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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 JR1SH VOLUME VNO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURN AY SEPTEMBER 15 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS E WELL DONE Work of the Convention of the Catholic Knights of America Mike Ileiclmrt and John Score Elected President and Secretary Delegates and Visitors Enjoy n Delightful Trolley JUde anti Banquet MEET NEXT YEAR AT FRANKFORT The largest and most important State convention of the Catholic Knights of America ever held in Kentucky was that which began its sessions at St Martins Hall Tuesday morning The proceedings were spirited and interesting and both delegates and visitors returned to their homes full of enthusiasm and hopes for the future of this grand society the pros pects for which were never brighter than atpresentThe were all able and representative men and harmony prevailed throughout the entire proceedings the only note of discord being the supposed slight of Very Rev Father Bax who had only last week returned from Europe There was no discourtesy intended Father Bax whose services as Spiritual Director are appreciated by every member of the order in Kentucky as was evidenced by his unanimous reelection Few changes were made in the State laws the business of greatest importance being the instruction of the State dele gates to the national convention Solemn high mass at St Martins church preceded the formal opening of the convention Rev Father Franz being the celebrant Both the church and St Martins Hall where the sessions were held were exquisitely decoratedwith national emblems as well as the colors of the Catholic Knights The illumination of the altar was also very brilliant and the splendid choir largely augmented for the occasion rendered a special musi cal programme The sermon for the oc TaWon wlarprScKea by KevV Valmtr Gausepohl of the Church of Our Lady in Portland After welcoming the delegates and members of the order who thronged the church to the doors he reviewed the history of the Catholic Knights in which he dwelt upon the duties of Catholics and their loyalty to the constitution and their country declaring that those who hon ored the laws laid down by the church and lived up to them made the best citizens also The reverend gentleman was listened to with great interest and his eloquent and patriotic utterances made a most favorable impression upon all who heard them Immediatelyafter the services in the church the convention was called to order by Vice President Henry Veene man State President Fred Keune of Bowling Green not having been able to be present The proceedings were opened by the Spiritual Director Rev Father Bax when Messrs G W Cambron and William Spalding were appointed a com mittee on credentials They immediately reported the following delegates present and entitled to seats Louisville William C Smith John J Score W C Johnson Frank Speckert Michael Reichart Louis M Hamel Thos F Henley Joe P McGinn Al F Martin H B Beckman Joseph Hubbuch Louis Goedde Henry Felhoelter Frank Wol pert J G Stoerr James McBride Paducah L A M Grief Bowling GreenBro Hallinau r OwensboroHenry Weis LexingtonE T Houlihan Newport M Shea i BardstownB F Mattiugly New Heaven George Boldrick IE RapierPrankfortWilliam L Weitzel St Marys William M Spalding WaverlyG W Cambron Covington Judge M T Shine Dr J A Averdick II J Thomas J Welghaus The reports of the State officers were most encouraging showing a steady growth both numerically and financially and now that ladies are admitted to mem t bership beneficent results are anticipated during the comiug year The afternoon session was taken up with the reports of the various business committees whose recommendations were adoptedOne the most important propositions wan submitted by Thomas Henley of this city It provided for the part payment of insurance after twenty years member whip While no action was takes its omits were apparent to all and there isi msyireI The annual election of officers resulted as follows Spiritual Director Very XevL D BarPresidentMkhaeeti ReJckart of LowS vill Vice PresidentE TUowl1kaof n LexirgtoniSecretaryJohnj Score of Louisville Treasurer Sylyecter RafjUr of New Havenc- i Supreme Delegates H A Veeuentan and Jaetph RabbacbiaIt t Jaahih McGinn Wits the exception of Father hex and b t Treasurer Rapier all are new officers Fratakfort captured the next State con vention which was what genial Dan Me Elligott labored for In the election of officers Louisville fared well There are no harder workers than Mike Reichart and JohnScore and their administration promises to be able and progressive Messrs Hubbuch and Veeneman delegates to the national con vention are too well known to need further mention than that they will both be prominent figures in the national bodyThe installation of officers was con ducted by Father Bax with a chart but impressive address pointing out the DANIEL McELLIGOTT Who Secured the Next Convention for Frankfort duties of each and setting forth the im portance of careful and attentive work for the good of the society Before the final adjournment President Reichart ad dressed the convention thanking the delegates for the honor conferred upon him and pledging his best efforts and ability to make his administration more successful than that of his predecessor- The social feature of the convention was the delightful trolley ride about the city and the sumptuous banquet follow ing at Hammers Park arranged by the gentlemen of the Central Committee of this city About 200 guests boarded the cars at the St Cloud Hotel at 8 oclock and the trip included Cherokee Park and Fountain Ferry arriving at Hammers shortly after 10 where the crowd found a bounteous feast awaiting them There were plates for over 200 persons win were called to order and seated by Toast master William C Smith The menu prepared was a palatable one and thor oughly relished by all after the long ride After doing justice to the choice viands the toastmaster introduced Miss Louise Fackler the first lady member in Ken Judrywboleicitsttactrbu4pleasiag address that was warmly applauded Judge M T Shine and Dr Averdick of Covington were also introduced the former addressing those seated at the tables most happily Father Gausepohl was listened to with the closest attention and his utterances aroused the greatest enthusiasm His reference to the clergy met the hearty approval of all who heard him Ben Speaker was the one who made the hit of the evening His original stories kept the crowd convulsed with laughter The happy feast was brought to a close at midnight when all took the cars and returned to the city Among the pleasing incidents of the evening was the serenade tendered Father flax at his residence on Walnut street many who had not met him leaving the cars to congratulate him uron his safe return from Europe The delegates and visitors were at a loss to find words to express their appre ciation of the kind treatment received at the hands of the Central Committee and the Louisville Knights whose hospitality was evidenced everywhere during their stay here Among those whose labors contributed most to the success and pleasure of the convention and the enter tainment were Messrs Henry Feldhaus William Meehan Joseph Hubbuch Ben Speaker Thomas Feely Joe McGinn John Score Bernard Geher Misses Louise Fackler Aline B Troll and each member of the Central Committee HARD AT WORK Fine Progress Being Made To ward the Sisters Bazar The meeting at St Francis Hall last Monday night was welt attended by ladies and gentlemen from the different congregations interested in the coming bazar for the Sisters of Mercy President Duffy presided and expressed himself as greatly pleased with the encouraging reports submitted The diningroom problem was happily solved by Mrs Tow Tarpey and Miss Mollle Barrett the former consenting to take charge She will have as aids ladies from each parish who will probably serve on different days thus making the work a pleasant one The young ladies of the aluBiaic to the number of twenty or thirty will act as waitresses and this department which will be separate from all others now promises to be very sue easeful From all puts of the city come report of growing interest in the bazar which will undoubtedly rPYa sny heretofore given In Louisville There will be another meeting Monday evening and the at teadareeof many clergymen iis expected Among those whose presence added In tenet to the proceedings were noted Andy iCast Dan Murphy Jsiir Pflana John T1Ia1oaed P Dant and John Carroll ttthepeop1eolOr1loac BeahsuYa Jwtthinkof the snMriufs e1 a poor man whose wifes mother drops in fy spend the evenlog w R MEMORABLE Will Bo Thursday Nights Irish American Social Meeting and Banquet Covers Will Bo Laid For Three Hundred Guests at Music HallI Interesting Musical and Liter ary Exorcises and Short Addresses THE IRISH EVENT OF THE SEASON The open social meeting and banquet of the IrishAmerican Society at Music Hall next Thursday night will prove the most notable as well as enjoyable social event of recent years in Louisville Irish American circles For the past month the joint Ways and Means and Entertainment Committees have been busy making the necessary arrangements and now every detail is complete Messrs Joe Byrne Gus Kane and Pat Connaugh ton have succeeded in providing an entertainment that will furnish fun galore and three hundred will be seated at the ban quet table which will be gaily decorated and bounteously laden with everything that is palatable This affair is on a much larger scale than any ever undertaken by a single so ciety and will not be soon forgotten by those who may attend The tables will be arranged in the shape of the letters of the society h A S