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F i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN N VOLUME IXNO 22Vi LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS COERCION Has Failed Utterly anti the Irish Are in Open Revolt- UnprCjullced Letter to Chicago Dally Tells the Whole Story Right of Trial by Jury Has Been Withdrawn Even in Largo Towns SETTLEMENT OF TIlE LAND QUESTION The power of the press is at last com ing to the aid of Ireland The Chicago Daily Tribune is now publishing a series of letters from its personal correspondent Guy Cramer that is doing more to inform the people of the United States of Amer ica of the true condition of affairs in Ire land than all the Irish and IrishAmeri can papers that have been published in the last fifty years Guy Cramer handles his subject not as a journalist but as a newspaper man He has po theories He deals in facts and he announces boldly that Englands rule of coercion in Ireland is a gigantic failure Hear him Twothirds of Ireland is under procla mation In twenty out of the thirtytwo counties the right of trial by jury is suspended discussion of public claimant issues is carried ou at the risk of impris onmeiit at hard labor and the country is held down by armed men Several petty officers of this army it may be re marked are under unanswered charges of having manufactured evidence to send Nationalists to jail Againhe tells us that the city of Dublin has been proclaimed What does that mean It means that in a city of 390000 inhabitants nearly twice as large as Louisville the right of trial by jury has been withdrawn But Cramer says Consultation of the police records show however that crime is certainly far from being as prolific in Dublin as it is in London in which besotted city vice r kAMMtoi MMly on tleet streeta There 1t i MMeawlrota the waA t form of the various military bran es Even the Chief Secretary for Ireland the Right Hon George Wyndham confessed to me that crime is merely an excuse for the proclaiming of Dublin The real object is an effort to get the men who have been active in agitating Irelands cause in the grip of a law dictated by the Government of which Premier Balfour is now the head This correspondent also tells us that Englands power in Ireland is upheld by a force of 40000 armed men And yet Ireland is not as large as Kentucky These 40000 police carry side arms at all times and are drilled with rifles In Dub lin there are 1172 of these so called policemen The Mayor of Dublin has no voice in appointing or removing these police These men are under the control of two commissioners appointed by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland The city of Cork is under the same rules and in neither of these cities is there anything for the police to do There are no murders cases of larceny arson nor assault but if anyone dares to lift his voice against the unjust system of government he goes to jail The power to suspend jury trial is used unsparingly by English authorities Secretary Wyndham having been admitted to the Cabinet is now the chief power over Irish affairs The Lord Lieutenant has become practically the servant of his department For this reason Secretary Wyndham is charged with all the more responsibility for pre serving law and order in the Irish land Courteous high minded and sympathetic with Irish affairs he has gone off his feet in the use of the power conferred by the crimes act He has become almost as despotic as the Czar By one scratch of the pen he Can abrogate the right of jury trial in all Ireland And the aim is to crush out nationalism and its representa tive fighting body today the United Irish League Excuse is made that the Nationalists are resorting to the boycott to bring to terms those residents and tradesmen who oppose them This can not be denied It istbe one power which Irishmen have found they can use effectively Many speakers have urged it application in their speeches Cramer tells us The cost of police maintenance in the island which is only as large as onehalf the State of Illinois is 6500000 a year is something for outsiders to think over Scotland with an excess in population needs but 1000000 a year for police Then from the 44000000 people now in Ireland an annual imperial tax of 55000000 is exacted This is exclusive of the 6000 000 levied annually for poor relief and approximately 0000000 additional for the maintenance of roads and bridges When it is understood that this enor moue tax is levied on a country which is purely an agricultural country the problem to think over becomes all the more startling It k for these reasons says Cramer that Irishmen are contending that the only chance of future peace and content can tew fia the universal application of the hasprinciplebroughtt co itwMrc applied k shown r Ei 7 in CountyWexford where one half the occupiers are freeholders This case proves too that the Irishman when given the responsibility of working his own land and receiving the benefits df- all his labor is a conservative For in this county of all Ireland lleaders have been unable to form active branches ot the United Irish League The people are contented to leave well enough aloneThere is another question which mus be settled and that is the problem of the higher education of the people This problem is a difficult one because it in volves some religious strife Ireland is for all practical puposes n Roman Catho lic country Yet this creed has many grievances as to educational dictation When England took over the government of the country by the enforced union of 1801 it would seem that such a step would have been taken with the assumption of some regard for Irish ideas That the Irish Parliament abolished by the union act which was driven through to success by bribery and corruption had regard for these ideas was shown by the establishment and endowment of that body of the Roman Catholic College of Maynooth And yet the lush Parlia ment which performed that act was a purely Protestant body But the cause of this trouble is found too in the history of Irelands relation to England from the days when school masters were prohibited by royal decree from teaching In the Green Isle Since then matters have been mended by a number of Protestant collegesendowed- by the Crown throwing open their doors to all creeds But much remains to be done if the people are to be enlightened and religious conflict swept away A plan is now being fought for by T W Russell M P himself a Protestant and a Unionist and one of the most un selfish and intellectual of Irish leaders today He proposes a plan by which the Government shall give either absolute educational equality to the Roman Catho lics by establishing in Dublin a great university which shall be as Catholic as the University of Dublin is Protestant or establish a college in the same way and on the lines of Trinity College it being affiliated with the University of Dublin or establish such a college and make it part of the Royal University Dublin Castle rule must go if Ireland is to settle down to peace and prosperity Its power is being constantly shorn though the military authority is as strong as ever But with landlordism but of the way the serious obstacle will g eMMidn vVV 5 riMWiiS w- LstW sak gng ands un1enta1y o g m tgood for the Irish farmer in a practical way This chief work is through the Irish Agricultural Organization Society By the efforts of this society and a governmental department of agriculture and technical instruction Irish farmers are now working on cooperation bases They have cooperative creameries and realize higher prices for dairy produce they have cooperative credit associations which are the greatest tribute to Irish honesty by the fact that the balance sheets show that bad debts are practi cally unknown They have been taught by practical instruction in schools and on their own land modern farming and dairying methods The breeds of cattle horses pigs and sheep have been im proved In every way more economic methods have been brought about and primitive farming with its grinding waste is being gradually reduced But with these efforts there can be no marked change for the good no ending of the present disorders which are questtlonFOURTH DEGREE Conferred at Cincinnati on Louisville Knights of Columbus A number of Knights of Columbus of Louisville Council went to Cincinnati Thursday to receive the fourth degree which was administered by Dr Thomas Hart of Cincinnati District Deputy for Ohio In addition to the Louisville delegation there were many visitors from other Western States The Louisville delegation was headed by District Deputy for Kentucky Spalding Cole man and Grand Knight Charles OCon nor Others from Louisville were Fred A Bauer Matt Winn Rev Charles P Raffo Sigmund Raffo Rev O P Acker man M J Duffy Robert Watson John Coleman J B Ollgschlager W D Rod man Dr W B Doherty A E Lovely J J Caffrey P M OReilly and J M Ryan MADE FRIENDS HERB Mr Eli Hennesey a prominent young merchant of Youngstown Ohio is here visiting his sister Sister Herman Joseph at St Josephs Infirmary From this city he will go to Davenport Iowa and the West on a months business trip While here he was quite extensively en tertained by young people of the West End among whom he made a host of friends GOOD TEAM Division 4 AO H will hereafter have its own degree team At the last meeting President Henueasy announced the following appointments the team Patricias John Barry Bard Joe Haara han Oracle Dave Reilly Grand Guide Joe Woodsi Scribe Arthur OBrien Captain of the Guard of Honor James Kenea ley Join Reilly was appointed to select the members of the choir rJ t 3Si u I r- a 6 C ENGLAND Is Sick of the Eternal Contest Made by the Irish People Stirring Address Delivered by Davitt to Chicago Irish Americans Bishop Muldoon Sounds the Battle Cry Against System- of Landlordism VERY LARGE SUM WAS SUBSCRIBED A monster meeting of IrishAmericans was held in Chicago last Sunday night in celebration of the anniversary of the Manchester martyrs Allen Larkin and OBrien Michael Davitt who came from Ireland in aid of the United Irish Lague was the principal speaker Mr Davitt told of the war now being waged between landlord and tenant and gave a graphic description of the conditions prevailing in Ireland Quite a handsome sum was subscribed at the close of the meeting to aid the tenant farmers in their fight against the unjust system landlordism John Dillon another of the Irish en voys was taken ill after arriving in Chi cago and was unable to attend the meet ing He was taken with a chill which was followed by a high fever his tem perature running to 104 Pneumonia was feared but the prompt action of his physician forestalled this dread disease Mr Dillon however was compelled to remain in his bed several days The meeting was held in the Audi torium Bishop P J Muldoon presided over the meeting which was held under the auspices of the United Irish Societies of Chicago ExCongressman John F Finerty called the meeting to order On assuming the chair Bishop Muldoon said The land for the Irish people should be our cry We should never be satisfied until the Irish people can call it their own The conscience of the world is awakening and it may some day cause the 8UoM to fence England todo jas tiee IfolielaadyYr t xleet betr jip red r- a re reed ttTbafitinguished speaker reviewed the events which led up to the martyrdom of