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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i a 1 r ks J i r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANC VOLUME VIINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1901PRICEFIVE CENTS r TALK FOR ERIN Jon Redmond Patrick Me Hugh and Thomas ODon nell In Now York Envoys From United Ireland Given Big Ovation at Carnegie Hall Outline of Nationalist Plan to Make Rule of England Impossible PARLIAMENT THE MAIN BATTLEFIELD Notwithstanding there is a disaffection in New York City the Irish Nationalists received a hearty welcome upon their arrival upon American soil From the Worlds report of the reception tendered them Sunday night we extract the fol lowing Carnegie Hall was filled last night with representative Irish Americans in honor of John E Redmond M P leader of the Irish Nationalist party in the British Parliament The reception was under s the auspices of the Amalgamated Irish Societies in New York the Irish Nation alist Club and the United Irish League With Mr Redmond were Patrick A McHugh M P for Leitrim and Thomas ODonnell M P for County Kerry The three envoys whose mission is to secure American sympathy for Ireland were escorted from the Hoffman House by 200 men of the Sixtyninth Regiment under Col Duffy with Capt Scaulon as aideThe Executive Committee in charge of the meeting was composed of R J Ken nedy Chairman H G Bannon W G Fisher Stephen McFarJand John Jay Joyce William Temple Emmet and Col Thomas F Lynch Mr Emmet intro duced William A McAdoo Assistant Secretary of the Navy under Mr Cleve land as presiding officer of the meeting When the three distinguished Irish dele gates entered the audience arose and cheered and waved hats and handkerchiefs Mr McAdoo said that the threeI envoys had come to this country at a I critical time When he spoke of Mr Chamberlain as the worst enemy of the I Irish vlgoroushissing filled tbe hall Later Mr Redmond said that Mr Cham berlain ought to be hanged from a lamp post and the house applauded vigorously- Mr Redmond said in part This is the first point which I desire to make to you in my address to you to nightNationalist Ireland is unitedas one manl The United Irish League which has been adopted by the two con ventions end by the verdict of eighty constituencies in Ireland has spread all over the country and today has more branches than either the National League or the Land League in the past and the most powerful test of all the Irish people I have within the past fifteen months outtt of their poverty subscribed 150000 toIcarry out the programme laid down at the convention to conduct elections to j l sustain the Irish party in Parliament andII to spread the United Irish Leaguett Of that sum of 160000 practically I none whatever came from our brethren I in other lands and I know not what more conclusive test can possibly be suggested to prove that the reunion in Ireland is a genuine and complete one and that the present movement has attt its back the confidence and unanimous support of the Nationalists of the counII try This record entitles me to saycc therefore that Irish unity on all ques lions of principle organization and i policy is an accomplithed and undisput t able factcc Whether the Irish people at home arcII left in this crisis of their countrys his tory to carry on this struggle against I England without the aid of their bretbJJ ren throughout the world or not we at home are disciplined enough and strong I enough and earnest enough to carry on this movement ourselves and at any cost we shall do so We propose to advance the national J cause of Irishmen by making the govern I ment of Ireland by England in every dec partment both in Parliament and out ofI Parliament difficult and dangerous andc finally impossible We propose to accomplish J this end first by means of the United Irish League organization Now 1 the second way in which we propose toII make the government of Ireland difficult and dangerous and in theend impossiblec in England is by action of the Irish party j in the House of Commons I claim that the record of that partys last session in Parliament has been something of which all Irishmen may be proud Allow me j to take one instancethe Boer war WereII it not for Ireland no voice would have been raised In the British Parliament to protest against the brutal attempt to sup press two free republics in South Africa It has been said that in taking this stand ori the side of the Boers we have injured our own cause l tl not80 OurIriah cause lathe i cause of justice humanity and liberty We Irjsh members succeeded last session ia so paralyzing the British Parliamentary machine that we have ex hibUed it to the world as incompetent ton fulfill theduUea that are aMigaed to it tJ I notice that Mr Chamberlain pro portal as a remedy the reduction of the I IrUhntatiOD Well the proposal J- u ffCHARLE F GRAINGER OUR NEXT 1IAYORt lIt It It It It ItI Htt t It t t It t t t t ++ comes fittingly from such a man If Mr Chamberlain met his deserts he would end bis career by hanging upon a lamp post He Is a man who has been false to every friend who trusted him to every colleague who worked with him to every party to which he belonged and to every principle that he ever advocated No murderer ever went to the scaffold with hands more deeply imbued with human blood than are Chamberlaius today So far as we are concerned we absolutely de spise the threats We have heard them all before If Chamberlain could have had his way the Irish race would been exterminated by now but haveII is remembered only as the author of most disgraceful war in the bloodstained history of England the Irish national i cause which he once espoused and which he now attempts to destroy will be stroug and triumphant Mr McHugh followed Mr Redmond and suggested in all earnestness as be expressed It that Ireland should be annexed to the United States asa sovereign State Mr ODonuell who is a noted I J I Gaelic scholar also made a brief speech MACEIN COUNCIL I Will Entertain With Euchre and Dance NovemII ber 22II Mackin Council the strongest and best I known fraternal and social organization I in the West End has decided to enter twin its hundreds of friends at a euchre and dance at Schreibers Hall Twenty sixth and Bank streets on Friday evening November 22 The series of euchres given by Mackin Council this season at the club house have proven a source of more than ordinary pleasure to its euchre playing friends and the best society people of the West End and it is confidently predicted that the number of tables will exceed one hundred on this occasionI It has been customary for the council to give a euchre and dance each year to defray the expenses incurred by the club house series for which there has been no charge for players or prizes Many com plimcnts have been passed upon the qual ity of the prizes awarded at these euchres the entire cost of which falls upon the council While these very enjoyable affairs have entailed considerable expense upon Mackin the popular young men having them in charge are determined not to do things by halves and therefore never let a matter of a few dollars stand in the way I That the public appreciates this is evident every one of the handsome prizes to be awarded November 22 having been donated When it was announced by the committee that a big euchre and dance was to be given by the council to defray the expenses of the weekly euchres many friends and admirers of Mackin at once volunteered to donate handsome prizes which is a source of much gratification to the members and allwho attend their euchres J The committee having this affair in charge consists of Messrs Thomas Burk holder Chairman Ben Sands Charles Raidy Joseph Steltenpphl and A A i Baurle all of whom have gone to work with a will They promise to have players for at least one hundred tables and a jolly good time for all who favor them with their presence i OLDEST PRIEST li 1 It Probably the oldest priest in the United States yet engaged in active duties of the mission is the venerable Canon Jere miah Moynihan who has been for some years the guest of the Rev James J Sheehan rector of the Church of the Sacred Heart Newark N 1 In the eightyseventh year of his age and the fiftiHtixth of his priesthood the Canon still celebrates his daily mass hear con feaaione regularlytan preach or attend rick coifs if occasion requires aud is altogether a wonder when hU age nd labors in rife pMt are coiuidtrad WELL DONE Separated Brethren Help Cath olics Make the Bazar a Success Happy Feeling Prevailed at the Two Last General Meetings Twenty Thousand Dollars Realized For Orphans Now Asylum THE NAMES OF SOME PRIZE WINNERS t The big bazar at Liederkranz Hall for the benefit of the New St Vincents Orphan Asylum has been brought to a successful conclusion Be it said to the credit of all that it was a success from start to finish The clergy and the men and the women worked and worked hard to make it a success That it was successful is due not to any particular class but to the fact that all classes worked together not for glory not for money nor for personal aggrandisement but to comfortably house and care for the poor children whom the Almighty has seen fit to leave parentless If there are any Catholics in Louisville who did not do their share they are few in number Be it also said to the credit of Louisville Catholfcs that they have so much merited the friendship and esteem of their separated brethren that the latter assistednobly in making the bazar what it was Of course it was hard work For many it meant giving up rest pleasure and recreation of all sorts not only for the ten days of the bazar but it meant sacrifices for months before There were committees aud subcommittees Each subcommittee had its own meetings and then from time to time reported back to the superior committees There were at times heartaches and jealousies but all of these were cast aside when these noble clergymen women and laymen consid ered that they were not working for self but for the little ones dear to the heart of the giver of all good So when the bazar closed on Thursday night October 31 everybody was tired They wanted no more bazars They felt theyhadonly real material benefit any one felt was the fact that priests and women and men had through the bazar and its pre acquaintedwithknown otherwise men and women and priests whom they are proud to know I orphansbazar ti links of steel After all the bazar was worth working for I On Sunday night the general committee t met at St Francis Hall in the base ment of the Cathedral to wind up