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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pI 1 A n H KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANu VVOLUME VILNO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 HONOR THE DEAD The Knights of Columbus Hold Impressive Memorial- Servicesi P Hon Edward J McDormotts Address on Immortality of the Soul tEuloglcs by James J Fltzger ald and the Hon Matt ODoherty MOURN FIVE DECEASED BROTHERS The Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus held its first memorial ser vices at Elks Hall last Wednesday night Although the local council is less than three years old the living members mourn five dead brothers Since Novem ber 1899 Sir Knights Thomas A Mulligan Joseph J Murphy William Patter son John Mivelaz and William D Harris have passed away It was in honor of these deceased members that the memorial services were held The programme was very high class both from a musical and oratorical stand point The musical numbers were rendered by Mrs Douglas Webb Mrs Carrie Rothschild Sapinsky Messrs Ed ward IF Metzner and James P Roche Miss Josephine McGill was the accom panist Charles Letzler recently returned from Europe rendered a violin solo of merit Eulogies on the deceased members Itweredelivered by Messrs J J Fitzgerald and Matt ODoherty In keeping with the ceremonies was Hon Edward J = McDermotts address on the Immortality of the Soul from which we extract the following Others here this evening have fittingly spoken of the merits of our dead com rades It is my part to speak rather of ourselves as we soon must follow In a busy life especially in youth it is not easy to do justice to the virtues or frail ties of others or to weigh ourselves in the balance and generally death seems so remote that we think little of it in shaping our conduct It is well for us to be forced nqwandthen to think of our brothers withcharityand tfiink of ourselves withi ont deception All of us need at times to be reminded most solemnly that we have a soul to save and a living to make by practicing those plain sterling virtues whldi always have been and always will be the surest means of attaining prosper ity happiness and success Few men can hope to pass their lives on the lofty planes where saints and heroes toil and like beacon lights direct the world but all of us can perform our part with credit according to the measure of our talent if we only have the will In trying to do our duty to our neigh bor as we are commanded in Holy Writ we know that a friend is entitled to help b in time of need to sympathy in time of affliction to a last tribute of respect in the closing scene of life but we must not forget that it is better to give him work than to give him alms better to give him good cheer and just praise while such encouragement may do him good than to wait till his struggle is over Do not sing his praises while you ignore his needs Do not wait till he is dead to speak the generous uplifting words he longed to hear He will work with greater courage and more success if be sees that his efforts are thought worthy of commendation I do not mean that we must indulge in idle or selfish flattery at any time I mean that we must not let envy or jealousy keep us from giving i just praise to the living as well as to the dead Though truth commands us to be silent rather than to give praise where it is clearly not due still when we test our brother with absolute fairness and with a wish to be generous we find virtues to commend and frailties to excuse where egotism could find only blemishes and sins In doubt it is better to err on the side of generosity especially when we speak of the dead It is well to deserve commendation it is noble to bestow it with gracious words When we dwell upon and extol the virtues of our de parted friends we prepare ourselves for amendment To the credit of human nature be it said that respectful kindly treatment of the dead is almost universal Evenbar barians have observed this duty Being Catholics we believe that aprayer for the dead is a boon to them we know that it is a source of sweet consola tion to us In ancient times it was the custom to put flowers in the coffin to strew them before the funeral procession and to plant them at the grave as a mark of love When such tender tribute of affection are given in simplicity and moderatioa they excite Our admiration and touch our hearts but too often we aeewlth regret long expensive procssr dons and costly showy monuments which drain unreasonably the scanty Hwaoa ol weak men and eves take the kt means of support from wldowsand oqatM It is natural for us all to wish for SB honored and peaceful grave but the tomb is the last place for neediest ex travagance or empty show Xespect sad sorrow for the deed aiId the aontesiptftiion of their virUses sad jo a deeds most always hays tendency to wftno allde1eftCth living We n need such aids to lift us out of the dust and strife of everyday life into a parer nobler sphere and to fit us for better resolves and better deads The sorrow for the deadsald Irving is the only sorrow from which we refuse to be divorced Every other wound we seek to healevery other affliction to forget but this wound we consider it a duty to keep open this affliction we cherish and brood over in solitude II Oh the gravel the gravel It buries every error covers every defect extinguishes every resent ment From its peaceful bosom spring none but fond regrets and tender recollections Who can look down upon the grave even of an enemy and not feel a compunctious throb that he should ever have warred with ttie poor handful of earth that lies moulding before him But the grave of those we lovedwhat a place for meditation I Yes it is always a place for meditation and for prayers and sometimes alas for remorse We are fortuate if we can feel as we stand in the sorrowing circle that we have faith fully done our part and have nothing to regretThe greatest consolation to us when we linger over the bier of some loved one or when we think of our own mass ing away from this wordly stage is the thought that in the world to come we shall meet our beloved kindred and friends and feel a joy in their company greater there than here The soul we feel that it must be immortal We know that the body changes daily and that it soon must perish like all earthly things but we feel that the mind shall live on That has been the faith of sage and savage for countless ages To die and be no morel Iris notonly terrible it ia unthinkable For a generation or more we have heard much clamor about the undermining of the Bible and faith by the invincible theory of evolution we have heard much about the irreconcil able conflict between religion and science and at last as too many highsounding promises were based upon a slender foundation we now hear of the bank ruptcy of sieuce Many boastful scien tists not confining their speculations to their own field of labor and wishing to gamble for fame with shrewd guesses built up great theories on slight founda tions outside of their domain and of course had much to say that can not now be defended When Darwin Tynaall and Huxley spoke on physical science they spoke learnedly and wisely but when they spoke ou religion they bad to leave their vantage ground and then they spoke with the weakness of the amateur When Huxley wrote on politi cal topics his words had little weight To nobody then did he seepi to have a wonderful judgment or prophetic vision that enabled him to solve political or civic problems too hard for other minds To nobody then did he seem endowed with gifts that might enable him to solve the question that Plato aud Aristotle St Augustine and St Thomrs Aquinas Dante and Newton and a host of immortals tried in vain to solve St George Mivart in his book on the Genesis of Species says the great theologians in the early ages of faith St Augustine and and St Thomas Aquinas as it were an ticipated the theory of evolution and pointed out its compatibility with the Christian doctrine of creation Sir Charles Lyell in his geology showed how Voltaire distorted the facts of physical opinIons mean imitators In the clashings of these giants we are at times bewildered and lose our way but we come back to the firm ground again and say to our troubled spirit Yes thou art immortal Speaking of mans belief in the immortality of the soul Plutarch said that the doctrine was so old that we can not trace its author or its origin and it dates back to the most remote anti quityWhat a wilderness the fairest parts of this earth would soon become if men the learned sage and the unlettered sav inextinguishablelonging the grave and an unconquerable dreadof future punishment for their misdeeds in this world It is this innate belief in immortality which makes us bear disappointments sorrows and afflictions with resignation which robs death and the grave of most of their terrors which lightens our labors and elevates our hearts and illumines our minds It is this belief which sustains us when those we tenderly love are torn from us and when the announcement is at last made to us that our own days even our hours will be few Man may imprison and starve may wound and kill the body said Cardinal Gibbons but the soul is beyond his reach and is as impalpable to his touch as the suns ray The temple of the body may be reduced to ashes but the spirit that animates the temple can not be extinguished The body which is from man man may takeaway but the soul which is from God no man can steal We can not agree with Shakespeare or Tyndall that we are only such stuff as dreams are made of and our little life is rounded with a sleep No werather agree with Cato The stars shall fade away the sun him self Grow dim with age and nature sink in years But thou shalt flourish in immortal youthUnhurt the war of elements The wreck of matter and the crush of worlds i graveitwell our duties in this world to give gobeforeand the loss of beloved ones to strive to be contented and happy here while we prepare for our own departure This evening we have recalled in imagination the friends who have lleft us and our sad ness baa been tinged with pleasure by the contemplation of their good traits sad by the belief that they are in a brighter aW happier scene Tomorrow there will be ablciinitiation of iew 1benalld a btnaisr in the WRIlYcUetihed a d1Ik MISS ELIZABETH TARPEY MISS ALLIE ROUESCHE Pretty Girls Who Represented the Police of theSeyenth District at Inauguration of Mayor Grainger J 4l HENDERSON Work Is Progressing Nicely on the New Parochial Residence A Neat Little Roast For Catho tics Who Neglect Their Duties Kind Words For Father Lynch and Kentucky Irish American NEWS OF THE HOLY NAME PARISH Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American HaNDHRSONfkYfjNov18 Again we chronicle the death of an esteemed Christian citizen in the persou of a Mr Henning whose funeral took place yes terday afternoon at Holy Name church The bans of marriage were published for the second time yesterday at high mass between Will Whelan of this par ish and Miss Rhea of Daviess county The