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IRISH VOLUME IVNO 24 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 16 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS SEIZED BY POLICEI The Dublin Authorities Pounce Down Upon the United Irishman Publisher Tries in Vain to Dis cover the Reason for the Action Irish Hearts Touched by the Awful Miseries of Starva tlon in India SAD MEMORIES AND EXPERIENCES f The United Irishman the weekly pub- lIcation which was suppressed during her Majestys visit here because of an j article written by Maud Gonne entitled The Famine Queen has been pounced upon again and seized by the authorities This time it was not for lese majeste but what its offense was the police who madcI the raid on the paper would not myinI fact they did not know by their own admission says Owen Roe in his weekly letter to the Chicago Chronicle Doubtless it was for what Artemus Ward would have called general cussedI ness which in this country means lack of reverence for the powers that be and outspoken criticism of their lawlessness and contempt for national feelings alldI aspirations The boast of Tennyson in which he sung that England including Ireland of course was a land where every man could speak what he will was a pretty poetic flight and excusable from the viewpoint of patriotism but it was all the same untrue Even in England there are broken heads today and de molished homes and stores because some people will insist in proclaiming that the war in South Africa is unjust Jingoism suffers no opposition This being the caseacross the channel the suppression of a newspaper here is of course a mere incident in the routine duties of their authorities It is such a simple thiig to them that they are aston ished when any fuss is made about it and the demand that before a seizure be Idea rges1sho ldabeprelerred or a warrant shown is regarded as dis loyal impertinence The Castle in this instance did not approve of something in the United Irishman and so it sent policemen to the office to sieze every copy of the paper they could find and sent others to ransack the shops of news dealers for other numbers of time offend ing publication The publisher of the paper very naturally but courteously asked to be informed in what the offense of the paper consisted but all the police men could tell him was that they were sent there to seize and suppress the paper and that order they were bound to obey Yet some people are astonished that the Irish are dissatisfied with constitu tional Government as administered to them by the predominant partner The idea that a body of policemen would walk into a newspaper establishment in London and without warrant or charge or explanation seize its entire issue scarcely can be imagined but such law lessness and tyranny is deemed natural and necessary in this country Under our glorious British constitution the principle of the thing is or should be the same in both lauds The right or wrong of the thing Is not affected by the fact that the political views of Dublins little weekly differ from those of say the London Times The liberties of the press Iin the eyes of the law are as sacred here as thereDid such an occurrence says the Independent take place in St Peters burg all England would ring with denun stations of the Czar and his advisers Did the German Emperor venture to suppress the organs of Socialism in his em pire his conduct would be anathematized by Englands newspapers as a proof of mingled despotism and blundering But what is tyranny in St Petersburrg i and stupidity ia Berlin and what would be criminal folly in London can be ef fected with impunity in Dublin and the bureaucratic oppressors receive not re proof but commendation from their su periors Even Kruger never attempted or even suggested the suppression of the papers of Johannesburg which denounced I the laws the constitution and the rulersI of the land in which they grew rich andI arrogant Oom Paul was an ignorant tyrant and brute because he would not surrender his power to greedy carpet baggers but Lord Cadogan our IrishI Executive can use suppressive methodsI not only with impunity but with the applause of the Government that is a truculent as it is oppressive in its dealings with Ireland It is strange that the English Government and people will notl recognize the fact that if they wan- loyalty l and peace in Ireland the best as I only way to do it Is to give its people good government based on principles ofr justice and liberty and thus help them to secure prosperity Englishmen wouldI riot be satisfied themselves if they were at the mercy of bureaucratic plunderers and maligners and yet they expect the Irish people to be loyal The United Irishman is certainly not loyal paper from the viewpoint of jin goiam and Chamberlainiam and Jti view of the reckkfis oligarchy which controls thfi Und It would be a cringing thing and lake to iU reed u iE it thus were 4- M a loyal It is such acts as its periodical suppression tlat gives it power and swells its circulation and keeps alive the revolutionary idea and purpose throughout the land It may be the organ of advanced Nationalism and of physical force lacking other means to win self government but such views ought not to be distasteful to the English people all of whose liberties have been won by defiance of Governmental injustice and tyr annyBut the Irish Executive like the bour boas never learns and never forgets As one of the papers says The practices of twenty years ago are equally ready to their minds and to their hands today and the mistakes which ren dered Ireland in the words of Mr Cham berlain the worst governed country in Europe show no sign of diminishing not to say disappearing The sad memories and experiences of the Irish people make them wondrous kind and sympathetic toward those who feel the agonies of hunger and crouch in fear at the approach of the famine fiend Therefore it is that although a poverty stricken people themselves their hearts have been touched by the awful miseries t of starvation in India And their feeling and sympathy are the stronger because I they know the destitution is the curse of 1 officialism not of diety And so it is that the Lord Mayor of this city recently baroneted because he welcomed Victoria called a meeting to forward a movement for the relief of her Majestys subjects in one of her depend encies The relief of other dependencies may come later on when the Boers are crushed and then we will be asked to help the Boers It is curious that when English subjects are directly ruled by England the rest of the civilized world is continually called upon to save them from starvation This is probably one of the adjuncts of conquest and imperialism I see the American people have been called upon- o assist the Porto Ricans and when the Cubans and the Filipinos are brought to appreciate duly the blessings which ac company the white man they also proba bly will be crying for aid to the syndi cated Christianism and exploiting commercialism of those apostles of progress whom John Mitchell called the civiliz ing bullies of mankin- dBRILLIANT CEREMONY Happy Nuptials of John B Baron and Miss Clara I o wain RKIiM Tuesday morning St Charles church was the scene of the most brilliant wedding yet witnessed in that edifice the contracting parties being John D Baron and Miss Clara R King The solemn nuptial mass was celebrated by Rev P Baron of Tell City Ind with Rev A Baron ot Sullivan Ind as deacon and Rev John OConnell of Jeffersonville as subdeacon the two former being brothers of the groom and the latter a cousin of the bride Rev Father Raffo officiated as the master of ceremonies The bride was attired in a handsome gown of Paris muslin and with the pretty flower girl little Miss Marguerite Ford presented a lovely appearance The ushers were John Bohlsen of this city and Will OConnell of Cairo Ill Preceding i the ceremony and as the happy pair ap proached the altar the organist accom panied them with a grand wedding march The sanctuary was banked with beautiful flowers and plants which con tributed additional splendor to the scene The ceremony was witnessed bya large number of friends and relatives who al most filled the church among them being many from a distance Following the services at the church the young couple were tendered a reception and elegant wedding breakfast atthe residence of the brides mother Mrs Annie King 2208I West Madison street where many con gratulatory messages and telegrams were received Among the guests were the officiating clergymen and Rev Father Brady of St Cecilias William King andI wife of Danville James Surber and wife of Danville Mrs L Oeswein of Tell1 City and Miss Teresa Baron of Sullivan Ind sisters of the groom Mr and Mrs John Miller Mr and Mrs Burkhardt Mr anti Mrs Walsh Misses Charlotte andI Lizzie Walsh Mr and Mrs John J Sulli van Mr and Mrs Edward Scully Mrs Martin Ford Mf and Mrs John A OConnor Mr and Mrs W F Allen Mrs Fanny Miller Misses Katie andI Annie Miller Mrs David Broderick andI others whose names we were unable to learn In the evening the bride andI groom left for St Louis where they are spending their honeymoon followed by dI gofortuneIMAKES IRISH HORSE COLLARS The Kentucky Irish American receives I a call this week from John Gill of Jef fersonstown this county who is engaged there in the manufacture of Irish case collars which have been so famous EnslandI lars made for coach and draft horses and there is a growing demand for them extending as far South as New Orleans Mr Gill was once a resident of Limerick Ireland but has traveled the world over visiting his native land a few years ago DEMODRATIC CONVENTION The Democratic convention elected R Le Suter and John W Vreeland dele gates from this dfatrtct to the Xa cores fI CitycllyeIlUOunnltiJJlrG9i was iMjawd foCPreeiBentieflslgleeor 1 J FIELD GAMES Four Interesting Contests to Bo Decided at Fern Grove Monday