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IRISH VOLUME VNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATUR AY OCTOBER 6 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS OUT FOR FUN County Board Holds an Inter eating Mooting Tuesday Evening Will Entertain a Largo and Happy Crowd at Its Big Ball Hlhcrnlans Tender their Sorv ICCH to Sisters of Mercy Buzar HAPPY HOURS SPENT WITH KNIGHTS The special convention called for last Tuesday evening at Hibernian Hall by the County Board of Directors of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was well attended all the divisions in Jefferson county and the Hibernian Knights being representedCounty President Tom Keeuan occu pied the chair and after the reading of the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors Secretary Will Meehan presented National President Keatings re sponse to the request of the Louisville Hibernians urging the levying of an assessment upon the 110000 members in the United States for the relief of their Galveston brethren who suffered great loss in the calamity which last month befell that city President Keatings let ter approved the suggestion which was among the first of a large number that had been immediately forwarded to the National Executive Board for their con siderationThe important business transacted related to the select social and dance which takes place at Hibernian Hall on Monday evening October 29 Messrs John Hennessy and John Mulloy made encouraging reports showing a satisfac tory sale of tickets among the members The greatest interest in this affair was manifested by all present particularly President Tom Dolan Peter Cusick Nic Sheridan Louis Perranda Owen Keiran Tom Lynch John Grogan and Capt Jerry Hallahan all of whom urged that the aamespiritsls owfLo make theffairi oiiMttif tlill1ttte recent IrishAmerican reception and ban quet and the big demonstration on Irish American day at the carnival Upon motion it was decided to remove the partitions dividing the halls and the two IK thrown into one for that evening thus making ample room for the large number who will attend Scallys full orchestra has been engaged and the pro gramme will doubtless include some of the lively oldfashioned dances that will be worth seeing John J Grogan was appointed Music Director His assistants and the floor managers will be chosen later from among the younger members of the order It has been suggested that the County Board give a series of monthly socials this winter such as have been in augurated in the larger cities and if this one is made the success it deserves others will certainly follow Only the better class of citizens will be admitted and all rights are reserved President Keenan and Secretary Mee loran were authorized to tender the services of the members of the order in thistity to the Sisters of Mercy for their fair and bazar which will be done next Monday evening at the meeting at St Francis HallThere was also a general discussion of the proposed insurance plan but no definite action was taken The matter will be given serious consideration by the division at their meetings during the w next three months The other business transacted was of minor importance President John Hennessy gave those present a cordial invitation to the social session and luncheon of Division 4 which takes place Wednesday evening Before adjourning Capt Jerry Halla han invited the officers and delegates to spend a social hour wits the Hibernian Knights which was unanimously accept ed The visitors were received by Messrs John Dolan Con Hallahau Pat Meehan i James Curran and James Keane After light refreshments had been served smoking and short talks and stories were the order Tom Dolau told several good 1atones while Owen Keiram excited all with his electrical views Company A was never known to do anything by halves and consequently all spent a jolly hour The attendance was very good notwithstanding the error made last week Regular meetings are held the first Tuesday each mouth KNIGHTS TEMPLARS Raising Funds For Entertain mentof Triennial Conclave The Knights Templars of Louisville have take up in earnest the rmteing of fundi for the entertainment of the Rata whb will flock to thiscity next August when the twentyeighth Triennial Concave of the order will be held here While KnichtaTemplarsaJIlMuoniu general realise that the coming event ill be a feature in the history of LoWe Jle i the public at large probably floes iot yet gaits appradbtc the magnitodclo the undertaking and its importance to the cityThe sum of 100000 at least will be needed to entertain the thousands of vis itors The Finance Committee of which Mr T L Jefferson w Chairman has in structed its many subcommittees to at once begin the solicitation of subscrip tions The business and professional men of Louisville will be called upon to sub scribe and the noble manner in which they have always come to the front on such occasions warrants the committee in believing that the fund needed will be realized Subscriptions are to be paid in four installments before the conclave The money raised is to be devoted exclusively to the entertainment of the Templars and the crowds they will bring with them Already colossal features have been arranged to make every vis itor carry away pleasant and lusting memories of Louisville The revival of the prize drill the first competitive drill since 1888 In San Francisco will prob ably attract more attention than any other one thing For months various committees have been at work on plans for the grand parade The Horse Show Is another one of the probable entertainments Thousands of dollars will be ex pended in illuminations and the erection of arches and reviewing stands Some idea of what the conclave will mean to Louisville can be gained when it is known that the entire fund raised by subscription will be expended here anti in addition the expenditures by the visitors to the conclave will be excep tionally large The ranks of the Knights Templars are recruited very largely from classes of citizens in what are termed good circumstances and Templars are proverbially good spenders Conserv ative estimates place the amount of money that will be expended by the Knights and their friends at 1500000 The number of visitors who will be brought to Louisville each day of the Conclave is variously estimated at from 100000 to 200000 The Executive Committee of the twen tyeighth Triennial Conclave Knights Templars of America has appointed Messrs R E Hughes and C C Ousley managers of a press bureau to be conduct ed lu the interest of the conclave from now until the eud of the big meeting the fourth week of next August These gen tlemen have established permanent quar ters in the Triennial committee rooms at Fourth and Jefferson streets Mr Hughes was formerly city editor of the Commer cial and Mr Ousley held a similar posi tion on the News jliii EDWARD OIIONNOR Secures a Government Posi tion In the Indian Torritoryr Edward D OCounors hosts of friends will be pleased to read here the first an nouncement of his appointment to the responsible position of Recorder in the United States Engineering Department with a good salary attached The appointee is the son of the late Chris OConnor the wellknown plumber with whom he was associated under the firm name of OConnor Son His headquarters will be in the Indian Terri tory While all regret his departure from his native city they rejoice in his good fortune and wish him success in his new field of labor He is well qualified for the position and his promotion will cre ate no surprise among those who know him IRISH VOTE IN GREAT BRITAIN I The Irish electors in Great Britain who are very shrewd politicians will not take any organized part in the general election for or against Liberal or Unionist candidates The Irish voters in every constituency will probably decide for themselves as between the candidates At present as between the official Liberal and Unionist candidates they appear to be practically indifferent though in the majority of instances they will vote for the Liberals with a view to balancing the strength of the parties as far as possi ble Of course a candidate who pro claims himself a home ruler will com mand the Irish vote in all cases but they are expected to be comparatively few In constituencies where a labor candidate is before the electorate the present ten J dency is to give him the Irish vote to the exclusion of both the official Liberal and Unionist candidates At one time it was estimated that the Irish vote was the determining factor in over a hundred constituencies in Great Britain but owing to a great variety of reasons theInumber Is now probably not fifty S eSLIKE THE BOSS SALOONII With the facts and figures revealed byII the coal miners strike it would seem that the operators stores in the coal fields are I similar in their tyranny and extortion to the late boss saloon infamy that once flourished so defiantly in Buffalo saystt the Catholic Union and Times t t pationizeof his earnings there had to get out 1 There was no work for him So too the miner who refuses to deal at the operat ors store and pay shamefully exorbitant price for what he requires is soon givenJJ to understand that be can seek elsewhere for work Tide is another itutance of how capital like a leech fastens itself OH the 1 rtof1 labor and ceatetady tucks Itst lifeblood away 1 J This iii the time to einblMUKe the rob beCrO the operators slots sad to Insist tM1 it aaUs UM fate of tie bow lIIJooawf and be burled tO u 1 J h p j f tMMMMH I I rr M Mf H1 H H 1 1 fci M t MIM M ++++++ H H M f H M II III If MEMBERS TEMPLE THEATER STOCK COMPANY BOOMING TwentyTwo