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L KENTUCKY IRISH AMuRIcAL 1 VOLUME VNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS COMPLETED Constitution and ByLaws For the Government of thou ttCatholic Union Will Bo Directed by lixecutlv y Committee anti Meet Monthly S Affiliation With National Fed cration of Catholic Clubs Approved MEETS NEXT WITH AQUINAS UNION A The most interesting meeting yet held by the Catholic Union was presided over by President Edward J McDermott at Trinity Hall Sunday afternoon The delegates all took part in the proceedings which were important throughout in cluding changes in the constitution and the adoption of bylaws which now 1 leaves the body thoroughly organized and ready to enter actively upon the work for which it was organized The changes in the constitution recom mended by the Board of Directors were read by Secretary Cooney Each was carefully considered and after full discussion all were approved of Instead of a large and cumbersome Board of Di rectors there will be an Executive Committee of at least seven members thus giving representation to all organizations rather than divisions or branches The Executive Committee will have great power in the interim between meetings but will report all its business to the union It may also call special meetings and act in matters not provided for in the constitution and bylaws Hereafter the sessions of the union will be held on the 28th of each month at 730 p m tutus interfering but very little with the meetings of any of the affiliated societies and insuring a larger attendance of delegates There was an almost unan imous feeling against Sunday sessions and the feregoing date was chosen only after considerable debate The Chair man of each delegation will receive official notification of all meetings and transmit the same to his colleagues and the body they represent t tUpotnsmotionit4watit decided to notify thepromoters of the National federation of Catholic Clubs who have called a meeting at the Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York City for Thanksgiving day that the movement met with the approval of the union which would affiliate and later send delegates to the national meet ingsFor the purpose of creating greater in terest in the union and making Catholics generally better acquainted with its pur poses and acts it was unanimously de cided toinvite the entire membership of those bodies at whose halls meetings were held who will receive a hearty welcome though not allowed to participate in the d proceedingsPresident JolWCrotty presented a cor dial invitation to the union to hold its next meeting which occurs Wednesday evening November 28 with the Aquinas Union at its hall on Sixth street near Oak and it was unanimously accepted Rumor has it that the Aquinas members have arranged pleasant surprise for the delegates and members that evening but its nature will not be made known for the present However those who fail to ttttend will certainly miss much that would entertain and interest them The meeting was made interesting by remarks by President Sullivan of Trinity COuncil President McDermott David OConuell Dr J W Fowler Dan Tier a ney Pat Holly Miss Mary Sheridan James Rogers and other Quite a number of responses were received to the cir cular sent out by Secretary Cooney who expects many more before the next meeting LECTURE A SUCCESS Sacred Heart Church Packed to Hear Roy Father Hayes Perhaps the largest gathering of peo pie ever witnessed at the Sacred Heart church assembled there last Sunday night to hear Rev Father Hayes of Bowling Green deliver his Reminiscences of Rome First the pews were filled then the aisles and finally ladies were seated at the altar railing besides which a large number of city clergymen occupied seats in the sanctuary Pithier Hayes is one of the most pleas ing speakers in this State and ifs lecture surpasses any heard here for a long time many pronouncing it the mot brilliant as well as Interesting theyeverlistened to Father Hayes entered the pulpit and paid a beautiful tribute to tin St Vincent de Paul Society passing over it origin awl hjdtelling of its relation to the church Tltel1heOk his hearers froth Naples to Pompeii then to Rome sad frost there to France and Ireland awl hilI wordpainting entranced all Going back again to Rome the Rome of old he gave amost realistic description ollit fray its foundation to Use present day To attempt to do the lecture justice in a synopsis would bt ridiculous Ills y was a masterly effort and should be heard to be i d It ta ass thus OIIIbt to fill the Auditorium could Father Hayes be induced to repeat it there From be ginning to end his pleased auditors toolk in every word and were it anywhere else the applause would have beentrcmcnd ous when he closed with his eloquen and touching allusion to Pope Leo After the devotions that followed the lecture many expressed their gratitude tto Rev Father Walsh and the St Vincent de Paul Society for bringing Father Hayes where they could hear him ALUMNAE SOCIETY Its Grand Euchre Party the Largest Ever Given Here The prize euchre party given at Music halt last Monday night under the auspices of the Alumnae Society of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy was the grandest ever given in Louisville both socially and as to number of players of whom there were nearly 800 representing the best class of society people All took advantage of the opportunity to show their appreciation of the young ladies who for the past couple of months worked so zealously for the Sisters bazar Their pretty booth was always sur rounded by friends and patrons and the happy suggestion was made that after the close of the bazar they arrange for the special entertainment of all who had aided them The euchre party was thus decided upon and its surprising popu larity and success greatly exceeded their most sanguine expectations The alum nae ladies whose names were given last week received their guests most charm ingly and made the evening indeed en joyable for them Every availuable inch of space was occupied and there were besides many spectators present to witness the games There were twenty prizes contested for the lucky winners being announced in the following order Miss Katherine Hubbuch set solid sil forksMrs H Hukenbeck solid gold standmirror Miss Mamie Boeswald jardinier ped estal and palm Mrs George Russell handembroidered table cover Mrs Phil Ernwine order for Wybrant cabinet pictures Miss Emma Smith hand painted chocolate jar Miss Katie Guy handsome Parisian hat Miss JSaJ Her ty1an4Som han4 kerchief cc J Miss I 11SfAI ltgband embroidered J handkerchiefs Miss Mary Kelly handsome glove case Pat Bannon Jr pair patent leather shoes Henry Evers gold trimmed umbrella- A J Isaacs order for dozen Wybrant J photographs Albert Koertner pair silver trimmed suspendersJohn dozen linen handkerchiefs George Burkley Dr William B Do hertys lecture bookILee Kuhn dozen gents half hose E Goodcase Stetson silk hat and band i Thomas Higgins beautiful silk and satin tie- James L Rapier exquise applewood pipe The closing games were animated and exciting and this will remain the record breaking euchre for a longtime to come CELEBRATE TOMORROW St Johns Conference of the St Vincent de Paul Society St Johns conference of the St Vin cent de Paul Society will tomorrow morn ing celebrate its fortyfourth anniversary the active and honorary members receiv ing holy corarnuniorn in a body at theI broughtIntoNovember 1850 by the Very Rev Father Bax and has therefore been in active operation fortyfour years during which long period of time thousands of dollars have been disbursed in charity and numberless worthy families relieved while in distressThe regular conference meeting will take place in St Johns school hall to morrow afternoon immediately after ves pers when the members of the confer ences of all other parishes will be wel comed There are few if any other Catholic societies in this city older than this and the anniversary services will be made appropriate to so notable an occa sion The present officers several of whom have served for many years are asfollowsSpiritual DirectorVery Rev Father BarPresidentJohn Murray Vice President RJ Mann Secretary B J Metcalfe eurerThomuFijUI PASSED AWAY WHILE ASLEEP Mrs Mary Cioft wife of George Croft died Tuesday aftenieoti at the family residence 711 Fifteenth street after an Illness of only a weeks duration Saturday night she entered into what appeared iLqlliet sleep that continued until her death sixtyseven hour after yeaokIudbeMde funeraltooti totheirlag ftisnds unJathti f if t INDIANA FavortHeat lu Now Albany and JefTcrsonvillo I II Hon Hugh OConnor Making a IiI Strong Race in Third District Barney Coll and James W For tune Are Confident of Victory THEIR FRIENDS ARE HARD AT WORK The political campaign in Southern Indiana which has now practically closed has been most exciting in New Albany and Jeffersonville where for the past two weeks nightly rallies have been HON HUGH OCONNOR Candidate for Congress in the Third Indiana District held by the enthusiastic followers of the different candidates With frequent pa rades and rallies large and small there has been none of the political apathy exhibited on this side of the river Both- sfdwshrchdais n gildecfslve majorit ltitttH elDemocrats mallf f Jlthe greatest confidence v One of the surprises of the pending election is the marvelous strength devel oped by Hon Hugh OConnor of Cory don who is the opponent against Con gressman Zenor in the Third district His canvass has been conducted in a manner which has gained him many votes and though he has a large majority to overcome his friends will not be greatly astonished if he wins his race Hugh OConnor is a highly educated and able young man of pleasing appearance and if he defeats the present incumbent the people of the Third district will find in him a Congressman worthy of their con fidence andrespecta man of the people and for the people There has not a night passed this week in which there were notone or more Dem ocratic rallies in Jeffersonville and vicin ity extending from Clarksville to Port Fulton and the poll recently taken shows an increased majority for William Bryan Barney Coll and James Fortune During the past few years there have been dis closures of defalcations and shortages in the office of the County Treasurer of Clark county by which the taxpayers have lost large ums of money These losses are due to the dishonesty and inef ficiency of the Republican officeholders some of whom are now candidates The Democrats are determined upon an hon est administration of the affairs of Jeffer sonville and made a most judicious selection when they named Barney Coll as their standard bearer For many years he has been one of the most pro gressive of Jeffersouvllles citizens and no man in Southern Indiana has a better reputation for integrity or business abil ity Popular as an Elk and Hibernian he will add great strength to the