the band of music being located at the center one where will be seated Chairman Thomas Keenan and the orators of the evening The address of welcome will be made for the society by Thomas Tarpey who will be followed by William Lawler his subject being Our Society The principal addresses will be delivered by James J Fitzgerald the wellknown attorney who is fast winning fame as an orator ofeloquence and brilliancy Of course the speech making will take place following the supperThe programme for this affair is a pie ingthqugh iigthy nneand4sas follows Overture Irish airs Scallys orchestra Address of woKomeby ThornasTarpey Minuet by Hattie May Gallagher Daniel White Marie Murphy Julia Boldt Henrietta Boldt Charlie White Philip Cosnell and Josephine Byrne pupils of Miss Blanche Mitchells dancing academy who will appear in court cos tunic Song by Master Tommy Keenan Ragtime songs and sand dancing by Miss Mayme Stokes Recitation by Miss Marie Murphy Song by Master Boyd Chester Dance La Coquette Master Philip ConnellSong by Edna Buschenieyer Dance Impromptu Miss Josephine ByrnePiano solo Irish melodies Miss Eliza beth Tarpey e Song by J F Chester and little daugh AbbieDance Tarsalgo Miss Hattie Mdy Gallagher Song by Miss Charlotte Walsh Dance La Chasse Daniel White Song by Miss Bee Mullarkey The cake walk participated in by Charlie McBride Irene Bagby Willie Buschemeyer Marguerite Paxton Philip Council aud Josephine Byrne will bring to a close the first part after which the supper will be served and the toasts responded to ST PATRICKS CHURCH MAYNOOTH The beauty aud ornate grandeur of St Patricks church Maynooth will be con siderably enhanced when the lofty tower now in course of erection will have been completed The work was inaugurated thirteen months ago and already great strides have been made says the Dublin Independent The total height is to be 250 feet At the present moment the structure has attained a height of 101 feet Even in this incomplete stage it presents an imposing appearance The erection of a tower of such dimensions js a tedious process involving a great deal of labor and a heavy outlay The cost of this building will be 170000 A large proportion of that sum has yet to be col lected Hitherto the project has been generously supported and when the Na tional character of the great undertaking is borne in mind there is no reason to ap prehend that Catholics from end to end of the laud will not aa readily and as liberally send forward the balance still required Maynooth College church is the church of twentyseven dioceses and 1080 parishes If the support BO ffarac corded him be continued the enterprising President Rev Dr Gargan expects to see the tower complete in September 1W1 IMPORTANT CONVENTION Tiemoat important event of the year is Gorman Catholic circle wee the big Federation convention which took place hiPeoria IUjtialaw The session asted from Tuesday till Thursday The Catholic societies of Louisville were reprei ental by Messrs Phil Ackerman JosephSayerhoMaC 1IIt Fqi PATRICK FALLON JReturns From French Lick EnJoying Unproved Health L Patrick Fallen than whom there is no young man better known in Limerick has returned fn in French Lick Springs where he spent en days recuperating his health which Ukd become run down be 1 cause of close attention to business for several years past His friends and ac quaintances are giad that the vjsitresulted beneficially and that he again feels in perfect condition- Paddy Fallon as his friends all call him is a native of the County Galway I Ireland He came to America eighteen years ago spending three years in Penn sylvania and thou coming to Louisville For nearly eight years he was with the late John Gillenat that time the leading grocer of the southern part of the city at Seventh and Oakon the corner now occupied by John Hickey After the death of Gillen he went with Rich Quinn on the opposite corner thus making fourteen years on Seventh and Oak streets fj Mr gallon is happily married and the father of an interesting family two of his children berg handsome boy twins His devotion ll1is adopted country is well known yeho one responds more promptly to appeals for the old land or his jufrerfug ouSfryruen tHe declares thathe hopes to again visit Ireland and the scenes of his childhood SILVER WEDDING Mr and Mrs John J Barrett MarriedTwentyFiveYears The twentyfifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr and Mrs John J Barrett occurs tomorrow and the event will be appropriately observed by the many friends of the still happy and prosperous coupleAt Church of the Blessed Sacra ment their silver wedding will be cele brated with solemn high mass Rev Daniel OSullivan who was the officiat ing clergyman conducting the joyous services A pleasing feature bf the occasion will be the rendition of Von Webers mass in G by the survivors of the choir which officiated at the ceremony at St Johns church on East Walnut street of which Mr and Mrs Barrett were at that time members They are Mrs Kate Costigan Mrs William Meehan Mrs James OCon nor Mrs Jones and Mr James OConnor They will be assisted by the regular choir Mrs Kate Costigan rendering the In flammatus at the offertory and Miss Jennie Giles presiding at the orgau The church will doubtless be crowded with relatives and friends as the silver jubilee of their marriage will mark one of the happiest of this seasons many pleasant events With others we extend our heartiest congratulations and hope to also be present at their golden anni versary REGISTRATION IN BELFAST Itis a most encouraging augury for the future of Catholicity and Nationalism in Belfast to note the wholehearted enthusi asm and unanimity with which the work registration has been taken up The representative attendance at the meeting of members of the Central Executive of the Catholic Association bore witness to the policy of thoroughness with which the members of tic association are in spirited in the great effort now being made to increase and maintain the rot lug power of the Catholics and National ists of the city AUbough OB the eve of his departuretoatjewi the historic Cath olic Synod at Mayrooth toe Most Rev Dr Henry whose unAaggiog interest In the progress of the good work has be come proverbial made it a point to en courage by hi presence the willing work era who in the can of religion and patriotism have not spared themselves TWe solicitude of his kwdhip in the cause of nationality in the vMtt of his multifarious duties I quit in keeping with the deep and paternal interet he hat evinced ia the r hdngof the social and politic lllbhIIQI his abek sine his suc cioito the See ol Matachy rbIyears collection for uwork of wfUtr tiou has been very satisfactory cud the work undertaken hu slab been beyond anything before net pfed under each condition in BdffetWfcfc NSW GALVESTON Sufferers Will Bo Assisted bj Hibernians of Teflerson i County I Call For County Board of DI rectors to Meet Sunday Afternoon Subscriptions May BoLof With the Kentucky Irish American IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE NECESSARY The awful catastrophe that has befallen Galveston Texas by which 12000 lives were lost without warning or time to say a prayer and property destroyed that will aggregate 60000000 came almost as a paralytic stroke upon the people of the entire country who were stunned for the time being but who since have beenre spending liberally to the appeals for aid At Thursday nights meeting of Division 2 of the Ancient Order of Hibernian resolutions were passed offering aid to the sufferers and requesting County President Tom Keenan to call a special meeting of the County Board of Direc tors for Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock when plans will be formulated toward raising funds for the relief of their un fortunate brethren in Galveston where there are two divisions of the order County President Keenan at once issued the call and Board of Directors will at once proceed with the work of soliciting and forwarding aid Contribu tions for the sufferers may be left with the Kentucky Irish American which will be immediately turned over to the County Board and also the names published in these columns Thelatest news from the stricken city is that at least 30000 people are destitute in Galveston and along the main shore Slow progress is being made in clearing up the streets and disposing of the dead and there is increasing danger of pesti lence Thedistress is appalling tendering necessary prompt and liberal assistance and all who possibly can should at once contribute to the relief fund which will be forwarded through the county officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernian- sPICAYUNISHS F Treatment of School Children by Louisville Railway Company That the Louisville City Railway Com pany is small potatoes and few in a hillwas fully demonstrated by its treatment of a large number of school children during the past two weeks For many years past the opening of the city and parochial schools has taken place on the first Monday in September Owing to lack of finances the School Board last month decided to postpone the opening of the public schools till Monday Children of all the schools have here tofore been carried back and forth for half fare but here was a chance for the grasping corporation to Squeeze a few additional nickels from the poor The Catholic parochial and other schools opened two weeks ago but the children attending them have been thus far com pelled to pay full fare There have been many complaints against this action of the railway officials parents wondering why their children should not be accord ed the same privileges this year as for previous years Upon inquiry at the companys offices at Twelfth and Jefferson streets President Minary referred