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Tn r I ca- I I I KENTUCKY st VOLUME VNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS HELP THE FAIR Brilliant Opening On Monday Niirlit of Bnzar For the Sinkers of Mercy To Continue Two Weeks Wltl Varied rind Interesting Features 4 Dinners For Business Men and Coffee Socials For the Ladies SPECIAL DAYS FOR THE CHILDREN The final arrangements for the baza and fair for the Sisters of Mercy were completedat general meetings held Mon day and Friday nights at St Francis Half and all that is now necessary to crown with success the labors of the ladles and gentlemen who have workedl so zealously for the past three months iis for the charitably disposed to visit Music Hall at least one evening during the next two weeks The attendance Monday evening was large and the proceedings interesting Besides Revs Father Lynch and Walsh there were noticed present Messrs Mike Doerhoefer Thomas Keenan John B Stickler Dan Murphy Larry Gatto Tony Norton Mike Walsh Girard Alexander and others whose presence and remarks were very encouraging- Mrs Mary Denunzio reported satis factory progress for the Cathedral Others reporting readiness for the bazar were the Sacred Heart St Patricks St Louis Bcrtrands St Marys St foul face St Cecilias Church of Our Lady and the Alumnae Society Mrs Tom Tarpey stated that prepara tions had all been made for serving the merchants and business men and their friends during the noon hours These dinners should prove an especial attraction as the bill of fare will be an elabo rate one County President Keenan aroused en thusiasm when he announced that the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians bad volunteered the services of the KnghtsNaud the entire organize tion for the bazar Upon motion of Larry Gatto a rising vote of thanks was ten dered the Hibernians for their generous offerRev Father Walsh when introduced declared the aiewjbers of his congrepatioc to be heart and soul in the undertaking and predicted that the Sacred Heart would not fall behind in this work for sweet charity Father Lynch also spoke encouragingly and urged all to join hands and have their friends present at the openingThe and tables will be placed in position this morning under the super vision of Architect Neil Curtin and Chairman Joseph Hubbuch urges the ladies who will have charge of them to beat Music Hall at 9oclock if possible Their arrangement will be the most artistic yet seen and the hall will present an unusually brilliant appearance each night This year the center of the hall will be clear- Chairman John Stickler reported that his committee consisting of fifteen mem bers would assist at all the tables The Entertainment Committee also reported that an amusing and entertaining pro gramme would be arranged for each eveningMrs Fannie Vessels Mrs Gatto Miss Mary Corcoran Miss Mollie Barrett Mrs Tarpey and other ladies decidedupon giving two coffee socials one each week during the bazar the dates to be an pounced today The Executive Committee decided that the opening should take place at 7 oclock Monday evening All but two afternoons will be given to the children of the different schools who will be ad mitted free but none will be allowed at night unless accompanied by their pa rents Season tickets will be sold for twentyfive cents the general admission being fixed at ten cents No admission will be charged during the dinner hours which are from 12 to 2 oclock The Sisters of Mercy are known all over the city and their friends in all the congregations should help them in their endeavor to raise funds for the erection of an academy pf which our city may be proud With united action and proper effort this can easily be accomplished The young ladies of the Alumnae will add to the beauty of the scene during the day ad evening serving both at the Sisters table and in the dining room where they are sure to attract the young wen The congregations will be repre seated by the following maids anxd ma troitsCathedralDlra Mary Denuiulo Chair reap Meitdaumee Fannie Wes Larry Gatto Mary Burke William Wohlge rauth Anna Wathen Charles Taylor J LwvW Mary Carney Misws Annie Flan Mary MoGfe+n Lutafontana Hannah Kcgtey Ljwfc Grady Edna and Sauce Goodman Lolls Ktwpfntuellcr FannieU Smith Delta MootedoafcOj Settle Pun tans Mary Cowtriin Xary Trainor 44St JatriekKrL Hattie Hollonm CIiafnftliKeedame Joins Heilly U JC oa Jasepb Vettw John Sleek Mike Hkbf Patrick ibtoo Edwina Truer Charlotte Walsh Banuon pad tutai MiMM Bridget ltyao Julk Kelly Moltt r a Curran Mary Corcoran Lillie Fackler Lula Fackler Katie Brodcrick Sallie Bblger Sacred Heart Doll TableMrs A J Norton Chairman Mesdames Heury Shrader James Tighe Marcus Doer hoefer William Dalton Thomas Ryan Frank Dugan James McNamee Misses Mary Hines Katie Doierboefer Mary Higgins Nan Connaugbton Anabel Cor coranSt Boniface St Marys and St An thonys Misses Genevieve Brush Josie Poll Henrietta Evers Emma Schmitt Lillie AckermanEinuia Scholtes Theresa Hubbuch Dora Miller Mayme Raiser Mary Leitsch Anna Ohr Lena Weintep DR ALBERT A DEIG Popular Democratic Candidate for School Trustee from Fourth and Fifth Wards per Frances Nobbe Elanora SchauHe Lula Moellman Katie Our Lena Fiehe Carrie Fangman Clara Nobbe Josephine Hubbuch Mary Kast Theresa Moell man Thedining room will be presided over by Mrs Thomas Tarpey assisted by Mrs Dan Dougherty Miss Mary Barrett and Mrs Evers These ladies assure a good dinner at popular prices between the hours of 12 and to 2 oclock andsupper from 6 to 8 The waitresses are all well known young ladies who vill treat their friends with lavish hospitality The culinary department will have the invaluable assistance of Mrs Frantz who is an expert in the art of dainty French cookeryThe Messenger promises to cre ate a furore in journalistic circles Its editorial staff numbers many brightyoung ladies whose bon mote and serious utterances will be widely read The business management will be conducted by Miss Lily Vantyne assisted by Miss Fannie Bess OReilly Misses Lily Kirley and Ella Pottinger will be the literary and bazar editors and Halpin OReilly the story teller Misses Bee Small and Katie Hollotan will edit the Alumnae notes while news items and scoops will be lookedafter by the following bevy of pretty reporters Misses Maggie Laffan Mary Newman Allie McLaughlin Nellie Morgan Marie McBride Edith Dowling and Lula Lawton These young ladies promise to make it lively for their older competitors I JOLLY EUCHRE Catholic Knights and Ladles Contest For Handsome Prizes About 250 ladies and gentlemen were participants in a delightful prize euchre at Euclid Hall last Wednesday night It was given by the ladies and gentlemen of Branch 92 which was organized about three years ago in St Marys parish Its growth both numerically and financially has been most gratifying and under the Presidency df Mrs Andrew Kast its con timed success Is assured All the members assisted in receiving their friends and after the games refreshments were served and a most enjoyable social hour was spent The officers of this successfuj branch are as followsPresidentMrs Andrew Kast Vice President Valentine Kast Rccotding SecretaryDr Peter S jauz Financial SecretaryHenry Wellkamp TreasurerMiss Mary Kast The ladies prizes were carrjil off by Miss Maggie Voegel Mrs Joe Saudfort and Miss Lena Bosler the gentleman winners being Ben Mlddendorf John Mitchell and Joseph Fclhoelier in the order named Among the other guests were James Norton Henry Seng Edward Dalton l Andrew Kast George Shea Tony Norton John Stickler Sr Joe Saudfort Thomas Hines Sr Lawrence Barrett and Henry Woltring The next one will be given by the ladies BOURKE COCHRAN lion Bourke Cockrau the voted Irish orator will be the next matt of national repute to addressthe Democrats of this city and the Auditorium will be crowded as never before to hear him Becauseof throat troubles he has been compelled to cancel omeofhis engagements but there iit no doubt but that be will be here October 22i AILUTOWALK Mrt John Collwho eustclued a aprJned ankl while decadiuff the stainat her r rfd nce lit JeJfenonVill last Sunday morning wu not M toaJ1 Inland U at first reported Her friend agaipabl1 GENEROUS Mss Maude Gonne Offers tier Riches to Aid Ooiu Paul Kruger Beautiful Irish Girl Will Assist Him on Ills P o MiHston j Will Bo Accompanied by i tent tiers ofIrishAmericanBrigade WILL MAKE ONE FINAL APPEAL The following special letter from Rome to the New York Journal contains much that will interest those who are lovers of freedom apd justice and coincides with the predictions long ago made in Our columns Ooni Paul Kruger will make one final appeal to the nations of Europe to save the Doers as a race from total obliteration by the victorious British The Grand Old Man of the Transvaal will make this appeal in person and to that end all arrangements have been made for his are rival at an Italian port The details of the plan for Oom Pauls transportation and reception in Europe have been left to the Transvaal Consul in Naples through whom the negotiations are being carried on with the greatest secrecy He steadfastly refuses to dis cuss the matter but the following facts have leaked out through diplomatic chan nels Holland has agreed to bring him fron Lorenzo Marquez and insure his safe arrival in Italy He will sail in a Dutch warship the cruiser Gelderland having been designated for that purpose Oi her arrival here the ship will land the distinguished refugee either at Naples or Messina It has been decided that no official notice will be taken of Krugers entry into Italy but he will be accorded a great popular demonstration and be tin much honored guest at several big recep tions and banquets to be given by Boer sympathizers MaudeGonneftheJIIrish o iotArc L will take a prowiuentpart in the recep tion ceremonies In communications to the Transvaal Consul she has informed him of her intention to be present and adds that her fortune and influence are at the service of President Kruger to help make his mission a success She has offered to accompany him to the various capitals of Europe and make