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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i w t I 1i I oJ KENTucKY II1u AMIRICAN u N IVOLUME IVNall LOUISVILLE li X APRIL 28 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS UNITY IN SIGHT Ultimatum of tho Central Labor Union Accepted by tile Trades Assembly National Officers of the Tobacco Workersnt Last Sun days Meeting- Committeemen Named For the Annual Labor Day Celebration LARGE ATTENDANCE OF DELEGATES Last Sundays meeting of the Central Labor Union was a record breaker both as to attendance and the amount of busi ness transacted The announcement that the differences that have existed for over a year and which led to the formation of an unchartered body have been amicably settled and that the United Trades and Labor Assembly delegates have thrown1 up the spoiige and are to return to tbeI regularl organization will be Railed wilh delight by all true trades unionists Ttiis action removes all obstacles to the uniting fit the Central labor UniOn of every local in this city and with this desirable result accomplished all will enter earnest ly into the work of further organizing the worfclngmen of the Falls Cities arid ar ranging for the greatest tabor day cerebration ever witnessed here President Fuchs called the meeting to order promp ly at 2 oclock the roll call showing the largest attendance of delegates for many monthsThe Credentials Committee reported favorably upon the following delegates who were obligated and seated Stereotypers UnionJames Looney Charles Nelsou Joseph Kralg Tailors UnionC N Bolander William Roth Joseph rliehman Walters UnionAugust Stapenborst William Glover Broom Makers Union Charles Williams S K Adams C W Cnandoin Lathers Union Emlle Lagal Bootblacks UnionJames Cecil James Cranshaw Quite n large number oFcbrnmuElca lions were read by Secretary Zeno Young among them one from the Central Labor Union of the District of Columbia requesting the indorgemeht of bills before Congress restoring the wages of employes and regulating the hours of labor in dif ferent departments where salaries have been reduced fully 25 per cent since 1877 CongressIonal legislation is also requested in the hospital service where long hours are required for the email pittance of from 115 to 35 per month These measures are indorsed by the American Federation of Labor Resolutions were adopted asking Congressman Turner and our Senators to assist in securing the de sjred legislation One was also received from the Chicago Federation of Labor tliaiiling the Central Labor Union fcr aid rendered in securing Federal legisla tion favorable to small Government latht holders and against the stealing pf public lands by speculators The Secretary waff also instructed to notify our representa tives in Congress that the Central tabor Union was opposed to tie Mondell lest tend bill now pending because it gives away large tracts to sharks aud specu latorsOthers were from the Cigannakers Union of New York City and the Web Pressmans Union Both received favor able action That from Portland Ore Was to the effect that there were many idle men in that State and urging stran f gcrs to remairi away for the present The Grievance Committee reported the remit of its conferences with representa tives of the Wledemenn Brewing Com peny ant the Belknap Company The former will settle its differences with the Coopers Union and after June 1 will have the label The Messrs Belknap gave as surances that they would favor the em ployment of union labor in the construe f tion of their new warchoasV The committee was well pleased with its courteous reception The Organization Commit tee report stated that the new unions of machinists garment workers and sign painters were rapidly increasing in mem berahip and would send delegates to the Central Labor UHSoh when their charters were received The announcement ttiatf the tobacco workers hid Increased their membership 450 during the preced ing week and would retUrn their dele gates was received with much applause The Grievance Committee were in strncted to call upon two large local iintW of organized kttfeh hoae19WthiH will tie withheld1 tiatit tS f committee reporW at the next meeting Preefdettt Fjicbs Introduced Henry b FUheiy of StltoMls National President of the tobacco workers and Orgaaizer John Witzel both of whom addressed the delegates telling of the great fightbeing made againrtttteMobacco trusts WVfiad discharged Hundreds of employer simply bscaXwe they belonged t6 their trad i nniou TheataUd that iin many of their factories boys and girl were required to work fourteen to eighteen hours pe day rec j110nlytir0per lirTbe th 1400 iiibi too rkelri diitrUcttyab1 wotiln iiao and thA MibifJMi ut t pirchaM tlIa f dWtGut H ictn report tbs forattttmi till Ii- o l the Boxmakers Unfoft with 125 memo bers and asked the assistance of the delegates in Introdttcitig their boxes which will bear thd tOil n label Delegate Adam from the broom makers called attention to the prison made brooms being introduced by certain Mainstreet houses to the injury of local manufacturers and honest labor The matter Will be reported t6 Oil unions with instructions to hot purchaseany from the Frankfort or Eddyville penitentiaries The delegates from the Tailors Union reported that they were having trouble with only one establishment in the city which will be called upon by the Arbitra tion Committee for the purpose of adjusting the differences Should this effort fail the Central Labor Union will take sides with the tailors and make a strong fight on the nonunion house The Central Labor Union having notified the representatives of the United Trades and Labor Assembly that it stood dischargeUsof the matter And would hereafter treat only with the unions individually they asked a final hearings which was courte ously granted Messrs Christen Roberts Harmon and Gundelfinger were pre sentedand stated that they had decided to acquiesce and again unite with the regular body only asking that certain laws be construed by the President before the amalgamation This was cheerfully don eby Presldent Fucns and the fact VaS elicited that the viskorK bAd been 1idfborlflg udder d misappreheusfr n as to- eb meaning of tbe sections in qaesfion Christen and his colleagues agreed to the action taxed will disband the rivdl body and peace will reign again The Kentucky Irish American con tributed much toward effecting this re- mIt and its conservative coutse has oecn warmly commended Messrs McGill Fnchs WalterYoung Darfsoh iand others are entitled to much credit for their ex cellent Work as is also the Journal of Labor The fight has been a long and at times bitter one but a valuable lesson has been learned that will not soon be lost sight of The magnanimity of the Central Labor Union which has been sustained at all points was Indeed commendable and augurs well for the future Before adjourning President Fuchs announced the following appointments for the tabor Day Committee one from each union William Roth John Young Charles Peetz Zeno Young William Wathefl LeOn Vczollis P J Dawson Fred Schwenker John Cosgrove S K Admits James LeOne Harry Crandall and Jacob Kern As many more r remain totie addedat theinexVnieelitig PHOfeNtii HILL SECURED l IrishAmerican Society Will Entertain Confederate Veterans The flhnnal outing and picnic of the IrishAmerican Society this year promises to be a hummer The Amusement Committee have secured Phoenix Hill Park for Monday June 4 and the members are busily engaged in arranging an attractive programme andamusements of various kinds The suggestion that the society enter tain as guests the visitors to the Confed erate reunion meets with universal favor Chairman Gus Kahe dnd the members of the committee are hard at work and their report next Thursday will be an in teresting one uite a large number will be initiated Thursday night and President Feeney urges a large attendance Now that the IrishAmerican Society has commenced paying sick and death benefits its growth should be rapid During the month of April about sixty names wcfe added to membershipwi1l8of its present executive officers U DEPARTS PROM IRELAND Queen Victoria Ends Her VisitGiven Dignified Farewell Dispatches from Dublin state that Queen Victoria and the Princess Christian and the Princess Henry of Batten burg left the Vice Regal Lodge at noon Thursday and drove to Kings Bridge station on their way to Kingstown and England Large crowds at every point of vantage gave Her Majesty a royal farewellThe train started for Kingstown at 1230 amidst the heartiest demonstra tions Enormous crowds had preceded the Queen to Kingstown and occupied the piers and other places from which the royal yacht Victoria and Albert was visible A memorable demonstration occurred as Her Majesty went aboard the yacht Nothing occurred to mar the occasion but now Irisfamet Mad others all over the world await with interest the action of the Queen hoping that the treatment she received may have Us good effect and cause her Government tolbe morel and considerate of Irelands claims Monday was a rajny day in Dublin and Queen Victoria fpeiit the warning hi- the vice Regal grounds During the aft h1 oshe took a drive ttifbutfrtHe northern eavirone of the dtyVrfcelvitig several entahonaatIMty Holme Patricks residence Castle Knock IMMWVING WMkDowiiarno sr1slubta i t oii HARRY BRADY Popular Hibernian Winner of the Trip to thfiT Bofcton Convention J Library Hall Crowded to Wit ness Prodnctioft of the It Shamiocic The Robert Elnmot Drftinrttlc Society Scores Another Dig Hit VERY HANDSOME SUIIAS REALIZED I The famous Irish drama uTl1e Sham rock presented on Wednesday evening at Library Hall for the benefit of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was greeted by an immense and sympathetic audi ence Mr Joseph P Cooney as Barney OGrady endeared himself to all especially to the boys and the last encore of the evening was to trim The acting of Mr Joseph E Hill as the spy could scarcely have been better His impersonation was good and his iintonation perfect If he carries out his present idea of going East to study the drama all can predict for this clever young man a successful career Mr David OCon nell as the Squire did a very good part while Martin Fitzgibbona as John Des mond showed much strength and dash It is the wish of many that when he next appears in public his part in the plot will allow him still greater liberty in which to display the talent he possesses T F Carroll as Captain of the Kings forces was very good Mr Carrolls voice though not so strong as one would wish yet gives good results because his enunciation is good and his presence fine Mr James Dillon the honorable high