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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a a r t 4 n s J VOLUME VINO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 9 1901 PRICE FIVE CENT EMMET Gorgeous nnd Dazzling Ode bratlon of Ills Anniver sary Monday Library Hall Thronged With Friends of IrishAmeri can Society F it Joe Byrne and Mart Gallagher Praised Upon All 4 Sides FITZGERALDS SPLENDID ADDRESS The most gorgeous and dazzling enter tainment ever given by the IrishAmeri cans of Louisville was witnessed by a monster audience Monday night at Li brary Hall when the IrishAmerican Society celebrated the anniversary of the heromartyr Robert Emmet The audi ence was a highly cultured one and filled all the available space Though the arrangements for the occasion had been going on for weeks but little had been said about the programme which was indeed a most enjoyable surprisea grand intellectual and musical treat For this the IrishAmerican Society is principally indebted to Chairman Joe Byrne and Murt Gallagher who had suggested and labored successfully for the carrying out of the many novel features and the brilliant tableaus While the entertainment was unusually long none could leave until the curtain dropped at 12 oclock Among the ladies whom the society feels greatly indebted to for their invaluable services none de serve more praise than Mrs Phil Mc Govern Miss Mary Gorman Mrs William M Higgins Miss Blanche Mitchell Mrs Andrew Kast Mrs Tom Connell Mrs blurt Gallagher Miss Mamie Keenan Mrs Tom Tarpey Miss Alma Story and Mrs Story who so tastefully decorated the stage and the gorgeous designs Without their aid the grand social success could not have been scored The little folks were all up in their parts there not being a single misstep in the pretty drills nor a discordant note in the musical selections Each one performed his or her partadmirablyi end all received enthusestici appiausemC act sitdlebce wIth one voice voted it the most artistic and carefully executed entertainment of the kind ever seen in Louisville Promptly at 815 the curtain arose Upon the stage were seated President Joe Nevin Secretary Joe Byrne Vice President Tom Tarpey Treasurer Thomas Keenan Capt John H Weller Phil Me Govern Martin Cusick M J Ford Pat Connaughton William M Higgins Capt Patrick Minton Owen Sullivan Thomas Hines M W Murphy William Lawler J H Murphy Pat Grogan Jeff Bannon John J Flynn John Mulloy and John Chester President Nevin In a very few words introduced the speaker of the even ing James J Fitzgerald who for three quarters of an hour held the audience spellbound His eloquent tribute to the virtue of Irish womanhood and the honor and steadfastness of the sons of Erin to the lland of their birth aroused unbounded enthusiasm and the applause that fol lowed his closing remarks lasted for several minutes Upon stepping forward the eloquent orator was warmly greeted This is a day said Mr Fitzgerald which stirs with the profoundest emotions the hearts of IrishAmericans not only because of the memories which it arouses of one of Irelands heroes but because of its significance in the life of this grand nation of which we are proud to have become a part This is the day on which a citizen of the United States chosen from among the people by the people is set upon the path of service at the head of his countrymen Other sovereigns are chosen fitfully and Infre quently but here the people reign That impressive ceremony at Washington which falls on March 4 has a double meaning It helps to remind us of one who died for the liberty of Irishmen and it tells us that we have found in this land the freedom for which the great patriot gave his life As we turn back into history we find other memories dear to our hearts Of these memories no true American citizen of Irish descent js or should be ashamed There are some who assume an apologetic attitude for the country of their fathers and the race from which they are descended but these are neither good Irish men nor good Americans The country of our fathers is full of the graves of those who defied to the death the oppressors who denied them civil and religious inert The history of Ireland is one of L sorrow While the United States as a nation was in its cradle the condition of affairs in Ireland was at Its worst and the demoniacal oppressions of the Cromwell period were revived with the utmost rigorrfit was small wonder that W this time when the oppressed looked across the- thanaeland saw the star of liberty arise isi France and acres the Atlantic per ceived the republlcrise on the ruins of British tyranny they conceived it a good time to free themalvec- Wealknow what wasthe rwult of o the United Irish movement conceived by ptfoue Wle it toted a pyre ned cJeaa OtI C ran then a 4udntt of Trinity conga decided tall j ss u t fij not lost From his noble heart poured sympathy for the misery of his fellows He resolved to devote his life to the cause He went to France and talked with Napoleon thereby conceiving the idea that with France as an ally Ireland might be free How his effort to capture Dublin Castle the fall of which was to be the signal for a general uprising failed you know The one great curse of Ireland prevented success The unholy traitor who has MICHAEL J HICKEY Well Known Irishman and Owner of the Popular Paradise Resort been present in the councils of those who would free her ever since English gold and revenge tempted him was at the bot tom of Emmets misfortunes Even after his failure he might have escaped to France save that his love for a woman tempted him to pay her a farewell visit In that memorable speech made before his relentless judges he said Until Ire land takes her place among the nations let no man write my epitaph His grave is stilt unmarked but we feel that in the very justice of God the time will soon be here when that epitaph can be written without violating his last request The minuet was a pleasing and grace ful dance as were also the fancy drill cake walk and finale The little folks were vociferously applauded and not withstanding the lengthy programme were compelled to respond to many en cores The names of the little artists all appeared in these columns last week and only lack of space prevents individ ual mention Never before was there such a pretty exhibition of dancing The agility and rchSchwabMarguerite Paxton Esther Jacob Hattie May Gallagher Lillian Kevin Leota Bierach Mary Doyle Esther Bader Flora Fisel Henshaw Waters Julia and Henrietta Boldt elicited much applause and their friends were delighted with the hearty reception given them Each was the recipient of rare and exotic bouquets The musical selections of Miss Bee Mullarkey little Elizabeth Rogers Lee and June Imes were artistically rendered the two latter making perhaps the bit of the evening Daniel White Philip Connell J C Fisel and Lincoln Doyle were seen to great advantage and their dancing was all that had been predicted They fairly divided honors with their little girl friends The Discarded Brother a one act sketch aby Messrs Tenny and Livingston who kindly volunteered their services for the occasion proved one of the most original seen here for a longtime Both are stars and the audience was loath to let them go The snow scene was very realistic and the two gen tlemen were made to respond to three encoresMasters Tommy Keenan Boyd Ches ter and Vincent Blanks rendered pleasing solos and the club swinging feats of young Chester were a genuine surprise Two of the principal numbers on the programme were the recitation by Milton Johanboecke who upon this occasion made his debut amid great applause and the violin solo of Julew Bierach who performed difficult selections with an ease and precision that was astonishing Chairman Joe Byrne and the Execu tive Committee extend thanks to all who assisted toward the success of the enter tainment and not least to Mr A C Kremer the scenic artist whose services were of untold value ARCHITECT CURTIN CONVALESCENT Neil Curtln the wellknown architect has been ill at his residence for some weeks past and fora time his numerous friends were alarmed over his condition The general public will learn with satisfaction that Mr Curtin is now steadily improving The last report was to the effect that he will be able to be out sometime during the next week Most of the principal buildings in Kentucky have been built irons designs drawnbyhimE- XONERATED Superintendent Hert of the Jefferson ville Reformatory has been exonerated of alt the charges preferred against him by certain sorehead Indiana politicians This vindication is complete both the Indiana House and Senate commending the conduct of the institution under his AmerfIcadeservedly popular are fated ever his victory aud the defeat of his enemies1 To freshen a room add a little turpen = tine io the water with which the floor is scrubUd It i1tkewaythat close ftrbtla11nb1 0r JEFFERSONVILLEF- Hibernians Will Commemorate Anniversary of Irelands Great Saint Ready For Grand Entertain ment to Bo Given at Sploths Theater Well Known Young Society People Will Bo Seen in the Oast I ENTHUSIASM AND INTEREST AROUSED Among the many delightful and thoroughly interesting celebrations which will commemorate the anniversary of Irelands patron saint none will excel the grand dramatic and musical entertain ment to be given Monday night March 18 by the Hibernians of Jeffersonville at Spieths Theater The programme seems perfect and should score a grand success The bill is divided into three parts two farces and a threeact comedy and will be presented by the cream of the amateur talent of our sister city The first part will consist of the pretty comedietta in one act entitled IIA Cup of Tea and will be presented by the following well known youug people Sir Charles Seymour Will Reilly Scroggins Charles Tracy Joseph John Devttt Lady Clara Seymour Miss Florence Coyle The second part will introduce Messrs Willie Corrigan Tommy Clines Arthur Fahey and Henry Sllllman who will be seen in the amusing sketch A Busy Day or Twenty Minutes of Fun The two first named