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V C w 1k 4 KENTuKY IRjSIIAMERICAN VOLUME VNO 20 PRICE FIVE CENTS STILL LIVES The Hibernian Seed Planted Hero Over TwentySix Years Ago James Rogers Reviews tho Ills tory of the Order in v Louisville a New Departure of Division 1 Proves nn Unqualified Success HON JOHN RYAN THE NEXT ORATOR The new departure of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which provides for the special entertainment of members and visitors has thus far U proven very successful and promises to surpass in good results the most sanguine hopes of its promoters The exercises arranged are both pleasing and instruc tive and the honors done the memories of the pioneer Hibernians can not but make a deep impression upon their descendants and should also greatly increase the membership in the orderI The attendance at the meeting Tuesday night was not as large as it should have been but those present enjoyed both an intellectual and historical treat Ex Councilman James Rogers reviewed the history of the order in this city during the past twentysix years and his refer ences to the old guard revived many pleasant recollections and happy events President Thomas Dolan presided with his usual dignity and impartiality and congratulated the division upon the fact that applications for membership were becoming more numerous r An important communication was received from the National Board of Directors which stated that the new ritual would be furnished all divisions before January 1 It also called for the name and address of every member of the division who will receive free of cost the official journal of the order soon to make its appearance The assessment ordered by the National Board of Direct ors to reimburse its treasury for the amount so promptly and generously for warded the Galveston sufferers was paid without a dissenting vote The Sick Committe reported Deputy Sheriff John Greany as still seriously ill at his home They also reported Mike Collins much better with prospects bright for his speedy recovery After the transaction of other routine introducedexcharter members of Division 1 who for threequarters of an hour was given the closest attention The speaker stated that the Ancient Order of Hibernians was born in the beautiful Green Isle when their churches a and all religions and educational institu tions were taken from the people and its glorious history in hill and glen remains bright until this day and nowhere is recorded a patriotism that excels that of thelrisbJKnights or Hibernians who were then protecting Christianly from the assaults of enemies Notwithstanding their churches were taken from them and are still occupied by others that they were robbed of their schools and educational facilities they have always remained true to the faith of St Patrick and their country To escape English oppression Irish men were compelled to emigrate many entering the services of other European countries but the greater majority came to America where by thousands they gathered around the immortal Washing ton and gave their lives and all for the sake of this glorious country many also coming from France with Lafayette From before the Revolution to the present time the Irish page in our countrys his tory was a bright one among the many Irish names who added to its luster being Gen Andrew Jackson at New Orleans in 1812 and Commodore Perry on thellakes who swept the British hordes before them The Ancient Order of Hibernians was first instituted in the United States at Boston in 1835 at a time when English Influences were being used to keep the Irish race In this country divided Tor purposes hostile to Americas jwclfare From too the seed was planted in New York City and thereafter spread rapidly throughout the United States The organization of the first division in Kentucky ttook place in Covington about thirtythree years ago and the order enjoyed a rapid growth the membership la that city aed Newport soon reaching 600 Division 1 the pioneer organisation in Louisville was instituted twentyseven veers ago the first formal meeting being held in St LouisI HaJJiin t June 1874 Its founders were the illus trious Mat Curran whose ability find in tegrity and devotion to the order were afterward roes nlssd in State and na tional convention John Donahue Tow Stantou John Barrett Tim Lyons and the speaker the latter two of whom are yet mesjihersof this division t Then in regular order came Divisions 23 Unol which arejaJlouclab log condition today Amour the most pwttfyiitg incidents in the local Watery of the order was the observance of St Patricks day iai 1876 when the torn o ben at Division 1 sad 400 visitors gars the grandest parade witnessed here up to that time all the local Irish societies par ticipating The young division that day entertained as its guests at Rufers Hotel the 400 visitor reference to which happy occasion is still frequently made During these many years no organiza tion in Louisville has done as much for its members either morally socially or when they were unfortunate and the only surprise is that there can be found a true IrishAmerican who is not embraced within the Hibernian ranks Mr Rogers paid glowing tribute to the memory of Matt Curran Gus Mulloy and Joe Grimes Among others who had been faithful and efficient workers and to whom the divisions of this City are greatly indebted for wise and successful directions he mentioned Mat Kerins now of Denver Hon John Ryan Martin Cuslck Edward Clancy and Toni Keenan all of whon made splendid officers of Division 1 Nor did he fall to remember the otherdivisions and such men as John Barrett John Hennessy John Murphy Harry Brady Pat Holly Pat Sullivan Joe Taylor Jeiuea Coleman and many others Good fellowship had existed during the entire twentysix years and the great work witnessed was beyond compute His remarks were well received by the members present many of whom expressed themselves as more than delighted with the reminiscences recalled The Hon Joke Ryan bag accepted an invitation to address the Hibernians at the next Meeting of Division 1 and those who attend will be well repaid as Mr Ryans long membership and service in the Sftte Legislature peculiarly fit him for this pleasing task Members of all other divisions are invited to be present The Literary Committee will also arrange feme special features for that night RBDUCBD WnttTWN Brands 9i of the Catholic Knights of America has reduced its initiation fcie for priceieatopporuuiit1t future welfare of those depending upon then Next meeting TtMwSuy night fi THEIR PRIDE St Boniface German Catholic Church to Be Dedicated to God Tomorrow One of the Most Stately and Imposing Edifices in This Country Right Rev Bishop McCloskoy Will Conduct the Grand Ceremony PROMINENT CLERGY TO BE PRESENT Among the many notable Catholic events inthe history of Louisville none will surpass that which occurs tomorrow when the beautiful St Boniface German Catholic church will be dedicated to the service of God and will thereafter stand for perhaps hundreds of years a monu ment to the zeal and piety of the clergy andmembers of that congregation Through the courtesy of the Evening Post weare enabled to present the picture of the magnificent edifice which adds so much to the beauty of our city The present Board of Trustees of the church who also comprise the Building Committee and whose work has been crowned with such glorious success are Frank Geher Joseph Gottbrath Carl Bissmeyer Urban Stengel Henry Thie mann Henry Michael Andrew Schuler August Freund Anthony Brinkhaus Andrew Cheuder Henry Schoo John Schaefer Matthew Phosinger and Henry NoltemeyerThe church is one of the most imposing structures in the city of Louis ville and in beauty of architecture and delicacy of finish compares favorably with the stately cathedrals of New York and Baltimore Built entirely of stone on the exterior its lofty tower runs to the height of 210 feet and is visible all over the eastern part of the city It stands on the lot next to the old St Boniface church which has been a place of worship for nearly threequarters of a century and next to it is the convent of the Franciscan monks 6n the top of the tower is the broad stone crosstle symbaboftheCatholioltohuieh ediithe m broad oak doors and lofty stone walls make an impressive sight to the passerby The interior of the church is if any thing more striking than the exterior The seating capacity is 1000 and the length of the church is 154 feet and the width sixtyfour feet The height from the beautifully tiled floor to the foot of the dome is fifty feet All the pews are of hard oak and the sanctuary is the finest in the city There are five altars two of which are outside of the sanctuary two just inside of the railing and the main altar is at the rear of the sanctuary At the foot of utaIUOItlifeIlIkeTheaUara IIti1futtyi surpassed in any church In the SoutaIthe pttlpitia8ituatedabottt ten feet from the sanctuary v in the body of the church and ia elevated from the floor by a carved flight of steps The chapel intended for the students of the seminary is at the right of thee sanctuary the sacristy at thee left T1choir which numbers seventytwo including the chorister boys will be located in a bal cay at the roar of theiEonrch Many of the windows nn finished in J t i stained glass whole effect is of some massive caSKral of the middle ages The light ea through the stained glass of the windows and falling upon the polishedJtflKxlwork of the pews and