fouled Irish soldier though wearing a redcoat always does the right thing at the right time and his fine Irish brogue could not be surpassed Corp Thornton Mr T J Sullivan was a good part and well don Miss Bee Mullarkey as the Rose of Wicklow was a charming heroine Her singing wM otic of the main features of the evening r frr t K fi MisS Katie Barrett as Ileeh ORourke was one of the best pf the play Her impersonation of a roguish witty and mod est Irish maiden seemed expressly created for her Her dancing with Mr James Curran of ad IrisH reel and jig was never executed here lit Detter style Mr Curran must be cbmpliinented oh the grace and zest which he threw into such jolly gymnastics as an Irish jig Miss Kittie l4alty as Nauo did lle4rtw- ell The flash of her Irish yes was enough to weaken the nerves of even a stronger man than a Capfain of the Kings forces Tommy Clines anti Willie Corrigan did their funny part in d most worthy mdh ner giving some very clever pieces Master Thomas Keenan sang very sweetly two sentimental songs and little Miss Florentine Ford was very charming Mr Josh Hills dHginall verslbh f Prisoner 76 wait very fine fhdeed The writer has Heard this recltatioh by noted elocutionists but waf never so well pleased aS by Mr Hills rendt6h of- III Am Not Mad Between the third and fourth acts Mr Harry Brady the popular Treasurer of Division 4 was declared the winner of the prize trip to Boston and the an nouncement was greeted with rounds of applause followed by numerous calls for him His work contributed more than anything else to the financial success of the undertaking and his victory was most pleasing to his hosts of friends not only in Limerick but throughout the en tire city Mr Brady feels grateful to all who assisted him and through the Ken tucky Irish Americau wishes to return his sincere thanks to each and every one The first to congratulate him were his competitors Will McCarthy and David OConnellA from Mr Frank Cunning ham who lately left us to take a rrespon sible position in St Louis was received toward the close of the entertainment It was read amid deafening applause Seiberta First Regiment Band discoursed Irish and American patriotic airs in a creditable manner Miss Zoll ac companied the songs of the evening on the piano in a smooth agreeable man net and altogether the entertainment was a success from start to finish S KICK WAS VAIN Aa American skipper iin ihe Norfolk harbor last week dipped his flag to the Boer colors which floatedat the mt- he of the Daniak steamer Polar Star A British Captain who saw the compli ment reported it and a protest was sent to the State Department and it looked like international complications might result Vnt the State D P rtment declined to interfeYIg a iMrebaitt marine nan has the rIhttodlp his colors to any thing he wants ISIQ iPATt E- KdAtWe11 rt riud were fartilauwl plenty of amuMowot oue Wa cziise fUpt thice4s et fiwt UuIb ib Wa I his frieft ml as the game progr IIagreed that the loser waa arotfad the block t imtt resulted Iii A BWf the score standing I After the fina cli block tke winner presented beautiful straw hat ott i BUSY Many Vj rts United bur Mt Five- S Miss NeiHi and Mr Edward Callahan wei marriage at high noon Wcdn Louis Bertrands church Rev Pia performing the cerenlpny irfj1 ride is a popular young lady ofvWiS ltk street and is a sister ofexCowiiS4s McKlHott The groom is a v ilimember of the police departnM tec the ceremony the young couple left jfor a bridal trip to Cincinnati f I1 The mdrrlrfge 2 Xw Mayme Schulten and William RetttttWf solemnized with qtiptial ninb t ntkonys church Tuesday thOrut drcds witnessing the ceremony lJtma Best was the maid of honor iAlexis Schulten brother of tbeISlKtde officiated as best maui Aft nhIiant reception and wedding foofchttK at the home of the brides parejSjilie newly wedded pair left for an exbed Eastern bridal trip The marriage of Scer David J Scan Ian and Miss Katie JMurray took place at Holy Cross churcH last Wednesday Rev Father CunningKim performing the ceremony The antJjSfncemcnt came all a pleasing surprise t pmany friends of the contracting parties who are both wellknown and papular in society circles The bride jlithe daughter of Mr Richard Parklandand has long been aurraY1t her many fine qualities B many friends are warmly g him upon his good fortune lThere was a 1tog1 gathering of friends andrelatives tSt tloysius church Wednesday ihbrntngfi ritness the mar riage of Miss Nellie McGrath and Her performed bride is the daughter of Officer John Mc G band a sister ofjROger McGrath recogift1 Her husband Is one of the most popular employes of the Louisvflfi Packing rome pany They have the best wishes of a hJSt Vof friends i for tf happy journey through life The Church of the Immaculate Con ception was the scene of a pretty wed ding Tuesday morning the contracting parties being Miss Flora Deuser and Joseph Demutb The bride is a great favorite in society and musical circles The choir rendered a specially arranged musical programme in honor of MissI Deuser who has long been one itsI soloists The groothisbne of the bknown young GermanAmericans hi Louisville After Father Westerman haLl performed the ceremony they were showered with congratulations from the large assemblage of friends and relatives Among the happy marriages during the last few days which were greeted with rejocing was that of Miss Othella Kiel and Robert L OBryau which was solemonized Monday at high noon at Holy Cross church Rev Father Cun ningham officiating The bride who was attired in a handsome traveling suit is the1 accomplished daughter of Mr G Kiel the NeW Albany wholesale tobaccO- nist Mr OBryan is popolat and well known Main street merchant Imme diately after the ceretaohy the couple tripUponto their friends at 447 Wet Chestnut street A pretty wedding at HolyCross church was that sokajswadOS Thursday of last week the eontfactteg parties being Miss Barbara Esehrkk awl William P A Cunningham brother otke pastor of the church wW tied tke itfaptial knot The bride ii a wellZbneW and much esteemed young Wiy of the Weat End accomplished and Uyewho has always shown great InUraat fa church work Mr C1DjhaJ Is foreman of one of the deprtm ali al tte National TobaccoCOilipiat at IMgatMtith and keepiug Twehtyal ii K0itpfr1en3at- he XeutnAr Man AiMHwii tenders its prosperousfuture The m m p pit iftt Jeolin Hecht and Edwwtf MttgeuN 4einEiz d with nuptial i nt th Dmiiinicaa church WiJueanai mbrnil b Bay Father Loau oMt The eiict1ng par tfes hvtI1MIiiabavi g always rwUUd 1 Umviek Tlw acre WOn wi wttwwajed by knM number of fritoat yfn o ba NbeIflg preiitit MliO Kaudft Pl7trB4 wetlli Cortwalt Li tf brttWMMlt ld- litHlA1 8chl kUrM4Vi Heed t flower gfclfc xb Wlkiliittj AWl psti4loyeii a d w b eM upcedtocthelui1- WbiW t itt mOrGovernor FRANKFORT From a Political Standpoint All- Is Quiet and Soldiers Are Leaving Lambert Ydiing Council has Started tH Eat for NOW Members Race For Congress Is Between South Trimblo and John R Allen BBGKHAH SOLDIERS ATTEND CHURCH Special letter to the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT April 26The Easter Sunday services at the Church of the Good Shepherd in this city included an unusually excellent programme rendered under the direction of Prof Wayland Graham The choir at this church is consideredone of the best in the diocese and although several members were prevented from singing the programme was finely executedat nil the services The annual collection was taken up and was exceedingly handsome A unique feature of the morning service was the attend ance of the Lexington Beckham Guards Capt Longmire commanding in a body Private Frazier a member of the company took part in the musical pro gramme Lambert Young Council has started a boom for new members that bids fair to greatly increase the membership before June 1 Several applications have been received and accepted and a number yet remain to be dcted upon Quite a number of excellent young men qualified to become members are yet to be requested to join This council has commodious and handsome quarters embracing meeting ball dancing hall and parlors fitted up for the pleasure and amusement of its members that prove quite inviting to the average Catholic young man none of whom can make a mistake in joining this progressive order Prom a political point of view nil is now quiet in thecapital cy ThcJrTibl eifStJ 1liuvilra spireaur the past few months now seem like a hor rible nightmare andwere it not for the fact that he whose worth was only truly recognized after he died from an assas sins bullet William Goebel our mar tyred Governor will be seen no more by those who revered and loved him in life as well as those who so foully maligned him because he was the champion of the common people there might be cause for congratulation that bloodshed was averted Gradually but slowly Taylor Iis now withdrawing his troops from State- House square and next Monday when the Supreme Court decides that it has no jurisdiction to interfere very few soldiers will remain to guard the Galling gun now occupying place in the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction It is not believed that any further trouble will occur James L Cushing of Louisville spent last Sunday with friends in this city The Beckham Guards Capt Longmire commanding gave an exhibition drill at Cave Spring Park ner tile city Sunday afternoon Quite a number of people went out on the electric cars to witness the drill Corporal Lutkemier of the Goebel Guards this city was initiated into the Young Mens Institute llast week Col John Dolan took the first degree in the Young Mens Institute Tuesday night The last reports stated Jack was betterSpeaker South Trimble of Franklin county is making an active canvass for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Seventh district There are several aspirants but the man Speaker Trimble has to beat is Col John Allen of Fay ette county It is not thought here that Congressman June Gayle will be a candidate as he entered into an agree ment last week not to run Col Ira Julian of this city is now out of the race County President John T Hogan has called a special meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians for Sunday morning April 29 for the consideration of important bnsineM DM SPEAKS THE GAELIC Rev J McLaughlin of Holy Cross church Nelson county is stationed at the Cathedral for the time being for the purpOMof recruiting his health A good priest and cordial gentlemin1he iis a tiRe scholar wen verwjd in Irish literature which tongue faSaf ks beautifully He would bea desirable acquisition to the Cathedral parish flit friends hope for a speedy restoration health that he may sooner