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I IkIsIAMERIcANS c y- S 7VOLUME VINO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY EBRUARY 16 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS THEIR DUTY The Cause of the United Irish League Spreading In Ulster Redmond and Dillon Address Nationalists on the Laud Question o1 Practicability of the Reform Now Becoming Clearer Every Day DUAL OWNERSHIP FOUND WANTING The Dublin Freeman has the following- to say of the agitation now being con ducted by the United Irish League in Ulster which has been aroused through the efforts of T W Russell Tory memo ber of Parliament who supports the Irish Nationalists upon time land question The cause of the United Irish League in Ulster was on Sunday advocated in two of the Northern counties by John Redmond and John Dillon The former addressed an enthusiastic meeting of Na tionalists in East Tyrone the latter was the recipient of a most remarkable wel come from the Nationalists of South Down Both speakers addressed their audiences on the subject of national or ganization the prospect for the Irish party and the present condition of time land question Mr T W Russell has succeeded in thoroughly rousing Presbyterian Ulster on the subject of the com pulsory establishment of a peasant pro prietary Nationalist Ulster like the rest of Nationalist Ireland is even more determinedly bent upon the only reform that can settle the land question than are the hitherto meek retainers of Orange landlordism In Tyrone and In Down therefore the speakers on Sunday were warmly cheered when they bade god speed to Russells work and declared their readiness to cooperate for the com mon object that all have in view Ninety five out of the hundred and three Irish representatives are pledged on the ques tion The walls of Trinity have protected Mr Carson and Mr Lecky from the in fluence of public opinion The Unionists OfxBelfeudrDerpremeinfoolishlyaloofI of which the future prosperity of the whole of Ireland town and country de pends Col Saunderson has not yet been brought to the line on the question but his landlord fangs have been drawn and he is pledged not to oppose the re form But save these eight members the representation of Ireland is solid upon the queetion and its solidarity merely reflects the universality of reasonable conviction as to the necessity of the re form The land courts are utterly dis credited Justice Meredith has completed the undermining of the little confidence that remained in them But even were they Institutions to which the people could look to see strict justice done the present system could not jjo on Dual ownership has been tried and found wanting It was however a necessary step in the evolution of an Irish peasant proprietary Until some attempt how ever incomplete has been made to segregate the tenants interest from the i landlords until the rackrents had been brought within a measurable though far distance from fair rents compulsory pur chase might have been a dangerous not to say ruinous proceeding Even now as Dillon warned the men of North Down the tenants will need to watch closely the terms of settlement As to the practicability of the reform it is becoming clearer every day even to a the English mind This weeks Pilot the organ of the Anglicans and the Intel ligent Tories discusses the question and says Theoretically we hold that com pulsory purchase on handsome terms is the ideal solution If the hundred mil lions spent in South Africa had been sunk in Irish land theywould have done more to strengthen the empire than even a victorious war and the money would have been repaid principal and interests within half a century But the Pilot anticipates organized resistance from the landed interest We shall be surprised says the writer if the lauded interest in both countries does not successfully resist a demand if pressed even by a hun dred out of the hundred and three Irish members We should be surprised our selves at any other result if only the members e were engaged in the struggle But if the people recognize their own interest the matter will very speedily assume an other aspect The lauded interest In both countries was banded to fight the laud act of 1870 the land act of 1881 and the land act of 1887 by which the Tory Cabinet broke the judicial leases Yet it failed to prevent these fatal breaches in time stronghold of feudal tyranny And why 1 Because the people were behind the Irish members in those days strongly united in an irresistible organization Hence the importance of the work which Redmond and Dillon were engaged upon r on Sunday inUJaterItis upon time suc- Cess of that work that the success of the i whole movement primarilydepends If the country does not show itselj jn ear neettlte ordinary constitutional appeal of Irish opinion to time British Parliament r will fall upon deaf ears but if the people and UterpMMatr areVae earnest M the lardtetdiiand cirtatM Irish ms D bers in Parliament will exercise a force that no section of the House of Commons and no estate of the realm will be able long to resist As Grattan said In the speech quoted by Redmond most reforms look impracticable when the agitation for them begins To continue Grattans lit any of impracticable reforms that have been won the disestablishment of the church looked impracticable far more impracticable than compulsory purchase today so did the franchise so did the three Fs so did the popular llocal govern ment so did the conversion of a British party to home rule But these things have been achieved by the Irish people united so effectively in organization aS to make resistance inconvenient or impossi ole And of all the conditions attaching to the carriage of the reform that is the firstand the main condition POPULAR OFFICIAL Judge W Nick Vaughan For Prosecutor of City Court When the mantle of Prosecuting Attor ney of the City Court of Louisville fell upon the shoulders of Judge W Nick Vaughan Jr it could have come to none I JUDGE W NICK VAUGHAN Candidate For Prosecutor of the City Court more worthy to bear it How well he has performed his duties is evidenced by the daily decrease in petty crimes This is a particularly difficult position to fill antToely iiAmJtteffactYthdqtfTregwreq judgment a thorough knowledge of the law anda capability to determine whether a witness is telling the exact truth but also because Judge Thurman whose place is being filled by Judge Vaughan is one of the most popular men in Louisville politics The present Prose cutor is a Republican but that Judge Thurman his former law partner recom mended him for the succession is a com pliment that must be considered Everybody liked Judge Thurman everybody realized that he was one of the best fellows in the world and every body had a good word to say for him With all political factions he stood well and could have been elected as long as he lived had not disease set its seal upon him This is the kind ofa man Judge W Nick Vaughan Jr has succeededOne but to visit the City Court dur ing one of its sessions to see that the judgment of Judge Thurman was good While a just and conscientious man Judge Vaughan tempers justice with mercy on all occasions The poor miser able offender gets the same chance to de fend himself as the wealthy man who breaks the laws Because the culprit is poor Judge Vaughan does not consider that he is necessarily guilty The mother seeking mercy for her son the weeping wife pleading for her husband the sister for her brother are all treated kindly and courteously and made to feel that he is their friend All these things have tended to increase his popularity Personally Judge Vaughan is a pleasant gentleman jovial in his disposition generous to a fault a delightful entertainer and gentle in his manners In all classes of society he is perfectly at home and has the happy faculty of making others fees as he does when in their company To ward the Irish Americans of the city of Louisville his attitude has always been of the kindliest and if he has an enemy among them that man has not yet made himself known One and all he has their best wishes for his welfare regard less of political differences HER LIFES WORK OER It is with sorrow we announce the death of Mrs Johanna Brown which occurred at the family residence 713 East Washington street She was ofa loving and kind disposition and always ready to relieve those in distress or needy Her presence will be sadly missed by her family relatives and friends Though in the prime of life and eJSCdofaUh- ez powers and faculties without fear or murmur she left the world iIn which she had performed innumerable good deeds to take up a pew life in a brighter laud She was a devout member of St Michaels church front which her funeral took place with requiem high mass Rev Father Sheridan in an eloquent funeral sermon told of her many virtues and touched the hearts of all present Her remains were tenderly laid to rest amid a Jlabyrinth of flowers itfSt Lowjr oemer ierf Nor the bereaved husband rand children the jpwtMt sympathy ihfeit 1 May bet pal rest1IB pt- weeiiiiiii1i r J I iii il t wAiriNGI Everything Ready For Robot Emmet Anniversary Celebration Enthusiasm a Spirit Aroused Among Louisville Society Leaders Misses Mitchell and Gorman Arranging Some Unique Features WITH SOLOS CHORUS AND TABLEAU Everything is now nearly ready for the much talkedof Robert Emmet anniversary celebration of the IrishAmerican Society set for March 4 at Library Hall Society has taken it up with a zest that bodes rell for the future preeminence of this popular organization There arc new hands at the helm in this affair and the list of patronesses who are lending their names and encouragement to the celebration includes a large number of ladies prominent in Louisville society circlesThis first Robert Emmet anniversary of the IrishAmerican Society will be one to talk about long after it is over Miss Blanche Mitchell and a large number of pretty children will present a number of brilliant electrical tableaus with dances to dreamy music that delight whenever tripping feet dance a measure Miss Mitchell has generously consented to direct this part of the performance and the children whom she has been rehears ing at Liederkranz Hall are now prepared for the event Their names and the tableaus and dances to be presented will be made known in another issue It will be a veritable feast of music too For the past three weeks Miss