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II KENTUCKY JRIi AMER1C9yJ i I VOLUME VNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY N gVEMBER 24 1900 PRICK FIVE CENTS DEDICATED Magnificent Temple of Worship With Imposing Catholic Ceremonies The Now St Boniface Church Blessed Sunday by Bishop McCloskoy 4 Bishop Richter and Nearly One Hundred Clergymen Assisted THOUSANDS ATTEND THE SERVICES The most important church service held in Kentucky for many years was the blessing and dedication last Sunday by Right Rev Bishop McCloskey of the Diocese of Louisville and Right Rev Bishop Richter of Grand Rapids assisted by nearly one hundred priests of the beautiful new St Boniface German Cath olic church on East Green street The impressive services which lasted nearly all day attracted hundreds from all parts of the city and the throng that witnessed them was perhaps the largest ever seen here upon a similar occasion The imposing ceremonies commenced promptly at 10 oclock and the pros gramme published last week was car ried out in every detail Bishops Mc Closkey and Richter andaltlong line of clergymen arrayed in their vestments first formed in procession in front of the edifice They then marched around the church the Bishop of Louisville sprink ling holy water and all reciting prayers as the procession proceeded After the blessing of the walls the celebrants en tered the church where the same cere monies were again gone through with While these services were being per formed the crowd on the outside had been constantly increasing and when the doors were thrown open every seat and foot of available space was immediately taken not less than 3000 persons being present The interior presented an in spiring sight the altars and church being illuminated bpyriads of brilliant fgbtsfewpresent verhaviSgseeni i anything before of such magnificent grand eurSolemn Pontifical mass followed Bishop Richter being the celebrant assisted by Monsignor Bouchct Father Leo Father Ohle Father Berresheim and Father Jenim with Father Schuhmann as master of ceremonies and Monsignor abler and Father Westerman as deacons of honor The visiting clergy sat within the sanctuary during the mass which was accompanied by an elaborate musical programme the choir of seventytwo voices rendering Gounods St Cecilia Miss Herman of Cincinnati singing the principal solos The dedicatory sermon was delivered in German by Rev Father Weibersinki who at cue time was rector of St Boniface anti included an interest ing history of the church since its founda tion sixtytwo years ago When the mass was concluded the Bishops and clergy were entertained at dinner by the Fran ciscan fathers in the monastery adjoining the church Again at the vespers service the church was crowded to overflowing The Roman Knights of this city New Albany and Jeffersonville eight companies in all and presenting a splendid military appear ance with other German Catholic societies and a band of music paraded the streets and then attended the services at the conclusion of which theliTe Deum was sung The elaborate exercises were brought to a close at night with a grand thanksgiving service and eloquent sermon by Rev Father Raphael who took for his textIILet Us Give Thanks to God fol lowed by benediction of the blessed sacra mentRev rather Paul All the rector re ceived hundreds of congratulations upon the completion of his great undertaking and the excellent manner in which the difficult programme had been carried out nothing havingbeen omitted that would add to tl8ieiemnity or splendor of the auspicioaeoccasion The church spire rises to a great heighth and its large gold cross is visible in most parts of the city The Imposing structure was erected under the direction of Architects D X Murphy Bro who are gratified that the edifice pronounced the finest Catholic church in Kentucky The gifts from the members of the congregation that add greatly to the beauty of the interior are numerous but many others will soon be added Before long Father Alf expects to have the debts paid off and then the church wilt be dedit cated with still more imposing cue ponies The congregation includes many wealthy and influential German citizens who will ably assist the zealous pastor in his most noble and holy work which k looked upon with pride by the people of ioulsvilleANOTtIPtt CONTEST Joe Treager the wellknown railroad r molder and Edward Stewart eofred- engagedlu a fiveround contest Saturday night the bout being paUad off in Bill McGratbs barn Charley Hodapp pec ended Joe while John Riley warp behind the colored rasa and Bonnie Broofcs offi tinted M referee Traeger wads A good showing in the first round but because I of overconfidence was unexpectedly put out in the second Only a limited num ber were admitted to the contest among them Ben Monsch Alex Hodapp Matt Glenn and Billy Lang Joe feels sore over his defeat but has challenged Stewart to meet lulu again before the club offering the largest purs- eADJOURNEDS Third Annual Conforence of the Diocesan Euchar Istlc League The third annual conference of the Eucharistic League of the Diocese of Louisville opened with solemn high mass Thursday morning at St Martins church about forty priests being present Rev Father Wagner was the celebrant of the mass assisted by Father Raffo as deacon and Father RotheUt as subdearon The musical programme rendered was of un usual solemnity and beauty the regular choir being largely augmented by ther sweet boy voices of the choristers of St Martins school Upon the conclusion of the mass the clergymen proceeded to St Martins school hall where the conference was formally opened by Father Louis Dep pen Diocesan Director of the League Father Deppeus remarks were very pleasing and included the annual report of the Leagues condition The next business was the election of a secretary Father Hill being chosen rafter which interesting papers were read the first being that of Rev Thomas Jenkins of New Hope who dwelt upon the coming national conference to be held in St Louis Other interesting papers were read on topics of importance by prominent clergy men as follows The Spirit of the Priests Eucharistic League Rev William P Hogarty of New Haven St John the Evangelist Patron of the League Very Rev Lawrence flax of St Johns church The Priest and His Eucharistic Mas ter Rev A Reinhart of Hodgenville The members also discussed the fore going and other topics relating to the League and its work Following the adjournment the local and visiting priests were entertained at dinner after which there was a final sermon at St Martins and solemn benediction of the blessed beingassistl mann Among the distinguished members of the League who took active part were Monsiguors Zabler and Wagner Rev Fathers Deppen Alf Bax Westerman Fowler Ho artyWard Fennessy Gause pohl Bachmann Connolly Melody Raffo Rotheut Kelleher Niesen Brady Hill Thome Jelling Peiper Berres heimWise and Asse- ntFEDERATION DIRECTORY Names of Members Will Be Made Known Next Week The regular monthly meeting of the Louisville Catholic Union takes place next Wednesday evening at the Hall of the Aquinas Union on Sixth street be tween Oak and St Catherine As this will be the first session held in that part of the city the delegates from the various Catholic societies should endeavor to be presentHon Edward J McDermott President of the Union will then announce the names of the gentlemen who will here after constitute the Board of Directors and other matters of importance will probably be submitted for action The session promises to be an unusually in teresting one and will be witnessed by large numbers of the members of the Aquinas Union who we are informed are arranging an agreeable surprise for the delegates ALL TURN OUT- Sintorestcrowinginthe Robert Emmet Anniversary Celebration The Executive Committee laving in charge the IrishAmerican celebration of the anniversary of Robert Emmet have done good work during the first two weeks Having secured Library Hall for the evening of March 4 they are now arranging an elaborate programme which many predict Wilt surpass any thing heretofore undertaken The next meeting of the society occurs December 6 when rtswUl be made and tickets distributed among the members Otherbuelnewof importance will be transacted including the mitts tion of a large number of candidates and all who can are earnestly urged to be present ALUMNi1UCHR- EElaborateprepserratiowhave been made for Meuclrep81rtJt to be given Tuesday afternoon and evening at Muaic Hall under the patronage of the Young Ladies Alumni Society of the Courant of the Sisters of Mercy The affair will doubt less prate out of the inajoa greatest social nccease Thatevening tkenanwj of the winner of Jbe trap and hoar do noted by the Ifearn Maloney for the Sisters baser and other prise will beI tiKnanced J CIVIC HONOR Freedom of tlio City of Dublin Granted Only Eighteen Persons Among the Number Aro Gen Grant andHon Pat Collins Cardinal Moran William Glad stono and John Morloy Also Honored LAST CONSERVATIVE LORD MAYOR The lively scenes which took place at the corporation meeting yesterday when the Lord Mayor ruled out of order Clancys motion to confer the freedom of the city on President Kruger revives public interest in the roll of honorary burgesses of Dublin and the personnel of those whose names are inscribed on it says the Dublin Independent Among the muniments of the corpora tion are rolls of free citizens dating back to the twelfth century By the muncipal reform act 1840 which made provision for the enrollment of persons entitled thereto in respect of birth servitude or marriage itwas prescribed that no person should be admitted by gift or purchase In 1876 a bill to extend the privileges of muncipal corporations in Ireland was introduced in the House of Commons by Isaac Butt and Maurice Brooks It received the royal assent on August 15 1876 and the act renders it lawful for the Council of any borough in Ireland to elect and admit persons to be honorary burgesses of the borough The roll of the honorary freedom of the city of Dublin as initiated after the limitedbutThe first name inscribed on the roll is that of Isaac Butt to whom as the intro ducer of the bill the inception of the list was due He received the freedom of the city on September 4 1876 The next who was selected for the honorary freedom of the city was Glad topeotJJdllthcgrl ldinnanerecetvwl- the compliment on November 11877 during his visit to Dublin The third name added on December 30 1878 was that of Gen Ulysses Grant the famous President of the United States who as everybody knows was of Irish descent Copt E Potter of the relief ship Constellation United States navy was the next recipient of the free dom in recognition of American assistance for the relief of Irish distress and his name was inscribed on the rolls on April 261880- Charles Stewart Parnell next received the civil freedom but a memorable inci dent marked the first effort of the corpo ration to honor the great Irish leader in this way Sir George Moyers who was then Lord Mayor of Dublin defeated by his casting vote the motion to confer the freedom of the city on Parnell in 1881 On the very third day of the following year the