St Pauls Congregation to Have the Banner Outing of the Season Every Precaution Taken and All Mishaps Guarded Against THOSE WHO WILL HAVE CHARGE The members of St Pauls congrega tion and their friends will celebrate Monday at Fern Grove and complete arrange ments have been made for the outing which should prove the most enjoyable REV THOMAS YORK The Zealous Rector of St Pauls Catholic Church and successful one that ever went up the river This congregation embraces in its membership many of our most progres sive and enterprising citizens all of whom are devotedtothclrrectorRevThomas York and they are defermined to render him all the assistance possible which gives assurance of gratifying results The steamers Columbia and Sunshine have been chartered and will leave the foot of First street at 0 oclock in the morning and 130 oclock in the after noon arriving in time for the field games Firstclass music will be provided for both boats and time grove Already large numbers of tickets have been sold each of which js numbered and entitles time holder to a chance for choice of a ladys or gentle mans tailormade suit including measuring making and material by the merchant of the winners choice Time coupons will be detached by the gatekeeper on the boat and will be held by the purchaser The prize is a val uable one and is exciting much interest Commencing at 345 oclock in the afternoon there will be a number of in teresting and amusing field games for prizes which will furnish fun for par ticipants and spectators Four have been arranged for as follows but others may be added First race twentyfive yards dash open to boys from eight to fourteen years winner to receive pair fine link buttons Second race sack race open to boys from fourteen to seventeen years for a handsome silk umbrella Third race one hundred yards dash open to all the first prize being a box of cigars and second pair of link buttons Fourth tug of war winning team to be awarded 5 in gold For this event there will be an entrance fee of fifty cents and each team will consist of five men The ladies of the congregation have made preparations to serve meals and re freshments in abundance on the boat andt grounds and the dinner will be far su parlor to those ordinarily served at pic nics The tickets are only twentyfive cents and as there may not be another opportunity to accompany so nice a crowd and have a really good time all who can do so ought to go with Father York and his people The officers and committee in charge upon this occasion will see that all are properly looked after and supervise every misI haps They are General Manager George Schlafer Assistant Manager G W McCrocklin Treasurer J W Arnold Music Director Emory Schlafer Assistant Director Phil Kindgen Mike Tynan Dan Cronin Everet Donovan E Muth Jos Brumleve Joseph Hahn Charles Seivert B L Elliott Frank Akers Harry Golden Edward Sheehan Mike Mickell William Tinker- Ed Paslick prod Schalda Patrick Hardy John Zo1- 1Edward Craddick H Silliman B Brumleve RI Arnold Frank Seivert Edward Schaeffer Chas Sackateder James Shaughnewy Joseph Schenck George Smith A Fahey GIO HellJeeueime Mr Muttler An equally large number of charming ladies wil preiaat bediaiitabMjl and refreshment stauda where every tbiog will be food that is palatabl j There will be no intoxicants of anyt allowed on the boats or grounds kindI The dining room will present an mated scene presided over by Mrs J M Bossung who will fee1 assisted by the fol lowing ladies Meadamcs Adam Hocrtz Strassel Charles Sacksteder J IIJoe Henry Kler James Montgom Cunniffe OConnell Schwab Cur ran Rogers Marshall Fletcher Leinert J Schubel Dickens Silliman Fisher Lish Fleight JbhnfFabey Joseph Span ninger Frank Haffner Martin Senn Will Dennes John Seigel Allgeier Misses Kissing M Gem Florian French Alice Fisher Schulten Maloney Agnes Brumleve and Maryj Dabney At the ice cream table Mesdames George Hildesheimer George Schlafer Edward Nolan Keif rand Misses Maggie Fox Katie Doyle Clara Lockner Rogers Schulten and Mrs Lockner will dispense hospitality with a llavish hand The little ones wilt be provided with a 1 candy table where sweets will be sold to old folks as well by Mcsdames George Zoll and Sallie McConnell assisted by Misses Mary Zoll Rosa Dennes Maria McCrocklin and Anna Bourk FRANKFORT Prominent Irishmen Appointed to Office by Govi Becfclmm J Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT June ltA large and enthusiastic crowd attended the mass convention at the Court House in this city Col William Cromwell was elected Chairman over Judge Williams and Col Jack Stewart the wellknown newspaper man had no opposition for Secretary Gov Beckhams friends carried every thing before them by five to one and se lected a solid Btcklmm delegation to the Louisville convention Frankfort and Franklin county are nlinost unanimously for him and will undoubtedly send a solid delegation pledged ifor him to the Lexing ton convention which nominates a can didate for Governor+jii July All conservative arid fairminded Democrats not only in tljis city but through out the Commonwealth have watched with admiration th career of our fearless young Executive j Curing the past trying five months particularly when the Capital City was crowded with assassins and demandingthitwill insure his election and a clean and honest administration The IrishAmericans of Frankfort were certainly well remembered by Gov Beck ham in the appointment of Commission ers for the Feeble Minded Institute in this city Messrs M J Meagher the wellknown shoe merchant James lice neythe prominent grocer and John Griffin the highly esteemed Superintend emit of the Frankfort Water Company are three of the five gentlemen appointed two weeks ago by the Governor It is to be hoped that IrishAmericans will bear this in mind this fall Lambert Young Council Y M I will give a two weeks camping party commencing about July 15 The loca tion has not yet been decided upon but it is thought it will be about fifteen miles from Frankfort on the banks of the historic and picturesque Elkhorn The members contemplate having a very pleasant time during the hot days of JulyCol J P Hanley of this city left Tuesday on a business trip for the Ken lucky Distilleries and Warehouse Com panyOn Thursday night last the Elite Social Club gave its initial hop at Y M I Hall and quite an enjoyable evening was spent Large numbers of prominent young people from Paris Georgetown Cynthiana Versailles Lexington and Lawrenceburg were in attendance and many of the fairest women of the Blue grass region graced the occasion wit their presence Three weeks ago the club was organized with twentyfive charter members and since then many pouredinI JLutkemeier Jr M S Carr Emmet Noonan John Gayle John Dolan David Davis Louis Scroof D J McNamara Stewart Humphries William C New man Akin Jett J H Lutkemeier Robert Branner William Kennedy James Darnell Robert Stone William Waggoner V A Kaltenkamp Henry Weisenburg Joseph Toombs Hugh Pin sell Thomas Newman Jr John Parker r and Frank Thompson Several delight ful moonlight excursions up the river contemplatebyDJ M MISS MCARTHVS MUSIC One of the pleating features of the commencement exercises of Mrs Bellel Peers school was Miss Victorine McCarthys playing of the piano solo I Wanda a nocturne by Carl Brabm Miss McCarthys playing is noticeable for great taste expression and brilliancy FOR LABOR DAY The Labor Day Committee of the Cen tral Labor Union bas organized Zeiio Young a Chairman and Jamesn Looney as Secretary Vtom now o meetings will be held on the second an fourth Friday nights of each month a Becks Hall the neat one taking place June 32 when thevarious subcommittees will be appointed The various unions roiTCjrarteu willing to parade lid all iudicatkktu pfJMt to a n f ni4r celebration ofth dy 5 i DR JOHNENRIGHTP- opular I Louisville Physician tone Honored by St Marys College The DcgreVof BatcliclorofArts Will be Conferred on Hint Ho Stands Without a Rival hero as ft Teacher of Med icine WILL DELIVER DOCTORATE ADDRESS The seventyninth annual commence ment of St Marys College takes place at St Marys Marion county next Wed nesday One of the most important and pleasing features of the exercises will be DR JOHN B ENRIGHT Prominent Louisville Physician Will Receive Degree at St Marys the conferring of the degree of A M Master of Arts on Dr John B Enright of this city Professor of Anatomy in the Kentucky School of Medicine The honorcoulduothavebeenmoreworthllybestowed known institution of learning as St Marys renders it the more gratifying to his many friends in this city and State Dr Enright is a well established physician and stands without a rival as a teacher of Medicine June 7 1878 he received ids degree of A B from the Cecilian College in Hardin county and on March 3 1885 graduated from the medical department of the University of Louisville with the highest honors and was also the class valedictorian- Dr Enright has since that time re sided in this city always taking an interest in those matters calculated to advance the welfare of Catholics and IrishAmericans To the poor he has been a kind and devoted physician and many there are of all creeds and nation alsties who have received his services gratuitously He is a gentleman of broad views and big heart as many struggling young students who owe much of their success to his efforts will testify Dr Enright is one of the few physicans out of politics though he served in the Gen eral Council with credit to himself and the satisfaciion of his constituents who would have continued him in office but for his devotion to his profession- On the coming occasion he will deliver the doctorate address the subject of which will be Vocation to which he has given careful study Besides the foregoing an interesting programme has gatimeriahg LORETTO ACADEMY Pleasing Exorcises at the Annual Commencement Tuesday This years commencement at Loretto Academy was