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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m I T I KENTUCKY IRISHI AMERICAN OLUME XNO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS ASSURED Catholic Business Womens Club Is Almost Ready For Action- Enthusiastio Mooting of MonI and Women Hold Sunday Movement Meets With Support From All Classes of People PROPOSED PLAN HERE OUTLINED The Catholic Business Womens Club is an assured fact That much was set tied at the general meeting of Catholic ladies and gentlemen held at St Francis Hall last Sunday night In the neigh borhood of 350 persons were present and twentyseven of the thirtytwo congrega tlons in the city were represented The Right Rev Monsignor Boucbet called the assemblage to order an stated the object of the meeting Thomas Walsh the well known attorney was chosen Chairman for the evening Father Bouchet after Chairman Walsh had taken his seat announced that it was the intention to start the Catholic Women- Club In a small way but he hoped iit would eventually reach the size of a slue I lar organization in Boston He said he had the idea for thirtyfive years but a until the present had never bad an oppor tunity of putting it into execution Chairman Walsh expressed pleasure at the honor conferred upon him as Tempo rary Chairman and at the large and en thusiastic crowd that was present He outlined the work that the club expected to perform R L Sohan was elected Secretary for the evening The following congregations were represented St Brigids Cathedral St Mary Magdalen Sacred Heart St Patricks St Louis Bertrand Church of the Immaculate Conception St Williams St Philip Neri St Boniface St Martins St Josephs St Michaels St Johns St Charles St Anthonys St Francis of Rome Church of the Blessed Sacrament- St Georges Our Drips Holy Name r CgsiiieaStPnxLaitgtes and Holy Cross Miss Lizzie Glynn explained that according to the aims of the proposed organization every young girl no matter how poorly paid would be provided for advisedand protected There would beof sympathy comfort and material benefits for all women who were trying to help themselves Informal talks were made by different persons showing that the pa movement had the approval of the Right Rev Bishop and the clergy It now reo mains for the laity to take the necessary steps to put the movement into action It is proposed to have honorary and active members of the club number of ladles were appointed to take the names of those who were willing to become members of the various classes Mrs John J Caffrey reported that the Sprague building next to Macauley- Theater on Walnut street between Third and Fourth could be secured for headquarters for the club It was decided to take this building at least temporarily Mrs Agnes Montague reported that she of estimates to jatheThe sentiment of the majority seemedC to be that the dues should be fixed at 3atper annum for active and voting mem bers and El per year for associate members of On account of the extraordinarily large number of associate members iit was deemed wise to trust the government of the institution to those who paid adlarger amount j the Catho c1ticwith a dinner and supper about the mid die of February This grand opening will continue three days All of then mladieshouse the Sprague building Monda afternoon February 2 A general meetit ing of the ladies and gentlemen will ben held at St Francis Hall at 8 oclock on Monday evening February 2 All of those present who are authorized tocolfi lect funds for this new and worthy enterd prize have books that are stamped an signed MACKIN COUNCIL Considering Plans For Im provements to the its Club House An unusually large number of memo hers assembled at the hall of MackinP Council last Tuesday night President Frank Murphy was in the chair and appointed several additional committees the moat important being the one to con aider plans for improvements and a new addition to the building now occupied The members of this committee are Messrs Will Kerberg Charles Raidy- on at James Shelley George Lautz William Galway Ben Sand Gus Weber Louis Borntraeger John Keep and Steve Har Bey It is almost certain that when they reach a decision Mackin will be in a fair way of having the finest hall and build Isg of any Catholic socletyin Kentucky be Tfati report will be awaited with no littte i e n interest by residents of the entire West End The first meeting of the com matte will be held at the club house to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock Wesley Adams had the degrees con erred upon him The Visiting Cow mattes reported Herman Knipper off the sick list and Jack Raidy and Clem Kemm per on the road to recovery- It was resolved to give another dance before Lent to the friends of the council and Messrs Dan Weber Jack Shelley and Edmund Coleman were selected to make the arrangements Invitations were received and accepted to attend the tacky party of Trinity Council Ladies Auxiliary next Tuesday evening and the debate under the auspices of Trinity Council on February 9 The Visiting Committee announced the death of Stephen Gathof for seven years a good member Messrs Hugh HIggins Frank Adams and George Lautz were appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the loss the council had sustained and sympathy for the family of the dead member Wednesday evening the council visited the residence and paid tribute and prayers for their departed brother PASSED AWAY James Hickey Sr Has Gone to Meet His FinalI Rewardd James Hickey Sr an aged and reo i spected citizen of the southern part of the city died at the familyresidence Third and Brandeis avenue at noon respectedtin the County Cork Ireland and he grew up and married there While still J young man he came to America with his wife They lived in Philadelphia several years and then removed to Louis ville where he continued to live until his death During his life in Louisville J qiHeI nature and made friends wherever he c went Several weeks are he suffered an attack of the grip It was thought that I he was nearly well when pneumonia set in and hastened the end He died sur rounded by the members of his family and fortified by the sacraments of the pihisI I had lived at Third and Brandeis avenues during the past twentyone years t Mr Hickey leaves a wife and six I children They are Michael James Jr ajoh t iickap did +wiuliaI Wales Mrs Joe Haunt and Mrs William Mudd Mr Hickey was a man it was a pleasure to know and the entire com munity young and old regret his deatbr His funeral took place from the Church the Holy Name at 9 oclock Thursday when solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father OConnor A long cortege of mourning friends accom nied the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery To the bereaved wife and relatives we tender our bearrfelt sympathy FRANCEA Parts Exposition Awards Hi bernians Beautiful ModalsA beautiful bronze medal has been presented to the Ancient Order of Hiber visas at the order of the Paris Exposition 1900 The medal was received by OSullivan of Philadelphia one of Vice Presidents of the order from Woodward the represent of the United 11thev the exposition Mr OSullivan who was then serving as General Secretary received a letter from Assistant General Manager Victor de la Toska asking for 1Itsa work and its membership in general Mr OSullivan forwarded a let ter immediately id reply giving a history of the organization showing its of doing business benevolence to charityY+ ande the Philippines with its donations of i for the cause of public education j citing the fact that 50000 had been con tributed in one instance and quoting f gures to show that whole a wedre composed of members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians With the medal1 was a communication which read This award has been made because of the per sect workings of your organization its patriotism its excellent method of pro viding for sick and destitute members humane efforts in behalf of those not affiliated with it and its creditable recog nition and the assistance rendered to all public and private education The medal will be presented to National1 James Dolan at the St Louis convention in 1004 LAST BEFORE LENT I IiTrinityCouncUj arrangements for their euchre and dance Trinity Hall which takes place Wednesday evening February 18 Misses Mamie Kieley and Rose Gathof and their lady assistants promise to make this affair excel all previous entertain ments Quite a number of handsome prizes will be distributed and as this will1 1 their last social before Lent all who I receive Invitations are expected to attend u ID I C t J S j THREE DEGREES Administered to a Largo Glass Knights of Columbus Last Sunday Many Visitors From Towns iin Eastern and Central Kentucky Dig Banquet Followed the In stallation and Addresses Were Made EVERYBODY WAS WELL A class of fiftythree was received into the Louisville Council Knights of Colum bus last Sunday The three degrees were administered by a picked degree team made up of members of Louisville Cin clnnati and Indianapolis Councils There were numerous visiting Knights from CincinnatlIndlanapolis St Louis Nash vllle and other points i Among the visiting Knights from Ken tucky were Prof J C Wheatley Gethse J mane C J Newton J W Proctor and W M Morgan Uniontown Ky Martin- E Scott Morganfield Frank P Kearney I J P Tocher John J Luby C B Murphy J E Fitzgerald and W J Norton all of Lexington Chapese Wathen Owensboro W B OConnell Mt Sterling D J Mc Namara Frankfort Dr J F McGory St Marys and J F McNamara of Central City The exemplification of the three degrees occupied all afternoon After the work was over the new and old Knights sat down to an elaborate ban arranged by the following Enter Committee P H Callahan J Chairman James T Moran Dr Irvin Abell Charles L Crush and R G Shan ley The banquet was served under the direction of George Mulligan manager of the Louisville Hotel and one ot the active members of the Louisville Council After the good things destined tor the man had been disposed of the were given an intellectual feast Alderman James J Fitzgerald acted as toastmaster and on assuming the role delivered one of his eloquent addresses W T Drury a popular attorneyof Mor ig8sfiddrgy ra d Our Friends the Enemy His effort was eloquent and able and received en thusiastic applause James A McGill1 rendered a bass solo in a masterly man nero Joseph E Conkling a local