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T KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME VINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 27 1901 n PRICE FIVE CENTS CATHOLIC KNIGHTS President Michael Itcichert t Visit Covington and New port Branches Will Bo Accompanied by Prom inent Members of State Council A Grand Reunion BciiiK Arranged For hero During Month of May- A STEADY GROWTH IN MEMBERSHIP State President Michael Reichert of the Catholic Knights of America has just completed arrangements for a trip to Covington and Newp6rt where the Knights are making great preparations for his reception and rousing meetings in the interest of this growing order Presi dent Reichert will be accompanied by members of the State Council which is composed of Very Rev Father Bax and John Score of this city Edward Houll han of Lexington and Sylvester Rapier of New Haven A number of gentlemen prominent in the Knights have also sig nified their intention of visiting the Cov ington and Newport branches upon this occasion and in order that all who desire may accompanythe party and share the festivities arrangements have been made with the Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Company which puts the price of roundtrip tickets within the reach of all Members of the Catholic Knights who will make the trip should notify President Reichert as soon as possible that ample accommo dations may be secured for their comfort The party will take the boat and leave here Thursday evening May 2 at 5 oclock and will likely return the following Sunday The trip will undoubtedly 1by a pleasant one and those having it in charge hope to be joined by a large num ber of local Knights who will enjoy a nice time and show their interest nnd loyalty to the good cause The popular and famous Old Hickory Quintet will also make the trip and assist in mixing pleasure with the business both on the boat and during the visit to our sister cities The members are all jolly boys who have never been excelled in entertaining and amusing their audi ences with original songs mutations etc This club which has a national reputation consists of Messrs Theo Krieger first tenor Ben Speaker second tenor Mike Reichert baritone Peter Ameling second basso and Henry Schaefer falsetto President Reichert and his fellow officers are elated over the work and fine progress the Catholic Knights are mak ing through the efforts of the Central Committee of Louisville of which Harry Veeneman is Chairman The former informs us that all the local branches but one were represented at the last meeting each reporting progress Eight applica tions were received all being young men only one being over thirty years of age This marked increase was a pleasant sur prise to both officers and members We also learn that arrangements are on foot and will soon be completed for a grand reunion of all the Louisville Cath olic Knights and their friends at St Marys Hall Eighth and Grayson streets during the latter part of May Eloquent speakers will be present and besides the audience will be entertained witha vocal and instrumental concert The pro gramme will be a good one As all Catholics including the ladies are in vited and there will be no admission charged the hall will be taxed to its utmost capacity The Kentucky Irish American will be represented at the Covington and New port meetings and full reports of the pro ceedings will be published +o+ 11THE POOR MISS HIM Deeds of John Mlvelaz Will Not Be Very Soon Forgotten The many noble and charitable deeds of the late John Mivelaz are slowly be coming known and many are the regrets that Louisville has not more men like him Since his death the press of the city has mentioned many of Ills com mendable acts but the highest tribute I was paid him by one who was his boy hood friend and companion in the West End nothing being able to sever the warm feeling that always existed between the two To our representative he said When John Mivelaz died Louisville lost one of her best and most enterprising citizens The Catholic church also will feel his loss as he was as good a Catholic as could be found He was beyond doubt one of the most charitable men in the city and the beauty of it was that it was real as henever even let his family know of his many kind acts John made a grand succes in life and it was due to his untiring efforts and honest dealings with his fellowmen He was always pleasant and his sole object seemed to beta please I knew him V when he stated to work at the EnglUh Kitchen aud after he started for bimaelf- I always took iny meals at his place I u often wondered at the amount of charity he bestowed on the poor who came every day with their baskets and to which there seemed no limit The Little Sisters of the Poor are among those wlto to their wants in person Indeed there iis profoundsorrow in many an humble home over the death of this man that none of us know anything about The poor have lost a friend whose place will not be soon filled and I doubt if there are many men like him whose death has caused more universal sorrow than any i that has occurred for some time Rev Father Rock paid a just tribute to his memory when he stated that Mr Mivelaz was the father to the familythe father to his father and mother and sisters and brothers aud those who knew him well knew how true this was I know of one case in particular that shows his splendid character and I heard of it accidentally as John never allowed things like this to be known Living in one room not far from his place of business was a poor man his wife and little daughter the husband being sick and unable to work Every day the good and devoted wife would come to the American Restaurant with her basket always returning with it well filled One day the little girl came in and with tears in her eyes told John that mamma was sick and asked him if he wouldnt give her something for them The basket was sent to the kitchen and brought out full and this was repeated daily The holiday season came on and these poor people were still unable to be out On Christmas eve footsteps were heard on the stairs to their humble room and in response to the knock on the door the sick woman bade the person enter The door was opened by the colored por ter whom John had sent Setting down two llarge baskets filled with the best of everything he said This is your Christ mas dinner from Mister Johnnie The girl had already retired to her little cot and the potter seeing that she was asleep handed the mother a package telling her it was for the child Both father and mother broke down and began to weep as though their hearts would break when this was places in their hands aud the porter to use his own words said after that he couldnt stand it any longer and had to leave Imagine the joy of this dear little girl on awakening Christmas morning and finding a pretty doll toys candies nuts and that Santa Claus hall not for gotten her How many more there are that John Mivelaz sent out Santa Claus to no one knows However I personally know that this happened exactly as stated and now that his noble soul has gone to its reward I relate this as it occurred just three years ago CATHOLIC ASSEMBLY Courses of Study That Will Bo Introduced at Plattsburg The officers of the Catholic Summer Assembly which gathers at Plattsburg N Y have just announced the programme of activities for the session of nine weeks which opens in July A new departure is the introduction of three special study courses of six weeks each for the benefit of professional people viz A course in logic under the charge of the Rev Dr Siegried of Overbrook University a course in Shakespeare by Profs Taafe and Coleman of the College of the City of New York and a course in the writing of English in charge of Rev John Talbot SmithThe courses have been introducedwith an eye to the interests of teachers all over the country The Washington University is represented among the lecturers by Mgr Conaty its rector Prof Robinson of the law department Profs Charles Aiken and Charles Neil Ottawa University I sends Rev M F Fallen George town University Rev Dr Pardow Bos ton College Rev Thomas Gasson New York City College Messrs Taafe and Coleman and St Lukes College of Washington Rev James K Fox The University of Pennsylvania has a repte sentative in Dr James K Walsh the lecturer on biology and the history of scientific progress In addition such lec turers as Rev Joseph Delaney Harry Austin Adams Rev P J Mahoney Miss Eugenie Ulrich Walter P Terry and Rev Herbert Farrell of New York Her bert Carruth Thomas A Mullen and Rev Mortimer Twomey of Bostom Mgr Loughlin of Philadelphia Rev Charles Kelley of Hoboken Rev Dr Driscoll of Albany Rev Morgan Sheedy of Pittsburg and Hon Thomas Linehau of New Hampshire will discuss various questions LARGELY ATTENDED The euchre and dance given Wednes day evening at Hibernian Hall by Divis slop 4 was largely attended hundreds of young people taking advantage of the occasion to spend a really enjoyable evening The committee having the affair in charge Messrs John Grogan Edward Moll Robert Mitchell Jerry Hallahan and Joe McGinn deserve praise for the interest they manifested The prizes which were handsome and valuable were captured by Mrs John Higgius Mrs John Gleason Thomas Mullaney John Broderick and Dennis Kennedy A feature of the new black cloth gown which adds much to the effect IB the little embroidered waistcoat showing R bar mony of soft gray blue and piuka in some dainty flower ot a Persian design in a graygreen silk WILL HANG Daniel Horton tho Notorious Murderer Now in Jail at Lebanon Should Not Escape time ColllI Blooded Shooting of W McKoarnor Threatened the Life of the Rev Albert Stroobolo Last January KILLED HIS WIFE AND CHILD Special KentuckyIrish FINJKY Kv April 23The people of St Matthews congregation of which the Rev Albert Strobcle is the zealous and popular pastor hope and pray that Dan iel Horton now in the county jail at Lebanon and the worst of desperadoes that lived within miles of their church will not escape the sentence of being hung on the gallows for the coldblooded and heartless murder he committed about a week ago wheu he shot and killed a well known and respected young man named W McKearney A few years ago this same desperate fellow killed his own wife and daughter for which he never suffered the penalty he deserved Since then he has been in the habit of carrying two revolvers on his body all the time and the neighbor hood was in