be ableto work abnV tticnir S B TCItfLD DEAD The death oil SaturdayI irfoitiifetf April 21 ot little Janti the twoyearaad eigbtmbatha old iou of Mr arid Mrs Jamee Wolf Was a cnMhtag bloW fo the- pstentaof ah tin mtatlly bright and sweat child TtoeTtttfe MlOw hd alwyflbe n In rood health aWl aplrka1 and iietdearftd by bU brijrlrt and winning way W not otil ba iatyt bufa1aicI dh Med H biy and it Whoped that bra natuxaflygood con e stitution would enable him to recover but evideptly it was not to be and his I angel soul winged its flight to a better home than anylhat the world could af ford Beauty lay in those dark eyes curling locks and sweet surprise In all thy baby gestures too the sweetness of A heavenly dew Sweet lily bloom of Eastertime trans planted here from heavens clinic Israfil was grieved to see so sweet a bud on earth to be So gently came and carried hence this lily bloom of innocence GOOD WORK DONE Tho Bazar For St Bridgets Church Will Furnish Much Pleasure The bazar for St Bridgets church which will open next Tuesday evening aWl continue for ten nights is already an assured success The committees having in charge the arrangements have completed their work in a most satisfactory manner and each evening there will be attractions of a pleasing character The bazar will be held in the school hall on Hepburn avenue The booths which will present a handsome appear ance will be presided over by a number of the most lovely and popular maids and matrons in the East End and those who have been their guests on former occasions will be glad ot this opportunity to pay them another visit Rev Father Connelly the popular pas tor has been doing great good in that localityand the bazar is given to assist him in his noble work His friends front all over the city will contribute liberally and help well the attendance and re ceipts Streetcars run to the hall and transfers can be had to all sections which will enable those living in the extrem- esuthern and Western parts of the city to enjoy a pleasant ride The officers of the bazar are as follows OhllgschlagerTreasurerJohn SecretaryHenry M Doll Chairman of Printing Committee Jos A Hoerter Chairman of Entertainment Committee James Burke- Refreshments will be served at mod erate prices and many handsome prizes andarticles of various kinds disposed of each evening Besides the foregoing novel and interestiug features will be provided for the entertainment of young and o1peopie i a BUSINESS MEETING Unusually Large Attendance at Hibernian Hall Tuesday Night There was an unusually large number of members and visitors present at the meeting of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Tuesday evening President Keenan presided and the busi ness transacted was of more than ordinary interest The application of one of our leading citizens was received and special preparations are being made for his initiation on Tuesday evening May 1 One other proposition for membership was re ferred James Barry the popular Chairman of the Standing Committee was present for the first time since his recent illness and the members united in gfving him a hearty welcome Thomas Dolan on behalf of the Ladles Auxiliary presented the invitations to their complimentary euchre and social next Monday night at Hibernian Hall which were received Division 1 will be well represented The Relief Committee reported Officer Tom Fitzgibbona and Messrs Patrick Quinn and William Kinney too ill to follow their usual occupations but predicted their speedy recovery There were visitors present from several of the other divisions among them Harry Brady winner of the Boston prize and John Grogan exSecretary of the County Board President Keenan expressed pleasure over tlpresence of Dr John Keaney the division physician and Messrs John Kenny and Mikes Tynan the wellknown Deputy City Court Bailiff each of whom were called upon for brief talks The session was a very interesting one but will not approach in importance the first one of next month which all should attend e p SUPREME DEPUTY PRESIDENT The Executive Committee of the Benevolent Order of Mizpah baa con ferred upon Gus Kane the degree of Supreme Deputy President an honor worthily bestowed which gives satisfac tion to the entire membership in the three Pall cities For years he has been prominent in fraternal societies and is a charter member of Kentucky Lodge of that order His duties will consist of instituting new lodges and reviving interest in the older ones S FATHER WALSHS VACATION Last Sunday Rev Father Patrick Walsh the beloved pastor of Sacred Heart church announced that this year he would take his first vacation since assuming charge of that congregation For tibia years be bat labored zealously and with successful reaults and his par ishioners rejoice that he Iit to Jake a needed teat Father Walsh will leave for Roue in June Making the pilgrim igt and yWtfug Ireland and Euop n tIaltiCtSeptwLer That lte royajpe and safe re turn ia U5ICWII1I oTaH ho have ever mat hiss o tJ- I r BEST YET HELD Forthcoming Convention of An dent Order of Hiberniansi In Boston 4 The South the North the East and the West Will Bb Represented Over Forty Thousand Men Will March In the National Parade 4 INTERESTING PROGRAMME ARRANGED The forthcoming national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In Boston promises to eclipse any ever held for everything that an outlay of money can furnish had been arranged for tp make it a great success It is anticipated that there will be about 40000 uniformed men in the big parade many of Whom1 are coming front the South the West and Canada The arrangements in detail have been perfected for entertaining this vast number as well as the thousands of New England members and their wives and relatives who will make Boston their Mecca on May 8 to 11 prohibilingaway some of the crack Hibernian regi ments it is expected that there will be 40000 men in line on May 9 the day of the national parade In any case it will be the largest gathering of purely Irish Catholics ever witnessed in that or any other State The convention will opn at 12 oclock on Tuesday May 8 itf Faneuil hull and the headquarters will be located at the Quincy House All proposed amend ments to the constitution were to be in the hands of the Vice President at least ten days before the convention The national Directors will meet three days previous to the convention to act on all amendments to the constitution which may DC offered The delegates will at tend mass in a body Tuesday morning at Holy Cross Cathedral They will be yekomed by Mayor Hart and go into bushThcIock On Wednesday morning there business session and in the afternoon the parade which will be reviewed by Gov Crane and Mayor Hart The delegates will witness the parade from a grand stand which will be erected on one of the principal squares In the evening they will be tendered a complimentary ban quet in Mechanics Hall following a con cert under the direction of William LuLl wig There will also be addresses by able speakers On Thursday a business session will be held in the morning In the afternoon the delegates will take a sail down Boston harbor A business session will also be held in the evening Friday morning will be devoted to busi ness and in the afternoon a trolly ride through the subway and to the principal points of interest in the city will be taken There will be n business session in the evening In the parade the Hibernians of uffblk county under the command of County President Cronin will have right of line This corps will comprise three brigades to be led respectively by County Vice President Col Charles McCarthy Pint brigade County Secretary Daniel ODonv ovan Second brigade and Gounty Tress urer John Dolan Third brigade The Hon E J Slattery State President will be Chief Marshal on the occasion and the Presidents of the different counties throughout the State will command their respective corps- Circulars have been issued giving full particulars as to railroad rates routes and positions in the parade As stated in a previous issue Kentucky will be well represented at this convention and as the time approaches the number will be largely augmented runny wishing to accompany the Hibernian Knights and State officers s MICHAEL J LAWLER Will BOAwardodSovorai Rail road Contracts In Indiana Capt Michael J Lawler for several years a vyellknown contractor for cjty work returned Thursday from Indiaswhere he has been for several month constructing bridges for the B Sc O S W Railway Company Capt Lawler still has several contracts wen under way IYrHisIYr andpaaeupon the many improvements contemplated during the presentylar Many new bridges are to be built which will require much stone work and an surancea have been given that fflslo the largest contracts will be giyp Con tractor Lawler This will begratfvtn news to hia wide circle of friends in this city sad his former employe with wlwm 1M 1la aesevdly popular and he ucthe1upfOf tDuring hM May here many hare called to coogratalaUt Cap Lamer upon his tirifht praapecla for tin ftttmre Hewill ntnain brr t1lll1f 3 t 1 wTI A KENTUCKY IRISH flMEBGflN II Oevoted to the Moral and Social AdvaMcemeMt of all risk AwcrlcaMS vvxXxXAl MHXGGXNS PubU laor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C i Snterod at the Louisville Postoftlce as SecondClass Matter Aldlers ell Covauulcitlont to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN+ 326 West Green Street x00ISVIEIR Ky SATURDAY ARIL 28 1900 MORE LIGHT The Gas Company is at its old tricks turning off the electric lights about a half hour too carly t in the morning Where is the Electric Light Inspector Will the Council have to pet after the Gas Company again as it did about two years ago when Aldermai Knecht made them turn on the lights as per contract The city certainly pays enough to have light till dawn instead of having the streets as dark as Erebus just before day ENGLANDS REVERSES The reverses in battle are not the worst evil to the English from the Boer war but trade is stagnant shops closing values of stock decreasing and money in a tigh fix at home l iUle has been said of this in the dispatches but for months Jlie rates of interest have been abnormally high a sure index of financial stringency and uncer tainty the withdrawals of gold have steadily exceeded the receipt of the Bank of England English men have been selling their stock and bond holdings in New York and now New York banks are ex pecting soon to export gold to England to supply the deficiency All of which indicates that affair at home are on the verge of passiu into a condition that successes in South Africa will hardly revive In the meantime the other nation of the world are hustling for