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KEN1UcKYIkITtVOLUME VINO4 f LOUISVILLE SA URI JANUARY 26 1901 PRICE FIVE CEN U THE OLD RUT The Commercial Has Again f Dropped Back Into SIan i tiers Mire t r its Unwarranted Attack Upon r ExAldernmn William l Patterson Cost of the Lot lie Rents the City For Storage Purposes i VERY PLAIN FACTS IN THE MATTER When the present management took charge of the Commercial some time ago it was hoped by the public generally that it had set aside forever its former slanderous methods and that it might again become a newspaper fit for any man to take into his family For a time it was indeed respectable It seems however that its friends and wellwishers are again doomed to disappointment for within the past two weeks it has dropped into the old rut that made it unpopular while published on Green street As before it devotes much of its space to attempts to ruin the characters of good citizens and impair their standing When it last week attacked exAlderman Will iam Patterson however its accusations were so silly aud untruthful in the ex treme that even the old subscriber be came disgusted There is no better known gentleman in Louisville than Billy Patterson He has spent nearly his entire life here and there is no man who stands higher with all classes He has always been noted for his generosity and when he gives to a poor and deserving person he does not herald the fact to the world through the columns of the newspapers What he does for charity is done in a quiet and modest way In his business dealings his reputation stands above reproach and that he has prospered is but an evi dence of what honesty and straightfor ward hustling will do when rigidly ad hered to sin its unwarranted and lying thrust at iihe exAlderman the Commercial pro 1 arCEtdit t0Sayrthfltle l91h IINtlPxOf R 1 0Ji Maple street between Sixteenth and Seventeenth which he rents to the city for J200 per year for storage purposes According to this enemy of all who will not be controlled by its sattelites Mr Patterson has bolll bands inthe pockets of the taxpayers On the very face of it its statements are absurd In the first place Mr Patterson purchased the lot some years ago for 8420 For several years it was used as a sand pit and in refutation of the Com mercials charge that it had been worked out and was now worthless one has but to look over the figures in the office of the City Assessor There it will be ascertained that instead of decreasing in value the property has increased The last assessment shows that it has been set downat something over 9000 Certainly there would have been no increase- n taxation had the property become worthless and it stands to reason that Mr Patterson would have made some complaint about it had he felt that the lot was no longer of value On this lot Mr Patterson pays annu ally taxes autounting to 157 leaving him a splendid profit of 47 a year ton an investment of 9000 Why he does any1hing where a man actually loses money no fairminded man has yet been able to c discern it The reporter who wrote the story simply secured the information that Mr Patterson was the owner of the lot and that he rented it to the city for 200 a year He did not stop to investi gate what the lot cost how much it was assessedor how much in taxes was paid simplyinstreet style No thought was given to the fact that a villanious attack was being made on the character of a prominent and respected citizen However these methods of the Commercialare welf known to the public and Mr Fatter Y therebyYhis friends because the charges are so wholly unwarranted and undeserved o FATHER GANNON Learned Priest Now Eastern9 Provincial of the Jesuits G The Rev Thomas J GannonS J has been appointed Provincial of the Eastern division of the Jesuits of the United States as successor to the Very Rey+ Edward It rutbrick S Lt who left here three months ago for England Father Gannon was born in Cambridge Mastj July 14 1853 He studied at Boston College four years In his last year he Mme out with the first preniiumjfoj poetry being excelledlpnly by two others Ire also took first medal in French and a prize for declamation In 1872 b entwe4Tthe novitiate of the tmuntilAuguef iu reviewing his classical studies at the juuiorate at Frederick Md he went to Woodstock College Md where he spent three years in the study of philosophy the sciences and higher mathematics Father Gannon was then sent to Holy Cross College Worcester to take one of the professorships in that institution He remained there five years when he re turned to Woodstock College and took up the study of theology After devoting four years to this he was raised to the priesthood August 28 1880 Returning to Boston he taught philosophy andethics in Boston College for a short time and then resumed his work at Woodstock College as instructor in logic and general metaphysics In July 1890 Father Ganu6n was ap pointed assistant to the then Provincial of the New York and Maryland Province the Very Rev Thomas J Campbell This position he held until late the following year when he was promoted to the rec torship of St Johns College Fordham No Y where he stayed almost five years He again became Assistant Provincial and filled that post until his elevation to the office of Provincial The province in charge of Fatter Gan non includes New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Maryland the District of Columbia and the New England States In this province are twelve colleges and Institutions of the order and some 800 members priests scholastics novices and brothers Father Gannon has three brothers John Gannon who resides at Beachmont Peter Gannon who lives in Cambridge and the Rev William Gan non a mission priest who is at present at Dedham and a sister who is married and lives in Somerville GOING TO ROME Preparineto Make His Decen nial Visit to the Pope Cardinal Gibbons is preparing to vacate the Archdiocese of Baltimore for a brief period with the view of making his decennial visit to Rome This visit to the Pope is obligatory upon all Bishops or members of the Hierarchy who accord ing to an ancient usage are required to report the state of affairs in theirrespect ive Sees personally if possible at least once every ten years Since his first journey to Rome thirtyone years ago Cardinal Gibbons has visited the Pope four times The present journey of Cardinal Gib bons is significant from the fact that in tothprianccMitlfthefequestbfhisfriiind Cardinal Herbert Vaughan Archbishop of Westminster he will preach at the open ing of the new Cathedral in London England early in the spring This mag nificent church has been in course of construction for many years and marks the spot as it were where John Carroll the first Archbishop of Baltimore and Primate of the United States was con secrated bv Bishop Richard Walmsley of LondonThe Cardinal intends to leave New York for England immediately after Easter and expects to be absent in Europe for several months STEADILY GROWING A large attendance of members greeted President Daniel Cunniff at Mackin Coun ell Tuesday night and a splendid busi ne meeting was held One member was initiatedand two applications referred Frank Murphy and Louis Heck were elected members of the Executive Com mittee and William Kerberg and George Semonis were chosen Chairman andSec retary of the House Committee Charles Raidy reported that the committees had secured handsome prizes for the grand euchre and its success was assured George Gathof and Louis Haas two popular members were reported sick Mr Humphrey OConnell atd Miss Ida Raidy were the winners of the prizes at the euchre Thursday night These weekly gatherings are much enjoyed by the best young people of the West End NARROW ESCAPE Hugh Higgins had a very narrow escape from losing his foot Wednesday afternoon though the member was ser iously injured and it will be some time before he can again be put While as sending in one of the elevator at J M Robinson Norton R Coson Main street his foot was caught between the elevator carriage and the wall and that it was not pulled off seems almost miracu lows As it was impossible to stop the elevator his foot wabadlycrushed the shoe being literallytorn to pieces He was at once placed in a carriageand sent to his home at 1630 West Madison street where Dr Jobanboeke dressed the injured foot and encased it in plaster of paris CHILDREN OF MARY t The Children of Mary of Jeffersonville held a very important meeting at St Augustines Academy Sunday afternoon when the following well known young ladies were elected officers for the year 1101 President Miss Maggie McAuliff- eVicePresidentMissi Katie Dixon Secretary Miss Mary Colerain Treasurer Miss Maggie Connell- yLibrarianMlasMaryKenney A pecial meeting will fee held tbnior row afternoon and alp tile young lady members are earnestly Invited io attend The MitctiingoathenewWalkingskirts are set in two groups close together the to n t oral hasher from the MICHAEL DAVItT Declares That Homo Rule Will Not Solvotho Irish Question The Reunion of the Three Fnc- tions Means Absolute Freedom Humiliation and Curse to Our People of English Rule LAVISH PRAISE FOR WILLIAM OBRIEN The following interesting letter was written by Michael Davitt in Dublin for the New York World the second week in January and published for the first time SundayWe adieu without regrets to the old century