constant fear and trembling lest he would do still further harm Horton is an outright A P A in his hatredagainst Catholics who have al ways avoided him Last January Father Stroebele held a mission at St Matthews a large number of converts mostly men joining the church among the number being W Horton a brother of the mur derer This angered and provoked the latter so much that he publicly threatened the life of the priest and said one night to use his own expression that he would go up to the church and do him up As there was no place close by where the priest could stay over night Father Stroebele slept in the little sacristy in therear ofilitcburdu Thegood people were in constant fear for his life and cautioned him not to stay there alone but the servant of God however seemed not to fear But now that he is in jail the people feel relieved hoping that the murderer will not escape justice this time- R T A d e JEFFERSONVILLE Fair by tho Ladles of St Augustines a Grand Success The fair given at Spieths Theater in Jeffersonville last week by the ladies of St Augustines church was a grand social success dud many expressed re gret that it was not continued longer There was an immense crowd present at the close Saturday night the different voting contests arousing much interest and excitement Miss Mary Kelly was awarded the mandolin and Henry Patrick theIAugustines school Each night a special programme was rendered among the most prominent taking part being Miss Julia Kelly and cityTheyCavanaughs West End Hibernian dra matic organization and all were heartily applauded for their excellent work Saturday night Spieths Theater pre sented an animated and brilliant scene The tables and booths were artistically arranged and beautifully decorated each presidedover by charming ladies to whom all pocketbooks were open In the center was the art and fancy worktable of the Young Ladies Sodality in charge of Misses Maggie McGrath Mar garet Hines Julia McCarthy and the entire membership The supper table was presided over by Mesdames Maurice Coll Gus Duble James Doherty Johathan Thickstun William Elliott Pat Burke and other ladies of the Altar Society who served a toothsome meal in a manner that pleased their numerous guests They were well patronized by the Hibernians who visited them in a body The refreshment tables were also well patronizedand very popular They were looked after by Mesdames Mike Kehoe Barney Coll Charles Lyons George Ehringer and other ladies of St Augus tines Sewing Society Their cosy corner was crowded at all times adding much to the handsome sum realized Among the large number in attendance were many front Louisville and the reception given them was a hearty one Besides the ladies mentioned Father OConnell Jack Murphy Mike Coyle Mike Kehoe Barney Coll Robert Glea son Prank Hogan and other gentlemen labored zealously and contributed much toward the pleasure provided for young end old SWEET POTATO FLOUR I A company id manufacture flour from sweet potatoes has Jjust begun operations 1 inear Vineland N jV South Jersey farmers arc inclined o push it along On much of the la din that section sweet potatoes arc thd natural crop and the sweet potato flour enterprise offers a local market with fusser uncertainties than the city coumnuis4n trade has The company will endeavofctp create a wide spread demand for its raluct by show ing the culinary possibilities of the flour I which is said to be verjTtootlisome The company has an authorized capital of 1000000 but one snill mill is its present plant ife5 YOUNG IADIES t- Will I Give a Solo Dance and Roceptlor iNoxt Monte ifc One of the most plea ng and enjoyable of the midsummer sea Sn events will be the select dance and reo Iption to be given by the Young ladies J nxiliary of Trin ity Council Y M I n Fountain Ferry Park on Tuesday May The reception commit ee is composed of Misses Gertrude Hurf enbeck Mayme Kiley Anna Daley pima Scholtes Lillie Ackerman Mayu 5 Burke Blanche Graff Anna McEllIdt J Maymc Fink Nettie Hoilman Josep inc Schwaniger Carrie Uhlen Mayme webcr and Alice Ellard and they will s are no pains to make this eclipse th r former social events which have bee ijpany and successful The First Re went Band has been secured and will i irnish the music for the occasion Popular and well kwn members of Trinity Council will Bast the young ladies among the ineml era being Messrs Theo Droppelman Ed 5x1 Wolf Joseph Huckenbeck Joe Pia Xonl Garvey William Oertel and JanUpDavern from whom invitations and Umekets may be procured WOULD MAKE 0 OFFICIAL In another column wIM be found the announcement of J MChatterson the well known lawyer who seeks the Democratic nomination for County Attorney Mr Chattcrt on has served in the School Board with abilihy and distinction and his knowledge of the law and long practice will enable him to fill the I office with honor and dignity RECENT DEATHS Andrew Henry and wife have the heart felt sympathy of a wide circle in the loss of their infant son George Whose remains I were tenderly laid away in St Louis cemetery Sunday afternoon Many called at the residence 1419 Maple street to tender their condolence Funeral services were held over the re mains of Mrs Carrie Byrne Clarke at Sacred Heart church Wednesday mornIing Rev Father Walsh saying the mass The deceased passed away Monday even ing at her home 1C08 West Oak street and the sad news caused deep grief among her relatives and acquaintances Deep gloom was cast over the city Thursday by the announcement of the death of Commonwealths Attorney Frank Parsons one of Louisvilles best and most influential citizens Mr Par sons was among the leading lawyers of Kentucky and his loss to the bar will be keenly felt He was a noble hearted man and one of the best officials ever elected here The funeral of Mrs Mary Bohe took place Sunday morning from St Marys church Rev Father Westerman officiat ing She leaves to mourn her departure one son and one daughter Frank and Rose and her husband Frank Bohe 1623 Lytle street who have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement The cause of death was due to ailments inci dental to old age the deceased being in her seventyfifth year By the death ofMrs Katie Keeley whose funeral was held from St Charles church Monday morning that parish lost another of its most esteemed members The deceased was the wife of Thomas Keeley 1316 Twentieth street with the Carter Dry Goods Company and to him and the mourning relatives we offer our sympathy and hope that the reward which awaits a life of service such as hers will be a comfort to them in their be reavement The announcement Monday night of the death of John Ryan a wellknown young railroad man was a shock to his many friends in the East End His ill ness had not been of long duration and his friends entertained hopes for his recovery Just entering upon manhood twenty years of age the blow IIs a severe one to his mother with whom be resided at 905 Weniel t street The funeral was largelyattended by fell nwworkmen and I I friends Wednesday morning at St Johns churchu V1 tr- r1 NEW YORK CITY Nine Hundred Thousand of Her Population Are of Irish Extraction Remarkable Showing olThat Nationality in the Em pire City Genius Political Power Com inorcial Skill and Valor Surpass All Others MANY CAME TO AMERICA PENNILESS The following article was written for the St Patricks day number of the New York Sunday World by James McMahon President of the Emigrant Savings Bank New York It is a valuable Irish document and well worthy of a place in our columnsThere are 000000 nativeborn Irish and IrishAmericans in the city of New Yorkby far more than any other nation ality Of this number more than 400000 were born in Ireland New York has benefited by them and everyone of the 000000 is just as important a force in the government of the nation State city and ward as the most distinguished descendant of the May flower immigrants The vast majority of these immigrants came to New York practically penniless Their capital was their health their honesty their innate cleverness their good nature their adaplibility their know ledge of the English language and an unconquerable determination to succeed They had to struggle these early im livinginmost of them managed to send home something across the seas to gladden an old mother or father somewhere on the green hillsides of Ireland They knew that there was no dishonor in hard labor so they dug ditches and carried the hod For years the descend ants immigrants of other nationalities who had been settled in America for genemtions ookely o n htiseJiardyl- aborers Indeed it was quite the fash ion to have a laugh at their expense With good nature they took this crit icism but they forged ahead Today the first St Patricks day of the twen tieth century the Irish immigrant and the descendants of the Irish immigrant of early days have wealth influence position in the greatest city of America He is not merely au integral part of the city he rules New York On Manhattan and in the annexed district there are COOOO more nativeborn Irishmen than there are nativeborn Americans The rush of Irish immigrants to New York began many decades before the German influx Result there is little comparison between the number of IrishAmericans and those of German descent in the city- I stated that the Irish rule New York Here are my reasons New York is a Democratic city A long line of Democratic Mayors among them De Witt Clinton Philip Hone William V Brady William R Grace Hugh Grant Thomas F Gilroy is further testimony The Irish are the backbone of the Democratic party They vote for its candidates with the unanimity of an old guard that has fought in many battles and suffered many wounds In the old land a common tyranny welded these people together Nothing binds men to gether as does the grasp of the conquerer Hence the matter may be stated this way The Democratic party rules New York The Irish rule the Democratic party Therefore the Irish rule New YorkConsider special instances and then marvel at the tremendous influence of this nationality in New York First in the municipal affairs of the city the abso lute ruler is Richard Croker Even his bitterest enemies pay him the compli ment of calling him such He was born near Cork Ireland in 1813 Take a State view The State Execu tive dealing with New York City is Gov ernor Odell It is an Irish name and the Governor boasts of his Irish ancestry A national view President McKinley by virtue of his office as Chief Executive