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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN T VOLUME VIINO 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS GRATIFYING Ancient Order of Hibernians Report Another Prosper ous Year r 0 Membership Increased and All Divisions Have Good Treasuries Annual Meeting Tuesday Night Transacts Important Business SOME WISE SUGGESTIONS SUBMITTED The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held their annual meeting Tuesday night at Hibernian Hall with representatives present from every divis ion The reports submitted by Secretary Will Meehan and Treasurer John Mulloy were most gratifying to the delegates present showing as they did a substantial growth in membership during theI past year and a handsome increase in the financial resources of all the divisions County President Tom Keenan presided over the last session of the old board which had little business to transII act other than submitting reports of theJJ past years work and the financial stand ing of the order in Jefferson county TheII reports were complete in detail and gaveI general satisfaction to all When thistt business had been completed the old board adjourned siue die having per formed their duties faithfully amd wetlII The new board was immediately called to order by County President Keenan who installed Messrs John Mulloy Newton G Rogers and Peter J Cusick I representatives of Division 1 Upon motion it was decided that the County Board of Directors should con sist of seven members as heretofore all of whom had been reelected by their divisions There had been some doubt as to the number required by the con stitution and this action disposes of the question until the national convention The County Board congratulated the old Board of Directors upon the work done during the past year which was the most successful in the history of the I order in Louisville To their efforts are in a large measure due the splendid t numerical and financial standing of the order They had also secured the beauti ful new hall and paraphernalia for the exemplification of the new ritual and besides had visited and encouraged the divisions as had never been done before The County President who holds office for two years announced that the next f business would be the election of officers 1 which resulted in the selection of the following to guide the destinies of the organization for the next year president Thomas KeenanJJ Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording Secretary William T Mee banTreasurerJohn Mulloy Board of DirectorsThomas Keenan 1 Thomas Dolan William T Meehan John t Cavanaugh John Hennessy Jerry Halla han John Mulloy County President Keenan then de livered his annual address thanking the County Board the divisions and iudivid ual members for their cordial and hearty I support in the past The divisions wereII all in a flourishing condition and he I urged those present to continue their efforts to increase the membership which I he hoped would double what it now is before the assembling of the next national I and State conventions His remarks were well received and the expressions t heard on all sides indicated that I the wise policy pursusd during the past year will be continued State Secretary James Coleman wasII introduced and delivered a timely address I making wise suggestions to the board and urging all divisions to promptly notify the County President when initiations will take place thus enabling him to select in time the team to confer the degrees There are two degree teams and notification will be necessary in order to avoid confusion The subject consolidation of all the divisions was the subject of protracted and animated debate The divisions andI membership are about equally divided on the question and there are many wboI while they oppose one division would cheerfully vote for two The whole matter was finally referred to a special committee composed of Messrs WillI Meehan Newton G Rogers and Joe P McGinn who were instructed to visit all the divisions with the view of learning the reel sentiment of the membership large after which final action will betaken and the whole question settled for some time to come Regarding the annual celebration nothing definite was done Alt theI members seem to favor a reunion andI picnic but action was deferred until the next meeting when the Auditing Com r mittee and other special committees submit their reports The County Board of the Ancient Orof Hibernians as now constituted is an able and Influential body of men and it wiltbe a matter of surprise and regret if they do not succeed in increasing the usetslussl and power of this noble order Two Clip of sugar onehalf cup of w bttiUr one cup ofaweetmUktlwocupe of ftour au of cortuUrcb white of u r rsapo rI seven eggs beaten stiff two teaspoonfuls of baking powder Stir the butter and sugar to a cream sift the flour and corn starch together add the eggs last Mix in an earthen vessel and flavor with lemon This makes a fine cornstarch cake I ENJOYABLE RECEPTION Mrs John J Reilly Entertains Limerick Democratic Club The members of the Limerick Demo cratic Club were last Friday night given a reception by Mrs John J Riley at her residence 711 Oldham street that for pleasure and hospitality surpassed any ever before recorded in that section of the city The charming and goodnatured hostess is the wife of Corporal John Riley and among those invited were a number of his fellowofficers The club is composed of prominent and energetic young men of Limerick who have now voted Mrs Riley their patroness All the guests entered into the spirit of the occasion and the beautiful moon light added much to the jollity that pre vailed The hostess was assisted in re ceivingby Miss Katie Clark whose artistic rendition of several difficult piano solos won for her much praise Officers Tom Mulverhilland James Kinnarney two of the very finest were the star actors of the evening creating much mirth as did also Jim Ross and Sergeant Will Wales During the evening songs were sung by Capt Schneider one of the guests of honor whose rendition of The Honeysuckle and the Dee was pronounced the hit of the evening and the Riley brothers John Dave and William Others who contributed to the merry making were Officer Jim Murphy Steve Read James McKernan Dennis Reardon and John Hennessy The company was servedwith a bounteous collation on the lawn and the merriment was there kept up until the moon dissappeared I INJURIES ARE SERIOUS John OSullivan Run Over While Unloading a Freight Car John J OSullivan for many years a respected and valued employe of the Louisville Nashville railroad was run over by a car Thursday eveningand sustained injuries which may prove fatal Shortly before 6 oclock he with a number of others was unloading a car and had but a few minutes more to work While thus engaged he was knocked down and run over by a car which a switch engine was backing on the track adjoining and when picked up by his fellowworkmen it was found that OSul livans arm had been torn to shreds The ambulance was summoned and the unfortunate man at once removed to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital where Dr George Griffiths amputated the injured member Mr OSulli van is fiftyfive years old and resides with his family at 023 Dumesnil street On account of his age and the loss of blood his condition was regarded extremely critical when last reports were received PICNIC AT FERN OROVE Next Saturday August 10 the em ployes of the CourierJournal Job Printing Company will give their second an nual excursion and picnic to Fern Grove on the steamer Columbia leaving the foot of First street at 0 a m and 2 pm A band of musicians accompanies each boat and an abundance of refreshments will be on hand The great majority of the CourierJournal employes are young people who know how to provide a good time for their friends The employes of the other printing offices have been invited and there will doubtless be a large and jolly crowd The tickets Ire only twentyfive cents children under twelve years being free- HAYRIDES I POPULAR Recently there have been a large number of hayrides by young people of this city the destination of many being Ken wood Pork whose genial proprietor Charles Schuck grants special privileges on all such occasions Connected with this pretty place is a very shady park where private outings may be enjoyed during the week free of charge Ken wood Park is at the end of the Third street car line and is well conducted only the better class of people being admitted I DEAD FROM HEAT Patrick MulloyweU known and aged resident of the West End was one of the victims of the recent hot spell He was overcome Sunday afternoon and I expired an hour later despite the efforts of several physicians The deceased was employed at Vogts machine shopand leaves four grown children His funeral took place from St Patricks church being very largely attended FINISHED TilE JUBILEE Last Sunday at St Williams church 250 persons finlseed their jubilee which closed for the Catholics of this diocese on Wednesday Father Murphy has begun the erection of his residence near thee church and feel greatly encouraged by the kfodly treatment he iit receiving on Hide J J u d UNITED LEAGUE New Branches Are Being Con stantly Organized Through out Ireland Successful Meetings and Large Attendance at Hacketstown and Grossaklel Emancipation From Landlord ism Can Not Be Much Longer Delayed ULSTER FARMERS JOIN MOVEMENT On Sunday last a yery successful meet ing was held at Hacketstown on the confines of Carlow and Wicklow to establish a branch of the United Irish League The attendance which was large and representative was drawn from both counties and constitutes a striking evidence of the revival of political en thusiasm and of the quickening of the national spirit which in many districts of Leinster has manifested all too few signs of healthy activity during the past few years On the motion of Laurence Drennan Rev Father Ramsbottom was called on topresideThe Chairman who was warmlyreceived said they had come to gether to establish a branch of the United Irish League That was the first occa sion upon which he had ever taken any public part in politics and his action was easily capable of explanation During the past few years there was little to en courage any one to interfere in Irish pol itics and even during the past year events had occurredwith which they did not all agree So that it would not have been difficult for him if he had been so inclined to have discovered an excuse for his absence that day But he was a strong believer in the unity of priesU and people and as they had expressed a desire to have the United Irish League established he felt it his duty to come there and assist in forming an organiza tion to afford moral and material support to the Irish party Without an organiza tion at their back it would be impossible for the Irish party to give the constant attendance in Parliament which was required in the interests of the country and judging by their record this session under the able guidance of John Redmond they were men wothy of all the assistance which it was in the power of the Irish people to bestow Nicholas OToole D C proposed the following resolution That inasmuch as nothing can be gained for Ireland without organization and agitation we hereby establish a branch of the United Irish League and call upon all National ists in the district to enroll themselves as membersJohn Lyons in seconding the resolu tion urged upon the farmers the import ance of sustaining the organization of the Irishparty if they were anxious for com pulsory purchase Now that the Ulster farmers under T W Russell had joined in the movement it was impossible that the day of final emancipation from land lordism could