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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- j w S r 4 L IIJJ Vow KENTUCKY IRISH I e J I J tI 1Q vOLUME IXNO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTSIi llL VISITORS I Fronv1 other Catholic Institutions Paid Respects to the Good Sisters Golden Jubilee of St Josephs Infirmary Appropriately O v Celebrated Priest Pays Tribute to Good Wonion Who Preside Over It DOING A MOTHERS LOVING WORK Notwithstanding the fact that the Sis ters of Charity of Nazareth tried to keep quiet the news that they were to cele brate the fiftieth anniversary of StI Josephs Infirmary last Saturday f the good Sisters were kept busy all day re ceiving the congratulations of their friends both Protestants and Catholics During the day they entertained eighty five Sisters of Charity from the various institutions under their care in the city and State Among the noted visitors who called to pay their respects to Mother Superior Aurea OBrien were Mother Superior Cleophas of Nazareth who re cently celebrated her golden jubilee as a member of the order Sister Marietta directress of studies at Nazareth and Sister Mildred now of Nazareth who was a nurse at St Josephs Infirmary before the war of the rebellion Besides there were visiting Sisters from St Helenas St Margarets Retreat Presen I tation Academy Sts Mary and ElizaI beth Hospital and elsewhere in the city The good Sisters had a kind word and refreshments for all and were in return wished many happy returns of the dayI A reverend clergyman who has been jI suffering from typhoid fever and neuritisII and who is still under the care of the Sisters of Charity at St Josephs InfirmII ary has written to the Kentucky Irish American a few words of commendation of these good women This kind priestI does not care tohave his name mentioned i as the writer of the letter which was only one of many written last week on the golden anniversary of the opening of jI St Josephs He says 1 II know from experience as I haeI been here for the past seven months with typhoid fever how the good Sisters I of Charity of Nazareth perform their duties toward the sick and dying without l any earthly reward whatever but withII the consciousness that this work well done is for Gods honor and glory When I beheld the Sisters for the first j time after a partialunconsciousness of five or six weeks I remember calling the good Sister who was in charge of meII under that terrible ordeal of pain ande suffering my mother If therefore underjj such circumstances a patient be he eithertt lay or clerical Protestant or Catholic J imagines that a rellgioua nurse a Sistertt of Charity of Nazareth is his motherII what must we conclude but that they are l doing a mothers worka work of love ll- I know that this anniversary is not for the ake of pomp or show and consequently e not of a public character but rather that the good Sisters should assemble 1 together once more in their chapel and there in the presence of their hidden il God in the most holy sacrament of the altar give thanks to His Infinite Majesty I for the many favors conferred upon themJJ and those placed under their care to re new again their pledges of s fdenial l and devotion to duty for Gods sake and for the sake of the infirm whom He made to His own image and likeness Ahl blessed Catholic faith answers with loving Credo Domine Lord I believe Yes Thou alone art able to raise up suchJJ worthy children and to manifest to the f world what great things can be done i primarily for Gods sake and secondarily for the welfare of our neighbor During my long illness I know there were others like myself who during those long days and weary nights of suffering often I blessed these women of God for their devotion to dutyyoung women who could were they in the world charm I it by their character intelligence andII peity old Sisters who have given their i all to Him whence it came Oh I Mary i Immaculate Mary the Virgin Mother of God thou who art the mode of these good Sisters intercede for them and askI your Divine Child Jesus to protect them in the future as in the past so that their work of love may be continued with the same gentle spirit and with that same end in view Gods honor and eternal glory IbTRUSTS CAPITAL LABOR What the President Says of These In His Message to Congress President Roosevelt in his message to Congress recommends and discusses among many other subjects the three which moet nearly affect the people have attracted general attentionand are admittedly x about the Moi teiportast Of traks beaidcs suggwtitig Jiow such legislation should be accomplished be says A fundamental requisite of sociall efieicHcy U a liigh Un krd of Individ z ual energy and excellence but this is in no wise inconsistent with power to act in combination for alms which can not so well be achieved by the individual acting alone A fundamental base of civilization is the inviolabilityl of prop erty but this is in no wise inconsistent with the right of society to regulate the exercise of the artificial powers which it confers upon the owners of property under the name of corporate franchises in such a way as to prevent the misuse of these powers Corporations and especially combinations corporations should be managed under public regula tion Experience has shown that under our system of government the necessary supervision can not be obtained by State action It must therefore be achieved by national action Our aim is not to do away with corporations on the contrary these big aggregations are an inevitable development of modern industrialism and the effort to destroy them would be futile unless accomplished in ways that would work the utmost mischief to the euttrc body politic We can do nothing of good in the way of regulating and supervising these corporations until we fix clearly in our minds that we are not attacking the corporations but endeavoring to do away with any evil in them AVe are not hostile to them Ve are merely determined that they shall be so handled as to subserve the public good We draw the line against misconduct not against wealth The capitalist who alone or in conduction with his fellows performs some great industrial feat by which he wins money is a welldoer not a wrongdoer provided only he works in proper and legitimate lines We wish to favor such a man when he does well We wish to supervise and control his actions only to prevent him horn doing ill Publicity can do no harm to the honest corporation and we need not be overtender about sparing the dishonest corporationOf and labor their relations and duties to each other and the general public he says How to secure fair treatment alike for labor and for capital bow to hold in check the unscrupulous man whether employer or employe without weakening individual initiative without hampering and cramping the industrial development of the country is a problem fraught with great difficulties and one which it is of the highest importance to solve on lines of sanity and farsighted common sense as well as of devotion to the right This is an era of federation and combination Exactly as business men find they must often work through corporations and as it is a constant tendency of these corpora tions to grow larger so it is often ncces saryJorlaborfng men to work in federations and these have become important factors of modern industrial life Both kinds of federation capitalistic and labor can do much good and as a necessary corollary they can both do evil Opposition to each kind of organization should take the form of opposition to whatever is bad in the conduct of any given corporation or unionnot of attacks upon corporations as such nor upon unions as such for some of the most farreaching beneficent work for our people has been accomplished through both corporations and unions Each must refrain from arbitrary or tyrannous Interference with the rights of others Organized capital and organized labor alike should remember that in the long run the interest of each must be brought into harmony with the interest of the general public and the conduct of each must conform to the fundamental rules of obedience to the law of individ ualfreedom and of justice and fair deal ing toward all Each should remember that in addition to powerltmuststrve after the realization of healthy lofty and generous ideals Every employer every wageworker must be guaranteed his liberty and his right to do as he likes with his property or his labor so long as he does not infringe upon the rights of others It is of the highest importance that employer and employe alike should endeavor to appreciate each the view point of the other and the sure disaster that will come upon both in the long run if either grows to take as habitual an Attitude of sour hostility and distrust toward the other Few people deserve bet ter of the country than those representatives both of capital and laborand there are many such who work continually to bring about a good understauning this kind based upon wisdom anduponbroad- and kindly sympathy between employers and employes Above all weneed to re member that any kind of class animosity In the political world is if possible even more wicked even more destructive to national welfare than sectional race or religious animosity CATHOLIC CENSUS In Irish and Catholic circles great interest is taken in the proposed religious census of London which is to be taken during the next six months by a body of 600 enumerators s ue idea is to take each borough oa one particular Sunday and count the number attending each place of worship DO matter what the denomination A difficulty has been foreseen in connection