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F KN1vaIsmAMuRwmVOLUM- E p 1 r VIIINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 5 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS DILLON REPLIES To Rosoberyfl Charges Against Irish Parliamentary Party and People Scores His Lordship For Desert ing and Opposing Irish Home Rule Irish People Not Disloyal But Battling For Right of SelfGovernment IRISH PARTY OPPOSES OPPRESSION In his speech at Glasgow Scotland Mr John Dillon M P replied to the address of Lord Rosebery on the issues pending in Parliament and in reference to Irish home rule null the Irish question generally said Lord Rosebery had stated that he de cided to throw over home rule on two grounds First of all he said the Irish party had altered their demand from what it was when he was a home ruler and secondly because of the disloyalty of the Irish people a disloyalty which never occurred to his lordship when he was Prime Minister of England by virtue of Irish votes Now as to the first of these reasons he absolutely denied the truth of Lord Roseberys assertion There was no change whatever in the character of the Irish demand since 1885 1880 and 1893 They stood precisely where they stood under Parnells leadership in 1885 They were prepared to accept the settlement offered them and nothing less than that settlement Lord Rosebery quoted n speech of his Dillons in which he said that the demand of Ireland was h separate national independence Well of course that was the whole essence of their de mand They were not a Lothian or n r1 Lancashire They were a separate Inde pendent nation and he would say that if England were to rule them for seven centuries more their right as a separate nation would in no way be affected The settlement come to between Mr Parnell and the Irish nation and MrJ Gladstone was that in dealing with fu ture affairs an arrangement was arrived at by giveandtake and that the question to be solved was whether an arrangement could be arrived at by which England and Ireland could live side by side with out quarreling under one supreme Government Ireland said Yes and 1he Mr Dillon believed so still if Eng allowed Ireland absolute control of her own affairs gave back to Ireland its Parliament and let there be an honorable partnership with England but it must be a partnership of equality They were perfectly satisfied to accept what the thirteen sovereign States of America ac cepted when they accepted the supreme control of a central Government That was the great American settlement For his part however he would never sur render so long as he had life the inalien able right of Ireland as a separate independent nationality but he was prepared as the nation was prepared in 84 to make a free and just settlement wHch would enable the two countries to liv side by side in peace in a great com monwealth for he hated the word em pire leaving to Ireland the right to develop her own national life on the his toric lines of her national existence Lord Rosebery had also said they should not get home rule because the Irish were disloyal Why that was what the Unionists were saying when Lord Rosebery was supporting home rule Frankly of course they were not loyal and if they had the power to do it by force they would clear Dublin Castle of the whole gang in it tomorrow lIe was a constitutional agitator because it was lit to upset the Castle Gov ernnie onllway was a Shorter cut he would take the shorter cut He was oflaid that Lotd Rosebery would go into retirement for five years more and It would be no great loss if he did On this question of Irish disloyalty he would refer Lord Rosebery to his speech at Edinburgh when he was Prime Minister and he would ask the meeting also to contrast the action taken by Lord Spen cer in regard to home rule with that of Lord Rosebery- If there was n home rule government lr tomorrow the question would inevitably arise of home rule or coercion and were the Liberals and Radicals of England prepared to go back also on their pledges as to coercion lie could tell Tory and Liberal alike that the Irish question could not be thrust aside The question of Ireland was inextri cably mixed up with the politics of Great Britain The Irish Party since they existed held to principles the de parture from which marked the sure commencement of a nations ruin No matter how wide the empire or how fruitful of wealth the first principle by which it was maintained was the sacred right of the people to control its affairs and the second was the dignity of labor and the right of labor toa fair and full share in the wealth which it created against the claims of capital and mono opolyOne of the reasons of the hostility of certain persons in England to the Irish party was that they were a stumbling block in thee wy X f speculators and monopolists The IrlaU party stood for 1 I I It t I t111111 1 1 io1 11 1111 1 1111 1y1y 111111 111 111 M4mm 11 vyII J 11 1111 1 111 1111 111111111111 f 1 OFFICERS BANQUETED BY TRINITY COUNCIL Messrs Ben Huud James B Kelly John J Sullivan and Joseph Ej Piazza the First Four Presidents of the Popular Catholic Organization Were Among Those Who Responded to Tasts at the Anniversary Celebration Last Night 11 rg u yXa rCa 1 1 1 111J i f the sanctity the supreme sanctity of humanity and mankind as against prop erty and capitalist They had beeu taught in the greatest of schools the school from which the Christian religion I emerged triumphant the school of suf fering and persecution and the school poverty and they were bound by ofII of steel nay more by links of flesh blood to aid suffering and struggling workers They were against all unjust I and unnecessary wars and against the monstrous crime of crushing out small nationalities by superior force These were the guiding principles of the Irish party They must be the guiding princi pIes of all Radicals and Libeial worthy of the name and he defied Lord Rose bery or any other turn to call upon the Liberals and Radicals of Great Britain to be false to these principle- sWORTHILY BESTOWED Jerry King Receives Decora tion of Nyllc Legion of Honor c The pleasing news has just leaked out that Jerry King Secretary of the Irish American Society and a well known and popular resident of this city last week received the decoration of the New York Nylic Legion of Honor which makes hint a member of that organization and Is an honor of which he justly feels proud The Nylic Legion of Honor is a rather exclusive organization of insurance rues John A McCall President of the New York Life we believe being its head This decoration is handsome and expens ive and is conferred upon but few and is really an inspiration to greater deeds It could not have been more worthily be stowed as Jerry King enjoys the confi dence and respect of the entire com munity and will wear the Legion of Honor decoration with credit to himself and the generous donors Isis friends feel confident the future has still greater things in store for him HEROIC BOERS Resolution of Sympathy In troduced In House of Representatives Representative Sulzer of New York who is an ardent pro Boer last Monday introduced the following resolution in the lower bouse of Congress That we sympathize with the heroic Boers in their stauggle to maintain their liberty and independence and protest in the name of humanity aud civilization against the continuation of a war which outrages the feelings of all liberty loving people and that the Congress of the United States being committed to the principal of arbitration for the settlement of international disputes the President is hereby respectfully requested to urge upon the Government of Great Britain the wisdom of adopting this policy for the purpose of stopping the awful atroci ties now going on in South Africa and that the President Is hereby directed to maintain a strict neutrality between the contending forces and prevent the ship ment of contraband goods from ports in the United States to aid the British sol Biers In South Africa and respectfully inform the British Government that if the war in South Africa is continued it must be conducted In accordance with the rules of civilized warfare and the provisions agreed to and adopted by the Geneva convention andThe Hague peace convention EUCHRE AND DANCE The Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Coun cil No 230 Y MI will given euchre fend dance Wednesday afternoon and evening April for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital This is a worthy charity and the young ladles are endeav oring to make this a big auccese Jtis the first entertainmentvthis popular organization wilV lve this spring and U U hoped ihere will be a large attendance Ilaudeotue prizes will be awarded antl erCNt1lmentJervecl 1- i Ii a rtJ GATHOLICKNIGHTS Will Tomorrow Celebrate Their TwentyFifth Anniversary at St Johns State Chaplain Bax Will Be Celebrant at Solemn Vespers All the Falls Cities Branches to Participate in the Parade THOMAS SHEEHAN CHIEF MARSHAL Tomorrow afternoon at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets the various branches of the Catholic Knights of America of this city Jeffersonville and New Albany will begin their series of celebrations iu honor of the silver jubilee of that grand fraternal organization with solemn vespers The services will be solemn nnd impressive and will be con ducted by the Very Rev L D Bax State Chaplain and the oldest Catholic Knight in Kentucky Father Bax be came a member of the order on March 21 1878 and the late Father Lawler pn April 8 1878 Both were wise spiritual guides and counsellors and to their un tiring efforts and devotion the order owes much of its success Monday evening there was a very rep resentative gathering at the special meet hug called at St Marys Hall by President Veeneman and Secretary Score of the Central Committee nearly all the dele gates being present President Veene man presided over the deliberations of the body which were interesting throughout After some discussion and enthusiastic talks by Messrs Al Martin of St Johns branch Peter Dowling State President Michael