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IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XILNO IL LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 28 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS f PROUD NIGHT Interesting and Instructive En tprtainmont Furnished by Ladles Auxiliary i Eloquent and Patriotic Address On Irish History and Music Songs of Erin Artistically Ren tiered Evoke Rounds of Applause IRISH HEARTS WERE GLADDENED Last Wednesday night the Rev Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church gladdened the hearts of the members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians by a visit which he made to their meeting The occasion was the reception poi social session ar ranged for their lady friends and the members of the four local divisions Not in its history was Hibernian Hall thronged with such a brilliant assemblage and the ladies have every reason to be proud of the social success achieved Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided with graceful dig nity and in welcoming the assembly expressed the great pleasure she felt in meeting such a large number of friends This augured for the success of both the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Ladies Auxiliary which is not yet six months old Her announcement that the Rev Father Walsh was present and would address them was greeted withI hearty applause which was repeated when he was introduced k The reverend speaker began by ex pressing his delight to be vith the Ladles Auxiliary and his appreciation of theI honor bestowed upon him Father Walsh declared himself in full sympathy withI the Ancient Order and the Ladies Auxiliary both of whom were doing theirI utmost for church and motherland Speaking of the Irish race which will stand till the end of time he said it was a grand old race of which all might well feel proud He was also proud of the I isle of hiskbiith and lnterestedHfu her nisioryrTWvsifrv to know the his It was a great thing tory of the Irish than whom no nation had one nobler or grander He ridiculed the claims of Englishmen and Scotchmen to the glories of ancient Ireland People can judge the civilization of a country byI its music and literature and the ancient past showed marvelous advancement in Erin where assembled the first Parliament in the annals of history that has been the model for all legislative assemblies ever since Even the division ofI the country which took place in those times was somewhat similar to that of the Suites in this country today These things he said are being verified each day by excavations and other research The spirit of Irish music will live and I Ireland will yet achieve her independ J ence Why the ancient Romans knewJJ of the bravery of the Irish whom they never attacked Next he turned his attention to the educational institutions t existing in Ireland from the third to the J thirteenth centuries and King Cormacs J code of laws which jurists of all coun tries have pronounced excellent and marvelous for that period In words of burning eloquence he declared that all i had reasons great reasons to be proud oftt their country and race which for manJJ hood and womanhood and Christian I and will neverII generosity had never been besurpassedThe people were passionately J fond of music Indeed this is a charac teristic of them In past ages they kept j their youths under training from their tender years and this was a lesson that J slid be followed by the Irish fathers Thank heavenand mothers of today the Irish race has done nobly for this country and have earned a debt of gratitude t that can never be repaid ThenJJ A followed a glowing tribute to the young who have come to our country from the t little green isle each of whom has added j wealth and credit to the land of their I adoption a land that will never turn its hand against the IrishII Of all the nations of the earth there is none richer in melodies sweet melodies than Ireland where the harpers and bards were held in kingly esteem The speakers reference to St Columbkille telling of his appeal for the bards of his time and how he saved tbu was a beautiful bit of word painting AfterII declaring himself frr the restoration oftt the Gaelic langurge which has a close relation with the aiuslc and perpetuates 1 the nationality of the race he pleaded for encouragement for those who are working this great revival The lessontt we should ever learn should be to be everll united and tills would eveiltualiy defeat the enemies V Ireland We must re J strain on personal feelings and stand forJj those in authority following our leaders when they are right with brotherly love for all being children of the same original I parents and the same heavenly father a Though England lays claim to all that I was great in the early ages in Ireland I it was the church that was the creator and saver of modern music and yet ancient Irish music though somewhat different compares favorably with that calkd Modwa Old Fattur Tim k tlo n- C U patient and truth and justice will prevail and may the day of justice which is sure to come soon shine ppon Erin and her sons and daughters Let us encourage Irish music that touches the heartstrings with sweetness and charm After dwell ing upon the power of music and what it might yet do for the people and country he uttered the significant words A song can make or break downA song can tear an empire In a grand peroration Father Walsh said Irish nationality will neverdie while Irish music lives Let all therefore hope that the Irish language and Irish music will prevail and be revived Before closing he paid a nice compliment to the auxiliary and wished it unbounded suc cess retiring amid a whirlwind of ap plauseMrs George Barrett then rendered a difficult piano solo and was encored until she responded She was followed by Mr George Barrett who sang splen didly and the audience would not be satisfied until he sang Kathleen Mavour neen Miss Josephine Hoerlz rendered most artistically a pleasing Irish ballad that was decidedly a hit of the evening The applause that followed her was un- stinted and did not cease until she made reappearanceMrs piano solo embracing Irish gems that were stirring in spired all hearers to the utmost and won for her the praises of all present Miss Genie Cunninghams singing of the Last Rose of Summer was excellent and Mrs Barretts medley closed the musical part of the programme State President Keenan and County President Sullivan were both heartily greeted They expressed pride over the meeting and announced the coming of Miss Maude MacCarthy under the auspices of the Hibernians for the benefit of the orphans The State President re turned thanks to Father Walsh and others for their presence and invited all to return and be the guests of himself and exState President Martin Cusick when they celebrate their silver jubilee this fall Others who were called upon were William M Higgins Tom Dolan and President John Hennessy who expressed a desire to meet all present with Division 4 at the New Athletic Club next Thurs day evening David OCounell and Dr Prank Norton brought the meeting to a close when all went home singing the praises of the Louisville Ladles Aux iliary of the Ancient Order of Hiber niansDuring the evening an abundance of refreshments were served the tables being gracefully presided over by Misses i tlft OConnell osie Godfse ails Kelly Virginia Barrett and Lady Heifer nanThe feeling of sympathy for State Sec retary Meehan and his estimable wife was general and the condolence of the organization was ordered forwarded them by the officers MACKIN COUNCIL Big Audience Expected When Hon E J McDermott Speaks A big audience is expected at the meeting of Mackin Council next Tuesday night to hear the address of lIon E J McDermott This seasons series of lectures has proven very beneficial and this one promises to be of unusual inter est Last Tuesday night the meeting room was fairly well crowded when President Shelley assumed the chair After receiving the application of Charles Zangel and electing Frank J Deuser to membership two new members were initiated It was announced that an earnest effort was being made to have Rev Father Abmaun of Carrollton Grand Chaplain of the Young Mens Institute here on the occasion of the joint meeting of the three local councils on February 1 There was no change reported in the condition of Henry Lichte feld who has been sick for some weeks but all were rejoiced to learn that John Nash was improving Ardrew A Oberst a prominent mem ber of Sarto Council at Owensboro was present and delivered a short but inter esting address that was well received Frank Leuz former Grand Secretary was also a visitor and in response to calls made one of his happy talks The former reported the Owensboro council in fine condition and steadily growing President Shelley announced the names of Mackins delegates to the Cath olic Federation for the current year They are Messrs Clarence H Zook George J Lautz Dr A R Bizot John McQuese and Frank G Adams UOES UP HIGH The many friends of Thomas J Keyer in this city are elated over news received this week from Memphis Several years ago he moved from Louisville to Memphis and formed the firm of Keyer Bros cotton brokers The firm has enjoyed remarkable success and stands high in the business world At the annual meet- Ing of the Memphis Cotton Exchange he was elected a member of the Board of Directors Director Keyer is a brother of our popular Magistrate Joseph M Keyer CROSS Of HONOR Among those decorated with crosses of honor on Gen Lees birthday by the local Daughters of the Confederacy was Capt Michael Lawler of this city a valiant Irish soldier of the Loet Cause The cross will be worn with honor and the memory of the donors ever appre tLt U J THE OLD MAN Has Support of Central Commit tee on the Iterating Question Opposed to Any Change by the Catholic Knights of America Long and Earnest Discussion and Unanimous Vote on Resolutions THE SUPREME TREASURERS WORDS The fact that the rerating question would come before the meeting for final action Friday night of last week called out a representative assembly of the Cen tral Committee of the Catholic Knights of America at St Marys Hall The meeting was called to order by President Newton Rogers twentythree delegates from ten branches being present The first business was the consideration of the Smith resolutions protesting