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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r AI 7 4 AMERICANI 0 I VOLUME IVNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 7 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS QUEEN VICTORIA I Given a Courteous and Kindly Welcome Upon Her Arrival in Ireland Thousands Throng the Route FromKlng8town to Phoe liix Park= Daniel OJConneirs Residence and All Public Buildings Decorated AGED SOVEREIGN VISIBLY AFFECTED For the first time in thirtynine years Queen Victoria set foot on Irish soil last Wednesday afternoon The reception accorded her by the Irish people was one of the most enthusiastic every witnessed in the little island It spoke well for the proverbial good nature of the Irish race and proved beyond question that the people of the dear old land across the sea nre not so bitter against the Queen her P self as some of her parliamentarians and notoriety seekers would have the world believe Her Royal Majesty left Windsor Castle on Monday night arriving at Holyhead on Tuesday morning There she went aboard the royal yacht which shortly steamed out to sea amid the cheers of an admiring crowd who had come to the landing stage to see her off Kingstown was reached in the afternoon but the royal party did not go ashore until Wednesday morning- It was shortly before noon when the disembarkation took place the Queen leaning on the arm of her Indian attend ant and accompanied by Princess Henry and Princess Christian was received by the Kingstown officials in a magnificent pavilion erected for the occasion The carriage was in waiting and the Queen accompanied by her party entered it The Duke of Connaught the Lord Lieutenant and Earl Cadagan acted as the Queens personal staff aud were immediately fol lowed by the Royal Dragoon Guards who formed the Queens escort until the out skirts of Dublin weia reached All along jix uiilesl crow betweea flistoWii iid- lPaoenTxlark ance of the party It was the happiest assemblage seen in Ireland for many a day and was composed of all classes of citizens The poor vied with the rich to do honor fo the English sovereign Every house along the route had some sort of decoration and in many in stancesthe residences of the wealthier classes were a complete mass of bunting- At Booterstown the Queen was met by the school children of the village They gave her a great ovation which caused berjo smile graciously at them and bow repeatedly in response to their applause The city boundary being reached the Dragoon Guards trotted off in threes their places being taken by the Life- Guards who accompanied the Queen on the rest of her journey At the entranc- to the city she was welcomed by the Lord Mayor in an appropriate address which was read by the Lady Mayoress Her Majestys reply is as follows I thank you heartily for the loyal wel come and good wishes which you have tendered me on behalf of yourself and your fellowcitizens on my arrival in the ancient capital ot my Irish dominion I came to this fair country to seek a change and rest and to revisit scenes which recall to my mind the warm welcome given to both myself and my beloved husband I am deeply gratified that I have been able at this time to see again the mother land of those brave sons who have recent 1ly distinguished themselves in thedefense of my crown and empire with cheerfull valor as conspicuous now as ever in their glorious past I pray that the Almighty God may ever bless and direct you in the high functions which you exercise for the benefit ofyourfeltowcitizens This portion of the ceremonies over the Queen continued on her way through l the city She drove to Merribn Square and paused by the house once occupiedl by Daniel OConnell It was gaily deco rated as in fact was every otherhouse along the route of the procession The atreets were entirely covered with flags while the cheering of the thousands who witnessed the passing of the Queen wa simply deafening The whole town hadI taken a holiday and had put their whole spirit in the reception The Freemans Journal the organ ofr the National party commenting on th reception said The reception accorded the Queer has amply vindicated Irish reputation for kindly and courteous bopitality but there must be no attempt to misinterpret or misrepresent the attitude and feeling of the people It was not to the Queenit wasjiot to the supreme representative ol the empire but to an aged and feeble Jady ibat hit klpdly Irish welcome was afforded The temptation toaiake her coming Mi opportunity for a strong pro teat which would command attention against thet hateful British QeveratntnJj ia Irelandsbaa been retired with won derful forbwniace At the Vice Regal Lodge UK Qwen pat rtallhed by tba rlwKi CoMU U Cdopui F1hos41yartist itwaetil lodge t thjjLocd MtojAra nmtf tprivate secretary 8trArthur Biff telling him she wac dftiplr tvnetMd and gratified by the welcome she had re ceived Later she sent the following Convey to the Lord Mayor and citizens of Dublin the sincere thanks of the Queen for the loyalty and enthusiasm of the greeting which her Majesty received during her progress through the beautifully decorated route The Queen is happy to be once more among her Irish people from whom she has again re ceived so warm a welcome The Queen who looked remarkably well wore a bunch of shamrocks pinned uPon her breast throughout thee day This helped to increase the enthusiasm of the reception along the line of march All the press reports agree in saying that not one black flag or disloyal motto was evident during the entire parade OUR CHURCH CHOIRS MusicaiTalel1t IIncreasing and Progress In the Art Being Made The musical talent that has been heard in Louisville churches in the last few years has been an important factor in increasing the attendance at the Sunday services Some of the best critics have acknowledged that the order of music given by our church choirs compares favorably with that of some of the larger cities and in several instances surpasses the musical programmes of several of the leading New York churches Much of the credit for this enviable position which Louisville holds in the church musical world is due to the younger members of the congregations who in recent years have manifested a deep in terest in the choirs by giving their time and talent to the promotion of the best order of music at the masses The young people have been encouraged in their efforts by their pastors with the happy result that there is scarcely a Sun day passes but what some advance has been made toward the perfection of the musical feature of the services The choir of the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway made up altogether of young persons has made remarkable progress in the past year both in the class of music that it is heard in and the quality of the voices Th soloists Misses Lizzie Tarpey Edna Maxwell and Mary Higgins do excep tionallyl fine work The timbre of Miss Tarpeysvoice is particularly good while the voices of Miss Higgins and Miss Maxwell lend a sympathy to their singing which is delightfully sweet and at itenoft1ieadvantage are the Misses Florence Bell Annabel Corcoran Loretta Tighe Annie Vaughan and EffiePpake The organist is Miss Lula Mattingly an accomplished and soulful performer Another choir of exceptional merit is that attached to St Patricks church The organist is Miss Lizzie Keyer a talented musician to whoni the choir owes much of its succes The Cathedral and the Dominican church choirs have also some splendid voices which give evidence of the most artistic develop ment OFFICER RAIDY RESIGNS Membeer of the Police Department for Many Years Mr Patrick J Raidy one of the best known and most efficient officers in th police department sent in his res1gnatio to the Board of Safety last Monday morning This was principally brought about by an apparent inisunderstandin son the part of Col Haager who to have thought that Mr Raidy was purposely evading duty under the pretense of sickness The facts of the case are these July Officer Raidy while on his beat was taken seriously ill He was conveyed this o home and in a few days fever set in This was followed by pneu monia and for a time Mr Raidys life was in constant danger He was unable to leave his bed until October last He improved very slowly and by the advice of his physician took a trip toNew l Orleans notifying the police department departurelthe city somewhat improved in health but not well enough to return to work He was notified by Chief Haager that if he did not return charges would be filed against him The condition of his policeIthreatened Charges were then filed The rconsisted in the complaint that Olltc Raidy had left the city without the pert mission of the department This Officer Raidy denied In view of the fact that the charges had pnly been presented to Ii thie IIheartnsc of procedure intlJe case Haagers wAllin the nature of a cut and dried affairI resignedlI afloat that Officer Raidy was I anxious to quit poHce duty because of a fortune that was lleft him by a MMr rirfa tieelswitkont rutidatiodThelnl t once referred towas left Officer RaidI over two years ago and after geMjpg rhe WM ia active service m the fordlF forI over a year A mad may hit another HUM when JMS down but a wotrau will gnr llT kick W T Y eA won CM ft tepfQf ff 1 M end than a man at long a sea 1au more things to spend it I MOLLY PITCHER Patriotic Societies Will Erect a Handsome Monument at Monmouth I I Over the Well From Which She iI Drew Water For Revolu tionary Soldiers Washington Placed Her on the List of HalfPay Officers For Life IRISHWOMAN FAMOUS IN HISTORY The story of Molly Pitcher is historic but that the