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I J- II KENTUCKYIRISII1 t AMERICANVOLU- ME t t IXNO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1002 PRICE FIVE CENTS WARMWELCOMEAwaited the National Convention of United Irfsh League Redmond Davitt Dillon and Blake Made Speeches That Aroused Enthusiasm Convention Pledged to Raise 100000 to Fight tho Landlords In Their Tactics INCIDENTS OF THE GREAT MEETING The national convention of the United Irish league held at Boston on Monday and Tuesday was an unqualified success in every way The number of delegates present was even larger than was ex pected and the greatest enthusiasm pre vailed Of course much interest was added by the presence of such eminent leaders from Ireland as John E Red mond M P William OBrien M P Edmund Blake M P and Michael Davitt coupled with exCongressmen Finnerty of Chicago and Bourke Coch ran of New York Messrs Redmond Davitt and Dillon arrived in Boston on Friday where they were joined by Mr Blake who had been sojourning in Canada They were met and warmly welcomed by a large com mittee of Irish Nationalists from Boston and Chicago On Sunday night each of these four Irish leaders addressed two big meetings in Boston Mrs Martin widow of John Martin and sister of John Mitchell one of the leaders of the 48 movement also came over from Ireland to attend the national convention Mrs Martin Is seventysix years old but she looks many years younger She has the grace and agility of many a woman forty years her junior She was dressed in a colored silk dress adorned with sparkling jewels and she also wore gold bowed spectacles when seen by a friend of the Kentucky Irish American I do not want to say anything about Irelands past troubles she said bee- R cause if I should I would break down EvcrioneJamitiaktithL h history knowJlt ifatof tnyAfitcEielgdlptylt husband for their efforts in behalf of Ire land Sentenced to penal servitude for life is something not very pleasant to look back upon How do the women in Ireland look on the battle being waged by the Nation alist members of Parliament Well I am sorry to say that most of those whom I know do not view it very favorably because they can not be recon ciled to recognize British rule in any form These of course are the women I know but the wives of the peasants and farmers are enthusiastic for home rule And why shouldnt they be Anyone who has a knowledge of what Ireland has suffered would not hesitate to lend their sympathy to that stricken land Wont you say something about your dead husband and the dark days of 48 No I can not It would be Impossi ble for me I would break down and tears came into the patriotic old ladys eyes This is not ynur first visit to Boston is itNo indeed it is not for I have numerous friends here and in New York On Saturday morning the Irish envoys were in conference with leading Irish Americans from all parts of the country After lunch they were taken for a car riage ride through the park system after which they returned to the Hotel Lenox where they are stopping At 4 oclock the most important business of the day began It was the meeting of the Execu tive Council of the United Irish League of America over which the Hon John F Finnerty of Chicago the National Presi dent presided It was held at the Lenox The members of the committee numbered thirty Messrs Redmond Dillon and Davitt were present After a four hours session the committee voted not to give out any report of the proceedings but the principal business transacted was a consideration of the details of the coming convention The convention was held at Faneuil Hall The hour set for the convention was 11 oclock but long before that hour the hall was filled with delegates and others who were not delegates but who were interested in Irish affairs The hall was handsomely decorated with the stars and stripes and the sunburst of Ireland It was 1145 oclock when National President John Finerty of Chicago rapped for order Among other things Mr Finerty said in his opening address Under more favorable conditions the Irish people would be entirely justified in resorting to arms to end this huge iniquity Right and justice are on their aide and present opportunity alone is wanting With a powerful ally to further her with the nucleus of an army and with the munitions of war Ireland by putting every able bodled man in the field could win her independence but without such MI ally nothing short of a miracle could render her victorious Th men upon Irish ground are the men tto deckle the policy of their country So long as they keep the green flag flyin and lake HO compromise of their rigid to be free and Iudpeitl their Amen oats kiasawn are and will betbtir alt lien a II D l DO and auxiliaries Ireland must fight Eng land with such weapons as she has ready She must not submit to be extinguished while waiting an opportunity to strike She is threatened with one great and pressing dangerextinction by emigra tion As her manufactures except in the line of linen and a few other staples are almost destroyed by English competition which has every advantage that wealth plant and skill can give her young peo ple are in a great measure cut off from skilled labor pursuits and agriculture in the only other alternative of employment The best lands of Ireland are held by alien and absentee landlords The worst are occupied by the tillers of the soil Between these two classes there is an irrepressible conflict Following Mr Fiuertys address Act ing Mayor Doyle welcomed the conven tion to the city The lIon Bourke Cock ran was chosen temporary Chairman Addressing the convention Mr Cockran said that an appeal to arms by the Irish people would be folly rather than patriot ism but that when the truth of the Irish question became apparent to the world an adjustment of the difficulty would be possible The Committee on Credentials reported that 70C delegates were in at tendanceThe then organized with John F Finerty of Chicago as perma ment Chairman Committees were ap pointedwith the following Chairman Rules Gen OBeirne New York By laws M P Ciirran Massachusetts Plat form and Resolutions M J Ryan Philadelphia Ways and Means United States Senator Smith New Jersey Permanent Organization Patrick Ford New York During the afternoon some enthusiastic speeches were made which called forth much applause Messrs Davitt and Dil lon were the leading speakers On Tuesday the main work of the convention was done Messrs Redmond and Blake were the principal speakers ExGov Boutwell of Massachusetts also spoke At the close of Mr Blakes ad dress the Committee on Permanent Organization reported John F Fiuerty of Chicago was unanimously reelected President John OCallaghan of Boston Secretary T B Fitzpatrick of Boston Treasurer Hugh J McGowan of Indianapolis and Mrs P J McNellis of Indianapolis are members of the National Committee Mr OConnor of Philadelphia acting Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means submitted report that 100000 be raised within the next six months for the cause of Ireland and that this con vention pledge itself for said amount and fterfthe suoJipanied has been raised J1lautee1tQiiY1itQ1JgrQrldollar the struggle continues The report was adopted and the convention adjourned sine die COADJUTOR WANTED Archbishop Elder Sends an Urgent Request to Rome The Most Reverend Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati has applied to Rome for the appointment of a coadjutor with the right of succession No doubt the wishes of His Grace will be respected in this matter although the authorities in Rome are for obvious reasons never in a hurry to act Speculation is now ripe as to who will be chosen as Coadjutor Archbishop From Cincinnati comes the statement that Bishop Moeller of Columbus will be the man Bishop Moeller Is undoubt edly much esteemed by Archbishop Elder and was for a long time Chancellor of the archdiocese under the late Arch bishop Purcell On the other hand the friends of Bishop Byrne of Nashville believe he will be chosen It is also stated that the list which will be sub witted for the nomination for coadjutor is made up as follows Dignissimus the Right Rev Thomas Sebastian Byrne of Nashville Dignior the Right Rev Henry Moeller of Columbus Dlgnus the Very Reverend Francis M Quatman dean of the Cincinnati diocese Of conrse this is all conjecture It may be that not one of these three will be chosen although any of them will capably fill the exalted position It Is hardly possible that anything definite will be known before the first of the new year EDITOR OMALLEYS CHANGE Charles J OMalley poet author and editor has resigned as associate editor of the Catholic Telegraph Cincinnati to become editor of the New World at Chicago Mr OMalley has a national reputation as a poet and a writer on Catholic topics and is personally well known In Louisville where he lived for several years during the time he was editor of the Midland Review and the Illustrated South His many friends in Louisville and throughout Kentucky wish him success In his new ventureP- ATROLMAN NUOENT DEAD Edwin C Nugent a popular young man of the West End and very recently appointed a patrolman died at his fathers residence 2719 Slcvln street at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon lie had been ill of pneumonia only a short time The deceased was twentyfour years of age and unmarried lie was a ton of thee Louisville Railway Company The ftitif ral took place from St Cecilia church Patrolgman Nugent was a young Jaaa of exeat platy habits aa4 dyad a host of frkmU May be rest iu JOe n teX 1 FAUGH A BALLAQH Everybody Is Bound For the Irish Fair to See All That Is There and wkt 5 Take a Ride on the Jaunting Cars Y T v Two Hundred and Fifty Well Drilled Children Will Sing Appropriate Irish and American National Songs andDecute Intricate Marches Mayor Grainger Judge Matt ODohertylJl J Fitzgerald Thomas P Walsh and Others to Participate in te Opening Exercises The Irish fair will open at the Horse Show building on Monday and will con tinue one week Everything is in readiness for the grand opening and all signs point to an auspicious attendance during the entire week The Ancient Order of Hibernians under whose auspices the fair will be held and the promoters Messrs Tim Hurst and Robert C Gray have been untiring in their efforts to make the