among the most successful in the history of the famed Marion coun ty seat of learning A pleasing feature was the excellent rendition of the operet ta The Twin Sisters presented by fifty young ladies clad in gypsy cos tumes all of whom acted their parts with grace and ability exhibiting careful musical instruction The exercises were witnessed by numbers from this city many of whom were former graduates The graduating honors a gold medal1 and laurel wreath were conferred on Miss Jeannette Hillp of this city Sec ond literary honors were conferred onI Misses Fideltna Montenegro Violet Paul Frances Reed and Priscilla Paul One of the most interesting and finish ed papers read was that of Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham the well known magazine writer and contributor to the columns of the Kentucky Irish American MATERes r needprepst memo berg and those who purpose becoming members of the Alumnte Association Im vlUtkwi have not been sent but alll graduates a d twwe claiming St Gather 1M a0 their alata water win receive a u vi cordial welcome next Wednesday About twenty graduates will lleave Louisville for the convent on the afternoon of June 10 in order to be present at the commence ment which takes place on the morning of the same day as the meeting ot the alumna The Committee on Constitution and Bylaws will make its report at this meeting Mrs E W MacDonald of this city is Secretary and Treasurer of the association KATIE DEVINE Noted For Her Amiable Dis position and Many Virtues With feelings of sorrow and deep re gret was received the announcement of the death of Miss Katie Devine the lovely daughter of Thomas Devine which occurred at the family residence 220 East Main street last Friday evening She was a young woman possessed of noble traits of character whose many virtues and amiable disposition made her a general favorite Miss Devine was a devout member of Father Sheridans congrega I tion and known as one of the most popular girls in that parish Besides her father she is survived by one brother and one sister Edwardand Delia Devine She was also a cousin of Mrs Robert Mitchell For years she had been an active and leading member J of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Michaels church which accompanied her remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery I Her funeral took place last Sunday afternoon the church being crowdedas never before on a similar occasion Father Sheridan conducted the impressive ceremonies during which he preached a touching sermon extolling the life of the deceased and urging all to follow the Christian example she left them An unusually long line of carriages followed the remains to the cemetery MACKIN COUNCIL Its Annual Excursion andI Outing Was a Great J SuccessI Tha annual outing and excursion ofI Mackin Council at Fern Grove last Mon day was a most gratifying success barr ing the sad accident which occured late Inathei mentipffKofttwhlchiismade elsewhere The morning boat in charge of James Shelley assisted by Charles Raidy William Kerberp Edward Smith Harry Soete and Henry Link left First street with about 1000 persons aboard The young people enjoyed themselves by dancing until their arrival at the grove The music was in charge of Harry Thor e who was ably assisted by Pat Flynn Mack Rally Dan Schreiber Pat Banuon Jr Frank Scholtes and Barney Dawson who saw to it that every one had a good time The boat arrived at the grove about 1130 when dinner was served in the old dancing pavilion at the West End of the grounds Mesdames Galway Cun niffe and Semouis and the members of the Young Ladies Auxiliary of Mackin Council had charge of the dining hall Those who paid them a visit were not allowed to depart until they were thoroughly satisfied that hunger was ban ished for the rest of time day After din ner nil repaired to the picnic grounds where they enjoyed dancing or indulged in the many games or amusements provided for them The different refreshment stands were presided over by Henty Link George Semonis and Edward Smith and the way they dispensed ice cream and other delicacies would make some of our Fourthstreet confectioners haul down their flays The afternoon boat arrived at Fern Grove about 4 oclock with over 1200 people This crowd was in the charg- of George J Lautz the popular Chair man of the outing assisted by Jack Raidy Jack Sage and Jack McQuese Many compliments were paid Frank Adams Jack Shelley Dan Weber another d members who had charge of th dancing When the boat was made fast to the wharf the large crowd disem barked and proceeded at once to enjoy themselves for a few hours and then made a combined charge ou the supper table Those in charge of the dining hall had their hands full in providingt for their hungry guests but did their work nobly and everybody was pleased with the meal received Taken as aa whole the council made many 1by the hightoned manner in which the affair was conducted and added largely to its present greet popularity HOLDS THE OLD STAND Mike Lawler the wellknown grocery man has renewed the lease on the old stand at Nineteenth and Duncan streets for another long term of years This will1 be pleasing news to the residents of that patronHisbusiness theLexcellent quality of his goods METAL WORKERS The Amalgamated Sheet Metal and Roofers Union which embraces in It membership numbers of IrishAmerioans is making strong efforts to bring into the organization all the metal workers fin Louisville With this end in view an HelllR to wulck all engaged at the trade areisi vital 00 c r IRISH PARTY Is Again Threatened With Dis ruption by Timothy Healy His Peoples Rights Association Denied Recognition Convention John Redmonds Earnest Ap peal to All Sections of the People p NATIONAL CONVENTION NEXT TUESDAY A great Irish National convention will be held in Dublin next week which will deliberate and decide upon nil questions concerning the programme efficiency and future guidance of the Irish National movement Thus far the matter has been in the hands of a joint committee of the Irish Parliamentary party and the Direc tory of the United Irish League among its members being John Redmond Will lam OBrien Timothy Harrington Havi land Burke Capt Donelan John ODon nell Edward Blake J J Kelly and others Up to last week everything pointed to a harmonious and successful convention But it seems that Tim Healy will not cooperate according to the fol lowing press report Timothy Healys objection to William OBriens United Irish League again threatens the recently reunited Irish party with disruption Healys organiza tionthe Peoples Rights Association was denied representation in the forthcoming National convention because it was not a genuine association but merely a coterie of Healys friends Thereupon his paper fiercely assails the approaching convention John Redmond voted to give Healys association the right to send delegates to the convention but he abides by the contrary decision of the majority- If says Mr Redmond the 600 elective public bodies send a full delegation x of intelligent independent men the convention is bound to be of a represent ative character and will do goodwork fo reload eatnestly appealhtoalll sections of our ptoffPttialffnSioiSi view of our position and take into serious account the responsibilities of the mo ment and rise above all other considerations c save the paramount interests of the country To Mr Healy in an especial manner I would address these remarks and I ask him now to aid me in averting a national calamity In the reunion which has been effected all sections have had to forget and forgive The occasion demands a further manifestation of this spirit if irreparable injury is not to be in flicted upon our country I therefore appeal to all sections to enable us to con tinue to present to our enemies and above all to our friends throughout the world a united front The convention will be a most repre sentative one as the following will be entitled to attend and take part in its delib erations Prelates and clergymen of all denomi nationsAll of the Irish Parliamentary party All members of the Directory of the United Irish League and the Chairman Treasurer and Secretary of all divisional executives of the League Three delegates from each branch of the United Irish League duly affiliated Six delegates from each County Council Eight delegates from each county bor oughOther towns electing Mayors six elect eacheRural District Councils two elected delegates each Urban District Councils two elected delegates each Town Commissioners other than Urban eacheAll Boards of Guardians not identical with Rural District Councils two dele r gates each Three delegates from each brauch of the Laud and Labor Association Three delegates from each Trade and Labor Council in any city or town One delegate from each branch of the Irish National League of Great Britain a aFOOLISH RUMORS Monsignor Gambon Out of tho City on Diocesan Business During the past Week certain papers have given much space to idle rumors and conjectures bearing upon the lib sauce from the city of the Right Rev Monsignor Gambon of St Patricks church all of which were without foundation The reverend gentlemen has been simply attending to Diocesan business for Bishop McCloskey who always avoids publicity In the manage besanything of great interest in his wove ments it will be made known at the proper time and perhaps in these col Minus ableutpielImama wild iacewmred ia company io fu M Utah stud propriety wiH ulamLI c 1J z KBiT7SOK1 19H ANIBiRICANm KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN IIIIIINIIII1NIIIIINNI Ocvoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana1 I WIL4Y4IAly M HIGGINS Pub1111er SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Rntored of the Louisville PostoMlco as SecoudCIaaa Matter Addlcu all COllmllnlcallons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street LOUISVILLE KV SATURDAY JUNE 