of the nation has a direct influence on New York City The homestead in the north of Ireland near Coleraine where the ancestors of President McKinley spent their days is still standing From this homestead in 1798 Francis McKinley was led by English soldiers to Coleraine and after a trial of ten minutes without witnesses was put to death for upholding Irish nationality In the office of the Mayor of New York there are nine appointees Eight are of Irish descent The Secretary the chief clerk the bond and warrant clerk the two confidential clerks the stenographer the confidential messenger and the mes senger all of the same nationality Glance at other municipal departments The life and liberty of every man woman and child in the city is in the keeping of the police department The Commis MurphybornITbe prosecution of criminals is jn the- handof District Attorney tigene A Phllbin lIeia proud otJaia Irish Gs descent So is Recorder John W Goff The President of Manhattan borough is James J Coogan The City Chamberlain is Patrick KeenanThe President of the Board of Public Improvements is Maurice F Holahan The Commissioner of Highways is J P Keating The Commissioner of Sewers is James KaneThe Commissioner of Public Buildings Lighting and Supplies is Henry S Kear neyThe Corporation Counsel is John WhalenThe Comptroller iis Michael T DalyThe head of the fire department is Commissioner John J Scauuell The President of the Department of Buildings isThomas J Brady The Department of Correction is under Commissioner Francis J Lantry The President of the Board of Educa tion is Miles M OBrien Two of the four Aqueduct Commissioners are Maurice J Powers and John J RyanThe Chief of the Bureau of Licenses isI David J Roache The City Clerk is P J Scully The Collector of City Revenue is David OBrienThe IrisH who came to the United States came to remain as citizens Many fought for the land of their adoption Many died for it Foremost among the I Irish immigrants in the struggle for American independence were James and George Clinton the former the father of De Witt Clinton for three terms Mayor of New York Nine of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were Irishmen nine Presidents were of Irish descent Thomas Dunn English is authority for the statement that on the Revolutionary roster of the New York troops more than onethird of the names are distinctively IrishIn the civil war the famous Sixtyninth lithe fighting Sixtyninthcomposeda- lmost exclusively of Irish and Irish Americans with Col Nugent as commander had more casualties killed wounded and missing than its entire strength It started for the front 1000 strong and the casualties were 1177 In the SpanishAmerican war the read iness with which the boys of the Sixty ninth enlisted their soldierly qualities their eagerness for battle their one com plaint the fact that they were roc sent to the firing line won for them such n hey welcome home as washol ac- canted to 1tAlbeol1ier Newelors ig incuts put together i The construction of New Yorks rapid transit tunnel has as its guiding spirit I John B McDonaldan Irishman i Americas most eloquent orator Bourke I Cockran is an Irishman by birth 1 One of the great merchants of time world William R Grace of New York was born in Ireland John D Crimmins is another conspicu Otis example among the hosts of Irish men who leave forged to the front Others are Alexander E Orr Rev Dr Rainsford Major John Byrne and Miles TierneyGreat wealth is represented by the fol I lowing names the bearers of which are of Irish nationality Anthony M Brady Thomas F Ryan Eugene Kelly John A McCall W H Gelshenen the Mackays and Mrs William K Vanderbilt Jr In the fashionable world the Mackays Miss Leary Mrs William K Vanderbilt i Jr nee Fair and her sister Mrs Hermann j Oelrichs are among the prominent of Irish descent t On the stage a leading American actress Ada Rehau is of Irish descent i Blanche Walsh Mrs Oliver Doud Byron and Hattie Russell are also of Irish extraction j Famous names in the history of New York are Charles OConnor the leader of i the American bar of his time Thomas Addis Emmet the elder brother ofI Robert Emmet the founder of the Amer can house of Emmets Alexander T Stewart the merchant prince Richard OGorman Miles OReilly Peter B Sweeny Thomas Francis Meagher John Kelly leader of Tammany Hall Arch bishop Hughes Cardinal McCloskey Dr i John Hall and Chester A Arthur i Other men all of Irish nationalality famous in their day in professional and j commercial life were Eugene Kelly i Robert B Minturn Arthur Leary Bryan Lawrence James Olwell Peter A Har gous Gregory and Robert James Dillon i In Brooklyn borough the Democratic i leader Hugh McLaughlin and Felix Campbell President of the Peoples Trust are of Irish nationality as is Re publican Leader Hugh McRoberts of Richmond borough It is with much gratification that I refer to the high standard of family life among the people of Irish nationality jj They fill many churches in New York on Sunday but rarely are they found in the divorce courts REORGANIZED Dr C F Melton has reorganized the Limerick Democratic Club with a mem bershipof over one hundred and will call a meeting for next week the exact date and location to be announced in the daily papers There will be an election of officers at the first meeting AGAIN ON DUTY Officer Dan Sexton one of the but men in the Louisville police department has resumed his position on the force after an illness of several weeks with malarial fever His fellowofficers with whom he is1 very popular are elated to have him with theiii again a I j I POPE LEO Venerable Head of tho Ohm Prays Often For United States May Its Greatness and Pr pority Continue lIe Tolls America Ills Holiness Hopes That Agutn aldos Capture May End time War ENJOYS REMARKABLY GOOD HEATH Says the New York Worlds special cable The Pope granted a special audi ence to Senator Kean of New Jersey and Perry Heath Secretary of the Re publican National Committee last week YlastedY addressed Mr Kean asking several ques tions about the industrial and economical development of the United States apt showing himself perfectly familiar with the most important problems of national life and prosperity beyond the Atlantic Addressing Mr Heath the Pope asked several questions about President McKin ley for whom he entertains the greatest friendship and esteem His Holiness wished to be informed as to Mr McKin leys personal sentiments toward Catholics and appearedsatisfied when told that the President was animated by the greatest impartiality and justice toward them He recalled with pleasure that Mgr Ireland had been appointed to officially represent the President at the unveiling of the Lafayette statue in Paris lIb Holiness expressed the hope that Aguinaldos capture might mark the be ginning of an era of peace and general contentment in the Philippines He hoped the United States would deal fairly withthe natives The Holy Father brought the audience to a close by giving his apostolic blessing to his visitors and their families likewise blessing the President and the United States forwhose gpatq sand prospers praysSenatorgave the above information also said that they found Leo XIII looking remarkably well He was extremely lively and talkativeindeed marvel lously so for a man of his exceptionally advanced age The Holy Father has decided to spend 20000 in repairing the Vatican observatory so as to allow of a magnificent telescope being set up the gift of the Duke De Loubat CATHOLIC FEDERATION w Regular Monthly Meeting at Satolll Hall Sunday Night The regular monthly meeting of th Catholic Union of this city tomorrow night will be an important and interest ing one and members of all Catholic organizations Ire extended a cordial invitation to be present Beginning tomorrow night the meet- Ings of the union will be held at the hall of Satolli Council Y M L on Second BroadwayThomas laWyerhasthose who have never heard him should not miss this opportunity as he will doubtless present many interesting andktimely suggestions and thoughts relative to federation of Catholic laymen that are entirely new The committee appointed to nominate delegates to the national convention called to meet in Cincinnati in May will also make their report at this meeting and much other business of an important nature which should bring out a large presentedforThe committees appointed in New York last summer to draw plans for the formation of a national federation of Catholic societies met this mouth with Bishop McFaul in Trenton Reports of their work will doubtless be read at this layinthat a3givensubmitted thus enlisting the earne4tI attention of all Catholics in the matter i amongthe J 9 country WINDOW BOXES It will soon lie time to think about planting flowers in window boxes for a prettierthanivylelvedpink scarlet crimson salmon and white i shades Among petunias there are pur ngtnberous begonldodouble kinds the latter are perhaps they JDeniobetldobelt spanfront Ga N n to v72v d9 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM s l tllvoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans I wILXIAAI M JHIQOIIWS publ1ber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Rtitorod at the Louisville Postotflco as Second Class Matter Mdieriill lcIUonl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street rOLOUISVILLR KySATURDAy APRIL 2719011 ND OF GREAT LOVE SHOW English love for Ireland and things Irish does not last Last year while some thousands of misguide Irishmen wee distinguish ing themselves in South Africa by helping to deprive the Boers iof their liberty as a special favor they were permitted to wear the sham rock on St Patricks Day About the same time England metaphorically put her arms around the neck of her sister Ireland and loved her and praised her And againHall the world wondered Even the poor old English Queen was pulled over to Dublin to receive the homage of a few hundred obsequious lackeys and make u great show But all this was for effect England l needed recruits for her armies and it was believed Irishmen would rush to the front no matter how infamous the cause at a show ofa little affection John Bull really has no affection for any save his own blood nevertheless by nature a shopkeeper it is always easy for him to show goods if aught may be gained In this case much was not A few deluded youths joined his ranks it is true but iimmigration statistics prove that 25000 young f Irishmen came to the United States instead This record maddens