ticket and many Republicans have expressed their intention of voting for him James W Fortune nominee for joint Senator is another well known and popular young man who adds great strength to the Democratic ticket He is in every way qualified for the Senatorship Not only popular with the business element he enjoys also the confidence of the workingmen who will give him their individual support With such a representative the State Senate the inter eats of the three counties will be intelli gently looked after There seems no doubt of his election notwithstanding RepublicansThey candidate and Fortunes supporters among them a number of Republicans say the only question in doubt la the siae of die already certain majority Her Edwin F Catley will have au tAsywalkOftt in IHoyd county for reelection to the XegWature During bia former term of office be DiMe au euviable reputation sea legialator gIyIugprtidr attention an4i hartrupport to all DMM urea calculated to jid ranee the laterals of Uw laboring popfe of Intfiana + Prow all pub of the State have come warm l orielaofhataD were he So the State ticket none would receive more votes The tntlemcn mentioned above are all 1 I J Jr rr well known and their teleclIon now assuredwill be hailfOrtrith delight their thousands of foll byI s+ 1JEAGUEI1 cl Has Gained Many NotabI 0 During PastIAdherents Seldom has there been even within the old walls of the hfstoit Rotunda a finer gathering representative of all that i best in Irish life than that which assem bled recently in Dublin t hear Dr Doug las Hydes lecture on The Educative Influence of the Gaelic League The audience was worthy of uhe lecturer and the lecturer of the audience A higher compliment could note paid to either When the Chairman of the Irish Parlia mentary party when Wj B Yeats another d foremost figures jlti the literary world educationalists llke Dr OHickey and Father Murphy accomplished writers like Father Sheehan teachers and arts sans business men Iprofessional men priests and laymen ntq nand women come forward to identify themselves abso I I lutely and unreservedlyjyvith a certain course there can be no doubt but that ii- is it the course which the ration is bent on taking Moreover this course which ii recreationnof an Irish Ireland has not been entered on thoughtlessly nor sl it going to be abandoned lightly Thoje who are com milted to it mean to persist with dogged perseverance till the Jend in view Isjj attained If ever peoplewcrc in earnest Gaelic Leaguers are declares the Dublin Independent f Last Thursdays magnificent meeting was a striking evidence s of the progress I of the movement sincelast year when the session of the central branch was I opened by Father Yorke1 r lecture Then the promoters of the undertaking were satisfied with filliug the jVntieut Concert I Rooms Now the audience bidden to a similar function overflotsthe Rotunda and if the movement continues to attract adherents at the same rate as it has done during the past year there will soon be no hall in Dublin large enough to contain a Gaelic League gatherig- The title of Father likes lecture was well chosen The turning of the tide has indeed come a tide that will sweep all before it The Gaelic League has reason to congratulate Uself on having gained many notable adherents Some of the most representative Irishmen of the day are to be fouadljjUjts ranks but few pronouncements Wi itsfavou carry such 1jwntI gIve causeIfor st+ ckvustied sahdC Hon to the League ns the emphatic declaration of John Redmond who said I am delighted at the opportunity afforded me of publicly identifying myself with the Gaelic League and having explain ed his thorough sympathy with the whole scope of the language movement the truly national character of which he recognizes he went on to say that his services might be counted on to further the cause inside and outside of Parlia ment It is needless to point out how valuable to the movement is this thor oughgoing advocacy of the Chairman of the Parliamentary party All the speeches at the Rotunda meet lug were up to a high level and in keep ing with the brilliant address which they followed but the singularly beautiful sentiments so beautifully expressed by W B Yeats appealed in an especial manner to the higher nature of a race iin whom idealism is inherent though in these degenerate days materialism seems s to be making alarming inroads A voice such as that of the poet patriot recalls those who harkeu to it to higher things than the sometimes though not necessarily sordid cares of everyday life Do not barter your national birthright for a mess of pottage Such in effect is the advice earnestly given to their compa triots by the two foremost writers of the AngloIrish school What Dr Hyde calls the still small voice of the Gaelic League is raised for the same purpose The League stands as a witness for ideal ism versus materialism as well as for national individuality versus cosmopoli tanism a A BLOW AT A LOCAL TRUST Mr Rufus J Childress author of a meritoriusbook of poems Woods and Waters which was published here re Gently has just brought out another small book entitled ASatire on Trusts Trust Officials and Their Methods II which is a rather spirited attemj t Hav ing to fight the trusts alone it seems he first pays his respects to them thus Tools of the Trust I come I come Like fierce Alaric onto Rome My Pegasus with daring grit Now paws the earth and champs the bit With panting heart that urges on Distended nostrils red as dawn Dilated eyes like bulbs of ire Feet pirouette that never tire More eager than BueepbaltM PegsaeWhereon red And still his rider cuirassitred With golden truths 111cornel Suds a work at only tea cents a copy will doubtless meet Fki Jar sale FIRST MAST PARTY Invitations hate trash issued for tthe select mask party of te Bantam Lsa Socials which inksplane at Fishers Hall Baxter avtMtw oti Monday nightr Nor uibtr 12 fnaeItion U noun posed of wellknown ymog men of the East End Those hivibf the affair in charge areJamesMiMgtM JJtaea Burke I Jake Trebing Will VpA land i Henry Mincps u ft F t fi1 IRISH PARTY Has Summoned Convention to Direct Future Course in Parliament William OBrien Leader of the Irish League Interprets Victorys BattloAgainstLandlordisntandDublin in Earnest DISUNION IS NOW AT AN END William OBrien member of Parlia ment for Cork City now wields a power tin Ireland as great as Paruell wielded He started the United Irish League twelve months ago and today eightytwo mem ANTHONY MONTEDONICO Popular Italian Who Has Made a For tune in Louisville bers of the League have been returned to Parliament Last Saturday he gave out this statement embodying his interpretation of the meaning and effect of the victory he has achieved i therw11l Gepesf th mgttnenIlfouadas1 with tlecountrYhalforgan lied and with an election fund ridicu lously inadequate We had to make head against a con federacy of the most formidable and un natural kind bent upon perpetrating the disorganization of the country bankrupting the general election fund and taking advantage of the burly burly and chaos of a general election to drive another wedge of dissension into the heart of the Irish party The United Irish League had against it an array of influences selfish antina tional corrupt that to all human seem ing there was no resisting tLol the morning after the great en counter the League holds the field by a majority more overpowering than ever an Irish political organization commanded before and the scattered items of the Healyite cohorts in their ruin and their shame are crying to the hills to fall upon them and hide their heads The electors showed a temper so un mistakable and inesistible that in only three instances out of eightyone didany open antagonist of the League take heart to challenge their verdict A national convention has now been summoned by the League to direct the future course of the new Irish party and to cheer guide and stimulate Mr Red mond and his collegues in their great work of forcing the Irish question to the front in the British Parliament by every means that courage combat andself sacrifice can supply The weaklings and rogues who coolly propose to undo the whole work of the general election by taking Healy back into the bosom of the party he brought to deaths door might as well propose that the party should begin and end its new career by swallowing a dose of prus sicacidThe viruleit poison which was fever ing the blood of the country and corrupt ing Irish public life has been expelled from its system Mr Redmond and his faithful colleagues old and new will be free to turn all their power and vigor to ward an assault all along the line on landlordism and Dublin Castle WIUIAM OBRiKN It is evident from OBriens statement that the first business of the new party will be to expel Healy a course to which some objection is being raised by the few Nationalists who argue that Healy will now turn over a new leaf LIMERICK DEMOCRATS The Young Mens Limerick Democratic Club will hold a big rally tonight at Seventh and tCaUaerine street Gay Beckbam will be the first speaker to be followed by Hon Ollie James who had to cancel his engagement at this pointout Saturday night on account of a throatsiIRISH WOMEN FIRST London Jut verdict in the matter of haute beauty has jaat been rendered and prounnlatedasyaanIrfihcorrespondentOn 1Rarle Cowl exhibition the vote toe a IIthe were Women The counted of result AH and was the as followsLL Ireland was an easy first with amajor ity of 33095 votes and received according the 500 prize England came sec ond receiving 325 Scotland third receiving 250 and Canada fourth receiving 100 Medals were awarded in the order named to Japan America Spain Switzerland France Holland Belgium and Russia Who shall in future venture to doubt that the Londoner is incapable of a dis play of chivalrous impartiality DEDICATED StJohns Cathedral at Savan nah Most Magnificent In the South Last Sunday the feast day of Sts Simon and Jude the magnificent new Cathedral of St John the Baptist was dedicated by Monsignor Martinelli Papal delegate to the United States assisted by over fifty priests nUll ten Bishops the latter including the Right Rev Henry Moeller of Columbus Edward Allen of Mobile Sebastian Byrne of Nashville Theophile Meer schaert of Indian Territory A Van Devyver of Richmond LEo Haitiof North Carolina Alfred A Curtis of Baltimore Henry P Northropof Charleston Jolla Moore of St Augustine B J Kellcy of Savannah Monsignor Martinelli was the celebrant of the mass assisted by Vicar Gen Bazln of Atlanta Rev Dr Branneu of New York Rev Dr Rooker of Washington and Rev Dr Flynnof Morristown N J The weather was perfect and the serv ices were attended by an immense throng The exercises lasted three hours but so beautiful and impressive were they that there was not an auditor left the building during their continuance The procession was headed by fifty altar hoys vested in black red and white cassocks and white surplices The clergy followed