be long delayed The resolution was put to the meeting and unanimously adopted- D W Harbinson who was well re ceived said it was a truism in Irish pol itics that unless a vigorous agitation was sustained by a powerful organization the Irish party could not make their power properly felt at Westminster- A successful public meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was held in the Fair Green at Crossakiel County Meath Contingents were present from several of the surrounding dis tricts and the Kells brass band and the Killallon fife and drum band attended and played national airs Patrick White the Parliamentary representative of the constituency and Lawrence Grinnell traveled from Dublin for the purpose of attending the meeting and both were very warmly received Half a dozen members of the Royal Irish Constabulary were present and some of them took notes white the speeches were being delivered Patrick White M P who was warmly cheered addressed the meeting P F Maguire of Kelts who was warmly received next addressed the meeting He said Mr White had been a constant attendant in Parliament and had done his work well there in striving to put out of office the worst Government that had ever ruled Ireland He claimed the support of the people of Ireland for the United Irish League because it aimed at securing the legislative Independence of Ireland at abolishing land lordism and establishing peasant proprie torship and at securing for the agricultural laborers fair play and a chance of themIatheir forefathers had been evicted Laurence Glnnell and Patrick Carpenter also addressed the meeting Q HONOR PEKE OIIAULT Edward Fitzpatrick of Kentucky has prepared a magazine article showing that at eat onehalf the wen who followed IIeXpeditlOl1Icennea greet t BritUh in the eighteenth century were Irishmen and Catholics The article u o I moreover contains much authentic data with regard to Pere Glbault the patriotic priest through whose efforts almost solely the States of Indiana Illinois Michigan and Wisconsin were brought into the American Union i J It is a matter for tag et that so little nowadays is said of Pere lbautt and the great work he accomplished In his now famous novel Alice of Ojd Vincennes the late Maurice Thompson a nonCatho I heroIand one or two school diana do him justice yet for the most part his services remained unrecognized If justice were done by the people of that great section he would have a monument There is no doubt he deserves one as well as Pere Marquette yet the politicians go on putting up monumentsf to men of their own kind and even memory of Pere Gibaults deed is dying but Why does not the great Catholic Northwest come to the front and see that hisTfame is secured in bronze or stonefCatholic Telegra- phENTERPRISING 1Pat Henchy and Joseph Grau1 man Head aNew Flrm 1 Main street will soon have another wholesale house that promises to add largely to Louisvilles volume of busi ness Pat Henchy and Joseph Grauman for tuany years two oUthe head men with the RobinsonNorton Company and James Doyle the IcadiugSdry goods merchant of Morgaufield with William Cross and Price Middleton both prominent in the dry goods world have leased for years the building now Occupied by Mc Cord Wright on Mal street and will this fall open with the largest and most complete line of notions and ladies and mens furnishings to be found in this market They are possessed experience and practical business ability and it is their intention to conduct the largest business of this nature fin the Southwest Messrs Cross and Ilenchy were seen this lreporterThere deal they said We have ample capital and excellent Eastern conventions and all of us are hustlers We believe we have the strongest combination on the street We are all men over forty years of age all men of family and good habits We have each had thorougbiexperience and we mean The combination is M strong one and should be very prosperou from the start I FAIRJNIOORE Next Great Exposition Will Be Held on the Banks of the Lee The following particulars relative to the great international exhibition which it is proposed to hold in Cork Ireland next year are at hand The donations toward the funds have been pouring in very generously since the matter was first mooted some three months ago and the latest development of the scheme is the selection of a site known as the Mardyke which extends for more than thirty acres in a spot very beautiful by nature and within the city limits The River Lee will intersect the grounds and the service of electric tram cars will bring visitors right up to the scene from the various termini in the city From the point of view of the exhibitors the place is suitable and for side shows such as the water chute switchback railroad shooting jungles and other minature forms of recreation it is excellent It iis thickly wooded and the RiverLee at this point is clear and placidIt intended to attract as many visit ors from the United States as possible and the transatlantic carrying companies are beingapproached with a view to getting special fares for intending visitors to the exhibition The com panies have also been interviewedwith regard to facilities for intending ex hibitors RULE FOR CONVERSATION Here is a good rule for conversation with others Never tell a person any thing which others have said of him of his doings or possessions which you think will not give him pleasure There is of course an exception to this rule when you feel it an imperative duty to state an unpleasant thing to another for his substantial good but in that case you ought to approach the subject so cautiously and speak of it so tenderly as to show him beyond a question that it is a positive pain to you to be a cause of his discomfort Never call it frank ness never look upon it as a playful way of speaking for you to blurt out to him your own or other peoples opinions which are likely to lessen his enjoyment in the thought of wtjat he is or of what he has done There j is a great deal of cruel unkindness in this line on the part of those who would never dream that they could properly be called cruelly unkind d- ST PATRICKS OUTINO The arrangements for the sixth aunuall outing of St Patti ks congregation at Fern Grove on MOB lay August 19 are about completed ad everything indi cates the largest aw jolliest crowd of the season on that x salon The amusement features wibe numerous and I novel and those vri fail to attend will I nib ft greet day a ft u J = L I q ONE HAPPY DAY Such Will be the Irish Ameri can Reunion and Picnic A Spirited Meeting and Much Enthusiasm Aroused Thursday Reunion Committees Will Meet AgainWednesdayNight ANOTHER LEASE OF HIBERNIAN HALL The regular meeting of the Irish American Society last Thursday night was presided over by President Nevin who appeared highly pleased with the unexpectedly large attendance The proceedings were lively and more genu ine Irish enthusiasm was manifest titan for some time past All reported great interest being taken in the reunion and picnic to be held at Rivcrview on Mon day August 19 and predicted an enormous attendance After the reading and reference of ap plications the Membership Committee reported favorably upon M J Carroll who was unanimously elected a member Sergeant al arnns John Kenney was reported still ill at his residence on Sec ond street and the members and a special committee were requested to visit hint Mr Kenney has been an indefatigable worker for the IrishAmerican Society whose members miss him from the meetings The question of permanent quarters was at last settled Thomas Claire who was Chairman of the special committee submitted a report naming the various halls and terms upon which they could be secured and upon motion it was unanimously voted to accept the terms offered by the Hall Board and continue to meet in Hibernian Hall on the first and third Thursday nights each month Michael McGillicuddy was elected As sistant Financial Secretary to Joe Byrne who has done more real work for the society than any dozen members Quite a number paid the advance assessment and the members were elated over the reportofwTreasurerKeenanwhastatedthat in the treasury than ever before President Nevin M W Murphy Secretary Flynn Mike Francis Tom Keenan Thomas Claire and others made red hot talks in which they scored those who were negligent of their duty as mem bers contrasting the action of their countrymen in this city with those of Chicago St Louis and Cincinnati Sec retary Flynns remarks were humorous and caused great laughter He called attention in a forcible manner to the bad effects resulting from members ab senting themselves from meetings and urged all to hereafter attend and enter heartily upon the work of making the picnic a great success The speech of M W Murphy was given close attention and contained many good suggestions He reviewed the history of the society and congratu lated the members upon having suc ceeded in bringing the organization up to its present high standing despite the efforts ofa few who failed in their at tempts to use it for other than fraternal and benevolent purposes Secretary Byrne distributed tickets for the reunion and Mike Francis and James Casey were instructed tp visit New Albany and Jeffersonville and invite the IrishAmericans of those cities to unite with their Louisville brethren at River view Park on August 19 A special meeting of the Executive and other committees will be held Wed nesday evening at the residence of Secre tary John Flynn 1423 West Broadway and all members are urged to attend as matters pertaining to the reunion must then be acted upon This is the first IrishAmerican celebration this season and it is desired to make it an unquali fied success This can be done with but little effort I YOUNG FOLKS MADE MERRY A crowd of popular young people from the West End spent Sunday last at Blackstons Mills back of New Albany A prettier or more popular lot of Ken tucky belles would be hard to find than those who helped to make the day one of thorough enjoyment and recreation Among them were Misses Bee Mullarkey Katie Henley Sadie Mills Florence Clancy Kiltie Cannon Nellie Wallace Maggie and Sarah Maloney Bee Small- Nellieand Mamie Holland Nettle Halt man and Eva Raidy Among the gentle men who partook of the hospitalities and did so much tq make the day a pleasant one might be mentioned Messrs Frank Scholtes George Becker P M Flynn Charles Raidy John Raidy Toni Burk holder Ben Herring Will Martin Pat Savage Dennis Tierney and Charles Halbach RICK QUINNS TREAT Last Thursday Rick Quinn the Mayor of Limerick and John Conway Democratic Committeeman and the Dick Croker of the Ninth wardentertained a number of their friends with a fish fry in a shady grove in South Loubvilk City o I officials and successful candidates were present and had an enjoyable time The bill of fare an elaborate one was served in courses and the wines included the choicest vintages of the old and new world Such gatherings make men bet ter and life more pleasant THE RED MEN Will Have Their Grand Pow Wow at Lebanon Saturday Delaware Tribe of the Improved Order of Red Men of Lebanon have extended invitations to the Red Men throughout the State and their friends to attend their grand powwow next Saturday This tribe is one of the strongest in the State embracing in its membership many of the most prominent and influential citizens of Marion county- A special train will leave this city at 7 oclock in the morning arriving at the grounds at 030 and a large number of Louisville Red Men are expected to bring their wives sisters and sweethearts A good dinner will be provided and all the pleasures of a first class days outing are assured by William H Sweeney J P Cummins C C Spalding and the com mittee in charge Among the special attractions will be a modern balloon ascension