Reichert Su preme Trustee W C Smith Jack Murphy and Jonathan Thickstnn of Jeffersonville Supreme Delegates McGinn Secretary Score C J Desse and Delegate Reising of New Albany it was unanimously resolved that the Knights of the three Falls Cities meet at St Marys Hall OL Eighth street near Walnut at 130 oclock and form in procession leaving there at 2 oclock for St Johns church where they will be received by the State Chap lain and the local clergy Thomas Sheehan of St Michaels branch was the unanimous choice for Grand Marshal and he announced as his aides State President Michael Reichert and the Presidents of the branches Each branch will select its own marshal and in the formation of the line the right will be given the oldest branch each follow ing in the order of their number The marchers will be preceded by a platoon of police and a band of music and they will doubtless make an imposing appearance as at least 1000 are expected to turn out A special request is made of every member to show himself on this occasion which means much tot the Catholic Knights of America The bead of the column will move promptly at 2 oclock the route being as follows Eighth to Walnut up Walnut to Fifth in Fifth to Market up Market to Brook out Brook to Jefferson up Jefferson to Jackson out Jackson to Green up Green to Shelby out Shelby to Broadway down Broadway to Clayand in Clay to SU Johns The churches that will be passed on the route are the Cathe dral St Michaels St Boniface awl St Martins at each of which there are flourishing branches The choir will be largely augmented for this occasion and the musical pro gramme will be one of unusual excel lence Vespers of the Blessed Virgin Gregor Magnificat Roeewigs Regina Coell 1I1 1 Werpet Vent Creator sepraao solo1VhitiA- ndreae rg by JMe Spiritual Director 7- a o n O Salutaris tenor so Wiegand Tan tutu Ergo 10ff Lambilotte Ave Maria ing SocietyAbt J Te ticIongregationalSoloistsSoprano be many celebrations of the twentyfifth anniversary of the Knights The Cen tral Committee has secured Macauleys Theater for the evening df May 20 and committees are hard at work arranging nn elaborate programme yiiich will include high class vaudeville features musical and literary exercises and per haps a short address by sime prominent orator of the order The proceeds from this entertainment will go to swell the fund for the protection of sickand dis abled members and also toaid in increa ing the already large membership As but few who are at prfernf members may live to see another jubilee of the Catholic Knights of America they should by their presence assist ip making the celebration tomorrow an ttiimposing and memorable one The officersof branches will report to Grand Marshal Sheehan upon their arrival at St Marys Hall Officers and staff for Sundays parade Grand Marshal Thomas Sheehan Aid De Camp Michael Reichart Branch 4 P J1 Dowling Branch 5 E Newhaus Branch 6 F Feldkamp Branch 14 J Fachler Branch 21 Will lam Corrigan Branch 24 Theodore Dig nan Branch 25 A F Martin Branch 32 John Schaeder Branch 36 S Hubbuch Branch 44 P Haseley Branch 46 Will lam G Norton Branch 262 Mathias Goetz branch 332 John Silberg Branch 642 F J Mayer New Albany Branch 7 James Russell Branch 9 Frank Zoeller Jeffersouville Branch C4 J MurphyThe of the Central Committee will lead the parade Namely W C Smith Supreme Trustee II Veeneman President Joseph P McGinn Vice President John J Score Secretary Edmund Rapp Treasurer John E Thickstun E Hill Joseph IIubbuch Trustees ARCHBISHOP IRELAND Is Quoted by Judge Hammond In an Important Decision In Southern Railroad Company vs Machinists Local Union Ill Fed 49 a case that involved a question as to labor strikes Judge Hammond said flI wish to cite for our Instruction an article which has fallen under my notice since the argument In this case began It is entitled Personal Liberty and Labor Strikes and appears in the current October number of the North American Review volume 173 p 445 It is written by the Most Reverend Arch bishop Ireland and presents the law governing this case so accurately aud tersely that I desire to adopt it as my own judgment and to quote from it certain passages pertinent to this case No lawyer or judge within my reading has stated the principles of judgment con trolling the courts in these cases more aptly though untechnically than this learned prelatetaw Notes March 1902 CARDINAL MARTINELLI Cardinal MartinelH Papal delegate to the United States spent Easter Sunday with the Bishop of Savannah celebrating the Pontifical high mass at the Cathedral Tuesday he opened the fair being held by the Cathedral parish and left the city Wednesday VOLUNTEER SOCIALS The third euchre and dance of the Vol unteer Socials will be given at Music Hall Wednesday afternoon and evening May 7 Music by Scallys union band I sharpLThe1 II1 Mews Edward J Dalton James Mc Bride A J Sheri4au Robert Mitchell 1 1DJGleeeon M Lr JalHtllJ Ratigan and Fd 14011tMainaarca a 1 leasan t ViimetbaUwhQi attend JOLLY TIME t The Members of Trinity Council Celebrate Their Fourth- Annhersnry Banquet at the Wlllard Hotel and Happy UespoiiHes of Toasts I Seated at the Tables Were Over J Two Hundred YOImgII their CLERGYMEN ALSO HONOR OCCASION I The banquet given the officers andII friends of Trinity Council last night at the Willard Hotel was the most enjoyable affair ever held under the auspices of that popular society Seated around the tables were two hundred of our best known Catholic young men and with them a number of clergymen The feature of the evening was the happy responses to the toasts following the excellent menu Lack of space and time prevents a lengthy account this week All did well and were enthusiastic in their praises of Trinity Council and the Young Mens Institute The menu and toasts were asfollows MENU Blue Points Cream of Corn Olives Cucumbers Sherry Salmon Croquettes Cream Sauce French Peas Potatoes en Paille Oyster Patties n la Reine Zin Fandel Roman Punch Lettuce Salad Vanilla Ice Cream Fruit Coffee Assorted Cakes CigarsTOASTS Fair pledges of a fruitful tree Why do ye fall so fast Your date is not so past But you may stay yet here awhile To blush and gently smile and go at last Address of Welcome Joseph E Piazza We may live without poetry music and art We may live without conscience we may live without heart We may live without friends we may live without books But civilized man can not live without cooks- Toastmaster John J Sullivan Wheu the worlds up and every swarm abroad Keep well thy temper mix not with each clay Dispatch necessities life hath a load Which must be carried on and safely may Yet keep these cares without thee let the heart Be Gods alone choose the better part The Priesthood Rev J A OGrady Our Order James B Kelly The Lilly of Prance may fade The thistle anti shamrock wither The oak of England may decay But the stars shine on for ever American Citizenship Emmet P Slattery Gather the ebudswhUe you may Old Time Iis still flying And this same flower that shines today Tomorrow will be dying OurCounclL11 Ben Hund She needs no eulogy She speaks for herself The Ladies AuxiliaryThomas J Garve Chorus Old Kentucky HomeThe Councill SILVER SERVICE James J Fitzgerald the welt known lawyer for the past year Exalted Rule- of the Louisville Lodge of Elks thi second largest in the United States was given a handsome testimonial Monday night Following the election of his epccaeFred Nnstiel his friends sur= roumled hits when Dave HJruch steppedl forward sad presented Mr Fitzgerald an D n c exquisite diamond studded Elks watch charm and a costly and beautiful silver service as a token of appreciation ot his services and his successful administra ion Mr Fitzgerald will represent the local body at Salt Lake City this summer ST EDWARDS HOSPITAL Worthy Charitable institution- to Be Dedicated on Tuesday St Edwards Hospital one of the grandest charitable institutions of Indiana will be solemnly dedicated next Tuesday by Right Rev Francis Silas Chatanl and Right Rev D ODonaghue Bishop and Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Indianapolis assisted by Rev Dean Faller of St Marys Rev Father Kelly of Holy Trinity and a number of prominent clergymen from Indiana and Kentucky The ceremonies will be solemn and impressive all the Catholic societies of New Albany participating- The Very Rev Dean Faller who in I augurated the movement out of which j grew this worthy charity and who has given his entire private fortune amounts ing to many thousands of dollars to aid the Franciscan Sisters has been seriously t ill for the past two months but his many friends will rejoice to learn that he j has recovered sufficiently to be able to t participate in the dedicatory ceremonies t and witness the crowning of his lifes greatest work The Sisters will hold a three days reception beginning Tuesday to which the public has been invited They will be assisted by well known ladies of New Albany and all will thus have an oppor tunity to Inspect the building Refresh ments will also be served for a small sum GETHSEMANE Scjflgs of the Resurrection if1 Day Sung by the Monks On Easter morning the monks of Geth semane sang in perfect unison and most touching harmony the songs of the glad Resurrection time One was reminded of the mediaeval times as the monks filed by the priests clad in pure white woolen garb and the brothers In brown flannel An addition to the library of the Abbey of Gethsemane is in course of erection The library numbers 20000 volumes some of which are very rare being 300 or 400 years old The addition will give much more room for the storing of these treasuresJust of the monastary is the congregations cemetery On one of the tombstones is the following inscription To the memory of our beloved mother Amanda Davis born November 14 1800 Married in Louisiana to David Bradford Baptized in the Holy Catholic Faith at Nazareth Ky taking for her baptismal name Amanda Jane Frances Bradford Died at New Hope Ky in her eighty first year October 22 1881 She was a sister of Jefferson Davis President of the Southern Confederacy MCARTYS GROCERY Joe McCarty for several