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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- is v 5 S KENTUCKY IRIH AMERICAN 1 t VOLUMF VIII NO 8 LOUISVILLE SATUftDAmEJGBRUARY 22 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS i un n u DOOMED Hostile Reception Accorded the Rule Directed Against Irish Members Many Tories Have Declared They Wilt Never Apologize Reported Arrival of Col Lynch Alarms Ministers and Policee ENGLANDS GREAT DEBT INCREASING A strange unrecorded incidfpt hap pened last week in the British House of Commons It was suddenly discovered that the proposal to appoint a Second Deputy Speaker under the new rules was illegal without the personal assent of the King The proposal might come on any minute so Victor Cavendish M P the Controller of the Kings Household was posted off to secure the royal assent On reaching Marlborough House he found that the King had gone motoring to Windsor and would not be back for an hour Fortunately for the Government an unexpected debate intervened before the new rule and Cavendish arrived in the Kings motor in the palace yard with the royal assent just in the nick of time to save Minister Balfour from the awk ward necessity of acknowledging that be had overlooked this constitutional form The Ministers are amazed at the hostile reception accorded bya large body of their own followers to the new punish ment rule directed against the Irish members The rule not only doubles and quadruples the period of suspension hut it makes a return to the House by the suspended member depend on an expression of sincere regret under the belief that none hut Irish members would refuse to apologize However many Tories have declared that they will never apologize So this ingenious pro posal is loomed as it is not the object of the Ministry to provoke possible disfranchisement of British constituencies The Irish members view of the rule is that punitive suspension powers will only be exeresed agaTHsl tHen and where the English members defy the Chair as they did with entire immunity from punishment or even rebuke on the home rule bill the Speaker will use the new power given him to suspend the sitting until their passions cool Scotland Yard was grievously hoaxed appearanceinGalways absent member George Lynch a war correspondent in Cuba Chiua and South Africa visited the House as the guest of Major Jameson M P and signed his name in a book as Lynch M P Instantly word was conveyed to Scotland Yard and a cordon of detectives was drawn around the chamber until two of them who were personally acquainted with Col Lynch saw they were after the wrong man The incident created a great commotion among the Ministers Scotland Yard evidently apprehends that Lynch will take his seat as it is still closely watch ing both houses of Parliament As a noIhad no communication whatever since his election with the Irish members who are rather disgusted at the part he has playedThe magnificent revenue of 710000 000 which Chancellor of the Exchequer Beach will announce in his budget still leaves a deficit of =110000000 to be added to Englands national debt this year Any attempt to Make the country pay its way under present conditions would provoke instant reaction so liabil ities are being piled on to the debt e PIOUS SISTER A Kinswoman of the Holy Father Passos Away at Omaha The Omaha Nunnery of St Clare is mourning the death of the Mother Superior Maria Constanza Bentivogilo a kinswoman of the Pope who for more than a score of years had never left the narrow confines of her prisonlike home During all that long period the only human faces she lied seen were those of the few devoted members of her own order who shared her seclusion and she hadnever entered into the joys and sor rows of the strenuous life of the city in which she dweltf liter funeral was as unostentatious as her life though by special dispensation from Bishop Scan nell about a dozen wen and women of Osaka who had been coaspicuous for their benefactions to the order were per mltted to be present and after the cere stony to view the body resting in a plain pine corns through a foar foot grating opening OH the wuKtuary This plots itter WM born In 1817 in the castle of St Angelo at Rome Her father Domlnico Itattlvoftite Cewnt of Xoligm WM at that Yeas fjamn r of the inaliar ecffeftl1 WMk MiU tnmnm tElwi a JMIIII v HHWW MV m SWWR ta- wile spltdr1 IMf falbwa1 ewt- rlasrl iwrvk fill 01 M4 hi Wfl lI with her sister Magdalene she rosi I the ocean to establish a home for thee order of thePoor Clares as they ar known in some parts of the United StatesThe Poor Clares are one of the con templative orders which though common in the middle ages have obtained but small foothold in this country The vows are of the strictest kind A few members of each community are allowed to mingle with the outside world in order that the bodily needs may be adminis istered to but these are the only sisters of St Clare who ever leave the home after having once entered it or are visible to persons who may visit the monastery In their solitude the sisters pass the time in praying for the world and in certain forms of fancy work which they sell as a means of providing funds for the order They live in the simplest style They wear a dress and scapular of coarse brown serge with face bands of soft white linen and short veils of black They cat the plainest of plain food sleep on plank beds and may truly be said to know nothing of the luxury of living STILL HAVE HOPES+ Legislature Expoctod to Pass Labor Bills Reported Favorably At a special meeting of the Central Labor Union Sunday afternoon Messrs James Dougherty and Gus Heicken who have spent several weeks in Frankfort as representatives of the central boj3y re ported the progress of the several labor bills now pending in the Kentucky Legis lature There was a very large attendance of delegates and the report was received with interest The child labor bUt has passed the Senate and rests in the hands of the House committee and all indica tions point to its passage if reported in time to the House The committee reported that alJiII- ould also be favorably reported creating the office of Labor Commissioner to be filled by Gubernatorial appointment The bill making Labor day a legal holiday passel the House Delegate Dougherty said would be favorably reported to the Senate and passed as there was no oppo sition to it tills providing for the union label on State printing and requiring street cars to be vestibuled were also in fair shape In view of the favorable re ports the Central Labor Union decided to keep Messrs Dongherty and Heickeji at Frankfort during tile remainder of the session unless the laGorlegfilafion has been disposed of They left for the capital Monday morning An ordinance providing that all city work of every description be dopp by union labor was reported by the Legis lative Committee and approved by the delegates President Moore appointed a committee of one from each union repre seated to wait on the members of the General Council and endeavor to secure their support for the measure Workingmen generally approve the foregoing bills and will closely watch the votes of their representatives They incur no increased expense to the State and therefore there can be no reasonable ob jection to their enactment into laws RETURN THANKS New Albany Ladlos Grateful For the Success of Their Euchre To Editor Kentucky Irish American NKW AMUNY INn Feb 17The- euchre given by Branch 110 Catholic Knights and Ladies of America was a success in every way The ladies wish to thank through your columns the many friends who helped to make it so by at tending The afternoon prizes were won by Mesdames Fougeroussc and Raymond Misses Wilton and Hennessy at night by Misses Weber Scherer Tully sScheck ster and Williams and Messrs Haller Higgins Weber Philip and John 1Raaba The ladies feel encouraged with theirI success and have decided to resume the euchres after Lent as they think it will advertise their branch make it better known and bring in applicants I wishI to thank you in behalf of myself and ladies for the kindly notice yon gave in your paper I think it helped us wonder fully as the paper reaches so many homes here MRS PKTKR RICHARDS President Branch 110 e i NARROW ESCAPE Mrs M Cunningham of 2835 Alford avenue had a narrow escape from losing her life Monday afternoon She was coming in on a Poudh street car and pulled the bell at Chestnut street but the motorman did not stop within some dis tance of the crossing Leaving the car she startedl westward across the street when she was struck bv a southbound car and thrown a distance of several feet falling on her face beside the track and sustaining painful bruises She was carried to the corner drug store and attended by a physician and later removed to her home She had a mirac Mona escape The wonder In that more are Rot injured by the carelewteM of motoimen In passing cart frown which luuieeagera are IUfCktllltCe Lottltvllte luck In tICp14IC HMitroM flrei thus winter emta TtMwfey when the I34w ll DeH W fks TkW aw1 1- assets lrtl loss J4M M M4- tei 3MI rsM dtfe The fefettt will kft rab1k M asnae J o eCKIOPA Interesting Meeting of the CIt Central Committee Last Week Committees Named to Arrangeo for Silver Jubilee in April Premiums to Branches for 8c curing New Mem bers A DISABILITY FUND ESTABLISHED The regnlar monthly meeting of the City Ceentral Committee of Catholic Knights of America was held in St Marys hall Friday evening Pebrua 14 In spite to the bad weather there was a good attendance though several branches were not represented The branches should see to it that they are represented as the committee has inaugurated important work for furthering the interests and growth of the order and united effort will bring success President Henry V enema presided The proposition to set apart 25 percent of all proceeds of entertainments for a disability fund to pay assessments and dues of members unable to pay because of sickness or other just cause was adopted and the following committee appointed to draft laws for its government Michael Reichert Patrick Hol ley E G Hill Edmund Rapp Albert F Martin It was decided to celebrate the silver jubilee of the founding of the order next April and the following committees were appointed ArrangcmentsTMiclmel Reichert Ed mund Rapp Joseph P McGinn P Reis hR C J Desse James OConnor Entertainment Ben Speaker Charles Falk Michael Reichert Charles Hill Henry Stoerr Religious CelebrationMessrs Score Schumpf Holley Goebey and Schulte It was voted to endow a room for C K of A members at the St Anthonys Hospital and Edmund Rapp Henry Stoerr and Joyeph Hubbuc iw ta ap- potee a committee to attend to it Ben Geher J M Riehl and Joseph