16 1900 WHERE WE STAND Merchants and business men wh would secure the Irish America rt and workiugmens trade should advertise their goods in these columcsiL The Kentucky Irish American carries the indorsement of the Stat and County Boards of the Ancient Order of Hibernians also the State Federation of Labor and the Central Labor Union Those who refus- to patronize it are not worthy the patronage of its friends- ENGLANDS HYPOCRISY Englands hypocrisy in her effort to cajole the United States is again exposed England has persistently endeavored in every possible way to impress the American people with the idea that she alone of allI the nations of the world is friendiy to this Government that she has made sacrifices and incurred th enmity of other nations because off her friendship for us that an alliance exists among other nations to acquire territory and commercial1I advantages to the exclusion of the Englishspeaking nations includ ing the United States that th iir denials of this and expressions off friendliness proffering agreements and treaties are subterfuges to con ceal their real purpose of hostility and all this for the one objectl O England basin view to secure anI alliance or cooperation of the Amer JcatvGovernmjfl to maintain andl advance the interests of Englandl Tthe other nations of th world especially just now in the EastChina Japan the PhilippinesI and adjacent ports and countries Every act of this and other gov ernments every utterance of American and other official representatives have been misquoted misconstrued r and not infrequently wer wholly unauthorized though published by the English press andl given circulation in this country not only by those afflicted withl Anglomania but in the heat of par tisanistn and anxiety to further political interests by those opposed l to the administration who can not lay aside political partisanism whenI the interests of the America- people I with all other nations are involved Such blind partisans will l be catspaws and trumpeters for English schemes and falsehoods w during the political campaign this summer as there is no doubt that English influence and money will play a part as usual in so important a matter as the election of the Pres 4 ident and Congress to control th affairs of the United States Despite Englands professed good will for the United States she has dodgedevery direct test of even international etiquette and justice In the Nicaragua canal she interjected her claim under an antiquated and obsolete treaty though no other nation objected thus delaying prog ress as the United States must take time to consider and decide as to its duty in the premises In China though revolutionary marauders are destroying the lives and property of foreigners Americans and English included England did not cooper j at e with the other nations to pro lectl even its own and intimated di approvl of such action by the j United States because Russia t seemed to occupy the psitionoftt lleader and had the largest available JOICet though at last she has beenIIj compelled informally as it were to- join t issues for the restraining of the mofajj her effort to induce Japan to protest against Russian invasion jj- of Chinese territory beinfc abruptly t1 n I foiled by the unprovoked murder 0of the Japanese Secretary of Lega tion by the Chinese soldiers thus forcing Japan too into the general movement to suppress the Chinese revolution despite the wishes or iini ability of the Chinese Governmentit age gression and domination in the Ea Englands bugbear The latest however is Englands failure to comply with the request openedoor in the Eastwhich England by the way has always professed to desire and sought to obtainfor the according of equal rights and privii I leges in trade to all nations in ports controlled by them respectively the United States giving like privileges in the Philippines England wa dilatory with a reply and when iit jfinally came was evasive Here iit 1under date of November 30 99 I have much pleasure in informing your Excellency that her Majes- e tys Government will be prepared1 to make a declaration in the sense desired by your Government in re gard to the leased territory of Wei HeiWei and all territory in China which may hereafter be acquired b lease or otherwise and all spheres off interest held now or that may hereafter be held in China provid I that the same declaration is made by other powers concerned Russia France Germany Japan Belgium Holland and indeed all1 l other Governments having controlI of ports in the East readily and fully agreed to the open door Iproposition but England after the Thee same declaration is made by other powers concerned but the cham pion of the open door policy the only true friend of the United States has not yet consented toI the open door in her ports in the East nor is she likely to do so on exe cuse to refuse Instead of doing so officially and directly through the proper channels Mr Yerburg a member of Parliament publishes an article in the National Review at tacking Russias answer to the United States on the open door question as equivocal unsatisfac tory and designed to serve the pur annj d tradesmen special privileges in Russian ports while obtaining for them equal privileges in the ports of all other nations and that it is to Eng lands interests to refuse to agree thereto Russia alone is attacked in the article though all the other I nations made similar replies TheI State Department at Washington fulle1 stating that it is fully satisfactory j It contains this clause refuting tHe charge of Mr Yerburg The Im perial Government has no intention whatever of claiming any privilege for its own subjects to the exclusion of other foreigners The real ground of objection from EnglandI is her jjealousy if not fear of Rus sia and the following from Russias reply to the United States Government is the thorn in the Lions side With the conviction that this reply is such as to oatisfy the in quiry made before mentioned theII Imperial Government is happy toJJ have complied with the wishes of the United States especially as it attaches the highest value to any thing that may strengthen the relations of friendship existing between the two countries The possibility indeed probabil tyof stases relations in trade be tween Russia with her SibeanrailI road open Asiatic ports and Pacific steamship lines with the AmericanI Pacific port acid transcontinentall railroad i ageRU LI f land the blues or anything else but it is likely to come nevertheless as Russia and the United States are both willing if not anxious unless English influence taking advantage of political partisanism in this coun try causes this Government to de cline or fail to bring it about Already political papers announce this Englands failure te agree toI the open door in the East pre vents the consummation of that object on the part of the State De partment utterly ignoring the fact that this Government can carry ou the agreement with all other gov ernments in their ports according them like privileges in the Amerk can ports of the East excluding England only to Englands disad vantage and loss This can and will be done unless partisan ism blinds Americans to their own inter ests and advantages as a peoplel stand causes them for the sake of a supposed political advantage to play into Englands hands by declinin to carry out the open door policy in the East because England refuses to agree to it in her few ports It may require legislation t authorize the exclusion of EnglandI from privileges granted other gov ernments in American ports in the East till she accords similar privi leges to the United States in her- S ports and if so such action should be prompt Whatever our political1 differences as Archbishop Ireland says we are all Americans an this is true in commerce as well as war 1Gov Mount refuses to recogniz- the requisition from Kentucky for the return of Taylor and bases his action upon the editorial utterances concerningYI the Goebel bill published when that measure was pending and printededshortly after the convening of the Legislature Both are Democratic papers which have furnished the Republicans with almost sufficient ammunition to defeat their party For several days the hired agent of the St Louis Railway Company was in this city making efforts tot induce honest working men to leave Louisville forthe purpose of scab bing To their credit be it said not one accompanied him Organ izer McGill and others of the Cen tral Labor Union did some tallj hustling and thorougnly exposed the labor wrecker from the Mound City Now that the nomination of William Jennings Bryan is assured HenriIWatterson comes out for him Henri has been nothing if not a straddler in the past which willI cause many to doubt his sincerety For the deplo tble accident that occurred at Fern Grove last Mon day responsibility attaches to no lone but it will nevertheless prove a warning to the young and cause them to exercise greater care when they venter on the water The Evening Times speaks of its erstwhile gold bug associates as political orphans Its Democratic growth has been mighty rapid and will yet bear watching The Kentucky Irish American regrets to announce the illness of Charles OMalley whose services have done so much for the Midland ReviewIHIBERNIAN ENTERTAINMENT A pleasing entertainment will be given under the auspices of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of New Alj bany at Trinity Hall East Market street fl near Seventh next Friday night June 22 for the benefit of the Sisters of Providence An exceptionally fine programme has been arranged which should attract I many Hibernians from Louisville J Jeffeasouville The New Albany division I still continues to enjoy the fruits of recent revival and is doing much work COMMENCEMENTJ The commencement exercises of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy will beheld in St Martins Hall Gray street