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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y IIKENTUCKY isuA AMuRIcAN j SA UIfiiy SEPTEMBER 29 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS IJ THE BANNER DAY1 Irish Americans Carried Off tlt I lIon orat tits Elks Carnival The Multitude Enthused With James J FltzgoraldsBril liant Address Upon All Sides the National Colors and Erins Green- Intermingled SUN SMILED ON THE OCCASION The largest crowd the merriest crowd of IrishAmericans ever assembled iin Kentucky was that which gathered at the Elks carnival last Tuesday to honor IrishAmerican day and right royally did old and youug enter into the spirit of the occasion It was the banner day of the season the attendance being ove 25000The sun smiled brightly all day and the evening was an ideal one Long before the exercises began the large in closure was densely packed with people the great majority of whom were wearing the national colors of Ireland and their adopted country The scene was an im posing one and will not soon be forgot ten The turnout was one of which our citizens may well feel proud and demon strates what an important factor the IrishAmericans are to Louisville While the bands played Irish airs the throng swelled until the sea of upturned faces filled every foot of apace lu the lot surrounding the platform Upon the platform were a large number of ladies and gentlemen and when lIon Malt ODoherty who had been selected to act as Chairman stepped to the front he was warmly greeted In a brief but appropriate speech he introduced James J Fitzgerald the brilliant young Irish American lawyer and Esteemed Loyal Knight of the Louisville Lodge as the orator of the evening who was received with tremendous applause The great gathering wasexpecting an able address bat nothing so eloquent and patriotic bftdbeen anticipated Hia opening sen= tense caught the multitude which gave him the closest attention exoept when giving vent to their enthusiasm by outbursts of applause The following is a synopsis of his great oration The circumstance of propitious weather conditions and an Irish demonstration simultaneously existing is so unusual us to occasion some concern as to the stabil ity of the friendship heretofore unques tionably e+ isting bewccnJalling weather and Irish patriotism All questions must cease however when you are informed that this unusual incident is due to the playfulness of the jovial association of gentlemen whose honored guests we are On Inquiry I learned that by the original arrangement the Irish Amencan recep tion had been assigned to last Satur day when the rain fell in torrents and that this beautiful day had been set apart for our German brothers Subsequently the programme was changed and by design our Elk friends withheld the in formation from the weather man Hence thanks to their pranks and not to the prejudice of the weather man the aun has beamed on the Irish while the rain soaked the Dutch Laughter and applause In no place on earth save where the majestic stars and stripes unfurled their matchless beauties to the gaze of max tinguishable and unquestioned loyalty of Americans does an Irishman feel more at T home for in no other land does he live move and have his being with greater freedom and strange to say till recently was it true that nowhere was he more restricted or oppressed than In the little island of his fathers the land of his an cestors blessed by the blood of her sons and consecrated by the virtue of her daughters To peruse the chapters and they are long ones of Irelands unde served persecution would be the saddest task to inflict upon her posterity espec ially in the light of liberty whose bright flame burns brightly in our new home were It not for the fact that they also testify to the courage to the hope to the faith of our fathers who like job in their sorest affliction with amazing faith cried out I know that my Redeemer livethand who could pierce thedark cloud that hung above them with the eye of faith and see far beyond the star of hope which like the great star of Bethla1eo proclaimed birth the birth of political and religious liberty I aooOOUke that great Mar beckoned them Oft across the trackless sea to the crib of liberty Unholy and ua American la the heart which would conceive a plat and accursed iIs the hand that would attempt its execution which would have M 1U purpose the abridgawat of this politi cal andreligion liberty Prolonged Ap j plause There never WM a crucible iin which mens soul were more severely tried UMB that formed byth boundaries of deer old Ireland and from pone was ever poured better or purer metal from which ofthethebrm Old white Us and price less title iethathyphenMedoaetrieh- Aaedcenl tad blow proud he abooU be n iwhoiits historicall and present significance The right to join to the word Irish the word American lean unquestioned l one From the birth yea from the very allol nations he has been the coworker of her fathers and her defenders his strong arm has been and is and shall continue to be as ready and willing to protect as his keen wit is to entertain His indus try his muscle and his brain have been and are colaborating with those of his fellows in building and in defending our nation as they were in founding it The price of membership ill our Union is good citizenship and none who hath knocked at the hospitable doors of our nation and met its cheering welcome have paid that price more fully nor f better coin than our fathers come hither from the Emerald Isle applause and none have excelled in the service and in the devotion yielded by them and their sons to our common country and thanks I be to America no one more willing and proudly attests these facts than she ApplauseBut now are Irish only in that countrys history and in our love and hope for its future above all and beyond all we are Americans but so long as these words remain joinedthat is to say as long as love and gratitude shall reign in the hearts of men here in Amer ica will be sweetly sung the requiems for proudlyrtold the stories of the virtue and heroism of her sons k Here in this cosmopolitan country of ours I feel a sense of sympathy for him who can not look back across the ocean to some land as the land of his fathers or who can not look back to such a land with a feeling of pride in its history The history ofour fathers country penned by honest hands brings no blush of shame to the sons of Ireland Ther- are some Irish Americans of course un worthy of the name who either deny the nationality of their fathers or who assume au apologetic aspect when confronted with the fact yet even these pay Irelan and her sons a compliment for their ve denial is the highest tribute which could come from such ungrateful hearts Applause The chief advantage which can com from occasions such as the one now engaging us is the opportunity it affords OB to testify to our friends and neighbors ou devotion to our ancestors and to our coun try That the IrishAmericans of Louisville have fittingly responded to the gen erous invitation of our Elk friends is fully attested by the immense audience around about me nolis an additional pleasure frus to join with our fellow Louisvilllans to do honor to our friends the Elks a typical American organization who inquires not concerning the religious or political affili ations of its members but whether they believe in the existence of a Supreme Being and are loyal citizens of the Union whose motto is charity and above all whose practice is charity To hear its roster read one might be justified in be lieving it to be the rollcall of all nations because its membership is made up of the sons ofall nations who have been baptized and confirmed in Americanism Cheers and applause I am reminded by the ringing of the bells the blare of the trumpets and the beating of the omtoms that come from that festival of fun known as the tiMid way that there awaits you greater pleasure than listening to speechmaking I will therefore close by saying as a greeting from the IrishAmericans Long live the Elks God bless them for their liberality May their prosperity grow with the times The colored people had an enjoyable day Monday the feature of whichwas the cakewalk There was great rivalry for the monster cake which was furnished by T J Wathen the Eighth etxeet con fectioner whose booth on the grounds was always crowded The Elks have acceded to the wishes of the merchants and business men and will continue the carnival for another week Special programmes and new fea tures will be arranged for each day Mondays receipts have been generously donated to the Newsboys Home I EUGENE DEBS COMING I A Candidate of the Social Democracy For the Presidency Eugene V Debs the wellknown So cialist Democrat and laborreformer will be the first Presidential candidate to visit Louisville during this campaign The Campaign Committee has arranged for him to speak here Friday night and are planning to have a big rally with excur sions from the nearby towns Eugene Debs baa many ardent admirers in this heretoforebeentheir intention of casting their ballots for him The Social Democrats haveplaced tWrtyfiyehtMeequiet way Their claim to a lartelyIn creased vote will not create much ant price to those who are watching events day by day w DANOBMI PASSBD The community wen shocked ltweek to twin that joha M lloy the well1 JIMIdUWeer of pneumonia His friend will ell relieved when they red that ah don gar ia plltaad that the gmttleman is agaim tell to tie sitb6 etore t j a DESTITUTION Now Faces tho Striking Coal Miners in tho Anthra cite Region Father Ducey Visits tho Homes of tho Victims of tho Coal Barons His Awful Arraignment antI ttWarning to the Rail road ICings SOME TOUCHING DOMESTIC PICTURES Rev Thomas J Ducey the wellknown New York clergyman who is noted for his interest in the cause of honest labor last week visited the anthracite coal re glons of Pennsylvania Before his return he gave out the following letter from Hazelton graphically describing the situ ation and placing the coal barons and railroad kings in their true position Last Tuesday morning I made my first visitation to a miners home and the homes of many miners There was ro CorIit was a pilgrimage to the shrine of knowledge and the shrine of hearts to The