motion was carried by an enor mous majority Sir George Moyers as a result of his action in first defeating the proposal was the last Conservative Lord Mayor of Dublin the toleration of the Nationalists having been too sorely requited by his attitude to continue their former practice of alternately electing to the Mayoral chair one from the party which was opposed to them in politics On the same occasion when the corpora tion carried the point in conferring the freedom on Parnell January 3 1882 a similar honor was bestowed on John DillonAugust 10 1885 the freedom of the city was conferred on Kevin Izod ODoh eity the 48 man who suffered transpor tation who married lEva of the Nation and who represented Longford inParliamentJuly the Hon Patrick A Collins Senator of the United States President of the Irish National League of America and lately United States Minister in London was given the freedom of Dublin On the same date William OBrien was presented with the freedom of the municipality On December 10 1887 T D Sullivan was added to the roll of Dublin freemen for his services to the national cause while on the 28th of the same month Thomas Sexton received the same honor In recognition of his work in connection with the passing of the Dublin corporation stock acts January 16 1888 the Marquis of Ripon and the Right Hon John Morley on visiting Ireland were honored with the freedom of Dublin in recognition of their support of Gladstone in his home rule proposals On October 1 of the same year his Eminence Cardinal Moran Archbishop of Sydney formerly one of the Irish Episcopate as Bishop of Ossory received the civic freedom on hivJait to his native laud- September 19 J889 Lady Sandhurst who was an active supporter of the Irish home rule movement received the freedom of the city and oa the same date the Right Hon James SUnsfeldY M Pr was siniilary honoredas an advocate of Irelands right to selfgovernment Jfo further name WM idded tb the list until June 30 1892 when advantage was taken oC the celebration of the tercentenary of trinity College to confer the highest boast tat UM corporation can beetowoc an outsider upon the Rev Geofie Salmon the Provost The Right jH5 Stuart Knill afterwards Sir StyKnill Lord Mayor of London wwas a Catholic f was given the fre l n of the city on coming over to DubliMjlH state to take part in the jnauguratiof Lord Mayor Shanks on January2 1893 This comprises the whole t as it stands FRANK GREEN The Popular Temple heater Treasurer Will Priwenti a New Farce tThe Louisville theatergoing bllc that witnessed the production of larNonsence LaUllat the Auditorium ialjfMay will be delighted with the announcement that t Frank A Green will during fue coming summer present an entire new and original farce entitled ThejjBirt Waist Man of which he is theetauthor and many who have examined the nusclipt predict for it a tremendous hi with press and public Frank Green has been identified with the local theaters for aboute even years and during that time bas become a favor ite with the generalpubllcjpefore com ing to the Temple Theater of which he has been the efficient Treasurer since its opening by the Meffert Stocict Company four years ago he had chaiBs of the box office of the Grand Opera Ise then under the management ofj jMSK8 Camp Besides being the writer WfiSaya he is knownis an actoeofceosai J riMjability having been cast for mat Y41jffic W arts among them Wallace Greyin Northern Lights filling all with satisfaction and has also had experience in nearly every department of the theatrical profession The Shirt Waist Man and tIn Nonsense Landwill be seen under his management in Cincinnati Indianapolis Lexington and other cities during the coming season and the young mans Louisville friends look forward with pleasure to his becoming prominent in the theatrical worl- dSPORTY ITEMS Monday night the warmest glove con test of the season will be pulled off by the West End Athletic Club the princi pals being Kid Phillips and June Som mers two wellknown locall colored fighters who aspire to become prominent in the roped arena They are matched for a twentyround bout and as every thing done by this club is on the level those who attend will get a run for their moneyThe Riverview Athletic Club recently organized in the East End having its clubhouse at Campbell and Fulton streets has decided to give social as well as athletic entertainments during the win ter months for which invitations are now being issued John Gilbert has been elected President Edward Torbett being the Secretary and John Yenner the Treas urerThe Southern Athletic Club organized this week and claiming good backing announces three matches for next month between star fighters Let the public know who the officers are The people have been so often buncoed by clubs with good backing but no officers that this will be necessary to regain confi dence in the sport Hans Wagner the champion batter of the League met with an accident last Sunday which came close to ending his base ball career While pawing through a thicket he came in contact with a branch and a thorn was tkrust into his right eye The injury though painful was not serious Corbett declares if there Is any possible way he will force Jeffries to fight him He agrees to offer the champion 10000 time minute he appears in the ring Jim has been Riving Chicagoans quite an amount of hot air recently There seems no possible chance for Louisville in the base ball world despite the occasional rumors that she will be In eluded in one of the leagues Tommy Hogan may soon appear here Isis manager declare him willing to meet either Dave Sullivan Kd Broad or Terry McGovern Mysterious l1lySmltlttthe victim of the Nonpariel Club baa gone to Wheel ing where he meets Mike Donovan next Tuesday night MISSION The Paasionitt lathers wilt ep n a mission tS Johns ottsarh tomorrow at the high mass they an eloquent preachers Jd will attract Urn crawda- aenriceaThe ore anoonncca to to place at tile usual w ekdajr beam MteJt wndwg sad evening IRISH PARTY Will Determine time Duration of Pnrlinmont8 Session FirstI Cowardice of Two Aristocratic Regiments Again Attracts Attention Maude Gonno Heads Delegation- of Girls to Meet Paul Kruger PROFESSOR THOMAS ARNOLD DEAD The duration of the first session of the new Parliament depends mainly upon the action of the Irish party A further split seems already threatened Timothy lIarrin ton who brought about the re cent reunion of the Parnellites and anti Parnellites now unaccountably appears as the champion of Healy factionism denying the right of the party to exclude Healy but the universal feeling of the country as expressed through the trio umphant United Irish League is that if Healy is admitted to the party no money will be forthcoming for its support Owing to the unexpected summoning of Parliament for December 3 the national convention of the United Irish League for December 4 has been upset and it is expected now that it will assemble one week before Parliament opens to formu late an active policy for the party from the outset and give the mandate for the expulsion of Healy who probably will carry four men with him A map showing the present area of dis turbance in the Transvaal and the Orange Free State published in the Westminster Gazette is causing a painful disillusion ment respecting the effectiveness of the conquest claimed for Lord Roberts with his 200000 men The map shows that since October 1 the British forces have been attacked with more or less serious loss in every dis trict throughout both the States in addi tion to several places in the old British colonies As iliustrating the extent ofiheBoer resources as u ell as the universality of the determination to fight to the last the map occasioned profound amazement and alarm here It accounts for Lord Roberts orders that no further troops leave South Africa and places in a very dubious light his assurances that the war is over The burden of all letters now coming from the scene of operations is that the only way to terminate the war is by giv ing a free hand to Lord Kitchener to exterminate the Boers The notion of a Boer acceptance of subjection has been abandoned by every one on the spot Earl Rosslyns abject apology under the strongest social pressure directed by the Prince of Wales himself for hinting that the Tenth Hussars and the Life Guards ran away at Koornspruit has not disposed of one of the ugliest incidents of the war The Prince is honorary Colonel of both regiments The efforts of the military authorities to ignore the conduct of the two regiments is attributed to the fact of their being officered exclusively by men high in social influence and the favoritism thus shown is exciting the greatest bit terness in the other corps According to the best authenticated ac counts when the force was ambushed an order was given to gallop so that the guns which they were escorting should escape from the narrow defile Once outside the defile the order was given to form up but the escort galloped off as fast as the horses could carry themleaying the guns four of which were captured by the Boers This was the affair in which the Duke of Teck the Duchess of Yorks brother was concerned No official account or explanation of the disaster was ever made public and no inquiry was ever made by Lord Roberts respecting the circumstances under which the guns were lost Maude Gonne heads a delegation of Irish girls who are going to Marseilles to pay tribute to Paul Kruger Asked whether she would deliver an address Miss Gonne said- I shall simply say that the Britishers crime against the Boer race is the same he has committed against the Irish race When the hour for rebellion cozies our nations will rise together- ltrrsIHump1ry Wards father Thomas Arnold a professor at the Royal Uni versity Ireland has just died aged seventyseven years He was the second son of the famous headmaster of Rugby and a younger brother of Matthew ArnoldHe became a Catholic with Cardinal Newman who appointed him Professor of the Dublin Catholic University but subsequently he returned to the Pro teUnt faith and held an Oxford Pro fessorship for twenty years In 1877 he again camea Catholic in which faith he died He WM universally beloved for his gentle nature and wide culture Krr Humphry Ward was his eldest child TRINITY COUNCIL Thanksgiving ere tits MMtmbn of Trluit1coacidlwitieu 1I their friends with tii etlei and daoot at the dab beess os Beet oTI1 c council enjoys an excellent reputation for hospitality which the young gentle men having this affair in charge will not let suffer During the evening refresh ments will be served The prizes will be worth contesting for and the attendance will include the prominent young Catho lics of the East En- dWILLIAM EDWARDS I InternatlonalBrlcklayersUnion President During the past ten years many efforts have been made here for the organization of a local union of bricklayers affiliated with the International Union of that trade which for various reasons were unsuccessful until last Saturday night For some time past Business Agent Charles Dietz of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners has been giv ing special time and work along this line for the purpose