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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a L L1 j jlfI 5 t Uj1 KENTUCKY I1tLIIAMERICANtT tT VOLUME IVNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 5 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS OFF THEY ARE I Those Who Will Attend tho Hibernian Convention at Boston All Favor locating For Presi dent For Another Two Years Will Attend Mass in a Body at St Patricks Church Tomorrow TOMMY KEENAN IS COLOR BEARER Tomorrow morning the largest delega tion of Irishmen that ever left this city for a national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians embracing State and county officers and a number of the WILLIAM REILLY Clark Countys Delegate to the National Convention Hibernian Knights under the command of Col Joe Taylor and Lieut Jerry hahn han will leave for Boston taking Bob Browns Royal Blue to New Vork City nwLtben tbeOcean JleatUrpute arriving jit their destination Momiay evening The final arrang tnent rf6r the trip were concluded at a mceting Thursday night at which it was decided that the Knights and delegates should attend mass and receive holy communion in A body at St Patricks church tomorrow morning following which will be ten tiered a farewell breakfast at the resl dence of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keenan The delegation includes the following wellknown gentlemen ilartin J Cusick State President James Coleman State Secretary John A Murphy County President Joseph P Taylor Lieut Jerry Hallahan Patrick J1 Median James Keane John Dolan David OConnell Robert Mitchell Tim J Sullivan Con Hallahan Michael J OBrien Joseph F McCarthy V Charles A Edelen Master Tommy Keenan will carry the Knights colorS in the great national paradePresident William ReSlly of Jefferson vile Clark countys delegate will also join the Louisville party as will several others should they be able to obtain leave of absence The commissary which bas been well stocked will be in charge of Col Joe Taylor State President Slattery some tIme ago secured suitable headquarters for the Kentuckians near Faneuil Hall where the convention will be held and the boys will keep open house during their stay For this they have already shipped A large quantity of Kentuckys famous dew with which they will make everybody happy Bob Mitchell and Tim Sullivan will remove the doors for the purpose of a continuous performance- A canvas of the delegation shows that they all favor the reelection of President John Keating antI will work for St Paul for the nextconventlon- Upon the return trip stops wilt be PittsIburgEvery member of the order regrets a that Harry Bradys business engage melts compel his remaining here His presence would have delighted the dele all enthusiastic his I gallon who were over jInjI the leading delegates The Kentucky Irish American will Have two speciallccr respondents ad wilt publish JlcCurateI accounts of the proceedings s PLEASANT OCCASION I Hibernian Hall presented ati anlwtaUd and pretty scene last Titeaday ev alag the pccaaioM being the cowpHiaeaUry euchre and dancepf the Ladle Auxil iiary Both liallS were filled wHkaaacere and players who were chrwiuter1ta- med by the ladle coinpoeing the re ception committee 1 The winners of the ladies prices were J Mrs Winifrede Clark of Mew AttnyIIMrs Downsof West Virginia John J lynn of this city in the order 1 G named The gentlemen winners were Messrs John Reilly James Tracy and Dr Charles M Reid The prizes were unique and handsome Those who cap onlyied Dancing was indulged in until mid night and all regretted that this would be the last reception held by the ladies until fall Many were heard to express themselves as anxious to become mem beta and others should follow the ex ampleState Secretary Coleman and Secretary John Cavanaugh assisted the lladies and rendered valuable assistance Scajlys band furnished the music which was of a high order HAPPILY UNITED Frank Dugan and Miss Julia MoDonough Married Wednesday A very pretty wedding the announce- menti of which comes as a pleasing sur II prise to their hosts of friends was that of Prank Dugati and Miss Julia Mc Donough which was solemnized at the church of the Sacred Heart last Wednes day afternoon the ceremony being performed I by Rev Father Walsh The bride is the pretty and accomplished I daughter of Patrick McDonoughof Twelfth street whose amiable disposition t and charming manner have made her a favorite in social circles She is a sister of Sylvester and Thomas McDonough j Frank Dugan the happy groom needs I no introduction to our readers as he is one of the bestknown and most popular young IrishAmericans in this city where lIe was born For years he has been in business at Eleventh and Broadway and his standing in public and private life is of thehigbest character He is a brother of Martin Dugan the wellknown Mar ketstreet printer Officer Martin Dugan is his father I The attendants were Miss Agnes Mc Donough sister of the bride and Officer James Murphy only the near relatives of the contracting parties being present They had long been sweethearts but I were averse to display The bride was attired in a handsome traveling gown and after the ceremony the couple left I for New Orleans where they will spend their honeymoon They will return about May 15 when they wilt be at home to their friends The Kentucky Irish American extends its hearty cong mtu la tions and wishestheminhappy4 mid pros rovoyage through life rv J CHARLES AIDY Elated Over tho Gratifying Success of St Cecilias Bazar The two weeks bazar given for the benefit of St Cecilias church closed last Saturday night with the han crowded to the doors and the results have exceeded the expectations of the most sanguine This is particularly gratifying to the hustling President Charles Raidy who labored night and day without ever tir ing As predicted Mackin Council won another victory Friday night but only after a spirited race with the Young Ladies Sodality and the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America The following is a listfthe lucky prize win ners in Saturdaynights drawings Miss Katie Sue d cooking stove Rev Father Sheridan clock Charles Johnson barrel of flour B Connaughton silk umbrella Annie Weaver twenty five bushels of coalThomas Wiegand medallion Miss Stroble handsome lamp Mrs Gerlein picture of St Cecilia J Heinbly rocker Rev Father Lynch beautiful lamp Miss Gruber exquisitely bound Bible Mrs Semonis pin cushion made and donated by Chester Baker D P White the fine saddle exhibited atMacldnsboothRoger set of 104 pieces Miss Margaret Carroll elegant cabinet The victory of Mr Lally of Mackin Council was a very popular one This bazar was the most successful ever given in the West End and all are elated over the handsome sum realizedI ratberBradyIa LADIES AID SOCIETY The Ladies Aid Society of the West wilt eiUertain their friends with a lEad euchre and dance at Fountain Ferry Park next Friday evening when I atedQuitebeen disposed of already which assures a splendid attendance The ladles who will comprise the reception committee are Mesdames Thomas Keenan Matt Winn Edward T Tierney John J jl Flynn John Reilly Edward Hollerau and J Vetter The prizes already secured are handsome and valuable u FOR GOOD UB TJNre ia Roa4 Saxony vueot uo UiWtioo ie theahow window of Madame aiIfa being eontaaiad for by jKMMe JmiMf- peopUrof St Mary Magdalenes eongre Ui14Icent change on if jier innocent remark olleaving the store was Wrap it up aolUeIpickle bottles right bad t J J i THEIR POET PRIEST Father Ryans Name and Mem ory Dear to the People of the South Leading Characteristic of Celtic Literature Shown in His Writings Influence Ills Mother Exerted in Childhood Tasted Till Ills Death PROF KENNEDY ON HIS WRITINGS On last Sunday we were reminded that it was fourteen years since this beloved priest and poet departed from his earthly career here in the city of Louisville at St Bonifaces pastoral house For years the name of Father Ryan has been a household word it is known wherever the English language is spoken and everywhere it is reverenced as tue appellation of a true child of song It is especially dear to the people of the South among whom he who bore it has lived and worked and touched his tuneful harp His poems have moved multitudes They have thrilled the soldier on the eve of battle and quickened the martial im pulse of a chivalric race they have soothed the soul wounds of the suffering they have raised the hearts of men in adoration and benediction to the great Father of all Father Ryans writings possess in a very eminent degree the lending characteristic of Celtic literature By birth and education an American by race an Irishman it is nevertheless the martial ardor and kindly sympathetic love of home and kindred the beauty of thought of the Irishman which he every Where displays in his verse Father Ryan wrote many soulinspiring songs for the soldiers of his race during the four years that the war continued but when he came to publish his songs he preferred that these songs of evanescent hope and incomplete triumph should die with the cause which they were written to cheer to victory so that in isis collected works he has only preserved the lamentations KI = SiXi vjA = i tOL Vl4t fc At the outbreak of our civil war the South adopted a banner somqwhat differ ent from the stars and stripes which after some slight changes assumed this final form Righthand upper corner square of blue with a crimson St Andrew cross the remainder ot the flag being white Over this standard ofa beaten cause Father Ryan chauted his poetic requiem entitled The Conquered Banner The Conquered Banner is the sad dest poetic acknowledgement of defeat we know of though the author speaks bravely of the valiant but shattered hosts that did so much to uphold the flag Yet one remarkable Celtic sentiment is ab sent an absence which may easily be ac counted for in The Conquered Banner All hope is utterly extinguished The last lines only utter irrevocable and irredeemable defeat Touch it not unfurl it never Let It droopthere furled forever Forits peoples hopes arc dead Father Ryans poems are dedicated to his mother The supreme part a mother plays in the formation of the future char acter of her son is an old chapter in