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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t W KENTUCKY JRuAMuRIcANVOLUME VIIINO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH S 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS HONOR STI PATRICK Hibernian Celebration at Ma cauleys Next Sunday Evening I k Programme Eloquence MusicjiI and Song For Irelands Patron Saint The Hon Matt ODoherty Will Deliver the Principal Address IT WILL BE A MEMORABLE EVENT The committees in charge are actively at work completing arrangements for the celebration in honor of St Patricks lay by the Ancient Order of Ilibernians at Macauleys Theater Sunday evening March 16 During the past week the committee has pushed things and last night the County Board met at Dougherty Keenans office to review and perfect everything so that nothing will be overlooked to make the entertainment thoroughly appropriate and pleasing to all who honor Ireland and her patron saint The programme Is not fully completed but we can summerize in advance The address will be by Hon Matt ODoherty who needs no introduction as he is known to be earnest and devoted to the subject eloquent and capable of presenting it in a manner fitting and pleasing to his hearers The Hibernian chorus will sing Wear ing of the Green The well known null popular Lieut Thomas Fitgibbons is down for a song Miss Annie Cleary will give n recita lion The entertainment will be interspersed with vocal selections by Misses Julia C Kelly Josephine Hocrtz lily Senf Julia Kelly Mr James Cronin Mr Sylvester Doyle duels by Miss Josephine Hocrts and Mrs Will Meehan and Messrs Edwin Sabrce and John Green Mis1 Julia C Kelly will he accompanist pianoariCk au iiir aTe44lY Mulloys 010 West Market where reserved seats can be secured As there will be a large attendance our friends should not fail to get their tickets and reserve seats in advance during the week and thus avoid the rush At the rehearsals held during the weekII much progress was made These will be continued until next Friday night which insures an entertainment that will delight the lovers of the highest class of Irish music and literature The County Hoard of Directors will next week select those who are to occupy seats on the stage during thedelivery of the address by Hon Matt ODoherty Over in Jeffersonville the anniversary of St Patrick will be celebrated under the auspices of the Ancient Order ofI Hibernians on Monday night March 17 4at Spieths Theater with an elaborate programme The Hibernian Dramatic Society composed of time leading young ladies and gentlemen of the city will present a drama which they have had under rehearsal for several months The rendition will be a pleasant surprise to the friends of the young people many of whom are possessed of talent of a high order A number of well known people of Louisville have volunteered their sere vices for the occasion and there is no doubt that every seat in the theater will be occupied when the curtain rises The Jeffersonville division will make special arrangements for the comfort and enter tainment of their Louisville friends to whom they extend a cordial invitation to celebrate with them in honor of the patron saint of their great order AWFUL WIND STORM Handsome Monuments in St Louis Cemetery Are Destroyed The most destructive storm that has visited Louisville since the great touado of twelve years ago occurred on Friday evening of last week It passed through r the eastern part of the city doing the most damage to St Louis cemetery and then passing over Crescent Hill and outward toward Pewee Valley The veloc ity of the wind was sixty miles an hour but fortunately the storm lasted less than five minutes otherwise the damage would have been incalculable Fortu nately no lives were lost though a numII ber of narrow escapes were reported Handsome monuments were laid low in St Louis cemetery The lodge at the entrance where Superintendent George Holland resides was stripped of its chimneys and otherwise injured and the Superintendent who was blown over headforemost only saved himself by re maining on the ground and holding to aII post until the storm hind spent its fury The damage clone iu the cemetery will aggregate over 10000 Forty fine mon uments were blown over and shattered among them sonic of the handsomest and most costly in the cemetery First to fall was the Deppen monument find sevenfoot statue of Christ instantly followed by those of Bernard lUltericb Michael Queenan Anthony Zertlola 0 Jeremiah Crowley John Hoertz Thomas Pemherton Michael Finnegan Michael Becker John Mayer John Reed Thomas Leahy John II Leonard Annie Ford Frank Reeder Adam Bishop John A Dorsey and Mary Hammond ranging iit value from 200 to 3600 Many tree were uprooted before it passed through the cemetery Superintendent Holland has set to work to repair the damage as far as possible The path of the Storm widthlBASE BALL Grounds For Louisville Club Secured by Manager Tebeau Base ball enthusiasts are elated that groundsatfor his Louisville team in the American Association This will be the most con venient park the city ever had and can be reached by several lines of cars A force of men has been put to work fence ing in the grounds and a grand stand to cost 110000 modern in every respect and containing chairs will be erected as soon as the weather will permit The grand stand will have a seating capacity of about 3000 and the bleachers 4000 Manager Tebeau has secured a strong team and hopes to land the pennant for Louisville The schedule meeting took place last Saturday at Chicago The season will open April 23 Louisville playing Kansas City on the home grounds The home team has secured ten Sundays and the Fourth ofJuly and plays at Indianapolis on Decoration and Labor days There will be two ladles days each week which will add greatly to the popularity of the sport The Louisville team will close the season onI the home grounds with twentyone straight games playing the last one onI Sunday August 31 i ST WILLIAMISI Ladles to Give Supper and Concert For the Church After Easter The ladies of St Williams c n regajj tion at Thirteenth and St Louis avenue are planning a supper to be given at St Peters Hall Sixteenth and Gallagher Ap1i14j anti l1nc S u tl y tJy ti I day following Easter In addition to the I supper there will be a good musical pro gramme and the supper itself will be a I feast All of the good things will be provided J and each one will be allowed toI satisfy the inner man The tickets have been placed at the low price of fifteen cents and all charitably inclined persons should attend and add their mite to help j along the pastor the Rev Denis Murphy 1 in his labors to build up n thriving con e gregatlonJ1AFTER LENT I Those persons who were so fortunate as I to attend any of the entertainments given by the CliftoCrescent Club will no doubt j be pleased to learn that the club will give 1 a postLenten euchre and refreshments at I Music Hall on Thursday afternoon aUilff evening April 3 The reputation thisII countycity club composed of citizens of Clifton and Crescent Hill has earned for J entertaining insures a most pleasant and I enjoyable evening The affair is under l the management of the following Chairmen 1 of committees Mrs Montague Miss Nellie Donohue T H Merimce Edward Burk A lot of handsome prizes have been obtained for the fortunate ones I to select from I 4 S ANOTHER ASSISTANTI Rev John J Neafsey has been assigned to St Patricks church as assistant to Rev Father Crotin and hereafter that congregation will have the services of three priests Father Neafsey is a young clergyman of great promise He was ordained at Seton Hall South Orange j N J on February 9 by Right Rev John OConnor D D and during his studies l in the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception ranked high in all classes l LECTURE FOR CHARITY Rev William Dunn who bears a fine reputation as a pulpit orator has con sented to deliver a lecture at St Louis Bertrands church on Sunday evening March 10 the proceeds to be turned over to the St Vincent de Paul Society Thisjj l great charitable organization has relieved I ninny worthy people found in distress t during the past severe winter and as the I calls are many it is hoped a handsome sum will be realized I KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS I I The National Council has been in ses sion in New Haven Conn the past few days Supreme Knight Ed L Hearn of Massachusetts presiding All reports show the order to be in a prosperous con 1 ditlon growing steadily in all parts of I the country but particularly in the West According to Supreme Secretary Cot j wells report there are now C09 councils with 32790 insured members and 40010 j associate members 4 I IMPROVING I Rev Dean Puller whose serious illness was announced last week has improved greatly during the past few days The venerable rector of St Marys church I is loved by all classes cud every citizen of New Albany hopes for his speedy re coyer a r f n EMMETS MEMORY Ls+ l Honored With Appropriate Exercises afa Great Gathering of Sons of Ire Afe land and IrishAmericans at the Hibernian Hall Last Thursday Evening Thomas Walsh in Eloquent Words Tellsf the Martyrs Splendid Qualities of Mind and Heart and Soul and His Heroic Devotion to His CountryI 1 IRISHAMERICAN ISOGIETYS ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT OF FRIENDS The celebration of the anniversary of Robert Emmet Irelands patriot martyr under the auspices of the IrishAmerican Society al Hibernian Hall last Thursday night attracted such a gathering that many were unable to gain admission Sons of the Emerald Isle and their de scendants began arriving early and when President Flynn ascended to the chair every available inch of space was occupied Messrs John Chester Dennis Minogue and J J Casey had per fected a programme that was indeed ape propriate to the occasion and the IrishAmerican Society has again ad ded immensely to its popularity with the citizens of Louisville The feature of the evening was the eloquent and scholarly address of Thomas Walsh the well known laywer