ornamented tWig of the floor adds to the beauty of thtjeene Right Rev BlstaflMHcCloskey will con duct the dedicatory ices assisted by Rev Monsignor Zniter of St Martins and Rev Father Vesterman of St Marys and a lairjfi number of distin guished local andj1 tailing clergymen The dedicatory will be delivered by Rev Father iehauss rector of St Francis Cincinnati After the sermon serlahigh mass will be celebrated by Rev Bishop Henry Joseph of Grand Rapids Mich who will be assisted by Monsignor Bouchet Vicar Geuejjj1lof the Louisville diocese The deacoSRof honor will be the Rev Leo Grenulkh pastor of St Anthonys church aSJKRev Louis Ohle pastor of St VinceSjlde Paul church The deacons of the tunas will be the Rev P Berresheim of St Martins church and Rev Jerome Praas pastor of St Peters churchIat The first master of ceremonies will be the Rev Dr G WS huhmann of the Cathedral The aecola master of cere monies will be the Ry Propers Steh mann ofStosephs clirch Solemn vespers wiling celebrated at 3 oclock in the afternoon The Rev Phil Rothnmnn pastor of StBonfire church in Cincinnati will actacelebrant The deacons assisting litwill be Revs Englebert HommericjjTOif St Francis church of Cincinnatijfaiid Rev Klllian Roth of Kansas CityThe master of ceremonies will be the Rev Silas Lichte feld of St Boniface church in Cincinnati The vesper sermon will Fe delivered by the Rev Lucas Gottbehoede of Lafay jfaSolemni celebration will be held at 730 in the evening Rev Ubaldus Webersinke offSt Stephens church in Hamilton Qlito acting as cele brant The thanksgiyirigisermon will be =delivered by the RevRapliael Hesse A aIr8DRaffle of the Donated the Slsters Bazar 4 At a meeting of the Alumnae of Our Lady of Mercy held ate academy lnst- Tuesday afternoon it was Ided to give 1 euchre fer the purpose ral ingthe trap a hisffair ins W 1 t1Mt1I ing November 27 and immediately after the latter game is over the raffle of the trap and also of the combination book I will take place The affair promises to be a very excit lug one and for perfecting all the necessary arrangements the following com mittees have been appointed Hall Misses Carrie Ropke Lily Vautyne and Alice McLaughlin Tables Misses liidith Dowling Beat rice Small and KatM1t1tUoUorau Cards Misses Mafigte Xaffan Lily Vautyne Lily Kiriey aa Fraukie Smith Prim Misses Helen Holland Settle ArMannekrCompletiu tJI Misses Marie McMne Harriet Hurst and Eleanor Drapetscasa Preen CofrefiooMSf 1Miss Louise A- FlcJderr rY 1 OFFICERS 4ta ACCIDENT eclat Officer John jrhdi for years was a member of the and enjoyed an excellent thefictin1 of a terrible accident 1ste Thursday night While makingi WTWWt be was thrown from his horse NMUng his neck His I wife and awriveto mourn bfie loss IOQ1I tean f1 REFORMS Recommended by the Kentucky State Federation of Labor The Second Annual Convention ReElects James McGill President Was a Body of Intelligent and Conservative Trades Unionists LEXINGTON GETS NEXT CONVENTION The second annual convention of the Kentucky State Federation of Labor assembled in Reebs Hall last Tuesday morning and was called to order by President James McGill at 1030 oclock William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish American delivered the address of welcome which was responded to by the President on behalf of the Federation After the appointment of a credentials committee a recess was taken till after dinnerWhile the attendance was not so large as had been anticipated the representa tives of a number of unions in this city and throughout the State not being able to leave their vocations the body was made up of intelligent and conservative men determined to act only for the best interests of the working classes This was practically demonstrated throughout the two days that the convention was in session and augurs well for the future The demands made for the adoption of reform measures were all reasonable and will be presented to all parties alike The Committee on Credentials made its report recommending the seating of delegates from towns throughout the State as follow- sLexingtonP C Learning Central City James D Wood CovingtonJacob Benkert GreenvilleG W McDonald WilliamsD W Wakcland- Owensboro George Turner RockportCam Smith rakes orQ VJ Campbell R IeaD V Gw it- 8traig1i = 3r IMcHenryGeorge Basehart the delegates representing the Louisville unions Central Labor Union James Looney PrintersJames Martin CigarmakersLouis Kiefer StereotypersCharles Nelson German TyphographiaH Knecht Pavers and Rammers Thos Cosgrove Brewers John Fuchs Street Railway Employes William Ja cobs and Lee Williams Waiters Joe Krebs Bartenders Fred Schwenker- Boxtuakers Gus Heicken Horseshoers James Roberts Federal Union James McGill Coopers Lawrence Steinmetz The various committees were an nounced and the convention at once got down to active work The yearly reports of the officers were encouraging Among the resolutions that gave rise to much debate was one appealing to the national officers of the musicians to grant a character lto mlaiciany of CO and Newport which was finally dhltQII1 Heretofore Cincinnati Jhas diction over that part bif Kentucky 01 I Chairman Wool Ctbe Resolutions Committee introduced resolutions indors ing Walter RoU for Stats Mist luapec V I l tor The resolution was heartily indorsed by all the miners delegates who urged the necessity of a practical miner for that important position one who will understand looking after air ventilation and other necessary measures for human safety They were unanimously adopted The State Legislature was called upon to enact an eight hour law that could be enforced The best speech on this sub I ject was made by Delegate Campbell of the minersj I IAnother resolution that met with favor provided for the semimonthly pay of those engaged in mining The most important demand made was for the enactment ofa law providing for the creation of a Labor Commission to consist of five members three of whom shall come from the working class and the other two from the employing class They shall meet in September and promulgate statistics relative to the com merdalandindustrialaffairsof the State They shall also have a Secretary who shall not be a member of the board Other labor matters were referred to the Executive Council who will report when the proceedings are distributed Delegate Learning presented invitations to the convention from the Blue grass Typographical Union and the Com mercial Club to meet next year in Lex ington and that city was the unanimous choice But few changes were made in the officers nearly all of whom were elected by acclamation In their selection nearly every Congressional district is represented The following will serve next yearPresldentames McGill Vice Presidents James Roberts James D Wood Jacob Benkert James C White George Basehart P C Teaming who werechosen in the order named SecretaryTreasurer Louis Keifer Legislative Committee John Fuchs Herman Christen James McGill Delegate to American Federation of LaborWIlliam L Jacobs Retiring Secretary Stewart who de dined to serve longer made a feeling farewell address and pledged his best efforts for the betterment of the condi tion of the working people of Kentucky The newly elected officers were installed by James Martin of the Typo graphical Union and after short but interesting remarks from nearly every officer the convention adjourned sine die All who attended the convention were pleasedwith the harmony that prevailed and the earnestness of purpose to accom pUsh good results displayed by the dele gates The papers to be indorsed by the Executive Council will be namedat its OFFICERoMULLANEY His Condition Reported Very Serious But Still There Is Hope The many friends throughout the city of Officer John Mullaney will regret to learn that for the past week he has been in a most critical condition at his home on Seventh street and grave doubts were entertained for his recovery He is suffering from illness contracted while on duty which has recently taken various turns and become very compli catedOfficer Mullaney has been a member of the police force for years and has always been regarded as an efficient and faithful officer Few men have more friends than he and all would rejoice in longasThe members of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have been very attentive to him during his illness e FOR EMMETS DAY IrishAmerican Society Will Give Entertainment at Library Hall There was another good attendance at the meeting of the IrishAmerican Society last Thursday night Viet President Claire occupied the chair and kept every body interested iron start to finish Six applications were received and re ferred and Messrs George Moran John OBrien and John Claire were initiated There has of late been a large and steady growth in the membership f this society and hereafter the laws will be rigidly enforced regarding payment of dues assessments etc and the officers declare that after January 1 next it will be on a footing numerically and financiallysec ond to none in this city The proceedings were enlivened by spirited talks by Mike Francis Tom Tarpey John Mullpy Tom Gibbons Vice President Murphy and Secretary Flynn who made wise suggestions andurged that all enter heartily Into the work mapped out for the society and the celebration of Robert Emmets anniversary Col Joe Byrne Chairman of the Emmet anniversary committee reported that Library Hall bad been secured for that date March 4and the committee was now arranging one of the best literary