Hubbuch were appointed on the Audit ing Committee The committee voted to offer the fol lowing prizes to branches showing the largest percentage of gain in member ship First prize not less than twenty new members 10 second prize not less than fifteen ngw members 30 third prize not less than ten new mem bers 10- During the meeting there was interest ing and instructive debate on questions presented the principal speakers being Michael Reichert Patrick Holley Ed ward G Hill Thomas Sheehan and Al bert F Martin The next meeting of the committee will be held on the second Fridayeven ling in March All branches are urged to send representatives so that the impor tant work for good of the order may he pushed to successful results The order needs an awakening The central committee is striving to arouse interest and advance the order and should have the hearty cooperation of all branches and members in the work for the benefit of all e- PLEASANTSURPRISE Lieut Klnnarney Receives a Gold Badge From Friends Lieut James Kinuarney was the recipient of a pleasant and merited surprise this week There is no more popular member of the police force than Jim Kinnarney and his recent promotion was very gratifying to his multitude of friends particularly those of the East End where he has always resided Monday night a large number called at his home 911 Clay street and presented him with a handsome gold badge as a token of their esteem and in recognition of his worth as an officer The presentation speech was made by Alderman James J Fitzgerald who paid a glowing tribute to the recipient as a public official Lieut Kinnarney made a happy response but it remained for his estimable wife to capture the visitors who were treated to an elegant luncheon and a jolly good time The testimonial of friendship is highly appreciated and the badge will be worn with credit to both the Lieutenant and the donors e TIIOS GRIFFIN DEAD Thomas J Grlffiu brotherinlaw of exCouncilman Charles J Cronan passed from earthly scenes Wednesday night Deceased was operated upon at St Josephs Infirmary last Monday but he never rallied although he never gave up until he recognized it WM hit Makers will then he awakedl the end with forti tulle and rclgHtto Mr Griffin MM connected with tM Adanw HxprtM Com Pny for a pwtar of a century t kviti risen Jp oW4yUAlI ail lWIIIty Me wa a pweeiwl hrrar- a6ie wprst eilbea a l4 a tieeewt awl aaaie CMllira iH kh Mfr Ilstnt- I Y m children andl a widow wRha1 multitude of sorrowing friends itfKntirnhis earl demise None knew jJJBiJibut to love him Peace to his ashes rotationt this o family and many jjweett memoriess ThomSys James Griffin e JEFFERSONVILLE ggAji and Pre paring to Celebrate St Patricks Day leffeJIIDivision 1 of bas 110 members in good standing mudis rarely ing applications at eve meeting The interest of the young men has been aroused by the clubroo i jof the division and they are sending i111f their applica tions The past year was the most pros perous since the divisionorganized The division will give an entertainment at Spieths Opera House on the evening of March 17 presenting Libbys weblo drama Robert Macaire in two acts The characters have ali ben assigned and the play is being jrehearsed The roilryDaniel McCarthy ConoNeil Frank Lynch and John Kennedy and they promise to make it an enjoyable success ST PHILIP NERI Will Have a Mission Which Everybody IsTlnvltod to Attend ff Rev Father Acker fin pastor of St Philip Neri church llyd and Wood bine announces a mission by the apos Colic missionary r Rev Godfrey Schlach ter C P P S to begi at 10 a m Sun day March 2 and close at 730 p m March 9 Seats will tbe free and every hOlly is invited I RECENT DEATHS Morritz Schneider one of the oldest residents of the east find died at hie Inoue IGC9 Maiden Lafie on Tuesday aged seventyfive years tTle funeral was from St locephs church and the Inter merit in St Michaels cemetery Thursday morningHlThe funeral of Lorena Becker the thirteenyearold laughter of Frank Becker 721 Lampion streettj took place pRf eon requiem high mass Bright and winsome her death is sincerely mourned by a host of young friends with whom she was a special favorite For the be reaved parents deep sympathy was everywhere expressed John Bradley brotherinlaw of James McGill died at 923 Stevenson avenue Tuesday evening aged thirtyfive years He was for several years a member of the police force The funeral was from the church of St Francis of Rome at 9 oclock Friday morning The family ex espccially coll for attention and kindness to Mr Bradley during his illness Mathias Rose eightyone years of age lied Sunday afternoon at his residence on East Laurel street of grippe Mr Rose had been a prominent carpenter in past years but had not been able to follow this work for a number of years He was one of the pioneer members of St Boniface church having been in that congregation over fiftyone years Few indeed have seen the beginning and the termination of this wonderful structure Mr Rose leaves two sons three daughters and a sister to mourn his loss his wife having died a few years ago Mrs Mary Lyons died at her residence 609 Eighth street last Sunday aged fortyeight years She was a daughter of the late John Hughes one of the Catholic pioneers of the city who was a member of the first Catholic benevolent society at the Cathedral She was born on Green street between Sixth and Seventh and was a devout member of the Cathedral congregation all her life She is survived by her husband Tim Lyons and three children two girls and a boy Her only brother is John D Hughes engineer of fire engine No 18 The funeral was from the Cathedral at 830 Tuesday morning Deeply pained were the many friends of Edward Dore when they learned last Saturday that he was no more lIe was the son of Mary and the late John Dore 2206 West Market street and was well known and highly esteemed in the West End For a long time he was employed as assistant cashier in the locall freight office of the Pennsylvania railroad He resided with his aged mother whose sad bereavement has almost prostrated her One brother John Dore survives him Monday morning his funeral took place requiemhljbwith sorrowing friends aft relatives By the death of John Rckttr Sr the West End loses another of ito oldest sad most highly respected chinas Poe many years he WM with the OtUIlkMen Company and was Secretary at the time of leis death Nesiita ltis wife he leaves four children Mcwrs KdwMNl MH John KleUter and MUfrH Agim wA CwMtajtot Richter who et4 keenly the sae of sit 1indulgtkt lather All dy Mwiay lIerge wmiUfi called M MM frailty mMwww ICU IortUitd ltverwse t tofct a Mt vkw of the teawdaa m4 1s by y s- Gs wu a4 ilur rM tail Nse =lira tarM hilt V4A C twek lee sow ar CARDOME I Academy of the Sisters of the Visitation Near George town Ky Famous Institution and Beautiful Location in Bluegrnfts Section The Students Enjoy a Social and Musical Festival Before Lout WAS OLD HOME OF GOY ROBINSON 1t Special Correspondence of the Kentucky IriAmericanG- EoRogTo vN KY Feb 20 1902 There is not in Kentucky a more beauti ful and interesting spot than farfamed Caqdome Convent of the Visitation Georgetown Ky Situated in the Bluegrass region and crowning a gentle eminence Cardome commands an exten sive view of the surrounding country A scene of beauty stretches in every direc tion fields of tender green or golden harvest bounded by winding stun or sheltering woodland undulating to the horizon Nestling away among the veidant rolling bills in the distance is seen the thriving little city of George townCardome is ideal in its location and stands as a monument to the taste of those who first selected it as a location for their hone The climate is delightful and from the dampness and cold of the North as well as from the fever heats of the South many send their young girls to Cardome where the salubrious climate of Kentucky enables them to attain wonderful health and strength aa well as a splendid education under the kiwi and watchful care of the good Sisters of the Visitation In September 1890 the Sisters of the Visitatfoii removed from White Sulphur where the convent was founded in 1875 to their present location The site of Cardome was formerly the home of Governor Robinson who named it Cat dome cars downs and the present owners hays pgtn1tercdthaLtitleYearaagoL- afayette Clay Webster and many other distinguished persons were royally eb tertalned under its hospitable roof A large and handsome addition was built by the Sisters shortly after their removal to Cardome and still another building which has been under course of erection for the past eighteen mouths is now nearing completion This building will furnish a beautiful chapel library and numerous dormitories which will greatly increase the acccomodations Under the able business management of Mother M Angela the Superior Car dome has prospered wonderfully during the past few years and is now prepared to take her proper place in the front rank with the leading institutions of learning in this country All the ad vanced branches of music science art and literature as well as primary methods of education are taught by thoroughly compliment instructors InI these various branches Occasionally entertainments are al lowed participated in of course only by the students of the college On Tuesday of last week one of the delightful enter tainments a grand masquerade ball was given The large and comtnodius hall used for commencement exercises and other ectertainments affordedabundant room for dancing The Court viewed the masqueraders from the throne which was artistically ar ranged upon the large and spacious stage and was composed of the follow ing young ladles Queen Miss Maysie Hillenmeyer King Miss Mary Kenna Ladies Misses Kate Sterling Burke and Robinson Knights Misses May H Eng laud Mayme Murray and Blakely Her ald Miss Cook Train Bearers Misses Lucille Thompson and Maurice Cole Among the other characters which were splendidly represented were the Goddess of Liberty Night and Morning Flower Girls Court Jesters Pocahontas Mother Goose Uncle Sam lack Sprat Wife and Baby Booker Washington and many othersThe music which was excellent in every detail was rendered by the young ladies of the college who proved them selves very profecient in the use of the several instruments The dancing was very much enjoyed by the young ladies as well as by the younger girls and during the intermission appetizing re freshments were served and the masquer ade ball proved to be one of the most delightful and enjoyable events at Car dome D J M 4 RARE COIN Cornelius Lyons a fine old Irish gentle man who iis the popular sexton of the Assumption church Albany N V is the happy possessor eR rare old Irish penny of the date 1881 