wedding will take place this week The new residence for our pastor is in course of construction near the church fronting Second street the work of exca vating being nearly finished It remains now for contributors to be prompt and generous in order to promote speedy completion and satisfaction to all who are interested and let us hope none maybe lax in duty toward this much needed house for our worthy pastors who labor so patiently and uncomplainingly for the peopleThe Catholic cemetery here while rather limited in dimensions being only lately greatly used is beautifully located on a rise overlooking the river and at a convenient distance from the city where it can be visited by streetcar buggy or even by pedestrians many preferring the walk for healthful exercise There has been much improvement lately under care of Mr Bauerle who gives good at tention and care to the same It is rumored that a new parochial school is in view of erection for the near future another much needed addi tion to our locality A desirable corner lot stands ready for the house on the corner of Ingram and Third streets and only a square from the church Next Sunday is communion day for children who are always prompt in their duties and let us older ones follow their timely example for of such as these is the kingdom of heaven Our new pastor Rev Father Lynch is busy with the change fa his pastoral duties and many they are amid a large congregation with no assistant but thanks to a kind Providence the sick list is short and this fact gives him a few hours for calling and becoming ac quainted with Vie people An edifying sermon was spoken at mass yesterday on the duty of parents to children and also on the duty of Catholics in assisting at mass many ofwhom for every trivial excuse seem determined to stay away 2hese careless ones need the shock of an earthquake or some out burst to shake them out of the lethargy into which they have tumbled There is no way to lead or drive them by human power against the will and itis deplor able to await a deathbed repentance which seems hatched for the occasion with nothing genuine in it so it devolves on the attendants to say a word of re proof to the negligent and try the virtue of appeal and example or if needs be use the halter The Kentucky Irish American comes to the front with bundles of news which is wholesome and one feature to recommend it ia its brevity MiiHuttiinpsrvo is a motto applicable Itis also approved by our pastor which feet commends it but in respect and timidity let ns My cart must be used in quoting our pastor as c I the reverend gentleman is unassuming and retired in habi4and in his desire and aim to be saintly opposes newspaper mention or praiseloo frequent I hope he is as ready to jpardon since he men tioned the fact to some friends here that he is a personal friend of the editor of the above paper Born to the wife of our popular queens ware man E J Haley lately a sonIOur choir composed Qf Misses Josephine Rutlinger and Carrie OBrien Messrs Smith and Meyer with MrsI Atkinson at the flub pipe organ is unequaled for fine musict A happy future forithe Kentucky Irish American f MRS L C W GOOD CATHOLIC DEAD Henry B Feldhaus Passes Away After a Long l IllnessJ Though not unexpected the announce 11 went of Monday evening of the death of- Henry B Jldha l gloomoea SlpastSl with his family Mr Feldhaus was a well known and highly respected citizen of Louisville and at one time was a member of the Board of Councilmen where he made an enviable record He was also prominent in the Catholic Knights of America for many years being a trusted arid faithful officer of Branch 6 of this city His funeral took place Thursday morning from St Mar tins with the impressive ceremonies of the Catholic church While the remains lay at the house there was a constant stream of callers to extend condolence to the bereaved family and the services at the church were largely attended Mr Fefdhaus was a member of the Knights ofSt John and also of every society connected with St Martins church all of which were largely repre sented at his funeral At a meeting Wednesday night of Branch 6 of the Catholic Knights of America the following resolutions were adopted Whereas It has pleased Almighty God in his infinite wisdom and providence to take by death from our midst our be loved brother member and Secretary Henry B Feldhaus and Whereas St Martins Branch No6 of the Catholic Knights of America has lost in him a faithful companion and dutiful officer and the community a gen erous and noble citizen theretore be it Resolved That while humbly submit ting to the will of God we deeply deplore the loss of our brother member be it also Resolved That the members of Branch No G Catholic Knights of America do extend to his griefstricken family and relatives Our heartfeK sympathy and con dolence in this their hour of affliction and be it further Resolved That our charter be draped for aperiod of thirty days and that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our branch and that acopyof same be Hilt to his bereaved family and also that they be published fa the Kentucky Irish American Mia CAM REICHURT- FltA IK FKtDKAMP THO AS J GttNSMt JOlt s JIKJ BIl 1Commlltee v Some people find ifeasier to pay com pUmettU than bW FRANKFORT Miss Jcunio McDonald a Can didate For Enrolling Clerk Sho Is a True Democrat antI Her Election Seems Curtain Young Mens Institute Club Kooms Undergoing Many Changes YOUNG LADIES AUXILIARY LAWS I Special KentuckyIrlsb KvjN ilviJfe candidates are announcing all over the State for the various offices within the gift of the Legislature none perhaps will be of as much interest to Frankfortonlans as is the race for Enrolling Clerk of the Senate Among the candidates that aspire to this honorable and exacting position none is better known or has more friends than has Frankforts charming and efficient candidate Miss Jennie McDonald Miss McDonald needs no further introduction to the Senators of Kentucky than to say that she is the ac complished daughter of that true and honorable Democrat edlt r and lawyer Pat McDonald recently deceased Miss McDonald is not a novice in the position to which she aspires having had con siderable experience in enrolling bills in the past It has always been said that her work has never been equaled and it is to be sincerely hoped Kentuckys Sen ate will elect Miss McDonald by a hand some majority She is a true Democrat and worthy of the support of every Democratic Senator Mrs Annie Taaef also of Franklin xandldate house subject to the action of the Democratic party Miss Taael was a candi date for the same position two years ago but withdrew before the caucus met All arrangements were made aud con tracts closed for many improvements upon the Young Mens Institute Hall in this city last week The parlor meeting halt anteroom and hall and stairway leading to the rooms are to be hand somely grained varnished and papered A new carpet will be placed in the front parlor and the billiard and pool tables are to be placed in a condition that will make them as good as new Numerous other improvements will also be made during the next two weeks and when completed Lambert Young Council will have the handsomest club rooms in Cen tral Kentucky The committee in charge is composed of Messrs W H Olberman W C Newman and F B Weitzel who are hustlers and will see that the work is done right- A committee composed of Messrs Geo B Saledder J R Sauer John Madigan D J McNamara and W C Newman has started out to get up another class of fifteen or twenty members for Council 161 It is proposed to give the first de gree to this class about December 15 and the second degree team will be in condi tion to give them that part of the initia tlon early in January and there will probably be fifty or sixty ready to take this degree by that time The members of Lambert Young Council have determined to place her in her old position as the banner council of Kentucky by Jan nary 1- The Young Ladies Auxiliary to the Young Mens Institute held an interest lug meeting on Sunday afternoon last at the YM I Hall and the committee re potted excellel1tlIylawsandCOQltitutiori to govern the auxiliary which were unan imously accepted as read Kn T J BtUlan the President appointed Mea P H Newman Jr Mw R W Deboney IJ c Lir and Miss Margaret Newman upon the I Hall Committee and they will act in con junction with the Y M I Hall Commit tee to see that the proposed improvements are made After the transaction of this business the auxiliary adjourned to meet Friday evening December G The third of the series of fifteen pro gressive euchres to be given by Lambert Young Council Y M I took place last Thursday evening and was like the two preceding ones a grand social success At each euchre the crowd becomes larger and a great deal of interest has already been manifested in the contest for the numerous handsome prizes to be awarded at the close of the series it AprilD J M PRIESTS RETREAT Conduoted by tho Rev Father Bernard at Franciscan Convent The Priests retreat which has been in progress at the Convent of the Fran ciscan Fathers this city closed Friday afternoon The Rev Father Bernard O F M who conducted the religious exercises has deeply impressed his hearers by the solid piety and profound knowledge displayed in his meditations and conferences and this joined with the hospitality of the Franciscan Fathers and the congenial surroundings of their well appointed convent has conduced to make the retreat a most satisfactory one in every particular Those of the clergy engaged in the retreat are the Revs E M Bacbtnaun chaplain of the Good Shepherds P M J Rock of the Cathe dral Henry J Rothheut St Francis of Assisis George A Weiss St Georges John B Peifer St Helens Joseph Nee sen Holy Trinity Anthony Helling Im maculate Conception Jphn Assent St Martins John A Bohlseu St Vincent de Pauls John D Kalaher St Cecilias Edward S Fitzgerald St Pauls of Owensboro Robert McDonald Calvary Rudolph Rueff Central City Edwin J Hart Chicago Alphousus OShea Clem entsville Celestiue Brey Cloverport J P Raoux Coucordia W D Pike Dan ville Thomas A Murray Russellville William Buckman Fredericktown William L Gabe Hardinsburg Joseph R Odeudabl Henshaw G A Vantroosten bergbe Holy Cross Lucian E Clements Mayfield Robert Craney Morganfield Aloysius Meycring Mt Mermo John H Riley Loretto Peter Breintner Otten heim Eugelbert Schmitt Payneville Andrew C Zoeller Raywick Louis Her bertb RonierJ6hnKHinrHbpkinsvillef James OConnor Bardstowu James B Monaghau St Lawrence B J Wight Taylorsville James L Whelan Stithton John Stafford Henry Westminster and Hugh OSullivan Whitesville ENJOYABLE RECEPTION Trinity Council Young Ladles Auxiliary Win More Praise A more progressive or better conducted Young Ladies Auxiliary than that at tached tQ Trinity Council Y M I does not exist That this statement is true was amply demonstrated during the past ten days Last Friday night they held a reception and ball at their beautiful club house on East Gray street for the ladies and gentlemen of Mackin Council that proved a most enjoyable social event The