our reporter to Superin tendent Funk whose explanation did not explain That gentleman stated that no discrimination was intended but that it was impossible to train the 700 to 800 employes to collect the fares of the children in a manner satisfactory to the company overlooking the fact that the half fare tickets would have been issued all right had the SchoolBoard not taken the action mentioned above He also stated that all the priests in the city had called upon him and were perfectly sat isfied with his actiou When assured that many parents were denouncing the company for its dis crimination our reporter was informed by him that very few children were at tending the schools at present and also that the company which was never known to overlook a nickell even in the dark had overlooked the matter of the opening of the parochial schools entirely But not so with the postponement In this connection it might be well to add that he expressed great sympathy for the working girls who are compelled to pay full fare but there the matter ends a MERCY HOSPITAL BAZAR The Sitters in charge of Mercy 110- 8ltal in JeffenopvlUr will give a baaar at Spieths Theater commencing Tues day October S awl continuing until Saturday of the uaieweek There will be dolt booths fancy tables and an axe teialve vilely of refreshment Including regular easels The baser isl to be tven for theporpos s ofderiving moray to ltla paying for the proposed weir Itii v t- j hospital building estimated to cost 10 000 The Hibernians of Jeffersonville will take an active part and may arrange a special night for their Louisville and New Albany brethren JOHN J SCORE Now State Secretary of the Catholic Knights of America John J Score the newly elected State Secretary of the Catholic Knights of America whose portrait appears here JOHN J SCORE State Secretary of the Catholic Knights of America with became a member of the order eighteen years ago and during all that time has been an indefatigable worker He has held the office of Recording Secretary in Branch 4 for many years and served as its delegate to all the State Council meetings held in Kentucky- Mr Score was also honored at a former State convention by being chosen Supreme delegate to the Supreme conven lion held in the city of Philadelphia and the honor conferred upon him this week was well deserved His services will prove invaluable to President Reichert He is the member of the Board of Dlrec tors of the Catholic Federation from from Branch 4 During the past week he made many new friends as Chairman of the Reception Committee MACKIN COUNCIL Lawn Fete and Lantern Con test Help Building Fund 7 Mackin Council held a largely attended and interesting business meeting Tuesday night when a great amount of business was transacted The young gentlemen having in charge the lawn fete given last week made a partial report which was a very gratifying nature ofII The Chairman of the committee con ducting tile lantern contest reported that while the expenses were quite heavy still a handsome sum was realized for the building fund This committee did ex cellent work which added much to the already enviable reputation of Mackin CouncilResolutions were adopted expressing sympathy for the bereaved familyand relatives of Bro Jansen who died last week and the charter was ordered draped for the next thirty days and the relief committe which had been waiting on monthslreportedDelegates James Shelly and George Lautz reported the proceedings of the Grand Council They were given a rising vote of thanks for their earnest work in behalf of Mackin Council Mr Shelleys announcement of the election of George J Lautz to the position of Secretary relceivedliberality made a handsome donation for I the stricken city of Galveston which has been forwarded to the city authorities I Permission was granted the Young Ladies Auxiliary to give a reception and I dance during the early part of November which will be strictly an invitation affair Messrs Lautz and Shelley made twos I interesting talks when the council ad journed to meet next Tuesday night Y CATHOLIC FEDERATION AdJournod Without Transact ing Any Business Sun day Afternoon Owiugto the lack of a quorum of eleven organizations no business was transacted last Sunday at the meeting of the Catholic Federation at Trinity Coun i cil Hall President McDermott was absent from the city as were several other representatives besides which a number were unable to attend because of their duties In connection with the convention of the Catholic Knights of America I Those present however listened to an interesting address by Dr J W howler containing many valuable suggestions j John Barrett and David OConnell were aLto among the speakers and after spending 1 au hour pleasantly in the handsome I parlors an adjournment was taken for I twoweeks when several more societies are expected to send delegates The committee on bylaws will also make their report An Irishman seeing a donkey ready saddled and thinking of haying acheap ride jumped on hfa back He had not gone fat vfhen Ute donkey started kicking and jllmuUabout so much that he got his hoof hungnpiin one of the stir- rupa ShareiJ tdatHU youre JOlDCto let oa1r toget on SEVEN MILES1 That Will Be the Length of Mondays Beautiful Pageant Everything In Readiness for the Elks Street Fair and Carnival President William McKinley anti William J Bryan Invited HUNDREDS OF HANDSOME BOOTHS Everything is in readiness for the man gural of Louisvilles second fall carnival street fair and industrial exposition On Monday afternoon with the grandest floral parade ever held in the South this gorgeous enterprise will be begun and it is safe to say that it will be in keeping with the mtgnitude and detail of the enterpriseThe parade which will thus in augurate Louisvilles carnival will be a revelation of beauty and a dream of color and design seven miles long It will wind its beautiful way through the streets of Louisville while many brass bands will play while flags will flutter and the superb line of everything beautiful will be offered for the first time in Louisville William E Riley Chairman of this nothinglike paradeshad t and the beauty of its design it will outshine all others Hundreds of the swellest traps in the city and the entire South will be seen in line many of them driven by their owners Victorias breaks and landaus with many others will be stunningly decorated and will be formid prizeshatWhen the gates of the carnival proper are opened on Monday Louisville people may well be surprised to find a most eXpOsitlonThcre rated booths rich with varied displays x- aand with the choicest products of Louisville manufacturers and the prize wares of her stores will be on exhibit In the midway there will be twelve distinct shows ranging from the great streets of Cairo to the mysteries and won ders of the East The German village will be a most attractive feature and in all a most attractive amusement Institution will be offered Every day of the Louisville carnival will be a special day as follows Monday September 17 Louisville day Tuesday Souvenir day Wednesday Ladies day aud white baby show Thursday Fraternal and Orphans day Friday Labor and Railroad day Saturday GermanAmerican day and School Children day Monday September 24 AfroAmerican lay colored baby show fiddlera contest and cake walk at night Tuesday Irish American day Wednesday Elks day Friday Indiana day and farmers day Saturday Kentucky and miners day Among the distinguished guests invited are President William H McKinley and William Jennings Bryan and many others are expected The general admission for the carnival- is ten cents For this dime there can be gotten a world of fun There was a meeting of Irish Amerl cans at the Board of Trade Exchange Hall last night to perfect arrangements- for the observance of IrishAmerican lay Committees were appointed to secure speakers soloists and others for that evening which will perhaps draw the largest crowd of the week The full rogrmme will be given in our next issue GENERAL MEeTINO County President Thomas Keenan has Issued a call for a general meeting of the Hibernians of the four local divisions which will be held on Thursday evening September 27 This will be the first one under the auspices of the new County Board and a large attendance is expected- as matters of interest to all the members will receive consideration HOME FROM ROME The members of the congregation of the Scored Heart church will greet with joy tomorrow morning their beloved pastor Rev Patrick Walsh who strivedsThursdayevening from his pilgrimage to Rome and a tour of Ireland He wuac companied by Rev Father Hayes of Bowling Green and his two sisters std the entire party are enjoying the best of health L THIS MONTHSOAErI The Gael for September arrived this week and faI one of the beet numbers yet published It abounds with Materi cal articles poems short marls raid sketches awl much information of the reatet Interest to every person intercst edlI Irish nationality The illustration presented of scene In County Galway and County WeUn eth are of the high it order ii- a t i ij uif is A 6 N 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN I1111 1 1 11111 Devoted to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americanss LIVKIXLIA11dr M HIGGINS Fsxbllai1 er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Socond Class Matter Addicts all Cnll lesllons to the KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street sA 1 LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1900 i COAL MINERS STRIKE The ordering of the strike of the anthracite coal miners is to be deplored I but it seems it is the only resort left for the miners to seek redress from unfair treatment an poor pay The miners exhaustedI s every possible means warned