The harp of Krin Is engraved on asa tide that of King Carolui H on tthe outer Lyons would not part with It for love or mosey M+ CATHOLIC CWCAW Is the Archtlieaee Q CM4nga las- tyer 91RpAI eWWttMl wes csatrjaerl- rlNe le irw ttiideew II pl tonast- h+ 1k I1atisR Nee ast e knew fNwteew- D new parishes were established in the diocese Twelve new churches were erected where there had been no churches before Eighteen fine hew church edi fices were erected to replace smaller and less valuable structures In the matterr of schools ten new school houses were erectedand opened to Catholic children r slid eleven addititious of several new rooms were built in connection with schools already running Chicago is on the high road to becoming perhaps the greatest See in the Catholic world There is some wild talk of uniting the two dioceses of Greater New York This must take place or the Windy City will lead the marc- hINSPIRING e LECTURED Great Throng of Men Hear Rev Father C H McKenna There is nothing so inspiring as ft body of men men only gathered for any pur pose but when seen gathered in church pew after pew filled it is a sight to fill every heart with joy Such was the scene at St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday night wnen Rev Father C H McKenna 0 Poue of the oldest missionaries and perhaps the grandest preacher of that order off preachers th Sons of St Dominic ascended the pulpit to preach to the men of the Dominican parish on the Holy Name of Jesus f the interest of the Holy Name Society Father McKcmm spoke of the warfare that is raging in the world today and ha raged for years against that holy name and of the blasphemous manner in which men profane it and urged those Present- to be strong faithful zealous member- of the Holy Name Society proving them selves not traitors after the lapse of a moutht or so His sermon was one of th finest he ever preached and when he quoted the story of the old blacksmith and his reform from drink showing that with the help of God and a determination to break off any evil habit it iis Ipossible to do co many of the congrega lion were visibly affected At the conclusion of the sermon rather McKenna called on the men to stand when the old members renewed their vows while the new ones took the first vows of the society Fifty new members gave in their names immediately and many others are expected to join later on There will be a special meeting of the society in the school house next Monday eveningr at 730 oclock for thje benefit jf the new members and to better acquaint them with the objects and constitution of the Holy Name Socie- tyEMMETS MEMORY Thomas Walsh Will Denver Address at Anniversary Exorcises The IrishAmerican Soaiety will ob serve the anniversary of Irelands martyr patriot Robert Emmet at Hibernian Hall Thursday evening March 0 with interesting exercises and a smoker to which all IrishAmericans are invited free of charge The arrangemets are being completed by Messrs John Ches ter Dennis Minogue and J J Casey Thomas Walsh the well known and elo quent Irish lawyer has consented to de liver the memorial address There was a splendid attendance at the meeting Thursday night President Flynn presiding the absentees being Treasurer Keenan and Secretary King Two new members John Hargadon and John Walton were initiated Thomas Claire reported for the Revis ion Committee that the sick and burial benefits would be continned Also that the society would assist all members whenever possible The committee was given until the next meeting to complete its labors After pointed talks by Messrs Tom Walsh and Will Lawler the Presi dent was instructed to impose a fine on the members of the committee absent March 6 The Visiting Committee reported none sick and all members employed A call was ordered issued for the death assess ment of the late James D Cooney with the request that it be paid promptly The receipts were the largest for some time past and the renewed interest greatly encourages the officers who con duct the affairs of the society in a busi nesslike manner and adjourn early All members are urged to bring their gentlemen friends with them to the Emmet celebration ST CECILIA NO 14 St Cecilias Branch No 14 Catholic Knights of America is having a trying time of it President Kerberg is out of the city Vice President Jacques hss been kept away by sickness and death In his family Secretary Hammel Treasurer Fackler Trustee Michael King and many of the old members have been sick and Brother Fortwrngler died last week But St Cecilias holds meetings and attends to business SURPRISED THEIR FRIENDS The many friends of John P McGuire the popular voting singer who took part in miry IrlrtiAuierkan affairs will be surprised to heAt of his recent marriage to MM Minnie Kallwaa a charming young lady of the East tad The cere tHOHy WM porforatdi in the rectory of St Marys ekweti oq January 18 The happy eewpk left for a sheet Jowriwy sad is their Nt m wWI ga toI h KMh plugl MI 16e4 Kaottrehy teM 1 FATHER CONNOllY jPastor of St 11 rI phis Address to St Vincents Monthly Conference Tliolr Grand Work of Charity in Ilellevinr the Poor i I All PnrlNhcs Represented at theI nicotine of Lnst Sunday I REPORTS OF THE AID TO THE NEEDY The monthly conference of St Vincent Sundaytdespite weather These Christian workers seem to realize that In severe weather their wards the poor suffer and most need their care and help All parishes were 3el ecn on during the cold spell of the past month StuBrigids addressed the Conference on 1theandsencouraging to the members Father Connolly said Mr President and Brothers Perhaps bettersby offering to you all my humble congratulations First because you be soemuch good not only in this city and diocese but throughout the world for your society exists all over the 1nml second because you yourselves if we are to judge you by your works mid the reports which have 1 beer read out here this afternoon are active memlters of this organization not unworthy disciples of St Vincent de Paul under whose social protection your society is placed veryheartyou belong is divine charity When I say this I am bestowing upon you and your society the very highest praise be cause I need not tell you that the greatest and most beautiful of all the Christian virtues is holy TharftyrThere are indeedf many other beautiful virtues the cultiva tion of which is sure to merit for those who have them a special benediction We have so many beantiful illustrations t of those virtues in Holy Writ Thus Abraham the great father of Gods peo ple was preeminently distinguished for the steadfastness of his faith in Almighty God Isaac son of Abraham was no less distinguished by his obedience In deed it was because of his obedience that the Almighty said unto himlOr win multiply thy seed like the stars of heaven and I will give to thy posterity all these countries and in thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed Holy Joseph one of the fathers of the twelve tribes of Israel and one of the most beautiful figures of the Messiah was pre eminently distinguished for his great chastity The holy man Job Holy Writ informs us was signalized by his remarkable patience In the midst of his sufferings and afflictions he could exclaim The Lord gave and the Lord path taken away blessed be the name of the Lord If we have received good thingssi at the hands of God why should we not receive evil Moses the great leader of Sods chosen people was distinguished for his meekness David the Royal Psalmist by his piety and humility and the great Prophet Elias by his zeal The martyrs were distinguished by ttteiron + stancy and fortitude in time of persecu tion the Anchorites by their austerities and perseverance in prayer and the holy Virgins by their remarkable purity All andIare all pleasing in the eyes of God they are spiritually fixed stars in Gods religious and supernatural firmament they are ways and means stepping stones if you will whereby it is possible for man to come nearer and nearer to the source of all good and happiness There is one virtue however that is far more glorious than any or all of the virtues just men tioned and that virtue is the virtue of holy charity the virtue for which your noble society is chiefly distinguished for which it has always been distinguished and for which with Gods blessing it shall always be distinguished But Mr President and brothers let us Ileeplyintoprayerfully pWell r Epistle fourth chapter and sixteenth verse gives this definition of charity Deus caritas est et qui manet in earl tate in Deo monet et Deus in eon God is charity and be that abideth in charity abideth in God and God in him dJfinedspiritual fire which penetrating iQur hearts stakes us love God above all things and our neighbor as ourselves for the love of God We call Ita swper natural gift because of its iinestimable value and essentially divine origin arill because God alone can enrich His creatures with it We call k a spiritual1 free becawe it produces effect rimlWt those which are produced by maul1 are by warning awl interning ear COMIIpU M THIRD PAOL o dfr i LENTiTOI Y IRISH AMEiRIVAST KENTUCKY IRISH flKIGflN J wununn Mveted to the Moral and Social AdvaMcemefctV all Irish Americans i WIX4LIAIK M HJGGXN pbuber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Btttered at the tottlavltle Postofllco as SecondClass Matter VddienillCo waalcationeto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street NION TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1902 STANDS PAT The Times seems to stand pat neither retracting explaining nor apologizing for its vile slander and insult to Catholics in its editorial squib on the relics in St Martins church disregarding the protests of Catholics and others DoubtlesS the Times presuming upon the for bearance of the people believes it will all blow over as have other breaks of its wouldbe funny a editor in the past But forbear ance ceases to be a virtue after repeated abuse and that period has been reached It is about time that t the Catholics of this city should i t r emphasize their resentment at being treated with ridicule and contempt to which they have so long submit Ilbtedthem a mere butt for his jibes and sneers Our Catholic people are lawabiding moral and honorable M in their dealings with their fellow citizens and entitled to respectful and just treatment but they need not expect this until they demand and obtain it by manfully resenting slanders and insults when heaped upon them without provocation and are manifestly malicious and contemptuous as was the Times slur BIGOTRY REVIVED We sometimes wonder where the bigots in this free country where all religions are equal before the law get their ideas Occasional in cidents reveal the source