from which we take the following extracts Taking Into consideration Ills youth his genius Ills splendid qualities of mind and heart and soul and his heroic devotion to Ihis country Robert Emmet was uti iiiiRtlonnlly one of the greatest patriotic martyrs tliqt ever sacrificed his Ufa upon the altar at Ills country Today thin fact Is recognized the world over anti his nnmo and tame are coextcnslva with tlio boundaries of human freedom and anacknowledged lby every people wherever human is cherished and human rights revere For my own part whenever I see the flutteringInever I hear 13rlnB martial music resound lag tothatrum etnnd the drum L think of tho dark and pathetic end of poor 1m mortal Robert Emmet I think his ooundless generosity in converting h sown private fortune Into arms and am munition with which ho equipped his fol lowers for tho Held D think of the ten der ties of home kindred and friends which ho severed to engage In that un equal struggle with England I think of the anguish of soul he must have suf fared when he came to bid farewell for the last time to the beloved one of his heart that he loved better than all else In this world beside save his own dear country and which was returned by her In measure a hundred told Her father opposed her devotion to Emmet and her friends besought her to rellqulsh him but to all their entreaties and pleadings she replied that she would never desert him this side of the churchyard and the grave and she never did What think you my friends must have been his feelings when parUng with her for tho last time he going to die the depth of an alleged traitor upon the scat fold she going to live on alone In the desolation of her soul until her break Ing heart could stand the strata no long er and death should close this mortal scene forever When they burled Robert Emmet side by side with his countrymen In his win dowless palace of rest In tho beautiful White city of the dead they burled her broken heart In the grave with him She lived on for a time it is true but her loving heart was dead and burled there with Emmet Thereafter she became a lingering shadow of the great tragedy that had entered Into her life and thence forth she passed from scene to seen among tho living like a ghostly moon beam passes from hill to hill at midnight and slowly disappears The sound of song and muslo became bitter to her soul because somehow she know not why it brought back to her nchlng heart the mournful memory of Emmet and this tilled her with the pangs of absolute despair Again she could see him turn his eyes for the last time upon her own again sho could hear the stirring tones of his Inspiring voice and again she could see the tears streaming down his face as ho waved her his last farewell and again the whole scene closed in the ngonles of death the scaffold and the graveThereafter halls of festival and mirth luxurious scenes of splendor pomp and music set to entrancing measures of revelry and joy had no charms for her They became in fact so discordant to her feelings that oho usually retired train them into quiet retreats of melancholy light and silence and there in the Goth semane of her proken heart she would often pour forth her soul in the resist less eloquence of woe Thus she lin gored on for a few yearslthen passed away in tho land some sweet declining star of evening that tho hills at sunset and vanishesforever Thus she went henco Into tho great beyond to join the sainted and herolo dead that had preced ed her and there waited for her coming Robert Emmet possessed a soul as lof ty as the towering peak of some great mountain but in this woman ho found a kindred soul equally as lofty us his own Ella fame shall last as long as time and liberty endure while her name beautifully blended and entwined with his II lustrlouH memory shall likewise survive forever His tame has been proclaimed to the world by booming cannon shout- Ing multitudes slut thousands marching on his natal tiny io the martial muslo of his own green tale while hers has been proclaimed to every land by the tender pst music the sweetest and the saddest verso and the most pathetic narratives that heart has over spoken toheart when both arc about to break and separate npplaudIhoshall weep over their dark and tragic ends I do nor exaggerate when I say that Robert Emmet was one of the bravest and ono of the most exalted characters that has ever appeared In tho history of any nation In any ago or clime He by the Inherent native grandeur of his soul ascended tho precipitous and dlf flcMilt steeps of tho moral sublime and hers upon their sllm11lt he stands to day Ilka an angel of liberty looking down upon lifes stormy sea and upon tho troubled shores of time Nearly 100 years have elapsed since he passed by but his steadilyincreasing gathellnglnIotnutyrolls along Ilka some mnjostlo river that deepens anti broadens Its channel ns It novas steadily toward its appointed end bristlinglinestor their country their altars and their homes thei aounclaf mho namo otEm met thrills them like a splendid burt of miiBlo on the eve df battle and nerves them for the onset No single name In the history of Ireland today doss mo- rtokHpaUve the love of liberty and J u 10 r o of country In every Irlahx earl than the name of Emmet ii despisingFngland matter canhelpmembers nil the wrongs Extortions nnd outrages that for tho last TOO years she hUB heaped upon Ireland In that time sho has swung and quartered every man like Emmet that dared ito lift un his voice and his arm In pehalt ot the rights and Justice of his people She has sent them to the ggllows and tho todesolatecast them into dungeons of midnight hor and she has shot them down In therorh ways and the byways as she Is do- Ing the Boers today She confiscated the lands goods and chattels of the Irish people without any more cause for doing BO than you or I would have to become burglars at this Instant and to rob murder and plunder the sleepIng Inhabitants of this town tonight At the same time she Inaugurated tho penal code and a system of tyranny and oppression which produced cruelties almost equal to those earlyChrlstiuns theIrishuntil men women amid culdren starved overywhernthroughtnmtfrom drawn until dark men and women shrunken of limb hollow tfififace and eye and tottering of form jlgtved drudged mid slaved under the BlliiRlnK lash of KiiRland8 Iron masters pad then they could not derive profit enungli from their inhere to keen themselves and their chil Ionhrlvple1tottered along time pnbllahlghways and died of famine nnd of want In the meantime their English lords and mas ters lived in palaces and castles clothed themselves In iurplol andtne linen mind rolled along thasamoItghways Inn rich dyIngEngland ligion upon the Irish people but in this effort she completely failed for the Irish people spurned her religion as they would spurn the leprosy and Hinging it back Into her teeth they defied her In all her to enforce It upon them Ire flower sons and daughters said that they would rather die in dungeons on scaffolds In chains or on the block than to live in all the pomp and affluence which England could give them coupled with the condition that they should em brace her religion Thus In the most Important of all matters Ireland tri umphed then and still triumphs today In the full enjoyment of the possession ofreligionIn facts my friends Is it any wonder that Irishmen the world over have no love for England and would willingly toll on forever to revenge the wrongs of centuries and to restore Ire land to her original native power Is it any wonder after all that Robert Em met with those wrongs of ages burn Ing in his soul sacrificed his life in his effort to revenge them and to redeem his country He would never rest sat Is lied until he could see his country free nor should we as descendants and Inher itors of his heroic blood rest contented until wo see the daWn of a better and a brighter day for Ireland and the lib eratlon of her people When at last this dawn comes in a burst of light break Ing through the departing clouds of Ire land we shall then write the epitaph of nobert Emmet on tho gateways of that dawn We shall sing to him In To Deums of triumph and we shall swing banners of victory above his grave Others who spoke were Rev Thomas White who declared himself always glad to be with Irishmen and the sons of Irish menJeremiah Kavanagh one of the most prominent Irishmen in Kentucky during the Land League days was given a rousing ovation when presented by President Flynn He spoke eloquently upon time efforts and struggles for liberty made by the sons of Erin for all nations and for which they have no regrets Johu Bar rett followed calling attention to the struggle going on in the Philippines and paying a glowing tribute to Aguinaldo commending him for what he had done in behalf of his people Treasurer Thomas Keenau who is also County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernian complimented the society on the success of its celebration and urged those not members to make appli cation as did also exPresident Joe Neviti who with Father+ White occupied seats with Chairman Flynn Mr Keenau extended a cordial invitation to all to attend the St Patricks day celebration at Macauleya Theater and enjoy the pleasure of hearing another eloquent Irish orator lion Matt ODoherty Jerry Kavanagh Jr nnd John Kelly closed the speaking the witty but sen sible remarks of the latter putting all on edge for the refreshments and smoke that were to follow The Roman punch was served by Sam Cross who had charge of the temporary cafe The crowd lingered until midnight enjoying themselves with song story and a smoker that it is to be hoped will recur annually STRONGEST ARGUMENT What is considered in labor circles as the strongest argument in favor of trades unions ever published is contained in a table of vital statistics compiled by President G W Perkins of the cigar makers union The article covers a periodloftcnyeraRnligives the num ber and ca erof death of mencbere of the organization in that time Of the u reported deaths in 1890 it shows that I 19 per