which died for us in a dishonored old age It has been in all truth a century of repression and oppression for Ireland Its very birth synchronizedwith Englands calculated destruction of our daysIa power grows more more hateful to us as time reveals the blessings that freedom carries in its train to more favoted lands and exhibits English rule in all its hateful features a still greater humiliation and curse to our people Surely to no other country under Gods sun has the old century been so prolific of dramatic misfortunes as to this land of disasters Ireland vas a selfgoverned nation when the United States asserted their independence It is a matter of historic fact that an Irish Legislature was the first national assembly in Europe to vote its congratulations on the birth of the new Commonwealth beyond the broad Atlantic which was destined to eclipse in wcaltlf and might and prestige the greatest of the worlds empires within the next one hundred years America had then very few more peo pie than lived at the time in Ireland In 1801 the population of the young republic was only 5300000 Today it is proba bly 70000000 Ireland bad 4500000 in the same year whereas today her popula tvasewhedtheiiineteenthrceutllrywas That one fact alone makes the condem nation of Englands government of Ireland overwhelming and complete and explains why we commence the twentieth century as a people unchangeable in our national resolve to end the rule which has caused our country so gigantic a wrongAnd we are about to begin it wisely and well in a united movement for na tional government This at least will be welcome tidings of hopeful promise to our kith and kin in the United States Willian OBrien has the credit and honor of having succeeded in reuniting the sun dered sections under one leader again He did it in this way The United Irish League movement was founded by him three years ago This organization was in reality the old Land League revivedthe league of of which Parnell was the bead and which England suppressed by special repressive laws in 1881 The Land League was essentially fighting com bination with its militant programme of Irelandfor the Irish and the land for the people and OBriens happy thought and purpose were to bring into the life of Irish active energies once more a movement and a platform which would rally all earnest Nationalists again Where they stood a united bodyand force in the days before the unhappy splitComplete succes has crowned OBriens effprts and the late general election resulted in the return of eiglitytwo Nationalist members out of a total of 103 which Ireland is allowed to send to the Imperial Parliament as her quota of the 670 which make up the membership of the House of Commons John Redmond has been unanimously elected not only Chairman of this new party but President of the United Irish League also Messrs OBrjen and Dillon heartily assenting Thus bya paradox of political and democratic principles the head of a small minority is chosen as the leader of both sections combined in one body and this is how and why the movement for home rule which Parnell led so ably until ten years ago will commence its career in the new century under the happy auspices of a reunited force of Nationalist opinion in Ireland andofp compact party of repre sentatives it the Imperiat Parliament r1thatcenter their hopes fqr Jrejands future inthe work bf an Irisji party at yoit minster There is in fact a growing dislike among an increasing number of earnest irishmen to the home rule solu tion of the Irish question To them it would mean a consenting partnership in the finish Empire a participation through this connection in any criminal enterprise which British jingoism in obedience to the spirit of EngU hgreedand aggression should embark upon as tn the instance of the Iudependensetlu Belt ApdWckiea of old ooiai6 brash silt mount Part klogant DICE WIREq6 51 Tells Why Your Irish Boys Are Prefer dFor Jocke g I When the first fiber Mil wanderer left I dear old Irelandfor Am rica he had little I none hand a I i diand tears in his eyes He little though that the day was to come when the Eni Sid Isle was to again shipe in the wor though not in the land over which the freen flag floated There was a time wlii Iceland was the seat of learning of tie world and the love for learning was bi11y lying dormant in the blood of the i virdy yeomanry crushed for the time by tie iron hand of English tyranny TfiS jjeari passed Pat found a warm welcome 5 the land of the free and the homes c the brave were opened to him They ars glided by the oldspirit returned and Pats children at tended the public schooand secured the educations that their rt ther and mother had been denied f Now the Irish haw Generals in the Boer armyafef fin the Eng lish army fighting wi It lukewarmness railroad Presidents in ije owners states men and celebrities in very walk of life even to the highest J Jne by one they have encroached on th territory of other nations Geu ODon 11 was one of the Governor Generals of luba and to this day his memory Isre led by the Span iards But now the h rish seem to have found another fieldey have invaded the race course and ol course are at the top John E Maddeturns out more kings and queens of t ie turf than any other man in the b j mess It was he that developed the won lerful speed of the once mighty Hamburg Plaudit raced to victory in the classic Kentucky derby and this season he has I HanoverCorrec tion colt for which h s paid 20000 and expects to win thousar ds with him There are many ot er smaller Irish owners but they are all doing better every year and soon tl ere will be a score of Irishmen who Jiayj valuable strings But where the Irish ifI t conning more noted is in the saddle The ti1rstIrish boy who was thoughirgood enongho contendagainst the ne jockeys trained on the stock farms of the Bluegrass State was James Mclaughlin lIe rode fast Modesty and dozens fef other thorough breds to victory tybea opposed by the most skillful11ebol1 h11ends Mac had the reputation of betn one of the fairest jockeys that ever Ii e a horse and his backers always i Ise tv ulddo hrs best Jt ilarSa- WiUi the advent ftbe Irish bstbdecline of the negroes began and now there are fewer black lads in the saddle than there ever were This is due to the interest the Eastern magnates are taking They ate satisfied to let the negroes train the animals but when it comes to actual racing they realize that they need brains in the saddle and for that reason they put white boys on their horses J J MC Caffcrty is riot only a good jockey but he is the owner of a splendid string of animals Last season he won thousands of dollars Danny Maher is an Eastern production and has been very successful in the South and West His services are much sought after by owners all over the country Winnie OConnor is also a star and every day the reports of the New Orleans races show that be has defeated some horse ridden by a negro Little Shaw saw the light first in the Emerald Isle as did Mcjenkins Shaw is riding for Pittsburg Phil the plunger who wagers thousands on the skill of his little rider and generally wins These are only a few of the especially prominentones but there are dozens of others and a turf man at Churchill Downs predicted the other day that in the near future the negro would disappear altogether from the race tracks and Irish and German boys would take his place As in all other instances the Irish have succeeded in racing and are growing stronger daily in every walk of life in the new world When the United States concludes to annex Ireland it will be but a reunion of a long separated family DICK WORK INTERESTING A bit of mathematical problem now creating much interest is how many Catholics will be in the worlds census of 2000 A D Here is the rate of progres sion for nineteen centuries on the au thority of a German Protestant statist ciant M Pirst century t fc 500000 Second t K T 2000000 Third I P 5000000 Fourtho tlMHRi 10000000 fifth v fei 15000000 Sixth iglE 20000000 Seventh JSp 26000000 Eighth j23 40000000 Ninth Js 48000000 Tenth tffer 60000000 Eleventh 49 c 70000000 Twelfth Ms 80000000 Thirteenth J 7 Sr VMl Onl Pourteenth90000000Pixteenthf 100000000SixteenthSeventeenth 4 175000000 Eighteenth j S 250000000 Nineteenth 4H 315000000ii o What aproceseipqoffaitbi The table shows that in timwof great persecution our holy religion l has made the most progress This pi gives that indeed the blood of martyrs i the seed of Christianity Alto lwr more than one billion and five Mtadred million have lived and ditdiirli lie inns of holy mother church The op of the faithful in the year 2000 H J rlriell the tupendou- saggregateto tlia I mtt inconceivable totali of two bi1Htlrbniandnsitlioua of Catholicall w p 0 i t1 f 5 MACAULEYS Has Been Secured by Hiber nians For St Pat risks Day County Board Will Present Varied and Interesting Programme Matters of Grave Importance For Consideration Next Mouth MORE ABOUT THE NEW BUILDIMG During the past week the County Board of Directors of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians secured Macauleys Theater for the celebration of St Patricks day and all the members are now at work arrang ing programme that will be varied and interesting and do honor to the memory of Irelands patron saint The County Board will hold frequent meetings and hear reports from the different