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I 4- I J KENTUCKY IRIS AMERICAN I VOLUME IVNO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 21 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS if SHAMROCK f Robert EmmotDramatlc Society Will Present the Great Irish Play t Friends of tho Hibernians Will Fill Library Hall Wed nesday Night Cast Made Up of the Best alen t- In Irish American Circles JOE COONEY AND KATIE BARRETT The Shamrock the popular romantic Irish drama will be given at Library Hall next Wednesday evening for the benefit ot the Ancient Order of fiber nians The play will be produced by a splendidcast made up of some of the best talent in local IrishAmerican circles Miss Bee 11 ullarkey takes the part of Rose Fitzgerald the Rose of Wicklow one of the most heart stirring characters in the play Miss Mullarkey has appeared before Louisville audiences in the past always giving such a performance as awarded her first rank in amateur dramatic circles She has a pleasing person ality and at once wins herself into the confidence of the andience by the grace ful and at the same time selfcomposed manner in which she renders her lines The character of John Desmond an outlawed patriot and the leading male part will be played by Martin D Fits gibbons who hardly needs any introduc tion to our readers Mr Fitzgibbons is not only a social favorite in the circles in which he moves but has also a dramatic ability which is rare in those who have not given their whole time to the thespian art The fact of Mr Fitzgibbons1 name being on the programme is of itself a sufficient guarantee of a large house The inimitable Joseph P Cooney will be seen as Barney OGrady an Irish bouchal If his acting in the past is to be taken as an indication of his rcrform atilCe iaI TbF Shamrock e will cer= early dehg6t t teL udrence and give fdI on m rtsw l Juen t tlie approval of the most r critical As Squire Fitzgerald Roses father David OConnell will be seen at his best It is just such a part as Mr OConnell can play to the best advantage and one which especially appeals to the sentiment of an audience 9Then there is Miss Katie Barrett she who played a comedy part in Robert Emmet so delightfully In The Sham rock she will appear as Ileen ORourke Barneys shamrock No better selection could have been made than by giving this part to Miss Barrett who is always at liorii in such roles presenting them with th infinite freshness and variety which is so attractive in the Irish colleen she of the onld dartIt Florentine Lord a winsome little dam n sel with a great deal of ability for her age has been cast for the role of Mary one of the most affecting characters in the play while Tommy Keenan the young son 6f the wellknown Market street undertaker will be seen as Danny little Marys brother Young Keenan has always done well Jn juvenile parts and with his every appearance shows in creased development of his abilities Perhaps the most exciting character in the play is that of Shaun Carey a spy Mr Joseph E Hill has been selected for this part which is sufficient guarantee i handlediAnother good selection is that of Miss Kit Nalty who has been cast as Nana Desmond JoMPssister This is a trying part and will be done justice to by Miss Natty who has just enough of sentiment in her composition to make it a go Others in the cast are Messrs T P Carroll James Dillon T J Sullivan James Keane Robert Mitchell James Cushion Mike OBrien James Curran P J Meehan and Jerry Hallihan andtMr James Curran will dance an Irish reel and between the first and second acts Joseph E Hill will appear in the original version of Prisoner 70 Be tween the second and third acts Masters Tommy Clines and Willie Corrigan will appear in their original creation Mamas Darlings Miss Mary Zoll will act BS accompanistThe of the play follows Act I Scene 1=Squire Fitzgeralds home in Wicklow Roses story of Des monds arrival Shaun hides in the closet and hears a bit of valuable news Shawn steals the letters Barney ahd Shaun Thiggin thu Barney shows Shaun the door Ileen and Barney The fugitive Shaun at the window Captain quarrels with the Squire The murder Shaun kidnaps little Mary Arrest Act II Scene lA landscape Shaun Carey sad Capt Beck plot the abduction of Rose Shaans soliloquy Douglass dilemma twist love and duty Scene 2Pjison Barneys cell Hot Irish ina stone jug A friend in need The red coat Scene 3 Sbqun Careybrtaga Rose a false message Scene 4 Dewuohds QenThedeatbvarniait Colt and Saxon Barney a guard The death knellrJa escape s Act nIl Scene l Oljmits wood The party gnrrll Yereow 0 Br ney propones to Peen Deamoad knbad new Barney in the gniw of a sol dier gets important information front drunken Shaun Carey Scene 2 Exterior of Becks castle by moonlight Rose a captive Barney brings good news The proposal and refusal The as kicks The false captive The rescue Act IV Scene Corrigmore at sunrise Shaun Carey a captive The arrival of Nano and Ileen Tracked by Beck Nano keeps Beck at bay Shaun gets possession ofthe gun lying outside of the cave The duel By mistake Shaun Carey shoots Beck instead of Barney Becks death Shaun arrested and taken to prison The Shamrock and the Rose 1 FATHER BAXS FAREWELL Given a Rousing Reception Before His Departure- for Europe The farewell and birthday entertain ment tendered the Very Rev Father L Bax at St Johns church last Sunday evening was one of the most delightful ever given in Louisville Long before i the festivities of the evening began the school ball where the entertainment was held was crowded to the doors and later in the evening many persons had to be turnedaway for lack of even standing room The performance began with an open ing chorus by forty boys all of whom had been trained especially for the event This was followed by an operetta given with a great deal of artistic ability by the young ladies of the congregation The presentation address was delivered by Master Thomas J Nolan who gave such an easy and graceful delivery that he was enthusiastically encored and had to return to the platform twice to bow his acknowledgments Father Bax was then presented with a purse containing 160 in gold A most amusing feature of the enter tainment was that given by Miss Agnes Mann who made a decided hit by her rendition of Mr Brown Get Your Hair Cut The recitations by Miss Kate Moellmann and Will Mueller were also up to the standard of excellence and were received with a great deal of applause The entertainment closed with the come dy sketch IIIn Quaker Town It was splendidly done by some of the younger members of St Johns congregation- The entertainment marked the seventy second birthday of Father flax one of the bestbeloved pastors in Louisville sttca cni xt ijpricatlioodtiesI almost H altogether served in thiscity where he has been a faithful friend and con slant spiritual adviser not only to the members of his congregation but to those whom he considered needed spirituall or temporal help He now takes a vacation for six months during which time be will visit the principal cities of Europe remaining for some time at Rome Dur ing his absence Rev Father Creary will have charge of the parish PATRICK SWEENEY The Funereal at Jeffersonville Took Place Last Tuesday The funeral of the late Patrick IL Sweeney one of the bestknown cpn tractors in Indiana took place from St Augustjns church Jeffersonville last Tuesday afternoon It was largely at tended by the many friends of the de ceasedMr Sweeney was born in County i Clare Ireland March 18 1832 He camq to this country in his fourteenth year andsettled with his parents at Corydonr Ind When be was twentyone years old he decided to become a contractor and did his first work on the Eel river dam in Putnam county Ind Later he en tered into partnership with Patrick H McCormick The firm established headquarters at Columbus Ind and soon had an extensive business being widely known all over the State The partner ship was dissolved In 1880 The Virginia State Insane Asylum at Marion was built by Mr Sweeney and he was the expert employed to inspect the stone of which the State House at Indianapolis is builtBesides his wife Mr Sweney leaves one son W O Sweeney a Jeffersonville contractor and three daughters Misses Hattie and Pearl Sweeney of Jefferson ville and Mrs W H Everwood of Columbus Ind 1 OORMANS EXCHANGE John Gorman for years in the passen ger department of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company anda well known and popular Irisb American has severed his cenaectio with that com pany to etgageAa business for himself His many friends and former associates are congratulating him upon securing the house at Ninth and Broadway for merly occupied by JOhn Fahey which he has stocked with the finest of wine liquors and cigars Mr Gorman has with hire P B Howard formerly witk Mike Hickey and it goes without saying that tLose who call upon them will receive royal ttentf With their host of frlsade we with them success LEAVES NEW ALBANY Frank Welch a wail known sad popw Captjohnm Afck to accept a rapo aibta depattatroironerI axe elated ow bin aaeceMI 1 ce IMPERIALISMI I flounce Cochran Tolls What It Menus For AmerIcan- Vorkingmcn I StandIng Army a Crushing ji Burden on the labor ors Neck Would Divorce tho American Flag and the American Constitution DANGER TO OUR GOVERNMENT Imperialism has come to be a word of great significance and I am asked to state concisely and exactly what it means for American labor I can not