Mr Bull Now he sees that he trotted forth his great love show 5u vain In vain he worshiped the shamrock In vain he exhibited his ancient i Queen in royal Dublin It is bitter but John leas pulled down his bills and gone out of the love show business Whatt will be the result We see its beginning already in the case of Mayor McHugh Nationalist member of Parliament for North Leitrim elsewhere chronicled For centuries English justice in Ireland has been administered by packed juries As editor of the Sligo Champion Mayor McHugh attacked this iniquitous system It was right he should and he did At once Mr Bull with his own hand lore away the mask he had been wearing How dare any Irishman attack a thing so sacred as an English packed jury It was another case of lese majeste there fore the offender was tried on a C charge of publishing in his paper seditious libels calculated to inter- feret with justice and sentenced id six months imprisonment If f you wont love Mr Bull when he pretends to love you he will cut out your heart and exhibit it as a trophy He must have a show of I some kind since he lives chiefly by t his profits Persecution of the sort however will result in two things disastrous- to Mr Bull First it will solidify Irishmen at home and second it will irritate them abroad Itn- ll r prisonment by packed juries in Ire land is not going to make 25000 poo people of Irish blood and de- scentM in America yearn for an AngloAmerican alliance even a little bit The hour is not one for an exhibition of tyranny on the part of England Mr Bull ought to realize that nowaday he is walk lug on eggs A DISGRACE TO THE STATE f The only strike ol note is in the- Western Kentucky coal minesin j that section where convict labor was once in vogue The businessmen of that section want cheap t labor They are as they have ever been ppppsed to organized labor and they afem to have the same set of minions for officials to use the law to oppress i coerce arrest and punish as felonsJ men whose only Rense is that they dare protest t and refuse to submit to oppressive treatment and unjust pay ask for better conditions and wages and decline to work if they are not granted This section of the State its business men politicians and officials alike are a drawback to the advancement a menace to the peace and a blot on the good name of the State It is their representatives at Frankfort who lead iin opposition to every effort for labor legislation and strive to secure the enactment of laws to suppress labor restrict trade discourage and hamper enterprise and indus try If the coal operators of that section can not run their mines and hold their trade in the market with out a system of slave llabor at starvation wages by maintaining an armed vendetta to drive out honest labor it Would be a benefit to the State if they would close up their mines and keep them closed If they persist in their course the limit of patience will be reached and bloodshed result It is surely the duty of some State officials to put a stop to such brutal outlawry as is carried on in the name of law by those whose duty it is to prevent rather than entourage and be a party to such arbitrary tyranny as has been established and prevails in certain counties by Judges and Sheriffs They should be im peached They are officers of the State whose duty is to enforce and uphold the law they are not the servants or agents of the coal com panics though they seem to be It is with reluctance that we speak thus of officers of the law especially of the judiciary but any one who has observed the decisions and orders issued by Judges and executed by Sheriffs in that section in the past few weeks must have wondered if this were in Kentucky in the United States or in the mines of Siberia Stop it before serious consequences result as they cer tainly will for it is not to be ex pected that men in this country will submit to being hounded threat ened and they and their families driven like felons for no offense against tine law but simply at the behest of the coal mine owners We have every respect for the rights of property and ofemployers but property owners and employers must be compelled to keep within the bounds of law and must not be allowed to use the officers in violating law and the rights of indi viduals for the employe has rights to be respected as sacred as those of the employer AMERICAN BEEF SHUT OUT It is usual for Governments in awarding contracts for supplies to give preference to home products quality and price considered and only when the foreign product is of a superior quality and cheaper in price is the foreign bid accepted But England has departed from this rule and announces that only bids for home product beef will be accepted at a higher price than is now paid for American beef for the army And thereby hangs a tale The United States and Argentine of all the countries in the world alone produce a surplus of beef Notwithstanding the fact that the Americans are the largest consumers of all kinds of meat such is the fertility of soil to yield grain and pasturage and so advanced are the facilities for transportation and slaughter that the Americans fatten cattle ship them hundreds of miles to the slaughter houses ship the meat in refrigeratory hundreds of miles overland and thousands of miles brielde1ivetrth freShweal in England and sell it cheaper than it can be supplied by English butchers to the English people ror to any other part of the world even South Africa The result is that English cattlemen and butchers have been run out of their own market by American beef and Americans have reaped also the harvest of Government contracts for supplying beef to the English army in the Boer war which is paid for with money raised by taxes on the Englishmen The English cattlemen and butchers sore over lost trade depressed market and low prices have appealed to the Government for relief and are to be given the exclusive right to bid against each other for the contracts to supply the army The law in England as elsewhere requires Government contracts to be awarded to the low est bidder but that point is evaded by a construction that the total expenditure for meat to the army will not be increased as the rations will be changed and though the prices paid for beef will be higher the equilibrium will be maintained by feeding to the army more mutton and less beef than heretofore But the American will not lose for while he loses the Government army contract he will monopolize the English home market You can not down the Yankee for his product is better and his price cheaper and he knows how to get to market The great strike of 50000 steelworkers which the newspapers reported likely to occur and seriously embarrass all industries and commerce like other labor crises predicted by them during the past few weeks was averted It was really never imminent or feared by those most interestedthe steel manufacturers and workers The occasion for the sensational reports was the meeting of representatives off the mill owners and the Amalgamated Steel Workers to settle some details of the scale for the remainder of the season and discuss preliminaries for the next season They satisfactorily adjusted their business and adjourned without the slightest disturbance of the steel industry or market for the present orin prospective for the future The steel men manufacturers and workers are very busy working full capacity overtime at advanced waKes with every prospect of a continuance for several years They are not worrying over any disagreements now or likely for the future The only thing bothering them iisi the manufacturers must increase their facilities and capacity and the workmen must increase in number or arrange some way to carry out their part of the contract to do the work there will be for them They leave the talk of strikes to the croakers who seem to have nothing else to do- Editing this paper is z nice thing If we publish jokes people say we are rattlebrained If we dont we are an old fossil If we publish original matter we dont give them enough selections If we give them selections they say we are too lazy to write If we dont go to church we are heathen if we do we are a hypocrite If we remain in the office we ought to go out and hustle for locals If we go out then we are not attending toi our business Ifwe wear old clothes they laugh at us If we wear good clothes they say we have a pull Now what are we going toi do Just as likely some one will say we stole this item from our exchanges and so we did The test of the finanaucial standing of nations like individuals is their credit By this test Englands financial degeneracy and straitened condition can best be judged Eng land a few years ago the money- bagS and banker of the world I is really on the verge of insolvency Her consols C3 per cent Govern ment bonds aredrug on the London market at 9454 a diiC un- t10fSpen nbrand ini other mar kets do not scent to be wanted by vectors TheUnftecl States 3 tFer n t cent bonds are 112 a premium ofI 12 per cent pr 175 per cent over English consols and are sought by investors everywhere A man whoYwill not pay his I debts and when suit is brought and judgmentJobtainsd resorts to I I technical1 1 scheming to assign or conceal his proerty to evade payII IrI went willl fit person for sin office that handles public money Rather such cot duct on the part of a public official should be good grounds for mat feasance and impeachment William McGrath and Thomas Judge spent tbe past week in Chicago D U Murphy a prominent citizen of London was a visitor here the first part of the week Miss Jnnie Woods is home from New Haven where she visited relatives luring the past week City Assessor Murphy and family will spend the summer at Pewee Valley Ifa suitable house can be secured William Brown has returned after spending n few days with friends and relatives in New Haven and vicinity Capt John hairy and bride will arrive home tomorrow from the North where they have been spending their honey moon Miss Nannie Fogle arrived here last week from New Haven to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Teresa l ogle and Prank Krebs Mrs William Witherington has returned to berlhome in Cloverport Ind after a pleasant visit with Mrs James Shea in Parkland Miss Lucille Smith one of Bardstowns prettiest and most popular girls spent several days here this week as the guest of Miss Nell Sexton Mr Marcus riiillips of the Western Hotel Springfield 111 is spending a few