speeches telling what she knows of English op pression in Ireland with the hope of arousing interest and sympathy in the Boer cause If Miss Gonnes services are accepted it is said she will be accompanied by several members of the IrishAmerican brigade to whom she presented a hand some flag on their departure for South AfricaIt understood that Kruger will be the bearer of peace proposals for which he will ask the support of Europe He will ask the nations to unite in influenc ing England to agree to a treaty of peace which will guarantee administrative au tonomy for the South African republics under the political suzerainty of Great BritainIn letter toa prominent Boer sym pathizer President Kruger says the burghers will go on fighting energetically during his absence and gives the Boer view of the situation in the following wordsWe are fighting for the birthright of our country and accordingly we are compelled to fight to the last drop of our blood It is not useless for us to con tinge We must go on to the bitter end The only alternative we have is exile in Ceylon and St Helena which means the end of the Boers as a people It is better that the last Doer should die fighting for independence on his own soil Whether or not England will attempt to prevent Kruger from leaving for Eu rope remains to be seen The opinion prevails in diplomatic circles here that Great Britain would violate internatiorial law should she make such an attem- ptJEFFERSONVILLS r bernlans Will Picnic at For est Park Thursday Night The Hibernians oT Jeffersonvilk have made the necessary arrangements for a- blr time Thursday night at Forest Park when their eleventh annual picnic takes place Should the evening be cool the large dancing pavilion which is incloed will afford ample goons for the crowds that are expected The affair is in the lands of Messrs John Ryan Louis Con tantine Ivdward Fogarty Charles Tracy Dan Gill sad Lawrence Ford The cow nUtee extends a cordial invitation to Louisville and New Albany memberi to pend Thursday evening as thick gaetfa WWS DIAMOND PIN TIM art the Mtrcl Hospital wa- sbrorbt toa ucc Mful close Saiurday afdritWiiab4iliudM M Nun Eyes the w1p D nj net of the diamond ring while James Taylor represent g time Elks carried off the goldbeaded cane The bazar was made enjoyable every evening the man aging ladies and gentlemen deserving great credit for their untiring efforts in behalfof the nobte work the good Sisters have undertaken LABOR WORLDII Notes and ffiSIP of the Week From ot the Country I Joseph Husakffa merchant tailor of Chicago was recimtly fined 1100 for put ting a union lakettnsuit of clothes in order to effect a 8j11e New York rest iakera have won their strike for a union scale of wages and time ten hour workdayftThe strike affected 2000 men and fwpmen engaged at the trade At St Joseph Mo a city ordinance has been passed I Rthe Common Council to increase they for teamsters from 275 to 3 and j borers from Sl150 to lConl1l1isslonel J D Wright esti mates 18083001 wage workers in labor GEN JoiINB CASTLEMAN President of the jfccmisville Horse Show 1 organizations iiaJhe United States He credits the Aiiie Federation of Labor with 1000tIqEnglaiitt nlikePastfewyears it la claimed 140320 anil laborers have been displaced by machinery while the making of the machinery it is stated required only the labor of 4000 men for one year The Cigarmakers International Journal points to the Boston union as a model It is eighteen years old and has a member ship of 1500 Every cigar factory in Boston is union and the minimum wages are 18 per 1000 The eighthour workday got a trial recently in some Government workshops in Norway Now the Storthing Legis lature has resolved to operate every State establishment on the eighthou workday plan THEATRICALS A Soldier of the Empire last sea sons great New York success will be seen in this city for the first time at time Temple Theater next week It is in five acts and represents that period of Napo leonic history known as the One Hun dred Days It is among the greatest attractions of the year offered by time management This will be one of the seasons big events in which the Meffert Eagle Stock Company will be seen to the best advantage The costumes and scenery have been procurred from New York by Col Meffert and will be exceptionally fine Theater goers should not fail to see this production The advance sale of seats is now in progress at popular prices The Rose Hill English Folly Company will be the offering at the Buckingham next week This organization is under the able management of Rice and Barton and has always been popular for its pret ty women and uptodate burlesques Of the former the company contains about a score and there will be two new musical farces entitled All at Sea and Stolen Pleasures That cyclone of Irish wit Joe J Sullivan is among the principal members of the company A Female Drummer which comes to the Avenue next week is the latest of girlshows that starting In London have overrun this country during the last few years It Is an uptodate comedy by Charles E hlaney who considers it his masterpiece The title is certainly at tractive and can not fail to prove allur lug I OLDEST CITIZEN Patrick Manloe until within the past few yeas one of the leading businessmen pfHe lerottpM d away llast Frt day night at the home of hie son in that city death being caused byold age The- deceased WM born in Ireland ninetytev en years ago and tad long beets the old eat resident of HtticUMOM county where be WM highly respected for his bush miess I worth and enterprise u CiaErR JfRIZPIThe bamboo tiag iove offered as a priM at the Elks oarniwl by Getter fc San Mn Bertowtti 18241 btcT pHw like the die play lorpMMd all other rasa at thee cszutvaL J II BRYAN Given a Grand Ovation in the Falls Cities Last Saturday Night Auditorium Unable to Hold His Thousands Kentucky Supporters Deals Terrific Blows to Inipcr- ialism and the ninny Trusts HOW THE LADIES WERE IMPRESSED William Jennings Bryan was given a rousing welcome in New Albany anti Jeffersonville last Saturday thousands upon thousands turning out to hear the greatest living champion of the musses hut it remained for Louisville to eclipse any ovation ever before tenderedllany candidate for political honors in this city The idol of Democracy was met in Jef fersonville by a number of lending Democrats of Louisville and Kentucky beaded by Hon James B McCreary and Sheriff Henry Dell who escorted him to Seel bachs for supper To these gentlemen Mr Bryan expressed himself as cunfident of the success of the Democratic party iu the present campaign and nlso assured them there was no doubt about carrying IndianaAt he repaired to the Audito runt where long before his arrival not only was every seat taken but every bit ofavailable standing room was occupied while a multitude of enthusiastic Demo crats were unable to gain admission On the stage were many prominent citizens and numbers of ladies braved the rainttto grace the occasion with their presence Upon being presented the Democratic standardbearer was greeted with vocif erous cheering which lasted for some time For an hour and a half he belt the vast audience spellbound with his matchless oratory His speech dwelt principally upon the questions of trusts and imperialism his exposition of tin former opening the eyes of many work ingmeupresenti Uc alsospokct1engtbJ upon militarism and what may result 5if the Republican administration succeeds and continues its present policy He called upon all Democrats to support their ticket and concluded amid great enthusiasm which was shared in by the ladies waving fans and handkerchiefs How Mr Bryan impressed the women is best told by Mrs John J Riley wife of the popular Corporal of police who said In company with many loyal Irish Americans I was present at the Bryan ovation last Saturday evening at the Auditorium If looks an manners are anything William Bryan is the winner in the coming election If sound phi losophy good logic and true Democracy hatred of tyranny as manifested in the trusts springing up all over the land amount to anything in this free land of ours then is William Bryan the coming man His star of destiny must not be obscured by any shadow of defeat while liberty is loved and virtue cherished The enthusiasm shown by his audience proved to me the admiration felt for this singularly noble upright man SUCCESS ASSURED Young Hibernians Will Man age the Coming Select Dance The first select dance to be given by the County Board of the Ancient Order Hibernians will be an exceptionally fine affair During the past week a large number of tickets have been disposedof and all indications point to a social and financial success The ballroom will be managed by the following well known young men who will be assisted in receiving by the County Board of Directors Musical Director John J Grogan Assistant Music DIrectorsWill Miller and Thomas Langan Floor CommitteeJohn Sbaughnessy Hugh Higgins Con Hallalmu and Terence McHugh Hibernian Hall will be especially deco rated and illuminated for the occasion and nothing will be omitted that would add to the pleasure of both old and young All the divisions are expected to turn out that sight wJth wives Sweethearts aad sisters I EDWARD J OBRIEN Landu Safely at Quoenstown and IIB Now Touting Ireland Cblgranu received Thursday an flounce the safe arrival af Qu entowH of Edward J OBrien and wife of this city who we now visiting the principal points of iateriM in the Green Ise Front Ire laud they will proceed to PlAns and then to Route iwbeJe they Iintend remaining till the letter part of Jfbvember Thin career of Kdward OBrien who it regarded Mon of our etabetauUa aad ldiaf Itah Arnecfoaaifitrnfelia a i 0 v J for our young men of I the present generation brim in this city and educated at St Francis aviers Col lege over twenty years ago he started as- a clerk in the Pickett Tobacco Ware house By his gentlemanly deportment and strict attention to business his advancement was rapid with that well known house Mr OBrien some years ago severed his connection with his former employers to engage in business for himselfsince