Applications Itc Cawed the IrlldlAmerI ican Society The Initiation at the Next Meet lug Will Prove Very Interesting 1I Banquet Committee Reported the Results of Its Excel lent Work AFTER ONE THOUSAND MEMBERS Notwithstanding the high temperature Thursday evening there was a splendid atlendanct st the meeting of the Irish American Society Thursday night and the greatest enthusiasm was aroused when the Secretary read the petitions of twentytwo applicants for membership President Feeney presided and bust cress was dispatched rapidly as this organization is opposed to late hours Treasurer Thomas Tarpey was instructed to pay all bills when presented the socie ty being in a flourishing financial condi thou Col Joe Byrne made the report for the banquet committee which was a most gratifying one Themeaibers oC the so ciety are loud in their praisesnf the good work done by those gentlemen which has added greatly to the reputation of their organization The following candidates have been balloted for and will be present Thursday evening October 18 for Initiation James Furey+ Dan Rsfferty JJCasey Martin Quirk Hugh F Welch John Mulhail MonahanMichael Waa Dolan Patrick Jordan John B rke JUUM Fitagerald Jgdwwd Clancy i I ii y John Welch Thomas Carroll Stephen McElliott Joseph Tarpey f Thomas Doyle and James Kilkelly Spirited talks were made by President Feeney William Patterson Thomas Tar pey and others All members arc urged to be present to witness the ceremonies at the next meeting Those desiring to join should do so now while the Initiation fee remains small I MACKIN COUNCIL John Bloomer and Stephen Harney Are Now Officers Mackin Council Y M 1 held its regular meeting at Mackin hull on Twentysixth street Tuesday evening transacting much business and receiving several applications for membership The attendance was quite large and shows that there Is no failing off in interest in this popular West find society The Euchre Committee reported every arrangement perfected for this seasons series of weekly euchre parties which were pleasantly inaugurated at the clubhouse parlors Thursday night An election was held to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Second Vice President John Harlow whose business engagements prevented his longer hold hug that office The nominees were John Bloemer and Dan Weber the former win ning by a small majority Stephen Bar ney was elected to fill the vacancy exist ing in the Executive Committee Messrs Bloeaier and Harney made speeches thanking the council for the honors bestowed upon them and promo ised by hard work and regular attendance to prove that the members made BO ttffc take in electingthem- nIraldeat William Keri erg who is making a businew trip through the Southern State will sot return before iWmiddle of next mouth During his absence Grand Secretary George Lautz wiH be the cUnjc President There was a Urge attendance Tfaundar ulghtand all spent a delightful ereuiujri Mr AugxStitxel and Mis Mamiei Har weod carried fibprO tr H t tj- I REPORTS WANTED Catholic Union Waiting Upon Its Committee Formulat ing1 ByLaws Will Correspond With Officers of the National Fed oration Regular Meeting at Trinity Council Hall Last Sun dRY Afternoon ANOTHER ORGANIZATION ADMITTED While all the delegates to the Catholic Union were not present last Sunday after noon at the regular meeting held In Trinity Hall the number of societies represented was larger than for some time past No business of great importance was transacted This was due in a meas ure to the fact that the committee ap pointed two months ago to formulate bylaws for the government of the body were not ready to report several rawn bers having been absent from the city The gentlemen having this matter in charge were to have held a meeting Thursday night and there is no doubt but that they will complete their labors before the next session which will be held at Trinity Hall on Sunday afternoon October 28 President McDermott occupied the chair and expressed leis gratification that such progress was being made Another society was announced as ready to affiliate This was Branch 10 of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America w1dchwllielKt representatives before the end pf thet month Upon moitou the President appointed Joe Jenkins John Barrett and Matt ODpkerty a Special I cottotktM to correspond with thojs in c terested in the National Federation of Catholic Clubs with which the local union wishes to cooperate This will put Louisville in the front rank and do much toward giving her a national as well as local reputation The meaureIwas strongly advocated by Dr carIriCfll1nanlmously Secretary Jenkins was also directedt tt- issue to a circular letter to the thirty ori more societies requesting them to imme diately forward the names of their dele gates and members of the hoard of direct ors together with their official address and the dates upon which they hold meetings This will facilitate correspond ence between the union and its members and should receive particular attention All members ore urged to transmit the amount of their quarterly dues which are only 1 per month The other busi ness transacted was of a routine nature but the next meeting will have much tha- is t important to consider The first formal meeting of the Board of Directors will take place next Sunday week at the hall of Trinity Council Shel by and Gray streets Those who hav been selected should make it a point to be present and thus aid the union in its laudable wor- kANOTHER S SOCIAL SESSION The Mon From Limerick to Hold Ono Noxt Week The Kentucky Irish American has been authorized by the officers of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians to an nounce that another of their social ses sions will take place at Hibernian Hall next Wednesday night to which the members of the order are cordially invit ed President Hennesy Ton Lynch Harry Brady and John Grogan have been busy for several days making the necessary arrangements for this affair which this call II free doings Those who have beers the guests of this popular division in the past will not miss this opportunity to eat drink and be merry The County Board officials the guests of honor will witness the initiation of new members and the manner of con ducting the regular order of business which will not take long Then will fol low the social session the visitors being received by William Ansbro John Fahey James Rots Dave Reilly aud other royal entertainers who will see that the wants iif the mTeSriuiefiFrrft1ed There will be no formal programme but the County President and several prominent members have consented to make short talks This division also justly boasts of much talent all of which will be presented to the best advantage for the amusement of the audience The social sessions given by this society last winter were very enjoyable and nothing will be left undone to make this one sur pass its predecessors Besides the addresses there will be songs in Gaelic and English and John Brown will be there with Ills Irish flute to add spirit and enthusiasm to the oc casion The lively airs will bring to their feet the oldest as well as the youngest I DR ALBERT A DEIG Would Make a Valuable Member of the School Board Dr Albert A Deig the Democratic candidate for School Trustee in the Fourth and Fifth words which extend from First to Hancock street and from the river to the citylimits is one of the most popular men in his district and de serves election because his constituents can feel assured that he will faithfully perform his duties While a member of the General Council during the administration of Mayor Tyler he made a most enviable record He was Chairman of the Finance Committee and as such made it his duty to protect the best interests of the people and affiliated with none of the cliques or factious He is thoroughly honest well educated and has a brilliant future before him Every voter in the Fourth and Fifth wards having the best interests of the schools dt heart regardless of politics can safely vote for Dr Deig who possesses all the qualifications necessary to make him ope of the influential members of the School Board 1 S MEETINGS RESUMED The Catholic Club of Louisville com posed of many of our leading citizens resumed its regular monthly meetings Tuesday evening at the Louisville Hotel During the past few years this organization has done much good work and It was at its meetings that the idea of a federation of the local Catholic societies and clubs originated During the time which this society transacts its business an excellent dinner fs enjoyed by the members besides which eloquent and able orators and men prominent in public life deliver addresses Time is also given to wit and story and frequently strangers are entertained These meetings are the most pleasant held IB Louisville FATHER KALAHER The congregation of St Augustines church Fourteenth and Broadway will have the pleasure next Sunday evening of hearing the ReyJolH Kalaher of the Cathedral who bltU lair to becomeone thtouiIe0 n I r t F Lrkt O MERCY BAZARI General Meeting in Its Behalf Will Bo Hold Monday Night j Valuable Horse Harness nod Trap Donated For the First Prize Friendly Rivalry Among the Different Catholic Con grlgatiouH N THE OPENING WILL BE BRILLIANT hasebeen carried on by a number of charita ble ladies atilt gentlemen of this city in behalf of the Bisters of Mercy on Second street who desire to erect a new academy that will nieet present requirements in a more suitable locality The leading spirits were Alessers Mike Duff Thomas Malone Edward J OBrien Tom Keenan John Malone Larry Gatto Tony Montedonicn Tony Norton Jailer Pfianz