do better than to refer to a speech which I delivered to the students of the University of Michigan in February 1899 before imperialism had become as it is today the dominant issue of our politics and the gravest danger in my judgment that has ever threatened our republican form of government- As I said then it is necessary to dis tinguish between expansion andIlim perialism Expansion has always signi fied the extension of our institutions through the enlargement of our frontiers Imperialism is nqt the diffusion of American constitutionalism over new lands but the establishment in conquered territory by this Government of another government radically irreconcilable to the spirit of our own constitution andes sentially hostile to it Expansion then may be defined as the peaceful development of our political system through an increase in the area of the United States and imperialism as the forcible exercise by our Government in other countries of powers denied to it at home The marvellous growth of commerce between the States of the Union is due to its absolute freedom from artificial re strictions The inclusion of Canada iu this freetrade area would stimulate production beyond our powers to conceive Exactly opposite results wouldbe pro dueedTbplmpeiialfsticcs Thd forcible annexation of Canada would be an act of imperialism as unprofitable as it would be unjustifiable and as calam itous as it would be criminal A conquered country is always discon tented and therefore disloyal It would be impossible to intrust the rights of statehood to a disaffected people Our authority over them could be maintained only by force that is tosay by a standing army and military rule Aside from its inherent hostility to free institutions a standing army is a crush ing burden on the neck of the laborer The first essential of high wages is abundance of commodities and a stand lug army iian insuperable obstacle to extensive production Every dollar of surplus product or capital invested in implements in machinery in buildings is a fruitful dollar Commodities used in production multiply themselves even while they perish livery dollar ex pended for munitions of war is a sterile dollar It is not used for the purpose of production but for the purpose of de struction It is wasted as completely as if it were thrown into the sea- L oppose this novel unAmerican policy of imperialism because the grounds on which its advocates support it are peu rile inconsistent and dishonest because it involves the existence of a standing army to menace liberty and to oppress labor by diminishing wages because it is cowardly to invade the rights of the weak while respecting those ol the strong be cause it would divorce the American flag and the American constitution by sending the one where the other can not go be cause it is a policy of inconceivable folly from a material point pf view and a policy of unspeakable infamy from a moral point of view I favor the traditional American policy of expansion because I want this republic to continue in the path which leads to higher achievements of peace and prog ress because I want this country to re main the land where the patriotic workingman who produces is more honored than the paid fighting man who destroys where the laborers overalls enjoy equal dignity with the soldiers uniform where a dinnerpail is more highly esteemed than a knapsack where a spade is deemed more valuable than a musket a hospital than a battery a school than a fortress where the enduring glory pf justice is pursued and the vainglory of conquest despised where the flag which typifies liberty and the constitution which secures it enshrined in the hearts sus tained by the arms glorified by the mart pries of a free people shall remain invin cible indestructible inseparable forever and forever s CHARLES CAYANAUOH JR diaries Cavadsttgk the wellknown employe of the t N railroad fe re calving the coMffMUktioas oMits friends- on account of the arrival of a bouncing twelvepound boy this pMt week at his- residence TsrUthand Oldham straits Both mother and child am doug nicely ai 0 PLgUANT SURPRISES flie calico hop and box party gives at the dab rooms oa Gray street Thursday f f F- I evening by the Ladles Auxiliary of Trin ity Council was thoroughly enjoyed by the large crowd present Thedistribution of the boxes occasleedmuch mirth and afforded many pleaiing and amusing sur I prises The contents of several were quite valuable TIk latter part of the evening was dcvotedjto dancing Many of the calico costumes worn were very artistic and gave tofce whole a scene of rural simplicity tbawas indeedcharm ing The ladies who actedas chaperones and assisted in receiving were Misses Mary Goss Mary Kteley Josie Schwan inger Nettie HoltaGin Tillie Breckley Stella Smart and dames John Stroe bel and George Oeswcin III IRISH FRIEZE Interesting Fats About the National Cloth of Ireland As far back as tbe history of Ireland can be traced in writings mention is made of a coarse wooicu cloth woven by the people of the cepntry and known to them as frieze Tlenanie is said to be drawn from the ancient Frisla in the Netherlands whence possibly the art of making the fabric has derived So re mote however is thetperipd when frieze was first made in Erie that no one can tell when or where pr by whom it was originally spunWjs Century after ce t hso long that the mind of man run eth not to the contrary it has been tii national cloth of Ireland the distinctive dress of patriot peasant and peer aid+ since the seventeenth century an ptttward badge of the peoples aspirations for nationality For when England destroyed Irelands com merce by the infamous navigation act of 1GG3 the injured country to promote its own manufactures l by James the first Duke of Ormonde It was to the woolen industry that it turnedIts chief attention and on which it founded its highest hopes for a revival plaits prosperity and then the making of frieze became the occupation of the women of every shed ing While the nted tended the sheep and prepared the wool the colleens kept their spinning wheelsjwliiiring and their looms clacking with thematerials for the great staple And WMH the exportation of woolen goods front Ireland was made a crime in 1699flanitSr eople of that island became toe to use the finer qualities of beii i clotlteyhey stilt dtneed o IrI Ji a JLt2 privoTeuse In 1799 when the condition of the peasantry was most deplorable they besought the king It says Mr Froude lito interpose in their favor and procure them leave to export and sell at least the coarse frieze blankets and flannels which produced was in vain The British Parliament that had ruined their trade and sup pressed their most profitable manufactures refused to allow them to dispose of the goods they still made At last when the Volunteer movement triumphed the British laws which prohibited the Irish from exporting their woolen manufactures and their glass were wholly repealed says Mr Lecky and the great trade of the colonies were freely thrown open to them Frieze covered Sarsfielda soldiers in 1690 it made overcoats for the Vplun teers in 1782 It was worn with pride by the chiefs of the olden clans by Henry Grattan by Daniel OConnell it is used today by Michael Davitt and by other leaders of the Irish people Around it cluster memories of wrongs of persecu tions and of famines second only in bitterness to the thoughts that come when reference is made to the execrable penal laws that maimed and maltreated martyred multitudes of St Patricks children because they would not give up their faith at the command of the ruth less invader lriezeis still made in Ire laud No longer woven to any extent on hand looms it is produced with improved machinery front beautiful pat terns by skillful workmen in prosper ous mills It is honest goods There is no shoddy in it Every thread is wool The fleece is fine the color is fast the design is neat the finish is artistic and the wear is everiaafiiig Pure as the patriotism of the people who make it simple as their nature true as their love it is typical of Irishae and deserves to have its name inseparably linked to theirs in its name of Irish frieze CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 24 had a large and interesting meeting Tuesday Ihtat Aquinas Unioni Hall the fact that Joe McGinn was to be elected delegate to the State conven tion that meets here iin December bring lag out every member IlL E Clark was chosen alternate Rev Father Logan who waa the gust of thje evening deliv trod aa eloquent address encouraging the branch in its great work Ills marks were given gctwroufl applause Wee initiating MM new xiewber another application was iweeiyed The Members ol Vtwtek Siwill recet k coeimuniea fa a bo4rat the early mass at St Louia Iierteiwda as Sunday morn lug April 29+ YC6LYMR TIMI The yearly r ohlifiH m of members Of Holy Trinity ToW AbitiMMce Softy will take rce atHoly Trinity church OB fruHky May d Tbisisoaeof tbeniott influential taMapaJaaaeeV eodeeiee in New Albany bd ite Meutwnfcipi quite large Ite yearly meotiagajahMrn bring oat a iallttatdsnce KM jfw nude specially tataraaHngni NUMBER GROWING1 I I tI I I Hibernian Knights Will Attend National Convention In Boston Will Act as an Escort to tho Stuto and County Officers Have Secured Quarters and Will Dispense Kentucky Hospitality HAYE CHARTERED SPECIAL CAR Kentucky will be well represented at e National convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which