against re rating of members They were read again and the discussion that followed was long andearnest and the result was as hereto fore predicted in these columns The sentiment against any change in the rates was practically unanimous but it must be remembered no action will be efiective untilafter the next Supreme convention in1905President Rogers first addressed the delegates giving his opinion and review- Ing the recommendations of the Fraternal Congress There was no occasion for alarm he said and a letter from Supreme Treasurer Carroll containing some sug gestions and his views was read by Secre tary Martin Supreme Trustee McGinn after speaking upon the resolutions made the statement that the Supreme officers had no power to rerate the members This can only be done by the Supreme body while in convention assembled Ed mund G Hill one of the most conservative members of the order advocated the adoption of the resolution and further urged the holding of a general meeting where all could have a chance to express theoselves upon this importantquestio Patrick Holley a pioneer of the Catho lic Knights of America spoke at some length about the downfall of the Knights of Honor and other fraternal orders He attributed their misfortunes to rerating and then pointed out why the resolutions should receive indorsement He believed it unjust to still further burden those who have paid for twentyfive years and amassed the great sinking fund from which they would draw nothing Edward Neuhaus editor of the Glau bensbote expressed his reasons for favoring the resolutions and then scored the C K of A Journal for the part it was playing on this important question John Schalda of St Vincent de Pauls Branch was opposed to any change whatever What he wanted was the rate to remain as it is as his branch was now hustling for new members and wanted to win the State prize as well as the organ offered by the Journal- Jonathan Thickstun Indianas State President spoke at some length upon the lines of his predecessors He regretted that the Radeski plan had almost scared the entire community to death when there was absolutely no reason for fear Supreme Trustee McGinn opposed re rating The question before them could not be taken up before May 1005 and meantime all could study this matter which interested a membership of over 25000 He did net believe in approving any of the plans submitted as some may yet be offered that would be better and more practical His vote would be for the adoption of the best proposition and when it came to the old man it should not be forgotten be was as old in mem shipas any in the order being a charter member of Branch 4 Secretary Martin followed and spoke for both himself and the State Spiritual Director The last speaker was exSupreme Trus tee Smith He disagreed with Secretary Martin who he declared did not under stand the contents or meaning of his resolutions After expressing regret at the absence of Supreme Delegate Reich ert and criticizing the committee for some of its actions Mr Smith called for a yea and nay vote The motion was put and all present voted for the resolutions as originally presented and they were then ordered published in the Journal Unimportant committee reports were received and a letter read from Michael Reichert explaining his absence He favored both the Smith resolutions and the Carroll proposition Branch 642 rev signed from the Central Committee and before adjournment State Treasurer Syl vester Rapier was elected a member of the committee from Branch 61 at New Haven The standing committees will be named by President Rogers at the February meeting It is gratifying to say that the best of feeling characterized the speeches and the proceedings of the entire meeting With this important question disposed of the committee will be able to turn its attention to other mat ters beneficial to the seventeen local branches Last Saturday at St Louis Supreme Trustee Corroll stated to the editor of the Kentucky Irish American thattbe Catho sic kaigfeU of America art iio a + soaad 1 H condition and cons aptly becoming stronger Just now tuere was a heavy death rate butways w uld be devised to meet it The best advertisement for the order he declared wa4 the prompt payment of death would con claimsjhlcbtinue to be I ALLii ii- J i- Young J It 1 Hibernians at New Athletic ClubjThursday Nlghtf During the pastwtk the younger members of Division A of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have been working zealously for the succe of their euchre and dancing party wM h takes place atI the New Athletic Club Fifth and Zane streets next Thursday night Many handsome prizes wilE be djsfribuled among the euchre players and for the dancers Prof Kueltr has arranged a special programme embracing all the latest music As tll will doubtless prove the IrishAmerican social event o the season every preparation has been made for n large alien lance A cordial invitation is extended the members off the Ladies Auxiliary I ie four divisions and all Catholic societies to be present and the committee will ee that all enjoy themselves John J Barry Joe Hanrabau Tint Downey James Ken sly Will Hen nessey Dr To H Mulvey and Frank A McDonogh compose tie committee in charge and better selections could not have been made The understand what their friends want aria will give it to them The division IIi ets next Wednesday night and all arena ged to be there to hear the report of this committee This will be indeed J opportunity to have some fun and a set a jolty lot of people 1 RECENT DEATHS Much sympathy is feltt for John and Margaret Fleming of 2111 Portland ave nue whose little sons Thomas died Wednesday morning j The funeral took place Thursday morning and the remains were tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery Grim death brought Jsorrow to many hearts Wednesday lip snatching away the life of Francis 1fdnfant son of Louis and Carrie Re every of 1633 Rowan street T1frfiteefal took place yesterdayafternoop lhltrment being inl StrJo iI ceery 1IiMM wlAt+ rtr Miss Nellie Flynn daughter of Bridget and the late Patrick Flynn died Monday night at the home of her mother 1814 Portland avenue and it was with feelings of grief that her friends learned the sad news Her funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday morning Mrs Katie Stout wife of the late William Stout and a highly regarded resident of the West End passed to her eternal reward Wednesday She was a womau of happy disposition and kindly ways and she had an extended circle of friends by whom she will be sadly missed Her funeral took place yesterday morning from St Patricks church Mrs Ellen Gannon widow of Martin Gannon and for many years a resident of Portland answered the final summons Monday morning her death being the result of stomach trouble She was fifty two years old and one son and a daugh ter survive her The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Patricks the interment being in St Louis ceme tery Laura A Burks aged twentyeight years died Wednesday evening leaving many friends to mourn her untimely taking off She was a sister of Mrs Peter R Simms of 1727 West Kentucky street from whose home the funeral took place yesterday morning the services being held at the Sacred Heart church Father Walsh officiated at the solemn mass of requiem Last Sunday afternoon Carrie Marie Herp daughter of Theodore and Rosalia Herp 1022 East Caldwell street passed to her eternal reward fortified by the sacraments of the church of which she had always been a devout and zealous member The deceased was twenty years old and had grown from infancy in this city and was esteemed and loved by all Her funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from St Martins church the inter ment being in St Michaels cemetery Mrs Elizabeth Sullivan a well known and highly respected resident of the West End succumbed to the deadly grip Monday morning at her residence 2124 West Walnut street after an illness of short duration She was the widow of the late Daniel Sullivan at one time Lieutenant of Police and her death has caused deep gloom among her wide cir cle of friends Five sons all grown survive to mourn her loss They are William Robert and Patrick Sullivan with the Louisville Nashville railroadI John SulHvanwith the City Railway Company and Daniel Sullivan with the Con tinental Tobacco Company The funeralIwhich was very largely attended took withRevsolemn mass of requiem LIBRARY TRUSTEE Archbishop Farley has been elected aImember of the board of the New YorkI madeIvacant by the death Of AH Green clockHI o r GREAT TlMEfl Provided For Winners in Ken tucky Irish American Contest Irelands Largo Display Will Require Thirteen Acres of Space Wonderful Attractions For ill horuian Week at Worlds Fair ROOMS SECURED AT THE LINDELL ITlfe Kentucky Irish Americans editor wEe are pleased to be able to state that n suite of rooms at the Lindell Hotel will be at KrentIWorlds Fair voting contest While there it was his good fortune to meet Messrs Frank G Cunningham John Tierney Garrett Lee Frank Higgins Charles Beker and John Cosgrove all former Kentuckians but now prominent in the business affairs of the Worlds Fair City City Auditor Patrick Fltz Gibbon County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was also visited From these gentlemen much that is new and interesting was learned That the Louis iaua Purchase Exposition will surpass anything in the worlds history is now conceded by everybody Only a visit to the grounds and inspection of the mon ster exhibition buildings can give the faintest idea of what will be seen there when the fair opens in May County President Pita Gibbon Frank Cunningham John Tierney and others declare that the banner week will be the one beginning July 19 when the Ancient Order of Hibernians hold their national convention The order in StLouis has been working hard since the Denver convention for this event and the reception arranged for the Irish at that time will be most magnificent and perfect in every detail Working with the order and aid ing in the formation of divisions and military companies are Rev Fathers Dempsey Lavery Casey Tracey Aly RightRevjBishuGleunoirNatioualhuplail is also there atsd in hearty accord with I nil that is being done Thus it will be seen what is in store for those who go as guests of the Kentucky Irish American The Lindell Hotel where they will stop is one of