with the Catholic churches because mass is celebrated several times every Sunday morning the orlglnalldeabeingthatonlyoneKfVlcewas churches This difficulty can be easily got over u it will only entail a little extra attendance on the part of a few enumerators The total number of Cath olic cburckM in Loadob is biit lOOa1- ltold No Mottee will be im M tewn the enumeratiortwill tau place surprise iJltl befog the object in view so as to get at the normal attendance at church oa Sundays i u ft i rw 11ilP YM1II Popular and Able Men Who Will Direct This GroUt Societyl I The Three Louisville Councils 11av1rado Splendid Progress Installation of Newly Elected Officers Takes Place in 3IJanuary4 4 c PRESIDENT KIERCE PRAISES laCKIN I Mackin Council YM I elected officers at its meeting last Tuesday night It was the largest meetings ever leldby the council which Ilikewise the largest council in the Kentucky jurisdiction To the credit of the members they reelected President Frank Murphy and several other officers who have done hard work for the council luring the past year The newly elected officers will be installed at the first meeting in January Mackin Council has a capacious home on Twentysixth street near Slevin Thr building cost 5000 and so well have the members worked that they are now two years ahead on their notes They expect to complete the payments before September 10 1903 the tenth anniversary of the organization of the council The two committees having In charge the dances and euchres given this fall made their final reports which were in every way satisfactory The Visiting Committee reported Patrick Flynn Steve Gathof Herman Knipper and Pat Rider still on the sick list and Casper Manger entirely well A letter of con dolence was ordered sent Frank Anger meier on the death of his venerable fatherThe reading of a letter from Supreme President Kierce complimenting Mackin Council for its enterprise and club house which he declared second to none in the country elicited hearty applause Next the election of officers took place when the following excellent selections were madePresidentPrank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Born treager Second Vice President Hugh J lUg gins Financial SecetaryIJan Weber Recording Secretary George Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsTreasurerosepb StitUenpohl MarshalWilliam Shanghnessy Inside Sentinel Robert Osborn Outside Sentinel Pat Connellyt Medical Examiners Drs A R Bizot and Michael Casper Executive Committee Frank Burke Anthony Baurla Prank K Schmidt A Gi WeberandBen Sand Trinity Council Y M I had a rousing meeting Monday night when eight new members were initiated and four applications received This large in crease resulted from the gold prize offered recently the winner of which will be announced before the new year Henry Bosse Jr the only member on the sick list was reported improving Fol lowing the transaction of business of minor importance President Piazza announced the election of officers which resulted iu accordance with the predictions heretofore made In these columns The most import ret and exciting contest was for the Presidency and though Tom Garvey was succesful his competitor Mike Hill developed great strength and made a most creditable race Following is the complete list of officers elected for the year 1903 PresidentThomas J Garvey First Vice PresidentWm Hillericb Second Vice President E E Kelty Recording SecretaryChas B Sieved Corresponding Secretary Robert G GoebelFinancial SecretaryWilliam N Gast TreasurerJohn J Sullivan MarshalGeorge Dues Inside Sentinel Bernard Cunnlffe Outside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer CollectorClem Ellert PhysicianDr Phil G Beutel Jr LibrarianA G Schneider nsec tiveCommttteetbeo Droppel man Edward J Hosier Mike F Hill Clem Ellert Andrew lUcifer Messrs Sievert Goebel Gut and Sullivan were elected by acclamation and Messrs Droppe man and Hosier re ceiyed the votes of all the members Short but appropriate speeches followed the election The linstallation of officers will take place early ia January when the public will be invited to witness the interesting ceremony All the officers of Trinity are well known young men of the East End and they declare it 16 be their ambition to overtake Mackin Council conceded to be the strongest fa the Kentucky Jurisdic lion The Ladles Auxiliary have as sured Presidentelect Gahrey of their hearty cooperatUm whlcii indeed will prove a vital fOr and means renewed efforts forthe West Radars td maintain tbelrlel d SatoJH CouncilI wbfcSj represents the central part of the city has been making rapid strides of late awl U saU to be tI 1i 7 l now in better condition numerically and financially than ever before Its mem bership includes some of our best known professional and business 5ieni such as Councilman A J Smith tutornys Samuel Boldrick and Willjfperry Harry Colgan and William MctfalJy The regular meeting this ekaslm inter esting one and the announcement that a handsome gold emblem ief the Young Mens Institute would be 31 ven by Grand President Perry to the one securing the largest number of members during December started sevcralyoung men to work They will endeavor to have a big initiation in January Thannual elec thou of officers resulted ria fllows Chaplain Rev Father huhmann PresidentHarry Colgan First Vice President Will McNally Second Vice President James Perry Recording Secretary JoKn Fahey Financial Secretary George Kilconrse Corresponding Secretary WIll Ross TreasurerLouis Baker 5 MarshalCarl OBrecht Inside Sentinel Ed Pope Outside SentinelWilliam OSullivan Executive Commlttee jam Boldrick William OSullivan and Joseph Nally NEW FEATURE ii Adopted by JefferajonvlHe Hh bernians at Their Last Mooting M LAi meeting of Jeffersonvillea division oflthe Ancient Order of Hibernians was held last Tuesday night Among the mote prominent members and substantial citizens present were Barney con the Treasurer of Clark county Martin Fogarty Redmond Stanton Pat Dixon Mike Kenney Mar tin Goss John Kenney J hn A Kennedy and Dan McCarthy President Hogan occupied the chair Secretary John Gi Cole read reports tfpni the visit- Ing committee concerning tie sick members 3rThe members decided tofincrease the dues in order to meet the new rule recently andopted by the order in Indiana Hereafter upon tbe death ofa member the family of theJeceased will receive 200 from the State Board and 100 from his particular division There are 122 members in theitJeffersonville division and by each member paying twentyfive cents per weekdutiwill take only a short while to baye I0i in the treasury then the iftcreased dues will be suspended until tht 100 is hp plied to the purpose forfiwhch ItIs raised By this means itIl posajfele to have 100 in the treasury all the time John Cavanaugb Presidentelect of Division 3 of Louisville was present and made a short talk concerning his ex perience at the Irish fair and also told of the big meeting of Division 3 held on Monday night He invited ah the Jeff et sohville members to attend the meeting of Division 3 on December 16 Short talks were also made by Barney CoIl Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty Mike Kenney John Kenney Louis Constantine and Martin Cow The following committee was appointed to arrange for an appropriate St Patricks day celebration Redmond MCarthyWiltS COMETOSTAY Choral Society Permanently Organized Wednesday Evening The Choral Society is now a perma nent organization The members met in St Louis Bertrand Hall last Wednesday night and decided to keep up the society The membership is not limited to members of St Louis Bertrand parish Officers were elected as follows John J Crotty President Will Imorde Vice President Ed Pope Secretary Harry Blgley Treasurer Mrs Katie Newman and Philip Stark Musical Directors Will Imorde Chesley Searcey and Phil Coady Stage Managers It was determined to repeat the per formance of the Merry Milkmaids which made such a hit last spring This tuneful operetta will be given sonic time between Christmas and New Years day but the exact date has not been set The society will bold a reception for itt mem bers on January 1 Meetings will be held every Wednesday nights I POPULAR JACK MURPHY Jack Murphy of Jeffersonville the popular general yardmaster of the Pennsylvania lines in the Falls Cities was prevented from celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of his connection with that railroad last Week owing to the inclem ency of the weather He has issued in vitations to number of friends to attend a pittgpoag party In celebration eC the eveatHe will be assistedIB receiving by Redmond Stantea Barney Cojl and Martin Fogarty S HARI TO BEAT John ET Page Clerk ot the Jefferson Circuit Court has formally announced his candidacy for re lecttan subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr gebu served one terra M CierkaH4 he and his iaauy friends beli Ve he ahoaWUI 1 Indorsed tbyJieinclecteilto a scosi terni Jlr1ieo alway8 baum friendly to IrishAmericas xand has a sutabsi pf them af depwttw He will be a hard HMtio beat REDMOND Has Called Irish Blombcrs Back to the House of Corn mons Catholic Hierarchy Appoaled to Loaders on Educational Bill As Amended the Measure Is Decidedly Objccttonahle to Catholics COURT SCORES VIEW OF IT The welcome news came on Monday that the Irish members of Parliament who had absented themselves woutd re turn to the House of Commons at the call of John Redmond the recognized Irish leader and there aid in the passage of the educational bill now being con sidered before the House of Lords How ever it is more than probable that the educational bill will not be passed