meets in his toric Faneuil Hall Boston on May 8 Company A Hibernian Knights this week completed arrangements for the trip and will go as an escort to State President Martin Cusick State Secretary James Coleman County President John A Murphy State Treasurer Barney Coll of Indiana and Judge Shine of Coving tonTuesday night a special meeting was held for the purpose of hearing the reports of the committees having the mat ter in charge In the absence of Capt Joe Breen the chair was occupied by Col Joe Taylor a All reports were of a grati fiying nature and several names were added to the list that would make the pilgrimage Besides the Knights a number of prominent IrishAmericans will also accompany the party Arrangements have been made with the railway companies and the Kentucky delegation will be assigned through coaches State President Slattery has secured convenient quarters for the company and it was voted to seep open house during their stay and show the residents of the Hub what real Kentucky hospitality is The commissary will be in charge of Joe Taylor and Con Hallahan assisted by the other members of the company for which they have already secured an abundance of the best Kentucky potheen of uto old age and aU the necessary accom U1 The Knights will take part in th great national parade on Wednesday May 9 when they will unfurl to Ute breeze two of the handsomest flags seen in this country They will also have their handsome banner which will b carried by Master Tommy Keenan Before returning the Kentuckians will make stops at Baltimore Washington Pittsburg Philadelphia and New York where they will be the guests of Hibernian divisions and military companies The Hibernians Knights upon thei return will give their annual excursion to the Kentucky river for which a large number of tickets have already been sold A meeting of all the committee- has been called for thia evening at the residence of Lieut Jerry Hallahan 171 Portland avenue and all interested ar urged to be presen- tTRINITY COUNCIL Will Give Another of Its Pleasing Euchre Parties Trinity Council Y M L held a very interesting and well attended meeting at its club house 718 East Gray street Monday evening Three applications I were received and one candidate initiated The Sick Committee reported Brothers Kalthenthaler and Kelty still on the sick list but improving Brother Struby has recovered from bis recent illness and iisI now able to attend to his business Trinity Council will give a euchre an dance at the club bouse on Wednesday evening April 25 for a worthy cause The admission will be twentyfive cents per person Many handsome prizes will be awarded The committee in charge 1is composed of James B Kelly B T fund David OConnell Dr B F Lammers Joseph S Piazza William Ritman and Thomas J Garvey The following memo hers of the Young Ladies Auxiliary will assist in receiving Mrs George Ocss vein Misses Mary A Goss and Betts Stark All members are urged to attend the euchre and bring their friends II I MURPHY OFF FOR EUROPE Mr DanK Murphy the wellknown architect left Monday for New York City sailing from there for Europe where he will remain until the first of visireDublin London Berlin Rome Paris an other leading cities devoting moat of his time to the study of architecture James tbebustayas of the firm until the arrival home of his brother A POINTER Have ybti ever been up to St Ma Ifagdalenf church on Brook street n ar College It Is a handsome church that the Right Rev Bishop built for bis pri yatecltape1Bu it because so popular and the attendance so large that it waaI Invested with the dignity of M pariahi church It is actitucl1 to ba proud of with its quiet devotional and yet band moms I COIIpIpI lion They are preparing to build a parish residence now and the bazar with which the congregation is endeavoring to raise the building fund promises to be a success The gifted priest who now edits the Record used to be pastor of the church and his splendid talent and ex perience are still evident in the interior decorations of the church With a residence for the pastor it promises to be one of the most flourishing of our many city parishes Go up and pray there once or attend one of the services and see if you wont feel inspired to help the bazar which will be held next month The music is of a high order and the service Always devotional You come out of that church feeling that you have been attending real religious exercises and youll want to do something to help along its finances Try it and see if it wont break down your prejudice against bazars as it did mine TWENTY PRIZES Progressive Euchre Party at Music Hall Thursday Night Everything is now in readiness for the big euchre to be given at Music Hall next Thursday night under the auspices of the Central Committee of the various local branches of the Catholic Knights of America and all who enter the contest for the handsome and valuable prizes offered will find ample accommodations as tables have been arranged for 1000 playersThe money realized from this pleasant event will be added to the fund for enter taining the delegates and visitors to the State convention which meets in this city in December next For some time past the representatives of the Louisville branches have been holding weekly meet ings and all indications now point to most gratifying results The following young ladies are among those who will assist in receiving and entertaining the players and spectators Misses Troll Rapp Fackler Holly Mary McGinn Hencup Hubbuch and Hit lerichThe gentlemen who will represent the branches are Messrs W C Smith Rapp and Johnson Feldhaus Fackler Pat Holly P Kirley William flax Nieman and A F Martin Joseph Hubbuch Andy Hlllerich II Bosquet L A M Grief and F X Wolpert i1 p JV Y W e amongethem being clocks pictures umbrellas portieres ornaments and other things Three that will be eagerly contested for are the gold charm offered by the Cen winener of another by Artist Reichcrt which many would prefer as the first prize and the one offered by the Kentucky Irish AmericanThe of the euchre is in large part due to the untiring efforts of Presi LouisrHamel Joe McGinn Reichert and Feld haus who have left nothing undone that will contribute to the pleasue of the occa onesin Catholic social circles MURPHYe Preparing FOr the Bazar For St Mary Magdalons Church St Mary Magdalens church Brook and College streets is to have a bazar from May 14 to 23 The store on Fourth street near Walnut will be used for the bazar which promises to be a great suc cess Several booths are being prepared by the ladies of the congregation where interesting exhibits will be displayed The donations already received are valu able and show the esteem and prestige which the handsome church on Brook street enjoys Father Fitzgerald now the beloved Owensborodwas once pastor Mary as was also Right Rev Monsignor Gam bon the Chancellor and Vicar General of this diocese and now rector of St Pat ricks The able editor of the Record the official organ of the diocese suc ceeded Monsignor Gambon in St Mary Magdalens until he assumed charge of the diocesan paper which supports the MaryIDeppen as they showed in the sub stantial collection sent in for the orphans weekWith a line of distinguished men as pastors the congregation feels it as I part of its prestige to make its bazar a grand event Already their enthusiasm has carried them to success in all their church work and as a friend the Ken twckylrish American wishes the church- and its pastor every success I PASSOENDBRd Mrs Elizabeth Fasebender a highly re spected lady of the West lord died lent Thursday Corning at her residence iSfcl Colgan street The deceased was the beloved wife of Juhn Fasebender a well known L N etaplpye and the- esd announcement was received with circleriof acquaitaHces sympathize the bereaved huband in his great loss SAILBD TODAY Col John H Wballwl and wife Col Jamw IV Whalkn and wife and John Dcoeaeaud wifolecm-W16nt for They will risit Jwiatkl Rook and Paris lt BAZAR NEWS St Cecilias Hall Crowded Every Night With Throngs of Visitors Pretty Girls and Booths Doing a Department Store Business Battle of the Ballots Causing Much Excitement and Wire Pulling WILL CONTINUE NEXT WEEK St Cocilias bazar which was opened last Monday evening promises to be the most successful one ever held in the West End The large school hall was a packed to its full capacity and the open ing was a success in every particular The committee is being highly compli mented for its good work and has the best wishes of the patrons and public generally who want to see a big suc cessful moneymaking bazar To walk through the beautifully decorated halls and see the numberless pretty girls wait ing on the big crowd reminds one of a big department store on bargain day The collection of valuable articles and the pretty girls in the booths together with the amount of business done would NewYorkA handsome prize will be awarded to the booth taking in the most money and this contest is proving to be a warm one andwill be won or lost by a nose when the last dollar is cashed in On Thursday evening April 26 will be decided the hottest contest ever fought It will be a voting contest for the most popular society represented at the bazar and the following societies will be in the race The Young Ladies Sodality Catholic Knights and Ladies of America St Vincent de Paul Society Altar So ciety St Josephs Sodality and Mackin Council If there be any politician