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T k f n c o l KENTUCKY AMERICAN 11 t VOLUME VINO 5 LOUISVILLE SATL DAY FEBRUARY 2 1901 PRICE FIVE CE TTH ENCYCLICAL Holy Father Favors Christian Democracy and Against Socialism Impresses Upon Rich the Duty of Relieving Wants of the Poor The Tendency of Catholics to Work For the Masses Praiseworthy BEWARE THE PLAGUE OF EYILS The following is the text of the Holy Fathers encyclical on Socialism and Social o Democracy issued last Sunday It was translated from the Latin by Rev Henry Wynne S J of St Xaviers Col lege and President of the Apostleship Prayer for the New York Journal There are some who think the introduction is from the pen of Cardinal Ramnpolla Papal Secretary of State The snares and serious dissensions about social economy which for some time have been disturbing the spirit of peace are now every day arousing such a class spirit that even prudent men have become anxious This discord originated in errors of thought and action occasioning sharp conflicts between the rich and the poor We have already intervened on this ques tion showing the errors of socialism in our encyclical of December 28 1878 And as the errors kept growing we found it necessary to intervene once more with another encyclical dated May 15 1891 These encyclicals producedabundant fruit as appears not only from the check put to these dissensions but also by the impulse given to institutions for the ben efit of the working classes This movement for the masses had not a proper name Some called it Christian Socialism or the Peoples Christian move ment and its apostles took the name Socialists others called it Christian De mocracy to offset the term Social Democracy used by the Socialists- If the term Christian Socialists was not considered ambiguous and dangerous by Vmantlieterm ChrLstianDethocracyAts consideredsucti because they feared that Sit would become a source of a political revolution and for this reason the Pope has deemed it opportune to decide the controversy The following is the text of the most important passage of the en cyclical What does social democracy mean What Christian democracy means there can be no doubt But social democracy is so freely and recklessly interpreted that many come to the dangerous opinion that as there is nothing beyond bodily health and riches human happiness consists in seeking and enjoying these hencethey would attribute all authority to the people level away all civic dis Unctions and establish an equality of fortuneHence all right of property must be done away with and all that individuals possess must be regarded as commou propertyBut Christian democracy as taught by Christianity based as it is on the prin ciple of Divine faith and studying the advantages of all seeks to perfect human souls for everlasting joys and therefore solemnly insists on the right of acquiring and possessing and maintaining a proper distinction of degrees in every well con stituted society and of impressing upon human society the stamp and character which God has given to it The Pope adds that Christian democ racy should not mix in politics but de vote itself wholly to deeds of Christian benevolence toward the people Christian democracy the Pope says should not create class hatred nor rebel against the prevailing laws and institu tions so as to bring the name of Christian democracy into suspicion Then he con tinuesI mentioned the duties of virtue and religion though some whose opinion prevails with the masses think the social question to be purely an economic one when on the contrary it is most surely above all others 1 moral and religious one and therefore dependent on the moral law and the tribunal of religion The tendency of Catholics to work for the masses is all the snore pralsworthy because it is manifested in the same sphere in which steadily and successfully under the benign influence of the church the zealous enterprise of charity strives to accommodate itself to the times The law of charity reinforcing the law of justice sees to it that each one gets his own and that nooneiis cut off from his right Let it be clear therefore that the zeal of Catholics for relieving and elevat ing the people is in strict accordance with the spirit of the church and with her examplerrWhatmeans may be adopted for this Christian movement will not matter so J much if the principle laid down by us bet observed But what matters most of all in an affair of such vast importance is that Catholics should act with one mind adwiiiaBdwith one effort and what is quite ae important is that their ctkm Kwld Multiply Itself by every huinan Mid worldly r K urce and go on liocr M iag pd expending tbOM especially are eihorted touu VP part in this movement whose station means mental and moral endowments give them some influence in the cons monwealtb If these be wanting scarce anything can be done that will avail for advancing the condition of the people while on the other hand this advancement is all the more sure and speedy when a number of leading citizens combine together for it We would have them consider that they are not free to mind or to neglect the lot of the poor but that they are bound to this by their very duty that no man dwells in a community for his own benefit simply but for the good of aliso that what some can not contribute to the common weal others who can should contribute abundantly and the extent of the obligation in this matter is to be measured by the abundance of their possessions for which they must make a strict account to God the giver Let them take heed also of the plague of evils which if no remedy be applied must some day result in the destruction of all classes in society so that he who neglects the cause of an afflicted people is breeding trouble for himself and for the StateWe also counsel seriously that whatever individuals or societies mny un dertake for this purpose be done under the authority of the Bishops and let them not be deceived by any impulse of charity which might lead them to disre gard obedience as nothing either useful for the people or pleasing to God could come of it God is always pleased with him whose views are submissive to the authorities of the Church and who hears their voice and who is always ready to undertake arduous tasks with their sanction- It will help very much to the endwe have in view if men show by their lives examples of virtue which will prove that they despise idleness and the pleasures of wealth and that they devote it to the good of others Such examples are pow erful to excite in the people a spirit of selfhelp and have a greater force when they appear in the lives of leading citi zensWe exhort you my venerable breth ren in your prudence and zeal to con suIt among yourselves according to the need of the people and places where you arc and let your authority avail to mod erate repress and resist so that the vigor of holy discipline be not relaxed under any pretext whatever Let the proper distinction of degrees which Christ ordained for His Church appear so clearly in the united and pro gressive work of all Catholics and let ltynourIshunder the guidance and teaching of the Church whose most holy mission it is to keep Christians in mind of their duty to unite rich and poor in brotherly love and to support and strengthen souls in ad versity MACKIN COUNCIL Ready For Mammoth Euchre Monday Afternopn and Night Chairman Charles Raldy reported Tues day evening at Mackin Council that am pIe preparations hind been made for the mammoth euchre party to be given Mon day afternoon and evening at Mackin club house on Twentysixty street Twen tyfour handsome prizes will be distribu ted among the players and the indica tions are that this popular West End organization whose members are all working for its success will eclipse any euchre heretofore given in Louisville Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather there was a splendid attendance at Tuesday nights meeting though all regretted the absence of President Cunniff who was not present because of illness Vice President Kerberg presided and succeeded in having much business transacted One application was re ceived and two candidates initiated The Visiting Committee reported four members still sick Vinnie Smiths delegate to the Catholic Union reported in full the proceedings of that body and dwelt at some length on the benefits to be derived from member ship in the new central union Frank Eberljard President of the Credit Rating Company addressed the members on the progress made by Mackin Council since its organization and the success of the Young Mens Institute throughout the State and country sunk ing suggestions that met with thchearty approval of all present He urged that the council eudeavor to add new features forthe amusement and entertainment of the members Upon motion Chairman Kerberg appointed Edward Ancldot George Lautz and Henry Bloemer a committee to arrange plans for putting the new idea into effect Charles Becker a new Member also surprised all present with a pointed but witty address that was well received Mackin Council will suspend its social entertainments during Lent an ltrcso lutlon was adopted that the winter social season be closed with a grand reception and ball shortly after Easter Sunday The matter was referred to thefollowing gentlemen who will eport on the reso lution in the near future Mesas Mack Raidy Pat Flynn Thomas Burkholder Louis Borntraeger Will Sliaughuessy Prank Schoites Edward Weber Dan Schreiber Harry