biog raphy That his mothers influence largely molded rather Ryans character is strikingly evident and his gratitude for this to her is often touchingly ex pressed Mrs M E Hery Ruffin who as a girl knew him well and often copied his poems for the press states in some published recollections contributed to the Mobile News that he always spoke ardently and tenderly of his mother and that he often said his separation from her was a daily sacrifice She lived at the time of the publication of his poems in St Louis He dedicated them toiler in the following words few but full of filial tendernessThese simple rhymes are laid as a garland of love at the feet of his mother by her child the author He has told us in his verses of the re ligious lessons she taught him in youth for gaining it who may the most intense and most abiding religious belief is that which the prattling child learns at his mothers knee After giving the princi pal facts of Isis life and the extraordinary testimony totiis popularity and the sacredness of his memory I give the fol lowing estimates of his writings which I quote from Prof T Kennedy L A Father Ryan ranks first among Irish American poets He haa not even a rivalnear his throne His place iin American literature must also be very highas his Songsrf the Tdtt Catwe occupy about the same place therein as the Jacobite songs do In Enlisister lprinlclofthtgreatest IriahAinerteaii apostle eif what Matthew Arnold haa declared ia the kl- as of the Celt among the Teu tome na tions namely to apiritualiie them teach them lofty ideal and combftl their Phil uodustedlythe5prstfle orhJmlie1ffuauletrrfa true in tone and that his songs wets free free all the arts of art The median ical and artificial see entirely abaent cud- 1DbisrsspcoIbaiag1or1ouscomaai i 3t t li 7h his age Ills praise ofjgeals is his domi nant characteristic Cfter reading his pages one has a more 41 consciousness of spiritual existence C ire Assured be lief in the nobility of Jfirrnony and love His style is a union of wo very different qualities it is the oratory of Byron combined with the jolished grace of Shelly He has all jthc force of the I fonner blended witli2l the mystic II charm of the latter4He is also like Shelly in possessing tie art of giving a I tangible materiallike jexittence to ideas A note of sorrow run through most of what he has writtenithaigh it is not dominant it is widely diffused as these verses from the SoniTiof the Mystic wilishowI down the Valjpf Silence Down the dim voiceless valley aloneI And I hear not the fall fa footstep Around me save Godsand my own And the hush of my heartis as holy As hovers where angels have flownI Do you ask me the placof the valley Ye hearts that are harrowed by care It Ifeth afar between mountains And God and his angHs Are there And one is the dark Moint of Sorrow And one the bright Mountain of Prayerl MRS MARYE KEARNEY JAMES REAGAN Fortune Smiles op a Progres sive and Popular Irish American rJames Reagan whoscfpicture appears herewith is one of L6uisvilles most JAMES REAGAN public spirited and progressive young business men Born in this city in 1867 he received a good parochial and public school education after which like many other great men he graduated into a printing office Though making rapid strides this life was not suited to his taste and with his savings he went into business for himself on East Green street This field was not large enough and in 1896 he took the entire corner at Pres ton and Market streets where his success has been phenomenal until today he ranks as one of the leading saloonkeepers ofLouisvilleMr is well known and popular in all quarters of the city particularly in IrishAmerican circles and every worthy public enterprise and charitable purpose receives his cordial support Many there are in this city who cheerfully acknowl edge the value of his friendship among them the Kentucky Irish American He is happily married and the father of one son His hosts of friends are proud of his past record and wish him continued success WILL LAST NINE DAYS St Mary Magdalens Bazar Opens Monday Night May 14 St Mary Magdalens bazar will be held on Fourth street south of Walnut next to the music store It is the first for several years run by this congregation and if former efforts count for aught it will prove a grand success It opens Monday night May Uand lasts nine days The many excellent workers for this church have provided a feast of beauty to hypnotize the holders of any cash who venture in Articles rich rare and racy are there and if you are wise you will return direct from Churchill Downs and lunch here where good things are served for a Moderate amount The dining apartment is in charge of Mesdames James Smith Ophelia Locke Newton Rosters William Netherland William Cihl han and J J Burkholder Under them are a bevy of girls lair to behold If you hunger and feel regret for not picking the winner at the Powns let these fair waitresses beguile your appetite with lunch wWte memory cools down from the fever of Kentuckys favOr- ite sport and you will drop down softly again into everyday llfe II CROWDBD raaHTLV Tins attendance at gt liridgids bazar this week has been matgratifying the ball being crowded nightly The booth pre14ad lull who e charming faethodaof enter g1e8t8TbebaZarutFrjdaynlibtIia plcawuit evening andhel a good cause will tad t- biujjjjj c eht opportumHy LANDLORDISM Stirring Addresses by William OBrien and Redmond at Killarnoy England More Afraid nf United Ireland Titan Defeats in Africa Neither Coercion Nor Persecu tion Can Break the Spirit of Ireland THE FARCE OF THE QUEENS VISIT The Eastern division of Kerry was splendidly represented says the Dublin Freemans Journal at a great meeting organized by the United Irish League which assembled in College Square Kil larney to hear William OBrien and William Redmond speak on the question of unity in the party and organization among the people All the surrounding districts sent contingents from faraway Millstreet in the County Corkwhich also contributed a brass band to Killorg liu and Firies on the western side The proportion of young men at the gathering was rather larger than usual It was a meeting more than ordinarily responsive to the words of speakers and there was a fine spirit of patriotic determination exhibited It is evident the United Irish League is now a useful organization for our old friend the police reporter of the Land League times appeared and surrounded by a small guard took notes of the speeches District Councillor Sullivan who occu pied the chair said this meeting was the strongest proof the people were already tired of disunion and were anxious once again to join hands and march forward in one united band This good result was due to the United Irish League The Irish members must devote all their abil ities to the settlement of the land ques tion They must work for the educational rights of the Catholics of Ireland to better the condition of laborers and workers in towns and must be vigilant and tiveturiLa o tbjJr- until it was crowned afrudcessiid the Irish party were enabled to manage its own affairs in an Irish Parliament Addresses were read from the Killarney Urban District Council and the Board of Guardians also from a number of branches of the United Irish League after which William OBrien was introduced amidst great enthusiasm This speech was one of the most powerful and convincing and urged the work of carrying on the old fight for Ireland by organizing the solid South as completely as has been the West under the standard of the United Irish League His denunciation of landlordism was scathing and was loudly cheered He concluded by saying they have only at the next general election to return an Irish party who will have their hearts in their work a party that will be bound together with a dis cipline of ironlet it be martial law if you like as long as it is the people who are the masters If the people show such spirit as that believe me in the next Par liament you will find that the new Gov ernmentIf it be a new Governmentor- the present Government if they come back you will find them only too anxious to make a final sweep of the Irish land question by abolishing landlordism al together abolition of landlordism will be only an easy and preliminary step to the abolition of the accursed foreign rule that brought it here That step will be carried out as surely and as easily as the abolition of Burke Roche from the representation of this county William Redmond M P who was re ceived with loud cheers then addressed the meeting and said that he was present that day for two reasons and the first was his desire by his presence with William OBrien to show the people of Kil larney and of the great County of Kerry that the union that had been brought about among Irish Nationalists was a true and a real union and that for the future Mr OBrien and himself and all the various sections of the Irish party would no longer strike at each other but would znaka united charge upon the common enemy of Ireland They knew what OBrien had been in the past and they knew what he himself in an humble way had beenand OBrien was notasked bythosewho had been opposed to him what he thought right to do in the put nor was he They need not apologize to each other They both bad held their honest opinions and now for tie future they would show the enemies of Ireland that the old guard was once more reformed and that old guard of the League would in a new organization charge home upon the Jlandlords the bailiffs and the persecutors of the country Reading the English papers of the put two mouths while iin Lolidonbecoukl tell them honestly that the oat tWig that struck real dialiinto the hearts of Englishmen waa not so 2liudathekt feata In South AfrieaAJbe uewltthat Ireland waa reunited country He had read luau 01 those newepaperp tiflt the e7foughtamour lelYet home Aa long as they did that the English people consid 1 ered themselves all right but once the peopK ia Ircfasd waited things were of 1 L 7 an entirely different color and it was then they became dangerous to England Ills second reason of coming among them was because he understood that a deliberate attempt was being made in Ireland today to destroy the national cause and the national h9pe