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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rii U F i KENTUCKY IRI AMERICAN Il VOLUME IXNO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS ANIRISHFAIRW- ould Bo a Great Thing For tho Local Irish Amor leans Louisville Has an Much Right to Try It as Eastern Cities With Everything on n High Plano Success Will Bo Assured IT WILL BE AN OBJECT LESSON Why not have an Irish fair here in Louisville The Elks have had fairs here and the farmers have had fairs and the merchants and manufacturers have had fairs Now let us have an Irish fair Why not If the Irish are gcod enough to make money for other people why not for themselves The Irish people have ninny things to be proud of and nothing to be ashamed of By all means let us hive an Irish fair Not one of those fairs that the English press would have you believe represents the Irish man and Irish woman but a sure enough fair on a high plane Cities and towns in the East that do not make near as many pre tensions as Louisville have had these fairs We have as many goutl honest Irish people in Louisville as in these cities and if the thing is started properly it will be properly supported There will be little trouble to secure miniature Lakes of Killarney and Blarney Castle other cities have had them At one of these fairs Blarney Castle was re produced and the castle was forty feet high And who wouldnt pay to kissI the Blarneystone even if it was an imi tation of the original Real jaunting cars can be had Real Irish pipers and Irish harpers can be had Real Irish lace and lace workers and embroiderers can be had if the proper people arc placed at the head of a movement to set the af fair on foot The Irish peasants cabin can be reproduced Good old Irish music can be heard The real turf can be brought over and Louisville can furnish the real genuine Irish men women boys and girls to make the scenereal istle Have nothing common Have every thing that is Irish and of the Irishno caricatures no stage Irishmen Let it all be so conducted that priests and people can visit the fair and every part of it A fair like this will be an education in itself Lots of Americans who have a poor opinion of Ireland and the IrishI would change these opinions if they could see Ireland as it is If they can not or will not go to Ireland bring Ire land to them Let them see her four fair provinces Ulster Munster Leinster I and Connaugbt Let them see her thirty two counties Let them hear Imitation Bells of Shandou That sound so grand on The pleasant waters of the River Lee Let the American people learn what 6Irish poetry is Introduce them to Davis Moore McCarthy Una and all the othersI Let them see a reproduction of Emmets grave marked by no tombstone Till Ireland shall stand Mid the isles of the sea A nation unburdened Great glorious and free Let these people know and understand Irish history and it can be done better and quicker bya fair of this kind than by all the books ever written and you will have done something for yourselves and your motherland You will have raised yourself and country in the eyes of the people There is no time like the present Start that Irish fair and let us have it not later than next month GOD CALLED 1 Vonorable Fathor of Editor William MHlgglns Is Dead 1 The sad intelligence ol the death of Hugh Higgins fatherof William M Higgins editor and publisher of the Kentucky Irish American reached Louis a vile Wednesday afternoon Mr Higgins r died at the home of his daughter Mrs John Martinvof Rochester N Y Death resulted from the ailments attendant upon old age The funeral will take place at Rochester this morning Mr and Mrs William M Higgins left Thursday morns s ing to attend the obsequies The de ceased was born in the County Sligo Ireland seventyseven years ago but carafe to America during the terrible times of 1848 He settled in New York State For more than half a century he was a resident of Syracuse When quite a young man he became connected with the New York Central Railroad Company and dur- Ing his many years of service with that company he held several important post tions until he resigned a few years ago on account of bis advanced age Three years ago his beloved wife died The shock occasioned by her death proved too much for hhnAlthou possessed ofa vigorous anti robust constitution x age and grief began to tell rapidly on 4btW On the death of hia wile be re 1 a dY- f c moved to the home of his daughter at Rochester where he calmly awaited the endand where he died fortified by the sacraments of the church Four childre survive him They are William M Hig gins of Louisville Ky Mrs Edward Lynch of Syracuse N Y Mrs John Martin of Rochester N Y and the Rev John J Higgins pastor of St Marys church Skaneateles N Y Mr Higgins was one of those geutle loving souls of the old Irish school If he ever hadan enemy he did not know It lIe spoke ill of none and was a devout Chris tian gentleman His wife his children and his home were his delights lie was fond of his native land and of the land of his adoption He was one of those men that the world is better for because he lived in it May he rest in peace 1 Y M I COUNCILS Continuo to Get In Appllca tlons For Membership Trinity Council Y M I held a meet- Ing at the club house Monday night with President Piazza in the chair The meeting was well attended and three ap plications for membership were received The Investigating Committee reported favorably on five applications and the applicants will be initiated next Monday evening The following committee was appointed to arrange for a baby show on New Years day Tom J Garvey Clem Elbert Theodore Droppelman George Dues Robert Goebel Paul Henry A II Hukenbeck Edward Kelty A M Kiefer Gus Klaus Al Metzger Theodore Kreiger Edward Stossberg Charles Weissenberger and Ed P Wulf Trinity Council will inaugurate its fall series of entertainments with a euchre and dance on the evening of October 15 The Com mittee on Arrangements is made up as follows Ed J Cooney Al G Schneider Charles Sievert Theodore Droppelman George Dues George C Reiling and William Hillerich The committee in charge of the euchre and dance given at Phoenix Hill Park on September 17 re ported that it was a success socially and financially and the same committee turned over a neat sum to the council treasuryMackin Council met in its own hall on Tuesday night President Murphy presiding Two applications for membership were received and Steve Qathoff Henry Gothbrath and Pat Rider who have been ill were reported lm proving TERrGENEROUS1 Ancient Order of Hibernians Provide Christian Burial For a Brother Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernian held an enthusiastic meeting on Wednesday night President Hennessy presiding The applications of Dan lartnett Dennis Collins and John Wells were received P J Mulloy was reported- as being ill at St Josephs Infirmary When the death of Robert E Burns a member of the division was reported President Hennessy appointed the fol pallbearers M J Shaughnessy Martin Grogan John Grogan John Wells and John Cavanaugh The division also ap propriated 60 for the funeral expenses massesforThe resignation of John Murphy as a member of the Hall Board was accepted and John J Barry was appointed in his stead The board decided to have a social session in honor of the new mem bens at the next regular meeting OBEYING ORDERS Before setting off for church one day a fine lady rang for the new Irish servant Mary said the mistress I am going- to church As it appears rather dull II wish you to come with an umbrella for ue However dont come unless it should rain downright Off the lady set In the meantime the rain came down in torrents Mary several times went to the door and looked out but did not think it was necessary to go with the umbrella Ongoing again to see if the weather behaved any better the servant was astonished to see her mistress approaching drenched to the skin Mary angrily criedthe dripping lady why did you not obey my orders Because maam it did not rain down right but only slanting meekly replied the new girl LIGHTNING DETECTOR It is more than probable that the lightning detector invented by Father denbacb S J of Cleveland wilt soon be placed in the new weather bureau observatory to be erected at Duluth Minn Bishop McGoldrick of Duluth has interested himself in Father Oden bachs invention and asked Chief Moore of the United States weather bureau to install one of the lightning detectors at Duluth It is said that the new inven tion will detect lightning for distance of 100 miles DESERVES SUCCESS William J Daly who has been a trust worthy employe of the manufacturing department of J M Robinson Norton is Co during the past three years has ac cepted a position with W J Hughes Co lumber dealers Mr Daly is ia hustling young business man and de serves success Ills many friends are congratulating hituox hia tate step c 0J iI THE VERY REV PAUL AIP O P MtA t SILVER jBILEE1 u Of Very Reverend Father Paul Alf Celebrated in an Appropriate Manner by His Many Friends and Parishioners Right Rev Bishop McCloskey Took Part In the Jubilee Procession an Gave the Final Blessing at the Conclusion of Mass Costly Presents