tradi re nit are Dusy showing increasing industrial activity and exports even selling to England at advancing prices while they en deavor to encroach on her preserve and take from her all the trad possible and preempt all territory not yet acquired This may ac count for the disinclination of all governments to interfere and stop the Boer war It is benefiting them EUROPE LAUGHED AT US V Europe and especially England have been enjoying a laugh at the audacity and selfassurance of the United States threatening to sever relations with Turkey and to en force the payment of 100000 in deuinity for missionary property destroyed by mobs in 1894 and tto rebuild and protect the missions 1 I Since 1894 the United States Government has persisted in all efforts i known to diplomacy just as all other governments have to induce the Sultan to comply with its demands but only succeeded in ob taining promises Mr Straus the present United States Minister tc Turkey however tired of reiterat ed and unfulfilled promises and after exhausting the arts and courtesies of diplomacy ttalked tc the Sultan ina straight American way to the effect that promises i were good enough but the cash andTcbuilding the missions waswhat was wanted and must be forthcom nThis of coursedisturbed the pleAsantrelations between the Sul tan and MrN Straus and the latter packed u his grip returned home and laid the matter before the State Department Secretary Hay sent a polite but eniphatic telegram toI the Sultan demanding compliance with tile promise or the United States would sever diplomatic relay dope with Turkey give theTurkish Minister his passport and take tep to enforces coitecjiprt of dam alf1 And here is what reusedfa1 Europe to laugh Rw n Any yerst- he I European goswrpmente live had claims gaio t Turkey and aought in everfliy to fettle Uwimr 0- a a by diplomacy threats and evetl sending their fleetsbut the Sick Man has been apparently indifferent ignored all and has not pair His position is said to be impreg nable against fleets inaccessible 1 to armies and he has nothing to be levied upon that would not cost more than it is worth to seize Did the United States expect to do more than all the European governments To succeed where they have all failed To arouse the Sultan whe all other governments most of them more powerful and nearer tto Turkey hind given it up in disgust The United States would certainly find that their threats would not disturb the serenity of the Sultan who cared nothing about them and as to attempting by force to settle the matter why the Sultan woul simply test quiefly behind his forti fled harbors channels and Impassable frontiers and admire the American fleet as he had often done those of other nations until they got tired of waiting and retired leaving him unmolested and his promises still unfulfilled But the United States was not discouraged by the laugh nor deterred in the least in its purpose by the unsuccessful experience of othe governments The fact that none I else had ever succeeded iin doing a thing has no influence ove the American when lie sets abou to do it He goes at it anyhow and usually succeeds if not in tbe way Others proceeded then in ia- way peculiarly his own This ii- uhe js whole American histgryan what stamps the American as re markable and distinctive that they undertake what others have not dared or have failed in am succeed Their government itsel is abnormal to all the principles of successful and permanent government as attested by the European standard was laughed at its early and disastrous fall predicted our way of conducting government business war everything is contrary to European ideas and in deed impossible if not sure of dis aster in any other country among any other people But the Ameri cans have not only succeeded iu those things in their own way ii 1 defiance of fixed principles the solemn warnings and derision of European sfatesmens financiers and1 military critics but the United1 States is coming to be recognized1 as a leading power in strength wealth education commerce while in industrial and agricultural pro ducts and possibilities we lead then all He laughs best who laughs last is as true in national as it1 individual matters and the Unitedi States thus far had the last laugh to the surprise and sometimes discom fiture of her rivals and critics England above all should fully realize this asshe more then1 others has expetiiiTced that the United States can do and has done what nOJoneelsecan dud f all others dave failed to do even in war The United States when far weaker and under far more unfavorable Circumstances has whipped Eng land twice jf Xmas steadily Surpassed her in manufactures arts science products commerce diplomacy md will soon pass her inWFalth land financial influence in the worlds narkets In the AmericanSpan ish wr the Uuijted States with onlyanucleus of an arinVandan ufant nayy enlisted clothed ruledequippedand drilled 200000 men and had theirs at the sent of warh Culiii and the far off Phil ipPiju Je than ninety jaYe aad i itdd lava wpplemeqted them it1 tinotbrt wty days Unu and In less than a year after war was declared had destroyed the Spanish fleet defeated the Sparifs armies and closed the war victor iously which England with the advantage of the largest fleet ii in the world a standing army of 500000 fully equipped and dis ciplined men has failed in doing with the Boers a far weaker power in every sense than Spain And in the little affair with Turkey it seems the result will 1be sinlilarthat the United State wilt do what no other power has been able to doinduce the Sultan to fully comply with his promises He has already consented to Uere establishing and reltuldi7sof tbe American missions issuing an irad to that effect ordering and guarati teeing their fullest protection and agrees to enter upon direct aud effective negotiations for the settle ment of the iooodo claim for damages as soon as the preliminaries can be arranged by the Turkish and American governmeiitS hhi no European government has eve been able to induce the Sick Man to do that much Eleemoysinary institutions iin Indiana are run strictly to the letter of the law making no allowance for humanity to say nothing of charity Recently we published an account ota negro convict aving completed his time in the penitet tiary being turned out sick home less and friendless refused admit tance to the hospital iu Jeffersot vine because he Was a negro the hospital being only for whites and but for the Sisters of Mercy taking him in he would have died on the streets This week a baby was left on a doorstep iu Borden aud taken to the county asylums at Net Albany but wasrefused adtnittanc because it was not proven that the Iwaif belonged in Floyd county Austin Poet Laureate of England has written an essay on poetici nations in which he asserts tha the Irish are distinctively nota poetic race His view may not bass r r generallyliccepfed as time opinion even in England that the Poe Laureate is not a poet and there fore not a competent judge At any rate his view of the matte will not worry the Irish nor cause them to venerate the odes and verse of their poets any the lessor time Poet Laureates effusions the more Senator Harrel who posed as the great and holy and sought to brand Col John H Whallen astn felon for bribing him announce his disgust of Kentucky and thal he will go to Texas He has not yet resigned but he may waive 1that formality and jump his job Nobody seems to care THOMAS U STANTON i 1Sudden Death From Heart Failure Early 1Wednesday Morning The sudden and unexpected death of Thomas U Stanton which occurred las Wednesday morning caused inexpressi ble grief to his many friends and rela lives who had seen him only a few day before in apparently good health Two days before the sad occurrence he complained of feeling unwell but his condi tion was not thought to be in anyway serious Only Tuesday evening he gave a friend the assurance that he would be out as usual the next day Dunne the night he felt somewhat worse and toward morning was seized with a weakening spell His wife cameo his rescue and despite all her efforts h died tuber arms before further assistance could reach his bedside Mr Stanton resided on Portland ave nue near Seventeenth and since boy- S mod had been a resMent of the West mud where he was well known and highly respected lie leaves a wife and its mother Mrs Ann Stanton beside three sisters and three brothers Messrs olio Charles and Tames Stanton His funeral took place from St Pat ricks church Thursday afternoon many sorrowing friends and relatives attending the solemn services which were con lucked by Monsignor Gambon The be caved wife and relatives have the sym patby of the community MACKIN COUNCIL WINNER Tae exciting votigg couteet between the societies connected with St Cecilia hutch closed Thursday evening Mackln ouncil heing voted tbe more popular society in tier West ROOt The Vonug aadiea Soda1ltYXAy the wen a hard race and 1ut for the gr at political work iClwrlw Reidy Kobctt LM Filter and larry So 4e thy wpuW have been vic Miouf The guar tll close tonight I1aia will bebr hidvagnat nniu Sr of Taluablc article taw to be dta oed of for whatwcT ttitJ7bril +Hf 1 rTl + + ttUJ + In f+ + + I It tH + + J l t J g ORrAltIIJ- c r K L J 4 f01tII Corporal William L Higgins Company B Niiiiit I tr Yul f l dearestrzfervid worshipers are tthineyI i xrrtj p MX How inanx jj sfyli o 13o min mothers plaintive vbfce tnouhearest ft j fcioftI Rising in supplication at thy shrine t U- f fV v bike thesadnight wind oer the waters stealing vi tjtwftbaXcry of anguish greets thee oer and oer HiUrGvetiack iny dead in vain the fond appealing i v M The loved t the lost return alas no mor Y j Jtli 5 The sobs of desolation never falter i i t echo on tkFPlS1 ai tllS weary years yfZVdAndoblt11e pathway leading to thy altar Is consecrated by a mothers tears J j lysiurels arc thine and gold with blood for leaven f Ii J And glorlous banners streaming high above U Uujt far more priceless in the sight of heavent The tears which memory sheds or those we llove You called to arms alas brave boy he heard jttj w How wet It seemed for thee to die or live- Ifis heart was young and dreams heroic stirred it I IAnd so he took the sword t was thine to givecc And while the ingrate and the trembling coward + i 11 1 Slimlauk back unstirred by that appeal from thee iJo V ibis sstripling answered to the shout of Forward T For Goii for native fand and liberty II 3 Gli wearydays spent waiting for a letter Traced by the homesick soldier in his tenttt I Oh nights when hearts no slumberous spell could fetter Vcnt following gladly where their idol wentI i Oh Chappy nights top swift alas to