and others who have been ably assisted by the clergy and ladies of the different congregations Their labors are now crowned with success and the most grati tying reports will be submitted by the committees at the general meeting to be held at St Francis Hall Monday night The bazar and fair will be held at Music Hall opening October 15 and continuing for two weeks Besides the handsome booths and lovely ladies to entertain there will be an interesting and amusing programme each evening Specialeffort will be made to make the opening the most brilliant ever witnessed in Louis ville as well as the society event of the seasonThe prizes that will be offered visitors will be many and varied and the sums charged for tickets will be very reason able There are three prizes whichwill attract universal attention The most valuable is the handsome trap horse and harness which will be seen on Fourth avenue near Walnut The trap was do uated by Col Thomas Malone Secretary and Treasurer of the Kentucky Wagon Works while the horse and harness Ate giftoohs Malone the wenlkimwu Secretary and Treasurer of the Fidelity Trust Company The prize is considered the most desirable ever offered at a bazar andalready the sale of tickets has been very lar e- Deputy Jailer Dalton also presented a unique and handsome prize Itjs a hill rigged sailing ship such as brought our Irishand German forefathers to this country The ship is perfect in every detail and the workmanship of the high est order Since being placed on exhibi lion it has attracted great attention and there is not a youngster in Louisville who should not see it Miss Lizzie Dan lion daughter of Pat Bannon donated the beautiful bride doll which is on exhibition in the window of the Boston Shoe store at Fourth and Green Itis exquisitely dressed and none pass without stopping to inspect it Besides the foregoing the list includes everything that can be called for Thous ands of handsome articles will be for sale hnd the bazar should realize a sum that will meet the most sanguine expectations of its promoters The ladies in charge of the booths and tables will make known the names of their assistants Monday night The young ladies of the alumna will publish a bright and spicy paper during the bazar They have received encour agement from many of our leading mer chants Its success is assured CATHOLIC KNIGHTS First Ladies Branch In Ken tucky Now Boring Or ganized For some time past a movement has been on foot among the ladies of St Johns parish to organize a ladies branch of the Catholls Knights of America They are now being assisted by several promi neat gentlemen And soon St Joints will boast of having the first ladies branch in Kentucky and the second in the United States the other being in St LouisThe membership will not be restricted but will include ladies from all parts ojf the city who may wish to join Already Ryquitesire for membership and the new organi zation will doubtless start with a large charter list Very Rev Father Bax the popular and zealous State Chaplain of the Catholic Knights of America is the pastor of SL Johns and therefore the feeling prevails that tke tunic and place for the establish cent of this new organization could not be Improved uponiiy DANGER HAS PASSED Con Mahoney the well known Jeffer sonvllte section foreman who suffered the amputation of his foot shove the ankle In St Marys Hospital CIt dontU after being run over on time Baltimore 8t Ohio railroad teal Milan Iwl hissbeen pronounced out of danger Word was received yesterday thfat hie condition wail tsJdlly Improving cJ UOXYXRJH MJ3RJO r wWDevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana F WILLIAM JMC XXXOOEN9 JE wtolI Bvlxoa SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Rtttered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClans Matter AMitfiall ens Taait1tleal to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weit Greta Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 7 1900 WORTHY APPEAL The preparations for the baza for the Sisters of Mercy are complete The people of the city are unanimous in their efforts to mak it a success the committees includ representatives from all parts who have labored earnestly many valu 1 1able donations have been received I and it now remains only for the Thgeneral public to do their part by patronizing the bazar when it opens The Sisters of Mercy though they have been with us for many years laboring in educational and charitable work under difficultie and disadvantages have never ap pealed to the public They do so now only because the growth of their work requires a larger and more thoroughly equipped building to enable them to give the public the boon of a Christian education for girls The Sisters who devote their lives and labors to benefit the public with no expectation of earthly reward must rely upon the generosity of the beneficiaries to supply the means and facilities for this work of which the donors after all derive the full return in that which is invaluable and last ing the proper education of then daughters not only in materia things but in the higher more per manent and beneficent of all mora and Christian training the basis oi true and noble womanhood the foundation of Christian civilization 7 While all wilt congratulate the Sisters on the success and growth of their labors let them prove their sincerity by assisting in making the bazar a success PEOPLE BEAR BURDEN Public officials who oppose mon opoly are sometimes a trifle inconsistent For instance the Alder men who while sympathizing with the workingmen could not conscientiously uphold the city ordi nance requiring the union label on the city printing because it limited the bidding to union printers and deprived the city from getting the work done at the lowest possible price and they were bound under their oath to give the people an eco nomical administration those same r 0AldermenProbably blinded by smoke from the gas workscan- not see the monopoly in upholding the Gas Company in charging the people 135 for gas and protect ing that company from the compe titian of another company ready and anxiqus to supply gas at fifty five cents The margin on printingif any when quality of material and work manship are considered is certainly not as wide as on gas But those Aldermen cant see it Business men and taxpayers as well as workingmen will dp well to keep their eyeipn these Aldermen They arewbject to queer spells STAND FIRT1 To the calamity politicians who in them eagerness to make the mitten strike in Pennsylvania a t political issue and give vent to their synipathy for the poor starv ing misers it maybe stated the tminers do not attribute their trou u We to politics but to the regula tions under which their employers require them to work even the rate oiTfyages being a secondary cousid eratfott l not are they starving or likely to be soon since their lrln- ubatio fully prepared for a general aod prolouged strke In the anthracite region and have the means tn- omaintaini itr state icase 1tCiectjupon 3 sense of the anthracite miners and their leaders President John Mitchell is one of the ablest as wel as most conservative of the labo leaders and he would not sanction I a strike for political effect nor r upon any pretext that would sub ject the miners to starvation before the strike had fairly startedfor unless a settlement is soon effected it has on IfI UNTRUE OF COURSE A London dispatch says tfca President Kruger has to be guards at Lorenzo Marques to prevent the Irish who served in the Boer army from mobbing him because they are not paid This may be set dowi as a lie Irishmen and other alien who joined the Boer army were not prompted by a desire for pay fur thermore the eagerness of England to set up some pretext for seizing President Kruger and imprisoning him is manifested in the variou stories circulated concerning Bin and the trouble his presence causes England dares not violate neu trality and while she has not pro tested to Portugal against the courtesy and hospitality shows Kruger in Portuguese territory she has signified her displeasure It is reported that Kruger intend to go to Holland on a Dutch vessel which fact the Holland government as a matter of international etiquette has duly notified England but Johnny Bull has not yet showy his goodmal1 ers byreplyiug thereto c That the professed love of politicians regardless of the party they belong to is all bosh is evidenced by the laws of Tennessee whose Governor and other officials are around cajoling the workingmen Workingmen especially trades unionists have been frequently shocked by the attempt to enforce European class laws in this country which generally failed and hence Tennessee and several Southern States have enacted such laws the object of which is to make the existence of a labor organization or a strike a crime Attention iis attracted to the Tennessee law by the arrest of a man in that State for hiring miners to work at higher wages than they are receiving and the purpose is to prevent the men leaving present employers The law makes it an offense to decoy or entice away any person who is at the time under contract with or in the employ of another To organize a union or attempt to enforce union regulations to strike or ask an employe to join a union is a violation of this law Similar laws are in force in other Southern States and labor unions are scarce in that section only a Jew typographical unions for law or no law the political bosses are chary about tackling the printers The announcement of the return of John Burns to the British Parlia ment this week by an increased majority was recived with the wild est enthusiasm by