young men are well remem bered for their excellent work for the Louisville Hibernians last year when they surprised all their friends with orig inal witticisms funny sayings and first class acting THey are prototypes of Ward and Vokes and their performance will convulse the audience with laughter as both are possessed of much higher ability than many professionals Between the first and second acts of the third part the audience will be given a musical treat Miss Elizabeth Ryan who possesses a voice of exceeding sweetness totpnderseveralof the day She will be accompanied by Miss Saute Miller This part of the pro gramme is anticipated with the keenest pleasure for both are popular young ladies who have hosts of friends The entertainment will close with the farcical comedy in three actslIthe Three Hats beside which other come dies seen in Jeff will pale into obscurity The cast for this will be as follows Sam Selwyn a married man Frank Hogan Fred Bellamy his unwilling slave Frauk Kennedy Capt Katskill a soldier John Murphy Dibbs a boy in buttonsLouis Constantine lioscO Blithers professor in penmanship John Kennedy Mrs Selwyn Selwyns better half Miss Mary Garritty Grace her daughter Miss Grace Coyle I Tillie a popular maid Miss Marian Ryan Lottie Blithers Freds fiance Miss May Constantine Those mentioned above have had their respective parts under active rehearsal for the past three months and among the names will be found the best amateur talent to be had around the Falls Cities Nothing has been overlooked either iq detail or cost to make this the best per formance dramatically speaking ever given in Southern Indiana The ladies and gentlemen in the cast are ambitious and intend to make this their maiden effort an unqualified sr cess and we hope the Hibernians of Louisville and New Albany will assist their Jefferson vine brethren in greeting them with a packed house The greatest enthusiasm and interest should be aroused for this occasion as President Gleason William Coyle Barney Coil Secretary Gorman and others have also worked faithfully for that end UNION LABORS School Trustee Norton Recog nizes the Rights of Labor Union labor only will hereafter be employed by the School Board jff the erec tion of school buildings and repair work At the regular meeting of the School Board last Monday night Trustee James Norton of the Ninth ward introduced a resolution to employ none but union men la the repair or construction of school 110PH8andthatthei board let contracts only to contractors employing union laborThe only opposition catae from Trustee Chickering who thought the resolution unconstitutional President Chatlersoa and Trustee Atkinson saw no objection to the measure which was then passtd This legislation will te appreciated by lhewor1dacmea as ftitltblreti ep toward their recognition by the schoolJ workinnshIpiaI brooatuatuistdsjmoul Ute swxes of bb 1buI4 fOt erpitsi2ed Lboe c- Wr II TALENTEIlnOlINICANI Rev Fath KolIy Will erJOhn11I j Rev John B Kelly tBe talented and I nowII on Sixth street has b4chosen to de liver the panegyric onS Patrick at the services to be held Sunday evening March 17 No better selection c uld have been made as Father Kelly i f already recognized as one of the rislt p pulpit orators of the Dominican order and a rare treat is certainly in who will hear him The i which heis familiar other high church storefOlthose selected him for this n Sormew years While priest REV JOHN IS KELLY hood he took first honors in his class and his excellent ability as an orator good voice and fine penceassure him a large audience 4 Father Kelly has beobsent from the city this week visitii St Catherines Convent where he witnessed the impres sive ceremonies con cted with the reception of the habit lay Miss Veeder formerly of New Hi ven Conn who entered upon her no late In the Domin ican Sisterhood six ionths ago The young lady who hlongs to a very wealthy family is a Hnyert The reverend gentriainni is a native of Louisville the sou J john Ke1Jya foraaaz ltk1 L t RErl7f tYa but now living in Memphis He isa nephew of Hon Matt ODoherty and has two sisters residing here q DOES NOT FEAR Pope Leo Thanks God For Preserving Him Amid Difficulties Last Saturday Pope Leo celebrated the ninetyfirst anniversary of his birth The Holy Father first went through his devo tions in the Sistine chapel and then pro ceeded to St Ieters where he celebrated mass During the reception upon the occa sion His Holiness delivered an address in which he said It is one of Gods acts of benevolence that enfeebled by age and fatigue we do not succumb amidst the difficulties whicH still come to place obstacles before the free exercise of action by the Chureh Impudence calumny and other iniquitous means are exercised freely against the Church which aims only at the good of humanity The Holy Father eulogized those who had acquired importance in the propaga tion of Christian civilization His Holiness eulogized Catholics in the entire world who are tractable reverencing the Church His chief regret was the blindness of certain men and he asked with bitterness what would become of future opera tions if inspired by such bad princK pies His Holiness reaffirmed the im prescriptible rights of the Apostolic See the Pope is not the arbiter but a trustee or guardian whose duties are sacred INAPIERStrongof County II SUCCESSFUL OPWtATION Mrs William J saoiu wife of the popular candidate JWr County Clerk un derwent d Vicatebot successful stngkal operation at St Josephs Infirmary Men day afternoon Hex hosts offrieadaarerejoiced that Ib1i jetting meet i nUrscar neviw pro u j jci ii 1 r I I STOOD FIRM Exciting and Brutal Scones in the British House of Commons Nationalist Members Resist Clo sure and Slug God Save Ireland Ignored tho Speakers Order For Their Removal to tho Lobby CLOTBESTORNOFFPATrlHUGB The Associated Press dispatches from London dated March 0 convey the news of the firm stand of the Irish Nationalists in Parliament Tuesday night for recogni treatmentIShOWS representatives They say In the House of Commons after mid night Balfour applied the closure on the education estimates The Nationalists shouted Gagl gage and refused to lleave the House when the division was taken The Chairman twice asked them to retire to the division lobby but they shouted Certainly not Flavin cried I protest against the way all Irish votes are closured The Chairman then intimated that he must report the matter to the Speaker In the meantime the other members had returned from the lobbies amid some up roar thirty or forty Irishmen remaining in their seats The Speaker having returned to the House the Chairman reported the matter to him and the Speaker asked if the Irish mob still re fused to obey the order and there were cries of Yes yes The Speaker then named sixteen recal citrants and Balfour moved their suspen sion This was agreed to without a divisionThe ordered them to withdraw but they refused amid great uproar The Speaker called upon the SergeantatArms to remove them They shouted defiance The Deputy SergeantatArms advanced and asked them to leave still they refused At this a number of officers and poljcemenentered to Jrere 2Eugene Crean member toSoutheast Cork struggled desperately against re royal and there was quite a free fight on the floor lasting for five minutes other Irishmen assisting him Eventually he was carried out bodily by six policemen amid yells and cheers Never before had such a scene occurred in the House as accompanied the removal of Crean He struggled fiercely with the attendants who summoned the police a dozen constables entering the House The Nationalists jerred at them Four or five stalwart policemen proceed to seize Crean who stuck his legs under the seat and could not be moved for some minutes Meanwhile other policemen were strug going and fighting with other Irishmen who stood upon and obstructed the pas sage of the police to Creams seat The Irish shouted Dont kill him l and Dont kill the man I The Nationalists fought and struggled frantically but at length superior force of police succeeded in dragging Crean out by the legs and arms and carried him down the floor of the House the other Irish members standing and wildly shout ing Shame Murderers and South African brutality I The Speaker then called upon Patrick McHugh to retire but he defiantly refused his companions shouting approval A body of twenty policemen again stormed the Irish benches Mc Hugh fought struggled and impeded them in every way Angry shouts rent the air The benches below the gang way on the opposition side were amass of mad and struggling humanity Sev eral policemen were struck with fists Free fights between the police and the members were fairly general As McHugh was being carried outhis underclothes showing where his outer garments had been torn away in the strug gle Flavin shouted from the benches Nineteen policemen to remove one Irishman and cries of Shame were heard from the opposition benches While Cullirian was being removed after struggling violently Patrick OBrien excitedly appealed to the Speaker to stop this most distressing scene The Speaker responded The scene is certainly as distressing tome as it can be to the Irish members William OBrien For every member on these benches the same scene will have to be reenacted I do appeal to you Mr Speaker and to the leader of the House to see If he will not allow the matter to end BOW and allow the House to adjourn Tomorrow we shell meet in a better and differenttemper The Speaker in reply again earnestly appealed to time members named to obey the ruling of the House whether they agreed to the course taken or not and to leave the House peaceably and decently The response to this wee cries of No noI from theWationalisU- Th Speaker then ordered the removal of the others Amid renewed howls of execration the police grappl d with them lHucheaadqutbsiiggrunorllthe liattowmlisUoatrdd u- D I- Ir 1 i j sangIIGod Save Ireland Flavin shoutedagainst the Unionists who sat silent in their seats during tbe scene Youll be carried out of South Africa the same way Flavins turn then