subcom mittees and the exercises and those who will take part will be made known at the division meetings the first week in Feb ruaryDuring the next month the meetings of all the divisions will be unusually interesting and matters of great importance will be acted upon Besides the question of securing a building for the order in this city will be discussed and perhaps further steps taken that will place the plan on a definite footing For those reasons special notices will be sent all members urging them to attend This project is becoming more popular every day and there is tiovn likelihood that the present County Board will push this more vigorously after the celebration of St Patricks day Another matter that interests every member is the new ritual which has beew looked for for two months past and which may now be received at almost any moment This should also add in attracting a larger attendance of members than has been seen during the past several months 1Dhiston1 uew Nineteenth and ff rLa teadajceatenin8 A nary 4 Owing to the fact that it was the last meeting in the month and the consequent small attendance Division 1 decided to postpone the exercises ar ranged for Tuesday evening till February 12 when Newton G Rogers will read an able paper on Andrew Jackson the hero of New Orleans At that meeting Treasurer John Mulloy will also file his report for the past year showing the financial standing of the division Communica tions were read from the Catholic Union ahd from Division 3 It was also an nounced that John Cronens suggestions made at a former meeting had been for warded to the National Board The meetings of Division 4 Wednesday nightiwerethe bad weather Martin Grogan Pat rick Mulloy and James Costello three well known young men were initiated by the former and the application of Tohn Barry was received Among those who seemed to take great interest in the proceedings were Dr Charles Edelen Mike Ward and Will Miller and each was called upon for an address The building project was the subject of a lively discussion Harry Brady mak ing an eloquent and spirited talk as did also Joe McGinn and John Swift The remarks of the latter were warmly applauded and aroused the greatest enthusiasm of the evening President Hennessy declared that Division 4 itself could undertake the enterprise and push it to successful completion and suggested that course in case the other divisions jflo not take active steps in the matter ExCounty President Murphy also favor ed the suggestions made i President William Meehan and the members of Division 2 are heartily in favor of a Hibernian home for Louisville and there is little doubt but that definite action will be taken after St Patricks dayCounty President Keenan has called a special meeting of the County Board for Monday hear reports and every member isurged to atten- dCOVINGTON Bishop Maes New Cathedral Will Be Dedicated Tomorrow The dedication of Covingtons beautiful Cathedra will take place tomorrow with solemn and impressive ceremonies St Marya new Cathedral has been in course of construction lot a number of years and from an architectural point of view will rank with the finest in the country The new edlficeisnBcredfUo the Coving ton diocese and a monument tg the zeal and enterprise of Right Rev Bishop Mass Itisastructltreorarcbltectural beauty embracing all the modern im proycrnents for the comfort of the people1 andaccbmodation of the clergy and will UiegoodijUdii aIRY of Kentucky Catholics l t the dedicatory aervlaas will be soar I u ducted by Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati Bishop Maes will be the celebrant of the solemn Pontifical mass and the learned Bishop Spalding of Peoria will preach the sermon Besides the fore= going a large number of distinguished Archbishops Bishops and priests from this and other States will assist and several excursions have been arranged for the convenience of Catholic laymen who wish to attend the ceremonies which will be of a character not soon to be for gottenThe musical programme for the occa tion will be a most elaborate affair the Cincinnati Symphony orchestra and an augmented choir of 200 voices selected from the different church choirs of Cov ington Newport and Cincinnatiassist ing at the exercises The Cincinnati College of Music orchestra and many of the best voices of that institution will also assist in the musical programme Bishop McCloskey and Fathers Deppen and Bax and perhaps other clergymen will represent Louisville HOLY NAME SOCIETY New Officers Elected For the YearSome of Its Objects The Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrands church held a special meeting in the school hall last Sunday afternoon for the purpose of holding the annual election of officers The following officers were elected to serve for the year IDO- lPresidentJohn J Barry SecretaryHenry J Wagner Treasurer Joseph F Wagner The membership of the society is now about ICO but during the present year the members with the assistance of the parish priests hope to increase it to 500 which is a very conservative estimate of what it should be in a large parish like St Louis Bertrands The object of the society is a very worthy one their aim being to promote the regular attendance of men at holy communion and the discouraging of blasphemy and cursing which is so prevalent among men Of late years it has been noticeable that after a boy makes his first communion and is confirmed and grown too large for the childrens society chances are that if left to himself he will only go to the sacraments two or three times a year and gradually drift aVay Altogether whereas ifa member of the Hox Name Society the matter will be broughtxbcforc his mind once a amenbein proportion to the general membership so they are especially invited to receive with the society on their next com munion Sunday February 10 at the C oclock mass and to enroll themselves as members at the business meeting in the schoolhouse on that afternoon ELECTION OF OFFICERS Interest In Tomorrows Moot 11Ing of Central Labor t Union The regular monthly meeting of the Central Labor Uuion takes place at Becks Hall tomorrow afternoon During the past month the friends of the five candidates for President have been work ing hard for the success of the man of their choice and it is impossible to name the winner The contest for the Presi dency has been spirited but always friendly and there has been a notable lack of that rivalry and acrimony which characterized former elections and this fact leads all to feel confident of a pros perous year for the Central Labor Union There is no foundation for the state ments made that the Socialist question has entered into the central body as there are no Socialist bodies represented Besides the annual election of officers there will be much other business to be transacted TRINITY COUNCIL Invitations are out for the euchre and dance to be given by Tjrinity Council next Wednesday evening After the distribution of a number of handsome prizes there will be dancing and an abundance of light refreshments for all present At Monday nights meeting President Sullivan announced the standing com mittees Two new members were initi ated and four applications received The committee arranging for the minstrel performances to be given February 10 and 14 reported splendid progress OYSTER SUPPER The ladles of St Georges church on Eighteenth street will entertain their friends with a coffee social and oyster supper at the hall on Eighteenth aud Kentucky streets on the evenings of February 14 and 15 This will be a fine opportunity to spend an enjoyable evening and feast before the beginning of Lent aud at the same time help a worthy cause IMPROVING Richard Naughton residing at 810 Oldham street and well known in Limer ick who two weeks ago underwent an operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is reported doing nicely and his friends are now looking for his r tura to hk home I NEARLY READY Ladles Arranging Special Fe tires For Robert Eirllnot- Celebration will Report at Next Mcotin the IrishAmerican Society More Entries For the Preiniif Watches Offered Young People a PROMINENT PEOPLE TO TAKE P The ladles appointed at the last ming of the IrishAmerican Society for1 purpose of assisting in arranging for celebration of Robert Emmets annH sary have exhibited the greatest enttn asm thus far and they are almost to make their report which will con some pleasing surprises They shot spirit that is commendable and del the anniversary exercises will far surj any ever before given by the IrishAid icans of Louisville 3 Two meetings of the tidies and Executive Committee have been held i the work of each carefully mapped c During the past week Mrs William Higgins Mrs Tom Council Mrs I McGovern Mrs Tom Tarpey Miss R Francis Miss Anna Nalty and otli have visited a number of our lead vocal and instrumental soloists who hi atjreed to take part after the open address which will be delivered by Jai J Fitzgerald who is recognized asK tuckys most brilliant young orator 1 Miss Blanche Mitchell has kindly j sented to direct the little folks who appear in tableau and fairy dances which a large class of pretty children commence rehearsals next week T should indeed prove interesting ash little ones will be richly and handS costumed and under Miss Mitch i supervision they will present a sight y worth