the workingmen of England For his firm stand for home rufe for Ireland the Irish people proposed returning the famous labor leader from one of their constituencies The Nation alists found him their Teal friend Hia predictions made to the work ingmen when in this country some years ago are coming true particu lady those relating to imperialism end consequent loss of power by the peoples If Judge Barker wo 11 only act- end decide as heJMtrucW the grand jury and talks to the oewspspers hen would be no place foe a gam jr d y 1or t walls have gambling in Judge Barkers court There was once a compromise under I which the boys were let off on their promise to quit at once for I good which they never did course the good Judge has OfII innocent of the fact tjat the bad boys have violated their promise or he would certainly call up the indictments then filed away and show that his court was not to be trifled with If he did this gam bling would more likely be sup pressed and people would read his instructions and interviews on law without winking the other eye The Market street newspaper Smart Alecks have been called to an accounting for their economic and peculiar business methods which were intended to teach Louis ville people how to run a newspaper It is reported the balance is so heavy on the wrong side as to endanger the craft one of the managers has already vamoosed and it is very probable the other two will soon fol lowto the relief of the community and the newspaper people especially They have sucked the lemon dry here and are not averse to being boosted to another field with news papers to wreck Look out for em Thoughtless people are surprised astonishedof the September grand jury that there had been no gambling in Louisville It would really have been surprising had they reported otherwise No one who thinks ex pects gamblers and their hangers on to report anything against gambling But then Judge Barker says that was a representative and honest grand jury and the Sheriff who selected those six did his duty The aspersions cast upon Sebas tian J Gruber Democratic candi date for School Trustee in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards by the papers issued at Fourth and Green should fail of their object Calculated to mislead and prejudice those unacquainted with him they will deceive none who are posted Always ready to misrepresent Ger mans of his class and education the animus is too apparent to need further tcomment The city seems to have wasted capital in erecting gasoline lamps as in many of the suburban alleys they are seldom if ever lighted The query is Does the city pay for the gasoline and lighting of all the lampsthose that are lighted as well as those that arc not The monthly bill for gasoline lights is rather heavy and gasoline doesnt cost a dollar a gallon- DESERVED PROMOTION Trainmaster Hollingsworth Is Made Superintendent at Mlddlosboro Mr O B Hollfngsworth long the pop ular trainmaster for the L N here has been appointed Division Superintendent of that road with headquarters at Mid dlesboro Few men were as popular with the railroad employes and all rejoice in promotionMrs and children will follow him next week This will be sad news to her friends She is a charming lady and beloved by all who know her Charitable and kind she possesses all those nice traits which make life pleasant with such a friend THE BW SIX The first ball announced for Thanks giving eve will take place at Fablers Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky streets It is given under the auspices of the Big Six an organization coatpoaed of popular young men Ja the southern part of the city Following are tko Bsembers F C Bruder C Kupper F I eoxard J N Henle H Grass Ai ellGeorge Huttie A Bruder Geo Faeeenmeier Prank Bloeeer Gee AUlger Albert Healer Peek Hurls IokaXMa d HaiLl WIttOR PldtRInlNtyl William Battler JtXeaiwdyi Jamea huller J YittIbuhlr- iCi Faeeeameier 0 Friew HItpGeorr Jr Xordell H Hartnett P Mitchell rBoJiif f A jetiaburfra ra fJ eat ReHOiatdt GuaOraeneJOJuiiaimJr Toaa Dvna C Pahler- JiiHllbsotan OConnor WilHw Stager JQIepb Wait o f tiX nl tI i T SOCIETY au I George B Mulligan has returned from a short visit to Chicago IE C Cunningham of Lexington was here during the first of the week Ilames Watson the we11 known con tractor spent last week at West Baden George McGrath is home from Shelby yule where be visited friends this week Mrs Robert McConnell of Versailles arrived here Monday for a visit of a few days Sylvester Rapier one of New Havens most prominent citizens registered here Monday Mr and Mrs John C Herndon left Tuesday for Frankfort where they vIs- ited Miss Annie Herndon Simon N Jones and wife have returned from West Baden Springs where they went for a short season of rest William Wood one of our wellknown railroad men has returned home from West Baden his health greatly improved Brother Frauds of Notre Dame University is in the city in the Interest ol the Ave Maria a leading Catholic publi cation Herman Obrecht has accepted a position with a large drug house in Detroit While his friends will miss him they wish him success Miss Mamie Schmidt and Conrad San ger were quietly married at the rectory of the Sacred Heart church Tues day evening Little Miss Mary Cunningham daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Darby Cunningham has gone to Highland Park to visit her aunt Mrs Wilson Mrs J M Mitchell and daughter Miss Emma have returned to their home in Marion county after spending a week with friends in this city Mrs Enoch McKay of 673 West St Catherine arrived home this week after an extended visit with her daughters in Ohio and West Virginia Dr J W Fowler and Miss Violet Rudy left yesterday for Nazareth where they will visit Misses Mary and Susan Fowler who are attending school there Thomas H Hills the popular Illinois Central engineer was among the Louis villians enjoying the benefits of a sojourn at West Baden Springs this week Miss Nellie Jonas of the Jonas Hotel at Seymour and one of the most charm ing young ladles of that place is the guest of Mrs Robert Fleming West Oak streett 7 jp Coll Tom Riley of Fourteenth and Main accompanied by his estimable wife will leave Tuesday for Indianapolis where they will visit friends and nttend the Hoosier carnival The friends of William Redington the wtll known snider ri Lithgows will learn with regret that his estimable wife is dangerously ill of typhoid fever at the family residence 1427 Hull street Edward J OBrien the wellknown Main street tobacco broker accompanied by his wife left Saturday for New York from where they sailed for Europe They will remain abroad until about December 1- Miss Rosa Specked and Frank Muck elbauef will be united in marriage at St Martins church October 17 The wed ding will be a brilliant one as both are quite prominent in German Catholic circles The brideelect is the daughter of Frank Speckert Mrs Riley and her bright young son John have returned to New York after a delightful visit with her sister Mrs James Wolf Eighth street Mrs Riley expressed herself as much pleased with the Louisville people All who had the pleasure of meeting her could return the compliment Col Patrick Doyle who has been spending the past four tngnths with rela tives and friends in Ireland has arrived in New Albany enjoyingexcellent health and greatly pleased with his trip to the old country He was accompanied by Richard Poacher who spent part of the time in England Mrs Martin Nileet this weekreceived letters from her sister Mrs Nannie Dubourg who is undergoing treatment for rheumatism at Martiusville Springs stating that she has been greatly bene fited since going there Mist Katherine Nileet will go down and remain with her aunt until her recovery Miss Anna McGuIseag and Thomas A Green were married Monday morning at St Charles BorroHieos church by Rev Father Riffo After the ceremony they left on a trip to Canada and will return to Louisville and be at home after October 16 Mr Green is a brother of Meson Ben and Frank Gnr4n of this city His bride IIis a popular and accomplished Louisville girl Aaot her pretty wedding waaaoUtaniied at St Martins ehwrch Wednesday morn ing wkcu Miss Matilda Werst andJoim Kaiser Jr were united in marriage UoMifitor Zabier read tlte marriage no- rIpisad was the cekbrantof the nuptial Meas Henry Weratand Henry Schulte were the ratter The bride was hand o alr gowned wad presented a lovely appearance Beth are prominent in the beat Oenaati and weddibg bnkfuttlUtyJeftirdf- da and Waahingtoa where they are IttIaeirlrihome to their friend at 813 Jackson 0 r car a e0e MI iAeMh eeN l ee r le CHAFF e rraar arrrn r r re seeeeer raea The requirements for a successful cameo cutter are well summed up by the Chicago Chronicle The cameo cutter can put in only a few hours work at a time because of the tension on his nerves A quavering hand may be re sponsible for the single stroke that will spoil a weeks work He must have an eye like a microscope and a very delicate touch He must be an artist in soul and as skillful a craftsman as is a watch maker and he must have a knowledge of chemistry so as to remove offending spots The work is executed in reliefon many kinds of hard or precious stones but essentially the chalcedonic variety of quartz and on shells AEgographic records show that the en durance of children is greater in propor tion to their age than the endurance of older children Also that the endurance of girls does not increase in the same proportion as that of boys and that con sequently girls should not bear the same school burden as that given to boys Nature cures have been found to be the best of all remedies In the woods of