and para chute jump an uptodate cake walk and the champion high diver turning n double somersault from a hundred foot tower into a small pool of water Also a realistic robbing of an overland stage coach and scalping of the pale faces in true Western fashion One of the best union bands in Louisville will accompany the special train from this city and furnish music during the day A spring board platform large and well polished will be provided for those who may wish to dance TURN DOWN The City Railway Company Refuses Demands of Employes This week representatives of the local Amalgamated Association of Street Rail way Employes presented list of griev ances to the management of the Louisville Street Railway Company chief of which was for regular hours arbitration of differences the right to buy uniforms in the open market and the reinstatement of men who are supposed to have been discharged recently forbelongiug to the unionPresident Minary has answered refus ing each nnd every request What the result will be can not now be foretold though there is little likelihood of a strike as Superintendent Funk has been employing large numbers of extras who are supplanting the union men right along GALLANT IN IRELAND The Irish are a gallant nation cables Max ORell A few days ago an Irish Judge was delivering judgment on an action brought by two charming Indies and he began thus Everything in this case is plain except Mrs Murphy and her charming sister This reminds me of a remark once made by Lord Morris the well known Irish Judge of Appeal A very pretty woman was giving her evidence in the witness box Are you Irishsaid Lord Morris No my Lord I am not re plied the lady And that is another grievance for Ireland gallantly rejoined his Lordship I I BLUSHES MADE TO ORDER Women have long been aware that nothing is more becoming to a pretty face than a blush The news comes that blushes can now be manufactured A clever inventor it is said has fashioned a small instrument the main part of which is a delicate spring and this instru ment when concealed within the rim of a cap hat or bonnet is warranted to pro duce a beautiful blush at a moments notice All that is necessary is to lay a finger on the little instrument the spring will then press on the arteries and com pel the blood to rush up to the cheeks I MOONLIGHT The employes of J M Robinson Nor ton Co will enjoy a pleasant moon light excursion on the steamer Columbia on Friday evening August 10 A limited number of tickets will be disposed of and the affair promises to be quite a success socially The following young gentle men compose the committee of arrangements Messrs Robert Buckley Louis Kieffer Henry Hohmann Albert Yost R Blackwell John Woodruff Paul Easton Nello Smith Will Daly George Camighan John Burke and L Timmons THINGS TO LEARN Learn these two things Never be dis couraged because good things go on so slowly here and never fail daily to do that good which lies next to your hand Do not be in a hurry but be diligent Enter into the sublime patience of the Lord Be charitable in view of IL God can afford to wait why can not we since we have Him to fall back upon Let patience haveher perfect work and bring forth her celestial fruits Trust to God to weave your little thread into a web though the patterns show it not yet The valiant Boers still continue to win victories and capture British soldiers L G r n J if BE WITH 9US 9 Says Central Committee ofthe Catholic Knights of America Everything Ready For the Big Excursion to Jasper August 11 Uniform tank Will Act as Escort From Train to Park GRAND RECEPTION AWAITS VISITORS The railroad excursion to be given torJasper Indon Sunday August 11 under the auspices of the Central Com mittee of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica representing the branches of this city New Albany and Jeffersonville is already an assured success the indica tions pointing to the largest and most cityThepraise for its judgement in the selection outingJasperof all the advantages for a day of unal loyed pleasure The management of the affair was some time ago placed in the hands of a special committee of sixeen who selected the following well known gentlemen for officers ChairmanJonathan Thickstun Secretary Joe P McGinn RappThe committee reportsthusunusual interest having been aroused throughout the city At last nights session all the members were present when Chairnman Thickstun called the gathering to order The an nouncement that the excursionists would be met at the train by the Uniform Rank of the Catholic Knights of Jasper and escorted to the park with a band of music was received with applause An o other pleasing bit of news was that the people of that town and vicinity have tendered their carriages and wagons for the transportation of those who would prefer to ride to the park Immediately upon the arrival of the train mass will be sung in the Cathclic burch wU lila said to be one of the most beautiful In IndianaThe picnic grounds are well shaded placidtakeboat rides water races etc Dinner and refreshments will be served on the grounds by the ladies of the Jasper church at reasonable pricesso there will be no necessitty of being burdenedwith baskets Messrs Jack Murphy Henry Silberg and Henry Seibert will go to Jasper next Saturday and see that all the details are properly arranged for the comfort and pleasure of the excursionists State President Michael Reichert and Joe P McGinn will officiate as masters of trans portation while Will T Meehan and John Score will have charge of the train and act as conductors The refreshments HenrySilbergwill arrange a programme thatcan not but add to the days enjoyment As this will be the only excursion to this pretty resprt this year all who can do so should take advantage of the oppor unity The Catholic Knights can be depended upon to conduct the excursion L in a creditable and satisfactory manner and with this end in view will not allow i any intoxicants on the train which leaves this city at 7 oclock and New Albany at 715 The purpose of this excursion isas most laudable oneto raise funds with which to pay the assessments of those members who are sick and out of employ ment thereby securing worthy families j their insurance We understand that Conductor Meehan 5 will take a number of his Irish friends to i Ireland which is only four miles beyond Jasper he believing it is nearer than many of them will ever again get to the dear spot THE zoo Manager Sheehan announces another great display of fireworks next Fridmyjj night at the Zoo Lawrence Crane the Irish magician has proved a great attraction Dave Flynn has also plea his local friends and the vaudeville bill presented is firstclass in every respect WHATS IN A NAME The Baltimore Sun administers this dignifiedand earnest rebuke to those de generates who think it humorous to sagj die a helpless infant with a name must degrade or humiliate it throu The naming of a human being serious and solemn affair The name ia given him to distinguish him as an in dividual from all other individuals 1 the naming usually takes place a solemn religious ceremony To make absurd name a mark of disUnctiotj L unseemly as it would be to distinguish ifoinslikeeverpresent disadvantage to ann ft osectridiculehIm ofaU Ofa axlielne foelL U r 7 1t 1 i Ion i r r n 1 KENTUCKY IRISH fflUMNINMIIMIIMINNINIII Mvoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish America B 1VXX4X4XAlU HXGGXNS Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY sc Bttterod at the Louisville Postofflco as SecondClass Matter iMitiiill Covvailc enitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orees Street 1FtAD 5 CIrtl LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1901 IMPORTANT The Kentucky Irish American continues to be sent to subscribers even though the time actually pai for may have expired We do no t care to imply by doing otherwise that we are afraid to trust our readers for 100 cents nor would we 5r care to have that kind of a sub l scription list It would benefit us I considerably however and assist its in making our paper more at f tractive and interesting if those i whose subscriptions are overdue would prompty remit to us the amount of same It is quite em barrassing for us to be obliged to I mention matters of this nature but we trust our readers will understand f our position and that we will have I no further occasion to call this sub A ject to their attention GREAT STEEL STIKE The basis of the great steel strike which is at present paralyzing the S greatest industries of the country viewed by the Pilot seems to bet r I thisThe billion dollar steel trust has i assumed the right to regulate the p affairs of the various companies jr absorbed by itincluding rate of Wages and prices of output The J Amalgamated Association of Steel Iron and Tin Workers sought to t offset this highhanded action by demanding that the rates of wages and hours of labor be made uniform in all mills f The officials of the billion dollar f trust refused to deal with the offi tcttls oLthe Amalgamated Association declaring that they would deal only with the individual mills as to wages and hours of labor A strike of the first magnitude has resulted nearly 100000 men going out The most important industries of the country are crippled at a most crit icallime President Shaffer thus aims to r compel the steel trust officials to Ideal directly with the Amalgamated Associations officials and extend the union rates to nonunion men believing that these latter are kept out of the union by their employers threats of closed mills and abandoned towns will certainly join it when eir fears are allayed by the suc cess of the strike This apparent Jercion is the gentlest moral sua on however in comparison with be methods by which the steel lust corn pelled the Individual mil ners into their corporation The Amalgamated Association ealizes that it must have a perfect jfganization of workers if it would bold its own with the perfect or ganization of the mills President lhaffcr forbids coercion of work aea into the union or violence to lerson or property He believes in he ultimate success of the strike hick however he will not carry nrther than he can help not wish flo embarrass unnecessarily the mess interests of the country i For several days a settlement temed near at hand but the latest ews from headquarters is that the rust will not reopen the conference nd that a bitter and long eon hued struggle will be fought terns now certain yiCTTONS IN IRELAND la the British House of Commons tlyj the Chief Secretary of the d lieutenant of Ireland in ker to a question asking for the formation n said that 20352 famil t in tratcouutry had been evicted ringthe llast fifteen years of the turf jUst Laded The total of 1 is not kuown but if we ate at five in a family itwould a o r 0IA be over 100000 people Probably 2 per cent of the population were dispossessed of their homes odf eviction in Ireland was character oftdeath and he knew whereof he spoke But death is not the only terrible feature of eviction The landlords victims are often treated with a brutality almost incredible Neither age nor sex is spared nor the sick nor the crippled nor the weakminded nor the dying No weather is to bad for the devils work as the people appropriately call an eviction campaign On the coldest day and the hottest amid downpour of rain and storm off snow the tenants of the graspin- landlord are mercilessly flung out of their miserable dwellings and left to perish as far asthe authori ties their rightful protectors are concernedTwenty thousand three huudred and fiftytwo evictions I What do they mean They mean 20352 crimes of deepest dye for such barbarous work unknown as it iis in all other civilized countries would be unknown in Ireland also if that country was properly gov erned They mean