seeing Another novel and pleasing feature ladles hope to present is a large juvet chorus comprising many excellent si ers who will take part in the rendit of patriotic Irish and American toy nfrTiwBtarofnoucjtii fsiieIjwiiJ there are voices of exquisite swi many of whom arc expected tot Several young people have dt to secure one of the goldwatch as premiums for the sale of ticU others who may wish to exal handsome watches and secure but little effort can do so by c3 the tea store of John Mulloy 545 avenue This plan was arranged by retary Joe Byrne so all who sellt tickets can get a gold watch tThe next meeting of the IrishAmi can Society which takes place Thurs night February 7 will bean open on ladies and a large attendance is expc to hear the reports Among the gentlemen interested ladies in making the anniversary agi DfRusse1lTarpeyFrancis i Eugene McShane Patrick Con 1aug William Patterson Jeff Bannon Wit Lawler M W Murphy John What WhalleuiKeeuan 3 NOT HERE YET The Latest Craze Among Women of New York The latest thing in woman is the garoo shape It is the invention d fellows who make corsets bustle other harness to do what they inn nature should have done for time ge sex You will easily recognize thei goroo shape says George McDonal the Catholic Sun When a woo made up to this form she looks for al worldas if she had been struck at the back with a base ball club ij who are older at fifteen than their moi attempt to shape this form before j are out of short dresses and this al the situation doubly distressing i shape seems to affect the feminine i at this age so it reminds you of ye molasses candy You have all heard voice Their molasses candy talu th manythatthey attempt such a libel on the works of nature as the kangaroo il they should be ostracized from so and looked upon with grave suepi the civilized animal kingdom w CONDITION WAS LARMIN rectorfTrinityj a tacked with serious hemorrhage lof nose last Saturday the blood contii to flow throughout the day and pd the night anti his hosts 6ffriendp greatly alarmedabout hU conditioj hemorrhage was finally control physicians but the great low lleft Father Kelly very weak Sin day he ham betJIsteadily improi tiOw bas almost entirely racovtre 0 UGKY IRISH flMERIGfiN 1111111111111 IN 11 11111111 rqted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WI3LryIAJVI M HIGGINS Put ll ftOXV ASCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 3C Entered at too Louisville Postoff Ice as SecondClass Mortar icMslI Co t alallonl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 2619011 THE QUEEN IS DEAD e In the death of Queen Victoria e civilized world mourns the loss a monarch whose influence was er for peace whose model life exemplary and without a single pi of scandal To those who too merally judge the ruler by the avernment and hence hold Queen ictoria responsible for the many id continuous misdeeds of the fish Government during her gn this tribute to her may seem omalous yet it is correct The Been was a model woman in all tis lovable and respected in manhood a true wife and de tted mother amid surroundings JId customs the reverse which she lietly but firmly opposed and t most completely eradicated from e royal circle and nobility Char ible and zealous in behalf of the licted she did much to establish d maintain organizations for fief Just and peaceful she eked the bitterness of factional d partisan strife which are now tIed in the political arena rather in with arms on the field of bat i and though her long reign was e of almost continuous war with tall nations it was almost wholly void of international war between ding powers because of her deg e for peace tending to substitute ilpmacy for conflict at arms This luence and its results were due tJ to her power or authority as a march but to her personal charter example and earnest plead gl backed by the respect of her pie and1indeed4t1Lei civilized for as monarch of t e British he had but limited powe- rgovernmentnot near as the President in the gov if the United States eat Britain the Ministry and ant rule in spite of the mon rather as authority of gov iment the Ministry rules and the inistry are virtually named by I represent the Parliament not- i onarch The Queen favored I urged all the reforms and mod lions of the arbitrary and cruel icies of government that have night relief to Ireland Scotland 1 the colonies and restrained the pd and aggression that have le England hated the world t the last being the Boer war ph she exerted her efforts to entj sought in every way to after it began and in seclusion wed over its injustice and cruel till her death dat Ooni Paul Kruger knew felt this is manifested by his Vpt and heartfelt message of jjierice that the Irish people they have lost a friend even Lgh the chief of the Govern oppressing them is indicated l Oppressions of Justin McCarthy othy Healy and others that the sof the English people feel itt Knonsfrated by the mourning in hamlet in the empire that world feels it is evidenced by universall sorrow of all govern B and all people the worlds leUeath of the good is always 1I dasa loss to the world tiU Victoria was a good woman e fullest sense Her death is to all mankind chiefly be ftthe exemplary influence traint she exerted on evil idiags kifecting the worlds ad hapPiness and is univer ttrued as it should be I AULT OF COURTS richit lllact1 we have an ion of the 1popple assuming er to supptHf what the law but which Ute Judges andI tJn C lawful officials claim they have not the power to suppress In Wichita the sale of liquors is prohibited bylaw but the sale of liquors continues openly and as in all case where law is defied some of tbe saloons are the resorts of the lawless element a nuisance and menace to the community All efforts to have the law enforced have failed the courts holding on one pretext or another that they have no jurisdic tion and the police refraining from further arrests because of the courts decisions The situation having become intolerable the people have assumed the power to remedy it A Mrs Nation began it by going into a saloon and smashing things for which she wa arrested She refused to give bail and demanded a trial After much dillydally she was released withou trial it being clear that the saloon being unlawful and the keeper engaged in unlawful acts could not claim protection of the law nor prosecute for interference with or damage to their business Mrs Nation and other women have wrecked two more saloons almos causing a riot which was only pre vented by calling out the whop police force The women were not arrested and though one of then was seriously injured in the fracas they announced their pprpose to continue the crusade till the law iis obeyed The women engaged it this very unwomanly conduct an respectable and backed by the most prominent citizens Them method can oot be approved but wlien Judges and officials will not enforce the law what are the peo pie to do The only thing left for them to dotake the matter intc their own hands in violation of the law and rid the community of that which is a nuisance and menace It is a wrong course to pursue but the American people will do it CRIMINAL COURTS Our criminal courts are estab lashed to try according tq law all criminal charges The judge iis expected to see that the law is car ried out in all its details in such trials and he is supreme in his court When improper persons serve on a jury or there is unfair methods in securing a verdict or witnesses are interfered with or fail to appear in answer to summons if the Judge has no power to prevent or punish such flagrant violations of law resulting in farcical trials and unjust verdicts who has The people Nit The people by no law have the power to interfere with the business of a court Sometimes however when Judges and courts fail in their duty the people lose patience and assume such power and then the Judge is the first man to call for the militia tHon Edwin F Catley New Al banys representative in the Indiana Legislature has introduced a bill establishing a maximum wage rate on public work which has been re ferred to the Committee on Labor Representative Catley has made an excellent record upon all measures relating to the workingmen of In diana no matter from which party they originated His bill will doubt less pass else some of the present members will retire from the Legis lature One judge decides that pool rooms are disorderly houses and instructs that it is not only the right but the duty of the police to arrest all parties connected with pool rooms close and keep tfyern closed under penalty of being indicted and pun fished for neglect ofduty Another tto t J Judge decides that poollr n1sare not disorderly houses and the polio have no right to arrest parties con nected therewith or in any way in terfere with them and are liable to penalties and damages if they do Under such contra decisions and orders from those who are supposed to know interpret and have powe to enforce the law what are tbe police to do in the matter It would seem to be wise for them to do nothingwhich just suits the gam blers however Oom Paul his country ravaged his people slaughtered his Government destroyed himself an exile because of British aggression never theless proves himself the true man and able to discern between nationa and personal matters With his in tense and firm hatred of Britisl