which time his success has been almost phenomenal and today he is recognized as the leading andmost trustworthy buyer in the Louisville tobacco market Forsometime past he has been the buyer EDWARD J OBRIEN Well Known Louisville Tobacco Buyer for the Italian Government all its American tobacco being purchased through him Notwithstanding his good fortune lie is a plain man with a pleasant disposition and a kindly word for rich and poor alike all of whom wish him a pleasant trip and safe return to Kentucky HONORA TWOHIG Passes Away Sunday Morn Ing After a Short Illness Mrs Houora Twohlg widow of the late James Twohig was stricken by the grim reaper death the call coming silently and peacefully early last Satur dypolniug rafter a altort illue Lether home till High street HerTluneraT took place from St Patricks church Monday morning a large concourse of friends and mourning relatives attending the impressive services MonsignorGam bon was the celebrant of the requiem mass and preached the funeral sermon paying an eloquent tribute to the memory of this lady who for many years had been a devout communicant at his altar Mrs Twohig was a native of Ireland She was born in Macroon County Cork over fifty years ago but had long been a respected resident of this city She was the mother of Officer James Twohlg and besides him leaves four daughters to mourn her loss Misses Hannah Katie Brightie and Lizzie An Irishwoman of fine character and sensibilities her many gentle deeds of charity and kindly nets will long be remembered by many in the West End May her soul rest in peace FATHER EALAHER Young Priest Preaches Elo quent Sermon on the Rosary Last Snnday Rev Father John Kala her preached an eloquent and able sermon to a large audience at St Augustines church his subject being the Rosary Though the church was crowded to its utmost capacity thcreverend gentleman held the attention of his hearers at all timesFather Kalaher is one of the young men who left St Johns church to study for the priesthood and was ordainedat the Cathedral only a few months back Among the clergy present and assisting at the impressive services were Revs Father Ackerman of St Philips York of St Pauls Cunningham of Holy Cross Murphy of St Mary Magdalens and Father OConnor of Holy Name who was one of his most valued college friendsAfter the rosary the children sang the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Father Kalaher Is an eloquent speaker and in a few years will be among the leading pul pit orators and workers for his Master He is at all times willing to do whatever his hand findeth to do and trying to win some one to the blessed cause Too much can not be said in his praise and the prayers and best wishes of his imuier one friends go out for leis success in his glorious work 1 AMERICAN FEDERATION The twentieth annual couveation of the American Federation of Labor will convene in this city Thursday morning December 0 Music Half has keen secured for the eions which will continue through toe following week II CHURCH MISSION tberZrumusand Alexis P1miakt- suers will conclude their tucctWul1 weka miMiod at the Church ol- LadJiowOrtow Otpr morning Both ire eta- 4pent palest and large crowd attended tbeeerrkui L n 1I I PARTY SPLIT Ireland Is in the Throes of a Now and Dangerous Political Chaos William OBrien Scores an Overwhelming1 Victory in Cork City Timothy Healy Was Returned With Only a Small Plurality HOW JOHN PARNELL WAS TRICKED The news from the elections in Ireland lies been meager but enough is known to almost blast the hopes of those who had been looking for unity under time t banner of the national party and the United Irish League According to time press dispatches there are several men and issues stirring up the t rJnoliccondilionoccurred before and it would excite time greatest interest were it not for the fact that England is so occupied with her own loral contests It is claimed that Timothy Healy has split the Irish party to almost as great a degree as did the late Charles Stewart Parnell and that the bitterness injected into the fight equals that of the historic division The Free mans Journal declares that any one vote ing for Healya candidates is without J an atom of selfrespect and describes his campaign as one of secret calumny and vilhfication The paper blames him for the loss of Galway saying Galway has disgraced the national solidarity broken once more by the treason of renegade Home Rulers and the flag of the Union has been planted beyond the Shannon On the other hand the Dublin Independent supports Henly and Cardinal Logue has also come out with a declara lion in his favor As a result of the split Londonderry and Galway have changed their colors and other constituencies are likely to fol low suit i Tltemostextraordinaryipsldentolfhe- general election was tlje trick by which John Paruell the late leaders brother was deprived of his seat for South Meatlit which he held in the last Parliament He was unanimously chosen by the Meath Nationalists and there being no opposi tion he only paid the election fees for an uncontested return when he was nomi nated But at the last moment James L Carew another Nationalist formerly a Parnellite but now a Healyite was also nominated Ills friends put dwnthe full fees for a contested election and Parucll being unprepared with them was disqualified and Carew was forthwith returned as the member for the division This trick perpetrated at the expense of a fellowNationalist has aroused the fiercest indignation but if Carew chooses to retain the seat he is legally entitled to do so He was thrown out of his own former scat for the College Green division of Dublin because he had been presentediat court this year William OBrien scored an overwhelming victory in Cork City defeating the sitting member Maurice Healy by a rTimparatively Insignificant politician In North Louth got only a plurality of 300 and his followers throughout Ireland are being wiped out But Tim is worth thirty members himself in lies capacity for mis chief in the House of Commons Lively times are expected when the new Parliament meets The Right lion Charles Hemphill formerly Solicitor General for Ireland Liberalretains his Seat for North Tyrone but by a reduced majority Thomas J Healy has been defeated in the pulling at North Wexford by Sir Thomas Es monde Irish Nationalist PRESIDENT REICHERT Catholic Knights to Be Vis V Ited by Executive From President Joe McGinn we yearn that State President Michael Reichcrt has entered actively upon the work of awak cuing interest In the Catholic Knight of America in this city and with this ending view will visit all the local branches Accompanied by State officers he will be present at the meeting of Branch 24 Tuesday night at Aquinas Hall whenn- every member will doubtless tteudtto greet him V That night final action will be taken t on the revision of the bylaws and other lJ business of importance will come forwardc for consideration OVER THMRiCUPS F A pretty tea table iis the delight of every feminine heart The fair Udywho wino the little beauty with ibldalnlY Vanrynefor if can thereafter supremely enjoy tea nd- ROUlptta her friends During the pat week the pries luu beu greatly admirefi Ip Xpjl wiodow on Fourth avaniwt I TT7 TTTuo p v KEN UCtKY IRISa tAMER10AN n po IAMBRICAN326WeetareeaStreetI LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1900 IRELANDS DARK FUTURE If ever Ireland needed unity and harmony among her people it iiis now not only for furtherance of the little advantage to be attained from the concession of local self govern ment but to guard against any pre text for the repeal of those privi lleges and substitution of measure to oppress the Irish people retard aud really render impossible any thing like prosperity or peace These concessions were grudg ingly allowed by Parliament with the hope that there would soon because furnished by the dissension of the Irish people for their with drawal and a renewal of more stringent measures to preserve peace and protect persons and property among a people unfit for selfgovern ment as England has soften urged in justification of her tyrannous policy to ward Ireland Besides England just now is in no mood for justice or concessions Humiliated before the world and depleted in purse degraded in prestige by the Boe war which though ending in vic tory to her overwhelming force has brought her neither glory nor profit but has furnished a bone of internal discord and a subject for worrying questions to the government by political opponents neces sitating increased revenue fron some source the English people dreading and disposed to resis additional taxation and finally bar rassed on all sides by internationa Issues threatening war with the ful knowledge that Ireland is not ir sympathy and a fear of Irelands opposition to British policies al this indicates that whatever the course or policy pursued by the government Ireland is in danger of aggression oppression and taxation not only to replenish British rev enue but to burden and impoverish the Irish people that they may be powerless to interfere with Britist policyThe more oppressed and impov erished the Irish people the less likely are they to cause serious trouble j the less of local govern ment and control of affairs the less organization and a smaller force will be necessary to keep them ita subjection j the more taxes wrung from them the poorer they will be and more easily oppressed and that much less taxes will have to be- n levied on the English people end the more favored colonies There is every incentive for Eng land to pursue just such a course toward Ireland The elections for Parliament in progress show that the government planned well as to time circumstances and short cam paign to bring about a favorable result and the returns also show large government gains furnishing tHe basis for the boast that the gov eminent policy has been indorsed end giving encouragement to continue in the mad career of conquest a and oppression and the inaugura tion of new schemes of consolida don and extension of the empire abrogation of colonial home govern jtraent and