in Its present form On this subject Count Arthur Moore writing in the Irish Weekly Independent and Nation says The situation now is briefly this Serious if not vital amendments have been accepted First Enabling the County Council to prescribe the books to be used in Cath olic schools Fancy the children reading the history and sufferings of Ireland as travestied by Maxwell Hume or Froude Such an historical course might well produce a future generation of unprinci pled English political hacks but it is hardly likely to yield a crop of honest national Catholic sentiment If this be true of history and politics it is a thousand times truer in matters of re ligion and a mans education must indeed be laid on solid foundation who could resist a onesided and garbled per version of history from the ups of au unprincipled professor Second In the matter of repairs a heavy annual expenditure thrown upon these schQOls and upon that class of the community least able to bear it In the tIded place the actual religious teaching is to be left to the cqptrnl of a jury and six men two of whom may bel Protestants Jews or infidels Lord mund Talbot In a manly arid soldleri like speech tried to avert the danger But it was of no avail Would these amendments have been carried if the Irish members had been on the spot Would the nonconformist pack have yelped and snarled as they did if our members had been true to their colors and their pledges And now we come to matters more directly touching us in Ireland On Friday the financial clauses were reached the House went into tom mittee of Ways and Means to authorize a money grant lf education Still no Irish members Surely there is a corre spending grant due to Ireland Surely after thesefifty long years of weary wait ing for the settlement of the Irish University question which Irish fathers aud mothers have looked forward to with longing hopes surely now at long last the elected representatives of the people will put in an earnest an unanswerable plea for justice and fair play and see to itthat a sum proportionatein amount to the English grant is set aside and earmarked for the final solution of this question But no there is no appearance and matters are allowed as far as our representatives are concerned to go by default It will be remembered that when the educational bill was first broached that the members of the Irish Parliamentary party would have none of it They wanted to diverse the educational system from the Government They therefore purposely absented themselves in order to allow it to pass without their sanction Since then the matter has come up in the House of Lords wh re the amend meats referred to jjy Count Moore have been accepted Meanwhile Cardinal Logue Archbishop Walsh and many other of the Irish Bishops and priests started a crusade to oppose the passage of the bill in its amended form As has ever been the case in Ireland the leaders never turn their backs upon the faith of their fa thers they have hearkened to the voice of the hierarchy of Ireland and will return to the House of Commons to de feat the bill inJts mended form r ABBOT OBRECriT HOME The Right Rev Edmund M Obrecht Abbot of Gethsemani Monastery in Nelson county has returned home after an extensive trip through various mon asteries of the Trappist order in Europe The Right itev Abbot returns inj much better health On his voyage to Europe be met Charles M Schwab the famous millionaire steel magnate Mr Schwab was at one time a pupil of one of the monks now a member of the Trappist order at Cxethsemanil Mr Schwab prom Ife4 to visit Gethsesiasi for quiet and rest when lie cornea back from Europe p LOUISVILLE GIRLS SUCCESS UiM Katie Shay a Loakville girl aiBSeL her recent debpt U attaining sac CMS on the stage At present Slit is makldg a great hit iu the South She ii- pliyiHthe is iflgeaae part Jk A Wise WQman II Dnd 1K w tile a company has placed fO crowded houses at Vicksburg Iron there she will accompany the company t6 IKe Pacific coast She may return to Louisville to visit her mother after the Christmas holidays Miss Shay Is a daugher of MrsMC Shay of 308 East Walnut street She is a graduate of the academy atNazareth and mthe Chicago Musical College Miss Shay Is an unusually bright girl arid has a host of admirers who are glad to hear of her success 1 1 WOMANS RIGHTS JUdgo TonevLaysDownthe Law on the Sub Joct Not only the bench and bar but the entire city of Louisville has reason to be proud of the legal ability intelligence and wit of Judge Sterling B Toney The honored Judge is a walking cyclo pedia of high sounding phrases and with it all sees the ludicrous side of a law point In a decision rendered by him last Saturday Judge Toney points out the fact that In Kentucky a woman is a mere chattel her husband is always responsible for her debts unless there is an antenuptial agreement The case that brought forth this plain and yet humorous opinion was a suit of the Central Kentucky Asylum against F S Beeler for 1000 for the maintenance Lula Beeler his wife for a period oi five years Judge Toney holds Bceler liable in the following language The martial relations at common law between husband and wife quo ad their property rights have been abolished in Kentucky by statute The doctrine of merger is reversed and the gray mare is the better horse In every legal contest between husband and wife he Is the under dog in the fight If she have estate and he none he is a pensioner on her bounty and it is only ex gratia be may enter the back door of her mansion I know a matronheiress sailing in her yacht in the Mediterranean Sea while her husband is in the poorhouse He is not entitled to her personal property nor to her rents nor to her earn ings nor to anything that is hers and is not even allowed to give her a mild Blackstonian chastisement to keep her in a good humor The common law baron is dethroned and the ewe enthroned in every legal right and advantage over him Doure and curtesy are abolished in Kentucky Notwithstaudlngihe total disruption of marital status of property rights lhlls and and wife at common law tbebusbaJJJepoo r fellow Iis still liable for her torts Let gossip and her spring and tall hats and a forllore for her necessaries whether furnished by the State if she is Insane or by sonic other mans Iifshe is not ia the asylum ELECTION OF OFFICERS Held Last Monday Night by Unity Council In New Albany Unity Council Young Mens Institute of New Albany opened its regular monthly meeting Monday evening with President Charles Cheap presiding The fact that the annual election of officers was to take place brought out such a large attendance of members that it was necessary to hold the meeting in St Josephs Hall After forty additional members had been added to the bene ficiary class the Visiting Committee made the gratifying report that not one of the 250 members had been sick or incapacitated during the past month The question of appointing a committee and raising funds for a new club house was discussed but final action was de ferredWhen President Cheap announced ready for the election the han was crowded and much interest was manifest Though many wanted the incumbent to serve another term he firmly declined Rev Dean Falter was chosen Chaplain and Peter Splckett a well known and hustling member of Unity Council was elected President by acclamation For the other officer the contests were exciting but friendly especially those for Second Vice President and Recording and Corresponding Secretary in which James OHara the popular letter carrier and Peter Pfeffer the baker finally won- outby handsome majorities The other officers chosen were as follows First Vice President Andy Hlnkebein Iinan clal Secretary William Receuver Treas urer Charles Moser Marshal Joseph Trudeau Inside Sentinell Charles Zeller Outside Sentinel Edward James Messrs Charles Cheap Peter Fetter Marcus Hid F A Ki chendorfer and Charles Pfeffwere named tot the Executive Committee This roster of officers insures Units remaining the banner council of the Indiana Jurisdiction All are good men and earnest workers always active Iin Tf M I affairs The members will ap irpach holy communion in a body on Sunday December 2L LOUIS BAUERS PAST Louis Bauer the popular bookkeeper of Oerteis Butchettown Brewery gave the brewery employee a treat Monday evcniag He killed two bogs aggregat lag In weight 760 pounds From these a Was made a huge cauldron of metre soup which was gteatly enjoyed by the employes Speeches ware made during the prograea of the feast by John F Oertdj William ReaL Lob Sauer mod oUwrs I HIGHCLASS Ball and Reception to be Given by the IrlshAmcrlcuii Society t f J p tLEvents ot Years Ago itecaUed by the Proposed New if Feature III Another Batch of Good Men Be come Members of the to Society EXCELLENT COMMITTEE APPOINTED Rain sleet and snow failed to keep away the member of the IrishAmerican appearedthatprised to see his neighbor there Some thing was doing all the time too Best of all It determinedwas to give an en tertainment in the near future that will attract the attention of the ladles that is the wives daughters sweethearts and staters of the members President John J Flynn occupied the chair and protibrentevening were Joe Nevin Pat Welch McGillicuddyDenny ConwayThomasThomas Walsh The following nw members were elected Redmond Stan rtyEdwardAfter matters of routine had been disposed of the members resolved that it was up to them to do something to show societythatfree discussion it was determined to givr a ball and reception at an early date probably on Washingtons birthday as openlngolLentcan Society are all family men and they will not permit of anything less than