attorney responded to the toast The Order and Our Country J J Flynn gave a tenor solo which evoked great applause Judge Matt ODoherty brought the banquet to a successful conclusion with a masterly address The new Knights all1 expressed themselves as well pleated with what they saw and beard J ciCATHOLIC Another Branch Will Soon Be Organized at St Matthews Through the kindly efforts of Rev Father Niesen the energetic pastor of 1in the Catholic church at St Matthews at as lastfSunday to the initiatory steps toward organizing a branch of the Catholic 21KnightsReichert President of the Louis Central Committee Supreme Dele gate Joe McGinn Charles Hill Thoma- DJguan s ofCharles Falk and a number of others went from this city to attend the meeting which was held after vespersI were greeted by a gathering of one hundred men who were addressed j by Father Niesen and Messrs tbtpolicy great and the bene fits derived from membership They were listened to with close attention and be glueencouraging n trbranchpreliminary E i3 j organizattonrepresensmembership FOUND IN RIVER The body of John McGuire of 1135 Thirteenth street who had been missing since December 3 was found last Friday morning in the canal at the foot of Twentysixth street How he came to lose his life is still a mystery but for iofplay is suspected as he was a man of steady habits and excellent character r His watch and other valuables that he was known to have were not found upon j him The funeral services took place Saturday morning from the Sacred Heart church and were conducted b Rev Father McGuire brother of t sympathyIsr SATOLLI COUNCIL Not much has been heard from Satolll1 Council Y M I for the past few months but the members have sawed their wood Since Harry Colgan became is President much quiet activity has been aroused with the result that next Sfondaypigktwlllwltneesthlntueionnew n of I otgettlaetior Quln 7 A number of wellkhown young men wi be initiated into Membership and visit ors from other cot ndla are expected i large numbers to witness the ceremonies Satolll possesses tbbart of entertaining ii- a in high degree and a pleasant evening will be provided foi1 all who attend VERY PLEASANT JI Was tlio MidWinter Session of the Kcimicky Press Association The Kentucky ftess Association heldI a midwinter session at Seelbachs Hotel1I Tuesday afternoon lt Nearly every paper in the State was represented President Thomas G Watkli occupied the chair Letters of congratulationt were read from Col W C P Drc midge Sam Roberts and Judge Henry a Barker DLouis Landrum of the Lancaster Record read the report of the Execu tive Committee relative to a recent law regulating advertisements of eau and county proceedings in newspapers A number of able aqdresses were made asIs toJ the best method offenforcing the law I Harry A Sommersof tits n I News made an ablcJ address advising ajj test case in order to secure a final construction I of the law After a full and free discussion it wks decided to author InzeLegislature to sme d the law so as to give the public e lvfrtlsing to the paperII with the largest circulation in the county Mr Sommers delivered an interesting address on How tyMake a Newspaper Pay R W Brown of Louisville and T C underw Hopkinsville read interesting oodttAt G e evening the memItbers of the association sat down to an enjoyable banquet Mrj Thomas G y actedas toastmasteri3 Brief but happy responses to toasts ire made by Charles I M Meacham 1rJO IIahbaga of the Breckinridge E C Smith of the Carrollton NR James W Hopper B Gaines owllng Green and others rRECENTfjDEATHS J JoWilliamyearn died last rdaymarntng after short illness a ff a residence of his daughtert Mrsi yet 108 East Gray street The funera took place from St ci Dingr ofI reh ne env y wife EThomae Kennedy 1727 Portland avenue She was a woman possessed of a kind heart and charitable dtspositon and her death is an irreparable loss to her family The funeral takes place Saturday mornin from St Patricks church lame B Cummings aged fiftyseven diedJ Wednesday morning at his home 1322 West Broadway His funeral took place Friday morning from Sacred Heart church Mr Cummings was a man held in high esteem by all who knew him and his death is sincerely mourned by a large rcle of friends and relatives Mrs D OSullivan of Shelby ville di last Monday night after a short illness The deceased leaves a husband and one son Mike OSullivan exmember of the Legislature She was a sister of James Hartnett of this city The funeral too place Wednesday morning with a solemn1 requiem mass from the Catholic church that city with Rev Father Fitzgerald celebrant William J Tehan aged twentytwo years died at his fathers residence 25 West Broadway last Wednesdy Mr Tehan was a popular young machin Louisvilles nJ William M Tehan a trustedem ploye of the Pullman Palace Car Com pany The funeral took place from the Church of the Sacred Heart Saturday morning The family have the sympathy of many friends in their bereav- meat The news of the death of Mrs Anthony Veeneman at Ludlow Ky was received with Inexpressible sorrow by a large number of her relatives and friends in city Deceased was the venerable of Harry Veeneman State Prcsii dent of the Catholic Knights of America The funeral services were held at St Boniface church and among those is present from Louisville were Lawrence Veeneman Miss Dymphna Veeneman Mrs Elizabeth Veeneman and Harry to Veeneman and son Alexis FATHER CRONIN IS WELL Very Rev James P Croats one of the VicarsGeneral of the diocese and pastor St Patricks church has recovered is after a ten days illness of the grip Father Cronins many friends both iin and out of his parish are glad to learn ofare his recovery I BUTCHERS ANNUAL BALL Ehethirtythird annual ball at Phoenix Hill gParkof the oldest and strongest in the dt Sandf isj Gottlieb Layer one of our most in uenbtlal citizens is President of tile union and Sebastian Weisbach is Chairman n the committee in charge of the ball It I believed that the ball this year will1 surpass those of any previous years The Iederkranz hive J n hOtalill COlI cordia singing societies will lead their effort to make Uw toccfwloa a Mtcceac j i I L1 Q t REALIZEDn Wore All the Hopes of St An thonys Sowing Society Ladies Meeting to Bo hold Next Week to Receive the Complete Returns Sisters of St Francis Are Re ceiving Proper Support and Encourageme- ntsK UP THE GOOD WORK rtSt Anthonys Sewing Society will meet at St Anthonys Hospital Barrett Wednesdaynfor andaU those who have book- given out prior to the big euchre are earnestly requested to make complete returns at this meeting As announced the Kentucky Irish American last week the euchre was a grand success an the good Sisters of St Francis who ar conducting St Anthonys Hospital have every reason to feel encouraged inns much as it has been demonstrated that the Catholic ladles and gentlemen oft oeveryTloyalstructed in the rear of the hospital and thisyThe expectations of the committee were efullytjcostCAmongt this worthy cause were the firm of Frank gaveheirEcommitteePoschinger Dr Den J Lammers George Ecker Joseph Schildt Den HundIhn Kelly Jacob D Ollgschlager Den I GeorgeaSchumppj John Walter FrankII A Geher Charles Smith George Eckert and Mrs Matthias Toschinger Among the prize winners were j McCullough Lizzie Zorn KatieII HenryBeaten J CUtrnie ThoatasRaineep B R McCarthy Daniel J Duane Miss Brod erick Mrs Julius Munsch Miss AliceI Gordon Mrs Max Edelmuth Miss Kate Wunderland Mrs John Zoermann E Mtgss Rosa Jansen Henry Bloemer M H Stiebel and Miss Sadie Fogarty The afternoon and evening passed offf very pleasantly and all those who attended were pleasedJJ j FATHER MOONEY t Mentioned For Appointment I ofed t Buffalo o The press has it that Monsignor Josep Yorki diocese is being prominently mentioned among high church officials for th vacant See of Buffalo to succeed Bishop Quigley recently chosen Archbishop of Chicago This report which has bee current for several weeks has alarmedI Monsignor Mooneys New York friends who have hopes of his being made Aux diary Bishop of the metropolis His aptpolntment would doubtless be hailed with rejoicing at Buffalo as he possesses many of the attributes that distinguished Bishop Quigley More importance however attaches t the statement that some time ago Arch bishop Farley signified to Monsignor ine1 tended to nominate the Monsignor for Auxiliary Bishop after his formal installa teen as Archbishop and the course of affairs would admit Monsignor Mooney seems the Archbishops personal choice for the place made vacant by his elevation The two have been closely sass dated for many years and as Vicar General Father Mooney has at hand all the duties that will fall to the auxiliary It also worthy of note that the office of Auxiliary Bishop brings the incumbent into conspicuous position for succession 1 the Archbishopric JOLLY TIMES AHEADc A bowling club composed of popula- ladies and gentlemen of the West Rn was organized last week and a jolly time looked for every Thursday evening at Herps bowling alleys Twentyfifth and Market streets The members enrolled Misses Mary Conroy Bee Mullarkey Katie Henley Ida Raldy Maggie Flynn i Eva Raldy Mamie Dwyer Nell Wallace Teresa Jansen Mrs James Shelley Mrs dmund Coleman Messrs Charles Raldy John Scott John Kenney Jack Frank Scholtes Joe Heckman Jamyes a likelihood that several records will1 smashed by this crowdrWESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL I The exterior of the new Catholic Cathedral at Westminster which has been seven and a half years in construe teen has now bees completed by the erection of a giltiroa cross oa the com IJ- II ir n penile The cross is ten feet high and before it was erected Cardinal Vaughn blessed it and deposited in a cavity in the center a fragment of the true cross which has been in England for several hundred years The stnrcture although a lull view of it is obstructed by su rounding buildings is very imposing and when the Interior decorations are finished it will rank not far below the most beautiful cathedrals in the world START RIGHT Hibernians Arranging For In itiation of Another Big Class President Mike Tynan and the officers of Division 1 were elated over the large attendance at the meeting held Tuesday night They feel encouraged over the hearty support promised and have started the work of the year in an earnest man neroTbe most important business trans actedrelated to further Increasing