and it is always foreign not infrequently that boasted fountain of popular liberty England The greatest hue and cry of bigots is against the religious orders of the Catholic i church particularly the Jesuits who are charged with everything that is treacherous and dangerous f to life liberty and safety of man kind A recent decision of the y Kings Bench in London reveals a statute of George IV punishing membership in the order of Jesuits asa misdemeanor A meifiber of the Protestant Al liance applied to a Magistrate to issue summonses for three gentle men for violating this statute by becoming Jesuits within the United r Kingdom The Magistrate refused on the ground that the statute was obsolete and that such proceedings could only be taken by the Crown and not by individuals An appeal was taken to the Kings Bench Lord Chief Justice Alverstone and Justice Darling sitting They de cided that a statute does not become invalid because obsolete and is en forceable till repealed that there is no crime under English law for which an individual can not prose cute and granted a rule against the Magistrate to show cause why he should not issue the summonses against the parties charged wife becoming Jesuits in violation of the statute of George IV The reaction against the Kultur kampf is on in Germany where Catholics have been proscribed Bishops priests and religiousorders restricted imprisoned and banished and church property confiscated In the Reichstag last week iit i was stated officially that the Govern ment desired to secure by law uni formity and equality of all religious denomination a that negotiations governby law oo Catholic and that the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburgh and the Duchy of Brunswick have ageed I CatholicsII South Germany the Benedictine l abbey and lands which were con fiscated after the expulsion of the monks have been purchased from the Bavarian Government by Baron von Cramer Klett a Protestant and restored to the monks for a nominal sum The banished monks will re turn and reoccupy the abbey which was founded in 735 The clouds of bigotry are breaking over Ger many Russia and Japan have by treaty recognized the autonomy of Corea and agreed as to boundaries jurisdiction maritime and commercial rights in the Far East thus blast ing Englands scheme to urge on Japan to war with Russia over those issues The treaty seems to be un objectionable to the Governments generally interested in that section and England though disappointed and dubious is trying to make the best of it It means that Russia and Japan will control the entrance to Chinese ports and therefore in a measure the Eastern commerce If they will be wise enough to con cede fairness to other nations they will retain their vantage if like England they try to hog it all they will lose out as England has The bill pending in the Legisla ture to tax life insurance policies is bad and should be defeated Though aimed at insurance companies the tax will be paid by the insured Life insurance by which provision against wqnt is made for the fam ily should be encouraged and not hampered pnd made more costly by taxes and restrictive laws It is far better that dependent ones be rendered selfsupporting after the death of their breadwinner than left to rely on the charity of a cold world Kill that bill Justice Ely of Suffolk Va tempered justice with mercy last week A negro was convicted of stealing coal and it devolved on the Justice to fix the penalty He held that the extreme cold weather and the negro being poor should be cons sidered extenuating circumstances and dismissed the prisoner on payment of small costs The last blue book of the British War Office reports the conditions improved at the South African con centration camps but fails to give the number of deaths for the month of January It is admitted that there is a lack of physicians and medicine at the Mafeking camp If the Legislature expects to do anything this session it had better get a hump on as it has but eight een more days Wonder how many labor bills will be lost in the hustle of the wind up We are keeping tab and hope it will make a good showing on the credit side l Although American steel mills are overrun with work and did not Jjid the English and Scotch mills have lost a large contract for rails Tot the new electric lines in London the Belgian steell mills furnishing at lower price rails that stand a much higher test No we dont believe that the J O U A M o nthe Times though its recent utterances suit those patriots to a T Today is the anniversary of George Washington whose mem ory is dear to the hearts of all lovers of liberty and freedom Since the failure of Kitcheners coup to trap De Wet there is a scarcityt of news front South Africa o U a d AN OPEN LETTER LouisvittR KYJ Feb 1UMessrs- 1v N and W B Haldeman bear Sirs On the afternoon of Saturday February 8 1902 appeared this editorial in the Evening Times The bones of two alleged Christian martyrs of the year 308 dressed in rich red satin cloaks will be put on view for the adoration of tbe faithful in a local church tomorrow What was it Phlletu Barnum said about the American public We can not believe that you indorsed the sentiment expressed in that editorial but it has gone to the public with the same weight and authority as if it had hot your sanction We call your atten tion to the matter because this article is regarded by many of your fellowcitizen and patrons as a malicious insult to their religion and you know nothing wounds the heart so much as a slur at ones re ligious faith The writer of the foregoing article has a right to his religious opin ions or to bis hatred of all religions as Czolgolsz had but he has no more right than Czolgolsz had to assault those who differ from him in opinion There was no need or cause for such an insult It was gratuitous and unnecessary and evi dentlysprung from the writers hatred of the Catholic church and he evidently abused the privileges you allow him for the purpose of insulting your neighbors and friends- It is a jjust and generons thing when one under cojor of your authority in sults your friends and patrons needlessly to make the Only reparation that can be made namely by rebuke to him and by an apology to those justly offended What under similar circumstances such newspapers as tbe New York Times and such a magazine as Harpers have cheer fully done you can afford to do with equal magnanimity Your Catholic friends and patrons hope and expect that such reparation you will make You can only be responsible for that writers language by giving him an indorsement through your silence Re spectfully WIUTAM M HICGINS Editor Kentucky Irish American The foregoing letter was mailed last Wednesday and up to our going to press has not been answered nor has anything appeared if the Times to indicate that it was heeded Ed FRIENDS SHOCKED Louisville was shocked Wednesday when the sad news reached here from Florida that W P Clancy former man ager of the Louisville Packing Company had expired suddenly from heart disease The remains will arrive here this morn ing Two weeks ago he left for the South and his multitude of friends hoped for his return fully restored to health His death is indeed a loss to the commercial interests of fhe city and is mourned by none more deeply than the employes of the Packing Company who loved him for his real worth and big generous heart MARY DEALER DEAD Mrs Mary Bealer aged seventyfour years the venerable mother of Rev George Bealer died last Saturday night at tbe Catholic parsonage at Nicholas ville Mrs Bealer was widely known throughout that section of Kentucky for her noble Christian character and great charity and enjoyed the high esteem of people of all denominations Her fune ral took place from St Lukes church Nicholasville of which Father Bealer her only survivor is the respected pastor Many clergymen from surrounding towns attending the sad obsequies COMIC OPERA For next week the Avenue announces its greatest attraction of the season the Wilbur Opera Company The Wilbur Company is an old favorite here and known to all our theatergoers A reper toire of popular operas will be presented by an organization composed of artists of more than ordinary ability and the cos tumes anil stake setting will equal any ever seen here Those who would see this attraction should secure seats at once as the sale will be large DANDER POINT PASSED Joseph Montedonico the bright young son of Tony Montedonico was brought home Wednesday from St Marys College Marion county where he is com pleting his education suffering from malarial fever that threatened serious consequences and alarmed his friends Under the care of Dr Holloway the fever has been broken and the welcome news comes that the danger point has been passed and his speedy recovery seems assured FIRE EM OUT The Record official organ of the dio cese says It is the stern duty of all Catholics and in particular of all Catholic parents guardians and superiors to banish absolutely from their firesides homes and institutions such newspapers- as endanger their faith and morals and allude from time to time to sacred Cath ilic ceremoniest devotions and practices- In a disrespectful deriding frivolous irreverent or misrepresenting manner BEFORE SUPREME COURT Hon Edward J McDermott has gone to Washington to argue the case before the Supreme Court in which the receiver- of the German National Bank is sueing the Fidelity and Deposit Company to recover 10000 or 15000 on McKnights bond although it is claimed the officers knew of his defaults and did not notify the surety as they were bound to do under their contract SH1HT NOT LOST M M Tillie ShAighneMy who last week- was severely burned sad cut about th- ehaw aad face by Use explosion of a glass jar at her home on St Xavier street near Twentyfirst lute alMost recovered front her injuries Her eyes HfferellI- IIOIt and fears were entertained she- W9tt1d tote her sight but fortaaatvly the danger bM pawed and her friends Rrsatly reHeved areI C n I tI i 1 1 1 I1 1 1 7 J ElectionofOfficers for the Year f tt 1V 1 Roporeed by the Councilsv IIrs J if Organization Active and Pro- grcpsiyo in the City and State New Members Joining and the Ladles Auxiliary to Be v Formed PREPARING FOR TIIE GRAND COUNCIL t Major Councif No 210 Winchester Ky is in good financial condition strong and growing in membership and steps are being taken for a Ladies REV W II RYAN Auxiliary Rev W B Ryan Chaplain is an earnest worker since the organiza tion in 1894 striving to unite the young people for God and country Later a dramatic club will be formed John F Nunan the retiring President is entitled to much credit for the progress made during his administration Officers for 1902ChaplainRev