cent were due to consumption and measlure workshops In 1805 the per consumption per cent and this was again reduced in 1000 to 33 per cent a decrease of 10 per cent in ten years The average length of life of members of the organization has increasedsixyears within a decade and what is considered even more remarkable is the fact that the length of lives of wives and mothers of members has increased eight years within the same period SHOCKING FATALITY John Murrays Head Severed toFrom His Body- Thursday John Murray n popular brakeman on the Louisville Nashville railroad met with n shocking death Thursday morn ing at Brooks Station not far from this city Ills train was coming to this city but had switched to a siding to allow the regular morning accommodation to pass Murraytiltl a fatal slip falling directly in front of the driving wheels which passed over him and severed the head from his body almost as completely as though cut with a knife The head was picked up and placed on the platform and later it and the body were placed on the train and brought to this city John Murray was known as a careful railroad man and the news of the dis tressing fatality was received with ex pressions of sincere sorrow upon all sides A sad feature of the case is that he leaves a wife and young daughter to mourn his loss His funeral will take place today from the family residence 807 Cawthon street srPALESTINE Commercial Progress Devel oping and Modernizing the Holy Land Mr Ernest L Harris United States Consul at Jerusalem in a recent report thus sums up the progress of modern commerce and facilities in the Holy Laud During the past decade Palestine has shown unmistakable signs of progress much of which is to be attributed to German enterprise German colonists merchants and horticulturists are awakening that part of the Levant from a leth argy of a thousand years Three years ago a German bank was established in Jerusalem with a branch in Yafa which exchanged 15000000 in 1001 The waters of time Dead Sea where no rudder had been seen for centuries are now being plied by German motor boats A direct line of communication has thus been opened up between Jerusalem and Kerak the ancient capital of the land of Moab which still commands the caravan routes leading across the Arabian desert There is no doubt but German enterprise will also exploit the phosphate fields situated on both sides of the Jordan when transportation facilities shall have been sufficiently developed to insure success to the undertaking The great plain of the Hotirau the granary of Syria forms the hinter land or back country of Palestine The railroad from Beirut to Damascus is said to he in financial difficulties Twelve months ago the German consul at Damascus in a report to his govern ment advised his countrymen to buy not only this railroad but the unfinished HaifaDamascus railroad as well Were Germany to acquire these lines and con nect them with a railroad running front Damascus to some point on the projected Bagdad route she would be in a position to practically monopolize the trade of Palestine and Asia Minor OLDER THAN CANTERBURY Clonfert cathedral in County Galway is one of the smallest cathedrals iu time in the three kingdoms It was founded as far back as the year 558 thirtynine years before St Augustine landed in England and tuna before Canterbury cathedrall York Minvter Westminster I G u abbey or Westchester cathedral St Brendan the navigator the founder o Clonfert cathedral is credited with hay- lug landed in America in the sixth century The cathedral was burned six times between the years 7441179 It was plundered three times between the years 9491605 In the year 1541 it was almost totally destroyed Bishop Woolley re paired the cathedral in 1664 It is a wonder that anything ancient has remained Clonfert is now not even a village but at one time it was a cele brated place There were as many as three thousand students there at on time SPLENDID RESULTS How the Dominican ChurchI Debt Is Being Wiped Out Fourteen hundred dollars indebted nesss wiped out in four months SuchI was the gratifying report made by the recently organized Debt Paying Associa lion of St Louis Bertrands church at the regular monthly meeting held in the school tall Monday night The splendidd work done by the collectors has enthused the entire parish Iud the indications are that the monthly contributions will con time to grow in amount until one note at least can be canceled every four weeks The Dominican church is one of the largest and most beautiful in the city and tinny improvements have been made since Rev Father Fowler became prior Under his excellent management these were paid for without incurring any in debtedness and it is the hope of the con gregation that the good work doing by the Debt Paying Association will be crowned by the consecration to God of the handsome edifice before many years elapseCONDITION CRITICAL J E Kelly Contracted Pul monary Disease in tho Philippines The many friends of John Ktnmet Kelly will learn with regret of his critical illness at the home of his father John Kelly 721 Twentyseventh street Young Kelly was n soldier in the Spanish American war moth in Cuba and the Philippines While in the latter he con tracted pulmonary troubles the result of irel1livesi lion A POPULAR APPOINTMENT The Board of Safety has appointed Tom McKiernan a well known Lime rick boy to a position in the fire alarm telegraph service Toms many friends pro congratulating him on his good for tune and predict a rapid rise for him PAROCHIAL SCHOOL Rev John T OConnor rector of Holy Name church South Louisville was this week granted a permit to erect a new 10000 school building on tbelot adjoin ing the church James Gaffney is the architect and when completed the build- Ing will he one of time finest in the city I DOING NICELY Mrs Susan Dougherty who suffered the misfortune of falling vat Fifth and Market streets while returning from services at the Cathedral sustaining a broken hip is resting easily at her home 724 West Market street She is making rapid progress toward recovery for one of her advanced years PERRY SIGNS Edmund Perry who caught the entire season for the champion James ball team last year has signed a contract to play with the strong team at Greenville Miss His many friends are elated over his success and they do not hesitate in pre dicting a bright future for him on the green diamond TOMORROW The joint committee recently ape pointed by the local councils of the Young Mens Institute to arrange for the entertainment of the next Grand Council will meet at Trinity Hall East Gray street tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock Chairman Sullivan will have unary suggestions to submit and urges the members to be present PAT BANNON OUT Patrick Bannons host of friends were glad to again see him out Tuesday after an illness that confined him to his home for several weeks Mr Bannou though near three score and ten is still actively engaged in business one of his most successful enterprises being the manu facture of tiling which he has carried on for the past orty years WOMAN PHOTOGRAPHER A woman photographer who gives as much thought to each portrait she makes asjtny portrait painter says that she has a peculiar feeling in peering through time camera of looking into the souls of the sitters Some people are able to stand this Lad she likes them better after they have been put to the test while others iShe does not like as well She sees what the untouched photograph often reveals the true character of the sitter unsoftened by color and with all portraitinterin a portrait which the world has never suspected in the subject N 7- RY +r HOME RULE Unless Granted to Ireland Will Work Ruin of English Government Redmond Addresses the Irish ateFinsbury Middlesex Groans Greet Mention of Names of Lord RoBohory null Wyndliam THE IRISH PARTY KNOWS ITS MIND John Redmond Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary party was the principal speaker Wednesday night at a largely attended and enthusiastic United Irish League demonstration at Finsbury Middlesex where there is a pronounced sentiment in favor orhome rule for Ire land During the course of his remarks the great Irish lead t saiil that the Irish party was apparently the only party in Parliament today which knew its ova mind and was not torn by internal dis sensions His every reference to Premier Salisbury Chief Secretary for Ireland Wyndham Lord Rosebery and H II Asquith M P was greeted with groans and hisses according to the press dispatches from London Chairman Redmond further said that the demands of those in favor of home rule were moderate and reasonable Far from English legislators being able to pigeonhole home rule or wipe itoff the slate it would remain the speaker said to confound confuse and divide English parties to wreck English governments paralyzeEnglishmoral influence of England 1 before the worll1lmtl1ltwas settled by the conces sions of the just moderate and constitn peopleTheof time Dublin Freemans Journal writes that the visit of Messrs John Redmond and Pat rick McIIugh to Manchester and Bolton on March 15 and 16 is being most en thnsiastically looked forward to by all branchesi of the erganiatlpnandTljy Ills Irish people generally in those towns The interest in their visit to Lancashire has been accentuated in a very marked manner by the recent pronouncements of Lord Rosebery in Liverpool and Lord Salisbury to the Unionists of London Another corresp6ndent of the same paper writes from Scotland that one of the most enthusiastic meetings held in Edinburgh for a long time was that which took place in the Molders Hall and was addressed by Councillor Patrick GlasgowThereproceedings were presided over by the veteran leader of the Irish movement in the East of Scotland D Donworth Councillor OHare spoke on the position of affairs in Ireland and urged the neces sity there was for all Irishmen to assist in the work of organization fi prlncipalldealtand the attitude of Irishmen towards the Roseberyites lie asked those present to organize every branch of the movement