neve tpwn shoot the year 487 ot j8 Iwas daring this vlfft that the Supreme Pontiff bestowed upae himi the title erf Apostle of Ireland and presented him with many rare relics among them a linen cloth stained with the blood of our Saviour These on his return to IIIbernia he de posited in a chest behind the great altar of the Cathedral In this church it for centuries the custom at Easter an I Pentecost to produce and venerate thes holy relics in the presence of all the peopleIt said by historians that this great apostle traveled constantly on fool iu ti limitation of the early apostles of tbeI church When he received gifts which he frequently did from Kings and Princes he hastened to give them away deeming it more blessed to give than tto receive Isis appearance was dignified and engaging and impressed beholders with the sanctity of his life He wa well educated and thoroughly versed 1in Latin Irish Gallic and English His torians can proudly point with unerring accuracy to the fact that it was the first thought of this great saint and of all the countless other eminent sons of the Roman church during the early and mid die ages to rear schools and colleges for the lowly and ignorant that the church might better flourish when the fruit of knowledge was being gathered alon with the faith lIe is the author of many epistles canons and proverbs also ofa work entitled Of the three dwellings Heaven or the Kingdom of God tHe Worldand Hell Before his death St Patrick was fore warned by an angel that he would not die in Armagh his own see but in th Monastery of Saul iu Down Herein the midst of a large assemblage of monks for he had at this early date founded convents both of holy men and women as well as built churches he breathed forth his blessed spirit into the hands o his Maker Ills historian writing of him says rightly is he called a Prophet of the Most High who foretold so many things to come Rightly is he called the Apostle of Ireland seeing that all the people thereof and the other islanders are the signs of his apostleship Rightly is he called a martyr suffering so many snares and conflicts from idolaters magicians rulers aud evil spirits Rightly is he called confessor and virgin so that he is numbered among the angelic choirs and the assembly of all saints who was the sharrr in all holy acts and all virtues Thus died on March 17 about the year 9t the illustrious Bishop who baptized and blessed the sons and daughters of Ireland At his death it is estimated I THOMAS CLEARY Keeps Open House on First Street for All Hibernians conservatively that seven hundred churches had been erected and seven hundred Bishops and three thousand priests had been consecrated and or damned by this intrerid worker in Gods vineyardIn this short sketch of our patron saint what can be more beautiful than the words of the saintly poet Father F W Paber All praise to St Patrick who brought to our mountains The gift of Gods faith the sweet light of ills love All praise to the shepherd who showed us the fountains That rise in the heart of the Savior aboveFor hundreds of years In smiles and In tearS Our saint hath been with us our shield and our stay Allelse may have gone St Patrick alone t He hath been to us light when earths I lights were all set For the glories of faith can never decay And the best of our glories is bright with as yet In the faith and feast of St Patricks day H ANNIH Navw CUNNINGHAM AFTER LATEST STYLES Miss Kate OBrien the wellknown modiste is at present in New York City i where she will spend from ten days to two weeks attending the openings of the metropolitan pattern houses in order to obtain for her clientele the very latest J modes and leading styles I DESERVED PROMOTION j 11I11 read with pleasure the announcement his promotion to an assistant chief clerkship I by the Louisville Evauville and St lfrCulwiuljham eral rears during which time be has acquired a thorough knowledge of the railroad buaioew None congratulate I 1 him more heartily npoa his advancement t 1qP than hits fellow clerha end rtU11 C ii- A DOWN TOllORKA itd1 lLoe1 1Uclllhol811 I w Financial StaiidineKflCitUo Order In JcnclRoiiI 1t 1Y- Orntlfrha r 1frritost Inomnurs YOUNG MEN AND C SOLIDATIOH c The annual reports lSi State and County officers of thf fA c eat Order of allgthe divisions in the S a They show the order in Jeffersonunty to be in splendid condition tufrfifwe divisions in this city having seve Zhousand dollars to their credit Thier has not been the increase iu memltt p during the past year that had been loped for and toefollow the example befStjfeet in other localities to double t membership which in Louisville jjhcjjild1 number at least 4000 men These suggestions wee given careful consideration at the nfeeujrp Division 1 flast Tuesday evening nag thoroughly discussed by Iresideii eSnan David OConnell Tim J Sniliva ohu Mulloy Patrick Listen JohnWni Keane and others The matter vwufinally referred to a special committe coaffsting of John Mulloy James Rodqrs William M Higgins with instructions to prepare plans for carrying out t recommendations made amd inaugur na campaign that will produce tti dred revival in membership in the rA leit Order of IlibernlansII when d the meet ing After the minutes and the approilCthe business the Sick it had uothlng to do as thet re tone on the lislJJames P Tracy initiated into the oolQlint four pplfEJ tiseree ereceived1 end referee liesecroom flee VreAritfin m I initiatory degree for Division r1 reported progress the chairman stating that they were arranging one that would embrace many excellent features and be second- to none All the members are now devoting their time to the St Patricks lay celebration hence the delay Among the visitors present were Frank Cunningham President of the Youngs Mens Division whose report on the entertainment at MasonicTemple tomorrow night elicted warm applause Tom Cody the popular brewery agent who had been absent from many meetings was also given a hearty reception Division 4 met Wedneseay night with ifs usual large attendance and President Hennessy canducted the business rapidly adjourning the meelliig at au early hour that members might witness and partici pate in the rehearsal fo Sunday nights performance i There was pleasure over the return of John Brown who had l een ill for some months and Nick Smith who was initi ated Besides transacting routine busi ness reports of the county officers were read und several applications for mem bership received andreferred There was manifest disappointment because Pat Fallou could not remain through the session 1 y The meeting of the County Board will be held March 28 when all representa tines are expected to Division No action G or has yet bepresentII tion of the former being merged i toI the older division I 4 CONDITION CRITICALii I 11daughter11 nell his been critically ill at her honteI on East Washington street for the past three weeks For ten daysshe was in aI semi unconscious state and her recovery was despaired ofwMiss OConnell sufII fered from a sudden attack of brainII trouble Yesterday her physicians reoI ported her as improvingt and the friends of the family hope the danger point is now pastsNARROW ESCAPE Michael McDermott who has been confined to his hohepn Missouri avenue Jeffersouville as the resuit of a fall Sunday evening is reported much better Mr McDermott was walking along thett Dinkey track whea he slipped and fell IEsedouol IE have been run ove Mr McDermott Is over sixty years pt age r rTHE IIBSH CAUSE We think the ttue has come when the Irish people of this country who with drew their in from the nationalt eases at horns tin of the seeming BorwleeMeas gf Kf leaden quarreling ahovld get togetfisr shin end coeeider mMtot b pl tits Ight feFHome fcule one more The quarrel is sow composed the party is once more a unitl for politicalllaction such the most important results may be looked for now that the ship is once more in fighting trim The fight can not be carried on with any practical efficiency unless the hands of the party are strengthened Time skeletons of the former organization In this couu try whichrendered such invaluable ser vice in the past are still in existence and not much effort ought to be needed to clothe these dry bones with muscle nerve and flesh Irish sympathy is just now being freely expended on the Boers There is a land and people at home whose claims are far higher and it is high time to recall attention to this most important factCathollc Standard S TODAYS SERVICES Masses In Honor of St Patrick In All tho Catholic Churches This morning the anniversary of St Patrick will be commemorated in tin Catholic churches of the city by the cele bration of Pontifical high mass The services at St Patricks St Louis Ber trand Sacred Heart St Cecilias St Brigids and St Michaels will be very brilliant and impressive particularly those at the three former where the choirs will be largely augmented for the special musical programme arranged for this occasion Owing to the demands of our Advertis ing patrons we are compelled to forego publication of extended details of the services which will in all cases be large 1ly attended WI PEEKINGS Reminiscence and Comment Upon a Great Editors Writings Editor of Kentucky Irish American Louisvine Kv March 10Dear Sir Until a few years ago the CourierJournal was the most uncompromising foe of England in this country Its editorial department fairly blazed with exposures of British brutality duplicity rapacity and insolence I recall one editorial in which the writer proved that England THOMAS CLINES He will make a hit at Masonic Temple to morrow night was our hereditary enemy that she seized everyopportunity to bully and belittle us that our citizens were maligned and our institutions ridiculed by her and after further proving her guilty of every crime and misdemeanor in her treatment of weaker nations he demandedrevenge yea verily revenge he must have If we are going to whip anybody by all means let it be England quoth this twister of the lions tail But see what a change has come over the aforesaidedit orial department No more sucheditor tale nomore lion baiting no more jokes about the Queens increasing avordupois Ior racy stories about her blackguard son Oh no those things are all forbidden I now In their places we find laudatory I phrases showing the beauties of English government liberty civilization mag nanimity bravery and even of her State and church Prominence is given all dis patches which blind the unthinking her flagitious course in South Africa toII news tending to show the true state of affairs is rigorously excluded What has caused such a complete change Surely I not the alleged help of Great Britain during our war with Spain Even the lowest grade of fools in America knows that she never loaned its a man a ship a or a dollar and it requires but little ense to see that had Spain triumphed England would have helped her celebrate the victory over those dirty Yankee dogs and proved conclusively that she was Spains only frlepd and kept Europe from aiding the United States The reader may form his own opinion as to the reason of theCoul Journals change of front but I hope he will not Queen Victoria of touching Henri Watterson with her golden rodii l Watterson Watterson where have you beets Over iu London to see the Queen I i Watterson Watttrson what did you doi Tendered my help aud allegiance tonIIIIJ J Watterson Watterson what cute next Well toIdLyou the truth J was rather perplexed llbe showed MM the mounds the garden and bO IieP J JJJ Tim while i kept aWf tpd discreet as aii tillI mow fiainrdu ked if iii days ratia I was loyal to England end if not why Says she dear Henri Ive read some skits In the CourierJournal that gave me fits Aud you know tisnt right for a Tory like you To question at all whatever I d- oIIf I have a mind to create a sew tax PlttndertlteBcersorsleughtertheblackaJAMiS Has Always Ttaken a Prominent Part in IrishAmerican Affairs Please understand me before you go It is none of your business dont you know Your place iill to whoop and bellow and shout Aud tell Anglomaniacs all about The bountiful blessings theyll have over there When their country is ruled by mvself or my heir A felicitous elate I am sure you desire For anyhigherSo yourbezooAs a first water cockney I think