attired in the robes of their episcopal and sacerdotal offices The ceremony of dedication itself did not occupy more than half to tlireequar ters of an hour The Pontificial high mass which followed was of greater length and was interspersed with elaborate music by the choir The exercises were concluded with the sermon by the Rev William OBrien Pardow S J of Washington Dr Pardow is the expro vincial of the Jesuits in this province and is now connected with St Aloysius church rIlWaSl ingto i 3 After 1uslO of Ue serv ces lie visiting prelatesi proceeded tothe DeSoto Hotel where they partook of an elabor ate dinner tendered by the local enter tainment committee in honor of Monsig nor Martiuelli At the vespers service at 8 oclock Bishop Leo Haid of North Carolina preachedand an elaborate musical pro gramme was rendered by the choir Apart from the dedication of the Cathe dral the celebration was notable as marking the fiftieth anniversary of the founda tion of the diocese of Savannah The new Cathedral built upon the ruins of the Cathedral begun by Bishop Persico in 1873 dedicated by Bishop Gross in 1876 and destroyed by fire two years ago is probably the handsomest specimen of Gothic architecture in the South The transept has R depth of about 100 feet a width of 80 feet The aisles arc laid with encaustic tiling while the spaces between the front pews and the sanctuary and in the rear of the pews are laid with marble tiling The walls of the building are of a deep buff color while the ceiling is of a bright cream color the effect of which is greatly enhanced by the ivory tone of the branching arches The wainscoting round the walls is of marble The building is lighted throughout with both gas and electricity WILL THEY County Board Urged to Give Another of Its Select Socials The select dance given by the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at their hall Monday night was surprisingly enjoyable and a great social success There was a large attendance of young and old and nothing was left undone that would add to the pleasure of the occa sionThe Irish reels that were danced proved partieI same assistants kept everything moving nicely until a late hour when all pronounced it the best of the season and urged that the County Board soon give another FATHER OSULLIVANS BAZAR Monday evening the bazar and fair for the Jeefitof the Church of the Blessed Sacrament will open at the school han on East Washington street Father OSulli van and the ladies and gentlemen If tbe- pariels have completed all the arrange neats and those who attendare assured an enjoyable time There will be hand sortie booths at which desirable articles will be disposed ofat reasonable prices anti each evening there will be pleasing features for the amusement of those who attend Father OSulHvsn deserves the support of Catholics generally in bk noble work j French knots are ass cowmonlyusad for dreai dacoratiou u U they wews last spriuf c I EMMETS Anniversary Will Bo Co mmein orated bY- can IriBliAmcrl Society k 4 This Was Decided Upon mitt Committee Appointed Thursday Will Be More Elaborate Than the Recent Banquet at Music Hall 1 MORE WORK FOR THE MEMBERS The IrishAmerican Society at its meeting Thursday night decided by unani mous vote to celebrate the coming anal versary of Robert Emmet Irelands martyr patriot and this will be most pleasing intelligence to the sons and daughters of the Green Isle residing in this city The celebration will be on an elaborate scale the desire being to sure pass any event of a similar character ever witnessed in Louisville Enthusiastic remarks were made when the subject was introduced all favoring an annual ob servance of the day hereafter The attendance at Thursday nights meeting was surprisingly large when one remembers the many political meetings that were being held throughout the city and the ninny other attractions to interest the members Vice President Claire occupied the chair in the absence of President Fecney and Joe Nevin was appointed First Vice President The usual routine business was transacted and claims allowed and the proceedings were very interesting Quite a number of ap plications for membership were received and there were oher evidences off in creased interest in this organization- The resolution that the anniversary of Robert Emmet be annually celebrated by the IrishAmerican Society was received with great favor enthusiastic speeches being made by Tom Camfield John Flynn GusKane and others and then unanimously adopted The remarks of all urged that the initial commemoration be one that will never be forgotten and that all members interest themselves at once Upon motion the entire matterII tv y referred to acoifjjnluee composed oofA ess Joe BYrne Wii amllaticriien Joe Nevin Tom Tarpey JF Chester and Pat Counaughlon who will deter mine the manner of observing the event and report at the next meeting The committee is a strong one and if con tinued will arrange for a celebration that will mark an era in the history of the Irlsh Americans of Louisville The next a meeting takes place November 16 and all should be present to be assigned their share of the work in this grand under c taking CANDY PULLING TODAY The Little Folks Will Have1 Jolly Time at Holy Cross School Rev B F Cunningham the successful and popular pastor of Holy Cross church will entertain the pupils of bisJ school and their little friends this after noon with a candy pulling1 which wilt commence at 2 oclock in the school room and continue several hours The 4 one given last year was attended by chin dren from all parts of the city who will rejoice at the announcement of another such jolly affair They will receive a cordial welcome today and all the candy they want After school last Wednesday afternoon the children were given a most unex pected but agreeable surprise Father Cunninghanj who never tires of making the little ones happy had arranged ia number of Halloween games for thick amusement such as ducking in tubs of water for small coins bobbing for apple etc and a nice treat for each one There were but twentyfour pupils in attendance when Holy Cross school was opened five years ago while today the number has been increased to eightyfive for which the most credit is due the zeal ous pastor who has endeared himself to every one bf them by his uniform kind ness and interest in all matters pertain ing to their present amusement land future welfare Those who attend this afternoon will not soon forget the happy U occasionLEAVES SEVEN CHILDREN We regret to announce the death of Mrs Joseph Diacher which occurred Thursday at her home on the Toylors ville road after a brief Illness She was the daughter of Mrs Euphroaina Osier and sfster of Messrs Frfuk and Bernard Geber Beside her bu and ale leaves seven children to mourn thee lots of a loving and Christian mother four o whom are now ill of typhoid fever Her funeral takes place this morning troutJit j Francis of Rome church Rev Fjatkd White will be the celebrant of the solcnJ requiem mass TIo the bereaved huibaiJ and children we ext nd our beartfefl qrmpathy Lace applique on gold gauze iis used for colfon aJeltsol gowns of all degreed ofdroMiMM sad thick neilot material j Y- Wi1i c i fr j Io Jr t J 1i 1f ip S w a KHTUGKY f IRISH ftMERI6flN INIIMIIMIUIII1111 Ovotd to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americana WZ=4LIAAX 1X HIQQIPTa9 PubUsber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc KntercS at the towlsvllla Postofflce us SecoMdCIusn Matter I i dttaaltCeiTuIcltleastethe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil arCeD Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1900 ENGLISH RIDICULE English mill men are worried i over the prospect that the blarsted Americans may get the contract for furnishing rails locomotives and cars for the English railroads to be built in Africa The bid of the Americans is believed to be not only cheaper but guarantees to fin ish and deliver the work months earlier than the English bidders can figure to be possible The English press have joined in and seek to ridicule the idea of the American n workmen being so much superior to the English The fact however y of the building of an iron railroad bridge in Africa awarded to an t American company was finished at less cost and from six months to a year sooner than any English L l bidder could guarantee gives ground for the apprehensions of the English mill men and manufacturers genet t erally as they see the probability of f losing even in British territory the work they consider as belonging to f them of right given to their coming t and growing rival the American i iron workers THEIR FIRST LESSON The carpenters and builders are aving their first real lesson in the incerity of the politicians love for he workingmen and they are nuch aggrieved and angered It is a bitter dose but the nedicine is necessary to a cure The carpen i ters and builders must learn and doubtless will as have others that politicians of all parties have to be I continually watched and frequently reminded of their promises to work ingmen and occasionally defeated no matter what ticket they ore onto impress the fact that the I workingmen are not suckers but r really in earnest in their demands f The carpenters have our sympathy t and best Wishes for success but they will have to throw partisanism to the winds at times vote and work for their friends and against their l enemios if they would have the politician respect them consider and grant their petitions and pro tect their interests The working men who do this usually get what they want theI opinions of attorneys to the contrary notwith t standing and these classes of work ingiriea are not as numerous as the ji carpenters and builders THEIR GAINS The anthracite miners strike is over except in a few instances 0 where small operators have not accepted terms but these affect nothing since the larger mines V needextra force to work to catch up with orders and 15000 of the k miners left during the strike to take places in the Westjaud South As 140000 miners have resumed work there are not many without tt employment in the district The victory though not complete in 1 obtaining all the miners first demanded yet gives them spe cificaUy all they asked in their I compromise viz The abolition of the3 sliding scale which rendered- e amount of their wages uncer tain a fixed basis of wages and a io per cent increase reduction of pricepf powder which the miners buy from 225 to 150 per keg sad finally that the agreement is o be in force till the end of the0 pining seasonApril 1901 It is loteworthy that the operators who tave not Accepted the terms are lose who sum tcithePikri- Jonslaud militia and at which ting occurred Their miners arc saving to work eUewbrt and hesc mines will likely hew to shutt wn c ACCEPTED WITH RESERVE The agreement between Great Britain and Germany has been accepted by all the leading powers I the United States accepting it with reserve as to the third clause which I is