number I t 0bh radiant dreams front which too soon we woke jt Seii1gour idol in some blessed slumber c To find twas but a dream when morning broke b I Now though we mourn him one thought shines in beauty L Iven asa star breaks through the gathering storm Idleda hero consecrate to dutyj Nor shamed thank God his soldiers uniform Abpye his grave the blue of heaven is bending I The mornings brighten and the suusets flame 1 While from our lips the prayers that are ascending f Onangel wings breathe but his cherished name vtV In memory still unto our hearts ve fold him s lIiii memory still we hear each once loved tone Recall his farewellkiss and fondly hold him Our cherished son our darling and our own And by his grave we see in some blest vision i In that far land that slumbers by the shore Some angel guardian from a clime elysian l keeping his ftarry vigils evermore v 1 Sleep well dear boy while the swift years are flying v And ah we cry to you who pass that way Tread softly where our hero son is lying reaming of heaven until the reveille When with the flag in which they have enwrapped him His face far brighter than the joyous sun He shajl draw nigh to listen the Great Captain oGivewe1come to him with the words Well done April 1900 ELVIRA SVDNOR MIIUJR +t+ +U+++ u + + ++++++t+t ++++ t t + t t t t t + r i i essasassssesesr Miss Susie Brooks entertained Wedne I day in honor of Miss Krebs Miss Alice Young has gone to Indian apolis the guest of Miss Laura Huey Miss Mattie Belle Bryan of Covington is in the city theguest of Miss Kathryi Cox v f Miss Eliza Caldwell of Danville has arrived hereon a visit to Miss Matale Woolfolk 7rf Miss Sadie Cecil of Danville was here this week visiting her sister Mrs Len McHenryY Mrs John Colenian has returned from Midway where she was the guest of Mrs f D J McGann y Dan OSullivau the wellknown newspaper man left this weak for a tendays visit in New York J + Mrs Josephinel Riley of New Albany is visiting her brother capt John Coleman of Vincennes t MisS Ardle Hunter vliqv spent a weed with friends here has returned to her home in Taylorsvillc JMiss Carrie Calloway is home from Eminence where she visited her grandfather George Moore Miss Fronds Barr of IIopkinsville has returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives jet this city Miss Mary Carter Returned this wee from Bowling Green after a delightful visit with the Missisi Vogel 0Mr and Mrs EugemWalsh of 2107 Duncan street are rejoicfng oyer the ad dition of a handsoiH bpy totheir family circleMiss Anna ODopael1 illXemain with her relative hcM iiiiif May 6 when she will leave for Jdl putts to resume her studies Mrs Dennis Nehn has returned from the South Her frkuds are glad that her health has greatly Reproved during her absence Miss Mary CiMwAIb nyr left Thursday flMriMo t ta CWk where she witloo MvcMU wreki visiting relattvHf + ierr t 4 Miss Ada Ry uirj xhahaaben spendd lug the wtttter I frlr Calisas will returxtolwrioeu Ia Jflroyville- next wek 1 HM KINptr1 Jsi raturhed from Laac inglon whore tiwit the 6ri4ew lat the smittl= attIirJakt writ okutniaed Tfaundcy put Htrtruttibm cteW n d toe pod bibu iialrabaviugw- rltl i =s vras ltell dad iicatBd to hi friends t l- jn Misses Lizzie and Marcella OConno were last week the charming guests of Miss Mary Thompson at New Haven where they have become social favorites Edward Daly a wellknown employ of the L N railroad was taken to the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital las Wednesday where he now lies danger ously ill The progressive euchre party of thc Ladies Auxiliary of the Leo Club at Music Hall last Wednesday afternoon and evening was a social and financia success James Burns declares that the Itttl fellow who arrived at his home ot Seventh street last week is the fines youngster in Limerick His friends in- dorse the statement Mrs Fred J Miller an aged and highly esteemed lady residing at 1022 West Madison street has been confined to her home for the past week suffering from an attack of rheumatism Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery Miss Elizabeth Collins and Clarence Livingstone wellknown and popular residents of New Albany were married at Holy Trinity chunch Wednesday morn ing Rev Father Kelly officiating There was a large gathering of friends of the contracting parties to witness the cere mony Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Mary Glick and Howard Smith the wellknown Market street tailor which will take place next week The brideelect is a charming young lady of the West End Both parties move in the best society circles and their hosts of friends will read with pleasure this an nouncemeut Miss Catherine Daunetihold and Edl ward Ruter were united in marriage Wednesday morning Rev Father Raffo tying the nuptial knot After the cere mony the happy pair were tendered re ception at 25211 St Xavier street Both are well known and popular in West Eud social circles They were the recipients- of many congratulatory messages Mr and Mrs V Wellington were pleasantly surprised at their home Sev enteenth and Walnut streets last Friday night by a number of their friends who called to tender congratulations upon their second wedding anniversary The veninfwas devoted to song and story Irs Wellington serving an elegant luncheon and those present had a de- lI btrul time Misses JJridgie and Maggie Haurahan entertained the Carnation Club with a euchre last Tuesday evening at their esideuce 723 West St Catherine street hose present were Misses Annie Brett nan Lavinia Sheeky Alice Shceky Minnie Lyile Eva SpedU Mollle Muldoon lid Josle McCoraiick Mea James ficCormick George Simpson Tom Mul loon Willie G unon Tow Barry John Trey Win Treiinor Sum Alvin Mike llern y JdUL andUrj BeMWl 1IIbis be4jwon the adiw rhe sth Woe h ffrattail aiplgrjdtheC I tI Ji n tnm1ntmnnts mnfmmmtnmmnmmn RAFFOSi v = Nothing sold but wwI guaranteed goods w iiiiuciiiiiiiiiciu Absolutely the Best Furniture 11and Carpets in Louisville A store where quality is of first conideratoupp- lace where you are treated right and money hank =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always consistent S with the goodness of the goods New lines 3 of hlgh grade articles constantly in stock You will C2 like to trade here pUCe you 1 have tried iL 2H- aullitpr and Moving Attended To 2nn nnn n 321 iwiwiumii Tr J mf CREAMf M FACTORYf l f 1 n OSJO 3E igl Finest Vanilla and Lemon Sherbets all kinds per Brick and Euchre Cream Capacity 1500 gallons far as Fine Cakes made daily Special and everyday orders M 2144GO l I Or P- oBRE TELEPHONE 452 rOUIsv DANIEL DOUGHERTY DoiiQH6rty iiiiiliiliiliiiiiliiiiililliiitiiiilLWalsh 122 West Market ll13LIPEIOI Street I Galls Promptly LJl riages Furnished Telephone CREAM JOHN 14001404 F r wr i i 125 FIRST AND OF t April 29 Via I Leaves 7tuStreet Returning Leaves 2sj22 5 i gentlemens prize After the euchr Jas McCormick entertained the com pany by singing several of his latest songs A great number of friends were assembled in the Cathedral Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock to witness the marriage bf Miss Amelia Montedonico and Mr Nold The chancel and altar were brilliantly lighted and decorated with beautiful palms and magnolias The wedding march was by Prot Charles Weiss the organist of St Louis Bertraudi church being the uncle of the groom Millards Ave Verum was sung superbly byMr Philip Stark of St Louis Ber trauds choir The maid of honor Mis Nold a beautiful young lady attired in at exquisite pink gown carrying a bouquet of jacqueinuot roses preceded the bride who entered on the arm of tier father1 Mr Anthony Montedonico Rev Father Weiss cousin of the groom assisted by- Re father Scbuhmann tied the nuptial knot During the solumn ceremony the soft strains of the bridal song Call Me Thine Own floated to the ears of the happy never so handspaie as then The bride was attired Ida gor geous creation of white satin and lace arid carried a bpuqUet of sweet peas Mr and Mrs Nbfd have the congratulations of an inimeusc circle Qf friends in the Kentucky Irjsh American most heartily jolBsI1 At the Cower de Alene investigation Monday hope Were expressed that the inquiry would be brought to a close next week it KM noW froeeedaj about two tuimtlu and the mltlfaryaat tonltia have harp pisod IttrnalbecbNtbttL 1 WEST H MAIKI3T STREET 1 ==North Side 1 1 =BPTWEBN N THIRD AND FOURTH 1 3 89t B k played couple syMcii IIWalshFOURTH AYE Examine Complete Li- neSpring L Suitings Ma MURPHYI DEAWJR IN GR0gERIES PRODUCE tMEATS Wine Liquors Peed HT ud 6rafa- lN JS Car Seventeenth and Portland ire THOSe FLYNNDn- AL R Ir MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONUMENTS 172325 W Mal Stj LoilsiflMr JliilSatisfaclion warranted ODORLESS VAULT GLEANIIIBr- JO1I71Z IcAI23x X V TeUphoaes 10071830 J DRY WU WOOING OtriM ky Mil will I rwyw ya N Ia iI ir- F F 74 jHE KENTUCKY 2IRISHr v 1 4 MERICAN Has celebrated its anniversary entering jS f upon itsJourtlr Volume The promises made is rtoits readers and friends in the firstissueJ have been faithfully observed and itscircu latiou has enjoyed a steady growth TShis should be increased in the future until it is tf t read in the home of every IrishAiriefican hi Kcntuckyandadjoining States The Ken K tucky Irish American for the cpmingjyejir will make features Of rrr vit t ai IrishI NewfsI ilBlDI Church News c 1 J4 lit Society News t f 1 1sl81 Horne r lews trct t1A Jji Labor News ttir 1 J 4ilfr SportingNewsIt fit Journal vljichis printed and mailed on Fridays so that its fl 7 city readers may take advantage 9ff the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday f purchasesI This will result in greatttbeuefifto oufV advertisers who slioudfeirlember t the fact ii that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades t 1 Unions of Louisville IJ i 4 i TUB SDMtion Price t p IS ONLY 1yInvariably in advance and for this small sum v we promieo continue to issuckone of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irisli American newspapers in the United States We will y I endeavor T to furnish our readers a fearless i tl liberal and1lonestPiblieattonone that maybe reliedupon for itsevery word ki SUBSCRIBE NOW w yorr Jjz z z 8 Advertisers Will serve their interests best bysending in ttheir copy as early in the weekas possible tf i They will find that advertisements jpjace4 iu this paper will be productive of the best 1 results as itiiow has a very lagira circulation among the best class of our citizens f r r t + jIQ tj 6 r t Address alV Correspondenceand Business Jitrt 1 Lt H lcations to ottcJ l i t qi I 4KIuGKY j 1IRIH1 lM i MER1AN a 32UII GRtN8IRlfl M I IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth tttes day Evenings of Bach Mouth