Tuesday morning at 10 oclock This years graduates are Misses Frances E OReilly Mary E Newman Hattie E J DroppelnranThei fIke most pleoeing programme of the sear sou and tliaeewa fortunate as tor ciyft inyitaliona +oer flftoaliu8J Ji t IWo J SOCIETY Ernest L Miller and wife have returned from a visit to West Baden Mrs Thomas Tighe of Indianapolis- is i visiting relatives in New Albany Will Norton and George Leister were among this weeks visitors at West Baden I Springs Manager Shaw of the Avenue Theater is enjoying a vacation at West Bade Springs werte Tuesday BaronKing weddingMiss Mary Timberlake has returned home from a visit with Miss Mary Logan in Shelbyville Mr and Mrs Council have returns from Charlestown Ind where they visited relatives Campbell Kennedy has returned t Cincinnatiafter spending several day with his mother Miss Bessie Prince this week visited New Castle where she was the guest of Cdstlemanfi Miss Elva Donahue is at her home iin Jeffersonville after a pleasant visit with friends in Worthington coom mencement exercises at St Cecilias Academy near Nashville John Murnan and family of IIirprin jham were this week the guests of Henry Murnan in Jeffersonville Miss Isabell Nash who arrived here last week to visit relatives has gone to 1her home in Hopkinsville Miss Elizabeth Brown has been spend thde Misses Pale in Bowing Green Miss Octa Cassidy left for her home iin Flemingsburg this week after a pleasant pityeMiss Katie Callahan a pretty young lady from Pulaski Tenn was this week the guest of Mrs Scanrtell Polk street Miss Effie Barnett arrived home tLi week from Midway where she enjoyed a delightful visit with Miss Jessie Martin Misses Agnes and Alice McGinn have returned from a pleasant visit with their aunt Mrs George Shrader New Albany Miss Ruth McAlpine who spent several1 weeks as the guest of Mrs Hiram Shreve has returned to her home in Port Gibson MissMr and Mrs Surbe have returned toI Danville Wllle here they were the guests of Mrs Annieli jngj West Madison street d vi Charles Byrne the wellknown liv stock dealer was in Chicago this week looking after his business interests in the Windy CityII Miss Julia Quirk left Thursday for Cincinnati where she will spend two weeks visiting her brother and sister John and Mary Quirk Among the Louisvillians sojourning at West Baden the past week were Hugh McShane and E A Guilfoyle the well known merchant tailor Owen Maguire East Fifth street New Albany has as his guest his son Pbili Maguire who has been making his hom j at Lake Providence La Miss Lillie Donnelly an attractive member of the leading social circles of Memphis was here this week visiting the Misses Hannan 415 West Oak street Miss Ella Mae Rankin left Wednes v day for Chicago where she attended th wedding of Miss Nellie Fitzpatrick formerly of this city and John Kearns of Salt Lake City Peter Tivenan is convalescent at hi home on Payne avenue after an illness of six weeks with typhoid fever His friends expect him to be able to bout e in another week Mrs W J Corbett wife of the popular Superintendent of the Louisville Dispatch left Mouday for the East where she will spend a month visiting friends and relatives Miss Theresa Baron of Sullivan Ind was here Tuesday to attend the marriage of her brother Mr John Baron She was accompanied by her sister Mrs L CityAT Thomas Duffy made his reappearance on the streets of Jeffersonville this week after being confined to his bed for two months with typhoid fever Ills many friends greeted him warmly Will OConnell a popular young railroad l engineer of Cairo III was among the guests from out of town who was here this week to attend the marriage of his cousin Miss Clara KingIMisses Katie and Jennie Sullivan two of Frankforts most bewitching young MrsdJohn T Sullivan 314 East Breckinrldge street They have many admirers in this dSdty Miss Mayme McManus a pretty NewII Albany girl will wed Lawrence Dieck 1 mana wellknown resident of West J Baden at Holy Trinity church next Wednesday morning Both have a host of friends and are popular in New Albany social circles I1 Mr and Mrs Babey entertained a RumC her of friends at their home on Second street JromMo6 oclock Monday An elegant iKnclieow was ery d the tablea being tastefully rlooosatd with June row and feraa TtMwWiipeutiiHoat f enjoyable aftIrYQOM 1 V c rc i1 1 j Mrs Garvey entertained Thursdpy evening in honor of Miss May Callahan a charming Jrelle of Pulaski Tenn who is here visiting her cousin Miss Joe Scannell 1742 Pope street The fair visitor is a daughter of Owen Callahan a well known Pulaski merchant The friends of Mrs Mary Peake will be pleased to learn that she has at last been induced to take a muchneeded vacation During her stay she will be the guest of her mother Mrs Susan Greenwell of New Haven Her two children Ethel and Disney will accompany her leadingpbelles of Bowling Green and an accom plished and artistic violinist who has been the guest oC Miss Mary Carter 905 Fifth street will leave for her home next week During her stay here she has made many friends who will regret her departure Miss Jennie C Reardon formerly of this city and Lexington but now resid JohndThe ceremony will take place at St Pauls church Ludlow Rev Father Kehoe officiating Both are well knows tt and popular here where they will makes their future home after June 28 The groom is an operator at the Western UnionIthe Church of the Holy Family Dave port Iowa will visit his brother Dr John B Enright of this city next week He comes to witness the conferring of the degree of A M on his brother and to meet many old friends that he made years ago Father Enright was formerly a seminarian at Mount St Marys Cin cinnati and later a student at the Catho Washingtong The marriage of Miss Nannie Roaeh and Harry Charlton was quietly sol emnized at St Cecilias church Thurs day afternoon in the presence of their intimate friends Rev Father Brady offi tinting The bride is one of the loveliest of the many popular young ladies of the West End Her husband is the oldestt son of the Hon Albert Charlton They were attended by young Albert Charlton and Miss Clee Charlton brother and sis ter of the groom and after the ceremony were entertained at dinner at the resi dence of the grooms father 2703 Bank street Owing to a recent death in the family of the bride no invitations were friendswho wish them a happy and successful journey through life The marriage of Miss Rose CassUly rand Emmet Vaughn was solemnized at the Sacred Heart church Thursday morn ing at C oclock Rev Father Erasmus uniting the happy couple The bride is the talanted and beautiful daughter of Bernard Cassilly of Nineteenth street Her amiable disposition and charming manner have made her a great favorite with her wide circle of friends and ac quaintances The happy groom is a well known young Fourthstreet business man with Julius Winter Co After the cere weddingsebreakfast at the residence of the brides father While there were no formal in vitations a large number of the friends of the contracting parties were at the church to witness the marriage NEIL CURTIN HURT Fractured His Arm While Trying to Catch a Train knownpunfortue nate accident at Owensboro last Satur day morning He had been called there on business connected with his profes slop which had been transacted Wish ing to catch an early train for this city and having but little time he took a short cut through the railroad yards and In doing so fell into an unlookedfor hiseposition he kept on to the train not realizing the extent of his injuries till near this city when he was suffering arrivalshere he was at once conveyed to St Josephs Infirmary where the surgeon found that his right arm was fractured and the ligaments badly wrenched For a time it was feared that he might lose theuse the arm but under the care ful treatment he received the member has greatly improved His friends were see him Thursday though it will be sometime before he fully recovers INVESTED IN QUARRIES Harry Kerr and Thomas C Breslin Have tho Best Here Some of the very best quarries in Jef ferson county have been purchasod by Harry Kerr and Tom Breslin who will hereafter conduct them under the firm name of Kerr Breslin They have assumed control of those on the Work house road which have been put In good shape and they are receiving more orders than they can fill The members of the new firm are well known residents of Louisville and their many friends will watch their business career with interest Mr Kerr was for over twentythree years with the Louis yule Nashville railroad but retired some years ago since which time he has been engaged in the grocery business at Eighth and Kentucky Mr Breslin is an encedqurrymauwho has been errgaged in otherente of late but will hereafter devote hisentire time to the development of the recently Required properties of the new firm They pre now making arrangements for an increased output COLONIES IN CANADA In the Canadian Northwest provincei there are probably more colonies of different nitioiu uettl1ateto be found on Rnpegaatryes elesrvhere in the world I c l S1nnntnntnnntntn1nlnnttnnnnntnntntnnnn RAFFOS I IrI I I guaranteed Nothing goodsII ita uc Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville = A store 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best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens r g z Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KENTUCKYt I Y IRISH AMERICANm 626 IfS1 URfN 8IRI11 z O it IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges B OConnor of Bantry has been appointed a Justice of the Peace for the County Cork Michael Corcoran a wellknown and highly respected resident of Strokestown aged seventyeight years is dead A telegraph station has been established at the Ninemile House Tipperary which will be a great convenience to the people in the surrounding districts- A splendid meeting of the men of Kings county was held at Tullaniore