well from which she drew the water for the men in the battle of Monmouth is still in use near Freehold N J is not generally known It can be seep from trains passing over the battle field of Monmouth on the Pennsylvania railroad It is situated on the farm of William A Thompson and though nearly a hun dred years old is still supplying all the water used on the place The old bucket has vanished but pipes have been laid to the well and the water supply seems to be Inexhaustible On the upright posts a board stating that this is Molly Pitchers well has been fastened It is now the intention of the Sons and Djlughtersof the Revolution to bring the fact to the knowledge of the public and to erect upon the spot a hand some and permanent memorial The battle of Monmouth was fought on Sunday morning June 29 1778 Molly Pitcner was an Irishwoman the wife of a member of one of the New Jersey com panies of artillery While her husband stood at his gun she drew water and car ried it to the hot and thirsty men Men fell on all sides of her and the bullets whistled about her but she went tweftyethree years old On the day of the fight site wore over her gown an artillerymans coat and on her head a cocked hat While engaged in her labor of mercy Mrs Pitcher suddenly saw her husband fall beside his gun She had not attartiller mans ife fornotkingar j wtbands place and avengeins deathihere she continued until the close of the bat tieShe was noticed by some officers in high rank in command and on the fol lowing morning she was introduced by Gen Greene to Gen Washington who placed her on the list of halfpay officers for life She did not long survive her husband but died near Fort Montgomery among the highlands of the Hudson soon after the close of the war Her grave IU a Carlisle Pa and is marked by a hand some monument t1 I vicious ATTACKS 1 1 Notorlous Negro Tries to Kill Two Policemen and Is Shot onee thisncity was shot and killed by Officers Fitz gibbons and Scanlan while resisting ar a beatings r cries attracted the attention of the police When they entered the house BrooksI jumped from the secondfloor widow andl thte City Hospital after which search WillI began for her assailant whq was finally fordWhile waiting for its arrival the negro suddenly hit Officer Scanlan a powerful1L blow in the stomach and slashed Officert Fitzgibbons across the forehead with aI murderous knife He fcitf jn the act ofr again stabbing Officer Figibbons when both pulled their pistols and fired Brooks fell and died a short time after wardThe Coroners jury Monday afternoon returned a verdict acquitting the policemen as the case was one of selfdefense Brooks was notorious as a criminali and a murderer and the officers who are among the most careful on the force acted only ia defense of their lives The evir APRIL GAEL This excellent magazine this mouth spreads before its readers aa exceedingly attractive and interesting range of contri butions TLC April number contains the beginning of another of the charming sketched of counties in Ireland from the pen of Sarah Blernerlsoewith illustra fleasof Dunluce anda view of fir Giants Causeway The Gaelic pages are printed from new type whichwaa specially imported while its illustration taitt s the support it U rapidly gaining DUBLINS LORD JKAYOft 1 J JP MiUMi wrr Lad itotol aaai Protcttant BoaeRukrswit c took attM with Mr hrell at the Uuie of t1uupBUotaetIb party but haa eo 1femis lU M to recurs r n among nli sections ipiFi Se people He has I made a special stndy Municipal affairs and is one of Uleactive agents in the promotloDOf a M latne to extend the boundaries of Dubli fso w to bring in the surrounding tew Mbips and make aIgreater Dublin gor wed by one central authority His elM fee is particularly noteworthy from ttU fistthat he is the first pronounced tew immce advocate to hold the chair in Thi for many years temperI once platforms advocated the- causein every way jSyibk Dublin is probably one of the f Catholic cities in the world but tbwreters never question a mans religion JT II BELLS FIHANDONI 4t And the Church Made Famous By the Giftia FatherW Proyt High in the steePllhe church of St Anne the bells that Father Prout has mailering so musically for all the world Tljgre are eight of the Shandon bells andupID each one is an inscription Closi b the ivycovered wall of the church a the old church yard under the shad w of the tower and the bells lies the jwdy of Rev Francis Sylvester Mahoney wbom we know so well as Father Prout Father Mahouey was born in Cork and all the early years Of hiS life were spent at his home on Camd n quay where he listened to the melody of the bells as their music flowed frith the River Lee His parents decided that he should be come a priest and his education washr- red on with that endid view till later he studied in Franceat Amiens and in Parisand was finaly ordained a priest at Rome It was while he was in Rome that he wrote his SJ don Hells and there is something infinitely touching in the deep homesickness that lies in the little poem RU With deep affection ass recollection I often think of tboMf Shandon bells Whose sounds so wiljoflVrould in days of tjfeFling Ie their magic spells y- On this I ponder whefcer I wander And thus grow fonSer sweet Cork of thee to With thy bells of Sba sdpa that sound so grand on ij jj 1 The pleasant watwtef Jth iRfverLee testesdinClia4dt0litewtMR Hapir t I ua ydirkasg MWet1 OIFdoaand entered Hpoif a literary life do ing a good deal of work on Frasers Magazine It wasthen that he took the name of Father Prout thfs belonging to a learned and very eccentric priest who was a friend of Father Mahoney He first wrote a series of Prout papers fwd later took it as his nom de plume- It is characteristic of the Irish people that however far they may wander from their Emerald Isle they will retain a warm affection for it sod so it was with wastspent abroad but still his heart kept a warm corner for Ireland and nearly everything he wrote showed this He was a remarkahleli guist and translated into French GrekLati and Italian many of Moores poems and it is said that Garibaldis80ldierssangIIThe Groves of Blarneys in soft and limpid Italian upon the shores of their own lakesA restless eager spirit tent Father Prout traveling in Egypt Greece Hun gory and Asia Minor from which points he wrote brilliantly adding not a little to the literature of that period There Is soon to be n more fitting memorial above the grave of this gifted son of Erin for at present it is difficult to read even th bylLATEST JEISEY CRAZE A new disease has struck the towns of Matawan Marlboro aad Freehold N J which physicians tu ye termed dorainosis Not long since the d micro players of one town challengedtie domino sharps of the other toa ma ck game It gre steadily until scofM of people were drawn into it Regular tournaments were arranged In society all commenced to play the new fadiaI s ebusiness hoursI men would go aside jo practice or enjoy a few games until Lurch and all sociall domi ness arc bored todeMih by talk about the Jjoneyard and backs1 sud such like So great has the doiiino infatuation be come that men a4i1111so sit up all night till the hoe rt of early morning find thom exhausted but not in the leas conquered of the MW craze The mor sober people of FjUfcoM declare that i the domino maul ot checked by the Utethe May graiw Jwry Hie ts the outfit of playersiti the two towns will indicted 1 II sue BXCBLS JU A MODISTE eFew modistes ttUMcity give sac excellence in pint of workmanship as UiM Kate R QBriMk whose parlors ares fn the rninUr TfM ml RuILllnv But iit- t l t js not only inpoiltOi workmanship that Hiss OBrkaex ti gone of oar lady radrt say that fht quality of the roods furnished by tar torpMM that of om of UM acknowledged kMiaclLoMUrili enodlat willie t f1l Itamade at Jier pUc I iii always perfe t HIM QBrjeBi net ltrip io the But baa twaiudi bet MIMtac all the totelt fluhiotw that tte i layw this qa t nYyr r STILlTHEYrCOME Great Increase in Membership of the IrishAmericanSociety Literary Committee Arrange Interesting Exercises For Meetings The First Claim For Slclc Bonc fits Was Promptly Allowed NOW IN A PROSPEROUS CONDITION There was a perceptible increase in the attendance at Thursday nights meeting of the IrishAmerican Society when called to order by President Charles Feeney and in addition there were six candidates waiting to be initiated Upon motion the rules were suspended for the purpose of admitting Messrs Pat Grimes Pat White William Claire Samuel T Cross Jr John Greaney and Pat Reilly all of whom were obligated in an im pressive manner by Vice President MurphyOwing to the absence of Secretary Flynn the reporter of the Kentucky Irish American was appointed for the evening A large number applications for mem bership were received and referred to committees for investigation among them being the names of the following gentlemenJames Glenn John Claire Richard Fitzgerald Dennis Tierney James Kir wan Patrick J Welch George Tierney Clifford McDermott 0 J Corrigan Ed ward Ford James Doyle Joe Seymour Thomas Scally Michael Finnegan Rich and Murphy Michael ONeill Al S Smith Edward Tobin and James Trainor all of whom are expected to present themselves at the next meeting Chairman Thomas Cleary from the Relief Committee reported Mr Martin Minogue as still unable to leave his rest dence owing to the unfortunate accident that befell him last month His weekly benefits were ordered paid and thus the first claim on the IrishAmerican Society- torstick benefits asprampftlyaalloW 1 Treasurer Thomas TarpeyiiDmitted their quarterly ports both of which were of the most gratifying character showing the society prosperous and growing