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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t KENTuckiRisuI AMERICAN VOLUME VNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 CLOSE OF BAZAR Work of Friends of the Sisters ofMercy Crowned With y Success Nellie Finncgan and Laura Ilaflfo Won the Doll Show Prizes A The Juvenile Cake Walk Last Night Delighted nn Im mense Crowd SOME OF THE PLEASANT FEATURES The bazar and fair for the Sisters of Mercy which has daily grown in popu larity since its opening will come to a successful close tonight at Music huh The results are most gratifying to the E ladies and gentlemen who have had the affair in charge Owing to the many counter attractions and the interest man- Ifested in the election the attendance has not been quite as large as had been hoped for nevertheless the patrons and friends of the worthy Sisters have been indeed liberal and a handsome sum will be realized for their needed new home Our limited space precludes the possibility of lengthy notice of the ladies and gentlemen whose work has made this the most enjoyable bazar yet held here Each and every one labored zealously night and day and are entitled to unstinted praise The Executive Committee made happy selections for special nights for the past week all of which were duly appreciatedand brought out a large attendanceOwing the illness of President Mike Duffy which confined him to his home for over two weeks the arduous duties fell upon Thomas Tarpey who has been most resourceful in devising ways and means for drawing crowds and providing delightful entertainments Others who deserve all the praises that can be bestowed upon them are Messrs Joseph Hubbuch Denny Coleman Andrew Kast Larry Gattq Will Soden John Malone Thomas Malone Thomas Keenan Dan Murphy John Henuessy Mike Walsh GlranI Alexander John Stfck1er Tony Norton Neil Curtin Mr OHgschlager Joseph Vetter and Officers Austin Nally and Mike Murray Those gentlemen were ready at all times to assist the ladies and visitors and their services proved of almost incalculable value The Elks Knights of Columbus Knights of St George Hibernians Catholic Knights Catholic Knights and Ladies GermanAmericans and Irish Americans had special nights and all turned out in creditable numbers par ticularly the Knights of Columbus Hibernians and Elks quite a jolly party of the latter headed by Exalted Ruler Brown Dave Hirsch and James J Fitz gerald being patrons Tuesday afternoon alsoAmong the pleasant and profitable social features were the many dinner pares formed during the week These were all made realty delightful by the charming manner and unbounded hospitality of Mesdames Tom Tarpey Andy Kast Phil McGovern Evers Malone Ropke and Miss Mollie Barrett assisted by pretty and winsome misses without number who each day prepared a varied but excellent menu The sensation of the week was the un exampled and unpretentious generosity of Col John Whallen who won the last ing goodwill of every fnend of the Sisters With two friends he took dinner and in payment therefor presented Mesdames Tarpey and Kast one hundred dollars When the ladies recovered from their surprise and the fact became known there ensued a whirlwind of enthusiasm never before witnessed at this or any other fair- Among others who were very liberal were Mayor Weaver Edward Tierney H S McNutt President Duffy and Dr J W Fowler all of whom at various times headed parties of friends gueststhoughMessrs Pat Bannon andJohn McAteer who each day formed the nucleus of a crowd that caused the best of feeling to prevail upon their approach Col Mike Muldoon as every one knows is quite a Chesterfield and very popular with the fair sex but an innocent joke came near losing their friendship When the three cronies appeared Col Muldoon was over heard to ask for tickets for himself and sons and many and ludicrous were the surmises following However all resumed their usual serenity when the Kentucky Irish American reporter ex plained that Col Muldoon was still a widower and the others but two warm oldtime frieads The following wellknows ladies were patronesses for the doll show carnival t wad cake walk Mcidam Paul Earth Charles Crush John W MUrphy Joe Byrne A J Norton Henry C fern R A Watson Henry Schiuiplw Thomas KeetMB F K Weasels Joseph Deauazio Joseph Hubbucb Ben Schieman John Schildt Wary Holland Prank Clerget Bdward Holloraa Daniel Murphy Jots J Myna Joseph Vetter and Daniel 1 DoughertyPretty tle girls and patty dolls pre dominatod Wednesday evening when the r tn+ show tcok place Foe thin event n U L I the following entries were made with Mrs R A Watson the originator of the doll show and carnival who deserves the most credit for their success Misses Elenora Johns Marie Murphy Susie Bywater Rosa Rapp Helen Strassel Edna Murphy Adelaide Strassel Willie Murphy Lucien Stmssel Nellie Finnc gan Lillian McNulty Nellie Flannelly Claudine Clements Henrietta Dulaney Margaret Clements and Laura Raflb Besides these there were numberless others not entered who came with rich dolls poor dolls comic and all kinds of dolls but none attracted the attention be stowed upon the children themselves The prizes were awarded to little Nellie Finnegan and Laura Raffo the decision of the judges Ben Schieman Joe Dough erty and Joe McGinn being received with universal satisfaction But it remained for the carnival and cake walk to bring out the largest attend ance at the bazar For several days the greatest interest and speculation pre vailed as to who were entered and excite ment was manifest upon all sides long before the hour for the contest when the following entries were announced Misses Marie Murphy Susie Bywater Corinne Miller Henrietta Redman Joseph Byrne Adele Schneiderhahn Lillian Busche meyer Mabel Ray Helen Mahr Edna Buschemeyer Lelia Trub Grace Watson Josephine Buckley Lillian McNulty Nellie Flannelly Messrs Otto Miller Peter Smith Philip Connell Elmo Hit lerich Theo Mahr Willie Buschemeyer Frances Tight Bertha Clark Quessie Foote Lillian Rodgers Louise Curran Mary Saunders Anna Harding Stalley Bowers Elaine Rice Estella Watson Thomas Willenberg Hettie Jones Eva Smith Laura Joseph Charles Curran Theyoung ladies of the alumnae have done excellent work during the past two weeks and will commemorate the close of the bazar Monday evening They have secured Music Hall for that night when they will entertain their many friends and patrons with a grand progressive euchre party for which they have secured twenty handsome prizes This will prove quite a society event all of the ladies beingwell known and popular All the arrangements have been completed Mrs Augusb Ropke and Misses Kit Holloran Frankie Smith Alice McLaughlin Lily Kirley Mamie Coonan Bea Small Nell Holland Lula Lawton Bettie Lincoln Lily Vantyne Nell Lincoln Fannie Bess OReilly Mary Newman Anna Cleary Marie Mc Bride Ella Pottinger Edith Dowling Hattie Hurst hula Fackler Susie Auger meier Nell Morgan and Maggie Laffan will constitute charming nadliyely re ception committee The handsome cake donated by Jailer Pflanz was one of the greatest attractions during the past few days It was one of the largest and most artistic ever exhibited in Louisville Many prospective brides gazed at it most wistfully 1 ARCHBISHOP IRELAND Delivers Eloquent Address to Students at Blackrock I College Archbishop Ireland who last week re turned from Europe just before leaving Ireland was the guest at Blackrock Col lee where he delivered an eloquent address to the students some three hun dred in number His Grace who was received with hearty applause thanked the students for the warmth of their welcome His work had been to strive to uplift the Irish race and place them where he be lieved God had intended them to be if they were faithful to their vocation He he had traveled through many lands and spoken to many audiences but his emotion that evening was deep indeed stand ing as he did on Irish soil and speaking to young men in whose hands were the destinies of the Irish people Half a century hence those whom he addressed would be alive to see the fruits of their own efforts and he trusted those efforts would be such as to place the Irish people in possession of all their legitimate rights and worthy of the possession of those rights and giving forth a plentiful harvest that would attract the admiring eyes of nations They were children of Gods churchachurch that had weath ered the storms of two thousand years and had shown that diving invincibility that was put into her by her founder What a noble future was in store for Ire land What a grand mission was that which Christ had given to the Irish peo ple A superficial observer might say What is Irelande little island cast out amid the billows of the Atlantic whose children had not attained much national glory and whose destiny had been suffer ing and often poverty But to him who read things as God read them the Irish people had a history whose every page dazzled the eye with its glories The Irish people had a work allotted to them such as was allotted to no other nation God had given them the mission disaeminatingiting world Irishmen today had the duty of giving to the world the highest example of faith courage and intelligence in order that throughout the vast regions of the Unglfah peaking world Jh Irish abroad might be encouraged by the ex ample of those at home and that the work of Catholicising those regions might be accomplished Ireland should be the great lighthouse 91 faith whose JttodintJ Wb4t nation dos a criminal tJ draad mot CqmfltniniitVmv 6 1 fr ASK OUR AID Delegates From Wolfe Tone and- NinetyEight Memorial Association Coming I I Is a Movement Which Embraces All Sections of Jrish- Nationalists Will Arrive in Louisville During tho Month of December MONUMENT FOR THE IRISH HEROES The Kentucky Irish American has re ceived the following letter from the Wolfe Tone and NinetyEight Memorial Association of Ireland with headquarters in Dublin and cheerfully pledges its support to the gentlemen who will visit this city during December All Irishmen and IrishAmericans honor the memory of the heroes of the great Irish insurrec tion of one hundred years ago and there fore will contribute toward the erection of a memorial in Dublin that will make amends for past neglecta monutdent second to none to be found anywhere The appeal should not fall upon deaf ears and all will hereafter feel proud that theyassisted in the patriotic work no matter how small their contribution The letter which will interest all our readers we give in full Editor of the Kentucky Irish American WOIPB TONU AND 98 MEMORIAL COMMITTKK OFFICES CITY HALO DunI UN October 1DooA movement to pro mote the erection in Dublin of a memo rial commemorative of the great struggle for Irelands independence in 1798 was inaugurated in 1898 It is a movement which embraces all sections of Irish Na tionalists Its object is to erect in the metropolitan city of our country a monument that shall be in every