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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 w hr u b IRISH VOLUME VIINO 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS CHICAGO Extends a Great Ovation to Redmond McHugh and ODonnell 11tessage They BroughtStlrs the Hearts of the Sons of Erin 4SixThousand Gather in Com inctnoration of Manches tor Martyrs HOPE OF FREEDOM WAS VOICED Irish eloquence and Irish patriotism echoed from the stage of the Auditorium Sunday night and stirred the souls of thousands who had gathered to hear the message brought by the United League envoys John E Redmond Patrick A McHughand Thomas ODonnell on the occasion of the celebration of the anni versary of the death of the Manchester martys Allen Larkin and OLeary at Chicago It is seldom that men receive the welcome accorded these Insh patriots Every seat in tile Auditorium was filled and for hours tremendous cheers rose at frequent intervals from the 6000 throats that voiced approval of senti ments in favor of free Ireland says the RecordHeraldThe of the evening was de livered by Mr Redmond the stanch admirer of Farnell and now recog nized lleader of the United Irish party lIe related bits of the past history of his native country told of its national pride of its oppression and of its ambition and hopes He cheered his listeners by tell ing them that Ireland is now united and awakened their unboundedenthusiasm by declaring that the people were never so near the realization of their fond hopes as now- Following Mr Redmond came young Thomas ODonnell with an energetic ac count of what is being accomplished in the British Parliament by the young and determined members like himself whon have been sent there to represent Ire lands interests In the Gaelic language he top spoke of Irelands apirations and the vrogress which is being made toward th rmliidMnclCl Is1c uglr 7wbo has so long held the confidence of the Irish people closed the meeting with a characteristically fiery speech The meeting was presided over by Col John Finerty head of the local branch of the United Irish League On the plat form were the officers of the Second Regiment Illinois National Guard officers of the ClannaGael Guards in t full regimentals and many prominent Irish citizens of the city In opening the meeting Col Fiuerty announced that the gathering was to welcome the accredited envoys of a united Irish nation and to celebrate Ire- lands a unconquerable nationality Then he quoted the words of Sir Francis Moore lu this our jsland England shall never never rest U Senator Mason before presenting the speakers of the evening made a short address in which he extolled the Irish national spirit When the Mayflower turned away from the land where they asserted the di vine right of kings he said she pointed her prow toward the land of the divine right of man We have the blood of those same pilgrims coursing in our veins and there never has been a strug gle for liberty when we have not stretched out our hands to give the op pressed assistance These distinguished statesmen come to us now on a mission f of peace They are here to appeal to our consciences and our hearts not our ships and our guns Who shall say that we will not receive them with open arms They come from a country that has sent us no anarchists Then let us do what we can for them and let us realize that the echo of this meeting will reach around the world tomorrow reach lug even Paul Kruger in his exile Sir Redmond stepped forward as he was introduced amid tremendous ap plause It is most fortunate he said that the visit of myself and my colleagues is synchronous with the anniversary of those young Irish martyrs who laid down their lives for their country So longas their memory is green and their names are honored throughout the world the cause of Ireland Is safe The cause for C which they died has progressed during a all the years since their martyrdom Irishmen in America have been discour aged I know during the last ten years at the spectacle of dissension in Ireland But regrettable as that has been the cause of Ireland has been advancing all this time Her cause is stronger today than at any time in the memory of the oldest man here That the great moves meat created by Parnell seemed for a time wrecked by this internal strife is true and it is also true that Ireland is today binding up the wounds received in this civil smuggle but with the great consolidation of the Irish people which baa vow been brought about through the United Irith League the future iii fall of protuUe L We yr at the MWkance of you Irish American in furthering the struggl for freedom but if you hold aloof u Zoo hv done 1in the put then we are strong P enough and well enough organized to win our battle in the end singlehanded Our principle is the principle of rebellion against foreign rule whether it takes the form ofa resort to the battlefield where so many of our brave sons have perishedor of a political fight as has seemed more fitting during the last few years We propose to conduct a popular move in Ireland so uncompromising and I unswerving that all Irishmen will be come increasingly difficult and danger j ous for England to manage Irishmen have no great respect for the law of the land when the law is English made With our little force we are accomplishing a great deal in the British House of Parliament Were it not for the Irish party there no protest would have been raised in the world against the iniquitous Boer war It is the fashion nowadays to be selfish in world patriotism and the only voice to echo through the world in behalf of the Doers was that of poor and oppressed Ireland In conclusion Mr Redmond stated that the mission of himself and his com rades was to ask the people of this COlin try to establish branches of the United Irish League We wantorganized allies he said to whom we may appeal in a crisis with the assurance that we will receive aid and support We want to be pre pared to grasp at freedom when the op portunity offers All we ask is to be allowed to shape our own destinies Resolutions offered by Simon J Forhon were unanimously adopted The resolu tions pledged support to free Ireland expressed regret at the constant imigra tion from the fatherland and contained a clause offering sympathy for the Boers and the hope that they may secure their independencePatrick McHugh M P brought cheers from the immense audience when he said We have come to America to tell you that a fight is on in Irelandand to ask you boys to give us a hand His utterance was met with approval when hesaid that he believed the Irish Nation alists can rest assured of the support of the Irish in America He spoke of the great receptions the Irish envoys hadrel ceived in New York Boston and else where but told the audience that the great meeting in Chicago eclipsed them all METZGERKELTY Pretty Wedding Solemnized at St Brlglds in the Highlands J ol otthftl Ii twedltngs ever witnessed in the Highlands was that of Miss Prundentia Kelty to Albert Metzger Bolr emnized at St Brigids church with nup tial high mass last Tuesday morning Many and showy flowers were banked about the altar against a rich background of palm plants The attendants were the ushers Messrs Charles Klappe Charles Fedler George Renneisen and Edward I Kelty brother of the bride Miss Kelty was charmingly gowned in white Paris muslin over taffeta with satin loops tucked gracefully over the dress After the ceremony the Rev Father Connolly spoke a few feeling and kindly words and congratulated the couple on tbev whappychurch the bridal pair were tendered a reception at the residence of the brides parents the house being artistically udecoratedAfter the reception Mr and Mrs Metz ger went to their cosy home 1525 Bar 4furnishedThe bride is the charming daughter ofcMr and Mrs J W Kelty 13iO Elwood avenue and is possessed of many admir able qualities which united with hertlovable disposition have made her from childhood a favorite with young and old j She is also well known in Catholic cir cles Mr Metzger Is a clever and suc cessful young man and is endowed with many accomplishments being a violinist of whom our local musical circles justly j mesIState all wishing them joy and happi ness N LETTER CARRIERS JOLLIFY George Happel the well known letter carrier who recently took unto himself a lovely wife with whom he made an extended trip to the principal cities of the North returned last week after hav ing enjoyed the precious privilege of a- lhoneymoon and has settled down to the l responsibilities of a benedict Mr Hap pel is a popular young man of the West End and as a mark of appreciation of his brother carriers he tendered them a reception last Saturday evening followed bya spread which was sumptuous and embraced all the seasons delicacies All who partook of the festivities enjoyed 1 themselves immensely and before departing wished the happy couple a brill iant and prosperous future Judged by the goodnatured carriers previous actions this has long since been made secure LADIES MADE HAPPY The ladies of St Anthonys congregu tion who gave a bazar this week at St Anthonys Hall for the benefit of their parochial school have scarcely recovered from the delightful surprise given them Wednesday night by Col John Whallen The Colonel Invited and entertained atI supper ri large party of well known citiII seas among then merchants city oSU cialtmpl several clergymen Col Whal len gave the bazar a boom that assured its gnccew which the ladieswish us to say they diily appreciaten U 1 MRS JOHN E WALTER President of the St Anthony Hospital Sewing Circle Y 041JVvv vVVv vv 1 WHO THEY ARE Catholic Ladies Doing Splendid Work For Our New Hospital Sewing Circle RopresontsNcar j ly Every Congregation in 1f rJAJJtjJr7j The Magnificent Structure Will Soon Bo Ready For Occupancy MEET NEXT WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON St Anthonys Hospital on Barrett ave nue is rapidly nearing completion the result of the indefatigable and unceasing of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpet al Adoration The institution is located- on grounds which for beauty of appearance and healthfulness of situation are It is only a little over a year ago that the good Sisters received a call from Right Rev William McCloskey- the venerated Bishop of the Louisville to come to this city The site on avenue overlooking the entire and suburbs was purchased and plans for the erection of a hospital in harmony with the conditions of the cool and manufacturing interests of the Gateway of the South and adapted to its needs were made Building opera tions were begun early last spring the cornerstone being soon afterward laid by Bishop McCloskey in the presence of a vast multitude and now the noble and imposing structure will soon be ready to receive the sick and unfortunate without reference to creed color or nationality With the foregoing facts before them a number of Louisvilles most charitably disposed and best known ladies resolved- to assist the Sisters in their noble undertaking Meetings were called and soon nearly every congregation in the city was well represented and finally StAn thonys Sewing Circle was organized This society of noble women resolved to furnish St Anthonys Hospital with linens and bedding and for months weekly meetings have been held interest and enthusiasm increasing until the membership now numbers about 1000 The dues are only ten cents a