reception committee was composed of Mrs JohnJ Sullivan and Misses Fan nie Cunniff Rose Gathof Mayme Weber Anna Mannaman Josephine Hoertz Mary A Goss Agnes Donahue and Miss Clara Smith and with their popular Resident Miss Mayme Kiley they leftbolijng undone that would add to the pleaizeof their guests Dancing began at 830 oehiiiid continued till 1030 when all were escortecTtutl large billiard room which had been tastefully decorated for the occasion Here they were seated at bounteously laden tables and the feat was enjoyed until near mid night when all adjourned with a feeling of pride at the kind treatment received Again on Tuesday night their friends gathered at Fountain Ferry Park to the number of nearly 500 the occasion being the annual fall dance and reception of the Young Ladies Auxiliary to their friends The ball room presented a pretty scene aud to the entrancing strains of the First Regiment Band the dancers made merry until after mid night Seldom is there seen such a gathering of pretty girls and handsome young men and afl voted that the Young Ladies Auxiliary bad scored the success of the season L SQUIRE KEYER Goy Beckham on Wednesday ap pointed Joseph Keyer who was elected Magistrate of the Seventh district without opposition to fill out the unexpired term of Squire John McCann whose elevation to the Police Court bench caused the vacancy Squire Keyef has for years been a trusted employe of the L N at Second and Main and hfc many fellowemployes regret his leaving the office though elated over his election aaFORTY HOURS The Forty Hours devotions will take place at St Mary Magdalens church next week beginning at the high mass tomorrow morning and closing Tuesday Rev father William Gausepobl the pastor will be assisted by a number of approachholyCommUniofl 44 TAKE THE OATH T1 Dignified Ceremonies Mark titf Inauguration of Judge John McOann JT Robert Uagan Succeeds Prosecutor Vaughn In the City Court Bench and Tables Burled B noath a Labyrinth of Flowers i OTHER OFFICERS AND DEPUTII Never before in its hlstorydldt Police Court of Louisville present such an animated and brilliant scene as on last Tuesday morning when His Honor John McCann was installed as Judge and Robert J Hagan as Prosecuting Attorney of that court As early as 8 oclock handsome floral designs began to arrWcj for the outgoing as well as for the lncon ing officials among the first and moat magnificent being a large harp broughttt by Thomas E Camfield and Pat Con Hagansfriendsopening court arrived the Judges benchii i the Prosecutors desk and all available space were buried beneat a labyrinth of beautiful and exotic flowers The most exquisite of the many beautiful designs was a mammoth floral horseshoe a token from Messrs Frank McGrath Dan Coleman Toni Treasy Steve Dunigan and Jack Shea pronounced by all who saw it as the largest and most artistic piece of floralwork ever done in this city The j police of the Second and Third district also sent a beauty as did Miss Alice Hickey Miss Alice Miller Mike Tynan I Orrie Whallen Nunzio Corso John Vree land and others Chairs were placed amid the flowers for a number of ladies who were present to witness the iuaugli ration ceremonies Promptly at 9 oclock Judge Buckley ascended the bench and Prosecutor Vaughn took his position at his desk both smiling and in happy mood The former immediately sent an escort to the Clerks office for his successor who with Mr Hagtnvalo e sworn In retiring Judge Bucklejtle a dig but friendqdhessintrodaehfJuM- cCann to the bar in a neat manner ancf bespeaking for him a continuance of the friendship and consideration that Ujoi been bestowed upon himself during i service on the bench Judge McCanu responded briefly pledging himself to be considerate fair and impartial Judge Nick Vaughn always happy was next and in introducing his SUQJ cessor said It is my duty not my pleasure to introduce Mr Hagan J hope that he will ever be treated with the same courtesy that has been shown me and I know that he deserves it The new Prosecutor expressed his apprecia tion of the kindly sentiments of Judge Vaughn and promised to give his best efforts to his new duties City Court Bailiff Billy Bosler and City Court Clerk Alf Oldbam then appeared and the oath of office was administered to them Bailiff Bosler announced the reappointment of Mike Tynan as Deputy Bailiff the other being William Coljins a well known and popular young fireman Alf Oldham announced as his depujid Messrs Orrie Whallen and Henry Schweiters whose efficient services hays contributed much to the excellent recon made by their superior m Judge Buckley and Prosecutor Vaughi occupied seats with their successors anti the adjournment of court The proceed ings throughout were conducted with dignity awl friendly spirit that m pleasing to every one and many were kindly expressions heard for the retir officers who leave behind them reco highly creditable I Following the adjournment of cm another pleasing surprise awaited Jm McCann Assembled in his office wer large number of admiring friends fr the Tenth ward headed by Attorn James Reedy Frank Diigan Represent tiveelect Mike Burke Henry NiUJcei and William Thompson besides Cibir Hughes and men prominent in all walks of life After a general handshaking Attorney James Reedy stepped forward and in a few well chosen but eloquert sentences presented Judge McCann wiW a handsome and costly inkstand gow pen and holder the first being trinuiP with mother of pearl the whole formli one of the most artistic creations ofttj jjewelers art Judge McCann madei characteristic response thanking 1jJ friends for their loyalty to him frowl boyhoodand closed by assuring it would be his aim to merit a c uance of their confidence aud friJ in the administration of the afl his high office Messrs Green Jones Albert and Andy Schwab sent the Ju exquisitely carved mahogany bearlllghandsomely 1 i U 0 APPOINTED SECRETAR Roger McGrath has suecee Craig ss Secretary of then Works and his select under the Dew certain univr I j f r KENTUCKY IRISH fllMIGflN NNIIIIIIIIIINIILLIIIN i awvoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WIhX4IAM HIGGINS p1bl1her v SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the fcotdsvllte Postofllce as SecondClass Matter idiheuaU Cot w lcatlons tot be KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street 7R DE5 COUNCI- oaisylu tOUISVIUJ KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23 1901 THANKSGIVING ri Thanksgiving How the very word thrills and rejuvenates one What varied emotions it evokes iin the breast and heart of each person emotions as different as the per sons themselves though still in the end all thoughts tend toward the same goal As the elderly man hears of the proclamation issued first by the head of this glorious country the President and ruler of seventy millions of people and iX then by the Governor of the State his thoughts involuntarily turn to the old homemore than likely to country house where in his younger days all were assembled around the festive board He wishes i he could go back and see the old place once more though he knows I many of the faces he was wont to ffSce of yore are here on earth no i longerTo the youth the day is full of pleasurable anticipations and by the children it is hailed with rapturous delight C And each in his or her turn f can and should thank the Giver of all good things for the blessings re ceived Each one has something to be thankful for though many b would deny it At first glance it might seem as though this were true but a little reflection will al ways show where things could have i been worse and often what is looked upon as a great trial has turned out a blessing in disguise So after giving thanks let joy- r d pleasure unconfirmed reign in try home Gather the various memberof theffamily together under one rooftree and let there be a happy reunion in which all will rake part THE STATE PRINTING The State CommissionersGov L Beckham Secretary of State Hill t Attorney General Breckinridge and K Treasurer Hagarawarded the con I tract for firstclass printing to the V George G Fetter Company of this I city over the protest of a commit tee of Louisville Typographical Union No 10 The printers fully appreciated and are grateful for courtesies shown them by the Commissioners and other officials in Frankfort and while conceding honesty of purpose to the Commis sioners still believe they erred in their construction of the law and heir duty to the State in awarding j the contract for firstclass printing The intent and purpose of the law is to guarantee the faithful and rompt furnishing of firstclass tinting to the State Any con tructibri of law that fails to carry ut its intent and purpose is a rong construction however plaus able it may be Thus a construc tion that the Commissioners must award the contract to the lowest bidder regardlessof all other consideration is not a properconstruc- tion because the experience of the past few years demonstrates that it has not resulted in the State being faithfully and promptly furnished with firstclass printing as the law intends the contract specifies and the State pays for but the con teary has been the result the service lug Dilatory and the State not re wjrJg firstclaM printing as a kit of the blind awarding of the tract to the lowest bidder Besides there are other provis in thellaw thanrrequiring the tact to be let to the lowest I conferring power upon the missioners to enable them tto that provision when necefe ut the intent of the 7 ra11bidid toc t subserve the interests of the State These provisions of the law they seem to have ignored They are not arbitrarily bound by the law to award the contract to the lowest bidder unless the price bid and other conditions insure the full compliance with the contract to furnish the State the quality and class of work specified On the contrary they are empowered and it is their duty to reject any and all bids even the lowest under the terms of which this can not be done In short the Commis sioners are required to exercise the same judgment and discretion in awarding contracts for the State as in individual transactionsaccept ing the lowest bid at which the work can be done as per contract andrejecting all othersand thus best serve the interests of the State by insuring the State getting what it contracts and pays for which has not been the case in printing for yearsThe Commissioners would have more fully complied with the law and served the interests of the State by exercising business judg ment and their powers under the law in rejecting the two lowest bids for first class printing because of the palpable fact that the price bid is less than firstclass printing costs and therefore can not be furnished at such a price and then awarded the contract to the lowest bidder whose price and terms gave reason able ground for a guarantee that the State would be faithfully and promptly furnished with first class printing as the Jaw intends the contract specifies and the State pays for ROBERTS DISGUSTED There is a ruction in the British Ministry over the South African war between Sir