andI appealed to every interest affected aud brought every influence to bear on the obstinate operators that al strike might be aveated delayingr action till the last moment the date when under previous agreements new regulations and wages should take effect or be considered h everyh thing even arbitration The miners still hoping to avert the strike have delayed its goiug into effectt till next Monday Clergymen business men corporations State and county officials and citizens have urged the operators to yield toI arbitration but they refuse Un less they yield by Monday morningr the entire anthracite region whichl supplies the Eastern States withl fuel will close down rendering idlel 143000 mine workers entailingr incalculable loss to the entire business and manufacturing interests r an entire section of the country and all because of the stubbornness of a few operators to even consider the grievances of their employes v Occurring in the midst of a politicalI campaign politicians will likely seek to make political capital put ofr the strike but there is no politics i I ity since it is not due to any act ofr legislation or general conditions ofr trade resulting from or affected by political policy but is simply issue between mining operators andl their employes which could andl should be amicably adjusted asj have been nearly all such questionsI throughout the country in the past r few years and would be in thisj case but for the arbitrariness of the l operators who like some street railway managers for instance can not realize that an employe has any rights worthy of respect It fisi sincerely hoped however that they may be induced to listen to fairness and treason recognize the rights and interests of the community and avert the strike by consenting to at least consider the petitions of their employes NOT OVER YET The latest from South Africa via London of course is that Presi dent Kruger is a refugee in Portuguese territory and that Gen Botha has asked Gen Roberts for a truce to consider terms of surrender If such were true it would be no sur prise but it is not confirmed and another report not via London says the Boers hold the mountains north and west of Pretoria and have repulsed the British with heavy 1Ions The object of reports of Brit ish successes and the prospect of early cessation of the Boer war are to revive the London stock and money market which has for mouths been sorely depressed and to restore British prestige at home and abroad The Boer war how I eVtj will not terminate abruptly eventhough President KrUger hasI fled and the Commanderlu chief U should surrender It may be only a guerrilla warfare but it is likely to continue for years and require a large BritteJj army to keep the peo pie in subjection with the probabil ity of internationalcomplications over the claim of British supremacy J i I ini South Africa The Boer Rues tion will like the Eastern thorn of Crimea thathaa worried Englaod Je for fifty years 1prove another Bource i rof annoya cost and blood RIGHT SPIRIT The action of the city adminis trationMayor and Council in promptly appropriating and for warding 10000 to the Governor stnsdnm victims is heartily commended Mayor Weavers suggestion in his call for the meeting of the Council and so readily indorsed by that bodyI what is done should be done quicklyis the proper spirit in extending sympathy and aid iin times of affliction Louisville has ever proven prompt and generous i such matter regardless of the sec tion or class in need and the action of Tuesday night only sustains her reputation B P O E The Best People on Earth wi take charge of the city next week inaugurating their carnival on Monday Great as was their suc cess last year it will be eclipsed iin the coming two weeks The Elks are everybodys friends discriminating against none and hence have the good will of all They have the push and go besides and have advertised the city far and wider They are boomers who know how to boom aud deserve the earae cooperation they are receiving from all classes of our people ii making their carnival the greatest on earth in every feature and a suc cess without limit nAnd the greatest of these iis charity but when with charity i coupled gratitude the fellow feel ing of humanity is the more fully exemplified In the hearty sym pathy and spontaneous relief extended the suffers at Galveston Johnstown Pa combines charity and gratitude Several years ago a flood devastated the Pennsylvania mountain town and among the messages of sympathy and con tributions for relief was one from far away Galveston on the gulf Last Saturday night storm an I tidal wave swept over Galveston leaving destruction death and destitution Before ah appeal for aidI was issued the Johnstown Council and citizens on Tuesday forwarded I to Galveston a message of sympa thy and 1000 In the commend able work of relief to stricken Gal veston give Johnstown first place The emphatic charge of the Lexington Judge to the grand jury on gambling recalls the famous declaration of a Louisville that gambling was dead in this city Has the corpse awakened while theJudge slept is a query suggested by the nocturnal appear once of things about certain locali ties Perhaps the Louisville Judge will arouse from his slumber when his court convenes Of course iiuI such case the gentry will be duly named as the killing of gambling in this city never hunts anybody who stands in even though it is a felony and merits a striped suit by- lawI There are some ugly rumors concerning the gas ordinance passed by the City Council vetoed by Mayor Weaver repassed by the lower board and now pending the Board of Aldermen which are of interest since the votes of but five Aldermen are necessary to kill the ordinance Tuesday night will decide the question Nonunion publications seldom if ever meet with success They are always conducted on wron g principles and when they fall to pay for the type tetNag their finish L is in tight There is hn one not more than a thousand miles it f A i from this cityBrace up and fly the union label IThe threatened erection of a spite fence between the prop erty of a Christian citizen and church of Christians indicate a woful lack of Christian charity somewhere and that there is still a field for Christian missionary work in this city The excuse offered by the Louisville City Railway Company for its charging school children increased fares during the past two weeks is not worthy of the least consideration William Jennings Bryan has beenI received enthusiastically in Indiana Why not bring him to Kentucky KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN Kathleen Mavourneen the gray dawn iisI breaking The horn of the hunter is heard on the hill The lark from her light wing the bright dew is shaking Kathleen Mavourneen what slumbering stint 0 hast thou forgotten how soon we must sever- n 0 hast thou forgotten how soon we must part It may be for years and it may be forever 0 why art thou silent thou voice of my heart It may be for years and it may be forever Then why art thou silent Kathleen Mavourneen thllslumbers The blue mountains glow iti the suns golden light Auwhere is the spell that once hung on my numbers Arise in thy beauty thou star of my sight- Mavourneen Mavourceen my sad tears are falling To think that from Erin and thee I must part It may be for years and it may be forever Then why art thou silent thou voice of my heart It may be for years and it may be forever StThen why art thou silent Kathleen i Mavourneen i nTRUSTEE GALVIN His Friends Running HimIi Again For School Boards The voters of the Ninth and Tenth wards have again succeeded in inducing Dr John W Galvin to become a candidate for the School Board He was elect ed two years ago in the face of strong opposition and Democrats and Republic ans in large numbers are now pledging him their support His record has been very satisfactory and the action of cer Win politicians opposing his reelectionI has aroused his friends who are de termined to make a vigorous campaign iinI his behalf THEATRICALS The members of the Temple Theater n seasod mediately began rehearsing for the first play to be produced entitled Victor Durandwhich has never been seen here Guy Carleton is the author and the play is one of his best productions Col Meffert iselated over the prelims nary work of the company which promises to be the strongest yet seen at Louisvilles most popular play house and should make an unprecedented hit this season Oscar Eagle who is this year associated with Col Meffert is preparing for a series of beautiful productions is also greatly pleased with the rehearsals- of the new company The season will open Monday evening September 24 This year only four matinees will be TuesdayeThursdayand Saturday The patrons of the Buckingham will turn out in large numbers to witness the production of Wine Women and Song which is announced as the attraction for next week The present company is said to be if anything superior to the organi amongitsdians on the American vaudeville stage William Gilbert and Walter Goldie have no superiors and few equals as delineators of familiar character types Sheehan and Kennedy rank among the highest Celtic comedians and their witty sayings are all new and sure to please their audiences The hill to be presented is an attractive one and crowded houses will be the rule The usual matinees will be given Ie The Denver Express which comes to the Avenue next week is not a railroad play but a concise and beautiful story of Colorado written in a kindred vein to H Arizona which has just completed a arenelements of humor pathos wit satire and a weaving la of a homelike human story which appeals strongly to city au diences Frontier life is depicted void of the usual blood and thunder accotnpani meats LATEST STYLES