and spirit of the people He knew that such an attempt would fail as all England attempts of the last seven hundred years had failed but though he knew that yet he con sidered it was the duty of representatives of the people when they saw an attack made upon the sacred cause of their fore fathers an attack upon the cause for which Emmet and Tone died to sound the alarm and to tell them to be on their guardDuring the last fifteen years the English Government tried to break the Irish spirit by coercion but neither coercion nor persecution could break the spirit of Ireland All the tortures and injustice of England could not subdue their cause but coercion and pursecution having failed blandishments and smiles were now being used to do what coercion had failed to accomplish The day when they had to pluck the shamrock from their hat and throw it on the sod having passed the day had come when by royal command the shamrock must be worn Well when he first heard the royal command he was not inclined to wear the sham rock on St Patricks day but he thought better of it remembering that they would be wearing the little plant given them by St Patrick and which had been watered by their tears and blood when the em pire of England had crumbled awayand her red flag was in the dust The next thing they were told was that the royal Queen of England was to visit them and how sickening it was to hear the flunkey talk of thinking that the very presence of her Majesty could destroy the memory of Robert Emmet How sickening it was to hear the flunkeys talk of her gracious smile her royal nod her great goodness Well with regard to the Queen he was sure they would say to a stranger coming to visit the beauties of countryWe you are not unwelcome You will not be treated with disrespect in Ireland but if you come here to at tempt to have it made believed that be cause you are received with kindness the Irish are no longer true to the national cause then you are mistaken If the flunkeys who crawled at the feet of her Majesty thought to haul down the green flag the Nationalists of Ireland wojaul It up again and show to the w bat though Queens might come p Tt rIl1nl4g- ers might be treated with reaped yet the hearts of the people were true to Tone to Mitchel and to Parnell and that they would maintain the national cause aspirations never would be influenced in the slightest degree by royalty or tomfoolery of the kindReferring to the war in South Africa and the gallant struggle which a handful of men were making for freedom against the greatest and richest empire in the protectthemout of existence If England insisted on the war the least she might do was to pay for it but he might tell them that last month a million and a half pounds had been added to the taxation of the people of Ireland He appealed to the people to unite under the United Irish League or whatever organization the people decided to be the national one to stand united behind the Irish members of Parliament and if they did he believed that prosperity would once more shine upon their land not the prosperity en gendered by royal visits but substantial prosperity begotten of a National Parlia ment elected by the Nationalists of the country S HER SAD END MrsJohn Moran Passes Away While Undergoing An Operation The announcement Thursday evening that Mrs Catherine ltIor ntbe beloved wife of John Moran Superintendent of the Louisville Packing Company was dead caused inexpressible grief among her friends in this city where she was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her The deceased had been ill for some time and it was found neces sry to take her to St Josephs Infirmary operaHolt suIt mentioned above She is survived by her husband and six children four girls and two boys one of the former being Mrs George J Barrettall of whom were at her bedside when the end came She was a woman of genial nature and great Christian virtue a good wire and mother and to the bereaved family we extend our heartfelt sympathy jn their great low d3er remains were shipped to Chicatofor interment in Calvary cerae teay tomorrow afternoon May her soul rest in peace SONS OP BRIN What promise to be one of the cntot enjoyable elect socials and dances of the MBon will be given uidrtlie auspices JrIblKayPtUowardudpoahfoutof director and manager and refmbraeats will be served Several hundred luviUtionai have beeu iaaued and tnoae attend jUt help bat enjoy theiuMslvca The young tnen will Jbe UelrlM71 r r ir CKANDLAL Remarkable Growth Since Its Birth in This City Ton Years Ago tins TwentyTwo Branches in Louisville New Albany and JofTcrsoiivllle Coming National Convention at Chicago Will Bo an Im portant One ESTABLISHED IN FOURTEEN STATES 1 The coming national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America which meets in Chicago May 15 has awakened considerable interest in Louis ville which was the birthplace of the THOMAS HENLEY He is SupremeSecretary order in 1890 and has always been one of its strongholds The membership in this cityand vicinity now approximates lBfJ and is constant1growingTisLrde Mahil4h rJ 4 kia ftn branches fh Louisville New Albany and Jefferson yule The Catholic Knights and Ladies of America have branches in fourteen StatesLwith a membership of 7600 representing about 11000000 insurance Three of our tellowcitizens have been honored with supreme officers the most notable being Dr William B Doherty who has been Supreme Medical Director for ten years in fact ever since the organization of the society Miss Mary E Sheridan was elected Supreme Treasurer at Cairo in 1894 Supreme Vice President at Mem phis in 1896 succeeding to the Presidency the next year through the death of the President and in 1898 was again elected Treasurer at St Louis making a total continuous service as a Supreme officer of six years Thomas F Henley was Supreme Secretary for four years 189498 and is now one of the Supreme Trustees The membership was only 1001 when he took charge which was doubled in the succeeding two years During his last term in the office the membership in creased from 2039 to 5243 a gain of over 160 per cent when the number of applications also reached the high water mark 616 being received in March 1897 At the last convention Secretary Henley was defeated by Mr Dully of Memphis the present incumbent by a very slim majority the vote on the second ballot being a tie On Mr Duffys suggestion the U Board of Directors engaged his predecessor to make up the annual report for the Insurance Department In the matter jof the old reserve fund the Columbia Trust Company expressed its willingness to pay the money to the members en titled to it whenever the Supreme Sect tary would furnish the names and amounts due but over a year had elapsed without anything having been lone when the President and Board of Trustees authorized Mr Henley to take such step as were necessary to have the money re uptoauthorize branch treasurers to receive the money for them and aSsoon as these signatures are filed the money will be paid Several delegates who voted against Mr Henley have been heard to declar that it would have been for the interest of the order to have retained hint in office and at their suggestion he has consented to again be a candidate fOrth ffice at the Chicago convention 1ft has for manyve rs been actively Con nected with many leading fraternal or ganizations awl his investigations of the subject of life insurance especially M practiced by theV societies led bias to prepare atfd propose at the convention held tJn tIde city in J892a plan which if adopted would have enabled the Mriar t all its death YWTdaand verified and besides would have n dayInaa over 100000 ini the reserve fjnid TJtre toe many who belie that hia ofIacikulablebesef theffsixioThe delegate elected to represent the 0 oownmno ON THIRD P8g Y r 2a n KI1N UC rRi B A RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftli NIIIINNIIINNINMINI Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans VVXX4X4IAlW ivc XXXOOXKO Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Louisville Postof flco as SecondClass Matter Addteraall CDvatMlcatloiistotlte KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil OrdeR Street J LOuIsVILLE KYw SATURDAY MAY 51900 CHARLES F PRICE The retirement of Mr Charles F Price from the Secretaryship of the Louisville Jockey Club is a sad blow to the honest racing interests of this city Mr Prices capabilities are too jveU known to need L any comment and he filled the position admirably Being a true lover of clean honest sport a pupil of that wellknown honest turf judge Col M Lewis Clark he has I been ever upon the side of the people against the gamblers and the fact of his being presiding judge here was a guarantee that everything was to be on the level In justice to himself he could not acI position offered him and from his standpoint cessity He is still presid at Oakland and associate Latonia and it would not JJthehis friends if he were called East where his reputation and his disfavor of like collusion are so well MAYOR HARRISON RIGHT Mayor Harrison of Chicago has struck the proper keynote in the labor troubles in that city The city officials and business men not involved in the trouble have sought to settle the trouble which is de presssing all business and menacing the public peace To every propo sition the labor unions have prompt Ik agreed reiterating that all they hearingbut the con tractors persistent listen to any proposition The Mayor sought to have the matter arbitrated by the State Board a Council committee or a committee to be mutually selected but the contractors were obdurate and the Mayor gave it up addressed a let ter to the people of the city recit ing his efforts approving the readi nese of the labor union to accept a peaceful settlement and scoring the contractors as responsible for the trouble and any disaster that may result and concluded with an appeal to the people to use their best endeavors to preserve the peace and prevent violence to persons and property It is hinted by the contractors that Mayor Harrison being a candidate for Governor is only his candidacy Be that as 4boominghe is right has told the truth and the contractors probably find it easier to dismiss his letter with an insinuation than