Allen Larkin and OBrien and then traced the present Irish Nationalist movement In part he spoke as follows The land act of 1881 which was forced from the British by the power of the Land League maimed the landlord system and doomed it to ultimate extinc tion The power of fixing rents on farms was taken from the landlords and given to a land commission This was a mortal blow to feudalism and the system has staggered under it ever since This commission has reduced rents on land to the extent of some 10000000 a year and the money thus saved to the ten antry of Ireland explains the material improvement in the condition of Ireland which is to be seen today by visitors to the old country Land purchase acts followed the rent act of 1881 and under their operations during the past fifteen years oyer 60000 tenant farmers are now secured in their holdings from the fears of eviction rack rents and oppression Our present demand is that the whole of the landlords shall be bought out in this way and the soil of the coun try be freed for industry from unjust conditions of tenure and of rent This reform is now within sight The land lords are tired of the struggle We are not because we are winning England is sick of this eternal neverending con test over the possession of the land of Ireland and she is likely within the next year to see ber Parliament pass a measure which will end the agrarian war in Ireland and restore the soil of our fatherland to the remnant of the Celtic race who have fought and almost won this great victory in what will be known in history as the greatest bloodless revolution of modern times This is the movement for which we plead here iWe say to you that those who own the land of a country will own its government too either directly or indirectly and the complement the sequence the inevitable result of the fair settlement of the Irish land question upon fair terms will be the concession of home rule or of national selfgovernment to the people who have won in the fight for the land- Already our movement has won the rural government of our Irish counties from the landlord classes and placed it in the hands of the people Nationalist county and district councils elected by the people manage the local and muni cipal affairs of Ireland now where these were controlled by our political oppo nents five years ago This change has been called a halfway house to home ruleI fully believe we will go the other half of the distance in my lifetime and that in some year in the very near future visitors from Chicago to the oldland will find it legislating for the domestic seeds for the benefit Irishindustries and the general comfort and welfare of our people inside a legislative building in Dublin which once resounded with the eloquenceJ ofa Usury lIiDdln which vfert catered the hopes end u S z n aspirat1ciIofitselfgove ed prospero and contented Irish nation Col J V F Blake wlo commanded an Irish regiment in the Boer army during the recent war against British oppression also made a briefaddress He was received with enthusiasm by the audience At the close of the meeting 6GOO was subscribed bYthose present toaid in the movement 1 GOLDEN JUBILEE Of Very Reverend Father Bar WHIBe Approjp rlatelyT CelebratedJl 4 lV The society recently formed by the men orStJobnst congregation for the purpose of carrying out their part in the approaching celebration of the golden or fiftieth anniversary ofc their beloved pastor the Very Rev father Bax is working steadily and earnestly to raise the funds necessary to properly renovate and adorn the church The executive committee of which E J Mann is Presi dent and Al F MartinSecretary met last Sunday with a full Attendance In addition to the member of the committee J J McCloskeyjjwd Ben Hund two gentlemen who nreY members of the congregation but whoare admirers of Father Bax were pr t and offered many suggestions thajylwere received with favorfjm The golden sacerdotal Jibileet of Father Bax will be his seventy fifth birthdaycelebratCIext although the real of his ordina tion will s earlier It is the the two occurseverallkevents at time The Com mittee will call a meetiiM of the men of the congregation and Father Buts friends outside the egation in the near future It is USI Intention of the men to have the cT entirely reno vated and frescoed a marble altar railing will replace iS resent one of wood electric lights viW be installedin- lIeu of gas and var other improvement will be made Ii estimated that the total cost of this we wilL be2700 In addition to thistH pen of thin con gregation plan to givenquet in honor of Father Bax in Stjf Vs school hall Many prominent cl eNoutside the city wilt be present at jubilee celebration CHQRALSiaiETY 1h t fV r Oa e A- stainment iznter I For Worthy Causo A large crowd attended the performance of that tuneful operetta Trial By Jury performed by the Choral Society in St Louis Bertrands Hall last night It was the first opportunity of the majority of those present to inspect the new hall which compares favorably with any in the city The members of the society bad been carefully trained during the past six weeks by Mrs Katie New man and Phil Stark The stage man agement was under the direction of Will McNally The instrumental music was furnished by Professor Ed Morbachs orchestraAfter Choral Society Lad given an admirable rendition of Verdis Anvil Chorus Judge Matt ODoherty delivered an appropriate address Then followed Goodnight Beloved by the following quartet Misses Scally and Thome and Messrs Dohrman and Gruesser Mr Charles Letzler performed a violin solo and Charles W Carroll gave an exhibi tion of ventriloquism Then followed the treat of the evening Trial By Jury with the following cast Philip Co-dyPlaigntiffMiss Blanche Gordon Defendant Chester Searcy Foreman of JurYJames ONeill Usher W J Imorde Counsel for plaintiff k Henry Bigley BridesmaidsMisses Mary Scott Car rie Swift Nellie Finegan Evereldis Specht Mary Lineman EHzer Hannon Maggie ONeill Ada Scbultz Ladies ChorusMisses Agnes Mc DonougbGertie WidcmelerIda Sheehan Mary Sheehan Alice Walsh Mrs Joseph De Coursey Catherine Davern Catherine Ansbro Mary OConnor Bertie Finegan Adelia Cody Julia Hessen Jurymen and spectators Ed J Mc Donough J J Crotty John ONeill Jas Gasper E L Pope Joseph Gesfer Leo Ramser Carroll Bigley Chas Fedler Alex Flanagan Ray Flanagan Frank Ryan James Scally Joseph Elgley All took their parts well and the music was exceedingly well rendered for ama teurs Many of the numbers were en cored and all who attended were well pleased with the evenings entertainment BISHOP SPALDING May Probably Be Made Archbishop of Chicago Next Month The news comes from Rome that Bishop John Lancaster Spalding of Peoria iis still the leading candidate for the vacancy caused hy the death of Arch bishop Phanr of Chicago As yet the Propaganda has taken so action in the matter apd Unannounced wilt take no action until Qpcetaber 15 It iis not considered prpbabje tbat the appointment Bishop SpfMl g op the coal strike com jalseioa jvjil InfoeBcei the Propagaada one way it another lit arriving at a con clueioath STIRRING Was the Address of William OBrien to the People of Cork Parliament That Is Going DI- rect Toward a Relief Land Bill Greater Advance Made in the Last Three Months Than Was Hoped THOROUGH SETTLEMENT OR NONE The Hon William OBrien M P the father of the United Irish League recently addressed the delegates from the various branches of the league in Cork in no uncertain tones The Rev Father Barrett presided over the meeting which was held in the municipal building in the city of Cork and a score of Catholic priests were among the delegates Mr OBrien spoke in part as follows Reverend Chairman Reverend Fa thers and Fellow citizens I congratulate you upon at last completing the constitu tion of the United Irish League in this great constituency It certainly was not done too soon but neither is it done too late There is work to be done within the next few months which will demand all the energy and devotion and courage of the new executive But L deed it will bit easy enough to display pluck and enthusiasm in the circumstances which now surround our cause because undoubtedly we are going straight either for a mighty land bill or for a general election that will destroy the Government which fails to produce and carry such a bill next session The history of how this remarkable change has been brought about is very instructive When I came down to Cork last spring after my return from Australia you may remember I said that if I had my way I would fling Wyndhams bogus land bill back in Ills teeth without a moments hesitation That was supposed to be a shockingly extreme statement at the time and those wise men who are always mistaking their own moral cow- ardiceforwisdom threw up their hands and told me Oh would it not be better for you to take the bill such as it is and not come back to the country empty handed It is just that fear of coming back to the country emptyhanded that is responsible for all the bad bills of the last twelve years including Gerald Balfours land bill I pay more attention to the clean hands than to empty hands in the case of the representatives of Ireland Fullhanded or emptyhanded they need never fear to come back and face their countrymen as long as they have done their honest best like men for Ireland Well is there a man in the country now who has a good word to say for Wyndhams bill or who does not know that ifwe had accepted it we would be bidding good bye for the next ten years and very likely for our lifetime to any real settle ment of the land question That would have been the result if the Irish party bad allowed themselves to be brow beaten by the takeitorleaveit gentle men We did not allow ourselves to be browbeaten We assisted the other night as Capt Donelan said without a tear at the funeral of that stillborn measure and what is the result That Mr Wyndham tells us now that the principal bill of the next session will be not the defunct measure but a bill that will give us the final solution of the Irish questionWe take that statement with a grain of salt We wont buy Wynd hams pigin tbe bag until we see what the animal is like bnt still that is aI remarkable statement and now I want to ask you when and how he was induced to change his mind You may remem ber when Mr Redmond and myself came down to the Cork convention a few months agoCol Johnsons Waterloo to call upon the country to wake up and to make Wyndhaiq and the landlords feel the heavy hw of the league At that time Wyndham really believed theie was not a kick in the country He had such a contempt for the power of the league that he actually boasted in a public letter that he would produce the very same bill next session without an atom of alteration and of course we had the wise men calling out as usual what fools we were not to take the bill this year es we would have to take the same bill next year whether we liked or no That was only a few months ago Well the country did rouse itself at the call of Mr Redmond and of the directory of the leagueMr Wyndham and the landlords knew what WM in store for them this winter They were made to feel that coercion would not save them that the remov ablehard laborers with all their beastly performances would only aggravate their tribulations What is the result of these few months activity and fight in the country since the