romance was in the retroactive as well as the present and the future The ittheepictureegal in the pure air of the Island of Saints This old couple were married Isledinryfree America their struggle in the dark coal mines of Pennsylvania I Yet the old man and his uponein the decline of their years He looked like a venerable patriarch surrounded as boysrThe couple had fought a dark fight in the coal region They had raised up largeIheartedfullness of stalwart manhood stoutly fightly for theiri rights ad thei rlgk of their feUowrrwageweikersl eieUingli- be the slaves of any man or corporate slaves in this free land the jjoint support of their venerable parents fearing no man and believing in God sorrowing that the avarice of coal barons and rail road kings forbids them the responsi bility of holy marriage for they fear they can not bring up their children and edu cats them in their present condition and they dread the step lest God should bless them with offspring and they would be obliged to blight their young brightness and sand them into the darkness of the minesWhat a blessing it is to the priest to come near the hearts of the people in humble life cast in heroic molds I What particularly struck me in the homes of the miners of the South Side mines was that the houses are more roomy and have little pieces of ground around them while interiorly they are kept very neat and simple This interior neatness Is an act of the tenants exteriorly they are shells They might be forty thirty or twenty years old There is not a vestige of paint ou them and in the severe win ter of four or five months when the snow is on the ground and the wind is bowling and the people get out with difficulty I wonder how they can exist in these wind holes creations of the companies and the railroads- I noticed in a number of these knock togethers of the coal company for which the company receives j4 a month and more the miners have enormous stoves larger than the ordinary range and big enough to do the cooking of a small hotel beautifully polished the steel frames evidently kept bright with emory polish The miners tell me each of these consumes in winter at least a ton of coal a month These company huts or cot tages all I entered have three rooms and a shanty attached to the rear of the house One of the miners told me they were obliged to have a stove in each room and even then they could not at times have sufficient warmth- A man respected by all who knew him said when I spoke about the ranges being large enough for a hotel that last winter he had two of them going and a parlor furnace with a pipe running upstairs nevertheless he saidwe bad nights when we hugged the ranges to keep warm la most of the young miners Mamas the pictures were beautifully painted the stalwart muscular fattier clear of eye with an boBattruthful fNrIairsurrounded by his little ones proud of them loving them and they in return loveeforl looking up to her Husband and with pride looking down on the children with a selkUud of a fond mother 1I heart All koMte5 I sew were peat and tidy end the children were comfortably and fittingly dreeted They looked well fed and jMurialied and said plainer than words cooklMy Father and scoter look ont enddwy aiJaDdbe mad strong Paper std mouser may km to take oc hem rrhool tad Matt the boys into the bpaafters when they are tten- or eleven Thank Godi1Ji little ones cau hot think this out bjefike agony is always at the thoughtful fa j f and mother heart- i have been 111 njjrfqualkl homes of miners and the minetetdo not like to have it said that theyjge in squalor The bewes I visitedymre the Englishj ing homes of CaJJjbMes Irish and Amer I I leans Remember these homes were not II hadIno knowledge otl y coming ar rived at their doontV This is simply the picture of these miners homes today They have had a J9perous season they have tried to cleatySp their arrears They have given their families every necessary comfort in keepls3vithl their means and station This iIsfttw picture of their homes nowa piefiire of decent Christian poverty tBut if the coalljarons and the coal railroad kings wiUwoi listen to the voice of justice and rigft in a Jew weeks all will be changed Gaunt destitution wilt enter these homes ithe smiling happy innocent children Will be crying with hunger the heartbreaking sobs must drive their parcutsito the verge of mad ness Let the railroad kings and coal barons if they call themselves Christians think that the Ito y Scriptures and the Divine Master teach that one of the sins crying to heaven for vengeance on a plane with wilful murder is the depriv ing of the laborer of his hire It is a grave mortal sin crying to heaven for vengeance as loudlyas wilful murder If the laborer is defrauded of all his hire the sin is graver but it is also grave and cries to heaven fort vengeance if the laborer receives not a proper living wage to care for himself and his family How can men onmillions see their families daily clothed in purple and fine linen feasting sumptuously knowing that the wives and children of their humbler brethren arechilled and starved to death Is it notjjenough to bring the vengeance of God sooner or later to these men and have tfbem see their chil dren drunkards and debauchees and on the road to death tnd disgrace before they are thirty Have we not many such examples in all our large cities today Is this Gods retributive justice a rich man died and was buried in hem May Gods mercy touch the hearts of all and may just arbitration bring speedy relief and joy into the homes and hearts of those who are now fearing for the worst ANOTHER NOMINEE+ 4N- Ietti + t J tgr a Demo = erotic Friends Runni n Him ForTruateo The friends of Sebastian J Gruber have nominated him for School Trustee for the Eleventh and Twelfth wards and are working earnestly for his election The nominee who is the son of the late Sebastian Gruber was born in the Twelfth ward and received his education in the parochial and public schools of this city After completing his educa tion he became associated with his father with whom he continued in business until his marriage at the age of twenty four when he started out for himself at Twentysixth and Portland avenue where he is still located and doing a very suc cessful business Mr Gruber has always been a strong Democrat His work for Bryan and the regular Democratic ticket four years ago helped materially in bringing out the big vote cutUeiaa1aoa charter member of the famous Bandana Club ofwhich his brother John Gruber oM now the PresidentAlways successful and noted for his integrity and business acumen hla legion of friends and particularly worklngmen feel that his election would be of incal culable benefit to the great mass of our people Mr Gruber isi now fortyfour years of age and well equipped for the office At prevent he has two opponents TWIN OIItLS Thehappieet1UII oe Portland avenue isi James P Moore who bas become the father of leyely twin gfeto Tito feet wee late in being made knwn but hie host of friend nave not bach deterred in ten dosing their congratulations and wihiog for him cud time Mttle open cllmanner of blessing Their 1valwi 1becelebraiecl with elaborate ceremonies tomorrow afternoon Aa they yill Ireland Vote powerto yatteosaO- PfNCa I It 0LBARY puringthe past week popular Con OLeary wea appointed a member of the poiieefefce by the Boat of Safety He f ncteraibe wmnfceenriTcelk tctVar i fc FATHER FOWLER New 1riqr of the Dominican Church Makes a Flue Impression Preached His First Sermon to Largo Congregation Last Sunday People Have Itcason to Be Proud of Their Grand Efforts COMPLIMENT TO FATHER LOGAN Rev Father Fowler the new Prior of St Louis Bertrands church entered upon his duties this week He was greeted by large congregations at all the masses last Sunday and expressed his gratification thereat in his sermon The reverend gentleman made a fine impression and that the parish will coutinue its success ful career under his guidance is already conceded From his sermon we make the following extracts My beloved people it is hardly neces sary for me to introduce myself because as I understand it I have been intro duced to you long ago by the newspapers of thisplace Nevertheless it is incumbent upon me to say a few words at the begin ning of my occupancy of the office of Prior of St Louis Bertrands parish It certainly gives me a great deal of pleasure to be among a people of whom I have heard so much No matter where you go among the Dominican fathers you will hear words of praise in behalf of the people of St Louis Bertrands and there Is nothing more encouraging to a priest than to come among a people who are Catholic at heartgood Catholics who are loyal and devoted to the church Certainly the fathers of the Dominican order have reason to be proud of the grand efforts that have been made here by the people during the years they have labored among them Last week I looked over the books and I find the church is in a magnificent condition There Is nothing more to be asked Itiindicates that you are actuated ViiV BW oJIEHffi r w1Icli sIt i diasplreevery right mind and therefore brethern I congrat ulate myself that I received the peculiar honor of being appointed pastor of this church and prior of the convent For the last thirteen years I have labored among many people and have seen many changes I came among you a total stranger to you and you are total strangers to me but from what I know and from what I have seen in the few days I have been herethe number of people approaching the sacrament this morning children and grown peopleI know that you are imbued with the ideas of religion which are conducive to spiritual welfare It speaks well for the parish for the people for the parents and for the children and this work will con tinue There is no doubt but that the people of this parish will continue to support any Dominicans that may come among you You consider the sacrifices that we have madegiving up homes and family and all that we hold dear to con secrate our lives to the service of God This is our only missiontherefore we are here to minister to you It is the one motive that inspires every Dominican There are times in a priests life when we meet all characters of peoplethe rich poor learned and ignorant but bretheru when