InIII The police were handling liiin amid renewed cries of murderers when he exclaimed All right I dont intend to hurt anybody There were still about fifty Irishmen when the committee resumed but they refused to appoint any tellers for a dMa 10 I JOHN M MULLOY County Treasurer of the Ancient Order of Hibernians ion The Nationalists jeered Balfour and the other Ministers as they left the build ing Those who were removed included Messrs John Culllnan Patrick White Patrick McHugh William Lundou Wil liam Abraham Patrick Dugan Anthony Donelan and James Gilpooly The trouble arose through Balfour closuring the whole education estimates without giving an opportunity to discuss the Irish votes At 1 oclock the Speaker said The House will now resume pro ceedings in committee and I trust that honorable members will now lleave the HouseThe Irish members shouted that they would not leave The Chairman again put the vote on account adding there being no teller or noes that the ayes had it Amid laughter and cheers the House adjourned Neither Dillon John Red mond nor T P OConnor was present having already left the House One or two Constables were badly handled in the scuffle The suspensions will last for one week When the House assembled Wednes day John Redmond arose and raised a arising from thePpainfulacenesofthe Pieviousriigtit He claimed that members had been sus pended without proper steps being taken to identify them and that their removal had been accompanied by undue violence He was satisfied he said that members were suspended who had actu ally gone to the lobby to participate in the division Redmond appealed for opportunity for discussion but was refused recognition by Balfour who introduced resolutions for the suspension of members who would not submit to the gag rules John Redmond said to a representative of the Associated Press The scene last night in the House of Commons was a direct result of a trick on the part of the Government A vote on account for seventeen millions had been brought up for discussion It covered a multitude of items and included over 2000000 for Irish purposes The discussion was initiated by English mem bers on the English education question and it was universally understood that the whole night would be devoted to this English question and then the debate on the remaining items would stand ad journed On this understanding a large number of Irish members including pome of the most experienced members of the party left the House Suddenly at the close of the sitting at midnight Balfour proposed to closure the discus slot on the entire vote of 17000000 This naturally provoked an outburst on the part of the Irish members who were in the House The scene was one most disgraceful to the Parliament We in tend to raise the matter ds a question of privilege As a matter of fact some of the members were turned out of the House who took no part in the scene and most brutal violance was exhibited in the moving of some of our members The action of the Government is likely to defeat its object and will make the Irish more determined than ever to resist the Governments plans to choke the discussion of Irish affairs Commenting upon the scene in the House of Commons the Freemans Jour nal rejoices that Ireland at least possesses a party that will teach Westminster that if the rights of Ireland are to be sacrificed the character and privileges of Parliament will accompany the sacrifice II The Irish News says that Nationalists throughout Ireland will be filled with the utmost indignation at the cruel and outrageous barbarism meted out to their constitutional representatives The News Speakerinstrous tyranny worthy of a Ministry that is run by coerdonisU and Orange lodges HUMS AGAIN David H Russell tile popular Secre taryTreasurer of the Old Times Distillery Company returned this week from an extensive business trip tie reports aa increased demand for the Qld TJOMM lined which is recogalwd ae cane of the beet in Kentucky DH k aWraee Mr Russell also visited nlativw i- nSS 4 11J L- 1a n I 44r ST PATRICK I Sons of time Emerald Islr Appropriately Colour His Anniversary Misses Joseph Ino Hocrtz Senf and Dee Mullarky Soloists Officer Tom Fitzffihh Sing Irish Bo Lament CAKE WALKING AND RECITATIO Seldom has a St Patricks day cell bration been awaited with such intere as is this year manifested by the peep of the Falls Cities who will throng Ml cauleys Theater from pit to dome on th evening of March 17 to witness thev txa cises commemorative of the honor an veneration which still exists for Ireland great saint 1 The entertainment is under the a- pices of the Country Board of Direct of the Ancient Order of Hibernians wl have succeeded in arranging prograti of great meritone calculated 4 the most critical Already time tickets is very large and those who ha not secured them should dosoaton Readers of the Kentucky Irish Amerlc should bear in mind that there iirnore tra charge for reserved seats therefil those who await the last hour mayj gallerThursday Directors met in Hibernian Hall to he reports and arrange the order of exj cases Frank Cunningham who coin from St Louis to make the opening ij dress will speak upon Irelands Dt tiny and that the subject will bf w treated goes without saying The speak will be introduced by County Preside Tom Keenan who has invited the Sta and county officers to occupy seats ucj the stage IOfficer Tom Fitzgibbons one of J bestknown men on the police force ai a popular Hibernian will sing the rtn- Boys Lament and all the members the force off duty will be there to lie him Dave Reilly and John McGnii both of them are noted singers have Cf sented to render scverarseleJBBH the friends of Tommy Keenan ex him to score another big success Misses Josephine Hoertz Ida Senfan Bee Mullarky than whom there are u more beautiful or accomplished soloist in Louisville will contribute much totb enjoyment of the evening They wJ sing the songs of Erin as they are seldn heard each being possessed of an exceej ingly sweet aud well cultivated void Miss Jennie Giles prominent in must circles will be the accompanist Durfa the evening Mike McGuire who promt to become Louisvilles greatest elocutip ist will give a recitation forwhlch 1 has been making special preparation This young mans work is being watch with great interest and his selection fcj this event will be most appropriate Mr Murt Gallagher and Miss Mamt Cain and Mal Shaugnessy and MisslUJi t Meagher will furnish much atnusemetrJf with their cake walk introducing features provokingWillassisted by Arthur Fahey and Heuf Silliman have prepared another please sketch which will equal any seen beL for many years 5 This will be the twentyseventh antnt celebration of the anniversary of it Patrick by Louisville Hibernians wi hope this year to eclipse their fprn ones both socially and artistically All those who are to take part at earnestly requested to meet at Hiberma Hall next Thursday night President Keenan and the Board Directors will meet in specialssesii next Tuesday evenin- gKNIGHTS OF COLUMB Delegates From TwentY StatefII Annual Session The annual session of time Natio Council of the Knights of Cola lopened Tuesday at New Haven Cot with delegates from twentyfive Sta the District of Columbia and the J Inca of Quebec present the annual report of SupremS Edward Hearn of South Framio Mass dwelt upon the gratifying ress of the order which now num about 70000 men During the past seventyeight new councils were fit luted The gain in membership 12108 more than 1000 niemben month The reports of the other nationalt ctrs werevery gratifying Time next veritioH will probably be held tit AtU City Ni J Supreme Knight Hearn reelected for another term f The Louisville council was represei by Mr spalding Coleman who Is psctsd home today t If Icing runs fa cake and will stick ftonrslioukl be sifted over the 8 and tba wiped Ifwtha soft i baton applyiug th icing a U JC rt1 c A i ii A TJ a KEKTOKY IRISH fiMERI6fiftIIIINMIU- IIMMNINIIi voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WIl hIAM M HIQQIj l8 utalierrner SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC Entered at too Louisville Postoftlce 09 SecondClass Matter tJdiMsall Commaslcatlonitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weit Oreen Street USVItU KY SATURDAY MARCH 9 1901 PEOPLE OF GENTLE BLOOD We begin next week an interest ag series of articles on historic kh families Our readers wil he series helpfyl and instruc veil as interesting As the Mr Joyce observes in our ere are many assuming the trappings of aristocracy because of t the accidedtal gathering ofa little- rI wealth there are thousands r now toiling in humbler paths whose ancestors were famous men and great aristocrats In the centuries I gone A knowledge of this fact unquestionably will urge those now L struggling to strive the harder and Iby noble deeds elevate themselves nd their descendants to that pot JRu the world to which the get tility of their birth entitles then If the series shall have this result our efforts will not be in vain jMany of those now at the bottom sof the social ladder do not eyen know what the great men of their blood accomplished in days gone by 1 It is time that they came into possession of this knowledge The writer we may remark iin passing is one who has devote considerable study to Irish history hud has access to the lines of Descent of a number of historic Irish families While these in sour cases may appear to contradict our ordinary histories they have been relied upon as more accurate be pHpathey represent the latest re- Searches of the most distinguishe Keltic scholars of the age It will be a series worthy of being pasted tin many scrapbooks as somethin for the young people to read PURE FAKE i The animus against the Irish wa I plain in dispatch from London pub lished in papers in thiscountry last week to the effect that Irish mem hers of Parliament were arranging j to send two of their number to the United States to beg funds to support them while in Parliament or V many of them would have to aban 4 don their seats This was promptly denied