Cork convention The result Is that the Government has advanced farther within the last three months than in the ten previous years towards the real and sweeping solution of the land problem I make that assertion with confidence aotwltluUftdlBC Wyndhajaa etatereat J f at Dover the other day that the bill of next session will be on the same lines as the bill that has just died a natural death On the same lines is a phrase that may mean anything or nothing A big battleship may be built on the same lines as a toyVacht If Mr Wynd ham means that the bill will be substan tially the same billthe same wretched tinkering halfhearted contrivance for repealing Gladstones laud act of 1881 and for saving the big landlords by bribing the little ones if be means that he is a greater fool than I take him to be if he does not know by this time that such a bill as that will be fought clause for clause and line by line and if it be forced through the House of Commons by the gag as a coercion act will be resisted in the country and will be baffled and beaten and the last state of Wynd ham and the landlords will be worse than the first This time let there be no mistake about it We will have either a thorough settlement or we will have none GOOD MEN Are Nominated For Office by Members of Mackin Council The meeting of Mackin Council V M I was well attended Tuesday night President Frank Murphy occupied the chair The application of Henry A Thale was reported favorably and he was elected a member The physicians of the Sick Committee reported that Pat Flynn Herman Knipper Casper Manger Pat Rider Steve Gathof and Willion Bannon were all improving Owing to the fact that the present officers served so faith fully and well during the past year it was determiusd not to disturb any of those who cared to remain in office Notably was this the case of President Frank Murphy The council has made rapid strides in membership during the past year and has cleared off a very considerable por tion of the debt on its club bouse The nominations for officers to be elected Tuesday night resulted as follows Chaplain Rev Father Leo President Frank Murphy First Vice President Fred Herp and Louis Borntraeger Second Vice President Hugh J Higgins Recording Secretary George Simonis Financial Secretary Joseph Steltenpobl and Dan Weber Corresponding Secretary Frank Adams Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl and Edmund Coleman Mar shal William Sbaughnessy Inside Sen tinel Robert Osborne Outside Sentinel Steve Harney Executive Committee Andy Baurle August Weber Charles Raldy Frank Schmidt Ben Sands Frank Burke V B Smith and Ed Andriott Physicians Drs Bizot and CasperThe following committee was apt pointed to draft resolutions on the death of Louis Mivelaz V B Smith James T Shelley and Charles Raidy After adjournment the Council went in a body to pay their last respects to the remains of Louis Mivelaz On Wednesday night Mackin Council gave the last of its series of fall euchres It was as usual well attended The prize winners were Mrs C L Peters Miss Martin and Messrs Louis Gleisner and Irvington Earl I o SURPRISE SUPPER Tendered Martin McNally by Friends In Honor of His Birthday Martin McNally a well known resident of the West End was given a sur prise party by a number of bis friends last Monday night in celebration of his fortyfifth birthday Several of his admirers conducted him to Shroerluckes Hall Sixth and Market streets where be found his children and a few of his friends A magnificent spread had been arranged Martin was given the seat of honor by Charles Weurscb who presided as toastmaster James Quinn extended congratulations on behalf of the friends assembled and wished the invited guest many happy returns of the day As a souvenir of the occasion he was also presented with a handsome rain coat Con gratulatory speeches were also made by Pat Donnelly Wes Schoerlucke Otto Redle and others The celebration was not only a surprise to Mr McNally but to his three children who were brought to the feast by tbejr uncle Tom McNally The two youngest children are residing with their grandfather who is an extensive orange grower at La Belle Fla Among those present were Pat Donnelly James Quinn Rudy Kell lar Ed Kunzelman George Gehrig Tom McNally Otto Redle and Charles Weursche S A ABOUT GOOD COFFEE Dr MK Allen the vigilant and efficient Health Officer of this city inci dental to his warfare against vendors of impure food is conducting a campaign against those who sell adulterated coffee Right here it might be welt to suggest that John M Mulloy who conducts tea and coffee store at 01G West Market street is not one of those Dr Allen is after In fact Mr Mulloy is the only coffee man in the city who invites the public to inspect his premises and to watch the processes by which coffee is roasted ground etc No other coffee establishment In Louisville will permit Inspection by the public John M Mulloy deserves the patraaage of the public u QUIETLY I Will the Sisters Celebrate Jubi lee of St Josephs In firmary Useful Institution Was Estab fished Fifty Years Ago Sick and Infirm Have Always Received the Best of Care INSTITUTION MODERNLY EQUIPPED Fifty years ago today St Josephs Infirmary was established by the Sisters of Nazereth Originally it was a large building considering the size of Louisville in 1852 bnt it has kept pace with the growth of the city and now occupies more than four times the space of the original institution The golden jubilee will be quiety celebrated today by the good Sisters Rev Father Hugh Brady will celebrate high mass this morning and at noon the Sisters of the institution will have a nice dinner As quietly as they live so quietly will they celebrate the usefulness of this infirmary- St Josephs Infirmary is situated between Broadway and Chestnut streets on fashionable Fourth avenue At present it has 100 private rooms six wards two of the best equipped operating rooms in the United States if not in the worlda chapel apartments for the Sisters etc The institution has at present about all the patients that can be accommodated They are being attended 1 by thirtysix Sisters of Charity whose mother house is at Nazareth Ky The Mother Superior of St Josephs Infirm ary is Sister Aurea formerly Miss OBrien a native of the city of Cork Ireland Sister Aurea has been at St Josephs Infirmary during the past thirtytwo years and during the last seventeen years she has officiated as Mother Superior Sister Aurea is a e remarkable business woman Quiet and unpretentious yet she is doubtless one of the best known womeu in the city thoroughlyAmerican the ill and afflicted she knows neither race nor creed All are Gods creatures to her and she watches over all with the care of a loving mother The infirmary was reidy fOP occupancy i on November 29 1852 The first patient was received on December 2 a few days after the opening of the institution El Yeagcr a Kentucky merchant was the first patient and he was attended by Dr Gross who afterwards became a prominent physician in Philadelphia and Dr Erasmus D Force From that time on St Josephs Infirmary has never been without patients and nearly always it is crowded to its utmost capacity During the civil war many of the most t distinguished army officers in the Union army were under the care of the Sisters of Charity at this noble institution- In its early days there were many physiclons who gladly gave their servo ices to the infirmary Some of these good men are still living Among them are Drs J C Metcalfe William Cheat ham John Goodman George W Grif fiths and W G Ronald During the war the infirmary had but fifteen large rooms Thirty years after its establish ment the south wing was built A few years ago it became necessary to enlarge the institution and the north wing was erected As it stands now the north wing is the surgical department and the south wing is the medical de partmenj About 200 patients are accom modated As fast as one patient is discharge another is always waiting for the place The handsome chapel will seat eighty persons It has a beautiful marble altar the gift of former patients The infirmary is equipped with elevators electric lights and bells steam heat and all modern appliances St Josephs has a reputation not only in the city and State but throughout the nation Several of our most distinguished lawyers and statesmen have been at one time Or other inmates of this famous institution and all are loud in praise of the attention and care they received The good Sisters desire to have it made known that hereafter the entrance for visitors will be at the center instead of the north wing Too late for publication in this issue a feeling letter commending the Christian work of the good Sisters was received from a well known priest who has been under their care for some time past His letter will be published in the Kentucky Irish American next week ST CECILIAS DAY The feast day of St Cecilia according to the calender of the Catholic church fell on last Sunday The day was appropriately celebrated at St Cectli sIJchurch The pastor Rev Father Brady made extra exertions to have good music both at the late mass and at vespers in the afternoon Rev Father Dominic Crane preached the morning sermon Rev Father p P Ackerman preached the sermon aftet vespers Among the priests who attended the celebration 5l1eroidanLareat both servicesLI r A 4 J kt f nA ru KENTUOKY ERl8H ERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN IIINIIIN1111111111111 voted to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish AmerICaus 0 VIJLLAld M HIGGINS hubliusery- IyI yIiUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Rutored at the Louisville Postofllco os Secoad Class Alettan- AddtHI11 ConnnflBlcatlonitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil Green Str- eet4ScOUUcIL4 LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1902 1 HELP THE POOR The chilly air of the past week has caused a hustle for warme clothing and providing for a little heat in the house as a preparation for approaching wintry weather And the charitably inclined will not forget the poor whom we have always with us who will need assist ance to protect them from suffering i They must have food clothing fuel and depend for it on the charity of their more fortunate fel lowcreatures The charity organizations will now prepare for their work Those who can should join them to increase their efficiency the men in St Vincents the women in St Josephs Aid or some suet association There are many char itably disposed whose vocations 01 circumstances deter them from act ively participating in relief work but they can assist by contributing their mites ever so smaUin money food clothing fuel any thing usefulto those organizations or their pastor Remember the poor and in gratitude for the blessings you enjoy give that the less for tunate may not suffer AT- When LOGGERHEADS rogues fall out some body tells tales The strong case made out by the miners before the commission seems to have caused ia rumpus among the operators Mr MacVeagh attorney for the Lack awanna operators and the attorney for the miners after a conference announced to the commission that they were considering a compromise agreement The commis sioners stated they would not interfere with a settlement which however must be approved Then the commission adjourned its meet ings to December 3 The independent operators be came