we come among a people who we feel are interested in the things of God then indeed it Is a great encouragement to us for it iis the only consolation that we have It is the beginning the end of the mission which comes upon the priest on the day of his ordination You are going on steadily in virtue you are making good use of the sacraments and there has scarcely been a Dominican here who has not gone forum from this place with words of praise on his lips I know that I will receive the same encouragement and support from you that has been ten dered the priests who have been here in the past There are many things to be done in behalf of the church and there is no surer teat of the peoples Catho licity that they have faith in God and religion than by advancing the churchs interests lu one way or another Of course we have a material side as well as spiritual side but it is a source of gratification the many thousands here that the church is in splendid condition financially in splendid condition spirit ually I know my work will be arduous work I kniwtheman who preceded me I had the singular privilege of being a companion life in Washington for three years and I know that he was a man singularly active in the duties of his call tlaga mat foremost in those things which are conducive to the welfare of the people I know there is a great work before toe but with the help of God I hope to succeed I know with the sup port that you will gie with the kindly feeling that has always been die played here in this parish I will be able to do this work Now my dear Mend T congratulate you and I bOpeattheencloltbMe year to W able congratulate you again Oat whet you have done for me I will do ell in my power to nJ1our iatereMa and far lion tbl Iwill give apadel nttaNaat+ gatidtetsto thofthe 0nr i I children For five years I had charge of a Suudayschoo Ifwe bring up our children properly and instill into their minds piety and devotion they will be a pride to their parents and an honor to their church Now it seems hardly necessary for me to say any more It will be my hearts ambition to advance the interests of the people of this parish I know I will receive help and support from you and in doing this you will very materially assist us It is true we are cast in various spheres of life We see around us the poor the rich the learned and ignorant j some receive blessings of temporal kinds power riches and wealth but this is not all dearly beloved breth ern It has been well said by spiritual writers that there Is but one thing neces sary and that is the salvation of our immortal souls It is only when we con template the sufferings of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ that we can realize the value which Almighty God places upon our souls The salvation of our souls remains with ourselves We neither enjoy God for eternity or we can be damned forever in heUit remains for us to determine There is one thought that should be uppermost in our minds and that is God in heaven to whom is due all honor and praise BIG TURNOUT Tho IrishAmerican Society Exports One Thursday Night The regular meeting of the IrishAmer ican Society takes place at Hibernian Hall next Thursday night and a great turnout of members is expected as there will be the largest number of applications presented that has ever come before the body Since the banquet at Music Hall this organization bas leaped to the front and for the next few mouths its growth promises to be phenomenal Many of the members are in favor of repeating the splendid reception and banquet so well arranged by Messrs Byrne Flynn Kane Claire McShsne Kenney Mulloy Cleary and the others of the Executive and Entertainment t Committees Besides there will be much business of interest to all IrishAmeri cans and those whose applications have been presented should be present for initiation by President Feeney I YOUNG MENS UNION lr do ishoplMcEaul + s JdofCetthollc Foderar tlon The Catholic Young Men s National Union which this week held its annual convention in New York City decided toi assist in the formation of a national feder ation for the purpose of furthering the interests of the people who embrace the Catholic faith Bishop McFauls idea of a federation off every Catholic club and society in the United States to be formed by the appointment of delegates to attend a mon ter massmeeting of delegates from every prominent club and society throughout the country to be held in New York city on Thanksgiving day November 20 was unanimously adopted by the convention and committees were appointed to carry the plan into effect Among the large Catholic organizations in the United States which are to be embraced in the proposed federation of Catholic clubs are the Knights of Colum bus Knights of St John the Catholic Benevolent Legion the Ancient Order of Hibernians the Young Mens Institute the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union the IrishGerman Societies ol America the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America and the Catholic Knights of America Besides these organizations there are scores of others of less promi nenceThe convention ended Its business Wednesday The next convention will be held at Philadelphia The national officers elected were PresidentRev F H Wall of New York First Vice President Rev B J Bogan of Rahway N J Second Vice PresidentJoseph F Kenny of Brooklyn Secretary and TreasurerEdward Pi Gallagher of Philadelphia S s TRINITY COUNCIL BENEFIT The Royal Knight a pleasing drama front the pen of Joseph E Hill the wellknown Louisville elocutionist and actor will be presented at Library Hall on Thanksgiving eve for the benefit of Trinity Council YM I Rehearsals began last night and a satisfactory pro- ductionis promised QUITS TUB SHOPS Pat Cain for many years a popular em ploys in the L N shops resigned his place last week to engage in business for himself He hat fitted up a neat saloon at 1839 West Grayson where he will be pleased to receive his friends and former fellowworkmen All wish him success in his new venture W ANNUAL OPENING Tire fifth annual openingl of Prof Dowds dancing academy takes plies Monday night in the Polytechnic build lag Decides the classes titers will be Iisocial dance wary Monday Wednesday ami Saturday night duriitf the naeou This academy isi well conducted sad bean e eneUent reputation I Y a INSURANCE Ancient Order of Hibernians May Make It a Feature Here Subject Will Receive Earnest Consideration Until Next January Has Been Conducted Success fully at Small expense Elsewhere I FAVORED BY THE COUNTY BOARD During the next three months the Hi bernians of Jefferson county and the State will have before them an important proposition which may result in the adoption of an insurance feature similar to that now prevailing in many States throughout the Union ti At the last meeting of the County Board of Directors the subject of levying a uni form assessment for the purpose of creat ing an insurance fund was debated at length The fact was brought out that the insurance laws adopted and now in force in many States have proven very beneficial in increasing the membership t while the cost was only nominal Of course membership in the insurance branch will not he compulsory but it is thought that with the many advantages offered but few will refuse to enter the new movement Already it seemslo have met with the approval of such well known members as County President Keenan Secretary William Meehan and President John Hennessy The matter was brought up at the meet ing of Division 4 last Wednesday night and will be submitted to the other divis ions as they meet and upon their action hangs the fate of the movement Quite a number of members who have been in terviewed refused to state their position preferring to wait until the plans and as sessment rates have been more fully form ulated though their remarks indicate earnest support of any feasible plansThe order is growing rapidly and many argue that a stable insurance feature would ladue man oung ru ntobecotioM memBersl t J iTire originators onthe ideawisb airthe divisions to discuss this subject at their meetings after which a vote of the membership a will be taken and If favorable laws will be adopted for the government of the new branch which will place all on an equal footing and assure them ade quate protection in case of death or disa bility The County Board of Directors have isssued call for a special convention of the entire County Boardwhich will meet in Hibernian Hall next Tuesday ofsimportance to the membership that require immediate consideration and every officer in Jefferson county should be there to represent his divisio- nGENERALI MEETING g What Was Done On Monday Night For the Sistors Bazar The ladies and gentlemen representing the various congregations interested in the bazar to be held at Music Hall com mencing October 16 for the benefit of the Sisters of Mercy had a general meeting in St FranclV Hall Monday evening The occasion was notable owing to the fact that the Rev Father Walsh who has recently returned from Europe was preseut and opened the meeting with prayer Quite a large number of ladies A and gentlemen were on hand and a num ber of the clergy The representatives of the various congregations reported excellent f progress and from the enthusiasm displayed there is no doubt left in the minds of any as to the success of the bazarThe committee appointed to secure a suitable place for displaying the trap which is to be raffled reported that the building at the southwest com rof Fourth and Walnut had been secured and that the trap would be set up ffor ex hibition during the coming week This will be quite a feature and In addition will be a good advertiser for the hazer and the gentlemen composing this com mittee are to be complimented on recur ing such a good site for the exhibition of this trap On next Monday evening there will beheld y in St Francis Hall a meeting of the ladies interested in the dining room to perfect arrangements for the dinners which are to be served daily for the btui ness men of the city No effort is being spared to make these dinners a success b The next general meeting will be field at St Francis Hall on October 7 NARROW ESCAPE James Keuealey prominent hlUlbel- sinclrc1esi and also