Miss Kate OBrien the wellknowa modirtedeft Wednesday upon her annual autumn trip to the Brutbereshewiiti procure the latort importation in ritafashions Min OBrien expects to reopen her etUbiuutuient in lie Courier Journal building about September 26 when abe will exhibit to her friend and patrona the moat gntodatcvl a fromu the ixcfropoHcL n f w riL iJil i SOCIETY aMiss Lulie Mattingly will arrive home from New York next week Miss Mary Donigan arrived home thi week from her trip to theEastern resorts Mrs George Kremer and Mrs Fran Fehr are Home from Manitou Springs ColThomas Brennan has arrived home from Kansas City where he spent two week- with friends Mrs J Bruuer of Franklin was this week the guest of Mrs 8 J Sullivan iin New Albany Miss Anita Muldoon has returned from a six weeks visit with the Misses Norton in North Carolina Miss Emma Heffernan returned this week from Tionga Springs where she spent several weeks Miss Annie McGJIl who has been upending some time in Europe will re turn the latter part of this month Miss Mabel Burke of Madison has returned home after a pleasant visit with Miss Jean Frazer in Jeffersonville Mr and Mrs Spalding Coleman have returned from Wequetousiug where they spent the latter part of the heated term Joseph Doherty Auditor of the Monon who has been visiting his father Michael1 Doherty in New Albany has returned to Chicago Joseph Sullivan and Paul Schuell are endeavoring to organize a bowling leagueI among members of the Hibernian divisions I of this city YDeputy Sheriff Frank Carroll is home from West Baden Springs where he spent several days preparatory to the opening of the courts Miss Kate Doherty a charming young lady from Hamilton 0 is visiting her cousins Messrs John B and M F Doherty in Jeffersonville Mrs Catherine OBrien has returned from Covington where she visited Mrs P Murphy accompanied by Mrs T J Scanlan of New Orleans Mr and Mrs George Mulligan are at Martinsville Ind where the former is re ported rapidly recovering from his recent severe attack of rheumatism John McGrath who recently resigned from the police force after many years creditable service has returned from a pleasant sojourn at West Baden Springs i Mrs J B Murphy and her two pretty daughters Misses Genevieve and Mary of New Albany are home1mm Chicago after a pleasant visit with friends in the Windy City The engagement of Miss Maggie Cahlll and Daniel Shea well known and popu lar in Jeffersonville social and business circles came as a pleasant announcement to their friends- Jeffersonville society is looking forward with pleasant anticipation to the fair to be gives under the auspices of the Mercy Hospital at Spieths Hall during the first week in October Miss Maud Farrell and Will Rippetoe will be married the latter part of the month Miss Farrell is popular in Jeffer sonville society and possesses accomplish ments and beauty Her affianced is a Terre Haute business man Michael J McNerney the wellknown Eighth street plumber who has been at Martinsville Ind for a season of recreation returned thfS week and is again ready to transact business with his and patrons at 328 Eighth street- S j Mrs Thomas W Dice formerly Mis Alicia McGinn returned this week from an extended tour through tlje South andI is nowtat home to her friends at the resi dence of her parents Mr and Mrs J J McGinn 1811 West Market street Miss Gertrude Morris and M R Pow era this week announced their marriage which took place in Indianapolis last May the ceremony being performed by Rev Father McCave of Holy Cross church The news was a pleasant sur prise to their many friends A pleasant surprise prrty was tendere- Miss Bettie Bright at her home on West Broadway by her friends Misses Mayme Kelly Lily Kirley Retta Ewing Birdie Lentsch Addie bawler Iuez Gleason I Norma Lentsch Agnes Bright j Messrs W J OIIearJJohn Crotty Will Kirley George McCraiTn Hugh Smith Joh Bell Ed Bright George Bright Clarencee Lentscli James and Harry Gleason Mr kndMrs Robert Lcntsch Mr and Mrs P Gleason Mrs OHearri aud Mrs Sel vage Refreshments were served on the lawn and dancing was enjoyed until u late hour in the evening Miss Lily Iewis and Louis Shafer were united in marriage last Wednesday after noon Rev FatherPlood of the DominiThe can church tying the nuptial wedding was without display and afte- the ceremony the young couple left upon an extended bridal trip to the Eastern cities where they will remain till October 1 The bride is J1 very attractive and accomplished yon g lady Mr Shafer has for years bee connected with the coal department A the Louisville Nashville railroad andj is apopular gen tlemanEditorof pew p perHave you seen our last number y I Poet who hasjjuJ had a alteafl of son hi rejected Nobut I export toin a inonth Iiaw bawl laifclwd theChicago nun as he readthe frU of f set VottBaftern era make some tfudrK mtsiakf Youve got croquettes ante the head of entrees Out Wist a It gilatcr e p r ACROSS THE WATER Rev Father Rook Lands at Queenstown In Better Health Letters received here during the pasts week from Rev Father Rock of the Cathedral who is now in Armagh Ire gentlemankQucenstown spirits after an ocean trip lasting twelve days and his many friends in this city and State will learn with real pleasures that be already feels benefited by the change Before leaving Queenstown Father Rock met Fathers Walsh and Hayes who have been abroad for the past three months They sailed the following day for theUnited States RECENT DEATHS Ann E Gavogau widow of the late James Gavagau for many years a rest dent of the West End was buried from St Cecilias church Sunday morning 1lIer remains were interred with those of her husband in St Louis cemetery VTe regret to announce the death of Edward Harkinswhich occurred Wednesday morning lie was in his twenty fourth year and had many friends and relatives in this city His funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church yesterday morning The funeral of John Goldner who died last Tuesday occurred Thursday morn ing and the remains were followed to St Louis cemetery by many sorrowing friends The deceased was a nephew of Nick Goldner of 732 Washington street He was twentyeight year old Deep gloom was cast over the home of Mr and Mrs Ben Monsch Seventeenth and Southgate streets when the spirit of their eighteen mouths old son Bennie winged its way to its Maker Thefuneral took place yesterday afternoon The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a host of friends in their sad affliction John Murphy an aged and wellknown tailor died at his residence 1635 Magazine street early last Saturday morning after a long illness He was a native of Ireland but had long been a resident of this city where he hsis a large number of friends and relatives His funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church Sunday afternoon large numbers attending the solemn servicesFASHION NOTES Velvet is assuming more and more prominence in autumn modes and little velvet coats of all sorts are being made by the score The Eton jacket with the stole front is one of the most popular of the new models and is exceedingly becoming if well cut but a sight to bring tears if bungledThe notion of elaborating lace with embroidery medallions and jjewelry pre vans more extravagantly than ever and gives the lie direct to the man who be wails the lack of extravagance in womans dressSoft crush folds of gauze or chiffon held in broad dog collar shape by being passed through jjeweled slides and finishing with a chou at the back are being worn with the prevalent demidecolletage as welt as with full evening dress Huge artificial flowers of chiffon won derfully tinted are among the new milli nery novelties and in many cases have jewelled centers They will be remarkably effective on the lace tulle and chiffon evening toques that are to be worn The earliest importations of autumn dress goods showed smooth finish sur faces but now there is an incoming wave of zifeline goods with very roughs hairy surfaces Many of these materials show pronounced white hairs on darks backgrounds Empire gowns are bringing in their train a host of empire accessories The finest and west extravagant of fans be long to the mode and every day handsomer ones blossom out in Paris shops The jeweled girdles and bandeaux are other costly straws showing tine direction of the tide- Velvet capes are displayed in Paris and are pretty enough to win popularity if favor goes by deserts They are made in a succession of capes sometimes as many as six and each lined with white satin golddand jeweled embroidery The high collar turns down deeply with an edge of the embroidery and fastens at the throat with a large soft scarf of chiffon embroi dered all over in cobwebby design of gold and colored silks innnParis consists of small gold or silver rings sewed to the goods of the gown in two rows a few inches apart The rings of the two rows alternate so that velvet ribbon or cord run through them forms points and the effect particularly with black velvet ribbon or gold cord is dis= tinctly attractive and original These small rings are also sewn on the edges of goods and ribbon or cord laced across to form an open work insertion over color CORRECTEDr One day a gentleman salted at the office of a certain newspaper and said to the editorSir it is announced in your paper that I am dead Well replied the editor if itfs in our paper it is correct IIIt is not correct for I ant here alive rejoined the other Welt it cant be help4KI1IIlidtbe editorBut I expect yoa to contradict it said the injured nun No I can uotdotbatlsaidtbe editor as we Heyer contradict anything that appear iu our paper I wi1ImLtime only thing I can do Tomorrow itwill pat you in the 1i8t atbirtkai Jto o n J f JOB 1 d- II i r PRINTINGI The Kentucky Irish American