the membership A resolution to hold th next initiation on February 24 wasI passed by unanimous vote and tin tinsj e hope of giving an exemplification that will excel Hthosefer the four degrees are Toe Byrne John Padt perbapetwenty others- Appropriate action was taken upon the death of Peter Quinn for years a valued member of Division 1 and his death en benefits were ordered paid Carroll was reported seriously ill and members urged to visit him while John Tracy was reported entirely wellSecretary Peter Cusick stated tha member was in good standing and report of the Auditing Committee Treasurer John Mullo fl Mike Tynan and Peter Cusick for the splendid manner in which they had kept their books during the past year ivision 1 was shown ro be in a healthyl financial condition notwithstanding the heavy drain on its treasury for charitable and other purposes John Shaughnessy was added to the Visiting Committee and an invitation accepted to the euchre and reception of the Independent Club madeai and when the hour for adjournment arrived all were in the best of humor RESTtjAILASTi Steve Gathof Was a Patientt Sufferer For Many Months i The death of Stephen Gathof which occurred Tuesday morning at his home 1513 West Madison street was the cause of deep sorrow among a wide circle off friends and relatives as he was well1 known and very popular Fur the last ten months he had been a patient suf ferer and for some time past awaited the end in true Christian spirit fortified by the rites of his church and at peace with God and man For twentyfive years Mr Gathof had1 t tinhI enjoyedkthe confidence of his employers and fel falthtue1 and hard working member of Macke- ouncilC and St Anthonys branch of the AmericanBesides his wife be leaves two grown children Arthur Gathof and Mrs Frank Kipper Also his mother Mrs Katherine Gathof and four brothers and three sis ters who are Martin George Frank and Nick Gathof Mrs Charles Gottam Miss Mary Gathof and Sister Secunda of j Edina Mo t thoe funeral which was very largely attended i Thursday morning at St Marys church Rev Father Westerman being the cele brant of the high mass of requiem asI dated by priests from other churches iin the city I FORTY HOURS I Beginning tomorrow morning at tb high mass the fortyhours devotions will be held at the Sacred Heart church + Seventeenth and Broadway The pastor Rev Patrick Walsh will be assisted b Rev Father McGuire of Ohio and priests of the city It is expected that large numbers will visit the church an i receive the blessed sacrament during these services which give all worth- ommunicants a plenary indulgence SERIOUSdEdwatd Craddick Sr with the Louis villa Packing Company and a well knowni Hibernian is still confined to his home suffering from injuries sustained by fall ing upon an icy pavement three weeks ago Two of his ribs were broken and it t was feared be was otherwise hurt but 1 owing to prompt attention and carefulC jc1 j SUPPER BY LADIES Mi The ladies of StGeorges church have 1 great preparations for a supper for 1 their friends which will be served at 1 Taylors Hall Eighteenth and Kentucky 1 streets on the evenings of February 1718Tbe proceeds will be used to asi seat Rev Father George Weise the pasi J tor in the great trork be is doing Pa all who attend there will be a jolly goo time and excellent meal 1 Y o n J I FAVORABLE Arr rangements For Father Baxs Jubilee Enthusiastic Meeting of Men of St Johns Parish This Week Popular Ben Hund Made Grand Marshal For the Coming Event CLOSED WITH A PLEASANT SMOKER ofeFatherItheemeeting of the men held In St Johns folJowingmembers PgJohn Don uckenIMurrayJohn gLeoJerryDriscollMurrayWmDrown ThomasdandChristSecretary Al Martin read the names of those chosen for Chairmen of com mittees as follows y Grand Marshal B F Hund tInvitation Conkling bellyJVeenemanSpeakers to be selected from societies E J Mann F Distribution of tickets Frank Smith GaraghtyUshers HallW L Bar Carriages for visiting clergyL D DaxDuttonsC J Desse Mr Hund thanked those present for the honor conferred on him in being made Grand Marshal This makes him ex officio Chairman of the general committee thedifferentpective aides and to confer with Father Bar as to his ideas Mr Hill selected as his aides on the Decoration Committee Messrs James Meehan and iH F Wrok lage The married mens committee tsubscriptlonover 300 Both committees are con tinuing their work Mr Hill stated that he had secured Trinity Hall for the performance to be given by the Chesterfield Minstrels on February 19 Several other committees reported gratifying progress JMcCloskey publicthrough eveningsdday r nLITTLE CREDIT Given the Rumor That This Archdiocese Will Be Divided The rumor going the rounds that this archdiocese which includes Ohio Ken tucky Tennessee andSouthern Michigan will be divided with Cleveland as the metropolitan see of the new archdiocese receives little credence here The rumor goes on to say that should the division take place Bishop Horstmann for ten years past in charge of the Cleveland diocese would probably be the first primate of the new archdiocese which will embrace Northern Ohio Southern Michigan ofethe Suffragan Sees of Grand Rapids and Detroit and a new diocese established at Toledo divisiondcome when it does Kentucky and Tennessee adnew archdioceseBIG EUCHRE Arranged by the CllftoCres cent Euchre Club For Thursday All arrangements have been made for the dittoCrescent Club euchre which will be given at Music Hall next Thursday wiUbeclubisyoung people thoseinI nan Josie Kelly Rosa Shea Julia Hal CaplingerNellie Hannan Nonie Halloranand Messrs T H Merrimee John Hannan Richard Edelen Tom Flanagan Ed OwenKelran isdbe able to secure one H vi y- icpMlfeSc Vjg- vJtf lV + a 3tyy 4t f- M K tONTUOKY IRISH A RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMEIGffi NINNIINIINIIINNNIN- cc Bevotod to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Butered at tko Louisville Postoff lea os SecoudClass Matter Udlcu all ComntflnlcallorutotHe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street = UNION TRADES COUNCILLABEL LOUISVILLE RYI SATURDAY JANUARY 31 1903 FUNERAL DISPLAYS Is the display at funerals due to e respect for the dead or vanity of the living is the question frequently suggested Recently a well known universally respected but poor man died in a hospital His body in a costly casket followed by richly attired mourners in fine carriages after grand ceremonials in a fash ionable church was interred in Cave Hill cemeteryand hereby hangs a tale This man so generally known respected for sterling character am loved for his goodness of heart was years ago one of the wealthiest am most prominent citizens He was a leader in business affairs active in public enterprises and social functions solicitous and generous in charities In the ups and down of lifenot through dissipation folly or dishonor but because of his strict integrity which forbade his taking advantage of technica points and his sympathy whicl deterred him from exacting the pound of fleshhe lost all became poor His wealthy relatives am acquaintances knew him no more they excluded him from their homes shunned him and even iin his old age struggling to earnai 0honest living he was left to suffer the hardships of poverty and sick ness He lived alone in a smal room at his place of business aided and visited only by a few oldtime friends but for whose ministration and donations he would have starved and become an object of public charitY In his last i sickness it was the generous charity of those friends that sent him as a pay pa tient instead of a pauper to a hos pital where he died Then the old man dead wealthy relatives appear on the scene old time friends are pushed aside the emaciated form is clothed in fine raiment placed in a casket and taken to a mansion where living he could not enter to be watched over by those who in life would not recognize him Wealthy and so ciety folks call to express condo lence there is a grand funeral few If any of the mourners caring any thing about the deal church cere monials a eulogistic sermon a grave in Cave Hill AlasI Vanity of vanities and all is vanityeven in the shadow of death MAKES ADIFFERENCEr Col Lynch member of Parjia menteleot for Galway was ad judged guilty of high treason with the death penalty for aiding the r Boers in the recent war That he would be convicted was a foregone conclusion notwithstanding the fact that there were no grounds in law therefor Col Lynch was a naturalized citizen of the Boer Republic and as such owed the British Government no allegience and could not be guilty of treason to it His election to Parliaments uld have been nullified and a new election ordered but that is all there were absolutely no bases for criminal charges against him The Lynch case simply shows that England still holds where she dares to the old doctrine of once a subject always a subject which the United States in 1812 forced her to ignore as to her subjects who chose to become citizens of thin country Only where her wibjects foreswear allegiance to become citizens of a strong govern mint does England recognize the Inalienable right of man as illus trattd in the Boer war Lynch ibrMWorc the British Government teat L1JiJ adopted government is 7 powerless to protect him and he iis held as a British subject to 1 be guilty of high treason Other former British subjects like Lynch fought against the British in the Boer war but being naturalize citizens of the United States or subjects of France and Germany they have not been molested though they remain within British territory They are equally guilt with Lynch of high treason but their repudiation of British allegi ance by their oath of allegiance to a foreign government is recognize simply because they claim the protection of a strong government Had Lynch became a citizen of the United States instead of the Boer Republic he would neve have been charged with high treason though he may not have been allowed to take a seat in the British Parliament ACTED MANLY In these days of political acrimony it is gratifying to note tha there are men who rise abov partisan ism and suggest the sen sible and gentlemanly course Ten years ago Colorado was represented in the United States Senate by Messrs Teller and Wolcott as Republicans Both are able nnd honorable men In 1896 Mr Teller left the Republican party was reelected to the Senate white Wolcott was defeated and sine then they