in a number of instances murder for the infant weak and aged sometimes die as a result of being thrown out on the roadside during inclement weather They mean the oppression of the poor native at the instigation of the rich alien the upholding of landlord power at no matter what cost and they are a great factor in the attempt to crush Catholicity and nationality as represented by the Irish peasantry PROPER LEGISLATION A most excellent law and one which it would be well to have in troduced everywhere passed the New York legislature recently This law provides that the sale or circulation in any manner of an obscene magazine pamphlet or newspaper shall be deemed a mis demeanor It also declares that anyone who sells lends gives away or shows or advertises or otherwise offers for loan gift sale or distribution to any minor child any book pamphlet magazine newspaper or other printed paper devoted to the publication or prin cipally made up of criminal news police reports or accounts of crim inal deeds or exhibits upon any street or highway cr in any other place within the view or which may be within the view of any minor child any book magazine pamphlet newspaper writing paper picture drawing photo graph or other article or articles coming within the description of articles mentioned in the first and second subdivisions of this section or any of them is guilty of the same offense The Post which has been gener ally very fair in its comments on llabor matters takes strong excep tions to Bryans views on the strike question Mr Bryan contends that if the workingmen were to vote unitedly there would be no need of strikes and here is what our esteemed contemporary says Labors share of the product of labor skill and capital is not all it ought to be Time and intelligent effort will rectify the wrong Strikes may be mistakes but they are not always mistakes just as war is not always a mistake A strike is a last resort It should be postponed to the very last moment but solve time it will come and tome time there iis HO substitute But the rifH or wrong of a strike tf G will be no clearer with a Democrat in the White House than with a Republican During Cleveland administrations there were strikes as under McKinley The matter at issue lies far deeper than Bryan imagines A Chicago womans faith in spiritualism Was given a bad jolt not many evenings ago The lady who is an ardent believer in the occult science attended a seance at the home of a medium and during the evening was kissed by a sup posed spirit This particular spirit seems to have had a tendency to ward earthly things for the lady whom it osculated swears that it had fried onions for supper and now the medium has a suit fo damages on her hands Science is not more potent than the odoriferous vegetable which figured so prominently in the seance It has been decided by the Su preme Court of Idaho that the vet erans at the Soldiers Home in that State have no right to vote How does this decision strike you We presume that the veterans are in the opinion of the court not entitled to vote because they are forced by age and infirmities to depend upon whichgthey defended for a home in their declining years The decision may be good law but it certainly reflects upon our much boasted freedom The Boston Hibernian does not help the Irish cause by its scurril ous imputations against Michael Davitt William OBrien John Red mond and the United Irish League Those safely anchored on this side of the Atlantic are hardly the ones to direct affairs in the old land It would be much more creditable to encourage the United Irish League which is but the first move toward emancipation from the landgrab bers It is reported that the tobacco trust pays the girls it employs in the manufacture of cigars the princely sum of 250 per week 60 cents of which goes for car fare You will notice that thegirlphave 190 per week for living expenses How do you think it would suit one of the trust magnates to live pn such wages for a week or two dur ing this hot weather He would not see many yacht races would he The National Socialist conven tion at Indianapolis on Thursday adopted resolutions indorsing trades unions and advising members to join Such indorsements are worth less as they are given only when their authors are without power and influence or wish to use their entrance to the trades union as a stepping stone to further political celebrity Trades unionism needs none of these quasi indorsements The Milwaukee Citizen is using its hammer on the proposed Catholic Federation Its editor writes in a manner that conveys the idea that he is oversuspicious His lack of confidence in the Knights of St John the Catholic Knights etc nor his imputation that the most of those favoring federation do so for political purposes will have no deterrent effect upon this grand movement We have reason to believe that Charles F Grainger holds no ill will foward those who opposed himI in the primary Mr Jeffersons friends and all other Democrats who work for the success of the ticket will rceeive just recognition This is as it should be and ought to i resulfin a strong union of forces Bishop John Morre died Tuesday morning at his residence in St Augustine surrounded by nearly all the priests in Florida His end was painless and peaceful The funeral took place from the Cathe dral yesterday morning and was attended by distinguished prelates J from all over the United States 1 By the death of his estimable and s beloved wife James McGill editor of the Journal of Labor sustained an irreparable loss To him and hk children we extend our heart J Q 1- Y o felt sympathy in this their hour of gloom Sr6a1Js a visitor here Tuesday Miss Katie Mattingly arrived here Tuesday from Lexington J P Dempsey a prominent citizen of Madlsouville was In this city last Tuesday Miss Ida Hall nburg is home after a delightful visittto Buffalo and Niagara Falls C C Spalding a prominent resident of Lebanon was here for a few days this week James Cartell who has been trhis home in thi city Mr and Mrs John P Cassilly andI children have gone to Grayson Springs to spend a few weeks Miss Frances McCoy is spending the heated term with her sister Mrs Georg- Driscoll near Canneltou Misses Sadie and Susan Slack left Wednesday to Spend several weeks in the country at Big Clifty Mrs J W Glenn and Misses Gillie and Annie Glenn spent the week visiting Mrs Cook at Hopkinsville Miss Anna McDonogh one of our popular society girls has been spending the week with friends at Mooresville Miss Louise Carroll entertained in formally Tuesday evening in honor o Mrs Harry Martin of Shelbyville Mrs Walter D Binford and children returned Wednesday after a pleasant sojourn of four weeks in the country Misses Mary and Kate Healy two charming Nashville girls were visiting here this week the guests of Mrs WillI BrownMrs Mary McGrath well known iin the southern part of the city left Mon day for a two weeks visit at Martinsville Springs Ed Tierney of the Board of Safety 1 has returned from a short visit to Hardiu Springs where he enjoyed a deserved vacation Willie and Thonres Grimes Heffernan sons of Deputy Sheriff Denny Heffernan have gone to Bejleview to spend a month with relatives Col James P Whallen has returned home after a ten days stay at Hardin Springs a well known summer resort in Hardin county Mrs Edward J Burke and daughter WIllfnm until September Gus F Rothenburger the well known real estate agent has gone to Grayson Springs where he will remain till the latter part of August Miss Ellen Cawthon the promisin- young authoress left yesterday for Sweet Chalybeate Springs Va where she will spend three or four weeks Col Moses Doyle one of New Albanys best known Irishmen has returned after an enjoyable visit of several weeks with friends in St Louis where he is quite popular Misses Susie and Teresa Becker of 512 West Oak street are among the latest arrivals at Atlantic City They are pretty girls and are attracting much attentionMiss Carr a well known and popular writer connected with the Even ing Post left Thursday with the Ken tucky Press Association on its annual pleasure trip Miss Mattie Greenbaum a charming little miss is home again after spending a month with friends in the country Her young friends are glad that she has returned to their midst James OBrien and Frank Queenan two popular young men employed in the manufacturing department of the J M Robinson Norton Co leave Monday on their annual vacation Col John H Wballcu and wife end party of friends arrived home Sunday from a two weeks fishing trip to Ocean Grove Springs Miss All report having had a most enjoyable time Miss Elinor Sullivan of 314 East Breckinridge street has returned home after a pleasant visit of a months dura tion with relatives in Frankfort where she was the recipient of marked social attentionMike Logan the popular Deputy Jailer who was prostrated from the ef fects of the excessive heat four weeks ago was able to leave the hospital Sun day and his numerous friends are elated over his recovery A jolly party front this city left Mon day for Martinsville Ind where they will make things Jlively for two weeks Among the number were Capt John P Achneider James A Ross Officers Mike McAuliffe and Mauric e OHearn and John and Harry Grotty The engagement Iis announced of Miss Edna Gilbert then inaing and accom pUshed daughter of 1 trs James C Gil bert who since herde Mt has been a great ociety favorite and Archibald Hamilton one of Lexingtcma mart prominent and ucceaef ul young men Mina Anna MMt a well known New Albany girl left this IMC for In HMpo J U to accept a rood position with one of the leading mercantile houses of the Hoosier capital While her friends rejoice over her success they regret her departure from their midst Miss Mary FIone of the most younjhome next Saturday after a pleasant sojourn in the country Her many ad mirers will rejoice to learn that she willl return restored to perfect health Miss Jennie Sullivan the prettya nd at tractive daughter of James Sullivan one of Frankforts leading merchants will be the guest of her cousins the Misses Sullivan of 314 East Breckinridge street untilafter the Conclave A number of receptions will be given in her honor A euchre that will attract alarge num ber of society people iif announced for next Wednesday evening at the residents e Frank Richards in New Albany Quite a number from this city are ex bge for the benefit of the new St Edwards Hospital Miss Delia Rooney a most accom plished and charming Nashville belle iisI here as the guest of the Misses Finegan Ninth and Kentucky streets with whom she will remain until the latter part o ademirers who pleasantly remember her former visits here Among the visitors of note here th week were Sister Raphael and Sister Michelle of the Ursuline Academy at Springfield Ill who are the guests of Mrs Theresa McCawley 1107 Second street Before entering the Sisterhood the former was known as Miss Lillie Armstrong and the latter as Miss Florence McCawley Miss Mayme McNally the oldest daughter of James McNally formerly a well known resident of this city but now of Galveston Texas is visiting her grand father Thomas McNally 842 Sixthstreet Miss McNally is accompanied by her uncle John McNally who formerly lived here but for the past fourteen years has been engaged in mining in Colorado and OldMexico HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Divisions 1 and 4 do not meet next weekThe County Board meeting was a suc cess With all the officers installed ther should now be a united effort to double the membership Quite a number of Hibernians will accompany the Catholic Knights on thei excursion to Jasper Ind Division 3 meets Monday night There are many matters of importance to be acted upon and President Cavanaugh would like to see a large attendance Those of our readers