the finest in the West and the genial and generous Irish proprietor M Shaughnessy has guaranteed the suite of three rooms for an entire week Later a picture of this great hotel will appear in our columns Now is the time for those who wish to spend that week with out extra cost for hotel or railroad fare to enter the race which is yet young Re member that with every dollar subscrip tion paid fifty votes may be cast in addition to those cut from the paper New and old subscribers may vote for their choiceman and wife single lady or single gentleman The contest will not close till July 4 so that all have an equalchance In no case however will votes be counted unless accompanied by the price subscription For this Worlds Fair Ireland is draw ing on her romantic past her beautiful scenery her wouderlul soil her famed fac tories and her art centersto make an exhibit that will adequately portray the resources of the beautiful Emerald Isle and the industry and advancement of her people All Irish organizations on both sides of the Atlantic have united to make this exhibit repreuentative credit able and snccessful Erin will have no national pavilion but she will have more than that On a tract 575x250 feet fronting on Lindell boulevard near the main Exposition entrance the Irish international exhibition will create an exhibit that will typify the industrial importance of ancient and modern Ire land and show her educational and social achievements Many historic places will be repro duced and processes of manufacture of many ofthose articles in which the Irish acknowledge no rival will be shown There will be a typical Irish theater where an Irish company will produce Irish plays and where Irish music willI predominate Another reproduction that will appeal to the Irishman and Ameri can alike will be the cottage in Ireland that was built and occupied by the grandfather of the late President of the United States William McKinley Many of the historic relics of the McKinley family will be exhibited in this Worlds Fair replica Many of the beauty spots in Ireland famous in history and verse will be reproduced Lake Killarneyand the mountains surrounding it will be shown in miniature There will be photographed panoramic views and mov ing pictures of many of the most notedII spots in Ireland Two restaurants will be established in the section one where the strictly Irish eatables will be served in pure Irish style The other restaurant will be and J more pretentious cosmopoli tan More than 100 Irish men and women will leave their native land to assist in the presentation of this exhibit that will be typical or Ireland in every t respect and which will be a dignified exposition of what Ireland really IsjSir Horace Plunkett Lord CasUeton I and x PGIl1 of Ute Dogartmeat of I R r- n n Agriculture and Technical Instruction have evinced much interest in the move ment and are doing all in their power to make the exhibit a success Sir Thomas Lipton Is lending his encouragement to the movement In New York the Hons John D Crimmins Bourke Cockran Patrick J Egan Myles J OBrien andI the Hon Patrick Collins Mayor of Boston have identified themselves with the enterprise In St Louis the supervising committee is composed of such representative citizens as Daniel C Nugent James Boyce Edward Devoy and J A Reardon Mr Reardon left St Louis recently for Ireland and while on the Islandsecured many attractions The laces linens poplins friezes carpets andl needlework will be shown in process ofr manufacture in model factories that will1I be reproduced on the spacious groundsI at the Exposition Entrance to this Irishl exhibit will be through a replica of the old House of Parliament as it now standsI today as the Bank of Ireland in Dublin Blarney Castle and the famous Blarney stone will occupy n conspicuous sjte iin the reservation These are only a few of the many things that appeal to the Irish heart that will be seen SEWING CIRCLE EUCHR- Handsome Prizes and Lunch eon For Contestants and Visitors Phoenix Hill Park should be thronged next Wednesday afternoon and evening when the ladies of the St Anthony Hos pital Sewing Society give their big euchre for that worthy charitable insti tution Frequent meetings have been held of late and nothing has been left undone that would add to the eclat of the occasion Prominent among the ladies who have been most active in this undertaking are Mrs Frank Geher of St Boniface church Mrs Frank Walters of St Martins and Mrs Smith of the Cathedral and their names alone are a guarantee of both social and financial successBesides the euchre there will be an gentlemen uable and useful articles will be disposed of The latter will be looked after by Ben Schieman Many of our leading merchants have made generous dona tions and all that is required is the pres ence of the charitable public St Anthonys Hospital is a credit to this community and deserves hearty support ifiatrii tj Ati V Jmot J1 k rt 1i oo STEADILY GROWING Division 3 Receives Two Ap plications and Two Aro IInitiated Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians continues to add more names to Its roll Monday night there was a good attendance when President Quinn opened the meeting among those present after a long absence being exPresident John Cavanaugh and Denny Coleman Both made nice talks giving the reasons for their nonattendance with assurances that they were now ready to agaiu don the harness and work for the success of the division Patrick G King and Victor Nicolas were elected members and received the applicatlons proper committees and these with others heletoforeelectellwill give Division 3 a large class for the final degrees at the next general initiation Timothy McCarthy and Michael Hehir who have been on the sick list were re ported as steadily improving by the Vis sting Committee The officers were ordered to send a letter to State Secretary Meehan expressing the sympathy of the members over the death of his son Other business transacted was only of a routine character but there was sufficient to make a very interesting session WAONERS VENTURE Henry J Wagner one of Louisvilles most experienced and competent tinners and roofers has opened a shop of his own at Seventh and St Catherine streets He will make a specialty of job work of all kinds but will always have a force of men who will do firstclass work in the way of tin roofing guttering and spout ing Direct and indirect heating pipes givenspecialwork in his line will make no mistake in employing Mr Wagner who is skilled and reliable in everything pertaining to his business AMATEUR MINSTRELS The members of Unity Council Y M I of New Albany are making careful preparations for their minstrel show to be given at St Josephs Hall on Wednes day night February 10 An upto date programme is being arranged by Mana ger Hackett embracing numerous local hits and funny features Charles Moser will occupy the middle in the first part while Will Kerr Owen Cullivan Charles Hackett and Henry Miller will crack jokes and create laughter on the ends BASDSTQWN The Young Mens Institute of Bards town gave a very successful drama Thursday for the benefit of St Catherines Academy The young ladies of the town lent their aid in selling tickets and a alee ertwwM cashed c RINGING Address Made by the lIon John E Redmond to Ills Constituents Declares Emphatically Homo Rule Is the Question of the Hour Appeals ForVigorous Organiza tion and a United Party I TIME HAS COME FOR ACTION The Hon John E Redmond leader of the Irish parliamentary party made a stirring address to a mass meeting of his lastEspoke no uncer tain tones when he said that the demand for home rule will now once more go to the front He added very significantly We will speedily make the English politicians of all parties understand that no concession of any kind whatever on any other subject will Induce us to post pone for one hour our insistence upon the restoration of Irelands rights and her independence The next session of Par liament will open in three or four weeks and will present unusual opportunities for pushing on a national demand English parties are today broken and disor ganized The Government can not sur vive this session without our aid and the Liberal party can not succeed to office without our votes The position is therefore full of hope and it is also full of difficultyIt be little short of a madman were I under these circumstances to dis cuss or sketch a plan ol campaign which must deend from day to day upon the development of the situation but ladies and gentlemen there are certain broad lines that may be safely laid down In the first place this golden opportunity one of the opportunities that only occur once in a generationwill Inevitably slip away from us and elude our grasp if Ire land does organIzedthat Englands highest intestwa + gLesiinlcrestisno great cause in Parliament Without it we can not even reap the fruits of the victories we have already won In essen tials I am happy to think today there is no difference of opinion among Irish Nationalists and I say we would be arnation of fools if we allowed differences of opinion on nonessentials to disturb our councils or to weaken our ranks I have no fear myself no fear whatever these gobackonly united party that will go back to Westminster So far organizationgreatertodayprogramme and its policy are clear and unmistakable That progtamme that policyhas undergone no change and with the near approach of a general elec tion I appeal to allour friends to strrnghen and spread the United Irish positiontoIrish party if posssiblestronger in numbers t it possible more united and more disciplined than the party of today A vigorous organization in Ireland and a InParliament thefirstopportunities which await us at Westminster 04 this session and I appeal to the people In every constituency today to see placedatwhenParliamenty questionOConnell is occu pied but is not governed That is true Ireland is ahostileof a Government in this country is un ItIsconstitutional form it is not merely gov ernment curried on from day to day in overwhelmIng its merits a bad Government a rotten corruptand worldTheper head of the population is double the Itismalntslnedbyto certain classes of the population and it is true today as it was of the time with reference to which Mr Lecky used to ofIrelanllment In every department of Govern ment extravagance the most extravagant disgracefulInefficiency