have been leading politi cal rivals in their State Last weel Teller was a candidate for the Senate with Wolcotthis lleading opponent By methods of question able legality and alleged fraud Teller was declared to have received the requisite vote and his partisans claimed his election The Governor was petitioned not to sign Tellers credentials court suit to have the election nullified am contest to prevent Tellers admis sion to the Senate threatened but Wolcott refused While holding that the election was illega and fraudulent he protested against embarrassing the State Government with litigation and the United States Senate with a contest advised the Governor to sign Tellers credentials and the Republicans to save their protest as an issue for the people in future elections fully exonerates Mr Teller from all participation in or re sponsibility for the frauds and illegal acts resorted to praising him as a man of irreproachable character unquestioned ability an honor to his State It is plain that the issues between Messrs Wol cott and Teller are purely political principles whatever their partisans nay think or do about it Colorado is to be congratulated on having such men at the head of its twc eading political parties Their example might well be followed by he local warring labor factions ILLEGAL DIVORCE In deciding ina wilt case which is the legal widow the Supreme Court of the United States holds void a Dakota divorce Under Da otas very convenient law anyone after six months residence can obtain a divorce without pub icity and usually without notice to he defendant who ifa nonresident is outside the jurisdiction of he State and its court process In the case decided a Massachusetts nan and his wife disagreed and separated He went to Dakota emained six months secured a divorce and went through the form of marriage with another woman all without his wifes knowledge At4 hw death hU first wife claimed a 7T her dower and interests in his estate under the law and his will The Supreme Court held that to obtain a divorce in Dakota he must have been a citizen of that State while technically six months residence entitled him to claim such citizenship it is evident that he did not go there with a bona fide intent to become a citizen but reall remained a citizen of Massachu setts that he went to Dakota with the purpose to deceive and defraud his wife and without her knowledge obtained a quasilegal divorce that the divorce and second marriage were therefore fraueulent and illegal and did not deprive his wife of her dower and rights under the law of Massachusetts of which State both were bona fide citizens In Rome disorderly persons ente religious institutions and churches including St Peters during serv ices indulge in violent language and conduct requiring the service of the police to eject them and pictures and other things have beet damaged or stolen Placards and hand bills denouncing the Government guarantee to the Papacy and demanding the seizure and confisca tion of church property are circulated Another outbreak of fanat ical violence and plunder seems im minent in the Holy City unles suppressed in its incipiency by the Government The Government has already robbed the church proscribed and oppressed the clergy and religious all that it dares inter national interests in persons and property being the only restraint Should the fanaticism be allowed to continue other Governments wilt likely be appealed to and hay something to say The BritishGerman bluff on Venezuela after much bluster and smoke vanishes into thin air am both accept arbitration on term dictated by the United Statesthe Monroe doctrine not to be ques tioned or subjected to considera tion and England goes a stetp farther and agrees to refer the Alaska boundary to arbitration In both cases the United State gains what it has firmly insisted upon Great Britain and German delayed compliance carrying mat ters to the vergeof offensive action till finally the whole issue was about to be submitted to the American Congress Then both sud denly and graciously accede to the friendly suggestions of the United States Government Marriage licenses and marriage are coming to be regarded as men matters of traffic in this city Last week an unknown couple probably giving assumed names and declin ing to state their residence wen granted a license and an obliging minister performed the marriage ceremony So far as any one know the couple may be brother and sis ter or he the husband of another woman and t he the wife of another man At any rate they were not identified and their right to ix granted a license and be married was not established and proven as the law requires The County Clerk in granting that license and the minister in performing that ceremony both disregarded the stat ute At a banquet of Confederate veterans in New York Monday night Mr William Hepburn Russell re sponding to a toast recited The Conquered Banner which he said a fair daughter of the South fondly wrote Mr Russell isHfrom Miz zoura and somebody will have to show him that it wastiotCIa fair daughter of the South but the Rev Father Ryan the famous poet of the South who fondly wrote The Conquered Banner as everybody presuming to quote poetry ought to know The Confederate veterans love the poem and venerate its author and that too without lacking in devotion to the fair daughters of the South The United States will build owuand control that isthmian anal its approaches and entire oute and what is more will hence orth dictate the policy of the Wett indies Ceatraland South America 0V t ru11 v independent of all Europe That is settled by the purchase of the Panama canal the treaty with Colombia ceding to the UnitedI States the route a hundred iniles wide including the ports and i coasts on both sides The approval of the treaty by the Senate and that seems assured is all that isI now needed CATHOLIC FEDERATION Executive Committee Hears Encouraging Reports From Fif teen Counties The Executive Committee of the Catholic Federation of this city met Thursday night at the Louisville Hotel President Fowler presiding over the deliberations Some two weeks ago circulars were mailed to prominent Catholics through out the State looking to the formation of County Federations and already favor able responses from fifteen counties have been received by Chairman Walter P LincolnA list of the Catholic societies is being secured it being desired to have all such affiliated when the call is issued for the convention and organization of the State Federation It is expected to hold this convention during the month of May Messrs Walter P Lincoln and Dr F S Clark were instructed to pre pare a circular giving all the plan and details for the State organization Beginning in March the meetings of the Federation will be held at Hibernian Hall Seventh and Market streets At hour was spent in a discussion of ways and means for carrying on the work of federation after which a number of committees were appointed Next Thursday night the first genera meeting of the new year will be held at Satolli Hall on Second street nea Chestnut and it is essential that all who are delegates should attend as a mas meeting may be proposed for sour nearby day EAGERLY WAITING For the IrishAmerican Society I Washing + tt Birthday I cie W8t10n Reports from all parts1of the city would indicate widespread interest iIn the coming Washington birthday cele bration of the IrishAmerican Society which will occur at Liederkranz Hall Sixth and Wlnu streets Monday night February 23 Ery arrangement has been made and jhe ladies who will act as chaperones are said to be organizing parties of their young lady friends Next Thursday night the regular meet lug of the society will be held and Presi dent Flynn m tittai flpec5al request of allI members to be present Those who willI manage the floor and assist in receiving will be announced and the programme for the celebration arranged in detail A more select or enjoyable ball will not be given this year and everything con nected with it will be on a high scale DR BRORINQ IS WELL Dr Louis A Broring the well known dentist who suffered a broken arm dur ing the month of November is able to resume his practice as a dentist HisI many friends are congratulating him on his recovery His office is at 442 West Market street HAPPY NUPTIALS A wedding of more than ordinary interest will be thatof Miss Ella Welling ton and Frank Queenan which will be solemnized at St Charles Borromeo church on Wednesday afternoon Feb ruary 11 at 4 oclock The brideelect is a vivacious and accomplished young ladyand prominent in West End Catho lie society circles Mr Qeenan is a well known and popular young man at present holding a responsible position with the RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Com pany Messrs Harry Wellington John Ryan Thomas Clark and Thomas McShane will be the ushers and Father Raffo the officiating clergyman The ceremony will be witnessed by a large assemblage of admiring friends of the happy young couple to whom we extend our hearty congratulations in advance MACAULEYS Sally in Our Alley a musical comedy will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater during the first half of next reek George W Lederer the manager of the company is said to have elected an all star cast Among them are Richard Carroll an old Louisville avorite June McCree Trixie Friganzie Margaret Marston George Schiller Ucbard Farleigh Caroline Heustis Tessie Mooney Catherine Lewis Frank Harrington Frank Bernard and others There will be the usual matinee on Wednesday afternoon LADY CAKE Beat half a pound of butter to a cream i add gradually half a pound of powdered sugar beat for five minutes Measure aI cupful of milk Sift three rounding teaspoonfuls of baking powder with a half pound of flour add a little milk and a llttfe flour until the whole has been added Beat by time for five minutes Add a teaspoonful of orange extract a rating of nutmeg a teaspoonful of rose flavoring and half a teaspoonful of bitter Imond Beat tile whites of eight eggs to a stiff froth fold them in carefully take ina fruitcake pat in a moderate oven for about as hour To preserve celery for flavoring spread the bleached celery leave on a plate and let them dri1a a warm oven Keep them laa glass jar and toe for savoring soups aIMhauceAw1tetithcfruh celery Iis not vailabk c f SOCIETY Mrs Mary Grfieley spent last week with friends in this city