a highclass affair Tom Tarpey Joe Nevin PatWelshMinogue James OConnor Steve He Elliott Tom Conway Mike McGilli cuddy and Tom Claire were appointed a committee with fun power to makelar rangemenis for the ball Years ago the Sarsfield Rifles a mpst excellent I orgnIn St Patricks ulgurh y jwere always wellattended and hy the best cJssi of vpeople because the members of this organization were all men of families and who wanted a respectable class of people present Tickets were not sold Indiscriminately Only highclass people paidthemaTch to Irish martial music than which there is nonebetter There were waltzes schottisches polkas etc for the younger element and plenty of jigs reels hornpipes etc for the elders or for all who cared to take part Now this is just the kind of a ball the Irish American Society proposes to give and with this committee to draft the plans it will certainly be success The commit tee will make its report on December 18 when the other members will be called upon to do their part In backing up the committees work CHRISTMAS GIFTS Presented to the Orphan Asylums by the Jubilee Committee The Finance Committee appointed by the General Committee that had charge of the arrangements for the golden sacer BishopMcCloskey week Chairman Frank A Geher Michael J Duffy John J Doyle Jeremiah presentTreasurer 330 left over and above the expenses and over the 1000 originally intended to be presented to time Right Rev Bishop The committee decided to distribute this 330 share and share alike between the St Vincents St Josephs and Catholic Colored Orphan Asylums This decision meets with the full approval of the laymen the priests and of the Right Rev Bishop As a result each of these insti tutions will receive a nice Christmas gift cf110 Goers poor are not forgotten KNOWS RIGHT THING Frank Leonard who is in business at Seventeenth and Kentucky streets is preparing to give each of his friends and customers an appropriate Christmas gift Mr Leonard is deservedly popular be cause he always does the right thing fa the right place pp 6 PLEASANT SMOKER The Press AssItauts and Job Press mena Union No 29 gave a smoker o their mends and members at Gehhanla Hall last night George DJtsch elaled byHenryJohn Schneider the noted German ora ior Cigariand refreshments both liquid and solid were served jn abuwl uuc and a Reueial good time fevailed 1 KrtJCKY IRISH J lIIgRIOAN KENTU6KY ntlBH iMi 16MAatis srr J noted to the Morel egd SoclelyesAdvaecent t1 twl1 f W z WILLXA1U 111 IKIIQGIZJ P 2tbileaaveri- UE5CRiPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COpy sc- llatered attbe Leplsrttle Poatofrico all SCCoa4Clasa tttort- deceatdl c rakatlellltetlie KENTUCKY IRISII AMeRlcANaz Wut Oreu street UNION I TRe0E5 earl COUNCIL LOUISVIiLn Ky SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1902 TOO MUCH PARTISANISM That there is little respect for law or authority or confidence in any one especially public officials fact fraught withIs a deplorable danger to our peace safety and future as a government Any policy advocated by a political party or individual every act and utterance of public officials even decisions of Judges are praised or condemned not on their merits conformity to law equity or the public good but wholly from sa partisan standpoint and to main tain such view the subject is not infrequently misconstrued if not absolutely misrepresented To af fect public opinion is the purpose and to attain or maintain Individual or political interests regardless of right or wrong is the object The result is not only confusion as to the right or wrong of it but a growing disrespect for and loss of confidence in those who administer government exercise authority pass laws and control public affairs A case in point is the clamor over three decisions by Louisville Judges of important constructions of law relative to gambling and prizefighting What is the law is about the most important ques tion upon which Judges pass and to the people who favor upholding the law such decisions are the guide as well as protection That Judges may and do err is a fact and a proper criticism of their decisions is not only proper but tends to rectification of error and a correct final interpretation But- when such criticism favorable or 1 otherwise ignores t 1 law argu ments and atiSJuriues does not f consider it from a legal standpoint but wholly from the basis of inter ests benefited or injured by the decision it is partisanism off a kind tending to outlawry and its purpose is to attain success for the interest involved legally if possible but success at any odds It is indeed a serious matter to charge or intimate that a Judge is influenced in his decisions by partisan or sinister motives that he decides the law to be other than he really believes it to be after a fair hearing due study and consideration and the editors and prominent officials and attorneys who generally originate such insin nations and write such criticisms do not sincerely believe it If they did such a Judge would most certainly be charged directly and Jn the property with malfeasance in office and his impeachment and removal demanded and insisted upon That they do not pursue such a courseonly the more clearly proves that their real purpose is to influence the public that they may in some way further their selfish or party interests by upholding their own interests or hampering those of their opponents Partisan ism whether it be ofpolitics or the individual is becoming too gener ally the basis of approving or condemning public matters that affect not ouly one party or one crass of iv people but the whofe people of all parties and all classes A DIRTYSHEET Americam Industries is the name of the organ of an association of manufacturers claiming to speak of by arc for the manufacturers of the United States Despite its i pretensions like the three tailors of Tooley street it speaks for a- very p r small portion and a disreputa hie proportion of the manufacturers of this countrythat portion of the Beer stripe who are seeking by etcry dishonorable sllnderous big r n f oted and false means to array the manufacturing and commercial in terests against lnborunipns flies manufacturers are well know fortheir methods and can be pointe out in every community and to tbe credit of the manufacturers of the United States this element is quit small We have not the space to note the general balckguardism contained in this sheet including a set mon by a minister if you please but the following in reference to the President of the United Mine Work ers is a sample of the whole Bishop Potter calls Mitchell one of the finest men he ever metjjudg ing him I suppose on the accepted ecclesiastical basis when he domj nates him one of the finest Others big people and small in the coa mining country call him the mos dangerous demagogue which this country has ever known pointing out the fact that he is descended from a long line of Jesuits and that he has maintained for the last few years a most delicate and difficult position at the hands of his hun dreds of thousands of foreigners by means of a kind of indescribable mixture of boldness cunning and insincerityJohn has shown what kind of a man he is during the an thracite troubles and he has earned the respect of the American people generally including manufacturers notwithstanding the fact that he is an Irish Catholic descended from along line of Irish Catholics American Industr iesJshoald be excluded from the United States mails asr an obscene and libelous publication VILLAINY EXPOSED A JJranciscan Fatherj l writing from Manila to the Catholic Moni tor says the New Filipino church is led by Problete and Reyes two Filipinos more dangerous to the country than all other calamities These are the same men who or ganized the demonstration against the friars and filled the press with silly stories about them Their followers during the war captured Franciscans holding them as pris nerd subjected to crued indigni ties till released by the Americans Of the charge that the Franciscans held large land possessions he says the order nor any of its members have never held any property whatever in their three hundred years in the Philippines Thus the villainy and hypocrisy of the Filipino patriots and native Catholics is being exposed When the Com mission representing the United States and Rome make report it will doubtless open the eyes of the American people and somewhat confuse those who have zealously pleaded the cause circulated the slanders and unconsciously justified he rascality of the persecuted Filipinos CALL A HALT The IfOui aville Tobacco Ex change has made this city the by12dhit was establishedto insure and guarantee honest conduct of the tobacco trade and further its inter estsBut when the Exchange is controlled and used to restrict and hamper trade in the interest of a combination of tobacco manufacturers it departs from its purpose a becomes a menace and injury to Kentuckys lleading staple and trade ItS effort tqpVeyenttthe establishment qf additional tobacco warehouses by4fusing to admit the Toole Tobacco Company o membership seems to be such a theme and 44- U 4- n the Exchange is prop j A r pE eriyfUWi dohn dl The Horn managersjustly cjaimed lthey were bengunfajrljrtreiited and aptalc promptlyVi 1announce1 session of the Legislature is necessary to check the inovbo shut oil t firms desiring to go into business in the State t1 Ueapprove of con binations of 3ibtgsitiess men and manufacturers just as we do eof workingmen to protect and advance their legitimate interests but when such combinations are used to deny to others legitimate rights to the detriment of genera trade they