education technical instruction Indus trial development the Government is quite as inefficient as it is in small matters such as not being able to build a crumbleInsay Government that is inefficient that is underwhichdepopulatedIndustryIsbranches is starved and stuntedwhereevery class except policemen are dissatis fied such a Government whatever its origin has no justification for its exist ence when as in the case of our Govern 8ullIn a and shame of the act of union and I say almostto f 11is I FQNTUOKY LTsY1 AI RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGM Savored to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Rutered at the Louisville Poitofflce as Secoad Class Matter Addicts all Conmaakalions to tthe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Slreef UNIONGTRADES LA9Et LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 23 1904 WORDS OF TRUTH Justice Harlan of the United States Supreme Court is a Republican who is not afraid to condemn the recent policies of his party In a recent lecture before a law class of the Columbian University speak 1lugon constitutional law he mad this significant comment on the i constitution Let us hope that this instru ment which has served so wells will weather the storms which the ambitions of certain men are creat lug in an effort to make this coun- tryt a world power It would be a blessed thing says the Minneapolis Irish Standard for our common country if Presi dent Roosevelt and others who have the shaping of our national affairs would hear and learn from this staunch and true advocate of American principles the real meaning of the constitution under which we have been a great and progressive nation They seem bent however on discarding that code and appealing to such shams as manifest destiny and mandate of civilization INSPIRING MEMORIES In Buffalo the revival of Irish music and study of Irish history are receiving great encouragement Rev Father Cronin the venerabl editor of the Union and Times has taken up the subject and unde I aboveheadwritesTI alienvictor does in every land where his ruth less sword has robbed and slain iis to seek the destruction of the lten guage and literature of the people for so long as the storied past will all its ennobling inspirations can r be rehearsed in the grand old pop ular tongue the tyrant will fear the permanency of his throne This is why Bismarck outlawed the French language in the an nexed provinces at the close of the Pranco German war This is why the mellifluous tongue of the Gae so tender in loveso fierce in wrathwas anathematized by the Englisn tyrant robbers who ty fraud and wile managed to get control in Ireland So the tongue of Ossian and his bardic brethren was banned equally with the religion of St Patrick A price was placed on the head of schoolmaster as well as on the head of priest of the altar Both had to seek the seclusion of mountain and glen the one to break the bread of life to the wolfhunted flock the other to teach the rudiments of letters to the poor children of plundered arid persecuted sires Oh surely the martyr tenacity with which the people of Ireland clung to the faith of Christ despite the darkness and desolation of the centuries of horrors to which they were subjected has not without reason challenged the wonder and admiration of the world1 Arid reflection upon the glorious profession of Catholic faith through those dark and dreadful days inspires the thought that of all the great spirit ual captains of nations from the apostles down none of them all on the great judgment day will marshal a larger number of laurel u crowned soldiers of the cross than blessed Patrick the mitred apostle everfaithful Ireland As for the hunted Irish school master and the ragged children whom he tutored in the shelter of the glen let both be remembered with honor and with pride Yea verily the hedge school that has sometimes provoked the smile of the ignorant andthoughtleas should b pinnacled in tuonumentala glory for it will stand on historys page for all time as a sublime evidence of the passionate love of learning which then burned in the Irish heartYes unterrified by the crucial laws enacted against him undismayed by the gun and bayonet cof the ruthless soldiery that were set- on the outlaws track the Irish shoolmaster bravely gathered bis little flock about him and Imparted to their young minds a knowledge of letters in their own loved Gaelic speech so glorified by countless saints and scholars in their own loved island home There by the gurgling water of the limpid stream shaded by the thick hedge of fragrant hawthorn whereon the thrush and blackbird sung the young pupil of the hedge school stealthily conned their rustic books because forsooth it was a crime according to English law for an Irish child to learn to read or write And yet with a plethora of fine scorn the descendants of those British brutes who did everything that the perverted ingenuity of man could devise to destroy and even brutalize human nature in the Irish heart are the loudest howlers iin stigmatizing the Irish as ignorant and depraved But to return to the opening sentence of these observations If the destruction of the tongue and literature of the vanquished is the first desire9fJldf foreign victor 5CJ we insist the alpha in the regeneration of any people on regalnin their national autonomy should be the restoration of their own tongue their own literature their own story as sung and told by their own bards and sages- WOULD NEVER FORCE The Rev J Greenwood of Osh kosh is reported in the local papers as discussing the act of Bishop Muldoon at the Iroquois Theater fire in giving absolution to the dying victims in a body but complains the Rev Greenwood the application of the rite was confined solely to Catholics and every Protestant might suffer the agonies of the damned forever for the Bishops absolution was con fined strictly to the members of his own church We coincide with the writer in the Milwaukee Citizen who declares that the Rev Greenwood must be a hard person to please If Bishop Muldoon should gather all of the Rev Greenwoods parishioners into his cathedral and baptize them without asking their consent the Rev Greenwood would doubtless denounce such action as forcibly constraining the conscience of the Protestant people Bishop Mul doon would not force nor proffer the sacrament of baptism nor the sacrament of penance upon those not of the church nor upon those not perfectly willing to receive the ameAnother Episcopal clergyman has become alarmed over the divorce evil The Rev Lewis Brown in a sermon last Sunday night declared if the number of divorces among Protestants in comparison to the number of weddings continue to increase until the year 1910 the climax will have been reached He pleaded for the sacredness of the marriage vow as observed by the Catholic church and wanted the divorce laws made more strict The Holy Father treats lightly the rumors concerning lellptI ially the one from Madrid that I f1 u u t 1M announced his death Pope Pius declines to look at them from a superstitious standpoint but quite the other way and thinks they may even prolong hiss life All Christians pray he may see the days of his illustrious pedecessor the great Leo XIII Thus far Representative Sherley is the only Democratic candidate from the Fifth Congressional dis I drict His nomination seems a foregone conclusion Washington reports commend him for his strict attention to duty and the amount of work he is doing for this district Such gatherings as that which assembled at Hibernian Hall on Wednesday night should be more frequent They are productive of great good both socially and in tellectually The ladies who made the arrangements certainly deserve praise and encouragement Both bar and people of Kentucky regret the decision of Judge Ster ling B Toney to remove from this city to Denver Col The best wishes of the entire community will follow him to his new home Secretaries of Catholic societies will do the Kentucky Irish American a favor by forwarding us a synopsis of the proceedings of their meetings Its columns are open to all BISHOP CHATARD Contrlbutos 20000 to Build- Ing Fund of Indianapolis Cathedral It was announced at the masses last Sunday morning at Stsh Peter and Paul church Indianapolis by the Rev Joseph Cbartrand pastor of that church and Secretary to Bishop Chatard that the building of the new Cathedral of the diocese of Indianapolis would begin in April and be carried on until practically completed It was also made publicly known for the first time that Bishop Chatard had given 20000 toward the building fund Arrangements have al ready been made for the breaking of the ground and the laying of the foundation The plans for the new Cathedral were drawn about seven years ago by Architect Renwick of New York the architect of St Patricks Cathedral of that city The estimated cost of the edifice is 200000 It is expected to be the handsomest church in Indiana and one of the finest in the middle West It will be of the Renaissance style of architecture The Cathedral will be built on the half block at Fourteenth street running from Me ridian to Pennsylvania BISHOP HENDRICK Particular dignity was given to the celebration of the sixth anniversary of the dedication of St Francis Xavier church St Louis last Sunday because Right Rev Thomas A Hendrick Bishop of Cebu P I presided at the solemn high mass The musical programme was rendered by a choir of sixtyfive voices St Francis Xaviers is the church of the Jesuit Fathers and is one of the largest and most magnificent in the country Catholics from Louisville who attend the Worlds Fair should not fail to visit it Bishop Hendrick stopped over in St Louis for the purpose of arranging with the Jesuit authorities for priests and edu cators from this country for his province in the Philippines RATHER LIVELY The Denver Catholic says things are getting rather lively at Telluride Col where the miners are striking and martial law has been declared Churches private dwellings and public buildings have been searched for arms On Monday of last week the military made a visit to St Patricks church andentered the sacred edifice partly to satisfy their curiosity but principally to disabuse themselves of the idea that it was a repository of concealed weapons Union men and union sympathizers are being daily taken out of the town Here is an instance of the meanness