preparedforfollower of Roseberry If Lord Rose J berry declared himself in favor of home rule or even in favor of Emmets consti tution they should still vote against him There was no use in dallying with cads of the Roseberry type If the Liberaja preferred a goqd judge of racehorses rather than a statesman to be at the head of their affairs Irishmen would not fol temporIsing S ST PHILIP NERI S Father Schlachter Will Close His Great Mission Sunday One of the most successful missions ever held in this city will close at St evenlugThe i F conducted by Rev Godfrey Schlachterii assisted by the pastor Father Ackerman FatlmerScldachterisaccomplished an incalculable amount of good Every night this week the bee ull streetshisszealous uponthego far toward increasingp time dimensions of his fold 4 USE OF TACT Of all the gifts to be prayed for next to grace of heart tact and gentleness in manner are the most desirable A brusque shy curt manner a cold indif ference a snappish petulance a brutal appearance of stolidity antagonize awl wound and rob even really kind actions of half their value It Is worth while to tactfullyThere whichguards littleleticate makesothea 0 r c- v QNTUCKYIRISH A1tIERI A14T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflli IINIIIINIINNINI 11 Mroted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WI7IIAM HIQQIlJfe Pubaimher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 0N13 DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc flittered at the LouUvllle Postof flee as Second Cluli Meter UreenSireeCiddra I t UNION TRADES LA9EL- u COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 8 1902 e LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP s This is an old adage too often unheeded till after the leap caus ing much of lifes unhappiness Not only in trivial but in the most important affairs of life is iit ignored Marriage on which de pends the future of life for those immediately concerned as well as the peace and happiness of their relatives and friends furnishes too many instances of such thought lessness as to the future and hence so many mismated couples doomed to a life of repining if not remorse forPartieswlife should be congenial at least inessential matters sure to affect them and nothing is more iimportant ini this i case than the elf ious belief of the artitMan and wife being but t human will find enough in lifes course to disagree about without the very sensitive and soulreaching question of religion Yet too often is this overlooked or made light of only to become the source of trouble and unhappiness for all concerned- A case of divorce in Indiana fully illustrates this A young man of the Baptist church married a young lady of the Seventh Day Advent ists All went well till the following harvest and the young farmer had a number of his neighbors help lug hint gather his crops He had provided food for his wife to prepare dinner for the laborers Din ner time arrived and the hungry workers came in but no dinner The young husband first alarmed llest his wife was ill became morti fied then angry when he learned the cause The young wife refused to do any work even cooking on Saturday Besides she believed pork to be unclean arid would not cook it at any time The husband hitched up his team and took his neighbors to town for dinner and again for supper The affair be came the talk of the gossips The husband boarded at a neighbors visiting his farm to oversee the work but avoiding the house The wife finally left to live with her t parents The husband sued for divorce Relatives and friends of the parties quarreled the whole community discussed the case and friends became estranged about its When the case came up the court house was crowded for days able attorneys appeared and over a hun dred witnesses testified as to the merits and demerits of the litigants The Judge in deciding the case said there was no statute author izing a divorce for such cause but as it was evident they could not 7 live together in peace he granted a separation Then he scored the plaintiff and defendant alike for marrying blindly not settling so important an issue before marriage or disagreeing then and not mar rying The parents and relatives of the parties who had taken up the dispute so earnestly and encouraged i the respective parties after the trouble began i were likewise lectured o for not giving their advice and aid before the marriage when the trouble could have been averted and especially severe was the Judge iin condemning them for their zeal 4 in fomenting the strife which they did not try to prevent Instead of urging reconciliation What fools Yes but there are many others young people and old as well to whom this all applies fully Less of sentiment and more of practical common sense less of romance and more thought of reality less of desire for notoriety and more for true happiness less regard for vanity and more of con pcfentioua respect for God and each ptker there would be fewer such a9- n 0 fools in tthe world who marry in haste and repent at leisure for ia lifetime of heartburns suffering scandal and trouble WHO STARTED IT The originator of the protest against the obnoxious declaration concerning Roman Catholics in the British coronation oath and peti tion for its removal is not gener ally known though the matter has been widely discussed It was started by Rev M F Fallon D Dv in a lecture before the Catholic Truth Society of Ottawa jn Feb ruary 1899 The suggestion was approved by the Canadian and American Catholic press and finally Hon John Costigan brought the matter before the Canadian House of Commons which after debate adapted an address to the Crown byn vote of 125 to 19 Nothing has yet been done by the British Government regarding it though considerable discussion pro and con prevails in England and petitions and counterpetitions are being presented to the Government Rev Father Fallon was born in Kingston Ontario in 1867 grad uated from the Ottawa University in 1889 joined the Oblate Order and was sent to the Gregorian Uni versity in Rome where he was or dained priest in 1894 He served four years as Professor of English Literature at Ottawa University then three years as pastor of St Josephs church In 1891 he was named by his order as Superior of Holy Angels College Buffalo N Y where he is now stationed BOERS GET LOST AND The Boers have a peculiar way of getting lost and suddenly turn ing up in a vigorous fashion to the consternation and disaster of Eng lish hopes of early peace in Africa Gen DeWet was lost for months so long and effectually that ha was reported dead Then he was located and a gigantic cam paign personally directed by CommanderinChief Kitchener was carried on for the capture of the foxy Boer resulting in failure and heavy loss to the English and DeWet is lost again Now Gen DeLarey who has been missed for a long time has mysteriously and with terrible ef fect demonstrated that he is still actively in the field He thrice at tacked 1600 British convoying a wagon train at Vondonop in Trans vaal and though twice repulsed the third attack was a charm The British were routed with the loss of 632 men killed wounded and missing and the wagons mules guns and ammunition and 200 men sent to reinforce the convoy were also rendered hors du combat Ten officers nnd245 men escaped re turning to Cape Colony This is in accordance with Gen Kitch eners report of the disaster and therefore not an exaggeration DeWet and Delarey have been heard from but Gen Botha is lost and it is bis turn He is supposed to be in the vicinity of Pretoria Owing to accidents due to mis understood orders sent by Jele graph the railroad managers in the United States propose to substitute telephones The Illinois Central made a test last week between Chicago and Kankakec fifty miles The telephoning was done over an ordinary telegraph wire without interfering with the sending of telegraphic messages The test was satisfactory and gives to the world another important discovery which wilt prove a great saving of expense and tine and evwittMliy 1 7- n j cheapen the cost of telephone and telegraph servicethat the same line of wire can be used for tele phoning and telegraphing without interfering with each other and aU that is needed to have both services is to attach telephones and tele graph instruments Thus the I thousands of miles of telegraph I wires can be made telephone lines I also by simply attaching the tele phones at stations and all the telephone lines can be made tele- grtpbicJines also by adding tele graphic instruments Apropos to the bill for the union label on State printing before the Legislature which some members believe to be unconstitutional we note in addition to legal opinions and decisions already cited that the California Supreme Court holds such a law to be valid The San Francisco Supervisors passed an or dinance requiring the union label on all city printing and in award ing contracts rejected the bid of Stanley Taylor lthe lowest bid be cause he could not place the unior label on his printing as required bj ordinance Taylor sued to compel the city to award him the contract as the lowest bidder claiming the union label ordinance was discrim inating and unconstitutional The lower court decided in favor of the ordinance and on Taylors appeal the Supreme court affirmed the decision The Brussels sugar conference composed of representatives of the sugar producing countries decided to give German beet sugar an equal footing in the trade Thus with the United States making concessions to the sugar interests of Cuba Hawaii and the Philippines and Germanys competition what is England going to do to protest her Jamaica sugar interests from ruin Nothing short of a discrim inating tariff or restrictive laws will prevent the Jamaica sugar already crowded out of the worlds markets from being driven out of the British market by foreign sugarsand up the flue go more thousands sterling invested in Jamaica sugar plantations and mills Prince Henry only whirled through Kentucky not stopping to partake of Kentucky hospitality which he said he regretted as lie had