Herman Knippers friends are pleased to see him out again after an illness of several weeks James E Rapier and daughter MIss Camillia of New Haven were visitor here during the past week Miss Margaret Thomas of Hardins burg has returned home after a two weeks visit with friends in this city Miss Lillian James who was the guest of Judge and Mrs Matt ODoherty haa returned to her home in Cleveland Miss Mary E Curran is expected home next week She has been making an extendedvisit with friends at Simpson ville Mr end Mrs George Mulligan wer among the number from this city who spent the past week at French Lick Springs Miss Marie Fitzmartin a charmin young lady of Cleveland 0 is visitin here as the guest of Mr and Mrs John j Toomey Mrs Wible 214 West Second street New Albany had as her guest this week her attractive and charming niece Miss Josie Farrell of Salem Mrs Thomas Clary is seriously ill at her home in Floyd county Ind Mrs Clary is quite well known here and is ia sister of Joseph P McGinn Mrs R E Wathem of Lebanon was here this week on her way to New Orleans and while in the city was the guest of Mrs M A Wathen Miss Maggie Grogan was operated o successfully last Tuesday at Sta Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and hopes to be able to be removed home in a few days Will Raftery was removed to his horn from Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Tuesday having been illwith typhoid fever for the past six weeks Dennis J McNamara and James and Frank Heeney were here from Frankfort last Sunday They attended the Initiation held by the Knights of Columbus John W Jansen is seriously ill at bis residence 1311 Seventh street with pneumonia He has the best wishes and prayers of his many friends for a speed recovery John J Luby of Lexington was here the first part of the week and visited among his numerous friends He also attended the ceremonies and banquet of the Knights of Columbus Mr and Mrs William T Meeham wil celebrate the twentieth anniversary of their marriage or china wedding Hex Friday Their many friends wish then many more years of married bliss Jack Raidy who has been ill during the past winter at his home on West Main street is reported greatly improved and his many friends hope see him out when the weather again becomes pleas antMiss Elizabeth OBrien 1830 Brool street entertained a number of her friends Friday evening The reception rooms were tastefully decorated and the affair was thoroughly enjoyed by aU present Officer William Webb a most popula member of the police department iiIs spending the week with his sister Mrs Sophia Ryan Madison avenue Chicago His fellow ofiicers and many friends wisl him a happy vacation The many friends of Mrs Hencamj will regret to learn that she lies critically ill at the home of her daughter Mrs H A Veenenlan 1117 Baxter avenue She has long been ill and for some time pas there has been no improvement in her condition Miss Mayme McGurk of Lexington who has been here on a visit returned home Tuesday accompanied by Miss Lizzie Sullivan of this city Miss Mc Gurk made a great many friends during her visit who join in in saying Au revoir but not good by Superintendent Murray of the Lex ington City Railway was among those who came to Louisville to witness the conferring of degrees by the local Knights of Columbus last Sunday Mr Murrary is now Secretary of the Lexing ton Chamber of Commerce Frank Miller and Miss Anna Metzger well known and highly esteemed young people of Jeffersonville were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St Augustines church Rev Father John OConnell performing the ceremony They have the wishes of a host of friends for a life of unalloyed bliss Invitations have been received for the wedding of Miss Lena Reid and William Farley popular young people of Fade cab The ceremouy will take piece Thursday next at St Francis de Sales church Rev Father Jansen officiating Miss Reid is a daughter of Thomas Reid and one of the prettiest girls in Paducah The young ladies of the Independent Club scored a decided social success Thursday night at their reception and euchre at Hibernian Hall All guests were hospitably received by Misses Mamie Keenan and Julia Kelly who were aided by a number of other charming girls The prizes were handsome and the affair most enjoyable The engagement of Miss Sarah Halpin OReilly and Henry Scott Gilbert has been announced The wedding will take place at the Cathedral rectory on February 13 MU OReilly ii the tal rated daughter of Dr J Halpin OReilly a- o J r j I CUT PRICK CLEARANCE SALE OF DUTCHESS TROUSERS I I III I I LEVY BROS THfRDI NO flDVflNGE IN PRICES Collars and Cuffs 18c Per Dozen HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY WORK 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 Both Phones 1720 517 Fifth Street +tlat H 11 HnlH I IIIIHIIIIIHII111I IwlII 11 1111 N 11 11 f HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J TO THE PUBLIC I with the assistance of my sons will continue the Undertaking Business of my late Husbandand under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT ++4frHH tI HHlIHMI 111 HIIH+HHHI I ItIt1NI1tttl1NIttI1B- NOS I I Ij SPENCER nd Expert Accountant President si Educates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success f CALL OK WRITS roe FUU INFORUATIOH IMonKtUmlBMk l MAIN stint TREBTS AND LOUISVIUEKYBusiness College 0 skilledJrtistsfflxDert Illustrators Guarantee ofPer lYorkl MlJJlILU W JCHLICH Engravers Makers HIDUSfIU1XtI oK eeplnHI arras is rut ftffegr o PenmtlllPhfpior7lztln on o I ulriltny eleyrap7ty 3 fend for fblalyut mftvigtfljiy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged vearStudentsShe is an accomplished pianist and com poser of music and verse Mr Gilbert iis the son of Dr R B Gilbert and is a rising young business man A number of prenuptial entertainments have been planned in honor of Miss Sara Halpin OReilly and Henry Gilbert who will be married February 18 A dinner party will be given this evening by Miss Annie Sbannahan a linen shower Wednesdayafternoon by Miss Will Francke and Miss Sallie OReilly a din ner party by Miss Nelchen Wathen and a card party by Miss Elizabeth Tabb Mr and Mrs William Kelly who were united in marriage at St Cecilias church January 7 arrived Monday from St Louis where they spent their honey moon and are now at home to their friends at 2108 Portland avenue The bride was Mrs Bridget Mitchell and is well known socially in the West End Mr Kelly is a successful stone contractor and a very popular gentleman They have the best wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy married life A surprise euchre party was given Miss Katie Davern Tuesday evening at her home 1220 Seventh street Those present were Misses Anna Rihn Mary Newman Amelia Juennesse Rita Sulli van Lizzie Callahan Mary Dwan Nora Sullivan Julia Crowley Florence FUtner Jennie Greenwell Maggie Callahan Lily Callahan Fannie Cunniffe Katie Davern Nellie Leamy and Mary McTighe Messrs Edward Harris Louis Dugan John Dwan John Callahan John Hanrahan Cary Hines Edward Crowley James Rihn Tom Callahan Bernard Cunniffe John Reilly Daniel King James Davern Ed ward Queeney John Davern Mr and Mrs Joseph King and Mr and Mrs Burke Prizes were won by Mary Newman Lily Callahan Katie Davert Tom Callahan John Dwan and Louis Dugan EUCHRE FOR MACKIN The many friends of Mackin Council who have been so delightfully entertained 1 at their free euchres during the put win 4J D 0 t frJ P HateLCORTOBO s I OurGreat GreatSweeping Out Sale of SHOESGives sIx months ply for the whole family at lower prices than other Louisville store ever does make All kinds for men women and children Here are a few samples House full of the same kind of bargains Ladies Tan Shoes 48c Ladies Black Shoes 98c Ladies 2 Shoes 128 Ladies 250 Shoes 148 Ladies 3 Shoes 198 248MensMens 6 Shoes 448Boys 250 Tan Shoes 98c Boys 25oBIackShoes 148 Boys 3 Shoes q 198 BOSTONSHOE CO FOURTH AND GREEN I ter as a testimonial of their appreciation have proposed that the series be closed with a monster one for the benefit of that worthy organization on the evening of Wednesday February 18 The kind offer has been accepted and already anumber of handsome prizes hate been donated t x t tIf t I1NrUCKY IRISH RICAN THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And youll put into It small amounts that you WOULD NOT take around and deposit in a bank In this way you may start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you II 3COfIPOUND Ky INTERESTTitle Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m LEADING HAT HOUSE Fall Novelties are now in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas Largest Insurance Company in the World Assets 300000000 i L JERRY KING r t7IJ3 CIAx AQIIArx NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 5iB East Gray St Louisville Ky This is the only insurance company thiit sejls policies incontestable from date oPssueI j s t JEUGENE LOUIS R CARRAROSWET TELEPHONE 761 N E Cor Third and Green HEEEMAM BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND I Telephone 1948234 Sixth Street r 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 Ce FBRANDENBURG DEALER IN CHOICE OYSTERS FISH GAME AND E 509 Fifth Street Kentucky POULTRY Market All Orders Pilled Promptly b BIG FOUR TO ROUTE IndianapolisPeoria LE CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 269 Fourth Ave 1 j GATI38 General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WH P DKPPX AGP A cracnwATi o FTGt IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTOR 7 A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Mike Tynan Vice President John Riley Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas V F Walsh I DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President John Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGbin 515 West Chestnut AssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn J Flynn First Vice PresidentJoseph Nevin Second Vice PresidentD J Minogue Recording Secretary T D Claire Financial Secretary Thomas Walsh Treasurer Thomas Keenan SergeansatArmsD J Heffernan SentinelTim Lyon- sCHESTERFIELDS Popular East End Minstrel Club to Give Big Show The Chesterfield Minstrel Club com i posed of a number of clever young men of the East End are working faithfully for the big minstrel show they wilLgive at Y M I Hall East Gray street on Thursday evening February 19 This company includes a number of genuine