affair a success It is needless to say it will be a clean high class attrac tion one that the Irish people may be proud of and one that will be an educa tion to those who are not Irish Gov Beckbam Mayor Grainger Judge Matt ODoherty Alderman J J Fitzgerald and Attorney Thomas P Walsh will make addresses on the open ing night Besides the speaking which will occupy less than fortyfive minutes there will be fancy drills and choruses by 250 trained children A different programme will be given each night The Irish fair will not be a fair in the American acceptance of that term There will be no chances no soliciting or raffling It will be in the nature of an exposition showing a map of Ireland her rivers lakes provinces counties villages and hamlets her industries her relics of historical and legendary interest her jaunting cars harpers pipers cot tages etc The map of Ireland has been constructed of Irish turf brought from Ireland especially for tkakpurpose an- isindeeda workof1a IlM save tosal weeks tOCiin Huist assist DY uses Mamie Keenan and Julia Kelly has been very active in training 250 girls and boys who are to take part in the chorus and drills This has been no easy task as these boys and girls come from all parts of the city and never sang together before One of the main attractions will be Prof Nicholl Andrew Tobin the cele brated Irish piper He will play well known Irishairs among them The Wind That Shook the Barley The Ramblers from Clare and hundreds of other tunes dear to every Irish heart The Hibernians of Jeffersonville are also interested in the fair and one night will be set aside for them and their brother Hibernians of New Albany A committee of Hibernians from Louisville visited their Jeffersonville brethren Tues day night Ofl this committee were Pat MARTIN HIBBITT Is Visiting His Mother and Other Dear Friends In Ireland Martin Hibbitt one of the most popular IrishAmericans in the city and during the past twenty years a trusted employe of the Louisville Railway Company is visiting his old home at Ballinasloe County Galway Ireland He expects to remain in Ireland three months Thomas Hines is in receipt of a letter from Mr Hibbitt telling of his safe arrival at his old home and how he surprised his aged mother and various friends none of whom recognized him after his long sojourn in America While in Ireland Mr Hibbitt will also visit Patrick Quirk a brother of Martin Quirk another well known IrishAmerican of this city Mar tin Burke in Gort and the mother of Rick Quinn Incidentally Martin Hibbitt will visit every province and possibly every county in Ireland He will have lots to tell his friends on his return to Louisville FIFTY PRIZES Will Be Awarded at the C K and L of As Big Euchre The combined Louisville branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America will give a big euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill Park Wednesday night Fifty prizes will be awarded the victors In the big euchre the largest number of prizes ever given at a euchre la Louis vine and all of the prizes are useful cud costly The object of this euchre and dame IIs to secure funds to aid la eater talning the delegates to the aatloall con veatloa of the Catholic Knights and Ladies when they meet ia tits city Ila May 1904 Tbowas KMMH U Chair max of the Committee en AmqpMMti and Mlsc Mary ShwUaa Is the tentery u IJ Welsh John Cavanaug and Edward J Mackey These gentlsuen extended a hearty invitation to theii r Jeffersonville colleagues who gladlY accepted and seemed to be as entbujj stir over the fair as the people on T is side of the river Messrs John Kelseedy William Coyle John Breen and William Garrity were appointed to conferjith the Louis ville Hibernians to make arrangements for the visit to the fair Mechanics have been at work at the Horse Show building alll week and are rapidly transforming itinto a miniature Ireland Blarney Castle jv th Ute blarney stone has been built bF castle stands thirty feet high Here v l be an oppor tunity for all to kiss the blarneyslone Ancient Itish crosses round towers en chanted wells coatsofa ms and other interesting things fromlureland will be reproduced in facsimile Among other things of interest will be Bachelors Well It is averred that anybachelor no matter how confirmed who pSrtakes of theaters of this well will b happily mar ned within three months Quite a Gum ber of well known you g ladles have made up parties in order to lead their respective swains to the veil Another feat re will be St KeyinSjWIshing Chair Any young lady who sits in the chair andwishes for a huwtSfl will receive a proposal within one mib It will rest with her then ta acaiftjof decline the offerG1oadatayh arnllle Ruins of the LuckyCrewt I o ot er internBspots w ll be shown Robert Emnietd grave will be another point of interest A miniature railroad will run outside the building and the donkeys and jaunting cars will carry passengers inside Local Irishmen and women have loaned valuable Irish curios some of them are hundreds of years old and all have a his tory Irish cottages will be furnished complete Irish peasants will give ex hibitions of spinning weaving churning lacemaking turf cutting etc Games of every description practiced in Ireland from hurling to Fortyfive will be in evidence Of course with the piper and harper there will be jig and reel dancing Refreshments will be disposed of at several booths and the attendants at these booths will speak the Gaelic tongue During the past week a number of well disposed Irish maids and matrons nearly Among other hard workers in the cause are M M Hoban and Mrs Mary Mono ban President and Secretary respectively of Branch 5 Tom Scallys band will furnish the dance music Wednesday night HIS OLD STAND Genial John Faheyj Has Re sumed His Former Business r Popular John Fahey is back In busi ness at his old stand on the northwest corner of Ninth and Broadway This week he has been busy receiving the congratulations of his old friends Sev eral years ago he gave up his business there to enter the railroad contracting business but John finds that an outof door life has no longer the attractions for him It once had So now he has returned to his former stand John Fahey learned the art of building a railroad in his early days He knew every part of It with pick shovel crow bar wrench and hammer lIe was am bitious and thrifty lie became a con tractor and employed many men and he was always a good judge of a fair days work and paid a fair days wages He never overworked his men and he never allowed shirking lie Will always suc cessful In whatever be undertook John Fahey speaks ill of BO man and deserves success May it follow him in the future as it has IB the past THREELEGOED STOOL Thomas DoUu the genial President of Division I A O IL Iis at work OH a threelegged stool to be need at the en trance to the Iri tt village Mr Doha IsI quite an artbt IIB bis style awl the stool prowls to bs a work of art The seat of the stool will be IB the stupe of as Irish shamrock and OM tleg of the stool will be bctath each leaf Those who have sets the week M Ian M it kM jwe MrI4 what hn adr =sf A plc on all wives daughters and sweethearts of members of the A 0 IL have been at work making costumes for the boys and girls who are to take part in the songs and drills The members of the A O H have decided to wear a distinctive badge to advertise this fair during the week This badge consists of a white cap with a green band on which are the letters in gold A O H Three hundred of these caps are ready and can be had from Schieman Ware John Mulloy or at the Horse Show Building In short everything possible has been done to make the fair a success Those who attend will certainly not be disap pointed Go once and you will go again The County Board met Thursday night and made final arrangements for the fair It was decided to have the Louisville Military Band and an orchestra on hand every night during the fair Mike Walsh and Frank Kenney were placed in charge of the jaunting cars and Mar tin Cusick is to be the lecturer on Ireland while the panorama is being given The following committee will be in charge of the dancing William Burns John Grogan Francis Maher Mal Shaugh nessy and Hugh Higgins The following young ladies were elected Queens of the four Provinces Miss Mary Butler chosen by Division 1 Miss Katie Keaney by Division 2 Miss Maggie King by Division 3 Miss Alice Walsh by Division 4 twasdecldedio have all Hibernian in the city to meet at Hibernian Hall Monday night At 7 oclock they will form in line and headed by the Louisville Military Band will march with the children to the Horse Show building where they will be joined by Mayor Grainger Judge ODoherty Alderman J J Fitzgerald Thomas P Walsh and others The Irish fair will then be for mally opened Among the ladies who have given much time to the work of making costumes etc and whose services are highly appreciated are Mrs Thomas Keenan Mrs Thomas P Clines Mrs Pat Sullivan Mrs William T Meehan Mrs William M Higgins Mrs George Butler Mrs Phil McGovern Mrs James Coleman Mrs Pat Delaney Mrs Thomas Tarpey and Misses Mamie Keenan Julia Kelly Mamie Higgins and others whose names we have not been able to learn BOY COMPANIONS Acted as PallBearers For the Remalrs of Ralph Carney The remains of Ralph Carney the promising son of Patrolman John Carney who dies at his dome on Washington street last week were interred In Chicago on Sunday Before the remains left Louisville they were taken to the Church of the Blessed Sacrament where Rev Father OSullivan performed the rites for the dead and spoke feelingly of Ralph Carney as an unusually bright and manly boy The following friends and com panions of the dead youth were his pall bearers William Chester Edward Gies ler William Ridge John Bonifer Harry Thurman and Fred Bouchard They accompanied the remains to the depot The parents and immediate members of the family went with the remains to their last resting place in Chicago May his soul rest in peace BACHELORS CLUB Of Mackin Council May Be Disposed of by the Girls The young ladles of the West End are very ranch Interested Iin the approaching hibernation of the Bachelors Club aa adjunct of Mackia Council Y M I These bachelors are all young atea and are all eligible for watriatoay Sonia of these bave been bachelors so long