heard about it At Bowl ing Green where the Prince only dallied to listen to a brieff address of welcome and bow his Acknowledgment the committee were thoughtful enough to present him with a barrel of apple jack and a barrel of bourbon with the sugges tion that he sample them at his royal leisure Thus the Prince will probably enjoy al least a hint of the Kentucky hospitality he has heard about Prince Henry of Germany who has been honored publicly and privately as became his rank and as representative of Germany crossed Niagara river to Canadian soil to view the falls Learning of the Princes intention the Cana dian government was preparing to accord him proper recognition and courtesies when a telegram was received from the Prince stating that he visited Canada simply as a private individual and must decline all public honors So the usual salute military escort and official reception were abandoned Is this a snub In answer to inquiry Right Rev Peter J Muldoon recently the guest of honor of St Marys Col lege is not Bishop of Chicago it being an archdiocese but is Auxiliary to Archbishop Beeban Usually when a Bishop or Archbishop be cause of infirmities or sickness or growth of population as in Chicago becomes unable to discharge his labors he is granted an auxil iary assistant who of course must be a Bishop The Auxiliary Bishop may be appointed with right of succession but not necessarily The advance of Catholicity in England his been frequently noted but the increase of Catholics in high official pomtltiailies Jbeen over ibkedt Accordiagto the iltnlllah- u u rI Catholic directory there are forty six Catholics in the House of Lords and seventyseven in the House of Commons Thus it seems likely when KingEdwardsolemnly swears in the coronation oath that Roman Catholics are idolaters he will seri ously offend not n few of those who are part of the Government oft which he is the head Though the iron and steel indus try is depressed in England the shipment of American steel rails to that country during February was 14000 tons to be used in relaying street railways in English cities Well there are only a few more days of the legislative session How about those labor bills Written for Ibo Kentucky Irish American THE VIOLET There is a radiant small flower Reflecting heavens blue The least of all in Floras bower Deep hiding from our view It blossoms in the valley green Away from flower more rare Blooming tfiffi a blush unseen Iifsweetness on the air Bathed in the mornings crystal dew It gladens as do angels eyes Revealing in its very hue The beauty of the skies- KATHIHKN DON LKAVV rS0Gm John F Ollrien has been spending several days in Birmingham Miss Nannie Morgan left Wednesday for a two weeks visit in New York Miss Julia Connor is home from a pleasant visit to friends at Nashville Miss Emily Monks Johnson has been visiting Miss Emily Simmons at Owens boro Miss Ella Collins of Lexington was here for several days this week visiting friends Miss Annie Ilerndon of Frankfort en joyed a dell Jtflllvislt with friends here this weekii Miss Ilyrd riwho arrived ltere last week to visit friends has gone to Cincinnati Miss Julia fcMauani n will arrive home from New York the latter part of next weekIt 1 Jtr Miss CoraDodge Is home from Charles town Ind after an enjoyable visit with friends there Mrs Leslie I Long left Saturday for Midway to be the guest of her mother Mrs Hitlda Wilson William Ker erg will leave Monday on a two weeks business trip going as far South as Mississippi Miss Fannie Gray who has been visit ing relatives in this city has returned to her home in Frankfort Two interesting visitors here this week were Misses Josie Mattingly and Martha Simpson of Bardstown Mrs Sarah Sullivan was able to sit up Thursday afternoon after a critical illness at her home in Jeffersonville Miss Grace Bush a pretty visitor from Bowling Green was the past of friends here the first part of the week Mrs Martha Herbert visited her son this week at St Marys College near febanon where he is a student Mrs Alex Tibbett of this city spent last Sunday as the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph Guild in Nashville Miss Mollie Collins will arrive home next week from New York where she has been spending the past ten days Miss Una Dowden has returned to her home at Brandenburg after a short but pleasant visit with Louisville friends Mrs Walter B Hassan the charming wife of the City Clerk of Jeffersonville arrived home Monday from Nashville Miss Carrie Fitzgerald has been spend ing the past week in Knoxville where she was the guest of Mrd Frank Mead Mrs James Lynchs friends will regret to learn that she is quite ill at her home on East Chestnut street Jeffersonville Mrs Michael Hanrahan gave birth to ahahy girl Monday of this week Mother and daughter are both doing wellThe injuries sustained by Michael Hehir in an accident a few weeks ago are healing rapidly and he will soon be con valescentHoward Gleasou has accepted a posi tion in the engineering department of the Illinois Central and wilt move to Paducah Miss Cella haven is in New York City where she will remain until next Satur day visiting the fashion openings of the metropolis Misses Mae Gleason and Aline Holland of Rogers avenue have arrived home from a delightful visit with friends at Mt Sterling Miss Mary Murray of 711 Seventh Itreet has entirely recovered from her receiveIbepnanyfrUmd Ain who hubeensuf faring n nAonTattack of grip at her L home on East Third street New Albany is now convalescent Patrick Gleason arrived here Monday from New York where he spent two weeks Miss Eugenia Coleman who visited relatives here last week has gone to Shelby county to be the guest of her sister Mrs Patrick Joyes Mrs Josephine Payne and little grand daughter Miss Cherry who arrived last week to visit friends in Louisville have returned to Bowling Green The many friends of popular John Kil kenney who has been sick with an at tack of grip will rejoice when they learn that he is able to be at work again George Kautts friends were glad to see him out this week He had been confined to his home 1117 Highland avenue with inflammatory rheumatism Madame Dougherty and Misses Alice Hickey Mary Barren and Julia Flynn are enjoying a two weeks trip to New York City They will arrive home next Saturday Those young people who would form I theater parties for St Patricks night should secure their seats immediately otherwise they may be unable to get them together James Smith a popular member of the Louisville fire department who has been critically ill of pneumonia at his home on Portlandavenue for six weeks is reported improving slowly Mrs Edward Reilly is suffering from an attack of diphtheria at her home Thirteenth pad Elm streets New Albany Her young son has just recovered from a severe attack and she contrscted the dis ease while nursing him Miss Kate Conadeau a pretty and popular young lady of the West End has just returned from a two weeks visit to Shelbyvillc where she was theI guest of her uncle John Garrity a pros perous farmer of that place Officer Joseph Rademaker who has just recovered from a severe illness of typhoid fever has been stricken with inflammatory rheumatism He left Wednes day night for Hot Springs where he will spend several weeks in search of restored health Jewish society circles are interested ir a pretty wedding that will occur tomor row evening at Turner Hall East Jeffer son street The brideelect is Miss Hannah Wolf the lovely daughter of Mr and Mrs L Wolf who by her charming manner and amiable dlsposi tiou has won for herself a wide circle of friends and admirers The groom Is Mr William lloustnnti a gentleman well known and popular in this and other cities A large number of invitations have been issued to friends of the happy young couple to witness the ceremony RECENT DEATHS Mr Michael Burns died at the residence 1901 Maple street Tuesday aged fiftysix The funeral servces were heM in Sacred Heart church Thursday morn ing Mr Patrick Curran who died at the residence 1007 Sixteenth street on Wednesday morning was burled from Sacred Heart church Friday morning the interment being in St Louis ceme tery Mrs Margaret Mclaughlin one of time citys old residents living in the West End for many years diet at her resi dence 1C81 Willow avenue in the High lands last Tuesday and was burled from St Brigids church Thursday morning Mrs McLoughlin was an amiable and truly Christian woman well known and beloved by young and old who mourn her death and heartily sympathize with the family jn their great bereavement A kindly gentle life went out when the soul of Miss Amelia Bohne passed into the Maids of its Creator last Thurs day night Mrs Bohne tbelonged to one of our most prominent German families andwas always loved for her sweet Christian disposition The deceased was the wife of Mr E C Bohne the banker anti the mother of five children Messrs Charles Otto Philip Ernest and F W Holme and Mrs Henry Schimpeler The remains lie at the family residence HOG West Broadway but the funeral arrangements had not been made when this was written OP GENERAL INTEREST In some or the farming districts of like pigs are harnessed to small wagons and made to draw them The Bank of IFrance can compel its customers to accept in gold onefifth of any money drawn from the bank A church in Iondon still possesses an income originally given to it for the pnr pose of buying fagots for burning here tics Grasshoppers are so great a plague at Hay New South Wales that they obscure all the street lamps at night leaving the town in total darkness Boy bridegrooms are growing in num ber in London There are four under twentyone in every 100 bridegrooms About sixteen girls under twentyone per 100 get married The average duration of nfarriage in England is twentyeight years Russia with thirty years iis the only country to beat her In France and Germany twentysx years is the average duration Cabbage is an old cure for drunken ness The Egyptians ate it boiled before their other food if they intended to drink wine after dinner and some of time reme dies sold as a preventive of intoxication