programmes ever presented the Louisville public which will also embrace an ad dress by a distinguished orator and many pleasing features The committee having the affair in charge is composed of the following wellknown Irish Americana Joe Byrne Chairman William Patter IOU Joe Kevin John J Flynn Thomas Tarpey One hue John CbaterPat Cannaughto sal Joke KL AQUINAS UNION Popular Catholic Society flay Enjoyed Eight Years of SIICCCSH The Happy Celebration of Its Anniversary Last Monday Night John Crotty Matt ODoliortj and Father Fowler the Speakers MUSICAL AND LITERARY FEATURES Eight years ago on November 0 1892 the Aquinas Union was founded in this city by the Rev Father ONeill As that day happened to be election day this year the Aquinas deferred the celebra tion of the event until the following Monday November 12 The objector this society as is well known being the improvement socially and spiritually of the members the exercises were ora strictly literary character in keeping with the plans laid down for the accom plishment of its purposes The position which the Aquinas holds in the local Catholic world iis a singular one It stands at the head of all Catholic so cieties not by reason of members as the various branches of the Young Mens In stitute Catholic Knights and Ancient Order of Hibernians far outnumber it 3 but on account of its literary character and the high purpose for which it was instituted What this purpose is could y be best explpined in the words of Hon Matt ODoherty the speaker of the neni- nK t The programme was opened by Presi dent Crotty who spoke a few words eX tending to the guests a hearty welcome in the name of the Aquinas He then 1 announced that the first number on the programme was a piano solo by Miss Halpin OReilly This announce ment was greeted with pleasure by time many friends of the young lady as all knew her reputation as a pianist and were prepared for the musical treat which fol lowed Miss OReilly in her execution of several difficult pieces showed a knowl edge of perIsmamateur TheTiext number was a vocall solo by Miss Elizabeth Tarpey who though youug in years possesses a very rich and musical voice and in the near future will undoubtedly assume a position in the front rank of local singers In addition Miss Torpey is an accomplished musician Richard Walsh recited How Jerry Proposed in a manner and with such feeling as to convulse the audience with laughter As the details of the mat ter can easily be surmised further comment is unnecessary except to add that Mr Walsh possesses a splendid v good delivery The President then introduced ODoherty the speaker of the evening The latter stated that owing to pressure of his business and the recent political campaign in which he had been an active participant he had not been able to prepare such an address as he would wish but delivered few remarks on the necessity of the study of Catholic doc f trines and refutation of the many erron eous impressions which are now current with regard to Catholic belief The Aqui nas Union was organized for the purpose of a Catholic truth society and had pro gressed as can be seen by the fact that it exists in better condition at present after eight years than a great uiauy organizations with a larger membership and more material objects The need of Catholics being well informed was best illustrated by a story which is told of a brother Celt An Irishman was one day discussing Catholic practices with a Protestant who asked him why Catholic priests said the mass in Latin Why says Patbe cause the devil can not understand it That a great many Catholics of the pres ent day would find themselves in a worse condition than Pat can easily be im f agined because they have not the ecU sary knowledge to explain such matters and lack the really wit of the Irishman to give some answer The speaker then mentioned the need of a careful study of the works of such men as Branson Father Faber Cardinal Wiseman Bishop Eng land and other great minds of the church The speaker concludedwith a glowing tribute to President Crotty for the faith ful work he bad done for the Aquinas in j the past and wished the society success in the coming yearlMr ODoherty was succeeded on the platform by George McCrann who in a very realistic way recited Virginia and so moved the ladles of the audience by the portrayal of the sorrows ot that maiden that many were seen wiping their appreciation who recited Guilty or Innocent President Crotty then stated that the programme had been completed with one exception concluding remarks by Rev Father Fowler the new prior of St Louis Bertrands church and spiritual director i of the Aquinas Father Fowler thanked J the President for the flattering iiutrodnc spokeoftbeJrtftterpoeaIbilitfetitheywou1d i proposed new hall He statedIthat dur ing his term as prior he would do all in his power to forward the interest+ of the young people of tbe parish and particu larly those of the Aquinas Union t ofr u if f h iVii tfTfiiili iiniMTin nf r iT n JB A RIOAN o rF KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERIGflN INIINIIMNMNIII+IN IO vote4 to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans VX4LXAl2 lId HJGGXNS publl her SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Entered at the Louisville Postoffleo aa SecondClass Matter A d i MS all CnlarnleatieRI te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street LOUISVILLE RY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 1900 MAKES JUSTICE BLUSH It is such proceedings and decis ions as that in the Coleman case iin the Police Court that causes Judg Lynch to take an inning Judg Buckley and Aaron Kohn are wel h come to all the consolation and vindication they feel in denounce ing the newspapers for criticism of i their course in this case Koht for his first move in the case should i have been sent to jail for contempt Coleman was guilty of a felon requiring his being held for the grand jury or he was not guilt and should have been dismissed Judge Buckley fined him 10 for disorderly conduct The newspa- persi and the general public have r their opinion of Judge Buckley And by the way a Judge shoul jrc above roasting newspapers- itI savors of gutter politics The usual course of a court of becomin dignity is to arrest and punish the editors for contempt in such in stancesbut this is rarely done because when the editors criticis the courts they are generals right as far as they go and migh j go farther and notbe wrong JEALOUS OF UNCLE SAM The real animus and jealousy of IiM gratificaIi1 i deuce of the British tendency McKinley administration the feel ti ling tn England toward the United States and the policy of the admin Sstration is just the reverse of friendly or grateful We here say thoughtless persons because everyone who knows anything of the 1 British Government and press an rit aware of their hypocritica ter and no matter what the It of the election in this coun try they would have been profuse in their expressions of gratification and friendship just as they have always done in past years regardless of which party was successful a fact which a little reflection j will attest England not only has no love fo- rt1 American Government or peo ple but of late years has come to regard the Americans as her chief rivals in trade and recently in diplomatic matters The Americans more than any other people are crowding England not only in the markets of the world but in the English markets as well This is due not only to the energy and pro gressive methods of the Americans but because American products conieanto direct competition with thlfof England tnoreso than the products of other nationsiron coal j machinery cotton and wool and the manufactured implements f and fabrics in which not so long ago England had a monopoly of the worlds markets and at one time the United States was her best r customer Now she has lost the United States market and the ambit ot Yankee is reaching out into other market and even forcing his wares right iinto England V thecpartisan political newspapers but from the nonpartisan commercial sources which care nothing2 about political parties mud give the facts fit they are with an eye soielpl to i business Only a s1810aO Americas tr11obtainedtbeconi 191buildi and did the work not only ch aperjljl but in six months less1 tone any English firm could guarante to do it Other railroads are to be built and equipped in Africa by English companies and an American firm has put in a bid to built the road supplying all material engines cars depots in fact every I thing and guaranteeing to finis the work complete for operation in I a time so limited as to take away the breath of wouldbe Englisl competitorsThis raised a storm of pro test among iron mill and machinery manufacturers in England who insist that the Government having borne the expense and the Englisl people sacrificed their lives in war to acquire this territory they shouts be given the work of building the railroads and developing the country But the Government is pow erless since the companies are likely to award the contract to the lowest and best bidder The Americas rails locomotives and cars havi already supplanted the English in other countries and are about to do the same in British territory Adc to this another fact The city anc suburban railways of Europe are run by steam locomotives princi pally of English make An Amer lean agent has closed contracts in Paris and Berlin and even is nego tiating in London to substitute