Michael Hicks Beach Secretary of the Exchequer and Broderick Secretary for War the latter fighting from behind Chamberlain Secretary for Col onies and the resignation of the Secretary of the Exchequer is said to be imminent despite efforts to restrain him The row now ex tends to the War Office and Gen Roberts disgusted with playing figurehead as CommanderinChief for Broderick who aSsumes to dic tate army affairs and sore over the criticisms of disasters and failures is reported anxious to resjgti Then the sending of Gen Hamil ton to South Africa with secret orders by Broderick has not pleased the CommanderinChief who is not only ignored but feels that he will nevertheless be held responsi ble for results by the public On the whole the situation in govern ment affairs in England is on the verge of a crisis on the South Afri can war and many other issues and a resignation of one or more minis ters if not the entire ministry is expected by the opposition and dreaded by the Government The deaths of the Turkish Grand Vizier and of Li Hung Chang in China remove the two leading statesmen who have caused the world powers much worry by hold ing back modern progress at each end of Asia In diplomacy they outwitted all others and by the jealousy and rivalry of their oppo nents resulting from delays or fail ure shut out foreign intrusion stave off disaster and perpetuated their governments and ancient civ ilzation up to the twentieth century of the Christian eraThat they were men genius and learning In statecraft ii evidI1ce4by their maintaining their tottering and l bankrupt governmutt i against turbulence and revolution from flrith in and the worlds diplomacy and modern progress from without It may be that their passing away presages the dowfall of their governments the end of ancient I dynasties and pagan exclusiveness and the opening up of all Asia to the march of modern civilzation and commerce A Japanese commission has been to St Petersburg to arrange pre liminaries for closer commercial relations with Russia via Pacific Russian ports and the Siberian railway A Chinese commission headed by an imperial prince is due in St Petersburg with the same object in view Yet England has not sounded the tomtom to arouse Europe to check this menace to the free trade and open ports of the Far East nor has she even pre seuted her suggestions of disap proval to the Governments of Rus sia Japan or China Alas how changed and quiet has the British Lion become inthe worlds arena A member of the Canadian Min istry warns the United States of the danger of attempting to further maintain the Monroe doctrine and points out the inconsistency of the United States acquiring territory and denying the right of other nations to acquire territory on this continent The Canuck may us well quiet his fears as the United States is not likely to heed his warning Uncle Sam had a little spat with England on that issue about 1812 controversies with France Spain and others on the same topic at various times since and the Monroe doctrine still goes So Gen Hamilton has left Eng land for South Africa with a new plan for subduing the Boers in short order As the plan is not to be divulged till Gen Hamilton re ports to Gen Kitchener and as the old plan seems to be working out at the wrong end no change- in the monotony of surprises and losses to the British need be looked for yet awhile In the meantime the Boers seem to be making the most of it and keep things lively as indicated by the occasional re ports that leak out all reading the same doleful way The Terrible Turk is again to the fore in European affairs but so far has submitted without bloodshed to demands thanks to Englands failure to aid him in resisting as she was pledged by treaty to do It would somewhat change the aspect of the Turkish question if the Sul tan should turn complainant and demand that since England failed to render the agreed quid pro quo for the cession of the island of Cyprus the island should be surrendered by England to TurkeyI The London papers figure out that Germany is the heaviest loser in prestige by the FrancoTurkey incident although they do not state how nor why England bound by treaty to uphold Turkey and failing to do so would seem to have been most humiliated before the world but then it may be that England has no prestige left to lose since the South African Chinese and a few other incidents of the past few months The blasted Yankee has scooped em again The American Bridge Company of Philadelphia has been awarded the contract for twenty steel bridges on the line of the Uganda railway in South Africa over twenty English and other European competitors the aggre gate being 1000000 The Ameri can bid was not only the lowest but guarantees the completion of the work in a much shorter time than any of its competitors Gen Kitchener has at last dis covered and reported to the War Office that the Boers have assumed the aggressive This has been evirf dent for months as the Boers have made the attacks advanced and extended the area of hostilities and drawn their lines so closely about the British posts that any one venturing put Jis sure of surprise with disastrous results A jolly Thanksgiving to all MOTHERS FAREWELL Youre going Sway alanna Far from your home and me Oh what shall cheer this aching heart When your face no more Illsee For since your father left us both- I have known no other joy Than to watch you bloom from a fair sweet child To a brave and generous boy You were but three Twas bitter cold When they laid him down to rest Beneath the elms so aged and bare There on the green hills breast And when the spring with daises white Had decked the cold red clay One soft bright eve with aching heart I led you there to pray All was so still I thought asthore How sweet twould be to rest There neath the daisies pink and white You pillowed on my breast But then a sunbeam stole along And touched your hair with gold How could I watch that little face And say the world was cold And soon that face was raised to mine Those eyes of wondrous blue Smiled up at me and with that smile They kindled hope anew But alit machree when you are gone No hope is left forme- You were the star that led me on Now drear my path shall be And would I quell the generous hopes Which man that boyish breast Tis not ambitions glowing dream That lures my darling West Tis cruel want that parts us now Andoer the dread dark sea Youll gladly goyou say tis time That you should live for me Alanna when you come again Should I not linger here And when above my grave youll bend My spirit shall be near Ill only ask one little prayer One loving tear of you Ahl yes and oerYour mothers grave The shamrocks green youll strew rsociETn Miss Fannie Murrell has arrived home from Columbia where she visited rela fives Miss Bessie McDowell a fair Danville visitor was this week the guest of the Misses Field Miss Eleanor Cannon has returned to her home in Versailles after a short visit with friends here Miss Mettle Morgan has returned from Maysvllle where she enjoyed a short visit with Mrs Alice Evans Mrs Gilmour Sweeney who arrived last week from Owensboro to visit rela tives in this city has returned homer Miss Marianne Eagles pretty visitor from Owensboro has left for home after spending a week with relatives here Mrs John W McGraw who has been seriously ill is reported much better to the great relief of her many friends Miss Jane Newman is visiting her sister Mrs N Sullivan at Frankfort where she will remain until after Thanks giving Mrs John Harlow arrived home this week from Bowling Green where she spent a week asthe guest of Mrs J F Garland Mrs Annie Nevin Cunninghams many friends and admirers will learn with regret that she is still confined to her home suffering from inflammatory rheumatism Miss Maggie Kehoe one of New Albanys most attractive and popular young ladies left Wednesday with her mother for Dayton Ohio where they will make their future home The many friends of Will Corrigan who has been ill for several weeks at his home 1720 Claystreet will be glad to known that he is now on the rapid road to recovery and expects to soon be able to be out again Dame Rumor has it that Joseph Baron the popular and successful East End plumber will shortly lead to the altar the lovely daughter of one of Jefferson countys wealthiest farmers Congratu lations are now in order James E Rathbone general engine dispatcher for the Wabash road at Deca tur Ill who has been the guest of his brother in1aw Judge John McCann for the past week will leave for his home tomorrow evening While here he made many friends who wished he would pro long his visit Miss Annie Welch and Fred Welz well known young people of New Albany were united in the bonds of wedlock at Holy Trinity church Tuesday morning with nuptial mass celebrated by Rev Father Kelly The ceremony was edpya large number of friends anal acquaintances The engagement is announced of Miss Mabel Smith and John B OConnell of 1031 Sixth street and is a pleasant sur prise to their boat of admiring friends Miss Smith Mbeautifulgirl formerly of this city but now making her home in Chicago Tile lucky groomelect is a rUpenitlble well known fira ofW1r Weller Sons Main street Their marriage will be solemnized the middle of January Perhaps the wott delightful tnutlcfcle of the season wju that given Thursday evening under the patronage of atoll Council Y Jtfrf Jiat the club house hall on Second street The programme Met d pfan address by Alderman James J FUafthdd and artirtfoilly ren dared vocal aoktt by MIII2ON Seng and jarpa lipllOcIte Joseph OSulHrant piano solos and Charles Letzlers violin numbers received warm encores The evenings entertainment concluded with an informal dance that held the assem blage till a late hour One of the prettiest of the fall wed dings was that of Miss Mayme OBrienI and Charles Thielman which emnized at St Patricks rectory on Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Monsignor Gambon performing the marriage ceremony Miss Emma Thielman sister of the groom was maid of honor aud Edward OBrien brother of the bride was best man Immediately after the ceremony the young couple repaired to their home 1552 Lytle street where a great reception and elegant wedding supper awaited them They were the recipients of many congratulatory mes sages and tokens of affection The week has had some notable wed dings but to none was attached such in terest as that which brought together the large and fashionable assemblage that gathered at St Philip Nerls church last Thursday morning to witness the union of Miss Nora Tanian the accomplished and winsome daughter of the late John Tanian and Phil Ackerman the young brewmaster for the Senn Ackerman Brewing Company Rev Father Acker man was the celebrant of the nuptial high mass and within the sanctuary were a large number of priests besides the deacon and subdeacon Following the ceremony at the church there were fes tivities on a large scale in honor of the newly wedded couple who have the wish of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances for a life of unalloyed bliss and