is prepared to- EE do the best of Job Printing such as LETTER HEADS EI IliEADS 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upon its Fifth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circulation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tacky Irish American for the coming year i willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor ews- Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is I printedand mailed on Fridays so that its cityreaders may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our oe advertisers who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville Cha me SUnS6fiDtion r166H IS ONLY 1 PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this small sum we promise to continue to iissue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We wil- lr endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless h liberaland honest publication one that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW Ik oz X z z Advertisers Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in this paper wi lbe productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens r Z Z Z Address all Correspondence and Business Commune I cations to the 0 KENTUCKYK m H M m I U I 3326E8TGRffI8TREUI ci t DAVITT Addresses Large and Entliusljis tie League Gathering In Queens County S The England of ClminTierliiiii Not the England of Gladstone Will Not Boa Member of the Next or Any Futuredt Parliament QUALIFICATIONS FOR CANDIDATES On Sunday August 20 a large and en thusiastic meeting of the United Irish League was held in BorrisinOssory Queens county for the purpose of cstab lishing a branch of the United Irish League in the district Contingents and bands were present from all the surround ing country as well as many of the lead ing Nationalists Laurence T Kelly JP of Ballymee lish Park was elected Chairman and Patrick Kavanaugh served as Secretary Resolutions were adopted establishing a branch of the United Irish League for the united parishes of Killcsinestia Knockaroe and Borris reiterating the demand for selfgovernment declaring the time had come when a fair and equit able system of compulsory laud purchase should be enacted asserting that the claims of the laborers were deserving of universal support asking the Rural Dis trict Councillors and occupiers of land to facilitate the working of the laborers act and acquiring land near towns and villages to be divided into plots for the use of laborers at present living in poor dwellings declaring that the cause of the evicted tenants is worthy of the support of every true Irishman and asking the people to subscribe to the evicted tenants fund demanding a compulsory purchase system for householders in towns claiming the right to a Catholic university for Ireland on the same bask as their fellow countrynien in Trinity College had pledging themselves to sup port the Irish Parliamentary party under the leadership of John Redmond and to contribute generously to the general eJec- tion fund and opening subscription lists not only for this purpose but also for membership of the United Irish League Eugene Crean MP who was cor dially received said they should beware of any man who denounced an organiza tion that was for the peoples good None of those men who pronounced against he League dared to stand on any platform and speak the sentimenls they wrote in newspaper offices Referring to those who were not in favor of the League he advised the people to watch those trick sters and see that they would not be rep resented by them Michael Davitt who was received with a tremendous outburst of cheering said it war many years ago since he attended a meeting in the Queens county when at Knockaroo a resolution was passed say ing that they should have nothing to do with Malachy Kellys evicted farm Well that farm was vacant still and it wouldremain so until perhaps it grabbed itself They had shaken the rotten and robber system of landlordism to its foundation and they had compelled the imperial Legislature to write on its statute book the privilege of Ireland to rule herself in her own domestic affairs There was no other popular organization but the United Irish Leave at present in Ireland to do the work which the people of Ireland wanted to see accomplished That being so he could not imagine why some men calling themselves Nationalists objected to the movement of the United Irish League It was practically the same movement as the Land League and the National Leagueit hind the same ob jects the same men and the same meth ods and it was confronted by the same enemy Therefore if they were not to give up the fight in the name of God dnd of commonsense what was there in the ob jects the men and the purposes of the United Irish League that any sincere Nationalist can take exception to Let them look round and take stock of what they had yet to do before Ireland could rule herself and before they could have the land for the people A single Eng lishman from Leeds was the ruler of Ireland through the medium of Dublin castle landlordism could still take ten millions a year in rent against all justice and right raised from the laborers sweat and toil many of the laborers were still without a plot of land or a decent dwell ing for their families migration was still draining Ireland of the best of her manhood the workers in the large centers were suffering because Ireland was de nied that liberty which every other country in the world had Were they to tolerate such things In the circumstances their duty was to assemble as they did that day to push forward the great work commenced by the Laud League twentyone years ago How were those reforms for Ireland to be won Was it by Irish members going to royal levees and garden parties Was it by Irish Nationalist aiembersof Parliament scurrying across from Germany to vote Irish taxes to those who butchered the Indians Such measures of reform could only be won by organization in Ireland and by a united party in Westminster The seallirnth about this opposition to the United Irish League in that some men had VOW tired in the movement others were inclined to go over to the enemy ctasacaiand the Influence of the reaction fjapt he felt MtUfod that those action would not be indorsed by the Nationalist sentiment of tuepcountry There ought to be no discouragement hose desertions they ciWOfe incidental to even politicali wove I 8 8DR JOHN W for School GALVINII 88Candidate and Tenth T J i- IGE WATHENS W CREAMM FACTORY lCREAMERYM r AND BAKERYr 6 9 EigIztlz StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 DEALERS IN DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS STONES New work and repairing n specially Special attention given to fitting of glasses by expert opticians 132 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KY feoofflreegfntp penmallJ1hlC tnyTe7e9ra 0 Send for hlalyue Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in line Graduates of this college preferred business houses There are other schools than ours but none that can offer our facilities went Replaced more faith in a strong unitedorganization in Ireland than he did even in the action ofa united party in Westminster but they wanted both However the first would insure second Referring to the next general election he said in his view candidates coming for ward to represent them should have thre qualifications First they ought to be thorough Nationalists in character and record and not mere professing home rulers second they ought to be men of some capacity or holding some representative position which would satisfy the people that they were capable of doing some work for their constituencies and for Ireland when they were sent across to London third they ought to b sober men and men of good character so that they should not be a reproach to their country and to their race when they were written about in Westminster as spokesmen of the Irish people He was convinced that those three qualifications ought to be insisted on by the National ists in every constituency and such men ought to be found among the people and would be found if the country showed itselT willing to have the services of such a body With regard to the present Irish parliamentary party he had not one word to take back from what he bad spoken on this question a year ago in the West of Ireland Hp had no desire whatever to be unfriendly in what he said to any mils in the present Irish party He did not want any of their seats He should not be a member of the next or any future parliamentary party Therefore what he was about to say was said with no per sonal feeling and solely in interests of the national cause For himself he said no man should be opposed for the part he took in one side or the other in the unfortunate split of the last ten years To do so would be unjust and dishonorable in face of the compactor agreement that was come to between the two sec tions to bury the past add become united in the future But on the other hand there were some men in the party who as individuals acted and Voted in the House of Commons and out of it in a manner Inconsistent with that of an Irish Nation alist representative and he maintained that such men whether they belonged tone side or the other or to both sides ought not to be allowed to go back under the general act of oblivion passed in con partyinten years Now that WM only his individual view but to thought those ores eat shared that opinion with him He expressed that view knpwteg that every constituency in Ireland would have the klDdIOfit Ihi flit House of Comnooa That was a right ackaowledgtM all round and that was the law of the United Irish League But they could not expert the League tp use its influence and its power in behalf of men who were Us deaqty enemies in