Germany may be found resorts in which are to be seen Americans French Italian and patients of other national ties under going treatment that could be given at home equally as well but for the novelty of going abroad which itself is a tonic Arrayed in scant attire enjoying the de lights of sun baths air baths hot and cold water douches living on scant but wholesome food eschewing all alcoholic stimulants and sleeping in rooms having one side entirely exposed to a wholsome abundance of fresh air these rundown overtaxed systems soon become strong and robust and return home truly renewed in mind and body All this with out the use of nauseous drugs or the useful morning appetizer In Turkey the impression prevails that when the sun goes down at night it has departed from before the face of man in order to pray and to consider during the coming hours of its repose the greatness of its mission to man and the munificence of Allah Two clever Americans discovered the value of an unassuming wood box a few days ago in Germany When passing a house on the way to Nuremburg Castle they espied a curiously carved box in the long tiled hallway near to the open fire place whose comfortable open space was kept replenished by the logs stowed away in a beautiful carved box The wood was removed and the box passed into the hands of American connoisseurs The workmanship is said to be wonderful The chest is supposed to have been the receptacle for containing the State papers of Nuremburg and that souieyworkman of the Sixteenth century made it Iron scroll work on the inside of the lid hides the ingenious locking mechanism and is said to be a wonderful piece of workman ship Chinese physicians pay more attention to the pulse than do their European or American brethren They have four pulsations whose variations are very marked viz the superficial the pro found the quick and the slow These they consider as having relation to the four temperaments the choleric the san guine the phlegmatic and the melancholy Their mode is to compare the number of pulsations of the artery with the intervals of the respiration of the patient Four beats of the pulse during this period they consider perfect health If it exceeds five it is too quick if under that number too slow for perfect health It is necessary to reckon fifty pulsations in order to get a correct indication The bushcovered ruins of Central America have during the past decade afforded much satisfaction to relic hun ters and interest in that section of the world is steadily increasing The sculp tured temples recently brought to the light of day in these jungles in the neigh borhood of San EHzario Honduras differ only in size from those found at Uxmal The elaboration of ornament is the same as that of the Yucatan forest town in cluding the use of big stone slabs for keystone arches The builders may not 1 have been contemporary with the Pharaohs but peace loving Caziques who fled at the approach of the Spaniards Aih R NBVIK CUNNINGHAM OAELIO LEAGUE IN CORK Under the auspices of the Cork branch of the Gaelic League the Munster Feis was opened in the Assembly rooms South Matt The interest which this function aroused in Gaelic circles in the South and the encouragement it has given to the Gaelic movement generally can not but exercise a most beneficial influence in the future in helping the efforts of those whoare engaged in this part of the country in promoting the study of the Irish language end the cultivation of Irish music and literature The pro gramme included the following competi lone Irish pipes male stepdancing brass bands bnuwand reed land In tke dancing competition reels jigs and hornpipes there wot an abnormally large number of entries and the contests In this and the other items on the programme were watched with much interest by a large and appreciative audience among whom were all the prominent defof the Gaelic taoyement Iin Ireland TAKtW NAMES Thee canvasses rOC Carpos City Direct ory are now taking the name of people for iWMxtllieu Every cltieea should see that hta or ber name haa been secured The Louiavitle City Directory ie conceded to Ht tb beat pttUfajted Every mu baa k jpievftiice and hell ten you all about itI m tIN lust provoca doLi 4- r DRALBERTADEIGDEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE For Fourth axxd Firth Wards Are YourTeeth If they need attention there is no better place toII1iI have them fixed than at the LouisvilleII 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors cry FOURTH ST HHh ZI I tM1tg HIHII 1 I 1 HHHHHHHH1 t i FRANK EWYBRANTPH- OTOORflPHERf NEW GALLERY 652 FOURTH AVE OPIOSITI s POSTOllFIO Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds +1 1 t 4 a1HJuIHlooJoIoHI 1 I t t I I +I IrItIt1 HHIIII 1 I tI t IIHIIIIHHI I Ta Ja WATHENS mICE CREAM FACTORY lCREAMERYM r AND BAKERY l OSO E iglxHb StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 TEMPLE THEATER MeffertEagle Stock Company Ix HiS lLASTI GlANCEI Matinees Monday Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday Matinees at 215 Night Performances at816Popular Prices lOc 16c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY MATINEBOCT 71 Matins Sunday Monday WedaMd y Saturday M m BEAUTIES I Headed by the ever popular Comedian W Watson and the charming Chanson ette Miss Jeanette Dupre Its a Show You Will All Talk Aboutt DINKY SflLOON J KCXOKEY Prop FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ICar FeaMeath tit Mala WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK cALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out wN D IMratekaa agent for our ordinary and industrial department None but Intel applyUommlaaiouspid oiGn r I How J t B S S J Gruber Is a Candidate for SCHOOLl r111118111 FIFTYFIRST DISTRICT Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth waads GEHERgSONComplete of H the latbst styles and best makes of Cooking and Heating Stoves Cast and SfeelRanges9 2i4 WEST MAJiKETST NJUIL UcoND 7 r rL g2 1 t CUCKX iWIH AA I xi2fflA1c u u u L t aiEii KENTUCKY u 4RISEL f AMERICAN Has celebrated its anniversary entering upon its Fifth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth This I 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 will make features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printed and 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 j SCS ifci This will result xki great benefit to our al r advertisers who should remember the fact f V that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville Tie Subscription Price IS ONLY 1i PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum I Iwe promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will P endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW 8 Z 8 8 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 J results as it now has a very large circulation r iJamong the best class of our citizens J 0 t t t r It- oh Addre s all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the u ENTUCEY IRISHH AMERICAN c 326WETGREEISTREft r- sa 7 r JOHN DILLON Arouses Enthusiasm for the United Irish League in Monaglinin Urges Ills Hearers to Unite null Sink All Potty Dif ferences The Dawn ofn Better Era Appearing for National Cause HIS ADVICE TO THE ELECTORS An enthusiastic meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was held recently at Carrickmacross County Monaghan The proceedings took place in the public square J J McCaul pre siding Resolutions were presentedand adopted indorsing the demands of the Nationalists and pledging support to John Redmond James Daly M P supported the resolutions He said if the people of the rest of Ireland were only as deter mined for unity and majority rule as the people of Faruey there would be no dis sension in the country John Ferguson Glasgow in supporting the resolutions said the cause of Irelands ruin was that Irish ideas did not rule this country The farmer was ground by the black mailer and loafer called the landlord lIe appealed to them to send an independent party and notludependeutmcn into the House of Commons John Dillon M P next spoke lie reminded them that five years ago he ad dressed a meeting there not so peaceable as the present one Were they not con vinced since that in everything be did that day he was right and that that day he struck a blow by electing Daly as member for that constituency and by sending the other gentleman before them about his businessa blow of which they were reaping the benefits today for he and the men who stood beside him were fighting then to open the doors for unity to the Irish race and if today they saw the dawn of a better era appearing for the national cause they had to thank the men who stood faithful to the principles they were denounced for standing faith ful to and when it was not an easy task to stand faithful toprinciples Only that morning he had read in a newspaper that there was no hope for Ireland because there was a difference among the leaders and they knew that during the last ten Years in many districts the people had become apathetic but when he heard all this his answer was Give me the men who never despair It was in times like those be had alluded to that the true grit of men was tried He wanted the men who stood firm when many men of re spectability and position scuttled and hid With all deliberation lIe asked them to treat as an enemy to the national cause any man who preached despair because some kickers attempted to introduce dis union in the national ranks The Land League was at first supported only by the masses of the people but when it became a mighty power then the men of respect ability and position came forward and joined it or the men who called