youll do PititttiI sr MACKIN COUNCIL Its Members Have Been Presented Shamrocks For Today Mr C II Zook a wellknown and popular ntfnbe 2 Mackiu Council has arrange to furnlslmarin mbcrs of that society with a genuine sbamrbti r- ttS otricks day Mr Zook claims to h1l aU ti hlbomc on i a R d c eJ 1 0 lover Time meeting est yuesda 1Iybtwa ran interesting one new members being init iated and several applications received The Visiting Committee reported Joe Deuser and Thomas Teaks who have II been illas greatly improedIThe special committee for the annual picnic reported progress stating they had secured the date most desirable for this summers outing At the last meeting of the House Com mittee arrangements were made for hav ing the lawn beautified aud other repairs made about time club house The Subscription Committee have adopt ed new plans for this seasons work andI feel confident that in a short time Mackin Council will be able to erect a bowling alley and gymnasium where the mem bers can invite their friends aad enjoyI themselvesMackin Council will be well represent ed at the play of Rbboct Bmmat Sun day night The CouaQil waets again Tuesday night GROWING RAPIDLY TwentyFive Names Added to the IrishAmericanSociety I Thursday nights meeting of the Irish American Society resulted in another large addition to the membreship Secre tury Joe Byrne enrolling twentyfive names Those present for initiation were John J Sullivan James Moore Christy Burns Dennis Minogue Wilt J Scanlan M Cahill Thomas F Gibbons and Thos ii MldIU lIIUt1 Enterprising Grocer at Seventeenth and Portland Avenue Malone Thomas Clcary Was appointed Chairman of the Kelief Committee com pw4 ot Jerry Spanlan William Lawler PatConnaughtori Toni Gibbons 1 boa I Claire Edward fsloaeIknnis MiroRUe aM John I Nsocietymilkna1 JEFFERSONVILLE Hibernians Will Celebrate tlit Honor of St Patrick Tonight Barney Coll Still Lending In tho Knee for County Treasurer1 i Thel Campaign for Local Offices Will Ho Open Noit Monday LOUISVILLEI The Hibernians of Jeffersonville have completed all arrangements for their cel ehration tonight of St Patricks aunt versary which will take place at Pfaus Hall The affair will be complimentary J1tASuccessful Iimerikcrocvr and Popular Hibernian Invitations have been extended to State and couuty officers of Indiana and Ken tucky and also the divisions of Louisville aud New Albany and it is expected to fJ1 ye the largest gathering of Hibernians everasSttwiled in Southern Indiana Th ptogramm ripfor- a learn e m- Pic 81 acalnd neat Ht tens membe o t ei order will deliver short addresses fol lowed by vocal and instrumental music During the evening a collation will be served after which the session will take the form of a smoker President Will Reilly Barney Coll John Kenney Pat Tracy John Doherty and others will act as a reception committee andtheir guests are certainly sure of a good time Already large numbers of Louisville and New Albany members have declared their intention of attend ingThe rice for the Democratic nomina tion for County Treasurer is growing more exciting as the day for the primary approaches Though there are five can didates announced for the office Barney Coils friends are enthusiastic over his popularStateHibernians already has his race won leffersonville JOSEPH Ii HILL Will Appear Tomorrow Night as Kern an the Traitor to that city with lila father Morris Coil when he was a boy lie has passed Jeffersonvilleoperating the largest grocery house in that city Mr Coll is married and has t 1886IBarney Coll has been Treasurer oftthe Democratic County Committee and oc cupica the position of Treasurer of the Democratic City Committee pf Jefferson- iille at this time He has taken an active part in politics from the beginning of poweril1swerving Democrat Ho has never before preferring party honors So far as qualification are concerned he is well qualified both frbin a business and educational standpoint beelectedby popIar JetlersonvUltdeclinedcratic nomination for Councilman from the Fifth word lean McCann was this week the IMisso lI sister Mrs Frank Bwbt hayfiiglitepII in earnest next rackvattJ utronr mete b tirIltItfaliffl u P Yt 4 l T r- L r Jc JNtxUOKYIRXSa A RI KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERIGM IININININIIIIINIIN Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WIY4L2AM M IIIQQLrd9 Pubtaey1i er L SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Louisville Postofflce aa SecondClass Matter AHlcn all CnllllllalcaU nl t the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Greei Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 17 1900 TO OUR FRIENDS Id Well here we are St Patricks darin the morning and what d you think of us We leave you to pass your judgment We have enI deavored to give you a dean re spectful nonpartisan organ noti forgetting to defend you and your cause and interests as occasion reI quired That our efforts have been appreciated is fully attested by an increased subscription list and adl vertising patronage What benefit or pleasure the paper has been to you and yours is for you to say While we are grateful for the iin terest and assistance of friends in the past and have striven to give a f good return therefor we hope for further approval inthe way of iin creased subscription and patronage enabling us to add to the merits efficiency and size of the Kentuck Irish American till it becomes what it ought to be what we desire t i make it and what the Irish people deserve it should bea first class journal replete with all news o interest to them a defender of their cause an advocate in their behalf a pride and a joy to all We ar- u anxious to be able to do this the sooner the betterand if our friends ill do their part in ceconding our Stka ricks dayiwi l1i themVf dxofit rive toy PaPerefar h the present issue in every detail1I that will meet with their approvalI and pleasure DUPLICITY AND FLATTERY The great interest manifested iinl the celebration of St Patricks day not only encouraging but orderin its observance by officials in Southt t Africa and England with the profuse flattery of the Irish people by the British Government is not only hypocritical and ridiculous but so palpably affected and insincere asi 1 to be contemptible and offensive toI the Irish people who very properly resent it The order that Irish soldiers in I i the camps in South Africa should wear the shamrock and the visit of the Queen to Ireland to shqw her I appreciation of the loyalty and valor of her Irish subjects finds a fitting culmination in the last order of Londons Lord Mayor that the Irish I flag be raised over the Mansion Mousse in that city on St Patricks 1 day No Irishman worthy of his country regards this as an honor to I Ireland but as a piece of flattery and insult that presumes on their credulity really a caricature ndJ T burlesque of them and their nattal day by those who have no respect ofor it or sense of justice for them It is all done under pretense oftt marked appreciation of the Govern went for the bravery of the Irishtt troops in upholding British interests in South Africa directly contrary to tiesentiment and yearning of the Irish people who have for the r British iu that conflict neither sym pithy norgood wishes Thus Ire lands natal day and her emblems a r pre to be used as a means of glori fying reverses tcMhe cause they ap prove find success to their oppressor in Its efforts to crush put the liberty and national life of a brave people atruggfing for that for which Ireland incebhtruferedSQ much utIthe hands of theme foe Indeed the shamrock and Irish flag are sot fat honored by this but deaecntad ty r being used in a false sense that misrepresents all that they are em blematic of and must arouse the resentment and indignation of every I true Irishman reatlyII appreciates the loyalty and services of the Irish it should repay it in something more than mere tinsel at best but in reality by insulting theebenefit of Ireland not a measure for relief of the Irish people not a promise of reform in the govern ment of Ireland not a redress of a single grievance not a protest against unjust regulations not a petition for mitigation of oppressive laws has been as mUCh as considered by the Government in Parliament though any or all of them could be promptly passed did the Govern ment but consent which it would readily do did it really appreciate and feel grateful to the Irish as it professes On the contrary despite all the respectYand gratitude wearing of the green and waving her flag on- o English Government buildings her representatives in Parliament are ignored their appeals for action on Irish measures disregarded and aU- f efforts toward enactment of any thing for Ireland barred by arbitrary rulings at the instigation of thee Government majority The Irish people are denied all iulke relief reformsi thei representatives are unheeded derided insultedpbut the Queen the lords the cocKneys idiersUISouth fAfrica wilwearMthe gre nI and the Irish flag will float on the I breeze over the Mansion House and all Ireland should feel honoredl and her people grateful and prou of the respect shown them and their natal day and their hearts go out iin unison of praise and benediction to the good Queen who in the fullness grantedg apt predation We fully appreciate the favors of advertisers as shown in this issue and reCommend them to our readersII When buying give them a call There are firms in this city who for reasons of their own not necessary to state can not be induced to I advertise in the Kentucky Irish American Perhaps they do not I care for the patronage of our readI ers Those who favor us with theirI advertisements evidently desire and merit your custom and as all of them are such as we can commend to our friends we ask for them consideration and a visit when you 1 wish anything in their linn of trade We congratulate the New York Gael on its anniversary and wish it success and prosperity It is an Irish magazine excelled by none printed and we take pleasure in commending it to our readers The Big Store doesnt advertise in weekly papers Perhaps it doesnt care for the patronage of the readers of weekly papers YOUNO LIFE ENDED Miss Mary Phelpa the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Zack Phelps died Monday night at her home 1410 Eat Broad way after an illness of but ten days of typhoid fever and the sad news cants M shock to her many friends and acquaint ancM wke did not know she was ml olr ill idles Phelps was a student rat the Girls High School a highly accom pushed sad beautiful young lady and one endHervery largely attended RBPORTEfi IMPKQVJNQt1I air Jams Barrjviitaa bm uffering rom an attack of muscular rbmoiaticat ito Highsvrrtsse i that be may be able to bo oat= ftclef s e1ttT SOCIETY JMiss Ella Belle Hays is visiting friends in Covington Patrick Gilligan returned to his duties Monday after a months illness James H Murphy left last Monday for Chicago He will return next week Miss B B Campbell has returned to Lexington after spending a few days in this city John Kramer wag among the Louis villians registered at West Baden Springs TuesdayMartin Shannon a wellknown citizen of Lexington was here on a brief visit this week Mrs Martha Severance has returned from Stanford where she was visiting her children Miss Corp Tinsley has returned from Versailles after a delightful visit with Mrs Oscar Elmore Miss Alice Hickey returned this week from New York City where she had been spending two weeks Miss Kate Ackerman left last Monday HON MATT Attorney and Brilliant Orator for New York City where she will visit friends for several weeks Mrs and Mrs John Landrum who spent several days here with relatives MayfielddJohn Keane who has been ill at his home on Columbia street was this week able to return to his duties Samuel Lackey has returned from Stanford where he had been visiting the family of Hon O A Lackey Miss Katie Riordan of 602 Fourth avenue will leave for New York this week She will be absent ten days Miss Grace Kennedy returned this week to her home at Crescent Hill after delightful visit with friends iu New Albany Mrs P E Bonkofsky will return next week from New York City where she has been selecting her spring stock of millinery Mrs Emil Graesers friends will be pleased to learn that she is now