the centralizing of power in London as urged by Chamberlain who is now tipped as thefuture Premier in effect if not in fact his policy to be adopted aud guided bWtn even though another really a occupy the office And what has been the condition in Ireland While the Britwh gov eminent party is gaining in Pjrlia mentary members and uniting to to carry out these policies what are thctruOl Ifettooaliftttt and leaders doing to solidify their people and gain a united representation in Parliament Alas I Instead of J t harmony there is discord instead of unity there is contention and naturally instead of gains there must belosses to Irelands represen tation in Parliament OBrien Healy and Redmond all able and earnest advocates of the Irish peo pie if united and working togethe would be able to give to Ireland ia solid representation in Parliamen battle for her people The truthI Ito however these three are but the leaders of factions abusing fight ing and seeking the defeat not of Irelands foes but of each other There can be no other result than ja greatly reduced Irish Nationa representation in Parliament am that representation divided am antagonistic to each other with 110 prospect that Irelands interests wil be furthered or protected from the dangers that threaten The horse show has been fur nished its capital and encouraged by the Louisville people and boomer by the newspapers as it deserved It is therefore far from commend able that the management should send to Philadelphia for its tickets as if there were no printing estab lishment in this city capable ofdoing the work good enough for them It is eminently proper for the people to encourage home enterprise but it is such lack of appreciation of home encouragement as shown by the horse show managers that dis gusts the people with home enter prises that take the peoples money and spend it elsewhere Ofcourse the horse show managers expect the Louisville people in addition tc subscribing the money to also patronize and make it a success The management have certainly set them a bad example If there are better printing offices in Philadel phia there are also better horse shows in New York- Typographical Union No 10 last Sunday passed resolutions resenting the recent criticisms of Mayor Wea ver and the imputation that he is opposed to organized labor The union declares him the friend of all organized labor Politics had noth ing whatever to do with the matter which makes the action of the prin ters the more gratifying to the Mayor and his friends The present Legislature is the most expensive in the history of the State It has now been in ses sion nearly two months without accomplishing anything whatever There is little prospect of the pass age of an election bill that can be indorsed by the peoplei Louisville has been selected for the next annual meeting of the Society of the Army of the Cum- Berland which will be held during the second week of October next year MEETING OP DIRECTORS The first formal meeting of the Board of Directors of the CatholIc Union will take place tomorrow afternoon at Trinity ouncil Hall East Gray street KNIGHTS AND LADIES With the advent of cool weather there has been an increased interest in the flairs pi Branch 2 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Messrs Pat folly J T Reilly James Coleman tad esMary Sheridan and Mary Corcp theyksowinteretlngfocMUCH SALT IS NOT GOOD Salt draws the juices from beef in corn lBg toughens the fiber makes it very digestible and tees nutritious On cu cumbers itdrawl oat the wttw toughens he fiber and renders them vet indigent bk Salt acts Ito exactly theme way yeyI1 idly say that salt destroys the food ttlae aitboaghitrobetbeflub of Mrt of till food a1ueby1l1ahIK It le LLsdiJovma + 0 n DOUBT DECIDED Twfxt Nellie C and Mamie D Im undecided quite you see rot they are young and fair and good If I could marry both I would Now Nellie C is small and sweet From dainty head to tiny feet Brown hair of most enchanting hue And eyes like diamonds dipped in dew And Mamie D isllovely too With honest eyes of Irish blue Surmounted by a crown of gold Like Cleopatra has of old And each is pure and both are kind Surpassed by none in wealth of mind The only fault that I can see Is neither one will marry me- PATRICK KING S9S9S9S359S9S9S9S9S9S J A Murphy of Richmond was here for a few days this week Willis S Mullen has returned from a visit to West Baden Springs James W ONeill was among this weeks visitors at West Baden Miss Maud Winn of Midway was the guest of relatives in this city this week Henry Nieder and wife are home again after a pleasant sojourn at West Baden Springs Miss Marie Kelleher left Wednesda for an extended visit with friends through the South Mrs Sallie Welch has returned to Nicholasville after a pleasant visit with friends here Miss Kate Hines will be the charming hostess of the Jeffersonville Cooking Clul this afternoon Mrs James M Quinn is home fron Mayfield where she visited her brother John Landrum Miss Nellie OSullivan has been spend tug the past week with relatives in Chicago and Aurora 111 Miss Mayme Whallen who was the guest of friends in Jeffersonville has re turned to Indianapolis Miss Mary Zoll has returned from ai extended visit with friends in St Louis and Mount Carmel 111 Miss Effie Logan is home from Shelby ville where she was last week the guest of Miss Katie Shannon Miss Bessie Lawson who has been the guest of friends here left this week far her home in Shelbyville Will J Norton the wellknown travel- Ing man from this city was registered this week at West Baden Miss Hattie Shellybas returned home after a pleasant visit of several weeks with Mrs W H Maxwell Mrs Wilbur McGuire who is visiting in Ottawa Ill will return to her home in New Albany about November 1 Thomas Maloney for twelve years with the Illinois Central has gone to San Antonio in search of better health Miss Nettie Kelly returned Wednesday from Pleasure Ridge Park where she bad been the guest of Mrs Eaten Cooke Pat Price and Michael Hannou were last week made the proud fathers of lovely little daughters Both have been showered with congratulations Miss Evelyn Dorsey and Albert Raymond will be united in marriage October 25 the ceremony taking place at the home of the bride at Lyndon where both reside and are leaders among the smart set Patrick OConuell who arrived here Saturday last from Madison and St Louis will leave this evening for his home in Eminence after spending the week as the guest of his son David O Connell The Coriune Club has issued invita ions for its select dance which will be given at Schreibera Hall next Friday night George Adams Oscar Kammer leorge Schneider Bud Badtty and Frank apaille will receive the guests Among the many pretty visitors com ing to the horse show none will be more welcome than Miss Mattie Belle Bryan of Covington who has many admirers in ouisville During her stay she will be he guest of Miss Annie May Woold idge Capt Jerry Hallahan will celebrate to lorrow the arrival of a dashing young night at his home on Portland aVenue Thef sponsors will be Miss Mamie ONeill and Patrick Best The reception in honor of the little fellow wilt be largely attended Cards were this week issued for the narriage of Miss Effie McElroy and truce Edelen which takes place October 23 at Lebanon Both are prominent iu he best circles of that historic town and lave many friends ia this city who will attend their wedding which will be a irilliant affair The marriage of Miss Annie Coleman Watson and Frank Jones was one of the vents of the season in Crescent Hill s0 iety circles Their wedding was solemn sod Tuesday afternoon at the home of the brides aunt Mrs Join Leahy The ontractiag parties are prominent in OttUville society circles and have the wet wishes of ell who know them for a wppy future A marriage that will attract met att eaUotf naxt week will be that of Min achelMaoautoy the handsome daughter fJohn M culty and Albert Bigelow of 1St Paul which will be solemaiwd at the JPCMII1k Tenue TnMbyitrUn ohurch next Wednesday at noon Miss Mary Macau ley the brides sister will be the only bridesmaid This will be one of the most brilliant of the many fall weddings One of this seasons prettiest home weddings will be solemnized Wednesday afternoon when Miss Laura Leverone will become the bride of John Baskett The ceremony will be performed at the residence of the brides sister Mrs Rose Pesel 632 East Breckluridge street where u reception will be tendered the happy couple Miss Rose Lee Hale will be the bridesmaid Miss Leverone is noted for MISS LAURA LEVERONE She will wed John Baskett next week her many excellent traits of charade and has been a leader in the best societ circles She is the sister of Messrs Albert John and Frank Leverone The bridegroom is a prominent druggist am stands very high in the East End They will be the recipients of many handsomi presents from their numerous friends In this city Both have been social favorite among the young people of their set and their society will be greatly missed We tender both our congratulations Invitations have been issued to the marriage of Miss Marie Rogers daughter of Newton Rogers the wellknown attor ney and Rhodes Dorsey which take place Tuesday October 23 Miss Roger is a lovely girl of many accomplishments a special favorite among her wide circle of friends throughout the city Tin groom is a prominent resident of Lyndot and a prosperous farmer This will be among the prettiest of the fall weddings The marriage of Miss Kate OBrien and Charles Ruehl wellknown and prominent Jeffersonville young people was solemnized Thursday evening Rev Father OConnell officiating The happy couple and their attendants Miss Julia OBrien sister of the bride and Henry Liebel presented a handsome appear ance After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the brides father Owen OBrien 624 Illinois avenue where they received the congrat ulations of their hosts of friends AS A MATTER OP COURSE Now boys when I ask you a ques tion you mustnt be afraid to speak right out and answer me said a Sunday school superintendent according to ia writer in the Scottish