of rich operators and the arbitrariness of military rule UNIVERSITY TRUSTEES At the close of the pjesent month there will be an extra meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Catholic Uni versity of America at Washington The statements appearing from day to day in the secular press that this gathering will partake of the nature of a meeting of the American hierarchy to discuss the project of creating Primate in the United States are without foundation in fact squally baseless are the published particulars of an alleged plan to establish a see at Washington separate from and Independent of the Baltimore diocese WILLIAM OBRIEN RESIGNS William OBrien the well known rationalist member of Parliament for Cork City has resigned his seat in the House of Commons OBrien threatened toe resign several months ago owing to lifferences with the Freemans Journal whtch attacked his policy in connection itt ethe United Irish League Unsuccees- ul efforts here made oc several occasions to hisdeterminen1aitd CAVES OF KILKEE 1 To 1Where1 Where the air it is pure And travelers secure 0 come to the caves of Kilkeel The girls are pretty Andwinsome and witty Beautiful as ever you did see Their sweet looks beguile My fond heart all the while Im around by the caves of Kilkee The Isle of Moymell Far away oer the swell On the golden horizon youll see Theres no scene in Clare Of the cliffs steep and bare Like the beautiful caves of Kilkee S9S3S969S96SS9 SOCIETY Miss Annie McGill will leave tomorrow for a ten days visit at Pass Christian Miss Miss Maud Cootiey has returned to her home at Carlisle after a pleasant visit to friends in this city Mrs John Shea has returned to her home in the Highlands after a pleasant visit to Denver Col Mrs M A Mcllhany of Watertownj N Y was the guest of her brother John T Leggett last week It will be pleasing news to the many friends of Miss Victorine McCarthy to know that she is out again Miss Lula Johnston has returned Iron a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Ada Johnston at Elizabethtown Mrs Eliza Murphy has returned to her home in Jeffersonville after a pleasant visit to relatives in Indianapolis Miss Margaret Malone entertained the members of the Literary Club at her home on Willow avenue last Monday Miss Ada Walsh who suffered a frac tured arm several weeks ago is able to be out again though the injured member is still weak Mrs A T McNaughton of Jefferson ville has returned home after a pleasan visit to her son Homer McNaughton at North Vernon The many friends af John Moritz the well known stove molder will be glad to hear that he is steadily improving from a severe case of erysipelas Mrs J J Morgan and daughter Miss Elizabeth have returned to Kansas City Mo after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs S Manly of Portland Mrs Walter Leachmau of Springfield Ky who becamo bride a few weeks ago is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J K Leahy at Crescent Hill Miss Nannie McGuire daughter of Mrs John McGuire Thirteenth street has gone with Mrs Roy Cunningham for a months stay at Birmingham Ala Miss Mabel Fitzgerald of North Ver non Ind who is well known in Louis ville has gone to St Marysofthe Woods at Terre Haute to attend school John J Barry editor of the New Haven Erbo was a welcome visitor here this week He has as many friends in Louis ville as in Nelson county where every one knows him Miss Mary A Martin who has been here this week playing the leading role in The Sign of the Cross visited her cousins the Messrs M Fand J B Doherty in Jeffersonville For the past week there has been great rejoicing in the Piazza home 713 Rose lane street The cause was the arrival of a lovely girl baby whom Papa Will iam declares is the prettiest visitor that has yet arrived at his happy home The many friends of Mrs James Heffer nan will be pained to learn that she is confined to her home 2232 Portland avenue suffering from asevere attack of grip Her condition while serious is not considered dangerous and it is hoped her recovery may be announced next week Miss Nora Seymour a well known young lady of this city and T JJ Mackin ae popular resident of Lebanon were quietly united in marriage Wednesday evening Rev Father Raffo of St Charles Borromeo performing the ceremony The happy couple at once left for Leba non where they will make their future home The popular Nonpariel Dancing Club will give another of its always enjoyable dances next Wednesday night at the New Masonic temple Theater The Nonpariel acknowledged tobe the most successful social club of the year and has for its patrons the elite of the city Monday evening the members will partake of a banquet at Fountain Ferry Joseph McCarthy the grocer at Eighth and St Catherine streets has been kept busy during the week receiving congratu lations on the arrival of a fine baby girl at his home Though this is the fourth child the happy father thinks she is the only one in the whole house Mother and bade are doing nicely while Papa Joe is preparing a big celebration for to morrow when little Kathleen will be christened The Nelson County Record announces the marriage of Miss Eveline Bryant daughter of George Bryant who lives on Landing Run and Joseph S Smith son ofr John Smith of Smiths Springs the ceremony being performed January Id at Stt Thomas by Rev Nicholas Ryan Both of the contracting parties are widely known and este iedandi belong to well sown families jA host of friends join In extending well wishes i One of this months prettiest weddings will occur next Tuesday moaning in the parlors of St Charles Borromeo church when Miss Lottie Casey the attractive and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Kenealey wilt become the bride of Charles A Slade one of the most popular engineers on the Louisville Nashville railroad Both have a host of friends and admirers who wish them along and happy wedded life inIi i Wednesday February 3 The contracting parties are Miss Anna Abel of Car rollton and John Horan of Prestonville Both are well known and of high social standing and their union will be witnessed by a large number of friends and relatives Rev Father Ahmaun will perform the ceremony that makes them mat and wife Among the pleasant social events of the week was the reception tendered the members of the Jolly Pit Club by Mr and Mrs Fred Struck at their home Second and Green streets on Wednesday night Following the games whit were very exciting the genial hostess invited those present to partake of bounteous feast and an hour was devotee to the delicacies of the season and men went Handsome prizes were won by Misses May Able and Mary Higgins and Messrs Clarence Nevin and Charles Parsons The marriage of Thomas Gannon and Miss Margaret Meeban will be solemu ized Monday and will be witnessed by a host of their friends Miss Meehan resides on High street and is considered out of the prettiest and most amiable young ladies of the West End The groom is ia well known Illinois Central fireman highly respected by his superiors and all who know him The happy couple will at once go to housekeeping on Nest Oak street They have the best wishes of a wide circle of friends and acquaintance for a long life of health and happiness LIFES WORK ENDED Mother Agatha Superior General of the Sisters of St Joseph and one of the oldest and best known heads in the orders of Sisterhood of the Catholic church in the United States died last Saturday morning at the mother bout and convent of the order at Minnesota avenue and Kansas street St Louis Mother Agatha was seventyfour yeas old and had been in the order over fifty three years For the past thirtytw years she filled the position of Superior General with jurisdiction over the com munitles of of the Sisterhood in tbi provinces of St Louis St Paul Troy and Los Angeles Cal The fuser services were held in the convent shape Tuesday morning Archbishop Glennoi pontificating at the high requiem mass WELL KNOWN PRIEST DEAD Rev Father James P McCafferty rector of St Michaels parish and one of the best known Catholic clergymen in the South died at Pensacola Fla last Sun day of consumption after an illness of about one year For more than ten days his life had been despaired of Father McCafferty came to Pensacola from Mobile about three years ago and during that time won the affections of the emir community His remains were taken to Mobile his old home for interment APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED The Apostolic Delegate at Washingto has received from Rome three brief making the following appointments Monsignor S G Messmer Archbishop of Milwaukee Right Rev J J Hartley Bishop of Columbus Ohio Rev JM Lucey of Little Rock Ark Domesti Prelate of His Holiness At Milwaukee extensive arrangements are being made for the reception of Archbishop Messtne upon his arrival to assume his new charge CANT LEAVE HOME Frank Maas the well known salesman for Gathof Bros is still confined to bis home at 1933 West Walnut street Las Sunday he was taken seriously ill and for a few days his condition was considered quite serious His friends will rejoice to learn that there was a decided change for the better Thursday and his speedy reo covery is now predicted INSTALLED AS DIRECTORS The Building Contractors Exchange installed its new Board of Directors at the annual meeting this week Among the names many are pleased to see are J B OHgschlager Will P Bannon J L Strassell and Jacob Stengel The board will meet for organization on the first Thursday in FebruaryD- AINTY FRUIT SANDWICHES Cut the bread very thin and spread lightly with butter then spread with raisins dates or candied cherries that have been chopped fine and moistened with orange juice Roll and tie with baby ribbons Lemopade is servedwith these LABOR SAVER A sewing rug is a great labor saver epecialiywhen one has no regular sewing room Sew several widths of denim together to make a rug the desired size hem the ends Spread it in a convenient corner of the room place the machine and sewing table on it and it will catch alltbe1 threads and small scraps of material It can then be taken up and shaken and sweeping will be unneces saryoBALLOON MUFFINS Place your gem pans on the range 9- get very hot Take one pint of whole heat tour half a pint of sweet milk andhatf a pint of cold water beat together thoroughly with a strong wire beater Grease the pans fill twothirds ull and bake in a quick oven twenty