alarmed held a meeting sent a representative to New York toi see the railroad officials demand ing that the railroads must make a concession to them if an advance was given the miners and finally drew upand signed a protest against any settlement that recog nized the union or gave the miners anything President Baer of the Reading protests against any settlement or procedure except by the 1commission as such And the three sets of operators are cross firing during the recess of the com mission resulting in exposing some things that were suspected though not generally known Whether or not a compromise agreement is reached it is probable that the future meetings of the commission will be interesting when the operators present their casefrom different points of view The miners are united NATIVE FILIPINO CATHOLICS IlL IlLTheNative Catholic Church of the Philippines is the new name for a set of supposed patriots and martyrs but now known as dis turbers and villifiers They were instigators of revolution against Spain and later against the United States renegades defamers and plunderers of the church and clergy as well as the American officials and army Their object is power and pelf They failed in their scheming but having seized some church property they have formed a Native CatholicChUrch and chosen a Bishop preliminary tto claiming a status and share of Catholic church property nthe negotiations between the United States and the Vatican In due time some of our Catho tic editors who have so zealously Blended the cause of the poor c u s Filipino Catholics and condemned the American cruelties and spoliation in the Philippine will realize that they have been duped by these rascals and their agents These native Catholics do not recognize Rome nor another authority and it is only recently they have claimed to be Catholics and that for a siniste purpose They originated am circulated the charges against the Catholic priests and religious order as well as the American official and army so generally discusses and condemned but proven by investigation to be false or greatly exaggerated By forming a church they can now be readily identified and are in position with their demands for recognition and claim for church property to be fullj shown up and turned down in the settlement of church matters in tin Philippines by the authorized commission representing the only rea Catholic church and the Unitec States Government FACTS THAT COUNT Labor organizations are irrespons ible and it would be absurd to enter into agreements with them say the anthracite operators But for the past twentyfive years labor organizations have entered into am faithfully observedagreements such agreements preventing trouble between employers and employes for instance the Locomotive Engineers Plate Glass Workers Typographical Unions bituminous coall miners and various building trades And while the anthracite operators are stubbornly protesting the carrying out of the provision of those agreements are daily resulting in the peaceful settle ment of affairs in the labor world without strikes or the least inter ference with business The leading railroads of the North and West after years of peaceful operation under agreements with labor organization have reached con clusions including advances in wages for another term of years In Chicago the street railway com panies have done likewise In every craft of labor throughout the country where employers can be induced to enter into agreements the same peaceful conditions pre vail Only where employers fol low the course of the anthracite operators have there been strikes and trouble Results prove that the labor organizations are wholly responsible and trustworthy end the record of twentyfive years is evidence that must be refuted to prove otherwise Recently there appeared in the icily papers a sensational report from Switzerland that Rev Father 5sterhazy S Jt had embezzled funds of his order apostatized and parried The Provincial of the Society of Jesus publishes a state neat denying the charges against Rev Father Esterhazy whom he says is in Cannes where he went wo years ago under medical advice for ill health that he has not embezzled apostatized nor married but is faithfully complying with its duties as a priest and member of the order The papers which published the charges have failed to note the refutation The suggestion frequently made in jest that the name of New Eug and should be changed to New Ireland has more ground to rest upon than most persons imagine In New England the Irish and heir descendants are a large plurality if not a majority of the population they rave the Mayors of ighteen cities are among the most L u bpic f prominent officials and Influential men of the towns counties ant States are amongst the wealthiest class with the largest interests in railroads manufactures commerce the largest landowners and heav iest taxpayers they own and edi twentytwo daily newspapers besides other publications they areI to the fore in everything in Yanke land And this is accounted for by the fact that about the only genus homo who discounts the Yankee is the Irish Yankee as he iis termed way down East There iis nothing in a name so while it iis called New England the Irish are well up to the top in the running of things in that section Hon Wayne MacVeagh chie counsel for the anthracite operator before the arbitration commission iis one of the leading lawyers in the country and his police court tactic in the crossexamination of Presi dent Mitchell can not be attributes to lack of ability He asked ques lions about the Plasterers Unioi in New York regulations of labo unions generally the evils am moral responsibility of strikes the effect of advance in wages on prices of products and rest of living am other matters wholly foreign to anthracite coal mining which the commission is to pass upon in de ciding whether or not the miners demands for reduced hours in creased wages and an honest ton are to be granted Mr Mac Veaghs course recalls the old lawyers advice to the new begin ner Always be sure of your evidence when the facts are favorably to you stick closely to the issues in the case when the facts are agains you talk about everything else but the issues in the case Carrie Nation of Kansas smashing fame continues her antics in the name of reform Last weel she attended the New York horse show annoyed and insulted people went into the cafe and started to smash things but was ejected Only respect for woman of whirl she takes akvantage explains why she is tolerated A man guilty of such conduct if he escaped with his life would get his hear punched be arrested fined anc given opportunity to smash rod for a few months Mrs Nation iis coming to be regarded as a genera nuisance and nearing the limit of forbearance even for a woman The peace of the public as well at proper respect for her require her restraint If she can not be in duced to behave herself she will smash her way into an institution where restraint is enforced with a straight jacket if necessarya lunatic asylum Belgium some time ago proposed joint international action of all the civilized governments to suppress anarchists as common outlaws It is announced that the plan failed because England would not agree to it Why not all the other governments unite iu a crusade and round up all the anarchists in Eng land as she seems to want to harbor them The reasons for Englands objection might prove interesting but they are not given The attitude of other European Governments indicate that they will give England all their anarchistic rubbish hereafter Thanksgiving day was observed in every Catholic church in this ity by the celebration of mass luring which prayers of thanksgiving were offered up for the benefits we have received during the year as a nation a State a family and as individuals Occa ionally comment is made that Catholics do not celebrate Thanks living day Be it remembered hat Catholics are the pioneers in eturning thanks to God for all blessings received The Czar of Russia and Kaiser kVilheltu are to visit Rome and be eceived in private audience by the Holy Father Though there is no ntimation of any special importance in the visit of those dignitaries the whole world will be omewhat curious to known what u will be talked about The Rome correspondents of the London papers will be likely to tell itort- ell at it A clew as to why anthracite coal is so high and the railroads make large profits while the operators make nothing and the miners cannot earn a living is furnished in I the statement of an independen operator who says they have to turn over all their coal to the rail roads which take it to market fix the selling price and charge a commission of 35 per cent the opera tors receiving 65 per cent The American patent medicine advertisement with pictures and wonderful testimonials has become quite a feature in European papers After looking at the healthful pict ures and reading the cureall testi monials the Europeans will be prepared to believe there is no such thing as sickness in this great and glorious country tWritten roc the Kentucky Irtib American RECOLLECTIONS CHILDHOOD Erin loved Erin sweet land of my birth Ner can this fond heart forget The scenes of my childhood and Inns cent mirth For they cling to me tenderly yet Years have rolled by since those happy days But alas they will never come more When life seemed as bright as the suns golden rays As I played around the old cabin door Well I remember the little schoolhouse That stood near the old watermill And Sandy the miller in his old won blouse Who would give me his old pipe to fill Many a story to us boys he Would tell Of the wonders hed seen in his youth The wise look on his face I remember it well L As hed solemnly vouch for their truth Whatsport I would have on St Stephens dayfiWhen Id jjoirnn the hunt for the wren And at eve hurry home nor stop on the wayil For mother would look for me then I knew she would come to the old rustic it1VhcnV appeared Iin the sky No matter how long shed patiently wit Till she knew her young rascal was nigh On the bright village green when he has a chance- DennyrBrype the fiddler was there How the boys and the girls would merrily dance While their laughter almost rent the air Worn out and tired theyd all seek the shade To enjoy the warm summers breeze And many a match was sure to be made Under the widespreading trees Sad were my thoughts as I sailed oer the deep For the loved ones left behind there When a fond mother oft as she lulled me to sleep- Hummed many a sweet Irish air Though humble my home in this land of the life Yet by peace and happiness blest Often my thoughts fly over the sea To that dear little Isle of the WestI Erin my country may the clouds pass away That have hovered around thee for years And the sunlight of freedom brighten the way Thats been darkened by slaverys tears May peace and happiness bless the old land That gave birth toa Goldsmith and Moore1 Where a stranger is sure to get the glad hand t Aud a welcome at every door i DAVID Nicnot Sa Goon FOR MURPHY Capt John B Murphy general yard master of the Pennsylvania lines in the halls Cities will celebrate his thirtieth year with the Pennsylvania Company on4 Tuesday He has been twenty years in his present position He is not only ecognized as an able railroad man buts an all around gentleman POPE LEOS PROMPT REPLY That our Holy