Given the Esteemed Jubilarian by the Congregation as a Whole as Individuals and as Members of Societies The twentyfifth anniversary of the ordination of the Very Rev Father Paul Alf was celebrated last Sunday in an ap propriate manner at St Boniface church over which he presides as pastor The weather the clergy the congregation and Father Alf s friends in the city outside his congregation united to make the jubilee celebration a success Father Alf was further honored by the presence of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey at the high mass at which the jubilee cere monies began The church was crowded to its utmost at that mass and twice as many people were turned away as were able to gain admittance to the church The sun arose bright and glorious on Sunday morning and long before the hour set for the jubilee mass all the thoroughfares leading to St Boniface church were filled with hurrying happy friends of Father Alf The church on the outside was gaily decoratedwith American flags and evergreens High above all in the church steeple was the handsome new clock a jubilee gift from the congregation to the pastor It had been put in place the day before and was set in motion on the morning of the jubi lee Inside the church was a mass of evergreen garlands and yellow and white bunting yellow and white being the Papal colors The altars were solid masses of flowers Even the convent adjoining the church was decorated with flowers and flags and streamers in honor of the day celebrated The church was filled with people at 930 oclock Tickets had been issued to the pewholdera so that they might first gain admittance but many of them geni erolily gave their tickets to visitors from other congregations A few minutes be fore 10 oclock the men of the congrega tion formed in line from the convent to the church and then opened ranks to act as a guard of honor to the Bishop and cjergy as they came in solemn procession to the church At 10 oclock sharp the procesiof1 to the church began In front walkfr fifty little girls arrayed In whlCjfand each carrying a white banner bordered with silver They came as nil1y tiny boys clothed in white None of these little one appeared to be more than sir years old After these came the cross bearer one of the Franciscan Brothers with an acolyte on each side They were followed lu turn by fifty altar 0 tW it1- t 7 I boys in black cassocks with white surplices Then came the visiting clergyI the secular priests in black cassocks and white surplices Monsignor Zabler in his purple robes the Dominicans in white and the Franciscans in brown habits Father Alf with his deacon and sub J deacon and masters of ceremonies immediately I preceded the Right Reverend J Bishop and his assistant priests and dea I cons of honor As the procession entered the portals of the church Prof Klein meyer organist and musical director gave the signal and a solemn and beauti ful march began On arriving at the altar the tiny boys and girls opened ranks and allowed the procession to pass through while the congregation arose as a mark of respect and remained standing until the clergy had entered the sanctu ary Bishop McCloskey proceeded to a temporary throne erected for him on the left side of the sanctury Mass began at once as the celebrants were fully habited in the vestments necessary the Bishop going to the foot of the altar and joining in the opening prayer At the Kyrie Eleisbn he again returned to his throne The officers of the mass were the Jubilarian Father Alf celebrant Father David Kersting dea con Father Guido Stallo of St Ber nards Ohio subdeacon Father An thony Heithoff first master of ceremonies Father Flavian second master of ceremonies Besides these iu the sanctuary were Bishop McCloskey Mon signor Zabler Father Cronin chancellor of the diocese Very Rev Father Louis Haverbeck of Cincinnati Provincial of the Order of Friars Minor Father West erman Fathers Fowler OMahony and Kennedy of the Dominican order and the following secular priests Fathers Baxj Deppen Schubmann Crane Reck Mel edy Walsh Welsh Felton Cuaaiaghaml Callaghaa McNeil OSullivaa Raffo Gousepohl Niesen Coaaelly Ohio OGrady Brady Ben eeheim Acker mann and Weiss all of Louisville and I I of1II ProvincialIRaphael Leo Stephen Austin and Accurslus and I Brothers Philip and James of the Xaver ian I OrderMeanwhile myriads OfIiuosi4i scent electric lights large sad Miti Ifgkttd i u 11 tno f iiJJ J L the beautiful edifice from the altar to the dome Sucha brilliant array of colors could hardly be conceived the white marble altars decorated with flowers of every hue the many electric and candle lights the officers of the mass attired in red vestments embroidered with gold and the whole constantly moving chang- Ing scene in the sanctuary seemed to be a mammoth kaleidoscopic picture The music under the direction of Professor Klemmeyer was superb The augmented choir of sixty voices with the addition of an orchestra of twenty instruments and the grand organ lent their aid to make the occasion an inspir ing one Haydns beautiful third miss was excellently rendered At the offer tory Haydns Cantimus was sung After the Gospel the sermon was preached by the Rev Raphael Hesse O F M of Ohio Father Hesse is a noted pulpit orator The sermon was delivered in the German language Father Hesses theme was The Catholic Priest and His Mission He briefly recounted the founding of the church by Our Savior Jesus Christ and how in founding the church he had established the priesthood when He said to His apostles and consequently to their suc cessors and followers As the Father hath sent Me so I also send you Father Hesse declared that the priest was Gods treasurer on earth Into his charge God gave the care and custody of his flock The priest was on the earth but not of it His mind was on higher things and the salvation of the souls of his people was his greatest care The priest rejoiced with his people when a child was born and baptized He re jolced with them when he performed the holy sacrament of matrimony He list ened to the stories of their transgressions in confession and comforted them bade them mend their evil ways and pro nounced the words Ego te absolvo that cleansed them of their sins The priest administered to them the body and blood lof Jesus Christ that they might become like unto Cad He was with them iin their last hours and he sorrowed with the family at their death All this was the work of the true priest of God Father Hesse then paid an eloquent tribute toI the life and work of Father AU during the Jailers twentyfive years in the min try He bade kirn persevere u be hadI u done that he might ever deserve the con fidence of his people and receive Gods eternal reward After the sermon the mass was con eluded and at the end the choir orches tra organ and entire congregation join I in singing the Te Deum It had an in spiring effect The last blessing was s administered by Bishop McCloskey At 3 oclock in the afternoon solemn vespers were sung followed by benediction of the most blessed sacrament The church was crowded at this service also This ended the religious part of the jubilee celebration except the mass for the children of the congregation at 8 oclock Monday morning The social part of the joyous occasion CONTINUED ON FOURTH PACK VERY HAPPY Woro Mr and Mrs Wunsch at Tholr Golden Wedding Celebration Ludwig Wunsch and his wife cele brated the fiftieth anniversary of their matrimonial venture or golden wedding last Sunday Of course the first celebration was at mass at St Mary MagdaleniI church on Brook street The mass waI at 7 oclock but despite the early hour the church was filled with the friends of the aged couple Their children grand children and greatgrandchildren were it attendance and all of those old enough received Holy Communion for the intention of the aged couple Both Mr and Mrs Wunsch were born in Germany but came to America when quite young They were married in this city on September 21 1852 The ceremony took place at St Boniface church and last Sunday fifty years after they had plighted their vows they again knelt at the altar and hand and hand renewed their promises of fidelity After the mass Rev Father William Gausepohl1 preached an appropriate sermon calling to mind what marriage was to Catholics and what a great blessing it was to live to celebrate a golden wedding and how holy the sacrament of marriage was con sidered by the Catholic church After the mass Mr and Mrs Wunschreceivedi their friends in an informal way a their home on Third and Broadway Mr Wunsch is a retired merchant TU e aged couple have five living children Edward Wunsch of Evansville Ind Ludwig Wunsch Jr Mrs F W Trebar Mrs P F Lutz and Mrs Rosa Volz all1 i of Louisville They have twelve grand children and three greatgrandchildre- nPAT I I HOLLEY Tolls Division 1 All About the Recent State Con vention Division 1 Ancient Order of Huber plans held an enthusiastic meeting att Hibernian Hall Tuesday night Presi dent Thomas J Dolan occupied the chair Secretary Mike Tynan read the report of the County Board transmittedi by its Secretary William T Meehan Martin Norton who had been ill severali weeks was reported much better William J Norton