and quite a neat balance on the right side of the ledger During the session there was an inter esting discussion participated in by William Lawler Mike Francis Thomas Tarpey Joe Byrne M W Murphy and of ers which brought out the fact that there is a general desire that the Enter tainment Committee devise special exer cises for at least one meeting each month for the pleasure of the members There is no doubt but that the committee will act upon the suggestion and as the society possesses considerable talent something new and novel may be looked forThere are aJew members who have al lowed themselves to fall behiud wit their dues The Secretary is Instructe- to notify them of the fact and request their presence at the next meeting Among those present who took n lively interest in the proceedings here ex Alderman William Patterson Mike Francis and Thomas Claire ill of whoml made suggestions which if carried out will aid in pushing thiS organization to columneThe next meeting occurs at Hibernian I Hall on Thursday night April 19 whenI a large attendance is expected The members owe it to themselves andL the society to make better known the aims and purposes of this society which are non ierfggaa its only object being the rooralftAocialI and intellectual ad vancemejstof IrishAmericans with the two worthy members The present adminis tration has accomplished much but have only begun their work if they receive the support which should be accorded them We would urge all IrishAmericans to become acquainted with the advantages to be derived from membership in thi organization NEW STATIONS AT ST CECILIAS o prlt Retv Father Pius tomorrow evening n witf11 the benediction Father preach the servon The Rev Father Brady pleabereds with new are of art and beautifully mounted 1 SUCCEED THEIR MOTHER 1IIarryand George Thorpe two well known and popular young men of the West End have taken charge of the business heretofore conducted by theirl mother at 1827 Portland avenue She this week wade a present of the plate t0 11111001 and their many friends wiis1 memI bers of Mackin Council n OUT BQWUNQ CLUB Another bowHng suet end ono of tfie gnat is tbe dtjr frity bo optned ftufa dip night cpa tiu MMiM ol Chart1N Obst one of tlic cleverest Hibernians in Louisville For some time past skilled men have been at work at his place Han cock and Breckinridge streets and the alleys are now about finished The League opening takes place Friday night when a picked team from the Bostons and Dominos leaders of the Falls City League will meet the We Tens cham pions of the Louisville League Already many applications are in for membership in the Obst Bowling Club and the sport promises to become very popular in that part of the city Arrangements will be made for the accommodation of lady bowlers during afternoons CHANGED TO THURSDAY Everything In Readiness For the Progressive Euchre April 26 Thirteen branches of the Catholic Knights of America were represented at themeeting of the Central Committee at St Martins Hall last Wednesday evenI ing After some discussion and to giveI more time it was decided to change the dateof the euchre from Monday April 23 to Thursday April 20 which will give many an opportunity of attending who could not be present on the former dateThe Prize Committee reported that every branch had contributed handsomely and the list to be contested for will be the largest and most valuable ever seen in Louisville Besides the local branches those located at Paducah and Bowling Green were rep resented L M Grief a former resident of this city but now located at Paducah was present and reported the order as prosperous in his new district The Central Committee meets again Monday night with Branch 4 at St Francis Hall Several important matters wi11 be up for consideration and all branches should be represented From present indications the euchre will surpass those heretofore given in this city Arrangements will be made for the comfort of spectators as well as players S 5 THE WEST END Grand Opening Arranged For St Cecilias Church Bazar 00 r The boast ox Ives cir St adios 1 B1IfOSKfAI=evening April 18 arid to continue for two weeks promises to be a splendidsuccess The different societies connected with the church have the affair in handand each one is striving to outdo the other in the amount of money to be realized to help Rev Father Brady in his great workThe Executive Committee have made arrangements for a grand opening night when an excellent programme will be pre sented Several well known people have voulnteered their services for the occa sion The entertainment will be a pleasing one during which no soliciting will beallowedThe for the prize offered the society disposing of the largest number of combinations tickets is becoming very spirited the leaders now being the Young andhodf America whose members are working night and day that their favorite may land a winner The prize offered is a handsome gold watch or its equivalent as the lucky one may desire The big voting contest to decide which is the most popular society will tak place on Thursday evening April 26 and already the friends of each are hardl at work canvassing for votes The fol lowing societies are entered in the race The Young Ladies Sodality Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Mackin Council St Vincent de Paul Society Altar Society and St Josephs Sodality The race will be in doubt until the has t ballot is counted FRANK WALTERS QOETTEL There was a merry gathering at the residence of Mr and Mrs Charles Goet tel on East Walnut street the occasionI being the christening of their pretty son Frankie Walters Goettel named for the Claystreet brewer The godfather and godmother were Mr Frank Walters andI Mrs John Wagner wife of the wellI known policeman After the ceremony an excellent dinner was served and the health of the youngster drank with Henry Lauers best wine and champagne The proud father is a popular German and has a host of IrishAmerican friends many of whom sent letters of congratulation CANDY PULLING AND HOP Tickets are out for the annual Band pulling and hop of Branch 25 of tb Catholic Knights and Ladies of America which will be on Monday evening eta 17 at the residence of Mrs Andre Henry 1323 Rogers street This wi prove a jolly affair and all those who attend are asaured a good time lAT OCONNORS NEW JERTH IiP OConnor who was formerly a member of the Morgan and Wright blii cycle racing teira ii now located here having dirge of the Wcyclt 4 prtnwntt of the fen F Yogt Company 215 Wet Market ItreetPat baa a gnat nun frietodt aad adrairon betti who with won Agalnt trier feI titao o u T GOING AHEAD Young Mens Division Takes Final Action on Consoli elation Question- Will McCarthy Entered as a Candidate for the Trip to Boston All Hibernians Are Invited to Attend Their Next Meeting MORE CANDIDATES TO BE INITIATED r For some months past much interest has been felt in local Hiberpianjcircles as to what course the YoungMens Division would pursue upon the question of con solidation It was generally known that the young men favored the original propositionthe amalgamation of the five divisions into one body But when Divisions 3 and 4 cast their votes against it the others still had the consent of the County Board to unite Division 2 how ever decided to continue as heretofore since which time Con Ford Will Mee han Michael Keaney John Mooney Thomas Canfield John Barrett and others have been hard at work with the resuttfthat the membership has been consider ably increased since the first of the year The knowledge that the matter would come before the division for final action Tuesday evening brought out a large at tendance nearly every member being present when President Cunningham took the chair After the reading of the minutes two applications for membership were received and referred to committees The division also paid its assessmentafor sending delegates to both the Boston and Covington conventions Will McCarthy the popular Treasurer of Division C received an earnest in dorsement as its candidate for the prize trip to Boston and all the members l pledged him their hearty support Ills opponents thus far are David OConnell and Harry Brady representing Divisions 1 and 4 and from this date the race will be interesting i Tbegiadn ofthe esolutio- nisi arlwas listened irwitJt1 excloseaf attention This was followed by an able and interesting discussion participated in by several of the members and County President Murphy who was present as a visitorLawrence Mackey opposed the resolu tion in a vigorous speech believing there was a splendid field here and a bright future for the Young Mens Division He attributed the small membership to the lack of knowledge of the many bene fits conferred by this order and advo cated a campaign of education among the young IrishAmericans of Louisville George Daniel and Will McCarthy expressed themselves as agreeing with Sec retary Mackey They cited instances of the great work done by their division in the past and the services rendered the older and more successful ones Both were of the opinion that were proper steps taken the Young Mens Division could easily be placed in the front rank Edward Donahue and Martin Mullen the latter one of its founders also favored the continuation of the Young Mens Di vision Both felt the necessity for such otheredivisions would lend u helping hand were they ever called upon When they had finished the vote was called for resulting unanimously in favor of continuing heretoforeCounty President John Murphy was called upon and made a brief but eery historyttle until it now numbers ISO members which will be increased to over 200 before the State convention