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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rc 4 WISH 0 VOLUME VINO 13 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 30 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS BUSY WEEK Largo Gains in Membership by the Ancient Order of Hibernians Tlio NwRlttml Now in Posses yi sion of the County Board Enters Upon theTwentieth Century More Prosperous Than Ever NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL BOARD I beenThe past week indeed a busy one in Hibernian circles Divisions 1 2 and 4 holding largely attended and inter esting meetings at each of which the greatest enthusiasm and harmony pre ailed Communications were read from National President Keating and Secretary Uree stating that the order entered upon the new century numerically stronger and more prosperous than ever before in itshistoryThat the leading 1 locallrrtislrbeingevidenced by the made to the different divisions all now being on the hustle for new members This week a large number of applications were received from wellknown citizens among the number being Joe Byrne Mike Sweeney Miles OSullivan John Heuehau Philip Fitzpitrick John Reilly John Hennessy Martin Joyce Timothy McGrath Edward Crowley Timothy King T J Barry Michael Doyle Frank Murphy James Higgins and Andrew Sheehan These gentlemen will be notified of their acceptance and their initiation will be made a special occasion Division Presidents made the welcome announcement that the long looked for new ritual had been received Those who have authority to speak say that it surpasses all expectations and can not but make the meetings the most interest ing and instructive of any fraternal so ciety The County Board are now engaged in making the necessary ar rangements for putting it into effect I ti0a min 11Ionth +++ IjcmP1ir- on will prove a pleasing surprise towarda increasing the membershipTuesday there was a large turn out at the meeting of Division 1 to wit ness the presentation to the members by Secretary Mike Tynan of an excellent large size portrait of Robert Emmet which was ordered framed and will here after adorn the wall of the meetingroom Resolutions expressive of the grief of the members and the great loss to the division by the death of John Greany were reported and adopted amid silence The Visiting Comtnitee reported James English who recently suffered the frac ture of his arm as making progress to ward recovery Wednesday night there was another large gathering at the meeting of Division 4 many being present for the first time in months President John lien nessy presided and his able aid Tom Lynch was given a hearty round of ap plause when it became known that nine out of the thirteen applications pre rented were secured by him Division manyradditions to its roll while President Mee han and others of Division 2 claim they wilt be to the fore soon after the intro duction of the new ritual During the past three months there has been much sickness prevalent among the members but all have received their benefits promptly which has added much to the reputation of this society for good work County President Keenan and the Board of Directors return thanks to the divisions for their assistance in making the recent entertainment the great social success achieved The sum realized will1 be used only for good purposes COURTS AND LABOR Examples Furnished by TwoI Decisions in New York When Congress a few years ago passedI the income tax act there was great out cry on the part of the rich who denouncedl it as class legislation and immediately pealed to the Supreme Court to have iitl declared unconstitutional The proposition that persons in the receipt of an annual income of over five thousand dollars should give a small percentage of thei E income to help defray the expenses o r the Government seems a reasonable one In England and other European countries inlrece1ptinl I the principle that they especial I benefits from the protection governmentl throws round then property Our plutocrats however did not take this view and therefore vociferously clam wed for the repeal of the law by which they were obliged to contribute to the defraying of public expenses It mattered not to them that these expense were largely borne by wage worker who through 4he system of indirect I UxatiUn pay 1DOfethaa th irr o rJ- ul share of the cost of carrying on the government ByR majority of one the Supreme Court decided that the income tax was unconstitutional al though the same tribunal had previously drcidid that it was no violation of the Constitution to make our plutocrats bear their just share of the public burden It was another example of how minutely every law affecting the interests of the rich is examined to find some loophole initAnother example of the same sort is furnished by two recent decisions of the New York Court of Appeals Some time ago the New York Legislature enacted n law that the various municipalities in the State should pay the prevailing rate of wages to those who might be engaged in municipal work The intention was to thus guarantee to men so employed a decent compensation for their work Now the Court of Appeals declares that the provision for preventing wages from being forced down to the starvation point is unconstitutional It also brands as unconstitutional another labor measure which forbide the municipalities of the State to purchase stones for use in their public buildings or other works if it were f not cut or dressed in the State of New York As rent and other living expenses are much greater here than in Maine and Vermont where contractors get the stone cut the law now branded as unconstitu tional was in the nature of a protective mcasurec One of the daily newspapers of New York City noted for its antagonism to labor gleefully declares that the decision of the Court of Appeals means many millions in the pockets of city contractors How much this had to do with the mopingafter for surmise One thing certain is that the interests of the rich as evidenced by the antiincome ruling and the action of the New York Court of Appeals are much better safeguarded in the courts of law than are those of wage workers It was Daniel OConnell who declared that be could drive a coach and four through anyact of Parliament The lawyers who sit on our judicial benches have evidently OConnell ability to twist the law to suit theclass whose influence in the com munity is much greater than that of mill ions of wealth producers The latter however have themselves to blame for this state of things Under our form of government they can fashion constitutions Federal and State to suit themselves They have however not used this power for their selfprotection In the last election we saw Mark Hanna dangling the full dinner pail before them as an inducement for them to vote tali9rastandsproffered bait marched to the polls and deposited their ballots for William Mc Kinley The full dinner pail argument carried the day and installed in power an administration which is under strong antilabor influences- It is a truism that the wageworkers of this country united politically could elect national administrations Con gresses and State Legislatures In time there may be such a union That there is an urgent need for it is amply demon strated by the recent antilabor decis ions of the New York Court of Ap pealsIrish World a JOHN BAKER DEAD PioneerLotterCarrlerExpiresSuddenly Night John Baker one of the most highly respected and best known citizens of the West End expired suddenly Thursday night at his home on West Walnut street Before retiring he complained of a head ache which he thought would pass away but before midnight lie suffered an unex pected stroke of paralysis with fatal results The news of his death Friday morning came as a great shock to his many friends all over the city The deceased was In bis sixtyfirst year and since the close of the war had been in the Government employ being the second longest inf the local mall ser eightIGertrude and Edith and Edward Oscar and Officer Harry Baker John Baker was a devoted member of St Charles church and his loss will be greatly felt by the St Vincent de Paul Society He was a loving husband a kind father and an exemplary citizen and his death will long be mourned ball y who had time pleasure of his acquaintance His funeral will take place from St Charles church with solemn requiem mass Rev Father Raffo conducting the services To the bereaved family we tender our heartfelt sympathy SERENADED Roger McGrath one of the most pop cnuliE Tuesday evening by it number of his friends and several city employes who were accompanied by Scallya band Magerns out saying that all had a merry evening SETTLED The predicted strike of the Kentucky miners will not take place this year An agreement ratiafactoryto all concerned was reached here this week at a confer ence when concessions were made all around the opnratoroagraeiogto employ 1 only members of time miners unicn Thit p1brr was predicted in these columns neveral weeks ago t FINAL HOPE Michael Davitt Explains How Ireland Can Yet Be- Sot Free Dispense With Excisable Art Ides and Save Money to Buy Rifles What Was Possible For Doers Not Impossible For Irishmen CLAIMS THE RIGHT TO BE ARMED The friction caused by the different Irish movements and which has of late been made quite manifest by the policy advocated by Major McBride and Miss Maude Gonne who oppose the policy of the United Irish League has brought forth from Michael Davitt the following interesting letter written in Dublin for the New York World suggesting a policy that if strictly carried out would enlist the approval and aid of the world He saysIt is a right and proper duty to proclaim that Irelands final liberty must be wontor lifersfor freedom The ultimate argument be tween us and our English rulers must in all human probability be force To assert this belief