and a branch of the Irish League established William OBrien delivered an address The remains of James Burns of the Newy Repotter were escorted to the cemetery of St Patricks church by the largest cortege seen in the town for yearsPatrick Crotty aged sixty years and John McInerney aged twentytwo both of Truskslieve near Cross were drowned while cutting back week The remains have not be found More than two hundred persons at tended the recent meeting of the Gaelic League branch in Killorglin The cause Is going on grand in this portion of the Kingdom of Kerry The United Irish League is taking firm hold in Carlow Recently a large and Influential meeting was held in Baguals town when a strong branch was estab lished with Edward Hughes as its Presi dentOn Sunday June 10 St Patricks church at Lisburn was dedicated with very impressive ceremonies For eleven years Father McCashin the pastor was on the mission in Belfast city and his friends there rendered him great finan cial assitauce The Balloughcr and Kilmaryal branch of the United League at a recent meeting condemned in vigorous measures the coat duct of some members who took land under the elevenmouths system and which had been abandoned by the laud lord to others There was a large attendance of clergy and people at the funeral of the late Rev Timothy Halpin of Donoughmore and Knockea of which united parishes he had been pastor for the past twentytwo years He had reached the good age of seventyfive years Rev Mother Margeson has been reelected Mother Superior of the Order of the Irish Sisters of Mercy This is her twentyfifth year as Superior The elec tion was held in the mother house of the order in Dublin Archbishop Walsh being among the number present Samuel Donaldson Justice of the Peace for Donegal died at his home Glenafton recently To his efforts the district owes in great part the extension of the Donegal railway to Glenties To his arbitration the people intrusted the settlement of their differences and disputes The death of John Jones District Coun cillor for the Moync division of the Granard Board of Guardians was deeply and widely regretted lIe was also Presi dent of the Drumard branch of the United Irish League which adjourned its semi monthly meeting out of respect to his memoryThe of Thomas Farrell a well known Dublin merchant occurred recently lie was married to a Loughrea lady Miss Macklin a member of one of the oldest and most respected Galway families Two of her uncles were priests in the Clonfert diocese Her sister is a nun in the Dominican Convent of Galway A fatal accident happened to a farmer named John Hughes living about three miles from Monaghan He was about sixty years old and unmarried It ap pears he had proceeded to Glassleugh bringing a horse and cart to fetch home supplies While putting a bag of meal in the cart the animal moved forward and the man was thrown out over the backboard sustaining a fracture of the base of the skull Very Rev Canon ORiordan pastor in Cahirciveen County Kerry who Is work ing so strenuously to erect the Memorial church to the immortal Daniel OCon nellreports that he requires some money to enable him to at once contract for the roofingof the edifice when the sacrifice of the mass can be offered therein Need less to say that all the good people from Kerry will rally to his assistance in this most laudable thoroughly religious and patriotic undertaking The Belfast Irish Weekly said recently With the entrance of the Rcdemptorist Fathers into their monastery and house of retreat on the Palls road Catholicity in Belfast made a great stride forward Almost unnoticed a noble pile of ecclesiastical buildings has been raised in our midst and a great work is being done for our working people Unostentatiously the fathers have pursued their wa faith fully and zealously doing the work for which the Bishop introduced them to BelfastUnquestionably the Jovernment played a shabby trick on the Irish bar which is the intelligence department of the Eng lish garrison in Ireland Beyond doubt there was an understanding equivalent to a pledge that one of the three law lords should be taken from the Irish bar or bench and that pledge was openly and even contemptonsly violated Ire land does not count and an injustice to Ireland is only an indent and a com monplace incident in Imperial administration Of course the Government took no notice of the Irish bar indignation meeting They knew it would speedily cool down and that Ube loudest and keenest of the spouters would vote as steadilyas before for the Government less swayed by the memory of the kick than by the Lope of halfpence to come The incident is mainly useful as show ing how lightly the supporters of the union can set aside its contracts ex prcMed or implied when it ulbibeir ownpurfKNM nn a a i1 1 1 fI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 elected several candidate- this week There are eleven divisions in the city of BaltimoreBuffalo seven divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary Division 4 will hold its ankiual election of officers June 27 Divisions 2 and 3 hold meetings next week Both will be interesting The County Board of Newark has elected C A Reilly to the Presidency for a term of two years William Kinney well known in HI- bernian circles has entirely recovered from his late severe sickness Con Ford Owen Keiran and John J Barrett will represent Division 2 on the Hall Board for the ensuing year The members of Division 2 were glad to have their old Secretary Charles Obst with them Thursday night William Kinney was among the long absent ones who appeared Thursday night nt the meeting of Division 2 The Maryland State convention was held in Baltimore this week with an Unusually large attendance of delegates Every member of the Young Mens Division should attend the next meeting Their future success depends upon prompt actionPeter Dorsey of New Haven Coma was elected President of the Hartford County Board at the recent county con ventiiMi Division 42 of Boston assembled in a body at Hibernian Hall last Sunday week and marched to St Marys church to re ceive holy communion Division 5 of Baltimore has given f25 for the erection of a memorial tablet in St Anns church York road in honor of the late Rev William Bartlett Tuesday night the members of Division 1 decided against ptiy entertainment this summer but will assist otfier divi sions in their amusement affairs Tom Lynch presented eight names for membership in Division 4 Wednesday evening This division wants 200 mem bers on its roll before the electioi Division 1 now hakno members on the sick list Quite a large sum of money has been disbursed during the past six months to members who were ill a At the triennial session of the Worcester Mass County Board the reports showed thirtythree divisions and three military companies with a total membership of 3611 Mike McHales friends were pleased to see him Wednesday evening at the meet ing of Division 4 His interesting ex planation of hU long absence was ap predated Buffalo Hibernians will not hold divi sion elections until after the New York State convention The annual county convention will be held the first meeting inAugustThe of Division 1 Tuesday night was the most interesting held for some time President Keenan made a full report of the proceedings of the State convention Barney Coll and James Doherty of Jeffersonville State Treasurer and County Delegate were both prominent in the State convention which convened Tuesday at Lafayette Members who intend claiming sick beuifils should notify the divisions the first day of their illness as the law re quires Benefits can only be allowed from the date of notification The convention and election of officers for Jefferson county will takeplace at Hibernian Hall on Tuesday evening County President John Murphy urges the attendance of all the Louisville delegates The convention of the Hartford County Board was held in New Haven Conn The report of County President Silk showed the order in A healthy condition with a membership of 1500 and over 20000 in the treasury Rev T H McLaughlin of Adams the new State Chaplain for Massachusetts is one of the foremost priests in the Spring field diocese He is a hard and untiring worker and has shown much interest in the Hibernian organization One hundred and fifty delegates at tended the New Jersey State convention of the Ladies Auxiliary held in Trenton Miss Hoare of Trenton was reelected President for the coming two years The next convention will be held at Atlantic CityThe most enthusiastic gathering of Irishmen and Hibernians ever held in New York State will meet at the State convention to be held in Syracuse from July 17 to 21 Twentyfive thousand vis itors are expected on the day of the State paradeDivision 3 of Hennepin county Minn won the State prize of 50 offered by the State Board of Directors for the largest gain in membership havingadded eighty two to the roll Division lof Clontarf was awarded the second prize having initiated twentyseven That the order is making the right kind of progress in Massachusetts is ap parent from the following taken from the report of County President John Rogers When the delegates represent ing the divisions throughout the State next meet in assembly it will be te Wor cester and we Hibernians of Worcester will welcome them to the permanent home of the order a handsome fourstory brick building to be erected within sight of these rooms which have been our home for many year The new home will not be a leased one but owned and controlled by the HibernUnB of Wore ter and will be a roonuMfnt ta the ptrwr eraiice of tMe tbeti of 09 onkr in Woroea tir qa USE GAS FO- RCOOKING The Louisville Gas Company gives a bonus of from 300 to 000 on thesto sell at cost It makes reasonable connections free of charge It sells a pure unadulterated gas safe to use of large heating power at 75 Cents Per 1000 Cubic Feet HHMM QUICK MEALfl