American When you look around and see all those fine houses farms and cattle do you ever think who owns them all now You fathers own them do they not Yes sirl shouted a hundred voices Well where will your fathers be thirty years from now Deadl shouted the boys Thats right And who will own all this property Us boys shouted the urchins Right Now tell medid you ever in going along the street notice the drunkards lounging around the sa loon doors waiting for some one to treat them Yes sir lots of them Well where will they be thirty years from now Deadl exclaimed the boys And who will be the drunkards then Us boys shouted the unabashed youngsters And the choir struck up by and by FASHION FOIBLES The toques the three cornered hats and the flat hats pushed forward over the face with heavy trimming just in front are three favorite styles The autumn wilt bring a great many handsome fulllength wraps and a number of halflength threequarter and jacket style reaching a few inches below the waist and variously shaped and ad justed Crepe de chine has become extremely fashionable for evening waists of the more elaborate order as well as for entire costumes The fall display of this beautiful material shows au exquisite variety of colors Black velvet ribbon forms a very im portant part in the new neckwear It is used in many waySmore often In anar row width tied around and ending in tiny bows A very odd collar on which the black velvet does not appear is buttoned at one side and catches a lace jabot The regular polka dots are seen in the new materials for autumn and winter gowns not only in those made of wool but of silk and even velvet for dark vel vet with a white embroidered polka dot that was used last year iu some of the very newest waists and jackets will be again fashionable this season Handsome qualities of lightweight Venetian cloth in blues pansy and rich fruit colors including red will be much teed for the first wool costumes of next MalOtI They are extremely plain in- effectexcept the rod suits which are rimmed with flounce edged with narrow bids of velvet of a deeper Miade Pot cold weather wi U flannel prom Iml to be the popular fabric for theKar- ment for everyday wear Silk will be- ueed chiefly for gala oecMfao The fleai telwaistsl of Wit season M to appear ia tighter and Nattractive guise The patter and colors of the nw flannels seer a variety and beauty never before ttaiaed in that nwUrial t PATRICK PHILIP IIIGGINS Patrick Philip Higgins the author of the following is a writer of many songs possessing considerable sweetness and beauty Like so many others who have been identified with the progress of the United States in civilization he came originally from Ireland that teeming source of intellect valor aad virtue He was born of pious and respectable parents In the town of Ennis County ClareIre land February 1182gOthers will appear from time to time DOWN THE BORUEN Ohl my heart is near broke wid its thump in an batin Ashleep or awake theres no pace to be had In the mornin an evnin1 ache hour an ache minit Tis Nancy Fitchpatrick thats dhrivln me mad At the heel o the eve one fine day light an airy The sight ov her beautiful face I first seen She was comin from milkin the cows I remember Beyant the cross roads down her fathers boreen The light in her eyehns bewildhered me fairly Her laugh has the sound ov a musical rill The smile on her lip sets me buzzum in motion An be the same taken tis hauntiu me sthill Her cheek is the rose an her voice is the linnets Her stheps on the grass wouldnt bind- a noncan Then her neck was more whiter than hawthorn posies That blossom so note down tier fathers boreen I thraveled all over our poor little island From Galway to Naas in the County Kildare An I spint many days o me time gala vantin Wid sportin an coortin at market an fair- Throth I seen purty girls at Cork an Killarney The town o Kilmallock an ould Skib bereen But the dickens a one did I meet in me rambles Her akles that day down her fathers boreen Morvone av you seen her at Flana gans weddin When Kelly the piper sthruck up an ould thune Youd think Tom Mullowney would surely go crazy His face was lit up like a full harvest moon She danced em all down whilst youd whisper Jack Lattin The maids of Lahinch an the boys ov Derreen Oh the blessin o God on the day wid medarlin I wint a philanderin down the boreen Paddy Shaughnessy thried for to put his comhether Upon her the thief wid his sutherin ways But she up wid the fisht an she gev him- a polthogue Bethune the two casthprsas nate as you plaze Pon my soul tis no use for the boys to be sthrivin With honeyed palaver to coax me colleen Tis buckled well be when the shrove time is ended The match was sthruck up down her fathers boreen- MELANCHOLY CATASTROPHE A melancholy accident has just oc curred on the West Clare railwaw by which a man named John Cunningham has lost his right hand A new engine was being tried and had been shunting several times up and down the line when some unusual creaking noise was beard by the men in charge Cunningham stood on the lower step of the engine and was stooping down to see as far under it as possible when he was in some way struck by the guard wire of the telegraph and thrown off The unfortunate mans hand came under the engine and was al most severed from the arm He was at once conveyed to the infirmary Cun ningham is a married man and has a large family EAT PAR TOO MUCK A Philadelphia physician of note Dr Edward H Dewey claims to cure all sorts of diseases by starving his patients The brain says this practitioner never loses weight in either sickness or starvation Usually the mind remains clear when the body has wasted away The head is the powerhouse of the body The stomach la run by brain power When the stomach logs too much work it makes too great a demand upon the brain For more than twenty years writes this doctor I have permitted my sick to do without food so long as there was no desire farlt Not a mouthful was enforced in any case not one denied on the first tint of hunger In this I had all the medical text books and the entire medical profession as authority unquestioned against me That food is needed to sustain the strength of the sick has never been a matter of question with the medical profession II Many of my sick have gone for more than a month without food One very rick in bed for more thane month with acute rheumatism was able to walkabout the room oa the fortysixth daybe tore the first food wee taken Another pa tient awomaa of 57went until the forty third day before she broke her fast and without any omnisioa of her ordinary dlobe A diseased stomach was cured as the result ami now after five years there baa ben no return of the trouble Pby icUua are pretty gnerallyagreed hat Americans tattoo luehpeCiaJIyt- oo aud1t The nobreakfast habit I wtyngt bcIOru11aftraU nI i O DR ALBERT ADBIO DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE- For Fourth wad Fifth Ward iII5aD8imt How Are I IIfthey need attention there is no better place to fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best all guaranteed They will treat you right I REMEMBER THE PLAOE Louisville 544 FOURTH Dental ParlorsII FRANK WYBRANT PWfOGRflPHER NEW GALLERY 652 FOURTH AVE CMPJPOSITIBJ IPOSIOIMTJOIS Best lighted operating room in the city Newest scenery and backgrounds frHHHMM i i IMHHIII IHHAAAAJ T J WATHENS lliICE CREAM FACTORYf CREAMERY ANDn BAKERYSl O29 Eighth 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 andeveryday orders Long distance telephone 2144 TEMPLE THEATER MeffertEagle Stock Company fl Soldi 01 me Matinees Monday Wednesday Thursday and Saturday- Matinees at 215 Night Performances at 816 Popular PriceslOc 16c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK SUNDAYUUI I 14 Matinees 8andsyMoadayWednerdayBatarday1O13 English Pony Go of burlesque and vaudeville 40PEOPLE40DiNKY J IixcI i Y Prop I FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS I S E Car Pmnlk sad Mala WHEN YQU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out 2VANT IFirstcUuM agents for our o11l1aQatld industrial department None but 4ntl Hgnt and capable men need apply CowntlssioM paid dally LOUIBVIU INVBSTMBNT CO- ItoapeluiJ wk vU1k Trwt OildIm J eJ Your Teeth andI Empire superriora SJQruber Is a Candidate for SGHOOLTRIISTEEFIFTYFIRSTI Composed of the Eleventh and Twelfth waads goN Complete assortment of the latbst styles and best makes of Cooking and Heating Stoves Cast and Steel Ranges J214 WEST MARKET ST MJUJL icONa o ii iirI t OIeY xBtJ8H IoAY or w Cod THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Has celebrated its anniversary entering upon its Fifth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation 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 tucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a 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the best class of our citizens z z 0 Address Correspondence and Business Communications to the KENTIIGKYK IRiSH AMERICAN 326rOn r r IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled from Exchanges John ODonnell will undoubtedly succeed Michael Davitt from South Mayo Mayor Daly has been nominated for Parliament from Limerick He wt1 have the united support of the Labor party An excursion train was run from Cork to Dublin last Saturday bringing large numbers to the Parnell anniversary cere monies The death of Michael Gilscnan caused deep sorrow in Trim His remains were buried in the family burying groundat KildalkeyThe convention selectee Haviland Burke for its Parliamentary candidate Dr Fox the late member not seeking the honor E McFadden Nationalist candidate for East Donegal received 3112 votes defeating the Conservative candidate whose total was 2G60 William OBrien publicly offers to withdraw as a Parliamentary candidate for Cork City if Tim Healy will with draw from North Loulb Inexpressible grief was felt in Gorey over the death of Catherine the beloved wife of Garrett Lombard who died fortl led by the rites of the church Over 1500 head of sheep were sold at the fourth great annual sale at Nenagh The sale was most satisfactory high prices