strengthening the local Building Trades Council Having securedl more thai the required number for an international charter a meeting was called Saturday night at Becks Hall when the new union was formally insti tuted by Nicholas Dugan of Indianapo lis State Organizer for Indiana William Edwards was elected President and Chas Sellchosen Secretary The new union starts off very encouragingly and large additions are expected to the membership before spring as many bricklayers who do not belong to any union and others who have affiliated with the international body in other cities will certainly join From Business Agent Dietz we learn there is no foundation for the statements recently published that the carpenters will present new demands to the con tractors before spring He declares that the relations existing during the past season between employers andemployes have been the most satisfactory for many years and all hope for a renewal of the agreement which led to this happy con dition Having the confidence of all in terested there is little doubt of the fulfill ment of his predictions WORK WELL DONE Officers Chosen by Catholic Knights For Next Year 4 o ol Important meetings of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America are still held regularly with the various branches of that powerful organi zation in this city Considerable interest has been manifested in this committee which has been hard at work since its organization more than a year ago with the result that it will be continuedand the following officers will serve for the ensuing year- PresidentHarry Veeneman Vice PresidentJoe McGinn Secretary John Score Treasurer Edmund Rapp- SergeantatArmsClem Johnson There has been a steady increase in membership throughout the country and a great deal of credit is due the gentle men mentioned and their coworkers for the remarkable success of the order in Louisville Some of the branches have reduced the initiation fee till January 1 and those who desire safe insurance should remember the Catholic Knights GREAT EVENT Consecration of New Bishop For Fort Wayne at Richmond Next Friday the consecration of Bishopelect Alerding of the Fort Wayne diocese will take place at Richmond and the event will be one of the most notable that has taken place in the Catholic church of Indiana for years as the Fort Wayne diocese is an important oneThe solemn ceremony will be witnessed by many distinguished Bishops and prelates from various parts of the United States among them Bishop McCloskey of this city Bishop Maes of Covington and Bishop Byrne of Nashville the first named receiving a special invitation from Bishop Alerding AWFUL FIASCO The boxing game received another hard blow Monday night Manager Rucker representing the Nonpariel Athletic Club which has frequently disappointed the sporting public had announced a contest between two fairly good pugilists who came here from New York but refused to go on till they saw the color of their money This was not produced and the audience was for a time frantic Some local pugs were substituted after the reo lurn of the admission fee had been demanded and the greatest flimflam ever perpetrated here was successfully carried out The Nonpariel Club never had any real standing anti has seriously hurtthe game here- CENTRAL e LABOR UNION The last regular meeting of the Central Labor Union before the convention of the American Federation takes place tomorrow afternoon when much bui nesa of importance will be transacted plteporta recent of the State Federation and new union will be admitted n 0 a MGAVICKI Catholic Coadjutor Bishop of Chicago Reported in III Health His Successor Will Probably Succeed tho Venerable Archbishop Fechan w Tho Nantes of Fathers Dunne and Callahan Are Mentioned DUTIES ARDUOUS AND EXACTING The frequently recurrent rumor that the Right Rev Alexander McGavick Coadjutor Dishop of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chicago intends to resign has again made its appearance This time the announcement is said to have been trade front Washington that Dr McGavick has sent his demission to Rome Ill health which has always been assigned as the cause for his resig nation is at this time given as the reason for his alleged surrender of the prelacy liver since he assumed the duties of assistant to the metropolitan of Chicago the young hierarch hiss beet afflicted with a nervous affection that has ren dared him unequal to the performance of the arduous duties of his exacting position ti and it is said that his friends and medical advisers have frequently urged him to retire this time with success Should Bishop McGavick resign it is said to be the intention of the Catholic hierarchy to appoint in Chicago a bishop cum jure successions who unlike Bishop McGavick would have the right to succeed Archbishop Feehau in the archiepiscopacy This step is said to be contemplated on account of Archbishop Feehans advancing age and the near prospect of his retirement Numerous priests of the archdiocese have been mentioned in connection with the high honor and among them is Rev Edward M Dunne of the Guardian Angel Italian mission in Forquer street Father Dunne enjoys wide popularity among the laity of Chicago and by rea sonbf his deep learning his tact and distinguished ability his admirers say he would be eminently qualified to become Bishop cum jure successionis Not many years ago he was honored with tine degree of doctor of divinity in Rome where he studied for a long time His familiarity with the Italian tongue led to his selection as pastor of the Guardian Angel mission which was started in 1808 and tjow hiss more than 2000 communicants Another clergyman favorably mention ed is Rev James Callaghan at present rector of St Jeromes church in Rogers Park Father Callaghan also has the s advantage of youth and the esteem of thousands of Chicago Catholics He is one of the best exegetes of Catholic doctrine in the West and such are his Abilities that he was strongly urged tWQ years ago for the Presidency of St Marys College in Maryland- Dr McGavick was consecrated titular Bishop of Marcopolis in paribus iqfide Hum May 1 1899 He is thirtynine t years old and was born at Fox Lake 111 Entering St Viateurs College at Kankakac lIe was prepared and ordained for the priesthood lie was appointed assistant to Father E J Dunne now Bishop of Dallas at All Saints church where he remained for ten years four of which were spent under Rev J C Gil lane who succeeded Bishop Dunne in the pastorate- Dr Gavick was then made rector of St Johns church succeeding the lamented Dr Butler the famous chaplain of the Twentythird Illinois volunteers Upon his accession to the bishopric he was assigned to Holy Angels parish The reported resignation of Bishop Mc Gavick causes another vacancy in the American episcopate as the sec of Port land Me which lost its Bishop Dr James A Healy three months ago still awaits an incumbent It is said that the Roman authorities will probably fill this latter vacancy at the approaching Papal consistory THE RED HAT Monsignor Martinelli Slated For Promotion at Next Consistory Cablegrams received last Sunday from Rome state that the next consistory has been fixed for December 14 and it is an nounced that among those slated has red hat is Monsignor Martinelli the Papal delegate at Washington whose promotion will entail the surrender of Iji tpresent office within a few month after his elevation to the Sacred College Monsignor Martinelli is regarded by the eccliastical authorities in Rome as having fulfilled the delicate duties of his office with singular success FORTY HOURS The solemn forty hours kvotJon + iIftake place at the church of St Mary1 Magdalen beginning with the solemn endingTuesday ducted by Rev Father Murphy the Moved and zealous young put x4 ti K NJU KYXHJ a A1MRI KENTUCKY IRISH ftMERIGflN s NIINIINIMIIINNN Derated to the Moral grid Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans WiiLIA11X 14X HJGGINS PubUher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Second Ctaaa Matter A MiM ie11 Cotflmaalcallonttothe KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1900 SUPPRESS THE NUISANCE e During the past week two local retail streets have been invaded by vile shows that should be suppressed at once Respectable citizens feel outraged that their children must pass these iniquitous dens when ever they have business either on Market or Jefferson streets This town has stood much that was rot ten and degrading in the past but the time for action has arrived The Mayor of Louisville the Board of Safety and the police force know the character of these places pitfalls for the young and unsus pectingand should at once take steps to rid the city of the nuisance againstrthe owners of the stores thus rented These shows are known to be if anything more disgusting than were any on the midway IMPORTANT TEST CASE A suit has been filed in an Ohio court that is of importance to work men and employers The bane of the American workmen is imported contract labor or indeed cheap and incompetent help employed in a way to escape the law of the land and the rules of labor oganizations as well Not only is this labor an obstacle to the American workmen obtaining and maintaining wages and otherwise improving their con dition but they are an annoyance Find menace in many ways as every American who works with them is fully aware In the Ohio case the proprietors of an iron mill employed Hungarian laborers because they were cheaper and more easily managed to help the iron workers In handling a pot of molten metal the order of the foreman to the Hungarian laborer was not under stood resulting in the upsetting of the molten metal and the serious s injury of several workman One of the injured workmen has filed suit for damages against the mill owners basing his claim on the ground that the firm is liable be cause the accident was due to the ignorance and incompetence of the help employed by the firm KRUQER IN FRANCE Oom Paul Kruger President of the Transvaal arrived in France and was everywhere greeted with ovations and honors likened to the i reception of Napoleon I on his re turn from Elba in 1815 The English press intimate that the demonstrations indicate antiEng fish feeling little short of an in tended insult to England while cBritish officials are silent But What does France care In Prance as in the United States and indeed almost everywhere except in Eng land the popular sympathy is strongly for the Boers While the Government officials as in the t United States on the occason of the visit of the Boer commissioners iiuwt observe international rulea and restraints by avoiding formal recognition the people are free to applaud and honor whom they please The hint of the English press that the British Government a will express to the French Govern meat its disapproval of the recep- tk t a accorded to Kruger will hardly 0 e taken up a1ai neady been snubbed several times r for paint to dictate to other t DiHqtsin suchmattersthe United States for instance fa YANKEE AUDACITYf 0 London is agog over the audacity of American bidders told all Eng lish manufacturers are alarmed at the prospect of the American ob taining the contract for millions