methods and injustice he always had great respect for Queen Victoria and from his place of exile wa among the first to send a nressagi of condolence to the Queens family Some men show their great ness even in the adversity of defeat There is one exception notable because it is the only one in the universal respect shown the lat Queen Victoria The Mayor of New York refused to allow the City Hal flag to be lowered to half thast Many think he feared such action would offend the Irish of that city Unless the New York Irish are ta class to themselves the Mayor wil find he has made a mistake for the Irish respect the dead forgetting all the faultsand remembering only the good of the departed The Louisville Commercial of al the papers in the world got funny Wednesday morning and published a cartoon of the new King of England Shame Might have at least waited till his mother was buried In the presence of death people show respect Jollity around the funeral ier or ridicule of the mourners hardly fits the twentieth century A New York opera singer found letters other women had written to icr husband She called on one of- the writers and gave her a thumping for which she was arrested and fined She hunted up the other writer punched her eyes and then gave her own hubby a sound drubbing That opera singer demonstrates she is boss of her ranch Tile proposed Hibernian building vas boomed vigorously Wednesday night by Division 4 Should there be too long delay upon the part of he other divisions in getting into line the Limerick men may undertake the erection of a home for themselves They are earnestand untiring workers among whom the vord failure is unknown The Executive Committee of the rand Army of the Republic has elected Cleveland as the place for molding its annual encampment text September RECOVERY ASSURED John J Richards a prominent young liberniau of New Albany who met with a serious accident at the Henry Vogt Machine Company works in this city anuary 7 is in a fair way to recover His many friends will be pleased to learn that he is improving and hope to see him out right soon- DANGER PASSED Capt Jerry Hallaban of the Hibernian Knights who was seriously injured two weeks ago by falling from a high step hider has passed the danger point and can now walk about his room His left sIde was very badly bruised and though no bones were broken the greatest anxiety was felt among his friends and ihysicians who were alarmed over his condition BRIGHT YOUNQ LIFE ENDED The death of Mrs Alicia Baxter Spencer which occurred Sunday at the home of her mother Mrs Dr Barnes 623 West Oak street was the cause of profound sorrow to the many friends and relatives of a very estimable young lady Sweet and childlike in her disposition bright and cheerful always she won the love of all who had the good fortune to know ber and to the heartbroken husband and lotber we tender our sympathy and pray God may help them sustain their great- 10000Thf deceased lady was a bride of andpromlsinKrighter of the late Mayor John Baxter and Mrs Baxter was at her bedside for luioat a week before the end came and verything that medical skill and loving lands could do for her very was done butall withoutivail- thisu cue sold that those horn God lovethdieyou ugg t I SOCIETY S96S Mrs Nannie I Dubourg has arrive home from a delightful trip to Chicago Mrs Ella Shanley of West Chestnut street will leave Tuesday for California Miss Mary Heany wl1l1leave next week for Old Point ConI fort and Washington- Mrs Edward So Monahan was thIs week the guest of Mrs Downer in how ing Green Copt Bob Tylvr was here for several days this week shaking hands with his many friends Misses Belle and Hallie Quigley expect to leave for Cuba next week with Mr Herbert Whipple Paul Keating and wife of Lexington arrived here Sunday and spent several days at the St Cloud Hotel John F Mahoney of Steubenville 0 arrived in JeiTers6nville last Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs Williams Miss Nell Thompson has returned 1to her home in Lexington after a pleasant visit with Miss Edith Worthington Miss May Cututnings who has been vis itiiig relatives iin New Albany lass returned to her honje in Huntingburg Miss May Washington who has been the guest of Misses Eliza and June Reed has returned to her home in Newport Mrs Sadie Tracy and children are again at home fin Jeffersonville after a pleasant visit wih relatives in Muncie Mr and Mrs John Welsh have moved to 405 West Brdadway where they will reside during th balance of the winter Miss Maggie eardon who was seriously ill last wedoe is now improving and her friends predi t her a speedy recover Mrs Patrick J yes of Lexington has been spending tae week as the guest of her sister Mrs AnWe Curd 1042 Second street Mrs J B Bafrd 526 West St Catherine street had aj her guest this weekJ Miss Kate Kerlin her pretty niece from Steubenville O J Pete SutterlinSy friends say that his taste surely runs to Hoosier societyas he makes two and three tripsto Jefferson ville every week aienjoyableat home at the residence of Dr and Mrs Halpin OReilly Mrs Margaret Farrell who is visiting her sister Mrs Will Rippetoe iin Terre Haute will arrive at her home InJeffer sonville next week Mrs Jenkins the mother of Mrs Dr E Y JobnOnbret med to+Hender son after spending a few days hen visiting her children Will Atherton Reilly returned Tuesday from Russellville where for the past two weeks he had been on a visit to hii old friend John McCormick Mrs Katie Sweeney will leave for New Orleans next week and will visit Florida Before returning She will be accompanied by Miss Emma Sweeney Much sympathy is felt for George Holland the Superintendent of St Louis cemetery who is suffering from a seven attack of inflammatory rheumatism JAmong this weeks guests at the Fiftl Avenue were M S Kelly of Mt Sterling and B S Mattingly of Lebanon wbo are well known in business circles Among the attractive visitors here this week was Miss Prances Potter of Bowl ng Green who was the guest of Miss Mary Nevin Mansfield in the Highlands Among the Louisvlllians who were so ourning at West Baden Springs during he past week were Messrs Will Norton John Kaufer Linn Boyd and T Johnson Gill James Spelluiana friends are elated over his recovery after a serious illnes of two weeks duration He has again esumed his position with the Ninth treet Warehouse Miss Dixie Pepper one of Lexington airest daughters has been the guest of ter cousins the Misses Cain Fourth and lelgravia and her many admirers here egret her departure Miss Katie Riordau the Fourth avenue lodiste has returned from Memphis wbere she was calle4 by the death of ler uncle Mr Patrick Cannon a well nown resident of that city Will Tilden whocame hereto attend the funeral of his mother Mrs Clara Webb Tilden has returned to Pittsburg While in Louisville visited his sister Mrs Charles Breckel In Parkland John Raidys friends were glad to see aim out this week again after a long illness His physicians think be will be able to resume his duties with the Dis rict Messenger Company next week Barney Bush the wellknownl switch man is rejoicing over the arrival at his lome 814 Oldhatn street of a sturdy young boy Mother and son are well and the father receiving congratulations Miss palsy Murphy 404 State street New Albany gave her friends a delight fUl reception and y night of last week The Hostess girts iss one of New UChrrFrlda popular Misa Cornelia a umber of her friea4tatoaths at her ome In Jeffereonvillc Ttisdayafter- Don Miss Burkes laments are bong the most eaa fvea ogee the rivir 9 = c mnt11fnf+ t Youll e Never tttf1tt11ttfttttt Miss the Water N You doubtless take no heed of the money you needlessly spend nowa nickel E3 here a dime there and many DOLLARS in the long run LOST to you and 3your heirs and assigns forever You might AS WELL be SAVING this money 3for which you get no adequate returns In view of the of WANT in 53 the future youd a TIMES BETTER be saving it Begin Start 3a savings account with us We take deposits from 250 to 5000 issue certifi 3cates of deposit and pay interest With your first deposit of 250 or 3over we furnish you with a little savings bank to take home and drop your small Schange into Youll find iti a great help Call and =3 I Kv Title w E j Open daily until 5 p tm Saturday nights until 9 oclock FOR ON 1 Mr and Mrs Joseph 1 Hill who have been boarding since their marriage last fall have gone to housekeeping at 604 East Caldwell street Both are remembered as prominent in amateur theat ricals Miss Lily Halligan left last Tuesday morning on a visit to Vine Grove Tenn where she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs John Piland until spring Miss Halligan will be greatly missed by her many friends here The engagement of Miss Katherine ICellner the handsome daughter of John F Kellner President of the Frank Febr Brewing Company to James Patterson of St Paul Minn has been announced The marriage will be solemnized next Wednesday afternoon at the brides home 310 East Broadway The brides sister Miss Ida Kellner will be maid of honor and the bridegrooms brother Stanley Patterson will be the best man Mr Patterson is a successful business man of St Paul where the couple will make their home The Misses Keiran entertained a few friends Wednesday evening at their home in the Highlands in honor of their cousins Miss Helen T Boyle and Mrs Margaret