and to act up to it does not require a concurrent attack upon the advocates of home rule The necessary arms for Irelands liberation are not procurred in that way Neither are men of more moderate views con winced that the task of wresting Irish in dependence from England is made easier by first dividing the ranks of Irish Na tionalistsFacts no matter how stubborn have to be taken into account iin every ment It must be borne in mind moveI undeniable fact that the vast majority ofI our people arc disposed to follow their present leaders because they believe like them in the practicability of striving for a limited autonomy whereas they can not see the possibility of itagglnstaby means and chances which at present seem hopelessly out of reach of those of our young men who might re sort to them on a suitable occasion if availableArms purchased by money and not by speeches Let us claim the right to be armed as a people and act up to our contention that it is a right of freemen which we mean to assert No one need be afraid to make that declaration of political faith now It would mean prose cution and imprisonment twentyfive years ago and did to many of us Times have very much changed since then thanks to the men who are thoughtlessly censured by some unreflecting enthus iasts We are priviledged to speak more freely in the Ireland of today than we were in that of the Fenian movement and my advice to the advocates of an organization of force for Irish freedom is this Let the United Irish League and the Irish Parliamentary party do their work in their respective spheres of na tional utility without opposition It is labor necessary and beneficial in the ad vancement of the general cause of Celtic nationhood Two or three hundred thousand people believe in the political service of this moral force movement or it would not exist for long Let it go its wayTake a leaf out of the book of the League Organize a movement of equal strength Say to the manhood of Ireland Every Nationalist in the country spends five times as much money annually on excisable articles of consumption paying duty to the Government of England as would purchase a LeeMetford or Mauser rifle One hundred and fifty thousand such rifles and a few cannon in the pos session of 35000 burghers almost upset tae British Empire in South Africawhen used by MH who have fought for liberty with such weapons but fought unitedly and not in sections Follow their example if you are in earnest Dont give to the English excise in the year 1901 in money for whisky tobacco tea add coffee what would en able you to become the owner of a rifle if saved for that purpose Unless you are prepared to take this stand and to devote your spare money to the purchase of such a weapon rather than to the benefit of the English exchequer do not attack the Irish Parliamentary party in company opponentsTheof advanced principles to pursue is to try and convince the judgment of the week Hags and the doubters that what 300000 of a Doer population have been able to do for freedom in South Africa against the same enemy of national liberty ought not to be an impossible task for 4000000 of people in Ireland backed as there might be by the greater rtlono the 20000000 of their Celtic kith and kin in America and in other lands This is a policy which would snake for union and ultimate access Continued friction and rivalry between Irish Move meaty can only make for continued Briuah domtnatloo U 7 EASTERJSUNDAY Most Impressive Services and Special Music at Holy Crossbhurch The Easter Sunday services at the Holy Cross church West Broadway will be unusually brilliant and impressive Father Cunningham and the ladles of the Altar Society wiH have the beautiful little edifice brilliantly illuminatedand decorated for the occasion and Miss Ada Eschricb the talented organist has arranged a special musical programme Lambilettes Regina Coeli in E flat will be song at the offertory Stoeclins Mass in B flat will jbe rendered by the following well known soloists and sing JSopranosMrsJi Cunningham and Misses Florence Eschricb Katie Smith Ida Sprauer Fannie Inos Emma Kim berger Mamie Oeschli Katie Mulver bill EcketjTenors and John Pfeiffer BassosJoe Mitchell and Tom Burk- eMODERNISCIENCES Father Lambert Will Repeatn His Groat Lecture Tomorrow t The readers of thii paper who attended the lecture of Rev Pather Lambert on Modern Science at St Marys Hall several years ago win be pleased to know that he has consented to repeat it at St Cecilias church tomorrow afternoon If we are to judge by lasti enthusiasm of his hearers when he delivered this lecture in this city and also those who have heard him at St Patricks where for the past two weeks hb has conducted an unusually successful mission a large attendance is assured The subject is one of interest toilespecially when handled by so forcible a speaker as Father Lambert No admission will be charged Instead 4 collection will be taken up by thejSt Vincent de Paul Society who extend an invitation to all to attendJ RECENllDEATHS Matthew MintonjTwell known cooper aged twentynlnj firs died Wednesday night at his hoMjG19k Spring street where he residsrlJSipith Isis father and brothers nifO JtakesAplacee Lids mom1l1g from St A o sns ct5 0Mabel Shea the pretty little daughter of Bert Shea died Wednesday evening at the family residence 319 Ninth street Jeffersonville the victim of dread pneumonia The grief of her friends and rela tives is shared by all who knew her The funeral of Mrs Annie Griffin will take place this morning from St Johns church The announcement of her death which occurred Thursday morning at the family home 862 East Market street was received with deep grief by her numerous relatives and acquaintances She is sur vived by her busband and daughter The many friends of Thomas Lippy a young man well known in the southern part of the city were shocked by the news of his unexpected death Wednesday evening after an illness of only a few days He is survived by Dennis and John Lippy The funeral took place Friday morning from the Dominican church The funeral of John Helleringer who died Monday night at his home 3902 High avenue took place Wednesday morning from the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Couniff conducting the sol emn services The deceased had held the position of warehouseman with the Mat tingly Company and was well known in the West End The funeral of Mrs Johanna Tracy took place Monday morning from the Cathedral where for years she had been a devout communicant The deceased was the widow of the late Patrick Tracy and a sister of Mrs Mary Green 1300 Sixth street Though she had attained the ripe age of sixtytwo years her death is mourned by a wide circle of friends and relatives John OConnor aged seventeen years passed quietly away Wednesday evening at the residence of his father Cornelius OConnor 017 Dumesnll street his death being attributed to consumption He was a young man of good character and much sympathy is felt for the bereaved relatives and friends Ills funeral took place Friday morning from St Lour Burtranda church The funeral of two well known and highly respected citizens of the West End took place frost St Anthonys church Tuesday morning The first was that of Adam Gruber aged seventynine years who died Saturday morning at his residence 2321 West Market atreetwhere he had lived for many years The other was that of Mrs Mary Kramer wife of Henry Kramer who pawed away Sun day at her residence 3031 Bank street Both were largely attended and many expressions of sympathy were heard for the aurviyingrelatlve a Ever since last autumn the French fashion makershaletriedtollaunch their full skirt l Sato favor but as yet the American woman will have none of them TLe thin fabrics together with sonic very enticing model may win her fancy to the styto bowevef u CATHOLIC UNION Lively niul Interesting Business Meeting hold Thursday- Night Dr J W Fowler Rend an Able Paper on Catholic Acadians The Committees Will Submit Important Reports Next Month WILL MEET AGAIN AT SATOLLI BALL The meeting of the Catholic Union Thursday night at St Marys Hall was not only interesting but very instructive and the delegates are more than satis fied with the gratifying results Presi dent Edward J McDermott occupied the chair and all the officers were present After the reading of the minutes Branch 3 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America was admitted to membership making a total of twentysix organiza tions now affiliated Upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee the union vcted to meet regularly hereafter at Satolli Hall on Second street Therefore all delegates will assemble at Satolli Council on Sunday evening April 28 After some discussion it was decided to send two delegates to the national con vention to be held in Cincinnatinext May Dr J W Fowler William M Higgins and James B Kelly were ap pointed a committee to nominate dele gates and report their names at the next meetingPresident McDermott then introduced Dr Fowler who read an able and care fully prepared paper on Evangeline and Catholic Acadians that was listened to with the closest attention The paper was both interesting and instructive and will prove desirable reading in the next issue of the Kentucky Irish American when it wilt be published in full Upon its conclusion the Doctor was warmly applauded by the delegates of the twenty one organizations present Brief but poipledUlslwcrt l made yW hlarv 1 eridan lrres lknrr no r Wili McDonogh William Smith James B Kelly and others Treasurer Stoerr was kept busy receiving funds with which to carry on the work of the union and everything points toward a more aggres sive and successful policy for the future one which will merit the indorsement of the general public Messrs John Crotty Richard Shanley Newton G Rogers John J Sullivan James B Kelly and William M Higgins were appointed