PresidentThomas Keenan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Pefranda Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasnrerJohnMulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President ThomasCamfield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers streeti TreasurerOwen Keiren DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Mouth PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JfohnCavanaugh Financial SecretaryNoJ Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISIONo d Meets on the Second and Pouts Wednes day BycningBljf Each Mouth President John II Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch liccordiugj rJJohnJ Grpgan Iinancial Secretary George Flahiff 420 East Treasurer y IiarryBradDIVISION 0 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Frank Cunningham Vice President John E Yenner- RecojdlngSecretary L J Mackey Financial Secretary J J Curran 010 Thirtcenthstrcet Treasurer il J McCarthy 1 DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall PresidentDIn Walsh Vice Pr sldentJohnWinn Recording Secretary John P Flynn Financial Secretary James OHara Treasurer John McBarro- nIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall1 First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCharles P Feeney First Vice President Thos D Claire Second Vice PresidentrMW Murphy Recording Secretary William Lawler Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas W Tarpey SergeantJohn Kenne- ySentinelTimothy Lyons JOCKEY CLUB RACES Tuesday Will Sec the Classic Derby Run and Fifteen Day Meeting Inaugurated From present indications the coming meeting of tie Louisville Jockey ClubI will eclipse alt its predecessors at Church ill Downs both as to quality of racing and the number in attendance Already large contingents have arrived from Eastern and Western cities and the classic Derby to be run Tuesday promisesI to have a fine field Secretary Charles F Price who has just returned from California will be the presiding judge during the meeting His selection gives general satisfactlqn ands a guarantee that the interest of tie bettors will be protected Judge Price is a worthy successor of the late Mr Lewis Clark JEFFERSON VILLE St Augustines Bazar Was a Great Financiall t Success The baiar for St Augustines churc- in Jeffersonville was a great financial success and all who took part are elated bver the result The ladles and gentle men in charge left nothing undone for the pleasure of their patrons The fair was brought to a clbs6 Saturday night the crowd present beiiig the largest eve seen in Spieths Hall rather OConnell contemplates many improvements about the church and will have the hearty cooperation of all his parishioners William Rellly President of the Hi berniaus left Thursday for Indianapolis as delegate to the State convention of the Royal Arcanum Division 1 of the Ancient Order of III bernians meets next Tuesday evening This will be largely attended as all are desirous of giving State Treasurer Barney Coll a rousing farewell before his de parture for the national convention iin Boston Secretary John Cavanaugh rep resenting this paper and others from Louisville are also expected The many friends of Mr Augustus I Duble will be glad to learn that he hasI i t prtractedillnesso i tion at the Government depot next week BIG GOVERNMENT JOB Joe Coyne Building Lock and Dam Near Tuscaloosa Alabama t ni j Joe Coyne the well known contractor who has been visiting liere returns nexti weeks io Alabamai where he hItS the big Gbveramefit contract of bun Wa lock and dam on thi lack WarrioHriver aboutriinel ftiles fronnTnscloosa The Work gill lot be completed for at least two years arid requires a large force ofrr weJiMn Coyne has Iliid long experience in1 wasaWArdi41ihcontracte I CMnpMcd the job witfi be oneof tin navMtjplpRY tueati eft tht rivet tbuetlctalhe tlI section f I I a Q n 40i1 1 oat a1ttMli alclttN+ itMlt ktE1 GHAFF + e- M Mt M attMltsih MtMs1AI Mh 14 Md aMM The noted b Ufo ttst Herr SA Andree and his two companions are supposed to be in the neighborhood of Hudson bay It will be remembered that these three brave men started out three years agoI July 11 to read beNorth pole and that nothing definite has ever been heard of them The party carried with them over thirty trained carrier pigeons only one of which was ever seen afterward The brother of Mr Andree however is very confident that the party willi soon turn up all right i The oddest oil wells in the world are those on the coast of California Out in the sea is the oil being pumped from wells that have been drilled deep down through the water from 125 feet to twice that depth froth the surface There are nearly three hundred of these wells the output being about twentyfive barrels each making in all about 7500 barrels per day This is the most unique phase of oil industry In the world Nowhere else do we hear of oil wells being drilled and pumped out in be sea AThe latter part of this century lass wit nessed the tlse and tardy growth of the universal language Volopuk Many wHo find fault with Volapuk speak in glowing terms of Esperanto named after the nom de plume of its inventor Dr Zairienhof It b claimed that a general idea of grauiuiar and slight familiar ity of French Latin and German will enable anyone to master Esperanto in a few days Indeed Count Tolstoi says that he learned it in two hours A good Latin scholar for instance will find its vocabulary immediately intelligible Its root words are the simplest and most easily pronounced that can be selected AIt is feared that Edmond Rostaud the greatest French dramatist has gone the way of Guy de Maupassant Cyrano de Bergerac began thedestruction of the intellect which LAiglon has com pleted Gabriel dAnnunzio the most brilliant writer of Italy has been oil the verge of insanity ever since The Tri umph of Death made him famous There is no profession that can show such a tragic roll of great names Only to commence with Pascal or Tasso thence to Schopenhauer Heine Murger Poe Emerson Ruskin George du Maurler add close with Rostaud the question is aptly asked by A M Palmer Is fame so brutalthat the delicate mind of the artist withers under it Dr Karl Peters the noted explorer and archeologist has caused a sensation in England by the publication of his dis covery of King Solomons mines He declares that he located and visited the golden Ophir of King Solomon and King Hiram He has brought specimens of ore and soil fronithft land upon which Rider Haggard based his story of King Solomons Mines This coveted terri tory lies within the 1cartof the wilder ness and its capital is Missangive fifteen miles south of the Zambesi and its King is Macombe By appealing to the curi oslof King Macombe aided by great adroitness Mr Peters succeeded in doing what has not been done for ages viz Gained an entrance into Ophir The native name for the place is Fura This means mine the same as afur or ophir does It is expected that an en larged account of his exploration may shortly appear Vlit these dull times when work is hard to find and wages hayejgone so low that it Would take a telescope to discover their whereabouts there is yet one business that seems to pay and that is in the hands of women No one can dery that we make a success financially of some things and of this one in particular viz Fortune telling Any one who hadharoundlto the different clairvoyancies hero and he will Tie satisfied that this is the golden age of this class of humanity But d- an s ill wind that brings up good and the neat homes and comfortable surf mysticrrealm proves beyond doubt that shekels hard aplenty theiofcredulous Attention is called to the fact that the juice of raw beef iis artantidote to con sumption Beef when cooked loses some of its most nutritive qualities This has been fairly well tested of late byia party of experimentalists who fed welt cooked beef to animals suffering frond tubercu losis without any good results Raw meat was supplied to others previously innoculated with ter u of with marvelous effects The first set of patients who had been Jive cooked beef succumbed to Ihe dUsMe and died The second recovered as if by ttiagic The scientific nameofifceHw treatment i zomotherspy = aid is forwally approved by the French Academy of Sciences Its inventors are Dr 13erlcaitrt crud Dr Richet tWo eiMiueatFrench scientistsi who have devoted fifteen yrs to the study of tubercutoaiealoae t One of the Hwlts of our tBenevolent assimilatioe is the compW impoverish meat of the heretofore we thy Ports Ricons The v y NanlRittnftes rich port The its JIH leBN sugar and roEteeplantaliowti4r hepictlfruMaand abundant osfs ta wwitth flftw 4 tIto the island fsniaintirraptdth + ibt until unluctily forltiernoelreiiadputybaAf- us too they cnyt aciuutg Now thottg h they have stsiuary in tbdr beautiful gar dens whose actual worth foqt up into the thousands yet lute tbereoclunge but rare positively feeing 1ed bf ourOwerH meat on dsilf eTMr of CotigreM to etding ttw ttltrb qttslwll j i upiisUUieirE- RieonotOnlr rodd t forged flupoiof Porto tto We guir pteata l1 J tions but has brought them to desperate straits It must not be forgotten that the stupid delay lin settling the tariff fol lowed close on the heels of two other dis asters to the unfortunate sorrowing isl hiders viz the wdr ofr 1897 and the tor nado of J898 The many distressing reverses that have come to this once happy Spanish Creole race forcibly remind one of Edgar Allen Poes Caught from some unhappy master whom disaster fasteriof lux ury anelaccomplished clothed with costly raiment from the looms of France Spain atd Northern Africa adorned with jewels from the richest mines of Southern Africa now languish ing in the throes of poverty and being fed by charityl What next The display of exquisite parasols in shop windows on 1Fourth street brings to mind the important part that the parasol plays in the makeup of the average young woman What the fan is to the Spanish senora the parasol is to our fair American It is safe to say that there is more coquetry indulged in by the possessors of these handsome parasols than has ever been qr ever will be recounted Men despise a coquette but adore her coquetry Bright and merry glances shy and blushing glances angry flash lug glances sly and stolen glances front underneath the parasol who can count them More numerous than the rose leaves of June more gladsome to the heart than the song of birds or the music of the brook in the heat of summer its destruction Or elimination would mean immensurable sorrow to the dear Amer ican girl ANNIU Nnvra CUNNINGHAM FATHER BURNS Generous Donation of Plot of Ground For Erection of Building From present appearances the building