hould be called to i halt promptly and emphatically Gov Beckham deserving of commendation for his decision and explicit declaration in this matter and if other officials were equally firm and outspoken on such issues trade manufactures and labor would fare better in this State ENGLAND ALARMED English contractors in railroad building and similar work are alarmed Several American firm obtained contracts in England by underbidding the home contractors and have Americans superintend ing the work They advertised for labor at twelve cents per hour nine hours per dayreversing the English order of nine cents per hour twelve hours per day The English contractors chuck led at the prospective resul of financial loss to the Yanke contractor taking the work cheaper increasing wages 33 percent and reducing the day 25 percent But their best workmen lef them to work for the Americans am they are short in laborers But what aggravates them is bbservatiot proves that the American contractors shorter day and better pair laborers do more work in nine hours than the English contract ors laborers do in twelve Th American contractors will all make money and worse still theEnglisl laborers are beginningi to t gitati for shortcrhbursand more wages Against this innovation the English employers are seeking to unite anc llook about for some means of checking lest it revolutionize the industries to the curtailing of profits depression of business anc bankruptcy of the manufacturer and contractors The most important questions to come before Congress are the trusts and the relations of capital and labor in the industries The first should be regulated so as to fully protect legitimate corporations and trade while restricting the illegiti mate use of corporatepowers in the injury of trade and oppression pi bepeopleThe second demands the fullest protection to capital and labor employer and employe in their just rights the restraining of both from injustice to the other and provision for some way of peacefully adjusting differences without contention strikes inter ruption of industries and business to the loss of both disturbance of the peace cost to the Government inconvenience and injury to the public Neither question is in any sense political and should not be considered or settled on any such basis He who injects political partisanism into these subjects may be a devoted pay man but is an enemy of the people The trusts tad capital and labor Should be discussed and Acted upon from a purely business bastsf with due regard for inherent rights and the sole object to restrain all within proper bounds protecting and pro moting the interests of the law abiding punishing the unlawful and guaranteeing the advancement of the people in commercial and in dustrial pursuits and protecting them from extortion and oppression The Louisville HeraldCdmmer cial the successor of the Commer dal issued its first number Thurs day It show great improvement iq everyiespect Indicating what the- paper is to be The new manage sent is much hampered by the non arrival of new material and tdachinN ery besides the usual drawbacks of tl new new venture 8iit takes u tt je and nractlcatiworklngto 9e cluectborough f equipmentamFo smooth rutting of4 affairs as well as organization aud discipline ojf forces lit various deparfmepfs Tlili management promise tq Rive the I public a firstclass i VIi f per itI every respect and their start under great disadvantages shows thatI they intend to do it As fast asI things can be gotten into shape the HeraldCommercial will beim proved and enlarged The French National Assembly is in session In the Chamber of Deputies Premier Combes presents a list of fiftyfour religious whir he desires declared unauthorized communities This his first officio communication was greeted with hisses groans and derision It wa referred to a committee When reported there are likely to be lively times in the French Assembly A Kentucky bull is itl in the Chicago live stock exposition In size weight and all the points he surpasses anything entered frgt any of the cattle sections Ken tucky would Oftener be to the II front if her people had enouglh getup to let the world know wha they produce The present session of Congress is called the short session be cause being the last session of this Congress it can not extend beyond 12 oclock noon of March 4 when the terms of all the members of the House of Representatives and one thirst of the Senators expire The electric heaters in the street cars are not appreciated by the public because they are minus the heat Perhaps the company iis waiting for zero weather to give the heaters a good test 1 SOCIETY 91B9G FrdulfCavanaugh of Jeffersonville is ill at his home 508 Illinois avenue Misses Maggie Judge and Blanche Cross left Monday for a trip to New York City v Miss Annie Searcy is home from Law renceburg where she visited Mrs C W Petty Mrs JohnJ Schulten entertained a euchre at Mountain Ferry Park Tuesday afternoon Miss RoseHudson has been spending a week at Lancaster as the guest of Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Carrie Hitter has been spending the past week at Bloomfield with Mrs E E McMabon t Messrs Lawrence Hackett and Will Leahypavebeen spending a week hunt ing in Nelson county a popular Hibernian of Jeffereonvvillec Is able to be out after an illness of several weeks Mfes Lena Foley a pretty Madlsonville girl was here this week C6 visit her brother James B Foley Mrs Edward Farrell of Columbus Ind spent several days this week visit ing friends iin Jeffersonville Mrs Martin Phelan who was here visiting Mrs John Riehm has returned to her home at Seymour Ind Misa Rita Harcourt of this city was one of the guests of honor at the dance of the Lebanon Dance Club last week Mrs Fanny Wessell is expected home today from Memphis where she has been visiting her sister Mrs W G Wilkerson Miss Nellie Lillis a popular Frankfort girl has been enjoying delightful visit with the Misses McAuliffe in Jefferson ville The friends of James ONeill of Illinois avenue Jeffersonville are glad to learn that beta able to walk without crutches Mr and MrslDanlel R fterjfwhp re turned last week from an extended wedding trip are at home to their friends at 1600 Seventh street SMisa Frances Soaper whqqwas last week the goat of Mm Neville Bullitt has left for her home in Henderson after a most enjoyable visit Among the welcome visitors of the past week was John McCloskejr of Pittsburg who is here as the guest of his father Mr ephMcCloakey Miss Anita Muldoon arrived home this week from gt lLouIsiWjMre she was the guest of Mrs Harry Miller a society leader of the Moued City The ladles of New Albany have pOet poned the series of eachree given weeklyl for tome months past iforStEdwards Hospitai until after the holidays r Miss Elizabeth Mansfield has returned from CbvIngteB wbereiftespeiit Thanks lying with JAM EthelI Wftlers who entertaitUd with a Dutch luncheon inter lrooor r i lJ tX T3Thursday FrMny and Salardny Might BtidlSturilay Matinee BERTHA GALLAND In Hugoa PowcifulRomancet NOTREDAMEats HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATE MATINEES felB EVEN1NOS Sill SEE NEXTOYEEKS D- IGVAUDEVILLES I IShow Every Act a lilt Another grand olioIntroducing Grape win and Chinee in r The Awakening of Pipp Genaro and Bailey Artie Hall Three Walsys Phyllis Allen Lozelli Tom Hefron and the Biograph All are acknowledged sta- rsBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCIN3 SUNDAY DEC 7 lUtlniet Snaky Monday Wedneidar Saturdi HARRY W WILLIAMS Imperial BurlesquerI Presenting an up to date musical review in two acts entitled TWO OLD SHORTS Augmented by an allstar olio of warm pebbles from the vaudeville beach Misses Sadie Davis and Rose Halle two favorites in New Albany societ circles arrived home this week from Seymour where they spent Tbauksgii ing visiting friends and relatives Officer Martin McCue fell from a streetcar at Twentyeighth and Portland avenue and received painful but not necessarily serious injuries His many friend will be glad to know that he will be out within a few days The many friends of Mr Henry Levy of the Levy Bros will rejoice with his family at the welcome news that the critical period of his long illness bas been passed His physicians now hop for his speedy recovery Mr and Mrs Robert Pitcher celebrated their wooden wedding anniversary last Monday evening at their home 1711 Edward avenue They were the recip ients of many congratulations and unique mementoes of the happy occasion Thomas Kenney a valued employe o the Chicago Milwaukee and St Pau Railroad with headquarters in Chicago who has been visiting his mother his brother Mike and other relatives In Jeffersonville left for home Wednesday nightMrs John J Scbulten entertained a number of her friends at a euchre at Fountain Ferry Park pn Tuesday after noon Mrs Schulten is an admirable hostess and her entertainments an always well attended A delightfu luncheon was served after the euchre Mrs Mike Finegan of Ninth and Kentucky will arrive home tomorrow from Nashville where she spent the pas month visiting relatives and friends During her stay in the Bluff City shi received much social attention and was the guest of honor at several receptions Little James Cunningham son of Mr and Mrs Joe Cunningham of 1612 Wes Walnut street is confined to his horn with typhoid fever He has been con fined for the past two weeks but tbe doctor says his condition is very favor able which will be glad news to thi many friends of the family Dan McCarthy the popular Jefferson vine tinder received a handsome pres ent Thanksgiving day He is stil returning thanks She will be chris tened a week from next