Mary Gorman well known in local musical circles has been preparing a large juve nile class who will render a number of solos and choruses in a manner that is sure to delight the most critical audience The soloists are arranging a number of selections of a very pleasing nature and their artistic rendition seems now assured Prominent among those little singers are Misses Leota Bjeracli June Imes Lizzie JRogsrs I ee siriii bisifers 4tfiotd Flynn Tommy Keenan and Allen Kast The following is a partial list of those who will participate Leota Bierach June Imes Lizzie Rogers Lee Imes Margaret Keenan Bessie Gallagher Marguerite Evans Rosella Keenan Lillian Ryan Agues Francis Ellen McNally Corinne Lyons Margaret McGovernMary Story Clifford Flynn Thomas Keenan Philip McGovern Vincent Burke Jule Bierach William Burke George Flynn Walter Higgins Allen Kast Frank Higgins Vincent Blanks The address on Robert Emmet will be delivered by James J Fitzgerald and it is not necessary to say that the brilliant young orator will do honor to Irelands martyr patriot and the IrishAmerican SocietyChairman Joe Byrne has labored tIght and day for this entertainment which will eclipse the Music Hall banquet in every respect Those assisting him are President Joe Nevin Thomas Keenan Thomas Claire John J Flynn Phil Mc Govern John Kenney Thomas Tarpey John Mulloy and other members of the Executive Committee Library Hall should be crowded upon this occasion as the programme will be oneof the most unique and interesting ever presented here The hall and stage will be briliantly illuminated with electric lights of many colors by Electrician John Cronan and each will present a gay scene Reserved seat tickets are now on sale at John Mulloys bob Fourth avenue and those who would secure choice seats should call immediately- The meeting of the society occurs next Thursday night and besides the reports relative to the Emmet anniversary business of an important nature will be transacted which demands the attention and presence of every member FATHER LAVELLE Good Reason to Expect Re union of Christian- Churches Father Lavelle of St Patricks cathedral New York City writes that the prospects of Christian faith developing and eventually permeating the souls of all men are to say time least very bright and hopeful The opening up of newof barbarous and of backward lands to missionary work presents a grand field for labori As scientific men learn to un derstand better their science and itS hunt ations it is likely to ground there deeper and deeper in their faith Hitherto it hiss often had the result of that little kknowledge which the poet tells us is A langeroustbing Pimiallythere is good reason togipecttime reunion of all Chris than churches and peoples Pope Leo CHI has sighed and for this all his life pcayedamhtrivenI public arid private ciatreebs regret the division that Mf 0 = 4i b i T i rate them If this reunificati njprove to be in the programme of Gods providence who will venture to conceive bound of Christian advancement or jto think Quixotic the expectation pfrcccing on earth literal realization Of 1IIr Lords I I prayer that there may befi fold and lone Shepherd S bti- tI JEFFERSONVIiHiE I j I Celebration In Honof St JII Iii Patrick the Cpnijng EventF sjThe by the JefTersonville division oftpe Ancient Order of Hibernians will be given at Spieths Hall on Monday evening March 18 when they will honorth4memory of their patron saint prove pleasing to their friends This will no doubt prove the and dra Thematic event of the season perform ance will begin at 8 oclfeck with a double bill presenting ACup of Tea and the Three Hats Tie first is a roaring farce in one act and the second a beautiful farce comedyfrfturee acts The cast is entirely made up of the male members of Division 1 with their sweet hearts and lady friends in the female parts and there is little oubt that a crowded house will greet tit ui Among those who will take the lead rig parts are Misses Constantine Maui e Garretty Grace Coyle Julia Ryan aid Florence Coyle all pretty girls and Messrs Will Reilly Charles Tracy JohnA Kennedy Frank Hogan Frank Kennedy John 15 Murphy Jr and Louis Constantine They have been in active rehearsal for some time and their preceptor who is more than pleased with itijeir work asi o1Cesslonalizens of Jeffersonville are to lie congratu lated on having taken tijjs means of giving an entertainment sapidsuccesthat that they will have the Ihas characterized their 9her celebra tions if ANNOUNCES FOR ASSESSOR colmnsIn our advertisingi l will be found the announcement oftthief Deputy County Assessor C C RoeTwho has de termined to make the racejqr the Demo crafic nomination for Coi City Assessor Mr Roe is well known to readers of the Kentucky Irish American by reason =C C ROE of the prominent part he took in the race for Congress when he stumped the county for Hon Edward J McDermott He has always been a hard worker and has never been a candidate before for any office He is regarded as one of the best posted men on real estate in the city and his long experience eminently qualifies him for the position to which he aspires PLEASING BIRTHDAY SURPRISE The friends of Miss Anna Newton ten dered her a delightful surprise party at her residence in the Highlands in honor of her twentyfirst birthday Euchre and dancing were indulged in till midnight when refreshments were served Miss Newton received many congratulations and all present enjoyed the pleasant evening The prizes were won by Miss Mary King and John Schwartz Among those present were Misses Julia Schwab Mary King Anna Newton Bettic New ton Adelaide Newton Henrietta Breeder Amelia Kalfoeff Maggie Diehl Emma Newton Lillie Hagelbach Grace Devan Margaret OHallihan Lizzie Brooder Flora Mehler Everhart and Sullivan Mrs Harry Muench Messrs John Schwartz Frank Diehl George Newton James Allen George Shea Harry Brads wick J Hoffman Henry Low Edward Boeser Joe McHugh Geor Galloday Henry Meyer Frank Seng John Uraeft man Frank Kline- QUARTERLY a COMMUNION Thursday night Division 2 of the Ancient OrderofHibelIlanspassel1ar- esolution that its members approach holy communion four times a year The meeting was an Interesting one and augurs well for its success President Cavanaugh paid his first visit and his invitation to the social ionofDlvl sion S was accepted Thomas Hannon Michael Keaney and otlleis addressed the members on the ball qt artiot urging the three divisionsto ren aiaonei hall u aDlidwelltOieiher Do you think her tide kllI real1 Why of couneA girt wttfc WifeaiM would tfirac buy any 0 Eogjtd I ERIN GO BRAGH Sons and Daughters of Ireland Will Honor Its Patron Saint Hibernians ArrangingBrillian Exorcises For St Pat ricks Day Great Rush For Reserved Seats and the Handsome Souvenir MACAULEYS WILL BE THRONGED This year the anniversary of the patron saint of Ireland and the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be commemorated in a manner that must reflect credit upon time sons and daughters of the Emerald Isle The exercises to be held at Macauleys are sure to interest and please the great audience that will fill that theater on time night of Mardi 17 The County Board of Directors have been meeting regularly for the past two months and the programme they wil present for this entertainment includes the names of sonic of Louisville very best singers and musicians who have consented to render choke vocal and instrumental Irish selections of the most artistic numbers will be lOne by Mrs Ida Senf of 510 East Madison street Other lady soloists will be Misses Josephine Hoertz and Bee Mul larkey which assures the success of the musical portion of the programme Officer Tom Fitzgibbons and Dave Reilly have consented to sing and other male voices are being secured The opening address will be delivered by Frank Cunningham of St Louis who for many years was prominent in Louis ville Hibernian circles He is an orator of ability and his hosts of friends will no I doubt turn out in large numbers to greet I himWillie Corrigan and Tommy Clines I have prepar d and will take the leading parts in a sidesplitting farce comedy which has always created uproarious laughter They have greatly improved since last year and their efforts are sure to make one of the big hits of the even iJft I + RThe greatest cake walk of the season will also occur Murt Gallagher and Mal Shaughnessy and their lady partners be ing the principal entries This feature will prove Indeed a genuine surprise Both parties are up to date and the fig ures they will cut will make many of the boasted cake walkers turn green with envyThe St Patricks day souvenirs procured by the County Board arrived yes terday They are very handsome being a splendid medallion portrait of Irelands saint and no other of like character will be obtainable here The tickets for St Patricks day en tertainment were placed on sale todayat John Mulloys 545 Fourth avenue During the past few days there were many calls for them and as there is sure to be a rush all who possibly can do so should procure theirs at once All those holding the invitations issued by the County Board are entitled to souvenir and ad mission for twentyfive cents Those not having received invitations can procure them at the office of the Kentucky Irish American for the next few days Every Irishman and his family in Louisville can this year afford and should par ticipate with the Ancient Order of Hibernians in this anniversary celebra tion in honor of the great saint whose memory and great deeds they still revere They are urged to pack Macauleys The ater from pit to dome and show their appreciation bf the great work being done for them SOCIAL SESSION West End Hibernians Will Entertain Monday Night Chairman Denny Coleman has ar ranged for a jolly time for the Hiber nians of the West End next Monday night As stated in a former issue Di vision 3 of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians will then inaugurate a series of social sessions to which all the members of the order in Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville are cordially invited The initial programme is an excellent one and should fill Carroll Nelligans Hallat Nineteenth and Portlandavenue Those who will take part are as follows Opening address President Cavanaugh Piano soloMissJulia Kelly Vocal solo John McGuirc Violin solo i Edward Coleman Vocal solo Miss Annie Sullivan CakewalkMicaLizzfeMeagherRedtation Vocal solo