in June His re marks had the true ring and upon c their conclusion President Cunningham pledged himself to have five applications for next meeting while others promised their best efforts to the same end Thus the revival has started and it is the earnest wish of every Hibernian that there may be no relaxation until the Young Mens Division has the largest membership in Kentucky John J Kilker was reported as being confined to his home at Fifteenth and Grayson streets the result of an accident which befell him last Friday Hefapopular member and the announcement was received with expressions of regret Upon motion Messrs George Daniell Edward Donahue and Lawrence Mackey were appointed a special committee to TheYhaveea grand Fourth of July celebration in uYretultofwfewllweeks Resolutions were adopted inviting all Hibernians of the Falls Cities to be pier ent at the next meeting April 17 to aa sist Jin the initiation ofa number of can Oerelykopedtherecheer the young men on They an cer encouragementIt OII1ln c YYshavingtlemWr11z u D r ifitfJWfHi Mialifrff IRtU AMERIOAN f e KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERICflli IIINIINIL1111M Otvoted to tke Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish inarlcaNS = r WIL4LIA11Z lW II1IGGIIrtel Publiahor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Rtttorod at the Louisville Postofllce as SocondClosa Matt rIAdd cf sail COll1ll1lBlcaUonl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street 1900LOUISVILLEIfIANLY WORDS j The following are the manlj words of James Egan and the rea sons for his resignation of the office of Sword Bearer for the Dublin Corporation rather than participate I in the reception to Great Britain sovereign in the Irish metropolis I will yield nothing to any Irish man in respect for the individuality of the aged woman but I can not join in any act of public courtesy y toward the head of a State which has tried me upon charges that were false and sent me to suffer for nine years in English dungeons the State that still marks me with 4thedegradation of a ticketofleave GONE THE LIMIT According to an announcement in a local afternoon paper the fe male employes of Herman Straus the Market street dry goods mer chant will be required by the man agement to wear uniforms after May i Nowadays the methods adopted in advertising ones business are various and many All sorts of means are resorted to for I the purpose of drawing custom but it seems to us that Mr Straus has gone the limit when he would make the young women employed by him the advertising vehicle to bring his house into the public gaze The proposed uniform is to consist of sa white shirt waist and black skirt and to be furnished the saleswomen tee of cost by Mr Straus A jitt the best are not an exPpsiv p parel and we presume that the Straus uniform will not be selected with a view to its richness It would be interesting to know how ever how the young women feel over the proposed innovation in their manner of attire Its a coo to i shot that many of them are op posed to boss rule in the matter of what they should wear and are i not at all agreeable to donning a costume even though it is JI JIfunerealpaid by their employer r DEWEY Admiral Dewey announces that he will accept the Presidency if the people want him This has caused some surprise and comment but is only considered seriously by few The Admiral has been lionized and feted by the people but if he goes into politics he will soon discover that the public regard Admiral Dewey the hero of Manila and George Dewey a candidate for President quite differently TIle Admiral who confesses entire ig norance of politics having never cast a vote and accustomed only to the rigid dicipline of the navy where in his official capacity he was treated with subservient respect and his word was law without ques akin seems to have been brought under sway by his matrimonial venture Usually when a man of the Admirals years takes a new wife she wears the pa unmen unmentionables and Deweys case is con fcaaedly no exception Mrs Dewey U an ambitious and shrewd lady deatrous of prominence of powers and to her is attributed the change of mind and buzzing of the Presi dential bee in Deweys headgear There is nothing discreditable in this but the Admiral when the- public l criticised him for transfer sing property given him by the U people to hia wife and for other little incidents of marital affair U became hot about it If he gets into politics he is likely to have little peace of mind foe he may expect no mercy from the op position in the matter of crltktom If fact though his announcement of his willingness to be a candidate is not yet a week old the punster has begun An Eastern paper facetiously approving Deweys candidacy thus announces its ticket For President Admiral George Dewey For Vice President Admiraless McLeanHazenDewey Oom Paul was reported to have assured the Boers that he would recapture Bloemfoutein and drive Lord Roberts out of the Orangi Free State This was ridiculed by the British press In the past week the Boers have defeated the British advance divisions driving into Bloemfoutein have captured and hold the waterworks cutting off the water supply and are now re ported to be threatening the railroads and routes to the south which if successful will complete cut off Roberts from his base putting him and his large army instate ia of siege for which they are not prepared and could not long withstand leaving the only alter native of fighting their way out or surrendering The glowing prospects of the RobertsKitchener expedition to promptly crush the Boers have changed to gloom and anxiety as to what the next few days may develop Well Senator Harrel has squeal ed because a promised office is not forthcoming Is it possible tha Col Whallen told the truth abo- utsaitttICtiaa Aitlra iRtre tinc 1tJ that Harrel in his statements and testimony didnt hew to the line The mystery of the affair as well as the desperate effort to prevent the indictment and prosecution of Harrel is coming in sight They wouldnt give Whallen a trial and wouldnt allow Harrel to be tried but when rogues fall out the usual result follows If Harrel is not squelched the real instigators of the attempt to besmirch Col Whallen may be exposed to the light No one ever suspected Harrel of being mote than a cats paw and now in an open letter he virtually admits it Who was behind Harrel A youth named Sipido fired two shots at the Prince of Wales in Brussels He was arrested and is believed to be crazy He stated that he wanted to kill the man who caused the South African war He proved not only a bad shot but would have missed had he killed the Prince who is about as complete a nonenity as carries a title and draws allowance from the public He has never been known to say or do anything in affairs of government The men who caused the South African war are in London and South Africa Major Kirkman who grossly insulted Archbishop Chappelle while board a United States transport en oute to Manila has been sentenced by courtmartial to dishonorable dismissal from the army for con dnet unbecoming a soldier and gentleman The sentence was approved by Major General Otis Lirkmtns defense was that he was rank It seems that kind of American patriotism does not meet with favor among the soldier boy Insteadof besieging bombarding and capturing Pretoria and ending the Boer war and the South African jueetion at one fell swoop IfLittle lobo i more likely to rightabowt ad get buck into Cape ColouyU- C catwith HU large but lily wp ftDlli1 only the southern route being open and that menaced by advancing and victorious Boers who threats to cut his communication with base of supplies Tomorrow marks the beginning of holy week At its close the Lenten season for 1900 will 1be over II The coming week including as it does Good Friday is the mot solemn period in the forty days set specially aside by the church ffor prayer and fasting It will ben ligiously observed by our people allover the city and as in the pas will no doubt be productive of great good to those who sincerely enter into the spirit of its servicesI The vaunted Yeomanry Eng lands blueblooded militia who took complete toilets even to toothbrushes and the like in their haversacks when they went to the Boer war were pounced upon by the rude Boers at Kroons Spruit and only 150 of the 500 escaped the others are missing and all royal and noble England is in tears Wonder what those crude Dutchmen will do with the toilet sets and fixins and the dudes The Kentucky Irish America employs no collectors Only bills bearing the signature of the publisher should receive recognition The Council did right to defeat the proposition to sell the citys g stock to buy Central Park or atty thing else S0GIETV sa i Ceti Paul McDonald was among this week visitors from Shelby vllle Mrs John Johnson returned to Frankfort after visiting friends here T JJ Gill spent the first part of the week at West Baden Springs Miss Ethel Allen has returned home after spending the winter in Florida J W ONeil has returned from a weeks stay at West Baden Sprln s Will Nugent has goae to Pittsburg Olla 6wafriaoetTn Ae trtnrlJPit n1YsJ A Sullivan of Richmond was visit ing friends in this city Monday and Tuesday Mrs Edward Green has returned from Frankfort where she visited Mrs Frank Gray Miss Annabel Scearce who was here visiting friends has returned to Ver sallies Miss Ella Johnson after spending several days with Miss Mary Tyler left for FrankfortMrs Hogan after visiting relatives here left this week for Charles town Ind Miss Grace Pulliam has returned from a twoweeks visit with relatives in Bowl- Ing Green Miss Nannie Bell