elec tric motor power of American man ufacture and patent England furnishes the coal to Europe and other parts of the world The American coal operators an ijfjbiddingA ifiMBSf Zt Joost ofrshipmentt et gtyesnhe Eng lish a fraction the advantage the American by improved and time saving facilities will overcome this and be delivering coal even in Eng land cheaper and of better quality American machinery even to the bicycle is already supplanting Eng Jish machinery in England The English newspaper to compete with the American has also been forced to use our presses and machinery In cotton and woolen goods the chief industry of a large part of the English working people the Amer ican goods are crowding out the English everywhere in China and even England and while American mills are running full time and building additions the English mills are on short time or closed And the latest Since the beginning of the use of tin the world had to rely on the Welsh and other sec tions of British territory for tin even though they manufactured tin plate Not only has England been crowded out of the United States but American tin is shipped to Eng land and has caused consternation in this industry Here is what an English paper says of it UNot satisfied with having des poiled Wales of itsformer exclusive market for tin plate in the United States through the operation of the protective tariff the American milts are now about to capture the domestic trade The importation of American tin bars has been quietly but steadily increasing until the manufacturing people of Mof janshire have begun to cribethes- ituation as serious What is said to be the heaviest importation on record arrived at Swanwa from the United States today It comprises 35001 tons Two other large con tigntnctits are due later this month ittd more iie expected before the end of the year Aimin the case of iron ind steel American tinplatet ia laid town pa British soil ata cheaper rice thuthat at which bonze uutrtiJ ifacturers ire able to offer U I Marcus Daly who died jri 1i w- York is another illustration of j I nthat ao Irishman Way become iUIc t t- fcI f- J I when given a chance By his I death the country loses an honest and enterprising citizen Born it i Ireland and coming to this country a poor boy by his integrity and zeal fortified by a Christian life and undeniable devotion to hil church he became one of the mos prominent and wealthy men of the United States His life work wit make interesting reading for futun generations The daily papers are now men tioning their favorites for office at the next city election but we fail to notice the names of any of bur many prominent IrishAmerica citizens Perhaps those papers are imbued with the idea that that influential class will forever be content to do the party work and allow others all the offices and glory It is about time that Irish men hold office as well as vote eithey the Republican or Demo cratic ticket Louisville sustained a serious loss in the death of Cot Willlau D Ray who was one of its most enterprising and publicspirite citizens In him the worthy poor had a charitable friend indeed He was well worthy of all the eulogy that was pronounced at his funeral Thursday BRILLIANT KeyerArrlghl Nuptials Sur pass Any Before Seen In Natchez The Natchez Democrat thus describes the KeyerArrighi wedding brief mention of which was made in these columns last week On Thursday evening at 531 oclock at St Marys Cathedral was solemnized the marriage of Miss Laura Arrighi and Mr Robert Arthur Keyer Rev Father Hayden officiated At the ap pointed hour the church was filled with a large and fashionable audience The altar scintillatedwith hundred of lights and bent their rays toward the couple for whom Gods choicest blessings are asked From the organ under the skillful touch of Miss Bessie OCavanagh came the most exquisite melodies as a prelude to the solemn service about to follow At the first notes of the wedding march the bridal party entered Tbe ushersMe8sr8 Rom1p StapleysPalteso 1 lrentdor matf and Dr Jeffries preceding In couples Following these came the brides maids two at a time walking alone and followed by the groomsmen iu pairs These attendants were Misses Ruth Stone Rose Gilleas Josle Chamberlain and Edna French Messrs Hughes and Don Arrighi John Jenkins and Charles Catrowas The bride with her maid of honor Miss Emma Harper were met at the altar by the groom and bis best man Mr J M Keyer of Louisville The bril liant lights the soft white gowns of the bride and maids and the graceful group ing at the foot of the altar made a tableau of unusual beauty The gowns of the bridesmaids were all of white organdy en train trimmed with plaited ruffles and the flowers carried were large white chrysanthemums The bride wore an elegant gown of white satin with Dachess lace and lilies of the valley as garniture She carried a shower boquet of white car nations and lilies of the valley the latter tied in bunches and suspended by narrow ribbons giving an added touch of grace to a most finished toilet The wail of illusion was held in place by a spray of lilies of the valley and fell to the bottom of the dress enhancing the charms of as lovely a bride as had ever entered the sacred portals After the ceremony was over n large and brilliant reception was held at the home of the bride which for the nonce had been converted into a floral bower All the lower part of the house was thrown open and most artist cally trailing branches of wild smilax completely covered the walls in all the rooms In the front drawingroom the bridal party stood before a curtain formed of delicate wreaths of green A large bunch of white chrysanthemums tied by white streamers fell from the center A background of ferns and softly shaded lights threw into effective relief the bridal party The curtains of green were tied backwith bunches of white chrysanthe mums and ribbons Quantities of the latterwere found in every available place The second drawingroom wu treated ia a similar manner except yellow was used as the prevailing color The hall was Festooned with ropes of coral vine with Its bright flow ra The staircase WM wreathed with green and studded with scarlet gloria and red rote In the din iing room greenand white was spin con spicuous cakes and ices corresponding in color White chrysanthemums and white violet adorned the table Mr Prank Arrighi the genial1 Lost awisted by his laughter Mite Ruth Arrighi and Mrs J W Kennedy and her hwiband diapeiued the hospitalities of the evening in a mot harming manner Heartahaped bone fed with white satin ribbon wire jinn- 0tlte bridcMMida and the alrhaeI- ebb and thimble were drawn therefrom ty Mir Ruth 8ton who Coaildiiai hen be thimble lire Gilles ww rewarded ty the arc In her box bygetllagtbe ebhiieIl and handsome tn aeyouDgjtvortu eince her debut la society sad i- T r ii hat many warm Mend who were glad to see her united tothelman of her choice Mr Keyer since his My in our midst has by his uniform couyioty and integrity made for himself a hwitof friends Mr and Mrs Keyer lest He Mtae evening for an extended bridal twirlin the East SOCIETY Miss Margaret Turpenleft Tuesday for Missouri where she will spend the winter with friends s The next literary meeting of the Aquinas Uuion will be held on Monday December 17 Mr and Mrs George Forman are spending a few days In Bardstown the guests of Mrs Ben Johnson The Hon Frank Burke of Indianapo lis arrived in Jeffersbnville last Monday upon a visit to his mother Mrs James Burke Miss Edith Fitzgerald left Thursday evening for Memphis where she will visit Mrs Thomas e Crofford and other friends Miss Lucy Farrell was the hostess at a delightful card party tendered number of her friends at her home in Jefferson ville lust Tuesday Will Doolan Is now convalescing rapidly after a successful operation al Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and will be out in a few days We regret to announce the serious ill ness of Mrs Kate Higgins who is at the home of her daughter Mrs John J Flynn 1423 WestBroadway Andy Meagher says that Steve Reed ought to be wellacquainted in a West Oldhamstreet neighborhood ail he makes frequent trips in that direction Mrs Winn and daughter Miss Florence both prominent in Winchester so cial circles spent the past week in this city as guests of Mrs Willie Lee Howard 000 Fourth avenue John W Featherston the wellknown railroad engineer has gone to firming ham to accept a position on the Louis ville Nashville For several years be ran the cannon ball out of this city His numerous friends will be gratified over his appointment Will Riley one of Jeffersonvlllea most popular young men and formerly Presi dent of the Hibernians underwent a difficult but successful surgical operation at the Mercy Hospital and at last reports his condition was greatly improved His friends hope for his speedy recovery and presence among them again John J Shelley the popular traffic manager of the Kentucky Wagon Manu factoring Company a prominent in IdshAxredcaaficircles in this city has- returned froeiIt yIorapprings where he spent the paetiveekeattendance at the Western classification meeting representing the Northern Wagon Mauufactlng Association Robert McMichael and Miss Elizabeth Cahill one of Lexingtons most llovely young women were married Monday evening at the residence bf the Rev Father Barry itt that city and left for Washington and other Eastern points on their wedding trip Mr McMichael is a successful dry goods merchant and was elected a