Dennis Kennedy andI William Whallen applied for member ship Former State President Pat Holley was called upon for remarks lIe confined I himself to the recent State convention and among other things said that he hadi never attended a more dignified meeting The delegates were all men of integrity ability and intelligence and the ne State officers were men that would reflectt credit upon any organization lIe also spoke highly of the banquet and on hi motion a vote of thanks was tendered Newton G Rogers and his fellowcorn mitteemeu who had the arrangement for the State convention and banquet iin chargeWilliam M Higgins Mike Tynan an Newton G Rogers were appointed committee to draught resolutions of sympathy for James Barry over the loss of his estimable wife The matter of giving an Irish fair iiu Louisville was broached John Mullo Peter Cusick Officer Tom ONeil Freslii- Ident Dolan and Newton G Rogers allI spoke in favor of the fair provided it was conducted on the right plan The matter will be taken up with the County BoardPresident Dolan announced that the recommendation of National Presidentt Dolan relative to literary entertainments would soon be taken up and carried to a successful conclusion I BEWARE OP IMPOSTORS It has become necessary to warn the amusement loving public to be careful in the employment of local bands Within the last few weeks severalI persons have secured employment att dances parties excursions etc by repre seating themselves as masters of union bands In several cases the persons s employing these people did not kno they had employed nonunion until it was too late The utmost caution should be used in employing musicians if you want union musicians I BECOMES A CATHOLIC The Rev S W Wilson pastor of Stt Andrews Protestant Episcopal church of Kokomo Ind has given up hits pas torate to join the Roman Catholic church Rev Wilson was greatly beloved by hh flock o 1 NEW OFFICERS Elected by the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Many Changes Made Necessary= as n Result of the State Election Proposition to Hold An Irish Pair Taken Up by the t County Board SKETCHES OF NEW STATE OFFICERS The County Board Ancient Order of meetingThursdayportant events of the meeting was the election of county officers which resulted as follows Pat T Sullivan Division 3 President Joseph P McGinn Division 4 Vice President Thomas Callahan Divis ion 4 Secretary John J Sullivan Divis ion 2 Treasurer The new officers are allexcellent men and as officers of the County Board will be very efficient Very few changes were made in the county bylaws Reports from the retiring officers showed the County hoard to be in a sound financial condition and that during the past two years more CountyBoardThe proposition to hold an Irish fair was broached and carried unanimously Pat T Sullivan Thomas J Dolan William T Meehan Lcwreuce J Mackey and John II lIepnessy were appointed a committee to make arrangements for the fairThe election of State officers will necessitate many changes nel of the various local divisionswhen the elections of the various divisions take place just as it caused a change in the tPresident officers of the County Board County Stateenessy has become State Vice President and County Secretary Meehan has become State Secretary John II Hennessy the new State Vice President has been a wheelhorse In Hibernian circles for more than ten years John was born and raised in that part of town known as Limerick and he took to Hibernianism as naturally as a duck takes to water He became an active member of Division No4 as soon as he joined and held every office his Division could give him He has labored night and day for the success of the order and his elevation to the Vice Presidency came unsought Mr Hennessy has been atrashed employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company during the past twenty years The delegates to the State convention honored themselves in honoring John Hennessy Will Meehan the new State Secretary has taken an active interest in everything Irish since childhood and has been a member of the Hibernians since he grew to manhood He is ever an active worker and has held every office in the gift of his Division and at the Secretaryiphotographer in a responsible capacity but always finds time to attend to A O splendidwState Secretary George J Butler the new States Treasurer is a member of Division No 3 1and is now Treasurer of that Division He is a staunch Hibernian and willet rise higher in the order Mr Butler is a 11we1l known grocer and deserves well of the Ancient Order of Hibernians READYaArrangements For the Golden Jubilee are Being Com platedYArrangements for celebrating Bishop McCloskeys golden jubilee are rapidly approaching completion At the meeting of laymen held Thursday night Chairaman Michael J Duffy presided Roll call developed the fact that St Aloysius church and St Pauls church were not represented Father Douchet who was present stated positively that the pastors of these churches had been notified that preparations for the jubilee celebration were in progress J J Caffrey Chairman of the Press Committee reported progress Edward J lull Chairman of the Committee on Printingand Badges reported that his committee had ordered 10000 buttons bearing the Bishops portrait These are to be approtioned among the various con gregationsNo streamers are to be worn as was originally intended tvPrank Geher Chairman of the Finances Committee reported that fourteen of the thirtytwo churches assessed had paid in 1420 Chairman Daniel F Murphy of the Committee on Invitation reported progress John Coleman was made as sistant to the grandmarshal for the Western District on the recommendation Arranget OBrien The same committee reported that there would be five white and one colored band in the parade The meet Thursdayaarrangements will completed U u KENTUCKY IRISH A RICANV4I I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WIL4LIA112 P1 HIGGINS Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc flittered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter d9ttrill COIIIIII lclUonl te tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326West OreeeStreet BSilPlPiti TRADES1 I COUNCIL 11 S355w53Ii8 LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1902 Mr Hugh Higgins father off Mr William M Higgins publisher of the Kentucky Irish American WednesIday Mr and Mrs William M Higgins 1 left on Thursday morning to attend thethe0 readers of the paper and the many friends of Mr Higgins heartily sympathize with him in his bereave ment BALFOURS CRISIS The adjourning of Parliament seems to have been fortunate for Mr Balfour and his new Ministry since it was thereby saved from contact with the opposition and given time to become familiar with conditions and prepare a policy be fore the next Parliamentary meet ing And the very first announcement made by Mr Balfour as to that policy favoring the Educa tional bill is met by a popular pro test as unexpected as it seems universal Usually in England the criticisms of public matters is at least inaugurated by a party leader discussed at clubs and in the press before the people take it up But the feeling of the people in this instance seems to be so antagonistic that precedent is ignored and the people speak out denouncing the measure protesting against it and calling on their Members of Parliament to oppose it This opposition has not started nor is it most emphatic where it was ex pectedin Irelandbut in the north of England and it is not confined to opposition political parties to any one religious denom ination or class of the people It seems to be spontaneous not hay ing yet assumed shape or leader ship but is spreading over the countryThe bill in effect while still levying local taxes for schools concentrates the control and management appointment of officials and teachers in the Government Local government in the important matter of education is to be taken from the people The people are no longer to control the schools for they they are taxed and to they send their children an issue strikes direct at the sacred inherent local and in 99which right local selfgovern and parental authority does Balfour furnish the with an issue the lack not only rendered them powerless but was causing them to break up into factions the Irish party being the only united ele ment in the Parliamentary opposition That the opportunity will be taken advantage of and a united front irrespective of party be ar rayed against the Government seems already assured and with appeals from constituents to oppose the bill it is probable that enough will desert the Gov 4Conservatives the defeat of the measure when brought to a vote While this may be avoided by the Ministry abandoning or amend t ing the bill such a course would be accepted as a retreat or surrender an evidence and confession that the Ministry in its first declaration has blundered or at least run counter to popular opinion The meeting of Parliament will likely develop a firmer and more united oppositiofi to the Govern ment that will put the new Min k istry to a severe test and probably cause a crisis and resignation of the Ministry or a proroguing of Parliament and a