Miss Lizzie Hourigan I SullivanIman Coleman urge the memberstpbiingI their mothers wives and sweethearts A JOLLY EUCHRE PARTY The jjolliest euchre that has yet taken 8dayfteri1oonal1dl1ightby Canningluutf J r 7 and entertaining the large number of players and visitors who spent a really delightful evening The prizes were many and handsome and were carried off by the following ladles and gentlemen Mesdames Christe Ernweiu George Drown P White Dugan M Murphy Tabor John Stoerr Misses Mary Esrh rich Ida Mackey Lillie Schreiber Mary Higgins Messrs Joseph McWilliams Paul Coleman Theo Menk Robert Wald and Wunderlich HEAVY DRAIN Large Sums Being Dispensed faHibornlans to embers During the last two months the four divisions of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians have been nobly standing by their sick members but none more so than Division 4 known as Limerick division of which John Hennessy is President and Harry Brady Treasurer Wednesday nights meeting was largely attended and the sum appropriated for sick benefits aggregated nearly 100 Among the members reported to be suffering from various causes were Richard Naughton Charles Callahan George Hol laud James Harrigan Pat Fitzpatrick and 1 I FRANK CUNNINGHAM Will Deliver the Oration at Macauleys- St Patricks Night James Harris None are dangerously ill though it may be some weeks before they are entirely well There is no fraternal order in Loul yule iuereliberal tpitsmemberswlienijl to many it is a matter of surprise that hundreds who ought to be members and sharers in these benefits are still outside the division The proceedings were made very inter esting by the visit of County President Keenan and Presidents Meehan and Cav anaugh each of whom made short but pointed talks that favorably impressed those present Upon motion the division accepted the invitation of Division 3 to its social session Monday night at Sev enteenth and Portland avenue and Lim erick will be represented Mal J Shaughnessy was initiated and John Barry elected to membership Both are well known young men and will prove earnest workers among the young element of the southern part of the city Chairman Grogan reported that the committee having in charge the euchre and dance were making splendid prog ress Having their tickets ready to dis tribute among the members They ex pect to make this the equal of any social affair heretofore given in Hibernian Hall President Hennessy called attention to the large expense which the division has been under and urged those who had been doing nothing to come forward and help replenish the treasury Capt Jerry Hallahan Chairman of the Relief Committee and Secretary Tom Langan who were seriously injured some time ago were given a cordial greeting upon their reappearance The quarterly tlfylngDivision tucky JAMES HYLAND DEAD For Many Years Was Promi nont Among Local- Irishmen James Hylandwhose funeral took place from St Patricks church last Monday was one of the oldschool Irishmen who while fighting the battle of his country never forgot the land of his birth He was a native of Ireland but came to this country when quite young During his young manhood he took great interest in the Land League move ment and thus became one of the most prominent Irishmen in Louisville Years ago he was a member of the local police force being appointed Captain by Mayor Baxter and his record was an en viable one Few men were betterknown or had morefriends than Jim Hyland He was a man of nerve and when he made a friend a promise he always kept it Lib eral and charitable had he been penurious he might have saved a comfortable fortune but he could witness none in distress without coming to their assist anceFor many years he has aidedat Thir teenth and Portland avenue with his wife who survives him and had seen railroads grow and multiply in that lo cality The funeral services at St Pat ricks church were largely attended among the great throw being many of IfOl1lMfCOD1zado thepolice force and ia the nnvwbo e eorted the re nuliHi to St LflttU tcemetery HICKORY JACKSON The Hero of New Orleans Honored by Louisville Irishmen a 7 Largo Gathering Hours lion Newton Rogers Tuesday Night Interesting Review of His Life anti Deeds In Peace and War VISITORS FROM FRANKFORT AND OHIO 1 r f I Hibernian Hall was crowded Tuesday evening the occasion being the exercises in honor of the memory of Andrew Jack son which had been postponed from a previous meeting because of the illnessy of several speakers Business engaget ments necessitated the absence of President Thomas Dolan and James Barry was called to the chair William Kinney acting as Vice President Among those present from n distance were John Meagher the well known Frankfort dis tiller and Daniel McCarthy for six years President of the Erie County Board and a prominent merchant of Sandusky 0 both of whom made short addresses that elicited much applause The attend ance was the largest that Division has had for several months all being anxious to hear the address of Newton G Rogers the well known attorney and each felt repaid for the time thus spentjj The annual reports of Treasurer John Mulloy and Secretary Peter Cusickshow the division still flourishing financially Chairman Harry here introduced the speaker of the evening who was received with much enthusiasm From his ad dress we extract the following Perhaps there is no equal in the politi cal history of America to that of Andrew Jacksonfor the length of his service to his country and its character and variety there is certainly no equal Born of IrishScotch parents in South Carolina In March 1767 he was left a halfgrown boy i with two brothers and a widowed mother with nothing in the world except a half cleared farm and a small settlement with no negroes or stock Arriving at the proper age he was sent to study for the mnnsttyrtarrrHnrWai uf HiuRevululiua breaking out he and his brothers were summoned to service and his elder brother lost his life Jackson at this time only thirteen years old remained with his other brother until the conclu sion of the war of independence We thus find him a private fighting for his tdyingPresident of the United States f Upon his return from the war he had lost all taste for the ministry and in 1784 began the study of the law In 1787 he was appointed Solicitor for the West ern district of South Carolina now the r State of Tennessee At this time there were several powerful tribes of Indiana who engaged from time to time in at tacks upon this frontier settlement and Jackson was the leader of the settlers fighting the Indians with such success as to gain from them the complimentary titles of Sharp Knife and Pointed ArrowIn 1706 we find him a member of the convention which modeled the constitu tion and organized the State of Tennessee next in the Legislature as Representative and then Senator and then by appoint ment Judge of the Supreme Court and during this time a Major General of the State militia whenever occasion required- In r 1813 the Creek Indians attacked the settlement and Jackson raised a volun teer force of some three thousand men and in very short order defeated them entirely We have always heard of the title Old Hickory as applied to Jack son and it is said that this title had its origin during his campaign of 1813 against these Indians At one time lie i found himself and his army utterly desti tute of supplies and showed his soldiers an example of endurance by living for a time on hickory nuts It was this that gave him the title On March 27 1814 he fought a final battle at the Horse Shoe peninsula in the Tallahoosa which completely broke the power finally of the Indian race in North America For his services In this matter he was appointed Major General of the n Army of the United States and fin the war then on with England he com uandcd a force which captured Pensacolai and defeated New Orleans ending with the brilliant engagement fought by him with the British General Packcnham on January 8 1815 an engagement that was probably the final stepping stone for Jackson into the office of the President of the United States There was a curious fact in connection with this engagement however and that was that it wasifought three weeks after the treaty of peace had been signed but in those days havingno means of communication between the countries except the slow and uncertain ailing vessels word of the conclusion of the treaty pf peace had not reached this country until after the battle Jackson probably is the most complete representative in American history pf the man who never forgot a friend or forgave IB enemy Sortie Time prior to 1804 nh- a4l contracted a friendship with Aaron n CoxmfiOIf TKIKD PAOL If KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGftN IMIILIMINIIMIIMIMI1 rated to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans wIShiAM M KIOQKWel PubU11er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC metered at the Louisville Postofllce as SecondClass Matter r lMieiiaHCo flBlcillonitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1901 THE SCANDAL MONGER V The calling of the court docket and mention of an old case furnished a pretext for the Courier l Journal to revive a scandal involving an Irish Catholic priest of this city and publish a garbled rehash tf I of assertions some facts mostly false but all jumbled and misconstrued to deceive the ignorant aud thoughtless but gratify the bigoted las it is evidently intended Care- fullyf I as the article seems to have t been prepared like all slanders iit f bears the earmarks of malicious and premeditated falsehood The civil court suit is not new nor of recent date the final judgment of the ecclesiastical courtthe only judg ment worthy of consideration did t not condemn the priest as statedp but that court the highest ecclesi astical authority in this country presided over by Monsignor Mar l tinelli not only acquitted the priest but completely vindicated and restored him to his pastoral charge Had there been the slight est grounds for any charges of the character enumerated against the priest even though acquitted he would never have been restored- to his pastoral charge Only when the accused priest is completely mull of candalohschi although acquitted of guilt is he r allowed to resume his priestly func tions in the locality where theof fense is alleged to have occurred Persons unacquainted with the laws and rigid discipline of the Catholic