defend their course which he condemns FAMINE AND PLAQUE Out of 300000000 people in the Indian Empire of which the Queen of England is Empress 60000000 are starving Added to the famine andIday long the dead are being cremated Beautiful little girls wring ing their hands in agonizing throesI of starvation can be seen in groups r D begging for a morsel of bread Boys of ten to fifteen years weigh il1 ing thirtyfive pounds with gaping bones and distended stomachs the latter a sign of approaching death form c picture so horrible that we who have never seen the like cannot l form any reasonable idea of it How can a mortal bearing the semblance of woman be the apathe tic witness of such horrors during her reign Mothers and fathersI i children dying ILdead rifting in India In South warm human blood is being spilled like water in the effort to save their hones and their liberties o from the moat iaoostrous vampire I the world ofnations has ever known I The dreadful scenes of the century seem to have condensed themselves into a panoramic view of horrors to be reenacted all at one time either on English soil or by Englishmen I for the wonderment and loathing ofI the worldII OTTAWAS DISTRESS Fire destroyed part of Ottawajj the town of Hull and suburbs caus ing a loss of over 15000000 bankrupting many manufacturers and merchants rendering thousands of people homeless and penniless Contributions for relief are being sent from this country and from other parts of Canada English papers and officials are profuse in their sympathy and praise the Can adians for their loyalty The Prince of Wales Duke of York Lord Derby Earl of Lansdowne and other notables have sent messages of sincere sympathy but in none of them is there a word about con tributing a penny to feed the hun gry shelter the homeless or clothe the naked Sympathy may be sooth ing but a cash donation is more effective in relieving people in dis tress But this costs something while sympathy is cheap Claude M Johnson Director of the Government Printing Office Washington against whose methods of management the Typographical Union has long protested has re signed rather than face the charges preferred by the printers e rdptL 2 bring a Government official to do the right thing in labor matters but the printers seem to know how to do it The Government Printing Office is union but it takes constant I watching and effort to keep it so not because of any antagonism on the part of the Government but because of the scheming of poli ticians to use it as boon for their relatives and political tools whom they seek to give employment there regardless of their unionism or even competency Johnson who ob tained his position through political influence was of course a valu able ally of the politicians as his position of Director clothed him with the right of deciding on dis charge or employment In the fight against him he was backed np by all the political influence possible but the printers pushed the ques tion till it came to the President and Cabinet and Secretary Gage called Johnson to account resulting in his resignation The Parkland people if not the instigators of the gas war are inl the forefront Under the agreement with the city annexing that town the Parklanders are entitledl to gas water and all city privileges the city to have the mains extend ed The Louisville Gas Company will not extend iits mains The Kentucky Heating Company isI anxious to do so but the Board ofr Public Works will not allow it The Parklanders want light and in sist on the city complying with the agreement and are pushing the fight When one becomes soured by re verses he is likely to blare his misfortunes on others and accuse al most any one of anything Englandl has become very sour and vindic tive as a result of her disasters inl South Africa blames every+ other nation or claw for it and readily fchargee them with anything Ttee disastrous fire at Ottwi is chargedl by the Englfrh papers to incendiar wat of Boer and Fenian aynu pa tltWrt though the drlgjn of the ire ft known ito haye been a dV fectivei Sue in a section of frame houseS and was spread by a high wind through the lumber and ware house districts all highly inflammable There has not developed anything on which to base a charge of incendiarism against any one and though the alleged Fenians and Boer sympathizers are said to have headquarters in Chicago and to be preparing further destruction in Canadian territory no complaint has been made to the United States Government which would be cer tain if there were any foundation to the allegation London is now sending out dou bleheaded lies The controversy between the United States and Tur key is the subject of the latest It asserted that Turkey refused to pay the indemnity and that Russia bad advised and would back up Turkey in resisting any effort of the United States to enforce the demand Both ends of the statement are false Turkey has not refused to pay but is considering the matter and will make answer in due time while the Russian Ambassador at Wash ington unsolicited called on the Secretary of State and informed him that Russia was not and would not in any way intrude upon the issue between Turkey and the United States that Russia has no interests in Turkey that would be effected thereby and Russia is as she has ever been frierdly to the United States It is only another instance of Englands effort to dis turb the friendly relations between the United States and her stanch friends but Englands enemies whom she dreads Russia and France Bicycle thieves are not rare but Jeffersonville has developed the bicycle fiend who simply cuts the tires Bicycles left outside by riders have their tires cut render ing them useless and putting their owners to heavy cost for repairs Now the electric lights are turned off before 4 oclock in the morning It may not be improper for the city to dock the Electric Lierht Corn yon its bill Ifr CHAFF One million dollars have been offered presumably by Baron Alphonse Roth schild for Titians famous Sacred and Profane Love to Prince Borghese its owner But the Italian Government has invoked the law against the alienation of valuable works of art and refused to allow him to sell it As the prince is in hard luck this is a severe trial to him but as with the world at large nolens volens he must put up with it 1 A peculiar change effected by diphtheria comes to light from St Louis A young lady Miss Annie Carney of that city from being possessed of a small soprano voice of limited range has now developed a rich deep baritone resembling in eyery respect that of a man since her restoration to health from a very severe attack of diphtheria Experts say that if she will study she can have the world at her feet No one so far can ac count for the remarkable phenomenon Capitalists of Detroit Toledo and New York are back of a project to run a rail road line between Toledo and Detroit by liquid air The right of way has been secured and the organization of the com pany is about complete The unlimited faith in the possibilities of liquid air will cause a revolution in more lines than this The incoming century will have no abler champion to cast aside old fogy systems and generators of power than this young one of liquid air It is urged by dress reformers in Lon don that the automobile will eventually cause the adoption ofa more sensible style of womans dress than we now have These days a rational costume is very generally adopted in many countries of Europe by cyclists automobilists The discovery of the clay tablets in the ruins of King Minos palace near Herac lion Greece proves to savants that the great epics of ancient poets were written and not handed down orally from genera tion These tablets resemble the Baby lonian but the script is indigenous to Crete They are archives of the palace in the golden Mycenaen age about 1400 aslvaluable to the student as the Troy and justify Homers appreciation l of Mycenae ANXW NBVIN CUNNINGHAM DtSTIMOUISneOLEXIHOTONIANS Ji j r bylI tarrayand Grand Director OBrien of the Young MensI Institute oltm tOtiwill be here Sunday at the gaeMa of SatolH Mackin and Trinity CeMBcifa They will ftlrfr meet representative of the Knighte of Columbia while here and wilt than take stepe to orgahbe a councHlttthe Blue Iran capital a f 17 1 i SSHH SOCIETY J George Oswald has returned from ra visit to West Baden Springs Dennis A Shaunahan has arrived home after visitrng through the East Mrs Settle McCrocklin of Taylors ville was here this week visiting friends Miss Nettle Kelly will spend two weeks in Cincinnati next month visiting her cousinJ Weaver was among the Louis villians sujourning at West Baden the past week r Mrs Barney Keagan has returned from Paducah where she visited her mother Mrs M Carneyii Mrs Welch who has been the guest of Mrs Burrell Marshall has returned to her home in Danville Miss Nannie Mdrray of Nashville was this week the charming guest of Mrs E Callahan 1548 Prentice street Mr and Mrs Edward Corcoran are at home in Jeffersonville after a pleasant visit with relatives in Cincinnati Miss Willie May Arnold who was for the past week the guest of Mrs Sellir has returned to her home in Versailles Miss Jean McCann a popular Jeffer souville girl spent the week with her sister Mrs Frank Burke in Indianapolis Miss Katie Overton has returned to her home in Frankfort after a delightful visit with her cousins Misses Eliza and Jane Reed Mike Fitzpatrick a Louisville boy who has been employed in Kansas City for the past year is here on a visit to his parents on Duuiesnil street The many friends of Cosmas Meagher the welt known grocer will be sorry to learn that he has been laid up with a spell of sickness for the past week Misses Lizzle Strange and Mattie Funk popular in Bowling Green social circles have retuned to their homes after a pleasing visit with relatives in this city Mrs W Fields wife of the well known Owensboro distiller has returned to her home after a weeks visit with Mrs W Norton 1009 West Chestnut street James Sexton and George Simpson two wel known young Limerick resi dents have accepted positions with the R M Culley Decorating Company Miss Mamie Jacques friends will regret to learn that she is confined to her home on West Jefferson street suffering from quite a severe