McGrath of Worcester Mass Those present were Misses Mollie and Joe Scannell Mayme Dugan Lily and Del Keiran Hellen Boyle Mollie and Norma Keiran and Emma Hoer Messrs John Bishop Joe Kruse Louis Koster Joe Herbst Theo Doll Al Fisher Rodger McGrath Phil Schlemmer and James Dugan Mr and Mrs Qwen Kei ran Mrs Robt Caster and Mrs Mc Grath Mr and Mrs Martin Finnegan enter tained a large number of their friends Thursday night at their residence 614 Washington street The feature of the evening was the singing of Martin Hib bitt whose marriage song created much mirth Dancing wds indulged In and at midnight an elegant supper was served Among those present were Mr and Mrs Toni Brown Mr and Mrs Ritruan Misses Nora Finnegan Julia McGlaugh ton Kate Delaney Bridgie Murphy Mary Devaney Bridgie Sheehan Bridgie Quinn Annie Scrivens Mary and Sarah Grimes Mary Curran Mary Stanton Mary Heeney L and A Desse Julia Madden Mamie Fallon Nora and Kate Kellaher Mary Joyce Nora Leahy Frances Rulley Messrs 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are organizing parliamentary clubs for mutual education The former held its first session Monday night and listened to a fine talk by Mrs M B LewisWilliam Ludwig Irelands greatest baritone singer will appear in a musical concert Monday evening under the auspices of the St Paul Hibernian Assisting him will be some of St Pauls best artists There are ten divisions in Onondaga county which includes Syracuse The Sun reports Division 7 as now having the largest membership This division has also a ladies auxiliary with 100 members which is increasing rapidly Whats the matter with our State President Lets heat from you Judge Shine The Judge is a great society man and should direct some of his efforts to ward the growth and advancement of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Divisions 1 and 4 of Binghamton engaged in a friendly game of fortyfive lust week At the end of seven games Division 1 was found to be the leader with a score of 21 and 14 During the eveningrefreshments were served The Hibernian Rifles recently organized in Columbus will be governed by the laws rules and regulations of the Ohio National Guard providing they do not conflict with the constitution of the order Fifty of the members were present at the last drill The Manchester Emerald jealously guards the name of the Hibernians It protests against the local athletic club advertising any of its fistic exhibitions at Hibernian Hall which can not be rented for such purposes The order has not met in the place alluded to for many yearsThe members of Division 2 of Man chester N H entertained the Daughters of Erin at their last meeting and the occasion brought out a number of ladies of the society The affair was one of a social nature whist and dancing being the enjoyments of the evening ending with luncheon Ladies Auxiliary 1 of Syracuse now has a membership of 329 and tt are more applications pending They live made arrangements with Dr John Mul herin one of the leading physicians of 1 Central New York whereby members are entitled to his services at any time jSundayj for Division 11 and in place of regular business an interesting musical and liter ary programme was presented says the Providence Visitor About 500 members and guests were present including the Presidents of the various divisions and their officers The Hibernian Band furnished the music playing Irish airs and melodies f Addresses were made by State President Quinn State Secretary OBrien County President Dillon and others after which refreshments were served The Hibernians of Texas are conferring with the Confederate Dick Dowling Camp for the purpose of devising ways and means for the erection of a monument toII Richard Dowling and his company com posed of fortythree Irishmen This littleII force of Irishmen performed the greatest t feat the world ever knew It may be called a miracle but nevertheless it oc curred Ancient nor modern history cantt point to such an accomplishment Thistt band of Irishmen at Sabine Pass TexasII sank three Federal gunboats captured four hundred and odd prisoners and drove a fleet containing 16000 men back toI New Orleans Had they not disobeyed orders for they were ordered to withdraw and not fight Texas would have beenI invadedAt meeting of representatives from every Hibernian division and each of the Hibernian military companies of Worces ter held in Hibernian Han it was voted that a parade of the military companies and as many of the divisions as desire to take part should be a feature of the St Patricks day celebration Philip J OConnell candidate for the Mayoralty and President of Division 3 Thomas F Harney of Division 38 and John J Rogers were appointed a committee to secure a speaker to deliver an address att the public meeting in the night whichI will either be in Mechanics Hall or the Assembly Hall of the new Hibernian I building A subcommittee was appointedl to arrange a musical programme to be given in connection with the lecture Limburger cheese laid away in cupboards and refrigerators will drive away ants No doubt of it it will drive dogs out of a tan yard it will drive a spike through a brick wall it will drive a mule through a barbed wire fence it will drive a herd of cattle over a precipice it will drive a tramp away from a meal of vict uals it will drive a negro away from a chicken roost or a man into insanity if he stays five minutes within ten feet its savory presence yes sir it will drive awayantt and also uncles and ifwe had any cousins that it wouldnt drive away we would be tempted to them and yet aon1ewenwou dsitand- eat the stuff and profeM to like it Cloth bands are 11Hela greet deal for trimmI11gTheyanputoolnali eiaV orate a wapw braid is These bands ore tkdwd at either edge and whjt doth = c i IRISHH SOCIETY DIRE JORYY r A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourkh Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan SulllvjnRecording I Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- Treasurer John1llul1o- ySergeantaLArmsJobn I Killei n Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourt i Thursday Evenings of Each Mon th PresidentWilliam T Median Vice PresitentThomas Cam eld RecordiugSecretary John M 6ney Financial Secretary John T eaney I 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh HobajiRecording Financial Secretary James C leman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Mon h PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn Grogan Financial Secretary Thomas Laugan 722 Oldham street I Assistant John Shaughnessy j HallabitnSentinelWilliam1 DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY I Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall KennedyPresident Vice PresidentJohn Winn Recording Secretary John Calla hanxOHafa 222 1JWestTreasurerJohn McBarron i DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVI E Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall f ReimPresidentRobert Vice PresidentJohn KinneyIRecording Secretary lOn Financial SecretaryFrank Ho 4n Treasurer Michael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN J SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First aid Third Thursday Evenings of Each Moth PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice President Tlios W lUpey FJJnnFinancial TreasurerThomas Keenan Sergeant John Sentinel KenneyL at THEATRICALS A Run on the Bank un r thq Fupresented at the Avenue next kDe sides Pusey and St John who lead theI list the company embraces Georgia Tompkins Louise Gould De Arville Sisters Lorine Jansen Grierson Sisters Fansen Harry Stanley and Jack I In addition to these capable entertainers there is a large chorus i The play at the Temple Theater next week will be A Roadside Marriage a comedy drama in four acts and said to be as good as any presented in Louisville this season This will be its first presentation here and the excellent comedy work of the MeffertEagle Stock Company gives assurance of firstclass production For vaudeville turns the management has secured Herbert and Willing two Louis ville boys who will be seen in their original and laughable sketch the Coon town Craze Besides these Miss Eliza beth Murray whose specialty is to sing coon and ragtime songs will be a lead- Ing number in the olio She is also said to be a very clever dancer The poly scope will present new moving picturesjj Those of the local fire department and the Louisville Nashville cannon ballil i train are most realistic and provoke great applauseIFred Irwins favorite attraction the Majestic Burlesquers will next week commence an engagement at the Buckingham and one of the seasons recordI breaking weeks is being anticipated byI the management of this popular resort The company includes over thirty artists surrounded by everything per tanning to stage effects and accessories The performance begins with aI musicalI burlesque Down the Line tt which engages every member of the company The next division of the bill consists vaudeville specialties The comedy portion of the show will be in the hands of the two American Macs whose Celtic wit and eccentric methods place them at the head of all Irish comedians and Wheelan and Otto who also excel in character and dialect comedy The performance will conclude with The Kneipp Cure a farcical absurdity which is claimed to be thoroughly original In the presentation of