Father Pope Leo XIII Sal no intention of dying was evidenced last Monday by his reply to Monsignor Sruchesi Archbishop of Montreal The Archbishop had presented sixty Cans lians including several Protestants to the Pope and on leaving said I hope to see Your Holiness when I return three rears hence I will wait for you promptly replied the Pope MOZARTS TWELFTH Tomorrow at St Patricks church rlozsrts Twelfth Mass will be sung by a fnll choir under the direction of Prof Perry aided by some outside friends who are organized for the purpose of tndyiug the great masters and helping occasionally the most popular organists and choirs in rendering good masses In- an effective manner Robert Burkholder the talented young violinist will accompany the singers and play two solos Lmong the soloists oa this occasion will be Messrs nw Dohrmaa and Joseph lamser Meadamea Coastantlne and italcup and Miss Nellie Lincoln A feature will bHht Frit March for organ and violin by Prof Perry and lobert Burkholder Y I Iut- It N eyB Yi9iw G4e I SOCIETY i Miss Katherine McCarty of Chicago is visiting friends in this city Miss Tommie Frazier is the guest of Mrs Judith Rhea of Russellvllle Miss Ethel Sweeney of South Louis ville has recovered from a spell of ton silitis Walton Rogers has returned from vis sting relatives at Horse Cave and Vim Grove Mrs Otho Groves was the guest of Mr and Mrs W H Vaughan at Hop klnsville Mrs C J Klein of Bowling Green is visiting her daughter Miss Ida Klein in this city Mrs P Shelley of Louisville enter tained Miss Florence Brown of Shelby ville last week Miss Mary Cecil was the guest of her aunt Mrs G M Dalton at Harrods burg last week Miss N R Edwards a charming young lady of Pineville Ky visited her aunt Mrs John It Whallen in Louisville this week Misses Mamie and Annie Sullivan o Frankfort have returned home after ra pleasant visit to Miss Alice Hickey In this city- Mrs Maggie Bush and daughter of this city have returned from a pleasan visit to Mrs Elizabeth Keegan of Hop kinsville Thomas Malone and Miss Margare Malone have returned to their home in the Highlands after a pleasant visit to Cincinnati Mrs Roberson of South Louisville has as her guests this week Mrs Ellet Sullivan of Kansas and Mrs J Bowser of Jeffersonville Dan Fath the popular Secretary ok the Iron Molders Union left last Sat urday for Newark Ohio where he has secured a good position Mr and Mrs Carroll Brookfield and Master E V Brookfield are spending the Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs Mary Meehan 1167 East Broadway Miss Gertrude Meehan a pretty vis- Itor from Covington was the guest of honor at a delightful card entertainment given yesterday afternoon by Mrs MA Wathen Miss Lucy Higgins arrived home Tuesday from the State College at Lexington to spend Thanksgiving with her motherr- and relatives with whom she will visit till Monday Mrs Mamie Grady and little son Lancaster of Hannibal Mo are visiting Mrs Mary Meehan 1167 East Broadway They expect to remain until after the Christmas holidays Capt Thomas Maher assistant chiel of detectives who underwent a serious surgical operation at St Josephs Infirm ary several weeks ago expects to be able to resume his duties next week Anthony Monahan a former well known resident of New Albany has re turned St Louis where he holds a responsible railroad position after a very pleasant three weeks visit with relativesJoe a popular young man of the West End and an employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company in its general office at Second and Main streets has been promoted to the great satisfaction of himself and friends Peter Stein and Miss Mamie Welsh popular young people of the East End were united in matrimony by the Rev Father OGrady at St Aloysius church on Wednesday evening A reception was held at the home of the bride on Rogers street Paul Higgins and Harry Gorman ar rived home the first of the week from a ten days hunting trip through Southwestern Kentucky They bagged much game which they had served at a sump tuous dinner given their host of friends on Thanksgiving day Mrs Barney J Campbell Jr and ittle daughter Miss Mary Elizabeth left Monday for Jasper Ind to spend wo weeks with her parents Mr and Mr- sPI Gossman Mrs Campbell was the guest of honor at a largely attended reception Thanksgiving day Thomas P Barry the genial St Louis icket agent of the Mobile Ohio railroad was here this week visiting his old home and many friends They will re oice over the news that upon his return he will be promoted to the head of the advertising department of that system Thomas A Medley a well known attorney of Springfield and Miss Nell Vatben daughter of R N Wathen the well known distiller of Lebanon were uarrled in the latter town on Wednesday The ceremony was performed by father J A Hogarty in St Augustines hunch Miss Catherine Smith and George tEndtI rattendantsr lI Jrinkman After the ceremony a recep Lou was held at the home of the brideII 1645 Brent streetII Being the happiest man in town as well as a popular member of the YM I William Otto of 1621 West Madison treet U busy receiving the congratulations of his host of friends Its aII landsome girl boys he says whose I rrival Increases the number in happy household to four thett PiANOSIfMENTS we are prepared to interest you We make the assertion that we CAN DO MORE FOR YOU Than can any other piano house in Kentucky If the Christmas Gift is to WecordiallyInvite MONTENEGRO RIEHM MUSIC COMPANY 628630 FOURTH AVENUE Telephone Main 04 Homo Telephone 1509 BABEYB LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY 908 WEST JEFFERSON STREET No Branch Houses or Solicitors in Louisville Now is the time to have your work done thereby avoiding the rush that is sure to precede the Xmas holidays Our facilities are of the latest and most approved pattern and our phenomenal success has ex cited Longisexperience In this busl ness All work called for and delivered promptly at reasonable prices Send us your orders C DBAJBE Y Prop NO flDVflNGE IN FRIGES Collars and Cuffs ISc Per Dozen HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY WOIRB Best equidped laundry in Louisville Remodeled entirely and facilities more than doubled We solicit your work with a guarantee that it cant be excelled DOMESTIC LAUNDRY CO Home Phone 1720 517 Fifth Street Irish ftlTI6ri6 society Meeting All members are urgently requested to attend the meeting of the IrishAmerican Society next Thursday night Matters of interest to each indi uponItlarge attendance JOHN J FLYNN President fflls Mollie Hart and George Weinse were united in matrimony at the Church of St Frances of Rome last Wednesday afternoon After the ceremony the newly married couple were tendered reception at the home of the brides sister Mrs Richard Howe 1420 Hull street Both are popular and were the recipients of congratulations from hundreds of friends I J Leo Lenihan of this city and Miss Irma Kinkead of Los Angeles Cal here united in marriage at the home of the brides aunt in Chicago on Thursday The bride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady who formerly resided in this city where she had a host of admirers Mr Lenihan is an employe of the Chicago Northwestern Railroad Company After an extended Southern trip Mr and Mrs Lenihan will make theii home in Chicago Miss Bessie Norton and E Miles Hagan were married at St Patricks church on Wednesday evening Rev Father Cronin officiated After a reception at the home of the bride the newly married couple left for a trip to New Orleans The bride is the beautiful and accomplished daugh ter of M J Norton President of the Louisville Stone Company Mr Hagan is a well known Louisville druggist hav ing removed here from New Hope Xy several years ago Miss Mary Louise Langevin of this cityand Benedict KIrsch of Washing ton D c were married at St Charles church oil Wednesday afternoon Rev Father Raffo officiated The bride is the daughter of L Langevin of 2811 West Chestnut street Mr Kirsch formerly lived In Louisville but is now in the Government employ at the national capi tal The young couple after a trip through the East will begin housekeep lug in Washington on December 8 Miss Anna Welch and Michael Sulli van were married by Rev Father Keune at Holy Trinity church New Albany Wednesday night Both are popular young people of New Albany After the wedding they were tendered a reception and bounteous wedding dinner at the residence of the brides parents Capt and Mrs John Welch They were showered with congratula tions and many handsome and useful presents were given them Mr and Mrs Sullivan are now residing at their lovely home on Grant street Charles J Gleason of this city and Miss Margaret McDowell of Evansville fad were married at the Church of the Assumption Evansville at 8 oclock Wednesday morning The bridesmaids were Miss Anna M Gleason of Louisville and Miss Teckla Cramer of Evans ville The groomsmen were Hugh Mc ECernan of Washington Ind and William Colson of Englefield Ind Richard McDowell and William Schreiber of Evansville Ind were the uShers After a trip East Mr and Mrs Sleason will make their home aa 2610 Portland avenue in this city The brides one of Evansvllles most charming lfrls The groom is a valued employe ifthe Office Supply Company One of the prettiest weddings of the season at St Martins church was that of artin J Doll and Miss Clara Elizabeth uxol which took place at 10 oclock Thursday morning Miss Katherine iuxol a sister of the bride was maid of honor and Will Imorde was best man 4ittle Miss Marguerite Zimmerman was the flower girl The ushers were I 1y I I MACAVLEYS Monday NightsandWILI4IA11X H ORANEI- N HARUMSeats HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 218 EVENINGS 818 Dont Miss Next Weeks Great Show HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ue INTRODUCING STARS OF THE STAGE andEllaofNonsenselessleCouthoulandWoodfordand Biograph pictu- resBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY NOV 30 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday ROSE SYDE- LLSLondon Belies The big farcical musical extravaganza in the laughing success MARRIED MASHERS Fifty people in a great hodge podge of musical novelty John Nuxol a brother of the bride Robert Dolla brother of the groom Robert Wolf and Frank Schulz After the ceremony a reception was held for the immediate members of the families of the contracting parties at the home of the groom Baxter avenue and Rogers street The groom is a popular young grocer The bride is the beautiful and HenryNuxolFORTY HOURS Forty Hours devotions occurred this week at StfMary Magdalens conducted by the zealous pastor Rev Father Will- Iam Gausepohl The musical programme was an unusually fine one and large numbers approached the blessed sacra mentRev B A Cunningham of Holy FloydKnobstown Ind where they assisted Father Haskamp in conducting the same devo tions at St Bernards church The slrprlstngl indeed busy BLARNEY STONE FOUND Michael Grogan of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians wants another Irish fair so well was he pleasedwith the last one and by the way there is a good story going the rounds concerning Mike and the fair When the model of Blarney Castle was torn down the piece of the blarney stone was mysteriously missing A thorough search was made but the missing fragment could not be found Everybody came to the con- clusIon that the goat that was in the