being obtained all round The Sheriffs for the city and county of Dublin received September 25 the writs authorizing the election of members of Parliament for the constituencies within their jurisdictiop The Lord Mayor of Belfast Sir Robert McConnell Bart received the intelli gence that the British Association had accepted the invitation extended by him on behalf of the citizens to hold their an nual meeting of 1002 in Belfast Our Irish exchanges say the action of the Cork Nationalists in selecting both Maurice Healy and J C Blake as the home rule candidates for the representa tion of that city in Parliament should be sufficient to insure their election James Gilbooly was selected for West Cork Capt Donelan for East Cork and William Abraham for Northeast Cork For East Tipperary T J Condon was selected for North Tyrone Sergeant Hemphill and South Wexford Peter Ffrench At a meeting of the City of Dublin Unionists Association Sir Henry Coch rane Maurice Dockrell and Hamilton Drummond were requested to become candidates for College Green the Har bour and St Patricks Parliamentary divisions of the city The Parnell anniversary was suitably commemorated last Sunday in Dublin All sections of Nationalists participated in honoring the memory of the great Irishman Before proceeding to Glas nevin the procession marched around the Foundation atone of the monument now being erected At Limerick County Court Judge Adams dismissed the objections made to 1800 voters on the lists on the ground that they had not paid the poor rates legally due on January 1 last before July 1 in the present year Judge Adams held that there was no person entitled to receive the rates until after January 13 An army pensioner named Nicholas Morris of Tburles was found dead at his residence When discovered the man was fully dressed and was lying on his bed The deceased who was a Sergeant Major in the army and who many years ago retired on pension lived for the past twelve years in a house by himself since the death of his wife who also died suddenly At a convention of the Nationalists of North Longford held in Granard John Phillips presiding P J Farrell of Long ford late manager for West Cavan was unanimously selected as the Nationalist candidate at the coming election A resolution was passed regretting the cause of the retirement of Justin McCarthy and expressing the hope that he might be spared to see the crowning triumph of the national cause Horace Plunkett delivered an address before the members of the Grand Orange Lodge of Dublin in their hall Rutland square He was accorded a respectful hearing He declared himself as being distinctly in favor of a Catholic university for Ireland At the conclusion of his remarks the members went into committee and having discussed the terms of his speech passed a resolution calling on all Orangemen to support Ball the opponent of Plunkett for South County Dublin The Munster Feis has come and gone and the effect it created is sure to have a lasting influence The standard in the various competitions was very high Specially noticeable and encouraging was the fact that the number of entries for the written competitions was extremely large numbering onefourth of the total number of entries The enormous crowds and the enthusiasm evoked at the Feis are the clearest proofs that the hearts of the people have been stirred and that the language movement is a truly great oneThe Agricultural Societys show at New ROM was a distinct success taking into consideration the fact that it was the first held in the prosperous County Wexford town The society was only inaugurated in the present year mad it is less than three mouths since the idea of holding a show this season was entertained In deed it is no exaggeration to say that no one waa more surprised than the promotes at the micceM of the show not only aa regard the entries but at the Manner in which the general public flocked to the ground BjAn untortlteaccldentrrtdil1 the towuland of Ballyworkaa abort two miles from Portadown A1 nasnbet of P MM midMt Iin Law Vela woe N U 0 IRISH SOCIETYS DIRECTORY A O HC DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresldentThomas1 Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy SergeantatArmsohn Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan CampfieldRecording FlnancfalSecretaryohn T Keener 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentMichael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial Secretary James Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary George Flahiff 420 East Gray street AssistantThomas Langon TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArmserrv Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro i DIVISION 1 NIT ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Din Walsh Vice President John Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn Financial SecretaryJames OHara Treasurer John McBarron DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWIlliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First andThird Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire Second Vice President MW Murphy Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas TorpeySergeantJohn KeuneySentinelTimothy turning home from Portadown on a car and when passing a place commonly known as Peppers Trees it is said the horse shied and bolted In jumping off the car the passengers were seriously id juredal1da girl named Catherine Cullen received a wound on the head from which she died shortly afterward The accident appears to have been unavoidable and no suspicion attaches to the driver Information has reached Wicklow of a serious case of highway robbery at a place called Glen aly about six miles from there It appeals that a Mrs Doolin was driving along the road near that place in a cart and w suddenly attacked by three men who jumped out of a ditch and one catching hold of the donkeys head brought it to a standstill The other two men immediately pulled Mrs Doolin out of the cart and ransacked her clothes and took all the money she pos sessed from her The men it is alleged beat her severely and left her lying in the ditch where she was fount some time after in a semiconscious state A terrible accident resulting in the deathof a fine young man named John McKeogh of Ballina occurred at a place near Belleen about twp miles from Ne tingh Young McKeogh who was only about nineteen years old was driving into Nenagh accompanied by his uncle John Hogan The horse was young and spirited and becoming frightened by the noise of a steam threshing engine at work in a field adjoining the road bolted pitching both men out of the car The deceased attempted to catch the animal by the head and was struck violently by the point of the shaft of the cart in the stdmach causing such injuries that he died almost immediately At a meeting of the priests and people of Woodford at which were present the Rev P Costelloe Rev T Madden J Roche M Pjthe question of getting a store built at Rossmore was fully discussed Some time ago the Board of Public Works erected a pier there for the purpose of accommodating the people of Woodford and promoting tariff but this pier has been rendered useless by the refusal of the Grand Canal Company to allow their boats to deliver goods there or to erect a store It was resolved that the priests and people of Woodford should insist on having the work commenced and approved of by the Board of Works and the grand jury carried out We record with regret the death of Alderman Patrick Condon one of the- butknown citizens of Clonmel He was the eldest surviving son of Jeremiah Con donthe veteran Trojan of the gallant Old Guard and brother of Alderman Thomas J Condon Mayor of Cloamel and Nationalist member of Parliament for Ea tTipperary Born In May 1848 the deceased from hia earliest days was an earnest and active worker in the na iottal movement He distinguished him self with the other members of hU family in the memorable Rose Kickham and Mitchell elections and suffered a term of imprisonment at that trying period He was also a prominent member of the irganlaing committees appoluUditi con section with the r cptio accorded to- Sergeant3teCarthiy to Paraclf Michael Devittand John Dillon and wadusd in fatigaUy at the election of the filler for TipMfttry oottnty ry Ur HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Wednesday Might The Ladies Auxiliary of Milwaukee had an enjoyable informal dancing party last Friday night The Hibernians fair at Anaconda Mont opened Tuesday evening The order has taken the lead in that State Will McGrath made a big hit at the social session Wednesday evening His whistling and singing surprisedall presentLouis Perranda hiss resigned as Secre tary of Division 1 This was because of his removal to Tennessee where he has secured a good position The Kentucky Irish American proposes the formation of a Ladies Auxiliary rep resenting all the local divisions They will be benefited thereby No Hibernian function would be complete without Dave Reilly and his Irish Jubilee as was demonstrated by the hearty encores he received Wednesday nightExState President John W 6Han has returned to his home in Peru Ind after a pleasant visit with Bernard Coll in Jeffersonville and John Lyons and Pat Kennedy in New Albany IThere were many visitors at the meet ing of Division 4 Wednesday night Short but interesting talks were made by Presidents Keenan and Meehan and State Secretary Coleman and David OConnellForty have been secured for the new Lndles Auxiliary which will be in stituted by County President Victory in Providence tomorrow evening State President Quinn and State President Mrs Kennedy will be present at the exercises Division 1 has extented a special invi tation to all Hibernians to be its guests October 23 Upon that occasion Newton G Rogers prominent member of the Louisville bar will read an interesting and instructive paper after which there will be a social session Division 24 of Worcester Mass entertained its friends Tuesday evening with a smoke talk Edward McMahon presided and John Sullivan was the principal speaker Those present