years with the Illinois Central railroad and a well known member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has opened a grocery at the corner of Eighth and St Catherine streets Joe is a clever fellow and his host of friends wish him success in his stockedywith new and fresh goods which the public are invited to inspect A cozy annex is attached where a cordial recep Non awaits all who visit the genial proprietor POSTPONEDe The euchre and reception of the Married Womens Club of Holy Trinity church New Albany announced for last Wednesday afternoon and eveningi was poatfXHiedtill Tuesday April 15 Many areexpsctedtoattend iron this city1 u i c n 5 FEDERATION 1 An Encouraging Meeting Held Thursday Night at Satolll Council Hall The Credentials Received From 5 Catholic Socioics For Twen tyFour Delegates Expected That Sixty Louisville Organizations Will Send- Ropresentatives ADJOURNED TO THURSDAY APRIL 24 The first meeting of regularly accredited delegates to the Federation of Catholic Societies of Jefferson county was held Thursday night at Satolli Hall with Dr J W Fowler of the Catholic Club in the chair The responses to the circular issued by Chairman Emmet Slattery were read by Secretary John Crotty and the announcement that credentials had been received from twenty four representatives of organizations that had voted to join the Federation was receivedwith marked manifestations of enthusiasm That the Catholics of Louisville are interested in this move ment can no longer be doubted and when the next meeting takes place it is expected that at least sixty organizations will be represented Quite an interesting address was made by Editor Neuhaus of the Glaubensbote the other speakers of the evening being Chairman Fowler Walter P Lincoln W C Smith and the young ladies repre sending the auxiliary of Trinity Council The announcement was made that Kentucky would strive to have a State Federation before the national conven ilea which meets at Chicago in July Also that besides Archbishop Elder ten Bishops had expressed their approval of this grand lay movement and that when the convention was held this summer the venerable Archbishop Feehan and his Bishops would be found giving their encouragement and cooperation Many of our local societies have not yet acted upon the resolution sent them by the committee of which Emmet Slattery is Chairman audit was decided not to meet again until all have had opportunity to do so Therefore a reso lull n was passed adjourning until Thursday night April 24 when the t delegates will assemble at Satolli Hall on Second street At this meeting the formal organization will take place and a date set for the election of permanent officers S b THOMAS W TARPEY The Louisville Traveling Men Make Him Their- President 5 Thomas W Tarpey a popular and re spected IrishAmerican and one of the best known traveling men in this and adjoining States was the unanimous choice of the Louisville Post of the travelers Protective Association for the ensuing year The annual meeting was held at the Louisville Hotel and the attendance was the largest ever recorded For the other officers there were warm contests particularly for Board of Di rectors and delegates to the State con vention The successful candidates for Directors were Messrs J J Beck E J Slattery B J Jansen C R Bethel and Frank Brooker The delegates ticket headed by V H Engelhard and which favors his election as State President won by a handsome majority President Tarpey has the support of u united membership which augurs well for a harmonious and successful adminis tration Many congratulatory messages have been received by him from all parts of the country THE RESURRECTIONISTS The OrderFormallyApprovedby paganda The order of priests known as the Resurrectionists formed over fifty yearsNago by several Polish priests is reported to have been approved by the Holy Father and the Propaganda at Rome The order is missionary and educationalll- and has charge of several missions and colleges Including a college at Berlin Canada and St Marys College near Lebanon Ky The Provincialis the Very Rev John Kasprzycki who has charge ota Polish congregation In Chil lrcago AMONO ills FRIENDS Exofficer James Heffernan who resigned from the police force some time ago has opened the cafe formerly con dueled by Ed Finn at Fifth and Jeffersoti streets This was a popular resort forye rs and as conducted by Its present genial regaininghas a host of friends who will be glad Ap patronize him The stand issgoodoueU and the beet faU that is OigiuMla hippy greeting awaits all callers f 0 n a r KENTUCKY IRISH A1 IFRIwA1Si KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflU NIIIMYIINNYIN1111 noted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Amorlcaae WILLXAh Z ivr HCIQOIIMW publlber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bettered at the L t lsvllto Postofflce as SecondCUs Matter Idtersoili Comeaaltatloastolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oren Streett i NION TRADES UBEtCOUNCt L LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 5 1902 GENIUS THWARTED BY ORES Cecil Rhodes whose arabitiot lascausedweek lamentiug his failure tt accomplish his gigantic ideals While the war grew out of Rhodes plans they were not necessarily the cause of the war Indeed none regreted the interruption of war more than he and he impatiently longed for peace that he might proceed with his work ol progressive development and com mercial expansion Whatever his ideas of government or national right or the means charged to have been resorted to for accom r A plishing his ends his schemes were of such magnitude that politicians and government were necessarily involved and it seems that these latter instead of following peace ful methods and recognizing na tional rights preferred to assume arbitrary means to secure con quest and control For years the authority and rights of the Boer republics were recognized international interests were fully protected by treaty and the genius of Cecil Rhodes was opening up to the world the wealth of South Africa penetrating the wilderness seeking new bonanzas building railroads and bridges and establishing lines of transportation and communication for extending commerce The greediness and disregard of treaty restrictions by the British Government which seeks to appropriate all benefits and control all sources and avenues of trade forced the Boer republics to war as the only alternative to avoid being first robbed then ignored in affairs of government and finally suppressed as a result of deceptive and dishonorable diplomatic negotiations This was shown in the course pursued by the British Government in the negotiations preceding the war and which has been fully exposed Cecil Rhodes nay have been a to party to the scheme of conquest of the Boer republics though he deplored the war because of its interruption of his progress and yearned for peace that he might resume but it is claimed he opposed war and urged its cessation rt for the same reason Be this as it may he was a genius industrious r courageous persistent to whom the world is indebted for the devel opment modern progress and commerce of South Africa Though he became immensely wealthy and wielded influence in government affairs he seemed more infatuated with accomplishing his ideal than attaining riches or power His ambition was to develop the mines and other products of Africa1 and by railroads and river craft establish Unesof transportation with the ports and then ship lines to the marts of the world a trunk railway from Cape Town to Cairo with branches throughput the Dark Continent and jhe jungles of Africa would be opened up and accessible to the modern world with its commerceBut various races nations and governments arid un fortunately Cecil Rhodes was the subject of a selfish and grasping government lacking the broadness of judgment sense of justice and liberality of spirit to render pos sible the carrying out of so gigantic a project for the advancement of the commerce and civilization of the world of all nations Great Britain wants it all or it shall not n bey Rather than permit the Boer republics as independent States to control within their jurijdktion J r J a by I and by treaty allow to other nation the same privileges already enjoyedI republictmust be dominated or abolishedl I that England may rule and reapI the benefit of South African devel opment and trade to the exclusion I of all other nations and England CeciloRhodes genius The war resulting stopped all Its cruelties and destruction em squanderf ing of millions disturbance of commercial intercourse and finally th death of the leading star of geniu- to the project renders doubtful th realization of Cecil Rhodes meal Certainly never under British rule for Englands greed destroyed her chance has cost her thousands olives f millions of sterling depreci ated her prestige and credit de priced her of all confidence and respecta condition not favorable for resuming Cecil Rhodes work And the end of the Boer war iis not yet THE BETTER WAY The substitution of conference and arbitration for contention strikes nnd lockouts ns a means of settling differences between capital and labor is far more general in this country than the average reader would suppose because only the prominent instances where trouble is threatened or already begun are published The hun dreds of cases involving thousands of workmen where settlements have been agreed upon without the least interruption of business are not noted The principal ones recently satis factorily arranged involving several hundred thousand employes millions of capital the peace of the community and general business and saving the losses that a strike or lockout would entail are the Boston teamsters New York gar ment workers Pennsylvania an thracite miners the soft coal miners in Pittsburg district Ohio Illinois Eastern Kentucky and other sec tions the hollowware iron molders throughout the United States and Canada the longshoremen and stevedores at all ports on the lakes the New England cotton mills oper atives employes