Sunday and wit be known as Miss Alice McCarthy Mother and child are doing well and friends are calling daily at 627 Indiana avenue Jeffersonville to extend their congratulations Jacob Clemens one of the oldest and most respected of our GermanAmerica citizens fell last Saturday and received injuries which have since incapaciate trim for duty Mr Clemens attended mass at St Boniface church and slipped while leaving the edifice falling heavily on his shoulder Owing to his advanced age he is about seventy it was feared hi would be permanently injured However it turns out to be only a painful bruise His many friends are glad to learn that he is getting along nicely JOHN ANGERMEIER DEAD John J Angermeier the well known dealer in shoes died at his home 1421 West Jefferson street last Saturday nigtit Mr Angermeier was fifty four years of age and was highly respected The funeraltook place from St Patricks church at 10 oclock on Tuesday morn- Ing High mass was celebrated by Very Rev Father Cronin assisted by Fathers Dominic Crane Gallagher and Kellaher the funeral sermon was preached by Father Crane who in paying a fitting tribute to the dead man deferred to the fact that he Father Crane had officiated as assistant priest at the marriagdof the deceased Mr Angermeier is survived by four children two sons and two daughters The sons are Harry J Angermeier teller in the German Bank and Frank F Angermeier who was associated with his father in the shoe business NEW LAW FIRM James C QCotnor Warwick Miller anll William J OConnor hive associated hemselves for the general practice of rw under the firm pains of OConnor tiller OConnor Their offices will bejn rooms 321 and 922 Kentucky Title B uifding All three are popular young lawyers and jnen of high standing Man must takethe worldaa he finds t and bet Uleave H fa jpretty much hfc same condition 1 tL ti= 1 a rte We are the most extensive dealers In Pianos In the State of Kentucky We adjoiningSlates THE FINEST PIANO STORESouth of the Ohio river We have the greatest Hue of HIGHGRADE PIANOS ever handled by a single firm We have the most elegantl instru ments ever displayed for the holiday trade We want you to inspect them MONTENEGRO RIEHM MUSIC COMPANY 628630 FOURTH AVENUE o I ee lONE MORE WEEK sae I IIOFSPECIAL PRICESI sAT LEVYSI fancyIICHOICEof all our mens finest suits for 1750 regular 2750 25 24 and 2250 values Like bargains in boys clothing and in shoes hats and I nightDecember ENOS SPENCER President and Expert daaunLnL UtlOA Nttieaal 8tH BuildingMAINMAINLOUISVILLE KY IForI I Business College I ti iE4t l t i l 1 IIaaeRI 11I flt Illl a 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and see us before ordering eesr ts THE CHEj4PEsr bookeeprnqPHIPenmanship tfibrfhaniT an o fygeufrtfiny v TeleyraJty n trend Ntz- fa14Jue j W u vuifiviucjiy inSevenWalnut streets The finest and best arrangedour new home N E Cor Second and yearStudentsLargest Insurance Company In the World Assets 300000000 JERRY KING SPECIAL AGENT NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 515 East Gray St Louisville Ky This is the only insurance company that sells policies incontestible from date of issue MUSICm PUPILS WWANTED- FOR Ml GUITAR MANDOLIN Most thorough instruction and reasonable terms Address Music this office EUGENE LoUis R CARRAROS CAFE WET GOODS AND SMOKERS TELEPHONE 761 N E Cor Third and Green PflfR M NORIOT 8SONS WAGONN MMANUFACTURERSC- arriage N Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER St Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requinng about half teed 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 808 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs 61 March 161 April 206 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 iOPYRIGHTS Ac lending a tketeb and description marp Anyone certaIn our opinion tree w ether IU- IIllyentlon LiOnIIMmtlYOOIIldeuUaL prohabl Hndbookeoonrauaau sent free Oldest encrforaewrtog Ptent reetfepNfalefrwithoutoberseIat ScRttiiflc flmwoan A kjm4 mtr fll trti weekl jr Lreett atr anT 1tIItI rntIIo ItJa iI8tsteat I11lDeioi rr r o Dont Trust To Luck to get rich SAVE part of your earnings Thats the SURE way The KY TITLE SAVINGS BANK FIFTH COURT PLACE lends you a little bank which helps you keep up a savings Opendailydays until 7 p m WM NORTON SON 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 CB THOMPSON FLORISTu ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Telephone 1050 261 West Jefferson Street All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed C SCHNEIDER DEALER It CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 C F BRANDENBURG DEAlER IN CHOICE OYSJERS FISH GAME AND POULTRY 509 Fifth Street Kentucky Market All Orders Filled Promptly HERRMANN BROSIM- PQRtKRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORSI Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken- tackyWhiskleespecially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street JOHN SULLIVAN SEL- tsKrNDLING WOOD AWDUST JLjriJ MKADIA Talepsoee1868e rle rth U n J RECENT DEATHS Mrs Margaret Burke the aged and be diedII at the family residence 1027 Eighth I street at 6 oclock Tuesday evening I The funeral took place from the Cathe dral of the Assumption at 10 oclock Thursday morning The interment was in St Johns cemetery Mrs Burke Was a well known lady and a devout Christian Hundreds of friends have extended their sympathy to Miss Mollie in her great bereavement Prank B Paul aged sixtyfive years died at his home 1412 Everett avenue last Friday Mr Paul was an estimable gentleman and a devout Catholic He had been In the employ of B F Avery Sons for more than fifty years and at the time of his death was the oldest man in point of service in the employ of the firm He was a molder by trade and an excellent workman His funeral took place from St Brigids church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon Ferdinand Schupp aged slxtytwo years died at his home 622 East Gray street last Tuesday afternoon Mr Schupp was a member of the firm of Schupp Schmidt furniture dealers He had suffered from Brights disease for several years He was a well known German American and leaves several grown children among them Joe Schupp one of the popular turnkeys at the County jail and George Schupp a policeman The funeral took place from St Martins church at 9 oclock Thursday morning Mrs Margaret Lawson died at the residence of her soninlaw Orrie E Whallen 731 West Jefferson street last Monday morning The deceased was well known in Louisville where abe had lived for more than half a century She had been ill several months as a result of a severe attack of pneumonia The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Mrs Lawson leaves three children Mrs William Jones Mrs John G Bills and Mrs Orrie E Whallen The remains were placed in the vault in St Johns cemetery Mrs Agnes Lambert widow of Albert Lambert died at the family residence 2531 Duncan street last Saturday morn ing Mrs Lambert was sixtyfour years old and had lived in Louisville more thanJJ forty years She leaves seven children all grown They are Albert Adam and William Lambert Miss Rosie Lambert Mrs Mamie Bloemer Mrs Kate Thomas and Mrs Lizzie Hale Mrs Lambert had many friends who sympathize with the family in their bereavement The funeral took place from St Anthonys church Monday morning The inter ment was in St Michaels cemetery HOUSEHOLD HINTS Stockings too small are soon worn into holesCheap black stockings are a delusion and a snare Thin stockings should be darned with fine worsted Never parboil a turkey before roasting It takes from the flavor of the meat After bloodstains have been well saturated with kerosene wash in cold water I Use lemon juice and salt to remove iron rust ink and mildew on white Roods To thicken clear soup use pearl tap iota Let it boil clear and then add to the soup A wide and shallow tea kettle is a good thing to have in the kitchen It boils water in a hurry When boiling a pudding in a cloth put a plate beneath it to prevent any chance of its sticking to the saucepanII Chop hard boiled eggs fine mix withII mayonnaise and spread on bread YouI will not want a daintier sandwich tbanI thisVinegar water cleans and brightens gilt frames Use onefourth vinegar to threefourths water and apply with a soft brush An effective remedy for a bonefelon is an ounce of asafetida steeped in a pint of hot vinegar the finger to be dipped in it frequentlyTo the silver spoons and forks in everyday use rub them with a cloth dipped in baking soda then polish them with a piece of chamois leather To make mock crab cut thin slices of cheese mash with a fork to a paste and add vinegar mustard and pepper spread on crackers or make sandwiches To clean and remove all stains from enamel rub well with rough salt moist ened with vinegar This will clean equally well enameled pots and pans no matter how burnt or discolored Indigestion is a breeder of disease but may be cured by mixing one dram of powdered cafumba root half dram of corbonate of soda onedram of ground ginger These divide into twelve powders and take one In a little milk three times a day Iron grates and other metal furnitur- may be preserved and kept bright when out of use by painting with a thick paste of fresh lime and water Use a fine brush and smear the line op as thickly as possi ble over all polished surfaces Even ifs house be closed the ironwork will be safe without further attention When tbe handles of steel knives be come loose or come off they can be easily mended with rosin Pour a little pow dered rosin into the handle of the knife then heat the part of the knife which fits into the handle until it is red hotr and then