held to be iimmaterial at presentI However the United States does not approve that clause which indi cates that Uncle Sam is not nib bling at baits that seem to be sugar coated Though it has not been published it seems that France and Russia have followed Uncle Sams example As negotiations for the settlement of the Chinese trouble will now proceed the cat in the meal tub may be exposed The first hitch is caused by England not being ready as she desires another than her Miuister to China to represent her in the negotiations though all the others will he so rep resented As the English appointee is en route there has as yet been no delay as the preliminaries only are being arranged It will be interest ing to note which if any of the powers kick out of the traces and prevent the carrying out of the BritishGerman agreement London celebrated the return of the London troops from South Africa and the IC end of the war II last week It was marred however by the fact tliat on that same day the Boers administered three crushing defeats to the British and President Steyn reestablished his seat of government in the Orange Free State London nevertheless celebrated as it never did before and so Iiunboun3edwasi the enthusiasm that hundreds of women as well as men were hila riously boisterously and helplessly drunk on tne streets and the police were powerless to maintain even decent behavio- rIrishAmericans generally will be glad to know that the anni versary of Robert Emmet Irelands martyr patriot will be appropri ately observed in this city annually hereafter by the IrishAmerican Society This was decided upon Thursday night and should meet with hearty approval The bene ficial effects of the good work of this organization are becoming more and more apparent and will continue to increase despite the knocks of the few who some time ago so falsely misrepresented its objects and members The gambling sheuanigin in the courts for the past two years seems to have gotten some of our city and county officers and a few law yers into a very tight box They may get out of itbv trickery and subterfuge as heretofore but it is plain that these tricks only defer the inevitable result as such prac tices can finally terminate in but one wayhumiliation and disgrace if not actual impeachment for officials disbarment for lawyers and the penitentiary for others Not the least important offices to be filled at Tuesdays election are those of School Trustees No one is better qualified for the position than Dr Albert Deig who pos sesses the education and ability necessary for the important trust Elect him and the schools wilt ben efit thereby Louisville is fast becoming the objective point of the prize fighters and bums of the country The ordinance proposed by Councilman Meriwetuer should be pasMd at once The brutal and demoraliz here inflame er should not be tolerated Dublin dispatchesstate that Avou t f r rJalej the estate of the lateCharlea Stewart Parnell was sold at auction last Wednesday by the Land Judges Court The purchaser was Mr Boyland a friend of John Parnell brother of the famous Irish states man FATHER FOWLER Meets a Representative Gathering of ills Parishioners Last Tuesday Evening Quite a llarge gathering of the representative ladies and gentlemen of St Louis Bertrands parish assembled at the school ball last Tuesday evening to meet Rev Father Fowler the new prior who had arranged the meeting in order to be come acquainted with the members of his congregation During his short stay Father Fowler has already endeared him self to the congregation and gives great promise of repeating the success of his predecessor Rev Father Logan FUNERAL THIS MORNING The funeral of the Rev Father Imhof who died Thursday evening at St Josephs Infirmary will take place from the Cathe dral this morning The deceased clergy man had been stationed at St Bernard Casey county and the news of his death has caused deep sorrow among not only his parishioners but all who knew him lIe was a zealous priest and labored faithfully for the elevation of his fellow men He did missionary work among the aborigines in equatorial Africa for a period of about three years but owing to the intense heat of the climate he suffered failing health and was obliged to return to Europe where his condition was improved from whence he came to Ken tucky several years ago His remains will be interred in Casey county where he last labored May he rest in peace THEATRICALS Lost TwentyFour Hours has been selected for the Meffert Eagle Stock Company at the Temple Theater next week and it will prove one of the strong est and pleasing bills of the season This is the great laughing success in which Robert Hilliard scored his big hit and it is belieyed it will exceed in popularity any comedy heretofore presented at the Temple Theater The cast will provide for all the company welt There is no sign of falling off either in the audiences or enthusiasm which have thus far greeted the Temple company this season The charm of their work grows with each seeing and each portrayal seems stronger than its predecessor The story con cerns a New Yorker who while his wife is away visiting spent an evening out with the boys came home late Sunday night and slept until Tuesday losing twentyfour hours which causes him to be sued on a note have a misunderstand ing with his wife whom he supposes ar riveshome a day ahead of time and leads to many other amusing complications The situations are so ludicrous yet so naturally brought about that the specta tor is not only amused but interested throughout the three acts that it takes to unwind the tangle The ladies attending Monday night will receive a souvenir photograph of Miss Madeline Lack whose excellent work has won for her the ad miration of all the patrons of the Temple She will be seen to better advantage next week than in His Last Chance when she made the hit of the season her Irish comedy equaling anything yet seen in Louisville Those who would spend a- really enjoyable afternoon or evening may do so next week at the Temple The Royal Burlesques will be the attraction at the Buckingham next week commencing with the usual Sunday mat inee and it goes without saying that the show will be an excellent one The call ber of the Clark Brothers attractions has always been beyond criticism and it has been their aim to improve with age The show is now in its third season and reports from every city where it has appeared pronounce it one of the very best ever placed on the road The com pany includes nearly a score of well known comedians and specialty artists and an equal number of pretty girls who possess sweet voices and can dance grace fully The vaudeville programme is com posed of new and original specialties There will also be exhibited series of uptodate moving pictures which will be seen here for the first time and the latest Parisian importation the electrical gavotte by the twelve mignonettes Two performance Travelers and is said to be entirely different from anything in its line ever attempted while the closing number Senator McPheejs a rousing finale serving to cap the climax with a hurricane of mirth a melody Oh Tuesday night the Buckingham will have special wires in tie theatre by which will be received the complete election returns from every State county and town in the United States There will be no advance in prices The Avenue will next week present its patrons another of Hoyts best comedies entitled A Hole in the Ground The company is said tobe an excellent one containing artists of more than ordinary ability The scenery and stage setting will be the same as that used in the larger theaters for former productions CONUNDRUMS What it higher and handsomer when the head is off A pillow What la that which cats have that nothing tfch Kittens When way a ckair tie said to dislike you Wjt a it cant baar you What don a Iiinp post become when tIM Ikwp ii natwnA i A tamp lighter What tort V a ootnttvaMcb wvleotne ta an taMtioaecrri One that u forbid dingy r twr Il Ji t O KD R F Tobin of Newport was here for a few days this week Mr aud Mrs AVE Kelly of Sparta arrived here Tuesday for a brief visit Miss Mary Loche of Indianapolis are rived Monday tofapend amobth in this cityMisses Maggie and Amy Snyder are visiting in Daytorfas the guests of their uncle J August Hollenbacli was among the Louisvillians who spent the past weekat West Baden Mrs Tom Humphrey is honie from Nelson county where she bad been visit ing relatives George W Cuscaden has returned from West Baden Springs where he sought rest for several days Mrs John Roach nnd niece Miss Sallie Roach have returned from a visit with friends at Charlestown Ind Fred Schneider and wife West Market street arrived home this week after a sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Anna Farrell had as her guest at her home in Jeffersonville this week Miss Anna McCormckof Columbus Mike Walsh was quite a success as doorkeeper at the Sisters of Mercy bazaar especially with the ladies Misses Josie Kincaidand Inez McCoy gave delightful Halloween parties to their friends in JefFersotiville Wednesday last Miss Edith Doherty was the winner of the first prize at the euchre in Holy Trin ity Hall in New Albany last Monday night Mrs Joe G Barry prominent in Nel son county social circles was among those visiting in Louisville the first part of the week Louis Dougherty of Butte Mont ar rived in New Albany this week where he is visiting his sister Mrs Louis Vernia East Oak street Mrs Miller arid Miss Sallie Lanahan are expected home today from Knoxville Tenn where they were the guests of Mrs John Russell 1Miss Mary Agnes Thompson has ar rived here front Alexandria Ind and will spend the winter with Mrs William Kelly 1040 Fourth street It looked as if a young campaign ora tor in Limerick lately had only an audience of one and that one a popular young lady of that section Mr and Mrs John Amshoff who were married last week have returned from their honeymoo4jlpandd are at home to their friends at liwi Goss avenue Miss Alice Cain was the hostess at a delightful Halloween party Wednesday evening Many games were played and all were enjoyed by the many guests William Doolan who has just under gone an operation at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital is convalescing rapidly andexpects tobe able to be out next week Hon Hugh OConnor of Corydon candidate for Congress spent several days with friendVlin Floyd and Clark counties who are now very anxious that he be elected John J Wino a wellknown young men of Limerick and prominent in Hi bernian circles left last week for Frankfort to accept a position with a large shoe factory of that place The marriage of Miss Katie Browning and Edward McCarty was made public this week The ceremony was performed in New Albany August 15 but they had kept the affair secret Andy Meagheris asking his friends if ii- is it a bad omen to have I Dont Care If You Never Come Back played on the piano to you when making a social call