a special committee to whom were referred matters that will call for interesting reports at the next regular meeting Before adjourning much business was transacted and henceforth the union will be an important factor in matters relating to Catholic lay interests Other societies are now certain to affilia- teIMPOSING a Celebration of St Patricks Day In Now York City The observance of St Patricks day in New York City so far as the parade was concernedwas one of the most imposing celebrations held in recent years says the Irish World The day was beautiful and bright and large cowds gatheredalong the line of march At an early hour Irish flags were flung to the breeze side by side with the stars andstripes Before the great street parade the vari ous Hibernian and other societies attend ed divine service at different Catholic churchesThe ninth regiment marched to St Patricks Cathedral where a solemn high mass was celebrated The celebrant was Rev William Daly chaplain of the regiment assisted by Rev Father Bader chaplain of the Twelfth regiment and Father Dooley chaplain of the Eighth all of whom served with regiments dur rug the SpanishAmerican war The sermon was preached by the Rev M J Lavelle rector of the Cathedral Arch bishop Corrigan was present in the sine tuaryJust before the elevation of the host the colorbearers and their guards rose standing in a line before the chancel and then at the moment of the elevation that climax of the service they presented arms and remained some moments in that po aition The effect was impressivethes- olid regiment of kneeling men in blue and a single row with two flags standing motionless before the altar As the parade passed St Patricks Cathedral the new Chimes rang out and played number of patriotic airs to the great gratification of the crowds who ap plauded and cheered the chleslustlty Archbishop Corrigan revlewed the parade from the steps of his residence The marches were complimented and applauded all along the route for their filJ4twl1ltaryappeerapce and soldierly inanne The Hibernian Rifleanutabeied 1000 men The divisions of New York CRy dragged with them a splendid em f- 11 blematic float They were followed by the central figure of the pageant Hon John Daly Mayor of Limeric- kFITZGERALD Brilliant Young Attorney Now Exalted Ruler of the Elks Monday evening Louisville Lodge o Elks held one of the largest meetings iin the history of that prosperous organization which now numbers nearly 1000 members The annual election resulted in the selection by acclamation of the brilliant young attorney James J Fitz gerald for Exalted Ruler an honor worthily bestowed Robert A Watson would have been the choice had not his business been such that he could not give his time to the office Robert W Brown who for the past two years had filled the office of Exalted Ruler with honor and success was the recipient of a handsome testimonial in the shape of a valuable diamond studded Elks charm David Hirsch making the presentation speech WILLIAM OBRIEN His Scathing Denunciation of Jury Packing In Ireland The special Parliamentary correspond ent of Reynolds Newspaper gives the following graphic account of William OBriens reappearance at the House of CommonsMy were gladdened by the plain unvarnished truth being uttered in clear and audible tone in the House of Com mons It happened that the Attorney General for Ireland was up and he coolly and smilingly observed in a debate on Irish wrongsand grievances that no man I in Ireland had ever been made to stand aside from a jury in Irelapd because of his religious faith I was just saying to myself the only fitting answer to such a remark when I heard the meditations of my heart put into language Thats add he roared some member from under the gallery Now the other day the Speaker had ruled that members must address the House in English and here he bad Englishgood plain Eng lishas she is spoke in the last train and at bars and places where they drink and talk For once I had heard the truth in the House William OBrien was the chief figure in Fridays debate He had an aniemlinentoft abotiln thousand words on the paper covering generally Irish grievances and he let the House have it in magnificent style He is ill he is worn out he is even emaciated but he is like many of his countrymen an orator The stupid Briton can not understand such a man OBrien has worked and has suffered for the cause in which he believes lIeis absolutely and entirely sincere He is maddened as every Irishman who knows the facts must be by the outrage ous treatment of his countrymen by fat stodgy Sassenachs and he said what he meant with refreshing candor As I watched him pale passionate with wild eyes tumbled hair dragging at his beard waving his arms pouring out his words as a torrentI could not help looking at the fat sleek comfortable Englishman opposite Some stupid Torywhom I thinkgave Mr OBrien the opportunity of making one of the most effective and smashing retorts I have ever heard in the House The honorable member was pointing out what is notorious that no Catho lic need apply for a position as juryman in Ireland He was reading out the names of those rejected in Cork the men told to stand aside and their names were Irish with a vengeance The stupid Tories laughed and then William OBrien lash ed out at them in fine form He said something like this It is easy enough to laugh at the names of these poor Cath olic Gaels told to stand aside from a Cork jurybox but you did not ask them t stand aside when you wanted men to face the music in South Africa Frantic cheering here interrupted him and then Mr OBrien added Unfortun ately they have saved you from being driven into the sea The stodgy Briton looked this way and that He is not ac customed to tell the truth and he too seldom heares it Much more was said on Friday but that facer from William OBrien is the one thing which remains in my memory S S SCALP WOUNDS John Malone who last week sustained a severe scalp wound by being accident ally struck by a flying piece of iron while at work in a machine shop here returned to work again last Monday The injury which necessitated his removal to his home in Jeffersonville wa not as serious as at first supposed al though it was necessary to take fou stitches in the woundS 5 DISASTER RECALLED The terrific atom which did such dam age at Birmingham recalled the fact Wednesday was the eleventh anniversary of the tornado that struck Louisville March 27 1890 when between seventy and eighty persons lost their lives and property was destroyed aggregating over 11000000 Time district visited shows 90 trace of the storms fury now that portion of the city having been rebuilt with handsome reeillenC1llandimpoe1ug building ainoagthenuber being the Sacred Heart church MUST KNOW How Candidates for Legislature Stand on Proposed Labor Measures sfMeeting of the Central Labor Union Condemn the Ordinance Increasing the License Fee for Hucksters SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY EEHIM With nearly one hundred delegate present at last Sundays meeting of thel Central Labor Union much business wa18 transacted the most important of which was the adoption of resolutions submitted Jby William Jacobs of the Amalgamated 1 Street Railway Association The first i instructs the Legislative Committee to formulate questions to be submitted all candidates for the General Assembly bearing upon the labor bills that will ber introduced at the next session There iis nothing partisan in this butthe working theele ri ortipropose f labor and those giving the most favor able answers will receive their support j The other resolution adopted protest JS against increasing t e license fee for S peddlers from 25 to 100 per year OK the ground that it would work a hard jlship to many poor but industrious Lurk sters who at times have no other moan fa of earning an honest livelihood Itiis 1 also argued that the adoption of theg ordinance would greatly reduce the sales of our farmers President Klein presided with dignity 3 and greatly aided in dispatching much routine business though it was necessary to extend the session The following delegates were obligated and seated w Press Feeders George Ditscbtt Plumbers and Gas FittersE A By J water I Tobacco Workers William Messmer The candy makers who were recently J organized will be admitted to member V3 ship at the April meeting f A communication wan read from thftjd State Uramzcr rofrtl rer1 otaane League stating that a branch would organized here in the near future The matter was referred to the Label Committee which will redder its assistance to r the organizer Communications were also read from jl the Erie Central Labor Union appealing I to union men to aid in the fight against j the nonunion Radiant Home Range The Metal Polishers of St Louis all asked assistance in boycotting U Wrought Iron Range Company ofU city Both requests were conduced in The Stationary Firemen requested th assistance of the Central Labor Union jo organizing that craft in Louisville and the United Brewery Workmen called attention to the decision of the late lied eration convention Both matters received favorable action Delegate Mueller entered a protest against the local Barbers Unioa for allow lug a member to play with nonunion musicians The Central Labor Union demands the barbers to compel the party J to act with the Musicians Union or expel him from their organization Belonging to one union and scabbing on another j will not be tolerated i School Trustees Lang and Snodgrf communicated their indorsement oftTilfordWilHams copy book After Treasurer Wathen submitted htreport showing a handsome sum in hidI possession Edward Johnson addresses the delegates on the shorter workday movement to be inaugurated by ithe- o machinists in May Ills remarks were given close attention and an invitation JMi attend an open meeting Monday night was accepted t The laws were so