that their friends bellere they bare coa trctd the bachelor babtt Now they are alt good fellows and sit enjoy the Mackia Cluhik cw that is with soave other fellows girl but they pesUlrtly WitTiof this ftttbtbr Clark Ilk on clicks Ita CIIyaet ware still Avtw k JtMv erasing- n 0 n I t for months past they have thus met and caused fond hopes to vanish from many young hearts But these summer days arc passing Winter is at hand There can be very few more teleatetes of the bachelors on Twenlysixlh street on Sunday after noons this season What will become of them It is presumed they will go into seclusion or hibernate like the bears groundhogs etc But one pretty girl who has her eye on the club said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American I have an idea about how to get rid of that Bachelors Club How would it do to take the members of it to the Irish fair and auction them off Wouldnt it be funny How much am I offered for President Frank Murphy handsome not too young and not too old He would make any woman a good hus bandshe added Then she continued How much for jolly Jack McQuese everybodys friend looks like he would be kind to a motherinlaw Heres an otherhow much am I offered for Dan Weber a grocery clerk Any girl who gets him will be well fed and will not have to buy breakfasf food nor live in a flat Come up young ladles and make a bid on Charley Raidy the letter carrier He is in good health sound of body wind and limb just back from a vaca tion Give me bids on Frank Adams Joseph Stellenpohl Will Shaughnessy George Simonis and Robert Osborne Name your price take your pick How much will you give me for Paddy Flynn the Illinois Central cant get along with out him Here is a bank clerk Jack Shelley President Viglinl of the Ger man Bank donates the trousseau Speak quick What will you offer for Pat Ban non Jr a work of art in himself and not made of terracotta Walk right up girls and examine this bargain Almost as good a catch as he is a catcher This is Hugh Higgins the star of the diamond Buy him now and youll wear diamonds if you live long enough but that may insure you a good oldage So she rattled on Maybe the plan will be carried into execution FALL EUCHRES Will Be Inaugurated Next Week by Mackin Council There was little business to be trans acted at the meeting of Mackin Council Y M I last Tuesday night but that little was done well President Murphy occupied the chair Several new appli cations were received and two candidates were elected to membership At the meeting to be held next Tuesday a large class of candidates will be initiated The committee appointed some time ago to arrange for the series of fall and winter euchres made its report The first euchre of the series will take place in the Mackin club house next Wednes day evening at 8 oclock These delightful entertainments every fortnight are free to any person having an invita tion and invitations may be had from any members of Mackin Council and at this office Before the Council ad journed several interesting subjects were brought up and discussed BRILLIANT WEDDING Next Tuesday morning at 9 oclock an interesting and brilliant wedding will be solemnized at St Josephs church this city with Father Prosper as celebrant of the nuptial high mass The contracting parties arc Joseph Hillerich and Miss Lorena Ruhl the pretty and accomplished daughter of John Ruhl Sr a young lady widely known and admired throughout the entire East End for her many excel lent traits of character Mr Hillerich is a trusted employe of the AllenBradley Distillery Company and very popular among his wide circle of acquaintances Miss Augusta Hlllerich will be the bridesmaid and John Ruhl Jr the best man After the celemony the young couple and a large number of invited friends and relatives will be tendered a reception at the home of the brides pa rents on Wilson avenue They will go to housekeeping at once in a neat and cosy home on Wilson avenue The Ken tucky Irish American tenders its hearty congratulations NOTED TEACHER BEAD Sister Xaveria who for many years was the principal of the parochial schools at St Augustines church Jeffer Bonville died at Indianapolis on Monday Sister Xaveria was loved and respected byll who knew her and her death came as a shock to her Jeffersonvillc friends among whom she had labored so long and faithfully May she rest In peace MERCY HOSPITAL BAZAR A meeting of the Catholic ladles and gentlemen of Jeffersonville was held at the Mercy Hospital Thursday night to arrange for a bazar to be given at the Armory In the near future The meeting was well attended and a number of com wlttee were appointed to perfect the necessary arrangements Another meet llag will be held next week UMMSVILU BOYS HOMC Res Bergtn awl Chatta Parsons both LowUvill boys and knows to the tho weal world M Bcrgea and Paraottt CHMdI tcroWts are Ila the city on a tort vaoaOea Aftkwgh they have kaea MI MM vMd but a shod tint they IwMe gain a Ilk with thhe public and aa tin giwt rlaeaeii POLITICAL a Matters Bring Emphatic De nials From Well Known Democratic Loaders John Gassllly Exposes Absurd Charges Made Against Judge Barker Judge ODohorty DoclaresThatpHe Was Not Forced Off tho Ticket INTEREST IN CAMPAIGN GROWING The many friends Catholic and non Catholic of Hon Henry S Barker can didate for Judge of the Court of Appeals are indignant at a report circulated durin-gthe pastweek that he was an A P A or had tendencies in that direction The report was circulated no doubt by the opponents of Judge Barker and strange to say in the interest of an avowed can didate of a party that has been promi nently Identified with the A P As Mr c John P Cassilly the attorney and official stenographer of the division of the Cir cuit Court over which Judge Barker so ably presides stated that there could be nothing more foreign to the high sense of justice and right entertained by Judge Barker than the charge thus made- I have known Judge Barker person ally for many years said Mr Cassilly and having been intimately associated with him officially in his court I have frequently heard him express his views on questions of religion both privately and publicly from the bench I know that he is thoroughly a Christian man and appreciates the value of a true religion in the hearts of men I have often heard him express the highest admiration for the great charities of the Catholic church for the noble work done by the Little Sisters of the Poor the Sisters of the Good Shepherd the Sisters of Charity in their hospitals for incurable diseases and the likecharities which can alone be undertaken by religious possessed of a true spirit of selfsacrifice and zeal for souls and which can only be foundwithin the bosom of the Catholic church Mr Cassilly stated a sufficient refuta tion to the charge can be found in the fact that he himself not more than three or four months ago was honored by a a reappointment to his position by Judge Barker The Clerk of the Criminal Division of said court Frank Dacher who is well known among the Germans in the eastern portion of our city is also a CatholicThose who have a personal acquaintance with Judge Barker said Mr Cas silly would never believe such a report and it is only for the benefit of those who have not such acquaintance and who might possibly be influenced to his detriment by hearing such a calumnious statement that this unqualified denial is deemed necessary- At a Democratic rally held at PhoenixAHill Park last Tuesday night Judge Matt ODoherty took occasion to deny the rumor that was being circulated to the effect that he had been forced off the ticket by the Democratic committee Judge ODoherty said in part One of my objects in coming here tonight is to deny emphatically that I was forced off the ticket His Excel lency Gov Beckham did me the honor to appoint me to a place on the bench This honor came unsought unsolicited unexpected When I accepted I made it a proviso that I would not be asked to run again His Excellency told me the place was tendered me without condi tions I accepted the place uncondition highesthonorschosen to a place on the bench- I never had any serious idea of bee coming a candidate for reelection The committee begged me to make the race even after I had made up my mind not to become a candidate Capt Frank Hagan and Judge Gordon each came to me and assured me that if I would make the race they would not oppose me i decided not to make the race Anybody who knows me knows I will fight and they ought to know that if the committee or anybody else had tried to keep me off the ticket when I wanted to stay on there would have been a fight Now some one started the rumor that I was forced off That li a lie It was a deliberate Intentional and malicious InJurIng o man who tAtted It knew it when he told It I hope that this denial on my part will settle this matter ouce and for all It SUCCESSFUL BAZAR UolyName lcopkfomfrom night to night and the musical ea terUlnmenU afforded have been aboy the ordinary The articles offered tot sale or rape at tho boar have bws ol more than ordinary value cad quit a MrofWIeel the Church ol tin Kdy NMM n- iiIHM el tin coagregatbn end tkkIftiade haw assisted is naahiar the bara msiiis Itut itMmmtsy aaajbi o R NTUOKY IRISH AMERIdAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGfllt iiniiiiiiitiitiiiiifiit Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans wtrIILIAM HIGGINS Publl1er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 3C Hntorod at the Louisville Postoif Ice as Secosd Class Matter ddl eu all COJIm alc llons to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weit Oreen Street UNION TRADES LAOEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1902 MAKE IT A SUCCESS The Irish fair opens in this city Monday night and there are a number of reasons why every Irish and IrishAmerican person man woman and child should attend In the first place it is given under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians an organization that has not only done a great deal toward uniting the Irish people in America but it has spent millions in relieving the dis tress of widows and orphans in affording Christian burial for its members and in caring for the dis tressed in various ways The Irish fair will moreover be carried on in such a manner that Americans of all classes will be attracted