member of the Board of Alder men at the recent election The engagement of Miss Carolyn E Kampfmueller to Mr Charles Wesley Jones has just been announced Miss Kampfmueller Is the second daughter of Dr and Mrs E Kampfmueller and is a very handsome talented young artist Mr Jones is a member of the wellknown firm of Jones Bros vinegar works and Is a very popular young man The marriage will take place early in January August Weigel and Miss Frances Fleig will be united in marriage at the St Vincent de Paul church Wednesday evening November 28 After the cere mony a reception will be given at the home of the grooms sister Mrs George Hans Both are well known in East End German social circles and the ceremony will be witnessed by throngs of their friends The groom is a popular foreman in the galls City Woolen Mills The many friends of Fred Plamp and Susan P Catlett were most agreeably sur prised when the announcement was made that they had tees quietly united In wed lock last Monday morning by the Rev Bode Both are well known and popular In West End circle They have gone to housekeeping at Twentyeighth and Chestnut streets where many hue called to tender congratulations The groom Is associated with John Fahey at Seventh and Market street MALI BOARD CALL The next meeting of the Hibernian Hali Board takes place Tuesday evening Tovember 27 Jfrl Chairman John Mur pity we learn that the MMten will be a erybuiyoM Thee question of renew Dgtbel1 late upon the preeent quarters uuwt ooh be determinedi after which tbe board Nil fornHtlate IU plane and make theist kDOWtliothe dyWOM There le a givwig entiment anoag libernUn fiivcrtat the purchase ora MiiUtng for t1Msri This baa Wen he hope of ma fKMUocnttJutbe order Dc many yeaw ppat end Lad that eottNe bN puraued Mhos advocated by Dave ICbnucU the HRtaflkUna would sow IWI n l haw paM flr their own hoes NOM 4ii W Matt Bfeanaa tbtw Uknowa Seventh treet blaciumith meto to engage a maq cud wife who + lodnntand gardening totakei charge of a mall place about even miles frota tllledty This Ufa Boud cbaitce for aJp pppeit man out of t ptoynatt + tI ij c y1 f HAPPY UNION Miss Julia Quirk and Martin Finnegan Will Unite For Life Next Wednesday the marriage bells will ring for the happy nuptials of Miss Julia Quirk and Martin Finnegan The ceremony will take place at the Collie dral in the afternoon at 330 oclock Rev Iather Kallnher cousin of the groom tying the nuptial knot and doubtless will bewitnessed by a large throng of friends The brideelect will be attended by Miss Nora Finnegan and Martin Quirk will officiate as best man The bride is very popular in IrishAmerican social circles and by her charming manner and cheer ful disposition always brought sunshine and happiness wherever she went Mar tin Finnegan has long been a prominent member of the IrishAmerican Society and few young men have a larger circle of friends For many years past he has been a trusted employe of the Gas Com panyandenjoys the respect and confidence of his superiors After the cere rnony the happy couple will be tendered a reception at their new home G14 Washington street where they will go to house keeping at once Among those who will be present from a distance are Mr and Mrs McLaughlin of Madison and John and Miss Mary Quirk of Cincinnati the brother and sister of the bride Many congratulatory messages are now on their way from Ireland That their life may be one of continued bliss and prosperity is the wish of their hosts of friends and relatives here and elsewhere ST PATRICKS DAY Stops to Be Taken Tuesday Night For Its Cele bration Chairman Tom Keenan has issued a call for a special meeting next Tuesday night of the Jefferson County Board of Directors of the Ancient Order of fiber nians for the purpose of taking action relative to the annual observance of St Patricks day The indications are that the celebration will be the most elaborate that has taken place for many years Other matters will be discussed the most important being the recommendation of Hon John Ryan providing for a circular address setting forth to eligible Irish Americans the many benefits they will derive from membership in this truly patriotic organization RECENT DEATHS We regreat to announce the death of Miss Mary Davern the beloved daughter of Patrick and Catherine Davern which occurred at the family residence 022 Nineteenth street Thursday morning Her funeral will take place from St Patricks church tomorrow morning at 0 oclock Mr and Mrs David Crites have the heartfelt sympathy in the loss of their accomplished and loving seventeenyear old daughter Miss Jennie who passed away at the tamely residence 2404 Elliott avenue last Monday morning Her funeral took place from St Charles Bor romeo church Thursday morning the solemn requiem mass being largely at tended Tames Hyland aged thlrtytwo years died last Sunday morning at his home 2127 Griffiths avenue causing deep gloom among his many friends pnd relatives though be had been 111 for some time past and the end was not wholly un looked for Previous to his death he was with the FischerLeaf Company and was popular and well liked by all who knew him His funeral took place from St Cecilias church Tuesday morning and the interment was in St Louis cemetery The announcement of the unexpected death ofMrs Anne Grimes last Saturday morning who had been ill only a brief time came as a great shock to her numerous friends and acquaintances in the West End where she was held in very high esteem The deceased lady was the Widow of the late Patrick Grimes Both came to this city from Ireland many years ago and by their industry and hon esty acquired high standing in the com munity Though sixtythree years old she was still aprihtly generous and kindhearted and always ready togo to the assistance of those In distress Mrs Grimes was the mother of Pat Grimes the wellknown saloon keeper and the late Joe Grimes Her funeral occurred from St Patricks church Mondaymorn ing the solemn services being very largelyattended SERVICES REWARDED Philip Maguire one of Jeffersonvilles oldest and best known citizen who has been the flagman at the Pennsylvania railroad crowing at Spring street and Court avenue for many years will at the end of the year be retired on half pay in recognition of his long and faithful serv ice extending over a period ofthirtysix years during which he has lost less than six mouths time HIS MOTHER ILL Rev Father Conniff who but recentl- yreumedbsdntiaeepastor of the Church of Our Lady in Portland left Monday morning for the bedaide of his mother who WM reported dangerously ill at her tonie in Marine City Mich HMtwwiy riend hope hit preeenett mayresult in tic recovery SUCCBSSPUL OPBKATWN KiCoutwUuMm Jolla McBlHott has imost recovered frown the operation that beI under went two weeks ago at 9U fary and Elizabeth HoapiUl His hoit t Ment will be gUd to know that hb ihyaicianii 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Representatives of the Trades jKUnionsr of Louisville TUB Subscription Price IS ONLY 1PEItYEAlti 1 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 t liberal and honest publiatioDonethatmay be relief upon for its every word v SUBSCRIBE NO- WAdvertisers z z z z f l 4 f Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in t this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best classyof our citizens h 5 kfL r Addreii all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the i n KEKIUCKYK IRISHR AMERICAN- r M oinccTm J e MINE KING The Romantic Rise Prom Poverty of Thomas F Walsh How the Tipporary MIllvvrlgL- Struck It Rich In Colorado Splendid Housing of Ills Miners in WellAppointedHotel IHOW HE MET KING LEOPOLD Thomas F Walsh of Colorado has had thrust upon him a more glittering advertisement than any other American millionaire of his generation He is invited to become the partner of a king This has called attention to his career from poor boy to millionaire a marvel in a land of marvels Mr Walsh has been spoken of as the actual partner of King Leopold of Belgium This is a premature announcement He is far too canny a business man to enter into busi ness dealing with any man even a king without first making sure of his ground Thomas F Walsh is the newest of great millionaires As a man of might he is only three years old As a man of fame he dates only from the summer of this year when he went to Paris in the ornamental capacity of Commissioner at the Exposition and spent a heap of money wining and dining the people whom it is the proper thing for rich Americans to wine and dine Nobody knows how rich he is The estimates of his acquaintances range from 35000000 to 45000000 In Europe last summer he was reported to have refused an offer of 35000000 for the Camp Bird gold mine which yields him an income of 100000 a month His history resembles in a general way the histories of the fortyniners who made huge fortunes but it stands out with greater individuality because his luck came in 1897 Like most of the fortyniners he was of humble origin Like Mackay Fair and others he was born in Ireland They grow fine men in Tipperary where Thomas F Walsh was born Fine tall sinewy men good fighters good workers good lovers good haters Tipperary is famous for them Most of them have ruddy complexions and hair Thomas F Walsh represents the true Tipperary type and even today he has a fascinating trace of the Tipperary brogue But even from his appearance alone almost any Irishman would guess that he was aIlTip- In those early years in Ireland he worked as