of the Illinois Cen tral and several other railroads These however are only the late converts as it were who are beginning the new wny for it has been in vogue for years among the printers railroad engineers glass workers iron workers miners builders and other crafts wherever labor unions could induce em ployers to accept it Their many differences which arise from time to time the renewal of agreements revision of wages regulation of hours are all quietly discussed and settled the work and business continuing uninterrupted and the pub lie hearing nothing of it Hence among the American industries with millions of employes and thousands of employers strikes and labor troubles are becoming more rare year by year business is less interrupted workers more steadily employed and the people richer the amount lost in idleness and squandered in the contention of kbor troubles While this is a credit to the American people it is really due to the conservatism and persistent effort of American labor organizations that this advanced method has been so far adopted since they originated urged and fought for this fair way only demanding just and equal recognition and consideration with the employer Having inaugurated it its falrnws and peace J d 0 4 t J ful results commend it to the American people Mayor Grainge is right in favor ing publlc improvements to start something doing that it tak money to make street and sewers and keep them in condition and the Council should appropriate the money that the taxpayers do not complain at the tax rate if t money is judiciously expended and they see results Let the Mayor inaugurate his progressive idea and the Council back him up so there may be an awakening and tigns of renewed life in town with the opening of spring The peop who foot the hIlls want something to show for it Of course the kickers will kick but that is all1 they ever do whether the tax is high or low expenditures large or small the city alive with activity or quiet as a graveyard Its the kickers vocation in life to kic and they will kick no matter whatt comes or goes The Norfolk street car strikers ace hayse aned given up the fight The majority have signed a petition to the railway company asking for employ ment on the arbitrators terms an j the company has agreed to rein state them as soon as possible The other labor organizations and the public could not stand for the anti arbitration act and the strikers soon found themselves in the lurch and the minority adopted the only course open to them to remedy the wrong finally inducing others to join until ninetyseven of the 162 signed the petition for reinstate ment Congressman Richardson who sprung the sensation alleging bribery in connection with the purchase of the Danish West Indies and had Congress appoint an investigating committee seems to have been buncoed by two irrespon sible adventurers Had Mr Rich ardson learned that Davy Crocketts advice Be sure youre right then go ahead applies to politicians as well as other people he would have been spared the ridicule and denun ciation now being heaped uponi him The report of the resumption of peace negotiations in South Afric- is coupled with another that the British War Office is arranging tto float 50000000 more bonds to carry on the Boer war In this shape it looks as if those in authority do not put much faith in the prospects for peace Judge ODoherty who tried his first case last Monday is still being heartily congratulated on his ap pointment which is all the more creditable since it came unsought His selection meets with generali approval except by the patriots I who seem too dazed for utterance Whether March came in like a lamb or lion it certainly went out howling with thunder lightning rain sleet snow hail storms blizzards cyclonces and floods causing loss of life and property from the Rocky mountains to the Atlantic Ocean Charles Irohmau the American theatrical manager has secure control of all the leading I ondou theaters so time Britisher will have to pay tribute to the blarsted Yan kees even when he goes to see the show Germany had better go a little slow about enforcing her meat in spection law toexclude American pork Uncle Sam is atriffle techy about his hogs and might retaliate in a way not at all agreeable If the sanitary inspectors and Health Board do their duty the city will have such a spring clean ing as has not been seen for years And it needs it too TRIAL NEXT PALL The case of Will Nugent pending fpr sometime before Judge Walter Evens has been again postponed this tine till next October nil fond Was flied at 8000 b GJt1L SQGIETY I childreesreturned from Washington Thursday Miss Jeannette Jewell of Chicago is Ju the city visiting Miss Mamie Applegate Mrs Dr Sullivan of Eminence iis Jeffersoliett villaMiss Margaret Peake of Bardstown spent Easter here as the guest of Miss 5Reta Harcourt Bailiff William Bosler of the Cit Court has returned from Hot Springs fully recovered leMr and Mrs Henry W Edinger have returned from Hot Springs where the spent three weeks Dr John Maguire of Lexington who spent the winter here studying medicine f has returned home Mrs John J Howley of Pittsburg iis visiting her mother Mrs William Norton West Broadway fokr several mouths is now able to go about i but still uses crutches Misses Lucille McCloskey and Nantie Iroinan spent the Easter holidays with friends at Taylorsville Prank Welch who was the guest of Miss Alice Monroe in Jeffersonville left Wednesday for Indianapolis Mr Charles R Long President of the Water Company who has been seriously ill of typhoid fever is able to sit up dPrank Minor of Columbus spent several days in Jeffersonville this week the guest of his sister Mrs Wilt Sweeney Mrs Harvey Thomas of Cincinnati who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Richard Donigau has returned home Mrs Toney Norton who has been very ill with typhoid fever is now improving This will be pleasant news to her many friends Miss Kate Lyons who was last week seriously ill of pneumonia at her home on Fourth avenue is reported as slowly Im proving Mrs W S Harkuess has returned tto her home otjellico Tenn after a de lightful visit with Mrs Riley 2924 Fourth street Miss Blanche Dorland left Thurada for New York where she will span several weeks with her sister Mrs Joseph Qualey Miss Maggie Kennedy who last week underwent a severe but successful opera tion is repotted steadily improving at her home in Portland a The manyfriends of Miss Margaret Norton Second street will be glad to hear that she has about recovered from her illness of the past week Mr Joseph Debsucque of Converse Indwas lire guest of Miss Katherine Delaney of West Oak street last Sunday He is a popular youog glass worke- at Converse aMrs Amos Coombs who had been iin the city for three weeks under medical treatment was so far improved as to return to her home in Charlestown Ind WednesdayMrs V McCann and daughter Miss Emma who spent the Easter holidays with relatives and friends in indian- apolis arrived home in Jeffersonville th first part of the week Dan Rafferty has been receiving many sweet smiles from the Limerick girlsI lately as the frequency with which he brings serenades in the neighborhood makes him quite popular Tames A Sexton has accepted a posi tion in the shipping department of the Frank A Menne Candy CoflJim willI be sure to acquit himself creditably t I both his employers and himself The bans of matrimony were announced- in the Catholic church at Raywick last Sunday between Miss Lalla Kelly and Tyler Bickett both well known and popular in that section of the State Sylvester Doyle the popular Limerick vocalist who made such a hit in the recent Hibernian entertainment at Macauleys Theater is now very much iin demandat entertainments and house parties Among the musical programmes at the surpasseddrendered by the St under the direction of Miss Agnes Rich ter The mass sung was by M Loesli the duets by MIss May Kelley and Harry Soete and the Misses Rosen were unusually good Among the many pleasant social affairs of the past week none was more enjoyed than the informal tea given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Augustus E Willson in honor of her niece Mrs Charles Millard of Peoria before marriage Miss Bessie Ekin and popular in our best society circles Mackin Council has issued a large number of invitations for its reception and dance at Fountain Ferry on Thurs day night April 17 Charles Raidy Jack Shelley and Prank Murphy declare this affair will eclipse anything heretofore undertaken They hope to have at least a thousand persons in the grand march The event of greatest importance next week in New Albany society circle is the dance to be given by time Dinner Club at Maenaerchor Hall for the bene fit of St Edward a Hospital Great inter est is being shown in the event wbtchl now seems an auaured social and financial n I success It is under the patronage of the leading ladies of that city ITheI euchre and dance given by Trinity their halt Monday night was titannIcouncilat success Everybody lmlla I pleased at their reception by the com mittee The prize winners were MissesI hula Schuuipf Mamie Fink JuliaI Howard and Messrs George Dues F Barber and Frank Weidemer Frank Norton graduated from the Uni vesity of Louisville Friday of last week taking second honor and was appoint resident physician at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Dr Norton is the son of the late William Norton andI coneYe wets1 known travelling salesman A pretty wedding was solemnized last oYE Holy Trinity church New Albany the contracting parties being Miss Mary Hogan and Henry F Goodecke a well1 known resident of Vlncennes The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Kelly The happy couple will reside at Vincenues the home of the groom andI New Albany loses another of her most charming women Miss Katherine Delaney anti her brothers Martin and Michael Delaney 719 West Oak will leave for Hartford City Ind in a few weeks where they will reside in the future They have two brothers who are engaged in business in that section of Indiana Ticy are