the I business of the bazar and to make ar rangements for disposing of whatever articles had not been disposed of Chair man E3OBrien presided After the reading of the minutes of the meeting held two weeks previous by Secretary John Doyle it was ascertained that nearly everyone of the twentyone BnglUh speaking parishes in the city were represented Reports of a financial nature could not be made for the reason that alI the returns of money were noOn Rev Father Conniff was able to report that l his parish alone had secured 62750 on f fhaurbeen presented with it by the good Sisters of Loretto Mr uJViiknnVfor and JB oohalfol Rev Father tBax reported that lJ G 0- a D 1 the gross receipts of the dining room had been 1500 the net receipts 1300 Rev Father Rock urged all ladies and gentlemen to make returns not latter than Monday November 4 The meet lug then adjourned until Thursday No vember 7 at 8 oclock plm As promised to their friends and patrons during the baler the ladies in charge of St patriCklbooth herewith announce the who won the various article on which they solicited chancestMiss Bridget Ryan brass bedstead Emmet Pitzpatrkk leather covered chair Monsignor Gambon handsome surplice V Miss Nellie Meehan Eton jacket Miss Mary Hughes gold and bronze chair Melvin Butler picture The Agony Mrs B J Campbell tine drugget Mrs Edward HblloraS washstand set Mattie Kerrick bicycle Miss Nell McIIhenny ofa pilllow Belle Klotz Battenberg centerpiece Thomas Keenan loadtof coal Mary Collins embroidered centerpiece Jailer John JPflanz sliIilquilt Miss Maggie Judge hued rest Rev Patrick Kellehir Lives of the Saints 11 Miss Maggie Sheridan slumber robe Miss Nellie L amy Orphan dolls Farrel Curran handsome lamp The final meeting of the general committee that had the bazaf of St Vincents Orphan Asylum was held in St Francis Hall in the basement 1fj the Cathedral Thursday evening Fii kll reports were made and all moneys tu bed in Treasurer Thomas JjSTierney reported that the grand total rfJizedwas 20 01583 The expenses w re only 69905 leaving a total net balau e of 1931678 The reading of the import called for deafening applause Cle gymeu laymen and women were deligli ed Cheer followed cheer and it w u ten minutes before any further builness could be transacted fo The drawings then pr Ceeded and resulted as follows Handsome lace surpl cet donated by Rev Father Conniff wasjjwonby Sister Edmund 4243 North Broadway St Louis Sister Edmund who iil now at Cedar Grove upon being notifiedtofJher good luck presented the surplippb the zealous and deserving pastor oflpiir Ladys in lyHaudsomecited by Right Rev Bishop Horstman won by Mr J Pruasky + Jardinier won by Mrs Kirwan Enameled bath tub 7 v Hugel meyer 514 West ChertuWice nda11iefi0ld v l om was won by ticket No 172 The 200 meerschaum pipe was won by the Ahrens Ott Manufacturing Com panyThe copy of Raphaels Madonna painted by Miss Florence Byrne was won by Rev B A CunninghamI The drawings on the combination book resulted as followsILadys gold watch won byKHubrichI 1405 Frankfort avenue China dinner set won by Mrs B Needham 1407 High street The 400 days clock won by Joseph Treasy 405 Lampton street Graphophone George Zorn 660 Third streetIBrass bed George HasseltauerIBoys bicycle Ed Alvey Extension table F B Bowes 1729 Second street Reclining chair Eugene Toner 1717 West Broadway Holy Bible Steve Dunigan Seventh and St Catherine streets Before the Committee adjourned sine die Mr Ed J OBrieu Chairman of the General Committee Rev Father Rock and Monsignor Bouchet made addresses complimerilfng the work done by the committees and their assistants Then the boss bazaar was a closed incident and the committee adjourned sine die To Mr Ed OBrien Chairman of the committee in a large measure is due the credit for the success of the bazaar He spent his time and his money HeI worked early and late He was ever tactful and polite firm when he had to be Hats off to Ed OBrie- nWILLIAM MULLOY His Sudden and Unexpected f Death at St Josephs InfirmaryI The hosts of friendsand acquaintances lof William Mulloy for many years the popular depot master at Tenth and shuckedtWednesday morning when they learned lof his sudden and unexpected death at St Josephs Infirmary the result of an undergoneIof the L Nand enjoyed the confi dence and respect of the high and low officials of that great railway system He had been illonly a few days and only his family knew that he had been placed in the Infirm ry Owing to his I advanced age he con dnot survive the shock Besides his ife be leaves five children for whom tl e grei tsympajj thy U felt in their bereavement His I funeral will kep ace at the Sacred morningrand I Frankfort for lutermetit j l flack velvet ribbon Iisshown on a soft- redclothbolero won with a skirt of the j same ittBterjal also uec1atouQClthti III- hem with velvet rib I tfttt I I I t NOT YET Futile Efforts to Destroy Kindly Feeling Between Jew and Catholic Emphatic Denial of Malicious Statements of Irresponsi ble Writers Manly Utterances in Twicea Month Our Local Jewish- Contemporary JEW AND CATHOLIC MODEL CITIZENS Under the heading Our Friend the Pope there appears an article in our local Jewish contemporary that is worthy the careful perusal of our Catholic readers It is written in response to one of the many foolish statements appearing in the public press from irresponsible aud ignorant correspondents who seem to delight in misrepresenting the Holy Father and the Catholic church which we have so frequently denounced Cath olic aud Jew have always been tolerant of each other and will continue so de spite the enemies of both The article in question follows- A few weeks back there was published broadcast by the American press an article purporting to contain an utterance by the Pope to the effect that it was the duty of society to oppose the spread of Socialism Free Masonry Judaism and Anarchy Since the appearance of the alleged statement Twice aMonth has been besieged by local Jewish citizens who clamor for a reply and a recrimina tionIt was urged that this publication deny and denounce the charges placed by the report in the mouth of the Pope In supporting such denial we were asked to compare the attitude of Jew and Cath olic upon leading questions involved in good citizenship The accusation was to have been hurled back at its author with quotations from him on such important subjects as public schools the combina tion of church and State freedomof speech and pen religious tolerance or in tolerance all very momentous items in the character of an American citizen But as has been heretofore stated TwiceaMonth is not the forum for bat tie between hostile forces We did not believe as we do not now believe that the Pope hat been correctly reported in these published interviews If on the other hand the article mentioned con tained no misrepresentation then the criticism of the Pope was so apparently absurd as to carry with it its own rebuttal and rebuke In any event a discus sion of the matter could heret ofore have served no better service than awakening animosity end exciting prejudice It is a firm conviction of TwiceaMonth that both Jew and Catholic have in America made model citizens brave in the cotta trys battles worthy in Commonwealth affairsHappily however the Catholic Stand ard and Times arecognized mouthpiece of American Catholism relieves the situation of all embarrassments While not asyet in poeaesloa of authenic information the paper makes bold to assert that as far as Judaism concerned the oppo sition of the Pope doe not exist and has never been expressed A portion of a most interesting article which the inci dent has provoked from the Standatd and Times is given publication sit is in the knowledge of eVery one that the Holy Father hadreqentlylnteJ fend to repress the antiSemitic feeling in European countries He std all in hit pOWer to allay the tbitteroca of the anti Dreyfus agitation which was the cul mination of this sentiment This is per fectly in accordance with the traditional attitude of the Holy See toward the Hebrew race The great Pope Sixtus the Fifth it was who out of compassion for the Jews instituted for their protection the Ghetto a district in Rome and other cities of Italy where they lived by themselves and were secured from molestation by the city rabble by means of walls and gates and armed sentries It was this same highminded Pontiff who delivered the famous judgment which Shakespeare puts in the mouth of Portianot be it markedwith regard to a Christian merchant but in the case of a poor Jewish debtor whom a ferocious Chris tian creditor had gotten into his power in the way represented in the play The Merchant of Venice The justicelov ing Pope who did not hesitate to have four powerful Roman nobles strung up wllglnglaci1ocruel compact and fined the Christian merchant in a heavy sum for imposing it It was a pander to the antiHebrew senti ment of Protestant England that Shakes peare deliberately inverted the character in this strange drama and that Kit Mar lowe wrote a still more malignant play called The Jew of Malta We are more than glad to repeat these expressions In addition to being inter esting they are calculated to restore the very cordial and kindly feeling that has heretofore existed between Jew and Catholic JOLLIFICATION Joe Nevin and IrishAmer icans Celebrate Tues days Victory A feeling of unusual jollity prevailed at Thursday nights meeting of the Irish American Society It became known early in the evening that President Joe Nevin had arranged for the entertain ment of the members at Mike Carrolls on Seventh street in celebration of Tuesdays great Democratic victory and therefore nothing occurred to prolong the session- A cordial reception was given Tom Tarpey and W M Murphy who always have something interesting to say for the IrishAmerican Society Thomas Claire filled the chair of Secretary Joe Byrne upon whom rests great responsibility with the newly opened Central Stock Yards CompanyAn effort is to be made to bring back those members who have dropped out during the past four years the causes for which are now happily removed Resolutions were adopted to notify all that it was thefr duty to be present at the next two meetings when the members will be formed into two committees and a revival inaugurated An active canvass will be made and the side presenting the largest number of applications will be entertained at supper by the losersIAfter the business had been transacted all adjourned to Carrolls where a most enjoyable hour was spent and the en thusiasm was no less than that which prevailed the evening before at