All that happened to him recently Miss Elizabeth Smith entertained a large number of her friends at a Hallow een party at her home on Seventh street Wednesday evening The pretty hostess provided much amusement and a really enjoyable time for her guests Rev Joseph McNamee pastor of St Patricks church West Adams street Chicago and Bernie McDevitt of this city were among this weeks departures from West Baden Springs where they had been recuperating for about ten days Will Savage formerly with the Dennis Long Company in this city but for the past year locaetlbt Chicago has been here for the past week visiting his parents and friends Ills position in the Windy City is a responsible one and his prospects are ggod for still further advancement Tyler Brown entertained his little playmates with a Halloween party last Wednesday at his residence 1014 Seventh street Those present were David Owens Dan Maugan Jiw Sweeney Joe Coakley Alvin Gentry Will Keefe Raymond Owens Tommy Barry Willie Logan ReiUy and Janite fttxtou Mr and MM KMtert A Watson entertained at etichtr Thursday evening at their home 2431 West Chestnut street in honor of Mr Watw Metere Mrs Frank Jones After the game the guests wyre seated to an ilajantthuicbeonTJt- epria l which were eprtljr and JundMtne were eagerly eootwtwl for J MIst Mamie W4 uUrUin d alarge dehirhUalHalloween home on txteatttb street The gueets were kept busy playing many novel game untill 11 oclock when they were t 7 i r V seated to a bounleotif1 supper Anton three present jrfere Misses May Crowder Mary Higgins Isabelle Crowder Elsie Pectlenk Edna Simmons Nellie Crow der and Willie Field Messrs Carl Pect lenk Julius Wall r Jack Groves Fred Sauer Lawrence Crowder Joe Vollmer and Mr and Mrs Edward Sauer Mr and Mrs William Schweitzer quietly celebrated their silver wedding at their home 822 Clay street last Sun day The family of eight children and a soninlaw received holy communion at St Martins church Monsignor Francis Zabler Rev Father Thome and Rev Father Berresheim celebrating high mass for the couple There was an informal reception after the ceremony when many tendered their congratulations William Schweitzer holds a responsible position with John and Frank Walters proprietors of the wellknown Claystreet brewery Miss Beatrice Montgomery and J Fred erick Ramp of Chicago were the con tracting parties at a pretty wedding ceremony performed by Rev Father OGrady at St Aloysius church Wednes day afternoon at 4 oclock The bride is among the bestknown and most attract ive young ladles residing in the last End and her departure front Louisville will be regretted by her host of friends After the ceremony the happy pair left upon their honeymoon trip and after Novem ber 10 will be at home to their friends in Chicago wherethe groom is engaged in business Invitations have been issued to the marriage of Miss Nellie Mulcahy and Charles OKeefe which will be solemn ized at the Church of the Blessed Sacra ment next Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock Rev Father OSullivan performing the ceremony The bride is the daughter of Mrs Mary Mulcahy East Market street and the sister of Misses Sallie and Alice Mulcahy She is an attractive and charm ing young lady who will be missed among the social set of the East End Charles OKeefe is a wellknown and highly respected young man who has been engaged in the tobacco business on Main street for some years This wed ding will be largely attended because of the popularity of the contracting parties The secret is out at last says the Tat tler in the Times Some years ago Mr Robert Keyer one of the most popular young men in Louisville astonished his friends by taking leave of them in order to go into the cotton business with headquarters at Natchez One of his brothers was in the same business at Memphis and it was his silcccss in that line which urged Mr Keyer to adopt the calling ofa cotton broker Ills friends told him he could not stand the Mississippi climate that he would be bored to death at Natchez and other consolatory remarks but he persisted in going and after a year returned on a visit to his home and expressed his satisfaction with his new place of abiding He was in the city this summer on a flying trip and there seemed something most mysterious in his conduct He no longer visited the girls and showed a marked disinclination for social calling The cause of all this has come to light This week friends in Louisville have received invitations to his marriage He will wed Miss Laura Arrighi daughter of Capt Frank J Arrighi of Natchez November 8 at St Marys Cathedral at 530 oclock in the afternoon Miss Arrighi is said to be a beautiful and charming girl and it is to be hoped that he will bring his bride to Kentucky to present her to his old friends in this city- FASHION FOIBLES Arab laces are very popular Panue velvet spotted with gold is very AttractiveBlack showing a few white hairs is reported as one of the favorite furs for boasBands of lace insertion alternated with tucked bands of gray silk form effective waists Grecian satin a new wool material for evening wraps and tea gowns has a tiny diagonalstripe on the surface Red velvet applique designs embrold ered with gold are the decoration on the bolero of a white taffeta silk waist A pretty waist is made of cream spotted net tucked at wide intervals filled in with tiny bias bands of colored silk stitched on the edges Some combination of gold and black in the trimming is a universal feature of all gowns whether they are transparent to show the lining or made of the heaviest winter materials In general the new skirts are extremely full around the feet even more so than they were in the summer and a medium amount of fulness is disposed of around the hips in the most unobtrusive manner Plain colored silk waists with a bolero of heavy lace are very good style and there seems to be ever suit always the waist with a fancy yoke Velvet waists with pin spots of white will be worn later on when more warmth Iis required A rough material called frieze subdued bya surface of white hair seems to be one of the smart materials for winter These rough fabrics are usually trimmed liberally with bands of silk or satin covered with rows of stitching or with some of the fancy braids Narrow tucks in a group of five or seven trim some of the cloth skirts but they are stitched down flat through the three thicknesses instead of being sewn in the accustomed manner Braid is very much used as a skirt trimming for cloth gowns but that one word gives very little idea of the variety theme- A skirt without any trimming at ill is shown among the new fall models but the renovelty iis cut in princess style the fullness at the back confined in close small tttdu which extend in girdle forms up on the tack whersthere are straps of the material which atom Hkt suspapdra arid are carried ftltbeMoUli1enl UpOHthe1iUbotgrow up Willieshe replied youll get doirnon your kme and aek me v ie i41 1 Jt tC WI 1 T I A DRALBERTADEIGDEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE For I otxrtli and FHth Wardu I If they need attention there is no better place have them fixed than at t- heLouisville toUU II Dental Parlorss I 544 ST Right Next to Avenue Theater rheir prices are the lowest work the best all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville 4l G44 JOUITII ST 1HI+HIIH+IHilIIIulHi +1 HIHIIIIHHIHHH l4dIII FRANK EWYBRANTI PHOTOGRflPHER i NEW GALLERY 652 FOURTH AVE OPPOSITE r OSTOJ IIOEJ Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds I tIT J WATHENS mICE CREAMM FACTORY lCREAMERYM f AND BAKERY 629 Eigl11h Street Finest 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 Meffert Eagle Stock Company IN Lost Twenty= Four Hours Matinees Monday Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday Matinees at 215 Night Performances at 815 Popular PriceslOc 15c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY MATINHBNOV 4Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday CLARK BROS Royal Burlesquers And the Craze of Paris I2MIGNONETTES12ITIZA Election returns will be received from all States by direct wire Tuesday night DINKY SflLOON J HIOICEJY Prop I FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS- S I E CeraFHrCCBlh sad Mali WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICK CALI UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out iANC P arjattdiadJ applyCoenimiirlonsLOUlafILIHINVJC8TMSNTOO Room 10 LomiwiUo Trurt hUdiuaD r s r t 1 t How Are I Your Teethunt I FOURTH and Dental Parlors Matiaeea SJGruber I Is a Candidate fo- rSCHOOLl ITRUSTEE IFIFTYFIRST DISTRICT Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth r waadsGEHER SON Complete assortment of the latbst styles and best makes of Cooking and Heating Stoves Cast and Steel Ranges 2 4 WEST MARKET ST NaAJ ANA nit 1 3 t C v I IiTIt THE KENTUCKY IRISH t AMERICANHas 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 should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentuckyand adjoining States The Ken tuckyIrish American for the coming year will make features of r q Irish News Church News x Society News Home News p Labor News Sporting NewsI- t is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed on Fridays so that its cityreaders 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 V itv advertisers who should remember the Act11 Try w AV that it vhas thei Official IndorsementFrofv3 PKJ Wthe r CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville 1 Ttie Subscription Price IS ONLY 1 PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American I newspapers in the United States We will 1endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone thatmay- be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NO- WAdvertisers 8 8 8 8JIr t Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens O Address all Correspondence and Business Commune cations to the k KENIIIGKYt I l IRISH AMERICANM m 2 1 r G ETREETYJra44J P ry a x fit IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mary Considine only sister of Rev Father Considine was buried at Ardra ban County Galway October 18 The Most Rev Dr Kelly Bishop of Ross left for Rome on the 16th ult for the purpose of paying his first episcopal visit to the Holy Father The death of Thomas Fitzgerald aged sixtyfive years was deeply regretted in Dublin His funeral took place Wednes day morning October 17 The funeral of Ellen Taaffe widow of the late Christopher Taaffe who passed away at Brook Lodge County Roscom mon occurred October 18 Sir Nicholas R OConor British Am bassador at Constantinople accompanied by Lady OConor mid children has are rived at the family seat Dundermott County Roscommon- It is rumored that Gerald Balfour will resign the Chief Secretaryship and that he will be succeeded by St John Brod rick Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs in the last Government Sincere sympathy was felt for Alder man Russell whose oldest daughter Mary Russell died at her fathers resi dence in