atIJtid t THE DEBT IS THE CHEIPCST f his by the the men who believed that an Irish National ist member was doing his duty more by going to the Duke of Yorks levea than by attending the national convention in Dublin or becoming a member of the United Irish League He hoped that in anything he had said he had not unduly geteas a result of parliamentary action in Westminster He had less faith in par liamentary action with the Imperial Par liament today than ever he had in any period of his life It would be as great a blunder as Nationalist Ireland could make if she put her faith solely in that kind of work for Ireland They had to bear in mind that the England of Cham Glade stone and that the Imperial Parliament which voted men and money for the commission of one of the most wanton and most atrocious crimes in human his torythe assassination of the Doer repub Commonssthat passed the home rule bill for Ireland They had to consider even a more serious risk than that of their people putting all their hopes in the work of an Irish party in Westminster Was that not a risk that Ireland might lose her nationality and that their racial individuality might be submerged in such a measure of home rule as Gladstone offered seven years ago and was there no danger when they viewed the disgusting loyalism and flunk eyism shown by home rulers in Dublin and elsewhere last April when the Queen came to Ireland When they bore in mind too that many home rulers had actually sent their sons to South Africa to fight against the liberties of the Doers was there no danger that a home rule Ireland might become a contentedad jjunct of an empire of lies and of blood and of a civilization brutal and godless They could work better for Irelands liberty in Ireland than any party could work for it in Westminster Having dealt with the war in South Africa and shown how numbers of Boers beat immensely larger numbers of British be said he believed they would live to see eternal justice giving a mandate to some nation more a match for England than I the Transvaal to have retribution for the crime that had darkened and disgraced the closing year of the nineteenth century P A Meehan Chairman of the County Council and Dents KiHide M P also spoke The Book AgentI would like to show you this beautiful work It tells about the habUaof savage animals The Severe Ladyat the doorI dont need JtIhire been married four times Allright then well toss for it aald Tommy Here peel You holler Head or taUsfveiyweU replied little Jtmerton of Boston I prognosticate the falling of the obverse uppermost Aunt Mehtabel reading the ponce court newsWellwell there Iething Id Lever do Itlbadiftyf chil dreg Id never name one of thorn Alias Seems as if theyre sure to goa wrong oq IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice President Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Dank street MulloySergeantatArmsJohn Killecn Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan CampfieJdReconting Kenney183bTreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings CavanaughVice Recording SecretaryN J Sheridan Financial Secretary Tames Coleman 117 Twentieth Treasurer George J Duller- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyViceLynchRecording Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 420 East Gray street LanganTreasurerHarry I SergeantatArmsJerry Hallahon SentinelWilliam Ansbro i DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY 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ROUTE TO v1 IndianapolisS Peori- aCHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and 0 MICHIGAN BEST TERMINAL- I o UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFJCB No 118 Fourth Aye 1 TQAT3ms KyWARRBNWM P D PPIIAC JIVA CINCINNATI 0 F 5SS5 5555S 1 +H+ t t t t t It t t t t t t t H t t t l t t l + n You Should Call and Examine Our FALL I AND I WINTER I SUITINGS BEFORE ORDERING YOUR SUITS We agree to save you money on anything in our line YOUR yATHOKrAC3E SOLICITED GUILFOYLE SIMONS 2660ATailors+ t + t t and Importers 604 W Market ttt tt + H+ MMMHMHMt MMMMMM t t + t+t Jr RKMOVAIv Chas A RogersHAS REMOVED HIS STOCK OP CATHOLIC SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS liiiBOOKSand RELIGIOUS ARTICLES to 434 V JNi17F FZ SOlT STrt t t t FRANK FEtiR BREWING 60 I NCORPORArED Brewers and BottlersI LOUISVILLE KY r DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I J a Doiiflterty KeenanU- NDERTAKERS I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth III TJEjiyjBj MOisnBj 122302 ill 1 IIAll Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Jm Furnished for All Occasions1mJ R gsI iIIIIE I llItf IIlI1f I jMuiaoon Monument Gomponui1 I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OP R I ITALIAN Monuments MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I Artistic Work Only Solicited1 Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy 1 WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET RIdI1 1 I1Iitiit HHHHH iPARADISElo if SAMPLE ROOM et w Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool i M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR u- r Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street et 0 0 JOHN arrPI2AWI VTALTRS 1 Clay= 5tret Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET T 1phtene saY LOUISVILLE I- CYfljOHN F OERTELS1I BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY OREAMCOMMONBEERl J 14001404 Story Avenue I Tetephoue89ttt LOUISVILLE KY i 4 THOROUGH TRAINING oAa otrThActglt yN+ i D TMllipAND MAIN 1ir LoU avlUCICY I r ELKSwww Aw we 17 TO 29 1900 M = and Event1- rw = More than three miles of Booth Displays of merchandise comprising over 400 exhibits together with a plaza of free entertainments music and athletics Twelve special days of parades and demonstrations 3ww g Midway Plaisance Menagerie M4nstreltwf w = German Village Shows etc I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Martin Kelly aged seventyeight years died August 25 at Ballandiue The death of Gerald Donohue occurred in Dublin on August 27 in his forty ninth year At a very largemeeting of the United Irish League at Killorglin strong resolu tions in favor of the national language were passed Catherine Murphy widow of the ltale Thomas Murphy succumbed to a lingering illness at her residence in Dublin fortified by the rites of the churdh Her funeral took place August 30 Lieut Col Bryan Mahon who has just been appointed to the regimental command rendered vacant by the death of the Earl of Airlie isa Galway man and only thirtyeight years of age Father Ring has been making great progress in the organization of the pil grimage to Rome and it is now certain that Ireland will be worthily represented in that gathering of the faithful Very Rev Michael OKane of Tallaght has been appointed prior of the Domini can Convent in Limerick succeeding Very Rev Father Bannou who has just completed his second term of office as prior in Limerick The remains of Bridget Gannon the unfortunate victim of a drowning accident in the Dodder river near Irishtown have been given to her friends by the Glasnevin authorities Her funeral took place from her sisters residence in Dublin on August 29 and the interment wasI at Clonsilla Glorious weather a great attendance and capital exhibits marked the openin- of the great Dubllng national horse show August 28 The number of visitors reached immense dimensions and neve- before have so many Englishmen and Scotchmen visited the Irish capital at this period Coroner Friery held an inquest in the Dublin Hospital on the remains of a coachman named John Doyle aged abou- fifty years who died from the effects of potasse liquor which he accidentally took it this residence on Upper Leeson street The jury found that death was caused by poison taken through misadventure Horace Plunkett M P has issued a statement tothe electors of South County Dublin replying to the charges brought against him at the recent Molesworth Hall meeting and assuring them that as the chosen candidate of the political as sociation of the division he will go to the polls whatever the result may be At the weekly meeting of the Rath drum branch of the United Irish League resolutions were passed declaring that James OConnors want of active sympa thy for the United Irish League can only be construed as passive opposition to the United Irish League and calling upon the West Wicklow electors to take note of his action The General Council of the Irish County Councils met in the Leinster Lecture Hall Sir Thomas Esmonde pre sided and was unanimously reelected to Chairmanship John Sweetman was reappointed Secretary Discussions took place on some important matters relating to the administration of the local govern went act The attendance was much smaller than bad been expected many counties not being represented A remarkable train accident occurred near lrvinestown on the Great Northern railway Au excursion train from Porta down to Bundoran was returning when the door of one of the carriages became unfastened somehow and two young men named Francis Trodden a barber and Francis Carberry a cattle dealer both belonging to Armagh fell out through the door on to the line while the train was going atthe usual speed How the two men escaped with their lives is Inexplicable As the result of the thrilling experience Carberry Is practically uninjured and reached his home Trodden i has however been detained in hospital in Irvlnestown Great excitement has been created in Boyle by the sudden death of Christopher Bridges under tragic circumstances in Sligo jail Bridges was a large merchant and extensive grazier in Boyle who had laterly got into a state of nervous excite ment which was Intensified by the recent riots in the town over the Pretoria and Mafeking celebrations For the last