GAS RANGE i PopularWorld factory Qualitystyle The past reputation of the QUICK MEAL is the best guarantee for the future It keeptheRANGE so prominently and favorably before the public were it not for its many excel lent features which are so evident and convincing The QUICK MEAL Always Gives Satisfaction GEHER SON214 MARKET Ncar Second t tFOR SALE CHEAP A three months scholarship in short hand typewriting and bookkeeping or a years Address will be sold very Room 20 CourierJour nal Office Buildin- gMORALITY AND BRAVERY Bourke Cockran on the Glory of the Boer Soldiers and Their Enemies The statement that the Boer is uncivil ized appears to be based upon the fact that he has maintained Government under which property is protected the most completely at the lowest rate of taxation in the world where education is universal drunkenness rare divorce un known and where everv man lives with his own wife- Contrast the forces defending the in dependence of the Transvaal with those which assail it and tell me which is the soldier of civilization which is the ex ponent of Christianity I will not discuss the moral character of the British soldier If any one wants to get an esti mate of it from partial and friendly souces let him read a speech of Lord Roberts delivered sonic years ago in the House of Lords But the Boer warrior is a new revela tion to civilization a profound inspira tion to every lover of the human race No Boer soldier has ever been found with indecent literature and none without his Bible lie has never stooped to debauchery and never shrunk from a duty Jle has never uttered a boastful expression and never been guilty ofa cowardly act He has reported his victories with moderation and he has acknowledged defeats with candor lie has never opened a day without prayer or closed one without psalms of thanksgiving to Providence He has asked the assistance of heaven with fervor but he liar borne its judg ment with fortitude His enemy pays his valor the sincere compliment of de clining to meet him unless he outnumbers him ten to one and he abandons to his protection the wounded Generals who fell while Invading his territory But above all he has rendered civilization the immeasurable service of proving that a valor for which no parallel can be found in the history of Greece or the legends of Rome is compatible with a morality as rigid and a virtue as lofty as those dis played by the early Christian martyrs The world has long believed that morality was inconsistent with bravery and it has tolerated license in the camp as the price necessary to be paid for efficiency in the field These Boer heroes have exploded that notion so degrading to humanity They have turned the camp itself into a theater for the display of conjugal tenderness paternal discip line filial affection and every Chris tian virtue which ennobles man dignifies a cause glorifies a country They have shown that good men are better soldiers than bad men that morality is not an obstacle but a stimulus to courage that that patriot can defend his country most effectively who worships his God most faithfully I cant believe that these Christian heroes whose physical prowess is the natural fruit of moral lives can be exterminated by mercenary bands If such a people can be obliterated then civilization is incapable of defending the best elements which it has produced HOT WEATHER PAN Now that the warm season is here in earnest many are buying fans for their homes and business houses The agency for the latest and most elegant in design on the market has been placed in the hands of J J Cronen the well known electrician and our readers shouldcall and see them at 538 Third street This city isfultof electric fans at all prices but his Peerless surpasses any ever introduced here 151 INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURNI 150 BIG POUR ROUTE Sunday June 17 special train leavaal Seventhstreet Union depot at 8 oclock a in Returning special train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at7 oclock p olltce181rourth 4SJiGLr11 General Agent THOROUGH z9BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING tTHIRD AND MAIN STS tLOUISVILLE KY IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas Keenan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWIlliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keircn DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JohnCavanaugh Financial Secretary N J Sheridau 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice GroganFinancial120 East Gray street Treasurer Harry Brady- DIVISION 0 Meets TuesdayEvenings McCarthyVice MackeyFinancial610 Thirteenth stree- tTrcasurerlIartin Mullen DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings President Din Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial SecretaryJames OHara TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President J B Doherty PresidentWilliam Reilly Vice PresidentMike Campbell Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial SecretaryJohn Kenney Sr TreasurerMichael Kenney IRISHAMERIOAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording SecretaryWilliam Lawler Financial SecretarYJoseph Byrne TarpeySergeantJohn SentinelTimothy Lyons Phoenix Hill Park NOW OPEN FOR GatheringsChurch OutingsLawn Society Picnies- Entertainnlents Etc This popular resort has been put in excellent condition for this season and those wanting best dates should secure them now by applying to II S McNutt Manager rpupsr rFOR SRLEl Five finely bred Fox Ter rier Pups can be obtained at reasonable prices by calling upon Timothy J Sullivan in the Wholesale Department of the Louisville Packing Com pany Story avenue JOSEPH D COONEY1 MANUFACTURER OF IM LAWLERS ONARC H A SUPERIOR a OJ3 K1 OXQAXZ 1207 West Main Street Louisville I EDELENS CutRate Drug 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Clay= Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY Triephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY i WELLINGTONii DEALER IN PINK MEATS AND GROCERIES- AT REASMIMLE PRIC- ESYourPatronageSalicited i 98Yi a Cap ofOrderI Importers 444444444444 Sherbets FRflNK INCORPORATED C LIVERY BOARDING STABLE JEFFERSON LOUISVILLE Street STREET ELECTRIC FANS J Jr GRONENf 538 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN ND- MANUFACTURINSAfNT LOUISVILLE KY ltylWiriugof I 1 l 4 ioLI 11 AWFUL DEATHI Sherman Morris and Miss Ltlllo McAtco Drowned at Fern Grove Monday Lost Balance and Poll Over board While Changing Oarsmen The Bodies wore Not Recovered Until Late Wednesday Afternoon GREAT BLOW TO THEIR PARENTS One of the saddest and most heartrend ing catastrpphes of recent years hap pelted last Monday evening at Fern Grove when Lillie McAtec and Sherman Morris lost their lives by drowning MISS LILLIE MATEE bringing to a sad end what had been a pleasant days outing The annual ex cursion and picnic of Mackhi Council left this city with over 2000 happy souls among them being Sherman Morris of 2517 Duncan street Clifton White of 1853 Portland avenue Misses Lillie McAtee of 717 Eighteenth street and Jessie Oldham of 507 Hast Jacob street Shortly before 0 oclock the young peo ple concluded to take a boat ride They accordingly procured skiff from one of the boatmen and rowed through the creek and out into the river The most reliable information that can be gleaned as to what followed and the horrible results is that young Morris who had been doing the rowing there being but one pair of oars had become tIred While out in the channel the Cincinnati boat was seen approaching from Louisville when Morris asked his companion to relieve him Both men rose from their seats to change positions and while doing so the skiff tipped In their efforts to recoa their balance Morris fell overboard followed by Lillie McAtee During the momentary excitement White dropped the oars which floated down stream leaving him and the Oldham girl in a helpless condition and unable to render any assistance The first boat that was to bring the throng of picnickers home was lying at the wharf and its hundreds of occu pants witnessed the accident The young lady sank immediately upon touching the water but Morris rose once and then went down to rise no more The hundred who lined the shore were unable to render any assistance and for a time r SHERMAN MORRIS great excitement prevailed as it was known to but few who the occupants of the skiff were among them being the mother of the drowned girl Meantime John Hagadoru had pulled from the shore in a skiff and arrived only in time to rescue the survivors from being run down by the approaching Cincinnati packet While bringing them to the shore Mrs McAtees suspense was terrible and the scene that followed when she learned that it was her own child who lost her life was heartrending Edith McAtee another daughter when she learned the sad news in the grove where she had been assisting Mackin Council fell into a swoon and for a time her life was de spaired of as convulsion followed con vulsionThe day had been most pleasantly spent but when it was stated that an accident had occurred gloom prevailed everywhere The outing was brought to a sudden end every face bearing a sor rowful expression Charles Raidy and the members of Mackin Council did all that was possible fox the prostrated mother and daughter telephoning to Louisville and preparing the parents of all for the sad homecoming The ladies were placed in carriages and when they reached their residences another heart rending scene was witnessed During all thin tlmehpwevereffOrtawere being made to recover the bodies but without avail Dipt D vtta Md JUto Swr GUhoolay v left for the scene and dragged the river all day Tuesday and Wednesday but without result The river at that point is deep and the current swift which made the work difficult Wednesday evening the bodies of the two unfortu nates were recovered Both were floating I that of Morris being found