Pat Delaney of Hartford City and John Delaney of Converse They have the best wishes of their many friends who regret their departure Invitations have been received announcing the marriage of Miss PaanY Arnold of Lebanon Junction to Disne Ryan of this city Miss Arnold is th daughter of William Arnold a prominent farmer of Bullitt county and Mr Ryan is a well known Louisville Nashville engineer The ceremony will be per formed by the Rev Father Walsh at the Sacred Heart church on April 1C with nuptial mass at 730 oclock The engagement of Mrs A M Wathen of this city and Col W D Wilkerson of Memphis is announced the marriage to occur at the home of the bride COO West Chestnut street April 16 Mrs Wathen was formerly Miss Anna Kitzcro and has many friends in the city Col Wilkerson is prominent among the legal profession of Memphis After a trip through the South the Colonel and bisI bride will make their home in Memphis Daniel McCarthy a prominent citizen of Sandusky Ohio and formerly Presi Countyd nians who has been visiting his brother and friends here for the past two months leaves for home today Mr McCarthy ii- a is successful business man and a leader of the Democratic party in that part of Ohio During his stay he made a host of friends who will be glad to welcome hint back to Louisville iAir J Huber Rlug old assistant t President Milton H Smith of the Louis yule Nashville railroad returned Wednesday from Alabama where h went to recover from an attack of illness that was serious for several days Mr ofrthe many Louisville Nashville officials and the news of his recent sickness at the time was received with as much sor row as the announcement of his complete recovery will be welcomed with delight At St Johns church Tuesday by the Rev Father Bax Miss Josephine Sachse and Fred Weber were mar red John and Joseph Sachse were ushers and attendants After the cere homeeof the brides parents G29 East Chestnut street and they left for their future home groomsholds a position as Government Inspector On their arrival they were welcomed by the garrison and band and escorted from the depot A surprise euchre was given Miss Josie Schitrck on Easter Monday night by a wonoby Misses Josie Schurck Nellie Anger nieier Nell Smith Messrs Paul Higgins C Luskey Sebastian Hubbuch Those present were Misses Josie Schurck Nellie Angermeier Henrietta Kaiser Marie Herenn Treasa Geradi Nell Smith Lulu and Anna Mayer Hattie Higgins and Josephine Gnau Messrs Sebastian Hubbuch C Luskey C Gnau Martin Goby II Grail W Cassidy Paul Rig gins and F Maas- DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT St Josephs Dramatic Club will give a dramatic entertainment entitled The Strike or Capital vs Labor at their hall on Washington street between Adams and Webster Sunday evening April 0 at 8 oclock The cast of characters Faber proprietor Stand Machine Works William Struble Wright foremanTony Peterworth Jones engineer Albert Schmit Law Fabers attorneyLouis Spier Lord Colonel of militia John J Seiberg Smith director Enterprise Mach- ineWorksCharles Wedeimer Ray foreman Louis Weis Dash Smiths friend Otto Poschinger Jack Smiths servant Prank Bader Cute agent Socialistic Labor Reform Society Albert Gnau L LYNB HERNDON The unanimous selection by the lower ward of the General Council last Tues day night was indeed a handsome compliment to that hustling young Democrat from the Seventh ward and his friends can bear testimony that it was not undeserved Mr Herndon is the city repre sentative of the Bradley Gilbert Com pany and isa good friend of organized labor his first vote Tuesday evening being in favor of employing none but union labor fur city work r 0S l IN DUBLIN Grand pomoitBtrnt inn In Honor of St Patrick nntl Irish Nationality All Classes Were Represented and tho Young People Conspicuouse Tho Music Songs Addresses and Resolutions Wore All Thoroughly Irish LARGEST PARADE IN MANY YEARS The authors of the St Patricks Eve procession scored a big success in Dublin Sundays March 16 demonstration was a surprise to the most enthusiastic worker for an Irish Ireland The procession throughrstreets 1890 and inasmuch as it was almost all Dublins own the success was all the more striking Only a few country contingents took part in the pro ceedings nevertheless the result was the most impressive demonstration seen in the Capital for many a day and one of the most earnest At an early hour in the morning the workers of the Gaelic League took up the post assigned to them by the Collection and Demonstra timeYbeholdYpree sented by the arrival of contingents from all directions with gay banners floating over hardy men and boys and even little children tramping to the sound of martial Irish music As the contingents arrived they formed into line The pro pipersrepresenting lin who were surrounded by a bodyguard of hurlers with their cauians from the Confederates Hurling Club After these came the Executive Committee of the Gaelic League and the Council for the Preservation of the Irish Language in carriages and those were succeeded by the band of the Workinginens Club York street The Clontarf Branch of the Gaelic League were represented by tableaux emblematic of the Ard Righ of Erin the vanquisher of the Danes A round tower Celtic cross and other emblems were carried on drays and Brian and his gallowglasses were also represented by horsemen suitably mounted and attired One of the twentythree branches of the Gaelic League came immediately after each contingent carrying a banner worked with the name of the branch inI Gaelic and numerous bannerettes Time educational section was one of the most significant things in the whole proces itowas male up of representatives of every system of education in Ireland from the waseheaded by the Artane Industrial School band after which the Eireannach branch of the Gaelic League were represented by emblematic tableaux The University College was rep resented by a large contingent and various other colleges were represented including St Thomas Newbridge St Patricks Training College Among the other schools which sent contingents were Haddiugton road National School St Carriglea Industrial School Lesson lane Loretto School The Lei uster Choral Union also had a place in this section with their wagonette The Gaelic Ath letic clubs made upa section which would form a creditable procession in itself They were led by the Blauchards town Brass and Reed Band They made up a total of probably a thousand men and the camans of the hurlers lent a special attractiveness to their athletic bearing The Irish Industrial Section was perhaps the most varied of all consisting ash did of contingents repre senting the various trades and labor bodies in the city with their splendid banners The tablcax emblematic of Irish cottage industry made a fine dis play The section devoted to Nationalist societies was made up mostly of members of the United Irish League and in the section devoted to Friendly Societies the Irish National Foresters which had just taken part In their annual church parade made an excellent display In the temperance section there was an enormous gathering representing the various tem perance societies of the city as well as the Catholic Boys Brigade Church street with their hand The Pliibsboro and North Dublin Temperauce Society alone had several thousand representatives The representatives of the corporation mind the various local public boards in carriages completed a procession of the most imposing dimensions It is not easy to estimate the number of people who took part in the procession but some idea of its length may be gained from the knowledge of the fact that it toots exactly three minutes less than an hour to pass a given point although going at a lively paceWhen the procession drew up at Smith field there was a regular sea of faces in front of the brake containing the speakers who addressed the public meeting which concluded the days proceedings Most of the speeches were in Irish and they all breathed the tone of triumph smut hope which the occasion justified The Rev Dr OHickey presided and In an excellent Irish speech pointed out that they were now well on the road to Irish Ireland and there should be no halt till they reached their goal lIe paid a trlbI ute to the port which Dublin had played in the movement and added that the days demonstrations would still further strengthen them to carry on their workI Mr ODaly read four resolutions which were adopted First In support t c IRISH SSOCIETYDIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets TuesdayPresident Thomas J Dolau RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank Street Treasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Con J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keanev 1335 Rosters street TreasurerOwen Kelran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy t LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall ReillyIresldentRobert Vice President B A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogau TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President John J Flynn First Vice President M W Murphy Second Vice President J F Chester KingFinancialTreasurer Thomas Keenan CaseySentinelTint CATHOLIC KNIGHTS I orIOI3The members of all branches of the Catholic Knights of America are notified to assemble at St Marys Hall Eighth street Sunday afternoon at 130 oclock to take part in the jubilee parade and at tend our anniversary services at St John church By order- CENTRAL COMMITTEE LOUIS A BRORING Dre Ssl DENrIST Announces the Removal of Isis Office to 442 WEST MARKET ST AppelsGents IDEAL DENTISTRY llegantG01l1modern and best equipped office in the city BUCKINGHAM WEEK 6SUNDAY Matinees Sunday Monday Wcdnetday Saturday TH6 Brgadiers INTRODUCING The Fete of the Condoliers The Vanishing Brigadiers And the following olio Lida Dexter ticDonald Hunter and Miller Kelly and Reno the Nolans Percy Walling A Chorus of Twenty Young Ladies and the Burlesque fiAt Sulphur Springs of time Gaelic League SecondA de mand for the proper treatment of Irish in the educational systems Third In support