prosperity GENUINE WELCOME Awaits Hoh Matt ODoherty at Hibernian Hall Tues day Night The announcement in these columns last week that Hon Matt ODoherty would address the Hibernians of the Falls Cities next Tuesday night at Hibernian Hall on his recent trip through Ireland was hailed with delight by the members of the six divisions of that order and there is now no doubt but that our distinguished lawyer and elo quent speaker will be greeted by an assemblage such as has been seldom witnessed in Louisville A special Invitation has been issued to every member of the order in Louisville New Albany and Jcffersonville to be present and enjoy the rare treat that has been prepared for them by the officers and Literary Committee of Division 1 Following the address there will be pleas ing vocal and musical selections by well known members who have kindly volunteered their services for this occasion Every member of the order who can possibly do so should show his appreciation of this invitation and be the guest of Division 1 next Tuesday night RECENT DEATHS A beautiful young life was closed by the passing away last Saturday morning of little Margaret Curran the youngest child of Mr and Mrs J J Curran 1819 Twentyeight street Her funeral took place Sunday The death of Miss Elizabeth Dolan last Tuesday was a shock to her many friends and relatives She was the daughter of Thomas Dolan 1613 Eight street with whom she resided Her fun eral took place Thursday morning from the Dominican church Death has again entered the Francis home on Lampton street this time caim ing the aged and revered head Michael Francis seventyeight years old His death occurred Tuesday night and the funeral obsequies were held Friday morning at St Johns church St Pauls church and St Peters sustain severe loss by the deaths of Mrs Louise Kleinholter and Mrs Josephine Monsch Both were well known Catholic ladies and prominent in our best German society circles The first named was buried from St Pauls on Friday morning tbe other from St Peters on Thursday morning Both were followed to tbe grave by large numbPrs of mourning friends Not for a long while has there been seen such a large funeral at St Patricks church as that which last Sunday morn ing witnessed the last sad obsequies over the remains of Mrs Bezzle Keyer the be loved wife of John B Keyer who died Friday night at the family residence 1304 West Chestnut street Monsignor Gambon was the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass and a long line of car riages followed the remains to St Louis cemetery Besides her husband she leaves five children to mourn her loss and with their many friends we offer them our heartfelt sympathy in their hour of gloom OENERAL COUNCIL Nothing of importance transpired at Tuesday nights meeting of the General Council Presidents Weissinger and Muir announced the standing committees and Mayor Grainger sent his first mae sage announcing the appointment of Col John Weller as a member of the Board of Public Works The Board of Aldermen very appropriately passed a resolution thanking the Messrs Bern herm for their gift of the magnificent Jefferson statue to the city Both boards will meet again Tuesday night THE MORAL Sunday School Teacher When the Hidchlldren called the old man bald- head the bears came out of the wood and ate them up What does that teach sa ScholarTo always1 climb a tree before calling names The person who live on tope i MldoM troubled withoMaitIn I i t utH un tn nIt tn un tlHtlt MILLINERY PATTERN HATS il it IHELBURN CO 335 WEST MARKET ST Near Fourth Avenue Opposite Former Location Our stock embraces the choicest and designs in Ladies and Childrens Winter Hats which we are selling at prices within the reach ofall t I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I MIl I t I I I I +++tf+iMIII + r+I tt+ I I +II 5 55- r I I STATIONERSPRINTERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS I The Bradley Gilbert Co INCORPORATED Blank Books Paper Box Manufacturers Representatives of the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for an Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Celebration of Anniversary of Branch 24Tuosday Night Branch 24 of the Catholic Knights of America celebrated the twentythird anniversary of their organization Tues day night at Aquinas Hall on Sixth street This branch is one of the most progressive in the order and embraces in its membership many of our leading and wealthiest Catholic citizens During its twentythree years of existence it has paidout an immense slim to beneficiaries and has been the means of providing shelter and comfort for many widows and fatherless children Joseph P McGinn who is well known in IrishAmerican circles is President of the branch and is doing everything in his power to increase its growth He was in the chair and the announcement reIceivedMr J Frank Brownfield delivered an interesting address reviewing the history of the branch and the great benefit it had been to its members not only from a financial point of view but from a social and moral standpoint as well declaring that membership in the great order made men better husbands and citizens He was followed by others who made short but happy talks all pledging their best efforts to continue t he work of pushing Branch 24 to the front SCHOOL PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE A progressive euchre will be given sevenIteenthbenefit of St Georges school which should prove one of the seasons most enjoyable social events in that section of the city The ladies of St Georges parish have made extensive arrange ments for this euchre slid invite all of their friends to be present and have a jolly good time while aiding a deserving cause THEATRICALS On the Suwanee River which comes to the Avenue next week though a Southern story with its characters drawn from actual life is like unto a mirror to the habitues of the country south of the MasonDixon line It has no offen sire types its atmosphere is clear and pure As a scenic production it is en titled to considerable commendation for an entire scenic investiture is carried for the four acts of the play A promise of something unusually bright and entertaining comes with the announcement of Webers Dainty Duchess Company for Thanksgiving week at the Buckingham The com pany numbers over forty people and is one of the brightest attractions on the road The burlesque RazMaTaz is said to combine the rollicking fun of burlesque the melody of opera the handsome costume and gorgeous scenery of a Parisian spectacle to all of which is added a grand and dazzling effect RazMaTaz is said to be one of those ingeniously devised works of humorous complicationsFor week the Meffert Stock Company has under rehersal a great play The Crust of Society It is one that is bound to please for it has pleased theatergoers times without number in the past and Is seen here for the first time at popular prices Col Meffert hits secured a great vaudeville bill for the week Ruth Nafta a coon song specialist will come on for a turn between one of the acts Bessie Gilbert an instrumentalist of some reputation In the vaudeville world is scheduled to ren der several selections and Lottie Glad stone will appear as a quaint country girl The Temple Is now giving a regu lar dollar show at popular prices and the house should be packed at every performance next week LOW RATES TOKORTHWJEST Home Seekers Excursions via MOHOB Keate The Monon route will sell roundtrip tickets at slightly in excess of one fare on November band 19 and December 3 and 111to points in Arizona British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Mich igan Minnesota Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wisconsin and Wyo ming Tickets will be good returning twentyone days from date of sale and firstIMaleadMS l I Up Stair Over English Woolen tills Store 1 One Door West of the Big Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ae BRORING orDe SI PROPRIETOR TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN THE CRUST OF SOCIETY First Time Here of This Great Play OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS Bessie Gilbert pleasing instrumentalist Lotta Gladstone quaint country girl monologuistRuth coon song and ragtime specialistMatinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular Prices 10c 15c 25c 35c and 50c BUCKINGHAMWEEK Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Satur- dayWIsI3IDRsS Dainty Duchess Co And the Great Musical Burletta RAZ A ThZNew Novel Unique Refined Lessons on Piano IIY YrMiss1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who join classes n- ow6LtII5RSON A Complete Assortment of the Latest Styles and Best Makes of Cooking and Heati- ngSTOVES Cast and Steel Ranges TRLEPHONE 821 214 Market Street Near Second cheerfully furnished on application to E H Bacon D PA Monon route Louis ville Ky LOW RATES TO CHICAGO Account of International Live Stock Ezj o itloB Tickets will be sold from Louisville to Chicago and return by the Momoa routet at10 December 2 and 4 good returning to and including December 8 Pamphlet- sofLive Stock Exposition and further in formation relative to rates obtalldeaa- ppllcatlontoEHBaCOtJ D PAb- lononroute Louiavillc Ky bettertbaneverserve i tucceaa rf Sn sy1 I I I I SCHUCK WYMAN 1SALOONPOOL ROOM and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut- A place where you can get 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December 7 1901 Round trip tickets to Chicago will be on sale on December 2 3 and 4 1901 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 J instance later than for trains leaving Chicago before midnight of December 8 1901 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents UBlg Four Route or address the undersigned WarrenJ Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P I Deppe Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent- S JOates General Agent Louisville Ky Illinois Gentroi BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville fiemphisAN- DNewr Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars Pullman Sleepers Eree Reclining Chair Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagJCincinnati Louisville or 14ew Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or k Louisville without change and atlow rates anyIllinOiW JMcBRIDK tty Passenger Ik Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Lonkyilie A H Hanson GP A9 Chicago Wm Alfred DUd r A 0 P A LoaUrille Tle Httk champion Terry McGovern ii It inwl fOnufOrhia content with Young Qurixrtt at Hartford on Thank giving dy alj9 0- tt IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a Nationalist meeting at Inch near Youghal an address was presented to Capt Donelan who delivered an inter esting speech Col Fitzgerald and others also spoke At Wexford on Sunday football teams representing Kilkenny and Louth played their tie of the Leinster championship under Gaelic rules in presence of an immense crowd The Kilkenny team won easilyA named John Kearns First street Belfast was charged at the Belfast Police Court with the murder of his wife Deceased was found