amended that herr after all unions must pay dues During the session there were sever interesting discussions but the questioj of a business agent was not ihtrodua Many of the uuions have special ag and are opposed to paying for shot for the central body which has standi committees that should perform thi duties when called upon Aspecial meeting has been called f Monday evening in the interest oftlocal union of the United Brewery Woe ems and all delegates are urged to i tend The annual election of officers of tT New Albany Typographical Union talk Hours Bow Catley tendered the Presidency willra reunion and smoker bj the Trades Council next week Thl council has been making a steady prog ress a 1 WEEKt 0 Tomorrow will be Palm Sunday during the balance of the week there doubtless be a large attendance at services of all the Catholic chnrcl Special musical programmes are bet arranged for Easter Sunday when ail t Catholic churches will be Brilliant lights and beautified with rare and pret flowers ad plants The number wl will have made their Easter duty tft year promises to Uc unusually larges rn rftyeKENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN iBevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WxX4x4 IAl lU HIGGINS publ1sher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Ktttered at Ute Louisville Postotflco as SecondClass Matter Ultra all Coutnaalcitlonitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street p 1f PRlryrN TRADES COUNCIIi- e6 oorsvit 1 UISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 30 19011 CORRECTION The statement in our column last week that the Hibernians at I tended St Patricks church in a body March 17 was an error Man of the members of that grand old h j Organization belong to St Patrick parish and were present with other Y Lteembers of the congregation to re pbelye the sacrament upon that occa jon not as a society but as Catho JcsThe words the reporter used fWere intended to express satisfac lion over the grand sight witnessed- s is well known no organizatioi r of Catholics observes the laws and regulations of the church more faithfully than the Ancient Orde j f Hibernians and as our repor might be the innocent cause of placing that body in a wrong tight we feel it our duty to make tbe foregoing explanation and correc tionNOW s ENFORCE THE LAW It seems at times as if some one Jnust be killed before law will be jenforced Last week a drove of hogs being driven up Main street our most crowded and busiest thor oughfare frightened a horse left standing unhitched The horse rat kjway and at Third street ran over and instantly killed a telegrapl messenger boy It is against the r ho t1rttle sheep or stock through the streets except Jbetween certain hours at night it Is also against the law to leave a horse unhitched or unattended These laws have been flagrantly Violated to the annoyance of the public and danger to pedestrians fet no one has heard of anyone ing arrested therefon Is it be use a wealthy corporation has a onopolyof the cattle business and other wealthy persons and corpora lions run teams and are therefore rivileged to do as they please regardless of the law the rights and i safety of the people If there is no protection against injury there is however a penalty for damages ttkfter the injury is done and the rents Of the boy should sue the JMty the owners of the hogs and eam for damages and perhaps here will be more regard for the law and the rights and safety of people on our public thoroughfares ereafter The public streets arc either cattle drives nor race tracks fact which some people ignore bad even the authorities seem top Overlook REPUDIATED The Commercial has received an aer humilkting throwdown by Apolitical party As the Repub lean organ it has been twice turned Ipwii by the City Council which is blidlyRepublican Last year when- e Commercial was managed bye odious Gelatts the Council lected the free silver Dispatch as cityi Printer The suspension of tbi Dispatch necessitating the elec Koii of a City Printer for the re ittce of the term the Republican lit ncilbya vote of 21 to 14 se ated the Democratic Post instead ff theRepublican Commercial The Ejection is not now against the- nageeneutof the Commercial for 5oL1 Deitzman though he has his bemies personally was managing Dispatch when it secured the hy printing over the Commercial- t year and the union printers live no complaint against his irian went of the Commercial but the itorial personnel and policy of the n n Commercial are equally if not more obnoxious now than a year ago It was a foolish and costly experiment of the Commercial owners in 1897 when they brought the Gelatt in terlopers to take charge of their paper and it will be a long time even under proper management before the public will forget and forgive them for it The owners of the Commercial have only themselves to blame for the humiliating position of their paper and they are not receiving much sympathy A newspaper repudiated by its party is similar to a fellow without home or country and has about as much influence with the community which seems to regard it as a just retribution for turning faithful home employes into the street to make Way for interlopers from nowhere Except among the factionist there is general regret over the suspension of the Dispatch It iis an industrial loss to the city and deprived nearly one hundred per sons of employment To organized labor it is a serious loss as it was strictly union in every department and was a model1 of fair treatment and prompt payment ofaU em ployes Though in the failure there is a large deficit on Ithe wrong side qf the ledger the manager being the heaviest losers noemploye lost a cent all being paid in full It is rare that business failures turn out in that way and when they de they should be noted and credit awarded those who deserve it The fiXtY112 5t7Pm Y J Manager Stuart with a fully signed tribute of their appreciation of his justice and kindness to them and their regret at severing relations with him A penal institution is a detriment to any community and this isi forc ibly illustrated in the case of Sing Sing N Y a once thriving manufacturing center The census of 1900 shows the loss of trade and manufactures and 1313 population in ten years though other towns and cities throughout New York State show increases The people have secured the change of the name to Osinning in the hope of re moving the hoodoo but as the pen itentiary remains though in the separate corporation of Sing Sing there is not likely to be any relief since the convict competition re mains In most cases this competition has been minimized by being limited to a few classes of manu factures but it is always injurious to the locality a kind of millstone about the neck of any place where located Kitcheners scheme to trap the Boers into a peace treaty did not work It develops it was Kitchener vho proposed the truce conference md presented the terms which Gen Botha regarded favorably but stated he had no authority to accept as they must be approved by he Transvaal and Orange Free State Governments To this Kitch ener agreed and would prepare a formal proposition for submission In the meantime Kitchener consults IvOiidon resulting in modifications very material changes in the termsand this is forwarded to the 3oer officials who promptly and unqualifiedly rejected it So the peace conference ended and there is but little news from the South African war since Englands bluff in China was lalled firmly and in plain language ingland retaining a part of the disputed territory proposed to refer lie question to Count Von Walder see CbmmauderiuChief of the allied forces in China but he de clined to interfere besides Russia refused to consider any proposition until the English trespassers with drew which they finally did and the matter is being discussed be tween London and St Petersburg Russia still holding her ground The ordinance introduced by Al derman Munn providing for the pay ment of firemen who are injured or disabled while discharging their duties now in the hands Of the Fire Committee should be passed by the General Council The com mittee should amend it so ns to in clude the police who are equally as deserving The United States Government has ordered all American troops except a legation guard withdrawn from China If the other powers want to squabble in China they may do so but Uncle Sam is done with it unless American persons property or rights are manaced again There is a scarcity of Boer war news Two engagements occurred last week both in Cape Colony which indicates that the Boers are still roaming at will within British territory England is undoubtedly anxious that Russia should be licked into a cessation of aggressions in China provided she can induce some other power to do the licking There is a lull while the under ground wires are being placed iipI the local political campaign but iitl will be rather warm ere long MILLINERY OPENINGS Next week will be an interesting one to the ladies of this city as the milliner openings take place and promise tc exceed other years in brilliancy anr beauty of display Deft fingers have beet1 busily engaged and inventive minds have been devising artistic creations in the line of new hats and shapes that can not fail to please women of the most exacting and fastidious taste At I Helburn S Cos 335 West Market street neat Fourth there will be displayed all week the most beautiful creations of the milli ners art many being from foreign 1 models lllIffir71 flfH6Ci Last Sunday night the Church of the Sacred Heart Seventeenth and Broad way was crowded to the doors withI hose who came to hear Rev Father Rocks lecture upon his recent European rip Quite a number of clergymen occu pied seats within the sanctuary andl solemn vespers was sung by an aug nented choir The lecturer dwelt principally with Rome as she stands today and