by his father Miss McAtees body was discovered by I Fred Williams a fisherman They were at once brought to this city Dougherty Keenan taklngcharge of the remains of the girl and Schoppenhorst Bros those of the boy The funeral of Miss McAtee took place from St Patricks church Thursday and that of young Morris from his home the same afternoon Both were attended by Mackin Council the members of which are deeply grieved over the deplorable accidentThe young people were well known and highly respected in the West End and great sympathy is felt for their be reaved parents The stories that they were sweethearts have no foundation whatever They were simply friends out to enjoy themselves and attempted to do only that which hundreds of thousands of others have done with safety heretofore at Fern Grove This was one of that class of accidents which have occurred since the beginning of time blame at taching to no one and will doubtless continue to the end VISIT THE OLD LAND Richard Quinn and William Laffey Return to the Scenes of Their Boyhood Days Richard Quinn the well known andI popular Limerick saloonkeeper andII Officer William Laffey left Thursday morning for New York City from where they sail today for Ireland for a three months visit The former who is best known as the Mayor of Limerick goes especially to see his mother and sis ter who still reside at Peters Well Kil thomas parish County Galway where Rick was born Peters Well is a historic spot in Ireland fifteen miles from Gal way and the well here has been famousI for over a century It was here that the two spent their boyhood days They will1l also be accompanied by a sister of Officer LaffeyWednesday evening Mr QuinnsI friends gathered in large numbers atl Seventh and Oak ami gave him a rousing sendoff There ire many former resi dents of Galway living in that neighborhood and young anal old men and wom en were calling to send messages to the loved ones at home Another large assemblage galheretil to honor Mr Laffey and his sister before their departure They have the wishes of the entire com munity for a pleasant voyage and visit and their safe return will be anxiously watched for Before his departure Mr Quinn re ceived letters of introduction to th United States Consuls and representatives I abroad from the Sate Department andI State and city officials These will be invaluable as the party intends visiting the Paris Exposition after making the tour of Ireland Its expected they will meet Col John Whallen and his part while in Dublin This visit of Mr Quinn will be long re membered by the young of his native town During the past week he pro cured ore hundred bills of exchange the first of the new issue for 10 each anti j while not a goldbug he will present the youngsters with 10 gold pieces Among those for whom he will carry messages are Thomas Burke Tom Fallon Martin Burke John ODonnell and Ed ward Crowley whose last injunction wa to be sure to call on the parish priest fo him Rick Quinn is one of the best known and most successful Irishmen in Louisville patriotl and public spirited and his friends will hear from him with no small degree of interest During his absence Pat Fallon will have charge off his business interests COUNTY BOARD The Annual Convention and Election of President Next Tuesday Night The annual convention of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernian of Jefferson county will be held nextt Tuesday night when a succesor will be elected to County President John A MurphyThe session will be an important one as several questions of vital interest to the membership at large will come be fore the delegates for final action among them that of a uniform initiation fee All members of the order will be admitted to the convention and there willI doubtless bea large gathering of Irish menThe reports of the officers will show the Ancient Order of Hibernians to be in a flourishing condition financially and numerically the present member ship exceeding that of St Louis The officers have done excellent work and have tfie respect of everyone Follow- Ing the county election come the divi sion elections in which there is much interest INTEREST GROWING Much interest was manifested in the proceedings of the Central Committee of the CathoMc Knights of America at St Marys Hall Monday night The com mittees making arrangements for the euchre at Fountain Ferry reported excellent progress The affair will take place the latter part of July Messrs Louis Hamel Joe McGinn and Harry Veeneman have under considera tion a feature for the entertainment of the delegate to the State convention which meets here next September that will prove unique and enjoyable and willI attract the attention of all cjtiaetiB ludihesiesta not i i HELD BACK7- i Irish Officers and Friends Full of Vexation taut heart burning General Election for Members of Parliament Probable in July Ireland Gaining Day by Day and Victory Can Not Bo Far Off THE LIBERAL PARTY IS DISRUPTED Everybody in England and in Ireland also is now talking of the dissolution of Parliament and the preponderance of opinion is that a general election will bordered e for July This of course is de pendent on the supposition that the war in South Africa will be over practically by the end of this month In that event it is argued that the Government would be more than human if they di not seize the opportunity to appeal to the country says a Dublin correspondent The sooner the election the better the Tories think for the Liberals are di vided and their war chest is said to below This country takes but little Interes- In the issue for it is certain to return its IndepeudentIever that with the English troops at Pre toria and the jingoes more rampant than ever the present Government with all its antiIrish prejudice and bitterness would be its own successor and any hope for selfgovernment or home rule would be killed thereby But the Irish area people as patient as they are pugnacious and they can wait a little longer for the fruition of their long continued struggle They are gaining something day by day and victory can 1not be delayed much longer If a gen eral election should soon take place the Liberals seem doomed to a crushing de feat for they are hopelessly divided Those of them who are crying out for justice and humanity to the Hoers are regarded as antipatriotic and the real exponents of Liberalism of the and Morley brand would have little show in most of constituencies for the English just now seem crazed with the idea of conquest and ravenous for more blood And for that matter it is said the Glas gow Herald being authority that Lord Rosebery and his friends look with eqna nimity on a Liberal defeat and what that involvesthe expulsion from the House Rejeceby the electorate men of the Little wouldIthe Liberal at the feet of Lord Rosebery lIe would then be able to dictate his own terms and to resume the undisputed control of what remained of partyf of them that are leftof the Innisklllings and their friends are full of vexation and heartburning and have good reasons professionally well as sentimentally it would The regiment has suffered terribly an before it emerged from the Natal cam paign almost was annihilated Now it appears that the Irish officers who have not been killed in action or in capacitated by wounds or illness from further service have been passed over for regirpositions by the war and Eng lish officers who have seen no active service have been imported to fill the post of promotion that should be given t men who risked their lives on the battle field and bravely underwent the horrors and hardships of a campaign of almost unexampled severi- tyRECENT DEATHS The death of Annie F Ahern the be loved wife of Pat Ahern which occurred Tuesday morning at the family resi dence 813 Franklin street caused inex pressible griet to their wide circle of friends and acquaintances Few women were held in higher esteem in the East End where she was best known for her many charities and unostentatious kind ness to the poor Her funeral took place from St Johns church Thursday morn ing with solemn requiem mass and was largely attended Great sympathy is felt for the bereaved husband over his irreparable loss Mrs Rosa Dwyer the wife of Edward Dwyer the well known Pennsylvania railroad engineer died Wednesday at her residence on Illinois avenue Jefferson ville from an attack of typhoid fever and other complications She was the daughter of Patrick Ansbro and had been married eight years Besides her husband she leaves a four year old son to mourn her loss The funeral took place yesterday molting from St Angus tines church The funeral of Michael Hines who died Friday night at the residence of his pa rents Thomas and Agnes Hines 1010 Madison street took place treat the Sacred Heart church and the interment was in St Louis cemetery The deceased was just coming into manhood being jn his twentieth year and his death was a sad blow to his parents who have the heartfelt sympathy of many friends and acquaintances Michael Toner a wellknown and high ly respected resident of the West End passed away Tuesday evening at his home pti Nineteenth street much to the regret of his many friends For many years he was a devout member of the Sacred Heart church from which bis funeral took place with requiem mass Thursday morning many attending the solemn obsequies Never think the worse of another on account of his differing with you in poUtka or reloMHn r HowII Are II Your Teethe I If they need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avcmio Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and rightdREMEMBER TIlE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors rOUIZTIIt ST =ri IiIlE IIIIII t Klll IIIIIIIII Fi IIIf IeKIE gIU lIl1KE1 gl 1 GranWSmiths Sons I i Funeral Directors NN i And Embalmers i ggMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 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