general election The Castle authorities continue tto iissue proclamations under the crime act putting sections of Ire land under what we would call in this country martial law The purpose of this is so clearly to re tard the influence and growth of the United Irish League that all pretense is useless At no time have the people of Ireland been so subservient to law and crime so rare as the court records prove The agricultural districts were th first to be proclaimed as there the League was strongest and its effect- more direct The universal strength of the League however includes the cities as well and now the city of Dublin has been proclaimed This has aroused a storm of protest from the town council the merchants and prominent citizens and a public meeting has been called to resent the imputation cast upon the city Like other proclaimed dis tricts Dublin has been for years remarkably free from crime and disorder It has however gradu ally become the center of the United Irish League- IMPQRTANT DECISION A case was decided in Harrison county Ind last week that is of interest to all fraternal organiza tions as well as life insurance com panies Henry J Spaeth joined the Catholic Knights of America I in New Albany several years ago his certificate for 2000 being in favor of his wife Mary Ann Spaetb Several years ago Spaeth obtained a divorce front his wife and married Elizabeth King Last year Spaeth died and as both women claimed the insurance the Supreme officers of the Catholic Knights refused payment of the insurance till the courts should decide to whom it should be paid The divorced wife Mary Ann Spaeth in whose name the benefit certificate was made out and who had paid all assessments to date of Spaeths death entered suit in the Floyd Circuit Court against the Supreme Council and Elizabeth King Spaeth The case was ven ued to Harrison county where it was tried last week judgment being in favor of Mary Ann Spaeth the divorced wife As Elizabeth King Spaeth claims she was the only legal wife of Spaeth at the time of his death and therefore entitled to the insur ance the case will probably be appealed While the Louisville Club did not win the pennant no one finds fault with the club management but give it credit Mr Tebeau is congratulated as he should be He came here a stranger put up his money gave the people a star team a spacious park and well played games The people flocked to him encouraged and wished him success He did not win the pennant but he pleased the public and all are glad he made money All of which demonstrates that Louisville is a good town for any thing good that gives the people what they pay for though this city may be a dead one for fakes and flimflams even with highsound ing titles The British and German press are apprehensive and jubilant by fits and turns because interest rates in New York have recently been as high as 20 per cent They be lieve it presages a financial crisis and doubt the effect upon their finances The Americans know better and are therefore serene and amused at the European anxiety High rates of interesttof course indicate a decrease of surplus ready money In Europe such a decrease in the money centers indicates astringency for the country It is o c wM y different in the United States such a condition in the money centers does not necessarily prove a scar city ofmoney in the country and does not in the present instance There is plenty of money in this country in the banks business cir cles and the Government Treasury in all several billions surplus The decrease of surplus and in crease of interest rate in New York is caused by withdrawal of money to the West and South for moving crops and laying in of fall trade stocks and the money stingency in New York is only temporary The Americans understand this iif the European financial editors do not To maintain public confidence as well as prevent speculators from causing apprehension of a panic by hoarding money the Secretary of the Treasury announced that the necessaryeanticipate Government claims and thesGovernment borrows money to pay claims Note the difference United States bonds are at a premium with none for sale in London British consols arc on the market for buyers and last week declined to the lowest figure ever known The credit standing of govern ments like individuals rests on their assets and ability to pay promptly An empty treasury and an increasing debt has made the British consol no longer a profit able if a safe investment For eigners will not buy it and it is not in demand in British stock ex changes even at a big discount The once richest government in the world seems to be in a bed way when its loyal subjects will not take its notes of credit with a discount added to the interest The thrill of sorrow and anxiety that shocked the American people last Tuesday when it was an nounced that President Roosevelt had to go to a hospital submit to an operation abandon his itinerary and return to Washington shows that the people though they may disapprove his policy heartily re spect their Chief Magistrate is this trait of the Americans that ignores all internal dissensions and unites them as one that puzzles the for eign savants It also signifies a true love of country and im titu tions that rises above partisan and all other differences also peculiarly American The sympathy for the President in his suffering and the hope for his early recovery are sincere from all the people The latest from the President is that he is progressing favorably with no serious results anticipated After American manufacturers had scooped in the orders and filled their warehouses in South Africa the British Trade Commissions dis cover that the great advantage of the American over the British trader was lower freight rates and that by British shipping lines which gave the Americans lower rates from New York to Cape Town than they charged the British from Liverpool to Cape Town though the former is one third greater distance The ship ping lines were appealed to and reduced the rates complained of but as the Americans have already supplied the South African trade for this season and have their ware houses filled for next seasons trade no immediate benefit will result to British manufacturers A friend notes the absence of the Typographical Union in the list of local contributions to the striking miners relief fund He should read up The typos were among the first to respond to the call tHeir international officers forward ing 2000 over a month ago If moreis needed from them the typos will doubtless come again when they hear of it The cotton mill operators of Lancashire and other parts of Great Britain are alarmed at the increase of cotton mills id our Southern States and they have good reason to be for it cuts both ways First they rely upon the s s United States for raw cotton and the more used by mills in this countrythe less there will be ex ported Second the more cotton manufacturedt in this country the more cotton goods will be in com petition with En lands heretofore monopoly in the worlds markets especially in China and the Pacific islands just where the American cotton Manufacturers have decided 13 to market their goods The Boer Generals visitin Europeand who were recently feted m London have issued an appeal tto the public soliciting aid for their people As England protnisedim the terms of surrenderr to giverelief and restore the Boers to theitWifarms the English press are rile over the appeal as are Wellfif Engiirelief iis no better man aged in South Africa than it has been usually in Ireland and else where jt deserves all the reflection that came cast upon it The Boston Pilot says an honest man does not wish to be damned Jf1for ts but some honest men r are thoughtless hence the reason of so many subscribers being behind with their subscriptions And the SyracuseSun adds That hadnt occurrcdto us as the reason for ou delinquent list but we receive the explanation with the same good nature we will receive the delinquents i The Kentucky Irish American has a few of these honest subscribers who have memories for forgetting things The decadence of English prestige is becoming manifest socially as well as otherwise and the Eng lishman iis ceasing to be it among the swellsat fashionable resorts The cockneys at those places now call themselves Britons Alasl The Boer war seems to have been Englandsundoing and to mark the beginning of her end Somehow you can form a pretty correct idea of a mans real char acter by tithe way he speaks of or acts toward women And the woman may generally be judged bythevaysl1e speaks and acts about webs remarks and treatment of her We did tot know that the Proc tor KnottSpokane Derby was run at the old Oakland race course near Seventh and the railroad crossing till we read of it in one of our daily papers But then we live and learn It is not a high state of morality of New Yorks aristocracy revealed by the tragic death of a millionaire married man while carousing with three married women in a res taurantV Not llong ago we advised workingmen to keep politics out of labor unions and labor unions out of pol itics RECENT DEATHS Mrs Cecilia Potter Barry aged twenty six year3dled at her