minute or until they art puffedand J1clrbtwlMdf Use no salt or baking o iI 0 n- L w w Iw Euchrew ws= AND = r i Dance D I1l11l1111111111l1PGM M M Ancient Hibernians NEW ATHLETIC 1 CLUB M nurs IIve11 COMMITIEEJohn J Jos HenneBeyDrJ iLltilltilltlttiltiltlltiltllliltII i If= wI DANISH DOUGHERTY THOMAS 1m i DOUM K66DaiL- UNDERTAKERS I I u 1m West Market Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth H03VTE TJ3 IB5I 12XO u- nI csls All OnUs Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for All Occasions I D Dougherty Telephone 2915 = I 2i lIr i IlHI+ II1ib3lid1tIIIIIi1 HMMHHHi 1 HI HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND l CT 0 aARREzTF rDIQECTOQrr EAST MAIN STREET IISSSassistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business v under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1 HMIIHIHMIr 1 il MHH1 1 H1H1HH1 11I M11I 1 IM 1 ili44I41I I I l 1 1 HHM4HMt t H t t t tt t tMMUt t HH t t t Gran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalnief Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET700 WEST WALNUT TELEPHONE 810 tttttH e 11i S 3 8Sx eKs s s 3 s S D BAX Funeral Director and Embalmer TEJEPHONE =360 i Carriages For All Occasions 700 CHESTNUT ST I powder salt is easily added when they are broken open to eat These muffin are sweet and can not hurt a dyspe- pticSTORYBTTBS Guilty or not guilty asked the court clerk of a prisoner charged with some trivial offense What are ye her for but to find out was the quick rejoinder In a suit brought by an installmen house to obtain payment for a set of furniture an Irish witness was asked if he knew what quartered oak meant His reply was Well sir it means nowadays that its threequarters pine Another witness was asked if the officer struck the prisoner with impunity His reply was while I was there he struck him with his club An Irishman in an Ohio city was wit ness to some difficulty between ia friend of his and an officious policeman Called into court to testify hi evaded all pointed questions in order not to give any testimony that might he against his friends side of the case lie did this effectively that the attor ney was nettled and cried out Look here sir llOU swear you were present during this trouble and yet you can give no of what took place How is What do you mean sir was the answer I was there all the time but I was in a kind of a daze The lawyer was trying to confuse the witness and to discredit his testimony What did you say your name was asked the attorney Michael Doherty siriI uMichael Doherty chi Now Michael be careful and answer this question carefully Are you a married man I think I was married So you think because you got married that you are a married man do you Now tell me whom yon married Why sir I married a woman Now flow dont you know better than to trifle with this court Of course J I1I Order of gM a 2 EUCHRE BEGINS 815 SHARP M HANDSOME PRIZES = M Barry T Hanrahan ltltllI KEENAN 1225 Street HOISn3 Home = J 123 7 1MM E Not so account this Yes so Semi=Annual ClearanceSale Dutchess Trousers Values 150 90c Values 250 k 140 f 300Values 190 ACValues Values 450 3 290 40Values AlldrememberthefamousDutchess guaranteerocfor comes offIoo or a new pair free if they rip Y LEVYSTHIRD you married a woman Did you even hear of anybody marrying man Yes sir my sister married a man The prevailing taste for costumes all in one tone or in shading of one color gives decided elegance and refinement to the modes of the moment u 1 KENIUOKY IRISH A1kIBiI2IC M7 LOAN GREEN McBride IS Because Go Mamma t- oCHICAGOON JkIalIltal auwY- I In CAR E H FRANK General Agent H Traffic W Presided tt tftt HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen M Proprietor Home Telephone 384 238 W yoflaoreaoltl St M M H M H M M M H tttttttttt WILLIAM BORGMANNAgent Wholesale Retail Dealer in WHISKIESs WlftES HfiD CIGA S I offer to the consumer some old at the prices 10 old A 0 Nail 400 per gal 9year old Pearl of Nelson 350 per gal 8 old 300 Jefferson Co 250 gal 4 old 200 per gal and Sherry Wines 100 per gal Or in the WINE or line at correspondingly low prices Will in plain wooden boxes without any additional charge Home Phone 6264 ST LOUISVILLE KYI We age purity of all our goods HENRY Ca LAUERTEItEPHONE 1io Wines Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 430 Branch House 905 Weat Market EAST JEFFERSON nno x Ie o QUART- ERSftALLscffY A FOURTHJEFFER LIABLE MOAEV LENDERS q PETER M ANDRWI E 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Tires 205 and 207 WEST ST Illinois Central Railroad gets c OPOVWINTER TOURIST TICKETS Now on sale to NEW ORLEANS LA and other points in the South also to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running per sonally conducted to New Mexico Arizona and Texas For information as to tickets rates connections tccall or address W J C3 A Fourth and Market or F W Harlow D P A Louisville BIG FOUR THE BUST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND POINTS IN INDIANA MICHIGAN ClevelanddJ Buffalo York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office pig Pour Route 669 Fourth Ave or write tto SI G1attea Gwil PallehierARt orillcJt1 u Ii SHE CRYING She Wanted to With Her TUB It IrIUIOlln 0 n I an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky J REED Passenger C ROCKWELL Manager H McDOEL and General Manager Ball Pool J HICKEY Distillers and and fine whiskies following low year Olenbrook penal 6ycarold Club a year California Port anything LIQUOR ship 2141618 SEVENTH guarantee and Fine and and STREET Rubber through Excursion Sleepers Louisville California on AZA and 1 New Agent IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O FI- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJoseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- Treasurerthomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 f Meets On tie Third Friday Evening of Each Month c PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward JKei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keauey 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cboney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice PresidentJ B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon YO 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice PresidentHugh J Hig ginsSecond Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P l3urkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelPrank Lanabau Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas VARIABLE ROUTES TO FLORIDA In addition to the numerous facilities provided for the comfort and pleasure of Florida travelers the Southern railway and Queen Crescent route have this year added a new and attractive feature In the form of a variable rpnt tonrist ticket by means of which ta slightly additional expense the going trip maybe made by way of Chattanooga Atlanta and Maouandthereturn trip via S Ya J p 0 WORLDS I FAIR BALLOT ss s S s s+ E TLIJi Y II ISH ITERI4 I WOODS Fflli BfilillOT f + C rr t + I VOTE NOR I f toffADDRBSS jT tt SIGNED = + Saturday Jan 23 1904 + OOOCJ QC s QOOOOOCO Save this ballot and you may get the free trip to the great St Louis Worlds Fair With every subscription of one dollar to the Kentucky Irish American you get fifty votes which may be cast for man or wife single lady or single gentleman The contest will not close until July 4 and is open to all Begin now to save your ballots nah Columbia Asheville Hot Springs and Knoxville or vice versa including stop off if desired at all of these and other points so that a passenger may visit Lookout Mbuntain the beautiful Sapphire country the Land of the Sky and the principal commercial centers and tourist resorts en route The Chicago Florida special a superb train composed of through Pullman drawing room sleep ers composite car and dining car leaves Cincinnati every evening except Sunday via the Queen Crescent ronte A hand some observation sleeper leaving Louis ville at 725 p m is attached to the special at Lexington and this train then runs through solid via Southern rail way from Chattanooga to Jacksonville and St Augustine arriving at 930 p m and 1035 p m respectively the next evening making connection at Jacksonville for interior Florida points The Florida limited leaves Cincinnati every morning the year round via the Queen Crescent route connecting at Lexington with the Southern railway trains from Louisville This train also runs through solid to Jacksonville and St Augustine via Southern railway from Chatta nooga carrying sleeping cars observation and dining car arriving at 945 a m and 1110 a m respectively The Queen Crescent special leaving Cincinnati every evening carries a Pullman sleeper through to Jacksonville via Southern railway from Harriman Junction through Asheville the Land of the Sky and Savannah This train also connects at Lexington with train from Louisville For further particulars call on or address C H Hungerfbrd District Passenger Agent 230 Fourth avenue Louisville Ky HOUSEHOLD HINTS A mat or strip of old carpet in front of the sink and range is a help to tired feet If the color is taken out of silk by an acid fruit ammonia will usnally restore the color A little charcoal mixed with clear water thrown into a sink will disinfect and deodorize it Keep dried and smoked fish etc in a cellar not a larder where milk butter or cream stand The napkin should be half unfolded and laid upon the lap never tucked un der thechin Fish is eaten with a fork aided by a small piece of bread unless fish knives furnishedTinware not rust if it is rubbed over with lard and thoroughly heated before it is used The same courtesy should be exercised at the family meals as when there are strangers present When soda is added to dishwater no soap is needed and there is no greasy rim around the dishpan Discolored enamel saucepans are easily made bright and clean by the use of powdered pumice stone Soup is taken noiselessly from the spoon but the plate should uot be tipped to secure the last drop Knife cleaning will be more easily accomplished if you mix a little carbonate of soda with the bath brick on the knife boardTo brighten copper utensils wash in very hot soapy water and dry in hot cloths Then rub with a piece of fresh cut lemon and polish with clean cloths For fruit stains on the hands nothing is better than a little salt with enough lemon juice to moisten it rubbed on the spot Wash afterward with clear water EQUABLE TEMPER If a