attack of typhoid fever 1 Schnell say thatjalthougti they visit the same West Oak street residence there is no rivalry as there are two pretty sisters in the case Ben Daugherty and James McGraff wellknown residents of Jeffersonville left Tuesday for Birmingham Ala where they will accept positions with the Gas Company of that city Miss Edith Cunningham has closed her dancing academy She has issued invi tations for her last dance of the season which will take place at Fountain Ferry Park next Thursday night Will Ottos friends in the Y DL I and throughout the West End will be glad to learn that he is now recovering rapidly from the severe accident which befell him some weeks ago Paul Schnell and Joe Sullivan have returned from Cincinnati where they have been taking part in a bowling con test Both acquitted themselves very creditably Paul winning first prize in one of the contests The most popular prize winner at the Catholic Knights euchre was pretty MissI Mollie Quill mention of which was inad vertently omitted from the list heretofore published She captured the valuable one presented by Mrs Dr William Do Doherty Miss Edna Shelly entertained last Mon day afternoon at her home Twentysixth l and Chestnut streets the members of her communion class and a number of other friends Besides an elegant luncheon and amusements of various kinds there was a phonograph concert for their en tertainment The Emerald Clubs first entertain ment of the season at Highland Hall was a decided success The attenance was large and those present bad an enjoyable time Miss Katie Morton was voted the prettiest girl present and won the gold watch Misa Mary Fitzgerald was award ed the gold chain receiving the next highest number of votes Miss Josie Birk daugther of the prom- Inent tobacconist Charles Birk and one of Owensboroa handsomest young ladies who has been the guest of Miss Margaret Norton 1009 West Chestnut street left for her home this week While here she made many friends who regret her de partureThe y marriage of Miss Flora Deuser and Joseph Demuth will be solemnized at the Church of the Immaculate Conception with nuptial maN Tuesday morning Rev Father Weeterman officiating Miss Flora Hubbuch eotMla of tltt bride will be the maid of honor and Edward De muth brother of the groom will act as Lost man Mia fctwer iis the attractive daughter of Col JD Denier and very popular in godetjr ircle The groom itii- r one of the b tth town young bueineee men of the West Bad anH has a wide dwplt of Mend ffno will be present to congratulate him tym hi good fortune A weddifigtKakfttt will follow toe owe nu IIonII One of the most notable weddings thus far this year in the East End was that of Miss Barbara Weber and John D Graff which was solemnized St Mar tins church Wednesday morning The ceremony was preceded by a nuptial mass following which there was a wed ding breakfast and reception at the home of the brides parents The bride is the I daughter of Henry Weber the Barrett avenue gardener and for several seasons j has been one of the belles in German I society circles The lucky groom who is connected with the Louisville Water Company is a brother exCouncilman i Jake Graff and is popular among the residents of the East End where he has long resided A pleasing incident was the presentation by Thomas Hannon on behalf of the employes of the Water Company ofa rich and handsomely decorated china set of 150 pieces The young couple left tire same day for Chicago j where they arc spending their honeymoon and upon their return they will go to housekeeping on Jacob street 0 if AMONG THE 6IUR 6DIES sr w II The confirmation of tire children of the diocese has been performed this year by Right Rev T S Byrne of Nashville our own Bishop W G McCloskey being confined to the house as a result of an ac cident he sustained several months ago Bishop Byrne has been kept busy for he has had to perform his own duties in addition to those of this diocese As first communion generally precedes confirma tion the pastors of the various churches have been working hard instructing the children under their charge and preparing them for this most important event One of the largest classes of first com municants is that at St Louis Bertrand church where 112 children have been for weeks under special instruction On next Wednesday these children will re ceive the sacrament for the first time at 8 oclock High mass will be celebrated and it is an edifying sight to see so many boys and girls approach the altar railings in so devout a manner After the mass is finished a substantial breakfast will be served to the children on the lawn in front of the school house The rigte of confirmation will be administered at 1030 oclock and as the time would not allow the children returning home for breakfast Father Logan thought fully made the above arrangements In addition to the children there will be about thirty adults confirmed this unusually large number being due in a great measure to the recent successful mission held at this church At the Church of the Holy Name on next Sunday morning to class of thirty will receive their first communion These children hav been carefully prepared bv the Tuesday following at 730 in the evening Bishop Byrne will confirm this class A large class will also receive their first communion tomorrow morning at the Church of the Sacred Heart On Wednesday 8 oclock the class at St Johns church will received confirmation These children made their first communion on Passion Sunday being instructed therefor by the Rev Lawrence Bax who has since sailed for Europe His assistant Father John Creary is in charge now One feature about first communion at this church is that for thirty years ever since Father Bax has been pastor Passion Sunday has been chosen as the day of days as on that day the venerable pastor was ordained to the priesthood o- At 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon con firmation will be administered at St Bridgets on Hepburn avenue At 730 p m Wednesday a class of col ored children will be confirmed at St Augustines church Broadway near Fourteenth IDuring this past week at twelve of the different churches in the city confirma tion was administered At St Charles church Rev C P Raffo pastor last Sunday about fifty children approached the holy table for the first time and on Wednesday they were given the sacrament of confirmation Apropos of this subject the dressing of the children has received consideration by the Council of Bishops and it has been determined to speak to parents on the subject While it is the wish of tire church that the children should be neat ly and cleanly dressed in tate years there has been a tendency to elaborateness which is thought to be inconsistent with the occasion as it takes the thoughts of the little ones away from heavenly things and makes those of earth seem more prominent This month is devoted to Mary the Mother of God and on next Sunday the usual May processions will be held in the various churches The largest of these will be at St Louis Bertrands church where the children are well drilled by the Dominican fathers In this procession are carried fifteen banners picturing the fifteen mysteries of the Rosary which is so dear to the hearts of the children of St Dominic The little ones are distri buted in bands of ten dressed in white with five bands wearing blue sashes five wearing white and five having on red Each band is preceded by a boy carrying roe of the banners Four tiny tots carry the silken cushion on which rests the wreath with which the statue is crowned while the children sing the hymn to the Queen of May The altar will be beautifully decorated next Sunday and M ltlif the first Sunday of the month the Muel Rosary proceMioii will be combined With the Kay proeewion The services viu1 lfaat80 p me 1UOi o v 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The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly J9urnal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our r advertisers who should remember the fact f that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville c TUB SuDscriDiion Price r IS ONLY 1PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word s SUBSCRIBE NOW Z 8 z z Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KENTUCKYI I IRISHH AMERICAN r 32UW8IGRfN8IRf1 oJ a e C K AND L A CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGP branches of the Falls Cities are allwellI known workers and will be prominent in the national convention John B Stickler who will represent St Charles branch is one of the charter members of the first branch organized He served as a delegate to the Memphis convention in 1800 St Patricks branch will be again rep I popularI JOHN L MURPHY County Delegate from Jefferson County Order of Hibernians and also of the IrishAmerican Society who has been repeatedly elected President and Treasurer of this banner branch John J Barrett delegate from St Columbas branch has had a wide ex perience in fraternal organizations hav ing introduced several societies in this section and occupied many of the leading offices in them He has been appointed a member of the Committee on Laws to serve at the coming convention and his intimate acquaintance with fraternal society affairs will make him a valuable member of this committee which is without doubt the most important factor in shaping the legislation of the order Rev Thomas White who was one of the most prominent delegates in the Memphis convention and has always taken an active interest in the society will be the representative of St Frances of Rome branch which is to be congratu lated upon his selection Sacred Heart branch will send one of its mainstays in the person of James Kil kelly who has filled the office of Record- Ing Secretary for several years and also served as delegate to the St Louis con vention two years ago Henry F Slterr of Our Ladys branch is another pillar of the order whose reelection gives general saticfaction He was one of the charter members of Branch 19 and has represented it at every convention held since its organization Thomas Camfield charter member of St Aloysius branch who has been its representative to every convention needs no introduction He takes an active in terest in all matters pertaining