this number will be engaged the full strength of the company and mirth and melody will reign supreme This piece is said to be the most pretentious ever put on the vaude ville stage and displays a Veritable wealth of scenery and costumes The usual matinees will be givenii WHAT PLEASES A WOMAN It pleases her to be told that she is fascinating I fItpleases her to be called welldressed I It pleases her to be called sensible It pleases her to depend oa saia man and pretend that she is ruling him 11It pleases her to be told that jahe improves I man by her companionship It pleases her to be treated cepcteoualy and with respcctand to be talk 4 te tea eonablywIt pIeaeeaneftobeloTed r by a tuaa that ia itrong rite- and awbdne her sad vak vq to hwand u YRECENT DEATHS Miss Mary Catnfield whose death caused inexpressible grief ti her numerous friends and relatives in New Albany took place Monday morn ing from Holy Trinity church Rev Father Kelly conducting the solemn services over her remains William logue Sr aged eighty died Wednesday morning at his home on East Fifteenth street New Albany He was born in Londonderry Ireland and settled in New Albany in 1849 engaging in the dyeing business He leaves two sons William and Elias Joguc of New Albany and two daughters Erin M Berry aged sixtyfour and for years foreman with the Northern Lake Ice Compay succumbed to a paralytic stroke Saturday night at his home 1500 I Portland avenue He was the father of Thomas Berry and was well knowQ in the West End The funeral took place from St Patricks church Monday morn ing The funeral services over the remains of James McKegney who died Monday last at his residence 920 Fifth street were conducted at the Cathedral Wednes day morning with solemn requiem mass The deceased was well known and had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances in this city many of whom escorted the body to the cemetery Mrs Winifred Stone died of pneumonia last Sunday afternoon at her home 907 Twentyfirst street aged fiftyone years She leaves three children Messrs Frank lin and Edward Stone being her sons The deceased lady was known as an in dulgent and devoted mother and the high esteem in which she was held was attestedat the funeral services at Gt Charles church Tuesday morning Mrs Catherine Heslin died early Tues day morning after a short illness from pneumonia which also caused her hus death about nine days before The deceased leaves two sons and four grandchildren The funeral took place from the residence 807 West St Catherine street Thursday morning and from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock with a requiem mass for the repose of her soul The interment was in St cemetery There was a large attendance at the funeral of Mrs Nora Sheehan which 1leanducted by Rev Father Kelly who de livered an unusually touching funeral sermon Mrs Sheehan who was only twentyeight years old had been sick for the past ten months and the end was not unexpected She was a sister of Mrs Thomas Lynch with whom she 1415 Seventh street residedjj John Bourke for many years a resident of Louisville died Saturday morning at the family residence 2133 street at therjptragof sixty four The deceased was a native of Ire but came to this country when a young man He is survived by William Burke the wellknown molder and Miss Theresa Bourke His funeral took place Monday morning from St Philip Neris church Rev Father Ackerman being the celebrant of the requiem mass and preach ing a most impressive sermon upon the necessity of being at all times prepared for the final summons as was the devout man whose remains were so soon to be laid to rest forever HOW FAMOUS RULERS DIED King David died of old age Louis XVI died on the scaffold Richard III was killed in battle Abraham Lincoln was assassinated James A Garfield was assassinated Louis V was poisoned by his Queen Charles I of England was beheaded Mustapha II was strangled in prison Attila the Hun died in a drunken spree Millard Fillmore died of paralysis at seventyfourAndrew died of paralysis at seventysix Chester A Arthur died of apoplexy at fiftysixLouis I died of fever during a cam paign James II died in exile of gluttonous habitsEmperor William of Germany died o ageHenry VI was murdered in prison Mustapha I was deposed and strangledl in prison Foedor II of Russia was assassinatedI in church Adolphus of Germany fell at the battl of Gelheim fGeorge I died of apoplexy induced b drinkingGen died of cancer in the throatt at sixtythreeGregory was driven from Rome and died in exile Louis V was poisoned by his mother and his wife John Adams passel away at ninetyone from senile debility Charles III Lc Fou was deposed an died in prison Queen Anne died of dropsy brought on by brandy Foedor I of Russia was deposed and died in prison John Tyler died at seventytwo from mysterious disorder Louis Napoleon died in exile at Chisel hurst Englnd- LothalreofFrance was poisoned by female relatives Gustavus Adolphus was killed in the battle of Lutzen- Solomon died of weariness at the van ity of human life WRONG SORT Mrs Subbub Out fwork Nonsense I You could easily get work if you wanted1 it Hungry Higginsl 4vtotell yer th truth jnaam wkat i f furv lsnap a Ir8IabIMabA op bt Hs- Of1rorslrl 8fe Wet k i i The I Route to m SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma lI- dCHICAGOON THE ela4hRmmwclunmu nnwty In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAIN V E H AgcittLoulsvl1te FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent lhenngerW Big Four Buffalo s3 1901 Pan American Exposition LakeShoreequippedtraintoBuffaloM E tngatls Pmident ArtWoPDtpN Cincinnati rr S J GATES GENL AGENT LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F 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addressed by John Dillon M P Conor OKelly M P and other speakers was proclaimed says the Dublin Free mans Journal The proclamation so far from proving effectual in preventing the proposed meeting has resulted as similar Castle coercive proceedings generally do in creating not the single meeting originally contemplated but several successful gatherings of the people and raising then to a high pitch of enthusiasm The meeting was intended to give John Dillon an opportunity of addressing his constituents Foxford being in the divis ion of East Mayo which he represents in Parliament The County Inspector and ia large force of police prevented the out door meeting but there was an immense gathering in the League rooms where the meeting was proceeded with behind closed doors What proved to ba novel and highly successful departure from the usual way of holding meetings was the great demon stration held at Kiltimagh on New Years eve Dillon arrived at Kiltitnagh on Monday on his way to Foxford and the patriotic parish priest Father OHara made him his guest On Dillon hearing of the Foxford proclamation and at the earnest request of the leadlngNationalists- of the district it was decided to hold a meeting at Kiltimagh after midnight mass and so usher in the new century in a fittingjiianner Mass was celebrated a 12 oclock by Father OHara and the beautiful church was packed with people Immediately after mass A torchlight procession was formed and a start made for the Town Hall outside which the meeting was held The crowd wasan immense one and needless to say accorded their mem ber an enthusiastic welcome Shortly after 1 oclock Father QHaraappeared on the platform and this was the signa- lforagreatoutbuntofcheerin Father OHara said My friends I thank every one of you for coming her this morning I am glad that out iCaU Ireland Kiltimagh is going to have the honor of having the first meeting of the United Irish League in the twentieth century We did not expect this pleasure My friend John Dillon was coming down yesterday to spend the night with me on his way to Foxford for the meeting to morrow but it appears the meeting in Poxford has been proclaimed and so we are here this morning I need not say that John Dillon is welcome in our midst He has a perfect right to come and speak to his constituents and I do not think that a proclamation should be issued td prevent him doing as he often did speaking the sentiments oCan honest heart and telling the people what they ought to do at the beginning of this century For my own part I am very glad a91 said before that Kiltimagh has the honor of having the first meeting of the United Irish League in the twentieth century and I think I can promise Dillon and promise the other gentlemen who are so closely identified with the League that tCillimaglr will in the future be always to the front as it was in the old days The principles of the United Irish League I think are admitted by all to- be fair and reasonable As far as I am concerned I see nothing wrong in anyone of those principles and as long as I mi here I will always support the League by every means in my power You know It was started for the purpose of getting the people into the soitof getting the large farms divided among the smaller men without doing arty loss or injury to the big graziers who have been and are making very little use of them We want those large tracts to be divided among those whowere driven from them long ago But we are willing to give justice to the present owners although some of them are entitled to very little tVe are willing to give it to them in order to