of Irish industry Fourth In favor of making St Patricks day a national holiday DUCKINOIjAMa At the Buckingham next week will be the Brigadiers a merry combination of vaudeville and burlesque with plenty of good talent bright music pretty girls and handsome stage effects Two novel ties will be produced by the company one called The Vanishing Brigadier and the outer The Fate of the Gondo liers both of which are said to be en tirely new to the burlesque stage In the company are Lida Dexter in a sketch called The Modern Diana McDonald Brothers Irish comedians Kelly and Reno the great grotesque acrobats Berol and Berol the artist and the rag picker who paint pictures with rags junk and rubbish DeArville sisters singing and acrobatic dancers Percy Wallings the t songsHuntercomedians and Edwina Mercier singing soubrette The show concludes with the the burletta At Sulphur Springs Low shoes and slippers are keeping pace with all the other elegances of dress and it Is evident that dressing the feet is to be a very particular consideration dur ing the coming summer twl YL ITiTCKY IRISH AMERICAN t t t t t t t t + U t Mt tM M ItMt t tt M M Mt M t HItMt I M f t H t t t H tt t + + +H + Ht t tt t It H t H t t t t ++++ H t + H+ H + t + + H t t t t +tj tt + t tt tt H H H + CUSCADENS ICE CREAM OR CHARLOTTE RUSSE onirSSoTcHSNr MADE OF FRUIT AND CREAM SPECIAL RATES TO LODGES ETC ETC TELEPHONE 518415417 SECOND STREET RUSSE IN BOWLS 35c 50 75cAND 100 INDIVIDUAL RUSSE 50c A DOZENt H+H u H M m M Mt H Mt H m t +++++H M m t M M4M M M M H H + M M M MM H U ++H t tt t M M + M tM M t t iskooryJenrntth ri- SkdorTQn an fRlefraifity 3 fend For dialgueIly NJar Seven 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 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to ICHICAGOON THE C cult a R aJLwiY b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR l E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C II ROCKWELL Traffic BUnager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN s FRANK R WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2093 LOUISVILLE KY DI OLD JBOONE TO SUPPLY THE ll- SICMONVALESCENT5 a- l o FAMILIES- With I AnAbsolutely Pure Product Have Secured Control Of The ramousKenfuckvBrdnd And VillSeUltAt DISTILLERY Prices Illinois central BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis AN- DNew Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from Chicago Cincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Springs SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoW J McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H HansonG ChicagoWm A G PA Louisville Home Seekers Excursions at very LOW RATES to many points in the following territory Arizona Colorado Idaho Indian Terri tory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minne sota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Texas Utah Wisconsin and Wyoming over th- eBig Four Route Selling dates March 4 and 18 April 1 and 10 May 0 and 20 For full Infor mation and particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privileges etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch General Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assistant General Passenger and Ticket Agent Cincinnati D S J Oatti General Agent Louisville Ky New Hampshire Hibernians are never Mlle Division 1 of Dover and Division A of Salmon Falls gave successful and en joyable balls Monday night k 6 YEAR OLD PER GALLON 5200 PER PUff 25m 8 YEAR OLD PER GALLON 3300 PER PINT 40m 10 YEAR OLD PERGALLONS400 PER PINT 50 Shipped Any WhereT RfAGANJS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars FRESI3 OYSTERS SERVED DAY AND NIGHT In any style ordered Hot Soup And Lunch Sandwiches of all kind- sSPEOIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of other chickensThey lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 8C8 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 01 ZENDA DANCING CLUB The Zenda Dancing Club whose reputation is well known as successful entertainers will give a repetition of their past efforts in the form of a dance and reception at the New Athletic Club Fifth and Zane streets Friday evening April 18 The club will issue a handsome souvenir programme for the occasion with au extra fine selection of music arranged by Prof Julius Kueltr whose orchestra will furnish the dance music The members of the club are John Barry D8nielJ Hartnett John J Grogan M J Shangbnesey Joseph S Meixsel John Pendergast Walter Adams William H Pancingw1tl Li i IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Lagely attended meetings of the local branches of the United Irish League were heldoii the 23d ult in Leitrim Roscom mon and Sligo counties among the speakers being a number of the Irish members of Parliament A full meeting of the Kilmorcc branch of the United Irish League was held April 23 At other places in the County Mayo the interest is increasing and lib eral subscriptions are being made to the Parliamentary and defense funds At Kilkenny assizes before Justice Madden J P Walsh the Secretary of the United Irish League Callan charged under the Whitebey act was brought before a jury anti acquitted The charge arose out of the writing of an alleged threatening letter Louth show held qt Ardee and favored hyl remarkably fine weather was a very great success The entries were numer ous null the class of exhibits good all roundespecially so in the case of cattle which were as fine a lot as was ever shown in any part of the country On Monday the body of Francis Munster a sailor aged nineteen years who was drowned in the River Boyne near Drogheda together with a young man named Richard Fitzpatrick aged nineteen a laborer was found floating close to where he was last seen alive The body was almost unrecognizable except by the clothing About a week ago a man named Bow man was arrested in Glasgow on a war rant charging him with having com mitted bigamy in Ireland He was duly conveyed under an Irish Constabulary escort to Belfast and lodged in the county prison Bowman however took ill the next day and after a medical examina tion it was ascertained he was suffering from smallpox The authorities are very reticent about the matter- A poignant feeling of regret has been occasioned in Mitchelstown by the death after a short illness of Ambrose Mande ville Solicitor and Coroner Mr Mande ville was taken suddenly ill on Saturday morning and was immediately attended by Dr T OBrien and Dr M P OBrien but never rallied and died on Sunday Mr Mandeville belonged to a family that have been very prominently identi fied with the national movement The managers of the Great Northern Railway and of the Donegal Railway announce the settlement of the vexed question of rates and fares between Derry and Strabane which has been in dispute since the extensiou of the Done gal lines to Derry over a year ago The war of rebates between the two companies has been a fierce and mutually unremuuerative one It has ended in an arrangement for equol rates and fares on each railway between the two companies On Thursday a fire was discovered in the parish church Buncrana County Donegal and did considerable damage before extinguished How precisely the fire originated is not known but smoke Issuing from the edifice attracted the at tention of passersby When the doors were broken open it was found that the fire had obtainer a firm hold on the left hand corner between the organ and the pulpit When extinguished Jt was found that the organ was destroyed and the seats mud woodwork injured by fire and waterAt Limerick assizes the Chief Justice delivered judgment in a case heard at the summer assizes in which Sarah Cooney sued the Limerick County Council for damages in consequence of injuries al leged to have been sustained by her when she was thrown from a trap owing to the defective condition of a road over which the council had control His Lordship now held that the council was not liable for nonfeasance and distinguished from misfeasance the road having been out of contract and in disrepair and dismissed the action- A shocking tragedy is reported from Swanlinbar on the borders of the coun ties of Cavan and Fermanagh It appears two brothers belonging to the agricultural laborer class named McGovern and a companion named Clarke returning homeward after celebrating St Patricks day quarreled on the road about mid night Clarke it is alleged twice stabbed the younger McGovern through the heart with a large pocket knife The injured man died almost instantly Clarke after ward disappeared and the constabulary are scouring the country for him A special meeting of the proprietors of the Dublin Wicklow Wexford Rail way Company was held for the purpose of approving of the bill now before Par liament providing for the revision of the rent payable in respect of the lease of the undertaking of the Dublin Kings town Railway Company to the Dublin Wicklow Wexford Railway Company The bill was approved of by a large ma jority It was also unanimously approved of at meetings of the proprietors of the New Ross Waterford extension rail ways and on the City of Dublin junction railwaysOn a suicide of a very delib erate character took place at the level crossing of Lough Swilly railway over the mate road into Londonderry The victim was W J Manltsaid formerly a building contractor in Londonderry but who Utterly had been in the asylum The I i gateman was closing the roadway when he saw the deceased ina safe position standing against the wall Deceased looked toward the railway station anti remarked No word of her yet Later he repeated this remark On seeing the engine approaching he ran forward threw himself face down on the ground and gripped the rail His head and legs were severed- A most interesting ceremonythe first of its kind in Leithtook place in St Marys Star of the Sea Leith on Sun day The occasion was the consecration of the respected Superior of the Mission Father Gaughran OMI to the See of Tentyra Father Gaughrau has been stationed in Leith for the past six years and has won the esteem of his flock in a remarkable manner There was a large