The London suburban and under ground railways have accepted bids for improvements and changes amounting to 25000000 The Westinghouse Company of Pitts burg has put in the lowest bid agreeing to supply American improvements guaranteeing greater convenience saving of running cost and time in the transit This has taken away the Englishmens breath but the Westinghouse Com pany has obtained the option on another proposition that has stunned all London They propose to lease the entire suburban railways of London at a rental that will net the owners a larger profit than if they run the roads themselves What How can they do it is the question that all London IS discuss ing The astute Yankee agent simply smiles and awaits the de cision of the railway companies THE LAND FOR THE PEOPLE Hon Thomas Wallace Russell Parliamentary Secretary for the British Ministry recently reelected as a Liberal to Parliament from the South division of the County Tyrone has resigned the Secretary ship to advocate the bill in Parlia ment for the compulsory sale of land in Irelandthe abolition of landlordism In an address he declares his purpose to attack the Government on this question and continue the fight till won He will undoubtedly have the support of many of the heretofore Government advocates from the north of Ireland as the Ulster farmers organizations have favored this solu tion of the land question for years and as it strikes at the root of the Irish question it may furnish the one issue of all others on which all factions of Irish representatives will unite besides appealing to the support of Scotch and rural Eng lish tenantry who suffer from the same unjust and oppressive griev ance of landlordism- Mr Russell has certainly struck the key to the solution of the land problem in Ireland in a manner that can not be evaded that must be considered on its merits with no side issues involved and if adopted will be effectively and promptly enforced Of course while the word sale is used Mr Russell does not mean ownership of the landthere being no such thing in any country outside the United Statesbut the title to the land its use and control direct from the Government without a landlord class as in Holland France and Switzerland as near ownership of the land as it is possible to hope for under the prevailing systems in that country The evil the greatest burden and oppression of the Irish people iisthe landlord system the saddling of a privileged class who control the land for a tithe to the Government and by rental exact this and an unlimited surplus for themselves from the people in whom they not only have no iuter eat but whose interests they natur ally oppose and resist The land llord in Ireland is but the agent of the Government the real owner of thelandandther t agents tie constabulary and the other numer Otis adjuncts of the system are but the nuaiott of the agtdt for all of which the actual tenants of the laud the people must pay Besides the payment of this heavy tax and rent Which burdens the people they lire by the very nature of this system virtually though unwilling slaves to t llandlord because fecpt yaof by i e ii T exactions restrained by regulations and in spite of everything dependent on the landlord for the land that produces their sustenance and the roof that shelters them Not only is it this wholly unprotected condi tion of the people and their almost total subserviency to the landlord element that renders the Irish laud system so odious and unjust but to this must be added the fact that the landlords are nearly all only nominally Irish aliens really who spend the money wrung from the people in England and other countries and in too many instances the Shylocks of London are the beneficiaries who really control and pocket the incomes from Irish land Mr Russells proposition can not be assailed as dishonorable unjust or socialistic he does not advocate seizure or confiscation but that the title to the lands should be sold the holders be paid and that the people even the humblest shall have the privilege of buying and being pro tected in their holdingsdealing directly with paying to and protected by the Government the actual owner of the land dispensing with the middleman and his hirelings and hangerson Such a policy will not only be a boon and great redress to the people but undoubtedly will result not only in peace and prosperity in Ireland relieving the Government of expense and trouble caused by upholding and enforcing landlord demands but will certainly yield the Government a larger revenue from the land Mr Russell will however have a long and bitter fight and indeed seems to expect and be prepared for it before this great reform can be achieved Not only the landlord element of Ireland and their horde of attaches but the landlords of Great Britain as well who dread such an innovation and the money lenders of London who are natur ally loath to give up such a source of revenue as the Irish landlord will oppose this just measure Then the anti= Irish sentiment in herent in all Englishmen atidthe fear of the Government to yield anything that may tend to unite strengthen or even benefit the Irish peoplelike the guilty criminal fearful lest Ireland will if possible seek retribution for past wrongs or worse and what England most dreads strive to shake off the Saxon yokemust also be met Mr Russell has undertaken a herculean task but it is neverthe less the only solution of Irelands woes and wrongs Great and unex pected things are happening in this age on the threshhold of a new century so gloomy in its outlook for England The Boers do not seem to realize that the war is over despite the English proclamations and Butcher Kitcheners barbarous campaign of fire blood and rapine houses being burned farms and towns sacked women and children driven to the wilds or crowded into garri soned posts This course instead of intimidating the Boers seems to have aroused them to new action and instead of roving bands in iso lated districts Gens Dewet Botha Delarey and others are attacking British positions breaking lines of communication and have penetrated the Orange Free State even south of Bloetnfontein capturing sup plies arms and prisoners Their force is believed to be at least 10000 and increasing as they ad vance In striking contrast to Kitcheners barbarity the British soldiers captured are disarmed escorted to the British lines and released In England there Is alarm over the Boer situation and troop recently returned have been ordered back to Africa The legitimate business interests of Louisville should be protected from the large class of fakirs and frauds who push themselves forward during 1idaYIeUPIIIwind ling the unsuspecting and robbing our merchantaof theiri trade Our readers are wanted against them and their wares Those in author = ity should grim licenses only to parties known to be responsibleo The Ways and Mega Committee I I 1 ir- C = i for entertaining the American Fed eration f Labor will call upon our business men and merchants next week who should contribute liber ally and maintain our reputation for hospitality i I In answer to many inquiries w regret to say that our friendly con temporary the Midland Review hasI suspended indefinitely with but small hopes for future rsurr- ection16iF4jJ Miss Joaie Hagan has returned to Ma don county aster a visit with friends here Mrs Will OBannon entertained her friends at euchre at her home Wednesday evening Miss Ella Leay has returned home after spending some time with friends ini the East Mrs Martin Sullivan will return next week from Maine and visit Mrs Meehan First street Miss Bessie Felix of Shreveport La is visiting Miss Alice Bourne West Ormsby avenue Miss Sidle Corcorans friends will be pleased todiear that she is now able to be around again after a weeks illness Miss Florence Lynch 2443 West Chest nut entertained a few friends with euchre and refreshments Thursday evening Miss Putnam of 518 West Oak street has returned from a delightful visit with relatives at Paducah her former home J Friends of Dennis Conway will be sorry to learn that he is seriously ill at his residence Eighth and St Catherine streets Mrs John Welsh who has been quite ill for several weeks past is now reported convalescent and her speedy recovery predicted George Mulligan the genial manager of the Louisville Hotel and his charm ing wife are spending two weeks in Newr York City JefTersonvJlJe society will miss Mrs Thomas DonneU and her charming daughter who will spend the winter iiti the South i John T Rogers and bride have arrived home from Chicago where they spent their honeymoon They are residing at 1926 IInnlc street ifIfnt ejprettyliftle fiveyearold son ofMr asI Mrs Rn Fleming Wes Oak streejftsjjm Seymour Ind the guest of Miss NellieJonas John C Bud McCorniicks frequent trips to Russtlville encourage his friend- in I the belief that he will bring home a blushing bride one of these days William R Money the wellknown representative of the FultonConway Company of this city was among thi I weeks visitors at West Baden Springs Montgomery Hollingsworth the popular Shortline baggagemaster has gone to Middlesboro to visit bis father Super- Intendent Hollingsworth of the Louisville Nashville Miss Josephine Wathen has returned to her home 412 West Oak street after a delightful pleasure trip of about three months to New York City and points of interest in the East Col JohnRees the popular foreman of the EveningPost has been receiving con gratulations all the week upon becoming the father of a handsome baby boy The mother and child are doing nicely Thomas Murphy a wellknown young New Albanian left this week for St Louis where he will hFreafter reside having accepted a position with the Crystal City Stained Glass Company Mrs TA Flannelly accompanied by her son and daughter Miss Nellie an Perry Flannelly have returned to Louis yule after a pleasant three weeks visit with relatives in Lexington and Fayettei county Miss Elbe Shafer one of Portlands most attractive young ladies was this week the guest of her charming sister Mrs Louts Shafer who for the present i making her home with Mrs Martin Nilest 1410 Sixth street The Standard Club dances which are given everyMonday evening at Nortons Hall Ninth and Broadway are provin very popular for which success a great deal of credit is due the managersTom Flahive and Wilt Sulzer Will Price Secretary of the Police Department was able Monday to resume its duties after an illness lasting for two weeks oDMl Price is one of the most popldarwe1Jelicient officials about the City Hall and hit friends called in large HHwWr congratulate bii on his reeemy Mine Fieri Nikst the charming little daughter ofMr and Mrs Murtin Nikst spent hut Sunday at MartlMvUtc lad vidUftg her Mint areNanrieDubourg- and her Jhtk bter Catherine who are tiers for their health Shahae returned bowl to remm her studies delighted rdthhsrrtadp Tlic Munfefltt of Goy Beckham and Min Jean ItaqtM took pluce at Oweau- abiro laeitf riaeBdy evening the church being tbHMBw with diMingMUhed peo ple iron ttdlaac1otbetStatetTbed bride ie known far and wide uone of lfulldaaabI was the tpolf brilliant ever seen in od r lh J if v Oweusboro the beauty of the women being