whose education in this line needs a few finishing touches It will pay him to re nlberrFtlit datoit nak tyL s ncsStto attetWrhe militia will be held in readiness and X there is any ballot box stuffing or mob violence the public will be protected at any cost as a fair and square deal is assured each and every one entered in the race The pro amme on the opening night was a hummer and by special request a will be reproduced on Saturday night with many new and novel features Parents a are earnestly requested to keepStheir children away at nights as they can come in the afternoons when the grown people can not and they are in the way at night On Monday afternoon a special programme will be put on for the children as this will be childrens dayMany compliments arebeing heard on Mr Charles Raidys opening address He surprised many of his friends who did not bnow that he was such an orator Harry Thorpe won the first prize put on the young mens wheel It was a handsome picture valued at 750 Barney Dawson and his costume creat ed quite a sensation It was hard to be lieve that it was Barney until his melod ious and familiar voice reverberated through the hall Miss Bee Mullarkey made a hit as usualMaster Leonard Dawson will make his initial appearance Saturday evening He promises to rival his Uncle Barney Mr Pat Bannon Jr was lucky He carried away several valuable articles from the young mens wheel Messrs W Pirrman and Carey Jones who made a hit on Monday evening will by special request take part again Satur day evening Many compliments are being paid Misses Agnes Richter aril Mary Henley who played the piano Monday evening obligationstoopportunityMr Lee Fisher and Mr W Shaugh nessy promise a big surprise for the pa trons Saturday evening Saturday night will be Ute banner nIsharpTheand those who wish to spend a pleasant evening and help a good cause have now a splendid opportunity H The German Singing Society will at tend Monday April 23 HAPPY NUPT LS The marriage nuptials of Miss Theresa Passalacqua and John T Moran were solemnized at the Cathedral Thursday petforming was handsomely gowned aa were also the little ribbon girls Misees Anita and Elizabeth Cooney who carried the brides bouquet The groom la one of Louisville1 most promising young men and his bride ashinlngstar in our best sociall circles The edifice was filled with friends of the contracting parties who were showered with congratulations before leaving the Keaera10IuBerolS Phikdthphiscouple left for the South where they wIll xeotain til next month Ue o turn they will be at home to their friendto theyhave1r P Hvj- v V IfertX K TU HYTc7A w nI KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflli IIINIIININ11111INIIIM Dvveted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans VIxrIAIU Pd HIGGINS PutlIber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered at tho Louisville Postofflco as SecondClass Matter AII4crs all COlll oBlcatens to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY ARRIL 21 1900 THE NUGENT CASE There is general sympathy for r Mr E B Nugent the dry Rood man in his financial and other troubles and the more so since iit is evident that there has been some 4questionable transactions No one who knows Mr Nugent will be lieve that he ever did or connived 1ata dishonorable act and more iis L the pity for him that after a busy and honorable life his closing years should be burdened by loss of home and all and a reflection upon his good name to the acts oft others whom he trusted to manage his business when age and failing health incapacitated him to do so However black the Nugent case may be proven the public will ex ouerate E B Nugent from all blame and sympathize with him in his misfortune i OAS WAR Now we are to have a gas war rip which promises to be warm The Council has brought it to a head in trying to settle it and a part of the Council appear in a queer posi tion by recent proposed action The Gas and Water Committee after as sailing the Louisville Gas Company and insisting that there should be fair competition surprised every body by recommending the adop tion of a proposition from the Gas Company binding the city to guar antee the exclusive privilege claimed by the company in returnfora re Iq thewni rm coot li cornPmittee has raised sheol and the fight which has got into the news l lpapers will beon to a finish The Council can do much to settle this s question so important to the peo ple and must be careful as well as just lest they get their fingers singed and make the matter worse t than ever The people especially in the suburbs want some kind of light and as taxpayers they are entitled to it and they do not care much which company furnishes what they want Turn on the lights DOUBLY FAILED t 6eThe Queens visit to Ireland is hardly mentioned now It started with a lavish display a flourish of y trumpets resounding over the world and the English press was profuse in affectionate expressions lot the Irish people But all this has sud denly ceased and though the Queen is still in Ireland her movements are scarcely noted The fact is the Queens visit has doubly failed in its purpose She has been courte ously and quietly received The Irish people have not been cajoled t to be less ardent for nationalism and r mOre earnest for British glory nor has there been any hostile demon stration not the least discourtesy toward the Queen tQ give excuse for antiIrish llegislation or justify refusalof the acts of justice de manded by Ireland of England And worse still despite all this ri disappointmenttpf expectations the spirit of nationalism has gained in strength unify and earnestness and the ability to control the people within the bounds of law order mod courtesy has proven the effici ency and judgment of the Irish Icadtrs and the unreserved coin fidence of the people It further indicate tbe purpose of tke Irish people to unitedly and earnestly push their cause before the British Parliament in tile courts and every way possible within the llaw The BriUab Government iiurtetd of kill inS the Iriah aealaonwithflUry or finding an excuse lojII forte as a consequence oif the Qumens e visit will have to meet the question discuss and settle it in some other than the usual way of military force arrests imprisonment eviction and banishment ENGLISH IONORANCBI The British War Office hasprovei its ignorance of army discipline bj publishing a report from Lord Rob erts criticising Gems Duller and Warren and blaming them for de feats on Tugela river especially at Spion Kop and also the reply of those Generals it has aroused the English people demoralized the army and is the butt of ridicule everywhere Roberts may be right and as chief in command in Africa did his duty in reporting what he believed but the chumps in the London War Office ought to know that such matters should never be published at least until thoroughly investigated and decided A Berlin paper suggests that Roberts should have withheld his criticism of Bullei till he had proven his own efficiency and that his report would have been more appropriate if dated Pretoria instead of Bloemfontein The Prince of Teck whose chief glory is his title but like too many such in England must be given something to do to justify his annuities from the public exchequer was sent to Africa in command of the boasted Yeomanry and was chief in command at Reddersberg where theJBriiiSttl met with such t seriousreverseeThePiitic who was mounted did notf gallantlyrally his troops and lead them to the attack but wheeled his horse about ingloriously fled atbreakneck speed running over his own men to es cape It is such officers of noble blood and lineage that have brought defeat and demoralization to the British troops disgust and anger to the English people exciting the rdicule of the worldand insuring victory for the Boers regardless of the overwhelming force of their adversary Turkey refused to pay to the United States 100000 as indemnity for property belonging to Ameri cans destroyed by mobs in Turkey and possibly our fleet may be sentM into the Mediterranean to bring the II Sick Man to terms As it will have to pass Gibraltar or through the Suez canal both controlled by England and as Turkey is Eng lands protege for whom she is Shylook or gobetween in financial matters it may be possible that England would prove her friendship for us by halting our warships and then The London papers report much sickness among Lord Roberts troops in the Free State and in elude long lists of officers of the Yeomanry the sons and relatives of noblemen who are in the hospitals It is undoubtedly unhealthy in that vicinity about this time But if the Boers should happen to cut off the railroad connection with Cape Town it may be worse The Duke of Marlborough who is a Colonel of the Yeomanry and had joined the forces in the field seems to have started ahead of the Prince of Teck as he arrived at Cape Town several hundred miles away about the time of the Red dersberg fight So Roberts has 75000 men and is abou readY to move oa to Pro oria Ooni Paul trill be heard from in altJew days J Whin you Pat to tray look ofer ottr 84tertimMota It will MT time sad tlTt7 it r v ti 4 l SOCIETY Henry Nieder was among those who last week visited West Baden William Nieder the wellknown grocer returned this week from West Baden J D McElhenney has returned from his initial visit to West Baden Springs William P Lang has been laid up for the past week with a severe