many declared it the most interest lug and instructive ever heard Father lock carried his hearers with him from polut to point his word painting holding he vast assemblage spellbound LECTURE AT ST BRIGIDS There will be a lecture at St BrigidsI hurch tomorrow night that will be well vorth going to hear It will be given under the auspices of the St Vincent de Panl Society recently organized by Rev Father Connelly the zealous and Indefatigable pastor As there will be no dtnission the little edifice on Hepburn venue will doubtless be thronged Rev father Deppen has consented to deliver tbe lecture which insures a real Catholic treat for those who attend The proceeds of the collection will be devoted to charitable work CATHOLIC MISSIONS During the past week successful missions have been conducted at St Pat icks and St Aloysius churches in this city and Holy Trinity at New Albany The attendance at each has been most ratifying the number receiving the sacraments being the largest ever known All will close tomorrow at high mass CAUGHT THE PUBLIC The new special train which the Big Four bad here for inspection this week was pronounced the finest ever seen in Louisville Col Sid Gates will now capture all who intend visiting the Pan merican Exposition at Buffalo The ladies all declared the equipment and furnishings lovely DAVITT TO SPEAK IN CHICAGO Michael Davitt has Accepted at invitation to address the United Irish societies att their Lady Day August 15 demonstration in Chicago It is intended to have a delegation accompany him from Ireland Why not take steps now that he way also visit this city- RECOVERING We are glad toaunounce that Capt Mike Cassin has almost entirely recov ered from the sprained ankle which he stained last week while fighting a fire- He is Captain of the No 3 Hook and Ladder Company and ore of the moat popular men in the department Yea thats my wife down in the eel J tchopping kindling How oeetbthappenl Sbes got in idea that shes ft Mcoqd Mi Nation and Im encouraging liar i toJt1 Use MM of tie hatchet n J I SOCIETY IrJ Miss Mae Hughes spent this week In Owensboro the guest of Mrs Riley Mrs D Phillips has gone to Middles boro to visit Mrs O B Hollingsworth R Monarch the well known Owens boro distiller arrived in the city Tues day Frank Nolan of 729 West Broadway returned this week Mia short visit to West Baden Miss Fannie McDonald who has beer visiting friends in Bullitt county arrived home Wednesday Miss Anna McCune and her mother of Jeffersonville visited friends in this city during the past week Mrs Malkemus and children of Clif ton are spending a few days with the Misses Becker on Oak street Miss Katie Short has gone to St Charles Mo to be at the bedside ot hex father who is dangerously ill Miss Ella MpFndden of Jeffersonville left last Saturday for Lafayette where she will remain till after Easter James L Hackett President of the Greenbrier Distillery Company registered in New York City last Wednesday IMrs Julia Stocker and daughter Miss Agnes of Bardstown arrived here this week upon a visit to Mrs C C Roe Miss Annie Nevitt and Mrs Laura Caldwell of Meade county arrived here Wednesday to visit relatives on Broad wayMrs Mary Beirne who hasbeen ill fox the past two weeks at her home 1429 Fifteenth street was yesterday reported much better Master Emmet Fleming has returnee after a very pleasant six weeks visit in Seymour Ind where he was the guest of Miss Nell Jonas t John Heady and wife have returned to Taylorsville after a pleasant visit with the family of J Madras Heady 2901 Montgomery street Miss Katie Riordaif the Fourthavenu modiste is expected home today iron Chicago where she attended the princi pal spring openings Miss Florence Bryan a charming and attractive visitor from ElizaOetlitown was this week the guest of Mrs J W Slack Second street j Mrs Prank Clancy has returned to her- r home in Mt Sterling after a very delight ful visit with Mr and Mrs R E Flem ing West Oak street MartwlIcNallYl the well known fire man wfe s4HJund at the fire at the mettttmuc ra hashis position inthedepartment John Burns the popular manager of the Farmers Home was among the well known Louisvillinns who last week so journed at West Baden Springs Mrs Nannie Dubourg has returned from Martiusville where she spent most of the winter months She is much ben efited by the treatment received there Little Elsie Nilest has recovered from her recent illness She is a charming little lady and the foregoing will be pleasant news to her friends and rela tives Messrs Henry and William Nieder the successful hardware and grocery merchants have returned from a season of rest and recuperation spent at West Baden SpringsWilliam Lynch the wellknown Mar ketstreet dry goods merchant has returned from West Baden where he went for a week of rest after arranging for an extensive spring trade The many friends of Mrs Will Norton of 1442 Second street were rejoiced to see her out again this week after an ill ness that confined her to her home the greater part of the past winter John D Reardou of Eighth and Old Lam streets whose illness at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital was mentioned heretofore has been declared out of dan ger and the news made his many friends very happy Our readers will learn with pleasure of the recovery of James Ratigan from an illness that for a time alarmed his friends He first suffered an attack of gripwhich developed into pneumonia and other complications There Is a quiet rumor going the rounds of the Bridge shops that Thomas Hesslin will in the near future be wedded to a beautiful Indiana girl who possesses a handsome fortune Toms friends are elated over his good luck Miss Celia Laven who spent some time in New York will have an opening beginning Monday and continuing all week when her lady friends will be shown the spring and summer fashions and latest novelties in millinery James Hickey who has been ill at his home 2511 First streetfor the past month was this week taken to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital to undergo an opera lop His friends will be glad to learn that his speedy recovery is predicted There has been a decided improvement in the condition of Miss Dora Shea who has been seriously ill with pneumonia at ier home Seventeenth and High streets and her speedy recovery is now looked for which newt will be bailed with de Ight by her friendtf arelatmv s The many frida John M ONeill he1JtDOflf real ate man who baa iea mat hia on We t Chettuut Jo r TEMPLE THEATER CLOSED HOLY WEEK I MeffertEagle Stock Compan Event INII MM SANS NEI Beginning Easter Monday April 7 VAUDEVILLED- eMora and Gracetta in wouderfu noveltyRichard worlds greatest char acter delineator Matinees at 200 Night Performance at 800 Popular Prices lOc 16c 25c and 35c BUCKINGHAM WEEK 5BcH8aBJSBBB MARCH 31 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Batardi ROBIES BIG SHOW KnickerbockerBurlesquers FIRST TIME HERE SEE TWO BIG BURLESQUE Presenting a score of beautiful girls am a dozen comedians Best vaudeville bil of the season street for the past month will be glad to learn that his condition has undergone n decided change for the belter and bls physicians now predict that he may soot leave the city for a month to obtain the benefits of n change of climate The many friends of Frank Green the genial treasurer of the Temple Theater who has been ill for nearly three week as his home 1113 Sixth street will be glad to know that he is convalescent anll will resume his position at the box office for Easter week THEATRICALS The comedian Smith OBrien will be seen at the Avenue next week in The Game Keeper a fascinating Irish drama Of the romantic type A wealth of beau tiful scenery is used in the production Mr OBrien who is n noted a singer pleases immensely in his ballads The Green Above the Red When Yoi W re Sweet Sixteen The Holy City and other songs The latter is sung in the pretty chapel scene In The Game- Keeper there are pretty love scenes thrilling climaxes a rapid fire of ready Irish wit and plenty of good music Next week being Holy Week the Temple Theater will be dark but the treat of the season will be given the numerous patrons of this popular playhouse the following week beginning Easter ton day when the MeffertEagle Stock Company will be seen in an elaborate anll gorgeous production of Mme San Gene with exquisite costumes and ne scenery The vaudeville bill will also be- first elaJinculll1LP end Gra cetta in their wonderful European nov eltyand Richard Pilot one of the great est character delineators of the day rut next weeks attraction the Bucking ham announces Robics famous Knick erbocker Burlesquers The theatergoer and patrons of this popular resort must remember with pleasurable delight the immense hit this company made here last season and their anticipations fox mother enjoyable feast of fun and laughter will not fall below their expectation iris time as Manager Robie has sur passed all his previous efforts In the first place his company is entirely new from startto finish embracing a brilliant gathering of wellknown and favorite specialty artists and comedians foremost of whom are Bert Leslie the unctuous omedian assisted by the charming comedienne Miss Sophie Leslie Brilliant musical numbers in two burlesques open md close the show The Boston Globe in speaking of this company in its criticisms on the shows last appearance in hat city summed up the popular verdict in three words The best ever PLEASANT RECEPTION Editor Kentucky Irish American- In my rambles around as your collector one day this week cold weary and tired I called upon one of your many subscrib ers Thomas Cleary 124 First street and was received with a Cead mille failthe nd sat down to a dinner fit for a king by him and his estimable Irish wife for rhich I take this means of returning my incere thanks M J MiNOGOK VIEWS AND LECTURE On Monday evening April 8 there wi1- lbea