dazzling and their toilettes elaborate and superb The Governor and wife left for Chicago in a special car where they will remain till November 30 when they will take up their residence at Frankfort The West End Quilting Club enjoyed afternooneat 1611 West Broadway Mrs John Ryan being the patroness The successful prizewinners were Mrs James McNamee Miss Nan Connaughton Mrs James Tighe and Mrs Phil McGovern The club contem plates giving another in the near future when all its friends will attend The White Rose Club a popular social organization of wellknown young Irish Americans have issued invitations for their next reception and dance which will take place next Friday night Among those comprising the reception JohnsShaughnessy Martin Grogan Elmo Martine Mal Shaughnessy John Burke Thomas Langau and Terrence McHugh James Ricketts the popular Louisville Nashville inspector and Miss Mamie OBrien a charming West End belle were united in marriage Thursday even by Rev Father Cunningham of Holy Cross church The bride was attired in a handsome traveling costume After the ceremony they left for the South and upon their return will be at home to their friends on Kendall avenue Both are popular and their wide circle of acquaintances wish them much happiness through life The Dominican church will be the scenebf a particularly happy marriage next Thursday when Miss Mayme Taylor the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mrs Thomas Taylor and John Bell the wellknown young con tractor will be united for life by Rev Father Fowler Both are well known and popular in our best society circles and the ceremony will attract a large crowd of their friends The happy couple will spend their honeymoon in the South where they will remain till New Years Upon their return they will be at home to their friends at 2100 Brook street They will accept our hearty congratula tions RECENT DEATHS Micheal Garry once prominent in this city as a florist died Monday morning at his residence 1126 Magazine street aged sixtyseven years His funeral took place from the Cathedral and the remains were interred in St Louis ceme tery The funeral of John McNamara a well known New Albanian took place from Holy Trinity church last Sunday after noon Rev Father Kelly conducting the impressive obsequies Many were pres ent to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of the deceased The funeral of ThomasScore who died early Monday morning at the residence of his daughter Mrs Martha Furlong 911 East Walnut street took place wassfor many years a wellknown boilermaker of this city and had attained the ad vanced age of seventyfive years The funeral of Officer John Horan last largeststhat has taken place from St Patricks church for a long time and demonstrated the esteem in which the brave policeman was held The services were attended by a special detail from the police depart ment six of his late associates acting as pallbearers The funeral of Mrs Anna Burns widow of the late Terence Burns occur red Monday morning from St Johns church The deceased was fiftyeight years old and resided at 725 Bancroft street She was the mother of Miss Annie and George Burns and was for many years a resident of the East End highly esteemed by all who knew her James Delaney the wellknown retired West End grocer died early Sunday morning at his home 2438 Bank street aged seventy years The deceased had resided in the West End for many years and had been very successful Owing to his advanced age he retired turning over the busineas to his sous His funeral StdrequiemtDeep gloom was cast over the residents of Holy Trinity parish New Albany last Sunday morning when the news of the death of Miss Catherine Clare was made known The deceased young lady who respectedsresided with her parents Mr and Mrs John Clare 216 East Fifth street for whom the keenest sympathy is felt in their bereavement Her funeral from Holy Trinity church was largely attended shegsolemn services and delivered a feeling sermon Words are inadequate to express the sorrow felt ia the West Mover the death of little Pierce Ryan the bright and promising son of John and Sue Ryan 2228 West Main street who was the favorite of hits parents and the idol of hisplaymates His amiable and cheery diipoeUiou won for hitrl the hearts of all and many little ontsa gave touching evi dences of their grief at tbc low of their companion while viewing his remains His funeral took place Sunday afternoon the remains being followed to St Louis cemetery by a long line ofcarriages QQLMN WBODIJW Mr and Mrs Jobs Broderick who bare resided at Blootafleld for tbept thirtyfive years and Uewell knotty and highlyrspected are today celebrating the goldeaaumiirerMry of their NMtrriage ThU evening they will be the ieitIOf- liOllOlitlaI reception tendered them by their frienda and neighbor The Hiberuiani of LOai becoming grmtly inUtked inri1IareII sir of celebrating St Patricks r hi i c i I If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at the LoUisvilleII J 544 ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE PartorJC53E3E FOURTH i l=v v T J WATHENS mICE lCREAMERY AND l OSO Eighth StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per ga lon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 JOHN H5 Irriarrz r = Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone ao9a LOUISVILLE KY F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN 1 BREWERY 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY GEHERI SUN Complete assortment of the latbst styles and best makes of and Heating Stoves Cast and Steel Ranges 214 WEST MARKET ST NEAR SECOND COALDoiiflUeno 60 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 325ILAUREL NUT275 35PittsburgNow is the time to bur your winter supply of well screened Jefllco and Laurel Coal TEL 469 FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLESGO WlllIAMM1 lCam FWtiwtt ni as st1 Try my wens nuke of Quick Yeast 86c per pound I How Are Your Teeth FOURTH Louisville Dental CREAM FACTORY BAKERY WALTERS Clay Street JOHN CREAM COMMON BEER Cooking ELECTRIC FANS J J GRONEN 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND MANUFACTU0IN6 AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Speciatt1Wiring I Telephone 1865 NfW TREBING8 HHOTEL- M J SWEENIIY Prop 100 PER DAY Americas and European Plan 620622 W MarkefSflolllsyllle Ky Totephono 3431 A The finest and best equipped dollar n day hotel ill Louisville Special rates to professional peo pie RfAGANS EXCHANGE n- SWCor Preston and Market WlnLiquors lndCigarsi Hot Soup and Warfi Lunch iiii iir jr 1 x- hi ifuiiriiififi iriit Vf 7 iJ3NrLTc1c misE IIcAiD Q THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANHas upon its Fifth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circa lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of elf Irish News c Church News Society News Home News H Labor News Sporting News = It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is t printed and mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed I H where to make their Saturday purchases r El tPhis will result in great benefit to our r advertisers who should remember the fact that it has tne Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville Tile SUbS6flDtion Pri66 L IS ONLY i1PER YEAR 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 1 liberal and honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word 1 SUBSCRIBE NOW j Z v Advertisers F Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the weekas possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper will be productive of the best J results as it now has a verylarge circulation ij L 4 the best class of our citizens tamongyiit i ir z Z- i Address all Correspondence and Businww Communei cations to the KENTULYK iilwilMER1GNIlm kHESTGREEUREH 3 A SAINHJTERSs Tho Mightiest and Most Impos ing Structure Ever Raised By Man Cathedral of Christendom Con secrated by Urban VIII in 1020 FortyThree Sovereign Pontiffs Sat on the Throne During Its Erection WORTHY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH On the spot where St Peter hail been crucified in the year ninety Anacletus Bishop of Rome erected an oratory In the year 306 Constantine the Great built a basilica on the same spot In 1450 Pope Nicholas V commenced a new building in the place of Constantinos which with changes was continued till it was dedicated In 1626a period of con struction of 175 years During this long period fortythree Sovereign lpontiffs had sat upon the throne of St Peter super intending the construction of the cathe dral church of the world The central cathedral of Christendom is so enormous so far beyond any famil iar proportions that at first sight all de tails are lost upon its front The mind and judgment are dazed and staggered The earth should not be able to bear such weight upon its crust without cracking and bending like an overloaded table On each side the colonnades run curving out like giant arms always open to re ceive the nations that go up there to wor ship The dome broods over all like a giants head motionless in meditation The vastness of the structure takes hold of one as he nears the subject In the open space in the square and In the ellipse between the colonnades and the steps two hundred thousand men could be drawn up in rank and file horse and foot and guns Taken altogether the picture is too big for convenient sight The impression itself moves unwieldly in the cramped brain A building almost five hundred feet high produces a mon strous effect upon the mind Set down in words a description of it conveys no dear conception seen for the first time the impression produced by it can not be put into language Thirty years after the death of St Peter who was crucified on the spot where stands the sacred edifice Anacle tus built a little oratory a very small chapel in which but three or four per sons could kneel and pray over the grave This was the beginning Anacletus and the Bishops till the time of Entychianus died for the faith and nothing was done till the time of Constantine This great emperor caused to be built a church which was consecrated by Pope Sylvester I in the year 320 Ages slipped along till 1450 when Pope Nicho las V called Alberti and the great Bra mante Nicholas made the first plan and his successor Julius II laid the first stone of the present basilica The plan was changed many times and it was not until the year 1626 that UrBan VIII con secreted what we now call the Church of St Peter Four hours before the pilgrim or the tourist reaches the Eternal City he sees the great dome rising Into the blue when he reaches his journeys end it towers above the roofs and belfries and minor domes reminding him of Coleridges great line on Mount Blanc When he enters the mighty Pantheon the ancient temple of all the gods standing in perfect preservation today after the lapse of more than two thousand years he is told and truly that in designing StPeters dome Michael Angelos genius had seized this marvel of pagan architecture lifted it two hundred feet tn the air and set it as a crown upon the Cathedral of the Christian church when he crosses the bridge of St Angelo passes Hadrians mausoleum and down the silent