days with Mr Raymond Judge Lynch and family 243 West Chestnut street Miss Bessie Ryan who suffered from an illness of diphtheria is reported con valescing at herVTjome 10C4 Portland avenue relieving her many friends of much anxielv4 f Miss Victoria Crobp a pretty East End girl was greatly aihnired at the Hibernian euchre and dance Wednesday evening and almost suctetded in having the married gent1emen crowded out entirely Invitations have been issued to a reception and social tobe tendered a number of the young lady employes of Besten S Langen next Wednesday night at Din widdies Hall They are all popular girls and the occasion will be a pleasant one Among theruost attractive of the past weeks visitors liere was Miss Margaret Kellyof Birminghami Ala who was the guest of Mrs Fred De Funiak 204 East Chestnut street Her return will be hailedwith delight by a number of ad mirers j l Miss May Hayes who has been seri ously ill at the residence of her mother Innis Court for several months during which she suffered a severe attack of typhoid fever will next week resume her position as teacher in the Overhillstreet school The Columbian Societys dance last Thursday was a financial and social suc cess The Committee Messrs James Mc Kieruan Richard Walsh Richard Edelen John Grotty James Fahey Richard Lan gen and David Burke extend their thanks to all those who by their presence belped to make it the most enjoyable dance of the season Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Joseph Moye a prominent young man of New Albany and Miss I aura Schuman one of the prettiest girls of Southern Indiana residing at Moores ville Their marriage will be solemnized at St Marys of the Knobs with nuptial fuss Wednesday morning May 1Rev Father Hildebrand officiating Among the happiest of the May wed hugs will be that of Dan Dunigan the well known and popular machinist who will lead to the altar one of Limericks most beautiful daughters and a reigning belle This is the first announcement of the engagement and will be a pleasant surprise to their large circle of Mends acquaintances Tbe closing week of the Temple Theater was the most brilliant and successful off the entire season Col Meffert enjoys the confidence of the Louisville theatergoing public to a greater degree than ever before and the many patrons of this popular playhouse took pains to make the fact known giving him assurances of their hearty support next season Dr John B Knright the prominent physician and member of the faculty of the Kentucky School of Medicine wino has been suffering from blood poisoning at Sts Mary awl Elizabeth Hospital is able to be out again and is attending to his practice Df Knright was poisoned Ina peculhttnlanaer while handling cadavers during a demonstration to the students of the college with which he is connected Wednesday panting the joyous wed ding bells pfaitd forth their merry chime umtHQI Mg to the matrimonial altar tSt Bo race church two very popular young people MIr Ophelia Ifouiwe R lf med tanliljjdwrard Schneii der They were accompanied by Messrs Henry Rueff Charles Schneider William Fritsch aud Louis Fries The bride is the daughter of Henry Rueff with the Senn S Ackerman Brewing Company She is a charming girl whose presence added materially to the pleasures of our best society circles Louis Schneider the happy groom is a successful young business man and well known through out the city The ceremony was wit nessed by friends and relatives from all parts of the city and many from out of andIwell wishers of the young couple who after May 1 will be home at COS East Walnut street The marriage of Miss Lena Hubbuch the lovely and accomplished daughter of Sebastian Hubbuch and Joseph Dahlen a wellknown and popular jeweler will be solemnized with nuptial mass at St Anthonys church Tuesday morning Both are prominent in German Catholic society circles and their many friends will miss them from their midst The ceremony will he1 brilliant and will attract a large attendance of admirers and acquaintances Miss Emma Gocke and Joseph Leh man well known and popular young people of the East End were united iin marriage in the presence of a large num ber of friends at St Martins church Wednesday morning Following the ceremony and nuptial mass the bride and groom and near relatives partook of an elegant wedding breakfast at the home of the brides mother Mrs Herman Gocke Clay and Breckinridge streets The young couple are now spending their honeymoon in the East FRANCISCAN BROTHERS The Kentucky Irish American was this week favored with n visit by Brothers Paul Carney and Jarlath Edwards Franciscans from Mount Bellew County Gal way Ireland These gentlemen are here collecting for new schools that are being erected in County Galway and as their mission is a noble one we bespeak for them a kindly reception everywhere iin our midst such as they have reason to expect from Kentuckians They are sent here with the following letter from his Eminence James Mac Evillyl Archbishop Tuam Brother Paul Carney O S F and Brother Jarlath Edwards have permission to appeal to the generosity of the faithful in aid of the new schools in course of erection at the Monastery of Mount Del lew in this diocese The schools are to be conducted by the Franciscan Brothers of the Thing Order Regular and there will be special no vcnas of masses offered for the spiritual and temporal welfare of all subscribers The prayers of the community and of the children in the schools Will be also offere for the same intention JOIN MACEVIIIV Archbishop of Tuam PRAYERS IN GAELIC The following prayers are here printed in the Gaelic language our type being used BIKSSING I nanim n aher ogis n vic ogis n sprid neev AmenOUR I1 Awr uahir ithaw er nyov gu nayfer thanm gu dagu the reecht go ngyayn ther the hel er n tholloon mor the ngyeeter er nyov Awr narawu layhool hour doing inyuv ogis mob ghootng awr yeecha mor mohameedni dhawr vayhooniv fayn ogis uaw lig suing i gohoOii ocht sayrshing o ulk Amen HAIL MARY Shay the vahe i wirra ithaw lawn the ghraws ithaw n teerna i tuchir iss ban ilie thoo idir munauv ogis iss ban ilu thorro the vrown Eesu I nayv wirra 1 wawhir Day gwig orringe ni packig anish ogis er oor awr mauce Amen AN IRISH MUSICIAN In music and literature our Irish people certainly occupy high rank in Kentucky The latest person of Irish blood to come to the front as a musical com posed is Miss Halpin OReilly daughter of our widely esteemed fellowcitizen Dr J H OReilly Miss OReilly is yet in her teens nevertheless Finzer Hamill of this city have just issued a composition of hers entitled Delphi Walzes which is receiving Avarm praise from capable music critics Delphi Waltzes is not by any means Miss OReillys first effort although it is the first to be published We understand that in the near future a song of hers is likely to appear Louisville will always le glad to learn of any success that hay come to this young composer ALREADY LICKED Capt Huckleberry Hooker an old NeW York clipper captain who takes a lively interest iii yachting was discussing the coming international contest with some friends in West street the other day when he remarked I think this Lipton chap will take away the cup this time or I am not only no prophet but a blamed liar as well Its writ down on the log of fate and its no use trying to get away from itthe American boat is already licked Why contemptuously remarked Port Captain Wallace the Constitution will beat the Irish boat hull down The Constitution is an abandoned ship with this Government rejoined Hooker and that is the reason the yacht wont win A hoodoos on her NOTABLE OPENING The opening of the new store ofr J Bacon i Sons last Monday was attended byi thousands upon thousands of our citi zens and the members of the firm have been receiving congratulations all the week upon its success Prom morning Jill night the scene was indeed a brilliant oue The floral and other decorations were beautiful hud in keeping with Louisvilles largest and finest dry goods houtt Many telegrams and mewMgee wUufug the BacoDS continued success were receive1lu L 1901 November Election 1901 1I J aDICSchmittCANDIDATE SHERIFFJEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to thc Action of tine Demo cratic Party CHARLES F GRAINGER CANDIDATE FOR iMAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party 11101 NOVEMBER ELECTION ISIOt 4 WM BOSLER Candidate for Reelection for BaliffPolice Court a Subject to Action of Democratic Party t+ +r+++ + + + + +++4 +++ +++ +++t++tttt+tttHtlttttt+++ Ig01 NOVEMBER ELECTION IgOI 1 W xT BRMONIN IS A CANDIDATE F- OROliEFK I JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT SUBJECT TO TIlE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY +++ + + + + + + 4 + + + 44 + H +t44 + Ht+ t+ + + + + + W ALLEN KINNEY CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTINGATTOENEYPOLICE Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Chas MeriwetherCANDIDANE FOR City TreasurerSubject to Action of the Democratic Party Ig01 NOVEMBER ELECTION IgOI JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Inol NOV ICDI73II2 hlI3crloN tool CUCROECANDIDATE COUNTY ASSESSORrSubject to the Action of the Democratic rant W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party JOXJN II FRANK WALTERS Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Jf LIVERY AND BOARDINGSTABLE 407 EAST JEFFERSON 428 MID 430 STII BRA GN HOUSJ05 W i EAST JEFFERSON STREETM I LOUISVILLE KY 1zi f Iat a T1 HS McNUTT CANDIDATE jQR STATE SENATOR ThirtySixth District First and Second Wards and Jefferson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party nesr is THE tHE4PEGToa 7reeprttqNf ID 1enman 7rrp ShorT tvz z6a o Tygeufritiny s Tell9ra7tt ci1thiWtCIa N m m sifw lc ly fPBfi Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this school are preferred by business houses School open all year Students can enter at any time IBigFour The Buffalo Route to Jc 1901 PanAmerican r ExpositionBig Four Route In connection with Lota Shore Michigan Southern and NewYork equippedtrainbuffalo from South and West M E IrtfaUs President AgIIVPDeppe1GPACincinnati a ISJ GATES GENL AGENT LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE u y C m I t e a e a T In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON DItl Passenger Agent Loltisville Ky PRANK J AgentC onager W H McDOEL President and General Manager WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out MOORES PLflGE 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS b pyrpOp 0000000 ROGER HOMHI I Wines Liquors II And Cigars 1- f COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT III N W Cor 21st sad Portland 7 BAITS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars TnlI Phbpe a044aAnc BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAY MATINEE APRIL Let Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday The show that always makes a hit MISS NEWW fYORK JJR Conceded to be one of the best Different from all others DONT FAIL TO SEE CARRIE A NATION A Travesty on tIle Kansas Saloon Smasher BEST snow OF TIlE SEASON THE CLERGYMAN WON A clergyman was one day walking along a road and to his astonishment he saw a crowd of boys slUing in front of a ring with a small dog in the center When he came up to them he put the following question IWhntnre you doing to the dog One lithe boy said Whoever tells the biggest lie wins it Oh saM the clergyman I am surprised at you little boys for when I was like you I never told a lie1 There was silence for awhile until one of the boys shouted Hand him up the dog Scandal for a fool to hear is like lilting a nut with rio teeth with wise men it is a snowflake oa the sleeve that soon brushes off The 1loved jWu IBi noble and spurs us on to tJogroU thing and excites us tq detire always thin more perfect o GOES TO JAIL Patrick MoHugh Sentenced to Six Months Imprisonment Dublin press dispatches state that Pat rick A McHugh the Nationalist member of Parliament for North Leitrim and three times Mayor of the city of Sligo has been sentenced to six months imprisonment as a firstclass misdemeanant for publishing In his paper the Sligo Cham pion seditions libels calculated to inter fere with justice The comments com plained of attacked jurymen who found two men guilty of intimidating persons who had taken farms from which their former tenants had been evicted Mayor McHugh has been a fearless champion of Irelands rights never missing opportunity to speak for her people His greatest offense has been his condemnation and exposure of the jury packing policy of the agents of Eng land and his sentence to prison therefor will only result in more strongly uniting Irishmen under the banner of the United League British hatred and intolerance are more manifest now than for many years past READY FOR START Cracks of tho American Turf Stabled at Churchill Downs During the past week ninny strings of horses have arrived here and it may be sifcly asserted that the cream of the race horses of the American turf is now stabled at Churchill Downs Already large nunibers of strangers have arrived in the city and with propitious weather the New Louisville Jockey Club will next Monday inaugurate the most successful meeting in the turf annals of Kentucky The great Derby to be run Monday will present a fine field as will the four other events The Debutante Stakes will be decider Tuesday the Turf Con gress Handicap on Wednesday and the Dluegrass Stakes for threeyearolds on SaturdayThe Louisville Jockey Club peo ple have always been more than liberal and this years purses aggregate 80000 for the twelve days They deserve the patronage of the public and every lover of honest racing should visit the track and make the meeting a big success financially as well as otherwise Presi dent Schulte and Secretary Dressen have done great work for Louisville which should be properly appreciated The cards for each day next week are exceptionally fine each event being well filled THE NINEHOUR DAY The members of the International Association of Machinists will thorougly discuss the shorter work day movement at their meeting Monday night President Green and Business Agent Johnson are in communication with the largest firms in the Falls Cities and report prospects good for the granting of the ninehour day which will next month go into effect throughout the en tire country Machinists not members of the organization should bear in mind the fact that the initiation fee will be advanced after May 1 and are therefore urged to make application at once BEAUTY SLEEP Nearly all the great beauties of the world have testified to the value of sleep Under its influence every muscle is re laxed and all care dispelled The heart beats slower gaining new vigor for the waking hours A midday nap if only of a few minutes is wonderfully refreshing and it is generally conceded that sleep during the early hours of the night is far more beneficial than that obtained after midnight PRESIDENT SCHAEFER At the regular monthly meeting of the Bartenders Union officers for the ensuing year were elected Henry T Schaefer was honored with the Presidency and was also unanimously elected delegate to the national convention which meets in St Louis on Wednesday May 14 Presi dent Schaefer holds forth at John Burns Farmers Home East Market street CONVALESCENT John Reardon the successful young Limerick grocer who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past seven weeks is reported much better and his many friends will rejoice to learn that be expects to be able to be removed to Lie home at Eighth and Oldham streets today For some time his condition was regarded as very precarious DEBT PER HEAD France still holds the record for na tional debt She owes 151 per capita Great Britain stands second and owes 91 per capita Germany is third with a debt of 60 per capita The United States has the smallest debt of all the great nations and owes only 28 per capita BASE BALL The ball season opened here Thursday and though the local team lost the large crowd that witnessed the game are pleased with the showing made and predict that Louisville will finish near the top if she does not capture the pennant The team will be away from home during the races Low Rates le California Colonist Excursions via the Mouon Route On Tuesdays February+ 12 to April 30 inclusive the Monon Route will sell secondclass colonist tickets from Louisville to points in California at 1410 being reduction of twenty dol lars from regular fare Excellent aci cotrniodatioflf furnished and special at ttntion it Chlcako Address B H Bacon D P AjD Route roulvilkrlCjr Y I Up Stain Over English Woolen hill Store One Door Wet of the Biff Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammott1 Painless Dental Parlors436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS At BRORING Dl DlSt PROPRIETOR q I+IH1HI+1 +I+H+HtH St Cloud Hotel 5 B Cor 24 Q Jefferson Sts TA FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan COc 76c and 100 American Plan 2 and 25- 0HHHIHHHHH MEMORIAL MRS ANN TOBIN O happy wife beloved of heaven Too swift hath flown thy lifes brief day And yet of all who fondly loved thee Who mourn thee now not one could pray That een one tiny link be added Unto thy golden chain df years JThou were indeed too ripe for lieaven 1 To wish thee in this vale of tearsJjp i S fO worthy indeed of holy Mary M Falthfulrolower of her Son ttiJtThy highest aim to work for Jests g Thy greatest care all sin to shun T Fidelity to every dutytObedience and submission rare X And charity so sweet and teuderiiAll made thy soul surpassing fairyfe Within thy humble home so tranquil t Calmly thy happy days fiery by fairerThe passing years but made thee More fitted for thy home on lIgliii1j Ah well for thee thy Savior caiiRlUeY Back to Himself in gentle dea1tfipi So fair and pure so sweet a flowerjfii Could ill have stood the worldsVrude breath fi O wise dear wife when the summons To meet your heavenly Father dime Thy radient smile gave sweet assurance Thy lamp was trimmed all bright its flame- Detached Jv from all thy heart held dearest To nothing earthly didst thou cling But full of faith and resignation i Thy happy soul from earth took wing And when the silver cord was riven The gentle spirit heavenward flew We gazed upon thy smiling features And scarce could think that thou wert dead r A sleeping angel not more lovely Grim death of all its terrors shorn Aye een when in the grave we 1laid thee To wait the resurrection morn Farewell dear wife but not forever For when lifes weary exiles oer Well meet again in that blessed region Where death and parting are no more Ohl pray till then for us who loved thee Ask Jesus that our death may be Like unto thine a joyous passage Unto a bright eternityT T Louisville March 31 1901 JUBILEE VISITS The Right Rev Bishop has granted to all Catholics of the city the privilege of making their Jubilee visits in five days if they make them in a body with the St Vincent Society All so desiring should begin at St Boniface church at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon The people of St Boniface will be delighted with their company and it will be a source of edifi cation to the public A SUCCESSFUL AFFAIR At the candy pulling for the benefit of Holy Cross church last Saturday Miss Virgie West of St Charles Borromeos parish wonthe prize a beautiful statue pf Our Lady of Lourdes The affair was a splendid success in every way and tempts the good people of Holy Cross to wish a repetition of the occasion ATTORNEY KAVANAGH Among the many who this week grad u ated from tide law department of the Louisville University was Mr J J Kavanagh who is now a full fledged lawyer Though a young man hfs many friends predict for him a brilliant future and believe he will honor the profession he has chosen before many years HIT IN EYE Mike ONeill the wellknpw b rtnder at Boyles saloon Twelth and Dataware had a narrow escape Trout losing xu this week While tapping a keg of lid the bung flew out hitting him opth rlghIskle of the face and making hint tan but Ittdkily hla injury will not serious I I SATOLLI COUNCIL i New Life Being Infused by Addition of More- Mombers Satolli Council Y M I 710 Second street has had new life infused into its ranks by the addition of a halfdozen young men who had applied for mem bership in the past two months The officers ne doing all they can to make this council a strong one and as the club house is central and has all the attrac tions of an uptodate social organization there is no reason why the Catholic young men situated around the central part of the city should not be added to its mem ship The present officers are President VV J OSullivan Vice President Harry T Colgan Recording Secretary Martin Duffy Financial SecretaryJohn J Crotty TreasurerPhil Bohne MarshalErnest Bohne Sentinel Walter Morgan Sam Boldrick is the proud father of a little girl and congratulations were showered upon him by all present Walter Morgan after ten days illness is again