month and this sum is devoted to time purchase of the material necessary for pillowcases sheets etc which are made up by the ladies When the membership had assumed proportions representing parts of the city it became necessary to elect permanent officers and the wisdom of this action is everywhere apparent by the enthusiasm and interest aroused by those selected who are as follows PresidentMrs John Walters of St Martins First Vice President Mrs Charles Smith of the Cathedral Second Vice President Mrs John Ecker Treasurer Mrs Mathias Poschinger The various congregations are represented with the following ladies as Chair meutSt BonifacesMrs Frank Geher St Martins MH John Dacher St JoephqMrr Them WeiM St Brigidll1rs JoMpbiiw SteT 81 JoUus MUi Rosa Taupe o Jo i St Louis Bertrands Miss Emma Dep pen 3i St Francis Mrs Michael Zimlich Cathedral =Mrs AuuSjWathen J Blessed SacramentMrs Michael Rel lihan rf i JosepKjBrumleveSt Scharfenberger rfy St Cecilias Miss Minnie Reagan- St Philip Neri MrS Mary Fogarty Sacred Heart RetteatJMrs Dr Huber Holy TrinityMrs l ry Stich St IepptIlt S St Francis of Rome Miss Maria MVi meeBesides the foregoing there are a num ber of others whose names could not be obtained when this was written The next meeting of the members of the St Anthony Sewing Circle has been called for next Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock at the temporary home of the Franciscan Sisters 021 East Gray street and Mrs President Walters whose pic ture we take pleasure in presenting here with to our readers and the friends of the hospital hopes to see every member pres ent The Franciscan Sisters now have a number of large hospitals throughout the country notable among them those at Cleveland Denver Lafayette Omaha Terre Haute Colorado Springs Mem phis New Albany and Lincoln and Grand Island Neb but the one here will sur pass all of those Animated by true Christian charity these holy women labor indefatigably for the sick and poor and their admirable devotedness has brought renewed health and usefulness to many persons who today are pursuing their usual avocations to the benefit of themselves their families and their friends Desirous to do the greatest good to the greatest number they receive patieuts without regard to creed nationality race or sex Here the rich have no preference over the poor the rule being First come first served Their hospitals are a charity in the broadest since of the word Those admitted within their sheltering walls and unable to requite the good Sisters for their tender care are given the same attention as they who are able to contribute much or little toward defraying expenses The same care is given all Their days work begins long before daylight they spend two hours in prayer before their patients have awakened to another day of misery It only ends when every inmate of their hospital has been provided with all the comforts which Ingenious charity can invent to make the sufferers night as painless as possible Then the Sisters rest their weary limbs on narrow cots of straw and it affords them a better nights repose I than the tenants of downy couches would deem it possible to enjoy But i even then some of the sisters discount the few hours sleep to attend during the night some of the stricken patients They glide like unto the ministering angels from bed to bed and unreason able and petulent as sick people are apt to be these nurses of the poor know how to comfort all The foregoing are a few reasons why all Christians should aid the Franciscan Sisters in performing Gods work of ministering to the sick and unfortunate FORTY HOURS The Forty Hours devotions will begin at the Cathedral at the bighmass tow or row morning The aotet ceremony was observed last Sunday M St William StDduycdVed the Bacrnnitnt I i ti- o YIMIII Satolli Council Initiated An I other Class Last Mon day Night Trinity Cquncil Making Prepa rations Eor Big Gains in i Y + ii111rlif t tI J i Much Interest anti Several Hot Contests in the Coining Elections I GOOD MEN TO SELECT FROM The members of Satolli Copncil Y 11I I are still hustling for new material t Lasttinitiatedtt and on Monday night the degrees were j conferredon seven more Quite a number who have been elected to membership i i were unable to be present and their names will be formally added to the roll before the firat of the year The newly I theIimpressive obligation by the officers of Satolli the second degree being conferred Iby the team from Trinity Council The i carriediout in a pleasing manner and was highly appreciated by the new members espe cially Joseph Nally and R Lee Pfeiffer Those initiated were Messrs Harry Well ingtpu Frank Queenat Edward Pope Joseph Nally George Kilcourse Frank McCormack and R Lee Pfeiffer They are all well known young men who will add greatly to the influence of Satolli CouncilDuring the evening a recess was taken when cigars were distributed and an hour devoted to social talk there being en AlbertISmithMackin Councils The nomination of officers for the coming year was postponed till next Monday night when President OSullivan hopes fora large attendance Satolli should continue itsI I manyImembers as any councilin this jurisdlc tion Trinity Council also held a large andI interesting meeting Monday night the most important business being the nom ination of officers for nextyear and thisI brought out a big attendance of members President Sullivans friends were greatly disappointed when they learned he would decline the honor of reelection which his excellent record assured The nonllcc nees for this important office are Messrs Joe Piazza Edward Slattery and Edward Hosier all popular young men and competent to fill the position with satisfac tion to the council Each has a large I personal following and the contest willII be close and exciting Rev Father OGrady will continue as Chaplain the nominations for the other offices andli I l I lowFirst Vice PresidentrHenry Strube Torn Garvey Edward Bosler Adam c Schneider Joseph Kirchdorfer Dan lien I nessySecond Vice PresidentEdward Wulf t Albert Martin William BosflUog Edward Slattery William Hilleric- hRecorrti8eerdrrylosepit j Gffn y Joseph McCill AM Kdfer FWI n J Weidimer George Dues Clem Ellert Financial SecretaryWilliam Gast Charles Sievert Clem Ellert AdamI Schneider A H Hukenbeck Corresponding Secretary Frank Dock weiler Robert Goebel Adam Schneider Dr Phil Beule- lTreasurerJos McGill Thomas New man Henry Strube Price Archer JosephI Piazza Henry Kirchdorfer Marshal Maurice Danaher Henry Herbfrger Tom Garvey William Dos sung Andy Schreck Inside Sentinel Edward Strosberg Edward Those Thomas Newman A M Keifer William Bbssung George Reill ingOutside SentinelCharles Riehl W H Barnes E J Bosler Jake Pfalzer L P ZimmermanExecutive Henry Strube Joseph Kirchdorfer Dan Hennessy Andy Schreck James B Kelly William Barnes Edward Wulf Price Archer William Hillerich F W Weidenian Frank Ackerman Robert F Walsh George Reilling Tom Garvey Adam Schneider Ben Hnud Joseph McGill Council Physician Drs Phil Beutel Lammers Carpenter and Clark Collector Clmrjes Sievert ThomasI Garvey George Dues Edward Kelty Henry Herberger William Bossung The other business transacted was of a routine nature and unimportant Much enthusiasm was exhibited nt Mackin Councils meeting Tuesday night The new bylaws and rules of order were adopted after which nominations for officers were made and a spirited cam paign inaugurated It Iis no small honor to be elected President of this influential and strong organization The office has beeu filled with signal ability by Daniel Cunniff for the past year and the race to succeed him lies between Tom Burk strongcandidatesnot be told until the ballots are counted The nominations for the other offices wereChaplainRev Fathers Cunningham Leo and Brady First Vice PresidentWilliam Ker berg Jack Shelley Second Vice President Gus Weber Charles Raidy Financial SecretaryGeorge Simonis Fred Herp Recording Secretary Joseph Steltcn pohl Dan Weber George Simonis Corresponding Secretary F Adams Treasurer Jack Shelley Louis Straub Joe Stellenpohl Den Sands MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy RobI ert Osborne George Lautz Inside Sentinel Robert Osborne iAuthol1yDaurle vAlerrrtGatliof 7ou1 BorntraegerOutside cl Arthur Senn James Hines Edward Canty Executive Committee Dan CunniffI Edward Andriott George Lautz James Rider Louis Borntraeger Edward Wentzell Gus Weber Janes Hoey Frank Murphy Tom Burkholder Charles j Raidy Lee Fisher Jack Shelley Joellj Heckman Fred Eberhard John Harlowhh James Shelley Frank Adams The committee consists of five members The euchre and dance given by Mackin Council at Schreibers Hall was the social event of the season for the young people of the West End One hundred tables were required for the players After the distribution of the prizes dancing was indulged in till after midnight Follow ing is a list of the prize winners and the donorsMrs F Bilger handsome ornaments from Mrs Abraham Earl Mrs Pius Barthelnics jar imported cherries froUiI Rudolph Hochstrasser Mrs Charles Miles fine picture Miss Annie Stelteu pohl palm and vase from Nick Poutrich j jIMiss Emma Marshall picture frame Mrs Pres Stevens ladies table Misscc Pauline Harney chocolate pitcher from tt Charles Roe Miss Rosa Potter foot stool from Steve Harney Miss Margaret Cole man sofa pillow from Mrs Lawrence George Francis silk umbrella from Gathof S Bros Theodore Metzger box cigars from West End Bowling Club Edward Curran box cigars from Barney Flynn Clem Bencken fine necktie from Gus Weber Nick Gathof box cigars from Dan Schreiber Michael Stark pair silk suspenders from Martin Brooker KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Celebrate Initiation of Forty New Members With fI I Banquet I I The Knights of Columbus of Louisville I had a gala day last Sunday For sonic time previous Louisville Council had been making extensive arrangements for thisIi meeting the most important yet held l here and the initiation of about forty new members among Jthem being many 1 of our most prominent and influential Catholic citizens The initiatory exer cises were held in Elks Hall in the press ence of several hundred members of the order and occupied the entire afternoon Chicago Council sent a large delega A tion to assist in conferring the degrees and many also came from Cincinnati Indianapolis Nashville Paducah Mem phis Evansville Chattanooga Lexington and Knoxville The successful event was celebrated at night with a banquet at the Louisville Hotel that sparkled with brill iancy Edward J McDermott was toa511I master and first introduced Dr Thoma Hart editor of the Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph who delivered an eloquent and able discpurse on Charity kerJ speakers were A OBrien of Nashville Chancellor James J Fitzgerald and John J Barrett whose speech on Job Lots provoked sidesplitting laughter It will be at least six months before another initiation takes place Tile visitors were tad in th rprad the treatment received toat thcINUisvilie Knights DEATHI Claims Another of Louisvilles t Best Known Catholi- cI mcn Mrs James Wolf Succumbs After Short Illness of Pneumonia Patrick Sheridan Also Called After Long and Use ful Life SINCERE SYMPATHY FOR tfLATiYES There departed this life here this week a Catholic lady whose loss will long t be mourned by the entire community and particularly the Dominican parish Mrs Margaret Wolf the beloved