to the Catholic Knights and Ladies besides being a prominent member of the An dent Order of Hibernians and other societies His familiarity with society matters makes him a valuable member of the convention and that his branch will have no other for delegate shows its appreciation of his ability Miss Mary Barrett a charter member of St Brigids branch will again serve as delegate She was the representative of her branch at St Louis in 1898 and took an active part in the deliberations of that convention Dr Peter Ganz has been again chosen for delegate from St Marys branch of which he is also a charter member The doctor is a most conscientious examiner and in this capacity has been selected by St Marys St Anthonys and Our Ladys branches John B Murphy Jeffersonvilles repre sentative has served at the last three conventions He is usually pressed into service on the Mileage and Per Diem Committee having held a responsible position with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company for about twentyfive years and being well posted in railroad affairs The other delegates are making their first appearance in the Supreme Couucil at the coming convention They have evidently been selected with a view to their ability to serve the best interests of tUe order as they are all active workers in their respective branches and have been honored with various offices Mrs Mary Weisenberg has been Secre tary of the Cathedral branch for several terms She is the mother of Miss Rena Weisenberg who will be remembered by visitors to the Supreme Secretarys office while it was occupied by Mr Henley as his courteous and efficient assistant St Louis Bertrands branch sends James Kenealy who for several terms has held the office of Recording Secre tary Besides being an active worker in this order he stands high amogg the Hibernians being a member of Division 4 The representative of St Paltls branch is George F Schlaefer its efficient Financial Secretary an oldtime member and zealous worker President Mike Hoban a veteran of St Cecilias branch and an earnest work er will this year make his debut in the national body To his efforts more than anything else iisduo large an grow ing membership of the branch which honors itself in honoring him St Martins branch this year sends Pied Rush who is one of the younger members but always at the front when there is anything to be done and hia friends say this branch wade a wiae selediotiRevPather OConnor of Holy NluH branch has dope much by his active tucourag uiftflt of the society which the branch apprwdatod br aUctiitg him its delegate bofe tOUaeSt Louis and Chicago courenUonc Unfortunately he waB unabte to attend the former lint II- C 0 i will make his debut la the Supreme Council at Chicago Mrs Isabelle Scaalan who will repre sent St Mary Magdalens branch has been a member of the order for several years now holding the office of Record- Ing Secretary She is the wife of Edward Scanlan who for many years was one of the most extensive manufacturers of stoves and mantels in the country but now engaged only in the manufacture of wood mantels here Theodore Schneider the progressive President of St Boniface branch is an other delegate who has always taken a deep interest in everything conducive to the welfare of his branch and the order This branch is steadily growing and under his guidance will soon take its place among the leaders Miss Rosa McCullough deserves the honor of representing St Anthonys branch of which she has been an efficient officer since its formation and much credit for the continued increase in its membership is attributed to her zeal Another hustling delegate is Dan McDonald of St Johns branch which during the past few months has doubled its membership owing to his ability as an organizer This is not the first time the branch has honored him and his work at Chicago will compare with that of any of his colleagues Mrs Rose Roemele has been Secretary of Fathers Gabriels branch and one of the most active workers since its organi zation One of her sons who is also a member of this branch served in the army in Cuba during the late war with SpainThe New Albany branch will send as its representative popular Joe Biscopink the well known wholesale grocery sales man He is a charter member of his branch and has been several times elected to office MAY DEVOTIONS The month of May devotions will open in Holy Cross tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock The children will march and Rev Father Williams of Portland will preach the sermon for the occas- ionIRELAND Record of the host Important ofI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Richard Pitz William Barry of Birr has been appointed to the Commission of the Peace for Cork The death of Buckley Daly Chairman of the Kanturck Board Guardians was deeplyand widely deplored The relatives and friends of Mrs Maria Lennon Bridge street Westport will re gret to learn that she died at the age of eightyfour years deeply regretted The members of the Croom Rural District have passed unanimously a resolu tion denouncing the British invasion of the Boer republi inSouth Africa The members of the Kiltubridebranch of the United Irish League are doing splendid work for the Irish cause in ex tending its influence and sending finan cial support to the Central Committee Most Rev Dr McEvilly Archbishop of Tuam lately visited Westport and pre sided at the conference of the clergy of the district Very Rev Canon Greally was also present and assisted the Archbishop The Derry land cases recently heard in the northern counties have not given satisfaction to the tenants In vast num bers of cases the rents have been raised and consequently the landlords are jubi lantCounty Solicitor OGorman presided at a meeting of the Nationalists in Ballyhar County Kerry to form a branch of the United Irish League The members will push along the good work with vigor and enthusiasmAn meeting of the farmers of the Dnnaha district County Clare was held recently to establish a cream ery Rev Father Glynn spoke in favor of the project and the milk of 1000 was cows promised- A cowhouse thirteen cattle a large quantity of hay and some timber were burned at the residence of William War den near Sneem County Kerry The tenants on the Derryquinn estate will not cry over the fire Councillor Moran has given notice of motion to confer the freedom of the city of Limerick on Mr Egan Sword Bearer of the City of Dublins Civil Council be cause be refused to officiate at the Queens visit to Dublin The Longford men of the Drumard branch of the United Irish League have subscribed a substantial sum to the central fund to continue the good work of securing for the farmers full and undis mted titles to the soil of Ireland a soil that they and their forefathers have pur chased by their rent paid to alien land lords during centuries A society has been formed in Galway city for the study of the history antiqul ties and folklore of the town and county of Galway with the Hon Robert E Dillon President Most Rev Dr Healy Bishop of Cloafert Vice President T Dillon Lawson Treasurer and R J Kelly and Prof Trench Secretaries A strong council was formed The students of the Irish College in Rome gave a concert in the Kirby Me morial Hall fa honor of the Moat Rev Dr Walsh Archb shopof Dublin and the Right Xr DrjODoanell Bishop of laphoe The programme consisted of Vocal and instrumental music rendered drnirably by thij students Michael Gallagher studi nt from Donegal de livered aw address in the Irish language- At a recent mating of the Xilotallock Boardoi Guardian Dr Sheedy moved the foltowlng nao lion That M long ad Quemt Victoria lithe embodiment of a- regimeaud poHoy that naa faloaioualy tIkfced the Nad pal PaiHamant aup preseML tIt trade 4 d induMry and dad mMed the populatJHL of mr country 1M- QlltDOtaoeord hk novptiou and we- denbstmt tile Mttmof dM ftanMera ol ii c b Dublin corporation In voting her an ad dress under the circumstances- At a meeting of the Limerick city branch of the United Irish League resolutions were adopted protesting against T H Cleeve for using his position as High Sheriff to misrepresent the feelings of the citizens of Limerick in connection with the Queens visit also congratulat ing J F Egan Sword Bearer to the Dub lin corporation for refusing to participate in the show in Dublin in honor of the alien ruler or rather misruler of Ireland Kilkenny is among the foremost in the grand struggle of the land for the people Numerous branches of the United BARNEY COLL State Delegate for Indiana Irish League are being founded all over the county The men of Slieverine Mooncoin Kilmacow Mullinavatt and other districts ever identified with fights against felonious landlordism are again buckling on their armor and the land owners are dreading the new and vigor ous assaults directed against the bulwarks of Dritistimisrule A demonstration was held last month in Balleek to inaugurate a branch of the United Irish League The meeting was largely attended and marked by a spirit enthusiasm for the success of the na tional organization Richard McGhee M P and John ODonnell M P Coun ty Mayo and John F Small exM P drove over from Newry and were ac corded a hearty reception The road from Newry was decorated with flags and triumphal arches At the recent meeting of the Tu11amore Guardians W Adams presided The Boyle Board of Guardians forwarded a copy of the bill introduced into Parlia ment by Mr Tully for the amendment of local government act also sent a resolu- tIon calling upon the Government to amend the local government act Mr Tullys bill suggested the formation of a Board of Control in Dublin to include three members of the Local Government Board The resolution was approved of Patrick As McHugh Mayor of Sligo cut down a union jack floating from the Sligo Harbor Commissioners office in honor of the Queen visit Att the meeting of the Harbor Commissioners hela subsequently Arthur Jacksqa protested against the action of the Mayor in cut ting down the flag of England on such an occasion Mayor McHugh who pre sided said he was prepared to take the responsibility for his action and those who objected could take what steps they lilted An incident took place lately at the Armagh railway station on the departure