attack of the grip lion Patrick Collins of Boston was among last weeks visitors at West Baden SpringsD Dougherty who came from Rich mond to spend Easter in this city has returned home Mrs Sarah Mullaney and daughter Miss Mary visited relatives in New Albany last week Samuel Newman of Lebanon Junction VERY REV L D BAXI St Johns church who will spend six months was a visitor here this past week as the II guest of Edward Daly John L Hood and Charles Hughes were among the Louisville visitors at West Baden Springs this week Miss Anna Madden has accepted a position as bookkeeper and stenographer for the New Albany Outfitting Company Mr Will J Norton the well known and popular traveling man has returned from a pI ant Easter Visit with friends and relatives in Nashville The Kentucky IrishAmerican has re ceived word from Frank Cunningham that he may possibly return for the production of The Shamrock Wednesday eveningThe engagement of Mr Clarence J Livingston and Miss Elizabeth Collins is announced The nuptials will be per formed on April 25 at the Holy Trinity church New Albany The social and reception given at Hampton College Wednesday evening under the auspices of the Ladies AuxH iary and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers was largely and proved the most enjoyable yet given The ladies composing the reception com mittee were untiring in their jeiforts and succeeded in pleasing everybody The Mate Admirabilis Sewing Circle composed of the young ladies of Holy Trinity Church New Albany gave a bazar ou April 16 and 17 The numerous articles of needle work done by the young ladies during Lent were placed on exhibition and disposed of to many admiring purchasers On Tuesday even ing April 17 a choice musical pro gramme was rendered by local talent under the direction of James A Russell after which a euchre was given Michael Ward entertained the L N Core Makers Club athis residence Tenth and Rowan streets last Wednesday even ing Those present were George Barnett Edward Daly J J Dallas John ball Thomas Brathy way John Peters W W Glenn A Newman William Miller John Ryan H Shepard and William Deely George Barnett and Edward Daly en tertained the crowd with their duet singing while little Willie Deely gave his funny cakewalk imitations There were plenty of refreshments on hand The friends of Miss Maggie Fallahey and Phil Bundschu were surprised this week when the announcement was made that they had been united in marriage in Jeffersonville last November Their supplemental marriage took place at St Patricks church Monday night Mon lgnorGamboa officiating The bride is the daughter of Mrs Maggie Fallahey and is well known ia the Nest End Her husband is a popular young man connected with the local breach of the Armour Packing CompanyiP Invitations wereissued last week to the marriage of Miss Maym A Schnlten awl William A ertwhick will take place Tuesday morning at St Anthonys church This wedding will be the lead lIng one of the season in West hand Ger man tirhebridettheI harming and accomplished daughter of John ScfauUen the Blainstreett wholesale boe merchant who IDcd debut has- relgiwl M a belle in LottUyiti Mr 1lteUwrt b cotut cted with the firm ofK Botutie k Co and b also prominent atony the Uwdiuf ldairatrwt botfaMM p 11 NeSt ToMdajr moraing the marriage ofc title Mary KMlitt ud ftaak AUfer t t will be solehnizedrwitb nuptial mass at St Francis church bu the Berdstown road Rev rather Ohofficiating The only attendants will be the sister of the groom and brother olf the bride Miss Kaolin is quite prominent in German social circles her manl charmiflg qualities making her a favorite The happy groom is the son of the weltknown gardener on the Newburg road and is well known in this city After the ceremony the bride and groom will be tendered a wedding dinner and reception at the residence of lyoreuz Allgeier Among this weeks most happy mar riages was that solemnized Wednesday evening at the Church of Our Lady in Portland when MissJPrances Dettllnger and Joseph McKenzie were united in the bonds of wedlock dlhe ceremony was witnessed by a large number of friends andrelatives of the contracting parties who showered them with congratulations The bride is the harming daughter of Marcus Dettljngcr the well known en gineer at the Portland locks After the ceremony at the church the happy couple were tendered a reception and wedding supper at the residence of the grooms n Pastor of In Europe attended father John JUcKenile road supervisor of the K and I bridge terminals The groom has also been connected with the road for a number of years and is one of its most popular employes Mr and Mrs McKenzie have gone to housekeeping on High avenue near Twentysev cnth where they will receive their friends ANGLOSAXON HYMN uglannsour coantryi we never regrett iti apddongyptiVr i Shes better than Russia Columbia 61t France Shell lick the whole earth if it gives her- a chance Ji Shes onto its curves she knows who to fight Shes virtue itself and always is right She never is wrong pen honor thats so Were angloSaxons and ought to know Were better thaa Yankees were sure youll admit The sound of that name just gives us a fit Its so disloyal so common and low So very unBritisk twill have to go Of course the bravest the brightest and best V Of Americas sons are aiding with zest The efforts of England against the Dutch And those that are not you know are not much Theyre descendants of rebels the dirty dogs- Germans and Irish1 and such like hogs But we are the people we are the stuff To be ruled by England is glory enough For any Americas confound the name Well change itsofPeourse when we win the game 1 Were playing to jolly and gain control Of this blasted republic and rule the whole j V Hurrah for England I Hurrah for the Queenl v Hurrah for the British the bravest yet seen jT = Were out and ourEnglifih were straight John Dullsa While working the Yankees miserable fools1 I Weve none of theirl folly weve none of their tant For Benedict Arnold Is our patron saint PHBKING IMPRESSIVE BUT BRILLIANT Services in the Cathedral on Good Fri day and Holy Saturday were solemn and impressive TkOHMttds of the faithful of both sexes surged la and out from 530 in the morning till9 at night The side chapel was a bankof towers palms and ferns forming a beautiful repository for the holy sacrament This was visited all day long by throws of devout people from all over the city But Easter Sunday was celebrated In a truly royal man ner from the magnificent brilliantly lighted altars to the gorgeous Italian mass by Giorza which was rendered superbly by Prof Joseph Chase and Isle admirable choir The singing of Mrs Stark was an espseUl feature Her bead tiful voice completely filled not oly the immense edifice but the hearts of listen tfag worsfaipen M well Rev Paths Bouchet c kbtUd aoieuuu high sane Rev George SckaawwiH delivered the ser Hioa oa the JOtIPeOftM yJ1- StmMYIUPPlIr The ladies ol wAltar Society of St Cecilia church will ssrve runner at roe oMbte prices ia tedtball tomor w w eveningt whettsVerTbody is invited tooome dad dine wttti this popular society MesdsxasA HvffsxiMUf Flood old Sentonls will Ib4VS mimed The tables mid will see that every ODe jIs ssisfiedL AU kiods of dtUcMllM slU bs wrfvsd uIi i 1Y Tm r fQaQ8 Easter Gee Toms in luckl said Larry Finn as he watched two of lire prettiest girls in the ward sail by the enginehouse and give Toni Brenuan the handsomest fireman of the Hook and Ladder Com pany No a perfect fusillade of eye adoration To the aivUwid Tom said Dooley Bryan shrugging his brawny shoulders in downright disgust He d6nt be human What ails him Oi dunno All the gurrils in the parish crazy over his black eyes an he not notlclnjthitu De dad Larry Oi cud knock his head off for a shtupld onfeelln graven image Was he always sot Inquired Larry He was returned Dooley iversinci Maggie Harrigan tuk the veil Oho said arry They were engaged said Dooley enraptured with himself as a gossip whin Maggie got the vocation It was near killin Torn But av course he could do nothinHe said Larry Why didnt he carry her off Murder yedivil phatdo ye be sayin1 Tis the bride of heaven she is Its ashamed of you Oiam ye baste No poor Tom had to submit but hes nlve been the same Oi suppose now con cluded Mr Bryan meditatively ifwan of thim mimbers av the Four Hunderrei were to come by and give Tom the glad eye hed nlver encourage her Tis sthrange thot the nuts allus fall to the toothless divils With which sage observation Mr Bryan betook himself to the burrilshlng of the hose cart as a relief to his overcharged emotions All was true Since the day Tom Brennan tore his manly heart out in bid drug an eternal farewell to the beautiful girl who renounced him for her vocation the big fellow had never been the same All women were like shadows to him He had loped one trply devotedlyr and he had Jbeen forced to give her up to heaven rile could never love another In vain were appealing and languishing glances sent in the direction of this superb young specimen of IrishAmerican manhood Tom never noticed women He simply went about his business of saving property and lives as if there were nothing else in the universe for a big handsome athletic fellow Often as he lay in his bunk at thee enginehouse as he rode tempestuously through the crowded streets as he fought the flames he repeated to himself the last words he had said to his beloved I love you Maggie darlin I would live for you or I would