wire of fliedlast 1 and Oldbam streets after a short illness of pneumonia leaving a bereaved hus band and two children to mourn over their great loss and time sad news enshrouded many homes where she yas known in deep gloom Mrs Wolf came to this country from Ireland while quite young and upon reaching womanhood she was married to James Wolf She lwas a devoted wife and mother and an exemplary Christian whose charities and kindly acts were without number r and many there are who will miss her during the coming holiday season The funeralwhich took place Tuesday morn fc ing from St Louis Bertrands church was one of the largest ever seen in Limerick The solemn requiem high mass for the repose of her soul was sung by Rev Father Powler assisted by Fathers JJusta and Kelly as deacon and subdea con Father Fowler preached the fune ral sermon which was a deserved tribute to the many excellent qualities of the eyesinwords were spoken From the church her remains were tenderly borne to the flowercovered grave in St Louis ceme tery the pallbearers being Messrs John Hennessy Patrick Kilkenny Thomas McHugh Michael AValghjratrkk Glenn and J piauT 1 None mourn niqnrslficerely Mrs Wolfs 1 Untimely death than does the Kentucky Irish American whose firm and stanch friend she was from its birth May the earth ret lightly oer hex body and lier soul rest in peace Many and feeling are the tributes sent from her friends and especially the fol lowing from Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham Gone as is the soft southern breeze that wooed the flowers from their nesting places Stilled as the laughing waters of the forest brook when its golden God has hid its face refusing it warmth and benediction Quiet forever time heart that beat for friends as well as for home and children whose geniality never failed to change the acidities and dupli cities of others into joyful ripples of loving kindness Smooth is the placid brow that was never disturbed by ill will closed the modest eye and sealed the lips that never betrayed a friend or neighbor The happy circle is broken the most precious bead of the chaplet is lost Margaret the precious pearl has dropped from among us leaving us only the beautiful memory of her womanly Christian life So soon may I follow When friendships decay When from loves shining circle The gems drop away When true hearts lie withered And fond ones arc flown Oh who would inhabit This bleak world alone Many messages of condonce have been received by the bereaved family from New York and other States Patrick Sheridan a venerable and respected citizen of the West End passed away Saturday night at his residence on 1 High street after a long and useful rife He was sixtynine years old and came here from County Mayo Ireland when to boy For years he resided on Fifth h street but long ago moved to Seventeenth and High streets where he was engaged In business until recently when he retired because of his advanced age Mr Sheri dan had many relatives here and leaves j besides two grown sons and a daughter one sister Mrs Catherine Moore mother n of Mrs Mike Hickey James Moore and othersister1Mrsthe late Joe Grimes died some years ago J practical Catholic a faithful husband T and father a good citizen and a kiuTlTi friend his loss is sincerely mourned Tuesday morning his funeral took place at St Patricks church where a vast number gathered to pay the last sad butito him who during life has failed to listen to the appeal for assistance Monsignor Gambon way illuudquest and able discourse during i dwelt upon the many goodqjd of heath and heart of the dcccnsii urged upon his hearers idle sity ofbelngalwayspr summons Prom of carriages f Loafcc full y KGNTU6KY IRISH fMER16fN MIIINUIMINIINIMI- ll Bvotad to the Moral and Social Advancement df an Irlslt Americans I W1Ti24XAM M HIQQI1e pub IIIJer SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SiNOLE COPY sc Store et the Lonlsvnle Postolllce es SecondClass Metier- kddleisall c CD1IIm alcaUoni to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326West Oreen Street 1ric I LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY NOVEMBER goy 1901 A CLEANER CITY For the last twentyfive years the subject of smoke consumers has Vii bobbed up periodically but after a l few spasmodic efforts on the part of the agitators the interest in the subject ceased for another spell Ito is to be hoped that the movement Started now by the Commercial Club wilt be pushed and worked up until some good results will be attained Louisville through the nonuse i of consumers is one of the dirtiest cities in the country but with the expenditure of a little money could be made one of the cleanest and would then be considered one of the prettiestThis town is a pretty one but both its natural and artificial beau ties are obscured in the pall of- tt smoke that hangs so dense above It is also detrimental to health and f is exceedingly hard on people with pulmonary complaints Let the women here as in other cities help this movement for the purifying and beautifying of the town and t with a hearty pull altogether won derful results could be accom plished THE REAL OUTRAGE A great hubbub has been raised in the past two weeks in an effort to make a sensation out of the alleged u forcible abduction and imprisonment of a woman in a convent with the only result that the identity of the unfortunate has been revealed and made the subject of public gossip fo tlKrimaiiliationjof her relatives and friends No good but harm has been done whatever may have been the motives of the instigators and promoters of the expose To intelligent people the affair has excited only disgust and contempt for the exposers and pity for the unfortunate and her family There are few families but have a skeleton in the closet which they strive to conceal from public gaze or have a black sheep whose capers causes them sorrow and anxiety Their efforts at conceal ment restraint and reform of the unfortunate can not be promoted but are most likely rendered futile by publicity besides subjecting the victim to reproach and the family to undeserved humiliation Those who tear down the veil and expose such family troubles violate not only Christian charity but decency as well and benefit neither the un fortunate the family nor the pub licmoralsSuch t outrages assaults on individual liberty illegal arrests and imprisonments and other bom bastic titles as have been used in connection with the deplorable af fair are so much buncombe and by no means justify they intrusion into w and publication of an individuals misfortune and a familys troubles Such outrages are not uncommon in this or other communities where unfortunates have relatives or friends who seek to reform them of waywardness or protect them from their weaknesses by having them secretly sent to and confined in not only convents but jails hospitals sanitariums and asylums And such efforts of relatives and friends are not to be condemned or baffled by exposure for the sake of 1Bsatipn but are commendable u serve the cooperation fall who really desire the reformation of fortunate humanity and respect sympathize with the sacred ties duties of the family f Itibosepwho strive to save fr miexJosureaud amities from onger intermeddlers who violate right and decency by prying into private mat ters and delight in causing people pain and humiliation by publishing them to the world who commit the real outrage f DENOUNCED AT HOME The prevalence of discontent and protest in England against the con tinuance of the policy of brutality in South Africa is more outspoken and widespread than the dispatches state It is not confined to any class or section but seems to have become general and pronounced as its effects on the reputation status and trade of England become man ifest Though no Government has formally protested it is clear that all of them turn the cold shoulder toward England and completely ignore her on all occasions and the popular sentiment in all civilized countries is denunciatory The English people despite the attitude of their Government and the misrepresentations of their press real ize the truth that England is no longer feared nor respected while the popular feeling of other nations is fully emphazied by the loss of trade by all branches in England And this protest is taking shape and activity as the time for Parlia ment to assemble approaches Prominent men statesmen writers and even Bishops of the Established Church declare their opposition sign protests and address public meetings denouncing the Govern ment and demanding a discontinu ance of the barbarous warfare in South Africa some Of their utter ances being what would have been classed and punished as treason not many years ago A public meeting in London last week was addressed by William T Stead the well known author Stead is respected the world over for his learning truthfulness con servatism and fearlessness in up holding the right and denouncing wrong and what he says is generally accepted as correct Speaking of the Kitchener regime in South Africa he said I thank God that Germany and Europe were bold enough to call baby murder crime Compared with Englands conduct Herods slaughters of the innocents were saintlike Great Britain ought to be beaten in this unjust war In the American war we employed redskins just as we have lloosed kaffirs against the Boers and thank God we were beaten That in London by prominent Englishman addressing a public meeting of Englishmen and the Government seems powerless to check the spread of this discontent and rising storm of protest even within its capital city To do so would doubtless require vigorous measures and a resort to them might cause a revolution in sedate old England The London correspondent of the New York Tribune accuses Lord Kitchener of sending misleading l reports of military operations in South Africa and says the recent battle at Villiersdorp was wholly favorable to the Boers and far more disastrous to the British than reported The real situation is likewise concealed or misrepresented The doers are active avoid general engagements but sweep down unexpectedly on out posts and rear guards making suc c Mful attacks and capinwith- mtl lose but usually with addi tional arms ammunition and sup plies captured frj m the British The British forces are worn out and iora1iUdb this continual harrassing marching and country t1 n a marching and exposure of the campaign There is a growing feeling oj disappointment at Lord Kitch eners failure to counteract and check the Boer tactics so disas trous to British arms that see destined to prolong the war indefi nitely The annual report of the London workhouses they have no ams houses in England paupers ant petty criminals being classed alike has alarmed the Government and press as it shows an increase of 4500 inmates over the previous year and the aggregate number exceeds that of any year in Lon dons history It is a true index o f the industrial depression trade stagnation and financial embarrass ment pervading all England de spite efforts to conceal or minimize it by colored statements in the newspapers and garbled reports ol Government officials Coming ns it does just at the beginning of winter it isa gloomy prospect to ponder over as it promises more paupers before spring the average poor shunning the workhouse during warmer seasons but are driven by the cold to seek its dreaded and detested shelter Col Arthur Lynch