Music Hall Mayorelect Graingers health was drunk and congratulations exchanged over the work done for the Democracy The suggestion of the name of President Nevin for the Board of Public Works was received with applause and it was mani fest that his appointment would be hailed with delight by every IrishAmerican in Louisville SENATOR WILL PRESIDEI Hon William E Mason United States Senator has accepted the invitation of the United Irish societies to preside atI the Auditorium demonstration on 1uI Johntaddreet the people 1 0 fi SATOLLICOUNMHeld Meeting Last Monday Night A Initiates Twelve Now Member and Receives Six More Applications Officers and Members Dote mined to Take the Lend i in Louisville a 1 THE VISITORS HEARTILY WELCOlfi Satolli Council of the Young Mens stitiite which was formerly recogni as one of the most influential in the Ken tucky jurisdiction has for the past twl years or more been resting on its laurels The natural result was that its two com posseherI not be for long if the men of Satolli pjsevere in carrying out the program arranged for the coming six months the officers and some of the more en prising members The Young Mens stitute has been enjoying a heall growth throughout the entire coin during the past year and Presid OSullivan and his colleagues have u termined that Satolli Council must thro off the lethargic spell under which ah has so long labored and again assuJ here position as a leader iin the order This new movement was successful inaugurated Monday night at the hall j Second street when twelve young ml were initiated and six more elected membership The cosy hall was throng with members and visitors every avai able chair being occupied Such a mee ing has not been witnessed in that con cil chamber for many a day and it is pleasure to state that the results we most gratifying Candidates for inltl Jtion and visitors were given a cordial I ception upon their arrival in the ell house parlors by President OSulliyai Richard Shanley Messrs Porter M Nally and other members Trin Council had a large representation eluding President Sullivan Br lieu and Edward Rosier while from Mack were present Grand Secretary George Lautz the writer find otherstrBut I tt1giebiilttM Smith the well known undertaker w was on Tuesday elected to the Gene Council Mr Smith arrived in the hJ just previous to the opening of the me ing and was greeted with an outburst I applause that shook the building President OSullivan presided and Iiu riedly dispatched the routine busiu preparatory to the initiatory exercise grteamfactory manner during which the oblijJ tion was most impressively administejf to the following well known young ma JSheblessyfl J JohFaheyWalter J Joyce and James D DifS Those elected and to be initiated at t next meeting were Messrs Willia Duane J C Fedler Jr James L Nalle Edmund Gerst George V Kilcourse ai Francis E McCormick When the degrees had been confers an hour was set aside for social festivltij Dick Shanley passing fine Havaiias to present After the new members ha been introduced there were a number c impromptu speeches of a pleasant natu especially those of John Sullivan Emm Slattery Richard Shanley Will Mc Nalley Eugene Cooney and the threi tolcMusselmanthe initiation the hottest there experiencedThe expression was that a finl I class of young men had never been beto preaenIntimatedcease until each had secured at least one additional member This council is trally located and should have at fi 600 active members enrolled before the next convention From certain sources we learn that an active canvass is conj templated among the Catholic younJ men of Limerick and the central portidd of the city and if this policy la pushe vigorously there is no apparent rea why the hopes of Satolli should not soon realized Before adjourning a cc dial invitation was extended members the order generally to visit the meetinj nigTheteam is especially worthy of mentioi each member knew ids part well an tributed greatly to the Impression well as the pleasure experienced du the evening fe DEPUTY TYNAN HAPPY Mike Tynan the genial and go natured Deputy Bailiff of the Po Court has been having a double celej tion this week A handsome girl a baa arrived to share wish him the fd of Tuesdays great victory and wleJ receiving congratulations from tl fcause he is busy shaking bother ii oiIelfour1MthOftu the action of theunnlight rfXt- S riBNTUGKy IRISH flMERIGflN oted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WILhIA U M HIGGINS Pezblielzer tSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at tho Louisville Postof flco us SecondClass Matter eii all Co n nnnlcallonilotfae KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Oreea Street E4NP a n Uf ci SV Tit VILTIy KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1901 WE ARE SATISFIED The election of Tuesday was very iieti and remarkably dnestded bugle the Democrats expected tory they were surprised that was so decisive and universal hey carrying all hut a few pre cincts and though the Republicans mlcipated defeat they were jr jfaned that it was so sweeping Lfl crushing The Kentucky Irish is not partisan and took terican part the campaign as there us but one issue that concerned I 5 and we foresaW that the Repub ans had allowed it rope enough hang itself which it did and the t fcle Republican ticket withI it 1 in common with thousands of isville citizens who do not take lirtisan view of dty affairs are ased with the result The Democratic ticket was the i of the two it was composed- en most of whom have been public positions and all well wn and respected and included religions and nationalities They rked harmoniously and con cted their campaign without bit ness billingsgate or abuse ey gained friends and drew ers to them from the first the Republican ticket though mposed of good men generally ntained a few that were decidedly ectionabfe to thousands of citi tS regardless of politics then re was an element utterly de ted and wholly unfit for public ition or control and a menace to ce and safety who were per tted to be officious and noisy in tning the ticket and managing the npaigny entirely ostracising and jitinually abusing people because Religion and nationality there was sension contention and ill feel Iithe Republican management tilting in disgust apathy and Ii turning of votes against the et Thousands of Republicans Tnot register others registered Ldid not vote or voted the mocratic ticket wholly or partly The overwhelming victory of esday is not only a deserved mpliment to the Democratic can ates and an expression of public hfidence augmented as it was bye votes of thousands wbo ignored rty lines but it was a rebuke to e element that was allowed to ictate the Republican ticket and sntrol their campaign it was an nphatic protest against the intol fcnce which ostracises citizens cause of their religious belief or fcce of birth It was richly de erved and well administered Therefore politics aside we are leased with the result of last Tues JjKs election and congratulate the rictors whom we believe will ourteousiy and promptly attend to heir public duties according every ttizen that to which he is entitled ardless of what church he be figs to or where he was born ANKEB TURNED THE TRICK The American Tobacco Company svseen the first move of theBrit ibacco combine in the war for tpbwcco trade of Great Britain t wenit several better The trine noHfied dealers and traders he withdrawal of all onuses to able them tQ io reduce the prices to undersell the American too and thus drive It put of the ish market But the Yankee i not even wince he does not L rreduce bonuses make Tduce expenses or prieeg ctly the opposite lie in bonuses and binds him 1 he agreement for twenty years And such bonuses I in British tradeThe American Tobacco Company has entered into a contract for twenty years with the United King dom Tobacco Dealers Association guaranteeing all dealers and traders a profit of 20 per cent on cigarettes etc of American Tobacco Company manufacture and the leading to bacco firm of Liverpool is their representative and partner in the agreement What the British com bine will do next is not indicated they must be given time to catch their breath Profits of 20 and 25 per cent in trade and that at prices so low they had to withdraw all bonuses over a nominal per centage to meet But they must do something or they will soon have no trade With American to bacco paying the dealers 20 and 25 per cent profit on the one hand and British tobacco paying only a nominal profit on the other it is a foregone conclusion which tobacco the dealers and the shopkeepers throughout Great Britain and her colonieswill sell They may dis like the blarsted American and regard his pushing into the British markets as an intrusion but his tobacco pays 20 and 25 per cent as against 3 to 10 per cent and the British dealers and shopkeepers are not in business for their health nor the British Jack A SPECK OF WAR All eyes are now turned to the East since France has invaded Turkish territory and threatens to seize ports and custom houses to collect claims against the Turkish Government It recalls and revives the dread astern question II once the thorn in Europes side and the cause of wars that toppled over thrones wiped out countries and changed the map of Europe All the European powers have war vessels on the scene doubtless with sealed orders for an emergency which may ormay not arise when they will interfere on one side or the other not that any of them are in love with the Turk for all would rejoice were Turkey blotted from the European map but jeal ous as to which of them will gain or lose in advantage and prestige in the world struggle for supremacy To this jealousy of the European powers which has x shifted for or against Turkey as the interests of the rival powers were affected the existence of Turkey is due As to the justice of Frances claims against Turkey and even the belligerent manner resorted to for enforcing settlement there is no controversy as there was none when the United States by a similar naval demonstration forced Turkey to pay up 100000 long past due But the large fleet sent by France the activity in French naval and military quarters indicate that France expects possible interference and the ordering of warships of other powers to Turkish waters and naval and military precautions taken in Europe reveal a fear that France may on the plea of collecting claims really have some ulterior object for so powerful a fleet and such sudden and quick movement it being asserted that the other powers were not previously notified as in