which the Hiberuiaus of this city propose to erect is already assured says the Nashua N II cortespondent of the Manchester Union The Rev Michael Burns whose name was mentioned In these columns a few days ago as donating a plot of land on Marshall street for the use of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has followed his gift of land withanother of 5000 to go toward the erection of the new building The announcement of this latest gift was made last evening when a committee from the Hibernlaus called on Father Burns to thank him for his generosity in donating the land Father Burns in replying stated that the society could draw on him for 5000 and his check would be promptly forthcoming He also in formed the committee that he would take stock iu the new building and that his sister Miss Burns would furnish the ladles parlor He suggested that a firstclass upto date clock be erected and promised that the gifts he had already pledged would not be the last for the order The gifts of Father Burns are a memorial to his uncle the late Very Rev Father ODon nell In the near future a joint meeting of the two divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of this city will bs held and plans for the starting of the new building set on foot The Marshallstreet lot will be disposed of as soon as possible and the proceeds devoted to securing the building site It is the intention of the society to erect the structure within a few hundred rods of Masonic Temple and on one of the best locations that Nashua offers for such a purpose CATHOLIC KNIGHTS EUCHRE The euchre and reception given by the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America Thursday night at Music Hall was a decided social and financial success despite the many counter attractions of the past week The prizes were many and handsome and among the lucky winners were Mesdames L A Curran Sebastian Hub buch Kate Smith H W Eddleman W T Boden Misses Annie Scriven and Mattie ONeill Messrs Palmer Benedict Mike Reichert John Baron J B Schneii der Ben Johnston Gus Kane Joseph Maier and M J Riordan The consola tion prizes were captured by Miss Kate Roppelt and Nick Holleran Col Hot reran never claimed euchre honors but highly appreciates his prizes The ladies having charge of the affair were Misses Mary McGinn Theresa Hubbuch tula Fackler Lillie Holly Bertk Rapp Aline Troll Mamie Hillerich Mattie Strickler and Niemari They were a charming coterie and left nothing un whoats tended YOUR ELECTRIC PANS The warm weather will soon necessitate JCronensThird avenue whose card appears elsewhere has the finest trade in the city for electric fans having fitted out many of our leading business houses Those needing repairs should have his services as he is the best fan doctor in town IRON AND STEEL WORKERS James Jackson and Howard Stevenson will represent the two New Albany lodges at the national convention of the Amalgamated Association jot Iron and Steel Workers which convenes in Indianapolis pn Tuesday May 15 This is among the strongest labor organizations in the coup try The New York San has lost thepitrpii age of the leading advertiser and iits circulation has almost entirely dwindled away since its famine out with New York Typographical Union President Delaney and tM members of Big Sie will come oat victoriou I16d1iwveral days Ufowi aUrii upott his MBUwr campaign n DI Fancy Vests FREE I With Mens Suits at 15or over we are giving n fine fancy Vest Sec display in Market street window BEST VALUESof course in theI Suits The Vest an EXTRA inducement doesnt cost you n cent and you must have one if you want to be right upto date in dress Dont wait this offer is for a limited time ilfLEVYr BROSK I ITHIRD AND MARKET BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MATINEE APRIL 29 i Matinees Sunday Mondiy WeJneiday Satnrd Little Egypt AND HER OWN BIG Burlesque Company FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAMMEHLS Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavler LayTwelvehensIan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 333 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 161 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 MY SPECIALTY IS PINE WHISKY JIM MOORES PLACE 1621 Portland Avo i LAID TO REST The funeral of Lieut John B Gnlleher the second Louisville soldier to lose his life for his country in the Philippines took place Wednesday afternoon fromI Christ Church Cathedral and was one o f the most impressive ever witnessed iinI this city Two picked companies of vet erans of the old Legion preceded the cof fin in the church and the pallbearers were all officers of the old regiment and were dressed in full uniform The coffin was covered with an American flag The services were conducted by Rev Charles Craik and Rev M B Benton Before leaving Cave Hill cemetery a file of sot diets fired three volleys over the grave iin accordance with the usual military cus tom WHERE FATHER RYAN DIED Many of the veterans while in Louis ville will look up the place where Father ya1Jthe poet laureate of the Conled era y died It is the site now occupied by the new church of St Boni face on Green street near Jackson TILE SOUTHERN RAILWAY announces the following reduced rates during the month of May from stations in Kentucky Spring meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club Louisville Ky May 3 to 19 one and onethird fares for the round trip May 2 to 19 inclusive good to return until May 21 IQOd Special days one fare for tie round trip morning trains May 3 10 and l0 limited to two days from date of sale May musics festival Louisville KyJ May 14 to 10 one fare for the round trip May 1415 and morning trains May 10 limit tbra aformadoYi apply tefr nearest agent of the SoiitlierU Ira lociYorconnect uglinesr 1 ir WIIT brJjTAV1 Jl ASi5a tGeneral Passenger Agent Louisville Ky At a meeting of New Yotknio thp May py Committee acid that 114II- Eredeeeid labor organiMtkms ddparw daiwte hittie 1day Dr pi+rride Nie jibuld tnkeceAped S18 Tiwre Iserly 50000 persons iiltJ line aDd ttib bolo at nwia n o ELECTRIC FANS W J J a CRONENij 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND- MANUFACTURIN6 AGENT t LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a Specialty I Wiring of all Kinds Telephone 1863 MD Lawler t FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON N W Cor Nineteenth and Duacaa t Fine Lunch and Music Saturday NIght JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OP IM LAWLERS ONARC kII A SUPERIOR G OE lvaP OIGAI 1207 West Main Street Louisville RAGANS EXCANGfe S W Cor Preston and Market Hot Soup and launch Sandwiches of all kinds EDELENS Cut= Rate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICES Swamp Root small 35c Swamp Root large 70c Harpers Ce lial inc 16c Bronio Seltzer 6c Morphine 1 dr 0c Best Baking Powder 25c Moth Balls pcr lb be Sulphur per lb ibe All Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S s E Cor 17tU and Bonk Sts VriV WELLINGTONI Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DBAIBR IN FINn MEATS AND GROGMSI AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y FAIIEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044- AIllillois G6lltraI THE FAST LINE T- Ofiemphis AN- DNew OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily MEMPHIS AANDD N W ORLEANS lIMITED Leaves Louisville 940 p nt daily and is a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dieting ECarad Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m Louisville biemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830p m THf NW ORlUNS SPf lftL arrivtagMeminSolid Vestibuled Train with through Sleeping Cars Meals served Cars On Friday this train carriessa Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cor from Louis villa to Los Angeles and San Francisco California without any change or delay E1VE City Passenger Ticket Agent 220 KyAChicagoWin A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis 7 Peoria CHICAGO f f It AND rtPOIN4IIN INDIANA arid 1lCHIGAN BEST TERMINALSU- NION I DKPOt Corner Seventh St and Rivers ONFICRNo fir15J oAXjaja ToniwilklKyldLYKcnGlWKAtCINCZNA F fS vF2 + a xlr x r JIL JI fIi Q I IRACES RACES Derby Day May 3 Fifteen Days of Great Racing r NSW LOUISVILLE J06KEY 6LUB j TUESDAY EVENING MAY lf 1900 Grand TestimonialTENDERED TO zA W H MEFFERTMANAGER OF THE TEMPLE THEATER DY THE MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY AND PERSONAL FRIENDS igl IItE2YtlE lft1 Gompani I I Muldoon Molliluloilt I IITALIANI f I Monuments ArtlsUo Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET uum1msrnuw J FRfNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORA TED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 40 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST I BRANCH HOUSES 905 W MARKET I LIVERY AND BOARDING STABL- ass AND 43o f t EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY JOHN I li RA1KK r WALT RS1 11 Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY UNION MADE NOT IN A TRUST ofH2Irae- POTHEEN e ro3LocoSOMETHING NEW SOMETHING GOOD Manufactured by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS and4avoqngTHOROUGH TRAINING BOARD or TRADE NUILDINv I THIRD AND MAIN STS crLOUIVILLE KY I I jl 1 I VYa r aa YYY I INDORSED BY THE ElfRAt LABOR UNION S v vN v swy A That the Kentucky Irish American isaedily growing in favor with its readers and usefulness to the public is evidenced by tbeaction of the Central Labor Union at a recent meeting in giving this paper JUS indorsement which is the more welcome and apprecIated because uDlOltcifed atJd unexpected The publisher is grateful and will endeavor to merit thk additional recognition Our friends will be pleased to learn that the proposition favoring the indorsement was unanimously bytheWhereas Many misstatements have recently appeared in the press of this city relative to the Central Labor Union and organizations represented therein and Whereas The Kentucky Irish American has always been a consistent and unbiased champion of the trades union movement therefore be it Resolved That the Central Labor Union ind6rse 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 f2U2 IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled Ifrom Exchanges A branch of the United Irish league has been formed in Listry Cross KerryI The movement for the footIholdTerence Glancy has resigned his post Ition as Secretary of the Roscommon County Council Alexander Patterson was accidentally drowned at the West Bridge j Enniskillen a short time ago A flourishing branch of the United Irish League has been organized at Cas tlerea County Roscommon Edward OConnor a venerable resident of Bolabcg Brannoxtown died recently He was seventythree