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I LIIrT J 1LflI ii- Y n 4 1 KENTUCKY AMERICAN VOLUME VIINO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS REBEL CORK I A Great International Demonstration Addressed by Eugeno Crciin U Futile Attempt of Constabular- to Stop Mooting by Brute Force Tallow Leaguers Given Recep tion Before Commence ment of Trials THE DUBLIN FREEMANS REPORT The arrival of the nine traversers in the Tallow conspiracy case in our city on Monday night for the purpose of taking their trial before Pether the Packer on Tuesday morning served to remind one of the old days The Nationalists of the city resolved to give them a reception and made arrangements accordingly This was a trifle too much for the nerves of the authorities They became at once alarmed and warning notices were sent to all city bands who proposed to par ticipate in the demonstration to the effect that if they appeared on the streets they would be dispersed or in other words batoned A like notice was served on Eugene Crean M P who trav eled from London at the request of the Chairman of the Irish party to greet the sturdy Tallow Leaguers The document- S informed Crean that any attempt to hold a public meeting would be suppressed by Torte With a view to perpetuate this outrage on the right of public meeting an array of brute force was brought out and stationed in the principal thorough fares giving one the feeling that he was in a city under siege If the authorities are satisfied with the measure of success that rewarded their labors so are the Nation alists of Cork Their action only helped to make the demonstration all the more remarkable The police defeated their own ends and the night proved one of triumph for the men of the Rebel City The train bearing the Tallow conspira tors reached the city at 8 oclock and when the brave Leaguers stepped on the platform they were greeted with pro longed and hearty cheers by a large body of well known Nationalists In the meantime the police were busy mak ing preparations outside the railway station We were honored by having Resident Magistrate Mayne in supreme command County Inspector Gamble was the first lieutenant of the occasion and then we had smaller fry in the persons of District Inspectors Morrison of Cork Heard of Tallow and Howe of Mallow They had 100 men under their control and in an excited fashion were getting their forces into position while the Tallow conspirators were being cheered to a wagonette drawn up outside It was known that the party were to proceed to the rooms of the United Irish League in Great Georges street and the entire route was lined by large crowds who enthusiastically cheered as the cavalcade passed along the rear of which was brought up by the large and wholly unnecessary posse of police already mentionedA of mounted policemen also graced the gathering by their presence Matters went on rather uneventfully until the end of King street was reached when the Blackpool brass band made their appearance on the scene despite the threat flung at them by the authorities in the earlier portion of the day Their presence operated like a red rag to a bull A charge of the mounted men was or dered while the bluecoated infantry drew a cordon across the street for the a purpose of preventing the band and the huge crowd that followed them from taking their place in the procession The mounted men drew their truncheons and used them as far as the fleetness of foot of the boys from the groves of de pool would permit They got little room for the display of their energy however and before long the tables were completely turned on them The members of the band all began to play their instruments on their own account and the discordant results proved disastrous to the brave mounted bludgeon men Their horses reared and J pranced beyond all control and the blue coated heroes had to stand the laughter and ridicule of the vast gathering with out the satisfaction of drawing blood from a single skull The people ran through the side streets and succeeded in joining in the demonstration as it en tered Patrick street At this point fifty nine more men under District Inspector Moriarty of Ballincollig arrived on the scene but the people cared not one jot Par the sake of old times they wel comed regardless of the consequences the appearance of the policemens baton Several skirmishes took place along Pat rick street but the baton men were sorely tried for the good sense of the people gave them no opportunity for dis playing their readiness to crack a Nationalists skull wherever it presented Itself They were altogether the aggressors the people assembled for a lawful purpose j they kept that fact in view and they broke down the hopes of the gentlemen u of