street of Santo Splriter all his read ing and all his imagination leave him unprepared for the magnificence of the vision that bursts upon him He stands in the great piazza of St Peters Berninis great colonnade opens out before him on either side on the right and left are two glorious fountains shooting skyward their torrents of spray through which the sunshines in pris matic hues in the center Is the mightiest obelisk that the Pharaohs ever raised be fore which the pious Roman lifts his hat In veneration for the relic of the true cross by which it is surmountedand behind them all is the great front of St Peters the mightiest and most imposing structure ever raised by man Every pillar supporting the archtni trave might if hollowed out conceal a small army of men The vestibule is a vast hall nearly 400 feet long and it is recorded that visitors have seen it and departed thinking they had seen St Peters But opposite the exterior en trance between the pillars of the vestibule are two mighty doors of bronze taken from the old St Peters and ex quisitely worked by Christian artists when Christian art was in its heyday Enter its grandeur overwhelms bee not It is strange atriaingalmostt dliappointiBg Tki is not the St Peters you looked for Here are no glories of sian d glass nothing of the venerable IMM of sge of the dim religious light of Gothic temples nothing to impress you with a 8eue of vMtueMr The Bal daccbinp over the Baecilicaa altar under the done look small Yon have a general MUM of brjghtneM of sunshine of solidity You take ita at a glance the arched roof In white audsoJdoyoutI heed the marble vinccolor4walla on either side the great chair altar in the apse itben tis ac aloud of sinning bat it U music iIt H t i IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A p 11- 3DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary It D Perranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street Treasurer JohnMulloy SergeantatArma John Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Secoland Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Campfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings President John Cavanaugh Vice PresldentMichaellloban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth Treasurer George J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second andI Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street Assistant JolmShaughnessy Treasurer Hairy Brady SergeantatArms Jerry Hallnhan SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION IjNEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall County President P W Kennedy President D n Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn Recording SecretaryJohn Callaghan Financial SecretaryJames OHara 222 West Ninth street Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 PERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleasbn Vice President John Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleasou Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice PresidentMW Murphy Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTrlasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohis KenneySentinelTimothy tautly sweete are others besides yourself in the liurch and you see them but you do notiiiotice them until you approach more closely You can not analyze your sensations You are not transported with admiration as you expected hope perhapsbut- you have a feeling which is in a sense the opposite of that expressed by Byron Your mind is not expanded by the genius of the spotr you know you are in St Peters In the body but you know that your mind has not grasped its magnifi cenceThere is a holy water fonta shell shaped basiu in yellow marble supported by two UtIle cherubs When you have come close the little cherubs have become gigantic figures and the basin is almost a pond At the pedestal of the Baldacchino you notice some design in bronze at about the level of your eyes You approach to examine it and lol every step you take the denign rises higher and higher it is some twelve feet from the ground Your eyes are becoming accustomed to the magnificent scale on which everything here is contrived You are beginning at last to see the beauties of those pillars of priceless mar ble the heroic mold of those statues of saints and Popes the exquisite art of those everlasting pictures in mosaic any one of which would take al most a century in the making by the hands of a single man you feel the sacredness within that circle of lamps that burn forever around liThe Confes sion where repose the bodies of SS Peter and pauliJhe great dome is over your head and BOW it is like the vault of heaven itself the singing In the canons chapel peals out more joyously more triumphantly At a future time you will ouareamPIY1contentto know St Peters It is worthy of Rome the seat of ancient art it is worthy of Michael Angeloand Raphael and Bra mante the princes of modern art it is worthy of the Popes the vicars of Christ and it is worthy of the Catholic church WAR SOUVENIRSI A friend at the front going the rounds of a convalesceathospital one day found three wounded soldiers very busily engaged in pulling down the water pipes which carried the rain from the roof and diligently breaking them up in small pieces The earxsMness with which the work of destruction was being carried out forbade tbeMsa that the men were doing gratuUicHM mischief and my friend was coasid blr puzzled by the spectacle Tfcey were so busy that they did not see bimayfroach but looked up when he said It seems to be rather a pity to destroy those good pipes doesnt it WhatareyHl6i f it for well sir said one of the wen looking up aha Usfcr jro see we gets ball a crown apiece fair these bits of Boer shells what was tired Sine Ximberly Saucepans old always be kept hot tots upward aid without their lids If there is no pntptr pot stand they should project about dswioch beyond the edge of the shelf or board so that sir canto get them freely sod thus treated they never acquire IT posts flavor however long Bawl aw o THEATRICALS Rice and Barton aud their Big Gaiety Extravaganza will be the Thanksgiving attraction at the Buckingham aud all lovers of good wholesome comedy will find it indeed an occasion for merriment as it is knownto be a veritable feast of good things and a decided improvement on turkey and dressing There are no two more popular comedians touring the vaudeville circuit than these exponents of mirth and their clever efforts aided by a large and capable company serve to make Drown Among the Daisies and McDoodlea Flats the most amusing bits of musical farce ever seen The Floor Walkers in which Ward and Vokes last year sscored such a tree mendous hit will be the Thanksgiving week attraction at the Avenue This production is said to be beyond question the sighlicst and most pleasing enter tainment of its kind ever given here such things are said and such things are done that Melancholys self must put on the seeming of mirth in their presence It is all froth of course but agreeably flavored and a most welcome refection to work weary thousands The chorus com prises thirty voices and ninny view specialties have this year been added For Thanksgiving week the Meffert Engle Stock Company will present their patrons another great Eastern success the popular comedy drama entitled Sue which many declare Charles Frohmans most successful production which has never been seen in this city This play furnishes plenty of excitement of the Western type and decidedly novel and laughable situations The story is simple in plot but with tears and laughs intermingled keeps the audience deeply interested all the time One Ira Beasley a rich but uncouth farmer marries a young girl inexperienced in the world who longs to be taken to the nearby town that she may see the circus and theater of which site Iris heard much After three years of married life a fugitive from justice Jim Wynd an acrobat induces her to give him refuge from the officers who are in pursuit of him for stabbing a man and she so cleverly fools the Sheriff and his men that they go on without searching the premises When they are gone Wynd appears before her in his costume of an acrobat and completely dazzles hefThe officers return she gives them whisky to drink and flirts with one of them until her husband is wildwith jealousy and finally threatens his life Wynd escapes but shoots the Sheriff and exciting incidents follow fast the criminal being finally caught and tried bv the Vigilance Committee The husband then appears thinking he killed the Sheriff but his wife proves his innocence The Sheriff recovers husband and wife are reunited and all ends hap pily REDUCED FARE PERMITS Clergymen and others desiring reduced rates for next year over the Southern rail way should present their applications at once to Assistant Passenger Agent Wil liam Tayloe as they will be required to pay full fare after January 1 The Southern Railway Company has been very liberal heretofore aud clergymen should therefore give the matter special attention ITACT IN POLITICAL LIFE A party of politicians were discussing the necessity of tact in political life re cently and some very strong pipes were brought forth to encourage the flow of conversation One of them told the fol lowing anecdote as told him by a man from one of the far Western States We had a candidate one year for re election a Congressman It was a very close fight and everything depended upon holding all our votes together The campaign was to end with a mass meeting where the candidate was to be the chief speaker The cOmmittee had discovered that the enemy had made a slight inroad upon some of our Irish voters and warned the speakers to be extremely careful in all their references to the Emerald Isle and its people The Congressman when spoken to drew himself up proudly and said II Leave it to my discretion gentlemen I will not offend them I will charm them IIAnd he did On the closing night he said almost at the beginning of his oration I amI glad to see so many here tonight who came from the little green island beyondl the sea the land of Tom Moore and Father Prouty of rpmance and of verse Americans can never be too grateful to the Irish race for what it has performed in the new world The names of Patrick Henry and Gen Montgomery and Sheridan will go ringing down through the corridors of time And America has tried often to express her gratitude When the great famine threatened loathI to Ireland site sent provisions by the shipload across the sea and here in this our city where American ingenuity has invented the street sweeper which does the work of fifty Irishmen who formerly performed this task we have kindly and appropriately called it the steam paddy There was a shout A yell a crash and the meeting was broken up forever I believe that the infuriated Milesians chased the candidate a mile POINTS FOR THE GROWING GIRL Someone has+ suggested tifteen things that every girl can learn before she is fifteen blot every one can learn to play or sing or paint well enough to give pleasure to her friends but the follwillgaccOf1 plisbln uts are within everybodys reach Shut the door and shut it softly Keep your own room in tasteful