in the Cainolle Knights who wasserknisiy burned by ao explosion of molten bras inlht VNshop several wfeeks JOia again able to be outalthough his foot Is still far tram welii His escape friwu fatal lnjory wan auto miraenloua Tire burps he Sue tained was yety painful n V i r iitiiiaiaWliiirihimiihiirii Ii rII ID3NTUQKY XIU a AM ROAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflft ININNNNNNIINNNMNN evatcd te the Moral an4 Beaks Advancement of all Irisli Americans WXLLIAM A2 MXQOZ1 I9 publlher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY b c Entered mt the Lonltvllle Postof Ice as SecondClass Matter Ataietiall nlar akaUeRI tll tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Welt Greet StreetI t LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1900 GREAT DAY ALL ROUND The IrishAmericans of this city with commendable public spirit manifested their appreciation of the Elks courtesy in setting apart day for them at the carnival by z turning out in such large numbers as to break the record for attend ance which reached 25000 0 I the other hand the Elks were truly delighted not only by the enormousI attendance but by the character of t entertainment furnished by their 6 t IrishAmerican guests It was a great day all round and materially contributed to the universal success of the carnival as well as upheld the well known enterprise and jovial nature of the Irish people THE MINERS STRIKE i The miners strike in the Penn sylvania anthracite region is being conducted peacefully with every indication of success The only disturbance was by Hungarians causing the calling out of militia iinI one district where all has since bee quiet The clergy and public generally are aiding the strikers and urging the operators to recede from r their arbitrary and defiant position The first and an important break in the operators ranks was Co running the largest mines a Hazleton who agreed to arbitration on Tuesday all their employes I returning towork Wednesday Th local operators generally will likely follow the Markle Company and the final fight will be with the rail road coal companies and the miner- hold the winning hand in that end of the fight in which they can appeal to the law in a way that will1 kill the corporation combination i clear violation of the law The turn in the strike has its effects o- London n stocks in the New York and markets where mostof these stocks are owned aud unless some uafor- bstacleseen o intervenes the coal managers will soon be forced by their stockholders to also follow the Markle Company and agree to 4arbitrate This the miners will b satisfied with as they are sure to obtain some redress thereby It i to be sincerely hoped these results may be attained and the strike ended soon and it is encouraging to not that such are the indications SITUATION IN ENGLAND At last the British Parliament has been dissolved and an election ordered only four weeks being allowed for nominations and canvass before the people The Gov j ernment has evaded a Parliament ary election for over two years many matters of importance being deferred rather than risk their submission to Parliament lest they result in disagreement necessitat ing a dissolution andelection thus bringing these questions before the people These questions have been withheld dodged and pigeonholed and now with only a short cam- Paign they are not likely to become general issues to harass the Govern merit candidates and cause their defeatThe Irish question will not be an issue outside of Ireland f the Australian government liaise will be con used to Ajistralia the cotters grievances may affect results in Scotland but these sections of the empire would vote antigovernment ulaudwillremain a minor ity The bulk of members are from c England camrPafinr wiU hardly allow the gloryof the Boervictory to be counteracted by criticism of tie foreign policy and blunders the mlsgoverumeut of colonies ttejaisnunagementaod shortcoming in the l QoTerninent departments that might result from a general discussion and further more there is not time to permit o any combination or union of the issuesaThe Government has carefully pre pared for the contest before th ea people which had to come an organizationIpossession of power and information in position to dictate the issue with the opposition allowed no time to meet it there is every likelihood heartyLaccord with the Salisbury Govern ment regardless of its failures what it has done or proposes to do LABEL MUST STAND When a labor organization via lates its agreement with employers3 it is justly condemned and the con demnation is generally conspicuous in the daily papers When employ ers violate an agreement with organizations it may be publishedI in the news columns but rarely i Thne United Typothetae originally a commendable organization of print ling employers to advance and protect the interests of the craft ha fallen into bad hands and is now thedisregardintall fairness and decency To th credit of printing employers gener havee manifested their disapproval of the Typothetae by tearing it and iit has degenerated to a small crowd of unsas vory records for dishonesty and dis turbance of the craft A few years ago when this ele thne minority an agreement was enteredI into with the International Typographical Union for the settlement of any and all differences existing priatineg Statedand Canada and under its provis ions the honorable employers andl the union have progressed amicably soreheadseopposed to the agreement when isiitt and persist in their enmity and dis honorable course resulting in thei thee decent employers and employes ofr the craft and their loss of profitable e trade everywhere The union labelthe stamp ofr honest printingthey want andl have resorted to every dishonorable effort they dared to to obtain it Failing in this they now seek tto have it outlawed and at their secre meeting in Kansas City the pastt week they denounced the label andI decided to go into court and tes the law upholding it This meansI they will attack the laws requirin- the union label on public printing and this city will likely be one ofE the places where that effort will be made as a nonunion firm here hasI been resorting to every sort of trick to that end in the past few yearsI and is still at it in the City Hall The Typographical Union will undoubtedly meet the issue wherever made And this is simply the car rying out of a persistently dishonorable course ignoring and violet lug an agreement between their organization and the Typographical Union Politics aside workingmen gen erally regret the defeat of Albert S Berry for nomination for reelection to Congress in the Sixth Coving ton Kentucky distrtat Mr Berry as a member of the Newport Conn cl1iu Mayor of tint city in the legislature and Congress and as an individual pea been a teatready and earnest advocate o1the f rj working people Most of the adverse legislation to labor defeated and all favorable results to labor in this State and in Congress since he has I been a member has found him active on the right side His defeat for the nomination means his retirement from Congress as Mr Berry is too honorable to be a bolting candidate no matter what may be the pretext and he will be missed at Washington by none more than by the working men Johnny Bull having failed t cajole Uncle Sam into following him in the Chinese row now seemi disposed to swing onto your Uncles messfJohnny is however a trifle apprehensive of what grandson Willie iis up to and therefore uncertain as tc the safest course to pursue chances eafor profitable results of course be ing considered that Russian bear on the north China border and the pesky French on the south China border being the rent cause off Johnnys pertubation The United States Russia and France alone seem satisfied with the course of Chinese affairs since they are hav lugt their own way about it The New York Sun is daily los ing votes for the Republican party by its contiuued hostility to organ ized labor Hanna Platt Roose velt Odell and others will find thisi out They can not secure the votes of the workingmen while indirectly- r furnishing that notorious rat sheet their partys patronage Unless- s i they speedily discontinue their sup port of the scab Sun they will cer tainly receive a stinging rebuke iin November sThe Board of Aldermen have sub mitted to the decision of the Court IIof Appeals which granted a perpet ual injunction against that body sit toeoust Gen Castleman from the Board of Park Commissioners Tuesday night they adjourned sine die and then City Attorney Stone scooted off to New York A contrary peacock and two quar relsoine women caused a murder Little perversities sometimes bring terrible results It were better to let the foolish peacocka bird never credited with more sense than to struthave its way Reductions in wages are daily be coming more fiequent now extends ing from Norwich Conn to Tampa Fla What has become of the pros perity we have been hearing so much about Dispatches from Rome state that 1tbe Holy Father gave benediction to 20000 pilgrims Wednesday They also report him in excellent- r health The Elks carnival has proved so popular that the public demand for its continuance for another week rcould not but be acceded to lSENSATIONAL An Alleged Fenian Plan to Indet pendencet cablegramtposted give it no credence The only sarigbe that which emanates from the United Irish League and the National party Wild dispatches like this one will receive little attention by the intelligent Irishmen of this country The dispatch says Information has been obtained that the Fenians whose headquarters and most determined chiefs are in Paris are preparing for a coup for Irish indepen dence Arthur Lynch now oa hia way- to America by a French steamer it is said was sent by Patrick OBrien a member of Parliament and Maud Goane to bring back ammunition and rifles and above all fearless intelligent Irishmen eapab1eOlOOIItrolUul aad leading the isgivenPLEASE RETURN Some person attending the banquet of weektOeare requested to return to this office It te hisdepartdfathr1MYAN TO SPBAK John Flyaa Chairman of the Floyd County Ceatral Cotmoittee baa Beta la wiltaddresSaturday eveningI October 8 From there Mr Bryan WW go totaoalDJewbere sandier address made 1 j- I fi Charles