who commanded the Irish division of the Boer army in the South African war has been elected to Parliament from Galway The wonder is that he was not sent to prison or worse as a rebel bearing arms against the King The London papers affect to be consoled with the assertion that Lynch will not dare appear to claim his seat in Parliament Well it is more than likely that Col Lynch will be there when Parlia ment meets to demand admittance and all the rights and privileges of a member of Parliament Then we may see what will be done about it At any rate the election of Lynch is an emphatic protest from the people of Galway against the British policy in South Africa and beirg the first opportunity the Irish people have had to express their opinion on the issue it is significant Louisville has two elements in her population that hinder her progress One theHold fogy who always oppose and retard everything progressive the other who did nothing but ridicule con demn and asperse the motives of those who do something to advance the citys interests The elimina tion of both elements might reduce the citys population somewhat but their loss Would be the citys gain Chamberlains mouth is likely to get England into more serious trouble if ne is not muzzled It was his bombast that was largely responsible for the Boer war his insults have roused Germany to white heat of indignation his bullying Rives the French cartoonists subjects for offensive illustrations and his insinuations have caused dissension among army officials and is about to disrupt the Minis try Canada is sore because England signed the new Isthmian canal treaty without compelling the United States to renounce her claims to the Alaskan boundary and give up the Yukon gold region to Canada But our Canuck friends should bear in mind that there are some things that England cannot i do and that it might be considered foolish to attempt The Anglomaniacs in this country have become very quiet reo eutly Are they ashamed of Eng lands brutality in South Africa or is it possible that they too have basely deserted Old England in her hour of disaster and tribulation just when she is so eagerly seeking for one friendly government in the world Sir Thomas Lipton is coming againafter thatcupwith the Shamrock III Perhaps the third time may prove a charm At any rate all admire Sir Thomas per literit plucks lnmakngupyudiat of Christ was jresenta So not forget the Kentucky Irish American as it 11 =r t = nn would be pile olfthcmost acre to blc gifts that co tad be made The action of the Council iii thanking the Bernheim brothers statume shows but one little man in thirty sixThe Kentucky Irish America as a weekly visitor would be a re forda whole year Congress meets next week and the political pot will begin to boil IMPOSING CEREMONY Many Witness Dedication otr New Catholic Church at Plnevlllo The new Catholic church at Pineville Ky which has been under construction1 for some time to take the place of the old one destroyed by fire last spring was dedicated Sunday by Right Rev Bene dict O S B of St Bernard Ala The assisting clergy were the pastor Rev Father Giles OS B Father Michaels C R of St Marys College Rev B A Cunningham of Holy Cross church this city and Father Roberts O S B ofI Brookside Ala Father Cunningham was the celebrant of the solemn high mass assisted by Fathers Michaels and Roberts as deacon and subdeacon The dedicatory serinou was preached by Father lcbaelsandwas an able andI scholarly effort The services were the first of the kind ever seen in that part of the State and members of the church from other partsI of Kentucky and outside the State wer present among those from Louisville being Mrs CoL John II Whallen and Miss Lizzie Cunningham Special trainsI brought parties from Corbin and Mid dlesboro the number of strangers present being estimated at about 300 The music was furnished by the Middlesboro choir under the direction of Mrs Buck and was rendered with as much art as would have been done by any city choir All of the windows are memorial win dows one having been put in by a Louis vile society The people of Pineville Protestants as well as Catholics are very proud of their new church and they have every reason to be and of their faithful pastor 1ather Giles who has built three churches since his ordination four yearsI agoIRECENT DEATHS Two deaths that caused inexpressible grief this week were those of Elizabeth Karins wife of Francis Wall and Miss Ellen Aylward both of whom were buried from the Dominican church The Guthrie for residentmany years of and welt known in Southern Indiana took place Wednesday morning from Holy Trinity church in New Albany the solemn services being conducted by Rev Father Kelly Monday morning the funerals of tw e aged and respected residents took plat here that of William Lane aged fiftysix years being held at St Brigids church Father Connolly conducting the sad services Mrs Ellen OHern the aged mother of Mrs Louis Meagher 2710 Gray son street was buried in St Johns cem etery The unexpected and shocking news of the death of little Mary Hargadon the tenyearold laughter of Edward and Mary Hargadon which occurred at Chicago on Wednesday caused a sad Thanksgiving for her relatives and friends in Louisville Her remains were brought here for interment and much sympathy is felt for the bereaved par ents The death of Mrs Bridget Gleason widow of the late John Gleason occurred most unexpectedly Tuesday evening at her home on Front street in Jefferson vile and the sad news was received with expressions of genuine regret throughout the city Mrs Gleason was for many years a resident of Jefferson vile and numbered all her acquaintances as her friends She way connected with St Augustines parish and was prom nent in its affairs until quite recently when old age necessitated her retirement from other than home activities Mrs Gleason was a true type of the Catholic wife and mother devoted to her children and keenly interested in their welfare She is survived by three sons and two daughters Robert Gleason President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Keeper at the Indiana Reformatory Thomas and John Gleason Mary Glea son and Mrs Andrew Kimmick Her funeral took place Thursday morning The services and requiem high mass were held tSt Augustines church and the sacred edifice was filled by friends and relatives who by their presence attested the high esteem In which the deceased Was held Rev Father OCcnnell was the celebrant of the mass and during the services he spoke most feelingly upon the exemplary and Chris tian life of her who had been called home to God Many 8gesof condolence were received by the surviving relatives several betag from this city where the remains now lie awaiting the resurrec tion LARGER RETREAT The PnritaUt FaUerswiU soon begin the erection lot a new and handsome retreat upoM tile site now occupied by them on the Bardstown road Plans have beeq drawn aad forwarded by Architect Mur phyT sew building will be large and coaHfKxlCoua and besides accommo 4atluga 1Wyar number of these excellent alKl zesloos missionary priests will eon Lain room fo e school for young alie- nAdYertie TO r CritimiWgood in UiiMeI foluu + ULd7 n Written for Kentucky Irish American TliANKSdlVINa DAY Around Loyaltys sacred shrine We gather on the most festive of days And offer our thanks to Love Divine In one mighty chorus of praise For the wondrous star of grand progress Shining oer ourproud Nations chart We give thanks butOhl God deign to bless It with greater kindness of heart We thank God for lifeits every day Whether dark with Sorrows blighting blast Or brightened with Joys divinest ray And for more love we plead to the last KATHMJBN DON LBAVY 1L2f G D Boldrick of Lebanon was here the first part of the week Miss Annie Thornbury has returned from Howardstown where she visited her sister Mrs H P Cambron Another little girl visitor has taken up hr abode with Nic Smith Garvin Place Mother and child are doing well Miss Lily Thurman of Bardstown who has been spending a month with relatives here has returned home J T DOll van and F M Fricker prominent citizens of Paducah arrived in the city Sunday for a short visit Mrs Agnes Graham has arrived home from Marshall mafter a most enjoy able visit with her friend Miss Maggie McKeever Among the well known Kentuckians visiting here this week were J D Don ofeMt Sterling Miss Monta Kelley a fair visitor from Pueblo Col arrived here Tuesday and is the guest of her aunt Mrs William C Camp 1900 Second street Misses Stella Kehoe and Lizzie Russell two Jeffersouville belles who have been Visiting friends at Princeton re turned home for Thanksgiving Mrs Annie Sallie and Catherine Mee han left the first part of the week for Covington to spend Thanksgiving with their aunt Mrs James Meehan Henry McCann and wife for many years residents of Jeffersonville left Monday for Mountain Grove Mo where they will make their future home The Cecilian Circle met with the Misses McCannat their hospitable home in Jef fersouville last Wednesday who entertained in a most charming manner Mrs Matt Burke and IJiss ramie Burke who are quite prominent in Jeffer sonville society circles have been spend ing week a with friends in Daviess countyMrs Col John H Whallen and Miss Lizzie Cunningham have returned from Pineville where they spent a pleasant EdwardseMrs George Barnett who has been at St Josephs Infirmary for the past ten days is much better and her friends will be glad to learn that she will soon be able to be removed to her home Dennis Sullivans numerous friends will be glad to know that he is doing nicely at the Norton Infirmary While switching in the Illinois Central yards last week he came near losing his foot A bright little girl from Babyland ar rived last Saturday morning to brighten the home of Frank Smith Nineteenth and Portland avenue The happy father declares her the seasons prettiest visitor The Limerick friends of Mike Walsh the well known painter are looking for an important announcement shortly after Advent There are several rumors afloat but none are yet ready for publi cation The many friends of Mrs Maurice toll mother of County Treasurer Barney Coll are rejoiced over her recovery from an attack of stomach congestion that for a few days rendered her condition quite critical Mrs J W Sweeney who has been for several weeks under treatment at the Mercy Hospital in JeffersouvUIe suffer iug from a severe attack of typhoid fever has been removed to her home and is now convalescent to the great relief of her friends and relatives The marriage of Edward Boyle and Mrs Sadie Tracey took place Thanks giving morning at St Augustines church in Jeffersonville Rev John OConnell pronouncing the words that united the happy couple both of whoin are held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances A wedding of interest to many in this city was solemnized at Raywick last week the contracting parties being Miss Mary McCauley and Charles Wlmsatt The fair bride is the oldest daughter of Joe McCauley and a young lady of rare intelligence and is widely and promi nently related throughout the State The reception and dance given by the Zenda Dancing Club at the New Ath letie Club was a social success A large crowd of happy young people were pres ent despite the inclement weather The gentlemen compOOing the club desire to thank through the columns of this paper all who contributed to the success