few weeks he gave way to a mania for com mitting aMHults and at the lat Boyle petty sessions he was charged with strik line a farmer named Edward Crofton of J Habanagii with alarg weight on the head Crofton bad been severely cut and lost a good deal of blood Tkere- was 110 defense made that th MMult had lheUagWrateiclecad ordered hitti to pay 16 compensation to alloulddadbailI J rJiuW worth thouaancU of poeJtMlV 1 cr 20 1 r Entrance Floyd and Broadway = Admission lOc 3Low rates on Railroads and Steamboats Excur Esious from all tributary points = Up StaIrs Over English Woolen Hills Store One Door West of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A i ERODING 1 D D s S I PROPRIETOR he was unable to get two householders tact o as sureties and Thursday he was taken into custody and removed unde- the Magistrates warrant to Sligo jail Late on Friday night the startling news reached Doyle that he lied dropped dead injailA melancholy accident occurred at well known in commercial and musical circles in Cork losthis life The de had been spending a day at the seaside and took a car to catch the boat to the city The horse took fright and rushed through the village and when some dis tance out came in contact with a parapet were thrown to the ground and Leahys head came in contact with the stone work and he received injuries from which he afterward died Deceased was employed as buyer in the linen department at the wellknown firm of Lyons Co He was a musician of considerable repute and played the vlplin and other instru ments in severalof the local orchestras The sad fatality when it became known in Crossheaven and late at night in the city caused the greatest possible regret among all who knew the deceased Although no evidence was disclosedat the inquest on the body of the late Pat rick Kennedy Urban Councillor and Secretary to the New Ross Harbor Board as to how he came by his death off the Hook coast in the disaster on Tuesday night or Wednesday morning it has now transpired that the boat was run through by a passing steam collier The Rev Father Furlong made the statement that on Wednesday morning he in company with a companion had been coming in from fishing at the mouth of Waterford harbor He had just got about two wiles inside of the Hook tower when he ob served a large steam collier going by Presently he noticed that immediately in front and coming toward her was a fishing boat Before the latter had time to escape the steamer bore down and then Father Furlong states he saw the small boat being struck on the bow and lifted out of the water The reverend found GRAND OUTOFTOWN EXCURSION hBlgFout route September 16 to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at7 oclock a tu Returning arrives Louis villa at 1140 pant Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 1 ii- Knigbts own Ilj Anderson I125 j MUD cie125i Alexandria 125 Tickets on sale at city ticket office 218 Fourth avenue and at Union depot S J Gates General Agent REDUCED RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY j I To Louisville On account of the IksII Fair September17 to 29 the Southern I railway often flee best service to Louis and1reducedI One fare foe round trip September 17 I rIofteI One and pMthird for the round trip each day front 8pt nber 17 to 88 iaclHJ I I rive tickets good to return until October 119611Forfartiue pwtkularfi inquire ttearert ant t Souther ihillwyaP- aaeugerAget T tSiriftt Lexingtoni Ky Wm H Tayloe AAiataut General Passenger Agent L9u11rnK7- Well I 6 H my ttifei Away You ntie her dont yop1 Mirier I have to gohome bnthtea five day ry to etopty t under 11J tJ rti CARNIVAL and iFAIR 1 SEPTEMBER Louisvilles Greatest Amusement IRELAND th- eMammoth Leahyg cart spotbut STREET Industrial childr HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekDeneral- News Notes Division 2 of Utica N Y reports hay ing nearly 200 members Remember the general meeting on Thursday September 27 The Hibernians of St Paul will give a big steamboat excursion tonto row Division 3 meets next Wednesday evening There should be a splendid at tendance Division 2 of Oakland Cal dedicated its new hall recently with appropriate ceremoniesMike was accorded a hearty welcome Wednesday evening after a long absence The Providence Hibernian Knights will commence weekly drills next Wednesday night Division 1 continues its work of initiat ing candidates Two were added to the roll Tuesday night Edward Costello was among those who were welcomed Wednesday evening by the members of Division 4 The Ladies Auxiliary of Division G of St Paul entertained large number of visiting friends Monday night Division 1 had an interesting meeting Tuesday evening The members were glad to have Tim Sullivan with them An informal banquet with covers laid ofrofficers of Division 2 of Dunkirk N Y The Ladies Auxiliary of Providence R I have accepted an invitation to at tend the St Anthony parish fair in a body President Tom Dolan makes an excel- lentl presiding officer Thus far his ad ministration has met the expectations of all his friends v Division 4 now boasts the largest as well as the smallest Hibernian in Jefferson county They are John B Fahey and Will Miller Popular William Ansbro was again missed from this weeks meeting of Division 4 The members were wonder ing what caused his absence State resident Shine stated to our re porter this week that he would ere long visit the divisions of Louisville He alao expects to reorganize Frankfort John Fahey and Edward Moll were initiated by President Henuessy last Wednesday evening Division 4 thereby securing two very desirable members The Hibernians Wheeling gave their annual picnic at the State Fair grounds At noon the crowd started for the grounds and kept up the stream until late in the eveningDivision 2 writes all its members to be present at the services commemorating the silver wedding of John J Barrett at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament to morrow morning The recent semiannual convention held in Newburg N Y shows the organization to be in a very prosperous condi tion The 350 members in the county have 2000 in the treasury Fortythree new applicants were in itiated into the new Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Syracuse at the last meeting The charter list will remain open until October 21 when the auxiliary expects to have the largest membership in the StateThe Hibernians were well represented Tuesday evening at the trolley ride and banquet of the Catholic Knights promi nent among the guests being State Presi dent Shine County President Tom Kee nan President William Meehau James Rogers and John J Barrett The annual installation of officers of Ladles Auxiliary Gof Buffalo was luade interesting by an address by Rev Father Sharkey setting forth the benefits of the society There was alsoan excellent musical and literary programme followed by refreshments and dancing The Buffalo Union and Times says those who traveled to Depew to the in stallation of Division 13 witnessed a ceremony unexcelled in Erie county this year The visiting members remained until well it wasnt morning exactly outsIany previous fair of Division 3 of Providence IThe n with a grand ball on October 2 to which all the local and State officers haveIthe bet gatherings in the history of the order There will be a number of special nights for different orders It will con time till October 30 ICIILIDASMAICBo Joseph Coyle of New Albany has jjut returned from ail outing at Mill ariascounter which tie kilted only after an exciting battle Hie rCudi now took upon Mm 1h f rI JOHN B CASTLBMAN ARTHUR G LANGHM BRKCKINRIDGS CASTIBMAK Royal Insurance CoI OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN TilE WORLD BARBEE S CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OFFICESI OOLTJJVEBIjft BXJIIO3IITC3 IRf1ti1tifllllflflllIIIl11111ltlll llllflll11II111Rf4lRHft11l111 RAFFOS I ST I Nothing sold but1 ww I guaranteed goods KY Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville = A store where quality is of first considerationa =place where you are treated right and money back =if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines =of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will like to trade here once you have tried it = Hauling and Moving Attended To tt 321 LOUISVILLE WEST STREET 1 =w North Side I 2 f DPTWEBN THIRD FOURTH = 0f7111111111111111111111111111111111111I il1I Etfl Il IIIIt IK il t E fdtIrIIOranWSmithsSonsl i Funeral Directors i i And Embalmers KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer IMISS Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET iiMOVED IITELEPHONE iIIIR3111 iil nnKIUuD CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATKD 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS COAALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION- All Slz Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 157 and 2324 Cluuuuuse wuweuA DUNIGANS I GROCERY and SALOON 1 5 N W Corner Seventh and St Streets PI1 E STOOI Ore 1 Slxteen year Whisky for family and medicinal use Special attention given private orders rssvrs r eY sss DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN 3REWX GG OOlflANY i INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE ICY EDBNRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 t FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 401 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET MARKET AND I I I and Catherine old J LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 428 AND 430 I EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Manama t- oCHICAGOON THBI lumnSWOANT PARLOR DINING CAR U HBA DlstrlctPaseifgorApulLoMisvittKy 11 BRANK J RIt8DQ ncnilpMteiiir Agent rc ROCKWKWCi TraIkliW H McDOBL rJ Pr id flt udGeacAd linagerei- sf Q