respect a memorial worthy of the United Irishmen and their great leader who fought so heroically for Irish liberty a hundred years ago- Dublin possesses neither statue nor public testimony of any kind to Wolfe Tpneuor to the other guidingjspirits of the great insurrection The sites ttheI prisons which held them or of the scaffolds on which they were done to deathii by England are still left as the sole wit nesses to their magnificent devotion in the cause of nationhood and of the venge ful deeds of its enemies This has beenI a reproach to all Irishmen who cherish their names and memories and who be lieve in the principles associated with aI fight for freedom which deservedvictory for its lofty national purpose and which defeat has been unable to rob of either glory or renown This reproach must not be passed on to another generation of Nationalist Irish men It is therefore intended to ask the cooperation of our race at home and in exile in a work of recognition and grati tude such as can be pointed to in after generations as an evidence of the living spirit of independence which dominated the countrymen of Theobald Wolfe Tone a century after his herculean efforts to crown his fatherland with the priceless heritage of national liberty- In furtherance of this object delegates will at an early period in December probably visit your district on our behalf to collect funds for this memorial project We therefore confidently appeal to our fellow countrymen in America to render generous support to the efforts of our delegates and by forming commit tees of reception etc in their several districts to afford a fillip to their work Date of arrival of delegates will be duly announced by them Hoping to obtain your patriotic support we remain JOHN OLBARV President J 2 DUNNIt Secretar- yELECTION OF DELEGATE Important Question For the Catholic Union to De cide Tomorrow The delegates from the various societies of Louisville to the Catholic Union will meet in regular monthly session tomor row afternoon at Trinity Council Hall East Gray street when matters of groove importance will be discussed President Edward J McDermott who has been before the United States Supreme Court at Washlngtiou will return for this meeting and every delegate should en deavor to be present Bylaws for the government of the union will be submitted by the aQlof Directors together with several recent mendations for changes in the constitu tion which have been heretofore rues tioned In three columns Another inter Ming matter to be determined will be when and where the ensuing meetings will be held Many favor meeting with the various affiliated societies in regular order which would doubtless be a spies did manner of acquainting all with the workings and purposes of this represent ative body- Whether or sot Louisville wilt be rep resented at the meeting called for- Thankagiving afternoon at the Fifth Aveau Hotel in New York City may Job deddd Dekpies from ill UM c leading societies of the United States such as the Knights of Columbus Young Mens National Uuio Ancient Order of Hibernians Catholic Knights Youug Mens Institute Knights of St John Catholic Benevolent Legion Total Abstl nance Union and mahy others are then expected fib assemble and take definite action looking toward national federa tion While little Attention has been given this meetinglocally there are those repreIsentedimportant relating t other subjects as well as those above inentionedaud all the members of Trinity Council are ex pected to be present the session 4r RECENT bEATHS There was a feeling of sincere sorrow throughout the WetSundayfmorning when the news of the death of Rosa the beloved wife of Daniel Quill was made known flatting the past sea son the grim upon many in that reapericalled but none whose missed than that of the when the future seemed brightest Though suffer ing from a complication of diseases her friends were hopefu jbff her recovery thinking her youth twentysix years would enable heftoi urvive the illness which proved fatalJ The funeral took place Wednesday irion ing at St Cecilias church and there wasja large attendance at the solemn requiem mass at which Rev Father Dra dywai the celebrant To the bereaved husband and relatives we extendour heartfelt hympathy We regret to announce the unexpected and sudden death of Dr Allen Kelch which occurred at St sephs Infirmary Tuesday night FOI rears he had been a wellknown practitioner in Louisville and was most liberaltin his treatment of the poor and unfortunate Three children Misses Cara and rSusie and Dudley Kelch are thus bereft of a devoted and loving father their mother having pre ceded him some yeais ago and sincere sorrow is felt for them in this their most irreparable loss T0el fuuerable took place from the residence Sixth and Wal nut streets Thursday Corning a vast concourse of frieuds companying the remains to Cave Hill cemetery For the bereaved son sad daughters we feel pro found sympathy XiJP Miss Carrie Dlerkeqs who made her home with her sister airs Philip Hutti mtff Thirteenth and va t street agax l4foudays Cof short duration Her death wail a shock to her many relatives and acquaint ances by whom she was admired for many lovable traits of character She was loyal to her convictions of duty a faithful and devoted friend and an ardent Christian Her funeral took place Wed nesday morning from St Marys church where solemn requiem mass was celebrat ed the edifice being filled with mourning friends and relatives by whom she will be sadly missed May the earth rest lightly upon her With profound sorrow we announce the death of the beloved and estimable wife of Dr John W Galvin School Trustee for the Eighth and Ninth wards after a protracted and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude She was born in St Louis where she has relatives among the best families Besides her husband she leaves two chil dren Her funeral takes place this morn- Ing from the Cathedral where she had been one of the prominent soloists Mrs Sarah OReilly widow of the late Dr John OReilly died late Thursday night at her residence 527 West Oak street after a long and painful illness She was a sister of the late Steve and Alexander Maxwell both of whom died here some years ago She leaves two daughters Mrs William Franke and Miss Same OReilly LIMERICK DEMOCRATIC CLUB The Young Mens Limerick Democratic Club will hold an open air rally tonight at Seventh and St Catherine streets Hon Ollie James will addressthe meet ing Although this club has only been organized about three weeks it has a membership of 340 Meetings are held every Thursday night at their club rooms Officers of the club are PresidentJ W Seller Vice PresidentJames A Ross SecretaryTreasurer Johu J Barry Se eantatArnlsJoh Winn Executive Committee Steve Toomey Charles McCarthy William Delaney APPOINTED DETECTIVE Officer William Laffey who for some years has ranked among the most efficient and popular ineuibersof the Louisville police force has been appointed detective for the Illinois Central and will next week enter upon his new duties Isis resignation was tendered the Board of Safety last Tuesday Detective Laffey returned not long since frost Ireland where he spent the Manner in company with his slater and Col Rick Quinn Many friends declare leis good fortune results from iris cosnectfaaa with the blarney stone whij abroad UNDERGOING iAN OPERATION The many friends of exCouncilman Joke McElllott will leseaI with regret of hianarovMlsst7ueslartots Mary awl Blissbeth Hospital for the purpose of undergoing lu operation Eats reports convey the welcome news that his speedy recovery has ban predicted by tbattettding physickos J 7 + M i AUSPICIOUS Inaugural by Division 1 of Its Now Winter Series of Entertainments Able and Interesting Paper Head by Attorney Newton- G Rogers This Movement Should Provo Popular and Augment the Membership MADE MERRY FOR TWO HOURS The series of exercises intended by Division 1 for the entertainment of the Hibernians of Louisville was most aus piciously inaugurated last Tuesday even- Ing The largest attendance of the season was present with Presidents Meehan Cavanaugh and Hennessy and delega tions of visitors from their respective divisionsPresident Thomas Dolan presided and the regular order of business was dis patched with rapidity after which in a happy manner he introduced Newton G Rogers whose paper on the famous Tich borne case was one of the most compre hensive and interesting ever heard in Hibernian Hall He vtffa given the clos est attention and at its finish received quite an ovation Others will follow in regular order and will prove instructive as well as entertaining For the next meeting James Rogers has consented to deliver an address on the history of Hlbernianism in Kentucky Being one of the founders of the order here his reminiscences and recollections of former well known and popular Irishmen and their work for the order shouldattract another large gathering Those who did not attend this meeting missed one that will be long remembered by those present who all hope the Entertainment Committee may soon prevail upon Attor ney Rogers to again address them It is difficult to condense a history of the case which in one form or another lasted the greater part of two years into lirtili et leisf para graphs o y asthe a entp o Arthur Orton afterward notorious as the claimant to seize upon the Tich borne estates The heir to these estates Sir Roger Tichlwrne had in 1854 embarked at Rio for England in a vessel called The Bella which was subsequently wrecked nor were any of the crew ever heard of again Lady Tichborne unwilling to believe in the loss of her son inserted advertise ments offering rewards for his recovery in various quarters One of these notices met the eye of Arthur Orton the son of a Wapping butcher then residing at Wagga Wagga a place some GOO miles from Sydney With the aid of funds raised by some friends including a Syd neyattorney named Gibb Orton came to England at the end of 1866 and opened his campaign by visiting Tichborne sec retly and being shown over the house and grounds He then went to Paris where it is alleged that the dowager recognized him as her son As however the old lady tiled before the trial came on the defense were unable to crossexamine her However she had agreed to allow Orton 5000 a year till his claim was establishedThe Tichborne vs Lushington began at Westminster on May 11 1871 The immediate result of it was that the claimants case broke down and Orton was forthwith taken into custody Ills trial began on April 23 1873 and it took an unprecedented time Dr Kenneallys speech for the defense lasted for twenty one days The Lord Chief Justice took nineteen days to suns up And after this pro tracted hearing it took the jury less than half an hour to decide that Arthur Orton was a perjured imposter and be was promptly sentenced to fourteen years penal servitude Subsequently Luie was given seven years for perjury and another