were delighted with the hospitality dispensed The speakers made many friends for the orderThe free doings after the regular session of Division 4 Wednesday night furnished plenty of amusement for the members and visitors James Burke sang songs in the Irish language and James Kenealy and Mike Walsh also rendered two pleasing selections Young Will Miller also won many friends by his excellent performance National Secretary Bree contemplates bringing suit for damages against the Canadian Government During the past month Secretary Bree sent the various district representatives of the order the minutes of the last national convention The package for Montreal never reached its destination Investigation revealed the fact that it was seized by the Cana dian officials near the border and burned Reports say the Hibernians are fast forgingahead in San Francisco Since the State convention held in Oakland last May new life and vigorous activity have come into the order The State executive board created in that conven tion has been at work and showing splendid results The members of the board have turned their attention chiefly towardaugmenting the old divisions and their efforts in that direction have with marked success Of late the of the various divisions have been kep- busy with initiations FAMILY RECEIPTS Eggs are slightly beaten when they will run from the tines of a fork when picked up They are not separated- A Spanish onion minced and added to an omelet batter in the proportion of one teaspoonful for each egg gives a delicious flavorSome cooks add a small pinch of carbonate of ammonia to the water when boiling vegetables to prevent odors and preserve color Fingers stained with fresh fruit wal nuts etc should be dipped in strong tea rubbed with a nail brush and then wash ed in warm water A cupful is all a cup will bold leveled with a knife To blend seasonings sift them thor oughly together before adding theurto mixtureA jars of huckelberries come in very handily in the winter for pies and puddingsWhen beating eggs for a pudding add the sugar to them and not to the other ingredientsA bean kept in the sugar box imparts a delicious flavor to sugar The French do this To remove the smell of new paint lay- a bunch of hay in the room and sprinkle it with a little chloride of lime Close the room for several hours appliediwithleaves of a palm or rubber plant look like wax and prevent them turning brown The addition of a little powdered borax to cold starch tends to give the linen extra stiffness and a little turpentine put into the boiled starch adds luster GRAND OUTOFTOWN EXCURSION Big Four route Sunday October 14 Specialtrainat oclock a is Returning arrives Louis- Ville at 11 40 pm Extremely low round- trip rate as follows XuebviUell Knllh towl1lltAaerlOl1t f125 Muu cir iM Alexandria 1123 Tickets on at city ticket oJRc 218 Fourth IIe and at Union cpOts J Gate AgentK t i J w ReelGVINection Is a Candidete for school Trustee From the Ninth and Tenth Wards ELECTRIC FANS I J e JJeJeCRONENij R 638 Third St PRACTICAL ELECTRICIAN AND MANUFACTURING AGENT LOUISVILLE KY Repair Work a Specialty 1 Wiring of all Kinds Telephone 1868 oIHHIll I HIIHlIIJu1 H jiSL Cloud Hotel S B Cor 2d S Jefferson Sts T Ae FLANNELLY Proprietor I European Plan 50c 75c and 100 American Plan 2 and 250 1I IiII I HHII HHHHHMI H 4 +M M M M U H H M + ++++ + NEW iTREBINGSf HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 1k100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W MarketSL Louisville Ky Telephone 3431 A The finest and best equipped dollar a day hotel In Louisville Special rates to professional people +++H+ COAL Dom GO 1207 WEST MAIN STREET Wholesale and Retail Dealers in JELLICO LUMP 325 JELLICO NUT300LAUREL LUMP 300 LAUREL NUT 275 Pittsburg Lump 325 Pittsburg Nut 300 Now is the time to buy your winter supply of freshly mined and well screened Jell co and Laurel Coal TEL 409 FOR THE BES- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- NDVEGI3TABLES GO TO MLIIItM L Corner Fifteenth and Maple Sis Try my own make of Quick Yeast 25c per pound RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch M MURPHYD8AIHR IN GROCERIES PRODUCE MEATS Winos Llqoori Food Hay ud Orals N E Cor Seventeenth and Portland doe FAHETS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop Hi E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044A ROOM FOR RENT A large room suitable for club or sew- lug purposes well lighted and ventilated at 529 Fifth street ONE PARS ROUND TRIP TO LEXINGTON BY THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY On account of the Lexington trots The greatest harness racing in the South Tickets on sale October 1 to 13 inclusive good to return October 15 The Southern railway has three daily trains between Louisville and Lexington Half rates to Louisville and return Ou October I And 2 the Southern railway will sell roundtrip tickets from all stations in Kentucky to Louisville at one fare for the round trip good to return uutil applytoway A Wheuoiit Passenger Agent 23Q Fourth avenue Louisville Ky ST oppositePhoeuix 1aMengerAgent 4- l I A 1 THOS FLYNN DSAIKR IN MARBLE AND GRAN- ITEMONUMENTS 112325 W Main St LralSTllli Ky Satisfaction warranted JOSEPH D COONEY MANUFACTURER OF MLAWLERS Ai cH IA SUPERIOR 8 OY3NI CIGAR 1207 West Main Street Louisville Are Your Savings Earning Something IF NOT You should invest them in the United States Mutual IInvestment Company For particulars call on L A M GREIF Agent- At Seiberts Wall Paper Store No 445 East Market four doors above Bacons Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier layTwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 14 i June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct83 Nov 83 Dec 15 I ROGER 1IULTL L Wines Liquors And Cigars i- II COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I N W Cor 21st and Portland XS S 3 S 2 S U Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1- MOORESPLf6E 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS IllinOiS G6lltraIl THE FAST LINE T- OrIemphis A- NDNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Dally MEMPHIS AND NNEW ORlUNS LIMITED Leaves Louisville 940 p m dally and ii- a ia Solid Vestibuled Gas Llgkited Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Cafe Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars NewOrleansSleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m THE NEW ORLEANS SPECIRI arrivingMemphis throughSleepingCars Ou Friday this train carries a IoulsvilIechangeorW J McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville A H HansonG ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River OFFICENo 8 JV oAOMSfSa XWARRltHGPAjWMPD CINCINNATIQ- JI n J mm +H+++ +++ + I+++ IWI NOVEMBER ELECTION I1N9 JflMES NORTON Democratic Nominee for School Trustee rORTY NINTH DISTRICT Composed of the Eighth and Ninth wards ++ + e TYTTTT TYTTY TTYT TTTTTTTT tt ++t t It tt It It t t ttt+ GUILFOYLE SIMONS4 TAILORS AND IMPORTERS Have removed their store to 320 West Market street between Third and Fourth where we will be glad to see all ofour old friends and customers Our clothes give universal satisfaction GUILFOYLE Cs SIlVIONS TAILORS AND IMPORTERS Ncv Stoxo Xio 32O drat l1carJct Strocst ++ t t t t It It t t +++tt It tt FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DffiDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Douonerty KenanU- NDERTAKERS I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I T 3 uo1sa3i 12402 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions 11itm Irrnrx1nEEllJI riIiflrEmumw jMuidoon Mollllm6lltGompanil S OESIGMERS AND BUILDERS OFIII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH ORANITE I I rionuments I 1 Artistic Work Only Solicited Worksiops and Studios Carrara Italy I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I 11 11i I11 1 UDBIHH1 lll1 RiNN0iPARADISEl i SAMPLE ROOM R y Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool r i M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR i I Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street JOXX2V IC FRANI r WALTERS 1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aoga r LOUISVILLE ICY u JOHN F OBRTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Tlephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY THOROUGH TRAINING 6 pOAte Truss ow tIur- JTHIU ANDAIMItculU9IPiffINY 1 + H M MH K+ + t tt ++ + + FIRST SELECT DANCE TO 33E QtVJEJPC BY Tiru COUNTY BOARDTO H Monday Night October 29 1900 AT HIBERNIAN HALL331 West Market Street Bet Third and Fourth ADltJISSION 2 Clrls THOMAS KEENAN PRESIDENT THOMAS DOLAN W T MEEHAN JOHN CAVANAUGH JOHN HENNESSY JOHN AIULLOY JERRY HALLAHAN + + + + +4+ 44I4+++++ ++++++ F+++ + fi++ +M Mt H fH + ++ ++ t HORSE SHOW President Castlcman Is Kutlnif- ilastlc Over the Flno Outlook The Reunion Hall Exhibition Will Surpass till Ex pcctation Principal States of the Country Have Entered Their Horses NUMBER NOW OVER FIVE HUNDRED The Horse Show building was thrown open to the public Tuesday morning since when thousands have looked over the ring Those competent to pass judg ment comment most favorably upon the arrangements and predict glorious results for the Louisville association Gen John B Castleman to whose efforts Louisville is mainly indebted for this attractive event is enthusiastic over the outlook Louisville will undoubtedly have the best horse show that has ever been given in the United States one that will even surpass the national one held yearly in Dublin which attracts people from all parts of Europe said the Gen eral to the reporter for the Kentucky Irish American There never was more general interest throughout the country and while the New York show is con sidered the leading affair of its kind it deals almost entirely with Eastern animals Our show already has entries representing not only Kentucky and the South but all parts of the country and Canada and the finest horses and turn outs ever seen will be exhibited here President Castlemans assertion that interest is general throughout the coun try in the Louisville show is substantiated in the remarkably large number of en tries which