get back what belongs to the people Probably there will be a lot of meetings tomorrow all around and as our meeting is the first and as it is yetrather early in the morning I think it would be well that itshould be very short and decisive All I have to say is that we promise Dillon that Kiltimagh will ever do its duty and within the corners of Ihe parish will to amau support him and the League I will ask you to allow me to introduce to you our member Dillon and we are proud to have him for our member JohnDltton who was received with a tremendous burst of enthusiasm said that night was a greattand solemn dcca sion They were assembled in the church of the towns stiort time before to celebrate the opening of the twentieth century since their Holy Savior first ordinaryNewJbaubto God forthe blessings which- bad been given to them during theyear lonetry so on tKepreBent occasion they- hundredere asked to look back vera p juduWOUJd 1 j c lf e C E ONE r but D n RUSSELL SectyTreas OLDTIMES V- HISKY IS t THE BUST j SOLDDIRECT DIRECTTO DEALERIN INONE ONEAND ANDFIVE BARRELLOTS AGE AND QUALITYGUARAN GUARANTEED OlD JIMfS DISTILLERY CO OFFICE 126 E Main Street Loulsvlllc Ky TELEPHONR 2856 subjected to persecution which no other country in Europe had been subjected to but they were there that night as strong as ever in the faith of their fathers When they looked back just one hundred years ago they saw their Parliament had been taken from them and the act of union proclaimed What was the history of Ireland since then It was one of persecution First the Catholic religion was persecuted and when their enemies found that persecution only increased the zealous devotion of the Irish people- to the ancient faith of their race then they endeavored to exterminate the Irish people 1 yan abominable system of landlordism that had sweptout of Ireland onehalf of its population But still that day iin the West of Ireland atany rate there was at least a remnant of the Irish race that would never be trampled into the earth or driven from their native land II- It was an interesting and characteristic fact cont need Dillon that now on the first day of the twentieth century when an Iris member of Parliament for the county sate down to address his consul f Min yV fth Cr n otder toLet e earing to come and hold a meeting iat 2I oclock in the morning I hen the police were all in bed Fe had often and in various parts of the world directed the attention of priests to the fact that the true principle of vitality and the welldefined mark and the characteristics of the church in Ireland was that it was inextricably bound up- with the National spirit lIe was there that nightie the County of Mayo which gave birth to the Land League and which had also given birth to the United Irish League he was there with Nation alists who had come straight from the churchwhere they had given thanks for the privileges shared by the church during the past century and who had come from there to take part in the first United League meeting which took place In the twentieth century If they looked back for the last ten years on the history- of Ireland had they not much to be thankful for For ten years the power of Ireland had been paralyzed by discord and dissension but happily before the end of the old century that discord had been closedand they stood there that night a united nation That unity was due to the men of Mayo who two years ago raised in their county the banner of the United Irish League that League which had since spread throughout Ireland which had sent the demon of dissension far from the National ranks and which with the blessing of God would set the nation free before many years of the new enturyhad passed Dillon said he was proud of being the member for their constituency and he was glad that by an accident it had fallen to their lot to have the first meeting in the ne cenlury During the past fifteen- or tweutly years he had attended upward of 500 rungs in Ireland and during that timj fie never saw a breach of the peace Deliberately committed except when it jvas caused by the police there they had no police and consequently they staga magnificent meeting That ueetingTwas a credit to the historic County oMayp and from it would go forth a message of good will and egcour igemenf to the Nationalists throughout Irelaud lint to the millions of the Irish race in America and Australia who were- oncemora rallying to the flag and who when they read of the magnificent meet- Ing would say CO More power to KiltS mlgbi 1ATTLEFIELD STORY Dr CW an Doyle tells this iltortora- Boera an English soldier who lay- vpounddside bysideoa the field of bat tIei tThey had a personal encounter in hichtil sdldierreceived a ballet wound nd the mrgher a bayonet thrust before uifell exhausted oh Vie field The i g vctbeBoera drink put of himand the burgher not to be IdoBf courtesy banded a piece of I exchange In the evening when Mcpccti ve ambulaacei came to Carry off to hospitalltherexIty greetlnfii Good bye MWw what a M Mit g GRATTAN Last Session of the Irish Parlii incut Ono Hundred Years Ago How tho Act of Legislative Union Betraying Ire land Passed Angry Debate Through Long Hours of Day and Night DISCUSSION LASTED EIGHTEEN HOURS The unscrupulous means employed by the English Government through the agency of Lord Castlereagh to effect the destruction of the Irish Parliament and for the act of legislative union with Great Britain upon the people of Ireland were worthy of the infamous purposes in view Although the Grattan Parliament could not be said to be representative of the Irish people inasmuch as no Catholic was permitted by British law to become a member still it was at least a Parliament of Irishmen and with its limited powers legislated for many important interests of Ireland Besides at contained some bril liant and patriotic men who sought to establish justice and religious liberty in the island But Pitt and his Ministers had resolved upon its destruction and in 1799 theproposal of an act of legislative union was inserted in the Kings speech from the throne and forced through the British Parliament in spite of the elo quent remonstrances of Burke Sheridan and other eminent lovers of human lib ertyThe Irish Parliament was prorogued on June 1 and the recess was prolongeduntil January 15 1800 in order to enable Cas tlereagh to organize the wholesale system of fraud bribery and intimidation by which he finally succeeded in securing the necessary majority for the hated measure When the Irish Parliament met on that fateful January 15 scores of new members had been introduced by the creation of new peers and of new bor oughs Titles and bribes of various kinds had been distributed with a lavish band Every scheme known to intrigue and coercion was employed to corrupt a suffi cient number of members to support the Government policy Most intense excitement prevailed all day Grattan lay on a sick bed and was unable to attend Through the long hours of the day and night the angry debate continued The patriots seeing themselves betrayed by one after another who had been tempted by the bribes of st1ereaghpotrcd out a torrent of indig naut protests Attlteeaily dawn a special messenger from Wicklow just arrived in town aroused Henry Grattan from his bed He had been elected the previous night for the borough of Wick low which cost him 12000 sterling and this was the bearer of the returning officers certificate His friends weak and feeble as he was wished him to go down to the House and his heroic wife seconded their appeal- It was 7 oclock in the morning of the lath when he reached College Green the scene of his first triumph twenty years before Mr Egan one of the stanchest intiUnionlsls was at the moment on some rumor probably of his approach apostrophizing warmly the father of the institution of 82 when the striking apparition appeared at the bar Worn and emaciated beyond description he appeared leaning on two of his friends Arthur Moore and W B Ponsonby He wore his volunteer uniform blue with red facings and advanced to the table when he removed his cocked hat bowed- to the speaker and took the oaths After Mr Egan had concluded he begged permission from his scat beside Plunkett- to address the House sitting which was granted and then in a discourse of two hours duration full of his ancient fire and vigor he asserted once again by the divine right of intellect his title to be considered the first Commoner of Ireland Gifted men were not rare in that assembly but the inspiration of the heart the uncontrollable utterances of a supreme spirit not less than the extra ordinary faculty of condensation in which perhaps he has never had a superior in our language gave the Grat tan of 1800 the same preeminence amon lhis contemporaries that was conceders to the Grattan of 1782 After eighteen tours discussion the division was taken when the result of the long recess was clearly seen For the amendment there appeared 90 for the address 188 mem hers The Union majority therefore was 42 It was apparent from tlmfmoment that the representation of the people in Parliament had been effectually corrupted that that assembly was no longer the safeguard of the liberties of the people CATHOLIC UNION MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Union will be held Monday evening at Mackin 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