die for you and since you bid me tear out my heart I must do it The Easter morning dawnedthe very raster on which Tom had hoped to lead his sweetheart to the altar He thought ott her as lie roused from his dreams of her sweet face Life was over for him he said He saw again the crowded church the white robed novices He smelled the incense he heard the roll of thee organ the solemn voice of the priest He shivered and turning hurried Ills face in his pillow Suddenly the alarm aroused him lIe listened He sprang from his bunk and- a moment later was down the pole and in his place on the truck His face was like the face of the dead As in a dream he heard the cry Where is it and the answer from a dozen lusty throats The conventThe and the Orphans home adjoining were ablaze It was evident at a glance thgt the buildings were doomed The mar nosiness was to save the Sisters and the children The bravery of the nuns and their proteges was only second to that of the magnificent fellows who fought for the lives of the helpless people Every one recalls the amazing fortitude and courage displayed at this frightful hour The children had been drilled for just such ia moment of peril and nobly did they now obey their instructors Such deeds of heroism as were done that bitter morning are never lost Their memory remains as an eternal inspiration Tom Brennan thrust a latter up ton window of the dormitory just beneath the huge gilded cross that surmounted the roof of the convent In this window serene calm her lips moving in prayer stood a sweetfaced Sister holding in her arms a tiny crip pled boy So symbolic was the attitude of this holy woman that not one Irish heart in the vast crowd below failed to respondIt Sister Mary Beatrice moaned the Mother Superior She knelt upon the bare ground and crossed herself When Tom Brennan his faced blackenedwith smoke and his eyes bIll lag with heroic excitement reached the window Sister Mary Beatrice looked steadfastly at him wjth her old sweet smileHe held out his arms The child first Tom h she said asshe laid the little boy on the broad breast of the fireman A mighty shout went up from the crowd below All had seen that sublime act AU realized what it meant A dozen hands received the child and Tom Breanan turned back up the ladderHe tiffed Sister Mary Beatrice from the window For one instant he held her on his heart Thea M the frenzied spectators groaned and envied ad prayed the convent walli i8 Iuiilat the foot of the cross Tom rejittaa died for bis Maggie fcrllu IWith SeaaionTapperdXCITlrW The race for the tripio Boston still excites much iutsrsst in Hibernian drclts Haft Brady Will MtfiMtky sad DavW IConttell sre tbe uifones few pa tile traCk rbeTaterlDCth1aoiae latcbi escu aot eoafident of carrying off the insa0 la ntnnttnnttnnnnnlnnt1nnnnnnnnm t r I RAFFOS Er I Nothing sold but I ET I guaranteed goods Absolutely the Best Furniture == and Carpets in Louisville 1 A store where quality is of first consideration Z2 place where you are treated right and money back =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con ZS sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines 5 of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will C2 like to trade here once you have tried it = HouliiiR and Moving Attended Tor 321 WEST MARKET STREET =North Side 1 =SS- BFTWEnN ITHIRD AND FOURTH =I f7111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111l11111111111111111111ES T J WATHENS mICE CREAMM FACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAkER- YO29 E isl tlTL StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles f Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 I A M wm CO XNOORPOR- ATEDBREVVERSandBO 1 LERSOF THE lf If rll f I BEERff LOUJSV L ICY TELEPHONE 462 DOUGHERTY CP THOMAS ww =DAD K6611a11 I UNDERTAKERS I 122 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth J TI LIi EI301 13 O2 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions t JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14004404 Story Avenue Telephone S9L LOUISVILLE KY terFIRST OF THE SEASON 125 CINCINNATIAND April 29 Via BOSWRRLea- ves a 7tHStreet Depot 715 A JV1 Sunday ehtrt jiK Leaves Cincinnati 7 PAI re1w Walsh the Tailor 232 FOURTH Ayeii I xamineCempleteLina tl Sprit o Suitings24u J f I 1 I 1 MaMURPHYUBAIER IN- GROCERIESf PRODUCED fMfAJ VliM Liquor Peed Hay ad GRIN M Cer Se nte Hth and PerHnni doe THOSa FLYNNDKAIKR IN MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS 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MATINEE APRIL 22 Mitlneei Sunday Monday Weinwdty 8sturdi OSE SYDELLS LONDON BELLES One of the Big Favorites at this House BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER EDELENS Cut= Rate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small 35c Swamp Root large 70c Harpers CephalgTne 15c Dromo Seltzer 6c Morphine 1 dr 30c Best flaking Powder 25c Moth Balls per Ib ic Sulphur per lb 5c- All Potent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S E Cor 17th and Bonk Sts MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY JIM MOORES PLACE 1521 Portland Ave EXPED1Ti SCHOOL OF- DRESS IJIJTTING Where CutUnglFinishing and other i it Linings cut and fitted for HOME DRESSMAKING All the latest skirts Moderate charges Evening School beglunng atT 7 oclock ROOM 20 CourierJournal Office Building FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAMMEHLL S W Car Eighteenth and Chestnut Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound Y Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehensIan12y Feb 20 March 187 April Aug1b I I5FAIIEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44A M Da Lawler FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON N W Cor Nineteenth gad OHICM PlM LMBck sad Music Saturday Night JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF fM LAWLERS O1TAI O HiI A SUPERIOR O OJGWl GXOAK 1907 Wtt HalnSfrttt Lonisrillt RAGANSc EXCANGESo W CM Preftafl tied Market HofSoupanc1Lullch Sandwicbe of all kinds U fallowing the aUmrpck r the next event on the Hibernian program me will be the eicurtiou of the Kuicb and their friends tp theKeutuckynva which takes place iti rue t dl TWELVE 1 r INITIATED The IrishAmerican Society Is Meeting AVltli Marvel ous Success J I J Important Business Transacted on Last Thursday Night u 1 OUR Kane ElectedI Chairman of ifthe Entertainment Committee rx t SICK BENEFITS BEING PAID PROMPTLY 11 Thursday nights meeting of the Irish American cletywttahummer twelve candidates being initiated and several applications were received President Feeney was elated over the signs of pros perity evident on all sides while Secretary Joe Byrns wtls kept busy taking In the shekels After the reading f the minutes Mar shal William Lawlcr resented Al Smith the wellknown undertaker and Messrs Mike OBrien Joseph Tierney J Corri- gan Dennis Tierney James Kirwin Edward Tobin Richard Murphy James Doyle John Mclaughlin M Finnegan and Edward Ford Initiation and obligation The degree was Conferred by Vice President Murphy in a very im pressive manner after which the new members were tendered a cordial greet ing IAfter a decfdedly interesting debate it was resolved that alt former members who have not been affiliating since last September must nma application as new members before being entitled to the benefits now confer by the society Heretofore it was only necessary that they pay their back duert- Gus Kane was iriaUe Chairman of the Entertainment Committee and in a neat speech promised tbaj the members would soon have plenty of amusement and some work The selection of Mr Kane was a wise one The society will probably soon give an outing for its members and their friends Associated with Mr Kane on the committee arePat Meehan John Mulloy Eugene M Shane and J P Manion During the evening several interesting talks were made notably those of William Lawler Secretory FIvnn Thomas Claire John Kenney and M W Murphy Chairman Cleary reported Martin Min ogue still confined to his home the re suIt of his serious accident last month His benefits were promptly allowed Fifteen candidates are expected topre sent themselves for Initiation at the next meeting and all members are urged to attend Rumor hastIt that an agreeable surprise is being arranged for HIBERNIAN What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Netes J Seats are now going rapidly forliThe Shamrock + i Barney Coll has almost entirely recov from his recent injury Division 19 of Waltham Mass raised 218 for the Boer reliif fund Every member of the County Board should attend tonights meeting Division 1 of Duluth admitted num ber of new members last Sunday The Hibernian Rifles of Providence will be the guests of Division 1 while in Boston Division 11 of Pall River approached holy communion in a body Easter Sunday morning l Division 2 has issued handsome invita tions for its dance Iin the Minneapolis tabor Temple on Map2 Division 0 will have the pleasure of in itiating two candldliesnext meeting night if the members tend The Ladies Auxiliaries of Divisions 1 and 3 entertain their friends with dances next Tuesday evening fa St Paul Divisions 31 and 35 of Dorchester Mass will unite in the national parade appearing in blue with uniform caps The members of Division 4 of Minnea polls will dance with their friends at the Wigwam on Mondayevening April 30 Division 4 jneets tomorrow afternoon at 2 o clock The change was made that all might attend the dramatic perform ance at Library