Moran it1tV14irio aide the Velvet being ao Inch and titttfia width k md tyfti vsIt= 7 wr 114I- ii rl i 1ii 1 W ti E1 i rr- f t fv l CATHOLIC UNION Holds a Largely Attended and Important Session Moss lay N1tbtV Executive Committee Instruct ed to Secure Permanent Quarters Delegates PloasedWith Mackin Council and Their Beau tiful Homo LETTER READ FROM BISHOP MPAUL There was a large gathering of delegates Monday night at Mackin Council club house to attendtheregular monthly meeting of the Catholic Union and the officers and leading members expressed themselves highly pleased with the man ner in which the business was transacted Before the meeting was called to order the visitors were shown through the com modious and beautiful club house and home of Mackin Council by Messrs William Kerberg George Semouls awl Vinnie Smith who made many new friends for the popular West End Coun cil by their kind attentions particularly to the ladies Both the lIon E J McDermott and Dr J W Fowler President and Vice President were present andoccupied their respective chairs Joe W Jenkins was appointed to fin the position of Secretary during the absence of Eugene Cooney who was then preparing for the happiestevent of his life the taking unto himself oft lovely young wife President McDermott presided and in calling the meeting to order congratu hated the union on the splendid attend once of delegates which he said was in a measure due to the efforts of the Ken tucky Irish American Preceding the regular order of business he read extracts from the proceedings of the late conven tion held in New York City when com mlttees were named from the leading national Catholic societies to promulgate the plans and scope and also on organiza ion to be submitted to the national convention for the purpose ofge1erl Catho lie I fediratlljJnk 1 lf liliv VVVVV M next May Secretary Jenkins read a communica tion from Bishop McFaul of Trenton who is a strong advocate of the move ment stating that hisyiews and sugges tions would be found in the February number of the Ecclesiastical Review Treasurer Stoerr submitted his report which was referred to the Executive Committee who will also assist in the collection of dues Miss Mary Weisseuberg and Henry Seibel presented credentials from Branch 3 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America This body at the meeting of its Supreme officers in Memphis last week indorsed the proposed national federation and Miss Mary Sheridan of this city will be ode of its representatives at the Cincinnati convention Tames Coleman State Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was called upon and made a forceful speech and suggested that a special committee be appointed to visit all organizations and urge the regular attendance of delegates and a close affiliation Upon motion the suggestion WAS adopted and the President named Miss1 Mary Sheridan and James B Kelly asia John J Score as such com mittee They were authorized to select others to accompany them when neces saryThe union decided by unanimous vote to make Secretary Cooney a handsome present upon his return from his wedding trip Dr J W Fowler will procure the gift and make the presentation which will be a just recognition of fie services of the Secretary which have been ardu ous and exacting Now that the union has met id the different sections of the city many favor the securing of permanent quarters for future meetings The Executive Com mittee was requested to procure a suit able hall centrally locatdand there is a probability that they will recommend the selection of St Marys on Eighth street This committee wilt also invite a prominent speaker to address the next meeting which will be held at Mackin Council club house on Thursday Feb ruary 28- Mackin Council was thanked for its kind treatment of the delegates who received and accepted an invitation to meet In March with Satolli Council There were many manifestations of satisfaction at the succeSs of the meeting and hereafter a record will be kept and transmitted to all organizations showing what delegates are attending This will result in the displacement of those who are continually absent The names of several prominent geiA tleinen haVe already beets meaiionedfbr deleateafrom Louisville FORTYOURSS The forty hours devotion will be held at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway beginning at the high maw at 10 tomorrow med ckwiug Tuesday monting iRP WAit will be M iUdby a riUmb t of ctotgy sac u sad dowbttem liege tnuaben will nttead Lbs rvtaetod rmif the eer- eut of bolT I T L 1 l f SONU THE POPE A sppg for the PAjefor the royal Pope Who rulesfroB ea to sea i Whose kingdom c sceptre Can never fail I What a grandJdld King is hel No warrior hord hath be with their swords vIi His rock bulli I rone to guard For against it the gates of hell shall war In vain as they ever have warred 3 J Great dynasties4k like flowers of the fieldtGreat empires vi ithcr and fall Glories there havcen that blazed to theto ifTheyt that is all But there Is the gr sat old Roman See- The ruins of car h among Young with the t uth of its early prime With the strong lh of Peter strong Qver all tile orb in lland more true Than our own pi iJCatholic land Through ages of b ood to the Rock hath pTrueOhIneer may this trSt Patrick set- On her radiant b pw decay 1 Hurrah for the grahd old Catholic isle For the grand 61 l Pope hurrah I 1 tDr Murray S S FRANKFORT News of Relglous f and Social Dof ngsttt the State Cajtital Wf Special Letter tojthe Kentucky Irish AtnOrican1- FRANKKOHTiKvJanuary nFriday night last the nonQatholic mission con laded by Father ounau the eloquent and learned PauUst missionary closed with a special seriion to the Catholic young men of tliacity in which the zealous father urged all to join some good Catholic sodtety particularly the Young Mens Institute of which bespoke very highly The nonCathollc swell as the Catho lic mission was a g eat success in point of attendance and Possible converts to lie true religion On Thursday trig tof last week Father Younau delivered s illustrated lecture on India The C ferch of the Good Shepherd was cfcj nlcd until standing room was hardly i Sulable long before the commencemerii the lecture which was immensely ei red by the large audience present 5 Younan eby step Father carried hi 1bouml audience i i thr b i I J elpe- opie frouui hue lowest classes to the royal families their habits dress and habitation were graphically described and whets the end was reached and a lifelike picture of Father Younan was thrown upon the canvas great applause burst forth which went to show that the splendid lecture was heartily enjoyed by the large audience It is possible that he may return in the fall and repeat his lecture in the Opera House Father Younau made many very pleasant acquaintances while in Frankfort who will be ghdto learn of his possible return Most delightful entertainments are contemplated by Lambert Council during the mouth of February Next week a smoker will be given the members and their friends For the following week a mask ball is being considered and a progressive euchrcTiiiul dance will probably close the sochskttsaut on the 19th until after Lent The local lodge B 10 E are work ing zealously to make their minstrels on February 18 a grand success Everything indicates that their hopes will be realized and the entertainment promises to be the best exhibition ever given in Frankfort Large numbers ofvisiting Elks from Lex ington1 Georgetown and Louisville are expected to attend- A delightful impromptu dance was given Monday evening by members of the E S C at Y M L hall in honor of several charming young lady visitors in this city Among those present who en joyed a pleasant evening were Messrs Will IlJckey and J 6 Humphreys Georgetown iOtis Waller and Ezi 4 rid dler Lawrenceburg J L ParkeD and Mr Chapman Lexington i Frank Thompson Will Lutkemeier Joe Gayle John Meagher Alvin Jutt Emmet Noonan Hugh Finnell James Shaw Frankfort i Misses Daisy and Eleanor Oliver Jessie ODell Lawrenceburg Freda Weissenberg Julia and Sallle Sho walter Rose Salender Mayme Winkler Mary Baker of Eminence and Miss Staf ford Col Pat OBrien left last week for a three weeks trip to Hot Springs Ark for his health which has been failing for several months D J1 MCNAMAUA s I ST CECILIAS NEW SCHOOL I St Ceciliad congregation is growing to such proportions as to need more room Recently the church and schoolrooms were thoroughly renovated the pastorhas ah assistant and more teachers were required in the school But the school rooms Beciiwetoo small for the increasing sciidlaraand a new buildingI of two llarge rooms ya erected ItVas finished last weekiai A on Monday will be occupied with tv 4 additional teachers itf charge The Wud is developing and St JCecilia Til keeping apace Therrogtowqch1h 1 of a few years ago iis a tnlugof tMlt jobouiI lucre against the government W Swould you advise me to rtaij UdNee ws N oily so its- syg C- j NEW MEN PlacedI In Ofllce hy the Central Labor Vision Sunday Afternoon Gus Kline of the Pattern Makers Led All For PresidentS Unable to Finish All Its Bush ness Will Meet Feb ruary 9 URGE NUMBER OF NEW DELEGATES Owing to the interest taken in the an usual election of officers there was a full attendance of delegates at last Sundays meeting of the Central Labor Union nearly one hundred votes being cast in the race for the Presidency The proceedings while at times somewhat excit 1hug were harmonious throughout and when the adjournment