congregation with a goodly sprinkling of representative Protestants There was also a large attendance of the clergy The ceremony was a most impressive one and the large congregation was visibly touched The sermon was preached by Bishop Maguire- At Athlone quarter sessions before County Court Judge OConnor Morris the hearing was resumed of the appeals of Messrs John Fitzgibbon and Patrick Webb from the sentences of two mouths imprisonment and two additional months in default of giving bail imposed by Messrs Harrel and Brown constituting the court under the coercion act Judge OConnor Morris on the refusal of Messrs Fitgibbon and Webb to give bail directed that they be imprisoned for four months as firstclass misdemeanants Messrs Fitzgibbon and Webb on leaving the courthouse were enthusiastically cheered by a large crowd and escorted amidst great enthusiasm to the Prince of Wales Hotel from the windows of which speeches were delivered The dedication of the parish church at Dromin near Kilmallock which has been reroofed and partially rebuilt took place on Sunday Two years ago Father Canty undertook to provide proper ac commodation for his flock and placed the undertaking In the hands of the late G C Ashlin who drew up plans for the work which has been carried out under the superintendence of his nephew The church is cruciform and ju the renovated structure four fine Gothic arches support the roof The effect is very striking The roof is of pitch pine strongly made and Killaloe slates are used The church now provides ample accommodation for the needs of the parishioners and was greatly admired by all who saw it The dedication was performed by the Most Rev Dr ODwyer after which high mass was celebrated Father W Hig gins of Effin was celebrant Father Frost of Dromin deacon Father P Breen of Rockhill subdeacon Father OCon nor of Bruff master of ceremonies Rev Father Canty of Dromin assisted at the throne Rev Canon McNamara of Bruff and Rev W OShea were assistant priestsST CECILIAS BAZAR Committees Actively at Work to Make It Eclipse Any Previously Held The bazar for St Cecilias church to begin April 21 promises to surpass any thing of the kind ever held in the West End The various committees repre setting the old and the young people of the congregation are now fully organized and at work vicing with each other in a friendly rivalry that bespeaks an enjoy able success The booths will be in charge of the different societies and one of thb most active committees is that of the Girls Sodality who are eagerly striving to make a good showing and return There will also be the St Cecilia Ladies Altar Society St Vincents and Young Ladles Sodality booths for all of which committees are canvassing and working The combination tickets a chance on ten useful articles for twenty five cents are selling rapidly all over the city Many beautiful articles have al ready been donated and more are prom iced With the congregation united and working together the bazar will be the success desired and a most enjoyable affair MUSICALE AND DANCE At Music Hall next Wednesday even ing an enjoyable entertainment will be given by Miss June Ijames The follow ing is the programme Solo selected Miss Bee Mullarkey Song How can 1 help loviu that man Leota Bieracli Song Mamma will you stay at home tonight Lee Ijames SongUDat minstrel man of mine Lizzie Roger- sSongGood Morning Carrie Wellington children Solo selected Mr John Green Song Indian Lament June Ijames Song My Honey Dove Lillie White sidesSong Ill be with you when the roses bloom again Funsttdl Ijames Cake Walk Ijames Vaiel Wellington Grau Husman Song Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man Mr Edwin Sabrie Duet Tell me pretty maiden June and LeeJjames Song The Bridge of Sighs Mr Thomas D Cline One very encouraging feature aboutt the braid trimmings is that they are nott all expensive It JIB when they are applied to lace and chiffon that the price creeps tip l L a r i HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekUeneral- News Notes Now is the time for the divisions to begin work for their summer celebra tionsAnother large class will take the first and second degrees Monday night at Milwaukee Four Boston divisions will march to St Marys church tomorrow and receive holy communionAll of the order are cordially invited to attend the meeting of Division 1 next Tuesday night All the Divisions meet next week Let the members turn out in large numbers to meet those recently initiated Division 1 of St Paul and its Ladles Auxiliary gave their annual card party and ball Monday night their friends filling Elks Hall Division 1 and the Ladles Auxiliary of Milwaukee gave an Easter social last Monday night tutat attracted many peo pIe to Universjty Hall Wednesday evening Division 1 of Du luth conferred two degrees on a large class after which there was a social ses sion and a pleasing programme Division 19 of East Weymouth Mass conferred the second degree on thirty candidates at its last meeting The an nual concert and ball occurred Monday eveningDivision 1 and the Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul have moved into elegant quarters opposite the Postoffice and will celebrate the event with a jolly house warming on April 17 Division 5 of Somersworth N H held a three days fair at the Opera House of that city this week There was an enter tainment each evening when several good attractions were presented Division 4 of Minneapolis began a series of dances and luncheons for members and their friends Tuesday night They are expected to increase the mem bership as well as add to the treasury Division C of Springfield Mass has voted to complete the negotiations for the purchase of the property at the cor ner of Worthington and Dwight streets on which will be built the new Hibernian HallState President John Ryan and Miss Katherine Sheridan State President of the Ladles Auxiliary were among the guests at the recent anniversary celebra tion of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 17 of Cambridge Mass The recent annual social and banquet of Division 5 of Pittsfield Mass was an unusually pleasant affair and was largely attended by members of the order and invited friends The principal address was delivered by exMayor Hayes who spoke on American Citizenship Division 4 won the prize offered by the Minnesota State Board at least in St Paul This great society of young men had 101 candidates at the last joint initiation at Elks Hallas many as the other nine divisions combined They now have 450 men and promise to stop at 500 One of the largest and most appreciat ive audiences that ever gathered in Union Hall witnessed the recent minstrel show of Division 49 of Cambridgeport Mass given in aid of the sick and death benefit fund The performance was highly credit able the ends being filled by four young ladies and four gentlemen The first exemplification under the new ritual In the Northwest was given last week by the Ladies Auxiliary of Divis ion 1 of St Paul The four degrees were conferred on seventeen candidates by the division degree team in full parapherna lia Their work was perfect in every detail and the team was highly compli mented All the State afficials were present The nineteenth annual banquet under the auspices of Division 6 of Springfield Mass was one of the most enjoyable of the series A gathering of nearly 300 went into the large banquet ball at Lerches Hotel and after grace had been said by Rev Thomas Smyth of the Sacred Heart church the feasting began The speeches were received with hearty aplause and it was noticeable that many references were made to the fighting of the Boers of South Africa The recent goaltopicthe sympathy of the audience was with the faraway burghers CONTINUES TO INCREASE Continued growth characterizes the meetings of the IrishAmerican society Thursday night a number of applications were received and several members elected President Flynn and all the officers were present and it is intimated they are arranging some effective work for the near future The next meeting will be an important one and all are urged to attend END OP TilE WEEK EXCURSION Big Four Route Only 225 round trip Louisville to Indianapolis andre turn Train leaves Seventhstreet Union pTickets m leaving Indianapolis Monday April 7 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reasonable prices 530 West Market Street NELSON COUNTY The New Haven Echo notes the setting out of two lines of shade trees along the avenue leading up to the Catholic church thereAt the Loretto Academy Miss Minnie Cecil took the black veil and Miss Albena Howard the white veil Both are of Nelson county They will be known in religion as Sister Adelphia and Sister Albena Very Rev Father Buck an was assisted during Holy Week at New Haven by Father Kennedy of St Rose and Father Rinehart of Hodgenvllle Fattier Drury finished his highly entertaining and instructive course of lectures Friday Right nnI BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave Sr GATI5SJ KyWARRENWM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O CHEAP RATES FOR COLONISTSTO CALIFORNIAVIA Big Four Route Commencing March 1 1902 mid daily until April 30 1002 one way second class colonist tickets to all points in California will be on sale at very low rates from all points on the Big Four For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the under signed Warren J Lynch Gene ahl Pa senger and Ticket Agent W P Depi Assistant General Passenger and Tic Agent Cincinnati 0tt S J Gates General Agent Louisville Ky 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone ending a sketch and may quickly ascertain our opinionI rtea wgt ao Inrentlon le probably patentable Communlc tlonatrlotlyconadoetIaltlaadbookoniatentsaentfree0idetaI I Patents taken through bluna k Lareeetra pttlal notice without charge In the Scientific mer can Ahandiomelrlllnitrated weekly farzeit rir culfttlon of any denude Journal Term N a M 8oICbyailnesdeaieraUNN3 BrancUORlo eta V 8t WablDiiton D C Q Providence Hibernians are appointing Committees to consider the advisability of a union field day