to it will see something in it worthy of praise and admira tion will le led to inquire into Irish affairs more thoroughly and in the end will have a higher opinion of the Irish race It will teach our children who have never seen the old land more about it in one night than we can tell them in a year It will teach them to be proud of the land that was the birthplace of their pa rents and make them feel that the land of Brian Born of Sarsfield of Emmet of Mitchell of Parnell of Redmond Dillon and Davitt is a land to be proud of It ought to and will remind us all of that beau tiful Emerald Isle that has been oppressed so long whose people have suffered every manner of per secution and yet that same Ireland and her people have produced men in the foremost rank of literature statesmanship finance engineer ing war politics and law for cen turies past It is your duty as Irish men and Irish women to visit r this fair and to encourage others to visit it Help to make it a success THOSE BONDS We need better streets for traffic more sewers for drainage especially in thesuburbsand thediseasebreed ing Beargrass bottom ought to be filled up No one disapproves this The city has no money for such stupendous work and can only ob tain it to pay cash by levying a burdensome tax in the next three years on the present population or it can issue bonds do the work at once on credit levy a small tax annually for forty years enjoying the benefits in the meantime and make the future population pay its proportion The latter has been decided upon subject to the peo pIes vote November 4 This is the proposition divested of parti sanismThe latter course was followed by every administration which de veloped and improved the city gave us our granite and asphalt d streets granitoid sidewalks sewers bridges patks and everything new nnd progressive Yet these propositions met with the same opposi tion as the present proposed bond issue as our elder citizeus well remember Results disprove all the opposition argument and uoth ing has been presented to show that the pending bond Issue and its purpose are in way different from those of the past Pay as you go is a good axiom but it is often more ceo uomlcal and profitable to do things at once even on credit than wait un1 you have the money Results in individual as well AS public of fairs prove thU The wotkingnten wko own their homes generally bo Nih tltcw on credit demouatrat t lug it was wore ecowwlcal and pllaiitabk Haan waltiag un they tcwU pay 1MMa Tbt salsa to c an true of cities that have improved and developed by the issue of bonds growing in population ex tending in area increasing in trade values and revenues far ahead of those cities that are waiting to pay as they go Louisville has tried both Under which has the city shown the most progress and business developmentI But the contractors will get the money Some one will certainly get it if the work is done and as it is in the line of the contractors business they will and our home contractors ought to get it if their bids are lowest and best But the contractors will not get all only their profit The great bulk of it will go to the hundreds of Louisville workmen who will be employed on the work in the next three years as well as those en gaged in producing the materials The contractors and dealers in sup plies and material are residents whose interests are here whose capital is invested in giving em ployment to our people bringing business to our city and paying taxes If we have anything in their line to do we believe in patronizing home industryeven contractorswho employ home labor We do not believe working people will vote against the bond issue because it will give hundreds of them employment which it will if home contractors get the work So far no reasonable argument has been advanced against the bond issue We believe It to the inter est of all citizens principally the working people and residents of the suburbs to vote for it IRELAND TURNED DOWN Despite the fact that Ireland has been peaceful and lawabiding for years coercion is being enforced with a relentless vigor cities and counties are proclaimed as unlawful civil law suspended people arrested without warrant or indictment held without bail tried and condemned to imprisonment without appeal Still Ireland peaceful and though protesting does so within the law and right of all people Protests and appeals to the Ministry and Parliament have been adopted by local representative bodies and mass meetings To these petitions of the Irish people no reply has been returned they were simply ignored by the Ministry and the coercion continuesLast Parliament met and when Prime Minister Balfour in stating the Government policy for legislation failed to mention Ire land the Irish members plied him with questions and pleas for bringing Irelands grievances before Par liament for investigation and redress But Mr Balfour gave only evasive replies finally refused to answer and as the Irish members persisted moved the cloture which his supporters voted Mr ODon nell still insisting on being heard was named by the Speaker suspended and excluded from his seat It is evidently the intention of the Government not only not to grant any redress to Ireland but to also prevent Parliament from even hearing the protests and appeals of the Irish people against the wrongs and outrages to which they are subJ- ected by Government officials at the behest of oppressive landlords in violation of law of justice and of right There can no longer be a doubt as to the purr of the OOVMH rncut In Irish affairs With a rtlfn of coercion by petty vtofotii who invade koeNs arise prepety attest a pel ie eta siatpie in- IerniMissl wlkheat WIiolf M 4t Mwl- U 1 the civil llaw suspended and the courts closed against all relief for the decision of the petty Magistrates is final then disregard all protests against the wrongs all appeals for redress and even refuse to allow Irelands representatives to present and plead her case in Parliament treating them with discourtesy ard excluding them from their rights as representatives of their people there can be but one purpose To goad the people to desperation and resistence to force the Irish to that last resort of a people not born to be slaves to resist by force an op pression that is beyond endurance and for relief from which all other means are denied then the army and slaughter devastation the dun geon transportation or exile Such is the evident purpose of the British Government toward Ireland Will it succeed President Mitchells addresss to the miners convention called to consider the strike settlement was in accord with his course that earned popular approval The following extract is a gem revealing his real character For our opponents we entertain no feeling of malice While they have maligned our characters impugned our motives and sought the victory by methods which we should scorn to use yet on this day when we have secured an avenue of redress on this day when the realization of our hopes and ambitions seem near when the prospect of a brighter and happier future seems assured we should hold out to them the hand of friend ship and ask them to join us in providing for such business rela tions as shall for all time establish peace and tranquility in the coal fields If the operators manifest the same conciliatory spirit there will be no more strikes in the an thracite region Legislator G A Holland of Eminence whose course in the last session earned the enmity of all organized labor particularly the printers but who grandiloquently and profusely declared he didnt give a that he would be reelected anyhow and be Speaker of the next House has suddenly changed his mind He had already announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination a year hence presuming he would have no opposition But Mr Holland disappointedIOpposition thus early became so strong as to center on a candidate and Mr Holland withdraws because of the objection that he was running for a third term Any excuse will do It is said Holland still has aspirations for Congress Well that comes later Wonder if the fact that it was in compliance with a petition of the Federation of Catholic Societies that President Roosevelt used his good offices as the first citizen in the land to settle the coal strike had anything to do with the abuse and ridicule heaped upon him by certain newspapers The coal strike produced two heroes whose laurels very few will envyPresident Bauer of the Reading railway and Gov Stone of the Pennsylvania One is a Democrat and the other a Republican but neither is likely to be nominated for President In 1904 if ever Whatever may be charged against J Pierpont Morgan it seems when 4e turned his attention to the coal strike there was suddenly some thing doing Obstinacy and force took a back seat and business sense quickly found a basis for settlement The Federation of Catholic So lcttes in originating the idea of the resident using his good offices to- aeUle the coal strike hay scored a big Htl tot a bellMr Pop Leo XIII has given inottKC evidence that he b the sendinglaI grwa heW Iin Costae rs tthe ed that the greet e a- Bribe way to M4bfc1 4i Hy Mlttal vcMMMA Hbbf IHM wibMii ttpaeial pMpi a Ih LLi up t r S0GIETv Miss Mary Wathea is visiting Mrs II G Sandifer at Danville Ky Mrs Mary deleu of Frankfort is visiting relatives in this city 1 Miss Emma Lebmann has returned home after a pleasant visit to Bardstown r Miss Maud Phisle of Louisville is the I guest of Mrs ji O Shouse of Versailles Y Miss Mamie McGIasson of Louisville is a guest of Miss Fannie Gray of Frankfort Miss Mollie Dorsey of Springfield is visiting Mrs R H Edelen of Bards town Mrs F C Simpson of this city is vis iting Mrs John D Wickliffe of Bards town Mr and Mrs C H Fiunegan have gone to Topeka Kas to spend the winter Miss Julia Stuber entertained her card club at her home in the Highlands last Monday James Moran is quite ill of typhoid fever at his fathers residencs 118 Twen tysixth street jv Mrs L L McCarthy of Kansas City visited a number of old friends in Park land last week i Miss Alice and Alexina Schaulie have returned from a delightful visit to friends in Henry country Miss Mildred Kelly of Pittsburg is visiting her grandmother Mrs M A Kelly in this city Mrs W O Sweeney and son Pat of Jeffersonville