yard next the peasants cabin had eaten it Now it turns out that Grogan has the stone He told JbpXenealerthatlie would not give libernians gave another Irish fair I r t iV M k J Jj ijt I JrdT3OIlea lam aim ii A RIOAN I LEADING HAT HOUSE Fall Novelties are now in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas Largest Insurance Company in the World Asscts 30000- 0000JERRY KING SPECIA AGICAJI NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 615 East Gray St Louisville Ky This is the only insurance company that sells policies incoutestible from date of issue MMUSICm rPUPILS WWANTED FOR rum GUITAR MANDOLIN a Most thorough instruction and reasonable terms Address Music this office EUGtiNB LOUIS R- CARRAROS CAFE WET GOODS AND SMOKERS TELEPHONE 701 N E Cor Third and Green PfifR M ANDRWi X SONS WA ON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Le horns can be kept in small yard requinng about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 8G8 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 20d May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER- A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS OPYRIQHTS Ac Anloneeenatngaaaewnaneaeecnpuonmel quickly ascertatn our opinion roe wbetber au ltonaatrtetlyeonadenttalIlandbookonPatentarent Coreoelretpet1anoncet Scientific Jhmricam bandiomelr Illostrsf vl weekly IArlfoetelr caution of rnr eclentlflo Journal Term 13 a M8O14brallnewadealeraUN Bran Oftlce a16 Jr etWaahlagton D0 JOHN SULLIVANSELLS KINDLING WOOD SAWDUST AND SHAVINGS TVpt0r a 18 3a SOuthJu o- s n tc Dont Trust To Luckt- o get rich SAVE part of your earnings Thats the SURE way The KY T LE- SAVINGS BANK FIFTH COURT PLACE lends youa little bank which helps you keep up a savings Opendallydays until 7 p m JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder O1O W ItVTARKEJT ST Telephone Main 1189 It lOirOLLSON Wholesale Grocers Feed and Commission Merchants Dealers in Flour Lime and Cement Special Attention Given to Country Produce N E Cor Ninth and Broadway TELEPHONE 1122 c B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Telephone 1050 261 West Jefferson Street All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed MACAULEYS For the three first nights next week with Wednesday matinee Manager Macauley will present William II Crane in David Harum There is no stretch ing of truth in the statement that in David Harum Mr Crane has scored the greatest success of his stage career and those who saw this great comedy at Macauleys last season still recall its various amusing scenes and situations Seats are now on sale GOOD FOR JAILER PFLANZ That Jailer John R Pflanz islhe right man in the right place and that he has the right kind of men as assistants was again shown last week when Turnkey Louis Beyer discovered a plot of thirty prisoners to break jail The efficient service of Mr Pflanz and his deputies should be appreciated by the entire com munity CLOSES TONIGHT The bazar given for the Mercy Hospital at the armory in Jeffersonville which opened Tuesday with a large at tendance wilt close tonight Many and varied amusements are there to interest the patrons of the worthy undertaking and it is hoped that a handsome sum will be realized for that great charitable institution There are a number of pretty booths presided over by the most charming maids and matrons of our sister city and visitors from Kentucky will receive special attention tonight UNIQUE AND IMPOSING A large statue will crown the highest point in Cincinnati in a few weeks Members cf the Immaculate Conception parish on Mount Adams are taising a fund to import a bronze statue of the Blessed Virgin twelve feet high from France and place it on top of their church wbich is situated on the brow of Mount Adams It overlooks the Ohio river and can lie teen from any part of the city When placed in position it will be surrounded by a circle of electric lights which will be illuminated every nighty making the statue a landmark that will be unique and imposing iC c EUCHARISTIC LEAGUE A Largely Attondod Mootin With High Mass at the Cathedral The biennial meeting of the Euchar istic League composed of nearly all the priests in the diocese of Louisville was held at the Cathedral last Wednesday After a solemn high mass at 9 oclock celebrated by the Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet assisted by Fathers Bachman and OSullivan the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey delivered a sermon on the real presence Later the priests composing the league assembled in the chapel of the Cathedral where appropriate papers were read Immediately after this a sumptuous dinner was served in St Francis Hall where covers were laid for fifty The good ladies who prepared this feast were Mrs Charles Smith Mrs Thomas Leahy and Mrs Moore Misses Rosa Quinn Mary Brennan Bridget Kelley and Mary Cummings The waitresses were Mrs Mamie Hoertz Mrs Helen Shimpeler Misses Mary and Nina Smith and Blanche Tierney RECENT DEATHS The sympathy of many friends is ex tended to Mr and Mrs Michael Doherty over the loss of their infant son Robert F Doherty whose death occurred at the family residence 302 West Breckinridge street on Tuesday morning The many friends of Thomas J Kelly and Rose Henley Kelly sympathize with them in the loss of their infant son Joseph P Kelly The little one was called to heaven last Sunday morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery John Fitzgerald died at the residence of his soninlaw Andrew McGuire 1854 Baird street last Sunday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The remains were followed to St Johns cemetery by a large number sorrowing friends Emma Lena Haines the twentyfour year old daughter of John L and Mary Haines died at the family residence 510 Eighteenth street last Saturday night The deceased was a charming young woman and was much admired The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Monday morning The interment was in St Johns ceme tery Mrs Bridget Donahue widow of the late Patrick Donahue died at the resi dence of her daughter Mrs Edward Fisher 3419 High avenue on Sunday afternoon The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady at 9 oclock Tuesday mornit The interment was in St Johns ccmt Mrs Donahue was well liked in P j pr ere she had residedi format Huber Lcachman Struck the twenty monthsold son of Fred and Lillian Dowling Struck died at the family residence corner of Second and Green streets last Sunday morning The funeral took place last Monday after noon Many friends called to extend their sympathy to the griefstricken parents The little fellow was possessed of a winsome and loving disposition and was the joy of a most happy home His remains were Interred beneath a mound of beautiful flowers Mrs Emma L Lynch wife of James Lynch the well known conductor on the Louisville Nashville railroad died at the family residence 911 Charlton avenue last Friday night The funeral took place from the residence on Sunday The interment was in St Louis cemetery The deceased was twenty eight years old and had been married a little more than one year She leaves no children As Miss Emma L Hoerr she was decidedly popular and well known Her husband has the sympathy of many friends in his great bereavement After an illness of several weeks Louis Mivelaz the well known restaurant man died at his home 814 Twentyfourth street early Monday morning His death had been expected for over a week Mr Mivelaz was thirtyfour ears old and was associated with his brothers Charles and Frank Mivelaz in conducting the American Restaurant This enterprise wes started ten years ago by John Mive laz the eldest brother He died about a year ago Since that time the business has been carried on by Louis Charles and Frank Louis several years ago married Miss Augusta Eli of this city who survives him He was an expert bowler and was very popular with all classes of people He was a prominent member of Mackin Council Y M I The funeral took place from St An thonys church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery The many friends of the bereaved family extend their deep sympathy in their hour of affliction May he rest in peace KNIGHTS AND LADIES iTbe Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will meet at the residence of Thomas Keenan on Market street near Thirteenth next Friday night to discuss plans for future entertainments and to wind up the recent successful euchre The ladies and gentlemen who are taking an interest in these meetings are receiv ing much encouragement It is gener ally believed that when the national convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladies meet here in May 1904 a com fortable fund will be on band for the entertainment of the delegates Property oil both sides of Broadway from Holy Cross church to the river has been assessed for municipal taxation City Assessor Murphy believes this will be Louisvilles chief boulevard The municipal authorities will arrange next year for the improvement this great I thoroughfare with asphalt paving I I 1 e Written tor The Kentucky IrUb American MY CONFESSOR lightgI Guiding me oer lifes stormy sea Beacon in the sindarkened night Leading me to the port of eternity Bright golden link from Gods own heart Binding me closer to virtue and heaven Rare jewel sparkling in lifes better pat A priceless treasure to me Godgiven Kind reverend friend ever truer and dearer Leading me gentlywith a fathers hand Higher still higher 16 God ever nearl- Over lifes desert tqthe fair promised land 1 God bless my confessor with the joys sweet Of this lifel and when from it he must part rGrant that FatherNand Child may meet a In realms of love eternalthe Sacred Heart KATHIKEN DON LKAVY NOW LOOK OUT A Warm Race Among the Young Men For Office In Trin ity Council Trinity Council YJ M I held an en thusiastic meeting in Trinity Hall Mon day night President Joseph Piazza pre sided Applications were received from Ed Nichter James Davern Eugene Ber bedick Emile Muth John F Hannon J A Zoll Thomas Burke and George F Greener The last named applied for a transfer from the council at Hunting burg Ind George Herrmann one of the assessors for the Louisville Water Company was elected a member Albert Rahm was initiated and Phil J Pfleig the well known tailor and Martin Hel frich took the second degree Mr Pfleig was particularly enthused with the ritual Andrew M Kiefferi who is one of the members bostling for the J10 in gold offered for the man who secures the most candidates reported that he had fifteen young men who wished to become mem bers The contest will close next Mon day night Henry posse Jr who was i11was reported much improved On account of the large number of applies tions for membership four members were added to the Investigating Committee The feature of the evening was the nomination of candidates for the various offices for the ensuing year President Joe Piazza declined to be a candidate for reelection and placed in nomination Thomas J Garvey Emmet Slattery James B Kelly and Eugene Cooney like wise declined the nomination Michael Hill was nominated so that the race will be between Messrs Garvey and Hill Other nominations resulted as follows For First Vice President Will Imlerich and John J Sullivan Jr Second Vice TrMHuckenbeckSievert Mr Sievert has kept his min utes in such perfect shape that the mem bers decided to nominate no one against him Financial