rr I iw wL V i NXDCKY XF6SH A1IERICANI FIRST SELECT EUCHRE AND DANCE TO 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1101 dWlHkaali Stitdlw Conn JUly WAlERPQIIS322 to 328 WEST GREEN STJUETI ftlfl il Mi iN- c f y THIS WEEKS STOREI NEWS I d nnn nw Stylish Colored Dress Goods Plain Efanilue and Striped Etamlne in Mohair in mixed gray extra all newest shades of castor reseda light 9Sicilian for skirts 48 inches wide 50Ggray navy blue and brown40 in wide per yd per 5texturesCJ i l I navy blue 40 inches wide at per yard yard 8blueCper yard wide at per yard v Well Made Shoes For Women i We mean to keep busy We operate the most successful Popular Price Shoe Department in Louisville Rather a sweeping statement yet the crowds visiting the Shoe Section are ample proof of this We provide Dependable Footwear for Women Misses Children and Boys at 250 and 500 less than any other house Let us provide your footwear for this season Today we place on sale the very handsomest lines in Boots and Oxfords at exceptionally low prices BOOTS See Window Display- S OXFORDS 00 Q For a Chrome Vici Kid twofifty Lace CP f a stunning line of Low Shoes in 1191 Boot new spring last and every size I 48Forl and twobutton Positively the VJ 4 1 twodollar value in the city i ThisS1I For a Dress Boot made of Booths fT n most attractive Talent Kid Ox S2 98 Ideal Kid the accepted leather for 2 48For Has that arch and high heel fine shoes Sold everywhere at 350 H yov are looking for Elsewhere 300 Spring Sale Lace CurtainsII Five Thousand Pairs of New Spring Lace Curtains in All the Very Latest Effects Prices the Lowest Ever Quoted on Reliable and Uptodate Goods For Doublethread Nottingham Lace Cur Nor Nottingham Lace Curtain 3 0 75c talus in floral and scroll designs 1 25 yards patterns long floral and awl extra scroll width in- designs fishnet 0 For Nottingham Lnce Curtains in striped 7 C I or Nottiugham Lace Curtains 3J= and i 90c plainlockrd1 iNottingham Lace Curtains 3y Nottingham Lace Curtains 3i i 1 00For long in Rococo and Grecian bor 2 25For 4 yards long extra width 5n plain and heavy centers plain and heavy patterns ff For Nottingham Lace Curtains 33 For Nottingham Lace Curtains and 2 i III and 4 yards long CO iuches wide in 2 50 Combination Nets in imitation of and lace stylish AndPoint dljsprit centers striped Batttenberg very floral borders effective J BACON SONS iOOSILVER JUBILEE Catholic Knights Entertain ment to Be Given in May The Central Committee representing all the Catholic Knight branches of Louisville New Albany and Jefferson ville have arranged to celebrate the silver jubilee of the order with a literary and musical entertainment at Macauleys Theater Monday evening May 20 The programme is not yet complete but will be a rare treat and fully up to the ex pectatlons of such an event The Central Committee have already done much to unite the efforts of all for the advancement of the order and will keep up the good work of activity and cooperation aiding weaker branches and assisting members Tickets for the entertainment have been issued thus early to allow their general distribution They will have asl they deserve a large sale as the object is not only to encourage a good organiza lion in the noble work of providing a protection fund for the widows and orphans but to enable it to maintain and extend its membership and assist disabled members Tickets may be ob tamed from members and should be purchased earl- ySHORT AND BRIEF James R Garfield son of the late President Garfield has been appointed Civil Service Commissioner to succeed William A Rodenberg resigned I Floods last week damaged millions of property and drowned about a hundred people and hundreds of cattle in the country from the Mississippi to the At lantic and from Kentucky to the Gulf Rivers and creeks were out of their banks railroad traffic and telegraph communication cut off for several days The storms of last Sunday seemed to have it In for the churches St Boniface Catholic church Evansville indwas struck by lightning and burned The following churches were wrecked ordam aged Presbyterian churches nt Knox ville Jamestown iNoblestown and Mc Donald Pa Methodist churches at Daptist The breakup of the rivers in North Dakota flooded streams washed away rail roads cut off Bismarck and other towns Food and fuel had to be brought from the Far West to avert famine The lose to the railroads aggregates several mil lion dollars as miles of track bridges and trestles will have to be rebuilt part of the North Pacific route now being a lake thirty miles llong formed by rivers changing their courses THE VENUE For next week the Avenue Theater au Bounces another melodrama new to local playgoers entitled The James Boys in Missouri rldllplayhl ll attracted widespread attention wherever presented and the indications are that crotrde- dlroueawillgreet the fir tolftM eowpaay producing the seaattoaal dram The stage HUla and scenery AviH be e1a bo tejfcid real1 en MACKIN COUNCIL Appoints George Lnutz and Dr Bizot to the Catholic Federation Initiates New Members and Receives a Number of Applications Splendid Made hj Colln Marshal Will- Sliaughaessy ALL IH READINESS FOR THE FROLIC Mackin Council emerges from the Lenten season with a boom The meeting presided over by President Frank Murphy last Tuesday night was the largest and most businesslike of the present year Marshal Will Shaughnessj is making a splendid record in hiA posi tion and is of invaluable assistance to the presiding officer Two members Join RFox and Charles F Lauscher were initiated the degrees being conferred In such an impressive and pleasing manner as to win praise from all who witnessed the work of the different officers Applications for membership were re ceived from Walter T Adams Frank Koertner Leo G Schindler and George W Koertner and referred to the Mem bership Committee The committee having in charge the reception and dance to be given at Foun tain Ferry Park on Thursday evening April 17 reported every arrangement made A number of society matrons will act as patronesses and chaperones and refreshments will be provided for all the guests of the council on that evening Chairman Shelleys report aroused the greatest enthusiasm A number 4 l con templated parties will be postponed that all may have the chance to enjoy the hospitality of Mackin Council In response to the communication from the Catholic Federation President Murphy named George Lautz and Dr A Bizot as delegates Progress was reported by those appointed to take the initiatory steps for the councils annual summer outingMuch business of a routine character was transacted and the proceedings were interesting throughout Several members made short talks urging a continu agce of the good work now being done predicting that it would not be long until the entire debt upon the handsome club house and lot would be entirely wiped outAfteradjGumwent a number of the- ateurbaraheM a short social session at which Barney Flynn and Charles Raidy were the leading spirits All enjoyed their kind tteaitTheaotipoflwlill h rafter Btset every Tuesday nightrdd atetnhers nf oittor council will be wekttwe visitorr 0 ID I f ST MARTINS CHURCH Needs More Space and Will Build a Large Addition The growth of St Martins congrega tion is such as to necessitate additional accommodations and on Wednesday a building permit for a threestory brick and stone building 25x75 feet with a tower G4 feet high to cost 10000 It will be used as an auditorium for enter tainments and class rooms for the school RECENT DEATHS Capt Joe Kremer for many years connected with the Louisville fire depart went died last Sunday night at his home on Merritt street after an illness of only two days Capt Kremer was stationed at the Fifteens house and on Friday was seized with stomach trouble Ills illness was known to but few and the sad news of his death came as a shock to his friends whom he numbered by the hundreds Joe Kremer was a brave fireman and thuugh his exterior wag rough his heart was as tender as a girls Generous to the deserving poor and needy his demise is sincerely mourned and for his bereaved wife and children there is the most heartfelt sympathy The father and brother of the deceased are the well known East Broadway blacksmiths The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Philip Neris church Rev Father Acker man conducting the impressive services and preaching a sermon that had its effect on all present among whom were many members of the fire department Anton Gipperich a respected member of St Martins church and a well known resident of this city for over half a cen tury passed peacefully away Thursday afternoon at his residence 630 East Mad ison street His death was due to the- lninnitiesof old age which load confined him to his home for the past eighteen months Resides his wife he leaves five children Mrs Josephine Schiekl Mrs Anna Berger Miss Susie Gipperich and Anton and John Gipperich The funeral takes place this morning from St Mar tins with solemn high mass of requiem at 9 oclock Miss Agnes Langan the youngest daughter of Mr anti Mrs Richard Langan died last Monday morning at the residence of her parents COG West St Catherine The deceased was a memo ber of the Dominican church girls choir arid always took an active part in church circles The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Wednesday morning at 9 oclock May her soul rest in peace Amen OPENS AN OFFICE Dr Alphonse Bizot formerly at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital has opened an office at 1715 Twelfth street where he will be pleased to receive his many friends on social visits as well as OB btuitieM neifa one of the examining physicians of Maekfn Council Y M I of which he Iis a prominent member D i i HowIB Are I Your IUI Teethe 1m II I If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville i I II It IItI I Next to Avenue Theater i I Inlthtare the lowest work the best and They will treat you right REMEMBER TilE PLACE t Louisville Dental Parlors i iG FOURTH ST G U = s SAF i Some money regularly 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