Rail Wednes4ay night For the first time JI1 several months Division 1 of JeffersoKville had neither application nor fnitiaiioti Tuesday even ingjTho Hibernian Knights have made all the arrangements for one of the grandest river excursions leaving Louisville this yeartJohn Kilker who serious injury was mentioned in these columns was able to meet with the ycmug Men of Division 0 this week The contest in St IVwVl among the Hibernian for the SUIt prUe is now on in earnest ail thus facilUe between DJvis lose i48 and tWilHara P Carralliw luw ben ill at kit hoarse in JeftenrtrtHe ii reported rapidly improving TWf will be glad aewe to hU Hibernian friend Hibernian of Daubtuy Coon last weekforwar9ett l59lwCoaafy Presi dent Denlel smith for the relief fund far the widowg and erplaRtr of the JBoera DIisloa lOlJ tfefo wttW bad is sag PwddartU attended the bazerif rtt AuguxUneY church a- Bflembenof poliaI3 i wilt meet in regalia and proceed in a body to St Charles church tomorrow morning when they will receive holy communionJames was warmly greeted at the meeting of Division 3 Wednesday evening Few men have more friends among the Hibernians than genial and generous Jim- Division 0 of St Paul will have as its guests on the evening of May 14 the ladies of Division 1 of Minneapolis for whichevent a splendid programme is being arranged Hon E J Slattery State President of Massachusetts has been selected for Chief Marshal of the national parade Major John Sullivan of the Ninth regi ment will be his chief of stuff Bishop McGolnck has appointed chaplains for the two divisions of Stt Louis county Minn Rev Father OMahoney will look after the spiritual welfare of Division 1 and Rev Father Feeley will take Division 4 The Irish Standard says tickets are going like hot cekes for the entertain ment to be given by the Emerald Social Club of St Paul on Monday evening April 30 The club is composed of Hi bernians and Daughters of Erin Ladies Auxiliary of Division C of Mite neapolis save their annual Easter ball Monday evening The hall was hand somely decorated with flags aud palms The various committees included many prominent ladies who left nothing un done that would contribute toward suc cess Mrs M Barry was the mistress of ceremoniesOne time great events of the after Easter season in Bridgeport Conn was the soiree given by the Hibernian Rifles this week The company studied well the interest of their patrons and spared neither pains nor expense to make the affair memorable A novel feature of the programme was the drill by the Naval Battalion C N G The different divis ions were well represented The last meeting of Division 20 of Charlestown Mass was the largest held for many years President Michael ODonnell who is president of the mili tary company and who also served through the Cuban campaign was in the chair In addition to other business transacted it was voted to entertain several other divisions after the national parade in Abbottsford Hall and to prop erly arrange for the purpose strong com mittees were appointed The quarterly meeting of Division 3 of Bridgeport Conn last week was largely attended officers and members of sister divisions paying a fraternal visit Seven names were added to the roster andafter the transaction of the regular business all were invited to partake of refreshments During the social session several spirited and encouraging talks were made Other features were vocal and musical selections Before adjourning all united in singing God Save Ireland STARTLING DISCQVFRY At the close of this nineteenth century so prolific of discovery and invention comes the most startling and unique of all liquid air To this wonderful triumph of science is promised complete revolu tionizing of all our present methods of generating motive power of the process of refrigeration and even a change in the ordinary humdrum system of cook ing To Prof Charles Tripler of New York belongs the credit of bringing liquid air within reach of all When first discovered this strange compound was made at the cost of 5000 an ounce It was afterward brought down to 100 an ounce but even this was too costly an article to experiment with Prof Tripler can now furnish the peculiar wonderful invention for five cents a gallon A tea kettle of liquit air placed on a block of ice it is said will immediately commence to boil just as water will boil over a hot fire A rubber ball dipped into liquid air becomes so brittle that it is shattered like a wineglass if dropped on the floor Raw meat when exposed to its tempera ture is instantly frozen perfectly solid changing it to a white color If struck by a hammer it is shattered to fragments and may be ground up into a powder Whisky can be frozen and candylike drops of the spirit can be passedaround for consumption These few instances taken from a list of many will serve to show us the wonderful possibilities that are locked up with impenetrable secrecy in natures laboratory The golden key of patience and untiring diligence is alone the route to the unfolding of those mysterious secrets which when discov ered prove us to be even yet only on the threshold of knowledge EUCHRE AND DANCE Invitations are out for another de lightful euchre and dance by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians which will take place at Hibernian Hall 331 West Market street Monday evening April 30 The young ladies of sodetyarecharmlngI of itself fill the pretty halls CENTRAL LABOR UNION Important business will come before the Central Labor Union tomorrow after noon at Becks Hall when President Fuchs will announce his appointments for the celebration of Labor day Several new unions will send repre sentatives among them the lathers box makers and tailors all progressive organizations Final action will be taken upon the report of the conference committee which has been endeavoring to bring about a unification of the two central bodies and every member is urged to be presentSTYEKBQLY3 GtJCHRB Steve Keely the w llkno WN sexton of Holy Crow church will give jm lawn euchre it his residence ThlrtyieeuwL if1 which lfr Keelannounce t- WbtTben grate will begin at 890 o lock AdmUori twentyfive cent Z j i c 1 I Louisville Shoes FIndustryF I t as our Shoe Department The goods arc now ready and we arc sure that the public will quickly recognize their unusual value Vici Kid lace or button Kid or Patent Tips in the new shape all sizesat 150 Try a pair on our recom LEVY BROSTHIRD AND MARKET iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiuiiiijiitiiimiiiiimiiii niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini ZlookTreegfny pel1mtlllPhll tygeufrtfinyTSleprajjTty j ucJ IS Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON TUB an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR n E District Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCManagerwffte oesr is THE CHEIPESV this IISevenV WELLINGTONI Seventeenth and Sts DIALER IN FINn MEATS AND REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y J JJeJeCRONENij 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND- MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a Specialty I Wiring of all Kinds Telephone IS6S 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PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE 1 THE CENTRAL 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 Refreshments Will Also Be Served AwardediiaAn6 CALLED AT 830 l IEIE f II I f H F H t Miilfloon Monument companylI DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIi ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I t flonuments I I S f ifi 1r TT J Ariktie Worf 0111q- WAREROOMSI fellcittfl Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy 1 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I DI IIDlHUHHHH3 I i 60iINCORPORATED 1 Brewers and Bottlers4S OUISVILLE SY NJ HENRY C LAUER 4 TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS t 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST I BRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET j iILIVERYANBiBOARDINBSTME f 428 AND 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLEI KY JQHNU X A1i- Kr WALTERS + Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET KYzUNION MADE NOT IN A T- POTHEEN OHE 0 0QB cJCOOMKTHTNd NEW SOMETHING GOOD MMmfMtarMl by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS Math trod eUcted BurleXTobacco The beat Irish Whisky Potheen aud- ftavorhig futer into its oonipomion = r T THOROUGH TRAtNIn4 PIIOAIID OF TRADE U wILawg fTHIRD AND MAIN T c aovttitU A4P ttIi Mi s7JO770OOTO znZ1 Z znz af INDORSED BY THE EENTRAL LABOR UNION That the Kentucky Irish American is steadily growing in favor with its readers I aik and usefulness to the public is evidenced by the action of the Central Labor Union at a recent meeting in giving this paper its indorsement which is the more welcome and appreciated because unsolicited and unexpected The publisher is grateful and will endeavor to merit this additional recognition Our friends will be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously adopted by the delegates of both bodies The preamble and resolutions adopted by the Central Labor Union are as follows Q Whereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union arid organizations represented therein and O Q Whereas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement therefore be it Resolved That the Central Labor Unio Iindorse 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 