of the claimants principal witnesses Brown five years Words would fail to describe the intense interest aroused all over the country by this remarkable case Par tisans and opponents of the impostor frequently came to blows and in many instances old friends quarreled and sepa rated and deadly feuds arose in families through different sides being taken on the question of the hour tshe Sir Roger was the catchword of the day and professional wits made great capital put ot the extraordinary circumstances of the trial- Released on a ticketofleave Orton gained a living as manager of a public house where the quality of the liquor sold was not so much avi attraction as the opportunity of gazing oa the notorious claimant Before his death which took place not long ago he contributed a full confession of the imposture to the columns of a weekly contemporary Late advices from England state that another claimant for the above Fen tioned estate arrived from Australia Ilia appearance hum created much excitementt and future developments will be closely watched Geaial Tow Riley and John Mulloy were theiussters of owentoaies and had refresh wetit sufficient toe the satire order which Were dispensed aIIW sear II a n midnight During the two hours given over to jollity song and story pleasing selections were rendered by James Furey in Gaelic President Dolan and John Killeen sang songs and told stories that convulsed all with laughter Interesting short talks were made by County President Keenan John Barrett Deputy Jailer Will Dalton James Cole man James Kenealy David ODonnell and others This new departure promises well for the future and will doubtless de velop much latent talent Division 1 extends a cordial invitation to all Hiber nians to be present at its next meeting FAMOUS IRISH BEAUTIES Most Popular in Ireland and Society Idols of Lim erick and Meath Two of the most popular and beautiful women in all Ireland the Countess of Fiugall and the Countess of Limerick are not of the landed gentry Neverthe less these handsome matrons are recog nized leaders in the counties into which they have married Countess Flngalls husband is one of the richest men in County Meath Ire land Ills estates are well improved He met Elizabeth Mary Margaret eldest daughter of George Durke County Gal way Ireland and May 15 1883 married her This young wife then unknown rose rapidly in the estimation oT her hus bands family and friends She is now a woman of forty but her years have not marred her beauty in the least nor have they caused her popularity and the love her tenants feel for her to wane Countess Limerick was equally un known Her father was plain J Burke Irwin County Limerick and known only in the social circles where her family was recognized The Earl of Limerick saw May Imelda Irwin in the spring of 1890 and learned to love her Their marriage followed July 23 the same year The Earl of Limericks marriage was a love match for his bride brought hint nothing in the way of a dowry Dronmore Castle County Limerick is where the Earl his wife and three children spend the greater part of their time Irelandalso has two unmarried women of whose beauty every Irishman has heard during the last year These young women are Constance Mary Butler and Beatrice Frances Elizabeth Butler daughters of Lord and Lady Ormonde andI granddaughters of the Duke of West wig w triceis twentyfour years d r uc t ro ne If1 p pcarauce the young women are not un like their mother the eldest daughter of the Duke of Westminster Lord and Lady Ormonde until their daughters were grown spent the greater part of each year at Kilkenny Castle During the social season In later years however they have lived in London at 32 Upper Brook street The Misses Butler were recognized as the beauties of London during the last seaso- nIMMENSE AUDIENCE Rev Father Hayes at Sacred Heart Church Sunday Night The Rev Father Hayes of Bowling Green one of the ablest and most capti eating orators in the Louisville diocese will give his most interesting and Instructive lecture Reminiscences of Rome at the Sacred HeaH church Seventeenth and Broadway tomorrow evening at 8 oclock under the auspices of the local conference of the Society of St Vincent de Paul Father Hayes who is well known to Kentucky Irish American readers but recently returned from the Eternal City with the Rev Father Walsh rector of the Sacred Heart where visits were made to all the points of interest and the lect ure will be one well worth hearing No admission will be charged only a collection being taken up to replenish the conference treasury As everybody Is cordially invited the revered gentle man will be greeted by a vast audience The St Vincent de Paul Society is tobe congratulated upon securing the dis tinguished clergyman for this occasion CENTRAL LABOR UNION Much Important Business to Bo Transactod Sunday- Afternoon The arrangements and preparations for the entettainment of the delegates and visitors to the national convention of the American Federation of Labor and the annual meeting of the State Federation both of which will be held in this city the fdrmer in December and the latter November 13 will occupy the attention of the Central Labor Union tomorrow afternoonThe Federation will represent all sections of Kentucky and its delibera tions will be looked forward to with great linterest Several matters of local inter est may be acted upon by the central body tomorrow which will afterward be submitted to the State convention Quite an amount of sitter business will occupy the attention of the delegates and the meeting promises to be of snore than ueuimportance We are also issformd that more unions will send represents Uves fcud affiliate What is that which Iis invisible but U never outofIgtitn Iii r tI DONT MISS t Tho Sqloct Dnnco Which Takes Place Noxt Mondayz Night Hibernian Hall Will Present Another Unusually Brll liant Scono County Board Has Arranged a Pleasant Time For Its Friends q WILL INTRODUCE SOME NEW DANCES The select dance announced under the auspices of the County Board of Hlber nians and which has been looked for ward to with pleasant anticipations for the past month takes place at Hibernian Hall next Monday night and all who at tend are assured a most enjoyable time The floors have been specially prepared for this occasion and the ballroom will be brilliautly illuminated The objects of this social gathering are worthy of hearty support Opportunity will be afforded young and old of renew- Ing former acquaintances inspecting the beautiful hall of the Hibernians seeing the dances of old as well as today and at the same time assisting in creating a fund for the County Board treasury that will be available when needed for the good work contemplated by the gentlemen composing that body and placing it Ina position to properly entertain the dele gates to the State convention when they assemble in Louisville County President Keenan will be as sisted in receiving the guests by Presi dents Tom Dolan William Median John Cavanaugh John Hennessy Capt Jerry Hallahan and John Mulloy They need no introduction to our readers and the mention of their names guarantees every thing that should be looked for at a select social dance During the evening there will be seen some oldtime Irish dances several el derly ladies and gentlemen having de clared their intention of showing the present generation how they danced reels- brdahfduwns1rIrelmnU K 1onga a The young gentlemen who will manage the floor propose to meet them with the 1 latest and newest dances and therefore there will be a variety that will not seen soon again The management the ball has been placed with the follow ing wellknown young gentlemen Music Director John J Grogan Assistant Music DirectorsWill Miller and Thomas Langan Floor CommitteeJohn Shaughnessy Hugh Higgins Con IIallahan and Ter ence McHugh The sale of tickets has been very satis factory and everything points to one of I the most enjoyable affairs of the season The guests of the prize euchre party at Music Hall Monday evening are also ex pected to attend in large numbers There will riot for a long time be such another opportunity for enjoyment and we would urge all our readers to visit Hibernian Hall that evening where they will witness a brilliant and beautiful scene and become more deeply interested in the progress and success of this noble Irish order TURNPIKE QUESTION Much Anxiety Felt For Its Settlement at Coming Election rF a Quite as much interest is being taken by many progressive merchants and farmers in the settlement of the turnpike question as in any other issue pending in this campaign The proposition to 1pur chase these roads should not be lost sight of when voters go to the poll to cast their ballotsThis movement was inaugurated In Jefferson county some years ago among its most ardent supporters being John Kelly who assisted greatly in securing the submission of the proposition to the T people Those who wish improveddroads and better facilities for the business ele ment of city and county should not for r get to vote for the measure submitted OFFICER MULLANEY BETTER Officer John Mullaney for many year recognized as oue of the most efficient and reliable members of the police de partment has been confined to hisliome on Seventh street by illness for tliee past two weeks Friday his condition was reported improving and his early return to his duties is now hoped for Few men have more friends or stand higher with their superiors than he RETURNS FROM MONTANA Joe Cavanaugh the wellknown bell player arrived home Thursday night from Anaconda Mont the season there having closet some time since Durjug his residence there he mauls litany friends by bis excellent work and gentlemanly deportment lie reports heavy falls fof snow throughout tint section before hiti departure Among the most prosperous and successful then of 1aaajbeliys the Irish are ia si decided majority rJ 4f 0 + 17 t tf Se + NTUOKY J a A JC j KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NIIINNNNIINMINI1111 Davotcd to tfce Moral and Social Advancement of ail Irish AmerICai- ISWILL4IAMt 111 HIGGINS P1bllabern SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5P flittered ot tIe Lotttsvltto Postoffice as SecondClass Matter t AMiMiall cnlmaktlenl te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oreea Street tLOUISVILLE KY r SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1900 MUST END SOON Things have come to a pretty pass when it all depends upon the lawyer you haye whether you win or lose your case in court in Ken tucky But it has been so more or less for years The pool room r raid of lost year illustrated that Recent events have brought the fact more forcibly to public attention that is all There was a time t and it will come again when suchI lawyers were disbarred from prac tice and officials who tolerated suchI things were removed from office The law has not been changed 5 only its enforcement is a trifle awry It will right