W B Ryan PresidentRev W B Ryan First Vice President J W Board Second Vice PresidentMatt Toohey Recording SecretaryJohn F Nunan Financial SecretaryJames A Mc Court Treasurer John P Conway Marshall James B Donahue Inside Sentinel W J Cone Outside Sentinel Mike Brophy Executive CommitteeJ E Shea S Dinnelli T L Nunau M J Toohey Clermont Council No 228 Ashland Ky is composedof earnest workers who arepushing the J3bd work in the east end of the State Edward White the =HOWARD WHITE First Vice President of Clermont is also Second Vice President of the Grand Council of Kentucky Jurisdiction Of ficers for 190- 2ChaplainRev N N Gosselin PresidentJames W Murphy First Vice President Edward White Second Vice President WJ Gold 0 campRecording SecretaryJohn Purtle Corresponding SecretaryJames W MurphyFinancial Secretary Charles Stief raterTreasurerJ J Byrne MarshallJ V Steifrater Inside SentinelThomas Cusick Outside SentinelRobert Serey Executive CommitteeC J Lordler M W Kelly and John E Burk DcFraine Cpuncil No 1G2 Lebanon Ky is one of the largest and most flourishing in the State including among its members many whose names are familiar in Catholic work Rev J A Hogarty Chaplain is always zealous in movements for uniting the people in good work Officers for 1902 ChaplainRev J A Hogarty PresidentC C Boldrick First VicePresidentS A Noe Second Vicje President R A Hilpp Recording secretary F L Ballard Corresponding Secretary Len S Van cleaveFinancial Secretary J B S Bradshaw Treasurer v A Abell Marshall iefnan Rubell Inside Sent netP A Elder Outside Set tinel F J Stucy Executive ommitteeC C Spalding G T Sanabm y and F J Stucy The joint ommittee of the city coun cite met last unday at Trinity Hall with a full repr station to make arrange ments for UK entertainment of the Grand Council Kentucky Jurisdiction which meets here m act August John J Sulli van JTJ w chosen Chairman and George LiM4Secretary All grand officers retidfariMl the city were elected ex rfkio inmtoM of the committee It U proposed to have m moonlight excursion and ewMMt M the river and a banquet at owe of tom Uadlug hotels The city t u J councils will hold receptions and keep open house during the convention Mackin Council haschanged its meet Appllcatlonsa big meeting will be held Sunday March 2 for initiation S969S969S969S9 i SOCIETY John OBryan of Reservoir Park hasI returned from EHzabethtown Mrs Clare Beatty is home after a pleas ant visit with relatives at Madisonville Miss Lizzie Green was last week the guest of Miss Mattie Fenton at Elizabeth town Mrs Edward Robert Lee of Cincinnati was this week the guest of relatives in New Albany Miss Nannie Starr was last week thin charming guest of Mrs George Wash burn Pewee Valley Mrs Harry Pollock and son are home from Mt Sterling where they went last week to visit friends Mr and Mrn Elwer Foster have returned from Bardstown where they vis ited Mrs J W Thomas Mrs Cecilia Warrell has returned to her home in Bardstown after a weeks visit with friends in this city Miss Mary Buckner a pretty Hopkins ville girl will visit friends here until the return of her mother from Denver Miss Agnes Menne was here last week from Bardstown to visit her friend Miss Flora Menne who was seriously ill Mrs O P Beard is home from Dayton 0 where she went to attend the wed ding of her sister Miss Jennie Price Miss Marion Eddy a Boston belle will come here early next month to be the guest of Miss Emma Louise Drabelle Miss Florence Young arrived here Monday from Missouri and is the guest of Mrs Henry Wilken Crescent Hill Miss Willie Miller arrived from May field early this week for a short visit with Miss Phoebe Dearing in the High lands Mrs James Moore has almost recovered from an attack of grip that confined her to her home on Portland avenue for two weeks Misses Tommie and Marie Frazer two popular Russellville girls arrived here last week and will make Louisville their future home John Murphy and wife who arrived last Friday from Columbus 0 to attend the RichardsonWilson wedding have left for home Loran Finley and Ben Rowe who arrived last week to visit John D Quinn Third avenue have left for their homes at Bbnnievllle Miss Florence Jackson of New Albany arrived home this week from Corydon where she had an enjoyable visit with Miss Pat Wolf Miss Mary Lee Durrett a popular girl of the West End who has been visiting friends in Southern Kentucky will ar rive home today Miss Elise McFee who has been confined to her home on Portland avenue with a severe attack of tonsolitis is reported much letter Miss Georgia McFadden who was a victim of the mumps and has been unable to leave her home on Bank street will be out again next week Miss Margaret Flaherty who has been making an extended visit at Memphis New Orleans and other Southern cities may arrive home today Timothy Kenney returned Sunday from a most enjoyable three weeks visit with friends and relatives in Crawford and Dubois counties Ind h Miss Florence ONeill an attractive and charming visitor from Newport has left for home after a delightful stay with Miss Hazel Guthrie Griffiths avenue The friends of Martin Higgins will read with pleasure of his recovery from a recent illness which confined him to his bed for the last month He will be out in a few days Miss Pauline Chambers who llast week visited Miss Jane Todd Watson atLex ington was honored with marked social attention during her short stay in the Bluegrass region f The many friends of Mrs Patrick Mc Qarthy will rejoice to learn that she has almost entirely recovered from an illness that confined her to her home 1952 Floyd street for the past week We are glad to announce to her many dminng friends that Miss Flora Menne is now almost entirely well after an illness that has confined her to her home in the Highlands for several weeks Tom Cornwall who has been serjously ill with pneumonia at the residence of his parents on East Broadway has under gone a decided change for the better though still unable to leave his room Mr and Mrs Patrick Glynn and niece Miss Margaret Glynn of 722 West pale street and Mr and Mrs John OConnor of 1171 Sixth street form a jolly party that left daynight for a six weeks stay in Florida Mrs Thomas B Leahy 717 Third street entertained a number of invited friends at supper last Sunday evening Mrs Leahy IsI a most charming hostess her entertainments being among the most enjoyable of the season Miss Wattle Noae and Mrs SethI Non entertained a number ot lady friends at toaTttaktoy aftenteoti I lahoaorp r iCONFIRMATIONSUITS I Is IsIf IsWOritedHIs pants or long pants perfect fit guaranteed HATS ItSHIRTS SHOES ETC to go with these suits = LEVY BROS of Miss Nones charming guest Miss Alice Marshall and Mrs Charles Conrad who was here visiting her mother on Breckinridge street Rev Father John McParland has returned to his charge at Pewee Valley after spending two weeks with friends and relatives in Massachusetts Father McParland iin an indefatigable worker and his Kentucky friends were glad to se him take a much neededrest The many friends of Jim Hayes the genial teller at the Bank of Commerce are rejoiced that he has passed the criti typhoidfeverin the Highlands for the pat two weeks His speedy recovery now seems assured Among the most delightful of tin events of the past week was Mrs R M Kellys reception and euchre Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Sybil Schley a charming visitor from Milwaukee The parlors were attractively decorated and brilliantly lighted with candelabra and varicolored shades The favors were unique and valuable ST PATRICKS DAY Ancient Order of Hibernian Will Celebrate at Macau leys Theater The Ancient Order of Hibernians an nounce an entertainment at Macauley Theater for Sunday evening March 1C in honor of St Patrick The programme will include music song recitation and an address by Hon Matt ODoherty Active preparations are in progress to make the entertainment enjoyable and ia credit to the day and cause of Irish nationality We bespeak a crowded bouse so get your tickets early at Mul loys tea store A beautiful souvenir has been prepared to be given purchasers of tickets Admission twentyfive cents PATRIOTIC MEETING Tonight at Music Hall there will be a meeting of citizens who sympathize with the brave Boers of South Africa in their struggle for freedom from Englands grasp Addresses will be delivered by Hon Matt ODoherty Watt Clements and William Krieger The meeting will be held under the auspices of the Pro Boer League of which James C OCon nor is the founder and no better way of celebrating Washingtons anniversary could have been devised Music Hall should be filled to overflowing FASHIONS FOIBLES One redeeming feature of the new fashions in flowered materials is that they can oust the plain ones entirely from favor One gown which is sure to continue in vogue is the white one than which nothing can be more attractive if it is well chosen Mohair grenadines very sheer with white grounds patterned with different delicate colors in a silky design are conspicuous among the new materials The fashionable French walking skirt clears the floor by an inch and a half It is just short enough to avoid the trouble of llifting and yet long enough to be in good taste White camelias are a very popular flower in millinery and gardenais rank next in order as they resemble the former in their peculiar whiteness and general style The new flowered mulls are charming some in pale tinted grounds with shading flowers and graygreen leaves others in white patterned with shaded pink blue or yellow roses One factor in the success of a dressy costume is the use of one color This is especially noticeable on the stage as well as in the dressy audience where you see hats and gowns matching exactly Particularly new are the black fou lards with bright bunches of flowers scat tered over them These remind you of the Dolly Varden silks of years ago but they are quite new and are regarded as leaders for the styles which are in prospect We may look for ends at the back of our bats when the spring styles come in In fact they are in evidence already on the fur hats as well as those of lighter materials Little frills of lace or chiffon with lace ends fall in the hair from the side of the back giving a pretty graceful outlineA idea shown among the foulards- is bunches of flowers in colors on a black and white ground For example a white garment scattered over with varied sized black polka dots has bunches of pink roses or azaleas at rather wide intervals The effect is novel indeed but it is the latest whim of fashion and very at tractiveEverything so far brought to light is brilliant yet soft in coloring sumptuous beyond the precedents of years and artis tic to a degrec Flowered effects in every possible