by all the leading Irish mem I tiers Everyone knows that mem i bersof Parliament receive no sal f wyt and the Irish people certainly know it and when they elect a man without personal means to support himself in London the V means are always provided if not by his constituents by the Irisl people at large No Irish ember of Parliament has yet been com pelled to resign or desert his post i for lack of support and to sug gest the probability of such a thing gwja gratuitous insult to the Irish people as well as to their repre jentatiyes It has been many years ace IrelandI at1 in this count anduulesE British misrule again produces contention coercion famine and pov grty in Ireland it will not be again d and the Irish with half ta wit take care of them yes v fiNQLANDS DECISION Simultaneouslyi with the adjourn nent of Congress comes Englands Mecisiou on the Hay Pauncefote Itreaty as amended by the United jtates refusing to accept it pvnether1 this reply was purposely tiayed does not matter further ign ifauch be the case due test pf the United States in rt pressing for an answer was used lo the discredit of the Eng ih Ministry The reply jii even oIJ couched in insolent language a was the reply on the Venezuela boundary matter but we all know the final result of the Venezuela case It will be the same in this The American Government acts with proper respect for the right of nations but will not be bullied least of all by England as will Ibe manifested in the next session sof Cungress The Clayton Bulwe hampedingiif England will not agree to a new treaty it will be repudiated Uncle Sam can get along without a treaty if England can but treaty or no treaty the Nicaraguan canal 5is needed by the United States and will be built and managed by the United States regardless of who England may think about iit Diplomacy having failed to ron ciliate Johnny Bull Uncle San will stand pat on his rights whit Johnny never did approve any how SHOW THEIR HAND Englands rejection of the Hay Pauncefote treaty just got in fin time to be counted as the proposedl treaty expired by limitation at midnight of March 3 Thus the English Ministry again put their foot into it by discourteously refusing to accept the treaty when by waiting a few hour the same result would have been attained by default without their showing their hand as well as rude manners and ill temper This clears the way for future action Howard the building of the Nicaraguan canal and Senator Morgan in the extra session ol the Senate has introduced a reso lution to abrogate the Clayton Bul wer treaty as the preliminary tc independent action by this Gov ernment As the extra session iif necessarily brief this resolution I may not be adopted at this time especially as nothing could be done in the canal matter till Congress meets in regular or called session the House not now being in ses sion The suggestion however meets with such general approval even among those not enthusiastic for the canal heretofore that it witt likely be adopted in ample time too early to please England who it seems will never learn that the way to insure the American people doing anything is to attempt to bully them not to do it They will do it then Jf they have to fight for it The Clayton Buiwer treaty will be abrogated and the canal built without Englands consent or aid and managed by Americans without discrimination or favor to any which seems to suit nil but England OUR PATENTS WIN After months of consideration andl liscussion the management of the iondon railways have decided to adopt the Sprague American sys teni in applying electric power and improving their road ThisI wards the contracts for the work to Americans involving millions of pounds as the entire system will be tebuittas well as changing the motive power from steam and thisI isI only the forerunner electricity isI proving so much cheaper easier nanaged cleaner and the transitt faster that it will soon displace the team locomotive in all EuropeanI sties The American patents are one and all superior while Englandl ias nothing to offer but steam which will have to go and site will lose out elsewhere to the American M she bat In her own r capital citYLondonwhich iis unquestionably the hardest blow that could have been given English genius and builders But the world do move and the ankeeIIt seems to be in the front row of the procession I I I The British Ministry and their whilom talkative attaches maintain a stolid silence as to the proposed abrogation of the Clayton Bulu treaty and the Nicaraguan canal project The British press affect the facetious in their comn ents on Senator Morgans resolution and intimate that the Senator is an agio tator without following whose tall ing kills anything he has the presumption to meddle with But Senator Morgan is not that kind of individual he is one of the old school who neither approve nor practice such senseless and ineffecl ive tactics he is regarded as one of the ablest and most sincere men iin public life who talks only when 1 he has something to say and says iit in a way to attract attention and merit approval The Westminster Gazette is consoled by the fact that the route of the canal is not yet- definitely determined utterly oblivious of the fact so frequent demonstrated that the right of way has already been granted surveyed andestimates as to cost figured out but withheld until the international problems have been cleared away The way once cleared as Senate Morgan proposes and the canal decided on the work of construe tion will begin be pushed am finished far too quickly to suit England The report published by the Lou don papers that Gen Botha the Boer commander had surrendere was purely a scheme so often played by the speculators in the London Exchange Coming throng the newspapers it was accepted for a time and the decline in Kaffi and other South African stocks was stopped but the price did not advance The speculators seem to be wary of these reported Britis successes in South rlfricai and dont bite readily and inquiry was made at the War Office for offcisal confirmation of the report which was not given and the fact that the Bank of Englands abnormally high rate of discount414 and 5 per centwas maintained gay the snap away and the holders of South African stocks still hold the bag Tile general trade depression in England causing the closing of shops and factories due to Ameri can competition has set all Eng land agog In the controversy the same old problem is the puzzler How the American manufacture can work his employes about two thirds the hours and pay then double the wages of the English workmen and yet supply the fin fished product cheaper and make larger profits than the English man ufactur The American manufac turer and workmen do not follow the methods of their grandfathers but develop new methods of say ing time labor and expense at the same time increasing the product another problem the Englishman cant solve Youre too slow old maul 0 The Boer war dispatches arc mixed as usual On the one hand Boers are starving discouraged surrendering and leaders anxious to give up the struggle on the other the Boers continue as active and annoying as ever Botha and De Wet moving about without effective resistance and London is stunned by the news that 500 British are besieged and bom barded in Lichtenberg by Delarey have lost heavily and unless promptly reinforced will be anni hilated or captured With the bubonic plague invad ing Cape Town from the sea and the Boers chasing things around back of town the situation of the British at their port of ingress and egress from the seat of war is not itI all pleasant for His Majestys troops nor their friends at home tot pod r gyer Reinforcwneot might 1 Ca U Jo rrrlr u annihilate fbeB6ersprovidedlho8e reinforcements can pass unscath through the plague at the only portI of landing The sa news was this week re ceived at the Trappist Abbey of Gethsemaui of the death in France of Rev Father Edward formerly I Abbot of that famous monastery who was compelled to relinquish his charge anti return to France because of failing health His uprightness I of life love of justice and care for the poor made him a great number dfofriends in the UnitedII States An important joint meeting of Kentucky coal miners and oper ators has been in progress here for several days Both sides should earnestly strive for an agreement just to all thereby avoiding 105s of moneyutime aud labor The demands offlhe miners are moderate and could well be conceded by the operators LIFES WORK ENDED Deputy Sheriff John Greany Respected and Popular Citizen tR After a long period of illness that confined him to his bed for the greater part of the preceding year John J Greany the wellknown and popular Deputy Sheriff and prominent Hibernian passe peacefully away at an early hour last Saturday morning surrounded by his brothers and n sisters and other close friends at his home 1709 High street Fortified and strengthened by the sacraments of the church he patiently awaited the summonsUhat was to release hint from his sufferings recognizing those at his bedside anal conscious to the end Kind hands and medical skill did all that was possible tp mitigate the suffering but his long illness so weakened him that allwas withoutavail Mr Greanyijiad lived a useful and busy life and was honored and respected by all who knew him Educated in the parochial and city schools his life wasI spent ou Highstreet where he was born While still a youth he learned the mold lug trade which he followed until he entered publicjlife about fifteen year ago his first position being Deputy County Assessor which he held during two terms For three years he was a deputy under Sheriff John Fflanz and had served in the same capacity with Sheriff Bell and no man about the Court house had more friends Always a stand Democrat and untiring worker for his partylie enjoyfedjtheycaafiaence andrs specfoTfTiliJpolitrcalbpponeuts and all with whom heTcame in contact during these many years His death will be sincerely mourned by our IrishAmerican citizens with whom he was actively