customary in such cases Then the fact that Russian war vessels were anftng the first on the scene is regarded with suspicion especially by England and Ger many it being construed as ominous of Russian Prench cooperation in case of general row The Sultan h4s agreed to comply with the trench demands but sty lie did this before and failed to ful fill his pledge France insists on the immediate carryingout of the deg cree and the payment in cash of the financial part of the contract The Sultan does not appear willing or able to do this and the French Admiral has seized three Turkish customs ports on the island of Mitylene in Asiatic Turkey This has forced the Sultan to show his hand He has protested to England and requests the enforcement of the treaty of 1878 by which in exchange for the island of Cyprus Great Britain guaranteed the integ rity of the Sultans possessions in AsiaThe English press comment un favorably on the fact tnat the French fleet passed the important Turkish ports of Salonica Beirut and Smyrna either of which would have soon netted enough to payoff the claims and seized three small ports on an island and thus pulled England to the front in the mud dleNow what will England do Up hold the treaty of 1878 with Tur key and order France to evacuate the island of Mitylene or as she did in the RussiaTurkey war abandon the Turk to his fate regardless of the treaty It seems that the first crisis has been reached and that it depends on England whether there will be a general European war or another British backdown in the East and the Turk be forced to liquidate in cash or otherwise BULLER INCIDENT NOT CLOSED Gen Buller though retired in disgrace seems to have the War Office on the hip The ground for his retirement was his acknowledg ment that he sent a dispatch advis ing the surrender of Ladysmith and he claims that the circumstances as represented to him justified such advice The jingo papers having harped on the dispatch as cowardly and treacherous Gen Buller chal lenged them to publish it as they claimed to have its text It was published and Gen Buller de nounced the publication as garbled and falsehood and demanded that the War Office permit the publica tion of the original dispatch from the record of the office This was refused on the plea that it would be a bad precedent and unjust to other parties to make public secret war matters This refusal has tended to increase the suspicion of the public and to draw friends to Buller who is thus denied access to the only evidence that can positively vindicate him and the public are denied the only evidence that can justify his condemnation It is probable that Bullers friends will make a demand in Parliament for this and much more information from the War Office for the desire to know who is responsible for the Boer war its objects mismanage ment and disasters is growing among all parties in Great Britain and as the Government will have to call on Parliament for more money to continue the war the issue can not well be avoided Questions asked by individuals and newspapers can be ignored but when Parliamept makes the inquiry it must be satisfactorily answered or the Ministry step down and out That these questions will be pre sented to Parliament there is no doubt the only doubt is will a ma jority of Parliament vote to indorse those questions and thus cause a crisis between Parliament and the Ministry The situation is admitted to be grave and there are those who predict a ministerial crisis The Lord has been good to Ire land this year She has bounteous crops labor is fully employed and in demand and the people are pros perous well fed clothed and housed In England and Scotland crops are the poorest for years labor is idle trade depressed money tighttheoutlook discouraging Millionsin gold arc shipped from New York to London every week because the rash is needed so badly the discount has been reduced Alas for English prestige and pride I The Snglish iiron and steel masters in their effort to prevent the United States Steel Company u frJ from supplantingthem in the I BritIIish iron and steel trade cured the services of an American to plan direct and manage their I fight for them I Those Boer guerrilla bands must be rather large and heavily armed when they can defeat a British force of over 500 cavalry and artillery kill and wound over 200 capture 150 and the artillery and supplies and escape in safety before rein forcements can arrive Written for the Kentucky Irish American AT LAST When on my days of life the night is fall ing And in the winds from unsunned spaces blown I hear far voices out of darkness calling My feet to pathsunknown Thou who hast made my home of life so pleasant Leave not this tenant when its watts decay 0 love divine 0 helper ever present Be thou my strength and stay Be near me when all else is from m drifting Earth sky homes pictures days of shade and shine And kindly faces unto mine uplifting In love which answers mine I have but Thee my Fatherl let Thy spirit Be with me then to comfort and uphold No gate of pearl no branch of palm I merit Nor street of shining gold Suffice it ifmy good and ill unreckonc- And both forgiven through Thy abounding grace I find myself by lands familiar beckone- Unto my fitting place Some humble door among thy many mansions f Some sheltering shade where sin and striving ceases And flows forever through heavens green expansions The river of Thy peace There from the music roundabout me stealing I fain would learn the new and holy song And find at least beneath Thy trees of healing The life for which I long THOMAS WAWH 0Gi Dennis Ially has arrived home from a visit with friends in Hardin county Miss Sue Slackhas been visiting her sister Mrs Edwin Field in Owensboro Miss Lucy Kearney of New York will be the guest of honor at a luncheon to be given next Tuesday by Mrs Robert Bell Mrs Larkin who has been visiting her mother Mrs Bridget McFadden 3013 Bank street has returned to her home in Versailles Mrs Charles Curran of Walnut Hills Cincinnatiwas this week a guest at the residence of Mrs Mary Meehan East BroadwayMrs Lally who has been seriously ill at her home 3028 Bank street is now convalescent and hopes to be soon able to be out again Detective John Sexton one of the most popular men on the Louisville police force left Tuesday evening for New Orleans to be gone ten days The handsome ladies prize offered at Mackin Councils euchre last week was captured by Miss Clara Jacobs John P Riley was the winner of the gentlemens prize Mrs Thomas Hanlon of New Albany was on Tuesday summoned laIndianap oIls on account of the illness of Mrs James Ryan formerly of New AlbanyI and her daughter Miss Lizzie Ryan A most enjoyable euchre and dance will be given next Tuesday evening under the auspices of the Highland Dramatic Club at Highland Hall Refresh ments will be served and a good time is promised tbwho atteud A largely attended reception was given Wednesday evening by the Misses Wathen 412 West Oak street in honor of Miss Mary Holmwood of Buffalo and j Miss Helen McDermott of Brooklyn two of this seasons most attractive visitors i Peter Fetter and Miss Minnie Kraft were united in marriage Tuesday morning at St Marys church in New Albany Rev Dean Faller celebrating the nuptial mass and performing the ceremony which was witnessed bya large number of friends of the young couple who are well known and popular members of StII Marys congregation Mr P S Taggart accompanied by hisII sister Mrs James McShane and daughter Miss Mary who have been enjoying a pleasant visit here with their aunt Mrs McCormick left Tuesday for Cin cinnati to bethe guest of Mrs Hickey and family They wII1 also make brief vteite with frieaiM in a number of Ohio towns before returatag to their home at OmahaNebl Invitations are otjt for the marriage of Miss A Weebeckerlabd Charles Brown which wilt be solemnized at St Patrick onTueedayevenlngNovembet119Jat7 well known and the ceremony will loubtleM interests Urge number of their friends l1dl nTha ride Iai I the attractive daughter of Joseph Wa beCker i the well mown Twelfthstreet C enterprisingIlurnltnre terest by their wide circle of acquaint ianceaThere is great joy at the home of John J Steiss the popular and efficient stable boss at Senn Ackertnanns brewery A fine boy weighing eleven pounds are rived at his house last Sunday morning The boy will be christened next Sunday afternoon at St Peters church on Jefferson street near Thirteenth After the christening the happy father wants all off his friends to assemble at his home 2500 Magazine street where he promises to give them a warm reception John says that inasmuch as this is the first to ar rive at his house he is going to have a grand time in the babys honor x A merry party of young people chaper oned by Mrs Walter spent a delightful evening at Fountain Ferry Wednesday Bowling was the principal feature of th evening and some very good scores wer made and the prizes were very pretly A bountiful supper was served at th conclusion of the evening enjoyment Those present were Misses Louise Rade maker Bertha Rademaker Ida Blanche Pilson Sadie Doyle Marie Costigan Mary King Margaret King Wilhelmina a GeorgRademaker t AleBarrett Will Leahy Thomas Leahy and George Zubrod Miss Bertha Rademaker entertained the P C Club All Halloween at her beautiful new home on East Broadway near Cherokee Park Games of all kinds were played the most laughable being the picking out of a huge bank of flour the ring the thimble or a penny as in dicative of the future years Refresh wadby Virginia Barrett Sadie Doyle Margaret CostigandPllsonj Messrs George Rademaker Georg- Zubrod Robert Pilson Will Leahy Al1 Barrett Thomas Leahy Ray Barrett Harry Rademaker Bernard OConnor and others Misses Nora Fiunegan and Ellen Joyce held a really enjoyable reception and euchre for their friends Tuesday night at their home on Third street After the games an elegant luncheon was served and the evening devoted to vocal and instrumental music and merriment Miss Mamie Fallou was the winner of the ladies prize the gentlemens prize going to John ODonnell Among those present were Mamie Fallen Lue Dssee Nora Kelleher Mary Joyce Kate Kelleher Maggie Monahan Susie Francis Mary A Joyce A Wallen and Julia McLaugh ton of Madison Ind j Messrs Martin Hibbitt John ODonnell Martin Quirk Tom Burke Frank King Martin Joyce James Farrell Will Barrett James Finne gan and John Moone- yCAPABLE MANAGER Kind Words From Paducah for Popular Young Man The Paducah papers have only kind words for our young friend Edmund Hol ley who was forced to leave there be cause of failing health