church regarding the priesthood may be excused for be lieving such things as the Courier Journal published but the Courier Journal can enter no such plea It knows better knows the facts in the case the law mode of pro cedure and final judgment of the ecclesiastical courtand published that scurrilous and wilfully slan derous article But what of it Has not the Courier Journal and its evening edition the Timesslandered the Catholics on every opportunity This is its record of over forty s years and it may be that it is past reformation Bigotry is generally incurable and like all in curable maladies changes only for the worse for even a gigot who has any regard for decency refrains from attacking a clergyman of any denomination bad as he may hate that clergyman his race or sect The Courier Journal however Venis to be tumble 10 restrain its bigotry when it zees a chance to traduce a Catholic priest especially if he is Irish BELGIUM PROTESTS There is proof of the desperation of the British situation in South Africa in the manifest brutality of Butcher Kitchener to seize or de apuoy everything throughout the country so that there may be neither food no shelter for the hos tile Hoes The inhabitants who are loyal eto e protected in the British garrisoned toWMj there being already 60000 of such refu gees All disloyal sympathizers are to be arrested and their property seized or destroyed martial law prevails everywhere the British have control all premise = re subject to search all merTijoin the volunteer force or prison and even women and children are subject to military rule and regula tions virtually prisoners in the camps Thus Kitchener resorts to fire and destruction cruelty and persecution of noncombatants to accomplish by coercion or extermi nation what he fails to do by the arts of warand this in the name of civilization and Christianity I The civilized powers may yet be com pelled to interfere and stop this savagery by protest if possible but stop it Already the Belgian legis lative body has instructed the Gov ernment to make such protest and urge other powers to join in de manding the settlement of the South African trouble by arbitra tion as provided in the Hague treaty to which Great Britain is a party and of which the inhuman methods of warfare practiced by the British are a violation This move by Belgium will demonstrate whether the peace treaty of The Hague is the real thing or a farce as England one of its most vehe ment advocates seems to regard it There were a few American news paper reporters holding positions on London papers but they have been fired During the illness and funeral off the llate Queen these blarsted Americans hustled round and got so much news that the other papers in their disappointment at being scooped denounced their newsy contemporaries for intruding over the barriers of rules and regulations and publishing too much of detail before it had been officially an nounced The Americans were too fast and their employers to keep on good terms with their confreres had to dispense with their services News a week old suits the stolid Englishman but the American dishes it up fresh the fresher the better George Franklin Weaver testified- in the Goebel murder trial that he was in Frankfort and saw the shoot ing of Goebel His testimony was so palpably false that the Common wealths Attorney had him indicted for perjury and prosecuted him In his trial at Georgetown there was no evidence except Weavers that he was in Frankfort on that day while several witnesses testified and the records of a lodge Weaver organized showed that lIe was at Gtayson Springs over a hundred miles from Frankfort on that day and evening Yet the jury was hung six insisting on acquittal No wonder people are losing respect for the courts and confidence in the law King Edward in his speech from the throne upon the opening of Parliament said legislation had been prepared for the purpose of regulating the voluntary sale by landlords of the soil in Ireland to occupying tenants Let us hope that Irish members will be supported and enabled to secure the land for the people who have been continually and cruelly robbed by the nonresident landholders of the merald Isle- Library Hall should present an animated scene Monday evening March 4 when the one hundred and twentythird anniversary of the birth of Robert Emmet will be celebrated under the auspices of the IrlIh men Society of this dry r F r The principal speaker will be James J Fitzgerald the eloquent and bril liant IrishAmerican lawyer of Lou isville and the subsequent exercises will be of a high and interesting character Rev Father Rocks arrival home last week in good health after his long trip to Ireland and Rome wasI the occasion for great rejoicing among the thousands of friends and admirers of the eloquent gen tlemen who is one of the best known and most popular priests in the Southwest Callers without number hove been visiting him atI the Cathedral rectory Prize fighting can not take placeI in Cincinnati The courts and offi cials there enforce the laws against the brutal and demoralizing game Gov Beckham has declared that the JeffriesRnhlin fight can not be pulled off in Kentucky for which he is to be heartily com mended The Louisville authori ties might well follow the example of Ohio Lortz d Frey the building con tractors have broken faith with the union carpenters of this city nud thereby involved themselves- in trouble The demands made upon them were reasonable and just and those contemplating building should remember that this firm can now only obtain in ferior mechanics Congress has passed the bill dividing Kentucky into two judicial districts and all eyes are turned to Washington There are several candidates for the Judgeship which is an easy lifetime job with a good salary attached Every merchant should advertise his business in the Kentucky Irish American particularly our St Pat ricks day number when 20000 copies will be printed and distribu ted throughout this and adjoining States Mayor Weaver promptly signed the antipool room ordinance this disappointing many who would like the opportunity tor criticize The matter is up to the Board of Safety Every one has his day to kick The lettercarrier had his Thursday valentines RECENT DEATHS The announcement of the death last Sunday of Mrs Mary Egan who passed away at the residence of her daughter Mrs John Muckelbauer 1327 Payne street caused deep sorrow among her wide circle of friends and acquaintances Her funeral took place from St Aloysius I church Rev Father OGrady conducting the solemn services The funeral of Mrs Winifred Welsh who died Sunday at the home of her soninlaw Thomas Shively 3223 Third street took place Tuesday morning from St Aloysius church The deceasedwas I the widow of the late Patrick Walsh and was well known and highly respected for her many Christian virtues by the resi dents of the East End The death of Mrs Mary OLeary last Thursday morning which occurred at her home 421 Twentyfirst street caused inexpressible grief throughout this city where she had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances She was the wife of Timothy J OLeary the wellknown insurance agent and had but reached the age ot twentyeight years Mrs OLearywas a lady of most exemplary character a devout Catholic and a charm ing companion Her loss will be sadly kit and her devoted husband has the sympathy of every one in his great of tic tion The funeral takes place this morn ing from St Cecilias church with re quiem high mass and there will be a large attendance of mourning friends at the solemn obsequies May God heal the wounded hearts her death has left behind ARCHITECT CURTIN IMPROVING We are glad to announce that Mr Neil Curtin the well known architect who has been seriously ill at his residence on Sixth street for some weeks past is again able to sit up with bright pros pects for his speedy recovery BUTCHERS CELEBRATE The thirtyfirst annual ball of the Louisville Butchers Union will be given Monday night at Music Hall where they and their wives sweethearts and friends will assemble for a good time The visit ors and dancers will be looked after by such well known citizens as Hon John Ml Letterle Gottleib Layer Peter Her berger John Heim William Schoeffler Geo Weppler Ben Zaepfe1 William Schaeffer ndacobFrank Their balls Ire tile most respectable given in Louis ville and are enjoyed by the best class of citizens Byecy Irishman in the State ought Jto subeoribe to and read tfcis paper I Gx1G gCfit 0 IErV S969S 1 W Reardon who was here for a few days this week has returned to Coving ton A John Ji Walsh a wellknown citizen of Mt Sterling was here the first part of- the week JrB K i Murphy of Shelby ville was among thpseyisiting here the first part of the week JtuMrs Mary Hornot Jeffersonville iis visiting her sister Mrs Sadie McGrady in Shoals Ind Michael McGlllicuddys friends were elated to see him out again Monday after his recent illness Miss Marie Kelleher has returned from Chicago where she enjoyed a pleasant visit withrIends The Misses OCallalmn of Virginia are the guests of the family of their uncle Major D Shanabau Mrs Edward Schieman is visiting her parents at St Augustine Fla where she willremain until May Miss Edna Gilbert arrived home last Wednesday from Henderson where she spent two weeks visiting friends Mrs Josephine Quinn has as her guest at her house in Jeffersonville Miss Mar Glasgow a charming Newport girl Mr and Mrs Dennis Shanahan hay gone South and will spend several weeks in Mobile and New Orleans before returning Mrs William P McDonald is recover ing rapidly from a severe attack of the grip much to the delight of her many friends Much concern is felt among Deputy Clerk John Greaneys friends over his continued illness and all hope for his speedy recovery The friends of Miss Alice Cunningham will rejoice to learn that she is rapids recovering and will soon be able to be with them again James Quiuns host of friends will learn with regret that he is quite ill at the res idence of his father Peter Quinn Seven teenth and Lytle streets The young ladies of St Anthony church Jeff rsonville will entertain their friends with a delightful euchre next Tuesday at Speiths Theater Among the Louisvillians who were this week sojourning at West Baden Springs was H C Tafel the well known Thirdstreet dealer in electrical supplies Miss Maggie Callahan one of Frank forts society favorites is here