variation are everywhere in evi deuce among the silks on the new rib- bona and quaintly pretty in the new jtBdiMwmch are similar ia design to hoae worn eighteen years ago 0- U a y THIRD AND MARKET I MMM S Money at Interest + Works Three Shifts a Day S + and Sunday If + you have savedany money dont fg let it lie idle We take It on + deposit and + Pay You + i 3o 4 i Compound Interest + dbigGet one of our little banks for + + KY TITLE + SAVINGS BANK + + Fifth and Court Place Officers Embry L Swear+ ingen President W C Priest jS DelphCashicr 3j Directors Gilmer S Adams 9 Geo Gaulbert Basil Doerhoe +S fer U T Durrett J n Cald well W C Priest Thos W + Bullitt C C Mengel Jr and- S + Kmbry L Swearingen Up Stairs Over Eazllih Woolen Hills Store dO One Door Wet ot the Big Store IDEAL DENTISTRY dt 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 A BROKING D D S PROPRIETORGO BRUNN8FOR f WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY Here can be found everything suitable presentsA nt prices within the 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Monday Wednesday Saturday ROSE ITILL ENGLISH fFOLLYY COMPANYY Under the Direction of Rise Barton An organization with no superior and few peers in the field of BURLESQUE AND VAUDEVILLE An ensemble of high class performers Illinois GolltraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWEEN LouisvilleMemphis AN- DNew Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections toii and from Arkansas Tenet and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from Chicago Cincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Springs SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anslllinoisWJMcBRIDB City AgentIlourth A H Hanson goWmA G P A Louisville The musty smell and taste may be removed from a metal teapot that has not been weal for some time by putting in a redhot cinder NI11letting it reawlu un til it is coM 11 e Q J j ST PATRICKS DAY A Musical and Literary Entertainment WILL BE GIVEN AT Macauleys Theater Sunday Evening March 16 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS RESERVED SEAT TICKETS AND SOUVENIR 25 CENTS Secure Them Now at John Mtilloys Tea Store 616 West Market Street FATHER CONNOLLY CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGKl hearts and filling them with a llove thatl is pure and holy and heavenly and in every way superior to mere earthly human love For the sake of explana tion let me remind you that there are two kinds of love Firs there is what iis known as the love of selfishness andI second there is what is called the love of benevolence The love of selfishness iis that kind of love which one person has for another when he loves the person noon t the persons own account but because of the benefits or favors which he expects to receive from that person Such for instance is the love of the slave for hisI master The slave loves his mister not for his masters sake or on his mastersI own account but because of the salary that he expects to receive from himI The love of benevolence on the other hand is diametrically opposite to the love of selfishness In this case the lover loves his object not on account of the benefits which he may receive from it but purely and solely on its own account Such for instance is the love of the mother for her child and of the child for its mother Now if in the place of the mothers love for her child you substitute Gods love for man and if in the place of the childs love for it mother you substitute mans love for God you will have the highest and noblest form of the love of benevolence God loved by His creature on Ills own account for Ills own sake and bemuse lie is so infinitely worthy of being loved and man loved in turn by his Divine Maker not on his own account or be cause of his perfections but because he ifi the handiwork and the object of Gods love This my dear brothers is what is meant by divine charity Having now considered what charity is in itself let us now consider for a mo ment how awfully necessary it is to pos sess this virtue in order that a person may be pleasing and acceptable in the eyes ol God A person may be enriched with all the gifts of the Holy Ghost with wisdom understanding counsel fortitude knowledge piety and fear of God he may be as chaste as Joseph a obedient as Isaac as patient as Job as humble and pious as David as wise as Solomon his faith and hope may be as strongas that of Abrahams he may have the constancy of the early maryt and the purity of the holy virgins but ii- he has not also the gift of divine charity he is nothing No one has ever declared this truth with more energy and eloquence than St Paul in the thirteenth chapter of his first Epistle to the Corinthians when he says If I speak with the tongues of men and angels and have not charity I am become as sound ing brass or a tinkling cymbal And ii- I should have prophecy and should know all mysteries and have all knowledge and if I should have all faith so that I could remove mountains and have not chanty I am nothing And if I should distribute alimy goods to feed the poor and if I deliver my body to be burned and have not chanty it profiteth me nothing Such my brothers is apostleThisand approbation of holy mother church This teaching lias been the teaching of her great saints and doctors in every age and clime Saints like St Denis who tells us that charity is the shortest and surest means of uniting ourselves with God Saint Austin who calls charity true perfect and entire justice St Thomas who says that It is the souland the form of every virtue and St Ber nard who measures the greatness and excellence of a soul by the amount of charity that it possesses This great verybeautifullya high degree of charity is great the soul that possesses a small degree of charity is small but the soul sesses no charity at all is nothing Prom these passages it can be easily seen how awfully necessary it is for a person to lbe enriched with this virtue in order acceptnbleInBut my brothers we must not only be in possession of divine charity but we must also practice it In fact not to practice charity and yet maintain that a person has it would be as unreasonable- as if some one were to maintain that although the sun casts its light andheat upon the earth it does not thereby illum inate and warm its plains andvalleys and mountains The practice of charity necessarily and naturally flows from the possession of it Where there is real charity you may always rationally look charityWherecharityitlook for the exercise of itas it would be if you were to try to warm yourselfwhere there is no fire or to quench your thirst beautifullywe have already quoted give expresinn to this same sublime truth Charity is patient is kind charity envieth not upIsis not provoked to anger tbiaketh no evil rejoiceth not in iniquity but reo thingsbellee rtureth all things Charity never falleth away Whether prophieelesshtallhe made n IRISH SOClfIY mRf IORY AOiH-l 4DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice President Newton G Rogers Recording Secretary Mike Tynan Financial Secretary Jtpeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street j Treasurer John Mulloy or-DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William f Meehan Vice President Con J Ford Recording SecretaryfJohn J Sullivan Financial Secretary John T Keanev 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVN4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Tuesdaysat Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly President Robert Gleason Vice President U A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Eveningsipf Each Month President John J Flynn MurphySecondRecording Secretary Jerry King Financial Secretary William Lawler Treasurer Thomas Keenan CaseySentinelTim void or tongues shall cease or knowledge destroyedNow and brothers you soslong You will Snow understand why at the beginning of my address I congratu lated you for belonging to such a society as this a society the very heart and essence of which is charity and because you yourselves if you are to be judged by andfexemplars queen all virtues Go on then in Gods holy name gloriously onward in the course which hitherto you have been pursuing be always the sons and disciples and of holy charity be not unmindful of the many illustrious models of charity with which holy church has furnished you in every age and clime ah what do I say Yes here in your thatfwhile I address you we are assembled hard by the sacred ashes of two of the most glorious apostles of charity who ever lived the saintly Bishops Flaget and Lavialle Yes persevere until the end of your lives in doing good unto all men but especially and as your noble society teaches to the poor and the humble and the lowly and the distressed yourlivesbe oer Jesus Christ our Divine Lord youinwhere sorrow and care and tears are un known and whose peace and happiness and blessedness is so great that it is utterly impossible for the mind or heart or tongue of mortal man to give adequate expression to it on earth God bless you POPE LEO XIII Pope Leo XIII Thursday entered on the twentyfifth year of his pontificate Although the main celebration of the jubilee is postponed until March 3 when the combined festivals of the jubilee and coronation will be observed the day was marked by the singing of a Te Deuni in St Peters and other observances The Pontiff was the recipient of congratula lions from all sides The singing of the Te Deuui in St Peters was the most im pressive in yearsU was conducted by Cardinal Rampolla in the presence of twentyfour Cardinals and forty Bishops The Pontifical noble guard was present in full dress uniform Worn for the first time that day since 1870 Three hundred representatives of Catholic associations the Italian and foreign representatives of the religious orders and 20000 of the spectators also listened to the service At the conclusion of the Te Deum the Holy Father appeared at a window of his apartments and watched the crowd disperse He was saluted by the waving of hats and handkerchiefs During the course of the day the Pope received in audience in the throne room a committee which presented him with aconiniemoca five medal replicas 6f which will be U4eapproaching Biscuits can be war llto be as good as when just baked bj jyilc8g them InII the oven dry cowed with a tie It is a great improvementeyir tine old way of wetting them J D JIJy K 7 WE ARE IN IT Louisville Will Have a Baso ball Team This Year Louisville will have an American As sociation baseball team this year At a meeting of the association last week Omaha was dropped George Tcbeau who conducted the Kansas City club last year was awarded the franchise for a club in this city Mr Tebeau has played baseball with