His Louisville friends will rejoice that he has greatly improved since his arrival home last week The following is a sample expres sion of the regard in which he was held Manager Edmund P Holley of Duns agency who sometime since ten dered his resignation as their representative here returns to his old home in Louisville next Wednesday for the pur pose of engaging in the mercantile callings Mr Holley has been in the city since the death of Mr A M Clarke the former manager and has met with great success on account of the thorough man ner in which he understands his busi ness Many years ago he entered the Louisville office in a minor capacity and gradually worked himself up the ladder by close application He has a keen in sight into the intricate responsibilities incident upon the management of the mammoth companys affairs and al though quite young he conducts the business in a manner to reflect credit up on any of the older managers With his departure he has the well wishes of everybody for his future success PROMISING JOURNALIST Among the many young newspaper men making their mark in New York none are more successful than Adolph Klauber son of Mr E Klauber of this city Since going to the metropolis his rise has been phenomenal and we have been reliably informed that it is the in tention to place hint in the managing editors chair of the New York Times during the absence of Mr Ochs in Europe This will be welcome news to his friends in Louisville NOVEMBER BARGAINS In this issue will be found the adver tisement of D J Coleman the Portland avenue furnishing goods and shoe mer chant He has lately received a large Stock of firstclass fall and winter goods which he is selling at remarkably low prices Owing to his fair dealing with all classes his business is assuring Immense proportions Oar downtown readers willfind it to their advantage to visit his store SHELLEY RESIGNS John P Shelley for some years past the efficient Deputy Board Commissioner resigned his poItlonThurlldayoNQ more popular official ever sat in the City Hall an there is no doubt but that he wi1IOOlibe provided with another equally as good if not better A greet many of the models for tailor gown originate in Vienna and they are something Iktween that BnglUh severity and the glorified Parisian oostinne CRUSHED UNDER ENGINE Awful Fate Comes to Well Known Young Railroad Man J J Mallon a well known young man of this city met with a horrible fate last Wednesday near Bloomfield He was employed as a fireman on the Louisville Nashville road and it was while mak ing repairs to the engine which had broken down that he was crushed to death Five cars that had been shifted were standing on a alight incline but from some unaccoutable cause they be gan to descend and without warning struck the engine under which lie was working the rear wheels passing over his body The remains were brought to his home in this city the funeral taking Johnsemanewas a member of the Catholic Knights of widowedemother will receive 200- 0JEFFERSON STATUE Will Bo Unveiled at Noon To day With Appropriate ExercisesI The magnificent statue of Thomas Jef ferson presented to the city of Louisville by the Bernheim Brothers will be un veiled at noon today with appropriate exercises Little Miss Bernheim will pull the string The statue is nine feet in height and rests on a base representing the Liberty Bell on the four aides of which are Equals ity and the Brotherhood of Man and Religious Freedom It will stand at the entrance to the Court House and will be a lasting monument to the liberality of thateLouisville had many more men of their generoas and public spirit RECENT DEATHS Much sympathy is felt for Mr and Mrs Francis Welsh in the loss of their bright young daughter Margaret aged twelve years who died Monday evening at the family residence 2107 Preston street Her funeral services were largely attended Wednesday by sorrowing friends and acquaintances of her parents McGraththere Thursday will be taken to Jeffersonville for burial She was one of five daughters of the late Mr and Mrs Dennis McGrath who died in Jefferson ville within the past few years She was a sister of James McGrath and was a young woman of most amiable character The sympathy of a large circle of friends and acquaintances is extended to the husband and children of Mrs Mary Carroll Rafferty wife of William Raf ferty 1360 Seventh street who died last Saturday afternoon at the ripe old age of sixtythree years She was buried from morningWithbeing in St Louis cemetery The largest funeral witnessed for years in Jeffersonville occurred Wednesday morning at St Anthonys church when the last sad rites were performed over the remains of Mrs Cornelia Burke Within the sanctuary and assisting at the high mass of requiem were a large num ber of visiting clergymen Very Rev Louis Miller of Syracuse being the cele brant The deceased was the mother of Hon Frank Burkeof Indianapolis and one of the best known and most highly esteemedwomen in Southern Indiana She was a devout member of the Catholic church and always an earnest worker in its interest SHORT AND BRIEF The Democrats will control both hopses of the Maryland Legislature and the election of Arthur Gorman to the United States Senate is assured Thursday night the newlyelected Democratic Aldermen held a caucus and nominated Harry Weissinger for Presi dent and Dave Parkhill for Clerk The public sessions in the Schley case came to an end Thursday and the report of the naval court will be awaited with eagerness though it seems a foregone conclusion that the Admiral will come out with flying colors Gen James Hagan a veteran of the Mexican war and an officer in the Con federate army died Wednesday at Mo bileHe was a native of Ireland Black velvet applique is in evidence at all the shops and there are too beautiful velvet appliques of softly shaded colors which promise stunning effects upon gowns in white or soft pastel tints LOW RATES TO CHICAGO AND RETURN VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE On account of Second International Live Stock Exposition November 30 to December 7 1001 Round trip tickets to Chicago will be on sale on December 2 3 and 4 IDOl from all Big Four points at the rate of one fare plus 200 for round trip Tickets will be good for continuous passage in each direction good returning leaving Chicago only on date validated by Joint Agent for which a fee of 25 cts will be charged and in no instance later than for trains leaving Chicago before midnight of December 1901 For full information and particulars to rates tickets limits etc call bit Agents Big Pour Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P DePpe Assistant Generl Paeeagerand TreketAgentL t il AfMl LojrftvHCc Kyl TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN DORISEffie Ellslers Great Success OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS Lewis and Green presenting a comedy laughTen specialtyMatinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular PriceslOci15c 25c 35c and COc BUCKINGHAM WEEK 10SUNDAY Matinees Bnnday Monday Wednesday Saturday Frank B Carrs ThoroughbredsPre- senting the musical oddity The Isle of burlesqueThe MISS PEARL MARQUEM Assisted by a company of unusual merit L6SS011S011halOi- BY Miss Julia Kelly 1731 PORTLAND AVE whojtlnUp Stairs Over English Wonlen HUM Store One Door West 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 Ae BRORING D D Se PROPRIETOR The Acknowledged Standard of Ex calfonce Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another GEHER SON 214 Market near Second IllinoiS G6lltraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville flemphis A- NDNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Daily Yes andLighted1 Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagCincinnati Louisville or Now Orleans to Rot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW J McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent vUleAHansonO oWontA GPoA LoaJtvllle r L P pLA- mRiP IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORY AO H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresidentNewton G Rogers Recording SecretaryMike Tynan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank Hred- TreasurerIohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording Secretary John J Sullivan Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John M Gllles pie Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Harry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice PresidentThos W Tarpey Second Vice PresidentWm Lnwler Recording Secretary John J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas Keenan Sergeant John Kenney Sentinel Timothy Lyons tt+ + + + 4 t 4 t t 100to Buffalo Might be cheap but a trip t- oGOLEMRNS h 1731 Portland Ave WILL SAVE YOU MORE MONEY This Sale All Next Week onC Dont get wet when you can 0JJ get Umbrellas for S9c 1 flc ForMens Gloves all grades II U Better qualities 25c and 50c oil C For Boys Knee Pants equal fr to 50c goods elsewhere 24C Splendid assortment Mens Underwear 24c and up II II C For 104 Gray Blanketsa tit great bargain while they lastI MI nfl Mens All Solid Dress 4 1 I lUU Shoes plain and tip CII OK Mens All Solid Dress P 1 I i U Shoes plain and tip 4 DO 7C Case of Mens Sample f 4 IDox Calf double sole latest style very swell j worth 360 Dont miss this great bargain sale Underwear in all sizes for men women and children D J COLEMAN 1731 PORTLAND AVE +G ++ 4I + 4 + + f 4 + 1 4 + + + ft 60 YE RSII TRADE DESIGNS MARKS I COPYRIGHTS tic Anone tending A iketch and description may qnlcklr ascertain our opinion tree whether an liiTontlnn I I probably pAtenUbta Communlc toite strl tlyconfldeauaZ Handbook on Patents pant tree Oldest agency for securlotr patents latents taken through Mann Go receive tftetol notice without charge in tho Scientific fltmricam A b ndfomel lUalrated woaklf Largest ely ouUllon of WIT clentlflo Journal Terms W II rear tour montbl1 BoUbrall nairideiUen IIIUMN CO 381BroH tNew York BroaehOffloa M V StVfublostoa DC SCHUCK WYMAN IBALOONiPOOL ROOM and- BQWLINGALLEYS Nertbesit Corner Eighteeatk ud Walnutt A place where you can get something good tot rcxnight CHAS SCHUCKr L SIXTH AND WALNUT Pine Wines Liquors and Cifars Hot lunch day and night D O FRANKFORT Prominent Women Placed at Head of Young Ladles Auxiliary Starts Out With Flattering Prospects and Excellent Officers Jerry Corbelt a Well Known Citizen Reported in Critical Condition LAMBERT YOUNG COUNCIL WORKING Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT KY Nov 7On Sunday afternoon last the Young Ladies Auxil ary to the Young Mens Institute