rapidly recovering from three weeks illness of appendicitis Madame Dougherty and Miss Nellie Lyons arrived home Monday from New York City where the former had gone on business trip Mrs Daniel E Doherty accompanied by Miss Mattie Doherty will leave next month forNew York City whence they will sail for Europe Miss Mamie Carter Fisher avenue gave a delightful reception to her friends Sunday evening in honor of her guest Mr Edward Ford Mrs James Buttimer who was here visiting Mrs David OConnell 1130 Washington street has returned to her home in Henry county Mrs Samuel Lackey and baby are ex parted home today from Stanford where they have been visiting with friends and relatives for two weeks Pat Owens who has beep ill at his home Seventh and St Catherine streets for several months has returned to his duties with the City Railway Company Miss Blanche Berry who has been the guest of Mice Susie McKeirnan for the past six weeks has returned to her home in Sonora During her visit the received muck social attention and refCretherdepartur arrivedholewhere they had been for the past three eeks Mr RaUly return much im proved in health and his many friend will be glad to know that he wptcU to ha ableu elaft dhtiea on tIM poUe force in a couple of week Tint anumuicf meat of the eogsgemeat I j otMliSrCtultaeiBaelloC2edonWb i Ca1art i I n T Nold came M a pleasing surprise to the iia hosts of friends Miss Montedontco is handsome bctiiMtte and very popular an since herieuthas been a recognized leader in Italian society circles M Nold is connectedwith Buschmeyers drug store and is a very promising young business man His acquaintances all con gratulate him v upon the winning of so llovely brlde4Their marriage will be solemnized Hhe Cathedral on Wednesday aftenHSoHJApril 25 Rev Path Weiss the groomsuncle performing the ceremony Prof Charles Weiss who Iis the grandfathtroff the groom will be the organist focviE occasion This promises to be oueof lhe most notable of this springs weddibgs and will be attended by many fi a distance CATHOLIC KNIGHTS 4fi t4oJTen es Represented at Central Committee tKMeetlng p Ten braticlies wererepresented at Mon day nightsSnccting at St Marys Hal of the Centfal Couimittee of the Catholic Knights of America and much important business waS transacted Arrangements are being made for a monster progressive euchre after Easte- the proceeds to be used for defraying the expenses of the coming State convention ODOHERTVV I ysJiom tumtaffd Succe7ii I a a a charming f a The next meeting will be held at St Francis Hall Monday evening when the hall and other committees will make reports and those branches not heretofore e represented are urged to send delegates RECEPJIONCOMMITTEE Tickets for the social hop and receptionl to take place at Hampton College after Easter are being rapidly distributed This will be a most enjoyable affair one in which the Ladies Auxiliary and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers I are taking the greatest interest The following wellknown ladies will assist in receiving upon that occasion MARTIN FITZGIBBON Promising Young Irish American Actor in the Drama Robert Emmet Mesdames J H Clark J Tighe A M Cronan D E Kelly J Sllcott E WI Marriott John J Flynn J Bain J Scan Ion and C W Hoffman CONSOLIDATION The much talkedof consolidation of the Young Mens Division of the Ancient Order of HiberniM with Division 1 will be the important business at the meeting of the former next Tuesday evening when final action will be taken There are several who favor taking the place of old Division 5 believing many of its best workers would again affiliate and put the division in the front task again 1 GRANEYS DEFEAT Edward Grancy trYo ham been victor ous at nearly all the MtekrM given ia the West End Will the kMer last week in a championship MtiW of sixty games played with Alex We kerAfter being tystX ganic Gratify declared his op- ponEnt h the champion HisI defeat was a surprise toll eedaLBASEEALL Louiaville baae baiantfattaiaU are In 1caocoarrrblllhtthe NatUmaj i Laftgue authorities in the hypo that a styhum1 f will prove fruMMMb V City Leagtw will fun 0017 lStW wMW y t r DIRECTORYdS HrDIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda erFinancial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFinancial1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh 1Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes rdayEvenings of Each Mouth HennessyVice Recording Secretary John J Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahlff 420 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady DIVISION 6 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Mouth CunninghamVice Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ J Curran 616 Thirteenth street TreasurerM J McCarthy DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings President Din Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn FlynnFinancialTreasurerJohn MCBarro- nIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President M W Murphy Recording Secretary William Lawler ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn KenneySentinelTimothy THEATRICALS The great novelty of the past season was Ichams octoroons comprising many of the best singers dancers and come dians of the colored race It scored one of the greatest successes during all its season and will be at the Avenue next week where the theatergoing public will find much to enjoy and a great deal tmfu sIJ6a1segmpauisttibfrts of its find and to that end heintroduces nothing in act or song that could offend the most fastidious The brilliant success of the production of Quo Vadis at the Temple Theater this week has induced Col Meffert to continue the great play next week There has been such a demand for seats that it is believed that the play can be put on another week with equal favor No popu lar price production ever made here has exceeded this one The story is given a presentation most worthy and there is every indication that the business will go on record as the best in the history of the stock company The sale of seats for next week is already large There has been no advance despite the great cost of production Vanity Fair will be at the Bucking ham next week This company will doubtless prove a great attraction to the patrons of this theater as it has had many seasons of prosperity As usual with this seasons output of burlesque at tractions there wilt be a farce a grandly costumed and scenic burlesque and an olio comprising the stars of the vaude ville stage The opening sketch will be Paris in 1000 and the closing bur lesque is a satire on that wellknown opera Rob Roy This gives an opportunity of splendid costuming very engaging stage equipment scenery ef fectsand a big company of principals and a chorus of bright young ladies who will adorn all the ensemble numbers Vanity Fair will aim at refinement both in vaudeville and burlesque The list of artists is a very long one comprising many wellknown performers including Katie Rooney the charming and clever daughter of the late Pat Rooney The company carry all their scenery proper ties and electrical effects in their own special car RECENT DEATHS We regret to announce the death of Mrs Annie Reedy which occurred Thursday at her residence on West Chestnut street after a long illness She was the widow of the late James Reedy and was known as a lady possessed of many Chris tian virtues For many years she has been a devout member of the Cathedral congregation Mrs Reedy is survived by her son Hon James P Reedy the wellknown attorcey Her loss is keenly felt by a large circle of relatives and ac of quaintances and many there are who will tales her sincere and unostentatious acts of charity The funeral takes place this morning from the Cathedral with solemn requiem mass tar the repose of rsoul Mrs Julia ONeil widow of the late wreacc QNeil died Monday night attj her htme8lfi East Eleventh street New Albany The dec howa seventy yearoKlabad long flees a resident of 1teWinhiaheAteeattsj rivfd by thre thildnaldiaaOtiAntuandTMary and John rThe funeral of Ma Eva Weber who un c RWN tWWWW1C NuC P + RCQ q 1vtA 1 UC3 I John B CMtleimm Arthura Lk8recklllrlfire CutlflMfl I Royal Insurance Co i 1 It OF LIVERPOOL f Ltaf desfc Fitfe It siiianeetI Company in the WoMd Barbee Castleman I Managers Southern Department y R TfVCOLUMBIAWdNM IWwAHQhAWAWQUMHwM wMwJ III i MONUMENTS Kr SEE DISPLAY OF HANDSOME DE SIGNS AT OUR WAREROOMSiJ it r I WE OFFER BUYERS UNUSUAL ADVANTAGESII Peter Burghard Stone Co I SALESROOMS J 317 West Jefferson Streete WORKS I 1111NHIIlIIIItI1I1lIfltIllsllllItITIIllilllIilfllllllTHE E = Blum Art Glass Co = 308314 Seventh St Louisville Ky = Telephone 35- 1MIRRORS 2= = MEMORIAL and FIGURE WINDOWS = lU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU1UllU1U1U1U1U1UUllUU11U1U ROBERT TYLER President died at her home on East street occurred from St church The deceased was the wife of Michael Weber and her death is by- a large number of friends and relatives For St and a for The members of St congrega tion will a grand bazar for the benefit of their church on April 10 The different societies the church will have booths and the rivalry that exists between them on like this will add toward the affair a suc in charge have award a prize to the ia the amount of money The societies have voted to give the prize the member the largest sum and the content to be very in before the bell taps The Altar Young Idie So dUty Catholic and lice of St Vincuit de Paul and are the entries for tits aria he booths will be per iby a of the and moat young ladle in Uw West Bad Q c t I3lh to Htb Maple Street lf I WAHAAS I We Caters To the Best Ttrade Neat Linen No Rough Edges on Collars and Cuffs rFine Millinery The latest and most exquisite styles l KRAZEISE Sunday morning Jefferson Tuesday morning Josephs sincerely mourned GRAND BAZAR Cecilias Church Warm Contest Prizes Cecilias inaugurate Monday evening friendly occasions materially making pleasant cessThe committee decided- to handsome society turning greatest returning promises teresting Society Knight America Macklq presided number prettiert popular I IlIanaJer FinishAN- D 506 EAST ISTMARKET I MI MURPHY DEALER IN GROCERIES PRODUCE fMEATS Wines Liquors Feed nay and Grain If X Cor Seventeenth and Portland Ave H M Redemann DRAPER IN BftRBfR8 FURNITURE ft NDD llPPIE8 Cutler and Steam Grinder 136 West Market Street J W Pittenger PROPRIETOR Tip M ITopr ml r 333 E Market Street TELEPHONE IgSB vNEW MAMMOTH GUI RITE Ml PlPtt STIIE I j BARON 1 ON- 1isosekae0 Qtm Mi T tphM twit r e e K NTUCKV IRXSH AMERICAN M J WINN MAKE- ROFGentlemens Garments Fourth Avenue and Walnut Street INCOYPORAA 6- AAOOPCASNGtPn14 1ZOaooo MAViAdams President HOME OPFIOBi LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE LADIES AUXILIARIES OF LOUISVILLE IRISH SOCIETIES I respectfully invite your inspection of a new and varied assortment of Picture Frames just received in stock Picture Frames made to order IHf l m vltl rlCl Rf fR Mf rrly CCOMPANY D Z KAUFFHAN Proprietor OLDINGS trAhT4 PAP R tVINDOVT SIrAD S 246 East Market St Louisville Ky LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 2980 DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN r Dollflliortllt K661I1U- NDERTAKERS 1229 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I rI3iLITiPFIoIl 3 12402II All Calls OJrrlngcsI I 14 FQR ER 7 General Transfer Company TELl 474 I A IWMP0RTER Office W Main St Residence and Stable 1216 Kentucky st LOUISVILLE ICY Hauling of All Kinds of Freight in Large and Small Quantities Special attention paid to Carload Lots Whisky moved in small quantities or 1000 barrel lots at cheap rates All kinds of heavy transfer wagons Hats and tops Carload lots moved on short notice To prevent paying demurrage call up W M PORTER Satisfaction Guaranteed Telephone 474 MIPARADISEels w- r s i SAMPLE ROOM u Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool elM J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Telephone 884 248 West Jefferson Street HEINSHEIMER JOSEPH AUCTION AND STORAGE HOUSE Storage for Household Effects and General Merchan dize Auction sales every Wednesday and Saturday 314 W MAIN STREET and 228 THIRD STREET HENRY C LAUER TBIBPHONB 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET 1O41 LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 428 AND 4aO EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY J UNION MADE NOT IN A TRUST CEIEw- TO3A s FTHEENCOO 9011 KTH I HO MRwOMRTH1NO= OOO r JPUlllliiinl1 fcy LOUI V1IXK TOAAOOO WINIKS Made from ael cted Bprfw TobeccoThe best flUb WhUky Potheen end flavoring enter into Ita conpmrittM DANIELltIIHUGH Former Louisville Boy Goes to Join the Boer Hos pital Corps i Messrs Thomas and Terence McHugh last week received letters from their brother Daniel McHugh who formerly resided in this city stating that he was one of the party of thirtynine young Irishmen who left Chicago recently to joinJhe Doer hospital corps Daniel McHugh who Is only twenty four years old came to this city from County Mayo Ireland about ten years ago and was employed as a plumber by the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany until his removal to Chicago He was well known here and made many friendslie is a veteran of the Sixth Iljinois Infantry having served Uncle Sam through the entire Spanish war and when his regiment was mustered out was JOHN CAVANAUGH Popular President of the Iron Molders Union No 16 instrumental in having that body volun teer service in the Philippines though they were never called upon by the War DepartmentThere a number of others ready to leave for South Africa should another corps be formed one Indiana physician having left his address with the Kentucky Irish American for that purpose IRISH MICHAEL MAIiONY Like a sturdy Irish rebel where the swift Tugela roars Is Irish Michael Mahony fighting for the Doers Not fighting for the Queen my lads nor for a batteredcrown Is rebell1chaell1ahony from Tipperary town There was nothing like n wild hurrah when Mahony marched away INo Majors greatt nor Captains thundered rde1t ey t He was a Major Captain private too and his heart was in command When he stepped aboard the steamer that was headed for the Rand With a sprig of shamrock near his heart plucked from old Slievenamon He jumped upon the Durban wharf and hailed the rising sun And he sang not Rule Britannia nor my lads God Save the Queen But a stave of Fenian treason and the Wearin of the Green One look upon the sunlit sea one toward his Irish laud And rebel Michael Mahony was tramping for the Rand Across the veldt hes gone to stay where Maxims grimly frown And Paul Krugers hardest fighter fs from Tipperary town The veldt is still beneath his feet the sun is warm and white JOHN HICKEY Has Always Been a Supporter of the Kentucky Irish American And rebel Michael Mahonys eye is on his rifle sight Hes foremost on the firing line just carving out renown For the cause of glorious freedom and for Tipperary town And from his home across the sea ant Irish colleens prayer Comes wh spring to the battlefield where missiles fill the air God bless Mikes flying bullets may each bring a Saxon down They dofor Fenians lenrn to shoot in Tipperary town fS J Donleavy tn Denver Republican MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP 360Oopopnlgtionof a private company in 1802 The cot for iacladlugIIi twentyfive yrs the plant will be paid for nb a the cttjr tntbent improve tneati CM fvafcb Ugbte et tM k Walsh 4he Tailortit 232 FOURTH AYE Examine i 4CompkLe a Lineii ij SpringrAi I I SUitings Try Our 52005250 and 300 SHOES TRADK MARK Sam A Edleson- M WeBtAlarket St Lonlsvlllc Ky M SGHAAF MillineryA Goods and Burial Orders 1604 W Mfrket Street LOUISVILLE KY C H KAHtHRTX D M W- OODCHKahlert I 0 WHOLESALEof FRUITS AND PR DUCE 619 621 and 623W Market St ec Louisville Ky r THiE WIELA1 LIVERY COW C GRlDSS Prop 1 611l Sale Stal 6 All kinds ofHorses bought and sold Firstclass Livery Horses 848850 W Jefferson St LOUISVILLE KY BILLY GROSS Mgr Phone 1496 H C Tafel Electric Lights TelephonesTelegraph Electric Bells Medical BatteriesElectric Fans Motors Dynamos EtcI Prompt attention given to construction work and repairs 333 Third St LOUISVILLE KY Telephptia 985 JJOHNJJ BRRRYSr Exchange 134 E Market Stv V- Louisyille Ky Jf Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars A specialty ESTABMSHSD 1880 Clark Til Hatter7 7 Is r 414 W JEFFERSON ST Ladles Sailor and AlfWte llais Cleaned and Hltachad All kinds of MENS HATS recoloredre reshaped and retrimed in the lajest styles Stiff Hats reshaped to Knox and Dunlap styles Straw Hats cleaned and bleached M R PORTMAN Prop W H ABLE JR Mgr THIRD AMD SREEII STREET STABLES Livery Sale rand Board itig Stables t 2M228 W QREEN ST LOUISVILLE KY FirstClass livery Special attention given to boarding borpM Tel 1088 HAYMARKET SALOON EMIL GRASSER PROP JAMES BENNSTTi JOHN ODONNELII DlSPIttf s Fine WiQ8SLiq deigars 248 EJofStill selling the cpint glees of beer and firt ate sleds Z78IV MEETING WITH SUCCESS Good Work Being Done for St Brldglds Bazar In May The members of St Bridgids congre gation of which Father Connelly is the zealous pastor are taking more general interest in their coming bazar which will 1 than in any other event that has taken be held in the school hall beginning May place in that parish Regular meetings are being held and reports of the various committees have thus tar been very gratifying The officers and committee chairmen in charge are as follows PresidentJ B Olischlager Treasurer John M Riester Secretary Henry M Doll PrintingJoseph A Hoerter Entertainment James Burke Wheels James Hannon The ladies have also been organized MARK RYAN Gives Promise of Becoming a Leader at the Local Bar andare perfecting plans for the part they will takeMn the bazar They are all workers and when their arrangements ate completed they will be announced in these columns The bazar assures one event when old and young may gather andenjoy themselves while aiding the pastor in his noble work DONT TAKE IT TO HEART Dont take it to heart little friend When the world seems to treat you unfair Just believe that the worst soon must mend That the dreariest road has an end And that some day a full measured share Shall be given to you as your part So dont take it too much to hear- tDontry when endeavor proves van WYoFor the loss that was yours but the gain Was the trying to do and the meed God will give unto you by and by So take heart of His love and dont cry Dont take it to heart if your best Is reckoned of not as much worth A failure is gain oft confessed And God sees it blessing and blest As a gracious sweet gift to the earth Why seek for the worlds empty smile God will make it all right in a while Dotit cry when you see your years speed As a cloudshadow under the sun And you stand as a windbroken reed Weary waiting helpless in need And the sands of your glass nearly run God will call you up home by and by Be patient dear heart and dont cry Take nothin to heart but the thought That God knows us and just as we are That He misses no sheaf we have broughtWILLIAM PATTERSON Popular exAlderman and Successful Business Man That He knows all we have yearned for and sought That He judges all kindly and fair Dont fret then dear heart neither cry Gods kingdom will come by and by SoD MManus NAGGING Of all evils the nagger is the most grievous The nagging husband who finds fault with everything the minute he sits down to the table in the morning spoiling the digestion of ills family and ruining their spirits for the day The nagging wife who is scolding sonic one or something all this time and gets no joy out of her life herself nor allows anyone near her to have peace and happi heti The juggingi teacher who U al ways reprimanding her pupil for trivial fault Wttle overlooking without one word of draise herr pupils good work Dont cofll the woraj evil can be rem died in sinie bettea effective W8Y IIIIIf they need attention there is no better place to fixed than at t- heLouisville H I- HH H Dental Parlors m II 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER TIlE PLACE Louisville Parlors L = roux rFi sraI I III I IIIIIIIIII III I IiI i 1 i i And Embalmers jl 4 IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmersm Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1 S E COR EIGHHTII AND JEFFERSON SXS= E TELEPHONE 810 ftDDfiDIIftIftUlftUftIIftUftIUftDDI oo7r7reeptnq Penman 7rt Shorhair Tygeufrtfiny eleyrap7ir IIIllfalcjue a I of of St k a I VEST is THE CNE1PESTd tills College preferred by business houses There are other schools than ours but none that can offer our facilities PNEUMATIC CARRIAGE TYRES A SPECIALTY DAUBERT Bicycles and Pneumatic Carriages repaired All work guaranteed firstclass Special attention given to difficult brazing and vulcanizing 216 W Jefferson St Louisville Ky WILLIAMM DIILANEY8l EXCHANGEI Seventh and St Catherine WINESLIQUORS AND CIGARS Frank Fehrs Beer always on tap Special attention paid to orders for family use fiot iicmeh bay and fiicjhfc J J GRONENij 638 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN ANDM- ANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work Specialty Wiring all Kinds Telephone 1865 REAGANS EXCHANGES W Cor 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A RIO iJ r IIi WHERE WE Restore the Blind And cure nearly all diseases of the Eyes and restore Impaired vision WITHOUT ANY PAINFUL OPERATION THE X RAYS DOlT Incorporated 604 West Walnut StHOtJIlS 9 001 to 5 pm Sundays 10 am to 1 pm r m Uis mal 8 501 Successors to Adam Vozt Co Established 1884 Jewelers and i qi5Ji rtryy tle r gap xe kv Sr iur r9r DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES IDEALENNew Work and Repairing a Specialty Market Stt ILOUlSYlkLEI KYk Ao F MERTZ9 Practical Safe Expert and Dealer in Halls Safe and Lock CosTire and Burglarproof Safes New and Secondhand Sufcs in stock ro Secondhand Safes bought and sold 225 Third St Louisville Phone 2945 7 isOn Pi 7Tielr7 iI- IW BANNONSr LOUISVILLEl a Sewer Pipe Worts Manufacturers of Vitrified Salt Glazed Sewer Pipe Farm Drain Tile Fire Brick and Fire Clay Goods of Every Description Office 431 W Jefferson st Works Thirteenth and Lexington sts LOUISVILLE 9 KY S5252S5Jffi225 HINZEN dr SPELGER IMPORTBRS Of MENSM fIFINE fURNISNfNGSI m K SHIRT MAKERS 416 Fourth Bet JJefferson and Green Sis cam I Rassiniers WINE HOUSE Finest Imported and Domestic Wines OLD LIQUORS AND CIGARS 30i WKST MARKET ST Third Door Below Tlilra UCfA YrKY Me J MADDNr GroceFlesau Llqttor fJ 949 W WalnulSt1 a1i1 E GorTeiitli1 WM LYNCH DRY GOODS CO r Beg to announce to the People of Louisville that the year 1898 was the BIGGEST they ever had up to that time The year 1899 was BIGGER The year 1900 willlthe Biggest Yetwt VTHyI Not because of any extensive advertising but because all their purchases are made for GASH enabling them tofbuy in the best markets and at the lowest prices Their secret of success iisln salting a modest profit and always dealing fairly with the public f If READ THE FOLmlviNG PRICES 1Domestics100 pes Indigo Blue Calico 4cs10 bales Honsur Cotton 4 c i 60 pcs Apron Gingham 50 20 pes Cheviot Shirting 50 60 pcs Twilled Crash Toweling 2j4c i case Fine Crash worth 7c 50 1 i case fThisi lot yd wide Percale for ShirtsZci lot Feather Ticking worth loc 150 i lot of Smyrna Rugs worth 2 i25j 3 cases India Linen at 5c7I c IOC yd i 500 yds Paris Muslin ISC 20C 250= 5cIrish4 cases Bed Quilts at SOC 750 and roo 50c to 500 t10 for DaY to all our We J the of of Play nil Jolco On Their Wives Mmlo Theni Think They Wore to Bo by the Lodge Goat 1Y o Apl by a Largo Nutu dY of aag JCauies MANY TO GO HOME AT ONCE The wives and of more than a hundred of of this city will enjoy reading the account of tbe first ladles social of an id New Jersey mod eled after the one that took in shortly after The women of New N J had their first to ride the goat at a novel given in Columbia Hall last night by the New Council of Co lumbus It was the first ladies night social given by the council and one that J He has been in business at Floyd and Brook streets since win 10u be by tbe 125 la dies who attended The guests knew of the nature of the when they arrived and of the way in which they were hurried into one of the small rooms on the second floor of the hall as soon as they entered After a time they were notified that they were to be taken oa a trip to the Mystic Islefollowing the course of Chris E Mitchell They were then ushered to tie upper room of the hall which for the time being waa the famous isle to There they were followed by Admiral Peter and life