grand exhibition of stereopticon views and lecture at the Church of St hilip Neri Floyd and Woodbine of which Rev Father Ackerman is the alous and indefatigable pastor Those off our readers who attend are assured a pleasing entertainment and a happy vening UNCHANGED Edward Mackey a popular local ban layer who won fame with the Garrys hall been for some time past confined to- his home at Nineteenth and Griffith avenue His many friends had hoped for his recovery long before this but last reports were that his illness was more 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appear in history than Grace OMalley in Keltic usually referred to as Grainue Uiale or Grania Mhaille By herself in address lug Queen Elizabeth of England and by many Irish writers since she has been titled Queen of Connaught In common with the OBriens OConnors OReillys and other kindred septs her ancestors were Kings of Ireland at least three cen turies before the beginning of the Chris tian era and for three centuries after The learned Abbe MacGcoghcgan traces her line back to Conn of the Hundred Battles Ugane the Great and Heremon After many generations it was proper the strong blood in her veins should assert itself again as Irish blood is prone to do as the centuries pass The view one takes of Grace of Con naught necessarily must be according to the source of his information During most of her career she was hostile to the English and sacked plundered and burned their towns along the Irish coast without pity As a result English historians and a few Irish writers who accept their view uniformly describe her as treacherous piratical and murderous The fact that for years the English Gov ernment kept standing a reward of 1500 for her capture dead or alive and that the Irish peasantry revered her as a second Joan of Arc reveals her true char acter As if to add to the confusion during the last hundred years a group of historical novel writers poets and ro mancemakers have risen up giving us various accounts of her to such extent that the real woman is lost in fable and alternately hated or loved accordiug to the writers presentation of her William OBrien recently made her a leading character in his novel A Queen of Men with such result that no one knows which is history and which fiction Following him came Robert Macbray with another historical ro mance Grace OMalley Princess and Pirate written from the English point of view as before him Florence Marryat gave us a wild hysterical account in The Last Queen of Connaught Cas sells Picturesque Europe represents her a daring female pirate in describing the coast of Mayo and other sketch writers of things Irish have treated her little better The poets of Ireland on the other hand have made her wellnigh a saint and heroine The most accurate literary account of her probably can be found in Lawless splendid historical novel entitled Grania Because of this interminable mingling of fact and fiction of excessive praise on the one side and excessive blame on the other of late years several leading men of her blood in various parts of the world have been patiently at work gathering the actual facts of her career To this end old libraries in Spain England lie land France and Italy have been searched and a multitude of ancient Mss examined Titled and untitled OMalleys have been appealed to fur his torical data the State papers in the British Museum have been gone over carefully contemporary Irish histories yet in Ms have been made give up their secrets and those in charge of the matter believe that when the result of their labors is presented in a volume as it will be within the next year the English charge of piracy and murder will be per manently retired Incidentally it may be of interest to state that during the in vestigation referred to a portrait of the celebrated female leader of men has been discovered the same being more than 250 years old Here it may be well to say that Grace OMalley was not the first woman of her blood to win distinction The Annals of the Four Masters state that Mary daughter of OMalley and wife of Mac Sweeney of FanSd was the best consta bles wife in her tlmea constable then meaning one who kept a castle Mary of Fanid died in 1523 and her exploit was holding her husbands castle intact during the whole of a fortnight while it was beseiged by a half regiment of picked British troops Grace herself scarcely performed any deed more worthy of mention although from youth accustomed to scenes of daring and conflict The English State papers assert that she Grainne was daughter of Dubhdara OMalley Lord of Umhall1 This is now shown incorrect She was born in the year 1543 and her father was Owen OMalley chief of the sept She had a brother older than she named Melaghln and several traditions point to a younger brother named Conor While yet young she was married to Donal OFlaherty and had by him three sonsOwen Murrough and Donal Up to this time her life was one of quiet That it did not so remain was purely the fault of English persecu lion Whenever oppression attempts to beat down a dove and instead awakens a tigress surely it ought not complain This awakening came when in 1572 the troops of the English Governor oj West Conuaught treacherously slew her hMRhandirQOt1I1J OItlahertviandtwo pi her soma before per eyes She herself was driven from her cattle of Angliuanc andobliglldttotake refuge among her people on Clara felon where her brother n IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresUeut Tim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick lOll Bank meet- Treasurer John Mulloy I Sergeant at Armsloh Killeen I Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 I Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President Williani T Meehan Vice President rThbmas Camfield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran- DIVISIONS Meets on the First and Third Monday Evenings of Each Month President John Cavanaugh Vice PresidentMichael Hoban Recording Secretary N J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary John Grogan Financial Secretary Thomas Langan 722 Oldham street Assistant John Shaughnessy TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArrns Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall County President P W Kennedy President Din Walsh Vice President John Winn Recording Secretary John Callaghan Financial Secretary James OHara 222 West Ninth street TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President John Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets atHibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph Nevi- nFirstVicePresidentThos W Tarpey Second Vice President Win Lawler Recording Secretary John J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeantJohn Keuney SentinelTimothy Lyons WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Melaghlin was strong in men and ships Thenceforward she became a terror to her enemies Her own fleets were added to those of her brother and to the combined OMalleys and OFlaher ties were added the septs of Gibbons Garvey Conry Higgins Joyce McNally MacDonell and other warlike families She possessed a marvelous genius for or ganizationand in every age Irishmen have been quick to espouse the cause of a per secuted woman It wasknown that she possessed unshrinking courage It is not BO clear why these strong men came to trust in her ability as a military leader The fact is however that they did trust her and her aftercareer proves they made no mistake Within a year she had created a little dynasty of her own in Mayo Clare island and portions of Gal way and Donegal Fate had put itiu her power to rend the hearts of English mothers as her own had been rent And now began a series of reprisals rather disturbing to British nerves Hay ing fortified her castle in Clare Island and Carrigahuile and other strongholds of the OMalleys on the mainland she added cannon to the ships of her fleet and soon began to ravage those towns which the English had established up and down the Irish coast That she plundered them mercilessly is charged and admitted What mercy was shown to her In 1578 she added to the strength of her growing confederacy by marrying Iron Dick the chief Burke of Mayo a man who according to the Four Masters was noted for depredations conflicts marches and valorous deeds Marriage however did not stay her hand Her first sou by Burke TibbotnaLuug was actually born on board ship while she was returning from an expedition against the enemy After four years endeavor against her the English attempted to temporize In 1570 she was invited to a Conference with the English deputy iin Ireland Sir Henry Sydney he who planned the infamous massacre of the Irish chiefs at Mullaghmast With her husband three armed galleys and twoI hundred fighting men she met Sydney at Galway and was offered inducements I and honors to cease the conflict Naturally she consented to peace the honors she refused There is no evidence to show that she broke her compact untill assured of her enemies treachery It was English cunning to stir up Desmondl against her and effect her capture wholly unprovoked in 1677 Desmond held her prisoner a year and a half and after her escape and return fo Clare Island she again began laying w ste the territory ofr bier treacherous lonists It was at hJ8 titne that a grrti t t1 bforcewas- sent down front G ijway under Col William Martin te ipture her dead or aiyeAt tbeaeij tf her retainer oni torch 90h 177D b eonironUd JiartJu w on the walls of her castle of Cam1ahulle and after twelve days Incessant conflict she overwhelmed and routed tbe famous warrior and drove him home For I three years after she was almost contin uously assailed by land and sea by the British forces yet invariably came off victor At the close of 1582 she was in t conrerencclatBurke had seized the Governorship of Mayo without asking permission of