thrust it quickly into the hen 1I wJiIbefot1nSoap is a useful preventive of blisters OR the feet Before suiting foe n long tramp protect yourself by pooping the feet of the stockings on the inside Poi a bllatered heel a useful application k wade of a little yellow soap wade lute a paate with water and Wd cm tile place Per broken blisters oa the hard or feett sine eiptmont ie vryrtseEnh- N J o t Written for the Keatacky Itl h American IRISH CAROLS List tothe banshees songl It floats the whole night long Across the wooded glen The native bog and Len It swells the sighing breeze Through hawthorn bush and trees That bow their heads and sigh As the plantive song goes by OhlI hear the song of the lark As it lifts from the thicket dark So clear so sweet and true As it sails to the heavenly blue it pours from its warbling throat An endless joyous note As an angels song were given To lose its adagio in heaven ObI the glorious song of the thrush Hiding away in the brushl In hissombre coat of brown As he warbles sway from town To tbe copse where the fairies dwell Mid the haws that he loves so well To the fort on thetop of the hill Neglected but hallowed still These are the songs we henr So sweet to the listening ear Their memories softly stir The exiles heart afar But oh I thesougs of the Isle That so many a grief beguile That envelop the heart with glee Are the dearest of all to me Happy and innocent gay With a blitheness that comes to stay Till sorrows mournful keen And more solemn face is seen Then the pleasure and gladness ObI so quickly turn to sadness And the anguish of the soul Grows as deep as oceans roll But the lute is notunstrung Though its silence may be long Still its golden strings resound When a tender touch is found That will waken all the glory Of the beauteous oldtime story Small wonder is itthe exile longs For his Island and her songsA N C EXCELLENT Men Elected Officers of Division 3 Ancient Qrder of Hibernians Financial Condition Sound and McmborsuipOrowlnr Rapidlyt- s Young Men Forge to the Front Rank and Era of Pros perity Assured J dLARGEST MEETING OF THE YEAR j The distinction of holding the first election of officers under the new con stitution of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians which makes the term two years instead of one belongs to Division 3 which met Monday night at Nelligans Hall Nineteenth and Portland with the largest and most enthusiastic attendance during the past year nearly all the recently initiated members being present President Lawrence Mickey presided and dispatched the business rapidly Besides receiving the transfer card of Thomas Howaad ex State Treasurer of Ashland whose division has gone out of existence andelecting Martin Scanlan to member ship ten applications were received and referred to committees After the report of the Visiting Committee that there were none on the sick list the election of officers took place with the following resultpresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice President Thomas Quinn Recording Secretajrr Patrick Welsh Financial Secretary VilHaai Burns TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley SentinelEdward Mackey Standing CommitteeGeorge Daniels Lawrence J Mackey Michael Sheehan Stephen J Riley and Thomas H Hayes Short speeches were made by President elect Cavanaugh and his colleagues They expressed appreciation for the honors be stowed upon them and promised a con tinuance of the gOOwork of their pre decessors A resolution was adopted set ting aside Monday night December 15 for initiatory exercises at Hibernian Hall Seventh and Market streets and invita tations were ordered sent to the officers and members of all the divisions in the three Falla Cities to attend Before adjourning feeling and instruct ive talks were made by County President Pat Sullivan and exState Secretary James Coleman who congratulated the division on its officers and the steady ine teresting meeting was brought to a close ety1alli e The Harp That Once Through Taras Halt and For Freedom and Ireland HERB FOR THE UNION James M Lynch President of the In ternational Typographical Union was here for a few day this week in the interest of the local union Before his departure lie expressed himself as highly pleased withihe recall of his visit and paid the officers of Typographical Union No 10 a high tribute for their earnest and careful work I Several more offices have entered tkeutfiba fold sad the rest are expected to aigEjjthc scale1 very soon Mr Lyach ia not paly thoroughgoing bula M man but ai indefatigable hurt ler M well 4j Wb i sort of BMia are always above beard CW Haenr Wko is the ltiuatieIrrr record TItof wind I 0 U a HINTS ON STYLE In all kinds of dress decoration black and white is conspicuously in evidence andespecially chic with a little tuck pale blueCrewel embroidery is another one of the special novelties in trimming on tailormade gowns This work is done by hand Smaller hats are promised but as yet there is nothing very pretty in sight The hat which has that illusive quality called style is large and flat The most popular shapes in all hats is the large one which projects over the face but is raised in the crown so that the hair is seen all around the face Any stitches which can be classified under the head of embroidery are in order this season find what form they assume seems to make very little difference if they are only well done All phases of fashion from the simple tailor gown to the most elaporate cos tume has an inning this season with fluffy fleecy effect in the lead Every thing we wear from petticoats to hats is fluffySilk cord in varying sizes is used as a finish for plain and spotted velvet which is applied on cloth gowns in bands and points The cord is sewn around the edges and may match the spot or the ground In color Felt hats soft and fine and the silky hats of rough beaver are great favorit this season especially with the youn esg women in either black or white An fur brims with lace or velvet crowns are decidedly the mode Fashion improves on the natural out line of the figure by spreading out and pinching in wherever it is necessary to produce the required silhouette and the art is in the discrimination since one rule of the treatment will not apply to every woman One of the fads this season is to wear a light hat with a dark brown and a dark hat with a light brown Brown and white is a good combination anti especially pretty with a cream cloth gown For example a hat of fleecy cream white cloth has a trimming of brown vevet and silk roses with a knot and tie of brown chiffonThe complete gown with skirt bodice aud coat is the correct thing just at the moment yet it need not be all of one material The idea of having the bodice made in some way that will stamp it as exclusively a part of the costume and not a separate waist to be worn with any skirt is the one which must be kept in mind AIACAULEYS For the last half of next week Manager Macauley announces the appearance of another gifted young star Miss Bertha Galland who will appear in a dramatization of Victor Hugos powerfulromance Notre Dame The supporting company is a strong one and comes with all the stage accessories used in New York BUCKINGHAM Harry W Williams Jrs Imperial Burlesquers are billed for the Buckingham Theater next week This aggrega tion of stars will present an uptodate EDNA URLINE musical review in two acts entitled The Old Sports This will be aug mented by an allstar olio of vaudeville artists There will be the usual matinees on Sunday Monde Wednesday and Saturday WANTED TilE PRIESTS CURE An Irish priest was standingat a corner of a square about the hour of din ner when one of his countrymen observ ing the worthy father in perplexity thus addressed him Oh Father OLeary how is your Rev erenceUMightyput out Pat was the reply Put out whod put your Reverence oat- SAh you dont understand This i just it I am invited to dine at one of the houses in this square and I have forgotten the name and never looked at the number and BOW it is 7 oclock ClOh is that a11 was the cry Jist nowbe airy your Reverence Ill settle that for you So saying the good natured Irishman went round the square glancing in at every kitchen and when he discovered a fire that denoted hospi tality he knocked at the door and inquired Is rather OLeary here As might be expected again and again he was repulsed At length an angry foot man exclaimed oc No bother on Father OLeary he is not here but he was tt- t to dine here today and the cook is in a rage and says the dinner will be spoiled all iis waiting on Fatbes+ OLeary Paddy leaping from the door as if t- lstepe e on fire rushed up to the as tonished priest and criedClAl1 right your Reverence your dinner is at No 43 and a mighjty good dinner youll gets Oh Paddy said thelgrateful pastor the blessings of hungry man be upon yW Long ttfe ad bapyiiw i t ywr Rev L Q d 1 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e IIaw InJmUIlbw Ia an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON plstrlct Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerW DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN B1E 2 ING C01flANYJNO- ORPORArEDTELEPHONE 462 LOUISVILiXE KY SOCIETYDIRECTORYdH TA O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecQrding Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn 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75- 0fiQ 4For Boys Laundered Percale Waists attached or detached collars age to 12 j regular value 750 5 cuffs sizes I24 to X4 1 colorings J wVMM MMh+ MM All IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Among those called to the English recently was John C Healy London I