home 2001 Bank street at 4 oclock Sunday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church at9 oclock Tuesday morning Solemn high mass of requiem was cele brated The interment was in St Louis cemetery Mrs Barry was a lovely young matron the wife of James Barry who is connected with the local supply office of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and the daughter of William Potter the well known salesman She leaves one small child Two months ago she burled her youngest Infant Mr Barry and the entire family have the sympathy of thousands of friends in their great bereavement Robert mmet Burns a popular Irish American died at Sts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital at 10 oclock Wednesday morningas the result of wounds inflicted by two negroes last Sunday night It is claimed that Eugene Mays a negro had a grudge against Burns and assaulted him in the dark Sunday night Burns skull was fractured Paralysis and con cession of the brain succeeded and the victim of the brutal assault lingered until Wednesday morning The body was removed to Burns home 734 West Oak street He was the son of James and EHab th Burns and was employed in the mechanical department of the Loutsvilteffc Nashville Railroad Company lie was a peaceful industrious young HMBi A large circle of friends extend Uielr sympathy to his parents in their terrible bereavement The young man was aH active member of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernian His fun eral took play from St Louis Bertram church it 9 oclock Friday morning Hayke met in price 1y 5 S9SSS9S9SSSSS969S9SSSA SOCIETY I c Miss Mary OBryan of Hodgenville is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Katherine Walsh has returned from a pleasant visit to Chicago Miss Celia Laven has returned home from a trip to Paris and London Mrs Thomas Troy has returned from Detroit where she srent two months hags a Miss Hortense Pilcher has returned to St Marys school to resume her studies Miss Lizzie McManus of New Albany is away on a visit to relatives in Cin cinnati Miss Fannie Belle OReilly has gone to Indianapolis to spend two weeks with friendsJudge and Mrs W Nick Vaughan returned home from their bridal trip o Tuesday Miss Corinne Byrne is visiting her cousin Miss Blanche Campion of Floyd Knobs Ind Mrs M Jefferson Sullivan of Port land Me is visiting her mother Mrs T II Meehan Mrs John McAteer and Miss Virginia McAteer have returned home after a brief visit to Chicago Mrs Kate Moore has returned from a lengthy visit to her son Joseph J Eakin in New York City Castlerwho was the guest of Miss Nell Darning has returned home Miss Elenora Schaulie who has been visiting friends at Franklin and Ghent Ky has returned home Miss Lena Doherty and Miss Mary Scherer both of New Albany are visit ing friends at Alexandria Ind Mrs William B Doherty and he three children have returned from a de lightful visit to Fitch Cliff Ky Mrs Margaret OBrien who has bee visiting in Ireland has returned to her home 510 West Chestnut street Miss Delia Murphy and her cousins Misses Ella and Mayme Hartigan have returned from n pleasant visit to Bowling GreenMiss Carrie Margaret Rose and James J Furlong of Lexington will be mar ried in St Pauls church in that city on October 29- Joseph J Campion and Miss Mamie L Zahn of Floyd Knob Ind were mar ried at the Church of St Marys on th Knobs on Wednesday Hon Frank B Burke of Indianapolis who has been at Mercy Hospital Jeffer vibe during the past two weeks is now considered out of danger Miss Mary S Carroll of Ltxington and Thomas S Hamilton of Knoxville were married in St Pauls church Lex ington on September 1C James Sexton has returned from Cairo where he was a star member of the professional ball team during the season Jim made whit with Cairo fans Dominic Mullaney who played first base for the Bloomington 111 ball team this season has returned home after a prosperous engagement Dr John Chawk the popular veteri nary surgeon will leave for Kansas City about October 1 to take an additional course of instruction in his profession Edward Burke Jr son of Lieutenant of Police Ed Burke who is a member of the engineering corps of the Louisville Nashville railroad is home on sick leave Frank S Papy of Louisville and Miss Mary A Scharf of Lafayette Ind were married at St Marys Catholic Church New Albany last Tuesday morningArthur E Bailey city editor of the Paducah NewsDemocratand Miss Emma Haag wall known young people of Pa- ducah were married in the Catholic rect ory in Paducah on Monday Miss Margaret Wathen daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Wathen will be one of this years debutantes She is an artist of considerable ability Her parents will entertain elaborately in her honor this winterA lady from babyland is a wel come visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Will R Caperton 1008 West Chestnut street Both mother and child are doing well Papa Will is receiving the con gratulations of his many friends Charles Becker the popular and hustling general manager of the large packing house of Pfaffinger Co of this city left Monday for an extended business trip through Southern Kentucky He expects to be gone a week Miss Maggie Sweeney the well known educator is improving and it Is believed that the threatened attack of typhoid lever has been averted Miss Sweeney is still at the home of her sister Mrs Mary Meehan 1167 East Broadway Miss Mary Hope Cross of Louisville and Mr Michael Francis Kerby of New York were married at the Cathedral of the Assumption on Wednesday On account of a recent death in the grooms family the weeding was a quiet affair Invitations are out announcing that the wedding of John F Berger and Mi8lI Mamie Vonderheide will take place at 3t Martins church at 9 oclock Wed nes lay morning Octoberl The prospect j t ive bride and groom are extremely popu triptoreside at 800 last Madison street J Roy Curtis and bride who were married in the Church of the Sacred Heart Memphis Tenn last week spent a few days in this city as theguests of Mrs Spalding Michael They leave today for a visit to Chicago and Wash ington Harry Mulligan has gone to Chicago to fill a position as chief room clerk at the Wellington Hotel Mr Mulligan was born in the hotel business and seems destined to become famous as a hotel man His many friends are congratu hating him on his change Mrs Will Kirk of 1810 West Chestnut street who underwent a delicate opera tion at St Josephs infirmary last weeks on the high road to recovery Her many friends in Louisville and New Albany hope for her speedy restoration to health J Edward Velten and Miss Emma Homill well known young people of the East End were married at St Martins MissnJosie Hamill a sister of the bride was maid of honor Maurice Spauinger was best man Miss Agnes Hayes will be one of Louis villes brilliant debutantes this season She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John A Hayes She has recently returned from New York where she spent the summer Several entertainments will be given in her honor John Featherston Superintendent of Construction for the Cumberland Tele phone Company has returned from ai tour through Cleveland Detroit Chicago St Louis Milwaukee and other cities Mr Featherston combined business with pleasure on his trip Miss Julia Smith and Joseph Rade maker were married by Rev Father York at St Pauls church on Tuesday After the ceremony the young couple left for Detroit Mr Rademaker win is a popular young business man has fitted up a home for his bride at 1421 Hull street The bride is the popular patrolmarDennis Smith Charles Sidney Evans of Nashville thins city will be married at the Cathedral of the Assumption on Thursday morning October 2 Miss Menne is the charmin daughter of Frank A Menne the known candy manufacturer After the ceremony a wedding breakfast will b served at the home of the brides parents 1347 East Broadway After an eastern trip Mr and Mrs Evans will reside temporarily with the brides parents Miss Ella Tully and Harry Smith were united in the bonds of matrimony at th e Church of Our Lady Tuesday evening cereemony Mr and Mrs Smith left Wednes day night for Kansas City and other points in the West Mr Smith is ia locomotive engineer on the Louisvilli division of the Southern railroad His bride is one of the prettiest and most charming girls in the West End and is ia sister of Capt John Tully of the fire department Miss Louisa Weiss and Frederick Kaelin were married at St Charles Bor romeo church Tuesday afternoon Rev Father Raffo officiated Coleman B Long and Louis Long were the ushers and only attendants Mr and Mrs Kaeliu left shortly after the ceremonyy for a tour of Chicago Buffalo New York and other eastern points The bride iis the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs John Weiss 811 Eighteenth street The groom is a popular east end coal mer chant On returning from their trip Mr and Mrs Kaeliu will be at home at 1224 Shelby street Misses Matilda and Clara Kersting gave a trolley car party last week iin honor of the eighteenth birthday of their friend Miss Etta McAtee After a ride over the city the trolley party journeyed to River View Park where an elegant lunch was