themselves men of respectabilityand position In this present movement they had to trust to the people Every single one of the gentlemen who for the last five years had tortured Ireland by dis sension and kicking always carriedon their operations in back parlors They did not find them on the platforms of the countrY facing the people and expounding their views because the ways of darkness were afraid of light and these men were afraid to face the people Now the country was called upon to elect a new party and to send into Parliament a body of men who could be trusted to open a new chapter in the history of the Irish movement and not to tolerate any further personal dissension The great question and practically the only ques tion before Ireland today was how to get that party and how to keep it when they got it As a politician of experience he believed if at the next election they elected a party of men perfectly united perfectly honest and perfectly pledged to vote together they would not act to gether two years if there was not an organization in the country to watch them He would suppose that there were no rogues among them and that was a rather large supposition to make but suppose they were all honest men and do you suppose they would act together if there was not some power to compel them to act together If they had got an honest party they would keep it united by keeping alive in every con stituency a united fighting active and vigilant national organization They should constantly watch and discuss the operations of their member and when the session was over they should compel their member to come and meet them and then tell them what they thought of himDid they suppose that if there had been such an organization for the last ten years dozens of Nationalist members grossly and cynically would have ne glected their duty He knew members who had treated their constituent with absolute contempt and yet they had not been called to account He jiuUnotd the case of North Donegal whose went ber had never shown his face in the coq stituency It was equally the duty of a constituency y to supped and encourage lU member when he was doing right What encouragement was lit to theamen who worked hard in Parliament to ob serve wiwntthey cause borne that the men who had done nothing stall were just in the same position as they While such a condition of things eZIMed fttwas idle for the people Jo tfilnk that they would maintain a j united t party He upsraddenly i iii 1 IRISH SSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second 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 stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy Serge ntatArmsJohn Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets onthe Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Campfield Recording Secretary John Mooney FinancialSecretaryJohu T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings President John Cavanaugb Vice PresidentMichael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial Secretary James Coleman 117 Twentieth Treasurer George J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Grogan Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 420 East Gray street AssistantThomas Langan TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatAvms Jerry Hallahan SentinelWilliam Ansbro t DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din 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 PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording Secretary John J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn KenneySentinelTimothy were good Nationalists until he knew what hot been their record for some time past If men did not support the organ ization of the people he would not take their Bible oath that they would remain faithful to the party He knew a mem ber of the Irish party who swore he wouldact with the majority and a month had not elapsed after the election when he defied the majority of Jiis party They should watch the men who were actuated by private malice and would not sink or forget private differences when the in terests of Irelaud were at stake Parnell ites and those who opposed them were now standing together in as hearty cooperation as before the split Those old differences were settled and he hoped would soon be forgotten- A voice What about Tim DillonI hope it is in the power of no man living to unearth them again He may find and I name no namesIn try ing to unearth the ghost of these differences that be is putting himself into the earth and his political power Continu ing he said that if they elected a genu ine fighting united and disciplined party working in cooperation with the United Irish League the Irish cause would pro gress irresistibly until the triumph of vic tory was secured lIe appealed to them to organize the general election fund in their respective parishes when they went home When the Tories of South Dublin had spent 57600 in five years to keep one seat it was not too much to ask for 50000 to win eighty seats If a land purchase bill would be introduced while Ireland was disorganized the tenants would be well salted If the policy pur theyIants would regret it when they were endeavoring pay installments If they had had a strong and united party in Parliament they could have prevented the appointment of Judge Ross to the Land Judges Court In conclusion be asked them to treat with contempt the warnings of the croakers and the prophets of evil who were always found iu goodIpeople which had carried every Irish organization and leader to victory let them ignore the men who called them selves gentlemen Of position and leading and believe that the cranks and croakers and the prophets of evil will be struggling to get on the platform by and by- ONiFARE ROUND TRIP TO LEXINGTON BY TI1ESOUTHERN RAILWAY 6a account of the Lexington trots The greatest harness racing in the South Tickets on sale October 1 to 13 inclusive good to return October 15 The Southern railway liaa three daily trains between Louisville aadt Lexington HaY rates to Louisville and return On October 1 and 2 the Sou1hrnraitWa will sell roundtrip ticket from all station in Kentucky to Louisville at one clew the round trip good to return until1 October 8 Frcfurther information apply to the nearest agent ott the uthemr I- 1wayA Whedony Passenger Agent 280 Fourth avenue Louitrille Jfyi s Tc Swift City AgegiMain toppoUtPhotnix Hotel Lexington Ky William PareegerAgeeot c f J RECENT DEATHS There was a large attendance of sofrow ing friends and relatives at the funeral services over the remains of Mary Mul hern which were held at St Patricks church Monday morning She was born in Ireland seventy six years ago but had long been a resident of this city Roger McDonough for many years assistant engineer at the Louisville Trust Company building died Sunday morning at his home 605 Twentysixth street He was well known in the West End where he had many friends lIe was the father of Misses Anna and Nora and Miles Mc Donough Patrick Keane whose funeraloccurred at St Patricks church Monday morning was twentysix years old anti a young man well known and highly respected His death resulted from a severer attack of pneumonia after an illness of short duration The deceased was a native of Ireland but since corning to Louisville had resided with his cousin John Keane the Tenth ward Democratic Chairman James Keane the popular Hibernian is another cousin The funeral of Charles Hecht who died from a stroke of paralysis took place from the Dominican church and the solemn obsequies were largely attended Notwithstanding his advanced age he had been enjoying excellent health and his sudden end was as unexpected as it was sad Pour children Mrs Edward Hetti ger Mrs Edward Schleicher and two un married daughters survive him Mr Hecht had for many years been a resident of this city and was highly respected by all who knew hi- mTHEATRICALS The new transformations in this years Superba which comes to the Avenue next week touch on many important subjects allegorical patriotic and other wise Some are animated with figures from life others with appropriate songs descriptive of the subject illustrated while others arc simply pictures calcu lated to please the eye and enhance by charming light and calcium effects The scenery this year in Superba has been repainted and rebuilt throughout and is marvelously beautiful The Temple Stock Company is fast winning its way into public favor Its work during the past two weeks has been equal to that of most of the highpriced companies coming here and this is appreciated by a steadily increasing attend ance Next week the company will be seen in comedy His Last Chance being the attraction This play is only second as a laugh maker to Jane The story is that of a young man who has told his rich old uncle every manner of story to obtain money but as a last chance invents some strong and ludicrous arguments some of which fail While the play is of the farcical order the story- Isespeciallystrong and keeps the audi enceguessing until the final curtain The prince of all vaudeville comedies W B Watson will bring to the Bucking ham next week his popular attraction the American Burlesquers The company this season with the exception of the star and his charming partner in fun Jeanette Dupre is entirely new and in cludes such highclass artists as the Em pire Comedy Four composed of Harry I Cooper Clarence R Wilbur William Fuller and Louis A Hanvey the Brothers Lassard marvelous acrobats Dupre and Lee clever comediennes Les Voujeres the Parisian favorites Mildred Murray the pleasing soubrette George H Dia wand the popular vocalist and a