oa the continent are said to contain cabbage seed ttmay not be generally known that there fa cruelty in the keeping of gold f ltlIa1fo such captives die from sheer wait ofrest Asp fish have eyes so formed that they can sot endure the llighttiR a gtaw ve tel they are tn ail en U tirely wrong place as is evident from the way hi which they dash about and go round bnd round until fairly worn out GOD AND THE SOUL Book of Poems by tho Rt Rov John Lancastor Spald- Ing of Poorla Bishop Spaldfng of Peoria III has written a book off poems entitled God and the Soul which has received high praise from the critics because of its purity of tom and the high moral plane on which it is written This book should 1 SpaJcingthe people remember him as a priest of this diocese This little sonnet will give some idea of the beauty of the work O glorious autumn woods whose myrattl hues- Uptigbt the face of earth with richer glow Than may be seen when springs sweet flowers blow And wear the jeweled crown of pearly dewfi How tender pure time thoughts whicl you infuse Into the soul bringing the long ago With all its memories of joy and woe Until the vision the whole heart subdues v So soon the mellow hazy lays shall die The frost shall crisp your many tinted leaves And bowling blasts with all their glory fly And you shallt stand like one whom death Bereave- sOutstretching trembling hands to time lark sky Which gives no sign however much he griev- esSNORT AND BRIEF Jimmy Galvin the once famous base ball pitcher is dying at 1ittsburg twentyfournight Twothirds of the trades unions of Baltimore have notified employers of ia demand for shorter hours and increased pay on May 1 The Amalgamated Association pf Street Car Employes has 128 local unions sixtyfivc of which were organized in the past year Alfred Booth founder and senior or the fish firm of A Booth S Co which has a branch in this city died on Tuesday in Chicago aged seventyfour years John Wanamaker of Philadelphia former Postmaster General was received at the Vatican Wednesday by the Pope together with a delegation of a hundred distinguished men of the French church Indianapolis is likely to have no base ball this season Mayor Bookwalte says he will not permit Sunday games and President Watkins says unless they can play Sunday games they will play no games at all The break in the winter freeze has started leaf tobacco shipment and it is arriving by boat and railroad at the rate of about 1000 hogsheads per day With bright weather an early opening of sales for spring manufacture is expected on the breaks BUCKINQHAn The Buckingham announces for next week the High Rollers Extravaganza Company an attraction which is now recognized as the standard of burlesque and which is said to present many meritorious novelties This company brings special scenery gorgeous costumes electrical effects and allstar vaudeville olio HOUSEHOLD HINTS Sweet oil and putty powder followed by soap and water are all that could be desired to clean brass and copper Arrowroot tied in a thick cotton rag and boiled with linens and cottons imparts an O for to them that is pleasing- If corned beef is very red which means it is very salt put it to cook in cold water This draws out a portion of the salt Two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar and a teaspoonful of baking soda are equal to three teaspoonfuls of baking powderBefore frying bacon soak it in water three or four minutes This will prevent the fat from running and will make the bacon go further The air of a bedroom may be pleas antly sweetened by throwing some ground coffee on a fire shovel that has been previously heated When stewing fruit never use a metal spoon a wooden spoon is best and those with short handles are utmost con venient for thick substances When cooking a small roast first sear it all over on a hot spider This will immediately drive in the meat juices and less heat will be required in the oven When there is danger of frost in the cellar during cold weather carry down several pailfuls of hot water and sprinkle the contents all over the floor Even if this should form into ice there will be less danger of freezing fruit and vege tables for water in freezing takes the frost out of the air When a savory stew is made and there are bits of bread to dispose of let the housewife try the rich effect of sippets in her stew First she gets her bits of stale bread and cuts them into small pieces which are fried in batter then slipped into the stew They mingle with time gravy richly and are delicious to eat An excellent way to alleviate the ails eries of earache is to lay over a stove plate which is very warm a thick cotton dotjiirbich has just been wrung out ofiiIt water A steam immediately rises over II which the childs aching ear should be crevlIceeasI experiencedO r i l I We I Sell IS Ninety Per CentSS 2 2ofthe IIBoys S Confirmation I I2SuitsWhy Be we have a special depart 11 IIcuse devoted on our Boys exclusively Clothing to Moods because theres I2these suit in it thats not First in every particular and A we never let a suit go out of it T I perfectlylrlnest blue Cheviots Worsteds 2Illark Tlnbets knee pants or pants prices J81 to 12 2 IIA we furnish th- eConfirmation I 22Outfits 22completehats shoes Bring shirts your I2boy here our stocks and arc come full tarlyI I LEVY BROS II- IIT2hird and Market I e Money at Interes- tS Works Three Shllls a Day g ffand never stops for Sunday If you have saved nny mouev dont Kg JgdepositPay You 4 o3C- ompound o i Interest Get one of our little banks for wQ home 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privileges etc call on Agents Big hour or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Passenger and Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent Cincinnatij O S J General Agent Louisville Ky BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS IN INDIANA and I BEST TERMINALS c UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and I TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave t13 r GAT General Agent vH1eXy WARRXK Jr LYNCH G rAWM P DBPPRi AOl A CINCINNATI O p k o J IS CRYING She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON fJ t luuuau tbJmnu RAilWAY loan ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E II BACON District Agent Ky FRANK J REED General Passonger Agent NAnagerW BESTDo W 7 taTjuc try Seven specialist in line in home streets finest arranged school building South School open can OERTEL COMMON LOUISVILLE AND style all kinds SPECIAL jugs many territory Idaho Terri North South Texas Utah dates May Route Gales MICHIGAN River CITY THE BUCKINGHAM WEEK 9SUNAMatinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Sat nda Performance of Unequaled Merit THE HIGHm ROLLERS Extravaganza Company Presenting a Unique Conceit THE RUNAWAY GIRLS Illustrating the folly and foibles of Paris A burlesque of the latest production MTHUNDERS BLUNDER Living pictures telling stories with living models A wealth of special scenery electrical effects and gorgeous cos tumes GO YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MAnKSII Anyone tending a sketch and quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention UproDabljrpstentable I Communion lion atrictlyconfidential Handbook on Patent patents1utfipretal notice without charge In the Scientifici flttiericatt handsomely illustrated weekly Largest clrCculatlon of any tclentldo Journal term 13 a I year four months fl lIold ball newsdealer MUNN a CO3ateroadwa New YorktIlrancli Oflice KB V 8U Washington I Co I I REVOLVERS USELESS The revolver which Constable IIoran 1 was armed with in company of Constable 1 Sullivan on the night of the struggle with the burglar Sheehan in Kantttrk Roman Catholic church recently when the cartridges with which the weapon 1 was loaded on being fired by the constable 1 at his assailant failed to explode has called for a test of that arm as to its I present effectiveness as boUt revolver c anti ammunition have been issued to the i force upward of thirty years since whichIIj period the majority of them have never Ii been put intopractice or even once dia charged The test has been carried out both at the depot and in counties and in I many instances the ammunition has failed to answer its purpose The barrel j of the revolver is stated also to be entirely prnctico11y I KEADY MERCHANTS DEATH Intelligence has reached Armagh of a shocking fatality which took place in the tnwnland of Rowan which is about halfway between Armagh and Keady It appears that a well known Keady mer chant named John Cheevers who had a i public house and posting establishmentt in Keady drove into Armagh in a 111gbI trap with a commercial traveler who was going to the train lie left Armagh alone on the same night to drive home n distance of six miles lie did not turu up that night and on the next day his wife and family thinking that some thing had happened to him set out Ini search for hint After a long search his son John Chccvers found his fathers horse and trap in a lane off the main road from Armagh to Keady The horse was dead his neck being broken nndI both shafts were smashed On prose cuting the search further he found life fattier alxnit a hundred yards away front the horse and trap lying near a ditch t quite lend with a terrible gash in his forehead the result prcsHinably of hav lug been yjotarily pitched out of the trap The terrible end of dec o aedbaak 5 ST PATRICKS DAY A Musical and Literary Entertainment r 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 Mulloys Tea Store 616 West Market Street caused a great shock in Keady and Armagh where he was well known and respected DIVISION DOINGSI Daniel E Rafferty was accepted Division 3 Monday night bYI There are forty divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in Minnesota wjth a membership of 2521 Division 3 had an interesting meeting Monday several important questions being ably discussed Splendid talks were made by County President Keenan and Thomas Dolan President of Division 1 A well worded and sensible talk was made by Lawrence Mackey who is one of the best speakers in Division 