able to bow and smile upon the girlsBen Gerst is reported lost since his recent trip to Evansville MICHAEL MURRAY Death of One of Louisvilles Best Known Railroad Engineers Railroad circles and the southern part of the city were cast in gloom Thursday morning by the sad news of the sudden and unexpected deathof Michael Mur ray one of the best known and moss popular locomotive engineers run 11ng out of Louisville Mr Murray was fiftysix years of age thiry of which were passed in IBe service of the L N During this long time he was never absent from duty and no man was held in higher esteem by the officers of the road The deceased was a brotherinlaw of Magistrate John McCann and resided at 1132 Sixth street His funeral will take place this morning from the Dominican church with requiem high mass and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers of which he was an old and respected member will attend the solemn obsequies in n body FASHION FOIBLES t Taffeta silk bands covered with stitch ing flourish in all sorts of designs on the cloth gowns Flower petals are used for brim facings as they may have been all winter and entire hats are made of the petals Some very dressy growns are made of silk canvas and a new material called glossylikeThe short jacket of black taffeta is most assuredly one of the chic garments for spring despite all the prophesies to the contrary- A novel skirt trimming for crepe de chine is two or three shirred ruffles with a deep shirred tuck on the edge of each one caught to the top of the ruffle below Pretty brocaded silks of antique design form some of time dainty little vests especially the outer one decorated with fancy buttons and simulated buttonholes Black lace hats are recommended by the milliners for immediate wear and one of these in toque shape is made over white silk mousseline daintily jetted and finished with a rosette of blue panne One of the new methods in princess form shows a few tucks directly in front a vest of the cloth trimmed with gold buttons and a tucked bolero of cloth edgedwith velvet in a darker shade and gold galloon- A new taffeta Louisine and panne rib bons which come in the loveliest shades are also very effective for bows on the simple hats and there are the gold threaded ribbons Steel and gold buckles and slides rather have the preference for decorationWith variety of straws Milan braids silk straws Leghorns chips and crinoline added to the endless variety fin combinations of straw and chiffon ami straw and tulle it is an easy matter to imagine something of the diversity which is possible in the millinery department Coats of some sort are the thing this season even for elderly women since they are made in all lengths and degrees of looseness Taffeta silk is most in use but some very elegant coats for the matron are made of peau de soie and trimmed more or less elaborately with lace and jet The hat with many brims is one of the fads this season and it may be supplied with two or five if you like A light blue straw hat shows five bums Veiled with blue chiffon but so arranged that they fall very closely together and the simple trimming is a bow of soft ribbon in green and blue with two large quills straight across the front The two extremes in skirts with every imaginable variation between are pre sented this season and some of the thin fabrics show the long almost straight skirt with no ruffles at the hem and plenty of fullness confined in tucks around the hips Other skirts show clus ters of shirring about the hips and the flare is produced by Vshaped panels of lace pointing up at intervals from the lace band around thehem From the Plunkvilie Bugle 1V stated in our last issue that Ezra Beal of Shooters Forks was seriously kicke- bye mule Ezra came limping into our office yesterday to explain that the mule kicke 1x1n lieethinks it was a durn poor foldInds anapolis Press f Try nwUaet for gra iteia 7R fRACESDerby Day April 29 Twelve Days of Great Racing All the best horses in the West NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cot Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old front 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch SO THEN WHYDONT DONTYOU 1 TIRED GET A CASSTOVE 1 Its a Womans Best Friend In an Age of Woman for it is the foe of Dirt Danger and Drudgery No more dampers to regulate no morn enervating heatno more coal to lug from the ceUarno more weary kindling ef tiresDo more soot to wipe away no more ashes to carry away LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 DUNIGANS SeventeenYear Old Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for family use 600 per gallon N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvedhens and pullets laid 1233 eggs in 1899 Jan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 161 Sept 152 Oct83j Nov 83 Dec 15 THE LAST SMALL OB FIRST There came along too a poor little maid hunchbacked and lame She was amazed that such delight shouldwelcome her sincenone had ever taken delight in her on earth She held her crutches tight thinking she could not walk with out them and wondering much to feel her feet so light Am I really in heaven Aye in heaven where thou hast so often longed to be How was that known to thee All things concerning three are known to me I was thy guardian angel in thy lifetime and whatsoever thought of glad ness was ever thine twas I who whis pered it- But how did I come here she asked bewildered I am not good enough I have done nothing to deserve reward Nothing The angels voice was low and tender I watched thee when thy little fingers stitched untiringly from morn till night for thy poor old theesharpest pain in silence that others might direstdpoverty thou always hadst thy mite to thyselfIfleast know how well thou hast de servedFrom A Festival In Heaven by the Queen of Roumania Smiles bpy us a lot of flowers in this world butto be serious means to find the thorn awl think n 7f EXPERT OPTIC i Aa GOLDSTEIN SOt 544 FOURTH AVENUE Fifty years experience youneed timebestyou satisfaction Ma MURPHY DKAIHR IN GROCERIES PRODUCEfMfAI8 Wines Liquors Feed Hay and Grain p B Cor Seventeenth and Portland Are ++++++tttttttHH+ F NEW TREDING3 HOTEL M J SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W Market Sf Louisville Ky Telephone 3431A The finest and best equipped dol lar a day hotel in Louisville Special rates to professional peo pie tt t ttBO YEARS 1P EXPERIENCE ITRADEAnyone enalnq a akelCh and deecrlptlon may qulcklr ascertain our opinionI free whether an liiTonunn In probably patentnblo Communica 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THOMAS KEENAN 2 DOllflWy K66111- UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth II TIiLIPI301 T 12 O2InAll Culls 1mringesiut u Jn FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INOORPORATIID Brewers and Bottlerst LOUISVILLE KY +r aoi aaaraaolaaaaaaraaraaaaa raaaaftaaraaaaeaaaaa aaamta oaaa lPARADISEi 1 SAMPLE ROOM 3 iiGood Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Poole M J MICKEY PROPRIETOR r Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street a M rr wr e e r r o+ rrr + xe i rr r nrrrrttr HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 hopes that the next initia tiott will be held on its meeting night We believe Louisville was the first city to exemplify and initiate under the new ritualDivisions 11 and 17 of Providence hilt iated eighteen members at their last meetingsJohn Flynn and Edward Ilrodericl are applicants for admission to Division 1 Both are good men Division 1 of St Paul has prize drawings monthly which brings out n large attendance at meetings The latest news form California says the order has taken on new life and is making remarkable progress Prom our exchanges we learn that the new ritual has been met with great favor throughout the entire country The members of the degree teams will meet Monday night at Hibernian Hall and all are urged to be present Two house lots will be offered as prizes for the union field day of the Providence Hibernians which occurs July 18 Division 31 of Providence has chosen its degree team which consists of seven teen members including the choir Green Isle Minn with a population of only 400 and Morton with 800 have each a division of the order with good membershipThe of n union halt1 for all the divisions perplexes Providence Hiber nians Their old halt has been occupied about ten ears- Dhision 1 willhereafter impose a fine upon all members who fail to attend one meeting each month The roll call has been insisted upon Division 1 was pleased to have John Cronen the electrician and John Dolan at the last meeting Work assigned them will be performed Hibernians will be glad to learn that James English who some weeks ago sus tained a fractured wrist expects to be ajlc to return to work next week The Hibernians and Daughters of Erin of Denver will receive communion Sun day morning May 5 Father Duffy will say the mass and preach a short sermon The events of the past week in Min neapolis were the social and dance Tues day evening and the shirt waist party Thursday night by the Ladies Auxil lariespDivision 9 of St Paul now meets at Twin City Hall which was literally packed the night of the first session when an excellent literary programme was rendered President Toni Dolan exercised good julgmcnt in the selection of the visiting committee for Division I The members arc Messrs Michael McGilliciiddy John Dolan and Martin Norton Among those who delivered addresses at the late banquet of Divisions 4 and 14 of Haverhill Mass were Father Keeling County Chaplain and Fathers Graham and Gorham Nearly 200 ladies and gentlemen werepresent There were many visitors present at the fifth anniversary celebration of Divis ion 64 in Philadelphia last week Its President and founder Patrick Boyle occupied the chair and Secretary Byrne urged the organizing of a ladies auxiliary in connection with the division The Denver Catholic says the Hiber nian Knights of that city organized about five years ago are considered by many military critics as the best semi military organization in the West and will compare favorably with their broth ers from the East when seen during the national convention The anniversary of Tom Moore will occur May 28 and it has been mooted that many divisions throughout the coun try will honor the event Perhaps Divis ions 1 and 4 whose meetings come nearest the event would celebrate if they got time hint as there arc many admirers of the poet among their ranks Division