respondent of the Cork Examiner The threatened strike of the Cork tramway men did not come off on tin large scale expected a very small minority of the men failing to go on duty The result of the plebescite in Queens town as towhether the Urban Counci would promote a Parliamentary bill to increase the borrowing power of the town has been announced as 192 for am 368 against Coroner Fennelly held an inquest at Thurles on the body of William Carry the pawnbroker who had been foum dead in his house on Friar street The verdict rendered was that death resultet from heart failure At a meeting of the clergy of the deaneries of Clonmel and Carrickon Suir held at Sts Peter and Pauls church Clonmel a resolution was passed calling upon the Irish members of Parliament tot vote for the education bill William J Duffy member of Parlia ment for South Galway was arrested af his residence Mob Hill Loughrea on iia charge of criminal conspiracy based 01 a speech delivered at a public meeting held at Caltra County Galway on August 17- Iptelligence has reached Kildare of sa- fire which broke out in the Court House at Monasterevan on Saturday morning which resulted in the complete deatruo lion of that building The fire lasted four hours and itwas onlyby great efforts that adjoining property was saved The annual exhibition and sale of the Limerick branch of the Irish Industries Association was opened by the Countess of Dudley in the Athenaeum and the ceremony was both brilliant and inter esting The Countess was presented with an address to which she suitably replied The Mayor of Limerick also spoke The eviction campaign on the De Freyne estate was resumed on the 17th when Thomas King was turned out in the presence of a large force of police The on the estate are now engaged in bringing in the crops of the evicted tenants and storing them in the graneries of the greedy and cruel land lord The people of Dungarven heve suffered terrible inconvenience during the past three weeks for want of water When the bridge of Ballyneety was swept away by the recent great flood the water main which ran across it was broken and the water supply was entirely cut off Until the pipes arrive to repair the damage water must be drawn in barrels by don keys a distance of a mile and a half It has been officially Clonmel that Bishop Sheehan has appointed Very Rev Canon Sheehy President of St Johns College Waterford to the pastorate of the united parishes of rdfinian Ballybacon and Grange rea lered vacant by the death of the late regretted Father Phelan The Very Rev W J Walsh Vice President of the col age succeeds Canon Sheehy as Preali lent Probate of the will of the late Rev Matthew Dillon of Newton Sandes County Kerry has been granted to his nephew Rev Jeremiah Dillon to whom he testator his goldwatch ind library to his brother Patrick 1500 o hlfl sister Mrs Danaher 150 and for nose for the repose of his tIlather Dillon left the residue of Ijii- opWtjrin irast for tfre chUdwnof the 0- s 7 r rLadies and Childrens Underwear andUosierylil ILadies Peeler Cotton Fleecelined Vests pearl- buttons for and silktapedl neck worth 250 15G Ladies Extra Heavy Natural Gray Fleece lined Vests French Band Pants to match 2 C worth 5oc for JfcJ c Ladies Natural Gray Allwool Ribbed Vests fancy crocheted neck and silk front French Band Pants to match worth 750 while PvQp they last only JZs Ladies Extra Heavy Egyptian Cotton Fleece TT f+ 4 I Oneita Ladies Extra Fine Fastblack Melba Union cworth Third FourthBetween INMMVMAAMMMMMMMAI YMMMMMNMIMANMVM1MMWLNM + Louisville r barI emergencymen announcedat bequeathed finished strictly poor attending the schools of Newton Sandes end Knockana He bequeathed to the parish the sums he had expended on the church D D Sheehan member of Parliament for MidCork arrived in Skibbereen at the request of the local branch of the Trades and Labor Federation and was accorded a very warm reception by memo bers of that body and a number of friends In the evening the Fedcratio band paraded the streets and spcechc were delivered from the windows of the Trades Hall by Justice Sheehy who presided and the Cork member The approaching municipal elections are engaging attention in many towns iin Ireland The chief Interest in Waterfor centers in the qiitlon of the Mayorallj where there are several candidates In view of the fact that the present Mayo Alderman Richard Hearne has been 10 much identified with the free bridge scheme and is personally popular in the city it is generally believed he will reo main in office for the third year A laboring man named Patrick Dug gan a native of Ballinagee Mo croon was found dead in a dyke adjacent to the road midway between Kilmallock and Cbarleville From the evidence at the inquest it would appear that the man was on his way home when he fell into the stream as a result of which he died It is somewhat remarkable that on the same night twelvemonths ago a wows died on the roadside near the same place The Most Rev Dr Browne Bishop oC Cloyne has appointed Rev Francis Murphy of Midleton and Rev Richer Aberne of Mallow do make a collection in the city of Dublin for the completion fund of the Cathedral of Cloyne at Queenstown The two clergymen hay already tuade successful tours in different parts of the country It is general known that a great boyar and fancy fsir will be held in the autumn of next yea for the purpose of liquidating the debt of i 70000 still on theihaudsome Cathedral which is one oftitle most beautiful ex amples of church architecture in the United Kingdom One of the greatest demonstration ever witnessed at Kilfinane was that which took place October 19 Over 1501 horses and cars assembled from far anc near and were accompanied by pronii nent members of the United Irish League The people formed a procession whict was beaded by the local fife and drum batidaQd proceeded tothefsrm at Balllnlinta of J P Harris who is under going a term of six months imprisOn- ment under the coercion act for the pur pose of stowing the farm crops whict was made short work of for farmer and shopkeeper tradesman and laborer worked with a willingness most edifying which augurs welt for the national organization in East Limerick This great demonstration has beet made to show Secretary Wyhdham that his victim under his coercion regime will not be forgotten nor forsaken and instead of terrorizing the people his cruel acts oi ocrcion will only band them Closer to gether to keep struggling against oppres ion misrule and tyrannieallandlonJsm HOPKINS THEATER The biograph boa proved such au at ractlbn at Hopkins Temple Theater hat It has been engaged for another week Besides the fgauagementhas ar atiged far a numbej of vaudeville artiste luring the week beginning tomorrow Among them will be GrapewU Jil1- dChancein a sketch entitled The Iwakenlugdf Pippj Gerard and Belly in The Victim of Circumstances1 Artie Hall the ITbrecWal itoHJ1etbt lack wire artfst T Sm Hefrpn the cele rated creator of irutcU comedy and kyllii Allen the eelebratea comtwUo lK old Louisville faWit t L p HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Elect your best men officers Dont fail to attend the meetings next weekState President Regan witnessed the initiation of six new members by DivIsion 3 of Minneapolis last week The weeks bazar given by the Ladle Auxiliary of Lowell Mass was a hlRhly enjoyable affair and was largely attende every night The second annual ball and reception of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladies Auxiliary of Chicago will be heldI in the First Regiment Armory on New Years eve- Oregon Hibernians at their State convention decided to improve the Hue niatt Knights plot at Mount Calvar cemetery Portland A national organizer was also asked for and a ladle auxiliary is to be organized- A seven nights fair given by Divisio 1 of Hartford Conn was opened witht briefaddresses by Rev James Gleasot County Vice President Healy and other prominent members The latter part c ft the first evening was devoted to dancing Twelve death claims were paid from the Minnesota Hibernian life insuranc fund during the three months beginning July 1 and ending September 30 The total amount of funds on hand at that date including 2000 in United State bonds was 3154969 At a recent meeting of Division 3 ofr Indianapolis a class of ten were initiated This division is an excellent one and under the guidance of its excellen officers bids fair to outrank any in thi Hoosief capital After the initiation cere monies which were conducted in at earnest and impressive way Financial Secretary P J Griffin was called and put oh the carpet for a few minutes after which he was let down easily and presenteda handsome gold locket as a testimonial of the regards of brother members he having secured the largest number of initiates during the past year NEW OFFICERS Elected By the Knights of Columbus at Last Meeting The annual election of officers of the Louisville Council Knights of Columbus was held at Elks Hall on Wednesday night and while there was no election eering the contest at some stages wa spirited Charles J OConnor declined to stand for reelection as Grand Knight He therefore becomes Past Grant Knight The election resulted as follows Grand Knight Peter M OReilly Deputy Grand Knight Fred Bauerf Chancellor Charles F Taylor Warden John J Doyle Financial Scene tary John J Flynn Treasurer Henry Paslick Advocate Newton G Rogers Inside Guard Matt Casein Ontside Qnard John Coleman Trustees Henry rfiifrman Dr John A Ouchterlony and MJDuOy Everybody wag pleased with the result of the election A tiny bit of ordinary washing blue inI ieriMhtg 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