of the affairA wedding of interest here an well as in the vicinity of New1avetiwlbat of Mise Mary Bryan and Milburn Boone j otaanited lest week by Rev Father Welsh The bride U the lovely daughter of J KBr1a nIU4iaunlverlJy ad uiircd byali who know her The lucky In c ++ ntH tftttHfun+H H++Nit+H +++++++ ttrt+u+++ + 4l4= +ftttlN + t++ H H tt I IS MILLINERY PATTERN HATS I II HELBURN CO it i 335 WEST MARKET STi i it i K i Near Fourth Avenue Opposite Former Locationn i it i it i Our stock embraces the choicest and designs in Ladies and Childrens Winter Hats which we are selling at prices within the reach of all um1 t 1 f11 t t t t t millt t m + ttm+ STATIONERS The Bradley GllborlCoINCOR- PORATED PRINTERS ManufacturorsBINDERS A Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etcfor all Machines BOOKSELLERSCor Third and Green Sis LOUISVILLE KY groom is the son of Miles Boone and a successful young farmer Cupidwas busy in Nelson county last week Tuesday morning at Bardstown Rev Father OConnell officiated at the marriage of Miss Mayme Hurst the popular and handsome daughter of Gam Hurst and James Henratta a prosperous business man Clarksville Tenn This was the most brilliant wedding witnessed in Bardstown this season Postmaster Fishier and Alderman Han nan of Paducah were among those from a distance to attend the initiation and banquet of the Knights of Columbus last Sunday They ore two of the best known and most popular men in the Pennyrile district and though of different political parties the good citizens will grant them any office they seek A wedding of more than ordinary in terest in the society circles of Lexington and Versailles was solemnized Wednes day at St Leos church at the latter place The contracting parties were John F Bradley a well known and pop ular Lexingtonian and Miss Sallie Mc Kenna the lovely and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mc Kenna The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Bealer and was wit nessed by large numbers of friends and relatives many from a distance Among the most delightful of th weeks social events was the reception given by Miss Blanche Bouchet in honor of her guest Dr George Wilson of Nashville The decorations were brilliant and beautiful and the dining room presented a very exquisite appearance Among those present were Misses Mamie Kelly Lena Willis Daisy Morris Beese Devoid Emma Hoke Aimee Hays Messrs Albert Casse Will Scott Frank Harris Edward Hines Gus Hilderbrand and Edward Casse Dr Wilson was also entertained Wednesday evening at the residence of Miss Hayes- FASHIONS FOIBLES As to buttons there is everything and every kind but the button covered with silk lace and velvet embroidered if you like is the latest fancy In band trimmings there are strong contrast cloth stitched on velvet being one of them Plain cloth bands on figured velvet are especially effective One of the most attractive borders is a band of black and white striped silk cut out in an irregular design on one edge and embroidered all around with white silkCloth embroidered on the edges in an openwork design is the feature of one gown which is of black cloth embroi dered in black silk the design being fully two inches wide Chenille is very much employed for combination trimmings and is used by itself in scroll designs A great deal of Persian embroidery is seen and particu larly when it is applied to linens It is well to remember that in spite of the many attractions of rough hairy fab rics and their present popularity the smoothfaced cloths still hold first place for any kind of elegance in a wool gown The craze for embroidery extends to the materials which show narrow bor ders of varying colors on one edge Some of these are in machine embroidery while others are woven in the fabric when it is made Another kind of embroidery which decorates the black cloth gown is open work crepe de chine in bands over white cloth or white silk The pattern is so open that the effect is much more white than black Black and white silk embroideries on chiffon and taffeta silks are useful in many ways for trimming and then there are bands of white silk embroidered in black and white which can be purchased all ready for use The cretonne flowers so much used in applique last season are supplemented now by the flowered panne cut out in the same manner and finished around the edge with R fine cord or Some fancy stitch jjust as the cretonne flowers were treatedOpenwork stitches are not confined to the thin materials by any means and we see them on the shaggy zlbelines so much worn joining the seams over silk of the same color and heading the circular flounces of which there are two Blue dbeline in a gray but rather light shade prettily illustrates this finish Quo revival coming rapidly into the foreground la moire silk which finds a profitable field among the long coats Very swell indeed are the entire costumes otmoire silk wide with thrcaqiMrter coat decorated with the hip point flap- deep cuffi and ever and collar of ace 1111llk or embroidery wiic G n lup Stairs Over English Woolen mils Store One Door West of the Biz Store DEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Eleegant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ar BRORIN6 DaDa Sr PROPRIETOR TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN THAT FUNNY CO- MEDYIMOOQ OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS comecienneBuddMatinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular Prices lOc ICc 25c 35c and 60c BUCKINGHAM HCOIIILtN IIh Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday TH- ERAMBLERS Gigantic Burlesque Company hirtyfive comedians andvivacious girls presenting the seasons best olio and two hilariously funny burlesques Lessons on Piano DV Miss Julia Kelly 1731 PORTLAND AVE whojoin GEHERSONA Latest Styles and Best Makes of Cooking and Heati- ngSTOVES Cast and Steel Ranges TRLEPHONE 821 214 Market Street Near Second LOW RATES TO NORTHWEST Homo Seekers Excursions via Mono Routerr tripticketsNovember band 10 and December 3 ando17 to points iin Arizona British Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Manitoba Mich fgan Minnesota Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wiscons und Wyo raiug Tickets will be good returningotwentyone days from date of sale and will hear stopover privileges west of first point in home seekers territory for fif teen days an going puMgeottly Map and folders aud any information willTcheerfully furnished mappUcalioa E r H Bacon DP A Monon dvllle0J r 1 SCHUCK WYMAN j POOL SALOON ROOM and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut A place where you can get something good to eat day or night CHAS SCHUCK SIXTH AND WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars F Hot lunch day and night- S Brown 5CENTSP Leghorn Eggs CHARLES L JACQUES LayTwelvehens 2422 St Xavier Jnn 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 51 AugIMSeptl 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE F h TRADE MARKSII Anyone sending n gketcli and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Intention Is probably patentable Communion lion utrlcUr confidential Handbook on Iatenti Bent free oldest agency for lecuHnepatcntn- Iatentii taken through Mona Co receive tpttlal notice without cbaTa9 In the Scientific American- A handnomel Illustrated weekly Jnreeat cit culation of any sclentlBo journal Termi 3 a newadealeraPIIUNNN 3 1 oe Branch Office C25 V BU Taibmgton D C LOW RATES T- OCHICAGO AND RETURN VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE On account of Second International Live Stock Exposition November 30 to December 7 1901 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 200 for fareRlusround trip 1 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 wilt be charged and in no 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 Big Four Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent S J1 Gates General Agent Louisville Ky Illinois Central BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville flemphisAND New OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners x ftBuffetLibrary Cars Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHISU Through Sleeper reservations from Chicago Cincinnati Louisville or New Orleans toI 34 Hot Springs ionSleeperlilTl1 From Chicago Cincinnati or Louiaville without change andatlow rates4 Particulars furnished by any Illinois Central Agent w j McBRIDE l City PMeiiger Ticket Agent Fo rth and Markets Louisville V AH Hanson f 0 P A Chicago 7 II WfflAlfr dJC lioiid AG P ALcMdIVUII Q a There ha been decided lull in local politics daring thepOt Tw ek But few1 chap will take place ri k j BOER COLONEL WINS Arthur Lynch Elected to Rep resent Galway In Par liament London dispatches state that Col Arthur Lynchs triumphant election to the House of Commons from Galway succeeding Horace Plunkett has caused intense chagrin among the Ministeri alists who bitterly resent this expression of Irish sympathy with the Doers Lynch declares that he intends to take his seat when Parliament meets his posi tion apparently being that he merely acted as a newspaper correspondent with the Doers There was a great celebration in honor of Lynchs victory in Galway the entire city being illuminated The Nationalists paraded in large numbers Even in Paris where Col Lynch is now residing the news of his election attracted con siderable attention and several news papers published his portrait as a Doer Colonel lIe said Saturday that he does not expect to be molested when he goes to England at the opening of Parliament He thinks his election significant as showing that the Irish party is united and he has reasons to believe Ireland is on the eve of obtaining a satisfactory home rule measure Regarding South Africa Col Lynch said he had received information which convinced him that the war would end within three months by a settlement securing to the Doers autonomy on the Australian model Colonel Arthur Lynch spent the falfof 1000 in the United States lecturing He received much attention at that time in New York City from Irish patriots and friends of the Doer cause He and the Second Irish Brigade took part in the secondengagement at Elandslaagte which Tommy Atkins has nicknamed EllanSlaughter and in an inter view he described one of his war experi ences an incident of that battle Under General Louis Botha we went down to attack the English I took part ofmy brigade of 1500about fitly men on the most advanced kopje where the English attacked us with rifle fire sup ported by three cannon I ordered my men to another part of the field We had to pass over aneck where we were in plain view of the English gunners about three hundred yards away I de cided to order the men to run the gaunt let singly In this way we raced over the neck at full speed Just as fast as each man appeared the English dropped shells with marvellous accuracy Two horses were killed and one shrapnel burst right over my head I felt my gun to make sure that I was alive but nothing worse had happened than that I was nearly thrown out of my saddle by the violent spring which my horse had made The fact that I am here speaks volumes for the bad shooting of the English I had rather run the gauntlet of a whole regiment of English than of ten Doers MADDENS OPENING The friends of Mike Madden and Tim Kenney gathered in large numbers last Wednesday evening to celebrate the opening of his new and handsome