has returned iron Danville where she spent ten days visit inK friends Miss Annie Lanler who has been visit ing Miss Marie McMurtry left this week for Danville Mrs Clay Duncan who arrived last veek to visit Mrs Lanahan has returnei to Bloomfield Mrs William Adair has returned hon Glasgow where she visited her mother Ira Belle Read Misses Atones and Bessie Caldwell left his week for Shelby viller after visiting AIrs Sam Hegan Miss Florence Curd of Shelbyville was this week the charming guest of Missi lary Embry Curd Miss Jessie Bunch has returned to fowling Green after a short visit with rends in this city Miss Mount has returned to her home in Shelbyville after a pleasant visit with Mrs Will Wellman Mrs J B Wathea and Misses Josephine and Margaret Wathea are home from heir trip to Florida Miss May Sullivan who is the put el Mrs George Weller Third street will emaia here till May 1 Miss Mary Logan who has been the- peet of Miss Mary Timberlake hat re tined to Shelbyville Mrs Barr cad Miss Moody left Monday foe their home la New Castle after visit lug frievd in this city Mrs Harry McCor ickof Colutabu WH tilts week thegUMt of the Miami arreil Ila Jeffarsosvilie Mrs Thomas BVSM ha rtMTH d from ningsburg where eke was visiting K f4ker end nfetivw- Mr Md nlo Hughs haw Noo urnei borne from IfosiM where they at tbe1MtieW wwiu- t1 d i N Kettle Benaaar M LotdIt- WIIeat titntvod hoses 7 Jar I spending the putiwo months with Col and Mrs James Dotahue in Davenport Mr D A Sha han returned horn Thursday from a trip to Baltimore Pitts burg and through Virginia Miss Marie Hill has gone to Nashville where she will remaia till after Easter as the guest of Miss Alice Breen Miss Emma Ford was last week the guest of Mrs Prank Ford Covington She will return before Easter Mrs Al Wolfe sad Miss Katie Smith have returned after a delightful visit with Miss Florrie Hardin of Holt Miss Helen Taylor has returned to her home In Jasper Tad after a weeks visit with Miss Kate Hiaea of Jeffersonville- Mrs 0Jessie Lynch and son of Dawson Springs were this week the guests of Mrs Lyncha parents in Jeffersonville Mrs J T Perkiflof Bowling Gree+ was here this week visiting her moths Mrs Carroll 2121 West Jefferson street Mr and Mrs Ernest Bishop will leave the city next week for Brandenburg where they will make their future horn Miss Alma Spindle has arrived home from Charlestown where she was vlslUng her grandparents Mr and Mrs John LongWill J Norton tire wellknown com mercial traveler was among the Louis villians registered at West Baden Sprint this weekrMiss Ada RyaaV of Jeffersonville has gone to Wichita Kas where she will spend some time visiting her aunt Mr Mary Swope Miss Ira Kelly after spending an enjoyable week with relatives in Jefferso county has returned to her home In JeffersonvilleMr Brannin Sherley who have been spending the past month at Pass Christian Miss will return home next week for Easter Mrs J Henry Hoertz and daughte Gladys are home from a five weeks stay at Asheville Mrs Hoertz was greatl benefited in health by the trip Deputy Assessor Boone Ray left this week for Hot Springs accompanied by his daughter whq goes there to seek relief from an attack of rheumatism William Lynch the wellknown dry goods merchant has returned after ia weeks rest at West Baden and now expects the largest spring trade in his long and successful career James Ryan for the past thirtythre years employed ini various capacities at the Jeffersonville Government Depot has been granted hisIrst vacation whir will be spent in Asking a trip to the West LEdward McDq Tweutysecond an k r sas been of iaieMti in the West End I zing first past the post with an eight pound son He is receiving the con gratulation of his five competitors as Well as a host of friends Mr and Mrs Patrick Mulkern Thirty seventh and Main are rejoicing over the arrival this week of a handsome soi weighing thirteen pounds which event will soon be celebrated with a reception to their many friends Mother and soi are botb reported doing well Bishop Dudley who was this week onfined to his home on Third avenue with a severe colds which his friend eared would develop into an attack of trip has almost entirely recovered This rill be pleasant news to church people of all denominations by whom Bishop Dudley Is held in the highest esteem The Kentucky Irish American wishes to acknowledge ttie call and kindly expressionS of Me Al F Martin of Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights of America and its delegate to the State convention Mr Martin holds responsi ble position in the lW department of the I N and is one of its most trusted and popular employes Mr and Mrs Patrick Gilligau and family were the guests of honor at a farewell dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs acob Franck 1334 Hamilton avenue efore their departure for Nashville where Mr Gilligaa win awuale a re ponsible position wth the braach bosh of the Louisville Packing Company Among those at the inner were Mr and Mrs Julius Lawl Mr and Mrs Jacob Franck the Misses rank Mrs CharleS llatz Mrs Amelk Hayes Messrs Pat rancis Charles F slier John Schmit and Fred Franck The occasion was thoroughly enjoyed jby all present RECENT DEATHS Michael Weiaeeatiergers an aged and ighly respected O maR citizen of the Vest End died at his home on pirtle meet Tuesday motnlog to the Jnex ireaslble grief of w my friends and rela vas His funeral occurred Thursday or ning from St A itbonys church Philip McAtee f tdeJghtyf our years wellknown seed lifhly erteemed reel Ant of theWe t pawed away at lis home on High i Hg t Thursday morn His death W4M on sed uy laurrama- ntideut to oJd agC1 The funeral takes lace this moeaia host the Church of ur Lady fin Port Michael Rows tined eightytwo bars died at his d eace on West ibeatHBt street wad iw Louisville loess aotber of her att and highly eUddtM many years he baieuI a great tv with the traveling We Hisfutptvl oak place from the itb4r Wedy morning knii dNr Rock K the sinusoids Lsiddtins lus a Hnaoa over the maisaof the who wasi always Kaithfol use of tlN Aarcb IRI H SOCIETYDIRECTOR A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary J D Perranda s Financial Secretary Peter Cusick 132 Twentieth street Treasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keane 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month Presidentpatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh Financial SecretaryNtI Sheridan 2018 Lytle street- TreasurerGeorge r Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J Groga Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahii 420 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady- DIVISION 6 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentFrank G Cunningham Vice President John E Yenner Recording SecretaryL JJ Mackey Financial Secretary J J Curran 616 Thirteenth stree- tTreasurerM J McCarthy DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din Walsh Vice President John Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial Secretary James OHara Treasurer John MCBarro- nIRIIdHAMERICAN SOCIETY TMeets at HibernianHall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Charles P Feeney First Vice President Thos D Claire Second Vice President M W Murphy Recording SecretaryWilliam Lawler Financial Secretary Joseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas W Tarpey SergeantJohn Keuney Sentinel Timothy Lyons TTI JIWATHENIJ m CREAM fFACTORY l5ICE R AMfRY AND BlURt Elghtk St aH4 HlghtaHd pal4 Baxter Avenues OkalIette KBMMf all laM ef tJae hut qnality Vanilla and Lemon per gal1 76c cults and Chocolates per gal85tof- fee and Banana per gaV Mc Almond and Macaroon per gal 1100 Usque and Tuttifrutti t f100 to 125 Bricks and Euchre 100 Sherbets and Ices 75e Sweet Cream 60c Finest Fruit Cake per Ib 20 All kinds of Fine Cakes made and ornamented to order Candy Pulling served on short noti- cePIMM MILK DUD CU A specialty It Iis the purest and best r laphonss 2144 ari 2588 0 Soecial rates to hotels dealers and la1Re o eraEDELENS Cut ate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICES Swftmp Root small 0 35i Swamp Root lame70 Harpers Cepbalgtne IB- romo Seltzer 0 6e orphine 1 dr 30c Best Baking Powder 0 25c Moth Balls perlb II 0 0 0 6e Sulphur per lb lie All Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN SII E Cor 17th and Bank Sts VvsWELLINGTON Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DEALER IN PINE MEATS AND i GROCERIES- AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y THOSa ELYNN DEALER nf MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEONUMENTS l7J355WKllllSLl11Kl Satisfaction warranted 0 OSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF i MLAWbEltSO H A wPuio- Rai7 J111 oxolte 1907 SfM licit Btmt Lt1g11eIU c 1 T 00f7 7 IJ7lVTV Vi SHAMROCK SPECIAL PfO tCT1ON SHAMROCK 8 THE ROBERT EIMETDRAIATICWILL SOCIETY ll- H W- J John Fitzgerald Murphys Masterpiece The Grand rM Irish Comedy Drama W THE SHAMROCK AT THE Bijou Theater Wednesday April 25 1900 Sidesplitting Comedy Intensely Patriotic and Sensational Climaxes A true story of Irish life during the rebellion of 98 drilled and superb cast will great artistic presentation during which anumber of splendid specialties will be introduced AQmIealora UJ lSo I2oaorv c1 Seat Oo COB Be Secured at John Mttttoys 548 Fourth Avenue VU PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE THE OENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE Catholic Knights of America WILL GIVE A EUCHRE AT Music Hall Thursday Night April 26 A Number of Fine Prizes Will Be Awarded- Refreshments Will Also Bo Served ClAnB CALLED AT 830 ADMISSION 25 CENTS Aaa A A Are 1 If they ne attention