desiring information or applications for membership in any of the divisions may procure the same at the Kentucky Irish American officeFourteen candidates were initiated and ofgValley Falls last week State President Quinn installed the officers and after the regular order a social hour was enjoyedCommittees are arranging for a field day of the divisions of Pawtucket Valley Falls and Central Falls R I on Labor day There will be a parade in the morning of the different divisions of Pawtucket and vicinity There was a large attendance at the last meeting of Division 12 of Providence in anticipation of the installation exer cises and the initiation of ten candidates under the new ritual The State Presi dent was present and made a congratu latory address The Hibernians of Raccine Wis are holding their annual reunion picnic today State President John Kelly of Milwaukee and other prominent speakers will deliver addresses One feature will be the parade in which the Milwaukee and Kenosha divisions have been invited to participate Thursday night there will be an im portant meeting Division 2 the second oldest in the county President Meehan urges all the members who possibly can do so to attend Con Ford is expected to bring forward matters that will en liven the proceedings and members of the County Board will be present as visitors A new division was organized in Providence last Sunday evening with a charter list of thirtyeight many being influential business men from the east and south sections of the city Addresses were delivered by prominent members of the order and the Ladles Auxiliary and the new divisioq was launched with every prospect of success WILL VISIT CORK A London dispatch says it is believed that the King and Queen will visit Ire land next April and will probably open the international exhibition which is being organized in Cork The King has already paid six or seven visits to Ire land He first went there with his parents in 1849 and his last visit was in 1885 RRAf1IN- OReading serves for delight for orna ment and for ability it perfects naturejj and is perfected by experience rheII crafty contemn iti the simple admire iti and the wise use it Reading makes aJJ full coon conference a ready man and writing am exact man He that writes little needs a great memory he that coofora little a present wit sad he that rMdc little aeeda mach cunning toleeIhim seem to know titan which he does not f GIBBONS w ofgIlls Visit to tho Holy Father Body Frail But Constitution Is Wonderful and Mind Lucid and Able Follows Work of tho Church in America With Devoted Attention IS SPENDING A WEEK IN DODL- Is i special cablegram to the New York World from London says Cardinal Gib bons received its correspondent at th house of the Brazilian Minister cofsaidrgreatly I purpose to leave next wee for a visit to Dublin before going homes Being asked concerning the object of his journey to Rome the Cardinal1 answeredThat is a matter of the strictest con fidence between myself and the Vatican and I can not speak of it I never saw His Holiness in better health His body seems frail enough r but his wonderful constitution is as good as ever and his mind is marvelously lucid andable The Holy Fathers memory is astounding He never forgets a face or a circumstance connected with that fat and will recall incidents of thirty and forty years ago which have been quite forgotten by the person most concerned- A young couple from Quebec had an audience while I was there and Ills Holiness instantly mentioned the name of the Bishop of Quebec and recalled without any effort the names of others who was consecrated with him The alarmist reports about His HoliI nesss health are unfounded I believe His Holiness will live for many years to come Isis Holiness takes a deep interest iin America and Americans He has received an immense number this year The relationship between the Vatican and the United States is growing much closer aud the increase of the Catholic population in America interests the Pope CeCatholic church in the United States with devoted attention and never loses an opportunity of expressing the delight it affords him rDo you think London a Godless city the correspondent asked It doesnt strike me that way the Cardinal responded although many peo ple have that impression I think there is a great deal of true piety and many pious works here But you know everyone finds in London what he conies to look for There is everything in this great city Certainly it is the very best governed city in the world I have been greatly struck with the drainage and the water supply Both seem perfect We in America can learn a great deal yet from London Think of the hug congested population here the low deat rate and the people so orderly Why even the cabmen or busmen don t swearThe correspondent could not repress a smile on hearing that remark and His Eminence added Well at least I have not heard them Then those steady policemen too they are a wonderful race always quiet al ways civil The arrangements here especially for the public health and order excellentHis looks well He has been the guest of Cardinal Vaughan the Duke of Norfolk the Earl of Denbigh and other Catholic magnates who were all anxiou- to pay him honor FUN SheI am afraid you do not love me as much as you did before we were mar ried HeO thousands times more dar ling ShfO you monsterthen you married me without lovelI Papa said the beautiful girl George and I are two souls with but a single thought Oh well dont let that discourage you replied her father kindly Thats one more than your mother and I had when we were mar redSuitorI have come to ask for your daughters hand Father Well the fact is we are pretty crowded here as it is and I SuitorOh I intend to take her away if I marry her FatherOh well in that case But you did give me an awful start my boy Mr J CohenI seen your young wife today for the first time Abraham Mr A PinkIs dot sot Veil phot you think of her J Cohen Awful nice woman but she looks rather small for a big man like you A PinkOhol Dots the beauty of her It takes such a little bit of goods for her clothes An Irishman who traded in small ware kept a donkey and a cart with which he visited the different villages On one occasion he came to a bridge where a toll was levied He found to his disappointment he had not enough money to pay it A bright thought struck him He unharnessed the donkey and put it into the cart Then getting between the shafts himself he pulled the cart with the donkey standing in it on to the bridge In due course he was hailed by the tollI collectorHey manl cried the latter wheres your toll Begorr said the Irishman just rile the driver We do job work Core to s e tw Up Stain Over Bnglh Woolen alit Stars oreHIDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at the MammothAPainless Dental Parlorsn436 and 438 W Market Street Elekgent Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS At BRORING D D St PROPRIETOR IRISHH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Tueseday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank treet- TreasurerJohn bfulloq- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs MonthIVice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rosters street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJoseph P McGinnAssistantDave ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly fe PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt HoganTreasurerlIichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin TarpeySecond PlynntTreasurer Thomas Keenan SergeantJohn Keuney SentinelTimothy Lyons RIVERVIEW PARI POPULAR PLEASURE RESORT outingslawnpartiesThis cons everySundaydancing during the week No Improper Characters Allowed KENWOOD 7PA1 h Y TAKE PARK CARS VIA THIRD STREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where You Oct Soraetblnj Oood to Eat Fine Wines and Liquors Foreign and Domestic Cigars Special attention given orders for private parties and meals served at reasonable prices Tel 3025a CHAS SCHUCK Proprietor PtiGNIX HILL PARKN- OW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Now Is the Time to Secure Dates For Picnics Otttings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phccnix Hill Park before closing contracts Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier TwelvebeasantJab 12i Feb 20 i March 187 April Juuc118iJuly137iAc151i bl- q c j e ttifeaifadfl w k r y QNXUOKYIHI Imes N IMIIIIIIrIMBeliI1 NIMAl11al lMf1I41IMIQ pglAl11111111 1aillriMlMhIAOIiIMrr01a1 PARADISEarar I SAMPLE ROOM I Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool el rs M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Tolophpno 384 248 West Jefferson Streot wrrllrral lrrrarr1111 1rr rrlrrrr11 1 rrorllrllr lorllrr lrrrlbrrrrrr- i ITheAcknowledGed cellence Standard of Ex Quick Meal Gas RangesEvery one sold speaks for itself and one sells another QEHER SON 214 Market near Second RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Winos Liquors and Cigars SPECIALB- est Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch 60 YEARS I 1 TRADE DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sendlnlr n sketch end description mar quickI ascertain our opinion trell wbelber an Inyenllnn le probabl atentablo Communlciu turnI ttrlcUr confidential Ilandbookon l tenU cent tree Oldest opener for lecannirpatenU Potent taken tbroush Munn 4 Co rocelre tptclal notice without charsre tntho Scientific Jfinerfcam A himdBomel ninitratod weekI Jansot dr culation of tar eclontlBa toernal Terms 3 a year fonrmontblfi 8O4byallnewdealera- MUNN CO361Broaclwat New York Branch Office ea V Bt Wuhloxton DC BigFour J TheBuffalo BuffaloRoute Routeso toQ EXPERIENCE MARKS 1901 PanAmerican ExpositionB- ig Four Route In connection with Lake ShoreUlchli4n Southern and New York Central RR offers the finest equipped train service atfrequent in terraU to Buffalo from South dl Wert M E liyalti President Warren J Lynch Cent Fats Alt 1ft W Po Dtppt 4G R A Cincinnati tssf Sr J1r GATES Gen Agent Louisville BIG FOUR ROUT- EIndianapolis TO Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Avt M J OrAO il olAzufj XoihvUIe Kyr N J LYNCH G PAWMY DPPKtAGPAUQATI O II IRELAND1 I Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchange I While bathing at Wexford Robert Bridge a compositor aged nineteen was drownedThe is announced of W F OGrady who was a Magistrate for the borough and county of Limerick and also for County Cork The premises of Messrs Gilmore pro vision merchants Coleraine were de stroyed by fire and the adjoining bakery of Messrs Wilson was seriously damaged- At Riverstown petty sessions two em ployes of the Cork Spinning and Weav ing Company were fined for having left their employment without the required noticeLimerick annual regatta was held on Tuesday in somewhat showery weather The racing was good most of the leading crews from Dublin and the South of Ire land turning out At Ballymena sports C Pease of Dub lin won the one mile bicycle champion ship of Ireland once more He also beat the record for the last quarter by doing the distance in 26 35 seconds At a special petty sessions court held at Castletownbere on Tuesday John Sheehan was committed to the next Cork assizes charged with the murder of his motherinlaw Mary Houlihan In the Waterford City Court on Wednesday W J Meyler a sorter in the Waterford postoffice was reffirned for trial to the next Quarter Sessions charged with stealing a letter Bail was allowedA meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was held on Sunday at Crossakiel County Meath and was addressed by Patrick White M P Laurence Ginnell B L and local speakers- A meeting of the Central Committee of the Irish Land and Labor Association was held on Wednesday at ODwyers Hotel Mallow Lord Emly presiding It was decided to hold the annual conven tion