G5 of Philadelphia last week celebrated its first anniversary with A smoker initiating five members and re ceiving several applications President Duggan reviewed the past years work and prophesied that when another year would have passed they would have doubled their membership- The new building recently dedicated by the Hibernians of Worcester Mass is of brick four stories high with two stores on the street floor and cost about 40000 On the second floor are two halls or assembly rooms each 75x26 feet and the third and fourth stories are occupied by a hall 85x23 feet and twenty eight feet high There are also a ladies parlor kitchen library numerous ante rooms and offices The large hall wijl seat about 1400 There are quite a number in this city who seem to forget the existence of the order only when they need benefits Any one who forgets the order when well never attending meetings need not be surprised if they are also forgotten We know of several cases where the bene ficiaries who had not been inside the hall for a year called upon the order for bene fits the first day of their illness not knowing whether there were so many like themselves that a quorum Qould not be obtained Following the opening of their handsome new hall with n ball the Hiber nians of Worcester Mass began to hold a fair in the building It was opened by Mayor OConnell who is the President of Division 3 He was presented by County President Rogers SUte Presi dent John Ryan referred to the part he as head of the order had been privileged to play in the laying of the corner stone of the buildiug He announced that as President of the State organization he would summon the 600 delegates repre seating time 30000 Hibernian of Mawia chiuetU to meet in this hH on August u 0- lo n IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1- Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter JJ Cusick 1011 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy SergeantalArms John Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Mouth President William T Median Vice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFluancial 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Kelran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial SecretaryThomas Langan 722 Oldham street Assistant John TreasurerHarry Bray SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason KinneyRecording Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Ketme- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph Nevi- nPirstVicepresidentThos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas SergeantJohn Kenney Sentinel Timothy Lyons J M CHATTERSON Candidate for Democratic Nomination For COUNTY ATTORNEY 2C IflOtl and share with the brothers of Worcester thepride of owning the only Hibernian building in the State DERBY NIGHT BOUTS Hot Contest For The Worlds Wpltorwelght Champion ship Monday Irishtboilermaker and Malty Matthews the Brooklyn wonder are both in fine trim forthelr contest at the Buckingham Theater on Monday night for the welter weight championship of the world The ntemi have trained carefully for this event andjit should prove the best fislic en counter ever witnessed in this city Couhig feels confident of winning the battle while Matthews seems to have no fear of the result which means much to eachThe preliminary will be a ten round boutJor a decision between Willie Fitz gerald the coming Brooklyn boy and Barney Furey representing Cincinnati They are good little melt and will put up a figlitworth going miles to see George Siler the best referee of the present day will officiate in each contest From Manager Cook we learn that the sale of seats has been very large As this will be the greatest boxing contest yet pulled off here there is no doubt that the Buckingham will be crowdedand those who are wise will secure their scats before Monday evening This contest ulaces the Monarch among the foremost of the Western sporting clim- bsTHEATRICALS Manager Shaw announces for next weeks attraction the return of Rose Melville in Sis Hopkins which made such a hit at this play house on her recent visit The Boston Globe says Sis Hopkins is one of time brightest original comedies seen in this dty in many a day It is full of witty lines of clever and original situations and bright dialogue Miss Melville is an artist in her line and already a great favorite The Avenue will do a big business Derby week No finer performance and no better show has been seen than that which will be giyen by the Miss New York Jr Company which will be the next attrac tion to appear at the Buckingham Always a big favorite and relied upon to give a first class show theatergoers everywhere this season are astonished at the unusually excellent entertainment which is offered by the Miss New York Jr Company and the result is that big business prevails wherever the company appears It would take up too much time to describe everything individually and to give detailed accounting of the beautiful costumes elegant scenery and novel electrical effects which are to be found in the show but there can be no question of doubt that the general en semble is unsurpassed by any like attrac tion The public is quick to recognize an attraction of merit and repute and this is why this company bas a warm place ria the hearts of the amusement loving public MOIST HANDS GIrL who are troubled with moist clammy bauds should use a plentiful supply of borax in the washing water dust lug afterward with boracic acid powder prwIUt the best borated talcum powder Old glGY5r worn at iiight Are sometimes sucoMiful in whitening and softening rough bawls oatmeal water allowed to dry on the bands ii alsoan excellent bleacher i1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Michael Deering of Cork President of the Gaelic Athletic Association died recently He was n native of Limerick The Catholics of Lust are raising funds for the purpose of erecting a memorial to their late pastor Very Rev Daniel Heffcrnan W J Haughton a member of arcspected Catholic family in the town of Carlow has been coopted a member of time Urban District Council of that place A venerable Catholic resident of Kit gariff Loughglynn in the person of Thomas Gordon has been called to ills reward He was seventynine years old At St Marys Hall Manchester Eng Richard Joseph Hynes of Belfast re ceived the habit of the Alexian Brothers and took the name in religion of Brother Mai achy The town of Ennistynon has lost ia venerable Catholic resident by the death of Mrs Mary Daly widow of the late Patrick Daly the merchant She was seventyone years old The position of relieving officer and subsanitary officer for the Tralee No 2 Dispensary district has been given to Jeremiah OSullivan brother of the late occupant of the office The Rev lame Humphreys curate has been the recipient of an address and testimonial from the people of Herberts town parish in recognition of his faithful services while curate there Thomas McCaffrey of Derrygallin Roslea was evicted from his holding at that place Time farm is part of the college lands Mr McCaffrey resides on another farm and was not present at the evictionAt near Bandon Timothy Hurley a carpenter while dressing some timber struck himself on the shin with an axe and almost cut the limb in two lie expired before a doctor arrived or the scene The public house of Bartholomew Crowley on Henry street Kilrush caught fire and the building was totally destroyed as well as the adjoining establishment also devoted to the spirit trade of P Kitson William Mackay a painter while working at Arthur Guinness C Sons brewery in Dublin fell a distance of fifty feet and sustained injuries which caused his death He was in the employ of McCullough C Nearne the painters- A farmer named Alexander Cunning ham about sixtyeight years of age and residing in the townland of Shanaughy near Ballymoney disappeared and on the following afternoon his body was found in the river at the locks in the townland of CaruroeAt assizes for the County Don egal at Lifford n few witnesses were brought up who could not speak English and who were obliged to give their evi deuce in Irish The questions put to them and the answers given were very intelligently translated for the court by Mr Boyce the court crier The remains of Mrs Mary Duffy of Corthart were interred in the historic family cemetery at Kilahere The deceased who was eightyfour years of age belonged to an old stock of respect able people who were noted for their kindness to the poor Mrs Duffy was always ready to extend the hand of char ity to those in distress The funeral service was conducted by Father Clinton Two old tenants on the De Freyne estate were evicted for nonpayment of rent some time ago and are now com pletely destitute They are brothers named Morrisroe and one is seventyfive years of age while the other is seventy They have lbeen forced to seek relief from the Castlcrca Guardians to whose credit it must be said theyare determined to stand by the victims of landlord tyranny and injustice and aid them in the fight for their own The Guardians have marked their sense of the treatment of the Morrisroes by increasing the grant already allowed them In August a bazar and fancy fair and drawing of prizes will be held in Galway to raise funds for the renovation of time church of St Augustine and the paying off of the heavy debt due on the sacred building The beautiful decorations of the church have been much injured by rain which saute through the roof and walls The roof is in a deplorable condi tion and the stonework crumbling by the action of the weather is now absorbing rain and moisture The Augustinian Fathers have been established for nearly seven centuries in Galway Through the fearful days of persecution they remained among the people supporting and encour aging them The vast estates which they had administered were confiscated and they have now in their possession time very deed of sequestration dated 1603 and bearing the great seal of Elizabeth Settlers and HomeSeekers Excursions to the West North and Northwest The Monon Route will sell very low rate oneway settlers tickets from Louisville on every Tuesday until and including 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 0 to June 18 inclusive which will be good to stop west of the first homeseekers excursion point for fifteen days ftom date of sale going and limited to twentyone days from date of date re turning 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