there is no better place to I have them fixed than at t- heLouisville II Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST I Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest worK the best and all guaranteed The will treatyou right 1 REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors C44 FOURTH ST i4t 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DRESSMAKING All the latest skirts Moderate charges Evening School beginning at 7 oclock ROOT O CourierJournal Office Building FOR THE BES- TGROCERIESj FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLffiMMLIIIM L sw Ctr EltktHI aid CiHtwt Try my own make of Quick Yeu- tS per pound Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES U 0422 StXlIyl r How Brown Jxon L1tweIIduaUetalaSt28ilt gss ll 9 W AprUj IM May 11 June118 July 17 Anj 161 Sept lU I Noi Q DeC lb Tf SHE IS CRYING She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE In an ELEGANT DINING CAR E H BACON District Agent Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C IL Traffic W H McDOEL President and venue UNION MADE IN TRUST NEW Made from Tobacco The Potheen 812 and Oct FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044A M D Lawler FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON- N W Cor Nineteenth tad Daacia Flee Luck alii Music Saturday Nig- htEXCHANGEREAGANS S W Cor Prestos aad Market Blue Points on Half Shell Ic Each Hot Soup and Lunch Sandwiches of all kinds MY SPECIALTY IS FINS WHISKY JIM M ORES PLACE 16a1Poriland ATI ODORLESS VAULT CLEAR JOHN YTelerkoeea te47ezSzo DRY WHU DKJWNfl H4t ky asH wW rn0 i The oid man upsUlrs umust basta tretnetidoag aopoeUIWtyou alwmy have mail for him ICluarntei with him once end ever skis he sends himself a postal c rd enty cUr eo I hays to mount tin flights of stairs towtch L- iJ j- c Ai i CHAFF II- iiiiisiiThe unveiling of a monument to Gen Lafayette on the Fourth of July 1000 will be a gala day in Paris Fortyseven American girls will draw the veil with trlcolored cords red white and blue The address will be in French non sectarian in character and will be de livered by Archbishop Ireland The latest contrivance for comfort and rest is the vacation car a trolly equipped with observation room dining and kitch en rooms at one end and all so arranged that the cost while traveling across the country with every convenience will be less than railroad tickets and hotel bills The first road to embark in this new scheme is a trolly on the route from New York to Boston and the White Mount ains As the main lines become com plete branches will be made to go on nearly all streetrailway lines so that they can stop at the nearest corner to your house pick up your luggage and proceed across the country wherever you wish to go Mrs Cronjes devotion to her husband and her fidelity to the Boer cause would inspire any nation but the English with chivalrous respect for hernow that she is in exile and their cause nearly lost Tommy Adkins pokes fun at her woe begone appearance her worn and soiled dress and hat not appreciating the noble heart of the wife and mother nor the heroism of this grand woman The gal lant Cronje who defeated and held in check the flower of English soldiery for a mouth now that he has surrendered Is denied the courtesies of ordinary life by the brutality of the nation who accepted his surrender Had he consulted the pages of Irish history he would not have been ignorant of the treatment he was to receive v v ProBritish journalists have been making much of the Popes message to Vic toria concerning the war In all their remarks they have striven to show that Leo favored the claims of the British as against the Boers Now the latest ad vices are to the effect that the Duke of Norfolk Englands Catholic Duke by excellence lito the war has gone more than anything elselito spite the Pope because lie would not suppress the anti English spirit of the Vatican organ the Osservatore Romano Is it the first time the Holy Roman Pontiff has set his stand against Englands obstinacy For a surety history repeats itself Tis often said that the stage needs a censor That public opinion at times does fairly well in the absence of a more severe autocrat has been well excmFliced- In 1 the case of the famous Olga Nether sole who was compelled to eliminate the dramatization of Daudets recent novel from tierrepertoiiBoth glass aad nub M kaveljao severe that a serious ill neSs Ms the result Ifwould be a step forward if both press and people would join in a crusade against the excessively stupid lovemaking so nauseous and un real that undignifies the boards of our theaters nightly Like cheap novel read- Ing such untrue characterizations of what these dramatists term love are mis leading to the young and unsophisticated and what is still worse are highly danger ous to this class of patrons To more sensible theatergoers these exhibitions are ridiculous Many parents who would like to take their young sons and daugh ters to a good play are deterred from doing so by the prospect of having to sit unwilling witnesses to such imbecile nauseating maneuvers whose least dam age is to the play and whose worst is everlasting destruction to the morals of the young Near Stamford Conn Evans Weed an eccentric rich old man is planning a modern Garden of Eden The originator of this charming scheme has his own ideas of how the Biblical garden looked and he is now transforming his farm to answer to those ideals A pair of asmany known animals as can be accommodated will have an abode in this truly original home Of old Adam obtained a help mate by a miraculous method but Evans Weed in truely upto date fashion ad vertised for one He has receivedmany replies He has determined to apply to the Legislature for permission to change his name to Adam Evans does not suit and Weeds are not desirable for garden so he will change his name to suit his surroundings He will not have any serpents in his gardenjior will he allow any apple trees He claims that it was not Eve who broke up the first Eden but the apple and the serpent and the woman got the blame He will not wear the Biblical figleaf but will be satisfied with green clothes The third and last thing he will keep out of his earthly paradise will be the motherinlaw There is no record of Adams having any to contend with ANNIB NKVIN CUNNINGHAM ADDITIONAL SOCIETY It is still noticed by the friends of Will Whallen that he continues his semi weekly visits to the West End Tom Broderick and Tim Swift have bees visiting the past week at Sheperds vine as the guests of Andy Rink Miss Annie Collins a pretty girl from New Liberty iis vUitiBg Mr and Mrs Jams Collins 420 Hancock street The Meads ef John Dooka the well known Standard Oil Company employe will ibe sorry to bear that he baa been ill at his home on west St Catherine street or the put week Da v WW hs frldaare aMtrUng bet- he will WWR d Mft the path of sisal bUIathl deat of Twelfth street A branch of the United Iriah Lwfnc tlti Utely formed iia Drepcnftowa ry t SHAME1 COLOMBIA SHAME The land of the free and the home oi the I brave JJ- Is dark as the tomb and still as the grave While the patriot Boers gallantly strive Keeping the spirit of freedom alive Has the value of liberty dearly bought By our own forefathers come to naught Have we forgottek the heaven born chancet That brought thenaid from sunny France In seventysix longyears ago When they fought for freedom gains freedoms foe Will we surrender the worlds respect And duty to mankind entirely neglect To humor such traitors as addlepate Hay Who stopped in London the otherday And from Lord Balfour received his orders As Americah ConsulWithin Boer borders Or will we come forward as honor de mandslltAnd proffer the aid of our strong hands rightlNow Of the same old pirate that for years and years si1 Has bathed the earjtuin the blood and tears Of helpless victims and reduced to slavery Defenseless people by force and knavery It seems to me themSur has come When the roar of cannon and the roll of drum Will forever decide the fate of man And Columbia must choose while yet she tA CRnwBetwixt high honor and deep disgrace- To free or enslave thehuman race Of all the flags that rule the world In battle now but two are unfurled The one expresses the pomp and might Contained in the law of Kings divine right To govern slaves while their favorites gorge r Revenues wrung from their subjects at large v The other bespeaks the peoples rule As taught by freemenin freedoms school Serfdom and manhood Briton and Boer Are fighting again asthey1 fought before But the winners idea you may depend Willsurely govern tile earth in the end toPURKING COUNTY GALWAY Authorof Heather Field Re signs as Justice of the4 Peace An inauspicious prelude to the Queens visit to Ireland is afforded by the resigna lion from his position as Deputy Lieutenant and Justice pjfthe Peace of Rob ert Martyn a distinguished and wealthy young Irish landlord author of the Irish playliThe Heather Field and one of the originators of the oresVEuienf to establish an Irish national theater says a cablegram to the New York Journal A concert was gives at Martyns res deuce I County Gales to aid thefuHd fot the familfcs rf 4itlieWo ded Con naught Rangers Soieof the audience attempted to sing GddSave the Queen and liThe AbsentMinded Beggar while others cried out for God Save Ireland Martyn would have rio party songs whereupon Lord Clonbrock Lord Lieu tenant of the county wrote a letter reprimanding him for disloyalty in refus lug to permit the singing of God Save the Queen Martyn etorted by resign ing his official positions LITTLE J1MMIE About forty yearaago could be seen in a cornchandlers shop in New Orleans a boy