have gone to Charlestown Ind to visit relatives Miss Kitty Krieger has returned to her home in the Highlands after a visit of three months in Europe Mrs J K Goodloe and Miss Abbie Goodloe of Louisville are guests of Mrs Margaret Twyman of Versailles James McKenna and his sister Miss Mary McKenna are guests of Charles White 1025 West Jefferson street Mrs Margaret Burke the venerable mother of Miss Mollie Burke is seriously ill at her home 1027 Eighth street E H Bacon the popular railroad passenger agent is able to be out again after a long siege with rheumatism Mrs Eugene Lamar Fontaine of Brandenburg Ky is visiting her aunt Mrs Mary Radley in Jeffersonville Thomas Monahan and Miss Monahan of Jeffersonville have returned home after a pleasantvisit to Indianapolis Chris Cullen of New Albany who has been dangerously ill of appendicitis in Los Angeles Cal is on the high road to recovery Misses Kate and Margaret Hines of Jeffersouville have returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives at Anchorage Miss Edith Lanahan of South Louis ville has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends at Lexington and Ludlow Miss Sadie Powell of this city was a member of a house party entertained by Misses Hattie and Emma Scott at Frank fort last week Mr Frank Scholte a popular and well known young man of the West End returned during the past week from his farm in Indiana A new and sturdy baby boy has ar rived at the home of Jerry Hallahan a popular Hibernian at 1714 Portland ave nue Mr and Mrs Hallahan are proud of the new arrival Michael J Finnegau cashier of the Big Four Railroad Company Is happy these days It is a boy and arrived reo cently at the Flnnegan home 2509 Eighteenth street Mother and child are doing well John P Cassllly the popular stenog rapher of the Criminal Division of the Jefferson Circuit Court is being con gratulated on the arrival of a pretty baby girl at his home 1153 Garvin place Mother and child are doing well The many friends of Miss Mamie Mil ler and Harry Golden will be surprised to learn that they were married at St Boniface church on August 25 The mar riage was kept a secret until last Monday Mr and Mn Golden will make their home in Cincinnati Dais Anna Stahl and Augustus Lan nlug were married at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 2 oclock Tues day afteraooa HIM Stahl Iis the beauti ful and accowplUUed daughter of the late Frederick Stahl The groom faa popular young business man Joseph Campion formerly a wenI known althea of LouUvllle but for twenty yean a resident of SI Marya of the Kaobo lad U very ill at his home and IU not expected to lite Mr tans ploy iis an aged and rep trd citizen ot the community In which be Ikea Miss Cecilia Hdtlen of ferdttowu anc1II A U Rolxftaoa of SpdugBvld wcr married at St Jowpha church on tutII WtdatSay Morning After a wcddl g I UtakfMt at the home of the brkl Mrc tad Mn kbettaoa leftI for an UIIII trip throeHiH the Hart Moth art popular 01 poplU leek KUy ef Wflt Meta street is- t I +n4lB Mt fatl WMh OK Prht- ofeIk fcMt4 k of N wAtfcMy Hit way klweis ttfcU fct ttW to heat tiMt IM I h iaepelviag oar kt a sae w sea D OEAD MILLF FAILPHF RSH FARHORSE SHOW BUILDING SIX NIGHTS BEGINNING MONDAY OCTOBER 27 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS x00A rTJAOTxoN 100 andShamrocksnightIrelandsADMISsIoNs a n 25 CENTS will send many of his friends a bird or two if notified as he took his gun with him and he is n crackshot Miss Margaret Kilkenny and Tim Reardon will be married at St Louis Bertrand church at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon Rev Father Fowler will officiate After the ceremony a reception will be held at the home of the bride Only a few friends of the young couple have been invited as it is desired to have a quiet wedding One of the prettiest society weddings of the year was that of Miss Mary Agnes Thompson and Rowland Richards which took place at the home of the brides grandmother 1040 Fourth avenue at 9 oclock Wednesday evening The cere mony was performed by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey After a trip to the principal Eastern cities Mr and Mrs Kelly will be at home at 1040 Fourth avenueMiss Nora Irene Carroll and Ben J Johnson were married at St WilliamsI church Thirteenth and Wilson streets at 830 oclock Wednesday morning Rev Father Murphy performed the ceremony The attendants were David Acker man of this city and Miss Lizzie M Carroll of Bank Lick Ky After a short bridal trip Mr and Mrs Johnson will beat home at 143G Twentyfourth street where the groom has furnished a pretty little cottage Mr Johnson is assistant- Secretary of the Brewers Exchange His bride is a pretty and accomplished young lady Miss Mamie B Dufficy of this city and Don D Walker of Jeffersonville were married by Rev Father Fowler e- St t Louis Bertrands rectory at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon The weddin came in the nature of a surprise to th friends of the contracting parties and only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom witnessed the ceremony The bride is a daughter of Thomas Dufficy the well known trunk manufacturer She is an accomplished and popular young woman The groom is a member of th firm of Parks Walker of Jeffersonville Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Walker left for a trip East After November 15 they will be at home to their friends at 117 West Maple street Jeffersonville Miss Rose Ramser and Henry J Hinke bein were married by Rev Father Wester mann at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 4 oclock Wednesday after noon The wedding was one of the pret tiest of the season and the church was filledwith friends of the contracting par ties The maids of honor were Misses Wile and Mayme Thoben The grooms attendants were B J Hinkebein and Anthony P Ramser The ushers were Ben HutU Clem Manaman LoulsAckley and Louis Ramser An elaborate musical programme under the direction of Prof Ernest Zoeller added beauty to the mar riage service Mrs Ed Constantine sang Verdis beautiful 0 Salutarls Joseph Ramser rendered You by Robyn in his usually excellent bass voice Miss Josephine Hoertz sang Verdi s Ave Maria and Robert Burkholder gave an appropriate violin solo Miss Minnie E Hamcl and John V Sturgeon were united in matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption last Wednesday evening Rev Dr George Schuhmann officiating The attendants were Miss Geneva Hamel and Thruston Hamel sister and brother of the bride The bride wore a white tulle gown trimmed in real lace and pearls The skirt was accordeon plated with a shirred yoke of satin ribbon She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums tied with broad white ribbons The maid of honor wore a beautiful gown of pink organdie elaborately trimmed in white lace and carried a bouquet of chrysanthe mums After November 1 Mr and Mrs Sturgeon will be at home at 1110 Christy venue The bride UI a slster ia law of Charles J Cronan the well known druggist and ii one of a quartette of beauti ful sisters The groom baa been con nected with the Volkman Coal Company for a number of years FOLIIER FIREMAN MAD Daunts J Reardon aged twentywen years died at the fancily residence 1800 Fiction ttrctt at 8 oclock WadnwUy morning Mr Reardan was formerly a mtaitxr of the Qti department He Wit unmarried The deceased was very popu tar among a large circle of dead The funeral took place fut St Marys Mag dalane church at 9 oclock yesterday morning SfKUUttTKR Qcorge MuwHila will call upon sub sartbere who are la sneers la th ilea twttckr It1ePs Atweic +ls Ila ThIS near fwlas We WK ttwui to Ve f v Hv4 wbea lit lllaseeh sa ea MifU I o our great YS SPECIAL JJ line of UNIONMADEI IIn give satisfactory wear for one or a new hat free warrantedI LEVY BROS IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording CusicktTreasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan KeaneygstreeteTreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month MackeyVice WelsheFinancial SeccretaryWill E Burns 350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan LynchSecretaryJohu TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern IRISHAMERIOAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn J Flynn First Vice resldentJoseph Nevin Second Vice President D J Minogue Recording Secretary T D Claire Financial SecretaryThomas Walsh TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeansatArms J Heffernan SentinelTim Lyons MMUSICm rPUPILS WWANTED- ORd FUND 1 GUITAR MINDOLIHi 1 I Most thorough instruction nnd reasonable terms Address Music this office MRS MANOANS LUCK Mrs Mangan wife of Professor J J Mangan Jeffertonville has been fled she hat fallen heir to a consider able turn of money through the death of an aunt in Ireland Mrs Mangan receive share aa soon ai the estate Is settled WILLIAM RUEfFS BIRTHDAY William Kueff a popular collector for the John V Otrtel Drawing Company celebrated his fitlrthtnl biitbtlajr on Tuesday Mr Rucff does not look th pait bjr twenty years but accepted th con fatulatloll of his friend their wUUca for many happy returns of bit birthday K Of C NqiES- Succm will be lke title of a totur d Um4 by BUhep SpaWlujf of Peoria NJw the Knight1 of Coluwbu or Mil weuke OH Nuwmhtt ti Yie IfI beoasae uuubers of Iks gui fcUBCttltHKbiMI at a went UltU kby MU at WKt tti Pwwt Q c LEVYS ISPECIAL I 3 I Every shape and every color thats fashion able this season In soft or stiff hats is shown tKv hats year noti that will her awl MARKET THIRD AND III MACAULEYS Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee GRACE CAMERON And Great Company in a Splendid Pres entatiou of the Pleasing Opera A NORMANDY WEDDING HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 21O EVENINGS 81B THE BEST BILL YET THE MOTOGIRLEu- ropes Most Novel Vaudeville Sep sation LITTLE ELSIE JANIS Pocket Edition of Cissy Loftus Cheveril French comedian trick and solo violinist Ramzo and Arno acrobatic comedians Moore and Blank comedy sketch the Schwichards eccentric sin gers and dancers Rio Brothers origin ators of the greatest novelty ring act Rianzo in a novel creat- ionBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY OCT 26 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday Top Notcher of Them All Gra6k6r Ja6ksThe Encyclopedia of Novelty and Origin