spread Miss Clara Kersting offered a humorous toast and presented Miss McAttee with a beautiful gold ring A dance concluded the happy event and the time sped all too swiftly for the young people Those In the party were Misses Matilda and Clara Kersting Etta Lillie and Mamie Ackerman Mamie Kiely Mamie McElllott Mamie and Carrie Uhlan Mamie Fink Wilhelmina Heisel Henrietta Evers Lillie Schwas inger and Miss Minnie Fein of New Albany The gentlemen were John Baron Otto Tousel George feldmann John Ackerman Frank McAtee Edward Hannnpall Bernard Beyer George Deckman John Schildt John Tanlan Bertrand Bloemer John Sullivan and Drs Pottinger and Bergman The party was chaperoned by Messrs and Mes dames Thomas Cody and Philip Acker man BRANCH 14 C K OP A St Cecilias Branch 14 Catholic Knights of America met last Sunday and received qn interesting detailed re port from Miss Louise Fackler their delegate to the State Council Branch 14 is in good condition financially and voted to pay the State per capita when called for The check in payment of the insurance of Brother Duddy was received and ordered paid the widow Branch 14 meets regularly on the first and third Sundays of the month at 4 oclock p m in St Cecilia school hall PICNIC WAS A SUCCESS The picnic given by St Josephs Aid Society of Jeffersonville Ind at Forest Park last Monday was a success socially and financially Miss Katie Dixon was the winner of the gold ring the ladies prize for selling the largest number of tickets while Frank Kennedy won the gentlemans ptfee Hibernian button l K d i L J 1 IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayPresident Thomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 ThursdayPresidentWilliamT1IeehanVice SullivanFinancial1335 Rogers streetyTreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISIONS Meets Mondayevenings MackeyVice SullivanFlnancil 350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets Wednesday IIennesIYVice 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Isrua t In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR l Agent Ky PRANK J RUED General Pas nger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presidf and General Manager JOHN 812 and Curtains OFFICE 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE MARLSBDcslans COPVRKJHTS AC probablratentable ttoeeaultlfconddentla6IlandbookoaPsauteeINfree0ldet StkMtifk 1IIMriatt UC03B rNewYork JIto SHE CRYING CHICAGO ILouisville Passenger Street MACAULEYS WM A BRADYS Elaborate Production of wanU Down East Matinees Wednesday and Saturday HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 2lD EVENINGS Ban CLAYTON WHITE and MARIE STUART IN THE SOCIETY SUCCESS OF THE SEASON WILL H FOX Reengaged for one more week M CLEVETTE She Man In Black assisted by MME CLEVETTE HAYES AND SUITES Fashlop Plate Singers and Sing- ersBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 28 Matlneet Sanity Monday Wednesday Saturday NEXT JATTRACTION llTSDURLESQIIERSl ij Opening with the Musical Farce entitled ms HHONORN R THE MAYORR Introducing for first time in Burlesque MR IMATT KENNEDY THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE TROUPE 0 in number concluding with THE HOBO BARON IllinoiS G6lltrdl BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis AND New 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 Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW J McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville A H Hanson ChicagoWm A G P Au Louisville BUCKINGHAM Harry Bryants Burlesquers come to the Buckingham Theater tomorrow after noon for a weeks engagement with the usual matinees on Sunday Monday Wednesday and Saturday Among the attractions will be the Imperial Japanese Troupe Murry and Beach Furguson and Watson Lawson and Nanon Van Lee UarryBryantHobo Baron The show is equipped with new costumes and elaborate electrical effects AVENUE THEATER The Flaming Arrow a melodrama of the kind that proves popular with patrons of the Avenue Theater will occupy the boards there this week Go WsBGo Mohawk the celebrated Indian acres will appear in the leading rote GETS A BOOST Ed McCue a popular young Irish American bas been appointed ladder man with the Np 1 Hook and Ladder Company He had been a substitute in the fire department for several maatlM and his many friends are glad to hear of hitpromotion I n jiz i Mn nnW nn ST ANTHONYS NEW ORGAN SACREDCONCERTAnil thonys Church Tomorrow Evening Excellent Programme Has Been Arranged for the Occa slon Technical Description of the Now anti Beautiful In strument ORNAMENT TO THE PRETTY CHURCH A grand sacred concert and organ recital will be given at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets tomorrow evening at 730 oclock The great object of the concert and recital is to let the public hear and judge the tone of the new grand organ just installed in the church Professor Leo Kollros who is managing the affair has spared no pains to bring a great collection of celebrated vocalists and organists together for the occasion Besides there will be a grand chorus of 100 voices Among the leading organists who will assist at the concert are Professors Leo Kollros George Selby Ernest Zoeller Oscar Kleinmeyer P M Witte E J Scheerer and George Roemele Professor lich horn the cornet soloist will also take part Miss Bee Mullarkey Mrs J Becker Phil Hubbuch Joseph Plucke baum Louts Hodapp Mrs Joseph Noske Miss P Rosen Miss M Persevall John Hodapp and C Solomon will be among the soloists From a technical standpoint the organ is described as a duplextubular pneu matic organ Its action obviates the use of all springs and trackers Hydraulic power will be used The organ has 2000 pipes thirtyfour speaking stops four teen mechanical stops six combination pedals one grand crescendo pedal one balanced choir pedaland one of the balanced swell It has three banks of keys The first bank is the swell organ the second the great organ and the third the choir The money raised from the organ recital will be devoted toward paying for the new electric lights 1500 in number and the fresco work on the interior of the church These frescoes are real works of art and were painted by Guy Leber a well known artist who has made Louisville his home They have been seen and admired by art lovers Catholics and Protestants St Anthonys church is now one of the handsomest churches in the city No doubt the attendance at the sacred concert will be large and the music appreciated HOPKINS THEATER The Hopkins Theater with its high class vaudeville attractions played to crowded houses every afternoon and evening last week There was not a weak number in the bill This week Will II Fox high class comedian and pianist has been reengaged Fox is an old Louisville boy and is inimitably funny Besides there will be M Clevette The Man in Black assisted by Mme Clevette Hayes and Suites the Fashion Plate singers and dancers and other at tractions by good vaudeville artists ATTENTION KNIGHTS The KnigkU of Columbus never do anything by halves They always go the limit The Grand Army of the Re public is to hold its encampment in Washington DC daring the week be giuningQetob r 6 sad M many member of the K Ca are wpeeUd to vMt Watfe r n n u ington duringthe week the Washington Knights have appointed committees to receive visiting members of the order and to make or to aid them in making suitable arrangements for their comfort while in the city All visiting Knights of Columbus arc requested to call at K of C Temple while in Washington and register their names The Washington Knights will keep open headquarters during the encampment State Deputy Supreme Knight W II Callahan and Francis P Sheehy State Secretary have sent notices bearing the above informa tion to every council of the K of C in the country MEHQRIAL yc Months Mind Moss For the Late ItMiss Emma May MocUey Green be the sod above thee Friend of my happiest days None knew thee but to love thee None named gee but to praise A most beautiful young life was cut short by the angel of death when Emma May Mnckey a fair young girl possessed of great beauty and virtue the idol of her happy home and endeared to all who knew her by her lovely disposition passed beautifully and holily from the scenes of this world into they presence of God Twentytwo short years were given herb God and truly it could be said she lived a long life in a short time In her few years she acquired the merit of ma ture age and in Gods sight it was suffi cient and He called her home to Himself Her bright cheerful disposition won her many friends and her genuine virtue ever elicited their admiration Large souled and generous she had always first in mind the comfort and happiness of others and all unconscious to herself her example was a power for good in the lives of all who knew her She was a member of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Patricks where the memory of unobtrusive virtue will live long after the dissolution of her fair earthly form also of the Alumnaeof the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy where she graduated with honor four years ago One of her last acts before her illness was to give an entertainment for the benefit of the building fund of