took place there were indications that all differences had been settled and the central body can move forward without friction There were five candidates for the lres idency but Gus Kline of the Pattern makers Union led from the start and was elected by a handsome majority In each case the election of the successful candidate was made unanitnous The meeting was called to order at the regular hour by President John Fuchs who presided with his usual dignity maintaining the best of order and deciding all points promptly and satisfactorily After the reading and approval of the minutes the Credentials Committee reported favorably upon the following del egates who were obligated and seated Pavers and Rammers Thomas Ken nedy John Cosgrove Gus Henry Cigarmakers Louis Kiefer John Bohn Ben Sand Matt Schupp Aug Ruter William Beck Herman Christen Federal Labor UnionJames McGill William Pool Charles Peetz Typographia Charles Gertb Charles Schmuck Bookbinders John Rankin William Mamtnell William Hegenauer W Reutz CarpentersWilliam Wathen J M French William Percefull H S Hoff man J B Buchanan I F Jones PatternmakersAug Kline Warwick Sullivan Thomas Ausbrook Waiters Henry Schweizer Christian Maas W Glove- rStereotypersJames Looncy Fred Burkel Hugo Lelzah Horseshoers John Nicoulin James Roberts Christ Schley Musicians Anton Huber Paul Mueller Henry Schweitzer Sheet Metal WorkersJ W Kember IL J Wagner George Detteman Bartenders Fred Schwenker Victor Feller Harry Shelton Press Feeders and Helpers John Schneider William Feldkamp Richatd BlinkerVABeer Drivers Frank Porzig MachinistsA G Smiths Street RailWay Employes Charles Wood Communications were received and filed from the American Federation of Labor and th per capita tax for 1901 was paid Alsofrom St Louis advising working men of the trouble existing between the Hegel Milling Company and organized labor Another was from the iron molders of Erie asking the assistance of all unions in the bitter struggle the molders are having with the manufacturers of the Radiant Home stoves which are being vigorously boycotted Some parties have been writing mali cious letters concerning the Frank Fehr Brewing Company and its attitude toward organized labor which has caused a dis agreement in Memphis This was made known to the Central Labor Union through President Fehr and the entire matter was referred to the Grievance Committee with instructions to act at1 once The annual reports of the officers were of a very satisfactory character and notwithstanding the heavy expense incurred in entertaining the American Federation of Labor all outstanding claims have been paid with a small balance on hand There ore more unions upw represented than ever before The hour for the election of officers having arrived President Fuchs appointed Messrs Roth Bohn and Stein metz tellers There were no additional nominations and the following were the successful candidates President Gus J Klein Pattern makersVice President William Jacobs Street Car Motormen Corresponding Secretary Humphrey Knecht Typographia Recording Secretary James Loonejy StereotyperaVFinancial Secretary Charles Peetz Federal Labor Union- TreasprerWihliaun n n Sathien5Crpen ters Union vS rgeantatArms Nelaoal Greets cot ored Tobacco Work r DirectorsJams 8 RobtrU Jaitiee Mc 0411 Htrtnan Okrirtm Jofctf Young and WWM Pools tf4f The officers were installed by President Fuchs all making short but appropriate addresses Upon motion a rising vote of thanks was tendered the retiring officers for their efficient services The proposed amendment to meet twice a month was laid on the table but it was deemed necessary to meet Sunday Feb ruary 9 in order to complete the business that has accumulated State Organizer Louis Kiefer announced his readiness to assist the unorganized informing unions throughout the city and State SOCIAL CANDY PULLING Raising Funds For the Sacred Heart Parochial School The ladies of the Sacred Heart church congregation will entertain their friends at St Peters Hall Seventeenth and Southgate streets on the afternoon and evening of February 13 with a social candy pulling the proceeds to be devoted to the Sacred Heart parochial school Recently Rev Father Walsh has se cured additional teachers for the school which is now recognized as firstclass in all respects and this pleasant entertain ment is given for the purpose of meeting the increased expenses The affair of last year was most enjoyable both for young and oldand St Peters Hall was secured for the accommodation of the large throngs that are sure to attend At a meeting of the ladles the following were elected to have charge of the social all being well known workers in the in terest of the parochial school President Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer Vice lresldentMrs thomas Ryan SecretaryMrs Tony Norton TreasurerMrs James Tighe The foregoing will be assisted by other popular ladies of the Sacred Heart church congregation and this years entertainment will surpass any heretofore given of the same character The tickets of admission have been placed at the small sum of ten cents and besides the candy there will be a number of desirable articles to be disposed of among the friends of the ladies who have the candy pulling in charge- S S MINSTRELS Two Performances by Mem bers of Trlnlty Coun QlljyM r Trinity Council Y M I has completed the progtamuie for Its grand minstrel show which will be given at Trinity Hall w Sunday and Thursday evenings February 10 aud 14 the performance on the latter night to be followed by a com plimentary ball and reception The entertainment is under the per sonal management of Theo Kreiger and the company includes the leading fun makers of the city There will be eight endmen and the opening medley will be augmented by a large and well trained chorus The first part will be followed by a number of pleasing specialties and a couple of amusing original farce come dies introducing nearly all the promi nent members of Trinity Council Rehearsals have been going on for some time past and a more finished or upto date minstrel show than this will prove to be is not on the road today The entire programme will be given next week This event Js arousing more interest than anything that has taken place in the East End this season and a brilliant social success seems assured POPULAR OFFICIAL- Recently much favorable comment has been made upon the excellent service rendered throughout the city where gaso line lamps only are used This branch of the local government was never better conducted than at present owing to the zeal and industry of Assistant Inspector Patrick OKeefe who sees that all such lamps are kept in proper order and promptly lighted This explains his great popularity and the frequent sug gestion of his name for a snore responsi ble position FOR fHE POOR St Josephs Aid Society of St Cecilias church have worked faithfully relieving the wants of the poor and the recent cold snap requiring more fuelll clothing and food has exhausted their funds The poor will need aid during the winter and the ladies call on the public to assist in the good work They will give a euchre next Friday afternoon and even ing at Mackin Council Hall Twentysixth neat Slevin Take West Main street cars The society is principally composed of young ladies who deserve encouragement in their work of charity S CATHOLIC CHURCH The Catholic church is a city to which avenues lead from every side toward which ways of strict investigation by tbe mprediversified roads by the thorny and rugged ways of strict investigation by the more flowery paths of sentiment and feeling but arrived at its precincts all find that there is but one gate whereby t e1may enter but one door to the sheepfoldtiarrOw and long perhaps aud Busing flesh and blood to stoop in passing itj Metii may wander about iits Outlktrtsltheym Y admire the goodli and of Its bulwarks but tty al not Ue deniens and chil dress If they enternot by that cue gate of absultite unooaiIaaLl1hlq4l fa tM- elI tssclip tbiehtre ccMkobc 8sa COUNTY BOAR Makes Progress Toward Celebration ofSt Pst ricks Day J Frank G Cunningham Co to Make the Principal AddressS Miss Josephine Hocrtz and Bee Mullarkoy to lie Soloists INVITATIONS MOW BEING P- All the members of the County of Directors of the Ancient Order bernians were present at thewc called by President Keenan and tary Meehan for Monday night to reports and make further arrange for the fitting observance of the versary of Irelands patron saint 171Treasurer John Mulloy reported Macauleys Theater had been securi the occasion also that Prank G niiighaui formerly of this city buttlocated in St Louis and who will membered for his excellent portra the character of Robert Emmet a Temple Theater last year had be lected and would deliver the addrij the evening This will be welcome to the thousands of friends in this ci Mr Cunningham who was one of villcs most popular young men there is no doubt that he will begs by an audience that will overflow house f The pleasing announcement was ithat Miss Josephine Hoertz and f Dee Mullarkey would be theprincip loists Miss Hoertz is the daugbt Hon Jacob Hoertz and is regarded 01 of Louisvilles most promising c She Is possessed of a voice of extra ary sweetness and power and is desl to occupy a high position in the mu world Miss Mullarkey is too well ki to need any introduction to the re of the Kentucky Irish American Hibernians are to be congratulated- sccuringthia i nfiris uafLwp Q Costigau also consent to appear Ire songs will