four marines John Welsh Charles Willkm H ana Terence Lyoiu S0ug wcis t ton donna MiM jute All the 1 were i y- TtMt of tt came when Father hut all the Waists Skirts ifShirt Waists all from Dress and figured from g8c up i rSiC iaGalico Wrappers full sizes from 500 up As our stock of was bought in our cheaptORSETS V is complete in ifr Ladies and Childrens Hosef f Gloves Corsets I Jewelry and Brushes Uxt Large variety from pair Gross SHAMROCKS The fie Celebrate tr Presents given customers enjoy distinction being Yours Truly WM LYNCH DRY GOODS CO MARKET ST SECOND DOOR BELOW BROOK WOMEN SCARED Knights Columbus Initiation Faithful Butted vectored oulavillo wrsC WANTED sweethearts Knights Columbus following formation Auxiliary place Louisville Christmas Brunswick opportunity lodgeroom entertainment Brunswick Knights EDWARD DALTON boyhood remembered nothing programme thought nothing particularly NeptunetheIatterbelaR andmain referred Itnty Matwfield saagpycd giyeapndtheprlme McConuick ppered character haudaboMfy costumed fOrtbejBtpriie evening Neptune apnonnoed theyI Wrappers grades socup Skirts plain above before advance prices pat tbur stock Underwear Combs Pocketbooks Belts LACE CURTAINS Handsome proud McCormick his assistants to bring the paraphernalia for the initiation The women became greatly frightened and wanted to go home but their exitwas barred and all had to become candidates A huge hobby jihorse was uRged in Then a large washtub and a barbers chair The wonien shivered and were more than frightened when eight tall men covered withfshetts and wearing masks walked in hofding a large tossing blankptJBut goat The women watched the doorclosely and eyed their hubbies and friendsfwho sat on the op posite side of th llall epjoying the fun more than they were Suddenly the big double doorsfletpenlud in bounced jabfg blackI goaU The women yelledI and matters began to assuniea serfous aspect After all the implements had been arranged cards were distributed among the ladies each bearing the name of some historical character When this name JOHN KENNEY One of the founders of the Irish Americali Society and the Royal Arch was called the holderi of that card was supposed to come forward and be initi ated This was done so that the person would not be embarrassed on hearing ber name made publiC as the next victim Father Neptune then directed his assist ants to blindfold all the women That created a big disturbance and many vowed that they would never be blindfolded For twenty minutes the women held out sad refMeed to be blindfolded and it looked astjif there would be no candidates for the nght After much persuasion the btitdages were placed about the eyes of the women and they were lined up oaVeae side of the hall with their hacks je the tester Thcn the fun began Mtfee lights were turned down vi The first womi called answered to the name Pripq M Philippine The blanket was heard to lap and the screams of a woman could tie heard af block away Other names wets called and the pants performance gone a3irougb with Alter it was all over the lMMi ges were removed and the women yRF were surprised to see a gentleman standing is front of each witk a plate of cake iad cream waiting for her More titan pt they learnedtbat not a single one ef theJr number bad been initiated1 dCliMllii up in the blanket The namiw calUd were held by nose in the party a DLier lMarget Harding hav ing answered for aJt nd acted as a decoy to carry outfttik j Every time the blanket struck the floor tbe had scream ed sari whenever an rcandidte ww called forth He changed her yoke to wit the occati tcd went through the saineperfbii g h = Forjthos not eat pie Croat in niakin r cocoaout ec pie nib line pi h butter and HfwinklRi ittheni nil with the c FATHER RYANS MEMORY Monument 2the Poot Priest Will Be Erected In Norfolk The memory of Father Ryan the poet laureate of the South is to be honored by a monument to be erected in Norfolk Va his native dry The project is in the bends of the Daughters of the Confed eracy who arc now taking the prelimi nary steps toward enlisting the sup port of the public for the work of love There will be no difficulty in securing almost any amount required hiry ltti i ier hState President- of the Daughters of the Confederacy of Virginia stated that while the matter was still in embryo a committee has been appointed to reclaim the plot in Elmwood cemetery where lie the un known Confederate dead This will be handsomely fenced with stone bayonet spikes and cannon balls The monument of the poet priest will occupy the exact center of this resting place of the un named dead PRINCE PATRICK The appointment of the Duke of Con naught to be Commander in Chief of the British forces in Ireland recalls an inci dent which decided the Queen to give him the name of Irelands patron saint When the Queen and Prince Albert visited Ireland in 1849 an old lady in the crowd which welcomed Her Majesty to Dubliu exclaimed as the carriage in JAMES WOLFE Popular and successful IrishAmerican and leading grocery dealer which the Queen sat with her husband and elder children passed Oh Queen dear make one of them dear children Prince Patrick and all Ireland will die for you The hint was not forgotten and when a year later the Queens seventh child was born he received the name of Arthur Patrick Albert The soldier prince was further connected rith the Emerald Isle when he was made Duke of Connaught The united Irish societies of Detroit are celebrating today with the largest St Patricks day parade yet held in that city All thedivisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Wayne county the Montgomery Rifles and the St Boni face Cadets ere participating Col P J Sheelum will be the grand Marshal of the parade which will proceed to the Cattle dral where Pontificall high mono will b- GcclelustedReY F ther Meloy Hoe beep IlGI1IfitoMtaMUjter at tile banquet t the tight Gu ttl armory tonight when speechea wil beftawde by Rev Jamen Savage Jlurp61I0 I Confirmation SuitsShoes UatsF- urnishings Black Cheviot Suits Doublebrenstedwith Short Trousers 200 300 and 350 Clay Worsted Suits at 400 450 500 up tO 12 00 Long Trousers Comirmntlou Suits Clay Worsteds Cheviots or Tricots 500 up to 1500 Confirmation Shoes of Patent Leather or Vici Kid in latest styles with new shape toes extension soles etc Dugan Hudsons celebrated Ironclad Shoes Patent Leather 200 to 350 Vici Kid 150 to 300 Skirts Ties Gloves and all Confirmation Furnishings in the greatest abundance and variety of assortmentI C To Solid Gold Ring Free We are giving one with each Confirmation Suit as has been our custom for years I LEVY BROS QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Lead in quality style and 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the above remember that I am in business at t 224 8lr VENTH8TREeTA choice line of liquors and cigars always in stock J Rn BAnEV 224 Seventh Street Fine Wines and Whiskies h Retailed at Wholesale Prices For tPantilyand Medicinal Purposes 041 P NRQ n- It 337 TWrd vouueM ar Jeffersoti I TIUpttONIII9JM xoUXVXLL Ov KY I h mgj rt r VWV vrf V V r r RfQ11 PT3CX2 XRI I1 AlfllQXdAN r John Rohrman THE ICE MANESTABLISHED 1894 NOT INTHETRUSTORIGI- NATOR OF THE CHEAP ICE DELIVERY OFFICE 518 THIRD AVE TELEPHONE 1582 BERNIIEIM BROTHERS DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HFINE KENTUGKYt BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIESI n DISTILLERy A- TBernhelm Station Ky W L Weller Sc Sons DISTILLERS AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS i Comer Main and Brook Sts Louisville Ky Old Creedmoor Whisky The Louisville Trust Co Cor Fifth and flarketSts Has the Largest and Strongest fIRE AND BURGlARPROOf YIIULTS IN THE CITY For a small price per annum you can rent a box or drawer there where you can keep all of your valuable from all 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hot lunch a uaaarptygedARai 4l r j I IF YOU WANT THE BESTusg EDINGERS EUREKA FLOUR r DHAMA IN OOLOFLB Dora Martin was usually considered by those who knew her to be one of the pret tiest girls in Theydon Just now however she is more serious than usunl She is seated in a big basket chair on the lawn under a plump of old trees that served to give the name of The Chestnuts to her aunts house and her lips are pursed togethered as an expres sion of intense misery settled on her face- I hate her she exclaims passion ately Oh how I hate herI She comes here and she turns everybodys head in the village with her pretentious superiority and her affectation of great powers of intellect They all think she must be lawfully clever just because she has be come the editor of the Ladies Budget that oldfashioned stick In themud kind of journal but I knew her at school and I learned then what a shallow humbug she natually is Who is a shallow humbug Dollie queries a voice at her elbow nnd the girl catches sight of the broad shoulders of her barrister cousin Nigel Forester Shall I tell you Dollie he continues gravely bending down over and looking very earnestly at her you mean Margaret Delbos and I wouldnt have thought What fiercely demanded Dora darting Lrlia manly as to even think cruelly of that girl It doesnt matter to me a bit she answers fiercely what you Nigel For ester are gracious enough to think about my womanliness or otherwise Margaret Delbos is something more than deceptive in appearance she is actually deceitful How do you know that cried Nigel all the color fading from his cheeks Some stupid village gossip says so thats all It is not stupid village gossip at all Nigel said Dora steadily Do you remember Ethel Cheveley liThe poor blind girl you introduced me to at the last garden party aunt gave Of course I do Shes a poet isnt she Yes replies Dora And that was the cause of the mischief She sent some CHARLES P FEENEY President of the IrishAmerican Society and popular labor lca4erI lines on Earth Music to the Ladles Budget and Margaret Delbos inserted them butII But what interposed Nigel in patiently Do go on1 But put them under the title Editorial Musings and affixed at the bottom her initials 1M D Worst of all when Ethel wrote to her about the plagiarism she sent a very abusive letter back The Cheveleys as you know are dreadfully poor too and when Ethel sent her bill in the publisher of the paper replied that the editor had received the money due for the poem Earth Music j and that be could not for one moment entertain any other claim So poor Ethel never received a penny for her work It seems shameful I am sure it can be explainedIt Nigel wf tfully replies the girl with a sad shake of the bead Ethel came here to see Margaret yester terday and she refused to talk of the matter even and indignantly orderd the visitor out poor Ethel who ia quite blindV still tun1 not 1Iiup faith returse Nigd coming to lInBatlw- iUtell yon what I wilt do to prove you are quite wrong about Margaret Delboa jUtlwrittI t je laundress to copfitout and send it to the Ladies Budget her own name and from her own quarters If Margaret Debos is as dishonest inefficient as you suggest she will probably buy it and publish it under her own signature in her Christmas number Seated alone in Ills chambers in Pump HENRY C LAVER One of Louisvilles Liberal and Enterprising GermanAmericans Court Temple a few days later however Nigel Forester Is not so sure that the trap he has so carefully prepared is eithei manly or honorable Now as he thinks of a womans loneli ness and temptations in these fiercely competitive times against the whole world of literary jealousies a great pity for heror is it loveseems to come upon him But as he muses there arises in the mist before him the sweet trustful face of his cousin Dollie Dollie who is ever ready to champion the weak against the strong andsinfulthe Dollie his mother long and prays slwedathe may take to wife And I have promised her that I will do this thing liegwans I will keep my word however bitter may be the cost If Margaret Delbos be this living fraud it will be well forher to know that nothing no not eves a literary fame built on lies can endureJ hDecember hasftome at length Dora Martin and her aunt have hurried up front sleepy old Theydon and scampered all over Oxford street and Bond street and Burlington arcade in search oi Christmas presents for their kin At