employed in labeling sacks which had been filled with corn Although poor and sickly in appearance he was so well liked by his ployerrand fellowwork ers as to be generally called agreeable Little Jimmie Hewas the second son of an Irish family and so poor were his parents that in prder to increase the fam ily income they were obliged to take him from school at on early age and send him to work Jimmie grew and continued marking the sacks of comUUC2ne day his serious and pleasing manner attracted the atten tion of Father Duffoa friend of his em ployerHow old are you Jimmie Eighteen years Father What do you do here As you see I mark those sacks of corn in order to earn some money to help my family along r You could not do better my child than help your parents but perhaps you could do better in some other way Do you go to school How do you pass your evenings fI Alasl The thought ef studying in the evening had never4 entered Jimmies head butafter this conversation he began to continue his stwdies with Father Duffo although he ha4l almost forgotten even the little he h4d previously learned And what did he accomplish After a while he became a aelfmademan then Bachelor of Arts ifaea priest then Bishop then Archbishop and today he is Cardinal Gibbous =aa American prelate who exercises co ildecable influence particularly among the working classes who are justly prowd of this man who came from their ranka This prince of theckurch has preserved the same agreeable pMMner which dis tinguishedhim in huyowtti and although he dislikes public MMtiegs he does sot hesitate debating aajr quectlon which might benefit hunsaafcjv Some years ago tnpd man presented himself at the door bf the Congress of Baltimore and with Wars In his eyes asked to see his little apoye- rio you wish to MfrCutHMl Gibboat be waI ekedii ClCan him Cardinal OboM a much a- aouwUlhe replied butto me he shall always lit my JitnimW- Hi Bvtimmc at OttCC sseogsiad AU formers mploy r MA J4litk b L twin of motion and joy I An old firmer IfichMl Connor reading at CUUUq naar Keumare was found deed Uut near bie hones IOC ntly Death twat to Mphysia- fi TWO CLERGYMEN DEAD I The deaths are reported cf two priests one the Rev Daniel McGhee of Glcntles Diocese of Raphoe and the other Rev I Charles McGill of Malin Diocese of Derry Father McGee was born near Creeslough in 1825 was educated at St Malachys College Belfast and at May nooth and was ordained in 1849 He was appointed to the curacy of Killybegs where he ministered for eight years Afterward he became parish priest of Gweedore and built a church there He took a deep interest in education and succeeded in establishing several schools In the time of the sheep tax he sturdily and ably espoused the peoples cause The death of Father McGill at the early age of thirtythree is also sincerely re gretted He was first stricken down with an attackof diphtheria which he con tracted while discharging a call of charity not strictly within his obligation Sub sequently pneumonia setting in proved fatal At their last meeting the Portumna District Council declined to adopt a reso tlon which had been sent to them pro testing against the granting of Parlia mentary authority to the Shannon water andelectric power syndicate to utilize the River Shannon and Lough Derg which form the eastern boundary of the DistrictCouncils area The Council de cided to mark the document read and to take no further action that might seem to be hostile to the syndicate The Chair man while admitting that the preserva tion of the fishing was a matter of local importance held that the establishment of industries in their midst was of greater importance still and he pointed out the advantages that would accrue to a place like Portumna if they had a factory or a mill working in the town illinois Gdiltral THE FAST LINE T- Oflemphis A- NDNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally MMPHl8 A D NW ORl 8l1MIHD Leaves Louisville 040 p m daily and is a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m IH NW ORlUN8 8PWIU Leaves Louisville at 1201 daily arriving Memphis 11 pm New Orleans 945 a m Solid Vestibuled Train with through DiningCarstrain carries a P ilim Tourist Sleeping Car from Louisville to Los Angeles end San Francisco California without any chareor delay- CityPasseager J 1ICJJRIp 3 TiTicket Agent lc 22QFourth Ave Louisville Ky A H Hanson G P A Chicago Wm Alfred Kellond A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN 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Correspondence and BusinesstfQoinmuni+ cations to th- eKENTUCKY To K IRISH AMERICANm N I7rt r r 328E8TGREEI8TREEL Q r re f I 7r rW c A aTUOKY QaIP i Surprise Special Sale No 2Mens Allpure V neat stripes and checks atRio1 handsomely made and very acme of tailoring art SuitstTEEFBoys Kneepants 2 3350 4 5 Boys Longpants Suits 350 450 5 650 750 Boys White Laundred Shirts 45C AllFur Alpine x Hats 980 and everything needed for Confirmation FLYER FOR Saturday and centers5ced Handkerchiefs ders some fancy I STOREI L 424 434 West Market Between Fourth and Fifth I MILTON M h M r 4 r DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DOUOh6rtu Kodllan UNDERTAKERS 122 West Market MnNnnnnnNxMMNMwMM Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth II T L PHO 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for Ail Occasions 4 y PRfNK ftER BREWING TJ Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY F t 1 IiOOllMollulildilti6oi 1 I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE k rionumentsNN Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET y 11 IKu llltll lil+ i811it 4 uQJoMke lII10enman7tr la7jf1llrra ixd IT 0lIlifR1OJ k TNT BIB to 61ARBLESTONEc StI GOIN- CORPORAT1BD L PH ffesr ts THE CHEAPEST j Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates o this college preferred by business houses There are other schools than ours bq nonsthat can offer our facilities L4 JOB PRINTING KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICA N aN W Ono IJ r Y t Jrzr INDORSED BY THE ElTRAIi LABOR UNION wNXVWivVVNAW S That the Kentucky Irish America is steadily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidencedby the action of the Central Labor Union at a recent meeting in giving this paper its indorsement which is the more Welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected The publisher is grateful and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition Our friends will be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously adopted by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by the Central Labor Union are as follows Whereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union nand organizations represented therein and Whereas The Kentucky Irish Amtricau has always been a consistent and t therefore be it 4Resolved said Kentucky Irish American as the official newspaper of this body Resolved That the proceedings of tHis organization and all affiliated unions be communicated to the public through the columns of the aforesaid paper 9 iIi pr may 22 4Z a t2 6f SHAMROCK Patriotic and Attractive Irish Comedy Drama at the Bijou Theater Robert Emmet Dramatic So ciety Preparing a Grand Production Miss Katie Barrett and Joseph Oooney Included in the v Gust A GREAT DEMAND FOR TICKETS The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson county are making elaborate preparations for the production by the Robert Emmet Dramatic Society of John FitzgeraldMurphys masterpeace The ShamrockThough the event is still several weeks off the demand for tickets is so large that the committee in charge of the pro duction are considering the advisability of giving a twonights performance- The contest for the prize for selling tickets which is a roundtrip ticket to the Ancient Order of Hibemlxi a banal convention in won is becoming quite heated The several candidates who are now in the field are making a lively I prospecththisi titisse that itw expected ktt another audience such as greeted the production of Robert Emmet at the Temple Theater on March 18 last Wilt witness the presentation of The Shamrock The play itself is one of the most at tractive ever given before a Louisville audience It is patriotic to a marked degree and has enough of rich comedy running through it to keep an audience amused during the entire performance The scenic effects are exceptionally good the escape of the Irish patriots from an English prison in a canoe carrying with them Little Mary being beautifully worked out The company has been strengthened I by the addition of some of the best local I alwaysIJoseph Cooney as Barney OBrady will I playa comedy role in his own inimitable way Frank Cunningham who did such good work in the Robert Emmet pro- ductionI will be seen in the character of John Desmond the outlawed traitor Mr Cunningham will also direct the produc thou of the play Those who will assume other parts are Messrs Joseph E Hill James B Dillon Jim Sullivan C J Carroll J Hallahan P Meehan M OBrien W Murphy M McNally Con Hallahan W McCarthy John Brown James Cushion and James Curran Miss Kit Natty will take part of Nano Desmond while Miss Katie Barrett who made her debut IsuRobert Bmmet ut the Temple with such pronounced suc cess will be seen to advantage in the rot sweetheart to Barney OBrady The parts little Mary and Dann Murphy orphans who live with their grandfather the Squire will be assumed by our bright little friends Florentine Ford and Tommie Keenan fOne splendid scenic effect of the pert formance will be that representing the Ireland of today with tourists on bicyles = jaunting leisurely over the beautiful roads of the gjgtyWicklow Altogether the perforaMmCeTpromisas to satisfy