itself it ma be with a jar and a hot time but iitl will right itself when the people t get really tired of rascally juggling- TRANSPARENT l Another gas ordinance with th vetoed features eliminated has passed the Board of Councilmen and is pending in the Board of Aldermen Several Aldermen whose votes defeated the previous ordinance notwithstanding th defects they objected to have been remediedstill find fault with the new ordinance and insist on its am ItndmentIare immaterial and do not seriously affect the measure The changing 2 sft of a word requires the return of the ordinance to the lower board 1 1for concurrence and this cause- what I the opposition seems to be V really seekingtime for further objections and the ultimate defeat the purpose of the ordinance ither by preventing its passag- altogether or in forcing it to be sot amended as to be ineffective iif passedSuch legislative trickery is too transparent to deceive Thos- Aldermen are in favor of the old gas company and opposed to per mitting any competition with it that is competition that can com peteand all their professions and dodging can not conceal their real position BRITISHOERMAN AQREEriEiNT The British Government press r and politicians are in high glee over a surprise sprung on the I world a secret agreement be- tweeny Great Britain and Germany J f on the Chinese question The only secrecy about it is its terms for all theovorld knew that the Kaiser and his grandma had been hobnobbing f several years on a scheme for v international supremacy particu larly in the far East The only surprise is that the terms of the agreement are so loose and ineffi cient as to really amount to noth I log the third clause permitting a v ready release from all its provisions f when either party so desires jjf It frightens none especially Rus tatandFrjince who have undoubt fr edly prepared for worse It cajoles none especially the United States which has and will continue to purl ean independent course though it seems to support three propositions Wged by the United Statestheo- pen floor in all ports for trade the maintenance of Chinese Gov y eminent and the pledge tonQt d 1tn or Sfize Chinese territory s to I neither ofwhich propositions by the United SfttetliM England or= Ger h many shown the courtesy of a reply and eyed these provisions ia the third clause have aa string to them Thepgreeiuerit is courteouslyits- eems as a btit siibwitted to all the nations for acceptance1 All i seem favorably imprettcd there with but do not Jump to oowclu and the United States the first to reply wants to know you know whether the agreement is simply to apply to China or is it to be construed to apply to other inter national questions elsewhereand- all other Governments seem to have halted to await the reply to Uncle Sams query The gravity of the query is manifested by toe fact that the English press do not mention it nor does there seem to be any haste as the conditions and cir cumstances seem to necessitate in answering The delay since publishing the agreement has given time for its consideration and discussion and theyUnited States has aroused suspicion as to the real purpose and object of the agreement since it is liable to different constructions from differ ent points of view and may enable byeit till their object is attained and then under the third clause with draw this right of withdrawal not being conceded to other nations accepting it the two contracting specificallyementioned in this clause It reads The German Government and the Government of Great Britain being desirous to maintain their interests in China and their rights under existing treaties have agreed to observe the following principles regarding a mutual policy FirstThese two Governments sosfar as they can exercise their influ harborssrshall remain open and free to trade and to every other form of eco allecountries without distinction Second Both Governments will not on their part make use of the present complications to obtain ade vantages in Chinese dominion and will direct their policy toward train taining undiminished the territorial condition of the Chinese empire ThirdIn case of another power making use of the complications in China in order to obtain under any form whatever such territorial ad vantages the two contracting par ties reserve to themselves the right to preliminary understanding re garding the eventual step to be taken for the protection of their own interests in China FourthThe two Governments will communicate this agreement to the other powers interested espe cially AustroHungary France Italy Japan Russia and the United States and invite them to accept the principles herein recorded Everything agreed to has been heretofore proposed by the United States and every Government except England and Germany have signified their acceptance Only the failure of England and Ger many to agree has prevented the acceptance by other Governments heretofore Now that they after a years secret and mysterious conference should jointly propose just what they have withheld approval of suggests doubt of their sincerity and purpose and gives rise to the suspicion that there is a real secret agreement between them for other purposes and objects England gains nothing by the agreement except the alliance and aid of Germany in preventing what she believes toPe the design of Russia and France to acquire or seize Chinese territory while she concedes what she has alwaysltere tofore failed to yield despite her ioDlt1M petli fax for trade in Chinese ports controlled by herb GeraluYnew comer In the Eastern market gains an open C1 1 ing for trade The other commer cial nations will Rain only similar trade privileges in the ports controlled by England If England is sincere in the proposed agreement she has been simply buncoed by the Kaiser who has nothing to lose and has opened the way for other nations to share in the bene fits at Englands expense but it is improbable that England is sincere If so it is the first time in her his tory that she has been guilty of such an offense There appears to many a lament able apathy upon the part of the local managers of the present Democratic campaign while the Republicans are hard at work Unless the followers of BrYan awaken they are likely to suffer defeat in this city The impres sion prevails in many quarters that those who are making the most noise and occupying the positions of prominence are doing the least work Lacking the courage to seize President Kruger on the high seas England has formally objected to Belgium allowing him to take up his residence in that country Won der if England would formally object to the old patriot taking up his residence in Prance Russia or the United States Not much for the response is foreshadowed and England has become a little chary about courting snubs The Boer war does not seem to be ended by a long shot The Boers gave the British three defeats last week The war appears to be over only in the British camps and even there the Boer snipers pick them off if they dare venture from coverThere may be richer men than Col John Whallen but none are possessed of a larger or more gen erous heart The world would be much better were there more like him Our readers should peruse the letter from the Dublin Wolfe Tone Memorial Association printed on our first page The appeal should meet with a liberal response The Hibernians had the banner night and carried off the honors at the Sisters of Mercy bazar SAILED FOR ROME Letters received Thursday convey the welcome intelligence that Rev Father Rock left Ireland for Rome on the 16th inst The letter was of a most cheerful tone THEIR FIRST DANCE Invitations are being issued for the first dance of the Young Ladles Aux Wary of Mackin Council which takes place at Schreibera Hall on Wednesday evening November 14 This will doubt less prove an interesting social event aa the young ladies are welt known and popular in the West End and this one should prove more successful than any heretofore given CONFIRMATION The Catholics of the Louisville diocese are rejoicing that Right Reverend Bishop McCloskey has again resumed his visita tions for the administration of the sacra ment of confirmation During the coming week he will confirm four classes the first tomorrow at Whitesville the second on Monday at Hardinsburg the third on Tuesday at St Marys and Thursday at St Anthonys in Brcckinrfdge county GROWS STRONGER DAILY The numerous friends of Dr Albert A Deig Democratic candidate for School Trustee from the Fourth and Fifth wards are now confident of his election by a decisive majority The fact that Dr Deig has always taken a deep interest in the public schools and will devote his best efforts to benefiting the system has won for him many votes There are few wen as well qualified for the position either from an educational or business standpoint which qualifications add great strength to his candidacy which is daily becoming more popular DRAMATIC The Priacilla Dramatic dab composed of young people well known upon the local amateur stage promises a great and careful presentation at Library Hall on the evening of November 21 when they will produce the popular drama jV Noble OtttcMt1 for which they leave- been holding rehearsals for some tiese- past After the performance the HHJIU hers of the company and their friends will be entertained at a dance at Prof Dowda dancing academy Among tin pronltnent players UK MJatee Blanche BarkerA1U4I Wacbtel Ana May RIM lIt i Mn TboittM C1JHM Will lotr- tgAn John Toil Harry Goldtas Trunk tlsultli Bear SilHrnaii lad Philip JCtindrigau u When Je aladauinaMatsl7iirtW- hen it la a little 1 Maria d c r S0GIE1v The many friends of John Greauey re gret his continued illness Miss LilHa Kavanaugh was this week the guest of Miss Bess Denhard in Park land Miss Susan Fleming bad as her guests this week Misses Anna and Lizzie Chinn of Frankfort Mrs P B Sullivan entertalued at her home in Parkland this week Mrs W L Dudley of Long Branch John Nally entertained his friends last Monday evening in honor of a bouncing boy who had arrived lately Miss Virginia Minor arrived here Tues day from Indianapolis for a ten days visit with Miss Grace Bowles Miss Kittie Bowling who has many Louisville admirers has returned to New Haven efter visiting friends here Miss Maymc McAuliffe of Jefferson vile is home from Frankfort where she enjoyed a pleasant visit with friends Mrs Henry Kline has as her guests at her home in New Albany two popular New Orleans society girls Misses Carrie and Ida Cosgrove Andy Meagher Gilbert Crowder and B Root will entertain their friends with a dance at Fountain Ferry on Tuesday evening November 13 Henry Hild of the Louisville Nash vine shops is the proud father of a bouncing boy who has been named Teddy but not for the Rough Rider The friends of Dan and Joe Sullivan say that it is a close race between them as to whose marriage will be announced first Dan is the favorite in the betting Thomas McCabe