ality Introducing a Splendid Array of Excellent Talent EXTRA ATTRACTION HARV Y PARICJ3I tsThe Little Demon Wrestler will meet all comers BANQUETS r WEDDINGSRECEPTIONS Furnishel and Served Co- mpleteCEKEY OAT I ERs SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON Bakery and Confectionery Ice Cream all kinds Largest limit ranee Company In tho World Asset 10000- 0000JERRY KING e3P1ecIAL olclrr NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 518 Hut Gray St Lonlavllle Ky This IU the only insurance company that sells policies incontettihle from date of issue PIf M URmr 88018H 1111 MAIIfflRI aM nlllkllc W YIV1M m M4 W WIST cIT 1- aj p m fst3PtTITOY Y IRISH AlIERIOAN SFOR CONQI2EiSS R WFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE COMMON PLEAS DIVISION No 2 FOR CiRCUIT JUDGE COMMON PLEAS DIVISION No 3 48th DistrictDR BRUCE LENTZ i Heres The Start To a finish of competence or wealth Get a little steel safe from the KY TITLE SAVINGS BANK Fifth and Court Place and open a SAVINGS AC COUNT Compound inter est on and PERFECT SE CURITY for your savings Deposits of 25c to 5000 taken Certificates of de posit issued if desired FOR BEST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Gool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out BROVN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1809 twelve hens and pullets 1900 ten hens 868 s- eerentens 1 sad pullets 054 aggs lOQ2 during very cold weather January 7t APril20dMirME IREI MOWN imm RASTER A year old for sale I have one too many and doat want to kill anrCOUIO aUt- Ilet one for 1100 J CQUlt 2123 St Xavier Street f0 YEARS XI KRIKNOK TAMamaDeiNe 0+VRMHTK AO AIaa11d IWjae111e 1114warwWU esp 1 IN H w tLwyt Wys4r tarvr fL r w11u lpt Htt= 31w trwfro tilSdtMal1 4 A apI1 tIq wtJikM se JlI 4M las4 tIat Ikal ss e pally atf- ll t9lb = 4Un VOTEL FOR YOUR t DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES SWAGAR SHERLEY HENRY BARKER THOMAS GORDON JUDGEtUPTON MUIR L BRACHEYSNotice ot Election ON THE issuance 01 Bonds OF THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE NOV 4 1902 By virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned as Mayor and in accordance with the provisions of Section 0 of the ordinance hereinafter set out I hereby give notice to all the qualified voters of the city of Louisville that on Tuesday November 4 1902 the day of the gen eral election the question will be sub mitted to them at their respective pre cincts whether or not they are in favor of the issuance of the bonds of the city of Louisville in the sum of three millions two hundred and fifty thousand 3250 000 dollars payable on the terms and conditions and the proceeds of which are Surposes the following ordinance towit No 237 Series 1902 AN ORDINANCE Concerning the issuance of bonds of the city of Louisville in the sum of three millions two hundred and fifty thou sand3250000 dollars for the con struction of sewers reconstruction of streets and improvement of Beargrass creek for drainage purposes Be it ordained by the General Council of the city of Louisville Section 1 That in order to raise money for the construction of sewers the reconstruction of streets and the im provement of Beargrass Creek for drain age purposes the Mayor be and he is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be Prepared bonds of the city of Louisville of three millions two hundred and fifty thousand 3250000 dollars each of said bonds to be of the denomi nation of one thousand 1000 dollars and to be dated March 11902 and to become due and payable forty 40 years after said date and to bear interest at the rate of three and er semiannuall for cent which annum interest installments coupons shall be attached to said bonds the prin cipal and interest of said bonds to be made payable in gold coin of the United States of America of the present standard weight and fineness and negotiable and payable to bearer at the First National Bank of the city of New York in the State of New York the said bonds to be theIate seal of the city of Louisville and the name of the Comptroller alone shall be lithographed or engraved upon the coupons attached to said bonds which shall be numbered from one 1 to three thousand two hundred and fifty 3250 inclusive and countersigned and registered by the Secretary and Treasurer of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of the city of Louisville Sec 2 The said bonds shall be and shall upon their face show that they are exempt from any and all forms of taxa tion for municiplal purposes by the city of Louisville and they shall be a charge Sinking Fund of the city of Louisville See 3 That in order to provide for the payment of the principal and interest of said bonds as they fall due a tax of nine 9 cents on each one hundred 100 dollars worth of property taxable for municipal purposes in the Louisville be and the same is hereby levied and shall be annually collected rincipalWanddischarged or until a fund sufficient toI do so has been accumulated Said tax when collected shall be paid into the treasury of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of the city of Louisville and the excess of the fund arising from said tax levy after paying the interest onI said bonds as aforesaid shall be set apart by the Commissioners of the Sink ing Fund of the city of Louisville and Aely Invested so as Interest aliI tbe arising therefrom shall be reserved and used1 alone for the iiI bondsit1 purposeBeeI l authorized to be made IG upon the express condition 1 that the proceedl of the tale of two millions five hundred thousand ifMOOOOJ dollar al said bowls shall be used and expended under the lupmlilon of the hoard of Public Work lu and fur the construction of such sewers in the city rf Louisville suit prueliletfromt Uincra Council tt Ibat thepuUCeeds of UiC sets of jv huudrei tboussnd- tt iSQOtWO dollars of uld bowls shall tMI used amd expended amter th super vlaloq of be hoard of Public NVwi Ihi ant or ttU rscondructtua of such tttwu in itta ally el Louisville and fur flQJ other tmrpuMt M Hal M pwvbtal ions T IICuIWU f II as1 ot Iwu laaadt rd a qhy ibuusud t M01OOO dollar Q said nds shall be lIltf1M9af t ftud M the jwjmmWfBi of ftMntftaa vrsek tx Ibe c tX fit faabirItI ht dieIwl- NN I dbrpws w sad M W4tt pen ww 0- n aU as shall be provided from time to time by ordinance of the General Council Sec 5 That at the general election on November 4 1902 there shall be submit ted as required by law to the qualified question shall issue said bonds for the purposes aforesaid as provided for in this ordin ance and none of said bonds shall be pre pared or issued unless at said election twothirds of those voting on the said question shall vote in favor of the issu ance of said bonds as provided for in this ordinance but in the event it shall be requiredbysaid question at said erection voted in favor of the issuance of said bonds for the purposes aforesaid as provided for by this ordinance the fact that they have done so shall be certified to by the Mayor upon the face of said bonds which shall then and only in that event be issued and delivered to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of the city of Louis yule to be by them sold to the highest bidder for cash in such numbers and for such of the three purposes herein above stated as shall be from time to time di rected and designated by ordinance of the General Council and after public ad vertisement for such time anin such manner as said Commissioners shall deem best but no sale of any of said bonds shan be made for less than par and all coupons for interest past due shall be de tached and destroyed before the sale of the bonds to which they are attached The proceeds of all sales of said bonds shall be paid into the City Treasury and placed by the Treasurer to the credit of the respective funds to which the same shall belong as provided by this ordi nance and shall so remain until disbursed for the purposes aforesaid upon vouchers and pay rolls allowed by the General CouncilSec 0 That on each ballot which shall be prepared for use in the city of Louisville at the general election on No vember 4 1002 there shall be printed the substance of the question or proposi qualified this ordinance and the Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to give public no tice of the time place and purpose of the propositionforSundays prior to the day of election in each of the daily morning and afternoon papers published in the city of Louisville in which notice this ordinance shall be embodiedSec This ordinance shall take effect from its passagePAUL C BARTH P B A D W PARKHILL C B A F J HUMMEr P B C CHAS C MARTIN C B C Approved the 13th day of October 1002 CHARLES F GRAINGER Mayor The substance of said question so sub mitted to be voted upon by said qualified voters will be clearly indicated oh each ballot printed for use at said election and two spaces will be left upon the right of the same one for voters favoring the public measure aforesaid to be designated by the word Yes and one for voters opposing said measure to be desig nated by the word No The elector shall designate his vote by a crossmark thus X placed opposite the word Yes or the word Nor as provided by Section 1459 Kentucky Statutes In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name this the 15th day of October 1902CHARLES F GRAINGER Mayor of the City of Louisville- RESPONSIBILITY No duty however herd and perilous should be feared onehalf so much as failure in duty People sometimes shrink from responsibility saying they dare not accept it because it is so great But in shrinking from duty theyare really encountering a far more serious condition than that which they evade It Iis n great deal easier to do that which God gives ui to do no matter how bard I it lIs than to face the responsibility of not doing It We have abundant assure Iance that we shan receive all the strength we need to perform say duty God allots to ut but If we fall out of the line of obedience and refuse to do anything which we ought to do we fiord ourselves at once out of harmony with OOllawl and Gals providence and can not- aeape the conwquencet of our failure tKWtlINSTtIUATIUt Another goal vcudcviUo bill UI mlver Until for llopklaY Temple next we k In tha lflatt of ipccUUU aU UtlU KUl a unlit Ichw who wilt Mho liulttUotu of I