in Limerick city on August 15 It was stated at a largely attended meeting of the Nenagh branch of the Land and Labor Association on Monday night that it was intended to hold a meeting shortly to express sympathy with Adam Birney who has been evicted from his holding- Commissioner OBrien in a dissenting judgment in the Land Commission Court spoke strongly of the tactics adopted by landlords in giving no evi dence before subcommissioners and then appealing on the chance of increased valuations by the court valuers- A shocking fatality occurred on Wednesday at Lougbgilly on the Great Northern railway line A man named Burns who was foreman of the gangers at this section of the line was knocked down by the train arriving at Armagh from Warren point and almost instantly killedOn Tuesday evening when the train from Limerick to Ennis had passed Long Pavement Station a stone was thrown at one of the carriages the missile passing close to one of the passengers A second stone was thrown also but no harm was done and the police are inquiring into the matter At Lambeg near Belfast on Tuesday the Orange brethren of Belfast and dis trict assembled under the Chairmanship of Colonel Saunderson M P In the Police Courts the usual fine and costs was imposed in each of several cases wherein riotous conduct was indulged in during the small hours of the morning The potato plays so important a part in the domestic economy of the small farmer all over Ireland that it is very gratifying to learn that the prospects for the crop are this year exceptionally promising Not for over a decade have potato fields all over the country shown up to so much advantage at this time of yearOn Wednesday evening a dead body was found floating in the Suir at Grace Dieu which is believed to be that of Brigid Tracey a New Ross girl who was drowned nearly five months ago The girls sweetheart accidentally fell into the river and she jumped in after him in a frantic effort to save him He was saved but all efforts to recover her body were fruitless up to Tuesday Matthew Meehan of Duruisb in the parish of Drimbolme County Donegal was accidentally killed on Tuesday at Tullybog Bradley Mountain He was yoking his horse to proceed home when the animal a spirited one took fright at the removal of the blinkers and sprang forward knocking down the farmer and drawing the heavilyladen cart over his body Death was instantaneous A middleaged man named Sheehan residing near Castletown was brought upon Friday before BR Pardon R ST charged with having killed his mother inlaw an old woman a few night ago wader yery distressing circumstances Sheerer it lia alleged came home at a late hour irt the Might under the fInfluence of drink and began to IUanelwltblOIDe members of the family The deceased woman having said something to him which he did not like it is alleged be gave her a kick in the stomach where upon she fell uncSstfdous and so re mained until she succumbed a few hours after Sheehan married into the family and there were living with him in the bouse his wife fatherinlaw and the de ceased The court sent the prisoner for trial at the ensuing Cork assizes At Donegal assizes on Monday Edward Glllesple was arraigned for the murder of his wife at Cardonagh last September The woman was found drowned but in consequence of certain discoveries her body was exhumed and medical ex amination showed that she was put into the water uncosnclous Then thep ris oner who was an official of the work house accused one of the inmates of having murdered her Justice Johnson addressing the grand jury at the opening of the Kildare assizes on Tuesday said there were ten cases on the crown book They were cases of ordinary offenses that they should always expect to encounter in the community in which they lived but they did not in the smallest degree reflect upon the general peace and good order of the county which the inspector in formed him was in a most satisfactory condition The assizes for the County Kilkenny were opened on Tuesday before Judge Johnson who in his address said there were only four ordinary cases for trial The constabulary returns showed that the county was in a fairly satisfactory state He did not place much reliance on these returns as an index to the state of the county and the grand jury who lived among the people could form a better opinion of the actual state of the county than he the Judge could merely from the constabulary returns In the Vice Chancellors court on Mon day an attachment was applied for against two men named Hartigan for intimidating and assaulting a man named OGor man who at auction had beeu declared the purchaser of a farm at Charleville The Hartigans were also bidders and after the sale they abused and violently assaulted OGorman asking why he op posed them Previous to the sale he had been warned by a relation of theirs that blood would be spilled if he interfered His lordship granted the attachment The young man Kavanagh who is charged with having set fire to the furze on the Hill of Howth was again brought before the Magistrates at Howth petty sessions on Monday The Magistrates decided to change the charge to the burning of brushwood and ordered the defendant to give substantial bail Dur ing the proceedings it was stated that an other serious fire had occurred on the Marshbrook Hill on Sunday by which a valuable shrubbery was burned and in a letter to one of the Magistrates Lord Howtb stated that if these burnings con tinued he would restrict the public priv ileges over his land On Saturday morning Catherine Grimes Mnlgrave street Kingstown aged sixtyfour years and for many years court cleaner at Kingstown Police Court was found dead on the floor ol her bedroom The deceased who had been ailing for some time past lived with her sister Mary but both it would appear slept in separate rooms and on Mary going into Catherines room she found her partly dressed lying dead on the floor The matter was reported to the police at Kingstown who inquired into the facts and reported to County Coroner Harty who on the facts dis closed did not deem it necessary to hold an inquest Particulars of a very sad fatal accident have just reached Athlonc from Cloney gowan The victim was Richard E Odium aged nineteen years son of Henry L Odium Kilclooney Cloney gowan The circumstances appear to beth t deceased was sent armed with a gun to scare crows on his fathers farm While crossing a fence he laid the gun on a wall and then went to pull it over by seizing the muzzle The trigger caught in some brushwood there was a loud report and the unfortunate youth fell dead the charge having lodged in his heart His father was on the scene in a few minutes having been attracted by the report The deepest sympathy is felt for the members of the deceaseds family who arc popular and respected in the district where they reside DRESS NOTES Foreign fashion reports tell us of a new flounce which rather reverses the usual order since it is wider in front than at the back- Figured foulards make some of the loveliest of the summer gowns shown They look particularly well made up with lace coats or boleros- A very noticeable feature ofsummer dress Is the simplicity of color or rather the predominating use of neutral colors in delicate shades of gray and beige Women are wearing dark gray linen or canvas and the material has a distinc tion all its own partly because it is not and has not been much worn but also because it is a good color A very effective thin gown for a stout woman is made of black tulle narrow black velvet ribbon run through in perpendicular lines and dainty applications of cretonne flowers between The pretty ways of using black velvet ribbon are legion so it is impossible to describe them all but if good taste is displayed one can not go very far astray in this phase of decoration Pretty little challie negligees are to be found in the kimono shape which are very pretty and attractive They are in simple patterns of the challie and fin ished with a broadband of silk binding the edge and passing around the neck and down the front FRENCH LICK SPRINGS MONON ROUTE The greatest mineral waters on earth Fine accommodations and excellent fare Natures own antidote for stomach liver Pamphletdrecbyaddreinc Route Louisville g- 7tr THe Firm of- flairiptan MaHhu- I have always held that I had the strongest will power of wy man aliveto prove which statement I have always worked and that under the most trying and discouraging circumstances It is true the firm of Hampton Mayho is a very creditable and reputable concern at presentat least that is what the world wouldsay of us and I am beginning to realize the fact myself As far as the world was concerned I think we were al ways looked upon and were for that matter bright and intelligent men but somehow our intellect and brilliancy did not answer our physical needs I can laugh now when I glance back at our hopeful beginnings I dont think there was a brighter and more lighthearted man in all Jackson I might add in all Tennessee than I when the firm first es tablished its quarters in the southern part of the town I simply have to close my eyes now to see that dingy old room with its two desks a few chairs and a law book or two That was the stock of the firm together with what knowledge we were possessed of and the firm con sisted of Mayho and myself Mayho was some ten years younger then I Each morning we sauntered down to our office leisurely sitting there and reading law until we almost became a fixture and living on hopes in the mean time until we grew hungrier and hun grier and our reputation soon lost some of its importance We could not eat that Even our sign that had been such a source of satisfaction to iis at the begin ning after a month or two had rolled by and still no case came took on a mean appearanceOne just such another day as this when the snow was falling heavily blinding as it fell and I was sitting in the office all alone having too much time to dwell on our prospects and not enough prospects to dwell upon in came a sweet girl who looked to me then not a day older than seventeen She was not what one would call a pretty girl but had eyes and dimples that made you feel at home at once and were possessed of a tender ness that savored of the South Down went my feet from their accus tomed place of elevationout went the ashes of my pipe and up I got in the most becoming way imaginable and all in less time tban it takes to tell of it Indeed I almost fell over myself at the thought of a client and at the brilliant idea that I not Mayho had been the one to play in luck With hopes greater than Napoleon must have had at his most suc cessful encounter I said graciously Madam wilt you be seated Whereupon she smiled that smile that was the undoing of me and answered in those low dulcet tones of the South- I shall not detain you a momentit- is a small matter of business To which I replied in all haste No matter about time OJ Indeed was hop ing she would keep me working a year with not even so much as an intermission for breath I heard you were in need of a steno grapher and I am alone and friendless and must earn my livelihood I thought possibly yotft could be of some assistance to me I have my own machine It be longed to my brother and since my mother dieda short time sinceI have been working at it daily and I believe I have mastered it at last Of course I am Willing to work for a small salary Well were ever a mans hopes blasted so unceremoniously as mine I was ab solutely speechless for some moments but seeing it was expected of me to reply I finally mustered up courage enough to mumbleSo mother died did she Yes about a month ago And your brotherwhere is he He at which the color rose to her face and she grew wondrously embar rassed making me feel like kicking myself he went awayI dont know