commercial agent of the Illinois Central returned Tuesday to his home at Reservoir Park from Buffalo where he has been visiting his daughter The Thursday coffee socials at Music Hall were visited by large parties of ladies from all parts of the city The one given this week was a most enjoy able affair Little Miss Mabel Erhart entertained in a pleasant manner a large number of her young friends last Sunday evening in honor of her eleventh birthday The little hostess is the winsome daughter of Officer Edward Erhart 329 East Ken tucky street It is a bright little girl from Babylaud that has come to make the home of Officer John Raggio happy with the sun shine of her smiles Many friends are still calling at the family residence 121 Twentieth street and tendering their Congratulations1 V Miss Mary Deely of this city and James Collins of London Eng were united in marriage Thursday afternoon at the Dominican convent Rev Father Fowler performing the ceremony imme diately after which the happy couple left for an extended bridal trip through Jhe South The reception tendered the Cecilian Circle last Wednesday by Mrs J W Sweeney at her home in Jeffersonville was one of the most largely attended and delightful thus far given elaborate prepa rations having been made by the charm Ing hostess for the entertainment of her guestsMiss Sadie Harlan of Kansas City who has been on a visit here for the past several months as the guest of tier aunt Mrs William Chawk of 1141 Sixth street returned home llast week Miss Harlan made many friends during her stay here who hope that she will soon repeat her visit The marriage of Miss Julia Hoodand John McDonougti was celebrated Wed nesday morning at St Anthonys church in Jeffersonville the home of the bride The ceremony was witnessed by many of the Louisville friends of the contracting parties The groom Is a well known resident of this city Miss Lucille Coburn one of the most attractive and popular young ladies of Fulton and Joseph Mulligan the well known traveling salesman were united in marriage last Monday at the rectory of the Catholic church in Paducah after which they came to this pity where they will make their home Mrs Col John Whallen entertained a number of friends at her home at River view Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs William Johnson of New Orleans The tables were elegantly decorated and a delightful afternoon was enjoyed The prizes were handsome and were won by Miss Nora Corbin Mrs Frank Muth and Mrs11lIirse the Alyista Club have engaged High land Hall for every other Thursday night throughout the season and are giving in vitation dances The uext one will be Thursday November 1 Following are the club members A Bachmann G Kircher C Reibel T Freeman RS Bunker W HartnMtz A Pound P httrUne and W Let Invitations are being issued for the marriage of Miat Mary Lo the pretty daughter of Ftwile Lower 634 East Breekinridgc atewtand Henry Von Jtokera which Will be solemnized at 9t Martins ctiUrckonWedussdaymoruisg November 7 The groom lea touted atni wellknown employ ef the tLoafa ville Railway Company Henry HiUI entertained bb frieods laet Holiday evening la booor of Wtoss among these pteMtot Using John lien iy leI Rock John Woerner wilt last tote Henry eaUaadOeorp Schud After a OeHgatful repast veoal aactIoa tare by William J 3 r r IAOo Deeley Toni Carroll and Will Miller The guests now await another Invitation ttSt Augustine church in Jefferson i vide will on Tuesday morning November 0 be the scene of one of this seasons prettiest weddings The contracting parties are Michael Bochart and Miss Julia Lynch both well known and popular in the best society circles Father OCon nell will be the celebrant of the nuptial mass and perform the marriage ceremony After the ceremony the wedding party and their friends will be entertained at a reception in their honor in Speiths Theater Among the most interesting marriages of the past week was that of Miss Maggie Greaney and Edwin Shoemaker which was quietly solemnized at the rectory of St Patricks church last Sunday evening Monsignor Gambon performing the cere mony The bride is a very charming and estimable young lady for some time past stenographer with the leading tobacco warehouse on Main street The groom is the sou of John Shoemaker of California and the announcement was a pleasant surprise to his host of friends The marriage of Miss Marie Rogers the handsome and accomplished daugh ter of Newton G Rogers the well known lawyer and Rhodes Dorsey was solemnized Tuesday afternoon at Lyndon the wedding being the prettiest home affair ever witnessed there The bride was attired in an elegant tailormade travel ing costume After the ceremony they received many congratulations and left upon their honeymoon trip which will last till November 1 when they will receive their friends at their home at Lyndon The groom is one of the most prosperous young farmers in Jefferson county Mike Garvey was tendered a party Wednesday evening at his home on Charlton street in honor of his birthday Among the features of the evening was a cake walk that was won by Miss Del Keiran and Johnnie Bishop Mr Bishop also rendered several solos which everybody enjoyed Those present were Messrs Mike Garvey and Harry Sanders Mesdames Scannell ONeil Herbert and McCarthy Misses Lillie Del and Mollie Keiran Joe and Mollie Scannell Maggie Thornberry Emma Hoerr Florence Her bert and Lillie Garvey Messrs John Bishop John Rehm John Walton John and Will Scannell Tom Garvey Jim Lynch Frank Thornberry Bud Bray Mike Hare John and Eddie Garvey Will and Frank Guetsel Willis and Loefer No more interesting home wedding has been witnessed this season than that of Charles A Burton and Miss Daisy Thompson which took place Tuesday evening at the residence of the brides parents 017 First street Rev Felix Hill performing the ceremony The bride is the daughter of William Thompson the Jeffersonstreet produce merchant and since her entry into society has been a great favorite among her large circle of acquaintances and admirers Charley Burton has for Some time past been with the CourierJournal and numbers his riends by the score After an elegant wedding supper and reception the young couple left for Chicago where they will spend their honeymoon They will be at home to their friends at 017 First street after November 4 Patrick Cain and Miss Mary Connolly were united in marriage Tuesday after noon at the Dominican church Rev Father Fowler performing the ceremony which was witnessed by large numbers of their friends The contracting parties are both quite prominent in IrishAmeri can circles The bride wore a wedding gown of exquisite beauty and carried a bouquet of bride roses After the cere mony they were tendered wedding din ner and reception at their new residence Nineteenth and Grayson streets where congratulations were showered upon them The happy groom was for many years a popular employe of the Louisville Nashville railroad but resigned some time ago to engage in business for himself at Nineteenth and Grayson where his prospects are very bright PROMOTED Will Miller for some time employed at the L N shops but who two weeks ago accepted a position at the main offices at Second and Main was this week again promoted His Limerick friends predict that he will yet become a railroad magnate and perhaps sit in a Presidents chair RETURNS WERE NOT ADEQUATE A minister in Glasgow says the Scot tishAmerican asked an urchin who was standing looking in at one of the Sabbath school windows how he would like to join the Sunday school and grow up a manWhat sort o Sunday scuttle ist Stablished Yes Itsal11 the clergyman It is connectedwith the Established church Are you not coming InINa replied the boy I tried the Stablished Kirk Sunday schule last year au I only got twa fardin oranges an a pock o sweeties at the Christmas tree sae Im guars tas gle the Free kirk a trial this yearP- OSITIVELY II THE LAST GRAND OUTOF TOWN EXCURSION Big Four Route Sunday November 4 to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train arrives in Louisville at 1140 p bI1tX- Iy tr low roundtrip rates M follows Rtiehville 1 Knigutetowa Jlj Ander BOO l185 Munde lK Alexandria flM Tickets on vale at city o 218 Seventkstroetdepot Come now iperetoted the lawyer are you not able to say the defendant eras in the room at the time and objected to flee yfaole pioceedingfc yes ir savagely replied tfw witneei tiT If cut able totit Ireckon bat td be telHug the blanwdeet lie you orec heard of if I did 0- r3 r i DRALBERTADEIODEMOCRATIC SCHOOL TRUSTEE For Fourth and EHtb Ward Are Your If they need attention there is no better place to r have them fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors 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 Dental Parlors l4 FOURTH ST HoHrHHrr1 111 IHH r 111 HIHIrIHl+lIHHHHHfr FRANK E WYBRANTP- HOTOGRflPHER NEW GALLERY 652 FOURTH AVE OPPOSITI3 POSTOFFIO Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds iI11Iillti4edHi41I +I d+1HH Ht Ta J WATHENS mICE CREAMM f lCREAMERYM AND BAKERY OSO Eighth StreetFinest Vajiilla 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 and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 TEMPLE THEATER McffertEagle Stock CompanyI- N n IW fl Matinees Monday Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday Matinees at 215 Night Performances at815Popular PriceslOc 15c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY COMMENCING MATINBB OCT I 2E3 Matinee Bsndtv Monday Wedneidtr Sato rdty TEJ3 Q r- MASQIIERADER8M Two Musical Extravaganzas FUN FROLIC AND FRIVOLITY DINKY r I3IcI4xrProp FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS S E Car FenMeatb aid Mid WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICKI CAM UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out VANcED inarYaIMItaddal applyOomeniaalons u WWISVIIiUB INVS8TMHNTXJ ltoeat10 ontsrnle hrrtJsihl IJ c How Teeth Louisville FACTORY SflLOON S J Umber Is a Candidate for SGHOOLTRIISTEFIFTYFIRST Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth waads 80N Complete assortment of the latbst styles and best makes of Cooking and Heating Stores Cast and Steel Ranges 214 WEST MARKET ST NEAR SECOND M I MURPHYPXAM5R IK GROCERIES PRODUCEMEATS- Rlsas tL1gawtreed lay sad aisle NR Cor 8 v nttenUKin l Prtlaad rive FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N B Cor Seventh axd Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephoeael Od4 An XC e c cy K N 110 XRXl d hIi 0 1tiHEii KENTUCKY JRIS1LL AMERICANHas upon its Fifth Volume The promises made ii itoits readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentuckyandadjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year f willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our FIJSfciii advertisers who should remember the fact v1 that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville B6 SUDS6flDtion Price IS ONLY 1 PER YEAR r t Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that maybe