associated being long a member of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians who visited the residence Sunday evening headed by President Thomas Dolan and Secretary Mike Tynan for the purpose of paying the last sad tribute and offeing prayersI for the repose ofhis soul About nine months ago the deceased was stricken with a complicated disease and since had Been an invalid Three brothers and two sisters survive him They are Thomas Greany of Chicago and Edward and Joseph of this city and Mrs William Delaney Seventh street and Mils Katie Greany withI whom and his lw brothers he resided The funeral took place Monday morning St Patricks1 church being thronged with mourning relatives and friends among them many city officials and people from a distance The services I were very impressive Monsignor Gam bon being the celebrant of the high mass of requiem The pallbearers were see lected from the1 Hibernians and were Messrs Martin Cusick John Mulloy James BarnvJ mes Burns Dennis Coleman Michael McGillicudy James Two big and Joseph Taylor His late associates in the Sheriffs office Messrs Henry Bell DictfSchmitt Wallace Ren fro Dennis Heffernan William Drescher John Moore Joe Ludwig Frank Carroll and John Tarltoir acted as honorary palls bearers A long line of carriages followed the remains to St Louis cemetery The funeral discourse of Monsignor Gambon leeply impressed his hearers moreso lian any they ever before heard The city of rAulsyi1l has sustained the loss ofE another good citizen the young men off the West End a true and devoted lend and to the brothers and sisters we extend our heartfelt sympathy in their hour of grief May his soul have eternal rest and I ghtr EUCHRE AND DANCE The gentlemen composing the com Jittec having rchargei the euchre andl nice to be gives by Division 4 of the ibernians on Wednesday evening Aprili 24I have almost eu5pleted the arrange jeats for a grand social affair and have neared several handsome prizes Hiber nians and thtk friends will do well to keep the date hi mind as every effort ill be made by q men ot Limerick to make this the eWiit of the season SULLIVANS EN RECOGNIZED That the ille detective department under Chi William Sullivan ranksI with the best Is videnced by the action of the Washini Mi authorities Major ylvester Polio rCommissioner at the ations capital Muring the services of ightwnof tae t men in the country iurib the lnn Hon called upon the kl force a rponae Detective arthDo left foe Wwhington turday 1 JuJ1 J a- i 0 t nrrr rteaSOGlEtY Mrt and Mrs M V Monarch of Owensboro arrived here Wednesday Miss Julia McManamau left Wednes day for a two weeks visit to New York Tom Mattingly and T J Kelly of Springfield were here for a few days this week Miss Celia Laven spent the past weekII in New York where she selected MISS BEE MULLARKY- A charming soloist who will appear s at Macauleys on St Patricks night gant line of spring and summer fashion for her friends Miss Gertrude Spalding returned last Thursday from a short visit with friend in Lebanon Miss Nannie Kennedy has gone Ito New York where she will remain till after Easter Mrs Thomas Boden East Oak street entertained her euchre club most delightfully last week Miss Mary Munger of Dayton 0 spent the past week here as the guest of Mrs James Holly Miss Sallie Donigan left on Thursday for New York and the FAst to be gon about three weeks IMiss Anita Fleming this week visited her sister who is at the Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati Miss Anna Voigt is again at her horn in Jeffersouville after a pleasant visit with friends at Chattanooga Mrs John Hughes arrived here yester day from Martinsville Ind where she has been for two weeks Mrs R E Fleming left Friday for Mt Sterling to visit her cousins Mr TClancyIMss Edna Worthingtonleft Mondaj for Washington to spend several weeks with her aunt Mrs Jackson Frank Bonnie who was here for the wedding of his sister Miss Ada wil leave for St Louis tomorrow Miss Emma Sweeney returned Wednes day from New Orleans where she has been for the past three weeks Mr and Mrs George Mulligan are home again after a short but pleasan visit with friends in Cincinnati It was reported Thursday that Thomas Gill who is ill of pneumonia at Port Fulton is in a critical condition Dr Cuthbert Thompson a prominent resident of Anchorage will 11avein April to spend three months in Ireland I Miss Mildred Kelly left Monday for her home in Pittsburg after a delightful visit with her grandmother Mrs William KellyMr and Mrs Arthur Musselman are the proud parents of a pretty little daughter who arrived at their home on First street last week t Miss Dora M Kuhn 1027 Eighth ex pects to be able to mingle with her friends tomorrow after a two weeks ill ness with the grip Miss Annie McGlll is expected home today from New York City where she spent the past ten days in quest of spring and summer styles Among those from the city visiting West Baden during the past ten days were Fred Bruens B Cullen T J Gill and Rhea Armstrong Mrs John Slack and Mrs Frank Par sons are home from Washington where for the past six weeks they were the guests of Mrs Manning The numerous friends of Mrs Thomas Tobin will be pained to learn that there has been no improvement in her condition during the past week Miss Mary Welsh has returned to her home in Pittsburg after an enjoyable visit with her cousin Mrs Thomas ShiveiyiootEth Louisville The many friends and admirers of Miss Josephine Larkins Twenty eighth and Cleveland avenue were rejoicing this week over her recovery from the grip Dr Frank Eisenman is very happy over the arrival of a fine baby boy at his home on East Jacob avenue Mother met child are doing nicely and receiving many congratulations The many friends of Mise Gallic Miller of 1622 West Madison street will be pleased to know that she is now convales cent and hopes soon to be put again after an illness of several weeks Jalew Blench and Wise Leota Bierach entertained in n charming manner last Bight a large number of little friemlaat u r1 MILLINERY PATTERN HATS I HELBURN CO 335 WEST MARKET ST Near Fourth Avenue Opposite Former Location We will announce our Spring Opening in these columns mmm+ + + + Uum= mmmtU1m+ + ALLEN W KINNEYCAN- DIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION Igor JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 JAMES W NAPIER FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Benson 01 Herr CANDIDATE FOR GolliltilJJEFFERSON F Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1 NOVEMBER ELECTION Frank Parsons FOR JUDGE JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Party on DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BR 2WIG C01flANYo XNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 rOUISVJrrn SY ENDS and SPENCER Expert ePccraeuddaEducates Yotmg People For Business Good Employment and Saccate CALL on wnrrc you run iHroBUATWH tW NIIIHIlW BDfM AND unfair Business College the Allegro Club house Nineteenth street in honor of their birthday anniversary Mrs John Bradley 1217 Rogers street whose condition was this week considered very critical has been prbuonnced out of danger by her physician Tire will be welcome news to her friends find relatives James M Honrigaa who has been ill with typhoid fever for the past four weeks at Sts Mary and Elisabeth Hos pital is now convalescent and his many Meads will be glad to know that he will earlynextnextwflIkl 0 Y I 9u n I Spalding Coleman is expected home today from New Haven Conn where he I went as the Kentucky delegate to the national convention of the Knights of Columbus representing Louisville Coun ell Martin J Sullivan who recently mar ried Miss Blanche Meehan of First street has returned to Portland Maine His wife will spend the winter with her mother here She will leave for Portland some time early in the spring The law compels one to do impossi bilities t lj 0- a o 1 if 9 f J r t J iii1 IC iV 5 n 0 JLII9 of A f c Ht+ t t t H + ttU NEW TREBINGS HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY Amerfcan and European Plan 620622 W Market St1 Louisville Ky Tolcpliono 343 1 A The finest and Jest equipperl dol 1mr a day hotel In Louisville + Special rates to professional peo t pIe coALtDolluhertu 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 JELLICO NUT 300 LAUREL LUMP 300 LAUREl1NUT275 Pittsburg Lump 325 Pittsburg Nut300Br- own Leghorn Egg- s5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier How Brown leghorns Laytwelve liens and pullets laid 1233 eggs In 1899 Jnn 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 162 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 15 p MOORES PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS 4HiHHHIIi Mill2 1 Hl 1 St11 Cloud Hotel S E Cor 2d S Jefferson Sts IsA FLANNELLY Proprietor I European Plan 50c 75c and 100 American Plan 2 and 25- 0MH44HHHHI 1 1 1 III1 HlMI I 111 1 I1FI EXPEI2OPTIOIANA 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 M1 MURPHY DEADER IN GROCERIES PRODUCE MEATS Wines liquors Feed Ray lid Orals N E Cor Seventeenth and Portland Ave dearys Exchange 1241 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 Illinois central BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville rtemphis A- NDNew Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Yes tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagCincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates Particulars furnished by any Illinois Central Agent WlKCBRIDKCitipnger Aeut- oiirth and Markets Loithll1e AH Hanson GP A ChlcH Wrn Alfred eIIO- dAGALoiiaifl I Up Stairs Over English Woolen flllli Stor 1 One Door Weat of the Dig Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework ale gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORING D D S PROPRIETOR TEMPLE THEATER MeffertEagle Stock Compan IN MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION Davy Beautiful Crockett1 VAUDEVILLE WARREN AND BLANCHARD KLEIST BROTHERS THE POLYSCOPE with New Pictures Matinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular PriceslOc 15c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY COMMENCING MATINEE MARCH 3 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday Heuch and Fennessys Comedians rTHE PAMBIER8PresentingM Burke Brothers and Mike Wise IRISH S3OCIETYDIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresMent Tim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- Treasurer John Mulloy SergeantaLArmsJohn Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording SecretaryJohn Moouey Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday Evenings af Each Month President John Cavanaugh Vice PresidentMichael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings bf Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice Presidentthomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial Secretary Thomas Langan 722 Oldham street ShaughnessyTreasurerHarry SergeantatArmsJerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayZvenlngs KennedyPresident Vice President John Winn CallaghanFinancial West Ninth street Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReUlyPresidentRobert Vice President John Kinney Recording Secretary Dan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kenne- yflhISWAMEIUCAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph Nevin WTarpeySecondRecording Secretary Jphn 3J Flynn Financial Secretary Joseph Byrne Traasurer Thomas Keenan SergeantJohn Keuney Sentinel Timothy Lyons Mr arid Mrs MlcbaelScully recently married and nov residing with the brides mother at Stl JMt CoJUge Mr e J will shortly remove to Mount Hollow OH the Brownsboro rod where they WIr ceite thdrfriend I IRECENT DEATHS Mr and Mrs John P Chester have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends inI the loss of their infant son whose death resulted from a severe attack of spasms The remains of Elijah Osborne who died at the residence of his son George Osborne in Lagrange were brought to this city Monday and interred in St Louis cemetery Deceased was seventy six years old We regret to announce the death of John Shcehy the well known Louisville Nashville fireman which occurred Tuesday morning He was a brother of Mrs Matt J Casein His funeralvas largely attended Thursday morning the solemn services being held at the Dominican church Mrs Mary Overton relict of the late Walter Overton and wellknown in Catholic circles for her piety and charity was burled from the Cathedral with re quiem high mass Monday morning For some time past she had been afflicted with organic heart trouble which finally caused her death Mrs Ellen McDermott for many years a resident of this city and well known in Catholic circles died Monday evening at her residence 010 West Walnut street She was the widow of William McDer mott and a devout communicant at the Cathedrql where her funeral services were held Thursday morning The funeral of George Conley Sr who died Tuesday evening aj the residence of his soninlaw Weden Webb 2042 Bax ter avenue took place Thursday morning from St Briglds church Rev Father Connolly conducting the services Two growu children mourn the loss of a de voted and loving parent who was re spected by a wide circle of friends Great sorrow Is felt for the parents of B Frank McGill who died last Tuesday at the family residence 1114 Thirteenth street He was a young man of good character holding a responsible position with the Adams Express Company His funeral took place Thursday morning from Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the requiem massThe remains of Miss Leonore Taylor who died last week in California arrived in Louisville Sunday evening and were taken to the residence of James M Fetter 422 Belgravia Court She was the daughter of AR and Anna Rudd Taylor of St Louis Her funeral took place Monday morning with requiem mass from the Cathedral the solemn services being largely attended IMPROVING AT HOT SPRINGS Letters received this seek from Hot Springs convey the welcome news that Col Mike Duffy the well known plumber and Capt Henry Weatherford have nearlyrecovered from the rheumatism with which they have been suffering RIDE IN A JAUNTING CAR A long line of vehicles outside cars and cabs some of them battered and shaky others sufficiently well looking was gathering on two sides of the green for Dublin you know is the car drivirig city in the world Francesco and I had our first experience yesterday It is easy to tell the stranger stiff decorous terrified clutching the rail with one or both hands but we took for our model a pretty Irish gfrl who looked like nothing so much as a bird on a swaying bough It is no longer called the jaunting but the outside car and there Is another charming word lost to the world There was formerly an inside car too but it is almost unknown In Dublin though still found in some of the smaller towns An outside car has its wheels practically in side the body of the vehicle but an inside car carries its wheels outside This defi nition was given us by an Irish driver but lucid definition is perhaps not an Irishmans strongpoint It is clearer to say that the passenger sits outside of the wheels on the one inside on the other There are seats for two persons over each of the two wheels and a dickey for the driver In front should he need to use it Ordinarily he sits on one side driving while you perch on the others and thus you jog along each seeing your own side of the road and discussing the topics of the day across the well as the covered in center of the car is called There are those who do not agree with its champions who call it Cupids own convey ance and they find the seat too small for two yet feel it a bit unsociable when the companion occupies the opposite side To me a modem Dublin car with rubber tires and a good Irish horse is the jolliest conveyance in the universe there is a liveliness an irresponsible gayety in the spring and sway of it and ease in the halflounging position against the cash ions a unique charm in traveling edge ways with your feet planted on the step You must not be afraid of a car if you want to enjoy it Hold the rail if you must at first though its just as bad form as clinging to your horses mane while riding in the row Your driver will take all the chances that a crowded thoroughfare gives him he would scorn to leave more than an inch between your feet and a Guinness beer dray he will shake your flounces and furbelows in the very win dows of the passing trams but he is be loved by the gods and nothing ever happens to 1m- Divisions 4 and 10 of North Adams Mass wilt not hold their usual St Fat ticks day banquets this year but will unite in having a lecture by Rev Father J J Donnelly on Sunday evening March 17 The Ladles Auxiliary of Division 1 of Providence hare voted to attend insbody tIle Ilecture and entertainment at f evefThe Hibernians are among Its beet and juot liberal supporters Signature Wed with a dpeadlrt oOdiu1aw Li NATIONALISTS Their First Steps Toward Self Government For Ireland ii 41 John Redmond on the Situation1 in the British Parlia tment Today I it Irish Members Are deriously Embarrassing thoKTory Majority BEST ORGANIZATION SINCE PARNELL John Redmond Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary party in the Eriglish House of Commons gives to the Sunday World the following statement of the achiev ments of the party since the opening of ParliamentThe party has begun magnifi cently Its ability industryand resolute spirit have worked a veritable Parliamentary miracle Just consider the cir cumstances We are confronted by a Government backed by an unexampled majority recently strengthened by a triumphant appeal to the country We have besides a Liberal party lacking both in leader and policy and sunk into a pitiable condition of inefficiency A large percentage of our men are new to Parliament where we have to face in addition the prejudice which Irish Na tionalists always encounterin this alien assemblyaYet by unceasing vigilance by maintaining the constant attendance of nearly seventy members we have initiated most of the business which has occupied the House and have controlledwhat we did not initiate By availing ourselves of our opportunities have secur a all the time allotted to the discussion of grievances on going into Committee of Supply for the whole sessionhWe carried by our votes the miners eighthour bill which wllleffect an in dustrial revolution we have twice re duced the Government majority of 134 to below forty In two weeks we have demonstrated that a united determined active Irish party enabled to maintain continual attendance at Westminster has the British Parliament at its mercy which is the first and most important step toward compelling itto grant na tional selfgovernment to Ireland The Journals London correspondent cables that the Irish members of Parlia ment are planning a revival of friendly campaigns in America and Australia in support of the Irish cause Their Parlia mentary organization is fetter consoli dated than it has been for yrs All the leaders have sunk their personal feelings under the lead of John Redmond with the result of making themselves more prominent in debate and before the publicThough unable to hold the balance of power on account of the huge Conserva tive majority the Irish party is far more active this session than it has been It has adopted a new form of attack by asking questions and embarressing the members of the Cabinet greatly to answer these questions in the Commons already upset by the publicity given to numerous little Government schemes at the same time casting a flood of light upon the African war mismanagement hitherto concealed The imperialistic war cry is growing lless daily in the country The rule of the Commons that the Gov ernment must give an answer of some sort to all questions formally entered on the paper the previous dfiy has given Irish members a chance to make life on the Ministerial bench exceedingly un pleasant Already a complaint has gone up from the Ministers that the Irish are obstructing business by their numerous questions entailing giving uri half of each days session to answering them The Irish intend to appealto