order Have EH hour for tnadrfee Learn to make breed M well M cakeI Never let a button stay off twenty fuur hours Always know where your thingare ifeycr let a dar psi without doing something to mekeaoaaebpdyooofowsble Never qottte tO breakfast without a eel lar a Newt go boat with your shoes tin buttowd TEMPLE THEATER I I MeffertEagle Stock Com- pany5U13 IN Matinees Monday Wednesday Thursday and Saturday- Matinees at 215 Night Performances at 816 Popular Prices 10c ICc 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MATINBB NOV 25 i Kttlneei 8andeyMondayWedneidsy8atn- rdsyRice and Barton GAIETY COMPANY RICH RARE AND RACY Everything tig to date Bewildering exhibition offemale loveliness Special Thanksgiving Day Matinee JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF IM LAWLERS ONARCm SUPERIOR Cri O 13 NT OIGAR 1207 West Main Street Louisville U 1C i Cloud Hotel1 s B Cor 2d Q Jefferson Stfle ProprietorI IEuropean Plan 50c 75c and 100 American Plan 2 and 250 o1IIIIHHnIHIH +I+l t I HH+ Are Your Savings Earning Something IF NOT You should invest them in the United States Mutual Investment Company For particulars call on L A M GREIF Agent- At Seiberts Wall Paper Store No 445 East Market four doors above Bacons Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier How Brown Leghorns LayTwelve hens and pullets laid 1233 eggs in 1899 Jon 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 M MURPHYDNAIItR GROCERIES PRODUCE MAI81 Wines LIquori Feed Bar and Grain N E Cor Seventeenth and Portland Ave WHEN YOU VI- SITJIMJ3RICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out DINKY SflLOON j mcicBjsr Prop FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS Eo Cor Fo reeath sad Me- inEXChANGEPAWS JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market IChoice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44A 2VANTED Firstclass agents for our ordinary and industrial departments None butIntel ligent and capable men need apply Commissions paid daily yt LOUISVILLE INVESTMENT CO Room 10 Louisville Trust Building ROOM FOR RENT A large room suitable for club or sew lug purposes well lighted and ventilated at 529 Fifth street SlUt TO CHICAGO AND RETURN On account of Thanksgiving Christ mas and New Year holidays the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville t I Chicago and return at the rate of 107 on November 2726 and 29 good reface ing until I December 3on account of Thanksgiving aiid on December 22 23 S4 25 awl 81 awd nu ry 1 good return lug until January 2 oil account of Christ mu and New Year Further ptrtlculam and time schedule furnished free on apj pUft tloo to1tB BMMI District grr Agent oniiviUeJ Ky c I ROGER 1II1LTYt LiquorsI1 COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I N W Cor 21st and Poritaad MOORES PLflGk 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass o Avenuei 2 WINES AND CIGARS Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES 1 LIQUORS 1 CIGARSJ ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 k IV I LOW RATE FOR Thanksgiving Dai VIA Big Poor Rout f populaBigtween all stations within n distance c 150 miles from starting part at a rate of One and OneThird Par FOR THE ROUND TRIP Tickets will be good foi+ return to fln4 JForto rates tickets limits etc call oil Agents Big Four Route or address thj undersigded X AgtgWCincinnati Ohio i SJ GATES General Agent Louisville Ie DO YOU WANT A HOME LOW RATE TO THE WEST NORTHWES FOR SETTLERS BiO Pour ROll Round trip andone way Settl Tickets will be on sale from many I Four points at very low rates on November 13 20 and 27 19 For full information and particulars lintitstetcalladdress the undersigned Tkt4gLWAMCincinnati S J OATHS General Agent Louisville Illinois G6lltr THE FAST LINE TO 1 flemphis A- NDNew I Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily MfMPHIS AND N W ORlUNS lIMII Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and a Solid Vestibuled GasLighted Trai carrying Pullman Cafe Dim Cars and Free Reclining Chair Car Arriving Memphis 840 a mand 3si Orleans 735 p m Louisville Meui Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p n h 8PEILSLeaves Louisville at 1201dailyarr1v Memphis 11 p m New Orleans 9451 m Solid Vestibuled Train with thro Sleeping Cars Meals served in Djrf Cars On Friday this train c Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car fro vine to Los Angeles and San Ft Cisco California without any cite or delay WJ McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson G P A Chio Wm Alfred Kellond A G pA Louis BIG FOUR ROU TO Indianapolis Peori- aCHICA G AND Aii roiwtii iw I INDIANA and GI6BEST TERMINAL UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE r No JI18 Fourth Ae m j O TtliGeneral Agent Louie ite WAUICNJ LYNCH G P WHVPDBPPB A G P A COK3HNATJ O xp HzftXift r- a 8TUOKY IIaH exiaRIVf 11X BUYI YOUR COAL PROM Pacific Coal Company 452 W Jefferson CHAS LL CRUSH MANAGER t+ + tt + tt t t t tt t t tt t t t t t t t t tt GUILFOYLE SIMONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERS Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third and Fourth where we will be glad to see all of our old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfact- ionu1YhOXJCIFi SI1MONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERS Hew store 3Vo ago Vest JarJet street + tt t t t t t t t t ++ tt tt t t HHHHHHI H rH I H + HHHK 1111 FRANK WYBRANT PHOTOGRAPHER NEW GALLERY 652 FOURTH AVE OPJOSIT r POSTOJ1J1IC Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds M 1 HIII1IHIIHIHHI1I1I 1 + iHMHH4iIH i HH IMH RflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED rewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE ICY R DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN ij Dougnerty K6enan- UNDERTAKERS IJ 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth JIIIJIIII I T Li JHON 3 2402- fi All Calls trlagefI t t If i11I35Ifl itsI Iitb iII FIii MllI000ll Molliluldilt GompallJJi lDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND fionuments- It I It Work Oaty Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I AREROQMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STRE- ETl1t I 1IfiI4 1lliRdt4 i il liFil M 1iMliipiA l4 MiMili Mlilili MiliMgl01ti1i Mh iiMiliMMiaili l iilMliii- e PARADISEe e e SAMPLE ROOMai a Oct Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool a+ MJ HICKEY PROPRIETOR elephons 384 248 West Jefferson Street 1 Hi1MMisi AtMiMIM rir1 MatiepiiirMAMhiw iMll li Mi l ultli n sue i Mrf EXMtt ANMMtMtt AND Educates YOung People Far BwiMM Good InpbyvMf Mil SMM nat- Ml1Mirt x911 rwu tHWWNtmi w wrrwLW- INIMltE Cl n T Business College IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The national convention of the United Irish League will be held at Dublin on December 4 Dr Moran of Gort has presented a useful harmonium to the Sisters of Mercy- at Kinvarra for the benefit of the dIstrIct schoolsCouncillor I eahy has been selected as the Nationalist candidate for the Mount joy ward at the forthcoming Dublin municipal election The Peoples Irish Industrial league for the purpose of supporting home industry and home manufactures has been started with great earnestness in Dublin The Ulster winter assizes will be held at Belfast I elnster winter assizes at Wicklow Munster winter assizes at Cork and the Connaught winter assizes at SligoMary Walsh a widow aged fifty was burned to death by a fire which broke out in the room she occupied in a tenement house on North Cumberland street DublinOn at Barntown County Vex ford Father James Hartley was the recipient of an address and presentation from the two sections of the Mens Con fraternity of the Holy Family- A public meeting under the auspices of the local branch of the United Irish league was held at Killallon County Meath and was addressed by P White M P Laurence Grinnell and W D Harbison Belfast The three weeks mission conducted by the Redemptorist fathers in the united parishes of Kilbride aud Ballinacree was daily attended by large numbers the church Mouutnugent proving not large enough to accommodate the crowds Meetings of the United Irish League were held on Thursday November 8 in County Dublin and County Mayo among the speakers being William OBrien John Clancy Haviland Burke Join ODonnell and John Nannetti all members of Par liament On the recommendation of his Grace the Duke of Abercon Lord Lieutenant of the County the Lord Chancellor has been pleased to appoint Dr Patrick J Haniil ton Diamond Lodge Ardara to the Commission of the Peace for the County Donegal The marriage of Ernest Hardy of Port umna County Galway son of the late Joseph Hardy of Loughrea and Geor giana Frances Beatrice only daughter of the late John Comerford of Nenagh has been announced to take before the end of this month Sunday afternoon a public meeting was held at Roundwood County Wicklow with a view to extending the United I lsh League in the county The meeting was addressed by Messrs Tames OConnor D J Cogan and Haviland Burke Nation alist members of Parliament The tide of Irish emigration is still steadily flowing Last month the total number of emigrants was 4278 as against 3524 in October 1809 The total num ber for the ten months ended October 31 was 43049 as compared with 40269 dur Ing the coresponding period of last year His Lordship the Most Rev Dr Henry Bishop of Down and Connor has signified his willingness to act on the cotiimittei which is being formed for the purpose of presenting an address and testimonial to- T D Sullivan in recognition of his pro longed political and literary services to IrelandRev Father Flynn who has been a member of tie Dundalk community at Saint Malachys priory for little over a year has left for St Saviors priory Dublin A good priest and a truehearted riiihman Father Flynn has made warm friends in many a corner of Ireland and not least so in Dundalk r- Owing to the recent heavy rains the River Deel has considerably overflowed its banks At the bridge in Rathkeale the flood goes right across the road to the depth of four and five feet with the re suit that those whose business takes them t6 the west have to cross in boats The houses near the bridge are flooded to the extent of three feet On Saturday a man named Patrick Farrell was evicted from his holding consisting of twenty acres at Rosetown County Wexford on the estate of Lord Templemore Farrell owed two and a half years rent at the rate of J85 per annum The tenants house and the out house were demolished by the bailiffs who left the place a heap of ruins His Grace the Most Rev Dr Walsh Archbishop of Dublin will dedicate the beautiful new chnrbh of St Margarets County Dublin on Sunday 25th Inst The sermon will be peached by the Very Rev John Behan who Isa wellknown patriot and distinguished pulpit orator A public meeting at which the Arch bishop will preside will subsequently be held for the purpose of raising funds to complete the beautiful edifice Coleman ODonohoe of Prairie House and Merchants road Galway died on the 5th inst The deceased who was one- of the oldest merchants iia Galway was remarkable for his RmiabledispoeitioH The funeral which was one of the largest ever witnessed in Galway was attended by the leading professional gentlemen