chorus of twentyfive handsome women This organization has always made good and the patrons f the Buckingham may safelyanticipate a week of excellent amusement SAVED BY A CRUCIFIX Solve American soldiers who had by the fortunes of war fallen Into the haunts of the Filipinos had been condemned to execution amid as related by Lieutenant Comnmnder Gilmore in McClures they owed their escape from death to a pecu liar circumstance I have always believed says the soldier who relates the incident that the Lieutenants refusal to obey orders and execute us was due to the effect produced in his mind by an in cident which had occurred night or two earlier At one of our stops he hadshown me a crucifix which he wore hung by a ribbon around his neck and said to me The Americanos are not Christians Oh yes I repliedall the Americans are Christians But you neVer wear any crucifixes J opened my jacket and showed him my breast A crucifix had been tattooed there years ago when I was a midshipman The Tagal leaped to his feet with an exclamation of surprize He instantly crossed himself His eyes nearly started out of his head I ex plained to him that any one could buy a crucifix and hang it around his neck but that I had endured pain to have my cru cifix pricked in the flesh and that as he could see it must always be with me There was a marked change in his man per toward me afterthatB- OBBYS II ANSWER School Teacher Wha little boy can tell me where is the home of the swallow BobbyI kinj please School Teacher Well Bobby BobbyTbehomeof the swallow is the stummick LAIYYER VS DOCTOR Ii Apropos of the lawyers pitching llato experts oa the witness stand ia murder trial the cane i recalled where the tier1 yet looked quizzically at the doctor who wai testifying and said Doctors sometime make taiakest donftttheyjiHTJte Wale tie jawtIwaltke reply But doctors mitah4er lilpurJedx feet under round seid tkllawyer Yes saidI the dockeraml lawyers mtaUkes sometime swing six feetJin the ais PRaJ w l m Is a Candidete for Reelection for scnooi Trustee From the Ninth and Tenth Wards ELECTRIC FANS JJIJIJsJJsJsGRONENR 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a SpecialtyI Wiring of all Kinds Telephone 18GB H441H111Il1111H + iSt Cloud Hotel 5 IL Cor 2d S Jefferson Sis J T At FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan 50c 75c and f100 American Plan 2 and 260 1 l lllHlH1nll lHHI H +4I + + t + + + fW TREBINGS HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W MarketSt Louisville Ky Telephone 3431A The finest and best equipped dol lar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional people COALI Doooneny GO 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 JELLICO NUT 300 LAUREL LUMP 300 LAUREL NUT275Pit- tsburg Lump 325 Pittsburg Nut 300 Now is the time to buy your winter supply of freshly mined and well screened Jellico aud Laurel Coal TEL 469 FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAMM MMEHLCo- rner L Fifteenth and Maple Sts Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound RfAGANS JXCHANGE S W Cor Preston end Market Wines Liquorsi and Cigarsi Hot Soup and Warm Lun- chMURPHYM DEALER IN GROCERIES PRODUCED tMEATS WISH Liquors Feed HaT ud Orals N S Cor Seventeenth and Portland d- oeFLYNNTHOSt DEALER IN MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONUMENTS 112325 W Main St LuiSlllle Ky lirSatisfaction warrantedl FAHEYS EXCHANGE e JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44A ONLY ONE Sundayschool Teacher Why Willie WilaoBt l Fighting again Didnt last Sundays llesion teach that when you are struck on one cheek you ought to turn the other Jo the strikerf Willlt Ywm but lie hit me on the toM ah IyJs only xot onef j RanwyCotMpiItlreportedi a 01 all JiU tehgnpltti by introdt d tguite p d x EMLV JUTT 417 East Market St 3 Door Below Bacons Millinery1Prices1 JOSEPH D COONEY f MANUFACTURER OF MLAWLERSO HISA SUPERIOR 6 OEJ2VT OIQAJKJ 1207 West Main Street Louisville Are Your Savings Earning Something JF 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 LayTwelveliensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 iI ROGERI man1 r fII COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I f N W Cor 21st and Portland I Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINESCGI ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 0 ToT MOORES PlflGE 1621 PORTLAND AVE Afll Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS Illinois i6ntral 7 THE FAST LINE T- Oflemphis AN- DNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Daily M MrHlS RND NfW ORfRNSlIMIHD Leaves Louisville 040 p in daily and isii a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe DIning Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m IH NfW ORlf NS SPfClRl arrivlnKMemphis ghSleeping pPullmanFpnciscoor delay W J McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H JIansonG ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- 0Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IM INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS OrCornerRiver iCNo0e J QA PXCtt KyWARRBNWMP D FPnAQ Pt A CINCINATLO r r y 4++++++++f+t + I f +t + + 1900 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1900I JIIMLS NORTON Democratic Nominee for School Trustee FORTYNINTH DISTRICT Composed of the Eighth and Ninth wards tl1 1 ++++++++++++++TT T T T T f T T T T T TTT T T T +H t+ t t t t t t t t t t t t tt tt + GUILFOYLE SIMONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERSA Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third aud Fourth where we will be glad to see all of our old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfaction GdIILOYCFrI1kIO1 Tt TAILORS AND IMPORTERS 3VOW Store No e3 SO Wtswt ivicxrrcot Stxoot ++ + H tM H tM f M ++ Ht tH M Ht +++ HM M tMt t H + +++44+++++++ FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60i NCOn1ORAVED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY 6 = I DANIEL Dougnorty DOUGHERTY t K THOMAS F11 IL UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I LI LJ3PHON 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car I riages Furnished for All Occasions elf KxzsxEi ioiiixEfiioiiiiisisxzisxiK eHmfx- ixMuifloonr Monument Gonpnyl DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF iITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I Monuments ii- I Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studies Carrara Italy I T1 WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN 9K a HHHHHftftHftHIl ftH M Mea PARADISE en i Ii SAMPLE ROOM I Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR al aII II Telephone 884 248 West Jefferson Street JOHISC 3EC FHANIC W WALTERS f J Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET T kphope 292 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN P OBRTBLBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERYn CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Tsp1aphono 891 LOUISVILLE KY THOROUAH TAIHI rA it aorigt OP if1R UNMy THIRD AND MAIN TC t4OU11MlJUC V rJ 1I J lmttmH t n tmmtJ t t t tmH FIRST SELECT DANCE 1 JDO BE QrvBjjsr 13Y TicE COUNTY BOARD A 01HI Monday Night October 29 1900 AT HIBERNIAN HALL331 West Market Street Bet Third and Fourth 1siDMISSION 2Ci CENTS THOMAS KEENAN PRESIDENT + THOMAS DOLAN W T MEEHAN JOHN CAVANAUGH 2 JOHN HENNESSY JOIN MULLOY JERRY IIALLAHAN t H t H + i++ ii + H +iNt++Htt +i + t+t 4H++ i+ i H++II Hff +++aatl++fl +++ IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges It is stated that Right Hon W J Pir tie has been invited to contest Derry City in opposition to Count Moore A committee of Irish ladies that will include the Duchess of Abercorn and the Countess of Arran will hold a bazar at Windsor this month for the sale of Irish fabricsThe members of the Urban District Council of Clontarf have memoralized the Lord Lieutenant to sanction the con tinuance of the Royal Irish Constabulary inClontarfThe of Joseph Tierney the eldest son of John Tierney of Louistown I County Kildare were interred September 20 in Great Connell Abbey His illness was of short duration- A young man named Patrick Hayes was killed at Ring near Clonakilty by being accidently thrown out of a swing Boat His skull was fractured and death was almost instantaneous John McKay of Newcastle on Tyn e and Cabra Towers County Down Ina declared as erroneous the statement tha he would stand as an independent candi date for West Down at the coming election At the Church of St Marys Kiunegad Rev Father Ledwidge united in marriage Thomas Cully only son of the late John Cully of Ballinabarney County Meath and Maggie Gould only daughter of Patrick Gould of the same place The police at Kilmacow County Kil kenny have arrested the local Postmas ter Patrick Colclough on a charge of embezzlement They brought him be fore Ulick Burke by whom he was re manded to the Kilmacow monthly petty sessions bail being accepted- In the Belfast Custody Court Andrew Boal was put forward charged on remand with the murder of his wife Medical evidence was given to the fact that death wasdue to fracture of the skull and lacer ation of the brain which were either due to blows or to a severe fall The prisoner was remanded- At a meeting of the Ardilaun party held in the Rathndnes Town Hall Francis Elrington Ball was selected to oppose Horace Plunkett for South Dublin at the general election The issue in now fairly knit between these rival Unionists and the fact will serve to quicken the interest of the Nationalists in the fourthcoming contest The Mayor of WaterfordJ Councillor Alexander Nelson has bought the prem ises in Lady lane Waterford recently held by John Adair and has handed the site over to the citizens for the