the Cleveland and other clubs in this city in past years and has always regarded this as a good ball town for a winning club as the people will only patronize a good club lIe has sold out his interest in the Kansas City club and will invest his money here in a first class club with which he intends to win the association pennant He has obt tained options for a park is making plans for a grand stand and other requi sites for an uptodate park As soon as the weather permits be expects to begin work so that the park may be completed and everything ready for the opening of the season The American Association will this year have clutJs in Louisville Indianapolis Toledo Columbus Kansas City Milwaukee St Paul and Minne apolis SHORT AND BRIEF Rev Edwin Drury well known in this city is delivering the Lenten sermons iu St Augustines church Lebanon Ky There are 9500 colored Catholics in the Louisville diocese Last year 204 were baptized of whom thirty were adults The largest school for colored children in Kentucky is a Catholic school in Lexington conducted by the Sisters of Nazareth It has2tSO pupils L N Deuibttz the well known attor ney was severely bruised by falling into the cellar at the Y M H A building and has been confined to his home the past week President Lynch of the International Typographical Union was in attendance at the meeting of the American News paper Publishers Association in New York this week to confer regarding renewal of the fiveyear agreement He goes to Pittsburg where he expects to settle the trouble of several years standing and unionize all the newspaper offices The President is a bustler He was in Frank fort two weeks ago advocating the union label on State printing BUCKINGHAM Rice and Bartons famed Rose 11111 Company will be seen at the Bucking haUl Theater next week and is sure to win immediate favor by the brightness and snap of the programme The company is a strong one and among the noticeable features will be the pretty girls of the chorus and the magnificent costumes The vaudeville attractions are among the best seen here this season and the burlesques are new and up to date KNOWN PACTS Doctors In Sweeden lever send bills to their patients They cheerfully accept whatever sums the patients choose to give them Peru holds the record as a mining country She has 2000 mines from which 70000 workmen dig gold silver sulphur coal phosphates quicksilver borax copper and lead In Europe ten out of every 1000 peo pIe are living out of their own country in America 137 out of every 1000 while 300 out of every 1000 Australians were born in some other part of the world America sells nearly three timesas much as she buys Germany buys 250 000000 worth more every year than she sells while Great Britain last year actually bought twice as much as she soldIn France the women teachers elect women members on all Boards of Education In Sweeden women vote for all elective officers except Representatives also indirectly for members of the upper house In Ireland the women vote for the Harbor Boards and Poor Law Guardians and in Belfast for municipal officers In Russia women householders vote for all elective officers and on all local mat ters VENTILATION Great care should be taken when pure air is introduced into a room especially a schoolroom or workshop that it may be evenly diffused and be allowed to per meate every part of the room Assembly rooms of any kind if occupied for any considerable length of tine should have sufficient pure air furnished to displace the contaminated air rapidly and thoroughly Poorly ventilated sleeprooms are great breeders and feeders of disease a ulare the places where wauy meet 1- n ILLUSTRATIONS 1 ENGRAVINGELECTROTYPESJj= ADS ALWAYS OO TO j M MoTHE BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE IIS THESOUTH femoc 534 I Ky n ILLUSTRATIONS FOR CATALOGUE5 NEWSPAPERS PERIODICALSI Etc PATENT OFFICE DRAWINGS ga DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN II- ImI I FK6611a11FwNxNxxxxNxxxxNxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth L rlp ION 121102 Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car WAil riages Furnished for All Occasions 3oo 7reeprnqw BCSr IS rMC CNEJ4PCST Penmctnphin a- nT Q peuri tlf1hITote ra7t 7vptnd 91gfljfeSeven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President IGSOllSOlltidilOJulia 1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who fbIn classes now GEflRSON A Complete Assortment of the Latest Styles and Hest Makes of Cooking and Heati- ngSTOVES Cast and Steel Ranges TELEPHONE 821 214 Market Street Near Second JJOHN BRODERICK 432 to 449 E Main St Louisville KENTUCKY WAGONH FACTORYI SIANUFACtURKS Platform Spring Dump Wagons and Carl Farm Plantation and Spring Wag ons Carts Drays Etc MudTem pering Wheels Mud and Brick Wheelbarrows Work guaranteed SCHUCK WYMAN SALOON POOL ROOM and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnut A place where you can get something good to eat day or nightICHAS SCHUCK SIXTH AND WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot lunch day and night death without knowing what was the matter Sleepingrooms should never be without fresh air facilities awl should not he occupied R lemnll time without- having lieu thoroughly ventilatedI l I fI WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out LOW RATES FOR COLONISjSf TO THE f West and NorthwestV- IA Big Four Route Commencing March 1 1902 and daily until April 30 1002 one way second class OgdenSpokaneother points in the West and Northwest will be on sale at very low rates from all points on the Big Four STOP OVERS- will be allowed at certain points within certain1 limits For full iufofawtioH ami particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents II Big Four Route or JLVl1chAgent W P Dcnpe Asatotatit GeMnri Passenger iand Ticket Agentl CiaeiU iwti O A 51 Oats kwral ArMl Levkv NtKl I J n- n fi r ENTUOKY XftIH A1VI33iII0A1 7 r CONFIRMATIONS Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has announced the dates for confirmation services at a number of the local Catholic churches which will begin Sunday March 10 at St Johns Clay and Wal nut On May 4 the Bishop will confirm at St Patricks anti on May l3at the Cathedral LECTURE AT FAIRFIELD Rev Father Boland delivered a lecture in St Michaels church Fairfield Ky last Sunday which was highly appre ciated by the large congregation Father Boland is a young priest beloved by his people The choir under direction of Prof S Simpson rendered fine music on the occasion Mr Harry Soete of Louisville singing a bass solo SATOLLI COUNCIL Satolli Council Y M I has made rapid strides since the beginning of the year Numbers of the best young men in the city are becoming members and the council is now arranging for a great smoker for those initiated since January 1 At the last regular meeting the degrees were conferred upon Messrs William Hetterman Charles Fedler Joseph Francies Jr George H Francies Frank G Clerget William Miller John McIntyre and Henry Lancaster l resident Sullivan and Secretary Crotty are determined Satolli shall be in front when the Grand Council meets here R i Vd Q t tY WN a + 3 H 1 1 II WAIT FOR J BACON SONSsJJ- i I i i j iI BIG WHITE SALEI I Beginning Monday MorningrI r February 24 at 8 Oclock j I The Bargain Event of the Season I Iiy Bet Third and Fourth MARKET STREET Bet Third and Fourth jj- i4 Ji i W M 1 M s 4 K I uu H II 1111 III I I IIHHH 111 IH+HN IIHIH+HI DR W HENDRICKS DENTIST s i Formerly with Dr L A Broriug announces to liisj patrons the opening of his new office at I- fcfc No 444 12 West Market Street I OVER KRAMERS HAT STORE Where he will be pleased to see his friends Open daily from 8 a m to 9 pm Sundays 8 to 12 a in 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Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 CHAE OTTE RoUSSEE Finest quality all sizes 25c 35c 60c and up Individuals per dozen fiOc 4Trythem You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order Capacity 1600 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 STATIONERS The Bradley Gilbert Co rmrNCOaraestntnTi Box ManUfacturers Q PaperEP ml TrpwrHtr trKtftklkr- TrptWHtr SuffHtt Ribbon elector M Uichlnii BOOKSELLERSemf TIM and Oran Sea LOUISVILLE KY +1141II t I I II1lHI II1UI J rtlEIl1 1ttNl + K RB rTHOMPSONM FLORIST JIJMIlJft lY TIUZfnONK toao- tt Wwt J Nn1wrLSIIce Ky + u I T J IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mr OHees has been appointed Gov ernor cf Wexford jail iu succession to Mr Morrow retired on pension At Mallow the man Sheehan who was arrested while attempting to perpetrate a sacrilegious robbery at Kanturk Catholic church was returned for trial to the next assizesA convention for South Down to select a candidate in place of Mr McCartan M P who is seeking the Chittern Hundreds was held at Mays bridge near Newry on February 11 On Sunday morning a Jarge flax mill at Irvinestowii belonging to Capt DArcy Irvine was burrjed to the ground The origin of the fire is unknown The fire took place before the workmen were on the premises- A young girl named Jane Mehard was admitted to the Royal Hospital Belfast suffering from severe burns caused by her clothes catching fire at her parents residence in Ardgowan street On Satur day the little girl succumbed loher in juriesOn Friday night a fire broke out in the premises of Mr Kevitt a fanner and milkman at Greenbatter near Drogheda Before it was got under control two pikes of hay and a pike of straw and a quantity of potatoes and turnips were burned as well as the stables and outoffices Michael Glennon United Irish League organizer Leixlip has been served with summons to appear at the Abbeyleir sessions He is charged with intimida tion and is called upon to enter into ball to be of good behavior The alleged offense is said to have taken place at a meeting held on December 22 at Abbey leix A Waterford correspondent wires I regret to announce the death of Miss Kate Flynn proprietress of the Weston Hotel at Tramore and sister of the esteemed pastor of Bally bricken Water ford the Rev P F Flynn The de ceased lady had b en in indifferent health for some time past and her death was not altogether unexpected- On the occasion of the silver jubilee in the priesthood of the Rev William S Donegan an interesting celebration took place at Lucati An address of congratu tion was presented to Father Donegan on behalf of the parishioners the houses were illuminated a torchlight procession took place through the streets and a magnificent display of fireworks was givenDuring Tuesday night the dwelling house of John Johnston farmer of Kii malogue Kings county was burned to the ground nothing but the bare walls re maining It is alleged to have lxen malicious The occurrence has created