visiting friends This week she was the guest of her s5sterrMrs Tom Shannon in the Westnil ft r Michael Scully the retired shoe mer chant and Miss Emma Volz were unites in marriage Thursday afternoon at St Mary Magdalens church Both are well known in Louisville society Among the charming visitors here this week were Misses Jennie Cleveland and Leora Richardson of Lexington who were the guests of the Misses Bourne at their home on West Ormsby avenue Jerry Lynch and Charles Taylor well known residents of Jeffersonville have accepted responsible positions with the Chicago Car and Equipment Company and will make their home in the Windy CityMrs John Donahue Pope street has as her guest Miss Griffin of Chillicothe O She is one of this seasons most attractive and charming visitors whose departure will be regretted by a host of Louisville admirers IVe are glad to announce the complete recovery of Mrs Bridget Hannon of 2252 Baxter avenue who suffered from a severe attack of grip She is one of the pioneers here having resided in Louis ville over fifty years The hosts of friends of Jailer John Pflanz will regret to learn that illness has confined him to his home for two weeks The i prospects are bright how ever for his recovery and return to his office within a few days Hugh Higgins has sufficiently recovered to be able to walk with a cane though some time will elapse before he will have full use of his foot His friends are con gratulating him upon his narrow escape from being disabled for life Ernest Quinn one of Jeffersonvilles best known young men has for some days past been seriously ill with pneumonia at his home on Ohio avenue though late reports predict that he will soon havejentirely recovered The Standard Club will give a masked ball Mardi Gras night February 19 at Nortons Hall Ninth and Broadway Tom Flahive and Will Sulzer are man lagers df the affair and guarantee those who attend rattling good time Mrs Henry Malone and Miss Mary Kraft of New Albany are in New Or leans where they went to attend the wedding of their brother Dr Charles Kraft They will remain in the Crescent City until alter the Mardi Gras festivities Rumor has it that Tom Hannon with the Louisville Water Company and a well knpwn resident of the East End has decided aan April wedding The bride Jsa ley lyOhioanwho has been a frequent visit ic and has many admirers here r 4 Edward C jauaugh and Mrs Vinnie Ca ffeld wyot ualted1ti marriage Won lay jBfotft ikt Holy Trinity church N yp fi Father Xellyperform Botb are wi llJ known Z and prominent in society circles in our sister city The Catholic Knights anti Ladies of New Albany entertained large numbers of friends Monday night atan enjoyable euchre and supper at Holy Trinity Hall Seventh and Market streets Their branch is one of the strongest and most popular in Southern Indiana James Treacy whose hand was severely cut some weeks ago is still unable to re sume his position with the Louisville Packing Company The injury proved more severe than was at first thought and has confined him to his home at Rogers and Coopers streets for over two weeksA enjoyable evening was spent in progressive euchre at the residence of Mrs Mary Curran Floyd and Oak streets last Monday evening The prizes were won by Mrs Richard Curran and Daniel McCarthy of Sandusky O The consolation prizes were won by James Roche and Miss Nannie Raggio After the games choice refreshments were served Everybody voted Mrs Curran a jolly good hostess Capt Michael Cassin and Miss Lula Bourke were united in marriage last Tuesday at St Charles church by Rev Father Raffo The bride is a lovely young woman possessed of many accom plishments and has been prominent in society Capt Cassin is one of the most popular members of the fire department After the ceremony the happy pair left for the East where they will spend their honeymoon followed by the best wishes of hosts of friends Mr and Mrs Richard Curran of 23i East Ormsby avenue entertained at euchre last Thursday evening The prizes were won by Miss Marcella OConnor and P F McCarthy The consolation prizes were won by Miss Bridie Cody and Lawrence Botto This being over all partook of a bounteous spaghetta supper served with choice Italian wines after which music and dancing were enjoyed Everybody highly praised the evenings entertainment Among the delightful society events of the past week was the social tendered Miss Catherine Heintz at her home 1231 Mulberry street The evening was devoted to pleasant amusements and ended with an elegant spread Those present were Misses Josephine Krebs Catherine Schalk Mamie Vogt Mamie Krebs Annie Foell Matilda Vogt Leona Krebs Maggie Vcgt Antoinette Schalk Catherine Heintz Mary Heiutz Mary Hngen miller Messrs John Heintz John Vogt Joseph Schalk George Heintz and Willie Heintz THEATRICALS The announcement that the Temple Stock Company will present Trilby the coming week should prove sufficient to keep the man in the box office busy This play is expected to make the biggest hit of the season and it will be given an elaborate production one that will surpass the wellremembered effort of the stock company two years ago Stage Director Eagle has better talent now than he had then and he has the advantage of experience in producing the play The story of the trials of Trilby is familiar to most theatergoers nearly all of whom have read the book or seen the play Suffice it to say that it holds the interest of the audience Aimee the wonderful fire dancer and James Culleu the popular singing comedian will furnish the vaudeville features and the polyscope will present another series of new pict ures Ladies will receive cabinet photo souvenir Monday night Miaco and Fultons Jolly Grass Widows Company has been on the road for the past three seasons but next week will be its first engagement in Louisville The company will present here two pretentious musical frolics The Matrimonial Club and Tire Sign of the Red Light written by Robert Fulton with tuneful and original lyrics by Robert Becker and staged by the master of spectacular stage craft time late Tom Miaco Much has been heard of the Jolly Widows and if half of the good things said of it prove true the patrons of the Buckingham may safely anticipate a treat The olio is a long and varied one introducing a number of the best artists now appearing on the vaudeville stage who will present features not seen before this season The Dairy Farm a pastoral comedy by Eleanor Merron which was one of the big hits last season will be the attraction at the Avenue next week It has been described as a wholesome story of everyday life in a little country town in New York State during the fifties Miss Merron has chosen a simple homely theme illustrative of the loves and hates the friendships and feuds the good and evil natures of the humble inhabitants of aI remote inland community and instead of straining for theatric effects and dra Vatic climaxes is careful above all things not to violate propriety and reach the denouement by straightforward methods Settlers aad HomeSeekers Excursions to the West North aid Northwest The Monou Route will sell very low rate oneway settlers tickets from Louisville on every Tuesday 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McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville AH Hanson ACklcagoWw X G PLI4oidvl11e e DUN IGANSSeve- nteenYear 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 TIl- EKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN ITISG- ROWING RAPIDLYAND DESERVES HEARTY SUPPORT ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FAHETS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44 A v If ROGER NOIIALTY IiiWines Liquors r And Cigars ffCOOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I N W or2IstandPortIandJ GREATMINSrRELSHOW Young Men of Trinity Council Win Favor of the Public Trinity Hall on East Gray street was crowded to the doors last Sunday night and Thursday night people were unable to gain admission to the popular minstrel show given by the young men of Trinity Council The performance was most creditable and deserves repetition in one of our large theaters Every member of the company per formed his part well and much praise has been bestowed upon Manager Theo Kreiger for the firstclass entertainment given Metzgers orchestra was up to date in its musical selections and was warmly applauded Dan Hennessy Theo Krieger Joe Piazza and Frank Ackermann had a great time with Interlocutor Will Gast and had the audience convulsed with laughter These gentlemen got off n large number of local hits and good jokes not a stale one among them The singing of Joe Kronauer Tom Garvey and Aug Krenier was received with en thusiastic applause each being compelled to respond to encores The sketch showing scenes in a clothing store introduced Joe Piazza and Prank Ackermann who did some really clever comedy work as did also Scenes in a Daker Shop an original oneact farce comedy in which Miss Abbie Hennessy Will Gast Edward Kelty Theo Krieger Frank Latsch and Dr P G Beutel Jr were seen to good advantage and the many comical situations and troubles of the bakers daughter created peals of mirth Miss Hennessys singing in this act created much enthusiasm She pos sesses a very sweet voice and good stage presence that won her many compli ments The hit of the evening was made by little Miss Varena Miller whose comic songs and cake walking captured her audience1 and It was only after repeated recalls that she was allowed to leave the stageAckerman and Piazza presented their new specialty entitled Automobile with laughable parodies and jokes on the songs of the day and the performance concluded with The Crowded Hotel in troducing the male members of the com panyand John Jutt who assumed the role of Sallie Perkins the lone and un protectedwidow from Peppermint Holler with an ability and womanly feeling that surprised his best friends The ball that followed Thursday nights performance was a really enjoyable one lightIfantastic until after midnight Many are wishing that Trinity Council will give another performance after Lent HicksHave you heard about Edisons Jlatest invention Wicks No what is I- tjflcksA collar button with a little pho nograpb iInside1 that will csUoutwhnit rolls i toad corner under the bed iiBerel ami litre I znii HICKORY JACKSON CONTINUBD FROM FIRSTjPACK Burr who had as we will remember practically murdered Alexander Hamil ton in a