of some men of the Royal IrishFusllliers to Colchester England A gathering of jingoists loyalists and Boer sympathizers accompained the men to the station The loyalist portion of the crowd were amazed by one of the soldiers singing God Save Ireland for all he was worth The refrain was enthusiastically taken up by the crowd while the jingoists listened to the patriotic strains in moody silence Hearty cheers were given for Kruger Cronje and the Boers At the last meeting of the Ballinrobe Board of Guardians John Donnelly pre siding Peter Regan said he wished to propose the following resolution Re solved That we the members of the Ballinrobe Board of Guardians and Dis trict Council take this the earliest oppor tunity of placing on record our contempt for the slavish action of the so called Nationalist members of the Dublin corporation who voted for and carried that a local address be presented to Eng lands Queen on her coming visit to Ireland for recruiting purposes II Guar dian Flannery seconded the motion andL it was enthusiastically adopted- At a meeting of the members of the Ballyshannon Branch of the United Irish League consisting of the districts of Kit barron and Innismaesaint held recently in the market house Ballyshandon Mr Michael Cassidy in the chair the follow ing resolution was carried unanimously That as attempts have been made to in terfere with the letting of the lands on the Shiel estate which are held by Cardi nal Logue and another in trust for the Shiel Hospital the funds of which are administered by his Eminence in con junction with the Most Rev Dr ODon nell Father Bernard Kelly and others we emphasize our former resolution that such lettlngs do not come within the scope of the United Irish League and we deprecate the attempts of individuals to injure a deserving charity A resolu tion was passed congratulating William OBrien and John ODonnell on the trio umph of the League of South Mayo ANCIENT ORDER OP HIBERNIANS BOSTON MAY 8 TO 12 The Hibernians have secured a rate of one and onethird fare for the round trip for their national meeting in Boston and have selected the Royal Blue routeB Ie 0 S W railroad M the official rout The committee selected the B O S Won account of its supetlbr train service and quickest time The route will be through Cincinnati Waabinton Balti more Philadelphia New York and return via PitUburt Stopoven will be allowed udesiring to do to Detailed iiifonoatiou can be badbfcalling at the B k 0 S W office southeast corner Pouch and Main atawtt p c I IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keireu DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohnCavanaugh Financial SecretaryNoJ Sheridan 2018 Lytle street- TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn J Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Plahiff 420 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady- DIVISION 6 Meet on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Frank G Cunningham- Vice PresidentJohn E Yenner Recording SecretaryL J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ J Curran 016 Thirteenth stree- tTreasurerM J McCarthy DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Dan Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial SecretaryJames OHara TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJ B Doherty PresidentWilliam Rellly Vice PresidentMike Campbell Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial SecretaryJohn Kenney Sr TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCharles P Feeney First Vice President Thos D Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording SecretaryWilliam Lawler Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TarpeySergeantJohn SentinelTimothy Lyons F3lJCKrNQHirMWEEKsu I Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Satnrdu Tuxedo Club ONE OF THE Choice Offerings of the Season FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILUAMMEHISM L Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES JACQUES 2422 St Xavier How Brown Leghorns LayTwelve hens and pullets lord 1233 eggs in 1899 Ian 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 162 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 MY SPECIALTY IS FINE WHISKY JIM MOORES PLACE 1521 Portland Ave M MURPHYDKAtSR IN GROCERIES PRODUCE MEAT8- WIseLlgorrFeed Hay Md Urals X Jff Cor Seventeenth and Portland dee HOSI FLYNNDKAIKR IK MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONUMENTS niaH w MiiuaMit K- ypn9atWection warapted I ELECTRIC FANS JJJJ GRONEN- 538 j Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND- MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a Specialty I Wiring of all Kinds Telephone 1865 M D Lawlet J FIRST CLASS GROCERY AND SALOON N W Cor Nineteenth and Duncan Fine Lunch and Music Saturday Night JOSEPH D COONEY f MANUFACTURER OF IIM LAWLERS ONARC H IIA SUPERIOR G OI3J3VOP OIGUVR 1207 West Main Street Louisville RAGANS 1 EXCANGES W Cor Preston and Market Hot Soup and Lunch Sandwiches of all kinds EDELENS Cut= Rate Drug Store SPECIAL PRICESrSwamp Root small 35c Swamp Root large 70c Harpers CephalgTne 15c Bronio Seltzer 6c Morphine 1 dr 0c Best Baking Powder SflJff Moth Balls per Ib 6e Sulphur per lb c- All Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S f E Cor 17th and Bank Sts V lWELLINGTON Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DEAISR IN PINE ANDROC1JTI AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044- AIllIllOis Gdiltral THE FAST LINE T- Oflemphis A- NDNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Daily MfMPHIS RND NfW ORlUNSlIMIHD Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and is a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m Louisville Mentphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m IHf NfW ORl NS SPfm l a Leaves Louisville at 1201 daily arriving Memphis 11 p m New Orleans 945 a m Solid Vestibuled Train with through Sleeping Cars Meals served Carn Friday this train carriesa Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car from Louis ville to Los Angeles and San Fran cisco California without any change or delay W J McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent 220 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky AII Hdnson G P A Chicago Wm Alfred Kellond A G P At Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND AH POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST 9ERMINALSS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICF No 218 Fourth Ay- e1iiI11 GAr fiiJ KyWAKRBNWM P DBPPB A GaP A CI CINNATLO o i V7 V JC NTU KYIRX H AMERItt1tlS a Bazar Bazar FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH OF WALNUT FOR THE BENEFIT OF St Mary Magdalenes Church j MAY 14 TO 23 Lunch and Refreshments Music every evening at r 8 oclock Handsome articles for sale fc AJCXIVIIS 5XO2V 4 RACESRACES i Clark Stake Thursday The Frank Fehr Stakes Saturday 44N LOUISVLLE JOCKEY CLUB 7 7J1WATHENS t mI I M fFACTORY l I Mmf BAKERY 629 Eigl1111 S11eet Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity l1500 gallons per day Goods shipped afar S as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealersI and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 i 11ii1ii MOlliluloilt 6ompan I AND BUILDERS OF IESIGNEnSII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE II flonuments i 0 t UI + SiaioiCarr ratit l1 I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I II IIIII2I II II II I 60It Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON SL ttBRANCH HOUSE 905 W MARKET i LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 428 AND 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY J rOHN E FRANI VVALTERS 11 ClayStreet Brewerys7 812 and 814 CLAY STREET rTelephone 3092 LOUISVILLE KY UNION MADE TRUSTCHIOy POTHEEN1 TOJ3ACCO SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING GOOD Mcnufa tHr8ii by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WORKS i andflavodnSTHOROUGH TRAINING 1P 0fAOApa OFTMABC WiLpa THIRD AND IIA Nr8oJoJLOUiSVILLS ICY U lJ 1 DISAPPOINTED F Tho Queens Irish Visit WasI Barton of Anticipated Results I So Says Arthur Griffiths Editor of the Dublin United Irishman Which Was Seized For Publish lug Miss Gonnos Letter Attacking Victoria DUBLINS SWORD BEARER HONORED Queen Victorias refusal to drive through the streets of Dublin when she departed for England on Thursday is a significant indication of how keenly her MARTIN CUSICK State Delegate to Hibernian Conventiou Majesty feels the coldness of her recep tion in this country says Arthur Griffiths editor of the United Irishman The in difference with which the announcement of her visit was received by a majority of the people developed into a feeling of irritation when it was discovered that the Viceroys assurance that the visit was to be a private one was not being adhered toThe unpleasant incidents which marked the night of her Majestys arrival in Dub lin incidents scarcely ulluded to by Eng lish newspapers the suppression or rather seizure of an Irish paper forty eight hours later the conferring of the freedom of the cities of imerick and Kilkenny upon the Dubljn sword bearer for his action in refusing to participate it11iiimpression hich itwas hoped the visit would make on the continent The attitude of theJrish people toward Her Majesty is known to have caused her considerable disappointment and though on no occasion was there anything in the nature of insult offered to her apprehen sons of what might possibly occur led to the employment of a corps of de tectives mounted on bicycles to guard her during her drives through Dublin in addition to the Usual guard of soldiers and policemen The general opinion held in Ireland is that the royal visit was undertaken for the purpose first of impressing conti nental nations France in particular with a belief that this country is loyal to the empire second for nullifying the efforts of those Nationalists who have been ac tively working to prevent the enlistment of Irishmen in the British army which latter received partial confirmation from Her Majestys order of raising a regiment of Irish guards and the issue by the War Office ofa green placard appealing for recruits Uto commemorate the bravery of Irish soldiers in South Africa The result of the visit will be practically nil