gro ceryatTentli and Walnut streets Besides the hundreds from this city many came from Indiana and during the evening all were seated at tables heavily laden with all the good things of the season which were partaken of with zest while an orchestra discoursed the popular airs of the day The entire affair was voted by all present one of the most enjoyable they had ever attended and all departed wishing the genial host uninterrupted success in his new house FEAST OF ST CECILIA The feast of St Cecilia was fittingly observed at St Cecilias church Sunday The exercises began with solemn high mass in the morning and endedwith Festal vespers in the evening when Very Rev Thomas Hayes of Bowling Green preached an impressive sermon Large congregations attended both services NOW WITH BAT John Wahl well known all over the city has taken the position held by the late Henry Feldhaus with Bat Fuegleiri on Third street where his friends are calling upon him innumbers Jet is not especiallycpnspicuous as one of the seasons novelties in trimming but in the fine cut heads and tiny spangles it is used Some of the passementerie bands are beautifully line both in design and quality and then there are bands bf fine net with edges to match patterned with floral designs done in tiny spangles The variety of gimps surpasses anything wehavC ever had before and this again Mowing to the clearer combina tiona pfcoHtrut For example thatch- a girnpvrhd bZlactand chiffon neal lion tfae chiffon embroidered in Persian colors aria black andwhite The gimp ittelf 4is often in flower design which frlvclt tt e appearance of embroidery ID n r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death occurred on Thursday of the Very Rev William Moloney Rathkeale- J H Peard who is so well known in sporting circles has resigned his position as veterinary surgeon to the Cork Rural District Council There is not a single case for trial at the coming winter assizes in Galway from the county of Galway a very satis factory and creditable condition of thingsA letter from the Most Rev Dr Gaffney with reference to the pro posed new Cathedral at Mullingar was read in all the churches of Meath on SundayOne the wildest storms experienced in Ireland for many years prevailed two weeks ago Great damage was done in all parts of the country and a number of lives were lost At a very largely attended meeting held in New Tipperary John Dillon in the course of an important speech strongly condemned Horace Plunketts candidature for Galway I At a meeting of the Clonakilty Urban Council some discussion took place on the question of flaxgrowing in the dis trict which was said to be particularly suitable for that purpose On Sunday William Redmond MP accompanied by Alderman Joyce M P of Limerick addressed a large meeting under the auspices of the local branch of the United Irish League at Scariff County Clare A verdict of accidental death was re turned in the case of Thomas Cunningham aged thirtyfour who died on Tuesday as the result of a fall received in the City of Dublin Distillery Great Brunswick street Coroner De Courcey and a Limerick jury held an inquest on the body of a woman named Esther Corbett aged sixty whose body was found in the Shannon the previous evening The jury found a verdict of accidental drown ingThe inland revenue authorities have threatened to take legal action again the Arklow Harbor Commissioners for the recovery of 100 income tax The Har bor Commissioners have allowed the matter to stand over until the question of liability is settled- T W Russell M P on Monday night addressed a crowded meeting at Dervock North Antrim In opening his speech he said that every successive meeting of the six be had addressed in North Antrim had been more successful than its predecessor- In the Southern Police Court in Dub lin George Brooks was fined 250 or six months imprisonment for being the oc cupier of premises used for the purpose of betting Stephen Walsh for assisting in the management of the house was fined 100 or three months imprison mentAt Cbrofm petty sessions Andy Hehir who is notorious for his escapes from Ennis and Limerick prisons and ad ventures subsequently though pursued by the police for three months in Clare was sentenced to twelve months imprisonment for falling to observe the conditions of his ticketofleave The Belfast Coroner held an inquest on the body of Sarah Kearns whose husband is charged with causing her death Medical testimony was to the effect that death was due to rupture of the spleen The jury found accordingly and attached no blame to any person It is probable that the accused man will now be dis chargedA burning accident unhap pily involving the death of Mrs John Foley occurred at Roslevan near Ennis Her husband had retired for the night and wheq putting out the lamp her clothing caught fire with the above sad result despite all efforts to save her life She was fortyfive years old and left a young wife By the death of P J Forde JPCork has been deprived of a kindly and worthy citizen The deceased gentleman had been in indifferent health for some time past and recently it became pain fully evident that the end was near The sad event took place at his residence on Friday and the intelligence was received with feelings or genuine regret by his fellowcitizens A serious fire broke out at Nenagh on Saturday evening A house in River lane which is close to the Great Southern Western railway station took fire and after a short time the adjoininghouses were also in a blaze The constabulary with the assistance of the town people renderedefficient service in quelling the conflagration The property belongs to a Mr Gleeson and the damage is estimated at 2500 A sad fatality occurred within about five miles of SHgo by which a respect able farmer named Battle Keaveney lost his life Deceased was driving home from Sligo market on a post cart owned and driven by a man named Michael Conry At a place midway between Sooey and Glan church where there is a steep limit with the road unprotected each side the horse and cart were pre cipitated over the side Iinto a deep dyke The cart fell on poor Keaveuey who idled shortly after being extricated William Fitzmaurice of Ballydnnohue Cottage Olin has Just received from Rome the pleasing intelligence that his second son Edmood James ha3 in addi tion to securing the gold medal for excel lent answering in all subjects obtained the degree of Bachelor of Theology This is most creditable for one who is barely twenty years of age Previous to repair iing to the Eternal City this student who itI in nephew Jf Dr FiUtwaurice Lord Bishop of Erie pursued a successful course oTttudlen at Louyain and ail 6 at St Frond A painfully i sodden death took place j u IRI8H8SOCIETYDIRECTOR R A 0D- IViSION HI f 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank itreet 1 Treasurer John Mulloy 1rDIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial Secretary John T Kcauey 1335 Rosters street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Secondand Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn M Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 516 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady lDIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly President Robert Gleason Vice President BA Coil Recording Secretary John J Devitt Financial SecretaryPrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinney- XRISHAMBRIqAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice President Thos W Tarpey Second Vice President Wm Lawler Recording Secretary John J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas Sergeant John Keuney SentinelTimothy Lyons at Legacurry near Newtownstewart on Saturday While two men named Doherty were driving along the road they met a man named Patrick McGllnchy who was leaning on his umbrella The latter said he had a weak turn He then sat down until Doherty was ready to assist him into the cart In a few minutes however McGlinchy was lead the cause of death being heart disease He had been in America for forty years and returned to Ireland about seven years ago The Coroner did not consider an inquest necessaryAn outrage is reported from Palleskenry about twelve miles west of Limerick It appears that some person or persons cut open the stomachs of two heifers the property of a respect able farmer named Thomas Coyne residing at Ballycahane The alleged outrage was reported to the police and the place was visited by County Inspector Hayes of Limerick and District Inspector Mor Icy of Adare Coyne is described as in offensive and inddstrio and no motive can be suggested for the injury to his cattle The peope round Palleskenry repudiate the outrage in what has hitherto been a mot peaceable and crimeless district The death of the ReV Cors OSullivan of Dromariffe in the diocese of Kerry removes a member of one of the oldest and most respected Kerry families and a highly esteemed minister of the church He had a striking collegiate career and during the tuirtythree years he spent in the ministry he proved one of the most everypbored zealously for the spiritual and temporal welfare of his flock while works of God commanded all the energies he pos sessed Kindly and haritable he was beloved by his people and his clerical confreres and this was amply attested at his funeral obsequies- A sensation was caused in Cloumel by the suicide ofa soldier named John Burke of the Ljeinster regiment It appears Burke whq was a powerful man recently returnrd fom South Africa and went on leave to hiVnatlve place Car rick in his full warpaint He was returning to Dirt from arrick on Tuesday for a ticket to Thurles was found fn his possession At Clonuiel station he went into the closet and evidently planned his own selfdestruction in a most deliberate manne for be took the putties from his legs tied them together in a long rope made a firm noose round his neck and affixing the other end over head launched himself into eternity A porter entering the closet early next morning was horrified to find the body of the unfortunate man suspended inside He raised the alarm The body was cut down and handed Over to the police who conveyed it to the morgue It is said that Burke had overstayed his leave by five days FEARED DISGRACE Short In His Accounts Stuart Young CommItsI SulcldJJ The citizens of LouisvUle were shocked Wednesday afternoon ten it was ru mored that Stuart Young exCity Treasurer vas short in his accounts and the news tbat he had committed suicide latter sent a thrill of horror all over the city For some days previous he had avoided making the transfer of his office To his successor and it is believed thatJJ the fact fhls defalcation becoming known through the newspapers drove himII to the terrible deed Shortly after 7 oclock his dead body was found oa Nelson i street nearthe river wliete he had shot himself through tie isea4 The amount of tile defalcationis 6ty t known hutt itisftareditwiilreach 000 An Alabama manUiuAd to the top of a tree this week and titled tuicide by taking poison H i I HIBERNIANS j What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Only one division meets the coming weekDivision 3 meets Monday night at Nelligans Hall Nineteenth and Portland avenueThe members of both degree teams are urged to meet at Hibernian Hall tomor row morning at 9 oclock Providence Hibernian enthusiasts are said to be actively advocating the forma tion of a new