where he is He does not work very much I fear That settled it When a man gives pain to an innocent helpless creature and when that creature is pretty and alone in the world be is just bound to make amends so I engaged her on the spot Whereupon she thanked me simply and sweetly with a promise to return in the morning After she had gone I had time to think of the foolhardy Jbing I had done It was so downright silly that I bad a good laugh at my own expense The simple idea of a man who had never bad even so much as a case and did not feel sure that he would be able to meet his board bill the ensuing week thinking about much less hiring a stenographer Where in the world was I to get her wages After you have done something that cant well be altered there is nothing like tak ing the matter philosophically so I be thought me of a few trinkets I might pawn for the first weeks service and I hoped the Lord might remember I was striving to live before the next fell due But I began to feel rather uneasy when I thought of breaking the news to Maybo he was a little more practical than I and not near so chickenhearted I was just pondering as to the best ways to tell him when be came blustering in shaking the snow off his feet and in fairly good spirits I thought nows my chance so I made a brave attack Wfll we had a visitor while you were gone By JoveI yon dont mean 4 client No not exactlybut a aservice able individual What the devil do you ma a explain yourself I am beside myself vith curiosity I am beginning to believe from your air of mystery that the gods are going to smile upon us at last Whats that Milton said aboufall thlfos coming to tbofe who wllliU1 II Well I was just thinking liThe deuce you werewJil4t right bad you to think But lets have your thought1 Welk f was thinking it might be a rJ 11 o good planit might help appearances you knowtoto have a stenographer What do you think Think Why I think youre stark crazy I have just spent the last hour running through the snow trying to tramp down the thought of my creditors Well sane or insane the act is done and I shall be responsible for the conse quencesIIf I to be a hundred I think I can still see Mayho gasping for breath as I made this startling announcement It took him fully ten minutes to regain his senses and then he said in thorough dis gust Well you are a bigger fool than I took you to be But what under the sun possessed you to do such an idiotic thingThen I proceeded to tell him of the cir cumstances and tried to prove to him how impossible it was to do otherwise but he did not seem to be able to see it my way Miss Hall came and the firm did almost as flourishing business that first week as it does now and that is speaking very well for it There was no end of peti tions answers motions affidavits and demurrers under the name of Brown Smith Jones and every conceivable name that our imagination could sum up The first week passed and I parted with some of my jewelry sending Miss Hall home happy and we were well into the middle of the next week when the event of events happened and the client came at lastShe was only a poor ignorant woman whom some wealthy man of Jackson had beaten out of an old house It seems she had bought from him this little home paying for it in installments with the money she earned while washing ironing and scrubbing etc for his family and for each payment he had given her a slip of paper with something written on it and she believed the writing to be a receipt whereas it was worthless After a time when she had paid off the whole debt he gave her a bogus deed After she had held possession of the land for a number of years be died and the money descended to his son who laid claim to the land I would not take that case again for three such homesteads as a giftso intricate were the questions of law but I took it then for virtually nothing so glad was I to get a case and in the end it had its reward Mrs Burke brought to us several neighbor friends who had matters for litigation and they in turn sent their friends so with this case our prosperity really began We tugged along at that case for nearly a year when at last a day was set for trial Mr Bell the man who bad done Mrs Burke this grievous in jury had been a prominent citizen and hence the courthouse was well filled The case aroused much interest aside from the fact that it possessed many delicate points of law I must admit that I felt a little nervous and when after pleading that case for three hours the Judge decided in our favor I think Mayho and I beamed with lelfsatisfaction I have scarcely been so happy since because on that day future success was assured to us It was almost amusing to pate how many lawyers and Judges who had passed us by unnoticed while we were undergoing the starving period now that we had achieved our success had an indistinct recollection of having seen us in some out of the way place before some of them absolutely went so far as to get us to look after some minor matters for them Yes I can smile at all of that now It is singular how unpleasant and disagree able things lose strength as time wanes It is certainly a blessing so But I can not even now smile when I recall the day several years later when Miss Agnes was home from the office sick and a tele gram came from that cursed brother of hers I thinking it was mine opened it hastily only to find that her goodfor nothing brother wanted a hundred dol lars A hundred dollars from that poor girlwho was earning her livelihood and a hard struggle she hud of it too When I think of it I can grow indignant this very day It seemed from the telegram that he had stolen the money and was about to be prosecuted unless the money was refunded at once My first thought was to let him go to the devil and have a good hot time of it but the sad pale face of Miss Agnes seemed to come between him and me so I paid the hundred dollars and tore the telegram into atoms It is a strange fact how we men do so many things under the garb of charity and sympathy that really gives us so much inward satisfaction Hello dad said Mayho some months later rushing into my office in that boy ish way of his that is most captivating He has always humorously called me dadWell Mayho what good news have you now or what sort of scrape have you gotten intofor I declare you look real serious and the air of seriousness does not somehow sit very gracefully on your shouldersOh in a pickle and I want you to help me out dad wont you Of course I will but I do not fancy yon will need much assistance There now Im all attention tell your story- I I knew you would help me out Well the truth of the matter is Im inin intIlls love the word youre looking for YesOld boy I am glad of it You are able to support a wife are a pretty nice sort of a fellow generally and there is no real objection to you that I can see so where does the trouble come in- III havent proposed iiWellf you are a gooseI No trouble about that at all Tell the girl you love her and after you have been accepted or rejected take it very philosophically and come and tell me the result But hold on a minute who is this girl Why hea MissMiss Hall The devil you sayI You Infamous curl Youre not worthy to think of her Marry her Have you gone stark mad I know I am not good enough for her but X didnt come here to hearyou say so and I expected least of all from yowl Site would have a good home and I love her dearly and it Sato Me that that a j fL I ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN W T SHEJEJHAIV JWCA3VAOEJR The Only Park in Louisville Playing High Class Attractions VAUDEVILLEBOSTON LADIES BAND ALL KINDS OF WILD ANIMALS FIREWORKS FRIDAY NIGHTS Admission to the Park Ten Cents Children Free I would be better than plodding on here for a living Forgive me Maybo you are right There is no reason why she shouldnt love you and I hope she will I want to see both of you happy so old boy go ahead and Ill do the best I can for you I knew you wouldyouve been mighty good to me and if she will have me you can bet youll have the best room in the house- I I nodded my head in the affirmative and smiled a very lame smile I fear but he was so happy in what he hoped the future would bring that he never thought of poor old me Dear boy he could not realize how he was almost breaking my old heart by telling me he would fix me up a nice room How could he know that for the last eight years scarcely a day passed that I did not picture myself on some future winter night beside a great big open fireplace of my own and Agnes with her darning and mending very near me while I read some story to her and how by and by she would drop her work and her little hand steal into mine and her head rest on my great coat sleeve with that contentment and confidence which love alone can bring My Godl To see this dream shattered was awful and my heart refused to give my Agnes upeven though a dozen others laid claim to her Yet this dreaming on of mine would be mighty poor solace when she became a living reality to Mayho How I passed through that night I dont know and I dont want to know but somehow morning came at last and with it light Indeed I had scarcely got ten out of bed when in bobbed Mayho looking so funereal that I guessed the whole story without even hearing so much as the prologue Well dad Im done for She wont have me thats certain Dont despond so soon I found myself replying although I could not help feeling a little inward satisfaction Shes just trying to prove your loyalty to prove you as the gallant knights of old were proven I IINo she said she was sorry and all that kind of stuff that you read about in novels and somehow makes you feel mighty uncomfortable in reality but her answer was finalno doubt about that Didnt she give any reasons Reasonsl Oh yes She told me she was in love with another mana man older than I who had been very kind to her when she was destitute and most in need of a friend and who once when her brother seems to have been in disgrace paid hint out to save her pain andIt Stop Mayho you dontyou cant mean that she loves mel And then both of us who had been so blind a day sinceas I believe it is the portion of all men to besawI Several years have passed since then and my dream has been more than real ized for now as we sit by our happy fire side together the junior member of the firm little Mayho Agnes out of the sweetness of her heart insisting that the baby should be called Mayho to give out of her plenty at least a little joy to Maybos bachelor heart climbs his Uncle Mayhoa knees and with his mothers eyes begs for a story Did I say beg He never asks but once It is such an hour as this that renews and strengthens our love and more than compensates for our long long weary years of struggle JEHen Cawthou in Donahoes FASHION FOIBLES It is a difficult thing for a woman to take to a jacket after the weather has once been warm enough for her to leave it offA new style of skirt occasionally seen among the thin gowns is ruffled up the back Six flounces above the oneat the hem which extends all round make the best effect Long black and white ostrich plumes are very much worn this season and they are put on the hat to droop not a little at one side touching the shoulder in some instances- A very pretty skirt model which is carried out in foulard as well as the thinner fabrics is knife plaited all around and stitched down in a varying number of rows from the waist to the knee The simple frock of white mull very much on the order of the gowns worn by our grandmothers in their youth has come around again for the young girls who can affect this style with becoming graceLacings of velvet are common enough because they are a mode of trimming which every one can copy and yet we see a bit of it here and there on many of the very swell costumes which are sup posed to