relied upon for its every word c SUBSCRIBE NOW iJ 6 z 6 Advertisers 1 Will serve their interests best by s diJin I their copy as early in the weekas possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens z Address all Correspondence and Business Communi caions to the LENTIICLY IRISHH AMERICANm I I 3261 rGR I 81Rfl JIu 0 c- F n fislrrt lAnMiMaFif M lA lhM4liM I + a I CHAFF J I M M Mi1 Mh1 11 l Mliet l 1 M IMi lhii On November 0 of this year the doors of Trinity College Washington D C will be thrown open to the women of the world On November 7 will occur its dedication when Cardinal Gibbons Mon signor Martiuelli Archbishops Keane and Ireland Bishop Spalding and other notables of the Roman Catholic Hier archy will be present trinity is not only the first womans college at the capital but it is the first Romeo Catholic institution founded for the higher educa tion of women in the United States The hall has a frontage of 325 feet and has class rooms sleeping apartments refectory and llecture hall Every modern improvement has been utilized Carpen ters plumbers gas and steam fitters are busily at work bringing to completion this stupendous and magnificent building for which New York is raising 25000 to endow a chair of philosophy alone Dr Pace of Boston has been selected to fill this position The finances of Trinity Hall are controlled by business men Its government is in the hands of an Ad visory Board of Eighteen It has also a Womens Auxiliary Board of Regents The sum of 50000 has been donated to the college chapel by Miss Anna Leary of New York Examinations for enroll went during the past year have been largely attended and the number of applicants larger even than was expected In our State to the Sisters of Loretto Marion county has been Recorded the honor of granting a certificate of mem bership at Trinity College These Sisters are known to be so thorough in every department of education that to their order was given this honor Our State can boast of many communities of liter ary women deserving of all honor and of highest praise but the Sisters of Loretto have made such giant strides of late years in the cause of education that they have attracted general notice of men of letters and of the heads of educational institu tions One of the most beautiful acade mies in the South is that of St Catherine of Sienna near Springfield conducted by the Dominican Sisters Every im provement is within and every adornment that money could lavish is shown here Magnificent grounds mounds cov ered with rare flowers costly frescoes and valuable paintings and the chaste colors of the academywhite and goldmake this spot seem like a beautiful dream Our State has points of interest such as natural wonders fine bits of landscape and works of art schools occupied and taught by holy religious that could be visited and examined by those who long to travel away to some foreign spot to see and hear new things These would be so charmed right in their own State that they would never need to go further The magnificence of Thomas F Walshs entertainments in Paris has been the subject of comment by not only the French press but by the American and German as well The only rival that the Commissioner had in his munificent re ceptions and dinners has been Henry Thaw of Pittsburg who continues to hold the fort inasmuch as he has not yet left Paris The generous IrishAmericans are sorry that the season is over It was their aim to entertain all the Americans in Paris and they succeeded as far as they knew He will return next year he says to lavish his entertainments on those whom this season he might have not met The King of Belgium French Cabinet ministers and many ambassadors were among his guests but that was only inci dental It was for Americans in France that he intended to spend his money of which he feasted and dined away half a million dollars in six months John Sherman the statesman from Ohio brother to Gen William T Sher man Senator and exSecretary of State passedaway Monday last at his home in Washington To him is due many of the wise moves made during the civil war He occupied every honorable position possible to a man except President and that one ie coveted but strange enough his ambition was never gratified Few greater men have been known and many inferior ones have been better rewarded for their work than the dead Senator If all the wealthy American girls who go abroad would follow the example of Miss Atleen Peck daughter of Commissioner General Peck of Chicago there would be considerably fewer American dollars stored away in foreign securities This lady was sought by titled French men but to all of them she answered that an American was good enough for her The eutada tusslens or coughing bean is a peculiar plant of which many know but little On the under side of its leaves there can be seen myriads of mouths or breathing pores la the eutada which is a native of moist tropical climes when an accumulation of dust or sand closes up these mouths or cells the gas which has gathered within them iu its effort to escape produces a sound which is similar tQ saeeiing or coughing in a human being The noise ia said to be amusing and rather startling to those who do not understand the cause which has pro duced it The most daring feat of the day was the kick done by Miss Fetch on a jagged point of rock 3900 feet above the valley of mUekDowu as Glacier Point At this surprising elevation front which the Merced river below looked like a mere thread and the teat of campers like tiny specks the daring Miss Fetch did a skirt dance that almost froze the blood of her spectators so trd1aadyet so graceful withal was the act Miss Fetch has made herself famous for rash ness at1eutiJkss The pathetic toty of the desertion of Mrs Canuck sad sir eight re roil herhasbard I u a- U f IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas I Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perrand- aFinanclalSecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Banks treat- Treasurer t john MulloyT SergeantatAnnsolm Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan pfieldRecordingFinancial Secretaryphu T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings CavanaughVice Recording SecretaryN J Sheridan Financial Secretary James Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J tiutler DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice tynchRecording n Financial Secretary George Flahiff 420 East Gray street Assistant Thomas Langan treasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro 2 DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings President Dm Walsh Vice President JohnWinn PlynnPinanciaSecretarYJames Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresident KinneyRecording HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire MurphyRecording DyrneTreasurerThomas tarpeySergeantJohn Sentinel Timothy Lyons of California Years ago this man whose name is a synonym for perfidy wandered the barren wastes of the Klondite tract a beggar He won the love of ap Indian maiden who for this loves sake confided to him the secret of therich claims that showered him with gold and the world with countless millions With wealth untold his heart has wandered far from the wife who showed him the way to the realization of his dreams and he has de serted her for another Now she is suing for a divorce and a division of property whose limits he does not know ANNIU NBVIN CUNNINOI- AbtTHEATRICALS The name of the Gay Masqueraders who come to the Buckingham next week stands for all that is new novel and sen sational In burlesque and each successive season brings it to the front with new acts new fBc sand a strong array of strictly firstclass talent each and every one selected for his special ability in his line of business The company will pre sent for their patrons approval this sea son two entirely new extravaganzas en titled A Hot Night which acts as a curtain raiser followed by a strong olio consisting of the following wellknown vaudeville and burlesque stars The three Savans comedy acrobats Swift and Huber musical entertainers with their singing dog Blootch Gallagher and Bar rett the Irish millionaires in songs and dances John and Lillian Hoover change artists and comedy jugglersKessner and Reid acrobatic songs and dances Leroy and Woodford character sketch team Margie Tebeau comedienne gun and baton spinner Bessie Stanton novelty statuesque illusion poses and the Gay Masqueraders big ballet of twenty shapely young ladies in the production of the upto date extravaganza A Snap Shot in which the entire company appears in a dazzling array of costumes scenic and electrical novel ties grand marches and spectacular r finale The Louis ville theatergoing public will next week have opportanltyof witness lag for the first time Guides great play Under Two Flsgaad it should fill the Temple with large audiences This play has never been witnessed in this country outside of New York City and will not be seen on the road this season Its presentation by the MeffertEagle Stock Company Will afford an enjoyable performance each member possessing ability and fitness for his part The play will be handsomely staged and elaborately costumed and those who would secure good seats should DOt d lay visiting the box office There basbealt aTmarkid In crease is the attendance during the last two weeks iaad those oint readers who have witnessed the fine rrorkof this we celWnt company are dose than satisfied The attraction presented at theTemplg are pronounced the ot meritorious ever seen here The manage insut well deserve success IIOt the Sttwanee River which cowls to the Avenue tat week isle a story of intrigue and hardship in the l1I 1ScMttkTb management has XiVen the play a fitting frame of scenic environmenta admirably painted front drawings made of toe nest picturesque spate aloof the facnoos stream V c I FASHION NOTES I China silks of the Pompadour period form some of the newest petticoats The tricorne bat in soft felt trimmed with silk or velvet and unique Oriental buckles is a popular model Something pretty for evening wraps is a silk Matebesse soft thick light and warm which comes in pretty pale shades Shades of yellow with cream play the part of accessories to the brown cloth gowns which are to be so much worn this season Black velvet embroidered with gold is used for decoration on the new rough materials Zybellne is especially pretty ornamented in this way Fancy buttons set with imitation gems are shown in great profusion in the shops aud no doubt their particular usefulness will become manifest later on Stockings to match the gown are the latest fad and one way to obtain this is to purchase the white ones and have them dyed to match the sample of your gown White broadtail is used as a dress trim ming this season a twoinch band widen ing into scallops on the upper edge sewn on the flounces of a pale gray gown being one example The craze for machine stitching