division in the North nd Officer Tout Fitzgibbons and James Furey added greatly to the pleasure of I Tuesday nights meeting by their sing ingCapt Jerry Hallahan was in the city Wednesday evening and with BobI Mitchell attended the meeting of DMa ion 4 Before the close of the year Division 2 of Manchester expects to have over 200 members making it one of the strongest in New Hampshire The sympathy of every Hibernian in Louisville goes out to James Wolf of Division 4 who this week sustained the loss of his most estimable wife The Hibernians gave the grandest and most successful ball that ever took place in Pawtucket on Thanksgiving eve Mayor Fitzgerald was Chairman of the commit tee that made the arrangements All members of the order who can do so should accompany the degree teams to Jeffersonville next Tuesday night Those who go will meet at Fourteenth and Main and takethe 730 train County President Keenan was somewhat disappointed that there was not a larger attendance Tuesday night as the entertainment given by Division 1 was one that should have filled even the Auditorium There will he a big initiation by Divis ion 1 in Jeffersonville next Tuesday night and all who attend from Louisville will have a jolly good time as special preparations are being made for their entertainmentProvidence Hibernians are jubilant over the success of Division 18 which closed its charter list Sunday The four degrees will be conferred in December audvisit ors will be present from all the local divisions and Fall River JohnTj Browne the Twelfthstreet grocer disappointed many Tuesday night There was a general desire to hear him play his repertoire of Irish airs upon his flute but he kept it well concealed till all but a few departed When it was brought forth there were several horn pipes and jigs danced by Maurice Healy The lecture delivered Tuesday night by Hon Matt ODoherty was the most interesting as well as instructive ever heard in Hibernian Hall For twq hours he held his hearers spellbound and every one would have enjoyed listening to him for two hours longer His words about Irelandwere inspiring and elicited the heartiest applause but equally so were his descriptions of the famous places visited on the continent Those who failed to hear him missed a treat that will not be repeated for many a day- EXPIREDSUDDENY Thomas Bannon a well known young man of the West End expired suddenly Tuesday at the home of his parents Thirtyfourth and Rudd avenue For a few days he had been complaining but was thought to be getting better and his death was a severe shock to his many friends His funeral took place Thursday morning from the Church of Our Lady in Portland and was very largely attended SERIOUS INJURY John Kearns employed in the L N shops met with a serious accident Tuesday While at work his right hand was caught in the machinery resulting in the loss of the forefinger Dr Griffiths dressed the injured member It will be some time before he can return to work CARPENTERS The Louisville carpenters voted unani mously this week for Peter JJ McGuire of Philadelphia their National Secretary His interests here were ably cared for by Thomas Reagan An eccentricity millinery iis the manner in which wings are used all previous arrangements being reversed The points now turn down and lie flat instead of standing perkily upright or turn toward the front or tucked under the brim lying on the hair or any other way that never was seen before onlylightas to weight and for the first time in some years the winter chapeau is a thingIIi to be borne with comfort and convenience t There is not a multiplicity or adornment I If the hat looks well and is becoming with little trimming then it is adopted lIe has told me he loved mesaid the fair girl confidingly but I dont 1 know wlietherto marry him or notCDont you think he tells the truthIr am sure he tioes his best to tell theI truth But you see he works in the- oweather bureau at Washington The giddy tourist from London was trying to take a mediumsized rise out of Pat PatlH said he what is the meaning of the word nothing- S re I cant explain it but yell find it in the place where yer brains ought to hal Sardines broiled in a chafing dish are t nice for Suadayjnighl suppers t1l just enough of the oil tone box to coyer the of f bottom of the di h fcd keep the fish from sticking WIsest they are browbedon botb ta sprinkle hiIersllywltbi Jlemon tjjufce Mtd nerve hot o SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mn CHICAGON THE cIJ IillWWJ 0 In anIELEGANT PARLOR DINING CA E H AjLouisville FRANK J AgentCSi in W H McDOEL President and General ManS IFATHER CROWLEY Apologizes to Cardinal Marti nelll and Archbishop Foohan Announcement was made Thursday by Thomas Moran attorney for Archbishop Feehan of Chicago that the sentence of excommunication pronounced against Father Jeremiah J Crowley would be recalled within a few days This is ex pected to put and end to the case against the deposed priest and the injunction proceedings begun against him to prevent his worship in the Cathedral of the Holy Name will be withdrawn Attorney Moran said Some days ago Father Crowley ad dressed a communication to His Emi uence Cardinal Martinelli This led to a further consideration of the matter by the Cardinal with the result that Father Crowley again addressed His Eminence as follows I Your Eminence To save the honor of our beloved church and to repair the scandal I may have given to our faithful Catholic people I sincerely regret what ever I may have said disrespectful to Your Eminence and to the Most Rever end Archbishop of Chicago and I also retract anything that I may have either said or written which could not be ap proved by the Catholic Church I JBRMIAH CROWIEY The Cardinal thereupon further ad vised with the Archbishop and as soou as the details are attended to whichwill be within a day or two the sentence of excommunication which was pronounced against Father Crowley will be re called f THEATRICALS Lost in the Desert which comes to the Avenue next week is a melodrama with startling effects in four acts by Owen Davis The piece is lavishly staged and produced under the personal direction of the author which means that a careful and praiseworthy performance is the result The fire scene at the close of the first act is one of the most thrilling ever witnessed on the local stage and the tableau that follows is very pretty and well conceived The famous Ramblers with one of the most attractive bills of the season will be next weeks offering at the Buck ingham With this gigantic burlesque company will appear thirtyfive bright stars of the vaudeville stage headed by dainty Elsie Knapp and Robert Mack the celebrated Gus and Maude Sohlke George Scanlon and Pearl Stevens the Major Sisters all presenting features new to the new to the local stage With the Ramblers come Lutes brothers Clarence and William the twentieth century marvels this being their first appearance here and the harmony and mirthpro voking Dijon Comedy Four Besides the splendid olio there will be presented two hilarious burlesques A Summer Re hearsal and The Tally Ho Club II An excellent show is assured the Tem pIes patrons next week when the Mef fertStock Company will present Charles Dicksons comedy drama Three In cogs II This is one of the most highly amusing plays ever written and has delighted thousands of people everywhere the production has been seen Pre seuted in this city for the first time it should prove an excellent drawing card at popular prices The vaudeville bill for the week is an unusually strong one and will be in the hands of Kitty Mitchell a star comedienne known as the lady graceful and the Bud brothers clown acrobats who are said to be decidedly clever Last week the Temple was crowded daily and the excellent performance arranged for next week should call into use the standlngroom sign HOUSEHOLD HINTS SGCS OF INSECTS AND INSECTICIDES The substances used to kill various insects do not as a rule destroy the eggs There is however no doubt that the insects hatched from eggs which have come in contact with a strong insecticide have but little vitality Use the inse tl dde a second time from three to six days after the first treatment STSAMBD EGGS This is an exceedingly nice way to cook an egg for an invalid or a small child Drop a rather thick teacup into kettle of boiling water and let Itre main until thoroughly heated Take it out with a skimmer and break into itat nce a perfectly fresh egg Cover it over with a napkin let it stand for a few minutes and it is ready to serve LOW RATES TO CHICAGO Account International Live Stock Kxpoitleu Tickets will be sold from Louisville to Chicago and return by tile Monon route at 10 December 2 aud 4 good returning to and including December 8 Pamphletsl berJnformation application to nH Bacou D P A Monon route Louisville Ky All cormpondence should retch this office not lter than Thursday I REAGANS EXHi S W Cor Preston and Marke Wines Liquors aiHLCig SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles nutH Isix und eight years old from 200 gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lun WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERIC CALL UPON John HickeSEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunc Never Run Out LOW RATE ioa THANKSGIVING DA VIA BIG FOUR ROUT Eat Turkey with the old colkahome On November 27 and SStbuml trip tickets will be sold belweenalllloca points on the Big Four Route I and D U R R within a radius of 150 mile of starting point also to many point lasaeiigeAssociation gfor29 1901 For full information and cpai ticulars as to rates tickets limits etfj call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Passenger and 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MUiflOOllIM i6iit6 OFII DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS i v ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I InonumentsI I ArtUlIc Work Oaty Solicited Worfcjbojfi and Stndloe Carrara Italy I WAREROOMS322to 328 WEST GREEN STREET II- DUItfln1 IIII i l INr p HHJUHHFRANIC I r WALTERS lay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET e aooa LOUISVILLE KY ENRVaC LAUER TELEPHONE Ir4Q LIQUORS I LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 1o 428MB X43- IIEI JEFFERSON ST LOUISVILLE KY f FRANKFORT Jerry CorbbttH Long Suffering uiul Death From- Consumption Funeral the Largest Seen in the Capital City For Years Pat Flchllo and Miss Clara Belle Dean United in Marriage ELKS MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish Americanl FRANKFORT KY Nov 28On Sunday morning last about 930 oclock the spirit of Jerry Corbett winged its flight to its last eternal reward in the great beyond For weeks and months Mr Cor bett has lain upon a sick bed a patient and uncomplaining sufferer bearing with meekness and humility the bitter cross placed upon him He was a good prac tical Catholic an earnest and hard work ing member of the Young Mens Insti tute Catholic Knights of America and the Ancient Order of Hibernians a kind affectionate and loving father and until a little less than two years ago when death took from him his loving and beloved wife a devoted husband Mr Corbett was a comparatively young man at the time of his death being in his fortyfirst year and up to a couple of years ago was as strong and healthful as it was possible to be At that time the dread disease consumption placed its mark upon him and he lad been