last tired and breathless they hail one of the crawling hansoms that move perpetually through Londons busier thoroughfare andare whirled eastward to the temple where Nigel awaits them with some imp tieiice A few minutes lifter she and Nigel and her aunt are beiag whirled toward Liver pool street station cm their way to their fysToday he is strangely silent For a sScosd she is puzzled to know what make him so quiet and speechless jfc Then she sued ly remembers that this is the day on wlrkl post of the leading papers issue th U Christmas numbers Instinctively the two of them wend their way to the Jeeok stall end the vivid green covers of a special number of the Ladies Budget sieeis to mock at and dance madly before Doras eyes Oh come aKy Nigel she cries impulsively aekliichcr cousins arm and trying to draw INM toward a platform never miad 3gwt that stupid plan of ours it was wigIit was foolish let it ri P88 But Nigel1111Jwii move Bending down he loofcinilWir with gravely r- eproachfulunolUeb any with a strange ten deraeM that ja aJisr closer to him all la spite of kefwtf pave you forgot ten Ethel CheVeKqr1 grievance uNo not thaV aapa Dora cryingat last but tears rotttae down her cheeks but yon know spa cite for her Nigel DditwiUhortyoH 1Dollie 4uIt u iucb a boltspoJttu ae- itt was with Jab of epnWa k reveals to the iii girl that the tDO utbAt have passed since they met have not only tegbt Nigel the secret fbet hwwt 6t tfc + jcrrtt of bia own alao The CWrtttaiUWntwr of she Ipdia Lt 1ri Budget has this year been a great suc cess The place of honor is filled at least so says theWeekly Bulletin by an exceedingly clever story by the cultured editor Miss Margaret Delbsentitledi- tA Drama in Colors Rumor has it that this exceedingly talented author is so pleased with the popularity of that work that she has resolved to reproduce it at an early date i book form But Nigel happy though he is i Dollies greathearted lovedoes not permit this A curt letter from him returning the check for 15 she sent to his laundress and warning her that her frauds we ref known cut short the literary career Miss Margaret Delbos and the Ladies Budget is withoutan editor Now Dollie wants to go up to London and to help if possible her old rival And Nigel says she shall do so and he will aidl her But not until she has become hisI wifeBoston Globe- TELEPATHY IN ANIMALS Many of the curious things which yea J ago we were told were only supersti tions or old womens talk are In th march t intellect and science being lai l open to rken Ks telenathic instlnc tianimals explain iL1 r things Of course the explanation isI far from satisfactory but it is the begin ning of the end To scientists even that much is gratifying The saying rats desert a sinking ship led to the dis covery last year of a hole in a ships bot tom that eventually saved the ship andl the lives of all on board Witness the peculiar intelligence shown by horses likewise elephants in places of danger also that of dogs on the death of a be loved master These are accounted for by the telepathic principle What if anything lies beyond to these animals will doubtless not be so easily discovered LOVER OF illS MOTHER Of all the love affairs in the worjd none can surpass the true love of a big boy for his mother It is a pure love EMIL GRAESER Who has been an indefatigable worker for the Royal Arch iin this city and noble honorable in the highest de gree to both I do not mean merely a dutiful affection I mean a love which makes a boy gallant and courteous to his mother saying to everybody plainly that he is fairly in love with her Next to the love of a husband nothing so crownsI a womans life with honor as this second love this devotion of son to her And I never yet knewa boy to turn out but who began by falling in love with his mother Any man may fall in love withI a freshfaced girl and the man who is gallant with the girl may cruelly neglectt the worn and weary wife But the boy who is a lover to his mother in her middle age is a true knight who will love his wife as much In the sear leaved autumn as he did in the daisied springtime Dandelion leaves are said to be a sure cure for insomnia Before going to bed chew two or three of the leave and they will always induce sleep no matter how nervous and worried a person may be To remove blood Mains from cotton ma terial Mich M denim or cretonne pillow coym std pillow ticka where aaap and water cannot be died make a thick pate of iattbdry starchand warm water aid cover the aoUed place with it let U 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QUINN Dublin Porter A- lT French Winesf Seventh and Oak Sts FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES PRESH MEATS A- NDVIGITABLIE3S GO TO WIUmM MmL S W Cor Eighteenth and Gtestmrt+t Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF UM LAWLERS ONARCHI IA SUPERIOReG OEJ2VO OIOAJHC 1207 West Main Street Louiiville MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY JIM MOORBS PLACE u 1521 Portland AT FQAN- CISExchange 1900 Portland Ave MIKE FRANCIS JProp Fine Wines and Liquors a j specialtytJ Eugene Mcsnane N E Cor First sad Grewt TIIFDEWEWFinest ported and domestic Hot roastgday and tbbeetin ta 1 THOS GARRYr DEALER IN1IN139T rMllts nd Vegetables Al o Jnll Stocl- cInportnl Wines Liquors and Cigar NINETEENTH AND BANKl U C p- tr w U row JAMES WOLFE Cor Eighth and Oldham Sts Groceries and Produce FRESH laEArSFINEST WINES AND LIQUORS A SPECIALTY Hubbuch BrosII i1106 and 1108 West Market Street Show the most popularpriced line of Wall Paper and Carpets 4 brought to this market Everything bright and tJ IIEverand best values for the money in large quantities at lowest cash figures us price advantagcs that arc obtainable in no way We carry n complete line of SACRED Lother and make Frames to ordertJ II A V THOMSON President CIIAS MENDEL Vice President HARDIN WILSON Sec and Treas s KentuckyJeans Clothing Co INCORPORATED is MANUFACTURERS OF THE FAMOUS Lion Brand Jeans Pants Cass1nere Kersey Corduroy and Worsted Suits and I a complete line of Duck Suits LOUISVILLE KY I II III Z III IIIIII I I1t MUldoon MonUIll6nt GolliflallU I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF = ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE = Monuments I Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios raII WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN BftHIIUIIDDftDftIIIDI ftDHI ftDIU r- ILFRED BRINKEFIFTH AND CHESTNUT STREETS i1NWIRER1ELotJIsVILL 1 Old Reliable Laundry T S BOTTOMLEY PROPR NEAT AND PROMPT WORK Office 208 W Jefferson St 235 Third St Louisville Ky FRANK A BROHM JR MURRAY BAILEY r LAUNDRYiiiFamily Washing 4c Pound Telephone 974 Y DANIEL BOONE CIGARSRY Elal LIIE EM l COLD STORAGE4 For all perishable products The capacity of our rooms Is 200000 I cubic feet DXTO DANGER OIF BREAK DOWNPlant operated by two independent machines IXJUISVILLE ICE CO MANUFACTURERS OF PUREICEIIFrom distilled and filtered soft water Ii M PQSCHINGER Prop 924938 E Maltt St Louisville Ky TELEPHONE 2343 0 HERRMANN BROSDISTILLERS OF Fine Kentucky WhiskiesImporters of Pine Wines and Liquors ai4sfiiaet1z Sl1ree1 Lcnalsvl11eny EigHtyearold PEARL OP NELSON bottled in bond a specialty x III f MJ Gathof Bros rT3xy Good ts r1ti jOLlslbdLDaLg Goods 8O802nud 816 West Market Street I C VON J N CREAMERY aROOERY2 1606 WEST MARKET ST aier ian Sweet Batter Jersey etcRFine Uoe of Staple and Fancy Qroc rtefi r RETURNS TO IRELAND Miss Conno Tolls of Her Life WorkDelighted With America Before leaving for Ireland Miss Maud Gonne gave out the following interesting statement concerning her lift and her work and the impressions formed during her visit through this country- In the first place I dislike to be called the modern Joan of Arc It makes me ridiculous I am simply an Irish woman endeavoring to assist my Irish country men and the struggling Boers against the oppressions of the British No it is not true that I am of English parentage or birth My father was a Colonel in the British army is what gives rise and color to that story I am Irish through and through and was born in Dublin All my family and relatives however are Conservatives or Unionists all against me I have a sister married to Col Pil MARTIN CUSICK State President Ancient Order of Hi bernians cher of the British army now out fight ing the Boers I tried to keep my sister from marry ing him but I couldnt I was educated in Paris and what led me to espouse the cause of the Irish was the difference I saw in the condition of the people of France and those of Ireland when I re turned there at twenty years of age I witnessed the brutal evictions of the English and the outrageous treatment all around to which the Irish people were subjected It made my blood boil and I determined to raise my voice for the peo pIe of my native land Our good work is going on Ten years ago there were 38000 Irish troops in the British army now there are only 25000 and there will be less I expect to live to see Ireland free and independent During Queen Victorias reign the population of Ireland has been reduced from 0000000 to 4500 OOjust half Thi8h8S ISF 1Ii one for pleblve + 6 Ar d- toVdeathor forced to lleave Iheitbeloved- isle l I detest the English The more you see of them the less you will like them As a people they are fast deteriorating morally and physically They are al ways putting the Irish and Scotch soldiers to the front in war The English soldiers are of the scum and no good as you see in South Africa What we want to do is to keep the Irish from enlisting in the English army to fight the Boers or any other people Wherever I have found the Irish in any country they are friends of liberty Our Irish regiments did not want to go to South Africa One regiment refused to go and the men were handcuffed and forced aboard the trans ports Another regiment threw their guns in the river but they were driven aboard The British flag was snatched by Irishmen from a regiment as it marched to the transport and torn to JOHN A MURPHY County President Ancient Order of Hibernians pieces and it was not resented We have burned the union jack at our meet lugs and carried the Transvaal flag at all of our meetings and there are no arrests for the English dare riot lnfiame public sentiment at this time You dont hear of these things on this side because you get all your news from London sources They dare or do not arrest any promi nent people In Ireland now They arrest some of our bill posters and boys scattering antiEnglish literature but that only helps our meetings I am delighted to see the awakening sympathy for the suffering Boers in America and to find that a vast majority of your people are with us in this righteous cause against an unholy war waged for greed and gold tI HANDY HOUSEHOLD HINTS Milk will remove Ink stains from cloth if it u applied immediately pars cool a hot dish in churry puce it in a NSI full of cold salt water A cracked egg may be safelyboiltd If wrapped In a piece of greased paper To relieve the pain of a burn ioak at once in cold water in which plenty qf bdbaa foal clhnal sit i EdisoittJ fia Phonographs t 92 In order that all readers of this 9- 2ft paper may own and enjoy a 01 phonograph we have a special t91 offer to make them our 92 in name and address to us and we tn w will tell you about it Edison tf 92 Phonographs are the only 92 jn satisfactory talking m They afford endless achinesii92 ment and are sold aa in 750 each Records for the in- M phonograph are 60c each or 492 5 per dozen We have over 9- 2ft 5000 Records in stock i RAY PHONOGRAPH CO jjIVTEL igOS 623 FOURTH AVE frepair all kinds of Talking Machines f lOUl8YIln SH M- CC RPH Cl R ING WORKS r DAN CARREL Prop Carpet Refitting Sewing and Laying WALL PAPER CLEANING OFFICE AND WORKS 513 First Street Loulsvlllo Ky Telephone 2357 TomppertiFCO EXPERT PlumbersGas Steam AND i Natural Gas Fitters 226 THIRD ST LOUISVILLE KY TELEPHONE 2928 BOSTON GERMPRO FILTER Handsomest Filter put on the Barroom Counter to date Call and see It la op oration BENJ B WATTS The X1tuuL er 319 Fifth St Tel 852 WWOFF- GOm I1ll I 638 and 640 WEST MARKET ST FRflNK 66RfYDEA- LER IN Hay Corn Oats and Mill Feed Also Chop and Crushed Feed 219225 E Alain St Use Our Condition Powder Best Bowel Regulator on the market TELEPHONE 1013 Kemipys Exchange JOHN KENNEY Prop 114 