Elizabeth of England two years before I I and this must have proved that the revolt was growing formidable Tins Galway conference like its pre decessor was merely an English expe dient to gain time yet by itGrace gained two years of peace The storm was shortly to burst again In 1585 Burke died and soon a series of petty persecu lions once more drove her into open rebellion just as they were designed to do beyond a doubt In the fall of that year the territory of the OMalleys was invaded by an English army led by the chief General in Connaught Sir Nicholas Maltby and the stronghold of Cather tinMatt was captured and burned to the ground much plunder being carried off This was an excellent way of keeping the peace At once tine persecuted woman took up arms but in 1586 was captured by the Binghams who mur dered her oldest son Owen OFlaherty before her face Being ransomed she fled to Ufster by sea was shipwrecked and staid for three months with the great Hugh ONeill and Red Hugh ODonell There is great cause to suspect that at this time she became a party in the movement sanctioned by Pope Gregory XIII and aided by Philip of Spain to crush England through the Armada free stricken Ireland and reestablish the ancient faith Long before in the State papers she was described by Sidney as an intolerable Papist and deep in the crafty designs of all the traitorous priests coming into Ireland out of Spain How ever this may be it is certain that when one vessel of the Armada containing 400 men went ashore in Clew bay in 1588 the Spaniards were well taken care of and this at a time when the English slew their hapless comrades in Galway and Sligo The Mayo chieftains who made their peace at Galway in 1589 Tibbot Fitzgibbon Robert and Teige OMalley and others were pardoned on condition that they should lI at once deliver to Lord Deputy Fitzwilliam such Spaniards Portugalls and other foreigners of the Spanish fleets as are now among them II In this pardon Grace was not included since we find her harrying the English settlers out of Arran in 1590 In 1591 in command of twenty ships she repelled a threatened Scottish Protestant invasion of her territory and chased its members from the mainland out of Connaught The next year she chastised the people of her son by Burke for siding with Bingham Having thus brought the British to terms for the third time and punished several lesser traitors it appears she was finally granted her own terms of submission and accordingly made peace This last seems to have been based on condition of a treaty made with Elizabeth in person since evidently she was distrustful of the Queens paid agents De claring that she would not hold herself bound unless the terms of the English monarch were just she set out with twelve armed galleys and accompanied by two hundred fighting men to arrange with Elizabeth in London at the latters invitation in 1593 Historians poets romance writers and others have had much to say of this visit The Annals of Four Masters say that Grainne was A dark lady tall and com manding Tall enough she was indeed but scarcely dark Lodge asserts that she was quite six feet high grayeyed fair and with long hair auburn in color When Elizabeth offered to make her a countess she declined to accept alleging It is impossible for you to do so since I ant your equal in rank This statement is one attested by the State papers It was rather a bold thing to say to Elizabeth However peace was agreed upon and thereafter Grace Queen of eon naught was not further molested In 1595 she again visited Elizabeth in the interest of the people of her Irishry and returning by way of Dublin called at Howth Castle Being denied audience because Lord Howth was at dinner and the gates shut she seized his son and heir and carried him off to Mayo yield ing him back only on condition that the gates of Howth Castle should never again be closed at meal time It is stated the promise then given has not since been violated by any heir of Howth Tradi tion has it that about 1590 after a life full of storm and sorrow she retired to a convent on Clare Island and dwelt with the nuns until tier death in 1601 in the fiftyeighth year of her age The foregoing is in brief an exact transcription of the facts in the career of the famous last Queen of Connaught a smuggler who was according to the re port sent home by Viceroy Sydney a notorious woman in all the coasts of Ireland Was she not more sinned against than sinning Bingham in reporting atnotable traitress who has been the nurse of all the rebellions in the province for thirty years II The statements here presented are taken from unimpeachable records and can not be disproved Was she a pirate a murderess or a traitress Her crime was that she was Irish and strong instead of weak and Catholic in stead of Protestant and a thorn in th side of England for a third of a century She lies buried in the ancient abbey on Clare Island builded by her ancestors in 1224 On her tomb is inscribed the motto of her race Terra Marique Potens sur mounted by the galley in action thel fierce boar the three bent bows and overall tbe crest of the flying horse Crest and shield and motto she at least did no dishonor them PatBR R JOYCE Johnny said the St Louis mother I want you to quit using that low vul gar language Whyji jnother replied Johnny Shakespeare Mid what J just quitaaeociaUnginot a fit companion for you d hio SPECIAL OPENING PflTTERN fWTS fiND BONNETS New effects in millinery will be exhibited at our spring opening which takes place Monday April 1 and continues during the a entire week We desire to notify our pat rOllS that we are directly opposite our former location IHELBURN CO 335 West Market St Near Fourthi Jp Stairs Over English Woolen Allis StoreII I One Door West of the Big 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 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Telaphpna 384 248 West Jefferson Street IflkMi Mmli M bs 0 f 1pwti e FQ rCfHN F OERTEL BUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY a BEA11 unOtMM Nd3E Telephone W 9LOWSYILL 0V1O4 sto Avenue Eajj o r IRELAND Record of the Most Important o the Relent Events Culled From Exchanges I Influential citizens of Cork are project ing a large exhibition for the coming summer and the idea is warmly espoused by all classes The Lord Lieutenant decided that lb Claw must take its course in the case o John Toole confined in Mountjoy priso under sentence of death At the monthly meeting of the Omag- Urban Council Robert McCormick o Omagh was elected by eleven votes t eight given for James Magill of Strabane At the last meeting of the Cork Unitedi Trades a splendid gold watch was pre seated exPresident Kiely by his fellow members who appreciatedl his conduct or affairs during his term of office The Waterford Town Council at its monthly meeting passed a resolution oE protest against the Kings accession oath proposed and seconded by Alderman Ward and Councillor Fisher both Pro testantsAt meeting of the Belfast Cit Council recently the Lord Maryor pre seated the Rev Father Lowhnm with the medal and certificate of the Royal Hu mane Society in recognition of his bravery in rescuing a woman from th Clonard dam At the last meeting of the Armagh Urban Council Michael Donnelly presid ing it was decided to present an address of welcome to Cardinal Logue on the occasion of his return from Rome The Protestant members of the Council with drew without voting On Sunday evening George Doyle be longing to Dalimount Derry one of the men who were injured in the explosion which took place on the Burtonport railway extention at a place called the Gap of Barnes some miles from Letterkenuy died in the City and County Infirmary DerryThe district around Drogheda is one of the best fruit growing centers in Ireland though the industry is yet only partially developed We are glad to notice thatt a local syndicate has been formed withi the object of having the business carriedlI on in such a manner as will insure muchI more satisfactory results The exHigh Sheriff of Limerick Sir Thomas Cleve JP added a valuable gold link to the chain of office before transferring it to his successor James F Barry The medal is shamrockshaped and on both sides of each leaf are inscrip tions recording some of the chief events which occurred during the two years which Sir Thomas filled the office John Barry of Beeles Hill an employ e of time Cork Steam Packet Company was found in a furnace of the steamer Ken mere roasted to death The Coroners inquest developed that he had been suf located while cleaning the boilers our repairing the steauies furnace Decease was a popular character in Cork where he was best known as Tommy DoddIDuring an inquest on the body of child which died from shock followiu on burns accidentally received at its I fathers house 13 S Finnigan the Bel fast City Coroner told the jury that they could form no conception of the number of these cases which were treated in the hospital lie read a long list of fatalities from burns 80 per tfent of the cases being children The grand jury of the County Clare at the Ivtinis assizes pasted a resolution expressing the opinion that Parliament should take immediate steps to abolish or materially modify the oath of accession dealing with the Catholic faith as it is not in keeping with the spirit of the age and was justly viewed by their Cath olic fellowcountrymen as offensive to themselves and insulting to their re1igionII The County Mealh spring assizes were 1 opened at Trim Justice Andrews sitting 1 in time Crown Court and Justice Barton in 1 the Record Court Justice Andrews addressing the grand jury said that thett county was peaceable and free from agra rian crime Offenses of drunkenness 1 had increased since last assizes and areJJ forum in the licensing laws was necessary I which would not he believed be opposed by the licensed vintners of the country The cases at hearing