IcU Vac JuliA Arthur tMM Mss sail olbtr will known scltsases Auoih r star tKscltau ett thQ weak wilt t tUa J Molehill a wtCb4UII l ggurt that setat lltt a ci4lui of hash antil MooiU AU IIn alt the ipttUUIwt HKuouacwl jnomlw to scups fill furwar huha asau sl the- vrpk WI M4WU 1 Try taAleg A piaaeI vt Mt ak1 Yatlla- orI pl4bt antI lUlU koIKJ a tarsi betel iksa taste h Ikrei4 1Its sell sat cw- tlhtvlM kie e c UNITY COUNCIL Sent Seven yFlve Visitors to Trinity Hah This Week Louisville and Now Albany Y M I Enjoyed a Very Pleasant Evening a Trolley Ride Speeches Refresh I merits and a Boxing Con test the Features AND GOOD FELLOWSHIP PREVAILED Unity Council V M L of New Albany came to Louisville seventy five strong last Tuesday night and visited Trinity Council in its handsome quarters on Gray street where a general good time was had during several hours The New Albany young men were met at the Fourteenth street depot by the following committee from Trinity Council Joseph Piazza Chairman John J Sullivan Ben HundEmmet Slattery and James B Kelly The visitors were escorted aboard the trolley Allegro and one of the handsome new Fourth avenue cars and taken through the principal streets of the city A stop was made at Second and Gray streets where members of Unity Council saluted Satolli Council with their unique cry RaM Rah Rahl Vii Xii Vii Who Who Who Unity Unity 2C2 This cry was given with vigor and was repeated a number of times From there the trolleys proceeded to Shelby and Broadway where the visitors alighted and were escorted to Trinity Hal Ben Hund Chairman of the committee which made the arrangements for the trolley cars was warmly complimented by the members of Unity Council and by bis colleagues in Trinity for the admirable manner in which the trolley train had been conducted On arriving at Trinity Hall the visitors were greeted by a large assemblage of members After the visitors were all seated President Piazza took the chair and Dave OConnell occupied the Vice Presidents chair President Piazza in behalf of his progressive council in a few well chosen and happy remarks welcomed the visitors from Unity He compli mented the council on its splendid ap pearance and predicted that ere long Unity would be the banner council of the Indiana Jurisdiction Vice President Pete Speckert of Unity responded to the ad dress of welcome in behalf of the New Albany boys and thanked Trinity for its exhibition of genuine Kentucky hospi tality Charles Hackett of Unity made a witty but telling address andrelated how the members of Unity followed the great seal of Kentucky He urged that more frequent meetings of this kind be held among the various councils of the Falls Cities Grand Treasurer Pfeffer and Councilman Prank Pougcrousse made witty speeches which brought down the house Cornelius McDarron of Unity said he had no story to tell on the Irishman 10 he told one on the Germans Then he told of the great good that was being done by these friendly visits anlS- laM one like this one would not soon be forgotten Theodore Marts of Unity formerly of Trinity expressed himself u feeling perfectly at home but had kind words to say for his new council An exemplification of work In the second1 degree followed Matt Roth made a brief iMrcaa on the proud privi lege of belonging to the Y M I which tut a stand society throb awl IhiilU Itttt bsrts of itst tnguiUr suit U doing ranch for thsr mental end1 socist ad- vsucsmsut Win QlUUrbiu couipl moated the tltKiea team ou Its ucfeutw- ork fix lreshlenl John J Sullivan spoke fur Trinity Council lp11I1 bo hone that tb M vltiU would b more fre- fluent sea he alto ee PfM Ibe opinion 1Out If meuibm attended won vguUily U vroubl llaud to UtUr umlu sutt wouUl tNah Iheut to store dwuhHly spptevte the ockly 1NH Hid the AUH dtw4ew4 of- Ity T1 aweadl was csl4e4 it dd- 4kat wIlly Pf 4444c s et Ihwl tttwa 0 the old feeling of friendship and unity among the members His remarks were well received Emmet Slattery also made a brief address for Trinity He said that instead of taking off the latch string they had taken off the door and that everything was wide open for the visitorsThe New Albany boys were then in vited down stairs to the gymnasium where a substantial lunch of sandwiches salads etc with plenty of liquid refreshments was served by the following com mittee from Trinity Tom J Garvey A M Kiefer Robert G Goebel John J Sullivan Jr and Thomas P Newman After all had enjoyed these good things for the inner man they were entertained by a tworound boxing exhibition be tween Harry Sullivan of Trinity Coun cil and Herman Boersig of Unity Before the evening was over Judge Upton Muir Judge Thomas Gordon and Swagar Sherley the Democratic nominee for Congress came in and were warmly welcomed by Trinity members The members of Unity Council were invited to come to the social at Trinity club house next Wednesday night Many of the members signified their intention of coming over Unity Council also at tended Father Kellys bazar in New Albany last night At 1130 oclock the visitors boarded cars and were taken back to the Fourteenth street depot with bothvisitors and hosts happy over the result of the visit I RECENT DEATHS The sympathy of the entire city went out to Col Sebastian Gunther and his family when it was learned that his daughter Miss Katie Gunther died early Wednesday morning Miss Gunther was twentythree years old and was a lovable charming girl She was popular among a large circle of friends The funeral took place from St Peters German Evangelical church at 2 oclock yester day afternoon The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery Morand Berbet an old and respected citizen of this city died at the residence of his soninlaw Tafel Pryzkucki 1621 Clay street last Saturday and was bur ied from St Martins church at 8 oclock Sunday morning The interment was in Jeffersouvillc The deceased leaves five children They are Joseph Anton B and Frank J Berbet Mrs George Hul buder and Mrs Tafel Pryzkucki Many friends of the deceased followed the re mains to their last resting place Charles S Scanlan the United States storekeeperganger who was injured by being knocked from a Louisville Nash yule train near Athertonville three weeks ago died at the family residence 3227 High avenue early Saturday morning His funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady at 2 oclock Sunday The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery Mr Scanlan was only twentyseven years old A large circle of friends join in sympathy with the bereaved family John Edward Joyce aged thirtyeight years died at the family residence 1131 Sixth street Monday evening Mr Joyce had been ill for some time and his death was not altogether unexpected His funeral took place from St Louis Ber trand church at 0 oclock Wednesday morning Mr Joyce was a nephew of the late Father Mackin and was emI ployed as a clerk by the ToddDonigan Iron Company lie leaves three brothers Thomas Will and Samuel Joyce Mr Joyce was of a gentle quiet disposition and had a host of friends who join with his family In mourning his low Maybe rest In peace RESPECT ANOTHERS SILENCE It U neither kind not just to probe for the secret that U being withheld front us Why should any life be laid bare to Knit Ify the curiosity of its friend even There arc few perwua who under the unnece nary close questioning of n friend hays not been at some time drivers to in untruth rather than U compelled to go tutu a lengthy txpUtution of eoutethluK per sepal thatt because of tno natural iUuH sues In theirI temperament might net U uudmUxxl in the amt Aud louilthrq loul are aontttliut luaus to luftir for their forced deception imply beauty was not rasa wclcti U wo would aottcause our t4QHit to oRend questloqhlaTV TI IdsdIfsd f t1aa I c1ft lrit Nu tf II- ttbust lidttwpww t the Uhl1 ll- a J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Meet me at the fair Ride with us in the jaunting car Patrick Counaughtou and John Glenn were this week elected members of Division 2 State President Keenan will be the IIjarveyli for the first jaunting car party Monday night Because of the fair the officers of Division 1 decided to bold no meeting next Tuesday night Hibernians all over the city regret the illness of Thomas Camfield who they had hoped to meet at the fair New Albany and Jeffersonville Hiber nians and their friends will be specially looked after during the fair The success of the fair now depends upon the members Let it not be said that any one failed in his duty Members should not forget that a gen eral meeting will be held at Hibernian Hall at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon All members should meet at the ball Monday night at 7 oclock to receive the Governor and speakers and escort them to the fair The Hibernians of this city have always been pronounced for organized labor and for this they deserve great considerationThe number applications received during the past month is indica tive of the great confidence reposed in the new State and county officers Hibernians should watch Division 3 Its members are determined that County President Sullivans efforts to increase the membership 50 per cent shall prove successfulThe Auxiliary A O H Mil waukee held a public installation of officers last Monday A delightful liter ary programme followed and was in turn followed by a dance Division 7 A O H of Milwaukee in itiated a large class at its regular meeting last night The State and county officers were present and a pleasant social session followed the initiation There is a growing sentiment that cler gymen should be admitted without the payment of dues We have been informed that this is the course pursued throughout the Eastern States where the order is so strong Perhaps the careful considera tion of this suggestion might result bene ficially for our Louisville divisions Among the curios contributed by local IrishAmericans to the fair is a petrified mushroom belonging to Michael Keaney of Rogers street Mr Keaney got it from his father many years ago It came from Loch Neagh Ireland and is known to be several hundred years old Others who have curios will please send them at once to the Horse Show build ing addressed to the curio department BUCKINGHAM The Cracker Jacks heralded as an encyclopedia of novelty and originality introducing a splendid