the force who fondly cherished the 0 belief that tiidr performauces on the- besd + ofau unoffending mid defenseless people would justify their existence ad L t dorywhatg little or nothing True they succeeded in injuring a few on Monday night but the amount of work dope in that direc tion was a very small return for all the trouble they had taken to terrorize the good men and true of Cork They didL one thing at all events which we give them credit for The outcome of all thei display was simply this that a larger enthusiastiyc meeting of the Cork branch of the United Irish League never took place When the Tallow men arrived at the rooms of the League they found a splendid assemblage of Nationalists to greet and cheer them and this in the teeth of every energy and strategy on the part of police i to prevent the people from getting withi II 200 yards of the building They made cordons at either end of the street and the citizen who dared to exercise his per fectly legal right to walk up or down was roughly pushed back and threatened with a baton stroke if he persisted Eugene Crean M P who was in the thick of the fight from the railway station was moved to the chair and he with P F Walsh Chairman of the Waterford County Council J J Walsh and Alex I ander Heskin three of the traversers delivered stirring speeches in denuncia tion of the wretched system of jury packing to which they were so accus tomed in Cork Several local Nationalists also spoke on the subject and the whole proceedings of Monday night may be summed up in the one fact that they have done more for the National organi zation in this city and made the people more alive to its worth as a power in the land than speeches and demonstrations undisturbed by the constabulary could accomplish in a generation The trial of the traversers commenced before Lord Pether on Tuesday morning and the crowded condition of the court made clear the general interest which the case had excited There were sev eral interesting passages during the day The Crown case had not concluded at the rising of the court and by the direc tion of his lordship the jury were locked up in the Imperial Hotel for the night His lordships parting advice to them wasnot to read the newspapers LIFES WORK ENDED New Albany Loses Another Old and Respected Citizen Andrew McBarron one of the most familiar figures on the streets of New Albany for many years past and an hone ored and devoted member of fioly Trin ity congregation peacefully passed to the great beyond last Sunday night at his home on East Spring street Though seventytwo years old the deceased en joyed good health until within the past year when he was attacked with heart trouble since when never did Christian character show itself more typically Not only did he await the end with patient and resignation but never lost thought fulness for those around him often com pelling smiles from those who listened when they would rather have wept Mr McBarron was a native of Ireland and soon after coming to this country settled in New Albany where he has since resided and reared a large and re spected family Besides his wife he leaves five children Misses Mary and Katie and John Andrew and Cornelius McBarron all grown He lived a success ful life and died full of years respected by all who knew him as was attested by the large attendance at his funeral at Holy Trinity church The solemn mass of requiem was celebrated byRev Father Kelly who also preached a feeling ser mon on the life of the deceased CATHOLIC CHURCHES Will Have a Great Picnic at Eminence on Thursday August 22 The Catholic churches at Pewee Val ley Eminence Lagrange and Bedford under the charge of Rev John PlIcParland have arranged for a grand picnic and field day at the Eminence Fair- Grounds on Thursday August 22 A special train will leave the Firststreet depot at 730 oclock in the morning and returning will leave Eminence at 730 in the evening and for this the rates have been reduced There will be plenty of amusments including a game of base ball between Louisville and Fleasureville teams buggy and sack races catching greased pig etc and a bounteous dinner will be served tickets for all of which are only fortyfive cents This is a rare oppor tunity to spend a pleasant day and all who can should encourage Father McPar land by putting in an appearance that day at the Eminence Pair Grounds PATRICK DUNN DEAD Patrick Dunn the well known tone cutter who for some time past has been working in Alabama was stricken with heart disease last Sunday at Erisley and the news of his death was a great shock to his family and friends here His re mains arrived here Monday night and were taken to the family residence Twentyeight and Marine avenue Mr Dunn was forttwo years old and be