Dublin Her funeral took place on the 18th ult from St Teresas church the serives being largely attended It is rumored in North Derry that Hor ace Plunkett will be asked to stand for that constituency in the event of the pro motion of Mr Atkinson to the Lord Chancellorship It is supposed in the constituency that the Lord Chancellor is about to retire The latest issue of the Clare Man states that J J Daly Solicitor and County Councillor for the Ennistymon district has decided to open an office at Xii rush in addition to those alrealy established at Ennis and Ennistymon Mr Daly has the reputation of being an able lawyer The months memory office for the repose of the soul of the late Very Rev Joseph Nolan of Garristown was cele brated in the parochial church of his late parish The ceremonies were conducted in the presence of a large gathering of the people of the parish and of the local aud other clergy A movement has been set on foot in Birr among people of all denominations and political views for the purpose of presenting Bernard C Molloy with a service of plate and an illuminated ad dress in recognition of his twentyone years public service as member of Parliament for the division After a protracted illness Theophilus McWeeny the veteran chief of the Free mans Journal reporting staff passed away October 16 The news of his death will be received with profound regret by the many friends whom Mr McWeeny had attracted to himself during his long And distinguished professional careeV The announcement of the death of Sister Mary Gertrude Dunne which oc curred at the Convent of Our Lady of Mercy St Josephs Tullamore created deep and genuine regret in the town The deceased Sister had attained the eightysecond year of her age and the fortyseventh of her religious profession Samuel McClintock aged twentynine laborer committed suicide by hanging himself in Derry prison He had been committed to jail for foarteen days for drunkenness It is stated he was addicted to the use of methylated spirit and had previously attempted suicide McClin tock had only four days of his present sentence served The sixth anniversary of the consecra tion of St Johns Cathedral Limerick was celebrated on Sunday in the pres ence of the Bishop Most Rev Dr ODwyer who presided at the impres sive religious ceremony and a large gath ering of the laity many of whom came from distant parishes to do honor to the solemn and historic occasion A very sad accident occurred near Dun murry Belfast Richard Maze a well known carrier together with his sons were returning to Lisburn from Belfast and when a short distance beyond Dun murry the old man was seen to suddenly fall off his cart His sons who were in charge of other carts at once went to his assistance and were surprised to find that life was extinct The estate of Lord Clare at Mount Shannon near Limerick has been dis posed of to a wealthy Australian named Nevin The place was purchased by John the first Earl of Clare who supported the passing of the act of union and was held by successive members of the family down to about twenty years back The furniture paintings etc were sold by auction fifteen years ago The sale practically ends the history of the Clare familyP who had been for many years principal teacher at Draperstown County Derry but who changed some time ago to Dromara County Down re cently paid a visit to his friends in the former town and on his arrival got a very pleasant surprise front the people in the shape of a beautiful illuminated address and a neat purse of sovereigns The presentation was made in Patrick ONeills Motel where the party were subsequently entertained by lrConw- ayaoospenta most enjoyable evening Considerable sensation was caused iu Derry recently by the report of a murder ia the vicinity of NewtownstewaitCouHty Tyrone The dead body ofa laud sur veyor named Thomas Hetarty was found on the roadside a mile from Newtown stewart with lacerated wounds in the face It Mtetua that Hegarty was at Sirs bane Maaloaa and gave evidence in a CUe tbAwllettlot borne in a cart He never reached his ea1decea1ive A rumor of foul play apr slier the find ing of the lbody Caromr Elliott girm bane ordered a postmortem which was held by Dr Lyle and Dr RdoBolbr- J t Tc IRI8H80mfTYmRfCI RY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dokt Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street f Treasurer John Mulloy v SergeantatArms John Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehatf Vice PresidentThomas Campfield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rosters street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3F i Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month CavanaughIVice President Michael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth V TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomAs Lynch Recording Secretary John Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street Assistant John Sbaughnessy TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArmsJerrv Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION i NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din Walsh Vice PresidentJohn wink Recording Secretary John IP Flynn TreasurerJohnucBarron OHara DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly President Robert Gleason KinneyRecording Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kcnue- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording Secretary John J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas W Tarpey Sergeant John Kenney Sentinel Timothy Lyons stated death resulted from heart disease The movement for the preservation and spread of the Irish language received a very practical fillip by two public meet- Ings held at Ardmore and Grange County Waterford ThomasCodcanno- nthe Gaelic League organizes arrived at Ardmore on Sunday and a public meeting was held outside the chapel gate after last mass Father Walsh was moved to the chair and there was a large aud repre sentative attendance The proceedings throughout were conducted in Gaelic which judging by the applause and fre quest voices was understood by prac tically every one present At the conclusion of the public meeting those present adjourned to the school rooms where a lot of practical work was done toward organizing the district in the interest of the language movement RECENT DEATHS Miss Mary Casey who resided at Twelfth and Maple streets died Thurs day at St Josephs Infirmary after a lingering illness The funeral will take place this morning at the Cathedral Rev Father Lynch celebrating the sol emnrequiem mass Mrs Elizabeth HouHgan ngedeighty eight years died last Tuesday at her home 1511 Twentieth street from infirmities incident to oldage She was the mother of Mrs Johanna Barry and for many years a resident of the West End Her funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church Thursday afternoon Rev Father Walsh officiating at the solemn services J The sad news was received here Wednes day of the death at Paducah of Michael McAughan aged seventeen years lIe was the son of Daniel McAughan of 1729 Twelfth street and was formerly employed by the Louisville Iron and Bridge Company here where he had many friends His remains were brought to this city for interment the funeral being held at St Louis Bertrands church yesterday morning Miss Kate Twohig sister of Officer James Twohig died last Mouday night at the family residence 1711 High street making the second deatjiin that family within the past few months her mother preceding her The deceased was a young woman of many Christian virtues and her death is sincerely mourned by many relatives and acquaintancesi The funeral took place Tkitreday morning from St Patricks churck The many Louisville friends of Mrs Charles McGarlile will W sorry to learn of her death which occurred at her home in Cincinnati etwek i Her funeral took place from the Cathedral there lev Father Walsh ceidbcatiBg the mass awl delivering a touching funeral per- mon on the Christian drtrtws of the de vlsltealLQIIIvnlthe Falta Cities She V mouruwl by her htMtMud and a hill ort Mends She was also tbc auut of Frwli Cwuniugbauj formerlyof this city til of S- tIa who pawed lifiiiirti asobw ere lot Wftkptrou to the fir Sentiment Ha aTer looked forward to the fuhani- Naw Hardface ow eyesightsPQpri tr HIBERNIANS- What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes St Paul Hibernians will celebrate Thanksgiving with a grand ball The divisions of Providence are nIl giving fairs and balls and meeting with great success There are hundreds of Irishmen in Louisville who should become members of this noble society Many are looking to President John Cavanaugh to inaugurate steps for the formation of a ladies auxiliary The select ball Monday night was an unqualified social success Many hope the County hoard will give another in the near future Division JJ meets next Thursday even ing President Meehan desires n full attendance of members and invites visit ors from other divisions The Hibernians have reason to feel proud of their work for the Sisters bazar They contributed more to its success than any other two organizations- A meeting of St Paul Hibernians was held last Sunday afternoon for the pur pose of discussing the advisability of organizing a company of Hibernian KnightsThe meeting in November will be held next Wednesday evening Division 3 will have important business to transact and several applications are expected The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 2 of Buffalo gave a card party last week The proceeds went to swell the funds of the auxiliary table at the fair to be held soon for the benefit of the Cathedral Great interest is shown in the contest for the diamond ring for the coming Cathedral fair in Buffalo Each table is to have a representative Miss Maria Mc Mnhon being the candidate of the Hiber lians and Ladies Auxiliary The Young Ladies Auxiliary of the Young Mens Institute gave the second of their series of dances Wednesday even lugat their hall on Ninth street The large attendance indicates the increasing popularity of these socials which are perhaps the most enjoyable given this season The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 8 of Providence was launched week before last with sixtyfive members At a meeting held since thirteen more were in itiated This is the second auxiliary organized there during October State and county officers were present upon both occasions The bazar given by the ladies of Holy Trinity church to raise funds to aid Rev Father Kelly their beloved pastor in the purchase of new pews came to a sue tessful close Monday night with a bril liant euchre About 700 was realized Hibernian night drew forth a most grat fying attandance The Hibernians of Anaconda Mont opened their fair in Hibernian Hall last Tuesday evening with a good crowd and the good attendance was kept up during the balance of the week says the correspondent of the Irish Standard The fair Is being held