the most critical taste PRETTY MILLINERY DISPLAY One of the prettiest lines of spring millinery that haa been received h1the city this season Is to be peen at the store of Mrs Jag A Kerlin 718 West Market street During her recent Eastern trip Mrs Kerlia made IOiechoicep1lrcbue which she is now selling at prices thatl t are stoat reasonable oonridwing th quality of goods that the iIe offering She invites an inspection ofherE wt r stock TILE TWO JIMS DANCE Jim WcOrackaad Jim Kerins willI give a dance at Norton Hail Ninth andI Bfodway Wednesday analog April 17 The two Jirgst wilted by Joe Kelly whitOIt themuicA man era treat bis Mite a lot too wellI for his own good No woman era CM be eolooa of her IntbMd nnkec she Mt HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes ir President Wilt Meeban will occupy the chair again next Tliursday night I The Young MenjITplvision will elect a Vice President at lits next meeting Those who canpossibly do so should I visit the Young Mens Division April 17 There should be a large attendance at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday even lug The County Boatelr Daughters of Erin will give a dancing party in St Paul April 17 J Division 34 of tjexington Mass will hold a sunlight hop on the afternoon of April ltd- The V Irish Volunteers of Woonsocket will hold a socialand dance on Easter Monday evening L Every Hibernian should see that his friends have tickets for the production of The Shamrock Division 64 of Boston will hold an en tertainment and whist party the latterI part of this month Almost the whole State Council was present at the meeting of Division 63 of Providence last week Col Joe Tayldrs6I friends regret his absence from meetings Joe was always a thoughtful and wise counselor The next Meeting of the County Board takes place Saturday night April 21 Every member should be present Pat Grogan one of the old guard of 1viiet J wM with tke rnernberr Wed dceiay teeing aiM1 nlbug abence lfJf All divisions sfceuld forward their assessments and quarterly reports to the County and StateVSccrs fimmedeately James OHara of New Albany was among those who visited our office this week Hibernians are always welcome Thrf Hibernian ttifles of Valley Falls R Ilast week voted to take part in the Hibernian encampment in Boston next May T Tie national convention will convene in Boston on Tuday May 8 The reported change ofdate is without founda tionzaa Pat Nelligans jHends in Division 3 gave him a heartyrgreeting Wednesday evening It was his first appearance for sometimetDivision 3 had a splendid meeting Wednesday evening Several faces not seen for a long thug were there to answer to the roll call James Coleman John Cavanaugh and George Butler will hereafter represent Division 3 on the Halt Board Better men could not be chosen Harry Brady wovld like to meet every member of Division 4 at the next meeting which takes place Wednesday evening April 11 He wiii lave important new- for them The Daughters of Erin of Rhode Islan have succeeded In organizing a State Board Delegates from five divisions were present atn meeting held iin t1Prov1 l Con Fords fringe In Division 2 have foet the Boston trillTMe genial gentleman wouldymaKe a killing net Division 4 ofilit Paul held a degree meeting last wort The degree team from Rosemottnty present and acquit ted itself creditably Jn conducting new initiation cerewMiw X Division 1 alm frr onville had a largely attendwTaadriHteresting meeting Tuesday evealng plwH six candidates I were initiated nMiwrk of this division could well be arriMedupon thIs side of the river s The quarterly jbferte of Division 1 of Jetfersonvill aka4i Miat body to bein a splendid srsitionthe best linI years Its officeMjlSftf earned the praised bestowed ups tIJythe members 9ridI I State officers ijv- conklerattiara the queMfai ifVeraoting building Provie as p pointed from tUujMAout looking to ward early aetiasA The race tar tt ttrtp to Bortou opiw up auspiciously v winner will also represent the KffjrtKky IrWi American Msssrs OCon affc finny and McCarthy are all popnlart ttwlr friends willI woek fthe fiat minute Division e of I R CWli winl hold a smoklx yeW cession Toes day Officers Ql MMC dividon in the city have btaf typriUd add R generalI good was U satiate The growth 01- Dd f is division te gr r nde- F o SrfL c i those who a short time ago thought iit would be a failure Father OConnell of St Augutines church Jeffersonville will have the hearty cooperation of every Hibernian in that city when his bazar opens after Easter Their aid will prove invaluable and will contribute much to its success The Robert Emmet Dramatic Society should be encouraged by every Irish American resident of Louisville ThisI standarcllIrisha place on the local stage for many years The two divisions of the Ladies Aux iliary of Duluth received holy communion Sunday week No 1 at the Cathedral and No2 at St James church Both have a strong membership having added a large number to their ranks within the past yearThe socials given by the Hibernian Rifles of Bridgeport Conn have been so popular that they will close the Series with a grand public soiree April 20 that will eclipse any previous effort of theirs in the amusement lin- eTHEATRLCALS The Meffert Stock Company have arranged to give a revival of Uncle Toms Cabin the coming week It will be the best dramatic presentation of Harriet Beecher Stowes famous story ever seen in Louisville The play will not be in the nature ofa burlesque as so often given by road companies but will be seen as originally produced There is nothing whatever in the drama that ii antagon- Istic to Southern thoughts It is con structed on correct dramatic lines and never fails to please the most critical It will be magnificently and correctly mouatedPor tke yreek the entire bal- eceey111theruecved I artkccolorny people Jim popU1ar prices will urevaU The celebrated comedy drama Uncle Josh Spruceby will be presented at the Avenue next week The press of the different cities where this attraction has been seen speak in the highest praise of- it and say it is a worthy successor to The Old Homestead A lot of special scenery is used and the celebrated saw mill scene is pronounced the most real istic piece of stage craft ever presented Other features are many new and novel specialties and a solo operatic orchestra of twelve people Next weeks attraction at the Bucking ham Theater will be the Victoria Bur lesquers reigning success bf the season The company is one ofthe strongest now before the publics presenting all that iis new novel and up to date in vaudeville comedy and extravaganza The electric and scenic effects which will be entirely new are said to be brilliant and pleasing The Rivals Joe Jeffersons favorit play and one of the greatest dramas eve produced which will be seen at Macau leys this evening was written by an Irishman Richard Brinsley Sheridan factsSTOREdV Wellington who for the past eigh teen months has been located at Sixteenth and Madison streets where he built up a prosperous grocery trade has moved into the commodious store at witrbe able to carry a much larger stock ot goods for the accomodation of his many patrons He invites his old customers and our redden to visit his new store His card appears in another column HANDY HOUSEHOLD HINTS Far better than soap for the hath more cleansing and refreshing to the skin isi the use of a muslin bag filled with the fol lowing ingredients Two quarts of bran one ounce of arras root one ounce ofrr almond meal and ore small cake of Cas tile soap shaved in strips The latest invention for the house wifes comfort is glass paneled oven doors Cooks may then watch the prog ress of food baking in the oven without allowing the coad air to enter or fear the jarring of closing the oven doors which iy so often fatal to souffles cakes and other dishes Ivorycarvings that have become yellow and discolored may be restored by a very simple process Paint them over with spirits of turpentine neing a paint brush or a place of flannel and then expose them itf the sutMliine for two or three days Do not press a sleeve or dry wale- seam on a flat surface BeepB board for the purpose made from a rolling pin sawed in half lengthwise so that it WIn rest firmly err the table beneath the weight of the iron sad then Doter it as yoq would aa ironing board it supplies jaat what is netted a toured smooth attdaca uxf Boys and atI 1 tI SUITSA splendid assortment of stylish highclass clothing for youngsters prices graded to suit all purses I n BEAUTIFUL VESTEE SUITS in new colorings SAILOR BLOUSE SUITS in light and dark shades and MANNISH SPRING OVERCOATSfor All prevailing lashions in SINGLE OR DOUBLEBREASTED SUITS With LONG OR SHORT TROUSERS cut in the latest shapes for boys and young men Roller Skates Catchers Mask Catchers Mitt or Bat aad Hall Free with each Suit or Overcoat from this department Confirmation SuitsThese are our specially We sell fourfifths of all worn in Louisville With Short Trousers 200 to 1200 With Long Trousers 500 to 1500 Solid Gold Ring Free With Confirmation Suits LEVY BROS oooo T 4- II Walters Br4 CLAY STREET 13 REYitE13Y COMMON BOCK BEER WILL BE OnTap SaturdauJMal6n24h TELEPHONE 2092 5 810814 CLAY STREET JOB S PRINTING E The Kentucky Irish American is Prepared to E do the best of Job Printing such as LETTERHiADS I h I BILL HEADS V OARDS ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS I work executed promptly in rt I llAll SSStl I Give Ur Your Qirdtr and i Htlp Ur Grow 1 0 3 KENTUCKY 3 IRISH AMERICAN t3 326 WEST GREEN ST WlUmMIl DULANEYsl I llEXCHANGE ttSeventh and St Catherine WlHESypRSINDCIGAflSlrankFehri ifll n ulder for family use o Hot Ltanch Day and fiight