Ahrens and wife spent the past week at West Baden Springs F Fadden has returned from a sojourn at West Baden Springs Mrs N P Whalen of Versailles where Tuesday attending the carnival C OConnor was among the Louis villians registered at West Baden this weekMrs Mollle Burke of Owensboro where this week visiting Mrs Strong oti Willow avenue JjMiss Anna Belle Curtinhas returned from Pewee Valley where she visited the Misses Murphy Miss Mary Fleming left Monday fo r Cincinnati where she will complete her musical studies Mrs John Whalen of New Albany who has been visiting friends in Chicago is expected home today Mrs William Carroll and daughte r Louise of New Castle have been visiting friends herefor several days Miss Eliza Kinkead of Lexington arrived here this week on a visit with Miss Elizabeth Akin Third street twfo fair carnival visitors have returned to their home in Nelson county Miss Leta Duffy had as her guests a her home in Jeffersonville this week the Misses Shannon of Lexington Miss Della Moran of Pittsburg has been visiting Miss Leta Duffy in Jef fersonville returned home today James McKenna and his pretty daughter of Fairfield were here this week vij itiug Charles White 1021 West Jefferson street Mrs Thomas ODonnell Ohio avenue Jeffersonville has as her guest this week her mother Mrs F A Martin of Comis key Ind Dan Hartnett returned home yesterday from Martinsville Springs where he had been visiting for his health during the pSt month viet lUng her mother Mrs Jesse McCoy Twentysixth and Bank streets returnedI to Frankfort Mrs W W Burke has left for her home in Owensboro While here she was the guest of Mrs J T Fitzgerald 2116 West Walnut The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Unity Council of New Albany will give another series of their delightful dances during the coming season i Miss Mattie Ryan 9f Paducah is in the city visiting relatives and friends For the past few days she was the guestt of Mrs Samuel Quick Miss Josephine Murphy who has been the guest of Mrs Creed 1204 East Market street New Albany has returned to her home in Frankfort George Bierod arrived home Saturday last after spending three months in Ger many and France enjoying splendidI health and pleased with his trip Jim Ross and Jim Sexton chaperoned a stag party at the carnival IrishAmeri can night and made themselves heard everywhere especially on the Midway Joe Carey left this week for Paris Tenn where he will be employed in the L N shops at that place Joes friends here will greatly miss his smiling countenance William A Hagan of Nelson county and Miss Cora Bowman of Daviess county were married this week Both are well known and highly respected young people Miss Isabella Kellaher has returned to Cincinnati after a delightful visit wit Misses Goldie and Nellie McKenna iin Jcffersouville who entertained hand somely in her honor A little boy visitor has brought happi ness to the home of Mr and Mrs John Hehir 2410 High street The event will1 be duly celebrated with a reception to the friends of the family Miss Katie Sullivan one of Frankfort- fairest daughters and her brother Frank have returned to their home after a de lightful visit with their cousin John Sullivan 314 East Breckinridge street Wednesday evening there was a pretty home wedding ia Jeffersonville Miss Margaret Farrell aad Will Rippetoe ot Terre Haute were united at the home o the brides parents They will make their home In Terre Haute Mrs John Arts wife of the wellknown n Paducah contractor arrived here Sunday on a visit to Mrs William Liebeuthal 9011 Rowaa street Before returning home Mrs Arts will spend several days ia the convent at Lexington with her titteri Jim McKelraass frfad My that he- mutt sally a rabbit feet H he hoodooed them all ia friendlygame of poker last Monday evening The states were that the lotera aboMld pay the winners expenses ia a trip to the carnival Irish American day Misses Katie and Bridgte JUordaa are home agalu after aa extended Visit to the principal BKefera chins While ia BeaniagtOB Vt titer were tie guests of their coutio Ear A JaIM1aJeovisited frlandro tile Rut 1 ACn alutkam of HotfCTOM church tilt city The ragageiaeut it anaoaaocd of Mite Mary Carton of TweotyJocuthaad Grey son and Stephen Coqaolly a rreilkaeWa- n I r k I marriageIbe a pleasant surprise to their many friendsI Mrs William Rcilly and son John who for the past month were the guests of Mrs James Wolfe 1620 Eighth street- f have returned to their home in Brooklyn N Y While here they were shown much social attention and their visit was 9a pleasant one They carried away with them several souvenirs as mementos from Kentucky The engagement of Miss Mary Smith and Joseph Nalley has been made public asand their nuptials will be solemnized October 24 Miss Smith is the charming daughter of Charles Smith manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company The groom is a member of the firm of Nalley Co and the son of Mrs E T Nalley 232 Caldwell street Richard Sprauer and Miss Annie Moungie wellknown and popular young people of Parkland were united in mar riage Wednesday evening at Holy Cross church Rev Father Cunningham performing the ceremony The large number of relatives and friends present almost filled the handsome little church The bride wore an elegant bridal gown and presented a lovely appearance A merry crowd of Portland young peo pie spent a pleasant dayat Shawnee Park last Sunday Those of the party were Misses Lillian Lula and Mayme Schrei- ber Marie Von Roeuu Bee Malarkey Kate and Margaret OConnell Kittle Cannon of New Albany Kate Henley JtDawson her Ed Weber Frank Scholtes and Dolph Forester beautifulfdaughter A the merchant tailor and Joseph Goss son of Charles Goss the mineral water dealer and prom inent in German circles will be united in marriage at St Vincent de Pauls church on Wednesday morning October 17 The knot will be tied by Rev Father Ohle who will also celebrate the nuptial mass Miss Susie Dacher will be the maid of honor and Herman Schweiters brother of the bride the best man The ushers will be Louis Goss Charles Becker Clem Schildt and Mason Goss The ceremony will be witnessed by a host of friends of the contracting parties Among the pretty weddings announced for October is that of Miss Josephine Kehl the charming daughter of Mrs Laura Kehl East Madison street and Leonard Landwehr one of the well known young men of the East End which will be solemnized with nuptial mass at St Martins church on Wednes day morning October 3 Rev Father Franz officiating After the ceremony the newly married couple and their im mediate friends will he served an elegant wedding breakfast at the home of the brides mother where they will for a time make their tome Both are well known and quite prominent in German social circles in the East End The Cathedral was the scene of an un usually pretty wedding last Wednesday afternoon The contracting parties were Miss Katie Cross the amiable and lovely daughter of Officer Mike Cross and Will lam Welsh n popular foreman with Ahrens Ott The couple were united by Rev Father Schuhman and were attend ed by Miss Mayme Welsh and John T Keaney The bride was handsomely at tired and carried a large boquet of Bride roses After the ceremony a largely at tended reception was held at the home of the groom They are both well known among the best people of the Highlands where they will reside having gone to housekeeping on Baxter avenue RECENT DEATHS John Curran who had been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth hospital died Wednesday His funeral occurred Thurs day morning from St Patricks church The friends of Miss Sallie Foley who died Saturday afternoon at her home 2147 Duncan street took place Monday morning The deceased was the daughter hof James Foley The funeral obsequies over the remains of Mrs Rose Walsh were held at the Ca thedral last Monday morning Her death occurred at her home 641 Seventh street Saturday evening after a short illness The interment was in St Louis cemetery Elizabeth Kealty the Eour Year old Kealtysdied last Tuesday evening at 8 oclock The funeral took place from the resi dence 1185 Sixth Street Thursday after noon and from St Louis Bertrauds church at 230 The interment was in St Louis cemetery OConnellt Patf ricks church solemn requiem ulnas being celebrated The deceased had for many years been a resident of the West End The late Daniel OConnell was her ton and one son survives her James OConnell of 1905 High avenue The announcement of the death of Patrick Lenihan was a gricvious shock to the many friendeol that exemplary young man whose life was cut short by the dread typhoid fever His funeral took place from the Dominican church Wednesday morning aad the services were very largely attended The deceased was an affectionate and dutiful eon with a bright future before him and hia tad taking off at the age of seventeen Ifc an awful lose to his friends For tome time pant he uaa been with he livening Poet pyre he was held iia high aataaai The rawaiaa were interred in the 9t Johns OMuetary Vnyo tl plainer materials for waiatawill be bfaWad with Military ef feet which h fraqMRtly aecwnd bycco ia biataf a broad Bncgbabraid with aa oatuofaoathachr Q L J t t t + + + + + + + + + + + N INrH rllI1II +IoHI t FRANK EWYBRANT I PHOTOGRAPHER NEW GALLERY 652 FOURTH AVE OPPOSIr zOSTOrirlol3 Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds t+H M M+ + M M M M t H M M M M+ HHWHHIrtIHlHi i Tt JWATHENSr mf CREAMf M FACTORY lCREAMERYf AND BAIERY Edo E iglxtlx StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams pergallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 JOBEE E PRINTINGE E The 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continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will v endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon forts every word SUBSCRIBE NO- WAdvertisers 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 F results RS it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens if Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the u K I K IRISHH AMERICAN- u KENTUGEY 4g 3326WEST GREEN STREET LABOR WORLD 1 Committees Named to Arrange For the American Federa tion GonTontloiii The Tobacco Trust Denounced For Searching Its Fenmlo- dnploycs Central Labor