man should be cheerful at home it goes without saying that a woman should be Whatever her cares or anxieties the wife and mother must make it part of her religion to live above them What is most prized in household economy is not a temperment which is gay by fits aud starts up today and down tomorrow full of hilarity on occasions and heavy as lead at other times but an even serenity of soul which makes people at ease and happy under the roof A home in which one treads always on thin ice can not be tolerable A cheerful disposition will influence its possessor to make the best of existing circumstances forget the dis comforts of yesterday and anticipate de lightful things tomorrow To live largely in the present doing ones best is to maintain an almost unbroken cheer mesa of demeanor and of experience BISCUIT rSift two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar through a quart of flour rub into ita piece of butter larger than an egg dis solve a teaspoonful of soda in a pint of sweet milk mix quite soft and bake in ai quick oven AM a pinckof salt C e u FORGING AHEAD Splendid Progress of Ancient Order of Hibernians in Now York Preparing for a Record Break ing St Patricks Day Parade Has Recovered From the Split That Rent It Into Two Factions COUNTY PRESIDENT MSULTYS WORK The Ancient Order of Hibernians has made greater progress during the past two years than it had made in the pre vious ten The organization has now completely recovered from the effects of the split which I for many years rent it diS11astrousAII though rival sections of the order were united so far as the rest of the country was concerned some years ago through the efforts of Bishop McFau of Trenton a remnant of the old cleavage continued to survive in New York City and vicin ity but within the past two weeks mainly through the splendid work of County President McNulty a complete union has been effected and every Hiber nian in New York county is enrolled under President McNultys command This is the gratifying news in last weeks Gaelic American- In other respects than that of mere members the organization lies made re markable progress From the point of view of intelligence and social standing the Ancient CXider of Hibernians in New York will not suffer by comparison with any Irish organization in any part of the world while in numerical strength it is far ahead of all others The men who stood up for their race and stemmed the tide of bigotry and nationalism during the days of Know Nothingism as well as the sturdy men who tramped by tens of thousands after the old SixtyNinth under Col James Cavanagh on Sb Pat ricks day have gone to their last account or are prevented by old age from taking part in public demonstrations but their places are well filled The young men who now fill the ranks of the A O H are the flower of Irish manhoodand make as fine a turnout as the hosts of the Gaelic Athletic Association who made such a splendid turnout at Nationalist demonstrations in Dublin Every Hiber nian is a Nationalist and the delegates from the divisions are the backbone of the United Irish societies whose work in putting down antiIrish exhibtions on the stage in the schools or elsewhere is now one of the most encouraging signs of Irish national life in New York City When Parnell came to this country to plead for the famine stricken people of Ireland the Hibernians under sturdy old Murray were among the Jrsrto come to his support Many of the younger men at that time were growing tired of St Patricks day parades and were influenced very much by friendlyI American criticism of these annual demonstrations as useless Parnell appealed to the Hibernians to suspend the parades while distress prevailed in Ireland and his appeal was promptly responded to For some years after the parades had been resumed there was a noticeable falling off in the numbers participating and forthwith the pro British element In this country began to assert that IrishAmericans were ceasing to take interest in Ireland and to echo Joe Chamberlains unpleasant assertion that the Irish race in America were a negligible quantity Many Nationalists who had always looked coldly ou St Patricks day parades ware thus brought to realize that an intelligent celebration of the national festival including strong display of numbers on the streets was absolutely necessary to the standing of the Irish people in this country This conviction has grown coincidently with the progress of the AngloSaxon propa ganda and In the MUW proportion th fl parade on St Patricks day has increased in size and enthusiasm I The A O H takes charge of the parade but in addition to the display on the streetswith the SixtyNinth and the Irish Volunteers giving it appropriate military characterthere is always a demonstration in a public park with addresses by speakers of reputation on national subjects Around the H berrf inns the other organizations rally as it is right and proper they should and true Americans and Anglomaniacs friends and foes are thus reminded of the fact that the Irish are not a negligible quan tity and are strong enough to protect their rights and to command respect Next St Patricks day will undoubtedly see the greatest parade that ever filed through the streets of New York and at the subsequent meeting the British alliance plotters will be told the truth in no uncertain tones Besides the Irish Volunteers and the Sixtyninth the A O H of New York will have the support of many other organizations The Vol unteers are the military branch of the ClannaGael and many of its members are also in the Sixtyninth The mem bers of the county organizations the A O H of Queens wanly Under the direc tion of County President Peter J Mc Garry anil the members of the A O H of W stchester county under the direction of County President Robert P Nethercott have accepted invitations to join with the A O H of New York county in the parade One of the features of the parade this year will be ten cadet bands with one thousand cadets from the various Catholic churches The com mittee estimates that there will be fifty thousand in the St Patricks day parade At the last meeting of the County Board President McNnlty reported that before the end of the month two new divisions would be added to the order in New York county Major Edward P Gilgar Major Edward T McCrystal Martin J Kane Michael J Jennings Gen Janes R OBeirne Senator James J Frawley Thomas Kelly D J Hanlon James Moyna John C McGann William Lynch Patrick M Burke Peter Curry and Denis OHare were appointed a committee to wait on Col Edward Duffy of the Sixtyninth regiment and Major Charles Crowley of the Irish Volunteers and extend to their regiments an invita tion to join with the A 0 H in the parade on St Patricks Day James Boyle Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements for the festival in the evening at Manhattan Casino and John Tyrell Chairman for the Arrangements Committee for Sulzers Harlem Park reported that 25000 tickets had been dstributed to the members of the fifty divisions of the order in New York County Some distinguished Hibernians from out of town have recently visited New York National President Dolan accom paused by Vice President OSullivan was recently in the city and called upon County President McNulty One of the pleasing features of the nVeeting of the County Board was the presence of State Secretary Patrick J Farley Police Com missioner of Utica who congratulated the members in New York county on the great progress they are making He sail that the order throughout the State was never in a better condition JEALOUS DISPOSITION The knowledge that a woman is of a jealous narrow disposition immediately lowers her In the estimation of others Such a disposition is both unlovely and unhappy its influence baneful Noth ing could possibly be more ignoble or contemptible than jealousy It is the daughter of pride and shows how miser ably handicapped one is How differents ofIcharityI byIShe is Gods own angel diffusing lightI I iortuI I presI I happyII sayIsomething kind each day and try to see I others at their best Those who are the oftt blessings SPOILT THE SPEECH A temperance lecturer desirous of concluding a lengthy address by something sive8aidIILOk brethren at Lazarue and the rich man When the rich man was parching la the depths of It t lr tM d DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN i5c ACKERMAN BRE INGOO1l1PANYxxooxroxaxaaTELEPHONE 482 Ol7I8VIXrX ICY FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INOORPORATE1D Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OBRTEBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 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1 to 100 additional girls over fourteen years of age Hours o work7 a m to 545 p i m Saturdays 7 a m to 415 p m HEW MILLS GOOD WAGES LIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply Now to Present mils Logan and Mason Streets I t t + + + + + t t t I I I I + + + + MMMMMMMMHI t t t j FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES ALL KOhBc345 West Green StreetteLIQUORS CIGARS f n J totl H + t If fl t t f H n u+ + t 0 Ht 2a1 Immmmmmmmm Hw1 mm SPEAKING OF qv lY mmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmMmmmm JOB PRINTING GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER Ri Dance Invitations IWedding Invitations Note and ITicketsuoiviro PHONE 030 Kentucky Irish American Isee WIlBT QIiI33 1 t sT12ETiT Jam f inl6iA frfn7friKrini K Ariiif tilf f 1lf Wi K IIKl7f IRELAND Record of the flost Important o f the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges William Seymour a Dublin tailor of eccentric habits was burned to death iiin his room The tenants and landlord have failed1 to agree on terms of purchase for the Windle estate At Celbridge County Kildare a manu factory has been started for making wasp ping paper out of peat The Hon John E Redmond JH P t has issued a circular to his tenants stating the new terms which he will give them for the purchase of their holdings Dr Richard T Condon a highly respected surgeon died at his home Shronehill County Tipperary recently He was fortyfive years of age and hadi been an invalid for several years John Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary party and Timothy Harrington Lord Mayor of Dublin cabledI their sympathy to the Mayor of Chicago on the appalling Iroquois fire disaster The Brothers of De La Salle in Duman