was organized and officers for the ensuing year elected The election of officers re suited as follow- sPresidentMrs Thomas J Brislan First Vice PresidentMiss Margaret BerberichSecond Vice PresidentMrs W J MandlehrRecording Secretary Miss Maybel WatersTreasurerMrs V Berberich Financial SecretaryMiss Maggie Gob besCorresponding SecretaryMiss Marie McNamara Marshal Miss Jennie Sullivan Inside SentinelMiss Katie Schroff Executive CommitteeMrs P H Newman Jr Chairman Mrs Judd Bris lan Miss Margaret Newman- In addition to the above the following ladies are charter members of the auxil ary Mrs J G Schweers Mrs H F L tkemeier Mrs J T Buckley Mrs M Buckley Mrs C E Collins Miss Ne tie Olberman Miss Annie Newman Miss Beatrice Ready Mrs George B Salander Mrs M Madigan Miss Nonie Lewis Miss Katie Dolan Misses Mary and Nora Cushion and Mrs Joseph Heeney A committee composed of Mrs W J Mand lehr Miss Margaret Berberich and Miss Katie Dolan was appointed to draft a constitution and bylaws governing the auxiliary The first Friday evening at 8 oclock and the third Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock was selected for time of meet ings All meetings will be held at Y M I Hall The auxiliary starts out with very flattering prospects of success and with the very excellent officers that have been selected there is no reason why it should not become a success far in excess of the most sanguine expectation of the promoters who have worked so hard for its establishment It will doubtless do a great deal of good in many ways and tend to make all social entertainments by the Young Mens Institute particu larly successful While a number r7 the charter members of the Young Ladles Auxiliary assisted very materially in the organization of the auxiliary too much can not be said in praise of the untiring efforts of Mrs T J Brislan and Miss Margaret Berberich who worked so earnestly and indefatigably for the past few weeks endeavoring to interest the ladies of the congregation of the Good Shepherd in the society and the auxil ary is to be congratulated upon having selected them to fill the most responsible offices within its gift and It goes without saying that they will discharge the duties of their respective offices with honor to themselves and credit to the auxiliary The first of a series of fifteen progres sive euchres was given by Young Mens Institute 161 in this city on Wednesday evening last and proved quite a success socially About fifty couples have signi fied their intention of taking part in these euchres this winter and quite a pleasant time is anticipated by all who attend Dancing is indulged in fri1030 to 12 after the euchre Numeral handsome prizes will be awarded at the end of the series Mr Jerry Corbett who has been seri ously ill for several months continues to grow worse and iis a very sick man He went to Asheville N C several weeks ago but finding no improvement in lila health he returned home two weeks ago Mr Corbett is a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America of this city and has ahOetof friends that will regret to hear of his Ill seesLambert Young Council Y M 1 101 initiated four candidates on Sunday last ad the members are BOW working on a clue of ten or twelve to be initiated pearly in December This organization has nor then doubledlts nwrnbenthip since July 1 last sad iuUuds to keep the gopAwork sip until January L There it tronj talk of organizing council of the Young Mens Institute M Paris Shelbyyjlle and Carrollton with good prospects for fulfillment Members of 101 at Frankfort are working up both Shelby ville and Paris and hope to have a good council organized at both places before January D J M PLEASING SURPRISE One of the most pleasing Incidents connected with the late orphans bazar happened the last night Owing to the immense crowd present the bazar continued till near midnight and the ladies were thrown almost Into consternation when they learned that rain was pouring down The street cars had stopped run ning on several lines and to venture out in the storm meant ruin for many elegant and expensive costumes particularly among the ladies representing St Mary Magdalens parish Hon Jacob Hoertz who during the preceding ten days had been very generous in his treatment of these ladies learned of their dilemma Quietly stepping outside he telephoned the Transfer Company for eleven car riages and as the ladies appeared at the door expecting a thorough wetting each was pleasantly surprised by being courte ously escourted to seats in the carriages and driven home without getting so much as the soles of their shoes wet This kind and thoughtful act of the genial and generous contractor has made him the most popular man in that parish among the ladies RECEPTION AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council have Isssued invitations to their many friends for a reception and dance at Fountain Ferry Park Tuesday evening November 19 when all the friends and patrons of this popular organization will have a most enjoyable time FASHIONS FOIBLES The hemp lace made by the Italians is another trimming for the cloth gown Handsome cloth gowns with long skirts are quite as popular as ever especially in the light tints Rough materials in light delicate blues and grays and biscuit tints make some very stunning gowns Silver tissue is being much used as a background for the fine laces and em broideries of the season Just now there seems to be a wide dif ference of opinion as to the general adoption of short walking skirts in Paris The earring question is settled The Czarina appeared at the French festivi ties wearing two huge pearls encrusted on the lobes of her ears This sounds peculiar but seems to mean that she wore pearl earrings- It is said that the attempt to launch the short skirt in favor in Paris originated in the desire to make the tailor suit less suitable for receptions and other after noon functions and to bring in the cos tumes of silk or velvet Long coats and cloaks of silk satin brocade and cloth are immensely popular Their usefulness was so well established last season that there was no doubt the fashion would continue in favor but there is a veritable craze for them now The long and the threequarter coats are the prevailing styles in girls outside garments cloth camels hair serge zibeline velveteen and velvet are the leading materials Cape collars of some sort in varied sizes and shapes are the usual finisbII Many cloth and wool costumes have their edges cut in square tabs which are about an inch apart The tabs are stitched down on an under band of con trasting color in silk often dotted in black steel or silver The effect is easily obtained by an ordinary dressmaker yet is decidedly modish One very effective trimming in black is a silk serpentine braid in different widths each scallop widening almost into a point All the braids are flexible soft and glossy so they are easily arranged in any design Something called the new art braid is so pliable that you can give it different shapes by stretching It in place Red coats with the large black hats are extremely smart and these are equally pretty in the smooth cloth and the zlbe line A little edging of black fur or vel vet is sometimes used for a finish In the collar But large buttons if there are any are the rule Some of the double breasted shortwaisted coats fasten in visibly under the belt Except for very small girls the skirts ate gored and cut circular as you fancy and many of the models show the effect of a box plait directly in front with nar rOw stitcbeddown plaits with generous spaces between around the hips The bodice is either a blouse In shape with guimpe a yoke or a chemisette vest or it is a bolero with a blouse vest and a rather wide draped belt of silk This fall the velvet gown which was extremely popular with women of fashion has made its appearance in the shops and there promises to be a veritable rage for it until the middle of the winter when it is quite likely that it will become too popular For the inevitable cheap imitation Is in the market and this is bound to injure the good gowns The velvet gown is made in the tailor manner with bands of silkand cloth and tailorfinished seams but of course it is vastly different from the typical tailor gown The doom of the pompadour has been spoken and while women will par with it with regret men will be glad of its passing for the masculine critics and artists have never been enthusiastic in their admiration of the puffedout aureole of hair that has been such a popular fashion for more than two years In nine cases out of ten the style has been exaggerated and has necessitated the wearing of aped of curled hair or a rat or false pompadour beneath the hair to give it the required fullness of appearance MJt am unfamiliar with American cue tome said one European neMwHan to another What U the usual mode of procedure in marrying an Kdrw11 It18 JerYaJnpleVOti ten the llady how much U1cmt her sad hot father how much you oec o IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Michael Nooue an inmate of the South Dublin Union was found drowned in a stream at Mount Browne near the Union The manner in which the deceased came by his death has not transpired Martin Gleason of Cloughjordan County Tipperary was brought up in custody on remand charged with maim ing a donkey Further evidence having been given the accused was again re manded in custody The body of the person drowned has been discovered in St Johns river Waterford and has been identified as that of a woman named Catherine Darcy whose occupation was that of an itinerant vegetable seller Large takes of herring are reported in Sligo Bay during the last few weeks On Tuesday and Wednesday nights the fish Ing was exceptionally fine and the fish of good quality A good many buyers attended at Sligo and Balllspdare Frederick Dawson General Manager and Secretary of the Derry and Laugh Swilly railway has accepted the position of manager of the New Cape Central railway South Africa and will shortly leave to take up the duties of the post tionOn Saturday from inforniation received Constables Hargarten and Breslin ar rested Patrick Burns a laborer at Drog heda on a charge of highway robbery of goods from Jane Sullivan Mayor Downey remanded accused to petty sessions The Mayor of Limerick who recently wrote to Andrew Carnegie asking for a grant towards the public free library has received a reply that if the city would contribute 1750 a year for the support of the library he would give 35000 to provide the building From the 1st proximo the jolice dis trict of Moate will be