a millwright He came to America in the steerage After working at various occupations in the East for a few years he struck out for Colorado It was at the time of the Leadville boom Walsh established a hotel It paid big profit Better still it made Walsh beloved to the human flotsam andjetsam- of the frontier for it was not in his big Irish heart to refuse shelter and food to any man whether in luck or out of it In his spare time he studied mining arrived at some original theories on the subject and dreamed of a great fortune He made it a regular practice to grubstake prospecting parties in consideration of a share in the profits if any One such party in 1876 struck something rich in the Black Hills Walsh sold his share in the mine for 100000 and that was the foundation of his fortune Four years ago Mr Walsh came to the conclu sion that there were valuable deposits of gold and silver in the high regions around the Ouray district Old miners laughed at him but he staked out claims and set gangs of men at work The reward of his sagacity and pluck was the Camp Bird mine now one of the richest gold mines in the world It has yielded 3000000 in three years Walsh shrewdly bought up all the surrounding claims that he could and as a number of his earlier mines are now paying hand somely his income must be between 1500000 and 2000000 a year People in Colorado say that Mr Walsh handsomely earned the right to give Arabian Nights entertainments in Paris by first extending generous hospitality to his own employes For in addition to making Camp Bird the best equipped gold mine in the world be endowed it with the best equipped hotel that any mere mining settlement can boast and housed those who work forhim as miners are not accustomed to being house- dPayOhno This is notoHeof Walshs paying enterprise He loses money on it but it contents him that the men who dig his fortune out of the ground are happy and selfrespecting Long before hegrew rich twentypie years ago in fact WaUh married Mise Carrie Reed a South Wisconsin girl She although her early horizon was lim ited poattaied all the gifts that should belong to a rich mans wife This became apparent when forth sake of her health the family left the rarefied airof Colorado in favor of Waabingtou They lived in the former home of Mrs Annie Jeoaeei Miller the author and lecturer WhiCh Walsh purchased ITMch baa beet printed recently about Walshs 40040 dinner hk boating afternoon on the Seine when he converted a river ateambeat into a floating palace and his other boapiUlHiea More im portant than any othwx for the purposes of this article was hla dinner to Xing Leopold of Bdghim This waa In the banqueting hall of the Hotel Ritz whets beautydinnerI qrtitiaal is unnecessary to say any thifig except that they were the most friend that money could bay Of the Z ii 7- Im8H OClfRmRm1ORf I XIDIVISION 1 Meets on the Secotil add Fourth Tues day Evening ef Each Month President TbotMMjDolan Vice PresldentTij Sullivan Recording Secrery J4D Perranda Cusicktstreet Treasurer John Mullojr SergeantatArtufrJohn Killeen SentinelsTim Lyew DIVISioN 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William X Meehau Vice President Thomas Campfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First andThird Wednesday Evenings af Each Month President John Cavanaugh Vice President Michael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial Secretary James Coleman 117 Tventietbjj TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street ShaughnessyTreasurerHarry SergeantatArmsJerrv Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings President Dm Walsh Vice President John Winn FlynnFinancialTreasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEPPERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason KinneyRecording Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kenney- IRISIIAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Mouth FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording Secretary John J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne WTarpeySergeantJobn KenneySentinelTimothy music there is something interesting to tellThe Czars Russian band was in Paris Up tot that time only one private individual had been able to secure its serv ices and that was the Duchess Robaa a favorite of the Russian court But Thomas F Walsh wanted that baad for his dinner to the King of the Belgians and when others laughed at the idea of his procuring it he only shrugged his shoulders and tapped the pocket where he carried his checkbook And the band played Walsh and King Leopold had first met at Ostend where the Colorado man was touring France and Belgium in a special train of five palace cars The King dined with him on board the train They talked money His Majesty complained that be was making only 3 per cent on his investments and that the revenue was a mighty uncertain matter at that Why I draw 10 per cent said Walsh blithely and its a dead cer taintyiAfter that King Leopold took a special interest in Walsh and crossexamined him closely about mines and mining in AmericaWalsh is about six feet tall and weighs 195 pounds His full mustache is reddish although his hair is brown Illseyes are his most striking featured They arc blue and seem to pierce through and through a man When he is angry they probably blaze fiercely His hands are now soft but firm but in shaking hands with him you can feel a callous spot ot two which in somemen you would attribute to golf but which in Walsh probably date from early days when his hands earned his breadMr Walsh II he was askedis it true that King Leopold of Belgium has put several million dollars into your hands and told you to goakead and invest it as you choose and let him know what you had done when it was ill over Ob no replied Wal4r1Ithatis not true at all I have ho money of the Kings Is it true that you are a half partner in the Kings Congo taleNo Iam KtltaU partner In fact I am not a pariiwr iitallas yet I have an agreement eVSnidersUBdiHg with the King whereby jfJMH going to look into his mineral poimiloaa Will you go tot e Ol1goFr e State yourself f No I hardly think Itoatlleastsot right away I sfcaM aead one of the foryearsWhat will be pMr part in tie develop neat of the cOHtljV Why Ill be t WaJek and atQTbean spin IIb ohm Y think Ican ww rtk now It will aU depend 5 t You will btiJdbmMtml beyond a doubt wJJI you ristone way or another La 3JV roplleidIaThetally toraiitrf WalebsI4sal nam 1paIf yon the enter Irrb aeidplaie cornet the idrf Nh these clippings game abovriig JkHMfulpf clippings which had j5j tt r to him These seem tiinply tisM I Entertained for the purpose uf4 i NP =Ol tbowiflg off aa 2 1p IA it iA the little hays say Nothing was further from my thoughts Is it true that each of the dinners you gave with the musVc and flowers and all that sort of thing cost flOOO That is something Id a little rathe- not talk about he repliedUI vntsay this though whatever I did I tried to do I in the very best possible way If I had some artists to sing I had the very best ones to be procured If I offered my guests wine I wanted it to be the very best ana rarest wine that exists Illldn t do this as I said before from pride that is personal pride It was pride but pride of my country that induced me to do It How did you happen to meet the King of Belgium Oh I was introduced to him one day and then invited him with a member of his staff to dine with me We got to talking and I liked him and he liked me I guess He is a charming companion i How did it come about that he in vited you to visit him at Ostend Oh I dont know he just did We had a very pleasant quiet time It would astonish the world Jo know how many enterprises he is interested in as a individual You were asked were you not to in vest in the International Canal Com panyYes Walsh replied with a smile I was asked to invest in many things IIIs it true that you recently refused 35000000 for your Camp Bird mini IINo that is not so quickly None of my mines are for sale either in whole or part I like to own what I have my selfIs it true Mr Walsh that you worked as a prospector for some years Well hardly that I have never gone out entirely alone or on an entirely blind trail as most prospectors do When some one has told me of a claim which he thought was good I have gone out andI looked it over or when years ago I was convinced that thpre was gold or silver or copper in a region I used to take a trip there and look it over but Iuever wandered around the country without a definite prospective point How about that hotel for your em ployes at Camp Bird Do you find that it pays you Pays me I dont expect nor want it to pay me That isnt my object I built it and run it to make them more comfortable I believe every man has much more good in him than bad if you can only get it out of him and I always try to get at the good and help any man I I know Thats one reason I thinkwhy men work harder for me than they do for most men I have had my superintend ents and engineers and executive men for years and they all like me I think I- pay them large salaries perhaps but I think they like me for other reasons It makes me happy to think so at any rate I like to help other men if they are decent fellows I dont care for society particularly although we have been re ceived everywhere with the greatest cor diality I am perfectly happy as I am with my wife and children and busine- ssTHEATRICALS The MeffertEagle Stock Company will present The Corsican Brothers at the Temple