for the purpose of raising funds to clear the debt of the magnificent structure which was completed and opened by the order March 17 189D The fair will be continued the present week The ladies are all hustling at the various booths and it is expected that at least 5000 will be closed The Hiber nians of Butte are coming down some night to attend in a body NOSED HIM OUT In the Argonauts of California C W Haskins tells a good story of sauerkraut- In one of the mining districts near Sacramento a storekeeper received a barrel of provisions which seemed to be spoiled to judge by the smell Instead of throwing it away he thrust it into one corner of a shed where waste and rubbish were piled upon it- One day a burly dustcovered Dutch man entered the store- I vants me some dot pointing to ward the shed What is dot inquired the store keeper I shows you said the miner You shust come mit me And to the shed they went where poinlingto the rub bish heap the Dutchman explained Some of dot in dere vasvat I wants Boxes and barrels were removed and the condemned barrel was exposed nut when the miner eagerly pointed to it the trader told him it was spoiled meat not fit to eat I knows better as dot said the Dutchman You bust him in un L I shows you An ax was brought and the barrel busted in when instead of spoiled meat there was revealed some good old fashioned sauerkraut made in Holland and shipped around Cape Horn- I knows it said the delighted miner I nose him outs The sauerkraut Sold readily at a dollar a pound and was in great demand The Dutch miners heard of it and walked ten and fifteen miles to get a taste of the dainty POSITIVELY TUB LAST GRAND OUTOF TOWN EXCURSION Big Pour Route Sunday November 4- to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train ar rives in Louisville at 11 40p m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows luehville KuifhtMpwn ft Auder son 125 Muncie 125 Alexandria 135 Tickets on sale at city once 218 fourth Avenue and at Seventhstreet depotS J Gates General Agent They say he come front a good fans Uyn Wt s log ditUiicc He must have trarlled- Tht7 try itMF a bwpUo Aentu lVeli wn her btuhtnd U a remnant u ttt tt 1i nn n J w H I Is a Candidete for Reelection for scnooi Trustee From the Ninth and Tenth Wards ELECTRIC1 FANS J J GRONEN 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND- MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a Specialty I Wiring of all Kinds Telephone 1865 HHMMHKi H H looJHJi St Cloud Hotel SB Cor 2d K Jefferson Sts TrA FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan 50c 75c and 100 American Plan 2 and 250 t HIIIHHHIIIHHH HlI NEW 1TREBINGS HOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PEI DA Y Amerlcanand European Plan 620622 W Market SLLouisyilleKy Telephone 3431A The finest and best equipped dollar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional peo pleCOAL COALIDOual16rtu 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 JELLICO NUT 300 LAUREL LUMP 300 LAUREL NUT 275 Pittsburg Lump 325 Pittsburg Nut 300 Now is the time to buy your winter supply of freshly mined and well screened elllco and Laurel Coal TEL 4Q9 FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAMCorner MIIi L and Maple Sts- Try my own make of Quick Yeast REAcANfffXCHfNGES I Wines Liquors and MarketCigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch M1 MURPHY DKAIKR IN GROCERIES PRODUCE MEATS Wiaar blgtGrsFrod Ifar aid Groh N JS Or eenteentk end Iorlltind die FAHETS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N B oSv8utkMd Market ClioiceaWines X iftuors and Cigars Tfophon 3Q44A o r 11 = THOSFLYNNn sALE rrt MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONIUMENTS 172325 W Mahli St LwlsNk Ky iSTSatisf action warranted JOSEPH D COONEY f MANUFACTURER OF M LAWLEllS OllTA1 UHIA SUPEId10RsG OEJ3SCT OIOAR 1207 Wt Main Street Louisville Are Your Savings Earning Something IF NOT You should invest them in the United States Mutual Investment Company For particulars call on L A M GREIF Agent At Seiberts Wall Paper Store No 445 East Market four doors above Baco- nsBrown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTSi CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavlcrtt LayTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec lb IROCERWinesi Liquors And Cigars i- II COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I N W Cor 21st and Portland 1 A AAA dearys Exchange T 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 I MOORES PLflGE k 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS Illinois GGlltraIll- THE FAST LINE TO flemphisAND New OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally M MPHIS BND N W ORl ftNS lIMIUD Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and is a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 840 a m and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvileMetuphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m IHE N W ORn NSSP Cln Leaves Louisville at 1201 daily arriving Memphis 11 p m New Orleans 045 ant Solid Vestibuled Train with through Sleeping Cars Meals served in Dining Cars On Friday this train carries a Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car front Louis ville to Los Angeles and San Fran cisco California without any change or delay W McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville A II HansonG A Chicago Wm Alfred Kellond A G P A Louiavlllei BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis i Peoriait CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS i UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKBT OFf No 218 urUt- AMJ OAX3EC NlAXt Louisville Ky WAKRXN I LYMCH GP A WM P D PPB AG P A CIMCIKNATI O J n f+ + fHt+Htt+tit+tt-ii OOV MeIElECTIOtI19111 MES NORTONDe- mocratic Nominee for School1rustee FORTYNINTH DISTRICT Composed of the Eighth Ninth wards tt + + + + + ++ t + + + H+++ttt t t tt- c HM 0 GUILfOYLG SIMONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERS o Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third and Fourth where we will be glad to see all of our old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfaction GUILFOYLE SIlMO STAILORS AND IMPORTERS NeV Stoiro No ago Vet llarJcct Street t t M t Mt ++ M M M H M H + tt H tt + + t FRftNK ftflg BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY IT DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANKodllallDouOh6rtu U UNDERTAKERS i 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I11I 11113iTTiPIiOhTIy 1 IO2a All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions 8fi rIElgli l 1111III1 i 1 1 I11 li MllIUoollMollllmolltGompallU7ESIGNERS DI ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE II 1 r flonuments j Artistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i litt iIi lil M A ihoh lh M414 M hMIMr M M aMMIIISI IM fYM pRliIMl4 iPARADISEljljlSAMPLE ROOMc sr Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool JJ- Mj J HICKEY PROPRIETOR I a I Telaphone 884 248 West Jefferson Street J iAnf h+ I ilMalMlliltilMl1 irtfMIMaMlaiIpiaiM MIMiMalrN JOx B RRANI iVALTERS Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYY CREAM COMMON BEER jL J4QO1404 Story Avenue f- Tetepot1eS91 LOUISVILLE KY W4 rI1IlTa- a1t3ayeef A6owitMF AND NAW and Educates Yotrng PcojJe Tar BuifaiiM Gooi Inffeynmt and MMMX CAU on wale pots nay WWMumwt MM MtttMMi tut ImUE f ii a Business College c EDWARD BARRY Cork Member of Parliament linn Two Brothers In This State They Arc John amt Joo Barry R s ding tit Nev Haven Full List of Irish Members of the Next House of Commoiiri MORE STRONGLY UNITED THAN EVER Edward Barry who was reelected a member of the British Parliament from South Cork for the third consecutive time is a brother of John J Barry editor of the New Haven Echo and Joseph Barry also of New Haven they being the only male survivors of the original Cork Barry family existing today The Barrys are wellknown in Nelson county and throughout the State and their friends will read with interest the follow ing sketch of the Nationalist member of Parliament who has always been a strong Home Ruler and was among the first to go to the assistance of John Redmond and William OBrien in establishing unity in the Irish party on its present basis and also the first member to adopt the principles of the United Irish League taken from the Cork County Ingle The convention held in Skibbereen was certainly the largest ever held in the Town Hall for the purpose of selecting a Nationalist representative in Parliament for the Division of South Cork It was unique in its way composed as it was of popularity elected bodies and delegates from the various Nationalist societies withltt the constituency and it may betaken as an exhaustively representative gathering As we anticipated lost week Edward Barry who sat for the division since 892 was the unanimous choice of the meeting and indeed it would be diffi cult to get a more worthy or faithful member because since his election to Parliament he has worked with an earnest ness and an unostentatious singleness of purpose which can not be excelled Ills spcccli was all honest and upractical one and gave thorough satisfaction as he promised in the future as in the past to support the demands of the majority of the Irish people in the House of Com moos That the great meeting in Skib bereen recognized his worth is amply proved by the unanimity of his selection and we are certain that at the next disso lotion he will hand back unsullied the trust reposed in him by the people of South Cork We congratulate Mr Barry on his selection believngaawedo that he is the rightmanin the ightyplaceeft The following list givesthe names of the Irish members returned to the new British Parliament Of the ninetynine successful candidates eightytwo are Nationalists and supporters of the United Irish League The first sixteenrepresent boroughs and the others counties Those whose politics are not specified are Nationalists Belfast East G W Wolff Conserva tive West HO ArnoldForester South W Johnston Conservative North Sir J H Haslett Conservative CorkW OBrien and J P X OBrien Dublin Harbor T Harrington St Patricks W yield Stephens Green James McCann College Green J P Naunctti Galway Hon M C Morris Conserva tiveKUkellllpatdck OBrien Limerick Alderman Joyce LondonderryMarquis of Hamilton Conservative NewryP J H Carvill Waterford J E Redmond Antrim East Col McCalmont Con servalive South W G Ellison Macart ney Conservative Middle Hon R T ONeill Conservative Armagh Middle J B Lansdale Con servative North Col Saunderson Con servative South J Campbell CarlowJohn Hammond CavanEast S Young West Thomas McGovern Clare East W H K Redmond West Major Eustace Jameson CorkEast Capt Donelan Middle Dr C K D Tanner Northeast William Abraham North James C Flypu Vest James Giluooly South E Barry J South east E Crean negalWest James Boyle f East E McFadden South T G Swift MacNeill North W O Doherty Down East J A Rentoul Conservative North T L Corbe Conservative SouthMichael McCartan