way are devoting much attention towardi teaching the Irish language to the boysI under their care Recently fortynine ofr their pupils passed a creditable examina tionMrs Elizabeth Lawrence Tiny aged ninetyone years and widow of Henry L Tiny died recently at her home in Pat ricksHiJl County Cork The deceasedi had a wide acquaintance and was highly esteemed v John Buckley a well known Resident of Monkstown is mysteriously missing He had been acting in a strange manner for some time and it is the belief of hisI friends that he was mentally deranged Pears are entertained that be drownedl himselfJohn Murphy aged six years the sonI ofa letter carrier in Cork ran away fromI home boarded a steamship and traveledl as a stowaway to Liverpool To the joy of his parents he was returned on the next trip Little Murphy wanted to see if his mother cared The Rev Father R Barrett parishI priest at Enniskean County Cork and a great friend and admirer of the Hon William OBrien has resigned as a Na tional Director of the United Irish League In his letter of resignation he warmly defends the policy of Mr OBrien Patrick Porde who had attained the remarkable age of 102 years died a fe r days ago at the home of his daughter atl Carriganama This remarkable centen arian was of powerful physique and re tained his strength to the very last occa slonally walking fourteen miles a day An unfortunate man named Cotfy who had only recently retuned to his home in Rathcormac County Waterford from a lunatic asylum committed suicide by shooting himself with a revolver His body was interred in the old Catholi- graveyard at Killrossenty General indignation prevailed in that district be cause the body ofa suicide was allowed burial in consecrated ground On th night following the funeral the populac- assembled and disintered the body Although the Royal Irish constabular was present in large numbers they had no authority to prevent the opening o- the f grave The question of canalizing the Suir river has been engaging the serious at tention of influential merchants in Clou mel and Carrick for several months past They have now succeeded in securing the aid of the agricultural department in investigating the possibilities of such a project There is a fall of fiftyelght feet between Carrick and Clonmel and it is believed that four modern locks would be sufficient to give the required depth of water Those interested believe that the improved waterway would be an im mense source of profit as merchandise could be transported to Waterford much cheaper than by rail The people of the city of Cork have been considerably worked np over the mysterious deeth of John T OKeefe manager of the advertising department of News Brothers in that city Despite the fact that a woman swore that she saw two men throw OKeefe over a wall into the river the Coroners jury returned- a verdict of accidental drowning The J English press laid the blame for the mys terious death at the doors of the Young Ireland Society This society has been exonerated from all blame in the matter by the Coroners jury and the people of Ireland as OKeefe was not a member of the society rjor was he antagonistic to it Dr Edmund ORyan a noted physi died a few days ago at his residence Shanacole County Waterford Dr ORyaa WM seventyeight years of age and WM born in County Cork He was the son oC Dr John J ORyan Edmund lIO a D o 8 won his degree as an M D while ve young but about that time joined t Young Ireland movement and preferred writing for the press to practicing media cine He became a member of the staff of the Nation but subsequently joined the staff of the London Tablet Tiltii mately Dr ORyan returned to Ireland and took up the practice of medicine Clonakilty During the sixties he reo moved to Youghal where he w appointed medical officer for the Clash more dispensary district which position he held for more than forty years One of his sons John E ORyan follows his fathers profession Another is a priestt Father Thomas ORyan C C and two of his daughers are nuns of the Presents flea order and are located at Youghal1 His funeral was very largely attended GENEROUS DONATIONS Encourage Committee Solic- Iting For Sisters of St Catherine The committee which was appointed at the public mass meeting to solicit and receive contributions for the Sisters of St Catherine have received number o contributions during the past week some of them from persons not Catholics Checks for the following snms were sent to Chairman Edward J McDermott andI by him have been forwarded to th SistersPatrick Bannon 100 Frank A Meuue 50 2Crutcherb M J Duffy 25 W H Edinger 25 John R Pflanz iv t 20 Hubbuch Bross L 10 Pfeiffer Bros yvii I 2M J Gathof Bros 10 William Colgan Vk I 6 5lJohn Theodore Harris 5 Blum Bros 2 5 Thomas J Duffy 5 R Mnsterson 5 C J Elberichf 3 H J Angermeier 2 W R Benedict 2 R E Riordan Some of the letters even from non Catholics express their hearty sympathy for the Sisters in their distress and sin cere appreciation of the good work they are doing These kindly expressions and contributions sent in have given the committee much encouragement and they hope to have till further gifts from citizenswMore and more the good work of the Sisters of the different orders of the church is being appreciated even bv people outside of the church as is shown by the very generous and kind commun ication written to the Cauner Journal by the Rev Wilbur F Sheridan the pastor of the Trinity Methodist church who wrote a very touching letter upon ti death of Sister Natalie of St Josephs htcmeans a great deal MACAULEYS eA donkey two game cocks a dog and Yaiikeee Consul at Macauleys the latter half ofr haysI several songs that have made big hits wherever the opera has been played The Tenderfoot the latest musical triumph with a run of 102 nights inI Chicago will be the attraction for the first three nights and Wednesday mat nee In the cast is Miss Margaret Sayre who belongs to a prominent Kentucky family BUCKINdriAAl The Buckingham announces Fred Irwins Big Show headed by eight champions of the vaudeville stage fo next weeks attraction The olio one of the best seen here this season will be followed with a merry musical melange that introduces the entire company Barton and Armstrong the funny bicycle riders are with this show and also the three DeFaye sisters refined musical artistes MASONIC THEATER More Than Queen the noted play in which Miss Julia Arthur scored great suc cess comes to the Masonic next week This is an exquisite costume play that gives Miss Annie Sutherland splendid opportunity in the role of Josephine William Humphrey who created the rart of Napoleon in the original Ameri can production will be the leading man COTTAGE PUDDING Sift two even tteaspoonfuls of cream of tartar in a pint c flour dissolve a tea spoonful of soda in a cupful of sweet milk add an egg eaten a half cupful of I sugar a half teasf ronful of salt Stir all weniogetkeriliauy fruit you like and I eteam half an hou tensor j n- Ir HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General News Notes toWhat about St Patricks day asBut slow progress is fining made in organizing the Knights The twenty divisions of New Hampshire report a prosperous year The lack of a Judge Neill Ryan is painfully apparent in Louisville A new division of the order will be organized at Credit River Minn next weekThe services of an organizer require him to do work as well as draw pay otherwise the commission should be can celedDivision 1 meets Tuesday night All members should attend as there will be several matters to be acted upon that interestall A new division will be formed in Ashland before long It is expected that National Organizer Ryan will do the preliminary work fourfdegrees on another class of candidates last Sunday Initiations are becoming very regular in that city Hon Patrick Fitz Gibbon County toepay Louisville a visit next September A cead mille failthe awaits him The Hibernian Knights and Hibernian Rifles of Providence drill regularly and will make a grand showing if they decide to attend the national convention at St Louis in July- Division 4 meets Wednesday sight President Hennessy and the Entertain inepti Committee want everybody present to hear the reports about the affair to take place at the New Athletic Club Nashau members formed a degree team from the two divisions and conferred the four degrees upon eight new members for the Milford division last Sunday This is a good start for January in New Hamp shire On Friday evening of last week Divis- Ion 3 of Dover N H gave the ladies 2who assisted during the recent bazar a reception and banquet at Grand Army Hall About one hundred ladies and gentlemen were present After the meuu had been discussed there was dancing The Covington division initiated forty two new members at the meeting held lastweek This is the largest number received into the order at one time in Kentucky for many years Judge Shine started the work which resulted so successfully and the order throughout the State feels grateful tq him At a monster meeting of division 4 of St Paul last week over 300 of its memo hers were present and in addition there were large numbers of visitors There was a good entertainment and a feature was an exciting and quite scientific sparring match A good sized delegaII tion was over from Minneapolis About forty young men assembled together last week in Milwaukee for the purpose of organizing a military com pony to be known as the Hibernian Rifles No attempt will be made immediately to buy military accoutrements s Iwith the exception of a fatigue uniforms is anticipated that by St Patricks da the company will number 100 members 1 and that they will be sufficiently drilled to appear in the parade Major Regan held the annual inspec tlon of the Hibernian Knights at Portland Maine and complimented the officers and members of the company upon the good standing and drill of the organization The company will be the guests of Division I of Bidefbrd at the antI lr orthe features of the evening A banquet followed the inspection FINE OLD PLAY meloA j A The Silver King an old time drama will be produced by members St Josephs Casino Dramatic Clubat ofjj Martins Hall Shelby and Gray on Sunday evening January 31 Edward I Partusch the local scenic painter is preparing I stage settings for the production 1GIVEN HANDSOME DESK I IreliableII Public 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