Union RealizesI Neat Sum From Labor Day Picnic SYNOPSIS OF BUSINESS TRANSACTED An unusually large number of dele gates were assembled at Becks Hall last Sunday afternoon when Vice President James Martin called the Central Labor Union to order Credentials were re ceived and the following delegates seatedSalesmenGeorge W Peter S C MooreBarbersOtto Winstel The delegates from the tobacco workers union presented a communication calling attention to the humiliating treat ment of women and girls employed in the trust factories who are compelled to submit to being searched by men be fore leaving their work The Central Labor Union was asked to condemn this action and request all union men not to purchase trust goods The request was unanimously concurred in and the action of the union indorsed A communication was received from Samuel Gompers President of the Amer ican Federation of Labor notifying the Central Labor Union that the annual convention would be held earlier this year than usual and asking that no so cial features be prepared which will interfere with the sessions of the conven tion which convenes December 5 Representatives of the WellsWhitehead Company of Wilson N C were present and asked the indorsement of the central body for the cigarettes made by that firm whose factory is union throughout The indorsement was given The Labor Day Committee made its report which was a most satisfactory one showing that a handsome sum had been realized There are some unions yet having tickets When these returns arc in the final report will be made The committees were accorded a rising vote of thanks for their excellent work The committee conducting negotiations for the settlement of the differences be tween the Theatrical Alliance and the Buckingham Theater reported the matter very near satisfactory settlement carpenttrsinfornled union men were employed in the con strnction of the new Bacon store on Mar ket Street Upon motion a committee of ten was appointed by Chairman Martin to make the necessary arrangements for the coming convention of the American Federation of Labor The committee consists of Messrs McGill Humphrey Knecht George Peters John Young Herman Christen Walter Young Gus Kline Charles L Taylor William Wathen The announcement was made that the State Federation of Labor would proba bly not meet until the second Tuesday in November instead of October The convention will be held in Central City The bootblacks entered a complaint against certain barber shops employing nonunion men and requested the as sistance of the central body in remedying the evil The matter was placed with the Organization Committee Following the adjournment the com mittee appointed to arrange for the Fed eration convention met and elected James McGill Chairman and Herman Christen Secretary The following subcommittees were then announced HallHerman Christen James Roberts and Walter Young Printing Walter Young Humphrey Knecht and William Wathen HotelsJohn Young George Peters and Gus Klein The entire committee will at once proceed with the work of raising funds and devising ways and means for the proper reception and entertainment of the dele gates and visitors who will come from all parts of the United States READY FOR TUB SEASON Miss Josie Houlihan will reopen her dancing season Wednesday evening October 17 at NortonaHa11 Ninth and Broadway where she will be pleased to see all her friends and promises them an enjoyable evening Her classes are now being formed REMOVAL Guilfoyle Simons the wellknowii tailors and importers this week were compelled by their increasing business to wove to 320 West Market street where they have more commodious quarters for their large stock of fall and wintergoodss which is among the moat complete lathe city WILL RAISE FUND At the time of the awful storm that viaited Galyertotf the Tribune of that city had in peeN a handsome publication en titled Picture que Galverten filled with views of that beautiful city The profitte bays been tendered the Relief Committee and under their anepkea the book will besold at ft a Volume I a record oif what the city WM and will againi 1be the volume 5e well worth the money M it in the only thing of record in that line Purchaser Will also have the MtUfeetion of aadaUng the thwwand left aonteleea and destitute by the berthn cane Address all nQd make check payable to the Qelveeton Tribune i F IRISH SOClflY DIRECTORY A O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets on theSecond and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street MulloySergeantatArms Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan CampfieldRecording FinancialSecretaryJohn T Keanev 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentMichaellloban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Buller- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month presidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary George Flahiff 420 East Gray street LanganTreasurerHarry SergeantatArmsJerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings President Din Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn FlynnFinancialTreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason KinneyRecording Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCharles P Feeney First Vice PresidentThos D Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn KenneySentinelTimothy s IGruber Is a Candidate for SCHOOL TRUSTEEFIF- TYFIRST ij DISTRICT Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth waads DINKY SflLOON J HIOKEJY prop FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS S E Cor Faareenth and Mali WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out VANT D Firstclass agents for our ordinary and industrial departments None but intel ligent and capable men need apply Commissions paid daily- LOUISVILLE INVESTMENT CO Room 10 Louisville Trust Building SONS OP ERIN Invitations were issued yesterday for the select social and dance of the Sons of Erin which takes place at Nortons Hall Ninth and Broadway on Wednesday evening October 10 The affair is being managed by Pat Howard and Mark Moms two well known young men which guarantee iits success socially The one given last year is well remembered but this will doubtless surpass it Light refreshments and luncheon will be served the guests GRAND OUTOPTOWN EXCURSION Big Four route Sunday Sept 30 to points in Indiana Gae Belt Special train leaves Seventhatreet Unkm depot at 7 oclock am Kutttraiaf arrives Louis yUle at 1140 p ja Cxtrewely low round trip rate as follow Rwhville Jll Kaightatown jl Awtawoa J125 i MUH cie 125 Alexandria JU35 Tickets on sale at city ticket office 818 Fourth avenue and at udepotS J Calm General Agent I Rumor says that aleevw are ito be a degree fuller or at least the ekoulderpoint- is to In Accentuated by a return to epees greeablepetadvantage in aleenit devoid of any sort of trimming or fullna otithe shoulder The fashion of extending the yoke so aa to covers portion of the Upper arm givea a crampad sod oftttt taraiaai look to waltfa I r 11 T MUSICAL PRODIGY Very Remarkable Talent De veloped by Little Cath erine HIckoy Little Miss Catherine Loretto Hickey whose picture appears herewith ia the youngest music teacher in Louisville She is the daughter of James Hickey of Four I teenth and Main street and is but twelve years old She received her primary edu cation in the school attached to the Church of the Holy Name of which Rev John OConnor is popular pastor When but six years old she developed great musical talent which she has since used to the best advantage though not neg lecting her other studies Today she has a class of a dozen or more scholars to whom she gives piano lessons besides attending the Thirteenthstreet school She is possessed of a pleasing countenance and amiable disposition and filer friends predict for her a prominent position in the musical worl- dSINGS IN OPERA Mary Anderson Appears For x the Little Church She Attends The Mary Anderson of the old days for the sake of sweet charity has emerged from her retirement for a single evening and all London is still in a flutter about it says a London dispatch The character was one in which playgoers have never seen her It was not drama it was opera The Mary Anderson of The Winters Tale of Romeo and Juliet of Twelfth Night did not act but sang for charity But it was all very quiet and reserved for now she is Mme An tonio de Navarro of Worcestershire the Lady Bountiful of the county and no longer the favorite of the footlights- It was her church in the old village of Broadway that needed money Mme de Navarro and her husband have worshiped there every Sunday since they came to England to live The ladies of the parish planned a concert in the Town Hell at Evesham and they asked Mme de Na varro to take part It is the only cause in the world for which I would appear again on the stage she said with a smile and that smile have consent Of course the Town Hall was thronged last Saturday night for the concert She sang divinely It was the voice that the great tenor Brignoli heard one morning when Mary Anderson was but a girl on the stage singing the Irish Emigrant Girls La mentWith your voice said the tenor you would have a far more distinguished success on the operatic than on the dra matic stage And the little rustic church in the village of Broadway is much the gainer by that rich voice THEATRICALS Good business marked the opening week at the Temple showing that the efforts of Col Meffert and Oscar Eagle are appreciated by the theatergoing pub lic The MeffertEagle Stock Company has already won much praise for its ex cellent work and the management feels greatly encouraged The Bells of Has lemere one of the leading successes of recent years on both sides of the Atlantic but never seen here will be the offering for next week beginning with Mondays matinee The strong story of this play its opportunities for realistic effects and the individuality of the characters introduced combine to explain its great popu larity ever since Its original production three or more years ago The stage set ting and costuming will be the same as that in New York and London The Sam T Jack Burlesque Company is announced as next weeks attraction at the Buckingham Reports from Chicago indicate that this