be sung as ney r befo Louisville and will make thlsy event one long to be remembered Among others who will appear Master Tommy Keenan Will Con and Tommy Clines whose specia have made great hits on former occost The foregoing is only a portion of programme that will be presented 0 equally good numbers are being arrai for dad will be announced in the future For this years celebration invita are now being printed After they been issued the sale of seats will b at John Mulloys 645 Fourth ave probably about February l15 and tj applying first will get choice of which will be reserved all for twe five cents This plan wasi1 q tedbf Hibernians for the purpose of ma- St Patricks day Celebrattqn popular within the reach of all v s 5 PLANS NEARLY READY The plans for the new St Edvy Hospital which Will be erected in Albany this summer ate almost c pleted the architect being expect have them ready next week after w bids will be received and the conti awarded It is hoped to hive structure ready for occupancy before when New Albany will have a B needed firstclass hospital t f JUDGE NICK VAUGHN The numerous friends of Judge Vaughn are urging hfm to becomea didate for Prosecuting Attorney of City Court and the sentiment in his j has become so strong that he can hi refuse to make the race Judge Vat has been filling the position since illness of William Thurman with et satisfaction to bar and public His lection for the position was made at suggestion of the latter who is still able to resume the responsible duti the office HELL DO Hell do said a gentleman j sively speaking of an office boy whi been in his employ but a single day What makes you thinlcso1 1 Because he gives up so entirely to task in hand watched him while swept the office and although apn slots with three or four brass battda i went by the office while he1aaiaj- be paid no attention to it but swept as if the sweeping of that room WM only thing of any consequence on G earth at that time Then I Mt bin addressing some envelopes and althofl there were a lot of picture paper a other papers on the dedk at which he he paid no attention but kept right addressing those Envelopes until the I one ot themwas one Hell do beet heiis thorough aiid in dead earnest ab everything mjjxv You may tuaturIlbe a very smart tson you may be so gifted that 50 do aluxxit1 anything but all that yoa will lack perfodtoa if you do aot with all Jot tewt ud strength KF NJUCKY I IRIa AM2RIcAwr MTUGKY IRISH ftMERIGftN IININNNNNNIIIINNNI to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans Wll lIAM M IIIOGI11Jt PubUber RIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered mt the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter 4 2 i11 CoudHHkallenitotfae KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31t Weit three Street VIlXK KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2 1901 THE SUNDAY CRAZE j bre are all kinds of crazes but lately we are afflicted with one at a time and only period fThey however prove none s a nuisance though in this they are tolerable and some i amusing Religion is essen 6 morality and devout church I charity workers are beneficial mmunity observance of Sun j respect for religious service Hue regard for morality are in nsable to the peace and well of all people the absence of denotes vulgarity and de by But in all things religion morals i not excepted there are msiasts cranks is the more ijhpn term People become soI ed with zeal in their special e as to imagine and assert dire inity to all mankind unless their theory is adopted and enforced te letter Ice the quack with his cure for leeases they have the one pur for the morals and salvation of ii These people are generally re and earnest but their as jtiori of right is based on narrow selfish lines ignoring the fact 0 tiiprp are others just as sincere earnest wit o er ideas and aright and that the enforce t of law on such basis would be justice to all but the one class conflict with the principle of trican Government which is for greatest good for the greatest aber though upholding morals ce and respect for all sacred gs fc oreign churchmen visiting this itry are shocked at what seems i iem the loose not to say irre us manner of Sunday observ and regard for religion gener by the American people and xpress themselves in writings sermons Their opinions find JMTseuient among a small element your people but are simply red by the majority of Amer j j Not that the American peo re irreligious or lacking in re It for or observance of Sunday i religion Despite the judg it of critics based on prescribed V the American people more any other respect Sunday and ion and morals Statistics eit and the critics would ik it did they investigate their countries a little closer and- re the piety and morals of own people with that of the tricans During the past year i reverend gentlemen toured- codntrylecturing on subjects iking publiceligion and mor and idsa fact that conditions their countries indicate more for their appeals though per 0 IeM money to the lecturers in this country But we have is country people too anxious glieve the statements and adopt theories of fbreifMrs if they to coincide with pet theo ifinn peofte are neither Jt c + irreligious nor immoral We of course have classes of people who must be restrained to good behavior in these matters as in others for their own good and the peace of the community But even these laws are not intended to establish or enforce any ones particular belief of what is religion and morals Sunday is observed in this country according to the conscience of the individual and the law can not in terfere so long as ones conduct is not such as to disturb the peace or interfere with others Immoral or criminal conduct is illegal at all times and what is not generally denounced by law at any time iis hardly illegal on Sunday The courts have usually decided along the most liberal lines on these 9 questionsTo who believe in the devout and qniet Sunday observ ance the theater open parks base ball and other diversions indulged in by thousands of the city folk on Sunday are undoubtedly shocking but they are neither wrong nor immoral True they are a viola tion of the letter of the Sunday law but the enforcement of the law if it suppressed these amusements aiould undoubtedly workagreat hardship perhaps lead to worse practices and certainly not in crease the number of devout observers of Sunday People must have recreation in these days of busy turmoil and they will take on the only available daySunday and they do so with none the less of respect for the day The en forcement of religion by law will result in no proselytes among the American people- SHOWING THEM HOW It seems to take the American to show people how to do things The American does a thing thoroughly or not at all no halfway limit for him Even in the mourning and funeral demonstrations honoring the late Queen in England the American is prominently mani festto the front as usual Mourning is general throughout Great Britain but the way it is manifested shows the methodica- lwayourgrandfathersdid and econ omy manner of the Englishman in everything The small dealers and shopkeepers put up the shut ters of their show windows the larger stores nail a strip of black board across the window the resi dences close down the blinds only the wealthy and nobility display black drapery and that in scant quantity This is the English way of indicating mourning undoubtedly sincere but to the Anerica n crude and stinted The Americannot as a reflection or rebuke to English custom for no American would be guilty of such improprietyshow their re spect for the deceased Queen as Americans in the American way and everywhere they attract atten tion and praiset In the heart of Londons business center the branch louse of an American firmis draped- in black from the pinnacle of its clockl tower to the sidewalk dn the Thames river in fulllview of of th ratin str of LODdon Eresidence oars su tlhilr the fntfor bOfwl fiTAt drive down to the road and the arched gate are covered with black drapery and in the yard the American flag is at halfmast And so it is not only in England but throughout the British empire the American has shown his liberal spirit for the customs and sympathy for the bereavement of the people his neighborsin a manner indicating the distinctive American character that all admire some envy but none can understand The gambling issue presents some queer phases Now the Western Union Telegraph Company is in dicted as an accessory for furnish ing race reports to the pool rooms This is regarded by some as a step in the right direction but it will amount to nothing even if it stands since the gamblers can easily ar range to get the reports otherwise than from the telegraph company It is doubtful if the telegraph com pany can be convicted It is a char tered corporation to serve the pub lic but is not authorized to judge of the morals or inquire into the purpose of its patrons before serv ing them Besides the pool room proprietors have not been convicted of conducting an unlawful business and finally a court that can not convict the principals in a criminal offense is not likely to do much with an accessory This move looks like another scheme for evading the main issue and gaining time the pool rooms in the meantime run ning as usual The preliminary of the Mayoralty campaign is on thus early and it is amusing to note the shuffling of the various political factions and newspapers to lineup for the candi date