Secretary William Gast Corresponding Secretary Robert Goebel Treasurer John J Sullivan ST Marshal Maurice Danaher and George Dues In side Sentinel Bernard Couniff and Geo Dues Outside Sentinel Jacob Falzer Executive Committee Andrew Kieffer Frank Langhorst Theodore Droppelman Edward Bosler diem Ellert A H Huckenbeck John Henry Collector Clem Ellert Edward Kelty and Charles Dues Medical Examiner Drs Phil Beu tel Jr B J Lammers Carpenter and Clark Librarian Adam Schneider and Robert Goebel The election will be held next Mon day night and the rivalry among the various candidates is spirited but good natured WILL IT COME TO THIS If things keep moving at the present rate we may in the near future expect to read in the daily papers About 10 oclock yesterday morning a horseless milk wagon loaded with cowless milk collidedwith a brainlessi rider on a chain less wheel The luckless rider was badly injured He was token in a horseless ambulance to the home for the friend less where he died a painless death and was buried in a greveless cemetery THE CHRISTflAS DELINEATOR The Delineator celebrates its thirtieth anniversary with the approaching Christmas number It is brighter and more up to date than ever It contains over 200 pages of interesting matter and thirty four illustrations Qf the latter twenty pages are in colors The best modern writers and artists are represented in its pages BARRYS HEADER John Barry one6f the best known young men in Limerick met with a painful accident Wednesday morning He was riding to work on his bicycleand when at Fourth and York he took a header sustaining buslses that were at first thought quite serious He was re moved to his home and a physician summoned who found no bones broken though the patient was suffering much from pains about the head and body restiugIeasy with hopes of being out next week HOPKINS THEATER The continuous llarge attendance at conclusivelyiLouisville and the people now realize that Col Hopkins is furnishing them with a better show theft has ever been presented in other titlesat popular prices There are on the bill for next week one of the beet of the season such well known stars as Jules and Ella Garrison Howard and Bland Edith Helena the phenomenal soprano Leroy and Wood originalspecialties manynew I TWO MEN Wore Kept Busy Receiving Money In Division 4 Wednesday Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather a large crowd attended the meeting of Division 4 A O H last Wednes day night President John H Hennessy presided Secretaries Joe McGinn and Dave Reilly were kept busy receiving money James Keanealey brought the good news that all the members were off the sick list but Pat Flynn and Eugene Sullivan Pat Mulloy and will Reilly were reported as entirely recovered The following new members were elected James OConnor John Maugan Dennis Gleason and William Coyne A great welcome was given Pat Burke It was his first appearance at a meeting in a great while Chairman John Hellon re ported resolutions adopted oil the death of George Shea A resolution was passed by which the Hall Board was requested to meet as soon as possible HINTS ON STYLE Velveteen is used with zibeline instead of cloth if you like but they arc both in the same shade The yoke skirt is one of the most pop ular modes the yoke flitting the hips as closely and carefully as possible Ostrich feathers one at either side the ends falling over the hair are very pretty and wings too are arranged very nicely to fall over the hair a bit Among the new trimmings are the handsome and expensive jets very light in both weight and color since you can have gray jets which come in even paler tints than steel Ermine shows up at its best in some of the white cloth gowns trimmed with heavy lace It is variously distributed in bands collars and cuffs while in facing for dressy coats it is especially effectivePersian lamb and broadtail are both used for trimming colored cloth gowns and white broadtail is popular for vests collars and cuffs Squirrel finds many uses as a trimming and as the season advances fur trimmings of all kinds will be more and more in evidence The popularity of gray is established beyond a doubt for this season and every tint between the palest and the darkest shade is brought out in the new costumes both in hairy cloths and dainty chiffons It is a complete sequence in gray with gray gowns gray hats and gray furs The black lace gowns over white are also quite as popular as ever black tulle inset with black lace being one favorite This sort of gown requires at least two foundation skirts of white chiffon Or you may reverse the order and have d white chiffon gown with insettings of black lace- Dressy gowns are more complicated than everand most gowns arej or less dressyin combinations ofma nslSt trimmings and intricate hand work To net lace and velvet combined most artistically in one gown embroidery is added so there is very little space with out some decoration Perforated cloth embroidered in silk of the same color is one variation in embroideredeffects which in palest pink and blue changeable silk is very effective in combination with the plain cloth The perforated cloth is used for the bodice and yoke on the skirt which hangs in plaits below It may be repeated again and again that the embroideries are without par allel both as to variety and elegance and yet many of them seem to have been inspired by the special kinds which were in fashion when Watteau painted his picture of women in stomachers and panniers Others are of cloth applique The Paquin skirt with moderate ful ness and plaits all around the hips comes up for consideration wherever the subject of how to have your skirt made is discussed You are told that it is the latest thing and yet actual evidences contradict this statement since the average skirt fits the hips very closely even though it is tucked and plaited A TALE WITH A MORAL Its strange that I cant get my wife to mend my clothes remarked Mr Bridle in a tone of disgust I asked her to sew a button on this vest this morning and she hasnt touched it You asked her said Mr Norris with a slight shrug of bis shoulders Yes what else should I do You havent been married very long so perhaps youll take a tip from me answered Mr Norris with a fatherly air anythingthatsWhy what do you mean DoM I do When I want a shirt mended for instance I take it in my hand and hunt up my wife Wheres that ragbag Mrs Norris I demand in a stern voic- eIWhatdo you want the ragbag for she says suspiciously I wantto throw this shirt away its all worn out I reply U Let me see she demands UBut I put the garment behind my back U No my dear I answer There is no use in your attempting to do any thing with it I Let me see it she reiterates But Its all worn put I tell you U Now James you give me that peremptorytonesI hand over the garment UWhy James Norris she cries with womanly triumph This is a perfectly good shirt All it needs is And then she mends it The Democratic State Executive Com mittee last Tuesday decided in favor of a primary to be held May 9 to select Democratic candidates for the State offices to be filled next year The mat ter was at once thrown into the courts and will be carried to the Court of Appeals for decision during December SHE IS CRYINGJBecause She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE l 1 alw- lby In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E He BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentC MAnagerW IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORYI AO 11- 1DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording Secretary John J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth MackeyViceRecording SecretaryPat J Welsh Financial Seccretary Will E Burns 350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month 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812 and 814 CLAY STREET Td eplwu 109002 LOUISVILLE KY k ea h oJ1 IRELAND Record of the iMost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I ITh Second Munster Fusiliers arrive at Queenstown from South Africa I William Nolan manager of the Tral1 branch of the National Bank died rather suddenlyAt meeting of the Cork Corporation votes of condolence were passed to the relatives of the late Rev Brother A Shanahan and Rev Brother T F Cronin A fire broke out at the Balmoral Industrial School Belfast where a large number of children reside Damage to the extent of 5000 was caused No one was injured Father Dineena new Irish play An Tobar Draoidheachta was produced under the auspices of the Keating branch of the Gaelic League and met with a most gratifying acceptance- J A OSullivan one of the Dublin organizers of the United Irish League has been arrested at the Mansion House for an offence committed recently under the crimes act at Templemore- The winter session of the Youghi Young Mens Society was inaugurated IIn the Town Hall by an address from the Right Rev President Dean Keller followed by an enjoyable cencert At Riverstowii Coroner Horgan lleldI an inquest on the body of a man named Barth Geary whose body was found in the river at Poolacrue South Riverstowr An open verdict was returned A young man named James Hosford sa farmer committed suicide by hanging himself at his farm situate near River stick in Cork county No motive has been assigned for the rash act At the Douglas petty sessions the medal of the Royal Humane Society was presented to Daniel Mahoney for saving the life of a boy named Michael Miller who fell into the Lee on July 20 His Eminence Cardinal Logue was the guest of the West of Scotland Glasgow and Donegal Annual Festival Committee at a banquet in Glasgow when his Emi nence referred to the urgent necessity that existed for an early settlement of the land question The greatest enthusiasm is being evinced by the young men of Queens town in connection with the introduc tion of technical and commercial educa tion classes and a great future seems tc be in store for the project as far ai Queenstown is concerned Horace Plunkett Vice President of the Department of Agriculture and Techni cal Instruction sailed from Queenstown on a visit to America He addressed a letter to the Lord Mayor stating that the department would not exhibit at the pro posed exhibition next year At the Cork police office before C E B Mayne Patrick Henry Hayes was chareedby Head Constable Kirby with ha Maus i1ithofPeter Paul Moynihan by striking him on the head with a fishing rod on August 1 last The accused was returned for trial but ad milled to bail P J Rahilly Organizing Secretary of the Cork branch pf the United Irish League has been served with a summons under the coercion act charging him with having been guilty of intimidation in the course of a speech delivered by him at Carrignavar He is called on to appear at Blarney petty sessions- A great strike of employes at the Lim erick army clothing factory was followed by a striking demonstration throughout the city The proprietors to enable them tq compete with other army clothing contractors were about to introduce machinery and the female employes struck Eight hundred hands are out Capt Fitzpatrick presided at a special court at Kilmallock held for the purpose of hearing the charge preferred against four young men named Patrick Howe Thomas lIanly Michael Coleman and Laurence Quinn that on October 25 they did assault beat and inflict grievous bodily harm on one Philip Herbert