lying dead on the kitchen floor and bore marks of bruises The prisoner was remanded until Friday On Saturday the sacristan of Thurles Cathedral found that thieves had broken into the church during the previous night the sacristy being entered and a desk which contained a sum of money rifled of its contents The outrage is be lieved to be the work of tramps On Sunday a great Nationalist meeting was held at Camlough County Armagh at which speeches were delivered by the Very Rev Canon Quinn John Dillon and John Campbell M Ps When Messrs Dillon and Campbell arrived in Newry on Saturday night they received a great popular welcome One of the ficest fires witnessed in Athlone occurred on Sunday night last when the extensive warehouse and stores attached to the Locke woollen mills were completely destroyed The fire was dis covered shortly after 8 oclock and the building a substantial fivestory struc ture was completely gutted by 11 The Chief Secretary on Tuesday re ceived a deputation of gentlemen con nected with the city of Derry in refer ence to a scheme for the development of the Innishowen peninsula by the Govern ment aid for the constructiou of a rail way from Derry to Greencastle The Chief Secretary in reply said nothing in particular and said it very well For some months an energetic committee of ladis of Slane and district have been engaged in the organization of a bazar to clear bff a debt due on the ball of St Peters Catholic Total Abstinence Society The bazarwas largely attended by all sections and creeds in the district The opening ceremony was gracefully performed by the Marchioness of Con ynghamThe of Capt Neweubam near Groom waited on the agent Peter Fitzgerald and requested an abatement in their rents of 25 per cent on the ground that the lands are light and the season was bad The agent declined to grant an allround abatement stating that he would consider individual cases and the tenantry refused to pay the halfyears rent now due W Johnston M P speaking at an Orange demonstration in Derry said Protestant Ireland was more indebted to Chamberlain than any other living man and pow that he bad knit together Great Britain and her colonies Orangemen were proud to stand by him The friendly feeling in America towards England sprang from the Orange society which was increasing in power every yearOn Sunday a farmer named Thomas Collins found the body of a woman in a shallow stream on the roadside about two miles from Limerick on the road to Kileely churchyard in County Clare Inquiries were made by the police and it was discovered that the body was that ora woman named Mary Fallon aged about fiftyfive who acted as a caretaker of a house not far from the place at which she was found William Carroll a well known builder and contracter died suddenly at his resi dence Adelaide road Kingston For years deceased suffered more or less from rheumatic gout but he attended to his business up to a week ago when paralysis of the right leg set in His death was unexpected but the facts of the base having been submitted to the County Coroner he has decided that an inquest will not be necessary Deceased was fiftysix years of age Alex ORourke solicitor died on Wednesday at his residence Newtown breda ORourke belonged to an old Irish family He was born in the year following the battle of Waterloo at Ballybolin near Ballytnena on a property that had been in the possession of his family for generations His great grandfather who was the last Prince of Breiffui married a Miss ONeill of Shanes Cattle pherof the original family of the ONeills so that in the late ORourke commingled the blood of per haps two of the oldest families and oldest names in the country T W Russell MP addressed a meeting at Bally CUe in wlticlthcilak1 the landlord was a useless partner in the agricultural firm who did nothing but draw money onj of the btudueM and I should be got rid of Ulster Itl1ereforebe been represented by lawyers election would be fought osi- I the crylThe land for the people and- I the candidate now ready would thoroughly grapple with the question of landlordism Russell is to speak in Bel fast ou Friday and will afterward de liver speeches in quick succession it several other places in Ulster Mr McCartney M P for Soutn Antrim is to be opposed by Dr Keight ley and a meeting in support of the latter gentlemans claims was held at Crumliu Resolutions were passed in favor of tenant proprietorship and the provision of laborers dwellings T W Russellwho was the principal speaker complained that Dr Rentoul had not vacated his seat on elevation to the bench and hinted that he held it in consequence of an understanding with the Government who knew that no candi date of theirs would have a chance with the constituency- A preliminary meeting was held in the Mayoralty rooms Drogheda the Right Rev Mgr Segrave of St Peters pre siding for the purpos of establishing a lace and crochet industry in the town After some explanatory remarks from Mr Smith of the firm of Smith Cook who attended by special request the Rev Chairman said that the Sisters of Charity had kindly offered free of charge a large room in their school for the purpose of the new venture Finally Mr Smith was instructed to at once en gage the services ofa lady instructor and a subscription ifst was opened- In the Kings Bench Division an ap peal was heard from a decision of Kerry Magistrates fining a man for falsely representing himself us a bonafide traveler It appeared in evidence that his house was more than three miles distant from the public house which he patronized but his farm was large his house pretty near its center and at one place his fence abutted on the public road at a point a little less than three miles from the public house The Magistrates held that the distance was to be measured from this point but the court decided that they were wrong and reversed their decreeIn to the personal estute of the late Mrs Maryann Murphy of Boot erstown estimated at 60000 of which about 45000 is claimed by her daughter Mrs Cornelia Russell under a donatio mortis causa the Master of the Rolls decided that the action by Thomas Joyce son of Mrs Murphy by her first mar riage and who is heiratlaw of her real estate for the administration of her estate and for the decision of the ques tionof the validity of the donatio mortis causa was to proceed and that another action by Mrs Cornelia Russell instituted later on for a similar purpose should be stayedOn Monday evening Capt RBrennan of Kingstown who was fishing in the bay midway between the Bailey light house and the east of Kingstown pier found to his surprise a heavy tug at the net Almost immediately it was observed that a shark was in the net and had partly forced its way through A second net thrown out nearly met the same fate and a third was brought into requisition before it became possible to secure the huge fish and in the effrt the boat was nearly capsized After fixing three ropes the shark was towed into Kingstown harbor It is believed to be the largest shark yet captured in the bay measuring nine feet fa length with a girth of over five feet The width of the tail is over two feet and the shark weighs about half n ton FASHIONS FOIBLES A few Empire modelsi are seen but the favorite is the long loose coat flaring below knees after the fashion of the ser pentine coat- Buttons are another prominent feature of the new coats and largo disks of gunmetal silver gold and even jewels are made a part of the trimming Ulsters are for the most part rather severe in style and nearly all have the half fitting French back which is much smarter than the altogether loose one Pastel cloth coats hiving broad collars of fur appliqued with lace are among the novelties in this line while others are elaborately trimmed with Eastern em broideries One distinctive feature of the new tailor coat is the Robespierre collar while the new sleeve of the afternoon and evening wraps is another unmistak able mark of the latest models Rich Eastern embroideries in all their Oriental colorings are introduced with charming effect on many of the new wraps even sealskin and other fur gar ments being elaborately decorated with tabs buttons and bands of this beautiful needleworkCoats the gamut in regard to length These is the Eton with pos tillion back for the smarttailor gown the coat coming a few inches below the belt for service Then the threequarter coat Is making a strong bid for popu larity while ulsters and long coats for certain occasions are more fashionable than ever before Black satin is used chiefly for elderly women and one visiting wrap of this kind was a very handsome affair of black satin long and loose and striped its entire length with narrow black gal loon Cut out a little longer than the threequarter length there was a deep border of velvet applique in double cres cent design Renaissance lace finishing the edge A smart new ulster with a French back seen the other day was made of cream box cloth the three seams of the back beingJ strapped with the broadstitched tItpoJotjattrimming used unless one excepts the stitching was a broah rolling mink collar tapering at the waist Besides being very good style this ulster is extremely practical Gaelic foot bell andhurlingare b cOm in New York Th- esdL4flwed by large tztIi c IRI8H 8OCIETYDIRECTORY AO XXI DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas Ji Dolan Vice President Newton G Rogers TynanFinancial1911 Bank Hree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam IS Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John M Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJpe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President B A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAMZIUCAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hail First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Kevin First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn JJ Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney SentinelTimothy Lyons DOWN TO WORK Spirited Contest Between Mom bers of IrishAmerican Society Will Endeavor ta Add Five Hundred Names Before Spring Tendered Banquet at McShanos Central Stock Yards Hotel TALKS THAT HAD THE RIGHT RING tThree hundred and sixtyseven mem- berS answered the roll call at Thursday nights meeting of the IrishAmerican Society when a contest was inaugurated that promises to become exciting within the next few weeks President Nevin occupied the chair and Secretary Joe Byrne and Eugene McShane whose business engag ments prevented their attendance for the pst few months were given a hearty greeting upon their reappearance The members were in the best of spirits and after the transaction of the usual routine business a number werecalled upon for short talks Mes rs Tom Tarpey Will Lawler Walter Joyce Tom Keenan PresidentNevin and Tom Claire making happy responses When all had been heard a membership committee of twentyfour was appointed which was subsequently divided into two of twelve each aud all will make a stren uous effort to add 500 names to the roll before spring A recess was taken while the