they think will win All seem to have a string tied somewhere and there seems to be a general fear and uncertainty about a dark horse from they dont know where The respective aspirants and theiri friends will move cautiously for quite awhile but when the cam paign does open it promises to be V ry jyarm=the hottest 4 the city has ever experienced RECENT DEATHS Mrs Matilda Howell ari aged and re spected resident of the southern part of the city passed away Thursday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs Sam uels Taylor boulevard She was seventy six years old and the cause of her deaths attributed to her advanced age The funeral services were held at Holy Name church Thursday morning Rev Father OConnor officiating at tile solemn and impressive services The obsequies were largely attended The news of the death of James B Queenan which occurred late Thursday afternoon at his home 1616 Brook street came as a great shock to flit many friends and acquaintances of a Highly respected and popular young gentleman For some years Mr Queenan has been a valued l representative of the great wholesale dry goods house of f M Robinson Norton Co on Main street The funeral arrangements were not completed at the time of going torpress but will be announced in the dailypapers Miss Mary Hains the beloved daughter of John Hains died at the home of her parents 2139 Rowan streets Tuesday morning Just budding into woman hood her unexpected taking off caused inexpressible grief to her numerous friends and acquaintances Though only twenty years old she had acquired a charm of manner and disposition that made her a great favorite Her funeral took place from St Cecilia church Thursday morning Rev Father Brady officiating at the solemn services We regret to announce the death of Miss Katie Enright which occurred at the residence of her parents 1617 Maga zine street last Sunday morning She was a sister of Officer Enright and was very popular among her circle of acquaintances Miss Enright wan fifteen years old and her unexpected demise was- a sad blow to her father and mother and- a shock to the friends of her family The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church Tuesday morning Rev rather Walsh being the celebrant of the requiem mass Another old and respected resident was lost to the West End last Saturday by the death of Mrs Katherine Quinn who died at St Joseph Infirmary from the effects of an operation for appendicitis The deceased lady was the mother of Officer John Quinn and leaves six other grown children to mourn her loss Mrs Quinn came to this city from Ireland many years ago and with her late husband Michael Quinn resided at 1640 Twenty third street The funeral which took place Tuesday morning from St Charles churCh waa conducted byrRev Charles brand the largel attendance of l- Idtv e and friends showed the high tstitna tioa in which she was told Father R fibs funeral sermon oaf bk aud reatlw and had a visible tffjttt on =sbo filled the church wlfi JlC GJiA td SOCI fV Mrs C W Kavanaugh of Lawrence burg is the guest of friends in this city J W ONeill was among this weeks arrivals from Louisville at West Baden Springs Frank G Cunningham will be here tomorrow from St Louis to visit a num ber of his friends J L D Murray a well known Lexing toniati arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit of a few days Miss Beatrice Lawson who has been the guest of Miss Alice May left with her Monday for Bloomfield Miss Etta Hayes was honored with a delightful reception yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ewing Eaches Louis Haas who has been quite 111 at his home on Portland avenue for the past two weeks is reported as now convales cent Mrs Florence Kelly of New York was the guest of honor at an Informal reception given Tuesday eveningby Miss Anderson The Jeffersonville Dancing Euchre Club was entertained Thursday even ing in a charming manlier by Miss Cor nelia Burke Misses Anita Muldoon and Minnie Hilliard are spending the week with friends in Milwaukee where both are very popular Mrs Harriet Osborne gave an enjoya ble euchre Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Eliza Dean an attractive visitor from St Louis V The Misses Hayes entertained a number of their friends from this city 1last Sunday evening at their beautiful home at Pleasure Ridge Park The condition of Miss Anna Keefe who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past couple of weeks still remains unimproved Mrs Teresa Joyce has arrived home after a pleasant visit ofseveral months duration with Mrs Joyce and Mrs Ed Williams at Memphis Tenn Miss Julia Hardie of Frankfort who is visiting Mrs John Goodman has been quite ill with grip foij several days but her recovery now seems assured Steve Reed the welf known Louisville Nashville fireman who was taken seriously ill last week has been removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Miss Mary Hartledge end Frank At wood were the winners of the handsome prizes at Mackin Co ccllseuchre Thurs day Eight r leasplendid attend tJ It tp The many friends ofihA M Grief In this city and Paducah will learn with regret that he has fallen a victim of the grippe though his condition is not now serious a- Miss Mayme Mullaney who was seriously ill with diphtheria is now improving rapidly and will soon be able to be out greatly to the joy of her host of friends George Gathofs many friends were glad to welcome him back to the store of Gathof Brothers this week after a pro tracted illness at his home 1516 West Madison street Mr John Fitzgibbon Miss Nellie Beatrice and Maurice Fitzgibbon have returned to their home in Shelbyville after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Thomas P Dignan il25 Seventh street Miss Elizabeth Connelly of Jefferson ville is visiting Misses Maggie and Anna Coyne at Asheville N C The Misses Coyne are the charming daughters of Col Joe Coyne the well known con tractor Michael McGillicuddy employed at Averys and well known in Catholic and Irish societies is reported quite sick at his home on Duncan street There are none but who will hope for his speedy recovery John Raidy well known in connectiot with the District Messenger Company who has been confined to his home on West Main street for the past two months is now suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism and his friends will regret to learn that his condition is improving very slowly Misses Lettie and Alice Gilligan two of Nashvilles most popular society girls who have been visiting friends in this city left for their home the first part of the week During their stay here several entertainments were given in their honor and they added largely to their list of ad mirers f Charles Deans infant daughter Dora Elizabeth and the infants of Bunch Horn and Joe Flaherty were christened Sunday by Rev John OConnel at St Augus tines church Jeffersonville The first one is thought to be the first arrival in Jeffersonville in the twentieth century It was bore January Miss Alice Murphy a popular young lady of the West Eadwho has been suffering since Christmas from a severe attack of pneumoniai and for two weeks was regarded as in amoat critical condition is now convalescing at tier home 1923 Bank street and her hosts of friends are rejoiced over hertproBiised speedyre covery Miss Sara C Kee a aadMD Casper prominent young p afle of Cannelton Iad were married rednesday morning at Holy TriakyaOs kwUc church New A1baY by the t O H MOM O- fCaaMlt awl fee RtV Father Cell The p oarW t young t attorney of Perry coupty and the bride is a leader in Cannelton society They have a wide circle of friends and acquaintances to whom the news of the wedding was a great surprise After the ceremony a reception was tendered the bridal party at the home of Mr and Mrs H G Koettcr 818 Past Elm street Rev Edmund Obrccht Abbot of Geth I hisICathedral While in the city he visited Messrs Joseph and Michael Herrmann between whom and Father Obrecht t there has long existed a close and warm I friendship I Prank Hogans friends in Jeffersonville are congratulating him upon hisappoint ment to the assistant chief clerkship In the auditing department of the American Car and Foundry Company For the past year he held a clerkship with the Pennsplvania Railroad Company in Jeffersonville which he resigned to accept his present more responsible and remunerative position Master Jamie Sexton entertained ia crowd of his little playfellows last Tues day afternoon the occasion being his ninth birthday Those present were Willie Reilly Johnnie Doolan Davie and Ray Owens Jefferson Williams Eddie Toomey Willie Burke Eddie Houlihan Joe Sullivan and Paul Schnell Jamie Sexton and Ray Owens sang a duet entitled Playmates which was much enjoyed Eugene Cooney well known in local railway circles and a prominent young man of the East End and Miss Anna Schwaniger a popular and attractive young lady the daughter of Joseph Schwaniger 607 West Chestnut were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at St Marys church Rev Father West erman tying the nuptial knot Both young people have a large circle of friends and acquaintances in this city Immediately after the ceremony they left for the East where they are now spend ing their honeymoon They will return February 25 after which they will be at home to their friends at 004 East Jeffer son street The members of Trinity Council are enjoying a good laugh at the expense of the jolly and goodnatured advance agent One evening last week the absence