as the offering for the coming week and a singular coincidence is that Robert Mantell who achieved his first great success in this play is to be at a rival theater in a different play Tho management of the Temple promises an unusually elaborate presentation The dramatization is that of Howard Hall whose Soldier of the Empire met with such distinct success at the Temple a few weeks since Robert Wayne will play the dual role of Louis de Frauchi and Fabian de Francbi The play has been condensed by oUr Hall and is not only bright and artistic but contains many striking situations Scenery has been painted especially for this production and effects indicated in the authors manuscript will be carried out to the letter making the piece one of the most complete presentations of the great play eyer seen here The New York Herald in commenting on the Dewey Burlesguers while appear ing at the Dewey Theater on Fourteenth street New York saiditA better show impossible This company will appear at the Buckingham next week with the original cast scenery and costumes that characterized its long run in the olisIn fact the same show in everyS detail The burlesque presented is unique satire entitled Davids Harem and it is claimed to be the most sumptu Otis affair ever seen on a burlesque stage A feature of the bill are the twenty girls who appear as Les Belles Zouaves as is also La FaFalla tI the queen of light and beauty Manager Shaw will present the patrons of the Avenve next week one of this seasons best attractions Robert Mantels in his new play A Free Lance which has met with favor wherever produced It is said that the handsome and histor- Ically correct scenery and costumes that always characterize his productions ar again noticeable The play is a romanti- drama with its scene laid in North Germany in the year 1450 It is described as strong and full of action and will give Mantell special opportunity for the display of his talents No doubt a large audience will greetI the Prifjciila Dramatic Club at Library Ball next Wednesday veJtingwhe AII Noble Outcast will be given a strong prewnUtton The members of the com pany have worked hard for the put month and will present a firat dase pro duction Between the acts there will be- several pleasing solos and specialties After the performance dancing will felI low in Prof 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ItHH4H4t OUILFOYLE SIMONSTA- ILORS AND IMPORTERS Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third and Fourth where we will be glad to see all ofour old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfaction GUI + roYtJ sIMosTAILORS AND IMPORTERS How Store No ago Vest lJorlcet Street ttt t t t It t It It t t It tt It+t+ It tt t It +I 3H dINININI1 HHIHII HtHSHNSNII1N1 ITII d1NIl HHI 1 1 MI FRANK EWYBRANT a H PHOTOGRflPHER NE1IGALLERY 652 FOURTH AYE oPJosrr i pOS rOFFIC Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds IitIIIHuIIuIIIulHtHHH11+1 +I+HH lH 1 HI FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED x fpfFaY r arit Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN f J n IIITJNDERTAKERSIII qN11NMMWNNMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN- NNNI2251Vcst Ill Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth TI3iIr13iIIo1TI3i 14o r rII All Galls Promptly Attended to Dny or Night Car rlngcs Furnished for AJl Occasions t 1 1tlE 1 L 1II f li 111 MilI000lli MollilifiGiltiGoi 1 DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND r flonumentsArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET JL1LII i1 ltd I1 II IIEi lt 1 ilnMiilnniMli M nlnMlnMenreeeenawtrrt raD 1M MMl MMh M M aM 41i 1 BM Ah ar l rr PARADISErr r- Ij SAMPLE ROOM ra r r Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 5 rr M Ja MICKEY PROPRIETORrJ Telephone 394 248 West Jefferson Street i- al a re larrw rrwlaiw rrre arr r rrrert+ r ararrr rA 1rwtaat aaltttgaeKAieerataetd NAND Educates Young People fee BunUi Geod gmyloym int and Stmm iX GALL iM YlfltTI P04 FVU MNWATION lilt MM tXx o usness College nfJ Pt IRELAND l Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dublin Nationalists are arranging for an appropriate testimonial to T D Sulli van on his retirement from Parliament in recognition of his literary and politi cal services Tim Harrington who for fifteen years has represented the Harbor division of Dublin in Parliament was the recipient of a handsome testimonial from his sup porters recently The Brcemount stud of thorough bred and half bred horses were disposed of at the residence of the late James OConnell Murphy near Trim There was a large attendance and great interest was taken in the sale An army pensioner named Robert Courtenay aged sixtyeight years at tempted to commit suicide by cutting his throat at his residence at Glynn near Larne and is now under the care of the Ltrne Union Hospital By the will of the late Maria Louisa Hanagan of Bray 5000 has been be queathed to the Hospital for the Dying at Harolds Cross 2500 to St Michaels Hospital Kingstown and a like sum to St Josephs Orphanage Kingstown A Derry telegram states that Edward Gillespie a wardsman in the imbecile ward of Carndonagh workhouse was ar rested on a charge of murdering his wife Patrick OGrady an inmate of the ward was also arrested The prisoners have been remanded- At the Clorimel Quarter Sessions before County Court Judge Moore James Foley evicted tenant of Clonmel sued William Slattery to recover 2500 for slander The slander consisted of as alleged the defendant calling Foley a schemer a swindler and a robber His honor ad journed the case to the next sessions The death of Joseph Mulloy Farney Castle caused much sorrow among his many acquaintances His funeral was one of the largest lately seen at the Thurles Cathedral For years he been a Justice of the Peace The Pettyii Sessions and Town Court adjourned as a mark of respect to the deceased gentle manThe Ulster Echo says that the address to Horace Plunkett has been extensively signed in the union of Downpatrick by Magistrates County and District Coun cillors professional gentlemen mer chants and farmers and was forwarded to the committee in Dublin It is stated that in the probable event of Dr Rentoul M P for East Down getting an ap pointment at an early date Plunkett will be asked to stand for the constituency A few days ago the solmn ceremony of profession of a nun took place at Ardee The young lady who made her vows and became a professed Sister of Mercy was bliss Katie McMahonj fourth daughter of r youngnmisTheresa The ceremonies which were carriedout with great solemnity were conducted by the Very Rev Canon Rogers representing his Eminence Car dinal Logue We regret to learn that Mrs Egan wife of the Dublin City Sword Bearer met with a serious accident She was knocked down in OConnell street by a van belonging to the Freemans Journal Company while another van which came immediately after and which belongs to the same proprietors passed over her body Mrs Egan was at once taken to Jervis street hospital where she is de tained a patient She is suffering from injuries to the leg and spine Early Wednesday morning two weeks ago the body of a young woman named Smith a dressmaker was found in the millrace adjacent to Hilden near Belfast Deceased who belonged to Drumbo was in lodgings at Low road It seems she rose at 5 oclock that morning and left the house presumably to go home Where her body was found would indicate that she had taken a short route and it is be lieved that she must have accidentally missed her footing at some steps and stumbled into the race A very sad accident occurred at Dally nadrentagh The eldest son of William Porter Assistant County Surveyor together with B cousin was out fowling when the gun was accidentally dis charged the contents lodging in young Porters body It seems that the young man went through a hedge to get a bird which his cousin had shot and seeing another bird he called on him to hand him the gun His cousin then reached him the gun through the hedge when it went off He was carried immediately to his residence and a doctor was sent for but there was no hope and he succumbed in about an hour The remains of W P Flatley of Clare morris were interred in the family burial ground at Kilcolmau on Friday last and were followed to the grave by a large and sorrowing multitude of the leading peo pie of the locality The deceased was well known as an ardent and honest Nationalist and took a prominent part in the late contest in South Mayo on behalf of Major McBride notwithstanding the pressure brought to bear by those who were opposed to him His coffin was covered with beautiful wreaths from The Young Men of Mob Hill Miss Nally Mrs Ryan Miss Hill and his friends in Church street but that which attracted most attention was the beauti ful wreath sent by his colleague and supporters in the McBride election That the memory of the zealous tal eaten and genial young priest the late Rev Mark Doyle is held in the highest reverence by the Catholics of Athy par Mii among whom he ministered for the four last years of life has just been sub Untially evidenced by the beautiful awl becoming littU tnoanment which they have had erected over his grave iu 84 Mjcnacls cemetery Athy No death I which has occurred in Athy within living memory has canned as much general so r lpStair OveeEUI Woolen Hills Store One Door West ol the Biff Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 9 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A RRORINGG1Dt D sS