already exceed GOO and is one of the largest lists ever secured out side of New York Local interest exceeds expectations and several stables will be representedand compete against the crack horses from other parts of the country as well as ele gant equippages in all classes Besides the twenty honorary Vice Presidents representing that number of States there will be noted men in the judges stand among them Gen Nelson A Miles commander of the United States army The list of entries is too long for our space but includes nearly all the prize winners at the Eastern and Western shows- Louisville society circles have been actively planning a series of fashionable functions for the week which will no doubt be a memorable one The hand some cups offered by the association to lady riders will arouse added interest and rivalry Seats will be placed on sale Monday morning at fifty cents each the boxes having all been disposed of The promoters of this event deserve the hearty support of all our citizens ask will contribute much to the reputation of Our beautiful city EUCHRE AND DANCE Trinity Council Y M L willenter ain its friends at a euchre and dance at the club house on East Gray street next Thursday evening The games for the handsome prizes commence at 816 and at their close refreshments will be served These dances have been very pleasant affairs in the past The committee iu charge is made up of wellknown young saes and an enjoyable time fa assured all who attend BEGIN WORK SOON the Armour Packing Company thin week placed bids with nitmerour coo tractors Jorttheir new building which will be erected at Brook and Main streets It lUbe of brick and iron and CM be umbered among the llargest pecking xnieealH for country Besides employ ng many men it win add much 1oLedi- evilua imporUuc a a packing center EARLY w WSLD Althonjh the election for members of iju LagieUiure does not take place tnl- note fall joe Hojcau baa beau announced as a Democratic candidate to repreect tIM JHevMtk and twelfth nerd I i t I Up Stairs Over EnglUh Wooten Hills Store One Door West ol the Dig Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office iu the city LOUISA BRORING DrDt SI PROPRIETOR RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Joseph Theobald whose death Sunday morning at the residence of her soninlaw caused deep sor row among her many friends occurred Tuesday morning from St Josephs church Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter Mrs Zehndcr James Fitzgerald for many years a resident of Louisville died at an early hour Wednesday morning at the residence of his son Thomas Fitzgerald on Jane avenue Clifton His funeral took place Thursday morning Rev Thomas White being the celebrant at the requiem mass The funeral services over the remains of Bridget Mohan who died at the rest deuce of her nephew James Brady 1413 Twentythird street were held Sunday afternoon at Sacred Heart church Rev Father Walsh officiating The deceased had reached the great age of seventyfive years Mrs Frances Kremer beloved wife of Baldwin Kremer Vied Saturday morning at the family residence 727 East Broad way at the advanced age of sixtyone years Her funeral occured Monday morning the services being held at St Martins church Her death is deeply mourned brmany relatives and friends The funeral of Adaline Marie Duerr the eighteen yearold daughter of Theodore and Elizabeth Duerr took place with high requiem mass at St Johns church Monday morning Just budding into womanhood her death was a sad bereavement to her parents who have the sympathy of many friends in their affliction Profound sympathy is felt for John and Arias Wickstead whose seventeen yearold daughter Miss Margaret died Tuesday morning at the family residence 1710 Graysoii street Thefuneral occurred Thursday morning at the Cathedral many of her young friends and associates following the remains to the their last resting place- Cornelius Curran an old and highly respected citizen of the West End died Monday night at his home on Lytle street Hei came to this country from Ireland settling in Louisville many years ago Pour grown children survive hint Miss Mollkand Edward Curran of thia city and Janice and Daniel Curran of Mew York The fuaenl services Thursday morning at St Patricks church were witnessed by hundreds of faia friends and acquaintance The fun rlof MM Catherine Lincoln who died ewly Tuesday nserningl at her hoot oil Wt Cheetnnt iteeet took place with high requital mate Thursday snrniu g at St Patrick church the sorrowing birada and relatives almoet fill jng for edUoe Mra Lincoln WM the wits of WWl m Lincoln and a lltol- Wa1ter P Llacoln the well known AttOr aey She waa moat eeeplrtlGisristiur lady highly esteemed by ell clew Mild thoughlutingc r r DEDICATED Trinity College at Washington a Triumph For Mother Julia First Catholic Womans College the Climax of Her Labors Cardinal Gibbons and Church Dignitaries Attended the Ceremony SITUATED UPON A BEAUTIFUL SITE A story of courage and labor reached its triumphant climax when last Satur day Cardinal Gibbons dedicated Trinity College at Washington the first Amer scan Catholic institution to recognize the right of women to a higher edncation Trinity College is not a Catholic con vent school It is a monastic college Its curriculum includes the classic and scientific elements and humanities which the Catholic church has sanctioned as the best method of mental training for culture or for scholarship Opposition of the most vehement sort obstructed the early plans as Rome was said to be very loth to sanction a womans college under the shadow of the Catholic University or AmericaThe of the Catholic University authorities to permit women to matriculate led Mother Julia who has devoted upward of sixty years of her life to the education of young women to conceive the idea of founding under the direction of the Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur a fully equipped womans college With the encouragement of the principal mem bers of the American hierarchy and the faculty of the Catholic University she bought a beautiful tract of land adjoin ing the Soldiers Home and Catholic University grounds and launched her idea and propaganda She was subjected to a strong opposi tion from certain sections and the case was carried to Rome A suggestion was made by the Roman authorities that Mother Julia sell the land she had pur chased for the site of Trinity College She met the suggestion by a complete presentation of her case In this she was aided materially by Monsiguor Martin till the Apostolic Delegate The result was that her plans were approved Mother Julia the founder nnd first President of Trinity College is in her eightieth year She is a native of New York State She entered the sisterhood of Notre Dame of Namur at the early age of sixteen She passed many years in teaching in the Notre Dame schools of Boston Worcester Philadelphia and Cincinnati For the last twenty years she has been the American Provincial of the order After the project of Trinity College was launched King Leopold of Belgium conferred upon Mother Julia the beautiful jewel of the Order of Civil Merit Trinity College is situated upon a beautiful site The grounds coyer more than twenty seven acres and the main build lug occupies the high portion of the Soldiers Home plateau Two eltcttlccarlines skirt the domain but owing to the forests and hiph land the students and sisters will be as secluded during their outdoor recreations as if miles from a habitationThe Board is chosen from imotjg the most prominent men and women of the country It is composed of Cardinal Gibbons Housignbr Cpimty rector of the Catholic University Very Rev Patrick J Garrigan the vice rector Mother Julia Charles J Bonaparte Baltimore Misa Marian Lindsay St Louie Mis Sophia Howard Ward of New York Joseph F Dalyi New York Walter George Smith Philadelphia Gen Too- K Vincent U SA Ella Lorraine Doe icy Olive Risky Seward and Albert A Wilson of Washington D C CBIIF TULLY TheTQainillefire dejmrtimmttWN this week under control of CHIC of the youngest Pire Chiefi in the Country Assistant CbW John Tuliy haViiig lbead appointed t liM who la JIBOODventJOII hl1clat IttChief Tully iraa experienced and cone ngeous freighter JOHN B CASTLKMAH ARTHUR G LANOHAM BRBCKINRIDOB CASTZKMA Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE CO IPANY IN TilE WOnJJ BARBEE CASTLEMAN I IManagers Southern Department I GENERAL OFFICESCOLD I3IA BUXLDrNGI 1 M 1 M I rr I Nothing sold but Sr I goods sr LOUISVILLE KY 1tttttttttltttttTljI11t IRAFFOS guaranteed e rAbsolutely the Best Furniture and Carpets in Louisville A store where quality is of first consideration Z5 place where you are treated right and money back 3 if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always consistent 25 with the goodness of the goods New lines of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will 1 2 like to trade here once you have tried it I w3 Hauling and Moving Attended To T 321 fIWESTI 1 I jif71il1iliil1111il1111il1111111il111111 lllillllillllilllllillllii1111111111 II lf I111E111 if1E1SIIISIII lE III t211IlFi 1f 11 I GranW Smiths Sons II- ii Funeral Directors ii- ii And Embalmed IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer I = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeI i MOVED TO ITELElII- I ftIIIDIUIft41D1IIDI ftIftIB i uunUHl I II CENTRAL COAL IRON CO INCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS CO ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All SIZ Anthracite Coat on Hand Tot 157 and 2324 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE ING OOlPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUISVILL ICY HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS J 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST J BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET j f LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE i 428 AND 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET I LOUISVILLE IKY m SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THB Xu an FLWANT L R DINING CAR E Ho BAcoN AgentLoulsvill FRANK j AgentCManagerWl n a