as much indignation in the district as surprise Johnston being a man of the highest respectability and known on all sides of the country for his good neigh borly qualities At Itautry quarter sessions the only criminal case for disposal was a charge of attempted suicide in which the prisoner who was certified to have been insane at the time was allowed out on his own recognizance Among the licensing alb plications was one Jiy the Tourist Development Company for a license during the tourist season for the refreshment rooms at Bantry terminus which was granted without opposition Within the past fortnight no less than five cases of death from burns took place in Limerick The latest case is that of a boy named John Flanuery aged about two years whose parents reside In Broad street The child during the temporary abstnce of his mother from the house accidentally fell Into the fire and died as the result of his Injuries at OarriuRtona Hospital In her endeavor to extricate the child from the fire the mother got badly burned A sad case of drowning occurred in Belfast Lough by which n man natued Robert Scott lost tils life It appears that the deceased who IIs said to reside at l101C1Ilows la the yawll which acts M tender tiy tome means he fell ovetlxvml whoa boat gave a sudden turch The IIhe sad ft pilot throw out two of the- QAf bnt he was waaWi taiMck thtm AN sift wit PatwHu llea- waaittty years whe was a tsihlM far bh pm atkee yssw st Kin flair nut- wNlr a aslatw Mctfisat fy wWwWWlJ Wl Q 1 Monday afternoon She is believed to have been airing her cap at the fire when somehow her clothes caught alight and despite her loud screams for help she was badly burned about the limbs and body before the flames were extinguished The old woman is now lying in a serious condition at St Michael Hospital Kingstown- A Birr correspondent writes A melan choly accidentwith unhappily fatal consequencesoccurred on Saturday night at Killyon near Belmont a station on the Clara and Banagher railway line A young man named John Gunning son of Henry Gunning R D C was return ing home carrying n grin which had been loaded and left incautiously at full cock when the trigger was caught by the upright of the wicket gate and the con tents discharged in the young mans face with fatal results News reached Waterford that the sot of the diver employed by the Harbor Commissioners a native of Cork was drownedat Checkpoint The circum stances as far as have been ascertained are that this young man and two others were proceeding in a boat towards a sub merged wreck at which the deceaseds father was engaged The boat capsized with the result that notwithstanding the efforts of those who came to their assist ance the divers son sank to rise no more and the other two were rescued with the greatest difficulty The fiftieth annual general meeting of the patrons and members of the Cork Young Mens Society was held on Sun day when a satisfactoryt report and statement of accounts were read and adopted His Lordship Moot Rev Dr OCallahan Bishop of Cork presided and there was a large attendance of clergy and laity Interesting speeches were delivered byHis Lordship Rev P J Dowline the Lord Mayor High Sheriilelect Roche M J Stapleton and A M Cole J P Much interest was added to the proceedings by the goldenjUbileeA remarkable story of audacity was told at the Belfast Police Court when David Wilson was charged with burglari ously entering the counting bouse of T J Davidson When Constable Maguire went to the premises Wilson opened the door and affably wished him good morn ing He raid that he was the watchman as there had been so many burglaries lately He took the Constable in and showed him round the building pointing out the extensive nature of the stock and the need for keeping a careful watch There were discrepancies in the story however so Maguire at the conclusion of the personally conducted tour took Wilson into custody with the result that he is now committed for trial at the assizesOn Sunday a meeting was held at Kil ronan Arran Island to take steps for the erection of a new chapel at Kiloran For many years mass was celebrated on Sundays and holidays in an old schoolhouse The inhabitants according to their means are prepared to contribute gener ously but this must fall far short of the necessary funds It is hoped the public will assist as all who have ever visited Arran have noticed the great want of a suitable place of worship and many who have read of the Arran Island will mar vel that in his all these years no effort was made to provide suitable ncconioda tlon for the celebration of mass in an Island of Saints lather Farrngher presided at ttie meeting and expressed a hope that the charitable public who nobly responded1 to his appealfriends wiry 1000 on behalf of the of the drowned fishermen and replaced the lost boats will not full to assist In the laudable project which his parishioners and himself arc now about to undertake RESOLUTIONS OF HHSPECT At their lilt meeting Mackin Council No 201 Y M L adopted the following Whereas It hat pleased Almighty GOt to take from our midst our beloved brother Jacob IUa therefore be It Resolved That In the death of our brother we feell deeply the lou of one who was a faithful member end beloved by us aU Resolved that the sympathy of Macklu Council No 203 Y M I11U hereby extetwle l to hU bereaved rela tivea i Resolve TKM a copy of these rwl tiowa bo seat la We1 relative ami that they Ibe sf1a4 span lUo minutia of MacklH CvwMtl awl published In the Kcalncky i sMAwNrtcana KtMlw That iwr cbattur tbe draped for a fMi fcMrty igraa M a mark of rt wwct M rw tffjMiiry o our klrttf ll r t est I II = 11 o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes All Hibernians are invited to the Doer meeting at Music Hall tonight- A bazar under the patronage of Division 7 of Lynn and the Ladies Auxiliary will be held in April Hibernians regret the illness of John Kilkenny of Division 3 who is suffering from threatened typhoid fever The Hibernians of Hampden county Mass will hold a field day on July 4 Among the attractions will be Gaelic gamesDivision 64 is one of the most progres sive in Philadelphia scarcely a meeting passing without the initiation of new membersMilwaukee Hibernians contributed generously to the fund being raised tc transfer the remains of Father OGrownej to Ireland The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 37 of Boston initiated ten candidates February 14 A ball wilt be given by the auxiliary and division March 17 Division 4 of Roxbury Mass enter tamed COO guests at the nununl concert and ball among the number being many county and division officers Divisions 1 2 and 4 meet next week Those who have candidates awaiting initiation should accompany them to libernian Hall next Tuesday evening President Michael Mooney of Division 72 of Boston was given a gold watch chain and charm by the division at its annual concert and ball two weeks ago One hundred and fifty strong and wearing their badger the members of Division 42 of Philadelphia attended the funeral of one of their brothers recently at the Jesu church Michael Hehirs friends will be pleased to learn that the injuries sustained by him last week are not so serious as was reported He was thrown from his wagon and severely bruised The Hibernians of Spokane Wash have generously decided to donate the proceeds of their St Patricks day entertainment to the building fund of the new Catholic church The National Secretary demands that nil State and county reports be in his hands March 1 and division officers who have not yet forwarded their reports should do so immediately Division 68 of Boston will observe the feast of Irelands patron saint on St Patricks night by holding an entertain ment in Fellowship Hall It will have as guests the Ladies Auxiliary- A concert and lecture under the patronage of Division 14 of Providence R I will be held on Sunday March 16 The lecturer will be Thomas P Cooney and his subject The Irishman in the United States from 1848 to 1898 Division 7 of Trenton N J has decided to hold a fair in Taylor Opera louse Assembly Rooms during the week beginning April 20 Committees have been appointed and are now perfecting the arrangements Generosity to a marked extent has- been evidenced by Divisions 1 and 2 of Dayton Ohio Division 1 having donated 1100 to the St Elizabeth Hospital while Iivision 2 donated fSO to the same Initi ation That both the Rifts were apprecl sled goes without saying The members of Division 4 Ancient Onler of IIibernlats who have not yet made returns of tickets for the dance given on January 21 will please do so at the meeting on February 20 by sending money or tickets as the committee wishes to make a report to the division Tine social given recently under the usplcta of the division at Bellefontalne Ohio proved a grand success and the nice sum of f100 was realized for the church MISS Julia Iogartr William Tynan and Mme Tralun were the lucky prize winners of the evening The hall was beautifully decorated ruff the green was very much In evidence The IUbcraUu la Montana certainly flourish They have their own uuxulfi ant ball known os Illbmlan flail lu suite the beat btilMlog In tUo city Ire otr debt DlrUlon a U shout to build- another belt and blab costing fWOHO fur lu own W tlwy towluct their mselinglie a asst buyaeskk tnauner- fur Mr are all trultvilI t nkU f to the WM IroN I JJ Lyn M ta JS UrvK a Iket dakla ttcwi4eH4 CII tvklow f lo- Ndwrit H w- tift hu Jlilta Ot fcj a awl faulUuliJitranf T r JLJlr i1 alij 4IM JTTW Wnff M ff wwwyi L CHURCH TO IB WESSI S the new St Auguttlnt church for colored people 1omltciitli and IliMil war will IKJ blessedl on Hitml y morning April 01 the tight Hey IKnliop Me Clmkey offSctMlng HplendM jirogteM tins been made unit wisest complete It will IIK n liandnome church building SPRINfl PLANS The Married Womens Club of Holy Trinity church New Albany had an Interesting meeting last Sunday utter noon During the past few tnonthi they have given tunny pleasing entertain menu and raised goodly sums for church purposes Plans for the spring and summer were discussed And are now under consideration The ladies will shortly announce their programme MEMORIAL SERVICES Memorial services of the I O R M will be held tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock nt Macauleys Theater The chief address will be delivered by lion Thomas II walls of Montgomery Ala Great Junior Sagamore of the United States A musical and vocal programme will be rendered by some of the best local talent after which a brief address will be delivered by Robert W Dingham of this city The public in general is cordially invited I HowIlIl It AreYour I Teeth I 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