popular organization is this season better and bigger than ever before The company is under new man agement and the policy now is to offer only the very highest grade of amuse ment composed of refined vaudeville and polite burlesque The company num bers sonic thlrtytwo people among whom ate Mabel Hareltoa and Peter Griffia James and Flora Simpson Mlle Beatrice Lew Reynolds and William Boyd Julia Natus Ben Mawott and son Frank Purcell arid Claire Maynard There ifi ako a large chorus of Comely girls who add color and brilliancy to the performance lac Night Before ChriMiMf a de lightful pastoral play comes to the Avenue next week This play was first produced lat year and has enjoyed enor mOl patrotfeA1t adequate equip ment in the Way ot weak and electric af facts has been provided aitd a strictly highgrade production jsprontUed There eras s large J gathering bf Demo crate at Mode Hair Ttwadajr night when Judge Gregory opened his campaign t j wi M + +M MMf MMM m M QUICK MEAL- GAS RANGEI PopularWorldfactory QuiltyStyle The past reputation of the QUICK MEAL is the best guarantee for the future It keeptheRANGE so prominently and favorably before the public were it not for its many excel lent features which arc so evident and convincing The QUICK MEAL Always elves Satisfaction GEHER SON214 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Hot Soup and Warm Lunch M MURPHYDIALER IN GROCERIES PRODUCEf MEATS WliH LIqaori Peed Her wd Grain N X Cr Seventeenth and Portland A- veFLYNNTHOSa DKAIUR IN MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTSI723JSWHHI g Satisfaction warranted FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN S FAHEYi Prop N B CorStkdlrtrktr Choice Wines Liquorsand Cigars T tphon 8O44A u c EMILY JUTT 417 East Market St 3 Doors Below flacons Millinery1Prices r JOSEPH De COONEY MANUFACTURER OF = ilk LAWLERS orzAraa HI 111 A SUPERIOR G ci rqT OIQAR 1207 West Main Street Louisville Are Your Savings Earning Something IF NOT You should invest them in the United States Mutual Investment Company- For particulars call on L A M GREIF Agent- At Seiberts Wall Paper Store No 445 East Market four doors above Bacons Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier How Brown Leghorns Lay Twelve 1809Jan133 May 142June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 A AA ROGER mm- I Wines Liquors I And Cigars 1 COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT IPortland f + CoLtt521sad A t dearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 MOORES PLflGE 1B21 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS i Illinois G6lltral THE FAST LINE T- OMemphis A- NDNew Orleans Two Fast Trains DailyaM MPHIS B D W ORl NS tlMIUO Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and is r 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 in LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m IH HW ORl NS SPfClAl r arrivingMemphis throug4SleepingCars On Friday this train carries a Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car from yule to Los Angeles and San Francisco California without any change or delay W J MCBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson ChietgoWw A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO 11 X AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN r BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and Riyer- C1TY TICKET OFFICK No 518 Fourth Ave A M f orJzt11s ItrWARRENWM P DKPPK A O P A CINCINNATI O NTPQJCYZ ri11 Mwxw I- JJ t IHM NOVEMBER ELECTION I19S JflMLS NORTON Democratic Nominee for School Trustee FORTYNINTH DISTRICT Composed of the Eighth and Ninth wards 1 L LLtttt t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t T T r T r T T GUILFOYLE 5c SIMONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERS Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third and Fourth where we will be glad to see all of our old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfaction dIZ L P OYGPiI1120I STAILORS AND IMPORTERS Nevv store Io ago Vest JVleirlcet Street t MH tMt H M Mt tMt tMt Ut t fItHIt H tHt M tMt Mt M t tHt M M FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED I Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DOUOhortu K6611a11 UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth TBI2 PHON 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car rlages FurnIshed for All OccasionsJ gg im 1 IItlF1 llflfllIll E It Mlll600ll MollllmolltGollIpallu DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE flonuments irthtlc Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studio Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 GREEN STREET =I 11IIl1 ll1l919f1il iiiiNiidiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitii e PARADISE +a I SAMPLE ROOMra t 5 Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool J PROPRIETORrr ei a Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street S MRIMi1i9IMi i iIf LiMIiIMJ- oxaa sac FRANK r A WZTERS3 Clay=Street Brewery r 812 and 814 CLAY STREET T t828f2 LOUISVILLE KY JOMN F OBRTBIvBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY tit CREAM COMMON BEER AvenueAn Ttltttt 891 LOUISVILLE KY 1 THOIIOU4H TRAINIPM o IDAaa dV tl1ae RUII MN THIIIP AND MAIN ft8 ttitLpiifMill Rr o u fff IV IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Luke Elcock the Mayor of Drogheda left September 0 for the Paris Exposition The Midland Railway Company in tends competing keenly for the Limerick traffic and will establish offices there For failure to make satisfactory reports the Lisburn Board of Guardians has suspended the master of the workhouse William Vint aged fifty lost his life by falling from a scaffold erected for the renovation of the Belfast courthouse Alexander Henry Law and Albert Wll berforce were admitted as freemen of the city of Dublin by the Mayor on Septem ber 4- Joseph Griffin son of George Griffin A wellkuown citizen of Cork was the vic tim of accidental drowning at Dunkettle stationRev Father Graham Cratloe has been appointed parish priest of Ardpatrick in succession to the Rev Father Sheehan transferred to the parish of Ardagh Dr Maurice Connery of Kilfinane has- on the recommendation of Lord Dun raven been appointed to the CommissionI of the Peace for the County Limerick The Lord Lieutenant has appointedlI Col Neville Chamberlain to be Inspector General of the Royal Irish Constabulary in the room of Sir Andrew Reed who has retired Special meetings were held in Limerick and Belfast at which precautionary meas ures were considered to prevent to intro ductionandspread of the plague whichI has appeared in Glasgow The candidates for the Councillorihip from Ushers Quay ward in Dublin were Albert LiebesAltman William Haughton Beardwood and George Lawless The election took place September Jb The date of nominating the Lordl Mayor of Dublin for next year has beenl postponed until January so that the twenty new members of the Council who arc to be elected by the annexed town ships may have a voice in the selection Over 5000 head of sheep the property of sheep breeders in various parts of Ire land were sold one day two weeks ago in the Dublin cattle market Purchasers I were present from England and the Isle of Man and the prices received ruled highThe Clontarf and Drumcondra Urban Councils have memorialized the Lord Lieutenant to continue the Royal Irish constabulary instead of extending metropolitan police area when these su urbs are annexed to Dublin under the boundaries bill The remains of the late Ambrose Plun kett who died in London arrived iin Dublin an September 0 for interment iin Tallaght cemetery The deceased was visited several times during his illness by Father Pollen who administered to him the last rites of the church- A child named Sheridan under fiv i years of age was burned to death i Doyles lane Waterford It appears th childs mother was outside when its clothes caught fire and before assistance arrived was a victim to the flames which completely enveloped the body G Kavanaugh for years manager of an extensive leather establishment a Clonmel was entertainedat supper at Magners Hotel on the eve of his departure to accept an important appointment in Dublin and the occasion was availed of to present him with a silver cigarett- case and matchbox as a souvenir The hearing of several cases against mineral water manufacturers for selling their own mineral waters in bottles with trade marks of other firms on them was taken up at Cork Police Court Ther were fortythree summonses in all but only one was heard and all the others were judged accordingly a fine bean imposed in each case The creamery erected by the Messrs Lansdale at Aghagar about three miles from Longford has been burned to the ground the whole machinery and plant being destroyed The fire was caused by the bursting of the engine which drov the machinery and the building being of wood once the flames got a hold it was impossible to save the structure The probability is that the seat tendered vacant by the death of E McHugh will not be filled until the general election Generally a writ is only issued during a recess on the application of two members of Parliament to the Speaker and accord lag to Parliamentary etiquette the member moving in the matter must belong to the party of the deceased member A conference of delegates representing the County Councils of Queens Kings Carlow and Kildare was held in the court house at Portarlington this month to die CUM the matter of the flooding of the Barrow river It was decided that no adequate plan of drainage can be carried out without at least two thitds of the cot being borne by Parliamentary grant A man named James Brady aged sixty a street musician from Kelts County Meatu attempted to iwtve a train from Kakeuy while Ute conductor was on the root collecting fares IH attempting to alight he fell and received a scalp wound A men named Thomas Murphy dressed the wound and placed him upon tke next oar from which he WM tOvedtoa Dublin hospital Rather unexpectedly a connecting link between the old generation and the new in Drogheda WM oyeibyJhebcooot death in the person of Patrick pay Doeased hail attained to a ripe old age waa a ntcpected dtit n and in politics an ad arced Nationalist In the course of a oanduseful CKTMT ha was identified whh every intovcttttnt