duel and who was finally placed upon trial on the charge of treason which took place at Richmond Va in 1807 Although Jackson was a politician and Burr universally hated for this duel he had fought and the killing of Hamilton and for his alleged treason still Jackson stood by Burr throughout the entire trial assisting him withmoney counsel coun tenance and friendship He stopped at nothing in enforcing what he believed to be the right After the battle of New Orleans lie declared martial law with unrelenting sternness bauishiug from the city a Judge who offered resistance and was fined 1000 for contempt of court This amount with interest was repaid to him afterward by act of Congress His fight against the renewing of the charter for the United States Bank is historic he at first standing almost aloue in opposition to the bill refusing to approve it and finally commanding his Sec retary to take practically bodily the money away from the then United States Bank For this he was openly censured by the Senate but actions of this nature show the man It is said however that he like all humans had his weak point and the weak point in Jackson was his credulity With the same measure that he could hate he could love and confide and those who were interested in the ending of the then United States Dank it is said represented to him that the bank and its promoters had been andwere averse to him his party and his policy and by these remarks secured a much greater extent of hatred against the bill In 1818 he was directed to conquer the Senlinole Indians He followed them into Florida then Spanish territory and came near involving this country in a serious difficulty with Spain but the purchase of Florida ended the trouble In 1821 he was appointed military Gov ernor of Florida and again his wilfull ness and determination brought him into collision with the civil authorities from which he was finally extricated by John Quincy Adams In 1823 he was nominated for President His rival candidates were Adams Craw fold and Clay He obtained the largest number of electoral votes but no one had an absolute majority which threw the election into the House of Represent atives and he was beaten in February 1825 by one vote by Adams Jackson in his campaign had made his impress upon his party and Van Buren of New York and other politicians joined with him in an attack on the adminis tration He gave them his confidence freely he was nominated and in 1828 elected as a Jefferrouian Democrat Upon going into office it is probable that he put in force the political proposition that To the victor belong the spoils more than it was ever known before in this country He was again elected in 1832 beating Henry layAt this time the recharter of the Bank of thei United States came up and he vetoed it In 1833 he ordered the public deposits in the bank to be changed to the direct charge of the Government The Senate passed a resolution of condemnation Jackson protested and it was finally expunged The calling in of the loans in order to pay over this money to the United States closed up nearly eighty banks and brought about a crash which prostrated the whole business world for six or seven years It is said of him that he was the only President who ever went out of office more popular than when he went in He went into office as a military man with very crude political notions He left his party strong and thoroughly organized and from the date of his retiring to the date of his death had no further political office but lived at his home called the Hermitage near Nishville During his second term what was known as the Nullification party brought up an agitation throughout South Carolina principally in opposition to the tariff rates but practically in asserting a doctrine of State rights that if enforced would necessarily have led to a breaking up of the Federal Union Jackson originated the expression By the eternal I and in his last illness even never forgot to use it When a few days before his death he was asked what he would have done if the Nullifi ers of South Carolina bad kept on their agitation his answer was I would have hung the last one of them as highas Hatnen by the eternal I He had a selfconfidence that was sub lime It was said of him that on one oc casion while on a sea vessel a severe storm was raging and one or more of the passengers near him began to show fear He turned to one of them and said It is very evident that you were never on a vessel before with me The Nullification agitation led to the famous debate between Hayne of South Carolina and the renowned Daniel Webster and his speech was probably the final agent causing it to stop He died June 8 1845 When we look at Jackson as a husband and compare his rugged career at least up to the time he was elected President we are reminded of the saying that War hath smoothed its rugged front In New Orleans his memory is honored by the Jackson Square they have this taking its name from having within it the equestrian statue of Jackson a most beautiful work of bronze Jackson Square is a small inclosure of probably two squares near the river the old French Cathedral facing it As one emerges from the Cathedral the first object that meets the eye is this heroic statue of Jackson mounted on his charger one hand raised and pointing off down the river One can easily momentarily for get his surroundings and imagine that this wonderful man is back lnUCe1UI he appeared on that January 8 1815 when he protected the city of New Orleans from destruction hU spirit still watching over and guarding it raOIi akodw lt attowe length iJ o ic 1 Lp Stairs Over English Woolen lulls store I One Door Welt of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dentall Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORING D D SI PROPRIETOR upon the private and domestic life of Old Hickory and spoke of his duel with Charles Dickenson vhombe killed He also gave a realistic description of the Hermitage near Nashville where Jackson and his wife are buried IN MEMORY Of Mrs Elizabeth Monohan Who Died May 4 1900 We loved our darling mother much But Jesus loved her more And in His love and wisdom sent Sweet messengers who bore Her spirit back to God again Who through her life hadwon Our hearts to love more perfectly Gods well beloved Son We gave her back and with our tears In sweet submission say Thy will not ours 0 Lord be donel We know well meet some day Josm TOOK THE VEIL The Convent of Our Lady of Mercy on Second street was last Sunday the scene of unusually impressive services two young ladies renouncing the world to take the vows of the Order of the Sisters of Mercy and devote their lives to the work of God They were Misses Helen Mary Agnes McArtley and Bessie Robertson A large number were present to witness them assume the vows whichrctires them from the gayeties of life Rev Anthony Heitoff performed the ceremony of invest ing them with the veil and Very Rev FelixWard deHveredttEnscrmonr BANTAMS MATCHED Kid Hennessy the wellknown Lim erick bantam and Kid St Claire have agreed to box twenty rounds before one of the local athletic clubs during March Each has a large following and the con test will be for keeps Hennessy has been willing to meet ahy of those in his class during the past winter provided anything like a reasonable purse was offered MATT HEALY GONE Matt Healy well known in local Irish society circles and for years employed by the Louisville Gas Company lids gone to Cincinnati to accept a more remuera five and responsible position with the Gas Company of that city His mauy friends here while regretting his depart ure wish him success in his new field WORTHILY BESTOWED Capt Edward Burke is wearing one of the handsomest officers gold badges adorning any officer in the local police department Quite a number of the gallant officers friends and admirers met Monday that being his birthday and surprised him with the gift as a token of appreciation of his merits as a member of the Louisville police force ROGER MORATH Roger McGrath who for some years has most acceptably filled the position of chief clerk for the Board of Public Works has cards out announcing his candidacy for the City Audltol1ihlp and his friends feel confident of his nomination by the Democratic party for which he has always been a hard worker- HOUSEHOLD HINTS Boiled Halibut Take a large piece scrape the outside with a knife dredge a little flour over wrap in a thin cloth plunge in boiling water and boil accord- Ing to its weight allowing fifteen minutes to a pound serve with drawn butter or egg sauce Cold Sauce for PuddingTake equal quantities of fresh sweet butter and pow dered white sugar beat to a cream if wished add a glass of wine or a small quantity of clear red jelly set in a cool place fifteen or twenty minutes and be fore serving sprinkle over a small quan tity of pulverized mace T6 Clean Hair Brushes Take two brushes and sprinkle each with powdered borax then rub well together Then pour hot water over the bristles keeping the back of thevbru- as dry as possible Shake the water out and dry best in the sun Brushes washed in this way will retain their stiffness Bread and Butter PtiddingDutterwell H smell pudding disi sprinkle over the bottom m e Ice Zat te currants lay in a few slices ot bread aJidbutter beat two eggs pour into them a pint of boiling milk eripOurI 6w tibrd and battirbke a fctif tbthOtov1 ana serve with ue I t LicL1 HINTS ON STYLE Just at present the princess dress com pleted with a short bolero is a popular mode in Paris White cloth made up in coats of differ ent lengths and trimmed with fur is mod- Ish for evening wear A new veiling is made ina onethread mesh It is modish durable and antis factory and inexpensive Gold soutache braid is used for making mock buttonholes an old fashion re vived on vests and boleros Geranium blossoms arrangedwith leaves of their own kind are worn as hair ornaments for evening dress Combinations of two colors of cloth and of light cloth or cashmere waists with dark cloth skirts are a novelty Among the novelties in lace seen in the shops are the jackets and collars in Bruges guipure all ready for use Smart fashions in cravenette walking coats are shown They are useful for any occasion as well as stormy weather Turkish embroidery on cloth and vel vet is used in combination with light weight materials such as Liberty satin and crepe de chine The latest fancy in chiffon veiling is