her loved Alma Mater Her loyalty and devotion it was not passed by unheeded but the members acted as honorary pallbearers at her funeral and her months mind mass which was cele brated last Thursday at St Patricks was one of a tribute of masses from this society to her God is love and HU mercy is above all His works and who can doubt that it was in the exercise of it that He took her to Himself to spare her this lifes woes wants and the inevitable sorrows that await every one that reaches a fullness of years For we of faith be lieve We live in deeds not years in thought not breaths Iu feelings not in figures on a dial We should count time by heart throbs He most lives who thinks most feels the noblest acts thelbeet L A F MACAULEYS Way Down Hasta popular drama of New England home life will com to Macauleys next week beginning Mon day night Way Dots East is one of those wholesome dramas that appeal to the better side of human nature It has had a successful run ofsix years in the East and was seen lit Louisville last season and the season before Miss Phoebe Davies bat been reengaged as Anna Moore in the catand Archie Boyd who created the part of Squire Bartlett has also been reengaged All the parts are well takes GERMAN CATHOLICS MET it The forty seventh annual meeting a the German Roman Catholic Central Society met at Evaavill hut Sunday Many German Catlwllos wen in attend aace horn Ohio Illin JKentucky and 1reprotvented 1 r IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Cork Park autumn race meeting was very successful The Munster championship sports meeting was held Sunday at Dungarvan and was fairly successful The Clonmel corporation at their monthly meeting passed a resolution protesting against the recent coercion proclamationJames twentyeight years of age committed suicide by cutting his throat on the public road near Doneraile lIe had been insane for some time A public meeting convened by the Lord Mayor was held in Dublin in condemnation of the action of the Govern ment in proclaiming that city Two students were drowned on Sunday while bathing al Carrigrohane outside Cork City One of the youths belonged to Dublin and the other to Limerick The Sligo Champion the property of P A McHugh M P has been seized and stopped in connection with the recent bankruptcy proceedings against that patriotic and popular Irishman Messrs Harland and Wolff of Belfast have received an order from the White Star Line to build another steamer twenty feet longer than the Cedric which is at present the largest steamer afloatThe mail steamer Leiuster on a recent return journey from Holyhead to Dublin on Monday collided in a fog with the lightship Albatross which was cut in two and sunk The crew which numbered I seven were rescued At a special meeting of the Limerick Corporation held recently it was decided on the proposition of Alderman Daly to confer the freedom of the city on Generals De Wet Botha and Delarey and exPresident Steyn The first Newcastle County Down Feis was held in splendid weather and in the presence of a great concourse of people The competitions showed that fine progress has been made in the promotion of the language movement in the districtA attended and enthusiastic Nationalist meeting was held at Donough more when the principal speaker was Michael Davitt Speeches were also delivered by Messrs J C Flynn E Crean D D Sheehan M Ps J J Howard Chairman County Council and othersOn Saturday afternoon a special court was held at Rathmore County Kerry presided over by A J McDermott RM to hear certain charges of embezzlement and forgery preferred against one John Murphy Postmaster Knocknagree County Cork Accused was returned for trial to the assizes The Limerick Airedeacht was held at the Markets field on Sunday in the presence of over six thousand people The programme included Irish songs and dances by members of the Limerick Rathkeale Newcastle West and Ennis Gaelic League branches and was most successfully gone through- At the Cork police office several per sons were prosecuted at the suit of the corporation acting as the local sanitary authority for exposing for sale meat which was unfit r human food Heavy penalties were imposed Several cases for breaches under the licensing and sanitary laws were also disposed of Two Clare coercion prisoners P J Liuqane Chairman Ennis District county and Joseph OSullivan of Corpfin were discharged on Monday morning from Limerick gaol on the com pletion of a three months sentence under the crimes act and Alderman Joyce and others arranged for a public demonatra tion The 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Past WeekOeneral- News Notes I Ladies Auxiliary 11 A OH of Buf falo Is to give a series of dime socials The first one was held last week and was a delightfulaffair Members of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians of Dallas Texas have donated a beautiful marble altar railing for the Cathedral now in course of erection in that city Division 1 A O H Niagara Falls held its tenth annual reunion at Sacred Heart Hall on September 16 A pleasant time was indulged in vocal and instru mental music rendered and some witty speeches during the fine banquet served A good times smoker wound up a de lightful time The Hibernians of Wisconsin closed their convention in Milwaukee after re election of the old officers Resolutions of sympathy with Ireland in her struggle for liberty were adopted and Archbishop Ireland was applauded for suggesting the erection of a monument to commemorate the deeds of some noted sons of Erin in the Revolutionary war Syracuse Council Knights of Colum bus held memorial services Sunday even ing for the late Patrick J Euright a prominent member of the Knights of Columbus and Ancient Order of Hiber nians who died while attending the na tional convention of the Ancient Order at Denver recently James E Dolan the National President of the A O IL was the eulogist The music was in charge of Prof John J Raleigh assisted by Prof George Brunner and the council choir The biennial county convention of Bristol county Mass took place in Tauntou on Sunday September 21 The delegates attended mass at St Marys church in the morning At noon dinner was served in the Elks Hall After a stirring contest the following officers were elected County President John G McCarthy Fall River Vice President Joseph F Grady Taunton Secretary Jeffrey Sullivan Fall River Treasurer Matthew Hart New Bedford Division 7 of Syracuse has had the honor of the first official visit of James E Dolan the new National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians The met ing was held last Thursday President Dolan told the members that great re suits were expected from the new officers He also told them that the future of the A O H in America depended upon the young men the generation just arriving at their majority He urged that every effort be made to bring these young men into the order Mr Dolan also gave the encouraging news that three new divis ions were about to be cstulished in Syra cuseThe Genesee N Y County Board A O H held its annual meeting at Batavia Sunday September 21 and elected the following officers President S W Brown Batavia Vice President John McShane Bergen Recording Secretary James Reynolds Batavia Corresponding Secretary D Birmingham Batavia Treasurer Hugh Murray Le Rod Ser geantatArms John Cummins Batavia Sentinel John Powers Batavia Reports showed that the present membership is about 300 a gain of fifty during the year The amount in the treasury now is 2000 an increase of 100 during the year President frown gave reports of the re cent national convention at Denver and the State convention at Saratoga both of which he attended DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT St Peters Dramatic Club will give an entertainment at St Peters school hall Seyenteenth and Southgate streets on Sunday October 10 The club is coin posed of well known amateurs and the entertainment wi11befora worthy caMe u Lia FOR BEST OLD MKEMA WHISKY CALL UPON w SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out- MANDRIOTPfIR M SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS1 9 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of otherchickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs J901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 101 April 206 May 181 June 12- 0HALF RATES TO 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BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK ZMZ OBIRIIEnsr IMIGPIR 1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate t+ + tt tt H t H++++H t+t H tt+t +t +tt tt +++t +t + e PARADISEl SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384i 248 West Jefferson St TH n M t M M t + H + M +t H tH M M M+ +N Mt tMt M tM +t H 4HHMM4 HENRY Ca LAUER TILIEI301IC 11A6O Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 tE jEFFERSON ST 1428 and 430- Eranoh HOUM 105 Wst Market c JEFFEfUioNSfEETo O y e Elegant Black Dress Goods Our collection for Fall is the largest iiver shown and worthy of your careful con 0 sideration We have added largely to ourformer collections and are able to show o you many ideal Cloths for Fall While weTdevote much attention to the great