be exclusive in style The craze for bands extends to all kinds of materials and combinations and the modes of using velvet ribbon multi plies apace as it produces the desired effect without so much labor as the stitched silk bands necessitate Both black and white silk tassels are among the novel features of dress trim ming and we see them arranged in pairs down either side of the front of the bodice on a black and white foulard Their uses no doubt will multiply later onBronze boots and shoes are to be seen in the shops but they are not worn to any extent It is only when one wants to have things match that they are worn once in a while A woman wearing a girdle of bronze silk not long ago with a light a lk gown wore also browse shoe and stocking 16 match J I +++++t++++++3 NEW TREDINGS HOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop I1oo PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 W MarketSt LoDlsiilliXy Tolopbone3431Aj dollar peopleHit It It It WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON u John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out MOORES PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Ay FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS Clearys Exchange I 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1- DUNIGANS I SeventeenYear Old j Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for family use 600 per gallon i N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine FAHEYS EXCHANGE I JOHN B FAHEY Prop jj- N E Cor Seventh and Market j Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 9044- AIllillOis Gdiltral BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville flemphisAN- DNew 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ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CARL H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PUNIC J REED General1 Pwncer Agent ocH ROCKWELL TrallcJi S8lrW B IIoDOTN Present and deftest MMVifw l rJ i RAILROAD EXCURSION Come With Us to Jasper Ind CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA WILL GIVE A GRAND EXCURSION SUNDAY AUGUST II TICKETS 100 CHILDREN BETWEEN THREE AND TEN YEARS 50c Train leaves Seventhstreet depot at 7 oclock a m sharp and Vincennes street New Albany at 7I5 Returning leaves Jasper Indat 6 oclock p m Dinner and refreshments will be served on the grounds at reasonable prices No intoxi cants will be allowed on train OLD TIME BASKET PICNIC WILL BE GIVEN BY REQUEST BY MACKIN COUNCILAt Sugar Grove Tuesday August 13 1901 Boats leave Portland Wharf at 8 a m and i p m New Albany 8I5 a m and ii5 p m Tickets TwentyFive Cents Sold at the Wharf Only r SHOCKED Young John Tully Found Dead by Ills Mother Wednes day Morning Ilnd Passed Away During the Night Without Any Warning Death ol Mrs James McCiill Causes Sorrow in the East End MANY DEATHS DURING PAST WEEK Among the many deaths of the past week none was so sad or heartrending as that of young John Tully the twenty fouryearold son of the famous old life saver The unfortunate young man had been in the best of health and was out Tuesday evening with a number of his friends with whom he remained until about 9 oclock when he returned to the family home 232 Third street and re tired for the night never once hinting at feeling unwell- Wednesday morning his mother went to where he was sleeping to awake him for his breakfast before his days work and was almost paralyzed by finding him cold in death A piercing scream from her brought the young mans father to the sad scene The distracted parent found his oldest son lying face down ward and it was not until be turned the body over that he believed life was ex tinct The features were calm and gave no indication of a death struggle or in what form the summons came though it is generally thought to have resulted from heart disease John Tully Jr was twentyfour years old and was employed at Graingera foundry He was steady and exemplary in his habits and was liked by all who know him He was the eldest son in a large family of children and his loss will be keenly felt just at this time when the business outlook for the future was as suming a bright hue His funeral took place Thursday morning from the Cathedral and was very largely attended There is a sincere feeling of sympathy for the father and mother in their great loss Profound sorrow prevailed throughout the East End Wednesday when news pf the death of Mrs Kate McGill wife of James McGill became known Though she had not been enjoying good health for some time her death was a shock to her many friends by whom she was ad mired for her many Christian qualities and amiable disposition Mrs McGill was a fond and loving wife and mother and a devoted communicant of St Francis of Rome church in Clifton and the bereaved husband aqd children have the heartfelt sympathy of the community In their irreparable loss The funeral took place yesterday morning with requiem high mass Rev Father White being the celebrant In the course of his funeral sermon he paid high tribute to the worth of the deceased and brought tears to many eyes by his touching references to her many kind acts The church was thronged with friends and relatives who sorrowfully followed the remains to St Louis cemetery where amid beautiful flowers she was tenderly laid to rest Joseph A OConnor aged thirtyone years nod a well known and highly re spected young man of the West End passed peacefully away at the residence of his father Patrick OConnor 822 Eighteenth street after an illness of over a year though it was not until about two months ago that be was compelled to take to his M Mr OConnor had long bean eagaged in the Government work OH Tel+ allr apd was very popular with blafellw Rorkmeu Besides bla father he Pastas thief brothers William George and Charles Thifunemliervice which D were conducted by Monsignor Gambon at St Patricks ou Wednesday morning were very largely attended A kind and affectionate son and brother his loss will be sincerely mourned John Danaher one of the most popular young men in the East End and a well known insurance agent died unexpectedly Monday afternoon at the resi dence of his mother 020 Washington street after a short illness of bowel com plaint Besides his mother he leaves a brother to mourn his loss and much sympathy is felt for them in their afflic tion The deceased was well known among the poor and many will miss his kindly advice and quiet charity His funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Church of the Blessed Sacra ment with solemn requiem mass and a long line of carriages followed the re mains to St Louis cemetery May he rest in peaceIWe regret to announce the death of Mrs Catherine Kieffer mother of Louis J Kieffer of this city and Mrs Frank Ferry who died Monday at the home of the latter at Meadow Lawn She was a Christian ljadyi who had lled an excm plary life and was respected and loved by a large circle of friends IIer funeral took place with requiem high mass at St Marys church Wednesday morning the edifice being thronged with mourning friends and relatives Miss Anna Richards a well known and highly esteemed lady of New Albany died Sunday morning at the Graystreet Infirmary in this city from the effects of a surgical operation The news of her death was received with deep regret by her wide circle of friends and acquaintances She was the daughter of Magis trate Richards and a devout member of St Marys church where her funeral took place Tuesday morning with requiem high mass The friends of George Lemmon were shocked to learn of his death which oc curred Monday night at his residence 2431 Bank street He was a well known express man and was only in the prime of life twentynine years old His funeral was largely attended at St Cecilias Wednesday morning Rev Father Kelle her conducting the solemn services His remains were laid to rest in St Johns cemetery J Martin Reilly vho suffered an attack ofsunstroke Saturday afternoon diedat an early hour Monday morning although everything hat loving hands and med ical skill could do was resorted to in the hope of saving his life He was thirty years old and resided at 313 First street DOWN TOWN LAWN FETE Arrangements are being made by the members of St Cecilias parish to give a lawn fete atjd reception on the evenings of September 3 and 4 on their lawn at Twentyfifth and St Cecilia street One of the features of the occasion will be an open air concert on the first evening The programme which has not yet been completed will be announced later EEFT FOR REST i Robert Jt Hagan the popular young lawyer and Democratic nominee for Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court left Tuesda t for a visit of ten days or two weeks will his Uncle John Lilly at Fairfield I Mr Hsgan will upon his return enter actively into the campaign for the suc ess of the Democratic ticket TEk MARY DEAD A Bardt wn dispatch of Wednesday conveys tte sad intelligence of the death of Sister Mtary Raphael who passed away at Nazarrl from an illness of consumption She was known in the worldas Miss HamtkPrice and was a daughter of the late George E Price of Daviess county Site was thirtytwo years old SEWWW SOCIETY The St Atttkonya Sewing Society will meet MM lay night at the temporary quarter f the Franciscan Slaters on East Gray tr et hetw en Hancock sad Clay H if hoped ladies will be present all the colSlregatlolJito tlli work of aiding the good SIeI III noble undertaking D LABOR NEWS Busy Session of the Central Body Last Sunday Afternoon President Klein Resigns and William Jacobs Suc ceeds Him Making Extensive Preparations For the Celebration of Labor Day I HUMPHREY KNEGHT GRAND MARSHAL The regular monthly meeting of the Central Labor Union was held at Becks Hall last Sunday afternoon the pro ceedings being interesting to the large number of delegates present President Klein tendered his resignation which was accepted and Vice President William Jacobs was elected for the unexpired term Owing to the large amount of business the election of a Vice President was postponed until the next meeting Several new delegates were seated and a large number of communications read the most important being from the Cigar makers Union of this city the Central Labor Unions of Indianapolis and Rome Ga the Laundry Workers of Troy and the Textile Workers of Danville Va where 5000 employes are locked out for refusing to work longer than ten hours The President of the International Brotherhood of Bookbinders E W Ta tum of Chicago made a ringing speech in which he urged union men to redress their wrongs at the ballot box There were among them men of ability and integrity who could be elected to office to secure the passage of reform measures and necessary labor legislation His speech was well received and warmly ap plaudedAn from the New Albany Trades Council to take part in their La bor Day picnic was received and also a vote of thanks from the International As sociation of Machinists for the generous donation to their strike fund The Grievance Committee asked for further tUne for the investigation of mat ters now in ita hands which was granted The Chairman of the Labor Day Com mittee made a report of the work done thus far which is of a very encouraging nature and augurs well for a grand cele bration Organizer Clarence Pratt of Cleveland addressed the body on the differences existing between the City Railway Com pany and its employes His statements bore out the assertions made in these columns heretofore and it is not possible for the railway men to much longer stand the attacks upon them without making a fight for their rights At a meeting this week of the Labor Day Committee Humphrey Knecht was elected Grand Marshal and it was predicted that every labor union in the city would be in the parade that day Meet 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