cOpmns 0sW 4 uZ 2uZ a 2uz t2 fS 4 J WHAT NEXT Queen Victoria Intends to Visit Ireland Every Year Hereafter Is Now Negotiating For Olou- clalkin Castle Near Dublin Will Probably Prcsentlt to the Duke and Duchess of York HAS BEEN LOOKING VERY PALE- r The Worlds Dublin correspondent hears that Queen Victorias private secre tary is making inquiries with a view to the purchase of Clondalkin Castle as the Irish royal residence Clondalkin Cas tle is a splendid mansion with athousand acres of beautiful park within five miles of Dublin The Queen intends to visit Ireland every remaining year of her life Some member of the royal tautly usually inhabits each royal residence When the Duke of Teck died the Duchess of York was very anxious to get White Lodge Richmond Park her fathers residence but the Queen has given it to Empress Frederick It is nov believed she will give the Clondalkiu Castle to the Duke and Duchess of York the latter of whom has always expressed great friend liness toward Ireland The excitement of the Irish visit has undoubtedly told on the Queen She has been looking very pale the last few days but nothing seems to deter her from car rying out her programme of drives She has gone out several times in an open carriage in the rain but Thursday there was so terrific a storm that she had to remain indoors Among heV guests at din ner this week was Mrs Smith Barry formerly Mrs Post of New Yor- kTHEATRICALS For next week the closing one of the season at the Temple Theater the Meflert Stock Company anno pces a magnificent productions of the reigning success Sapho Col Meffert states that there will be no vulgarity and nothing to offend good taste Miss Jessaline Rogers will assume the role of Fanny Le Grand and the will have excellent support There will be new scenery and all the features of complete and highpriced production There will be no advance in prices and the friends of Col Meffert will make next weeks attendance the largest of the season Therewill be quite a treat in store for the patrons of the Avenue next week when Lincoln J Carters new war play Chattanooga will be presented for the pricesSeveraladded and the railroad scene in the last act has received special attention since it was first produced The company is an excellent one the leading parts are in competent hands and the minor charac ters receive better attention than is nan ally paid to them Popular priced mat i inees will be given as usual Rose Sydells Iondou Bellesone of the biggest winners of this season will be the magnet at the Buckingham Theater next week The high standard of excel lence which has made this organization one of the moat popular on the road is still maintained and it is eyeu asserted that this season the show is eyen better than before The opening event iaa comic skit entitled DafedelAmerique which serves to introduce the entire com pang hollowing it is an oUof specially selected vaudeville acts headed by the famous Nelson sisters four inuurabr Thconcludiag burlesque is j The Snap per a gingerylr vesty ot Th Trtle glLL DEELBYS CHANGE gtrailroai INI the molding defmtMcut baa migMd te accept a position with the Ryan Cora Cure Company of Indian and will seta their agent for Kentucky t bityyll1saystMtbsor aattbttrottbto of coma L pUewnere but for the usersnAs ad o r MJAtopa r pv i lfjYtk r yi HOW BLACK ANTHONY DIED Pretty Little Story Concerning the Jeffersonville I Sisters of Mercy Black Anthony was a poor little ugly negro who shouldered the cross of poverty in his infancy and wearily wended his way up the Calvary 6f adversity He was born in Alabama and when but a little boy developed a talent for appropriating things that did not belong to him Naturally this got him into trouble and it became necessary for the good of society to put him away from temptation After he had served a couple of terms in the penitentiary of his native State he began to yearn for broader fields I He had no moneY to pay his railroad fare to anywhere and he just quietly walked away one warm summer night His mother Was dead and he had no kin dred There was no one to kiss him goodbyand wish hlUi a safe return In fact the people who knew him one and all hoped they had seen the last of him I They had Anthony saunteredalong under the Southern skies begging occa sionally but often stealing a chicken which he broiled oytr a fire made behind a barn or in a cool grove He quenched his thirst at the spring house which he always knew where to find for all South ern plantations are built much in the same way At length he arrived in Indiana It was different from what it had been down in the warm sunny South where steal ing small things w snot considered so much of a crime if ithad been committed by a negro But ifiy look at things dif ferently in the NorthSh3 when one night little Anthony dropped intoi a village and robbed a store he was surprised to find that he was arrested and sent to jail Then when hb trial canoe up he made no defense and was sent to the prison Jeffersonville to serve fourteen atI Anthony had not been accustomed toI hardwork and as he was a delicate youth he soon sickened Every day he became weaker One day when the physician examined hint he found the little black convict had consumption and that he had only a short while to live In Indiana they have what they term an indeterminate sentence Under it a culprit is sent up for from two to four teen years If he behaves himself he gets the short term and Anthony had done all that had been asked of him Therefore Warden Bert asked the Di rectors to pafdoii htm This was done but by the time the pardon arrived he was so low that it looked like he could live but a few days The Warden re quested permission for the dying negro to be allowed to remain there until the end came It was denied him and the instructions came that on the day agreed upon poor friendless penniless Anthony was to be turned out to die on the streets The Warden sent word to the Deaconess Hospital asking them to take in the dying boy The answer came back that he would be cared for if he had any moneyWarden Hert and his wife are two of the best friends the Deaconess Hospital hart It seemed the only place available and Anthony was fearful that he would be turned out in the street to wander about for a few hours until death came to his relief At this juncture the Warden thought of the Sistersof Mercy and he called them up by telephone and asked them if they would receive the penniless thief Without a moments hesitation the low sweet voter of the Sister came back over the wire Of course thati what we are here for xji So black Anthony was sent to the Sisters of Mercy HecpiUl There the tender care he recetvedsoont revived him suit he lived OB n4 OftOf course he could not lw saved std it was apparent that it was but a matter of time until he would be summoned to eternity One day Sister Mary Margaret was at his bedside and noticing a wistful expression in his fading eyes lib twked him what it waswonyiilchimSlstab whar air you all gwlne Ur bclMbbenlt Ofa I dont know was the reply we will be fladlptatinaUii Why do you ask Well I jest tbwtthtdat some day when I didnt liattMothm ter do Id come lOUttI1I see 70ttrV j No smite eater io die pale face of the S1IterNo ripptthf DMn meat came from tier lips There 1ftI no humor in llrtTqwalnt saying A tear stole down lfiorntliebediti hsr room ihe taU a pnyfrth S re= pose of the tool that waa pawing away to its Maker Black ApOuM fell asleep An hour later she rmjjtWl to the room dthe spirit qf Itn JrM led The faraatoa sldvtyv who Vd 7i r tIf was refused even a place to die by all save the good Sisters felt that he could not thank them sufficiently on earth for their kindness and if bya mysterious chance he does get to heaven the Sisters who made happy and peaceful his last moments will find him waiting to say the words that his heart prompted but his illiterate tongue refused to say Di QoiROOH HOARS VIEWS His Letter to tho American Irish Historical Society In response to an invitation extended to him by the AmericanIrish Historical Society Senator Hoar wrote ft letter re gretting inability to take part in the so cietys celebration on April 10 in which he saidI sure that the celebration will be in the spirit which animated the men who fought aud the men who died on April 19 1775 You will I am sure re enforce the lesson that no human power can turn wrong into right injustice into justice can lawfully crush out the love of liberty in every human soul and the right to independence that belongs to every people The men of April 10 were victorious agaiust what seemed at the time invincible odds Theresult was the freedom of the Western hemisphere from the Arctic ocean to Cape Horn This spirit I am sure sooner or later must be victorious against what now seems in vincible odds in the Eastern hemisphere which shall yet In Gods good time be occupied by free men in an independent nation The New York Sun has spent nearlya million dollars in fighting the printers and Us chances of success are now far less than ever IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary 1 D Perranda Cuslck132TwentiethTreasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiren- DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings President Patrick T Sullivan Vice President Phil Cavauaugh Recording Secretary JohnCavauaugh Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle street- 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