Accused were returned for trial but were admitted to bail It has been decided to present John P Hayden M P with a purse of sov ereigns subscribed by his friends in the counties of Roscommon and Westmeatb The presentation will be at a banquet at which Hayden will be entertained in Athlone at an early date in December The Secretaries in connection with the banquet are T C OKeeffe of Ro3com mon and Thomas Chapman of Athlone Alderman McCarthy Dublin Chair man pf the Visiting Committee at Kil malnbatn jail paid an official visit to the prison He saw William Redmond M P and satisfied himself that everything possible that could be done under the revised rules for the guidance of the vis iting justices was done toprovide for the convenience and comfort of the honor able member Redmond will be allowed dally visits from his friends and will take his exercise by himself He is allowed the use of books and papers and seemed in good health and spirits The Lord Mayor visited Denis Kilbride exM Pin Mountjoy prison and found him in good spirits Kilbride also takes his exercise by himself As a result of a private conference of Irish millers held at the Cork exhibition ately on the initiative of the Department of Agriculture an association of Irish uillers has just been formed Almost all he principal flour milling firms in Ireland have already joined this association end it is hoped that all the remaining Irish flour millers will enroll themselves tithe ranks of the association Charles IfV Furlong of Cork has been elected first President of the association B hackl ton of Carlow is the Secretary n is proposed that statistics should be collected to show clearly the large ainJbunt of wheat grown ini Ireland the idvantazea to the country if the quantity iau be increased and that flour manu aetured in Jwlaad can be supplied aa goodqualltyhn1portt4 G 1c G GRAND PRESIDENT PERRy Announces Appointments for the Kentucky Jurisdic tlon Y M II I I the recent convention of tbe IISince Mens Institute in this city a new has been awakened tbroughoi the Kentucky Jurisdiction which is being greatly encouraged by Grand President I Will Perry the well known young LOuis ville attorney During the past week President Perry announced the followin committees to serve for the next two years which has been forwarded to alt the councils Laws and SupervisionBen Sands and Joseph Piazza Louisville John Dolan FraukiortArbitrationJohn E Fitzgerald James B Kelly T L Nunan William J Fitzgerald Robert A Greenwell Degrees and Selection of Teamlames B Kelly Harry R Swann Jr John JI CrottyMuch will be expected of the six District Deputies fthe Grand President who are as follows City of Louisville Emmet P Slattery Eastern KentuckYJos Killing Day tonCentral Kentucky John J Wood Lex- Ington Southern KentuckyRobert G Green well New Haven- TennesseeJohn J Bishop Memphis St Louis II J Hirsch St Louis Western Misfourf C Walter Morgan Kansas City- Following is the complete list of Couu cil Deputies all of whom are well quail fied for the position given them Barry Council xlngtonR J Col bert i St Catherine New HavenJames E Rapier Chickasaw MempblsMIcbael J Car rigan Lambert Young FrankfortJohn F DolanfDe Frame Lebanon B H Lancaster Lafayette Newport John B Reed Hayes Bowling Green J L Durbin Satolli Louisville John J Crotty Mackin Louisville August J Bizot Phil SheridanBellevue Harry Wessel Major Winchester James H McCourt Clermont AshlandJohn E Burke Trinity Council LOuisvilleEdward Kelty Missouri St Louis James H Weber St Georges CarrolltonH J Sappen field LAID AT REST Death of Loo H Cohen a Popular Resident of Frankfort Surrounded by loving and heartbroken relatives and sincere and loyal friends with every effort known to the most stWSKpecialists oT the eJIca1 fraternity exerted to stay jts dread summons the awful grim specter Death laid its cold unfeeling hand upon the brow of- Gee H Cohen and the truest noblest most sympathetic heart that ever beat in- the bosom of man eased to pulsate and all that was mortal of him who in life was always the friend of the poor and oppressed and was never known to turn- a deaf ear to pleadings of the widow or the orphan passed to that great beyond where trials and tribulations are unknown and celestfaj bliss reigns supreme- In Frankfort where the greater portion of Mr Cohens tile was spent there was perhaps not another man who had as many true and loyal friends A kind and loving brother an earnest steadfast true and loyal friend it is not wonderful that hundreds who could not be present at the obsequies dropped a silent tear in spirit upon his mound Mr Cohen was for eighteen years connected with the firm of I Davis in Frankfort and during that time doubtless made more friends than any man ever made before His courteous and gentlemanly manner pleasant and delightful person ility attracted every one with whom he came in contact to him and to know him was to be his friend He took an active interest in focal Democratic poll tics and was for four years Chief of the tire Department The funeral took place from the residence of his brotherinlaw Morris Green 1181 Sixth street and wasI among the largest ever seen in Louisville Magnificent floral designs were sent from friends all over the State and from many surrounding States The active pallbearers were Mayor Darnell County fudge Polsgrove City Attorney T Heter Crockett D J McNamara John Silbert and Fred Jacobs The honorary pallbearers were David Davis Sam Blitz Vhisiker Lindsey William ODonnell henry Harris and 0 N Smith Interment was made at theHebrew cemetery The funeral services were conducted by Jr H G Enlow the Jewish Rabbi and were very solemn and impressive Sor rowing friends in Frankfort the adopted home of the deceased d unite in extending to the heartbroken brothers and heir sincere sympathy in this their dark rat hour of affliction TRINITY COUNCILS ENTERPRISE Trinity Council Y MVI proposes to have several interesting entertainments after New Years day The dates have not been decided upon but the first of the series will be given shortly after Jan racy 1 1903 So far plans have been nude for au interesting debate between ugcne Cooney and Attorney Peter Coo grove The subject has not been made known but both youngmen are profound thinkers and good talkers On lesame evening after the debate Rev wiltlectureltoI ather Albert Iit the new Superior of the sacred Heart Retreat in Jefferson county aad U a noted orator II Blo1howsj I pI l1YIwn n a G 1 JJt Pr n HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes i Form the ladies auxiliary Dl vision 1 has a clear sick list The celebration of St Patricks day will soon claim attention Treasurer Mulloy made another ham some time deposit for his division this week Many Hibernians arc aiding the Irisl American Society 7hey possesj the right spirit The fourth degree will be exemplific l before a large class at Syracuse N Y on January 1 President Tom Dolan and all members were pleased to have John Doran with them Tuesday night James H Higgins a prominent men ber of the Ancient Order has been elected Mayor of Pawtucket A big class of candidates will be hilt ated by the A O H of Milwaukee iat the first meeting in December- A ladies auxiliary was recently orgat ized in connection with Division 2 of Bath Careltou county Canada All Secretaries are requested to furnish the County Board complete lists of memo bers with place of residence and occupa tionAll members are notified not to forge the elections Those failing to attend their division meetings may be subject to finesA class of 100 received the four de grees at Buffalo N Y last Tuesday Division 1S degree team conducted the initiationThe constitution makes Imperative the election of officers and the pres ence of members at the first meeting ini December Division 3 meets Monday night at NelI ligans Hall Nineteenth and Portland avenue This will be the first division to elect officers Never have the Hibernians of Jeffersoi been successful thancounty more duringI the past year And the outlook theI future appears still brighter The commissioned officers of Rhodi Island are organizing three more com panics of Hibernian Knights one at Elmwood and two at Providence Many Hibernians attended the Red Mens bazar Irish night and were given in happy reception by Past Sachem Day Russell who is also a good Irishman Burlington Council recently expender 350 for lectures to nonCatholics The series of lectures was delivered by the Paulist Fathers Thirty converts were brought into the church Division 4 has taken the first step toward organizing its degree team Nov look out for Patrician Jack Barry and the boys from Limerick CapLDave Reill will command thej A lladIesT auxiliary of bOO members would work wonders for another Irish fair They are waiting only for State and county officers to take the initiatory steps for their organization Limerick has many fine singers beside those belonging to the Choral Society and Division 4 should have no trouble it securing a choir to assist its degree teen that will equal any in the country The Right Rev John J Glennon Bishop of Kansas City was presented with a goldheaded cane by the Hiber nians of Dallas Texas Bishop Gleunbn is the National Chaplain of the order Division 2 passed a resolution Thurs day night looking to the suppression pi the buffoon stage Irishman and asked the assistance of the Kentucky Irish American which was cheerfully pledged John J Sullivan William Reddington John Ridge Martin Minogue and Thos Conway form the nucleus for a splendid degree team for Division 2 Coached by Will Meehan John Keaney and Con Ford they will not disappoint their friendsNational Director OConcor was royally entertained by Tom Riley George Butler and John Mnlloy before leaving Louisville They showed him the beauties of our city as seen by but few and the impressions made will not soon be forgottenJohn Dorsey was recently reelected President of the County Board of Onon daga county which includes Syracuse N Y This is his third term as County President Syracuse Hibernians else discussed the matter of building Wall for themselves Pete Daley of Holyoke Mass is one of the oldest members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the United States He was initiated in Edinburgh Scotland in 1852 Although past aev enty years old he is still an active memo ber of tire order and rarely misses i meetingJames E Dolan the new National President of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians in America was tendered a dinner at the Yates Hotel Syracuse byes- I Mayor James K McGuire of that city last week About forty leading memo bers of the order in Syracuse were In vited guests The election of officers for the ensuing term is now the principal topic discussed in Hibernian circles The officers will elected this time for two instead offIIbe I theIElections will take place during the first two weeks of December NARROW ESCAPE Miss Luln McCrory had a narrow TuesdayIevening The young lady is employed at the New York Store and while on her Iway home did not observe an open cap the Southern railroad offices on ourth street which had been left un I guarded She fell through the hole and ujtained severe bruises but fortunately none of theniareof a critical nature- 6kewesat once removed to her home i4t1Uast Main street where she know t7improving r t n c PITTSBURGH 1 Try 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