sides his wife seven children survive him The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Church of Our Lady the Rev Father Coaniff being the cele brent of the toleinn req l mmslII i STI DOMINIC Ills Memory Celebrated With Pomp and Magnificence Sundayr Services Yore Solemn and the Music Grand and Sermon Eloquent Never Before Did St Louis MorenBeautiful SOLEMN MASS BY THE FRANCISCANS Catholics both clergymen and laymen from all over the city assembled at St Louis Bertrands church on Sixth street near St Catherine last Sunday to do honor to the memory of St Dominic the founder of the devotion of the Rosary and the founder of the order of Friar Preachers Never in its history did this always handsome edifice present so beau tiful yet quiet and peaceful an appear ance The pomp and magnificence of the Catholic church was lent to make this a day of days to the faithful people of the congregation The services were solemn the music grand the sermon magnificent Words can not describe it It had to be heard to be appreciated Understand it was not sensational It was a plain matteroffact yet eloquent and graphic portrayal of St Dominic his life work the result of his work and the results that are still being attained by the followers of St Dominic Two of the great missionary orders in the Catholic church are the Franciscans or followers of St Francis and the Dominicans or followers of St Dominic Both have churches in Louisville The Franciscans resident in Louisville are probably without exception Germans or GermanAmericans The Dominicans resident in Louisville are nearly all Irish or IrishAmericans But race makes no difference in the Catholic religion the church is one and therefore on St Dominics day the brown habited follow ers of St Francis are invited by the white and bjack clothed followers of St Dominic to assist in celebrating the orderWheninaround the Franciscans invite the Do minicans to St Boniface church where they are honored by celebrating mass So on these occasions the religious in whose churches the rites are being per formed stand aside and let the visitors celebrate mass Then too the rites are different in a I I degree and the Dominicans have to carry their altar boys or acolytes with them when they visit the Franciscans to celebrate mass and likewise the Francis cans have to bring acolytes trained to I their rites when they visit the Domini cans The main celebration began at 1030 oclock with solemn high mass Very Rev Father Paul Alf O S F was cele brant of the mass with deacon sub deacon and master of ceremonies- In the sanctuary were the whiterobed Dominicans without the black preaching cloak Among them were Very Rev Father Fowler O P Prior Rev Fathers McFeeley OMahoney Kelly Justi Pulinx all of tine Order of Preachers and Very Rev Father Felix Ward of the Sacred Heart Retreat Father P M Rock of the Cathedral Rev Father Walsh of Sacred Heart church and in the choir were Rev Father Weiss of St Georges church and Rev Father Acker mann of St Philip Neris The scene in the sanctuary was im pressive from the moment the celebrant uttered the Asperges before mass be gan Then the splendid choir under the direction of Prof Charles Weiss added to the beauty and solemnity of the occasion with a splendid rendition of Haydns Imperial Mass Gounds Benedlctus was interpreted near the close of the mass After the gospel Rev Father W Dunn O P one of the many illustrious orators for which the Domin pulpit robust but not stout with fine eyes a clear complexion dark wavy hair a broad splendid forehead easy of gest ure a voice full of magnetism and clear enunciation rapid and fluent in style Contrary to the usual order of things Father Dunn laid as much stress on the publications for the coming week as he did on his sermon His congregation was spellbound from the beginning Then quietly yet clearly he began My brethren I want to tell you today a few things about St Dominic He did too He had them to tell and he told them in a simple yet forcible manner It is no easy thing to preach a sermon on a man who has been dead 680 years and who in all that time has been honored by the Catholic church whose life work has been the subject of panegyrics of famous orrtors for nearly seven centuries The story is old The charm of Father Dunns oratory was that he told it in a new way Care fully and succinctly Father Dunn traced the life and character of St Dominic from his birth to the estate of man of his ordination in his twentyfifth year of the horrors of the Aibijjinsean heresy yearIJ180AI UQ d l1 The Albigensians believed there were two rods a God of goodness and a God of evil They believed that the Godof evil made everrt lug that was visible including man they believed that marriage was a predFstination for