two sides met to select Captains dur ing which a challenge was issued and ac cepted that the committee securing the smallest number of new members should entertain the victors with a supper Fol lowing the recess the names of the Cap tains and their assistants were announced as follows M W Murphy Captain Eugene Mc Shane J Mooney J King Walter Joyce Sam Cross Tom D Claire Joe W Byrne Tom Tarpey Mike arr9ll Edward Car roll and William Claire Joe Nevin Captain William M Hig gins J J Casey Michael King Tom Shelley William Baldwin Thomas Con way Tom Keenan William Murphy Patrick Grogan William Lawler and Martin Minogue That a spirited rivalry will ensue was soon apparent and the outcome will be watched with interest Both sides have plans whereby they think they will win and are already down to work The members were treated to a pleas ant surprise by Eugene McShane the genial proprietor of the Central Stock Yards Hotel which 7 has just been opened He tendered the committees a banquet at his hotel as soon as they se cured sixty addittiona1 members The invitation was accepted and the commit tees expect to partake of his hospitality before the first of thC year Mr Mc Shane was formerly qt Tirst and Green streets and his hosts of friends particu larly the members of the IrishAmerican Society wish him the unbounded suc cess he deserves in his iew hotel which is equallto any in the city Arrangements will Pi1 be undertaken for a big initiation f9 blowout in January and those wfcp remember last years pleasant affair atl1tlueicHallkno- wwhatthisorganlzatltHfcan do in that line when the time COM M Time question of tic celebration of RobertEmmets sash mary will be dw datthe next m M lag which willbe held the first Tueaaayii Decemberr c Now lathe time forWthAuierions to J jjjojjn thin aplendkl aoStoy which will 0 soon be of valuable assistancei to its meal hers The Initiation fee will swon be increased Application blanksl may be secured at this office and from any of the membersIGRATTANS WARNING His Speech in the Commons Against Oppression of CatholicsI I Readers of Irish history should care fully bear in mind that the proceedings of the Irish Parliament and the political history of the country during the eight eenth century have reference solely to the Protestant portion of the community and that the struggles of the Irish Legis lature for independence were the strug gles of Protestants alone says a writeriu the Irish World The Catholics had no power to take part in these contests for no Catholic could be a member of Parliament or even vote at an election for one They were compelled to remain silent believ ing that the less attention they drew on themselves the better for they knew not the moment they might be visited with further crushing enactments Perhaps the greatest defender of the oppressed was Henry Grattan who thus set forth the injustice of the day in the following address to the House of Commons at a time when it was contemplated to enact measures against the Catholics of Ireland Whatever belongs to the authority of God or to the laws of nature is necessar ily beyond the province and sphere of human institution and government The Catholic when you disqualify him on the ground of his religion may with great justice tell you that you are not his God that he can not mold or fashion his faith by your decrees You may inflict penalties and he may suffer them in silence but if Parliament assumes the prerogative of heaven and enacts laws to impose upon the people a different religion the people will not obey such laws If you pass an act to impose a tax or regulate a duty the people can go to the roll to learn what are the provisions of the law But whenever you take upon yourselves to legislate for God though there may be truth in your enactments you have no authority to enforce them In such a case the people will not go to the roll of Parliament but to the Bible the testament of Gods will to ascertain His law and their duty When once man goes out of his sphere and says he will legislate for God he in fact makes himself God But this I do not charge upon the Parliament because in none of the penal acts has it imposed a religious creed It is not to be traced in the qualification oath nor in the declaration required The qualifying oath as to the great number of offices and seats in Parliament scrupulously evades religious distinction dissenters of any class may take it a deist an atheist may likewise take it The Catholics are alone excepted and for what reason Certainly not be cause the internal character ofthe Catho lic religion is inherently vicious not be cause it necessarily incapacitates those who profess it to make laws for their fellowcitizens Ifa deist be fit to sit in Parliament it can hardly be urged that a Christian is unfit If an atheist be competent to legislate for his country surely this privilege can not be denied to the believer in the divinity of our Saviour But let me ask you if you have forgotten what was the faith of your ancestors or if you are prepared to assert that the men who procured your liberties areunfit to make your laws Upon what principle can it be urged that the application of a similar policy would not conciliate the Catholics and promote the general interests of the em pire I can trace the continuance of their incapacities to nothing else than a political combination that condemned the Catholic religion not as a heresy but as a symptom of a civil alienation By this doctrine the religion is not so much an evil in itself as a perpetual token of political disaffection i In the spirit of this liberal interpreta tion you once decreed totake away their arms and on another occasion ordered all Papists to be removed from London In the whole subsequent course of administration the religion has continued to be esteemed the infallible symptom of a propensity to rebel Known or suspected Papists were once the objects of the severest jealousy and the bitterest en actments Some of these statutes have been repealed and the jealousyl 1iaesince somewhat abated but thy Mmeluspi cions although ina less degreeppevade your councils Your isnagInat1re still infected with apprehension of tlie proneness of the Catholics to make cause with a foreign foe A treaty has lately been made with the King of the Two Sicilies May I ask Is his religion the evidence of the warmth of his attachment to your alli ance Does it enter into your calcula tion as one of the motives that must incline him to our friendship in prefer ence to the friendship of the State pro fessing his own faith A similar treaty has been recently entered into with the Prince Regent of Portugal professing the Catholic religion And has his relig ion been considered evidence of his con nection with the enemy You have not one ally who is not Catholic and you will continue to disqualify Irish Catho tics who fight with you and your allies because their religion is evidence of dis affection It is admitted on all sides that the Catholics have demonstrated their alle giance in ao ctrong a manner as the willing expenditure of blood and treasure can evince And remember that the French go not near so far in their de fense of Catholicism as you in your hatred of it in your own subjects and your reverence for it in your allies They have not scrupled to pull down the ancient fabrics of superstition in the countries subjected to their arms 1Upon a revi w of these facts I am justified its aMMning thai there is Noth ing inherent in Catholicism which either II U ic J SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGO 7 ON THE Lu u u c I lmorlWIDll UAIIWAY b In an ELEGANTPARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Paswnger Agent rlAnagerW HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenerali News Notes Division 1 meets Tuesday night Division 2 meets Thanksgiving night Christmas falls to Division 4 President Hennessy expects a large turnout at the meeting of Division 4 Wednesday night- Twentythree candidates were initiated at the last meeting of the Ladies Auxil iary of Division 12 of Revere Mass County President Keenan says there will be a surprise for the members of the order who attend Tuesday nights meet ingDivision 50 of Boston will give its annual ball December 10 During the evening election returns will be an nouncedPhiladelphia with all its divisions has yet only one degree team that carries out the orders of its superior officers as laid down ill the new ritual Timothy Kenney is again with Mike Madden at Tenth and Walnut and he will be glad to greet his friends at the opening Wednesday evening The ball of Jeffersonville division was a social and financial success The young men are deserving of great praise for their excellent management of the pleasant affair The Manchester Emerald says the order in Nashua N H IS prospering well and the membership is on the increase Hardly a meeting of the two divisions passes without two or more initiationsDivision 1 of Dover N H will hold a series of dances and entertainments dur ing the coming winter the same as last season These affairs while adding to the finances of the organization have resulted in young members becoming much interested in the division They also tend to increase the membership- The Hibernian Rifles of Hartford Conn are planning for a fair to be held it the Auditorium in January the pro ceeds to be used for the purchase of new uniforms When this is read many will ask What has become of the Hibernian Knights of Louisville They have been on furlough since the Boston convention The Hibernian building at Nashua is well under way the roof having been laid last week When completed it will be one of the best buildings owned by the Hibernians in New England The Emerald thiQks it would be well for divisions in other cities to follow their Nashua brethrens example More money is paid out for hall rent in our large cities in ten years than it would cost to put upa building This idea should be the prominent feature and ambition of the divisions EUHCRE AND DANCE The young men of Trinity Council have issued invitations for a euchre and dance at Trinity Hall on Thanksgiving eve when a number of beautiful prizes will be distributed Nine well known young men have charge of this affair and they promise to eclipse all former efforts in this line Game will be called at 830 oclock to be followcd by lunch eon and dancing will continue till 2 oclock This will be the last euchre given this year and all who would spend a delightful evening should attend proves disaffection or disqualifies for public trusts The immediate inference is that they have as much right as any dissentient sect to the enjoyment of civil privileges and a participation of equal rights that they are as fit morally and politically to hold offices in the State or seats in Parliament Those who dispute the conclusion will find it their duty to controvert the reMoningi on which it is founded I do iijheiievethe Church is itf any danger buFjfjt is lam sure that we are in a wrong way to secure it If our laws will battle against Providence there can be no doubt of the issue of the conflict