array of excellent talent will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week begin ning with the matinee tomorrow Florizel the celebrated European won der will head the specialties The cos tumes are new and elaborate and the scenic effects arc great An extra attraction will be Harvey Parker the little wrestler who will meet all comers and who offers 25 to any man he fails to throw in fifteen minutes no weight barred AYBNUH THBATBR IOeorlec Sidney the Hebrew impersonator until recently with Ward and Yokes will appear at the Avenue Theater next week In his farcecomedy Busy luy 8l4uy U MM to be better than ever this year and his comely has made the hit of the season An Englishman and an IiUhman both vvuirnercUl travelers were bragging about the firm thty represented You may judge of tlc eilent of our builneu said the itugllthuian trout the tart that w spend IlM ft year In Ink for our car IIOUIIUII That nothing n said the Uwaut 1 my Him 4v a twice that notdo4Ntgi Pw4 a Wsapoeata 0 wtdusti knywwt call wivtit t IY aalre- lww IK Its 4lww dfwettF- i J 0 RUGANS EXCHANGf T S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars BPEorAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Tel 5132 JOHN SULLIVAN SEL- 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printing Business cards invitations bill and letterheads statements envelopes dodgers etc neatly and promptly executed at reasonable prices Call at 326 West Green street and set us before ordering I HENRY C LAUER TiCLl 1 IONIC 1iaO Fine Wines and Liquors 407 E JEFFERSON ST ranch Houit 905 Waet Markt Quick 214 Livery Boarding Stable 421 and 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET oaax at PRANK 1 VVALTERS ClayStreet Brewery sit and air CLAY STREET t1tlJl1I rLOUI3YIILB KY oo LOUISVILLES GREATEST STORE I WHAT YOUR NEIGHBORS PAY YOU PAY SUITS SUITSo The greatest line of Suits ever show- n3int11iscitYforthe price We are show Serge Suit made in style in navy blue l I9811Io that is tvorth2oao ionly I Allwool Zibeline Cloth in solid t dark green 38 inchesi wideJ per yard Io Homespun Suiting heavy weight in light gray medium gray and castor 50 inches wide make ut handsomely arid will be found one of the seasons best bargains per yard 12c 25c 45c 85c 1498 50e 59c For Heavy Camelshair ColIIII ored Sox full seamless nos double heel and toe II For Extraheavy Seamless II Cashmere Sox double heel and o toe in Hack and navy blue II r Per garment for Heavy Fleece II JJv lined Underwear in fancy stripes regular price 45C II o 11 wear usual 100 quality 1 For extra heavy Knit NavY1 Blue Wool Overshirts Conde make usualprice IOO I and FAVOR THE FAIR Big Meeting of Division 4 A O H on Wednesday Night President John H Hennessy I the chair at a well attended meeting of Division 4 A O H last Wednesday night The members gave a rousing welcome to James Curran and Bob Mitchell two members who had not attended a meeting for some time past Nicholas Carey and James Reilley were elected to membership Secretary Joe McGinns financial statement showed a satisfactory increase in the funds of the division Pat Mulloy and Eugene Suli van were reported as still on the sick list Short talks on the Irish fair were made by County President Sullivan State Secretary Meehan State Treasurer Butler and President Dolan Every member of Division 4 expressed himself as heartily in favor of the fair After the routine business had been disposed of the following candidates were initiated Nick Smith John Welch W G ORourke James Riley Nick Carey and Harry Kerr A general good time followed the initiation CHARLES J CRONANS VENTURE Charles J Cronan the well known druggist at Twelfth and Zane streets has embarked in the real estate business and has opened an office at 223 Fourth avenue Mr Cronan does not at all re tire from the drug business but Is amply to conduct both ventures Mr Cronan was a member of the lower board of the General Council a few years ago and it well known all over the city In his new venture be Is to collect rents to buy and tell property and to loan money on mortgages and to conduct a general real estate business Mr Cro Ran ifa a reliable and energetic young business man and deserves well of the public PAT MART INJURED Pt lust a driver for the InibvUlo radum eutpaa1 WM Mriowly Injured II U sw u MtuHte I Wcdae day cvtalnft Hart MM driving along Story avtaw wlwn at thi IsWrsectiop of C Wl street CM U erf the MfrfkH ttittt Never 1a1114aei wltlt We WIIIM tbeewhag- Bart art a4 bwkhm DM wag Mwt sew wrtlP std w1r the eMle of- lb I hi PN l1te Qaagsr 7 tlirM 4- un H Here is a grand value in a Norfolk Coat full silklined and andIIfully tailored with satin strips aJ vahtcand is worth 25 we sell for only Our great Venetian Cloth and Tweed Blouse Suits the CheviotIIvalues ever in Suits and say so when you see them too worth 3300 at only 2498 and i COLORED DRESS GOODS I andcolors brown Mixed Colored Zihelines in red mix I tures blue mixtures and brown mixtures So inches wide per vd Just received a new line of Twotoned 1 7 0 Mens Weather Furnishings 75cPer ExtraIIhe r11jQ50CI 1green at98c90cgan made of best 0maco yarn 100 100hair color and gray 111546 to 54 1100with yoke 8 I 150 colors he was by Dr W W No bones were but the was torn end he was about the tern pies and arms After his were he was to his home at 1078 street Mr Hart is well in the East End and his is for Irish lace is as as it was in the if not more so the has made the finer of the real scarce But it is the to have in wool and silks have made their once but they are nevera in of the fact that they are sure to come with There are with a finish end and very but it Is of some sort you on every side ihe of street gowns J The in laces and dress are ful and all this season and to these are all kinds of of every size and de are as much in as ever but as far as heard from seem to be on the wane and silk are their Yet they are still in on some of the new and so that may hold oti for some time to come For your coat and skirt it It to have a waist of the umc color or a made of or silk with cloth style The idea Is to have the much than the of the grown As for skirts they are a time only can answer since they show massy with at the top The U more the hips but women will not this a so the drew bare very their by the and the in mew with line of tuck be the 1 D owns a rails tat the lie s to sad as eaaM flair k1 Ines cut o a s r bMit u 7 1998 229 65c Cold garment for Springneedle heavy German Balbrig 121 Underwear quality combed regular price for in camels natural in for men inches or large 290 in 0in 0large of colors and IJ BACON SONSB- et FourtlIIThird Fourth STREETBet and occupied prepared aceidcftUatt Blouse given attended Smith broken scalp bruised injuries dressed moved Garden known speedy recovery wished HINTS ON STYLE quite popular spring possibly because demand qualities stylish thing Plaids ninterials again pleasing revival spite around periodical regularity zibelines plain glossy pressed zibelines striped dotted effectively zibelin which confronts int department novelties ctnbroderie trimmings generally beauti varied beyond precedent added ornaments fringes and dangling drops scriptionTucks quite evidence stitched bands braids rather filling place sight models useful they costume advisable possibly lighter shade chiffon chiffon trimmed being particularly good bodice thinner material question which models plait tendency tovtsrd fullness around accept fashion without protest deeixnero clmrly dUgulscil purpoM stitching down plaits grouping tucks wets vcitical tlouaigroups JofcH Rockefeller of- wwA tcrrJ Adlroadaek tttest- slaa wtl ttiWht 11aaI Yak yaad Per 0ribbed Per garment Roots Celebrated 0Wool Underwear For same Underwear extra sizes very large sizes For doublebreasted single Navy Blue Flannel Overshirts For Mens Wool Cardigan as Jackets black and brown For Mens fullsize heavy Blanket Bath Robes assortment designs i MARKET Third prepared aPPearance passementerie DEGREE TEAM Of Division 3 Gives Another Exemplification of the Ritual Division 3 A O H held its regula meeting at Hibernian Hall last Monday night President Lawrence Mackey occupied the chair There was a large attendance and the meeting was full oC interest from beginning to end The Irish fair was discussed in all its phase by the members The discussion was led by State President Keenan Count President Sullivan and Division Presiden Mackey Every Hibernian was urged to do his part toward making the affair ia success The Visiting Committee reported that all members of the divislot were well Five new applications were received It is expected that double the number will be received at the next meet ing Patrick Savage and Stephen Refill were initiated The work of the degree team was quite an improvement over thi previous work of the sameteam although this was only their second exemplification of the ritual Miss Maggie King was chosen as the Queen to represent Division 3 at the Irish fair Division 3 is full of bard working members and every meet- Ing is full of interest SISTER Al CLARISSA DEAD Sister Mary Clarissa of the order of Loretto died at St Joseph Academy El Paso Tex on Wednesday of hut week Sister Mary Clarissa was a native of Lexington yand was known tc the world as Miss Margaret Sbanahan She was educated at the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy in Louisville and at the age of eighteen entered the noviate at Lorctto Ky Two years later she made her profcuioa and since then taught In various puts of the country Two yean ago she went to III Paso Within a year consumption developed and then the end came rapidly She was only twenty tit year old MACAULUYS Lovers of light opera will be given an other treat at Macaulyy TntUi duriug Ubq Ant half of ntxt weak The lance feaicrott Ofra Company wlik fleece- Cameron as pleats dean qmtract such tan aa Hairy prows 8Ut twa L Pda Jr WiUUM Herbertt Way Ciwn dwie+ 1Jelate i syawals Usii RIrg Wateae- riir hwi a trs atia hta a awMs 11 1 cER htItlaJ era rfthiuthiCTry our 4th Pool COAl you wnnt your fires to hold over Scroonod 25 bus32GSc- roonod Lump 100 bus 1300 Anthracite tonI200Cru- ehod Coke 50 has880Lu- mp Coke GO bus 500 Fd6itI6 Goal Go leaiaeaaUIIIGBjJ LOUISVILLE MACHINE WHITEWASHING CO CONTRACTORS IOR ALL KINDS 01 Painting 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