fut makers audtbg first part will introduce seinefne singers and four end men Following the first part will come twp short plays one entitled Bobs Troubles and the other the West Days in Town The 11 worst boys in town are as follows Proprietor of storeJohn Dalzell Worst boy in townT F Nolan Worst boy in townC J Desse Weary Willie F Pillson Samboy George Henriah WashingtonL Photographer F Staab Shakem J Stuecher Officer OHooliganC Leahy Among the pleasing features will be the appearance of Lawrence Willing hurst the Louisville boy soprano and Prof Burkholder the violinist both of whom will render special selections The management of this entertainment is in the hands of Richard A Hill and other well known young men which should insure its success HINTS ON STYLE Capes of various forms wilt be a strong feature a few months hence Jets and paillettes are beginning to be extravagantly used The irridescent effects which prevailed when this fashion was last in favor are less seen now than the softer effects Dainty small handkerchiefs to tuck ijthe sleeve and inside the blouse are a useful article They have narrowcol ored hems and a flower in one corner embroidered in the same tint or they a inset with lace and finished with a lac edged frill Black coats of silk or poplin are still the modish thing for young children under twelve years but the shoulders are well covered with a large cape collar of lace or lace and embroidery combined This is supplemented by a black hat of course and the effect is stunning The skirts showing a bouffant effect over the hips which have appeared off and on all winter can not be said to be popular They have received the sanction of certain big couturiers and have been worn by certain fashionable women but they are too trying to the average figure to have any wide success A revival of the bolero form of jacbe is promised for the spring and is ind cated now by many bolero effects onI elaborate visiting gowns The bolero has been always such a popular little garment that it seems impossible to think of it as ever retiring from favor but in the opinion of many dressmakers and tailors there will be forms of sprint garments more novel than any bolero could possibly be I Little by little skirts are growing muchI larger Tae change has notbeeua sudden one and even now the majority of skirts worn are close about the hips but the tight effect extending to or almost to the knees is a thing of the pat We see many pleated skirts pleated in the aunbura farfiion or in the crinky seaweed dMigtu or in broad or narrow box pleats No matter what the mate or style of gown there is always aottte kiadof pleating to Mtit kr 0- o t FINAL MOVE Looking to Universal Purchase pf IrishLand Holdings by Tenants Thc Landlords Now Face the Necessity of Agreeing 7 to Soil British Ministry Is Pledged to Present Bill to Par liament RELIEF AT LAST SEEMS IN SIGHT Writing from Galway to the Chicago Tribune Guy Cramer said that by the time his letter shall have appeared the conference between the strong party of Irish landlords headed by Lord Dun raven the Earl of Mayo and Capt John ShaweTaylor and the representatives of the Irish tenantry looking to finding a common ground of mutual advantage on which universal purchase f land holdings by the peasants of Ireland may be brought about through Government aid will have been held This step has the quiet but determined ap proval of King Edward and of the thinking statesmen of England rey sult of this the first earnest thoughtful meeting between these two interests whose bitter opposition for scores of years has plunged Ireland into ruin are expected to be an important factor in de termining the terms of the land settle meat bill which Chief Secretary for Ireland Wyndham is pledged to spread before Parliament about the middle of February As has been forecasted in these letters the split between the land lords of Ireland on the question of land sale and tenantry purchase is now com plete The Dunraven faction intends to carry the problem through to the end Its conference committee already has been practically completed and with much approval from all sides except on the part of the Lord BarrymoreDuke of Abercorn faction of landlords John E Redmond William OBrien Thomas WJ Russell all members of Parliament and whose plans for purchase have been pre sented in detail and Lord Mayor Har rington of Dublin will present the cause and the hopes of the tenantry io This splended result of the determined fight for a conference is due in great part to the untiring efforts of Capt Shawe Taylor a young man who stepped out of the army after he had gained honor re ports in number for his work in Burma and Egyptian campaigns to take up a battle for Irelands betterment He is the type of the coming men of Ireland from whom much is expected and on whose shoulders in great part must fall the task involving many sacrifices in some cases of reclaiming the country from the condition of ruin unrest pov erty and suffering into which it has fallen through misrule and the stubborn ness of landlordism- I met Capt Shawe Taylor on the family estate lying here in Galway Ills views on the English garrison as the land lords continue to be branded are not dealt out in gloved words He speaks his mind as one expects from a man with his military record lIe too contends that universal land purchase through Govern ment enablement is Irelands only hope of salvation His statements are the views held by Lord Dnnraven Lord Mayo and the 1128 of the 4000 largest landowners in Ireland who voted in favor of a conference Capt ShaweTaylor dis cussed the land question freely He said The position of the Irish landlord is this He is not liked in England he is the object of the wrath of the tenantry of Ireland If he goes to England he is looked down upon He says Tm an Englishman But the Englishman of his social class promptly says No youre not youre an Irishman Here in Ireland the tenant says to him Youre an Englishman youre one of the Eng lish garrison we want none of you were tired of you and of the fight weve made on you for years There you are The root of Irelands downfall is that it has eachrelandebut each stubbornly fighting the other to mutual loss and in some cases absolute ruin The landlord has said To blazes with the Irish people and he has spent much of his time out of the country the tenant has said To blazes with England and thus it has been constant struggle and tui moil It could hardly be other wise I have had the average landlord in view in making this statement That prejudice it would seem can not be blottedout The landlord has stubbornly insisted that he will have nothing to do with the tenant except to take his rent the tenant has taken the stand that the landlord can go any courSe he pleases and as in former years he refused to pay hiss rent The result has been the crushing out of Irish industry in the congested sections the tenant has had no inducement to work his qcrea to their utmost ruin and poverty have followed This can not goon always There must be a turning point If the two can not agree then it is surely reasonable let one take the land and the other take the money value for the land The peace and quiet and prosperity wach have been secured in the cases of t 70000 tenants who have been en abled by Government aid to purchase their land was pointedi out That represents the source of the en tire trouble today seceded Capt Shawe Taylor It was tile Government itself which hoe given the impetus to the load agitation HOW gripping the West of Ire land The tenants who still pet rents see their neighbors purchasing tbilr own holding rf1RrpaJUt p n 1 They see them with enlarged farms and with their comforts in life constantly in creasing Could there be anything else but dissension It is most unreasonable to look for anything except the unrestt now prevailing there There are just two ways out of the difficultyundo all pur chase that has been allowed which cannot be done in any possible way if peace is to be preserved orto go ahead and allow all tenants the same privilege which can be done and bring Irelands prosperity of the old days back again and inspire its people with industry and hopeThis it will be seen by readers of these letters is practically the same stand taken by Sir Anthony McDonnell Ire lands new Under Secretary by Red mond Russell OBrien and other Na tionalists and serves to show how small is the line of division between these two forces which have been ruining Ireland for generations Capt ShaweTaylor argues for justice and fairness to the land lords for another reason other than this as being the only course to facilitate pur chase He believes the majority of the Irish landlords should do something for their country IIIn the event of universal purchase which can be the only remedy to bring peace said he these men must be kept in Ireland By opportunity they have been enabled to secure education where the mass of the people have not But they are now practically blotted out of the political life of the island The local government act by enfranchising the people has cut off their representation on the County and District Councils This same vote is sending tenant sympa thizers to the House of Commons The landlords are being crowded out with each election But they must be kept here after land purchase They must be placed in public life again and made to work for their countrys advancement With the land wrangling out of the way too there will be no reason why this condition should not be brought about But the English garrison can do nothing so long as existing circumstances continue They are a detriment tojreland they are an injury to England From all over Ireland have come resolutions applauding the conference The Chambers of Commerce of Dublin of Cork and of Limerick the Ulster Liberal Unionist Association the Catholic Hier archy the Dublin corporation landowners by the score and County Council hemselvescoming meeting of men who earnestly seek to put an end to Irishruin SECRET GRIEFS Trouble comes in many forms It maybe a bitter disappointment which falls upon a young life when love has not been true or when character has proved unworthy turning the fair blossoms of hope to dead leaves underthe feet There are lives that bear the4paiu and hidden memorials of such a grief through long years making them sad at heart even when walking in sweetest sunshine Or it may bethe failure ofwome