were of no public interest 1 At the March meeting of the New Ross Urban Council the removal of the f Daubeny fountain from the Tholsel square to make room for the 08 monu I ment was under discussion After a long and angry discussion the proposition 1 that the fountain be not removed was put to the meeting as well as an amendment that the matter be submitted to theii electors of the town The Chairman I after the amendment bad been carried put the proposition and declared that f carried also- Justice i Johnson opened the Kings 1 County assizes at Tullauiore and in addressing t the grand jury said the only case the crown could find to bring against I the stainless character of the county atii the first assizes and the first year of theii reign of Ling Edward VII was tbeI larceny of Quintans ass laughter But for that solitary case he would have hadI the privilege of being presented with a pair of white gloves The grand jury threw out the bill which ended the busi J tress of the crown court The County Clare sashes were opened by the Lord Chile Justice who addressing I l the grand jury said lie was informed by the constabulary authorities that there was a marked improvement in the state of the county lie was not however ihi uponitsevicted farms fortyseven of which were derelict time rest being worked on behalf of time landlords he believed in a IbAt1wtktheectdnnsUeven persons receiving pedalI police protectkra twentyseven being protected biPOJtro18aQd ten receiving coif Nut policcYprotection n r Of faftiiji FUR YOUR BOYS CONFIRMATION SUITtlmSEE riiEVYBROS ALLWOOLFASTCOLOR h FASTCOLORGUARANTEED GUARANTEEDGOODS FROM 3yUP TO- e 15 j m+ ttti Wtftimmm 180 THEN WHY DONTYOU TIRED CET A CASSTOVE Its a Womdns Best Friend In an Age of Woman- i for it is the foe of Dirt Danger and Drudgery 1No more dampers to regulate no morn enervating heatno more coal to lug from the cellarco more weary kindling ef firesno more soot to wipe away QO more ashes to carry away LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY WILL MOVE Hibernians Arc Now After Store OonmtOtlfus anti Bet v 1e JrRU 1rt fF jh It Time DlvisionsJMiist Soon Decide CoursegofAction e Mnjority Seems to Favor Con tinuing JVith the Hall Board if PRESENT LEASE EXPIRES IN JULY tThe Hibernlatikof Louisville are now considering what will be the best policy to pursue in tht future regarding the renting ora note commodious hall or the purchase of a building that will meet their requirements For several years they have had a beautiful hull on Market street between Third and Fourth which they have fitted up in an elegant and expensive manner Their lease expires in July and as the owner of the building has placed it on tlje market for sale they will have to vacate This hall has been maintained and Used by all the divisions being managed and controlled by a hall board composed Q f business men from That they have faithfully per formed their duties is demonstrated by the fact that everything in time two halls has been entirely paid for with a hand some cash balance left in the treasury besides returning to the divisions halt the sum originally appropriated For some time there has been a grow ing sentiment favoring the purchase of permanent home for the order and the question has been discussed at meetings for months past Now the time for defin rte action is near at band the members must decide whether they will con tinue together as heretofore or separate Divisions 1 and 2 favor the present plan of remaining united and all meet fag at one place as heretofore and Division twill vote upon this question at its next meettngVec1nesdaynight many were heard to express themselves as satisfied with the f present arrangement while sonic objected became the larger part of the expeiiee was borne by the Limerick men toourreporlellltmbers of the Hall Board stated thattthey now possess every thing necessary fore the furnishing of a larger and better Wall which when occu pied would bring iu better returns and thus allow a gnat reduction in the per capita arpessntent now levied The advsMagtof having a hall controlled exclusively by the order is ape parent to all M next best to having a home oIlits own ami Trout present indi cations the day hi toot for off when the Irishmen of l uMUc will have a build Uttt- i sgla 7 IlYaleirm- Itik fanny tlMtfrTOM should be so tall Your brother tW monist is short isnt litHe ni n sbsraUyMYcs HStwlly J + n HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Remember the euchre and dance to be given by Division 4 Mike Tynan knows how to attract the members to meetings Division 4 will hold a special meeting Sunday afternoon April 21 Joe Byrne and Mike Sweeney will add much strength to Division 1 The next social session of Division 1 will be worth going miles to see John Cavanaugh and Thomas Downey helped swell the funds of Division 4 Wednesday evening The prevailing sentiment is that the divisions remain united even though the cost be more for the present The County Board at a meeting held at Springfield Mass decided to hold its annual field day at Holyoke on July 4 Dennis Sullivan James Hourigan Richard Naughton and James Harris aU members of Division 4 are still on the sick list James Whelan made a hit and was given an ovation Wednesday night Besides being a dutiful Hibernian he is a dutiful father Division S will hold an important busi ness meeting Monday night at Carroll S Nelligans Hall awl all members are urged to attend Division 4 of Albany N Y will cele brate its twenty second anniversary Easter Monday night with a public re ception and ball The members of Division 41 arc glad that John McKlliott Pat Fitzpatrick Charles Callahan and Pat Gilligau are again able to resume their vocations Division G of Woonsocket R L at tended mass at St Charles church and received holy communion in a body March 17 With the Ladies Auxiliary a reunion was held in the evening when the memory of St Patrickwas honored in song music and speeches Now that the St Patricks day celebration is still fresh in the minds of the par ticipants with all returns in and expenses paid a few words of praise for the County Board of Directors should be in order All who had the pleasure of at tending Macauleys Theater say it was the most enjoyable affair in their memory and surpassed any similar affair ever wit nessed in Louisville The credit for this was due entirely to the ability of the County President and Board of Directors and the assistance reudered by county officers and the Kentucky Irish American were also of great value The Providence Visitor states that St Patricks day of this year will long be remembered in Rhode Island Thousands turned out to see the parade of the differ ent Providence Irish civic and military organizations which appeared with full ranks The Hibernians were time largest factor and made a splendid slowing Long before the head of the line reached the Holy Name church Camp street was thronged with a vast assemblage of peo ple As the parade entered the church the choir sang Hail Glorious Apostle The beauty of the high altar was in creased by the addition of ferns and flowers and the pulpit was adorned with a cross of real shamrock Rev J C Walsh pastor of the church preached the sermon In opening he said The memory of him shall not pass away and his name shall be in request from tion to generation Members generaIIAncient and I may well add Order of Hibernians and kindred organizations here present I bid you in my name and in the name of my Caed Mille Fatlthe We peopleIIdemonstrations as these front time to keep alive the spirit of faith the perfection of morals and the fire of pat iriotism When these cease which God forbid lemonstrationsIIIreland will IMJ unworthy ImittII land the gem of the sea and to reverence the cross and honor the little green sham irock that the saint has made as immortal as the people The speaker then spoke of St Patrick his bloodless conquest of = Ireland to the faith the enduring quality miSSionIaries upon her she like the Divine Master being condemned to undergo trials and torture for time faith Her garments drip ring with the blood of martyrs and pat riots she was often down but never conquered For 700 years priests and people have stood together In conclusion God bless you and spare you to many an other St Patricks day Settlers add HomeSeekers Excursions I the West North and Northwest 1011 IThe Monon Route will sell very rate oneway settlers tickets from Louis fd yule on every Tuesday until and inroad ing April 30 to points in Arizona British Columbia California Colorado Idaho Manitoba Minnesota Montana New Mexico North Dakota Oregon Utah and Wyoming also roundtrip home Iseekers tickets on every other Tuesday from April 5 to June 18 inclusive which will be good to stop west of the first hOUle eeersexcurslon point for fifteen w days from date of sale going and limited Etllrnl1Columbia Colorado Idaho Iowa Mani rtobalMInl1e8ota Montana Neimraska rNew Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wis Eofwill meet Louisville passengers at t Ecarsamid map and timefolders will be fur IsUed by B H Racal D P Aj Monon EeuteLatisvilleKv Y EBoltenne fabrics rare very much worn =Tlteyahow a sort irf corded stripe this eayribothin straffbt au4 Curved Ines 1ia also chine ttowerludedgnI How Are I Your 1 Teeth I IIfthey need attention there is no better place to fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental1 Parlors I 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors C44 FOURlII ST r T L JEFFERSON 4 CANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTINGATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party DRINK Hpfbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVING CO ANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 462 LOUISVILr rCY ggE Ilfl Ii I IC tfIlf ilEllgi IE aIIK1 lE EEg t II lOran W Smiths 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