gradually getting worse ever since The funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Tuesday morning last and was one of the largest seen in Frankfort in many days The members of the Young Mens Institute and the Catholic Knights of America turned out in large numbers to pay a last sad tribute to their friend and brother A large number of beautiful floral designs were sent and among the number was a beautiful cross of Mareschalniel roses banked with ferns and evergreens standing three feet high which was sent by the Young Ladies Auxiliary to the Young Mens Institute Lambert Young Council of which the deceasedwas an earnest member for a number of years sent one of the prettiest floral de signs ever seen in the city representing the emblem of the order with the motto Pro Deo Pro Patria and Y M I No 101 formed out of magnificent white and red roses and violets banked with ever greens and ferns standing four and a half feet The local branch Catholic Knights of America also sent a beautiful design as also did numerous personal friends A true and noble son of Erin Jerry Corbett numbered his friends by his acquaintances and beneath a rough exterior there beat as noble and gentle a heart as ever pulsated in a human breast Always ready to alleviate the pain and suffering aIM troubles of others it is no wonder that he was such a patient suf ferer himself and that he should have passed to bis last eternal reward with a smile upon his lips The writer had known him for many years and always found him the same plain unassuming gentleman that he was Quiet and un ostentatious he was often perhaps mis understood To the sorrowing son and daughter and brother and sister their friends extend sincere sympathy May his soul have eternal rest The marriage of Pat Fichlie formerly ofthts city but now of Hamilton Ohio and Miss Clara Belle Dean of this city took place on Tuesday last in the parlor of the Good Shepherd rectory the Rev Father Major officiating Edward Hunt covIingtontendants The groom holds a responsible position with the Hamilton Tiling Com pany and was exceedingly popular when a resident of Frankfort while the bride girlsjlTheirhappy for Hamilton their future home J Owing to the death of Jerry Corbett the euchre and dance which was to have I been given by the Young Mens Institute I on Thanksgiving was postponed until December 20 Mr Corbett was a highly tI esteemed member of Council 101 and in respect to his memory no entertainment of any kind will be given for a period of thirty days The forty hours devotion which took place at the Church of the Good Shepherd this city last week was the most successful one in years Father Major the pastor was assisted by two learned and eloquent PassionUt priests The Elks memorial services at the Capital Opera House on Sunday after I noon promise to be very interesting Several noted speakers from Lexington occajsfongramme under the management of Prof Wayland Graham will be rendered by the various church choirs The lionjj Roger Clay of Lexington and exGov W O Bradley of Louisville will proba bly be here and deliver addresses I Miss Wills of Winchester and Miss Roea McCarthy of Lexington arrived onII Wednesday Jo spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs John R Sower I Mrs Bryan and niece of Huntington W Vaj have been the delightful guests of Mr and Mrs E Power during the paatweek Miaa Jane Newman of IMiisYUIe spent JINJI i QniWedneaday Wt John Callihsndied- 6tthe home ofbfatbeduH ll city after an illness OIIlawJthan a week Mr Cal i khan was perhaps one oT the best known n- i r u S VITALS I BRAND IISuits and Overcoats IatII atII IARE THE BEST IUNION MADEGOODS IJin the world justreIprice New lot ceived All styles and sizes New lot just ret ceived Workingmen see them before you pay CIO for a suit Call fort tVitalsU Brand the suits with INSIDE otherdifferent from any Iin the worldII SLEWSI IIThird and MarketII 44young men in Frankfort having been I baggage master at the L N depot in this city for several years A host of friends extend to his sorrowing parents and sisters their sincere sympathy in their sad affliction The funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd on Friday morning and his remains were followed to their last resting place by a large concourse of friends The decision of the Court of Appeals last week declaring Judge Clifton Pratt Attorney General of Kentucky unseats Attorney General Robert Breckinridge and Judge Pratt has the distinction of being the only Republican officerholder on the Square D J M STANDS BY MINERS The Central Labor Union De nounces Judges Evans and Hall The Central Labor Union met in regu lar session at Becks Hall last Sunday I JIUnited Hatters of America and Secretary White of the United Garment WorkersI were in the city and would address the delegates and also that resolutions declaring the attitude of the Louisville wage earners toward the mine workers had the effect of bringing out a large number of delegates Delegates were admitted from the Brotherhood of Book- Binders Amalgamated Steel and Metal Workers Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and United Garment Workers Henry Carfield reported the proceed ings of the State Federation of Labor A number of communications were received and referred and acknowledgements of financial assistance rendered the German printers of Philadelphia the iron and steel workers and the Brotherhoodof Blacksmiths The Board of Directors made their semiannual report the books being found correct and about 100 in the treasury Resolutions were presented and unanimously adopted disapproving of the action of Judges Evans rind Hall for en joining the union miners of Hopkins I theIl Anotherlresolution that gave rise to considerableI I onlyIl forlpleas for the recognition of the labels Qf askedIlabelIremarks of both were given close atten tion Carl Bolander delegate to the American Federation pff Labor which meets at Scranton next m nth will present the demands of the central body among them being the reAiest for a permanent State organize for entucky BROTHERHOOD OP ENGINEERS The annual I 11 and reception of the Brotherhood of vOcomotive Engineers Division 165 wil take place next Tues day evening at I iederkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut stree t and a pleasant time is asfurred all wh attend As the object of the Brotherh od of Engineers is a worthy one a id they will be ably assisted by the Ladies Auxiliary their ball should be lit rally patronized The gentlemen HBVBJ the affair in charge are Chairman A Phillips MJ Carroll T A Murray U Smith Prank JCnoe derer B F CuHHJngham J Van Arsdale and E Hardawlay Besides assisting in receiving the fjtets the Iladles pf the auxiliary will serve the refreshments Devotees of UfWchore will find this among the moat select balls given this year SMUt CareWaa I irshte and Wwi ladtaa- fMltlM The above position one of the greatest ewe i in the South will open December ItItand continue until JuhelaWl j attractive rateebave- been arranged i all point to Charleston and ther ules via the Southern Railway will iown rails the entire couveientfandanyalea information i pplicatlon HENDERSON Mild Weather Prevails and the Building Operations Still Continue Would nnugiirato Innocent Amusements For the Young People Noble Work That Has Been Done by the Good Sisters I A WORD ABOUT CHURCH SOCIETIES Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American HBNDKRSON Nov 2uThe very mild weather which has succeeded the cold spell enabled work to continue out doors and many new buildings have latelygone up here including a commodious union depot for the three passenger trains to run into Convenient modern appliances are in use priestshouseTowler and the groom a Mr Abell Two converts lately brides were received into the church last week having previously been instructed by the rev erend father The choir service for last Sunday was unusually good The organist rendered the solo 0 Salutaris in opera style which made a pleasant change and dis closed a well trained voice Our church societies are few and far between as the saying goes as interest seems to lag and the pastor is using utmost persuasion and energy to revive life in the select circles The cause must lie in the fact of our late pastors bad health he being much of the time away for treatment and the diversity of assist ants who were here aud there and changed often Our young people need some source of amusement of a harmless kind The Sodality is well attended but this is hardly in the line of social fun which is life light and air for the young of both sexes They need congenial companion ship interspersed with conversation music and fun such as they will have andenjoy if occasion presents but there seems to be an utter indifference among those who could aid them as if the young were de pendent on their own exertions and of no interest to older heads The Catholic elements of society here while the best both religiously and finan cially are engaged in active business pursuits giving time no chance to hang heavily Still the majority are reaching the period called maidens and bachelors This to my mind is encopraged more by lack of pleasant association andwhy can not some man and wife who have time and money and charity who realize this need make a noble start and help these youth in this need by proposing planning and executing some high class entertainment which will result iin good to all and will bring blessings on the heads of the clever benefactors The Sisters school is doing good work as usual in its own quiet way with four brave and noble hearts in control who are efficient perse vering courageous and patient in the extreme Sister Scharlotte the Superior ess has worked faithfully in the school here for quite twentysix years under most trying conditions but with hope and trust in God for the strength of body and mind to do good work in His cause of training young minds Many of these are advancing in years and have lucrative employment in the leading business in terests of the city and nothing is preferred against them proving that the early and good impressions receivedat the hands of the Sisters are lasting and effective for good Our church officers are men of qualification and trust whom she instructed and the same Father of Light who called away their helper Father Tierney will aid them by other help just as good and their work will ad vance upward and onward and receive the blessings of God in the end Thanksgiving will soon be here with turkey and good things to tickle the palate and let us give thanks to God for His favors which we of modern times hardly appreciate properly growing up so used to good gifts we ldbk for them more as something which is common place and due us by merit of our daily labor and by an abundance we do not learn a lesson of denial and thoughtfulness but otherwise make extravagant use of until we cease to feel thankful as Christians ought The Kentucky Irish American is being introduced into homes here by degrees and all who have seen a copy speak encouragingly and subscribers are promised already MRS L C W YOUNG LADIES BAZAR The young ladies of Holy Trinity church will give a bazar on Monday and Tuesday nights at Holy Trinity Hall Market and Seventh streets New Albany The proceeds will be devoted to improvements of the church which next year celebrates its jubilee 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