other hope as when one ban followeda bright dream of ambition for days and years finding it only a dream Or it may be the keener more bitter grief which comes to oue when a friend is untrue or disgraces him self The anguish which love endures for others sins is among the saddest of earths sorrows If we knew the inner life of many of the people we meet we would be very gentle with them and would excuse the things in them that seem strange or eccentric to us They are carrying burdens of secret grief CREAMED POTATOES i Chop cold boiled potatoes fine to each pint allow a pint of cream sauce made by rubbing together a tablespoonful of flour and one of butter add half a pint of cold milk stir until boiling add a teaspoonful of salt and a dish of pepper and mix this with the potatoes Bake until a golden brown HOUSIHOLDHINTSBoil is in imminent danger jjust now Be sure to wash celery and lettuce in cold boiled water Beware of the raw Pawtuxet boil it to death Never broil the flank end of a sirloin steak it is impossible to eat it as steak Cut it before the steak is cooked It may be slowly simmered and makes a nice little stew it can be boiled and used as hashed or chopped raw for a breakfast Hamburg steak When a smoked ham W about used up steam what is left on the smaller end Wash and soak it in cold water for an hour then steam for five or six hours setting the meat cut side down on a plate in the steamer If it is to be served hot the ham will be improved by browning it in the oven after steaming Next time you happen to want a night- light and find your stock is exhausted try this plan Take an ordinary wax candle and some finely powdered salt cover the top of the candle which should have been burned till the top is level with a thin layer of the salt leaving only the Lbjackened end of wick exposed Light the candle and it will give a faint but steady light all night To clean d soiled engraving lay it face downward in a pUfectly clear vessel sufficiently large to allow it to lie flat pour clean boiling water upon it and allow it to stand until the water is cold Take it out carefully and remove as much pf the moisture as possible with clean blot tlngjiaper then place the engraving in a pressbetween clean white paper If very much soiled repetition of the oper ation may be necessary Glassware should be Washed in hot soapsuds and well rinsed with a fine linen towel In washing cut glue lay three or four thicknesses of a towel on the bottom of the pan which will make a soft support for the glass and reader it less liable to be broken than when it comes In contact with a hard substance Use a brush to remove pai tides of dust rom the deep cutting A little bluing added to tke water Iia which the glass lia rim will- ephanoe thebrlIIlA rofJlorlI J 1 f M PANEGYRIC I Of St B igid Will Bo Preached by Very RovFnthcr- Paul Alf Now and Handsome Stations to I Adorn the Church of That Name Au Appropriate Gift From the Young Ladies Sodality and Others FINE MUSIC AND A LARGE CHOIR Tomorrow will be thepalronal feast of St Brigid and the formal celebration will be held at St Brigida church on Von Berries avenue at 745 oclock tomorrow evening As a fitting feature of the celebration the new Stations or way of the cross will be blessed After the singing of vespers and the blessing of the Stations Very Rev Father Paul Alf will preach a panegyric on St Lrigid Very Rev Father Louis Deppen will officiate at benediction and a large number of the reverend clergy of the city will be present The new stations have been pro havebeenwill add greatly to the beauty of a little churchwhich is already beautiful An augmented choir will furnish the music The new Stations were presented to the church by the Young Ladies Sodal ity and other friends Rev Father H C Connolly pastor of St Brigids has a growing congregation He deserves well of the general public and a large crowd should be present to assist at the celebration of St Brigids day Father Paul Alf while pastor of St Bonifaces congregation made up of Germans is known to be one of the most eloquent pulpit orators in the city He has pre pared an excellent address on St Brigid one of Irelands greatest saints MANY NEW FACES Seen Wednesday Night at tho Mooting of Division 4 A 0 H Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a rousing meeting Wednes day night when many new faces were seen Those members recently admitted have been doing splendid work each one apptlcations tion is thirtyone Many of the new candidates are railroad men who could not be present and it was therefore de cided to hold a big initiation on Wednesday night February 25 Among those who received a hearty welcome was Treasuret Harry Brady who is recovering from his serious illness President Hennessy presided over the meeting at which John Dwan Tim Stone and John Coleman received the degrees of the order and John Duffy Frank Mc Tighe Pat Ryan James Curran John J ReJlly and John ONeill were elected to membershipThe of the degree team was quite a surprise to all as each member was al most perfect in his part Especial praise was given Oracle Dave Riley who inter preted his lines in a clear and melodious voice His conception of what is requisite to make the rendition impressive surpasses that of any yet seen Before the adjournment the matter of a reorganized company of Hibernian Knights was discussed but no formal action was taken Division 4 is com posed largely of young men also Divis ion 3and from the two a sufficient number should be easily secured to form- a company that would make a great showing for Kentucky Hibernians at the next notional condition SILVER JUBILEE To Be Celebrated by Catholiq Knights of America Tuesday Branch 4 Catholic Knights of Amer ica will celebrate its silver jubilee at St Francis Halls in the basement of the Cathedral next Tuesday evening An interesting programme made up of reci tations musical numbers etc has been arranged and an address will be delivered by the Rev P M J Rock the first priest to join the order Admission well be free All Catholics are invited to attend and to bring their friends YOUNG MAN PROMOTED Theodore Kraft son of Henry Kraft the well known butcher has been made manager of the Southern Malting Com pang on Hamilton avenue near Baxte Mr Kraft is nn able and energetic young business man and under his manage ment the company will soon regain its former prestige PATROLMAN MAULIFFES PALL Patrolman Mike McAaliffe suffered a rupture in a muscle of his right leg on Tuesday In stepping upon the pave ment he alighted on an apple core which caused him to fall He is able to resume his duties and he feels fortunate in that his injury was no worse POPULAR PEOPLE MARRIED Nathan Levy and Miss Louis Rent linger were married by Rabbi H C Enlow of the Temple Adas Israel at 616 Wilt Market street at9 oclock last Wsdassday vwiag MrIIdMm Ley UocabrWtript tarn Jou s- U 1S TC AtvtEy s Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee SALmn 0HR ALLiY Friday and Saturday Nights and Satur day matineeJOHN DREW HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 210 EVENINGS 810 ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I WEEK COMMENCING FEBRUARY 1 The Great LaFayette And his own company The LIons JBrldScenic Production BURKE MOLLER and TELLER Singers and Dancers AND A BIG COMPANY OF STA- RSBUCKINGHAM WEEK COKKENCING SUNDAY FEB1 Matinees 8nnd y Monday Wednesday Saturday EOW F RUSHS BonTon Burlesquers PRESENTING TWO CLEVER MUSICAL FARCES Bubbling with Mirth Picturesque Tableaux and Effective Scenic Displays THIRTYTHIRD ANNUALl BAll or Butchers Union No I AT Phoenix Hill Hall MONDAY NIGHT FEB 2 Tickets 50 Cents MUSICAL NUMBERS By the Liederkranz Maennerchor and Concordla Singing Societies PETER M ANDRlOi SONS t WAGON MRNUIACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST GOOD OLD TIME Held by Members of Trinity Council Last Monday Night Trinity Council Y M I held a large andenthusiastic meeting Monday night every chair in the spacious meeting room being taken before President Garvey called the assemblage to order There were spirited and interesting arguments in the midst of which there was a genuine surprise The announcement of the ar rival of Grand President Perry and Will lam B OConnell of Mt Sterling escorted by the membership of Satolli Council was greeted with cheers of wel comeAfter the transaction of other routine business speeches were called for responses being made by the visitor from Mt Sterling William B OConnell Grand President Perry President Harry Coluan Frank Clerget and Will Mc Nally of Satolli Conncil and Joe Conk nag Eugene J Cooney and Dr Phil Beutel Jr of Trinity The sentiments expressed were heartily applaudedand testify to the good feeling that exists among the councils of this fraternal Catholic young mens society- A change in the date of the debate was announced and it will take place on the night of February 10 instead of Feb nary 9 The officers selected for the occasion are Dr Beutel for moderator and James B Kelly A G Schneider and Dr Lammers for judges The meeting was indeed an enjoyable one for those present and the visitors departed with words of high praise for the hospitable reception tendered them HOPKINS THEATER Another excellent vaudeville bill is booked for Hopkins Temple Theater next week The company will beheaded by La Fayette the famous protean artist and his own company in the most sensa tional and elaborate display in vaude villa Introducing a travesty on Ching Ling Foo the Chinese wizard Among other things on the bill will be The Lions Bride a scene showing the coronation of King Edward ten minutes with noted composers Burke Moller and Teller singers and dancers Zimmer a juggling marvel Miss Emilie Brenner a phenomenal lady tenor and Lynn Welcher monologist Timothy Harrington M P was re elected Mayor of Dublin laat Friday making his third successive term 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attention to the fact that the union jack was flying over the building and he moved that this practice be discontinued Other members agreed with him and after some discussion the motion was carriedDr OShanghnessy of Limerick aged ninetyfour died January 14 at his residence in Newenham street The deceased was the oldest Magistrate in Ire land and father of Richard OShaugh lessy formerly member of Parliament for Limerick city and now Commissioner- of Public Works Dublin Monday morning Daniel Powell editor of the Midland