The next few months will prob ably witness a revival of agrarian agita tion in Ireland and the founding of a national party which rejecting Parlia mentary action as a weapon against Eng land will appeal to the people on some what similar lines to the Young Ire landers THE END NOT YET Ladles Auxiliary Will Take Steps to Increase Mem bership For some time past rumors have been current that the Ladles Auxiliary con nected with the Ancient Order of Hiber nians contemplated disbanding This pastbeenlar womans organization In Louisville though It has never received the en couragment it deserved This is due to the fact that its objects and purposes have not been more generality known Miss Rose Sweeney the President when seen by a representative of the Kentucky Irish Ameaican stated that there would be no disbandment On the other hand It was contemplated holding a public sleeting in the near future when its workings would be fully ex plaiMed to those ladles eligible to mem bership Her statement was corroborated by several others who declare their prospects are now brighter than ever as the rumor mentioned above baa awak teed the members of the five divisions to theimporUace assisting this excel kiit society which bi dole each good week since it conk into judMence Those desiring application blituki can procure tom front say etthe oiMiibtn oeittb1aogeeaor XriihAaiericanto Irish Hewn Only 1 a year Cheep rr t- t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenerai- News Notes Division 2 should tnrnout strong next Thursday Division 1 will initiate a distinguished gentleman next Tuesday Accept Nick Sheridans resignation Never say the members of Division 3 John Kilker has been elected Vice President of the Young Mens Division State Secretary friends feel elated over his decision to go to Boston The annual concert and ball of Division 26 of Wakefield Mass was entirely suc cessfulThere arc several flourishing divisions in Buffalo Nearly all have ladies aux iliariesDivision 0 of St Paull reports 126 mem bers in good standing and still growing strongerAbout 150 couples attended the twenty fourth annual ball of Division 17 of Somerville Mass i National Vice President Dolan will be accompanied to Boston by a strong dele gation of Syracusans Division 1 and the Ladles Auxiliary of St Paul gave a joint ball Monday night that was largely attendedIThe Young Mens Division promises tQ make rapid progress under the guidance of President Will McCarthy State President Mrs Daly has organ ized a Ladies Auxiliary at Clontarf Minn with twentyfive members The Hibernians will give Harry Brady anything he wants No man in Louisville has worked harder for the order Division 1 of St Paul has within the past three years increased its membership from forty to 115 all in good standing About 800 participated in the grand march at the concert and ball of Division 32 in Odd Fellows Hall Boston last weekThe twentyfirst annual reception and ball of Division 4 of Albany was a grati fying success Other divisions were well represented Hibernians say one of the best events in the history of Division 50 of Boston was its recent concert and ball in Paul Revere Hall John Mansfield got in from Shipping port Wednesday evening ani attended the meeting of Division 8 Tl members were all glad to see him Hugh J Higgins was initiated Tuesday evening by President McCarthy There arc hundreds of others who should be enrolledwith the young men- The Ladles Auxiliary of Olean N Y gave a dancing party Thursday night The programme was carefully arranged and was followed by refreshments Patrtck BWIIlh of Terre Haute Chairman of theJ3oard of Public Works iasbeeji elected ndj gate to the Boston convention by the Vigo County Board The members of the Robert Emmet Dramatic Society were tendered recep lion and supper at Hibernian Hall last night in appreciation of their splendid workMike Dugan and John Niland were present Wednesday evening at the meeting of Division 3 for the first time in sev eral months They received a cordial greetingExtensive preparations are being made at Rochester Minn for the Hibernian State convention and also that of the Ladies Auxiliary both of which take place June 12 The First Hibernian regiment which will participate in the national parade next week tad its first concert and ball in Odd Fellows Hall Boston and it was a great success Division 4 has accepted the challenge of Division 8 to initiate the largest num ber of members in a given time and the contest is being watched with interest by St Paul Hibernians THEATRICALS The benefit tendered Col Meffert at the Temple Tuesday night closed that theater for the season The immense audience present evidenced the high es teem in which Col Meffert is held by the Louisville theatergoing public all of whom hope to see him again the man ager of the house which he has made the most popular in the city With nxt week comes a pleasing change at the Avenue when the Packard Opera Company will make its appearance for an extended season in a repertoire of light and standard Crasopening with Said Pasha The organization is headed by Miss Carlotta Gilman soprano whose finely trained voice and admirable acting have made her a favorite and Gilbert Clayton a familiar and popular singer and comedian The chorus of thirty is said to be well trained and handsomely costumed Besides a number of clever vaudeville specialties wilt be introduced that in no way interfere with the operatic programme Col Shaw expects crowded houses Among the well k1 wn entertainers to be seen at the Buckingham next week whose clever efforts wl make the Tuxedo Club Burlesquers one 0f the choice offer ings of the season are Frank Byron and Louise Langdon the clever pair of tra vesty artists who will produce a new concoction of oddltU i Constance Win dom the pretty and j tHe comedienne Gordon and Lick the monarchs of musi cal comedy sisters fersard acrobatic dancers Harry Htct BMH an original mirth creator Hern aril R M e cfcar actor stetchwti a d tW Vivian tiMera refined vocalists ando nediernei The women of the couipny are idtoJJe pretty wad the etla end scenery nio t elaborate If tCestleuugner has sstabWbetil 1 one of the 1iutbrauc of the Iriab National League in N Cofk with Jeho McDonald WITH THEVETS IrlshAmorlcaii Societys Hop Euchre and Picnic nt Phoenix Hill Veterans to the Reunion Will JJo Guests Blomlay Night Juno 4 Proceeds Will Be Devoted to the Newly Created Re lief rued TWO BANDS OF MUSIC ENGAGED The IrishAmerican Society at Its meet ing Thursday night ratified the action of its Entertainment Committee which decided to give a hop euchre and picnic at JAMES COLEMAN State Delegate to Hibernian Convention Phoenix Hill Park on Monday night June 4 to which all visitors and delegates to the Confederate reunion will be invited as guests of the society There will be dancing for the younger folks euchre and prizes for those who do not care to dance and various games to amuse every one Tickets have already been distributed among the members and the enthusiasm displayed points to the suc cess of the affair Morbachs baud has been secured for the concert while Scallys orchestra will furnish the dance music which is an assurance that it will be firstclass Mr Gus Kane Chairman of the Entertainment Committee and his assistants arc hard at work and the programme ar ranged is a guarantee that any one visit ing the park on that occasion will have no reason to regret it Notwithstanding the fact that Thurs day was Derby day and there were many attractions there was a fairly good attendance at that nights meeting all the officers being present except Secretary Flynn who was too ill to leave his home The usual routine business was transacted and some time given to distributing tick eta for the picnic Mr James A Watben was initiated and several applications received The next meeting will be held May 17 when several matters of interest to the members will be presented for con siderationChairman Tom Cleary of the Relief I reIportthe meeting adjourned FATHER LAMBERT Distinguished Pulpit Orator Will Conduct Mission at St Michaels Rev Father A A Lambert the dis tinguished Catholic pulpit orator and llichIaelsmorning at 10 pclock with solemn high I mass and sermon and vespers and seri mon at 730 oclock in the evening I During the week the services will con sist of masses each morning at 5 and 8I oclock followed by special instructions i Every evening at 730 the rosary will be beneIdictionon Sunday following with solemn but brilliant serv ices Father Sheridan the zealous pastor of St Michaels who secured the services of Father Lambert will also assist during the mission Special instructions will be given the children Monday Tuesday aud Wednes day at 3 oclock in the afternoon The attendance promises to be very large GREAT RACES The races for the coming week should draw the largest caowds in the history of the New Louisville Jockey Club The Clark Stakes the equal of the Derby will be run Thuasday and all the cracks are entered The Frank Fehr Stakes on Saturday will be another important event The selection of Major Castle man for Associate Judge gives universal satisfaction and is a guarantee that all races will be decided fairly Secretary Dressen is filling the position formerly held by Mr Charles F1Jice Each day has a good programme all events being well filled A WORTUYCAUSe 0jveral of Lee Days friends arc selling ticket for chancei ou a mandolin which iis to be ranted off Saturday evening Maje 36 at John Sullivans exchange NQ West Magnolia avenue Lee w a will known Mmeriek boy who JMM been iilland unable U work for several mouths iqd fU certaiulf deserting of any help which arty bt extended to h1W lfl this P s- as way j tr How t Are I Your I Teeth I II I IIfthey fixed need than attention at t- heLouisville there is no better place to II Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH STI Right Next to Avenue Theater t andtREMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental C53E3E JoU1ZTI3 ST J11 BE s If IIIIIIEIII Ittig Ii I GranW Smiths Sons K I i Funeral Directors w Nw I MktniiM IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer j Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice jjj iiCarriages TDIGHITII 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