of Andy Kieffer was notedand when announcement was made that he was accompanied across the river by one of the agents close friends the latter emptied his pockets and bet one Strous berg all he had the rumor was unfounded Joe Piazza was made stakeholder and referee But before the bet could be decided it was necessary to make a trip to the Fourteenthstreet depot to meet the couple Arriving too late they were compelled to go further west when it was revealed that the story was well founded Several who had been let into the affair declare it was amusing to see the loser seeking the deserted streets and drsconsolatelymaking his way home The story was to good to keep but Tom says he profited by the experien- ceTHEATRICALS Will Nankeville the composer and singer is now the sole owner of Haver leys Mastodon Minstrels which appear at the Avenue next week This means that the vocal department of the new company is something out of the ordinary and contains voices of rare richness The company is a large one and will be seen in all its splendor An announcement that is calculated to please the devotees of burlesque and vaudeville is that of the coming of May Howard and her own big extravaganza company to the Buckingham next week commencing with the regular matinee Miss Howard is the brightest star of the burlesque stage and she is always sur rounded by a company strong in quantity and quality This will be her first and only appearance here this season The production ofliThe Jilt by the Meffert Eagle Stock Company as the offering for next week will bean event of great interest and attractiveness to the patrons of the Temple Thiaer This play which is one of Bovtcicaults cleverest and most popular has never been presented here at popular prices and its production here will mark the first time it was ever attempted by a stock com pany It will not only be one of the greatest novelties of the season but at the same time one of the most enjoyable The ladles attending Monday evening will receive souvenir photographs of Mr Wayne who has become very popular with Temple patrons The vaudeville features will be first class and include A H Knoll and Marie McNeal noted cornet duettists and soloists the Garn ellas Dick and Maud in a great sketch and the wonderful polyscope with more new pictures REGRET HIS ILLNESS The many friends of popular Nick Sheridan will regret to learn that he has been unable to be out for several days on account of illness Though confined to his home in the West End his physi cians predict his speedy recovery INSURANCE In this issue will be found the annual talemeut of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky which shows it one of the strongest and best in the business It is a home institution and is prepared to give its patrons better and fairer treatment than outside concerns those contemplating insurance or safe monetary investments should consider the Kentucky Mutual first JAre you going to wear that necktie I gape you on Christmas inquired Mr leektons wjfe Of course I am Hen rietta I was saving IL Im going to illegteeuwcuJJt weksm and smoke one of those birthday cIpn yon gave BM all at ODCti e f JOB IMS PRINTING I The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to do the best ofJob Printing such as SETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS CARDS ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS All work executed promptly in firstclass style Give fs Your Order and Help Us Grow 7 KENTUCKY I IRISH AMERICAN i 326 WEST GREEN ST ENDS and 5PENCER Bxpert PresldrntEducates Young 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and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS At BROR1NG Dt D St PROPRIETOR DUNIGANS SeventeenYear Old Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for family use 600 per gallon- N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE FOR THE KENTUCKYIRISH AMERICAN IT IS Wih r GROWING RAPIDLY AND DESERVES HEARTY SUPPORT ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044A AA v ROGER MMWines Liquors And Cigars COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT N W Cor 2lit and Portland v 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTsAc Anrono aendlnt aketeh and decrlptlon mar Quickly uctrtun our opinion tree w ether an tlonetrlctlyeonddenllalItandbookonlatenUlent receltedsckiitlilc flmericatt A handiorael Illustrated weekly Jjireci elr culttlon of any iicientlfle Journal Terms M a Tear foarmonthiil Sold brail nowidMlenI NEWYUNN1A-rk Branch OMee r StWbtllJltoU DINKY SflUOON J EiICKH Y Prop CIQARSrS Bter FMMtitk sal Matt ANT nFlrstdaas gents for ouroJfnaryalld industrial department None but Intel liMnt and capable wen need apply CoBiaalwionapid daily f INVB8TMKNT CO aLB TraIt ii r J t o 1 y w 11 1 JwAT1tIit 1 i j 1 iff FOR THE iff 1 HIBERNIANSg tONt t ST PATRICK S NIGHT SUNDAY MARCH 17 19O1 f1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past 1VeckOenerai- News Notes There arc 2000 members of the order in County Tyrone Ireland Division 31 of the Ladies Auxiliary was recently instituted in Boston Major McBride late of the Transvaal Irish Brigade is delivering lectures in the Eastern States The order is demanding representation in all Nationalist conventions to be here after held in Ireland Dancing parties are a favorite enter tainment of the Ladies Auxiliaries throughout the Western States The Ludwig concert under the auspices of the St Paul Hibernians last Monday night was very largely attended The Boston Globe has a voting contest to determine the most popular lady mem ber of the Ladles Auxiliary The prize will be a trip to Washington The gentlemen having in charge the euchre and dance to be given by Division 4 after Easter are hard at work They will issue their cards next week The recent entertainment and reception of the Houston Hibernians was a grand triumph for theotder in Texas The ladles also took prominent parts About 500 members gather atthe recent twentyfifth anniversary ofDivi sion 11 of Providence A varied and interesting programme was rendered The county officers of the order in Syracuse will direct their attention soon to the formation of another division and possibly two more auxiliaries for the ladiesMembers of Division 12 of Springfield Mass are planning to erect a building for their use and for purposes of rental and a committee has been appointed to look up a suitable site It is now reported that the National Hibernian will be issued from Washington and that members will receive copies about February 15 The first issue will contain the national directory of the orderSince the project of building a Hiber nian hall has been advanced the mem bers of Division 4 have taken it up enthusiastically and say if necessary they will build one for their own imme diate use in the neighborhood where so many of their recruits come from Limer ickRemember that Division 3 meets in its new quarters at Nineteenth and Portland avenue Monday evening President John Cavanaugb Secretary Pat Sullivan and the other officers are looking for a big reunion of the members that evening None of the other divisions meet before February 6 GRAINQER ANNOUNCES Charles F Grainger Chairman of the Board of Public Works has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomina- tIon for Mayor He has served as Presi dent of the Board of Aldermen and has much experience in municipal affairs Other aspirants for the position may now be expected to declare themselves Several have ambition to fill the Mayors chair during the coming four years PEARLS That man is great who rises to the emergencies of the occasion and becomes master of the situation SherIf you had nq idea when we could get married why did you propose to me- tlieTo tell the truth darling I had no idea you would accept me Why cant somebody give us a list of things which everybody thinks and nobody says and another list of things that everybody says and nobody thinks Mrs Maincbance CsenUmentaliy declare darling you hold the umbrella over me just as carefully as you did in our courting daysmore carefully if anything Mr Mainchauce prosaically I dldn t have tobuy your millinery in those days Myrtilla An English tourist driving along a country roadin Ireland drew the drivers attention to a wretched tatterdemalion What a shocking thing it is be said I to 9fe a Wan in such raga and misery Begorra then ye honor replied the driver with the characterise Irish de sire to put a good face on everything thetsnotfrom poverty et all at afl ttot truth to that the rasp to tiatteotoe tbckMm a tailor in the country oak Me teapttetftlMhte naMNM f f w I CE LEMMON D II RUSSELL President SectyTreas e OLD TIMES WHISKYIS THE BEST SOLV DIRECTJ TO THE DEALERIN INONE ONEAND ANDFIVE BARRELLOTS AGE kND- QUALiTY GUARAN TEED OED TIMES DISTILLERY CCO OFFICE 126 E Main Street Louisville Ky TELEPHONR 28- 56REDMONDI1 Extracts From His Vex fortl Speech 011 YictorinH Death I ExplaiuH Why So Little Sor row Is Shown in Ireland r ly Her Reign the Most Disastrous Daring the Lust Three Centuries jj HOW TO MAKE IRELAND CONTENTED John Redmond Chairman of the United Irish League and leader of the Nationalists in the English Parliament addressed the Nationalists of Wexford last Sunday and in that portion of his speech referring to the death of Queen Victoria said All the world assembled in London not in triumph but in sorrow around the bier of her who to English peoplent least will live in history as a great constitutional sovereign But Ireland was absent Ireland of all her