Tribune was released from the county jail having undergone ia sentence of four months in connection with a coercion prosecution He was met outside by Mayor Condon M P Mr Powell who served the last two months of his term as a bail prisoner appeared to be in excellent health and spirits He left for Bin by the train from Clonmel On Saturday morning the bodies of two men were washed ashore on the seacoast near Johnstown which lies between Arklow and Mizen Head They are sup posed to be those of the victims of the recent drowning disaster in Arklow bay by which four fishermen lost their lives and it is believed they are the remains of John Brien and Larry Byrne who be longed to the crew of the Mary Jane which foundered during the storm In DecemberA fire occurred in Westport resulting in the destruction consider able portion of Messrs Halls corn and flour mills Near midnight John Bourke noticed the fire and at once summoned Assistance The large stores were com pletely burned down and an immense quantity of flour Indian meal and malse was destroyed together with the machinery How the fire originated has not been ascertained It is calculated that the total loss can not be less than 45000 In opening the quarter sessions at Mul linger Judge Curran in charging the grand jury said there were only five or six ceses to go before them ordinary crimes which would occur in a large county like Westmeath He adverted to the fact that at the last sessions he had to tell them that the thin end of the wedge of boycotting was entering Into their county But he was now happy to say that this had almost disappeared and that Westmeath was in its normal state quiet and peaceful Information reached Newry of a desperate chase after a lunatic near KHkee1ll- A farmer named Doran in a fit of mad ness attacked his two daughters He threw one into the river and tried to strangle the other The girl got away and informed the police who gave chase on bicycles Partially dressed and bare headed Doran mounted a horse and rode away He called at several houses but beyond giving a number of persons a fright caused no harm The police eventually came up with him and be was captured after a desperate struggle The tenants on the Bateman estate at- Port Abbeyfeale who signed purchase agreements some time ago and who were processed for all arrears of rent due intended contesting the legality of the proceedings before Judge Adams at the present sessions but having offered the receiver on the estate through their solicitor Daniel Leahy the Interest on the purchase money with costs based only on interest amounts Receiver Delap has accepted the tenants offer and has withdrawn further proceedings in the matter The tenants on the Scraban portion of the estate which extends into Kerry have been similarly treated The exact particulars in connection with the sudden death of James Dromey- at Droumcarra have since transpired It appears that the deceased who was not imperfect health since St Stephens day was in bed at his fathers residence at Dames on Tuesday morning He asked fora drink and ajsiater gave him an egg beaten up in newHk and in about twenty minutes after bit returning to the room she found the patient dead The deceasedwas aged about fortyfive years and was married The Coroner having been communicated with replied that the circumstances of the occurrence did not necessitates the holding of an inquest A Mullingajcorrespondent states that the floods ini that neighborhood have become very extensive A young man named James McGrath aged about twentyfive years who resided with his uncle whose house was flooded to a depth of several feet has lost his life He heard his brother who was returning home from Mullingar calling for assist ance The deceased went to his aid but missed his way and walked into a river which runs by the side of the car track Before help could reach him the unfor tunate man was drowned An inquest was held and a verdict of accidental death was returned The other members of the family were confined to the upper portion of the house until Saturday afternoon when they were removed in a boat The district of Cloneyhigue is entirely flooded resembling a vast lake and the many inhabitants are in a most pitable state- Meetings ofvthe Dock ward and Custom House ward burgesses were held recently in support of the candidature of Michael Donnelly for tile Limerick Mayoralty At the Custom House ward meeting P Bourke Presidentof the Limerick branch of the United rish League occupied the chair and spoke warmly of Donnellys claims to the office as the Nationalist candidate Alderman Joyce M P who attended said that this year they would have an English King paying in all pro bability a visit to Ireland and they should not have in office a Mayor of Limerickwho would be willing to kneel to him or kissitbe hem of his garment A resolution in support of Donnellys can didature was unanimously adopted At the Dock ward meeting a similar resolu tion was Jji9jp WanimouBjy agreed 4o i The candidates for the office are Michael Donnelly apd Ralph Nash solicitor and the supporters of both gentlemen are working energetically in the interest of the respective candidates Early on Tuesday morning a fire broke out in the leather department of James McDonnells extensive premises in Tuam The outbreak was quickly noticed and the assistants pf the firm and inhabitants I of the town at once proceeded to subdu- it The fire meantime had spread to th drapery establishment and as the premises occupy a large space in the central portion of the town much anxiety wasj felt regarding the safety of the adjoining houses The premises of Francis Keane T C which adjoin those of McDonnell were for a considerable time in much danger A telegram was dispatched to Galway for the fire brigade but the order was subsequently countermand- and some time afterwards the fire was got under control Michael C Shine Superintendent of the Waterworks with his assistants rendered valuable aid during the Conflagration Fortunately no casualties are recorded One man only Daniel qresharo in preventing the flames reaching Keanes received some injuries for Which he is now being at tended medically McDonnell is Chair man of the Tuam Town Commissioners BUCKINQHAAI The BonTon Burlesquers will be the next attraction at the Buckingham Thea ter beginning with tomorrows matinee LOUISR LANGDON TutU Frutti and The Daffy Shop two clever musical farces abuolutel startling in originality will hedge about an olio of clever people There will be the usual Sunday Monday Wednesday- and Saturday matinee HOME TO REST Clem Ketnpjtrrr- a who last week sustained severe sprain of lib right ankle left tbla week f his home at Ferdinand Ihd where fe will teat lentil theiinjured member ia eat rely well u ISu HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 21 of Hartford Conn has 2G8 members in good standing Will we have another Irish fair This question must be answered soon The proceedings of Friday nights meeting of the County Board will appear next week Division 3 meets Monday night at Hibernian Hall All the new members are looked for Ladies Auxiliary 10 of Division 5 of Spencer Mass was organized recently with 105 charter members We understand that eveything is ready for active steps toward the formation of ia Ladies Auxiliary in Louisville New Albany and JeffersonuJlle divis ions are making quiet arrangements for the appropriate observance of St P tricks day- Members of Division 1 who have pro posed candidates should see that they are brought to the hall for initiation at the last meeting in February Hibernians of Utica N Y are con templating the building of a hall for the accommodation of the various divisions of the order and other societies there Division 74 of South Boston had the four degrees of the new ritual worked on a large class of candidates by the staff from Division 39 of Somerville last Sun dayTomorrow the roll for the proposed new company of Hibernian Knights will be opened at the meeting of Division 14 of Providence R I Already forty members are anxious to join the new fraternity of Sir Knights Thomas Shaw has been selected for Chief Marshal of the St Patricks day celebration by the Providence Hiber nians Divisions will probably partici pate from all parts of Rhode Island Michael OBrien will be chief of staff State President Dillon officiated at the installation of officers of Division 9 of Valley Falls R I and afterward wit nessed the initiation of seven candidates soebeechangedMatthew Cummins President of Norfolk County installed the officers of Division 37 of Charlestown Mass in Monument Hall on Sunday The retir log president Edward Callagban was presented by the division with a gold charm Laurence H Sullivan another popular member was the recipient of a complimented On the coming St Patricks day the Hibernians of Baltimore will celebrate their centenary This is one of the old est societies in Baltimore and has had e continuous existence its membership in eluding nearly every Irishborn citizen of prominence iu the century that has passed John Oliver one of its mem bers and its President at the time of his death in 1827 left a large sum of money to found the Oliver Hibernian free school which has been the means of educating thousands of children The Hon W Bourke Cockran and Fin ley P Dunne will speak on the occasion of the celebration FIXED CARNIVAL DATES The Red Men of Louisville some time ago decided to hold a street fair and car val this summer 50 per cent of the pro ceeds to be distributed among the differ ent orphan asylums of the city The General Committee have selected two weeks September 7 to 19 for the carnival and are now looking for grounds From the General Committee an Execu tive Board composed of Messrs James B Camp David Hirsch Herman Cohn Dr John Buschemeyer Larry Gatto and Prof Enos Spencer was appointed This board will have absolute charge of the undertaking and will make all the arrangements PLEASANT EVENINO Miss Maggie Dalton entertained at her home Sunday evening in honor of Miss Mayme McGurk of Lexington Ky The evening was pleasantly spent in the enjoyment 3 of vocal and instrumental music The vocal soloists were Misses Margaret Quill Mary McEHIott Mrs Concannon Messrs George Kirn and Otto Greggs Instrumental music was furnished by Professor Setllman Miss Angela Gratzer and Miss Alice Sullivan During the evening an 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