disbanded The separate stations will be amalgamatedL with Athlone and portion of Athlone district will be attached to the Roscom mon and Balllnsloe districts Mr Sted man in charge of the disbanded district has been transferred to Killaloe Alexander MCarthy Town Clerk of Cork died on Thursday in the sixty eighth year of age and the fortysecond year of his office He was an eminent solicitor and senior Town Clerk of the United Kingdom He was highly es teemed by his fellowcitizens who ever regarded him as a most honorble and up right official whose advice on municipal law was highly prized The criminal business of the Cork quarter sessions was disposed of on Mon day before his Honor theRecorder Sir John Chute Neligan For having felon iously broken into a store at Kinsale barracks belonging to the Army Temper ance Association a soldier named Thomas Allen was sentenced to six months im prisonment and for assaulting an old woman named Mulrahy youth named Lenihan residing at Upper Glantnire was sentenced to a months imprisonment The Tredagh bazar organized for the purpose of liquidating the debt incurred in the repair of the Cbristion Brothers schools Drogfieda was opened on Mon day by Cardinal Logue His Eminence delivered an important speech in the course of which he warmly eulogised the services of the Christian Brothers to the cause of relIgious and national training of the youth of Ireland and in counter acting the evil effect of the system which hadexisted hitherto under the National Education Board On Tuesday Messrs Wall Byrne and Swifte the three Divisional Magistrates sat in the Southern Police Court for the purpose of hearing a reargument of an application of Jeremiah Burke of Park gate street for a Magistrates certificate for a sevenday license It was stated by counsel that Burke had promised to abide by an undertaking which he bad given to the Recorder only to use the license for hotel purposes and that con sequently all the objections to his application were withdrawn The bench granted the certificate Edward Jacob who resided at Wells near Oulart County Wexford has just been found dead in his bed The de ceased had reached the eitraordinary age of 105 years and until the last retained all his faculties He had been for many years in the employment C M Doyne Wells and for a number of years past had been in receipt of a pension from Doyne More than usual local sensation has been caused by the event on account of the old mans house having been broken into a week ago by a man named Richard Humphrey also an employe of Doyne who was brought before the magistrates and bound lothe peace It is supposed that the shock hastened Jacobs death On Thursday night adastardly attempt was made to burn the dwelling house outoffices etc of a respectable farmer James Cussen realdlngnin the townlaud Ualllnagull On the sight In question a young lady Miss Cewbey was pro ceeding to Cnssens house to spend a few socialr hours there and in doing so she observed several fires as if recently started issuing from the roofs of the different building in close proximity to which were stored abut five tons of oaten straw and two Ions of wheateu straw She at once gave the alarm to the owners who with some neighbors assembled inthe hpfue immediately turned out and with much difficulty suc ceeded in arresting the progress of the flames which if allowed to continue a Uttleloogerwouldha cstwed the most disastrous results IttatHct Inspector Morley and Head Cojwtabl OByrne yi ited the scene andj investigated the matter The damage tone WM happily lightOne of ihfc tnoet important awards jfa connection with the annual B ewes Exhibition heldat thJAgricultural Hall IJ Q Islington Jias fallen to an Irish firni In the competition for malting barley for which there was a very large number of entries Messrs Persse the well known Galway distillers were awarded a special silver medal and the Mark Lane Express diploma for a specimen of barley grown by P Noon of Cahcrnamadra The judges expressed themselves intensely pleased with the quality of the exhibit and to mark their sense of gratification at the improvement In the specimens of Irish barley shown this year they have decided to offer a special silver challenge cup for competition next year exclusively among Irish exhibitors The judges hope by this means to foster a spirit of healthy rivalry among Irish growers which they believe can not fail to have beneficial effects on the quality of the crop produced In this connection they point out the great importance of growers planting their seed early in the year The retirement of P McDermolt M P from Parliament is regarded with sin cere regret by all Nationalists and his party collegues He lies rendered excel lent service in Parliament and in the constituencies during the past ten years and acted In the stanchest way during the days of dissension It is greatly to be deplored that the party especially at this juncture should lose the services of so tried and trusted a member Indeed Mc Dermotts determination to resign be cause he finds physically impossible to attend during the day to the business on which he Is dependent and at the same time be present throughout the entire sittings of the House of Commons is a testimony to his conscientious regard for duty His attendance at the house has been excellent all along but apparently he finds it impossible to continue what is a very serious tax even on the most robust constitution At the same time it is to be hoped that some way may be found for enabling him to continue to rep resent the constituency of those interests as well as the interests of the Irish cause be has been so faithful and devoted a guardianInformation reached Derry on Tuesday the ceofneplacequarrel is suspected to have taken place on Monday forenoon between Edward Donnelly and his wife Whatever act thuallybeyond the fact that a daughter went to the the police and stated that a quarrel was nigoingand some constables immediately pro suceededon arrival found Mrs Donnelly in con ous vulsions lying in the byre A few minutes afterward she expired The Sergeant atblonce placed the husband under and communicated with the Coroner An our inquest was opened and adjourned for the purpose of a postmortem examination ca It appears that Donnelly is by trade a beeskep maker with a small fapieceis about thirtyfive years of age and it is it alleged he had been given to drink for some days On Monday morning he so asked his wife for some money which he cagotwanted to sell a cow His wife remonstrated and a quarrel followed He was of brought before a local justice at Strabane and remanded HAPPY HUNTING CLUB L The Happy Hunting Club consisting of Messrs John F Chester Dr S J Hall John F Oertel F William Hoff man and other well known gentlemen of will leave Sunday for a trip down the Cumberland river They will be gone about two weeks and expect to shoot all the deer down there PICTURES IN THE HOMEk When we enter a home among the first things to attract our attention are the pictures and from them we can read the tasteor lack of itof the lady of the house for they give us sithegaudy chromos and cheap oil paintings we know at once that refinement Is llack thlugtoPictureswith an eye to the surroundings in which they will be placed If the house is very large and handsome and of no siconsiderationings by the best artists are preferable People of moderate incomes who wish tasteful homes should choose water colors engravings or etchings if they can cbeable to poor paintings and so cheaply can they be purchased that the poorest Itmayte pieces WHEN WOMEN BECOME STRONG I to There are startling examples of the development of the capacity In women for doing mens work When families that have been strong and prospered get a starting down hill and the men die off or go to seed or lose heart or health it is not an uncommon thing to see the women develop under stress of circumstances a virile vigor that meets the storm and weathers it Very able women are developed by defects in man and of course not when the wheel has once fallen to them and their wills have been trained to steering they will not readily give up a place that they have fairly won Nor should they The mischief what there is of it has been done let the consequences abide The chief mischief is that though a woman may come out strong in doing 17donecome out weak ILOW RATES TO CHICAGO Aeeotmt of International Live Stock I suZxpodttone Ticfeta will be sold from Louisville to Chicago and return by the Motion route at 10 December 2 and 4 good returning to and including Decembr 8 Pamphlets of Live Stock Exposition and further in formation relative to rates obtained on H application to E H Bacon D P A Monon route Louisville Ky Do not throw awaysoured milk It is jttBt the thing for a soda btacidt J U SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE Xffinn IfrtitlllillItillY w In an ELEGANT PARLORIDINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Ag ynt Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCAnagerW HENDERSON Father Lynch Celebrates Feast of All Saints at Holy Name Church nivmory of Father Tierney Still Lingers Among thc Catholics Beautiful November Weather Seems to Be An Incen tive to Marriage DEATH OF AN EXEMPLARY CHRISTIAN Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American 1- HENDERSON Nov IToday being feast of All Saints two masses were lebrated at Holy Name church by our w pastor Rev Father Lynch late of Louisville who comes to us as the successor of the late Father Tierney who served the people of this parish for snore an twentyfive years The sermon at high mass was relative to the sacred honor in which the church holds the emory of her heroes the saints so numerous that each day of the year is not fficient date lor the number of illustri souls who have gone before Speak- Ing in reference to our lives here he declared we who are of the same flesh and ood as were they have only to model lives after theirs and then in what ever capacity or calling our lots may best we may become true followers of Christ and His servants too His sermon was an eloquent one and made a vorable impression on those who heard The beautiful weather we are enjoying late this season seems to be an incen live to marriage as there were five publi tions at the mass today Tis said that the number of members this congregation is near 900 adults and yet from some unknown cause a good portion remain away from their duties No one can afford to sacrifice religious duty for worldly pleasure and pastime which is only a waste of God given time and of no advantage to the soulWe are