has as sumed another form and the chain stitch is used in close rows around the edge of cloth coats the rows being so close together that the effect resembles military braidSome of the newest gowns for house wear introduce a sash either at one side of the back or one side of the front A black mousseline sash with bands of gold across the ends is very effective in some colorsSea gulls are used for the body of chif fon muffs and fancy small cape collars to match one gull on either shoulder the heads pointing down on the bust Two birds are also used for the muff with chiffon frills at either end It is reported that Eastern embroideries are to adorn the revers and collars of our fur coats but it iis to be hoped that such a fancy may not materialize since the beauty of fur is rarely if ever enhanced by anything except very dainty lace Much of the popularity which has come to crepe de chine is owing to the fact that it is so much improved in texture and less easily crushed than formerly One qual ity which is firm closely woven and veryI glossy is beautiful for dressy gowns in black as well as colors and then there is a new thin sheer fabric also very glossy which makes clrtning evening gowns Scotch and Irish tweeds very light in weight and pliant in texture with a white thread woven in on the surface giving a frieze effect have a place among the new dress materials The collars are very attractive and they are made up with jaunty tucked boleros supplemented with dainty vests of guipure lace and silk mousseline while the crowning touch is a cravat the ends finished with a gold ornament SOME USEFUL HINTS APPLE PJUTTBRS Core three apples cut across the center in onethird inch slices Pare lay out on a platter and sprinkle with powdered sugar lemon juice and spice Drain dip each slice in fritter batter and fry a few at a time in hot deep fat Drain and serve with powdered sugar or lemon sauce APMB CUSTARD PIE Peel sour apples and stew until soft and not much water is left in them Rub through a colander Use three eggs for each pie Put in proportion one cup of butter and one of sugar for three pies These pies are best seasoned with nutmeg MINT SAUC1C Time for making three minutes Take two tablespoonfuls vinegar and the same amount of sugar Chop fine two tablespoonfuls of green mint cover it with four tablespoonfuls of vinegar let stand three minutes turn sweetened yule gar and mint with vinegar together it is ready for use YORKSHIRE PUDDING Mix two beaten eggs one scant teaspoon salt with one pint milk and stir it gradually into two cups flour mixed with one level teaspoon of baking powder Beat vigorously and bake in hissing hot gem pans greased with the drippings and bake forty minutes SIVSKT JOHNNY CAKE One pint of sour milk one cup of sugar two tablespoonfuls of cottolene one egg one cup of lour one teaspoonful apte meg Stir in cornmeat until as thick as loafcake Bake in a square tin in a quick oven Eat hot with lots of butter Less sweetening may be preferredI POPCORN BALLS For three quarts of popcorn boil half a pint of molasses for twelve minutes or so then pat the popcorn into a large pan pour the molasses over it stir thoroughly together and make into balls with your hands which should be slightly buttered BUTTER SAUCE Time for making five minutes Put two teaspoonfuls of flour and a little salt into a bowl mix them smooth with half a pint of milk turn into a saucepan add four teaspoonfuls of butter and boil ten minutes SCIENTIFIC I AU ooalbeds are of vegetable origin The ocearf it is estimated contains 7000000 cubic wiles of saltl and if it eould be taken out at once the level of the water world not drop an luck In a recent communication to the French Academy of Medicine M L Dntreniblay advocates the treatment ef seasickness by inhalation of pure oxygen under pressure After kepiQaQ cylinder ollOtdand one of lead together for four years a tlvlrCOI found toot the gold had slowly hut surely nude its rbatOot mixed wlthUbe d n 1 I u R JWJ w GALlvm Is a Caudidete for Reelection for school Trustee From the Ninth and Tenth Wards ELECTRICI FANS J J Jfij I 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND- MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a Specialty I Wiring of all Kinds Telephone 1868I tH1I HIiII I II1 St1Cloud Hotel 5 E Cor 24 fi Jefferson Sts T A FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan 60c 75c and 100 American Flan 2 and 250 M1FIII3iI14i1hT- REBINGS ++ tNfW HijJIl MJ SWEENEY Prop 1OO PER DAY American sad European Plan 620622 W Market SLLouisrllleKy Telephone 3431A The finest and dollar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional peo pIe COALDougherty s GO 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 JELLICO NUT 300 LAUREL LUMP 300 LAUREL NUT 275 Pittsburg Lump325Pit- tsburg Nut 300 Now is the time to buy your winter supply of and well screened JeUico and Laurel Coal TEL 469 FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WIUmM MIHL Corner Fifteenth and Maple Sts Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston sad Market Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch ROOM FOR RENT A large room suitable for club or sew lag purposes well lighted and ventil ated at 629 Fifth street- SHORTSTOPS Stop shirking your duties Stop neglecting to return borrowed books Stop indulging more than a hundred pounds of selfconceit the square inch Stop supposing that the world could withoutyouttStop looking at oflife Stop iviwalto faultfinding Stop working too hardtop l working not hardntoagk slop prOOnutiwtln u L R i f THOSs FLYNN DKAIKR IN MARBLE AND QRAli- ITEMONtUMENTS Av 172325 W Mall SL LtMsrllerkK- ySstlsfaction warranted JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF MLAWLERS tCHI iA SUPERIOR t J OBJJVOP OIQAR 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 Hast Market four doors above Baco- nsBrown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS 4 CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier tayTwelvehens 4 Jan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 161 Sept 162 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 ajpp ROGER NOIIALTY I Wines Liquors CigarsI rDRAUGHTI Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS 1 1CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 Tot1 MOORES PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS Illinois G6lltr THE FAST LINE T- OMemphis A- NDNew OrleansDallykJTwo Fast Trains MMPllIS ftND NEW ORLEANS UMIUn Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and lis 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 0 Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m IH NW ORlUN8 8PClAl Leaves Louisville at 1201 daily arriving Memphis 11 p m New Orleans 945 B m Solid Vestibuled Train with through Sleeping Cars Meals served in Dining Cars On Friday this train carries a Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car from Louis villa to Los Angeles and San Fran cisco California without any change r or delay W J McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis J I Peoria CHICAGO AND AU POINTS IX INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DtPOT Corner SeYenth8tai1dIUv rCITY TICKET OFFICE No 2181ourthAmf- ist J QAW1 General Agent ml1eJtyWAKKXN J tYNCH G P A WM P DRPPBA 0P A- CIIMicD1NATI A T ffJ11 ntf H tHHHlt tJH 11900 NOVEMBER ELECTION I9W1 JflMES NORTON Democratic Nominee for School Trustee IORfYNINTfl DISTRICT Composed of the Eighth and Ninth wards m++ + t t + MMM H MMMM + + + t+ t t ft + t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t tf GUILFOYH SIMONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERS Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third and Fourth where we will be glad to r see all of our old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfaction GUILTFOYLE s SIl10NSTAILORS AND IMPORTERS jJow Store rio aQO Vest Marizejt Street t t + t t t t t tH H+ t + + FRANK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE ICY f IID ljDouoh6rtulj 1 1 II UNDERTAKERS uu It 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfthf and Thirteenth I c iTErnPIJONE 12402 All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car riages Furnished for All OccaaloiiH j I iaI II III I IIIIII I tI I 1 II 1 1 I III MUldoon MonulIl6nt GOllipallil I AND BUILDERS OF IIJBSIONEItS AND SCOTCH GRANITE B I flonuments I Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studied Carrara Italy IWAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET 1l4tdlillll IIIIIII1 1I1i1 tl hlllltlI- 1IiAtrIMa riPARADISEloir n o SAMPLE ROOM iK ei- t u t Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool IPROPRIETORI a el Telephono 384 248 West Jefferson Street r trwi JO1HW B PRANn WAITERS 1 w f Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Tetephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTKL- tlBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CREAM cOMMON BEER 114OO14O Story Avenue 1 Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY III ind B Mtt AuarMRt aMNgrtes r5 tEctUCattSVoung People For Buaiaerr Good Bsrploym+M aa4 SRSosn tGAL M wrnrc roa rua WIWIHATWH iMittt MirI aNk l IIIIIIIIcilOUISYIIlE ItYUJEKYr Business College n CAr I- tttttttttttttttl ++++++ 4 + + + + 5 + + 44 + + + i e++jt44+ 4 + + + 4 + 444+ +4 FIRSTSELECT DANCE TO J3E OXTJ3 N BY THIS COUNTY BOARD = AO H Monday Night October 29 1900 AT HIBERNIAN HALL331 West Market Street Bet Third and Fourth l1li l1li l1li 25 OENTSADIYIISSIONTIIOhiAS IEENAN PRESIDENT THOMAS DOLAN W T MEEHAN JOHNCAVANAUGH JOIN HENNESSY JOHN MULLOY JERRY HALLAHAN ttt1 ti 1 ttt un IRELAND I Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Elizabeth Weir aged seventyoue passed away October 8 at her late resi dence Ballyclare County Meatii The Messrs Ingram S Co cycle manufacturers at Newry recently suffered the loss of their entire plant by fire The value of the stock destroved was over 10000The funeral of Kate Olin the beloved wife of Paul Olin who died at her resi dence in Dublin after a long illness took place October 11 her remains being in terred in Glasnevin The death of Mary Mahon aged sixty three years widow of the late John Mahon caused much grief in Togher County Wicklow The remains were taken to Baltiboys on the 14th inst A marriage has been arranged and will1 shortly take place between Edward Hood third son of the Hon Alert Hood and Nora Evaleen only daughter of the late Richard Mahony of Dromore Kenmare- A correspondent writing to the Inde pendent suggests that a memorial should be erected to the memory of the Reverend Father EugeneOGrowney to whom Ire laud owes such a deep debt of gratitude A branch of the Gaelic League been established in the Oe La Salle Training College Waterford This college was in advance of any of the Dublin trainin colleges in instituting a professorship Irish On Monday the painfully sudden death of a young girl named Collins occurred at Drogheda She was preparing to g on a message appearantly in her usual