purpose of utilizing it for the erection of a free library reading room aud museum The Mayors generous action is much appre ciated by his fellowcitizens- A man named Michael Conway who was a servant of Major Urquhart of Strawberry Hill near Belmont was found drowned in the Grand canal between Belmont and Banagher Deceasedwas at the Banagher fair and leftfor home in the company of others from the place Nothing was heard of him until his body was found in the water There is a sus picion of foul play in the matter A sad shooting fatality occurred at Silverwood about a quarter of a mile from Lurgan It appears that Robert Graceyr a coachman in the employ of Miss Cuppage when attempting on the Silverwood road to fire off a revolver accidentally sot his nephew Allen Gra ceyaged fourteen who with a few companions was standing on the opposite side of the road The bullet pierced the boys heart and he died instantaneously Sunday week last an old man named Thomas Strains aged seventy years was found drowned in the Blackwater river at Moy quay The deceased was a gate house keeper in the employ of Mrs Sloan of Dunlow House and was missed about 9 oclock on Sunday morning A search WM immediately instituted and deceased was subsequently discovered in the river by Janus Whitely John Malone t Cerouer of Cookstowu WM la fosisd aenlanunquntteldi Tbe e ntorfary of the founding ef the PreectiUtion Copycat Kilkenny WM celebrated W week Oo Tuesday high maw WM tolewniicd at 1Q oclock when the Moe f Ruv Dr Brownrigg Bishop of OMory pfealdaf The aermou on the VeryReyEt a IIUp StAir Over English Woolen nuts Store One Door West of the Blir Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 VY Market Street Eles Bestequipped city LOUIS A SHORINGG1D S PROPRIETOR Cork the gifted author ofliMy New Curate Benediction was given by the Most Rev Dr OCallaghan Bishop of Cork In the evening a series of enter tainments will be given by the children The decision of the Catholic hierarchy to issue as a bilIngual document the pas toral to be addressed by then to the Irish people as a result of their deliberations at the recent solemn synod held at May nooth may be described as no less than an epoch making event The action of the Bishops embodies the formal recog nition by the church of the language as an integral part of the national life This departure shows how enlightened l and truly national in the spirit animating the highest ecclesiastical authorities in the land It is to be hoped now that all the clergy throughout the country will follow the example so nobly set by the episco pateOn Tuesday September 18 office and requiem high mass were celebrated in the parish church Garristown County Dub tin for the repose of the soul of the late deeply lamented pastor Rev Father Nolan who died at the parochial house on Saturday During the solemn ceremonies the church was filled by devout congregations of sympathizing parishioners whose manifestations of sorrow at the loss of so devoted and zealous a priest were only too evident among all classes present The celebrant of the mass was Very Rev James Baxter of Clondalkin deacon Very Rev P J Pee of Balbrig gan subdeacon Rev N Russell of BalI briggan and master of ceremonies Rev M Cashin Garristown Intelligence has reached New Ross of a sad boating fatality near Fethard County Wexford whereby a young man named William Doyle lost his life and two others narrowly escaped a similar fate Doyle was in a boat with Richard I Power and the tatters son a young ladI the trio forming a fishing party When they were about a couple of hundred yards from the shore the boat which was little more than a canoe was seen to beII leaking Power attempted to plug thei hole but with hardly a moments warn ing the bottom of the boat gave way and the three occupants were struggling inII the water Doyle at once sank and dls appeared Power however was able to swim and getting his little son who fs only twelve years old on his back heII truck out for the shore He might haveII failed in his object but that two menII named Hanlou and Fardy seeing his 1 plight put out a boat and rescued fatherII and son Doyle who Jothls life was twentytwo years of SIll aad was an only son FAIR FOR ST MARYS The Jiret fair of the tewen will be In I augurat d at St Marys of the Knobs la I Lafayette township next Monday end coBtimt for three rights Rev FUr I HihUrtmtnd aad hie pariehjoaere bope to I reeliM a sisat MUM for the benept of the church A Wind woodeavfyert wig My rite i never MW bitu eer iwtt she often yoe to eebiniMw U i HIBERNIANSI What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Divisions 1 2 and 4 meet next week Division 3 of Minneapolis will cele brate Hallow Een with a grand ball All should labor to make the dance to be given October 29 a social success Division 9 of St Paul will soon have a large and well equipped fife and drum bandDivision 4 of Chicopee Mass has voted to hold a bazar in January lasting one week Division 1 of Brockton Mass will hold a bazar and fair beginning November 12 and continue six nights President John Cavanaugh has gone to work in earnest for the ball This means much toward its success A reception to celebrate the reunion of the order in Hudson county will he held in Jersey City on November 14 The Hibernians are always ready for charitable work as evidenced by their generous offer to the Sisters of Mercy Another division of the Ladies Auxil ary will be initiated October 14 by County President Victory in Providence R I Matt Connoly who sustained severe injuries at the depot three weeks ago is still unable to leave his home on Itle street The members of Division 6of Fall River Mass recently presented Presi dent Moriarty with a gold watch chain and charm Division 4 extends a general invitation to the free doings Wednesday evening Turn out all and enjoy the hospitality of the Limerick men The Hibernian Knights of Providence attended in a body in uniform the laying of the corner stone of St Anthonys church last Sunday Pat Holleys advice to the young men was listened to with close attention Wed nesday evening His interest in the new members takes wide scope One of the attractive aud amusing feat ures next Wednesday evening will be John Brown and his magic flute without which any social function of Division 4 would be a failure Division 3 had an interesting meeting Wednesday night Several strange faces were present among them James J Brown whom all were glad to welcome after his long illness Con Hallahan supplied the smokers Tuesday evening Everything went well till he passed the cigarettes and what a sight some of the old dudes presented enjoying their first smoke State President Shine has not yet issued the commissions to the officers of the Hibernian Knights They are expected daily Judge Shine has now been looked for here for some time past Division 1 of JefTersonvifte has made extensive preparations for its picnic at Forest Park on Thursday evening Octo ber 18 This will be a jolly reunion of the membership of the Falls Cities In response to hundreds of inquiries the statement is made that Jim Moores happiness increases daily The little daughters of Erin are now the most admfred personages on the avenue and none feel prouder than their popular fatherThere is an interesting contest now on in Minneapolis between the Minneapolis and St Paul County Boanls The county initiating the least new members before January 28 shall pay to the County Board initiating the largest number the sum of f50 in cash- ExCounty President John Murphy was the guest of DivisionS Wednesday night Upon being introduced by Presi dent Cavanaugh he made a most eloquent appeal to the members to keep their division to the fore and related in a most complimentary way some of its past history J159 INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 150 BIO FOUR ROUTE Sunday October 7 special train leaves SeveMtkttreet Union depot at 8 oclock aHI Returning special train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock p RJ Get tickets at city oMCj 218 Fourth avenue aad at depot Positively the lest excursion of the MMO to Indianapolis SGatGe Agent liwhl there arevisitors rip thec raw lag roused How de ypn know Ussi tn papa ui Myt lCI My dw to warn psalr J U A f Ji JOHN B GSSLBMAN ARTHUR G LANGHAM BRKCKINRIDCK CASTIKMAN Royal Insurance CoI OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN THE WORLD BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OFFICESI OOLDMSIA BUILDING =I Nothing sold but I CS I goods LOUISVILLE KY mnmm17mmnntflttnnflnfl t1tttttttt I RAFFOS I guaranteed Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville 1 A store where quality is of first consideration =place where you are treated right and money back =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con =sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will rlike to trade here once you have tried it Hauling and Moving Attended To K 321 WEST MARKET STREET 1 =3 North Side 1 1 3- BPTWDCN THIRD AND I =3 1111111il111111111111111111111111111 UUULU1111UUIUl1tILULUIUUIC IE III 1f lf Z lE 1 IIIIIl i ma I1 mzJ II GranW Smiths Sons jj g Funeral Directors sv I And Embalmers IIMISS8 KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer ss g- I=I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice m MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 81O = ftIKUEADIUHIDDIHIH2 1 ftIIUznftzl CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDERANDECHOLSCOALALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All SIzesAnthraclto Coal on Hand Tel 157 and 2324 =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer 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