3 Division 3 is in line with the others Besides accepting one candidate several applications were received and referred to the investigating committee The next meeting of Division 3 will be held the first Monday in April the sec ond meeting of this month being dis pensed to allow members to attend the different celebrations on St Patricks night HINTS ON STYLE The wide collars of lace seem to be one of the indispensable features of dress for every kind of gown except the tailor cos tunics Fagoting in more effectively used on the Veiling gowns joining all the seams and hems and showing a dainty line of the silk underneath Already winter fashions have lost their special charm and the fascinating modes and materials for summer use fill their places each week bringing something new in the way of fabrics Veiliugs very fine and silky are to be very much worn not only in white but in plain colors as well and there seems to be a new fancy for making them over flowered and striped silk linings lists for Easter have blossomed out already and blossomed has a literal significance here for there are no endof all fower hats hats of leaves and flowers and hats of other materials profusely de corated with flowers Among the silks moire effects are con spicuous moire Louisines and moire velours being pretty examples Other white fabrics are the crepe armures and the armure brilliante witch has a kind of crinkled effect and yet is not at all like crepou The new tailor modes show a very close fitting skirt around the hips in fact the habit back is here again All the efforts to introduce full skirts seem to be unavailing at least they have been so far with a few grand exceptions iid the thinnest fabrics Rumor says that the newest dress Ixxlices are to be less elaborate than they have been and show some form of basque either in tabs all around or postilion ends at the back The tailors tell you too that the blouse coat with basque ends in the center of the black is to be the popu lar suit coat for the coming season White laces of every kind and description are used for entire hats inclines chantilly and fine guipure being favor ites A white corded lace studded with pearls is very effective and you see these hats with only a stylish black velvet rib bon bow for trimming to which a few La France roses arc sometimes effectively addedGray gowns especially in taffeta andI Louisine silks are predicted as one of the summers specialties and here is one of taffeta trimmed with renaissance gui pure traced daintily with silver threadI and studded with small silver spangles The bolero of silk is tucked in groups piped around the edges with white moire silk of which the revere are made In all wool and silkand wool there is a pretty variety of thin fabric in different weaves sonic of which resemble corduroy in appearance if not iq thickness while others have a crepe finish The veilings and crepes de chine are most attractive perhaps yet they are all so tempting that whichever one you choose you wish you had another one- AVENUE THEATER David Belascos splendid production The Heart of Maryland comes next week to the Avenue Ao a play in which the excitements of war in the field and camp and all the varying emotions off a passionate and heroic womans love are so deftly mingled and their effect and heart inteiest so impressively and memorably enforced by the romantic realism of picturesque scenery and the eneemjlle vitalized by the acting of a company of notable artUs The Heart of Miryv laud will for many seasons yet to cowte claim lu constant sacceeiOH of gratified and appreciative anditttcea 7 tJ i it c t IRISH SSOCIETY DIRECTORY A O rU- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second sill Fourth Tues I IdayEvenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cnsick 1911 Bank Hreett sTreasurer John Mullpy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn l1 l15 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Harry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First amVThird Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly President Robert Gleason Vice President n As Coll Recording Secretary JohirJ Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian rpnllrst and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn J Flvuu WMurphySecond Recording Secretary Jerry King Financial Secretary William Lawler Treasurer Thomas Keenan SergeansatArtns J Casey Sentinel Tim Lyons Tne Three Rock JFairies Or the Strange Adventures of Andy Gro gan Among the Dublin Mountains Bent upon taking a quiet stroll through one of my favorite haunts around Irish town lone day found myself heading for the trail on which was located the cabin of my friend Daniel Jones Lani gan philosopher and guide As lap coull1ilearpossible to catch all the v words of the song but the refrain cOllie to my ears quite clearly and was as follows Did you iver see the divil with this long spade an shovel DIggin pratees in the garden with his back humped up- I arrived within view as be finished and in a jocose manner began to reproach him thus Shame upon you Dar Is it tine devils name you haye in your mouth this good and blessed day when all the birds are singing beautiful pa ans of glory around you O is that you agra he answered sure tis welcome ye are God bless you kith an kin Arrah what is that you say about the little birds havin pains The sorra pain or care have they at all at allan as for thedivlls name bein in my mouth it wont take much to rinch that saute wid all the pure water round here Here nianun is a charm that will dhrive the mild laddiebuck hack to his tropical home in jigtime St Patrick was a giutleman he came of peopleInbuilt a church an put on it a steeple Dan looked up at me for approval and when he saw the smile with which I greeted him he seemed relieved As I felt in the mood for one of his stories I cautiously led up to the subject Dan do you know you must be ever lastingly happy here among the sur roundings of nature Nothing and no one to bother you Here you live on in comfort day by day year by year with the good people near at lhand to work off any trouble which dares approach your door He looked at me curiously for a minute or two and then took outhis dhudeen I took the hint and produced some of hula favorite toll tobacco which I had pur posely brought out for him Well yes tI he ssldthegoodpeo pie are s have been goodl to abollthereftbey fiver tell ye about Ill Rock Moun tain over there beyaiitr I replied in the iteative and after hKhtiojf hid pipe aftlgoing through s few a preliminaries he settled himself and began as follows Well wan night in the spring of the I year Andy Grogan who was my own halfbrother went into the big city to pay the rent to the landlords agent who lived in Merion Square Andy was a bit of a swell himself when he shinned up against the aristocracy an after finishin his business with th agent he visited a couple of places set apart for the enter tainment of man or baste lIe took a dhrop too tmiich an nearly lost his head altogether He wanted wan more dhrink an seema place with colored lights in the window he entered it It was an apothecarys shop though Andy thought it was a public house He walked up to the counter an called over the young man there Give me a glass of the strongest in the house he said The man looked him over an saw there was a mistake but he decided to humor him The strongest we have here he re plied is aqua fortis 111 dont care said my brave Andy if its aqua fiftus give it to me Nothings too good for the Grogans So you see how far gone he was At all events he managed to get on his road tome an away he went singing as if his very life depended upon it When he got into the mountain piss he became befuddled mi lay down near the Three Rock Mountain to rest himself By that time the stars began to appear an Andy tried to check them off on his fingers on in his mind as they came He thought be wits timekeeper an1 wanted to dock some of them for beiti late Then he saw the stars winkin at him an he began to flirt hack until he became very drowsy lIe was about to fall off to sleep wheu he heard some one call him by uomeAnllyAlldyAndy Grogan lie tried to answer back but fell backward Then there came from round the Three Rock a swarm of little fellows who ran to him an began pokin him in the ribs He yelled murder but they didnt stop until they nearly had all the windout of him Then they carried him to one side an laid him down gently He was conscious but without power of speech The little fellows who were fairies were all dressed in green an they looked gorgeous One little fellow who was dressed just the same as the others only that he had a green bow or cockade in his hat took command an they all began drilliu marchin an counter marchln just like a lot of real sogcrs in the Phcenix Park Andy did not know what to make of it at allan when he tried to get up in tendin to run he found himself power less to move When the little fellows had been drillin for about an hour their captain told them to Stop an they all sat down The leader went over to Andy ail touched him on the shoulder Ills strength returned an he sat bolt upright hut very much frightened Andy said the captain kindly we all know ye an yer fancily or you would not be where ye are today safe an sound Ye came upon us suddenly an nearly caught us unawares while we were akin our usual exercise an at first we thought it was other than a friend Dye know who we are Andy he asked Andy replied that he did not and was about to add that he didnt care a rap either but the captain shouted iHush ye blackleg I know what yere thinkin about an if ye dare spake the word yere a gone gossoon Keep a closed mouth or else yell be turned into boccagh cripple an yer beautyll be spoiled forever Then a transformation took place All the little fellows began to grow big ger an bigger until not one of them was Under six feet tall an all built in proportion They carried guns an swords an they looked powerful grand as they stood up in their suits of green Andy didnt know what to make of it but wanted to cheer just for luck but he