West Capt A HiU7 Conservative Dublin North J J Clancy South J J MooneyliermanaghNorth It M Archdale Conservative Galway Connemara William QMal ley East John Roche North enl Nolan South W J Duffy Kerry East John Murphy South John Bolatid Nth M J Flavin Wet John QDonne- llItildareNorth Edmund Leamy South Matthew J Mill h XilkcnnyNorth Patrick McDermott South JOMearu Kings C4nntyElla Pt teddy Tulla more IfavilaudBurk- eLeitrimNorth P A JlcHugh South J Tully Limerick K4t William Launder WL0SbaugbnweyLondoaderr How Jobn Alkinaoa CoMervaHvc South John Gordon fcbor Uuia Lofgford Iambj IPJrdJ South Hoe Edward Blak- e1ottthNdrht ft M Heels jBdutb 1 JoaephNolanMayoBeat J biiiou North Conor Ii J ir UpBtalriiOver BnBllh Woolen nilli Sfcft I One Doer Wet of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMatttmoth Painless Dental Parlors436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS i BRORIHG llIISry PROPRIETOR rROOM FOR RENT A large room suitable for club or sew ing purposes well lighted and ventil ated at 629 Pfthstreetb OKelly South John ODonnell West R Ambrose X MeathPWhlte South J L Carew Monaghan South James Daly North Daniel MacAJeese Queens uyOssory William P Delaney Leix Mark Anthony McDon nellRoscommonSouth J P Hayden North J J OKelly Sligo South J ODowd North Will Jam McKillop Tipperarj South John Cullinau East Thomas J Condon North P J OBrien Tyrone East P C Doogan South T W Russell Labor Union Middle G Murnaghan North Sergeant Hemphill Waterford East P J Power West James John Slic- eWestmeathNorth P J Kennedy South Donal Sullivan Wexford South Peter French North Sir Thomas GEsmonde Wicklow East D J Cogan West James OConnor Dublin University W E H Lecky Labor Union Sir Edward Carson Con servative FATHER RUSSELL BETTER i5 k- VW Aged Chas J Jhof Nazareth fAcatiini WIIIII fsifJh ite 01 xsumadH s DUtIss M Rev Patlier Russell the aged and revered chaplain 4of Nazareth Academy who has wonfthe love of all identified with that institution during the past thirty years hagi been in ill health for some time past Last week he came to St Josephs Infijinary for treatment and his friends throughout Kentucky will learn with pleasure that his condition has greatly improved during the past ten days thoughleis still weak but he expects to be able to resume his duties shortlyFather Russell though now over seventy years oldl has been more active than those muchyounger in the perform ance of his labors Many years ago he was Prefect aud professor at St Marys College Bardstowti among his pupils being such well known citizens as the late W Neh Welib Lou Bell formerly editor of the Catholic Advocate and others who retain only pleasant recollec tions of their school boy days under his benign guidance BETTER LOOK SHARP Editor Kentucky Irish American There are people all over this land from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the most northern parallel to the ex tremest southern thoughtful well bal anced educated men of honor and men whose loyalty to the nation is paramount who see in William Bryan a savior to this Government who say that his wisdom alone and his knowledge of things and the way affairs are going and ought to go will turn the ship of state from the slough in whch it is floundering and lead it out into the clear deep waters of prosperity and honor That be is the enemy of nioa yaurf cited trusts is in his favor That his utterances are character ized by the fearofGod and a wisdom coming from Itis everything Let those who are dissatisfied with the evils against which wekave to contend during the present tinge help elect him and give him a chance show what is in him and what he can and may do for the country Instead ot libeling him on one hand and ploltin against him OH the other with bribing and promises of good places and b tteciSiteikg let then respect his dignity aim mat of this republic who has a Ji8tf make Use race for Presidentif hj9booiee4 to do so What such rotten HI iMiyli against him or any other good nMn fcouId beiuiopted M his foolish oppotJ yiv undertakeniis a woulandIfmen have ta lliL tterm it existence When diweiwkpB trlfe iboaY and corrupt cliria raging within our Borders we b 4ilater look sharp to it that our teun s t approaching iiicow pletion It nuwr ilf principle wine mea who fear Cud f wAgmentSf be elected to letMedbIbreathes rrv rtOB for the Almighty and prVailAa rlr c DELEGATESI Elected try1 thu Central Labor Union to Two Con ventions Allied Prlutliijr Trades Council Is After the Avenue Theater Now Delegates Admitted and Various Matters Referred to Committees I ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE CONVENTION The annual election of delegates to the American Federation of Labor and the State Federation of Labor brought out an unusually large attendance at the monthly meeting of the Central Labor Union which was held at Becks Hall last Sunday afternoon President John Fuchs presided and all of his rulings were accepted without question Cre dentials were received and the following delegates admitted as members of the central body- Painters and DecoratorsMessrs Dick erson and Hes- sCigarmakersMarlin Metzger Wood Carvers Albert Raibert and E HoffmanHorseshoersJohn Dawson- A communication was received from ths Paterson Typographical Union rela tive to the contest now being made in the courts of New Jersey against the en forcement of an ordinance passed by the Paterson City Council requiring the union label on all city printing The printers call for financial assistance from all sister unions interested in the welfare of their labelsAnother communication read was from the Louisville Allied Printing Trades Council regarding the absence of the allied trades label from the Avenue Thea ter programme This was referred to the Grievance Committee The Typographi cal Union will doubtless take action unon this matter at its meeting tomorrow The Bootblacks Union entered com plaint against the lack of interest taken in the employment of members of their organization by many master barbers in the city The Organization Committee will call upon the owners of the shops referred to and endeavor to make an amicable settlement of their differences The report of the special committee to whom had been referred the matter in controversy between the Buckingham Theater and the Theatrical Alliance was received It stated that everything had been settled satisfactorily the Bucking ham Theater being a union house in every department l DelegateDietzj ofthe GrievanceCbm niittee submitted a report in the matter of the Two Jakes Sign Company The company expressed its willingness and desire to affiliate with the union buf upon the condition that the sign painters elect new officers There followed quite a lengthy discussion which resulted in the entire matter being referred back to the local sign painters organization Encouraging reports were made by members of the committees making arrangements for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors to the annual convention of the American Federation of Labor which will be in session here for about ten days beginning December 6 Quite a handsome sum of money has already been donated for this purpose but all trades unions and many business men will be urged to contribute as liber ally as possible as the working people of Louisville desire to maintain its reputa tion for hospitality Music Hall has been secured for the convention and hotel accomodalions provided for For delegate to the American Federa tion of Labor there were but two nominated James McGill and George R French The former declined and Dele gate French was elected by acclamation Mr French has had long experience in the trades union movement having served as President of the local Cigar makers Union and delegate to the Central Labor Union and Louisville will have DO cause to regret his selection as its representative Nominations for delegate to the State Federation of Labor were called for and after declinations serve by Messrs Herman Christian James Roberts and Walter Young who could not lose the necessary time front their business James Looney of the Stereotypers and Electro typers Union was chosen by acclama tionu The Brewers Union reported that they were making progress toward organizing the local breweries in all their depart meats After the traistcUon of other routine business of minor interest the meeting adjourned BRYANS ANCESTRY If hereditary tendency counts for anything William J Bryan may though he I be defeated for the Presidency of the United States this year eventually occupy the White House even if he has to wait half a century and more for the bettor for his reatgrandmother Mrs Mary Bryan Cobb is alive ad jiwt cele limited bee ninetyseventh birthday She is the eldest of the surviving daughter of the Revolution her father having been Major Daniel Gmdi a colonial artillery commander and hergrandfather WIll the famous fighting chaplain Rev John GallO who was brigade chaplain of the Revolutionary tniigl Hrhwerdww- a hero of bewnr 01812 Q tEMpoRARY INCOGNITO What re the frame of that newly married couple In that next flttT- Qliwe csnrtfndout for a few wr each now ealla the otherBirdieIudianapolia jonraaL M M ti n JOHKBCABTtKMAM AUTHOR 0 LAkdKAJk BRKtWOTtlDOB CASTMtMAX I Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL v LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN TilE WORLD1 BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OFJFIOES COLD BIA EDILIyINQ nnnnnnnntnntnnnltntnnntnntnnnntn I RAFFOSI w w CT 1 I Nothing sold but Ew I guaranteed goods KY Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville H 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 Z3 sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines =highgrade articles constantly in stock You will 22 IIof to trade here once you have tried itMHauling and Moving Attended To 321 3T LOUISVILLE fI dddH HH3WEST 1 3North Side ZS- UFTWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH I M I f71111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111l1il 1111111111111111i 1 I I IIIIiIII1 Funeral Directors ii- I II- STI T4 And Embalmers 1- W I i- JJ MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer j iMr Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice = j iIi 810IIS fill 1111111111111111111J1111 IISiiiiliid 11111111 CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS COALALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 157 and 2324 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY J SENN Sc ACKERMAN BRE ING COlMPANYJNOORPORArED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVULE 1GY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON BRANCH HOUS 905 We MARKET MARKET STREET LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 428 AND 430 J EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY 41 ISHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE w in anlilltliGANT PARLOR DINING CALL H B C r DistrlatlassengtasrAtwtLNierlit PAAR Ii REED Oi ruw r L ptW G as o a 0- v i