America and the colonies for subscriptions They say they need only a little money now really to accomplish something toward Irelands freedom WHAT COMES NEXT i IrishAmerican Society Had a Spirited MeetlngThurs- day NlKht The meeting of the IrishAmerican Society Thursday night was Spirited and enthusiastic The applications of Murt Gallagher John Danaher and James Dolan were received Chairman Joe Byrne made a partial report on the Emmet celebration which ftas a great financial success He was tendered a rising vote of tiianks for his services as were also all jvho in any way assisted The Finance Committee aubmittedits report having found the books and accounts correct and Vise President Torn Tarpey the former TfMturcr was commended for his careful guardianship of the financ1The question of holding a reunion outing this summer was intf duced and was referred to Messrs Thomas D Claire Joe Byrne and William M Higgins who will report at the first meeting11 April FATHER MURPHY EXPflCTED Rev Father Murphy of Cattedrl who has been suffering from the grip in Boston where Jie was called some weeks ago by the illness of hit Mother has almost entirelyrec ered1ISLoi Is villa friends will learBwit6ttMW that be tspccU to be back next wiik pots on furniture fir oilclothWho removtd by rubbing with cam pbOr u 1J-U THEATRICALS Davy Crockett perhaps the most popular American play ever written and a beautiful backwoods idyl will be seen at the Temple Theater next week and in the hands of the MeffertEagle Stock Company a finished production is assured This was the play in which Frank Mayo I scored his greatest success and the local theatergoing public will be glad to again see this great romantic drama which will he presented with special scenery and I stage settings and at popular prices should draw crowded houses at each performance Good vaudeville has been secured for next week and between the acts will be seen Warren and Blancard and the Keist brothers The polyscope will present new and startling pictures Heucks and Fenuessys Ramblers a vaudeville and burlesque company which comes to the Buckingham ilext week is an entirely new organization that has met with remarkable success The company Is made up of some of the best attractions which have appeared in the past few years and is therefore the very cream of the vaudeville and burlesque profession The show is made up of startling and unique feaures and is divided into three parts two burlesques and a big bill of specialty acts The opening burlesque is entitled The Queen of the Holland Dames and is a bright lively satire on a sensationalepisode which occurred in New York some time ago The situations in the burlesques are extremely funny The e11erpely popular farcecomedy A Hot Old rime comes to the Avenue next week It was one of the most pro nounced hits of last season For the present tour everything is new and of an exhilarating character A notable gathering of comedians dancers and lyric artists makes up the perfect comedy organization HOUSEHOLD HINTS Use soap for making starch The linen will have a glossier appearance and the Iron will not be so apt to stick In roasting meat turn with a spoon in stead of a fork as the latter pierces the meat and allows the juice to escape To keep lemons as well as to improve their flavor put them into more than enough water to cover them and change it every day or two Yellow oil stains left by the sewing machine will easily be removed in the wash if they are first rubbed over with a little liquid ammonia To obtain onion juice press the cut sides of a raw onion against a grater and move it slowly The juice will run off the corner of the grater Marble statuary that has become grimy can be cleaned by first removing the dust and then washing it with a very weak so lution of hydrochloric acid If your hall is narrow place a mirror opposite the parlor door This helps out by reflection the very narrow space usually given to this part of the house Tarnished brass may be cleansed by rubbing with lemons cut in hilvcs If very dirty dip the lemons in a little ash sifted through muslin and wash well afterwardA of soda and water applied with a whiskbroom kept for the purpose will remove the brown streaks in bathing room bowls made by sediments in the dripping water A very young housekeeper frequently makes the mistake of planning for a great variety of dishes when she might for the same outlay have the very best cuts of meats and an abundance of the substan laTh In making a fruit pie make a small opening in the center of the crust and insert either a straw or a little paper funnel The steam will escape as through a chimney and all the juice will be retained in the pie- Parsley can be kept for winter use in soups and sauces by plunging fresh bunches of it into slightly salted boiling water and boiling for three minutes At the end of that time it should be removed and dried quickly near the fire In escaping from a fire creep or crawl along the floor of the room with your face as near the floor as possible As smoke ascends there is always a fresh current of air in which you can breathe with greater ease near the floor Rice starch used in laundering flue linens cambrics and lawns is made from pulverized rice It is mixed like ordi nary strach and French laundresses sometimes add a few drops of lavander or orris root to scent the dainty articles to which they apply the starch A zinc bath tub may be polished very satisfactorily with kerosene Have the tub perfectly dry before using the oil Cover one small place at a time with the oil rubbing it well with a brush and then a cloth When all parts have been cleanedwash the tub with boiling water Crisped crackers to serve with an oys ten stew or any white soup are a quickly prepared substitue for croutons or toast fingers They are made by splitting but ter crackers and spreading one side of eachwith butter Arrange in a pan with the buttered aide up and brown in a hot ovenIn broiling meat over coals never allow them to smoke After the coals have burned down somewhat throw on a handful of salt to deaden the flame that arises If the dripping from the meat takes fire remove the meat from the stove to cool for a few moments Do not try to blow it out One of the best things to use for a tea or coffee strainer is just an ordinary salt bag washed and boiled Make a hem In the t01and slip bneofthe rings through it that may be bought for a few cents at any department or hardware store These rings slip open Justuakeyring SiSO that the bag may be taken oIfaudboUed without the least trouble In making bage or ewes for silyenvare aft unbleached material should be em ployed Sulphur generally need in the c JOHN F OERTELBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CREAMCOMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE K FourIThe BuffaloJ c uteJ ato fI 1- PanAmericanr r ExpositionBig Four Routoin connection with Lako Shore Michigan Southern and NewYork equippedtrainBuffalo from South and West M B tiyalls President AgtWPDtpptAGPA Cincinnati S J GATES GENL AGENT LOULSVLLIE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Tier Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE C IQi2IGWlUOIl5 Rilwb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent magerWRfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Car Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALl UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out bleaching processes and it tends to blacken and tarnish silver Rubber in any form is another thing that should never be kept near silverware Silver is best wrapped In blue white or pink soft tissue paper and unbleached cotton flannel bags I admire your wifes style of writing Her diction Is perfect Yes her die tion is all right So is her contradiction That is wonderful French camelshalr serge is one of the popular materials for the spring tailor made gown Settlers and nome Seekers Excursions fto the West North and Northwest The Monon Route will sell very low rate oneway settlers tickets from Louisville on every Tuesday until and includ ing April 30 to points in Arizona British Columbia California Colorado Idaho Manitoba Minnesota Montana New Mexico North Dakota Oregon Utah and Wyoming also roundtrip home seekers tickets on every other Tuesday from April 5 to June 18 inclusive which will be good to stop west of the first homeseekers excursion point for fifteen days fiom date of sale going and limited to twentyone days from date of date re turning to points in Arizona British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Man toba Minnesota Montana Nehraska New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wis cousin arid Wyoming Representatives of Monoa Route and connecting line will meet Louisville MMengen at Cbiegoattdel8ewher that changes of cars occur More explicit information and map and timefolders will be fur nUhed by R H Bacon D P Ai Monon Route Xotuavffle Ky J iI DUNIGANSSeventeenYear I Whiskies BourbonIand Rye for family use 600 per gallon N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine FAHEYS EICWi JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice 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Secure Your Seats and Souvenirs at John MuHoys Tea Store 545 Fourth Avenue and Avoid the Crowds After Them HIBERNIANS What They Have Been DoIng the Past Weekfieera News Notes f John Barry rode safely over the Rocky Road to Dublin and is now n full fledge HibernianWilliam McGrath and John Swift received a cordial greeting at the last meeting of Division 4 The three divisions of Toledo will unite iu celebrating St Patricks day lIon John Finncrty of Chicago will be the orator for the occasion Division 3 of Birmingham l1at as entered the new year under atMM us circumstances Its membersii and treasury are being constantly argil fehlec Indianapolis Hibernians argjtwjjcin arrangements for a big demonstration iin honor of St Patrick Patrick ilcNelli has been appointedi grand niarshal for the daytoja PMisses Lizzfe rophy and Mataie Mc Garry were presented with gold watches by Division 5 of Trenton N J They