years old J T Heffernan of Kildare exChair man of the District Council was chosen Secretary of the County Council The death occurred recently in the In firmary Trim of John Teeling after a short illness He was sixtytwo years o age G Hagans of Drumkeerin Chairman of the Leitrim Rural District Council has resigned that position He is a sterling NationalistAt ey Petty Sessions there were no criminal cases for disposal and Judge Shaw was presented with the customary white gloves Sligo Nationalists were coerced by their Unionist employers Into signing a bogus address to be presented to the Queen on behalfof the Citizens of Sligo The Newbridge branch of the Galway United Irish League has chosen Rev Father OKeefe for President H Crowe for Treasurer and Michael Dillon for SecretaryThe of Carlingford has lost one of its oldest Catholic residents by the death of Mrs Mary McCann widow of the late Joseph McCann of Dundalk She was eightysix years old BallyhauntsCounty PitzmauriceEnfott curate of Hollymount The patriarch of the townland of Lis nascrehog near Garvagh was Bernard McNicholl He was found dead in his bed recently Hls age was1 ninety His mother lived to be 107 years old The people of the districts which constitute the area under the control of the North Longford Executive of the United Irish League are nobly supporting the Irish cause They recently subscribed 100 to the found James Mclaughlin aged fiftyfive a native of Blessington County Wicklow while driving cattle to the fair at Carlow took suddenly illat Greenldne bridge and died before aid arrived The sum of 230 was fund in his pocket There died recently in Cardiff Wales Patrick Hayes a native of Dreenagh who was said to have had vivid remem brance of the landing or the French in Bantry bay in 1708 Hayes whose age was given at 108 was a devout Catholic At the last meeting of the North West meath Executive Committee of the United Irish League there was a good attendance John OSulllvan was elected Chairman and Thomas Meehan was chosen for representative on the direc tory The Meelin Branch of the United Irish menberbythedeath member of the District Council He was a stanch Nationalist and JK11ere two teraaq of Imprisonment during the Bal four coercion regime Mach regret Iis felt in WaterfoM the death of Dr W R Connolly a member of wellknown and highly respected local family Dr Connolly who held several public appoistaienU waa aa es pedal favorite with the poor of his native alwayskindlyThe deathi recently of Paiber Thomas Feeban of Ca tktown Qwens county was very deeply ad widely regretted after thirty years of wiseionary tabors His many fine galittesrelfgioes and ldll1t4Jprieet8iandp him in oratory 4ferror- AtNewratb a mile Brit Waterford the wife of a fitmer iMtned aiiir JCearns was burned to death Apsrk fraithec- himneylgnitd the house Theflewea spread to the cowcued with the reMit that four gone a rick d toy and the house were bvraed rfa UM eon to save I the cat1 Mrs Kewns perished I there ware interred in the family c burial place at Rathoelately the remains of Mrs Mary Kihsella who at the ad vanced ageof ninetyseven years r died at the residence of her eon the Rev John wasbestLeighlin as the sister of Father Thomas JohnNolanOrange and green were represented at the Cookstown Sessions recently as a sequel to the celebration pf St Patricks day John Connollys singing of God Save Ireland cost him 6s and costs Any sorrow he may have felt at the fine must have been materially mollified when he saw a true blue0rangemanJohn singingGodPope A public meeting Wig held at New castle recently for the purpose of establishing a branch of the United Irish League Most of the lleading Nationalists of the district were present Thomas Lynch of the Rural District Council presided and P F Maguire of Kells Chairman of the Urban District Council made an interesting address A branch was formed and christened the Moynalty and Newcastle Branch At the first meeting of the delegates oj fthe East Limerick branches of the United Irish League form Wg the EastJmerick Executive held in Limereck Henry OShea of Limerick City Branch occu pying the chair the election of officers of the Executive took place William Lundon of Kilteely was chosen Presi dent Morgan Hayeis of Oola Secretary and Rev Thomas ODwyer pastor of cola delegate to the Provincial Dlrec tory tiThe ofprizes for St Joseph schurch fbdcf wilt beheld on July 20 The Jprizes are numerous and very valuable and Include a slIver medal from the Pope with his image thereon Right Rev Dr ODwyer Bishop of Limerick gives a prize that will take three saloon return tickets on any of the firstclasslItters from Queens town to New York or from New York to Queenstowh Should this prize be won outside of Ireland the fortunate per son will be advised by cable Peter Regan the organizer of the United Irish League was lately tried at Ballinrobe on a charge of assaulting David Ruttledge of Cornfield Solicitor Barry of Westport who was specially retained by thE League to defend ap producethe application Regau who had a cross summons having been examined Harry renewed his application tot an adjourn ment which wai again refused and daysimprisonment dered to find sureties for twelve1 months ttalkenburgsHotel friends he being fa a delicate state of health It being market day the carriage with its esoore was driven off amid loud cheering asdlVcriea of Long live the League Treat two thousand leaguers rTHEATRICALS Col Meflerts uteri are determined I to make hu bcaefit to Jbe given next Tuesday night at theTtaple a rouser It will be a ttlW to ore of Louis villea best known and whist popular citi ZCBS who h4 kbortd faithfully for the popular price atawKOMtii The pro gramme Will WoMcof exeeptioual inter est and pews aad Will include work by all the maa+ bri of the Mefferf Stock Company Fide Mlle off rad during the past year ab tiia Tewjtlt Itui beea at a- very higk onUr add the M tire theater going public fcjwth popularplay liottst will coatiaw widv bW Masaxement next aanroo Mnii vatf MItt Tuesday evening aad NMM the bult a sub taBUal one tittle yptawd W b burlesque I company witt tlMi tte Maenad at the highestsalariedhave beep tiagafBfl Sot her support ODI UMNH Marlin =rftlleboy vocalist j Tony Paator4 fii 91lnIy and Msrlow lidos01 GarnokL and GUM ttoijing and dancing auubtqttta AnwatfXMtf cod Par amiIemsgtkltist 1aWbUekand Wt 1Ir ooiut h Th ATWIM wH fawtfat toila pfttrona neck week a JMW brc oomtdy Two UarrldaWn i 4 n bsi qf well known Bjiopt la JM pit Xhtring UM prorrrsief eIIULH 4tJlOIIIJPud uaIudl+prggs Mss 4M JP to fID to HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Another division was organized this month in Maryland The Daughters of Erin of Adams Mass are arranging to hold a May festivalDivision 12 of Providence R I in itiated five and received seven applica tions at their last meeting Division 1 and the Daughters of Erin of St Paul will give a joint grand ball and entertainment Monday night The Kentucky representatives and Hi bernian Knights should 66 given a rous ing sendoff when they depart for Boston The Wigwam at Minneapolis has been brilliantly lighted and decorated for the social and dance of Division 4 Monday eveningAll Ladles Auxiliaries and divis- Ions of Boston are arranging socials balls and receptions for the entertainment of delegates and visitors fo the national con ventlonThe romantic Irish drama Shaun Aroon was produced Monday evening under the auspices of the Ladies Aux iliary of Newark N J for the benefit of St Josephs church The Knights of Columbus of Norwich N Y gave a private dancing party and banquet at their rooms last week at which members of the Ladies Auxiliary and Division 1 were special guests The Hibernian Band of St Paul is reported making rapid strides nowadays and is receiving money from several sources It has purchased several new instruments of the very latest improve ment The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 3 of Minneapolis gave a reception and ball to their friends Tuesday evening Mrs James Best was the mistress of cere monies assisted by a number of well known women Nine hundred members Of the order met recently at their headquarters in San Francisco and marched to St Patricks church where they attended mass and received holy communion Father Cum mings preached the sermon Division 1 of the Daughters of Erin is booming At its last meeting seven can didates were initiated and seven applications referred The ladies accepted an invitation to attend the meeting of Di vision 5 last Sunday evening This is the way they are working in Providence Division 40 of Forest Hills Mass is showing signs of considerable activity these days in preparation for the coming national convention and parade Tomor row evening a concert and lecture under the auspices of this division will be given in Curtis Hall Jamaica Plain An efficient committee headed by President Timothy J OConnell is working hard to make this affair a grand success- DENSINQERS FURNITURE One of the most complete stocks of furniture ia Louisville is BOW on exhibi tion at the store of Nathan Benahiger 315 West Market stteet It embraces all the latest styles and his prices are very reasonable Young people contemplat inggolng to housekeeping and old ones refurnishing their homes will find there everything they need REMOVAL the Spericerian Business College will remove from its present quarters in the Board of Trade building to the Union National Bank building Sixth and Main streets some tine in August There nioval was rendered necessary by the iuereaslpg umber of pupils seeking ad mission to this wellknown educational Institution Murphy it ro tile archi tects are making the necessary altera tions and the college will then have double Itprtcapacity There are but few business colleges that have ben as successful aa the Spencerian Jtte graduates are nearly always jn demand ANCIENT tn1t OF HIBERNIANS iOSTON MAY TG li- The IHibernian have secured ante of one aid onethirdfare or the round trip for their nationall tMetiagi in Bortou sad haws aelfcted the Royal Sine routeB- ec O s Wrailrotodu the i+ lhdaltouts Tie committee a Md list B it O S W on account of iU upvrior train service and quickest time he rpwte will be- throughClacinnati Wabugto jBaUJ main PIrlladelptbiaNwr YOkk 4 re aura via Plttabaeg ises wttl W slfiotrsd tOsidsrkiagtsi + dtis rbailad Iialomatkm DhllllJ fcf aRfwa Oar B It Or 8 W ottoe aowUmat eonw Fourth and Maim skaest U 1 How Are Your Teeth If they iiefed attention there is no better place to have them fix d than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Rlgttt Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you 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