empire stood apart sullen and dissatisfied Ask your English rulers why It is not because the Irish race is hard of heart and cold of nature it is not because of any want of respect for the personal vir tues of the 1lady from whose weary hand the scepter of power is snatched by death It is because the reign which is just closed has been for Ireland aad all the Irish race more disastrous than any reign in 300 years During this reign a million ala half of our people have perished by famine five millions have emigrated to other lands f Under the sway of this monarch there have been forty coertion acts depriving Ireland of her constitutional rights What has converted Canada from a land of rebellion io a happy colony would transform Ireland tomorrow from a disaf fected to a contented laud II Almost every hat this season k ocna mented by a long narrow bucks tbrougb which a toft fold of velvet ailtt W same airy material1fa etTlle dtfarwlvat sad tulle toque1rlth roUing ah mot every in Unc adoru d tt and cutdji dfcaitMd on UM totem ftwrt IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Paul J Madden for many years member of the Cork Town Council of which he was Mayor in 1885 and 188G died re cently He had been in failing health for the last year He was director of the Munster and Leinster Bank and the Cork Gas Company The firm of Cow McNally have been very successful recently in the raising of coal adjacent to Coal island After spend ing a large amount of money in boring operations in the townland of Derry they discovered a splendid seam of coal which will recoup them treble for their outlay Lady Charlotte Fitzgerald eldest daughter of the Earl of Dunraven and Mount Earl died Wednesday morning at Adare Manor the Earls seat in Adare County Limerick She gave birth to a l son January 20 and was supposed to be doing well Her death was quite unexpectedThe of a member of the Limerick Corporation for the Shannon ward took place recently The contest turned mainly on the question of the Mayoralty which will be decided shortly Michael Collins was the nominee of the present Mayors supporters He was de feated by Martin Leahy i President of the TypUgfaphtcalSociefyT A fatal accident occurred to the Rev F Hearon of Kilcommon It appears that the deceased gentleman was driving to attend a sick call when his car was overturned at a sharp bend in the road with the result that he was thrown violently forward and his head coming inJJ contacc with a sharp stone he received injuries which proved fatal soon after wardsArklow is again threatened with its old euemy the shallowness of the bar As a result of the recent gales saud has ac cumulated on the bar and ships are unable to get into the port owing to the shallowness of the place This entails the use of lighters in the unloading of vessels and at present all that can be done is to wish for a change of wind attended by the shifting of the sand that blocks the way With regret we chronicle the death at an advanced age of the Rev Joseph Mur phy of the Cork diocese Heartfelt sym pathy was universally felt at the demise of the reverend gentleman not only byI his brothers in the sacred ministry but by the citizens of Cork in which city by tar the best part of the eighty years of his life was spent Rev Father Murphy was a native of the city where he was born in the early years of the century and he was a member of a well known Cork family Hon William Duffy recently elected member of Parliament for South Galway is but thirtyfive years old bnt he has done a vast amount of good work for the Irish national causer He was born at Loughrea and educated at St Brendans Seminary lie is Honorary Secretary of the South Galway Executive Committee of the United Irish League and Honorary Secretary of the County Galway Gaelic Athletic Association He has been im prisoned on two occasions by the Castle minions for his activity in the warfare against landlordism According to the annual return the number of building societies existing in Ireland during the year 1890 was eighty one possessing a total membership of 15610 One finds that the great majority of the societies are confined to three cities Belfast Dublin and DerryBel fast having thirtythree Dublin twenty three and Derry nineteen Cork being a long way behind with four only While Dublin has to take second place to Bel fast in the number of its societies it is easily first as regards the extent and im portance of its transactions Mr Sophite Well Willie your sister has given herself to me for a Christmas present What do you think of that WillieHuh I Thats whist she done for Mr Brown last year anVhe gev her back before faster Illbet youll do the same Steel embroidery has returned to favor and is very fashionable especially on all black gowns which are covered with ape plications of steel embroidery or are trim toed with bands of velvet embroidery wftta it Steel buckles buttons and ribbon tips of alt steel and also steel eombui d with gold and jet are WItJ axxMih fJ 1ry SEOOND ANNUAL MINSTRELSTO BE GIVEN BY Trinity Council Minstrel Company AT THEIR HALL 718 E GRAY ST Sunday Evening February 10 and Thursday Evening February I14 DANCING AFTER THURSDAYS PERFORMANCE Aclctlts 2C Gouts Olrildron 1CS GentsReserved Sents 10 cents extra Doors open at 7 oclock Performance begins at 8 oclock IRISH 8SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A O x DIvisION 1II Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolen Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SeCretaryL D Pcrranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street MulloySergeantatArmsJohn Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kcirnn DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday Evenings af Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice President Michael Hobati Recording Secretary N J Sheridau- Finaucial Secretary James Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street AssistantJohn Shaughnessy TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArmsJerry Hallahan SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall County President P W Kennedy President Dn Walsh Vice President John Winn Recording Secretary John Callaghan Financial SecretaryJames OHara 222 West Ninth street Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall CQpntyfre iden8VJURillJ PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevhi First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrn- eTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Keuney SentinelTimothy Lyons FASHIONS FOIBLES Glossy silk called fleur de soie is very pretfy for tucked vests and waists The sevengored skirt is still one of the favored models for stout women Enameled buckles in blue or green brighten hats of fur or other materials Fur cravats are a novelty of the season They are simply tied in a bow under the chinSilk tassels and gold tassels as well are used by way of variety in place of drop buttonsThe sleeve model flaring out at the bottom and fitted for short under sleeves is popular Ruffles of liberty silk when used for skirt trimming will give better satisfac tion if lined with the thinnest of founda tionBeige point desprit over a delicate color has been modish but for a new effect in coloring it is made over gold tissuePig skin in light and dark tan is the most popular leather this season and many useful articles for men are shown in this material Inset insertion of lace is much used for heading plaitings on skirts The insertion with irregular edges is the prettiest for this purpose Mercury wings in gauze and steel sil ver jet or gold are used to decorate the waists of evening gowns instead of rosettes and smaller designs are used for the coiffure- A taffeta that is tucked in the weave is meeting with favor for separate waists as waists of it do not require much trim ming It is to be had in all colors and the tucks are very narrow and close to getherPretty waists of silk and lace are more popular than ever for theater wear but they are much more stylishly worn with skirts of the same color than with any contrast Crepe de chine silk and cloth form thepretiestones- Bandsofve1vet fur or satin both in different widths or in bands of the same width are revived again for trimming skirts The graduated bands are usually put on straight around the skirts with the widest lauds at the bottom The variety In tieckware this season Is lordly wirpjkHMd bfnyrtther item of drew Any design or combination of salt rims which can bipQtit a stock is- isesisr providing It Ii tall 1ttecI bsttaMii I TEMPLE THEATER MefferJEagle Stock Company IN THE JILTBOUC- ICAULTS GREATEST FIVEACT COMEDY a VAUDEVILLE- A H Knoll Marie McNeal The Garnellas Dick and Maud The Polyscope New Pictures Matinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular PriceslOc Joe 25c and 3- 5cBUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY COlUUlNCINO MATINBC FEB 6 Matinee Sunday Monday Wednesday Satordiy MAY HOWARD And Her Own Colossal Extravaganza Company Pretty Girls Funny Comedians Clever specialties Suappy Burlesques Toueful MusicWardrobe and scenery the finest and better than ever before TEXPERT OPTICIAN tie GOLDSTEIN SON 544 FOURTH AVENUE Fifty years experience If you need Glasses give us a trial We only use the best quality of lenses We guarantee you satisfaction BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Pffi1 CHICAGO AND ALt POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT w Corner Seventh St and River 4 CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave S J GATBJJS General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPE A G P A r CINCINNATI O RfAGANJS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market i Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIALB- est Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch WHEN YOU VISIT FINE RICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out ing and not clumsy in effect The collar which flares open at either side iintiuyr- everstosbow an inner stock of Jlace or niousttHae ipse of theipacitIl l fanciea 1rMllrow out tot doors awl doors and muck owt of trwi ay T J WATHENS m nM n m l M Y l 629 Eig11th StreetFinest Vanilla and Lelll011 Creanls per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallonf 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Charlotte Russe indiv per dozen t 60c Larger Ones 15 25 50 and LOO 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 tttttttttgtttttt RAFFOS i ENotblngI sold but I Ss Ul11UU1UUUUUI 1 I guaranteed goods Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville A store where quality is of first consideration = place where you are treated right and money back = if you lire 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 Dud Moving Attended To t= 3211111111111111111 WEST MARKET STREET I =North Side ZS- UPTWI2EN THIRD AND FOURTH I y fl11111111111111111111111111111111111 S = = gp DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN J l Dougherty KeeinU- NDERTAKERS III o II 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth J T L PEION 12 O2 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car I ringes Furnished for All Occasions WANTED I TwentyFive Ladies and Gentlemen To call liing the h xF 1up l J lltiitfi loy 545 Fourth avenue and learn how young people can each secure a beautiful gold watch without sacrifice of time or noney This is a splendid opportunity for young ladies and gen tlemen who wish to obtain a good gold watch ft e a 0- aj PARADISEj Ii SAMPLE ROOM i5 5 Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool I MJ HICKEY PROPRIETOR i Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street 1JKeellll tMc sesr 1s THE cue pest ermallsilip 51tormtlnit 7 llillJ 7NfragltypJ la ue kltfpvlledjf Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates ofnbls school pref rred by business houses School open all year Students can enter at ny Unie JOlINI RANK r VVALTERS Claf5tfeet Bre rYi 812 and 814 CLAY STREETQ Tdepbooe MfM = LOVISVlLIAKY f tJ4j 0 a r JJ HTSUBANCE iit t 35th Annual Statement4 OF THE Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky December 31 1900 Home Office LouisvilleJ Ky h ASSETS LIABILITIES A Real estate owned 43778191 Reserve 4 per cent 280500500 Bonds and morteaees first See certificate of Insurance Commissioner below Hens 112096515 Death claims no proof re Collateral loans 675731 5 celved 1600000 Loans to policy holders 34095890 Salaries rents taxes etc or accrued 500000 marketdueBonds and stocks value 88925825 Premiums paid in advance 170000 Cash In bank 4527259 SURPLUS HOLDERS TO POLICY OjQI iJIOIdUai KfiQ 9Q u Cash In office I 440031 Interest due and accrued 6823619 Premiums in transit and de v ferred premiums net 40 1 1 466 Other securities 415312 Total admitted assets 30 1 87 1 423 301871423r = c= h INCOME IN 1900 EXPENDITURES IN 1900 Premiums 55411 856 Death claims paid 20356600 Interest rents and from other Jt II Endowments paid 2274743 sources 225 40898 II Other payments to policy hold riers 15429912 lo ii Total to policy holders 3806 1 255 i All other expenditures 22437095 t Total payments 60498350 f i BALANCE BEING EXCESS P OF PENDiTURES INCOME OVER EX 174 554 04 J Total expenditures and bal Total income 77952754 ance 77952754 = = c= c c= = cPc == u Number Policies in Force 10473 Amount Insurance in Force 16045543 ir PRlEsirtTs6iFto THE Y 1 090 K Increase in Income 910433 Decrease in Expditures 3087006 Increase in Assets 10946133 Excess of Income Over Increase in Insurance 51983100 Expenditures 17454404 Increase in number of Policies 712 Increase in Surplus 15097432 Total Paid Policy Holders for Death Claims and Endowments from Organization 370082174 Certificate of the Valuation of Policies STATE OF KENTUCKYINSURANCE DEPARTMENT Frankfort Ky January 15 1901 I Jno B Chenault Insurance Commissioner of the State of Kentucky do hereby cer tify that the Mutual life Insurance Company of Louisville in the State of Kentucky is duly authorized to transact the business of life insurance in this State I further certify that in accordance with the provisions of an act of the Qeneral As sembly of Kentucky April 5 18931 have caused the policy obligations of the said com pany outstanding on the 31st day of December 1900 to be valued as per the Combined Experience Table of Mortality at four per cent interest and find the net value thereof on the said 31st day of December 1900 to be two million eight hundred and five thousand and five dollars as follows Net value of all policies in force 277974500 Net value reversionary additions 2726000 28000500 Less net value of policies reinsured 200000 it I 280500500 j IN WITNESS WHEBEOF I have hereunto subscribed my name andcaused my of ficial seal to be affixed at the city of Frankfort the day and year first above written j 5 JNO B CHENAULT Insurance Commissioner t t t4r NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT The IrishAmerican Society Will Receive Emmet Reports The ladies who for the past two weeks have been assisting the committee of the IrishAmerican Society in arranging for the observance of the anniversary of Irelands martyred hero Robert Emmet wilt report what they have accomplished next Thursday night at the open meeting to be held at Hibernian Hall Market street between Third and Fourth The Executive Committee also ex pected to have important business to sub mit and the meeting will be an iuterest lug one Those ladies who have received invitalJonsand all the members are urged to attend Besides the initia on of a number of candidates quite a number of RppHea jiprm will be received t fi- it 1ASB lALlf t litfctefiite kpoVa BMtaiber Wtt WMT Antifcih AMOftUttoa atjbpplM M opt rat stock twit tIdtI t r cn t4 l J ii k j e t with tHeffact that only secondrate men will bejaSlgned this city because the promoterajdecline to purchase the release of any atjj players leaves little hope for a firstclaw team Any other must fail here J i If h AOEDANDPOOR Mrs Rose McArdle a well known resident of Covington died in St Eliia lithis Hewpital Jast Tuesday She was born in County Meath Ireland in 1701 und lived in three centuries Without a doubt she was the oldest person living in Northera Kentucky and her Cjs nuthenUoated by the records in the garish church of fier childhoods home in Ir- eiandIM McArdle was tone time y but through the betrayal friends of trusts imposed in all her learthly possessions wllres Y WSt fi FROM YEQETAWES Maltimjrt typhus jnay be traced iin many oij io vegetables stored for the wljiter 6 We cellars The air from Tfge M r itowly Decaying fills the boWIe iinTi tm jtMinr jfihii To avoid dan jpr of WnEflt or typhoid se that stored j coonecUd bjr a ventilator if YM H 1 Succossfurr Musical and Lite rary EnWrtalnmont Thursdiay The Young Mens Hebrew Association gave a very enjoyable musical dud titer ary entertainment for its members ancl their frienda Thursday night jittthe asso elation building on First Street The speaker of the evening was Hon Edward J McDermott who took for his textloA Glnnce Backward at Thomas1 Jefferson and John Marshall His warn ing to the voters present to watch the men putvin office and thereby secure bet ter goveniment was heartily applauded ProfvJohn Surmanns violin solos were the feature of the musical programme and greatly pleased the 500 present mainanywaydtrecttyociadirejUYiClUle think ill of organized tebof tiot onlyfin tin hlmslHncthe MtiiiMtioEi of his brothers bwt cawaW jniinlte 1 to tlwuMBdi ot workiBgraenXwio we M ck wriitc to tiiatterUMir CNithnmh tlw Mdiwa of trad lom l f lJr How Are Your Teeth IIhavII Louisville I Dental Parlors I 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avottuo Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors 44 FOURTH sx JAMES WOLFEHAS A COMPLETE UNK OIl FAMILY GROCERIES Fancy Family Wines and Liquors Meats Vegetables Candies Fruits Everything that is good to eat and drink and all at the most reasonable prices Prompt delivery of all orders Cor Eight11 and 01d11 D1 Sts lOranW Smiths Sons j I I Funeral Directors j ii- II And Embalmers I1 11Vlss KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer J IICarrlagel Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notce1 IIIMOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET II TELEPHONE 81- 0HDftDDI1IRUfttUUuuauunn I HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE i 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST i 428 AND 430 BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY jMuldoon Monument Gompdnyi p ESIONEItS AND BUILDERS OFIIIi ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE II j 0 flonuments 0 I Artistic Work Only Solicited Workahops and Studios Carrara Italy I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 wEsT GREEN STRE- ETnuHDHRHtilHmIDD FRflNK fEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLou VXLLE KY HERRMANN BROTHERS Importers of Fino Winos and Liquors Distillers and Wholo pala Dealcrs in irio Brands Kentucky Whiskies especially JELA 1RLOF ErSOJrO T ED NBOND TBtEPHOKQ 1 4 2 234 rifH STREET n