health when she collapsed and died in a few minutes The White Star Line has given oders for the construction of three new steamers at Belfast one of which is to eclipse the Oceanic the largest steamship in the world The new giant will cost a pillion and a half sterling A committee has been formed iu Kan turk for the purpose of making arrange ments to present some token of the es teem in which the parishioners hold the Rev Joseph Sexton who has been trans ferred to the parish of Charleville The death of Sister Mary Cecilia o Loretto Convent at Bray after a brief illness has caused widespread regret in the district where she labored for so long and with such good results The deceased nun was the daughter of the late Mr Simon Nolan of Sallius County Kildare We regret to announce the death of Mrs Ryan Cringer Knockaney mother of the Rev J Ryan Tipperary Her obsequies celebrated in Knockauey par ish church on Saturday the Oth inst were attended by friends from the sur rounding districts and by very many of the principal parishioners of Tipperary- A new branch of the Gaelic League has been formed at Dalkey County Dublin The opening meeting which was held last Thursday night was large and repre sentative and the vigorous spirit dis played argues well for the future of the branch Fournier DAlbe has been elected President and will take one of the classes On Sunday a mission was opened by the Redemptorist Fathers at Mountnu eveningbeforepressive sermon on Salvation was preached by the Very Rev Father Power The devotions closed with benediction of the most holy sacrament The music was tastefully and devotionally rendered Father Egan presided at the harmonium On Sunday a retreat conducted by three distinguished members of the Re detnptorist order opened at Tullamore for the male members of the confratern ity and will be continued for two weeks The mission was opened with high mass the Rev Father James Murphy being the celebrant the Rev Fathers Fitz simons and OCallaghan deacon and sub PhilipCallieryAt a specially summoned meeting of the Tullamore Rural District Council the principal business for disposal was the election ofa medical officer for the litbeggan division of the union in roost of the late Dr OGrady T J Lalof of Kilbeggan presided and there WM a very large attendance of ieTwo can didate presented themselves Dr Ilalton Lancashire and Dr Foley late of MIU town Pass Dr Foley wee elected by ffortytwo votesi to eleven At the thy petty teaaioua a young Jnr IUp Stairs Over Enellsh Woolen nilI Store One Door We t of the Dig Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A mm DO s sPROPRIETOR andgtelegraphist in the Athy postoffice was returned for trial to the winter assizes on the charge of havjng on October 3 at Athy embezzled twotI notes and 150 indelibleoink the property of the Postmaster Gen eral The money was extracted from an envelope which was posted in Athy as a decoy by Madder traveling clerk and was addressed to the South Circular road DublinHis Eminence Cardinal Logue has been pleased to Appoint Rev Patrick Segrave of FaUghart to be parish priest of Drogheda Vicar General and Arch deacon of the diocese of Armagh in suc cession to the late lamented Monsignor Murphy Father Segrave was curate in Drogheda for many years and there as in Dundalk and in Faughart where he has newfchurch of St Brigid he earned the love and veneration of ids flock and the es teem of people of all religious creeds It has transpired that on the night after the rolling inNorth Louth a quar rel took place between some men leaving a public house in the Ravensdale district and it is alleged that one of them was knocked down and savagely beaten so that his life is at present despaired of The quarrel had its origin in political differences which were very keen in the Ravensdale district during the recent election Since then Mr Hardy attended at Ravensdale and took the depositions of the injured man whose name is Owen Callan A man panted Rice has been ar rested in connection with the affair In the death of Philip McCralth Nenagh has lost one of its oldest and most extensive merchants and the entire district one of its most respectable in habitants A member of one of the oldest families Mr McCraith early embarked on a successful business career and dur ing his whole life was noted for his upright character and for the steadfastness with which he advocated every move ment for a national or religious object After solemn requiem mass at the Church of St Marys of the Rosary the remains were Interred in the family burial ground at Ardcrouey the funeral procession which included over 200 vehicles testify ing to the general esteem in which the deceased was held by all classes HIBERNIAN 1NRURANCE State President Sullivan State Secretary Howard and delegates from a number of Iowa division met recently at Des Moines to take action as to adding life insurance in connection with other benefits ot the order In that State lion John T Keating National President was present aad ffully explained the Hi bernian Life lufurance Association as organized by the order iu Illinois After a full discussion of the merits of the association it was unanimously resolved that the HIberniane of Iow affiliate with their Illinois brethren The plan aa adopted iIs considered an eUetoueand it iIs expected the life insurance feature will cause a rapid growth of the society In Iowa The matter of addingi the incur ance benefit is MOW receiving serious con sideration umong Kentucky Hibernian o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Remember the ball I Subscribe now for this paper The Hibernian Rifles of Providence are arranging for a grand New Years ball Those who fail to attend the ball Mon day night should send their representa tive The members of Division 4 regret the illness of Charles Callahan and James Harris Division 4 elected George Edelen and received the application of Peter Norman this week Bring your friends to the dance next Monday night The County Board will do the rest- Division 4 had only one meeting this year at which no application for member ship was received The series of socials given by the divisions of Providence have thus far proven very successful socially and financially Letters received front Pat Manion fate of Division 4 but now in San Francisco state that he has secured a good situation thereA new division has been instituted at Elmwood R L which from present indications promises to be one of the largest in the State New members who would learn the history of the order in Kentucky should hear James Rogers at the next meeting of Division 1 The ladies auxiliaries of the Eastern States continue entertaining their friends at shirt waist parties which are growing in popularity Hibernians hope for the speedy recovery of Mike Collins and John Greaney both of whom are on the sick list of Division 1 Deputy Jailer Will Dalton was most cordially greeted Tuesday evening The members look for his presence more fre quently hereafter Pat Nally of Division 4 now spends his evenings at home His interest has centered in a young Hibernian who arrived last week Edward Costelloa many friends are glad that he is able to be out among them though his arm is not improving as rrpidly as was hoped for The appearance of John Swift at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday evening was gratifying to the members with all of whom he is deservedly popular The Hall Board contemplates the renovating the hall aud making it still more beautiful The members are imbued with progressive ideas hence their gratifying success That was a splendid meeting Tuesday night For the next meeting another interesting programme hhas been arranged James Rogers will relate the history of the order in Louisville and Kentucky Division 4 regretted the resignation of Secretary George Plahlff During his long term of office he enjoyed the respect and confidence of all its members and his books and reports were models for others to follow Dave Reilly has a strong rival in John Killeen Doth are fine singers with but few equals even among the professionals What A minstrel company could be selected from the local divisions The suggestion merits serious consideration The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Syracuse initiated eightyfive candidates and closed its charter list with 322 memo bers last week During the meeting which was a most interesting one the members were addressed by Rev Father Dwyer who offered his congratulations and hearty support Thomas Langan was elected Financial Secretary of Division Wednesday night by acclamation Hereafter members who are sick should notify him at 722 Oldham street His election was a fitting recognition of his past valuable services Tomsey will make a worthy sac cesfior to George Flahiff His speech of acceptance indicated that and more The race for Assistant Secretary of Division 4 between John SJianghueeey and John Gillebie was the most exciting witnessed for some yearspaat Both are wet qualified foSthe petition and toe several bollota there was dead locka which was only broken by the arrival of another voter when Siiattgutieaey was declared elected MiktfWalu JUMla1eo beau entered but was left at Ube poll M PM JOHN B CASTUUIAN ARTHUR G LANOHAM BRKCKINRIDGK CASTIKMAN Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE CO IPANY IN TOE WORLD BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OFFICESI OOXj BIA BTJIIDIIMQ u ltlltlIHi1Hfli1111Filitltl11H111 Jltttttttttttttttttttt I RAFFOS I = Nothing sold but S 1 I guaranteed goods KY 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 rif 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 like to trade here once you have tried it Hauling and Moving Attended To z 321 LOUISVILLE WEST STREET Side l1 25B- FTWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH I M I M iilillilUliiliiiliiiiiiliiiliiiiUiSiliiliiiiliiiiiilUiilii liiiiliiiiiLx I1gI IIE III iEi FdEii IIII i ilEiug iggIigEiu lOran W Smiths Sons II- ii Funeral Directors jj ii- ii And Embalmers i iiMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer iu M- MM Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice KB i III I I II IIII IIII IIIIIIi2II CENTRAL COAL IRON COe INCORPOKATKD 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes on Hand Tel 167 and 2324 DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENNACKERMAN3ILw71TC CO ANYJNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILL KY HENRY c LAUER TELEPHONE uqosFIRE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET MARKET =North I E Anthracite Coal f LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE tI 428 AND 430 E EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYINGBe- cause She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGO014 TUB In aa BftEGANT PARLOR DINING CARE H BACON District Passenge r Agent LoMlsvlHs Kyf- FkANK J RKD General Paawnger Agent C Ih ROCKWSILi TnffieHaMgw W1I McDOgI President rut Minaaagr n a j lb