was afraid hed be turned into a boccagh so he kept a closed mouth 01 Ttesfi said the captain pointing the others out to Andy are known as Grauuailcs bodyguard They are ever ready fight an if necessary die for her The time will come when every hill an valley will be covered with warriors such as these Ye can not see them all now for the time is that yet When the proper time comes yell see the very blades of grass spring from the ground as the good people did tonight and they will assume the forms of soldiers already drilled and fitted out frthe fray They arc tho soldiers who will have In their hands the peace and happiness of their Granuaile Remember the day will surely come tis but a question of time an remember a closecllIouthora boccagh Then the warriors sash back to their rlginal size an failed from Andys view hlmlleUtoIlther c y IPTFilliliU5TRATIOrt5 ENGRAVINGS if01111 4 IwTROTYPSALWAYS THE BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE IN Tf50- UTHItY y NEcor3d MAl N 534 I 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Executive Council of the Cork In tcruntionnl Exposition are arranging for nn exhibition by Santos Duniont of his flying machine before he comes to the St Louis Exposition Lord OBrien has received a letter fron the Lord Lieutenant inclosing n sub scription of 1100 toward the expenses of the international boat race to be rowed at Cork next July At the United Irish League convention in South Monaghan John McKean of Kingstown was selected as the nations candidate in succession to James Daly who has retired from Parliament- At a meeting of the Irish party Joht E Redmond presiding resolutions wet passed expressing admiration of the con duct of the M Ps nnd other coercion victims and cordially welcoming Conoi OKelly on his release from jail Conor OKelly MP was released from Castlebar jail where he had been imprisoned for a month under the crimes act John ODonnell M P reached Sligo on Monday to undergo a term ol actcAt Mullinger two soldiers of the West Riding regiment named Worth and Godwin were remanded charged with having maliciously broken the window ol Mrs QSullivans jewelry establishment in Greville street and stolen therefrom ni quantity of jewelry Two boys named Foley and Haynes were drowned while skating on the river at Sligo John White made heroic efforts to save them but was himself immersed In thirty feet of water and was with diffi culty got out with ropes nfter being in the water twenty minutes Callan County Kilkenny J P tAt Secretary of the local branch of United Irish Leanue was returned for trial under the Whiteboy acts The principal witness ngaiust the accused was a Sergeant Sheridan wbo admitted that he lied to the accused in order to obtain his signature A man named John MGarry aged sixtyfive was shockingly burned in his house at Ballynichol near 1ortaferry the dwelling being also consumed Upon the police effecting an entrance bis dead body was found in a corner one leg being completely burned and the other burned off at the knee It is surmised he fell asleep leaving a lighted candle near his bed which ignited the bedding Before Justice Johnson and a city common jury the case of Cullen vs Reilly was heard The plaintiff Miss Alice Cullen who resides with her brother who is a farmer near EdgewortliKtown claimed 2500 damages for alleged breach of promise of marriage from Thomas Reilly a farmer residing near Strcete County Wcstmeath The jury awarded the plaintiff 100 damages A sad coincidence occurred at Clifton vine near Limerick A gentleman named Harris Seymour aged eightysix and his sister Kate seventysix had been in ill health for some time The sister was unceasing in her attention to her brother and it is said expressed a Wish that she might die before him She passed away at 914 and her brother six minutes later He was a gentleman of means and led a retired life for thirty years On Monday the dead body of a young woman was found on the strand between tluckross and the Island a few miles to the south of Clonakilty Information having been given to the polite Acting sergeant Boyle and Constable Jones went to the scene with the workhouse officials and a coffin and hail the body removed to the Clonakilty Courthouse Tke re main have been identified as those of a young woman Kate MCsrthy daughter f of a small farmer residing at Agha nea1 Conrtmacsherry It appears her mini nlmissingweek John ONeill publican was four dead in the old Kenmare Wood about a half mile from Kenmare ONeill who was not in the best of health for some time past attended the funeral ofii friend Mrs ONeill informed some friends that her husband had not returned from the funeral A search wns made nIl resulted in the finding of de ceased in the wood a short distance from the public road Death is attributed to failure of the hearts action Two young meu named MConnell am MGurran wlipregjded in Inniskeen an islandon Lougl rne about two mile from Knniskillen have been missing since Wednesday It appears that they visited Enniskillen on that day and as the lake was completely frozen they walked across it t1t is said that they left the town in the evening The body of MConnell line been found All attempt to recover the body of MCurran who was in company with him have up tc the present proved futile 1 The little village of Mouutcharles it the County Donegal is to have a Town Hall of its own A meeting of the citi zens has been held nnd 1In executive committee appointed to see that a suit able Town Hall be found or built iuime dfately for the peoples wants This is at example which might well be followed by other Irish villages as at present the only halls available for public meetings or entertainments are in the hands of local landlords hnd often a strolling company can get liberty to use themI where a local committee even charitable purpose can not A fatality of an extremely shocking and sudden character occurred in Patrick street Cork near the Father Mathew statue A man named Thomas Hosford was driving a dray containing a load weighing about three tons through Pat rick street in the direction of Patricks bridge when he was observed to slip from the car to the ground and before assistance could be rendered the front wheel of the dray passed over his hip He was then seen to make an effort to avoid the second wheel but his attempt was ineffectual and this wheel also passel over his body and head He was at once taken to the North Infirmary but died immediately after admission On Tuesday morning an accident took place at the Waterford terminus of the Dungarvan railway system during shunt- Ing operations It appears among the men engaged was a young shunter named Hilliqrd who while engaged at his work slipped upon the rails in front of an engine the wheels of which passed ncross one of his legs with the result that the limb was almost completely severed from the body The men on the Engine were first made aware of the accident by hearing loud cry of pain nnd they immediately came to tile assistance of the injured man who was almost unconscious Dr Mackcsy came on the scene as soon as possible as also did the Rev Father Furlong of the Cathedral The unfortunate man lingered on until 0 oclock when he succumbed to his injuries in the City Infirmary JEFFERSONVILLE Politics are warming up over the river rathev early this year Among the names most mentioned for office are those of ilessre Redmond Stanton and James ougherty whom their Democratic friends would like to see nominated for City Treasurer of Jeffersonville Mr Stanton has for years been with the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Company end is very popular with the masses of the working people while Mr Dough erty is recognized ae one of the leading merchants and a nun of the strictest integrity Either vKmld make a strong landidate though he later may decline to make the race because of the require it1tutaofbl bW a 0 r d i i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekOenernl- News Notes Division I of New Haven Conn will observe its thirtieth anniversary on March 17- Division 17 of Roxbury Mass worked the four degrees of the new ritual on ten candidates last Sunday Division 1 of Duluth celebrated the initiation of three new members with nn enjoyable social session and smoker Division 1 and the Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul will give their annual joint card party and ball at Elks Moll on Easter MondayHon John A Sullivan will lecture under the patronage of Division 50 of Boston in Knights of St Rose Hall on St Patricks night I The division at Stillwater Minn willII celebrate St Patricks day at the Grand Opera House with the ive act play A Daughter of Erin Division 3 of St Paul paid out 1120I sick benefits at its last regular meeting I Think of this you who nre not members I of this great organization of Irish Catho I liesIThe Standard says Division 10 of StI Paul has now the finest initiation outfit in the great West and the division of young men is coming to the front by leaps and bounds The Hibernians of Providence R I have made extensive preparations for the observance of St Patricks day The celebration will be the greatest ever wit nessed in Rhode Island State Senator Thomas II Dowdwill lecture on St Patrick and the Blessings That Have Resulted From His Labors in Ireland for Division r2 of Boston in Kossuth Hall on Sunday March 1C Among the prominent Hibernians of Ohio is John Deasy of Cincinnati lIe has been a member of the order for over thirtythree years lie is now n County President and was for years President of Division 1 The Hibernians of Worcester will not have n purade on St Patricks day The celebration of the festival of Irelands patron saint will be confined to a lecture by Rev Father John OBrien in the evening at Mechanics Hall In celebration of the anniversary of Robert Emmet the second and third de grees were conferred upon fortynine members at Milwaukee last Monday evening The initiation was followed by addresses appropriate to the day Springfield Hibernians propose to fog low the example of their 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