Second Street Louisville Ky- Telephone 2825Z LUNCH ML DAY Phil Hoclio jcc Go Distillers and jobbers off FINE KKfur WHISKIES Corner S thamtt Market Streets UI8VILI KYII SWEEPING CHANGES Irish Schools to Stop From One Extreme to the Other A correspondent announces that some sweeping changes will come into force on April 1 next as regards the national educational system in Ireland No official intimation has yet been sent out of the change that it is alleged it is proposed to adopt but it is stated that there is good ground for believing that what is known as the results system will be completely abolished and the present English sys tem instituted The Irish schools are to step from one extreme to the other from strict rigid individual examinations annually with payment to teachers dependent on passes in single subjects to a method of repeat ed inspection and close supervision with an examination once in four years only the teachers pay to depend on style and JAMES COLEMAN State Secretary Ancient Order of Hi bernian manner of work rather than on the ab sorbing power of his pupils Following this the programme of instructions and the subjects taught will vary much from the present course for instance agriculture will as regards the primary schools be totally eliminated while the pro gramme in such subjects as grammar and geography will be considerably curtailed It is understood that the introduction of such matters as handicraft instruction will not be attempted at present but the teachers will be encouraged to pay atten tion to all such branches as drawing mensuration elementary sciences etc Subjects of importance for commercial pursuits such as bookkeeping and short hand will be strongly recommended In fact those radical changes point to the fact that the Commissioners realize that the present aimless system must give way to such arrangements as are best calcu lated to keep pace with the progress of thejure onrLat the sanietinieefficentlv equipiKi youthss for thestern intellectual battle with the world which they must face on leavfng school EXAMPLE FOR OUR SOCIETIES At the recent State Convention of the Knights of Columbus in Ohio District Deputy Brady of Gilmour Council Cleveland reported that his council had made arrangements for taking three boys each year from St Vincents Orphan Asylum and defraying the expenses of giving them a two years course at a Catholic college This is making practical an organized force of Catholic men And it affords an example to all our Catholic societies throughout the country and especially in Syracuse where weJmve so many of them It might be well to ask ourselves what have we done in any shape or form along the lines adopted by the Cleveland Council of the Knights of Columbus THOMAS KEENAN President Division 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians Nothing Oursocieties meet pass resq lutions honor members elect officers confer strings of titles pay dues give each other a general jolly as they say and then adjourn in a sense of supreme contentmentThe Order of Hibernians is about the only society we know of that has done anything practical in this line locally That worthy society furnished and equipped the excellent Cadet Corps of the House of Providence and it is a credit to them We should awake from our lethargy and make practical the principles for which our societies came into existence There is altogether too much lodge room lethargy rampant What are all the testimonials and presents for faithful services aSK presiding officer alongside the help rendered to one poor orphan in Riving him a start in life Our societies M we understand then wre intended forsowethiag more than mrc ROMip cauctfie or Uonkillinf gathering Catholic Son l bee in a mails bonnet ITbtPra1cteati the honey of hap A FRflNK FEHR IWCORPORATEJD BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE ICY EXTRA BREW OUTI NEW PILSENER PURE SENNII ACKERMANI M BREWING CO INCORPORATEDLOUISVILLE ISOT JCLI1VGc A SPECIALTY He Drinks Best Who Drinks Pabst PAES1 SIEWINGc coTelephone 1389 11111111 III INDIANAPOLIS BREWING CO- BOCKBEEVR lis ALWAYS THE FAVORITE TRY OUR BOTTLED BOCK BEER TELEPHONE 710 I1WW WWIWUWW WWlUIWW HUM fiiimniimiimiHuuiimimiiiiiia ITNT GAO WEDMANN BREWING C0 Brewers and Bottlers of Fine Beers MuenchenerBOCK BEER BOTTLESIIAwarded highest 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on our welland admirably selected stock If you wish goodvalues at a moderate price make your spring purchases at this popular and reliable st- oreR8BEFTEMMET The following is the complete programme and cast of characters for the play of Robert Emmet to be presented at Masonic Temple tomorrow evening under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians for the benefit of the Boer hospital corps The musical features will Include a vocal solo by Mrs Katie Costigan who in Louisville Master Thomas Keenan will alsois noted as one of the finest singers sing and Thomas D Clines will render a recitation of the Top o the Morning K which recently appeared In these columns A pleasing surprise is in store for all who attend sad the Kentucky Irish American urges its readers to pack the Temple Theater on this occasion CAST OF CHARACTERS Dan OLeary an old soldier David OConnell Michael Dowdall a friend of Emmet James Dillon Darby OGaff a sprig of the Isle Joseph P Cooney William Kernan a traitor Joseph E Hill Sergeant Topfall of the British army Martin D Fitzgibbon Corporal Thomas of the British army Elihu J Spencer Corporal John While of the British army Thomas Curran Lord NOrbUry f John Jefferson I Thomas WalshJudgesBaron George Baron Daly J Jerry Murphy Sarah Currau Emmets sweetheart Miss Ada Belle Childress Judy ODougherty full of fun Miss Katie Barrett CunninghamRobertBRITISH SOLDIERS Robert Mitchell Con Hallahan Michael OBrien John Dolan William Casey Joseph McCarthy PEASANTS Jerry Hallahan Patrick J Meehan Martin McNally John Curran William Murphy Patrick OKeefe Keenanii Miss Mamie Kaelin Miss Anna Tully Miss Margaret Hourigan Miss Lulu Luhn Miss Maggie Canty Miss Katie Brown Master Thomas Keenan Master William Silk Master Patrick Deeley Master Thomas Keyer Master Thomas Burke Master Martin Keyer Jury Constables Etc MUSICIANS John Brown Joseph McCarthy Andy Conroy SYNOPSIS Act IScene 1 Maynooth 1794 peasants making stations OLearys home Darbyarrives Old Ireland Forever soldiers defeated Scene 2Exterior of patriots depot Kernans plans to betray Emmet Emmpts meditation Scene 3 Interior of depot Kernans plot Emmets plans the plot fails Emmet forgives Kernan Act ILScene 1Johu Phil t Currans home hasty news the parting between Sarah and Robert Scene 2Kitchen in Currans home Darby in clover the Irish reel Mr Authority arrives Scene 3Exterior Qf patriots depot Dowdall and OLeary plan Corporals good joke Scene 4Interior of depot all ready for the attack farewell EmmetfKcrnan plans again to betray Where goestthou the duel to death tableau Lapeof two months between Acts II and III ActIll Scenei Efflmetr scapeaiuUsrccapturedidUliDma IiuiD MSQn Emmets cell ilDblin prison Sarah visits him Scene 2Darblsgriefildv consoles him Jeerte3New Session House in Dublin Emmets trial and sentence Scene 4 Thomas street Dublin Emmet marched to the scaffold No no we will die together Scene 4Tableau Emmets tomb MUSICAL PROGRAMME ColumbiaOverture March McAlheeneys Irish Cake Walk Emmet Balmoor Selection Songs of Different Nations Edwards Sounds from ErinWaltz Favorite KuehrMedleyHibernian L Het Volkslled Fighting Boers Van Rees March Stars and Stripes Sousa SPECIALTIES INTRODUCED DURING AND BETWEEN ACTS RecitationExiles ReturnThomas P Clines KeenanVocalVocal SoloKillarney Mrs Katie Costigan EXECUTIVE STAFF Treasurer John M Mulloy Stage Manager Tello Webb Artist C J Ditto Dancing Master Prof Dowd Chorus Director Miss Lizzie Keyer Costumer Mrs Anna Kuprion The entire production under personal direction of Mr Francis G Cunningham WHAT NEXT I The Trades and Labor Assembly Falls to Secure aQuorum of Five Members Central Labor Union Condemns the Action of Certain v Legislators Phoenix Hill Park Secured for the Annual Labor Day Celebration WILL ASSIST THE BARBERS UNION There was a fairly good attendance of delegates last Sunday at Becks Hall at 1 1jthe adjourned meeting of the Central Labor Union and quite an amount of business was transacted Vice President James J Martin pre aided with a dignity and ability that stamp him as a firstclass chairman and parliamentarian and his name is now being prominently mentioned for the y Presidency of the Typographical Union L to succeed Walter Binford who will not be a candidate for reelection Communications were received from the National Association of Stationary Firemen taking the aid of thencentral body in organizing that craft here The k matterWasplaced iu the hands of the Organization Committee who will co operate with Organizer McGill An important circular WM also received from the United Hatters of Worth Amer ica giving the names of local dealers 1 who are handling noaiinion hats Their namea will be reported to the members of alLUre unions r tedbftbe cen tral body Puriug the preceding week there IMS much talk relative to the action c of the Central labor Union in rejecting the btopositione of those unions which with IKW boAt a year ago The consowB of opinion was that the Central Labor Unions course was the proper one and this resulted in the seceders asking for the privilege of another hearing which was cheerfully granted but the commit tee sent a communication stating that they were unable to secure a meeting of a quorum of five members They may appear at the meeting March 25 The Central Lobor Union will stand for the law in this matter and triumph in the endPresident John Fuchs was absent in Washington attending the meeting of the Executive Council of the American Federation of Labor therefore the appoint ment of the standing committees and the Labor day committee was deferred until returnResolutions were adopted condemnibg Representatives Charlton and Letterle for their hostility to the bill requiring vestibules upon street cars They have always posed as friends of the working men and their action was a surprise particularly to the street railway employes Representative Heissman was commend ed for his manly stand and appeal for the- causeOf suffering humanity Gus Henry a delegate well known in labor circles who speaks many lau guages was announched as a candidate for interpreter of the City Coqrt and he will receive indorsement for the position Contracts were dosed with tfae management of Phoenix Hill Park for Labor day The Auditing Committee made its annual report which was accepted as most satisfactory Indorsement was also given to the Bar bers Union in their struggle against son union shops of which there are only a few here now Trades unionists are urged to refrain from patronizing those shop which do not display imiou cards John Young and Henry Rautenbuach are doing great work for this union Tile announcement by Delegate Dietz that the Fiscal Court would hereafter award work only to contractors employ lug union workman elicited much ap planesThe next meeting takes place on Merck 26 Visitors nay be present from the State Federation of rua tba SM don will bs ail important one rL Cold coffee bet been known to be good for watering pleats occasionally and it is aaydiUy go for the hyacinth w 1 r BOCK BEER OF THE gj Louisville Lager Her Breweries WILL BE- OUT TODAY jTOMORRO FRANK FEHR BREWING SENN ACKERMAN BREWING CO xmff THE PHOENIX BREWING COr THE SCHAEFERMEYER BREWING CO c THENADORF BREWING CO jiTHE STEIN BREWING CO i ii UNION MAfE BEER PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY SAINT PATRICK From the Famous Painting in the Rooms of the Friendly I Sons of St Patrick New York City t GGOOCKOOOOOOOOOOQO000 WRITTEN FOR TUB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Ijijt7s ST PATRICKS DffiTr jJy agalnItsf ltjk And down each crowded city the long processions cOaelfi To Erinn stirring ditty and the music of the drum tJ mt v Ten thousand voices cheer them as they go marching byfcaf And others still who hear them take up the swelling cryFj And shout Hurrah for Ireland and for St Patricks dayAfc All honor to our sireland and the famous shamrock spr The shamrock and St Patrick and our