sold tickets for the recent ball to the amount of over 3QQ National Director Patrick ONeill and other prominent Philadelphia Irishmen are visiting the divisions and societies iin behalf of a movement for the revival of the Irish language literature arts aa music jiNews of the ordeefr6nu Philadelphi is of an encouraging character lsteeting are well attended and new members ail being taken in nil divisions Specialal tention has lately been given literaryex ercises and all now hold social sessions monthlyHarry Brady than whom there is nc truer Hibernian anywhere appreciates the necessity for young men in the order His address to members of Division 4 was full of sound sense and logic and every member should strive to carry out his suggestions For some time jastTve have been Mri- vingtosecurrqPresident John Hennessyi picture for our columns Will some kind friend borrow begor steall one for us for a few days We will assume the jespon ibility and return the photo all right when the halftone is made Division 11 of Fall River Mass has ordered a new set of colors that will be shown in public for the first time on the occasion of the county parade in that city March 16 The set comprises an American flag and the flag of Erin Both will be silk and of the very best make The division at Cortland one of the most progressive and enthusiastic in central New York with a membership- of 160 which they expect to increase- to over 200 will celebrate with a banquet Thursday night next In addition there will be rendered an excellent literary and musical programme The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 2 of laltimore recently presented an Irish flag to Company A Irish Volunteers under command of Capt Caffrey The preSentation was made on behalf of the ladles by Miss Nora Murray James Johnston and Michael Redding re sponded for the company and order The recent grand ball given by the Hibernian Knights of Portland Me at the City Hall was among the most suc leasfnl affairs of the past season A feature was the handsome reception tooth devoted to Ueuse of the invited guests among whom were many prom anent military and businessmen and their ladiesThe first issue of the National Hibernian has been published and copies distributed through the Eastern States The paper contains the national directory sod much Irish news and literature Its managers have thus far ignored the Wet ern and Southern Stets though their assessment were among the first for warded the national board This years celebration by the Iiiber slue of St Paul will assume monster proportions Special high mesa will be snug at the Cathedral and a sermon appropriate for the occasion will be delivered by Father Lawler The parade will take place in the afternoon after which lunch and tefreehmenta wilt be served by the Ladiea Auxiliary in 3hef b1a1 Hall followed by 8111r rtmutlcl sad literary entertainment Qoottdaga HibentUM seem determined A make the St Patricks day parade the Htfpc iCTerai years pat Ten divl O L KnifbU of 8t Patrick Cfcthedrai- etsCad sad other societies will take C E LEMMOY D II RUSSELL President SectyTreas OLD TIMES WHISKY THE BEST i SOLDDIRECT DIRECTTO DEALERIN INONE ONEAND ANDFIVE BARRELLOTS AGE AND- QUALITY GUARAN TEED 3f OLD TIMES8 D13TILLERYib- C1PJ xoRs 126 E MafttStreetr Louisville Ky yELEPHONR 2856 part iI procession will be reviewed by the Acting Mayor and Common Coun cil of Syratiise and merchants along the line of macbwitt decorate their stores The Ladti ii AuSciUary will also parties pate ridinerln carriages this being their first nppelrance in a St Patricks day paradtt vjf day wilt be celebrated at Midsndhthe eight divisions of Alle gany county Md in impressive fashion The divisions from the surrounding towns will arrive at Midland on special trains and form Immediately under the direc tion of County President Welsh marching directly to St Josephs church where Father Sartori will celebrate mass Af terward It the meeting and banquet speeches will be made by Rev Thomas Stanton Eugene ODunne and Chris MonaghanOne most successful IrishAmer ican socialt affairs ever given in Washing ton took place at the National Rifles Armory under the patronage of Division 5 The dance music was exclusively Irish and the promenade air was The Star Spangled Banner Some of the famous tiumbers of Balfe Wallace and Moore were finely rendered and there was much enthusiasm at the finale which was the Wearing of the Green Na tional Treasurer Moran was among the guests of honor The executive committee of the St Patricks day celebration committee have decidedtnatthe celebration in San Francisco wiltybe divided into an afternoon and eve i g entertainment The after noon entertainment is to consist of the production of an Irish playat the Central Theater tile reading of poems recitations singing and an oration The even Ing entertainment will take place at the Mechanics Pavilion and will consist of singing Ifkh airs recitations readings illuminated lectures and a dance At the lest monthly meeting of the Hibernian B ildJug Association in Wore- HterMHIplanswere furthered for the ledicattoa of the new building and the Raster Monday concert and ball with which it fat proposed to throw the hall open to the public for the first tines It waagn d also that should the con ractor Wf ready to formally turn the edifice ov rto the association in timeit would Wr formally dedrcated March 24 The plan k to have a religious service similar to that performed when the corer atones laid to be followed by a tedicatioh address Uw Ratcstei Callltrata- Coloni t Excursions via the Motion oule Oil Tuesdays ebrnary iJ2 to April Q ioclutive the Moaon Rote- nnl sell Woamdclasa colonist ketJfrom- toiiiivill to points in CalifocnUat 68410 bring reduction of twenty del Ian fIoIreptar fare Bxwdlent IoC mnmo44lonsfnrnshed and special at- aatiast t Chicago Address B JL lsaoa D P Alloooa Route Loaf rille k4- U IRELAND Record of the Must Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Henry OShea has been appointed High Sheriff of Cork for the ensuing yearAlexander Nelson exMayor of Water- ford has been appointed High Sheriff of Waterford City by the Lord Lieutenant Successful meetings of the United Irish League were held in Westmeath and new branches organized at Rathkenny and Lobinstown Couudllor James Francis Barry one of the Nationalists selected by the co poratlon has received the warrant ap pointing him High Sheriff of Limeric There was a good attendance at the Navan monthly fair which is among the important ones with a brisk business iin al3epartments though prices were not a high as sellers expected Michael OHalloran returned militia man has been sentenced to five months Imprisonment with hard labor for rob treating his wife and children Service In the British armydoes not elevate Irish menThere is a great scarcity of labor iin Limerick Many have worked but two days in three months and the absence of employment has reduced the working class to a state bordering on privation and want- The Moy February horse and cattle fair was extensively patronized by Ung i lish Scotch Welsh and French buyers mud dealers The turnout of animal was large demand good and prices firm and active Mrs Johanna Murphy has just died at Curreeny a mountainous district of Tip perary at the age of 104 years She was born in the parish of Templedeny iin 1707 Her brother Cabel Crowe diet recently at the age of ninetynice Peter F Regan has been released from iastlebar jail He was met at the jail gate by prominet members of the League tad proceeded to Ballinrobe where hi was met by the band and a large crowdI of the townspeople who gave him at enthusiastic reception Rumors are current in Bandon to the effect that a coal seam has been discovered at Coolfoula County Cork The road running through this place has already been remarked for its peculiar black surface which is similar to that of the roads in the colliery districts of Eng and and Wales At a meeting of the Limerick Guardian I a letter was read from the Secretary I Office refusing to grant a pensioner named McNamara a sum sufficient to support himself he being in very delicate health There are a number of similar cases in the country and Councillor VRegan rightly declared that the letter hewed the way in which the English Government treated the men who helped to build up the empire It should be a ssson to Irishmen not to take the sbil ing While a man named John Dwyer from ixmile bridge County dare was driving home from town young man named Thomas Hastings of Old Francis street jumped upon the Car and asked what time it was Dwyer told him and con tinued his journey but soon afterward Hastings asked him again andgras ping the watch and chain Jumped off the car and ran away He was pursued and arrested by Constable Feeney who found the watch and chain in his pocket after which he was remanded to the petty ses bnsJames Dempsey a farmer and exsol dler was brought before County Court Judge Kane at the Gorey Quarter See slons for having set fire to the farmhouse of Michael Brien of Ballywilliam row by whom he had formerlybeen employed The prisoner pleaded guilty and produced his discharge from the army which showed that during his service he received three medals and a clasp for livery and good conduct His honor ntenced him to only six months im isonment in consideration of his previous good record Samuel Hezlett second son of a farmer arced Isaac Hezlett residing at Bally Versa near Coleraine met his death- anderlJlid circumstances He was driving two horses which were propelling reahing machine and being subjectto fita of epilepsy he fell behind the hors I arm of the machine catching bite e lay ou the ground and mangling b- blidly his leg side and arm wing ly injured Doctors were summoned fioat CoUmlne and Port rush who de- dadthat the only hope of saving the 1 r wig luaus life lay fa amputating the i even this would not- restsfetslpreuIL Unfortunately tbdr f iris welre only too HouldcdHea lett died a few day afterward Q How r AreYour YourII I If they need 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