PROPRIETOR TEMPLE THEATER MeffertEagle Stock Company =IN The Corsican Brothers 4 Matinees Monday Wednesday Thurs day and Saturday Matinees at 215 Night Performances at815Popular Prices lOc 15c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY MATINSSNOV 18 i Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday Dewey Theater Extravaganza Presenting Davids Harem the most sumptuous burlesque ever seen in a vau deville house Twenty pretty chorus girls and the most artistic sensation la queen of light and beauty ROOM FOR RENT A large room suitable for club or sew ing purposes well lighted and ventil ated at 529 Fifth street row as liii finil that that sorrow was neither Jiolloyv nor ephemeral will scarcely be questioned by any one who now visits his grave The monument is designed in the decorated style of Gothic architecture The upper part takes the form of a cusped arch with carved crocketed gable which is supported by two columns with foliated carved capi tals and molded bases and bands the shafts being of polished Aberdeen granite Between these columns is a molded pan neled die on which is the inscription Over this is a massive cornice forming a continuation of the capitals and above this and terminating the large molding- of the gables are two beautifully sculptured angels with extended wings The antependium of the arch is deeply sunk and filled in with a sculptured representation of the chalice and stole resting on the missal and supported by a carved angel bracket The bottom base of monument and the curbing around theII grave are of limestone the remainder of the work except the shafts already de scribed is in best white Sicilian marble A massive Gothic cross surmounts the monument PRESENTATION Gus Kane Happily Remem bered by His Young Friends Gus Kane the wen known Elk was the recipient of a handsome testimonial from his nieces and nephews last Tues day evening TUeJittle folks were aware that day was the anniversary of the popII J ular Irishmans birth and they accordingly arranged fora euchre party at his home that evening inviting him to be present to assist them in receiving their numerous guests The Kane residence at 2810 Virginia avenue was specially decorated for the occasion and the games were interesting throughout though the Ii youngsters eagerly awaited what was to them the most pleasing part of the affair I Misses Stella Thixton and Master Willie- McDonald were declared the prize win tiers after which the entire company i was seated to an elegant and bounteous supper prepared br Mrs Gus Kane and Mrs Capt George In the midst of McBrideII Sam Mornings r areee and a fewI brief but happy weeds reminded those I present of the fact ttialthey were assem bled to celebrate ttMtvanniveraary of Gus Kanes birth ttUoMffc which one he did not state and it we ids pleasant duty to present him with ai tokeu of the love and affection in wWak lie was hekib his little te1ativeatoken was a val I thehand1IOmetItWOCllfll 1 a feeling reapoow tad the succeeding hour was devoted to jjratulatiou and I general good agtjX5B occasion WM Iindeed a joyful opp ttlf present j Mar has beetavi in a frozen state for thirty yMga4 jawed perfect y eatable lit the end dme rHIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Divisions 2 and 3 meet next week Division 4 received four more applica tions Wednesday evening Divisions of the order are now being organized throughout Mexico The Hibernian Fife and Drum Corps Band of St Paul is reported improving rapidlyTwentytwo candidates were initiated at the last meeting of Division 14 of Elm wood R I The years receipts at the recent fair given by Division 3 in Providence aggre gated over 1100 Division Presidents should not forget the meeting of the County Board of Directors Tuesday night Edward Costellos friends were pleased that his arm was so much improved that he could dispense with splints Many here would like to hear more frequently from New Albany Secretary OHara might send news occasionally Presidents John Cavanaugh and Will Meeban would like to see many visitors at their respective divisions next week Division 1 of Syracuse held a social session election night and received the returns from an instrument installed in their rooms County President Keenan will submit some important suggestions at the meet ing of the County Board of Directors next Tuesday night The annual ball of the Ladies Auxil iary of Anaconda Mont will take place this year on Thanksgiving eve and a fine affair is anticipated- A card party and refreshments were features of the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 3 of Minneapolis last Tuesday evening The national officers will soon turn attention to the Northwestern States a field which will doubtless prove productive of gratifying results LafayetteiInd to accept a position that will giv him steady employment Providence Hibernians are taking great interest in the Thanksgiving ball and fair of the Hibernian Knights AH the ar rangements were completed last Sunday The members of Division 1 and alll local Hibernians should attend the meet ing to be held November 27 upon which occasion lion John Ryan will deliver the oration The Ladies Auxiliary of Rochester Minn know how to give a Halloween party and make every feature a success They are receiving great credit for their entertainmentGeorge the well known grocer at Eleventh and Dumesnil streets was initiated into Division 4 Tuesday night The hearty greeting accorded him was clear evidence of his popularity with the membersElmo Martin Martin Grogan and Mal Shaughnessy have been elected members of Division 4 These young men should prove a valuable acquisition to the ranks of Hibernianism as they are well known respected and capable of efficient work The sick list of Division 4 is now larger than at any time during the past year Among those who are ill are James lIar ris Pat Fitzpatrick Jerry OKeefe and James Mclnerney who has almost recov sevensweeks ago- County President Keenan speaking for the Hibernians Tuesday evening said that riot one young man who had ever joined Division 1 was known to wrong any one or be chargedwith a dishonor able deed Fathers and mothers might well urge their sons to join such a grand organizationNEW PAROCHIAL HALL At a meeting of the gentlemen of St Louis Bertrands congregation last Mon day evening presided over by Very Rev J D Fowler plans were submitted by Architect C A Curtin for the building of a 10000 hall in the lot adjoining the school building The hall will be 100 feet in length end fortythree feet ini width with a large stage dressing rooms boxes etc and a seating capacity of 800 It is arranged to open it with a bazar iin the early spring and the money realized in this way will be used to pay off the debt of the building A building fund willalso be created by subscription 300 being raised in this way last Monday night PADUCAH MARRIAGE One of this seasons most notable wed dings in Paducah was hint solemnized last Wednesday at St Francis de Sates church when Miss Ella Nance and William Cash were united by Rev Father Jansen The lovely bride is the daughter of John Nance of the Bieder man Grocery Company and has been recognized as one of the most attractive and charming young ladies in that part of the State The groom is a wealthy FarmInumber of friends of the parties many being present from a distance PRESIDENT HERRMANN The annual meeting of the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners occurred JosephyHerrmann Was reelected for aaotber year Basil Doerhoefer was chosen Vice President Both are men who thoroughly understand the business and commercial interests of Louisville and have few equals outside the board Booker Reed will succeed Charles T Ballard M a niembwybavlngJ been electedl President of the c Board of Aldermen It Is understood hare will be no changes among athe Sinking Fund employe u all have gives ifctkl ctary service JOHN D CASTMIMAN ARTHUR G LANGIIAM BRUCKINRIDGK CASTI MAN Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COlIPANY IN TilE WORLD BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department KYOOLUMBIAa111N1IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIN11I1iilllf IIl111lIINtIII11ffl1111Ifl1flNlIG IRAFFOS I u uuuuuu I Nothing sold but eII I guaranteed goods Absolutely the Best Furniture iand Carpets in Louisville- A 1 store where quality is of first considerationa =place where you are treated right and money back =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con M 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 tu- u u uu uuuuuuuuuuuu u 321 WEST STREET I =North Side 1 1THIRD AND FOURTH 1 M 23 tULU1LUUU1UtiLLUIULULULUZLALLULLILULUUlLU1ULULULUUIg lOran I W Smiths Sons II- II Funeral Directors iD- I iR EmbalmerseI I IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embal nerii = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice = MOVED TO ITELEPHONEII- I I IIII IIIII II III III IIIIII CENTRAL COAL IRON COa INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 1 157 and 2324 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMANB- I2U I1LGc COMPANYINO- ORPOR1fT D TELEPHONE 462 LOiTI6VILLIC KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET MARKET S2- BFTWEEN LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 428 AND 430 I EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KYsnn SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE InanBIfEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky A PJluntt Jt AgentCt 1IoiVIi 0- o r