between the ordinances of God and the decrees of man transient must be the struggle rapid the event Let us suppose an extreme case but applicable to the present point Suppose the Thames were to inundate its banks and suddenly swelling enter the House during our deliberations and a motion of adjournment being made should be opposed and an address to Providence moved that it would be graciously pleased to turn back the overflow and direct the waters into another channel This it will be said would be absurd but consider whether you are acting upon a principle of greater intrinsic wisdom when after provoking the resentments you arm and martialize the ambition of men under the vain assurance that Providence will work a miracle in the constitution of human nature and dispose it to pay injustice with affection oppression with cordial support This is In fact the true character of your expectations nothing less than the Author of theUnlverse should subvert Ills laws to ratify your stat tsand distnrb the settled course of nature to confirm the weak the base expedients of man What says the Decalogue Honor thy father TakeawayhIMeatate Do not teal The law pn the contrary proclaimsI You may rpbjfcCathoUcI I REAGANS EXCHANE 1 SWCor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIALB- est Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON a John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch r Never Run Out LOW RATES ron THANKSGIVING DAY VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE 0 Eat Turkey with the old folks at home On November 27 and 28 round trip tickets will be sold between all localIpoints on the Big Pour Route and D U R R within a radius of 160 miles of starting point also to many points PassengerAssociation goodfor29 1901 For full information and par ticulars as to rates tickets limits etc 7 call on agents Big Four Routeor address the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant 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and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY I si l l wai a1F- T1Milidooll MOllilifidiltt60ie DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OPiiITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND 1 i fionumentsArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studio Carrara Italy I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I ill l I4I II IIFIFB II I I axlrr Ili FRANK WALTERS a Clay=Street Breweryf 812 and 814 CLAY STREET hone aopa LOUISVILLE ICY ENRY C LAUER d EPHONE 1140 SAND LIQUORS LIVEBYM BOARDING STABLE ON ST 1421t AU 430 KETIE JEFFERSON SLftOUiSYiLLEKy u otay THANKSGIVING H BARGAINS I AT Louisvilles Greatest Store I SpecialsLa- dies I extra heavy Seamless Fast lOcI5cfori f Childrens extra heavy Fast Black Cotton Hose wide ribbed splendid qual i for ity sizes 6 to 9 12 worth I5C 1Oc II QJ Ladies heavy Fleecelined Vests and 0 15oC Q Ladies extra heavy Egyptian an- do Gray Fleecelined Vests pearl buttons silk taped neck and fancy silk trimming French band Pants to match CoSuits fleecelined all sizes Light Colored Outing Cloth in checks and stripes also solid white Out C o Light and Dark Colored Outing Cloth Q in checks stripes and plaids at I II 0 inches wide in pink blue red oldrose cream and cadet blue at I I Third and Third and Fourth 00 Now Control Every Branch of Louisvilles Municipal Government Mayor Graingor Inaugurated Amid Cheers and Boom ing Cannon City Treasurer Camp and Tax Receiver Brown Also Sworn PRETTY GIRLS PRESENT FLOWERS Amid the cheers of thousands and the booming of cannon Charles F Grainger was on Tuesday at noon inaugurated as Mayor of Louisville for the next four years The inaugnral ceremonies took place in the chamber of the Board of Councilmen where admiring friends had assembled as early as 1030 oclock to insure their places to witness the proceedings The scene was indeed an inspiring one and must have been highly gratifying to the Mayor and his handsome and charming wife The floral offerings were many and magnificent and the wonder is that they were not crushed by the throngs that crowded the chamber almost to suffocation Mayor Grainge s arrival shortly before noon was the signal for great cheering that extended through the corridors and into the street When the clock in the tower struck the noon hour Judge Field arose and administered the oath while the firing of a salute was being superintended by Corporal James Kiunarney and Will Bohon After the oath had been admin instered Judge Field presented the new Chief Executive who was greeted with another tremendous outburst of cheers Mayor Grainger then thanked all pres ent for their manifestations of friendship ann among other things declared his intention to give the people a business administration one that would be credit able to himself and friends and satisfactory to all living in our beautiful and growing city His solemn promise to observe every word of the oath he had just taken created a decidedly favorable impressionUpon conclusion of the Mayors remarks Misses Elizabeth Tarpey and Allis Rouesche representing the police of the Seventh district arose and pre seated him with a large and magnificent floral locomotive emblematic of Louis the headlight bearing the figures 1901 In tones pleasing and fully as distinct as those of Harry Weissingsr who followed her Uta Trpey will Hon Charles F Gnunger out re spelled tarOt On mew devolved the o U t 1 i Specials iLadies fine quality Fast Black All for wool Ribbed Hose Wo17c5c iBoys extra heavy Fast Black Fleece lined Bicycle Hose double knee sole J I Ladies and Childrens Underwear forC lILadies extra heavy and extra large worth Egyptian 750 for Fleecelined Pants r 665c5 closed for- Childrens 8 fine quality Fast Black l i Outing Cloths and Flannellettes 5oCQgGyard Flannelettes in all the late Persian effects in stripes and figures I fl allIcolors worth i2 ra c at per yard I C Flannelettes with the new Persian border in pink blue old rose red tan 00 andnavy worth I5c at per yard e 12 G- One lot of t second mourning Flannel Iettes in fancy stripes and figures 34 I 2 G IJ Bet Fourth MARKET i00000000000000 DEMOCRATS securing vi11esmottoIProgreN 15cworth equestrienneTights Gi 48cfor 121sale BACON SONSSTREETBet high honor representing the Seventh Police district of our city to offer you in their behalf this token oftheir friendship as an acknowledgement of the pride and pleasure they feel in greeting you today as Mayor of Louisville This little floral tribute is doubly emblematic of what they wish the future to hold in store for you Around this miniature symbol of Progress we see entwined the budding hopes of your many friends whose warmest wish is that not only may you enjoy the honor at present bestowed on you of being first in our city but may you be first in our State and first in our country May your administration be as it were a floralstrewn path where the joys are many and the trials aud cares like the thorns of the roses few and hidden Then turning smilingly to Mrs Grain ger the young ladies presented her with a large bouquet of American beauty roses and the pretty compliment- Mrs Grainger We greet you the be loved consort of our honorable Mayor as first lady of our city and present you these roses as fair emblems of all the great and good women of Old Kentucky who are in reality the American beauties of out nation Mayor Grainger was escorted to his office by the Board of Aldermen where after congratulations between himself and Mayor Weaver the keys were turned over The first appointment made was that of Tom Craig who became the Mayors private secretary For several days there was a constant stream of call ers representing all claases both rich and poor to wish him success In all there werfe fortytwo floral offer ings the most elaborate coming from Jimmie and Mrs James Shelley Senators McNutt and Weller Larry Gatto Scott Newman Misses Camille and May Semo nin John Dyjer and Ben Dillon Capt Edward Burke and his platoon Chief Sullivan and the detective department and the Jail officials Fully as interesting were two other less pretensious inductions into office that took place in other parts of the City Hall on the same day Jim Camp being sworn in as City Treasurer by Roger McGrath and James Brown becoming Receiver of Taxes Tbe latter very wisely retained the old deputies while Treasurer Camp could not have made a better selection than Horace McCrocklin The only Republican in the Council for whom there is any regret is Charles Shepherd his steadfast loyalty to the workingmen and his manly conduct mak ing him thousands of friendswhere his colleagues bad none RECEPTION AND LUNCHEON Mike J Madden the popular and successful grocer has moved into his new and commodious house at Tenth and Walnut streets The building was erected especially for him and as now equipped is one of the sheet groceries in the city Next WedneaHay evening the formal opening will o ecurr when the friends of the wholesoulid and genial Mike will tender him a reception which will be attended by tirge numbers of acquaint antes A hoe teens feat including all MlvediaQdedafeoliahavltatiol can friends tote present and hate th- efestIefr 7 CATHOLIC FEDERATION Indications Point to a Large Gathering at National Convention Secretary John ORourke of the Feder ation of Catholic Societies of the United States which will assemble in national convention in the Odd Fellows Temple Auditorium at Cincinnati on December 10 has sent circulars to many of the Catholic societies of this city inviting them to send delegates and an initiation fee of 5 As previously stated Louis ville societies will be represented through the Catholic Union Hon Edward J McDermott and Dr J W Fowler having been selected for delegates at the last meeting of that body which now em braces nearly thirty organizations The convention will last three days and for all bodies to send delegates in addition to those from their national organization would be rather expensive The call for the national convention bears the ap proval of Bishops McFaul and Messmer DECIDED SUCCESS Was the Hibernian Social Session Last Monday Night Hibernian Hall was thronged to the doors Monday night by friends of Divi sion 3 many being unable to gain admit tance to the most successful social session yet given The programme was a pleasing one and was excellently ren dered each number receiving generous applause The opening address was delivered by State Secretary James Coleman of this city His remarks were given close attention and there were many who would have liked to listened to him longer The programme was varied and embraced vocal solos by Miss Lee Ijames and Messrs John Green Joseph Lena ban and Edwin Sabree Misses Mayme Mackey and Ailice Rouesebe executed piano solos that were enthusiastically en cored Edward McAtee and Williau Bauer and Zoll and Grove were seen in pleasing sketches and James Carrolls recitation received generous applause The horn pipe and step dancing of Maurice Haley was a revelation and surprise but the greatest mirth was produced by Eugene Mouth in his 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