vari 0 ety of plain effects in all grades we are convinced that the time for novelties is at handand we have a choice stock aaS 1f We will show tomorrow the new I Allwool Pean de Soie which has a nice satin finish 46 inches wide o price per yard 125 IAllwool Shark Skin Mohair for coat suits 46 inches wide price per yard 125jll Stylish Colored Dress GoodsEu- ropes I Americas Choicest Fabrics at MoneySavings iin solid shades redt blue brown green navy blue 38 inches wide at 50 at v 4cKS Heavy qualitY Mixed Suiting in11 6 darkred and brown inches wide 65c1x New line Cheviots in all colorings dark blue medium blue brown green These goods are steam mEK sponged and shrunken 54 inches wide per yard M 75cf o Childrens Cream Jersey Ribbed b Fleecelined Vests high neck and long sleeves pearl buttons and silk taped Pants to match iChildrens Peeler Cotton Mediumweight Ribbed pearlI12 Bet and Of Very Reverend Paul All Celebrated In an Appro priate Manner CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE began with the dinner to Bishop McClos key Father All and the clergy An elegant feast was prepared for there fu the convent immediately after the mass Nearly 100 clergymen enjoyed the repast During the dinner music was by Dominic Gerardi harpers Old Kentucky Home Die Wacht am Rhein and Home Sweet Home were the principal airs While the priests were dining in the convent the venerable father and mother of Father Paul and his brothers and sister and other relatives to the number of seventeen were being dined in the school hall The father mother and other rein lives of the jubilarian came from Hamil ton 0 to be present at the jubilee celebration They were given seats of honor during the mass and all were overcome with emotion over the high honors paM a member of their family In the evening at 8 oclock the grown members of the congregation assembled in the school hall to listen to aud to witness the presentation of the various gifts to their beloved pastor Fathers Louis and Lucas and other mew bers of the Franciscan order accompanied Father Paul to the hall which was crowded to the utmost After au orchestral number directed by Prof Kleinmeyer Mr A Ili Drink haus as Chairman stated the object of the meeting namely that the congregation had come together to honor Father Paul and to present him with tokens of esteem Then followed a selection by the choir Mr Urban Stengel one of the oldest parishioners spoke in behalf of the congregation He told what Father Paul had done for the congregation in building the new church and convent and how he had aided in erecting St Anthonys Hospital He concluded by making in behalf of the congregation a formal presentation of the new 2000 clock the chime of altar bells and the frescoing of the convent This latter work cost 950 The Concordia Singiug Society rendered an appropriate chorus after which Frank A Geher spoke in be half of the various church societies Mr Geher spoke of the of the priesthood and how the people looked up to and revered their priests lIe aid that each and every member of the congregation so honored Father Paul that they felt the joyous occasion in which they partici pated was their feast as well ass that of the jubilarian IIe also told how Father Paul bad won tbelieatta of all his parish iloners by lila incessant labors and kindly manner Mr Geher concluded by mak lag a formal of the rid l hP t wr I ijI oiJ jll 15c Extrafine Fleecelined SILVER JUBILEE 44inch Allwool Crepe de Chine for I tucked waists and dresses I price per yard ARnclt Allwool Camels Hair forT coat suits and separate skirts price per vard upins Pure Silk and Wool Velour 2 yard25OI i I and Prices Granite Cloth castor castor cadet visiting furnished addresses dignity presentation giftaof New line Cheviots in dark blue medium blue brown green castor cadet These goods are steam 5spongedand shrunken 54 Cinches wide per yard Fancy Waisting with embroidered t3 dots in coral color embroidered with tur 0quoise tan with turquoise reseda with 181 helix cadet with canary navy withcoral color These goods are worth SSiso yardalso yard98cinches wide per If IIWIT Pants all 125 125 allcolorings II Childrens Underwear I IfCnildrens Finequality Fastblack Jerseyribbed sizes5Oc11 Childrens Jerseyribbed Natural Grav Fleecelined Union Suits drop 11 seat pearl buttons and silk taped all sizes II Childrens Extrafine Cot w tot Utaiou Suits droP seat pearl buttons sizes39csilkcrocheted all Third and Third 00t the numerous societies of the congregation First the ladies of St Annes Society had furnished the dinner for the Bishop and the clergy and for the visit ing members of Father Pauls family the men of the congregation had given Father Paul a handsome gold watch the young mens societyfurnished the orchestra for the mass and for the evenings entertainment and a fine suit of clothes and the harpers music at dinner the Young Ladies Sodality fnrnst ed elegant new furniture for time sanctuary the members of the Third Order of St Fran cis presented a handsome crucifixion group for the private chapel of the priests and the members of the choir presented handsome missal Mr Gehers speech was repeatedly applauded The choir then rendered Handels Hallelujah chorus after which Edward Neuhaus deliver ian address on the fol lowers of St Francis of Assissi He told what the order hadidonc in Europe and in America and of Ahe great work they were doing at present everywhere all over the world and particularly in Amer ica His remarks were well received Then there were calls for Father Paul and when he mounted the platform the cheering was deafening It was a spontaneous heartfelt outburst of love and admiration Ten minutes were consumed in cheering and applause When quite was finally restored Father Paul in his great modesty thanked his friends for what they lied dote but declined to ac cept any credit for the building of the new church convent and hospital lIe said the success of his own humble work was due first and above all to the work of his predecessor Father Lucas Gottbe hoede who had paved the way for all these things Tile success was also due Father Paul said the willingness of the congregation tiocontributing money and more especially tb the poor of the congregation who had nothing to give but their prayers This reference tb the poor was a sigual for another outburst of applause He thanked each and every one for their goodwill and for their many presents Individual members of the congregation gave him presents too nu merous to mentiea The evening closed with a march by time orchestra On Monday atanring Father Alf celebrated mass for the children The little ones had been given a holiday and after mass the ladieatof St Annes Society furnished then K feast of ice cream cake 1 etc Daring the feast Father Alf On Monday evening at UleII ladies of St Asaes Society were again I in evidence Thy prepared a banquet for the choir the trustees the officers of the societies and this Concordia Singing So ciety The tetMtecfl presented Father Paul with futuk to take a trip to Hot Springs Ark for time benefit of his health Aa4jMtke jubilee ended a joyful time for Balm Paul for his fellow FrtnciscAM M U for the congregation old end youa8 IJ v iii l 85cl a Fall 8 h 6 25 Egyptian Fleece1i11ed I IJBACON SONS FourthMARKET STREETBet PourthJ haudII5Oweoffice BIG CROWD From Louisville Will Go to Carrollton Corner Stone Laying Louisville will be well represented at the cornerstone laying of the new church at Carrollton Ky on October 6 In the first place the Concordia Singing Society- is going in full force and have chartered a steamboat for the occasion Then Satolli Trinity and Mackin Councils will go as separate bodies In addition many individual Catholics will make the trip The steamboat will leave the wharf at First street at 7 oclock sharp Sunday morning October 5 Tickets for the round trip will be only fifty cents and can be had from members of the Young Mens Institute or at the office of the Kentucky Irish American Light refresh ments can be had on the boat On ar riving at Carrollton a good dinner will be provided at reasonable rates by the good ladies of St Johns congregation and the money received will be devoted to paying for the new church In the afternoon there will be a grand proces sion to the scene of the corner stone lay ing The Louisville societies and Cincinnati societies will take i part The Concordia Singing Society will render excellent music and besides the Concor dia will take along the Louisville Mili tary Band of fourteen pieces to furnish music on the boat and to head the Louis ville delegation in the parade The cor ner stone will be blessed by Bishop Maes ot Covington and Bishop Spalding will preach the sermon Rev Father Ah maun of Carrollton who has undertaken the work of building the new church will be here there and everywhere to welcome his friends from Louisville Cin cinnati Newport Covington and other pointstit RULE THE ROOST In the Valley of Bares in Abyssinia there is a community where the women without holding meetings or agitations of any kind have emancipated themselves All the women work haul while the men are idle but by the way of 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