merchants traders and citizens The Most LordBIhopPftskied AddrewsliifC the grand jury at Ends congratufatedcrime which the County Wexforden oyed IB kia opinion bald cu expcr fence whatever crime existed in a county was to a great extent dependent on the number of licenced houses He rcgrctied t6 say that the number of licensed houses wee lincreaaing Jlffftbad riot been fo- eot anwll case there would be a c iwekar calendar for the county- A new departure ia the creation of I Up Stairs Over nIGhWoten mils Store One Door West of the Bit Stars IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Denta 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 BRORIN6 I 0r D Sr PROPRIETORII Magistrates borough has been made by the Lord Lieutenant I who has appointed to the commission of the peace for the city s military officarj on the active army list stationed in the Belfast command The reason for appointing these gentlemen as city fclagis trates is probably that in the event of disturbances in the city in future they could act at once as Military Magistrates without having to be specially sworn in as has been necessary on past occasions- A sad incident occurred in Belfast on Tuesday evening the victim being a woman who died in the Royal Hospital under peculiar circumstances As far as can be ascertained the deceased was foumd lying somewhere about Great Georges street in an apparently weak condition Some men brought her to the hospitaland she was taken to the extern department for treatment but she col lapsed altogether a few minutes after ad mission and passed away The deceased has been identified as Hannah Clarke of 107 Nelson street Belfast The dead body of a young man was found in Henry Qutnns mill dam on day at Carginagh near Kilkeel It FriII pears a young man named White Ballinran was to be married three weeks ago and the night before the wedding he left home and had notbeen heard of since until his dead body was found as above described Deceased asabout twenty five years of agoand well liked in the district It is not knovyna3Yet how de ceased got into the water but he may have accidentally fallen Iinto it in the dark Much sympathyis felt for his widowed mother as the deceased was nearly her whole support The contest for the Mayoralty of Limerick for the ensuing year promises to be an interesting if not an exciting one Three candidates are presently namedthe Mayor Councillor Kett and Alderman Joyce The Labor party in the council have become divided over the selection and at a private meeting a mo tion to compel the minority to abide by the majority vote was defeated aud the question was left to be decided by the council through a personal canvass of the respective candidates The proceedings were rather warm lasting over an hour The contest in the circumstances will be a close one and excites considerable interest At a meeting of the West Clare Execu live of the United Irish League the Presi dent Father Glynn said the people would insist on the constant attendance of their members in Parliament and no longer tolerate field days or special occa sion attendances Father Clancy said he would move at the forthcoming convention in Dublin that a committee be formed in the new Irish party to report monthly to each Executive on the attendances of the members in the House of Commons Those who were not constantly present would have to go They knew how to force their immediate retirement The League would insist on strict discipline and no more sham An enthusiastic welcome home was tendered Very Rev Father Ring and the other members of the Irish pilgrimage to Rome Met at Weatland row station on the arrival of the mail train Father Ring and his friends were escorted to ncbicore by the Guild of St Leo and as they proceeded to Xitmainham to the Oblates house the illuminations and decorations displayed froai the windows of the houses en route testified to the joy of the people of the district in seeing Father Ring once more among them after the historic and most successful pilgrimage to the Holy City and the act of Irelands homage to his Holiness the Pope which he was Ewliily instrumental In bringing about Two illuminated addresses were presented an behalf of the Guild of St Leo Had Ute Confraternity of the Immaculate of the Blessed Virgin PROCTOR SLATE tEdward Proctor the barber who has been connected with Gstwmea tonsorial hop for several ytue mitA Toni Aster well known about towni have opened a wet ROOd exchange tM4 West Market tTboIe of their ftfimda who call piataid1 LANTANA CUfl 1ALL The LanUua Clubof several ntinentyottug men Gf UM wt End willclye a fancy dross Md flask ban at IfCjDiI Twill be donated to iVStby object the sae of wbiob b to be Moaaoed later w r HIH JANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes William Flynn made some very good suggestionsDivision 2 elected another member Thursday evening Division of Baltimore held a reception and dance last Thursday night The absence of Con Ford and Tom Camfield was noted Thursday evening Division 2 Thursday night voted the assessment ordered by the national board 4 Hibernian Hall should be crowded Tuesday evening to hear Hon John RyanDivision 4 will have a number of candidates to hinitiate Wednesday eveningTreasurer Butlers report of the finan cial condition of Division 3 was most gratifyingOfficer was among those whose presence was appreciated at the meeting of Division this week A military ball under the patronage of Division 5 of Brighton Mass has been arranged for December 5 John Ridge filled with grace the Vice Presidential chair during the absence of CamfieldI fourth annual Boston and the successIinvitation to the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night which is extended to all Hibernians Division 25 of Boston observed the an nlversary of the execution of the Manchester martyrs Allan Larkin and OBrienThe bazar under the patronage of Di vision 6 of Fall River Mass which has been very successful thus far will close next week President John Cavanaugh has been instructed to confer with the County and Hall Boards relative to the future quar ters of his division The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Philadelphia held a largely attended and enjoyable drawing room reception last Thursday night week A union meeting of the divisions of Portland Maine was held last night being the anniversary of the execution of Allan Larkin and OBrien Division C of San Francisco gave a complimentary entertainment and dance theIion 11 of Fall River Mass was recently presented with a gold watch and chain in recognition of his services to the order The fifth ball of Division 35 of Newton Mass was held in Armory Hall under the most favorable auspices There were more than 800 men arid women present Edward Malone than whom there is no better or more popular Hibernian in Louisville is again able to be out after a serious illness This news will please his countless friends The Pleasure Club of Division 8 of Chicago entertained their friends with a reception and ball last Saturday night Dancing began at 830 and carriages were called at 12 oclock The divisions of Baltimore are consider ing the advisability of holding a grand union ball for the purpose of founding a fund to be used in securing u central bulldlug for the order Many members are surprised that noth ing has been beard from State President Shine since his election six months ago Commissions for the Hibernian Knights should have been received long ere this time Messrs Pat Holly George Butler and NIc Sheridan have been instructed to inspect the different West End halts before any further action is taken upon the question of the permanent location of Division 3 Prof Maria Sanford of the Minnesota State University lectured for the benefit of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 5 of Minneapolis last Monday evening Miss Sanford is said to be an able and enter taining speaker talented and forceful Division 5 of Baltimore is about to issue- a pamphlet containing a phonetic version of the prayers in Gaelic prepared for the livisionby Rev Dr Henebry Professor- of Gaelic at the Catholic University at the instance of John W Gallagher its PresidentThe question was ably discussed Wednesday evening at the meeting of Division 3 by Phil Cavau ugh Walter Joyce George Butler and Pat Holly They advanced strong reasons for the establishment of headquarters in the IVrst EndT Rev Edward McGoldrick was recently elected chaplain for the divisions of Brooklyn and Rev Father Faheyof Morris Park for those of Queensboroiigh Their election was with the sanction of Bishop McDonnell and the priests have accepted the offices National President Keating and State President Clinton were the guests of the evening at a general meeting held recently I at Paterson N J There was a large attendance frost the city and allover the county Both spoke interest ingly of the progress of the order The Daughters of grin of Division 6 ofI Providence scored a signal awcceM with their first annual boll last week The hall was crowded with well wishers ef- the order and during the inter nislon the Mitchell Guards gave aa exhibition drill that would have done credit to regs are of long aaryke The HibernianRifles held a twonighte l Mlrai recently in Father Mathew Mall Worcester Mud and a big audience of friends gathered to enjoy the fun Misa iunle oIl waw the winner of tWiOO rash pass offered to the pereou aellingI yvirgIdispasdother coateatant sold 796 h 7t JOIN D CxsTUiMAN ARTHUR G LANOHAM URUCKINRIIKJB CASTMWAN Royal Insurance CoYOF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE IMRffiE UO IPANY IN TilE WORLD BARBEE GASMAN Managers Southern Department IGENERAL OPPIOES IA EUILDING ttttttttttttttt ttttttttttt I RAFFOS I =I Nothing sold but 1 Cr I guaranteed goods KY Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville 3A store where quality is of first consideration =place where you are treated right and money back =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will like to trade here once you have tried it Hauling and Moving Attended To = 321 LOUISVILLE WEST MARKET STREET North Side 1 ITHIRD AND FOURTH I iliililil1ill1111111111111111111 1ULIu1ILULLILULULULULULIIL1I ll KI E4E If IKI II il 1 KIIZIaI1 h- IlOranI W Smiths Sons I Funeral Directors 11Hi- II And Embalmers IjUjI IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer 1W IICarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice = II MOVED TO ITELEPHONEI Imitts m rim IIIIItII IIIJlIIIIII w CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLSCOALti ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 1167 and 2324 DRINK= Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY 4IIIt SENN ACKERMAN BR iMINGCOJMP ANYhxxooisroxAxaa TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS I 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST a i BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET j =S BPTWBEN I 3 W LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 428 AND 430 I EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Minima t- oCHICAGOON THE u nn luau ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Pa MHxe rAgext Louisville Ky VIUMKJESBB I Generalu t v w teIO7 i a