beloved isle 4Y fcAnd her devoted heroes whom gold could not begniiej ap Well cherish them with loyalty until we breath our liitf V Then bid our children love them wherever they are c stft Then shout for dear St Patrick and glory in his na1ti t Let banners flutter for him and trumpets sound his farce And let us pray by night and day that we may live oii His people blest and Ireland proud prosperous and frSMp TIIoMA PAL ia- r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week1enerat- News Notes Go see Robert Emmet at the Temple Hurrah for St Patrick and tHe Ken Lucky Irish American Division 44 of Boston will celebrate tomorrow afternoon with a smoke talk The Ladle Auxiliary and Division lof St Paul will giVe a joint ball after Easter The XassachusetU State Board hiss forbidden the use of intoxicants at Bib jiiaii gatherings Th division of Fall River trill go to their J aater duty in a body the second Sunday after Raster The iadieapAwjdlisTjr oif Dividon U are arrnnging for a popular entertain meat at University Hall on April 17 Division lot Vat K Y atwseeeded in raWo faotlli fIBqwr tospitaJi y f rf ti t t 1fund which were fofwarMto Washing tonElrDivision Dakota at a recent meeting adof4e4 Hnflng Boer resolutions and voted rraW the hospital fund DivisionS of AdjI asshas sac seeded in organizing a flmwiaiiing ladles auxiliary Pisa HwtaaJhDahkls was elected PresidentU J The Hibernian of Soa V Ji have arranged for spnWfc meeting fort purpose of coltoettnft tfunds for the IrieliBoer hospital cotp tV 0toyltoLabland and Maysvilk are the only taRe outside of Louisville that have dMaw in Ken lucky There should beV4tan more at least f+ u The Ladies Anailkfy f DivLloa 3 of Chicago celebrated the i s anniversary of its institution JT ratMOakig a lugs number of Hibernian tsjwfa at the Leasing Club House CfA A division was oifMtk d tMck before last at Knights of Columbia Rail Will Umwtio Ooto witk fo 1iry r 7F members The officers were installed by County President Daniel McAvoy takeICohocs This division attended St Vin cent de Pauls church in a body last Sun day and received holy communion There was a dancing party at the month ly meeting of Division 3 of Dover N H that was largely attended and proved a most enjoyable affair Light refreshments were served during the evening The State Board of the Ladies Aux iliary of Minnesota has awarded gold pins to thirty ladies for their activity during the past six months in bringing in mem bers to the various divisions to which they belong County President William Cronin of Boston addressed the members of Di vision 1 of Manchester N H on the ar JOHN CRIBBINS Public Spirited and Interested in the Irish Societies of Louisville rangements which are being made for the national convention to be held the last week in May The Hibernian Rifles of Dover N H gave a delightful coffee party and dance to their friends at the hall of Division 1 Capt John Redmond and lady led the grand march which was participated in by alarge number Rev Father Kervick who leaves Pipe stone Minn for Baltimore because of falling health will be greatly missed by the Hibernians He was an active worker and to make the order a success was one of his greatest ambitions St Patricks Cathedral Newark N J will today celbrate with imposing cere monies the golden jubilee anniversary of its founding All the living priests and prelates who have been connected with the Cathedral will be present The Hibernians of Anaconda Mon have made elaborate preparations for their entertainment in honor of St Pat rick Prominent citizens will take part and from the interest that has been taken it will surpass all previous efforts The recent celebration of St Bridgets day by the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Baltimore included a concert and hop The programme was an interesting one with vocal and instrumental selec tions and an essay on St Bridget by Miss Margaret Clark The County Board of the Ladles Aux iliary of Minneapolis met last week with Division 5 and the large attendance showed the lively interest taken in auxiliary affairs The combined membership of the various divisions in Hennepin county on January 1 was 735 the figures showing an amazing growth during the past year Milwaukee Hibernians will celebrate the anniversary of their patron saint with a grand entertainment at the Davidson Theater this evening The proceeds will be placed in the Red Cross fund for the relief of the wounded Boers Hon John J McMannan a wellknown torney will deliver the principal address A patriotic festival will also take place in St Patricks Hall where High Chief Ranger McMahon of the Catholic Order of roresters will deliver the address Both programmes include literary and musical exercises We are pleased to hear that a tnoye menthaa been started by the Hibernian of Providence itt favor of the erection of a centrally located hall to be used for society meetings and public entertain meats The idea Is a good and practical one and we have no doubt that if our Irish lIOjj eties take hold of the project success is Neural A halt of that sort will to use the hackneyed phrase fill a long felt want There ought to be 11- 0dU5Cu1tjiD a city where our people are sonnammoua in getting roads for the land Once a sitela acquiredl the money IIor tvireor Use boUdihg con readily bs secured J AAJYYYIAAAAAAAAA AAAA Patricks Day Celebration THE FAMOUS IRISH DRAMA HI ROBERT EMMET WILL BE PRESENTED BY THE i flow order 01 Hibernians I j 4 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE J BOER HOSPITAL CORPS 4 3dCosoxaio Temple Theater J SUNDAY NIGHT MARCH 18 1900 Admission 25 Cents Reserved Seats 35 Cents TEMPLE THEATER- W H MEFFERT MANAGER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY- IN THE FAD OF THE DAY Quo VadisMatinee daily at 215 Night at 815 Popular PriceslOc 16c 25c 35c and 50c No higher BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MATINEE MAR 18Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Batnrdtr TilE B- IGVanity FairExtravaganza Vaudeville Co A special feature for the first time here is the moving pictures of the great Mc GovernDixon fight R BAUDEJEWELER DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Silverware Clocks and Spectacles 312 Market Street Bet Third and Fourth LOUISVILLE KY Repairing and adjusting of Watches u specialty pnoenix Hotel W W PflRRISH Mgr 707 to 713 W Market st Bet Seventh and Eighth- LOUISVILLE KY Newly pninted and refurnished through out Rates 1 to 150 per day CWRKS Miss May Henry H P Parrish this Is No Ordinary Advertisement Give It Your Careful Attention The Expedit System For cutting Ladies Misses and Chil drens Garments embodies all the latest improvements in the art of scientific dresscuttin which will in sure a perfect and artistic fit Scholars finishing a course competent to take charge of business for them selves or leading positions for others A rare opportunity to learn Cutting Pitting and Basting You are in vited to our Parlors where oral in structions will be given at a moder ate cost Learn now and prepare for spring season Exceptional oppor tunity for home dressmaking MOTHERS INVITED Room 20 CourierJournal Bldgr Thos S Cleary 12q First Street WINES J LIQUORS AND CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS Hot Lunch from 10 to 1 Oclock THE RECEPTION CHAS F SCHNATTERER Fourth sad Missouri Ave JefferaoHvllle Iwd FINE WINES BEST CIGARS AND LIQUORS HOT LUNCH AT NOON GEO NANZ PINE Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco 449 Spfhg Street JcfferwavlMe M ALWAYS WELCOME FRANK MEIERS PLACE 8ijBn tIt JflffereeavHto tad Pine Wines and Liquors Choice Brands of Cigars ODORLESS VAULT CLEAK1N6 1allicrl ANraTttopbonw iiog7 t8as MY Watt DKMIMQ =s fcy wall wilt r- JNO P COLL Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries Feed Cigars and Tobacco 802 k 804 S E Cot Chestnut and Fulton Sts JEPFERSONVILLE IND Frank H SpiethWholesale and R- etailButcher Fresh and Smoked Meats of all kinds 319 Spring Street Jeffersonvllle ld John Talley CANDIDATE FOR Township Trustee Subject to the decision of the Democratic Primaries April 0 1000 k WM J3J3 TJDJ 4 JEVELER218 Spring Street INDRopalring F10yd ParkDruggist and Apothecary N E Cor Spring and Market Streets Jeffersonvllle Ind Stallss Hot61 Spring and Front 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IC NTUOXY n Alf I l W UNPRECEDENTED K lKI The prices and terms offered by us on the highest grade Pianos and Organs have secured us the bulk of the trade and being manufacturers we arepre pared to offer to the public prices and terms which will insure the purchaser Dfl SflYING OF FROM 50 TO 100 Ii We head the list with the artistic BALDWIN t Piano the wellknown ELLINGTON and VALLEY GEM and other Pianos as well as the Hamilton J iand Monarch Organs- A careful and impartial investigation and com t parison invariably results in the purchase of one of the abovenamed makes where the customers desire the greatest value for the amount of motley they Z wish to invest in an instrument We extend to all an invitation to call and investigate kI o LID H BALDWIN CO L 236 FOURTH AVENUE Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise Grapha phones and Supplies 9 JOHNM ONEILLt 355 FIFTH STREET Real Estate Agentr1DLECrI30NII fYIO Real Estate and Real Estate Paper Bought and Sold on Commission Houses Rented and Rents Collected Loans Negotiated Great Removal Sale Another shipment of fortyfive Ranges arrived this week and will be sold for only i 1598i Choice of rive or Sixhole Range nickel plated panel with the latest improvements This is a rare chance to buy Spring Housefurnishings Everything in our immense stock goes at onefifth off before our removal to Jefferson street if9 J l c 1 Qd f D M 1BREWINGCOj BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF 4 PILSENER BEER f 452fIi NJucnY SIZE FREE CONPIRMATIONPHOTOSLtPE GHELRODBRO Jefferson bet 3d and 4th ats SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J REED General Passenger Agent frofficMnllngerW n The Mutual Life1 Insurance Co r olJ n tfcJ Y Incorporated OTHER DIRECTORS J J Mcllenry Attorney ot Law H W Barret Pres Eclipse Woolen Mills M Muldoon Monument Marble Works H M Durford Pres Dank of Commerce Attnla CoxPres Columbia Finance and Trust Co lidw W Hays Cashier Bank of Ky Thomas R Gordon Attorney at Law G II Meldrum r Snedd Van Alsline Meldrum Co Allen R HiteAttotney at Law W CPriest Real Estate John W Barr Jr VicePres Fidelity Trust Safety Vault Co r I0 CARS f t r torrls President W W l1le Vice President Old Mier 1 we heir Secretary PctlusJE Treasurer F Jag D Stccdman t Home Louisville Ky a Wl This Company Issues the most Attractive le and easily sold form of whole life policies beau writing everything in Endowment and titeesJJ forms of LIfe Insurance P The Company has 200000 in Securities dene s ited with State Treasurer for the of allPfholders All paid promptly upon recytsipt andapproval of proof of death Ie ilk1 Oeorge Joseph PKS Medical Director Sfig good benefit claims IJacnbI W P TdutrnsSt Louis Mo T R Jonas Cartersvllle Ga Thos D PooleIhlladelphla Pa IennjRobertF Cleveland 0114 McGillJonesboro 01 Bam G NevllleCharlotte N Minton ft WoolBey Geo QtbbsWashington D C C O ItofmanLouisvilleP H RarbartPuducah Ky II OwensMaynrllle Ky tt Ram3eyClln m Ky D XCarter fc lilokman- B n Leltchileld Ky W DobsonLebanon Junction Ky Admitted Assets Dcccmbr 1899 290925347 Surplus 4 per cent 4053497 Surplus 412 per cent 21553491 Total Death Claims and Endowments Paid 348536474 S E 4 00NM u LSALEi PIANOSr y THE ENT- IREGREENUP STOCK THROWN ON THE MARKET AT 1 j 1CEJ We have purchased the entire stock of Pianos Organs and Musical Instruments of the Greenup Music Co AS OUR WAREROOMS ARE CROWDED TO THE DOORS we will for the next thirty 30 days sell the stock at just onehalf originai4PPJ rices This will prove the greatest sale in the history of Louisville 88 PIANOS AND ORGANS MUST BE SOLO LOOK AT THESE PRICES Nearly New 850 Steinway Upright mahogany case 425 A New 480 CltlckeritiK mahogany case for 265 A New 400 Poole Piano for 195 A New 385 Mahogany Sttiltz Baur Piano for r 187 A New Grecmtp Piano ftit any wood for 175 1851AA largo assortment of good Secondhand UprlghtsStelnways Knrtzmanits Haln 8 6c Co Martins Fischers Kranich Bach 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