a deep hemstitched edge the hem is about an inch wide This can be had in brown bright blue and black One feature in the detail of a bodice is a lacing of gold or silk cord across the shoulder seam each point tacked down with a tiny gold button Black cloth coat and skirt gowns lined itha color which is repeated in the blouse and petticoat are promisedas one of the spring modes Scarlet and gold in combination gives a military touch to many a costume this season but it is almost exclusively reserved for young women A smart trimming fdr velvet bodices is well padded bold embroidery in silk and wool combined This hand work is done in the same Shades as the velvet A piece of ribbon three inches in width and long enough to go twice around the waist anti fasten in front with a long buckle gives the broad belt effect and by pulling the buckle down in front gives a longerwaisted look A delightful adornment for evening toques of lace tulle or chiffon is found in huge flowers of chiffon wonderfully tinted and in many examples having jeweled centres velvet in exquisite tones is also used for making these flowers Silk poplin in the biscuit shade makes a lovely costume with a chiffon plaiting of the same color around the feet A little gold embroidery with lace is the trimming around the decollette bolero worn over a plaited chiffon blouse The skillful manner in which fur is manipulated with flounces and applique designs plaitings and puffs is one of the seasons wonders yet it is said that there is nothing new under the sun so this may be a reappearance of some oldtime fashionYid yards f narrow Vl vet are used on evening gowns especially those made of net with flounces trimmed with graduated rows of velvet Printed panne ribbon is used on tulle gowns and so is white velvet ribbon which it very effectiveAmong the special novelties in trim ming is the use of bands of gold canvas studded with black velvet buttons or embroidered with black and white or colored silks These are especially recommended for cloth in the pale colors so much worn The embroidered and hemstitched linen collars which are so fashionable to wear with shirt waists are also made of real lace to be worn with dressy waists Val enciennes and the point laces are to be used for these collars and a cravat of the same lace should be worn AN AMERICAN MUNCHAUSEN I One hears some good stories in the Bovvery shooting galleries when business is slack says Forest and Stream Here is one Oklahoma Bill repeats as told by Toni Black Tom Bill prefaces was the greatest hunter and trapper of his day and he was the biggest liar that ever trod in shoes The following is one of his experiences I One day I was out ahuntin and I was tired and sot down to rest rite along the edge of the Missoury river and I looked up and saw sixteen Injuns comin down the river in a canoe I knowed if they got hold of me they would scalp me so I jist waited till they got about twenty five yards off I was lyin down behind a stump and I raised my rifle and let go at em and killed six of em and as soon as the others heard the shot and seen six of their party fall dead they seen my head stickin up behind the stump and they made for the shore and started for me with their war whoops I was jist a little steered when I looked up and seen there was jist ten ofeta so when they got up to me I went at em with the butt of my rifle and killed five more of em then I dropped my rifle and went at em rough andtumble and killed two more with my fists the other three got hold of me and tJrowed me down right close to the edge of the river so I got hold of one of em and held his head in the edge of the river and with my other hand held another by the throat and I kicked at the third one with both feet I kept this up for about twenty minutes and then I fainted away andwhen I came to I saw the one I held in the edge of the river was drowned and the one I held by the throat was choked to death and the one I kicked was still alive so I took my huntin knife and finished him I tell you boys that was the worst fight I ever bad with the In juns Eggs for Lunch Lightly butter a small oval dish break iu two or three eggs or more without breaking the yolks season lightly with salt and dust of peppepttt over a few pieces of butter here and there set the dish in a moderate oven to remain till thewhitNar wt MCT c Teryihot and they are excellent r c IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O ii- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresiJent Tim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- Treasurer John Mulloy SergeantatAnnaJohn Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets MondayEvenings CavanaughVice Recording SecretaryNoJ Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryThomas Lan an 722 Oldham street AssistantJohn Shaughnessy TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings County President P W Kenned- yPresldentDsn Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winu CallaghanFinancial West Ninth street Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First anti Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording Secretary Dan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yflUSHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wra Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrn- eTreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney- SentinelTimothy Lyons CENTRAL LABOR UNION President Klines A nJnt- mentsFortheEnSL 4 Year Pursuant to the adjourning resolution adopted at the regular meeting of the Central Labor Union that body met Sunday afternoon at Becks Hall with many delegates present President Gus Kline presided and the business left over from the previous Sunday none of which was important was taken from the table and transacted The Credentials Committee reported favorably upon the following delegates who were admitted and seated International MachinistsFred Feige George Playford Brewery Workmen John Fuchs Aug Tummel Christ Kuhn Slack Barrel CoopersA J McDaniel John Rogers James Hyman Amalgamated Woodworkers August Heicken Wesley Thacker James Thorn tonJourneymen Barbers John Young M Pallast L C De Bloem Otto Winstel Two communications were received calling for union coopers who would re celve steady employment at Richmond Ky and Madison Ind President Kline annonnced his ap pointments of standing committees for the ensuing year as follows OrganizationJohn Young Lon Smith William Jacobs John Fuchs Ira Jones Legislative Herman Christen Fred Schweuker George W Peters Harry Sheldon James McGill Grievances Henry Hoffman John Nicoulin Charles Peetz Thomas Red dington Gus Henry Label CommitteeHenry Fisher John Bohn George Ditsch Printing Walter Young Humphrey Knecht Charles Peetz CredentialsJames Roberts James Mc Gill William Wathen The statement was made that an amicable adjustment had been arranged of the misunderstanding that existed be tween the Memphis Labor Council and CompanyThe Feb ruary 24 WOMENS SAVINGS- A saving woman at the head of a fam- Ily is the very best savings bank estab lished The lidea of saving is a pleasant one and if the women Imbibed it at once they would cultivate it and adhere to it they would be laying the founda tion ofa competent security in a stormy time and shelter In a rainy day The best way to comprehend it is to keep an account of all current expenses Whether OO or 5000 are expended annually there is a chance to save something if the effort be made Let the wife take the idea act upon it and she will save something where before she thought it im possible This is a duty she owes to her husband and family yet not a sordid avarice but a mere obligation that rests upon women as well as men- The r oil lleft from sardines Is an excel- lentl substitute for butter in ialxlngfieh cakes n TEMPLE THEATER MeffertEaglc Stock Com- panyTRILBY IN VAUDEVILLE j FirDancerFavoriteSitiginComedianj PicturMatineesat 800 Popular Prices lOc lOc 25c and 36f BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MATINEE FEBI 1O Matinees Sunday Monday Wedneiday SaUrdiiy NxIco S JJOLLYr GRASS WIDOWw Gorgeous Electrical Illusion WIDOWS WEDDING NIGHT prenphstarsi ot unsurpassed meritII REAGANS EXCHANE S W Cor Preston and Market Winos Liquors and Cigars SPECIALtBest Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up t Hot Soup and Warm Lunch i EXPERTOPTIOIANGOLDSTEIN 54 Fifty years experience If you need i Glasses give us a trial We only use the best quality of 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5S5E ii itrr saoarrtsoras PARADISEi SAMPLE ROOM + trr- kk Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR a Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson StroetIditM MiNl tl ii iii ii Miii iilo THl BEST IS THE CNEIPfAK efttl1z 5fuPen7tlIl m Shorlhdna n o- Fleyrap7ly JjiJM lil1f find for N- lrldleyui WZoulsyillcKy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this ool arejpreferred by business houses School open all year Students can enter sttytisu Alt IGrFRAITK 1 WALTERS 1 y5frset BrewerY r812 and 8J4 CLAY STREET = LoUIsVILLEa IL- Youll Get Your Moneys Worth WJllCnVi ti EOR T- HEFIIBEkNIANS J SON ST PATRICKS NIGHT SUNDAY MARCH 17 1901 Secure Your Seats and Souvenirs at John Mulloys Tea Store 545 Fourth Avenue and Avoid the Crowds After Them HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Will Kinney appeared well in the chair Tuesday night Division 1 of Jeffersonville will next week pass the century mark The absence of President Doltin was generally regretted Tuesday night Division 3 of Providence realized 381 from its fair after all expenses were paid The members of Division 17 of Valley Palls R I have voted for a St Patricks day parade The divisions of Haverhill MBSJ have arranged for their annual banquet to be held in April No member was more welcome at tie meeting of Division 1 last Tuesday than Officer James Twohig The Hibernians were pleased to greet John Sweeney Tuesday night the first time in many months The Hibernian Rifles of Providence are holding their annual fair with special rights for Irish societies The souvenirs to be presented to pur chasers of tickets for the St Patricks day celebration are worthy the order There will be a counly parade of time order at Lynn Mass April 10 Divisions from Haverhill and other towns will participate Anotherdivisionof hefLadiesVAuxil iary has been instituted in Boston with a charter list of fortyfive and was affil iated