pained to chronicle the death Mrs Joseph Mullen who died a few days ago Deceased was an exemplary Christian resigned to the divine will of Him whom we pray will rest her soul and protect her two orphan children How our hearts beat in warmth and ind remembrance of our late pastor Father Tierney His memory lingers in the minds of the people whom he served and with whom he prayed also the kind offices the dead priest performed for all who called upon him In joy sorrow ckness and health The marriages baptisms blessings all fell like gentle dew upon the grass and obi let us hope at his many efforts and his constant il at saving souls were not spent in vain but rather let us pray that God was pleased with his intentions and will worjt wonders for him by npmerous conver mm tft the faith May his dear soul rest in peace It occurs to my mind that Catholic men and women who act in capacity of teachers in the public schools of the- ountry could attain a more perfect and pleasing object in employment more In accordance with their faith The humil y attendant upon the position of public achers with an enforcement of the rules prescribed all of which are antag onistic to the Catholic faith seems to me savor of a compromise on the part of teacher and if not that then there is a tinge of hypocrisy or working against faith for the sake of lucre which while n indispenslble object ought not to be obtained at risk of a sacrifice of religious belief Indeed some Catholics seem to feel honored by a tender of such a situa lion but in most cases there is an indifference to Catholic theory or practice and a liberal feeling for the creed of those of the faith too apparent not to be observed MRS L C W LOW RATES TO NORTHWEST Home Seekers Excursions via Motion Route The Monon route will sell round trip tickets at slightly in excess of one fare on November 5 and 19 and December 3 and to points in Arizona British Columbia Idaho Iowa Manitoba Mich igan Minnesota Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wisconsin and Wyo ing Tickets will be good returning twentyone days from date of sale and will bear stopover privileges west of first point in home seeker territory for fifteen days on going passage only Maps and folders and any information will be cheerfully furnished on application to E Bacon D P A Monon route Louis ville Ky a The backs of silver brushes nbc kept bright by rubbing with aftal1l1el- dipped IIn ammonia v RfAGANS EXCHANGE I1 S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies 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military Our line of Childrens Shoes is the largest y or concave heel originally a 450 boot Spe and most complete ever seen in Louisville and 298 prices have been marked exceedingly IIcial lowii iJ BACON SONSBet Third and Fourth MARKET STREETBet Third and Fourth 000000000000000 CATHOLIC UNION Names Delegates to the National Federation of Catholic Societies Hon Edward 1 McDermott and Dr J W Fowler Unani mous Choice The Annual Election of Officers Postponed Until Return of Delegates KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN JOIN UNION In spite of the disagreeable weather that prevailed last Sunday night there was a rather surprising attendance of delegates at the meeting of the Catholic Union at Satolli Hall when President McDermott assumed the chair The officers were all present excepting Secre tary Cooney whose health would not permit his leaving his home Circulars from the officers of the National Federation of Catholic Societies calling for representatives to the national convention which meets at Cincinnati next month and for which the Catholics of that city are making exten sive preparations were read and dis cussed The best address of the evening was delivered by Newton G Rogers the well known lawyer representing Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians- Mr Rogers explained at some length and in a convincing manner the great work that can be accomplished by the coming convention He also urged that Louisville Catholics be represented and offered a motion to that effect which was carried unanimously- The only names presented were those of Hon Edward J McDermott and Dr J W Fowler and they were elected delegates by acclamation Messrs John J Sullivan and William C Smith were named as alternates The foregoing gentlemen have taken a great interest in the question of national federation and their selection will be heartily approved of by the various organizations members of the union Another prominent Catholic organiza tion heretofore unrepresented St George Commandery 141 Knights of St John had present as its delegate Mr L F Steiner who informed those present that the Knights of St John generally had indorsed the proposed federation and bad been instrumental in bringing about the cajl for the national In view of the conventionI be difficult to carry par poses of the organization until after the Cincinnati meeting and all became members of tlie union it WM decided not to hold another meeting until after the 0- i U return of Messrs McDermott and Fowler All delegates and societies will be notified of the meeting by Secretary Cooney who was instructed to issue a special circular containing everything of interest per taining thereto when it is expected all the German Catholic organizations which are between thirty and forty in number will be represented by delegates It was the intention to elect officers forth next year Sunday night but in view of the fact that many new organizations were expected to affiliate within the next sixty days it was deemed advisable to further postpone the election It is the wish of those already members to give those societies heretofoto unrepresented a prominent place under the incoming officers and full representation on all the standing committees The Kentucky Irish American will be represented at the national convention and all who are interested therein will find a complete report in its columns with the announcement of the date of the next meeting of the union THEATRICALS Frank B Carr s Thoroughbreds will be the coming weeks attraction at the Buckingham The company is heralded as one of the most meritorious vaudeville aggregations on the road composed of such people as Farnum and Healey Silvers and Appelgate Pearl Marquen McCale and Carew Polk and Tresk Josie Flynn Gypzene and Roma and about twentyfive others equally clever The company will present the newest farcial burlesque liThe Isle of Bliss Mans Enemy the attraction which will open at theAvenue next week is not only molodrama pure and simple but it is of that class of drama which is be neath the dignity of no one as it is a production true to nature and faithfully portrays how easily a man can be en snared by the mercenary woman The evil influence of strong drink combined with that of woman is used to advantage in the piece mid in consequence fur nishes abundantfood for thought Miss Agnes Herndon who enacts the difficult role of Sarah Drake the adventuress is supported by a very strong company The attraction underlined for the Temple Theater next week is Doris the play which Effie Ellsler made famous and in which she scored her greatest success This will be the first chance af forded Louisville theatergoers to see this really excellent i lay at popular prices which Col Meffert and the Temple company will put on and present in hand some style For yaudeville between the acts two great turfs Vill be seen The management has secured Oscar Iewis and Sam Green who will present a de clded novelty entitled Swede in a Chop HousetTen Tojaoonin Arabs will ap pear in an acrobal ic specialty and their turn is said to b e specially good There has been a large Increase in attendance during the past wek and the company is being still furtht r strengthened Seats should be reserve in advance for next weeks performanceISend HI the new of your parish i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 transacted only routine busi ness Monday night I IDivision 51 was organized at Somer with sixtynine charter membersDivision 7 of Trenton although in its infancy achieved a social triumph at its first annual ball Division 32 of Saxonville will open its annual fair for the benefit of the sick and funeral funds next Wednesday evening Hibernians throughout the city regret the illness of Financial Secretary Nic Sheridan of Division 3 All hope for his speedy recovery Division 5 of Providence will open its fair on the first Tuesday in December and continue every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday during the month Division 12 of Southbridge is reported one of the most prosperous divisions in Massachusetts having a membership of 120 and a bank account running into four figuresChairman Quinn is arranging another excellent programme for the next social session of Division 3 which takes place at Hibernian Hall on Monday evening November 18 Next week will be a busy one in local Hibernian circles Beginning Tuesday evening there will be a meeting every night The matter of furnishing a room at St Anthonys will also be decided At the request of the State President the degree team of Division 18 of Provi dence exemplified the third and fourth degrees for Division 1 of Pawtucket R I last Sunday Thirty members of the division accompanied the team Mrs Mary A Laughlin State Presi dent of the Ladles Auxiliary of New York died last week at Buffalo She had been ill but a short time and the news of her death was received with many expressions of sadness by sister and brother members throughout the State where she was widely known and be loved and respected CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOLS Catholic summer schools are multiplying as it was announced there is to be still another established Bishop Quig leyt of Buffalo has bought the property known as the Alfred Cheney farm on Chautauqua lake and intends to build upon it a summer residence for himself and also a summer school The farm comprises about seventy acres and is sit uated between May ville the county seat of Chautauqua county and Jamestown the largest town in the county It is within fifteen miles of the Cbautauqua Assembly grounds and is opposite Bemis sun1merlschoolhas long been the desire of the Catholics in that part of the State and at last this educational plan Iis to be realized and speedily put into operation How 1m IllAreIll Your m Teeth III mt1mhaveIII ILouisville jI Dental Parlors I I 1 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater t Their Prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE 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