that appealed to the head or heart of Ida Mtowtowtunieq Considerable interest ii at present being evinced in portions of the Parliamentary division of North Armagh ini the forth coming election of a member erf Portia meat for the divteton std a section oft Up Stall Over English Woten hltlStl1 One Door West of the star Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at the Mammoth Painless DentalI Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele Kant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best I equipped office in the city I LOUIS A BROilING D D S J IPROPRInTOR TEMPLE THEATEe- ffert l M Eagle Stock Company IN Bells of HaslemereMatinees Monday Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday Matinees at 215 Night Performances at 815 Popular Prices lOc 15c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM I WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MATINEE SEPT30I Matinee Sunday MoaBtj WtdnwcUy Saturday SAM T JACK BURLESQUEl COMPANYM ri r peopleb girls Refined vaudeville polite burlesque nOR JJ WWGALl I IIsa Candidete for Reelection for TrllteeeFrom the Ninth und Tenth Wards the electorate who appeared dissatisfied with the present member have heldI numerous meetings and have decided toI ColtSaunderson It is stated that James Orr of lyoughgall will be asked to contest the seat On Saturday last the body of one ofr fatale ity was found washed ashore on the Hook coast and within a couple of hundredl yards of the spot where the body of the late Patrick Kennedy Urban Councillor and Secretary to the New Ross Harbor weree recognized as those of Walter Furlong al native of Arklow and who bad been only weeksgwhere he met death James Melville a laborer in the employment of the Belfast Northern Counties Railway Company who was severely injured in the companys engine department died in the Royal Hospital arei m and injured skull and never regained consciousness since the accident It isi believed he fell offa ladder but no one saw the occurrence as deceased was working by himself at the time He w fiftysix years of age and resided on Cambridge street Belfast The many friends of the Sisters of St Louis Essex Castle Carrickmacross will be pleased to learn that the lace school of the above convent has been awarded an extra prize this year at the horse show by the Royal Dublin Soclery for the excellence of the lace sent there to be ex hibited The llace was executed by some members of the Cooperaive Lace Society in connection with the school Since January of this year the workers have received close on 5000 for their lace The school being worked on cooperative line gives the members of the society the advantage of receiving full price for their work and an annual bonus besides The great WQord 08 bazar so long and eagerly looked forward to by the people of Wexfprd wag opened pa Sun day with great ceremony ju the spacious mw market which WM roofed iu for the oocMiott Tht opcttiog ceremony was performed by the Mayor of Wexford Benjamin Hughes in hk robe of state sad wearing his obU of office Address lag the large attdicace the Mayor ss td that he hoped tkw result of the beast would be that tits eacnmittoe would find them poured of a fuud suAcieut to tract a mosiniwvt in the Bull Ring worthy of the be M men who one bun dred yean a jBgiM0+ u their lives figh- tlegmsnfpllyfot ttbair home and freedom He hops MK the moaunicnt would M well be are in design and exe towpaaItwouldThe stalls were aj nel of beauty lad reflected the UfcftMt endit ou the taste of the good Ud IlWwtford L HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Wednesday evening Recent reports made to the national officers show a general increase in mem bershipDivision 12 of Providence added eight names to its roll at the regular September meetingMichael Doughertys friends were pleased to see him again among them Wednesday night The Ancient Order of Hibernian con tributed liberally for their unfortunate Galveston brethren Division 19 of Waltham Mass will celebrate its twentyfifth anniversary with a grand ball on October 12 James Harris of Division 4 who has been ill for some weeks at home on West Oak street is reported convalescent Division 1 was well represented at the carnival Tuesday evening All its busi ness was postponed that night till the next meeting The national board has taken steps to procure the publication at an early date of an official orgau to be called the National Hibernian At the installation of officers by Divis ion 7 of Albany State President Slattery made an address and presented President Reilly a handsome gold badge eveningRsocials being held by the Providence divisions have been most successful the numbers attending being very large The Hibernian Knights meet Wednes day night when plans for the winter will receive consideration The company should be recruited up to its former standardPresident John Cavanaughs host of friends will be pleased to learn that he is fast recovering from his recent illness and may be able to preside next Wednes day night Following the installation of officers of Division 8 of Pawtucket R Ilast week the members were entertained by Thomas Corcoran who read a paper on Should Senators be Elected by the PeopleI State President Quinn was present at the last meeting of Division 9 of Central Palls R I He complimented the divis ion upon the excellent showing it is making Seven candidates were re ceived Every member should dispose of at least five tickets for the social daace to be given under the auspices of the County Board next month That would enable the Board of Directors to help every divi sion in the county- A feature of the first annual field day of the various divisions in the Blackstone Valley Rhode Island was the hoSe reel contest between teams of ten men each front the fire departments of Manville Cumberland Valley Pelts and Arlington and the Watchmakers of East Provi dence Patrick ONeill who in June complete d 1iis sixth term as State President of Penn sylvania was tendered a dinner at Lu Lu Temple Philadelphia His successor Patrick Don hoe presided Rev William A McLoughlin county chaplain Rev Gerald P Coughlln Rev E S Philipps of Hazelton and Rev M J Byrne of Union City Ind a national director of the order were among the guests who included the national officers Au engrossed set of resolutions was presented to the retiring President National Presi dent Keating of Chicago and others made speeches WYBRANTS NEW GALLERY What will prove the most modern and uptodate photograph gallery in Louis ville was opened this week at 652 Fourth avenue opposite the postoffice by young Prank Wybrant who for the past sixteen years was the leading artist with the late Frank Wybrant The backgrounds sceneries and all the accessories are the finest obtainable while the operating room has advantages not possessed by any other gallery in the city Childrens pictures may be taken almost in a second and those of adults quite as soon Those of our readers wishing line pictures should call upon him His work is very artistic and the prices reasonable asEUCHRE PRIZES The ladies of St Mary Magdalens church have succeeded in securing an abundance of handsome prizes for the euchre parties to be given by them at Satolli Club House 710 Second street on the afternoon and evening of Friday October 12 The affair will be enjoyable in every respect and those who would secure a beautiful prize should attend It will be well to bear in mind that the ladies of this church are lavish enter tainers RECOVERING Edward Costello who recently sus tained a dislocation of his shoulder and serioUs bruises by being thrown down by a bore is again able to be out among his friends though it will be some time before lie can return to his work Of EVAREftOUND TRIP TO LEXINGTON BY THE SOUTHIWl RAILWAY Oil account of the Lexington trots The greatest harms racing in the Smith Tickets onlle October 1 to 13IInclusive good to return October 16 Tins Southern railway has three daily trains between Louisville j nd JUriagton Halt etee to ItfOuiavilk and return On October I and 8 Ute Southern railway will sell roundtrip tickets from nil tattoos in Kentneky to IxxilariUa at one fare for UeroudtdPfitot return until October 8 POe furthertlltideaiMiaiapply- to the ae sot jre K of tM Boutbeni rail Apnt2S0poarth1 + Swift City Agent Main street opposite Phonix EtW Lexington Krit William HT1oe Autaat Osnelal er Agent Ioalevi11tKy t JOHN B CASTIKMAN ARTHUR G LANGHAM HABCItfRIDOR CAITIKMAW Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE CO IPANY IN TilE WORLD BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OPPIOEB- OOLDI MEIA BtTtLDING sl 1 =1 Nothing sold but E I goods LOUISVILLE KY I 01111111111lP11tHl11 11Illlll itIH11111111111l111111lifttliTG I RAFFOS I guaranteed Absolutely the hh Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville I = 2 A store where quality is of first considerationa ZS place where you are treated right and money back rif you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con ZS sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will C2 like to trade here once you have tried it 3 Hauling and Moving Attended To thm m 321 11WESTI 7JlitiiLIIUiliIlUiiiUUltilidlIiilU1111U1ii101Uliiliil LBNfmIfl1lIHf3iEtii3LiifEiwzI3ikHifiHEiii H III j I JJ- IiI And Embalmers 1H IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short tOYED TO l13iiO1ilt7lIAI 700 TELEPHONE WEST 3Il7Stf WALNUT 810 NoticeIII CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOES COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION f All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 157 and 2824 =DRINK i Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN 81 2VING OOJtpANYxxaoxroxaxEa TELEPHONE 462 LOUXSVXLLE ICY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 401 EAST JEFFERSON ST J i BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET 1 1 I LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLEr 421 AND 430 i EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY SHE JIS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Manna t- oCHICAGO f ON THE la an SWBCANT PARLOR DINING CAR 0 B H BEACON Dlstrjci Paeesor Agent LoHl vlll IJY+ RAN7 Jt PaeangsrCl AffNit r TnAc Maoaftr WKdOJ 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