with Division 12 Division 1 must soon hustle for new members if she expects to keep up with Division 4 The men in the West End have gone to work to pass both Both John Meagher of Frankfort and President Daniel McCarthy of Sandusky 0 made many friends here Tuesday night Both are genuine Hibernians President Gleason and Secretary Gor man were welcome visitors this week at the office of the Kentucky Irish Ameri can Jeffersonville never had two better officersThe two divisions in Milwaukee have been consolidated into one John T Kelly was elected President of the new division which has over two hundred membersThe of Jeffersonville pre dict that their entertainment on Monday night March 18 will surpass any St Patricks day affair ever witnessed in the Falls Cities Division 3 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 4 of Minneapolis closed the social season until after Lent Thursday night the first with a cinch and the latter a valentine party- Providence Hibernians will have a big parade St Patricks day Both military and civic societies will turn out and all are enthusiastic each desirous of making the best showing The Emerald says one year more will pass before the Hibernian hall being erected in Nashua will be fully completed When finished no finer society hall will be found in New Hampshire At a convention of the Hillsboro County Board held in Nashua N Hi resolutions were adopted protesting against the assessment levied by time National Board for the purpose of issuing the monthly national organ Division 14 of Providence at its last meeting initiated thirteen candidates and received seven propositions This divis ion is considering the advisability of pro curing uniforms for the members which will be worn St Patricks day Members in general think that when they have elected a board of officers their duty for the year Is ended A greater mistake was never made Officers can not conduct the meetings to empty chairs nor can they bring success to a society unless encouraged by the mem bets Good attendance at meetings is the best encouragement Division 1 of Manchester will be organ ized thirty years March 28 and will have a nllln1iyersarte celebration Many changes have occurred during that fare and as in the beginning of its early career it for edaheadas the leading NewHampslllreittlll membership and property valued at neatly 200 The iLadiM1I Auxiliary of Milford NIL kcted six m mbef8 at UM last tntt c tTherbeid elvalULtieparyTThuro day refit auwl idadlyeted t st the C E LEO D II RUSSELL President SectyTreas OLDTIMES x TIMESWHISKY I is THE BEST SOLDDIRECT DIRECTTO DEALERIN INONE ONEAND ANDFIVE BARRELLOTS AGE AND- QUALITY GUARAN a TEED OLD TIMES DISTILLERY CGO- 01N P IClns 126 E Main Street Louisville Ky TELEPHONR 2850 cooking of the supper for the concert and ball of Division 6 roasting the meats and donating the pastry Many compli ment were passed on the excellence of the supper which included turkey ham oysters pies pickles ice cream etc Patrick Farren is the oldest member in the State of Pennsylvania When only a mere Jad he had the courage to join the ranks of the Hibernians in his own Green Isle when there were no benefits to be derived but the prison or perhaps the scaffold He is today bale and hearty and as energetic in the cause of Ireland as time youngest man in the ranks being Vice President of Division 64 of Philadelphia The Hibernians of Bellows Falls Vt celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the founding of Division 2 with appro priate exercises in Union Hall About 300 were present including fifteen or twenty visitors from Keene C J ONeil exState Secretary made au address of welcome J J OConnor responded to the sentiment Daughters of Erin or the Ladies Auxiliary Hugh McDon ough ex State President of Nashua made an excellent speech on the order in generalThe regular annual ball of the united divisions of Philadelphia county took place in the Industrial Art Hall and was as great a success as any of its predecessors The march began to the inspiring strains of a grand orchestra concealed from view behind a veritable forest of green bowers The hall was decorated as usual with bunting and evergreens the names of the thirtytwo counties of Ireland being prominent displayed along the balcony Such reunions do great good they foster a spirit of brotherly love they are life means of long lost friends meeting where they revive the innocent pastime of their youthful days when in dearErin The dancing pair simply sought renown Byholding outlotire each otherdown At this ball as on all formeroccasions- the old Irish dances were revived and enjoyed by not alone those who shook the light fanlaMic but by those who lookedon InadmyationLow rala Colonist Excursions via the Monon Route On Tuesdays February 12 to April1130 inclusive lheMonon Route will sell secondc4scolonist tickets from Louisville to points in California at flOmlregutrfarefurnished sail sj cUl1 1 attention at Chi cage Address if H BaCouoD P A Monn Route OH fertile Ky He that 1f itbJbe drMd ofoeeiblt et will never H at vV IRELAND Record of the Most Important ot the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Lord Lieutenant has appointed John J Egan of Monkstown to the Commission of the Peace for the borough ofDublinGeneral regret is felt at the death of Brother J P Molloy one of the Christian Brothers in charge of St Josephs Orphan age Limerick who had been ailing for sonic time The jury summoned by the Coroner of Balfast to hold an inquest on time body of Thomas McNuky the shoemaker who was killed on the platform of tile Great Northern railway returned ft verdict of accidental death Most Rev Bishop Foley assisted by Dean Brophy of Carlow Cottage and Fattier Patrick Gorry ordained to the priesthoodat the Church of St Patricks College the Rev Matthew Gorry of Kil dare and Ieiglilin this being the third brother ordained Rosscommon continues to advance says the United Irishman At a recent meeting at Elphin Canon Mannion in the chair a branch of the Gaelic League was started amid much enthusiasm over two hundred students handing in their names for the classes Christopher McGrith a young Dublin seaman was found drowned in the Cus ton SousedocksWhen 1iCllell his vessel he Said he was going home and nothing was seen of him till the next day when a man dredging in the docks found the body which was identified by the young mans mother- A writer in the Weekly Freeman says the gradual revival of tapestry as ia fashionable decoration recalls the fact that Dublin possesses three exceedingly valuable specimens of this art manufactured in Dublin about 1735 and considered to be worth many thousand pounds as no other pieces of Irish made tapestry are knownKerry is first in the field in the matter of organizing the movement for an Irish industrial revival A great meeting held in Tralee and addressedby a host of rep resentative men embracing all political opinions enthusiastically adoptedresolu tions in favor of supporting Irish manu factures A feature of the meeting was that each speaker was actually clothed in native materials John Dillon recently addressed a crowded Irish League meeting in Bel fast The hall was filled with ladies and gentlemen who availed themselves of the opportunity to again express their confidence and warm esteem in which he and their distinguished leaders were held by every one in Belfast Joseph Devlin presided and J T Donovan read an ad dress to Mr Dillon from the League Executive who responded with a speech that created great enthusiasm An arrangement has been entered into between the Irish Government and the War Office by which a considerable number of vacancies in the Royal Irish Con stabulary will be annually filled by reservists of the Irish Guards In a new notice inviting men to enlist in the regiment it is stated that this arrangement will give every man joining the Irish Guards a very fair prospect of being ad mitted to the constabulary en being transferred to the army reserve provided that he possesses the qualifications of an ordinary recruit for that force During this service in the reserve a man will receive his reserve pay in addition to his pay from the constabulary and on promo tion to Sergeant in the latter he will be discharged from the reserve JEFFERSON ANNOUNCES Mr T L Jefferson member of the Board of Public Works and a well known and successful business man last Tuesday announced his candidacy for the Mayoralty subject to the action of the Democratic party This makes two members of the Board of Public Works aspiring for the office Charles Grainger having announced sometime ago Will l1gfolloWling I which now promises to be a warm one r A pretty model fora skirt is an old fashioned apron skirt reaching to tbe knees below which is attaC1 edakl1t plaiting of the mule material At the abaootOltl l Mcfc MM and arowoditi apron e L5 t How Are Your t III TeethIIIlce to Ijl I Louisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater prices are the lowest work the best and I ITheir They will treat you right REMEMBER TIlE PLACE t Louisville Dental Parlors G4- u FOLTIZTFI ST t a U + rra r c = c 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1001 WM BOSLI3Rfor BaliffPolice Court Subject to Action of Democratic Party k1 1 I I1 ll l Iif I IIIII IlIdI1PI1 R lfl 1 1 ifi i QranW Smiths SonsjII- ii Funeral Directors ii- ii And Embalmers i IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer I iI Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeII MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT = iTELEPHONE 810 II t DIIftD 1t I DIlIUIDIItlUIUIUUDDftDliI l HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE o FINE WINES AND LIQUORS I LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST 428 AND 430 i BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET i EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY Muifloon Monument6 Companyl= DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIII= ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I- Iii I flonuments I iiArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET tII ftIftDftIDDIUIUDDDBDHD WDIDtiI FRANK FEHR BREWING 60 INOORPORATE1D Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE 1Yjj HEl RMANNBQOTHERS xImporters of Fine Winos and Liquors Distillers and Whole V Bale Dealers in Fine Brands Kentucky Whiskies especially PEA LOF NELSONIiOTTLFD IIS nc 1DnTELEPHONEI9482 ai 234 SIXTH STETI u n