damnation they denied Abe incarnation of Christ and reviled ijthje mother of Christ Father Dunn told bow in his thirtyfifth year Dominic fired withzeal IIto save the souls of sinners undertook j the conversion of these heretics The life of a saint he said was walking with and communicating with God Godwas the motive power in allI their acts Dominic never spoke unless it was of IHeI and sermons among the Albigensians briefly related how the devotion of the Rosary had been revealed to Dominic of the founding of the order of Dominicans in which was conbtned thk contemplative and active life And he tfield pf his death in Ills fiftyfirst year1221 A D It is the day of St Dominic death of his en trance into the kingdam of heaven that is celebratednot the anniversary of his birth Then rapidly and j eloquently he followed up the works of IWfollowers of St Dominic all over the world He re ferred to St Thomas St louis Bertrand St Rose of Lima the first canonized saint of the new world and many others Last but by no means feast be closed his peroration with a magnificent tribute to Savanarola the priest who was not afraid to attack vice in high places who upbraided impurity who fought tyranny but was branded at one time as schis matic Elsewhere than in a Catholic church Father Dunn would have been applauded Instead men and women bowed their heads in prayer and wipe away tears tears of joy that there wEre yet among them men who had the eloquence of a Dominic of a LacodalreJ of a Father Tom Burke tears of sorrowthat they had not led better lives had not followed the precepts of St Dominic and his illus trious disciples After the Mass the visiting clergymen were entertained at dine ner in the Dominican Convent At 730 oclock in thee eningsolemn vespers were sung followed by the Rosary procession a sejftnon on the Rosary and benediction ojj the blessed sacrament B P J gAVANAGn LITTLE SISTERS They Are Sadly In Need of a Horse For Their Work The attention of the pnbluriscalled to the fact that the Sisters of the Poor are now suffering from the inconvenience of having no horse to carry them about on their work of charity for the aged and infirm poor who are their charge When the late kind and loyal hearted William Patterson was living he always looked to it that a suitable horse was ever in readiness to help these truly Christian women in their daily work of supere rogation Since his death however no one has taken his place and their discomfiture has accordingly not been quite a little We feel certain that of the many welltodo Catholic laymen of this city some one can come forwardand take up the good work that was cut short by the death of Billy Patterson This has not been the only charitable work that has suffered in his death Are there not also some rich women who can make themselves felt in the community as well as me- nMACK If RAIDY DEAD Succumbs Friday Morning to an Attack of Typhoid Fever Jack Raidy one of the most widely known young men in the West End and a prominent member of Mackin Council is dead and the news comes as a great shock to all who knew him Last fall he suffered an attack of rheumatism from which he had apparently recovered and his friends and relatives were elated until about three weeks ago when he was stricken with typhoid fever which proved fatal yesterday morning For the bereaved parents and brothers there is the deepest sympathy everywhere The funeral will take place Sunday from St Cecilias HOLY CROSS CHURCH The annual lawn fete and festival for the benefit of Holy Cross church which will be held on the grounds of Henry Koch Thirtyfirst and Broadway on the evenings of August 21 and 22 promises to surpass last year Father Cunning ham and his friends are leaving nothing undone that would tend to make this the banner fate of the season INJURED HIS ANKLE Charles Parsons a well known and popular young man sustained a severe injury to his ankle Saturday sight while indulging in athletic exercises at theI Y M C A gymnasium Although con fined to his home for the past week his friends expect him to be able to be out again in a few days- VISITING IN COLORADO Rev Father Burke of Paris Ky who is visiting ia Colorado with Father Vc Menaemln of Colorado Springs ws last week the guest of Father McCourt at Idaho Spring iJ i 0 DAVITT Famous Irish Patriot Given a Hearty Welcome at New York Declares That Englands Boasted Supremacy Is a Mere Memory Emigration Will Depopulate Ireland If Not Soon Stopped ENGLANDS MOTIVE IN SOUTH AFRICA Michael Davitt who has spent more than half the years of his life in the cause of Free Ireland arrived in New York Saturday on the steamship St Paul of the American line from Southampton The great agitator was received at the pier by representatives of the leading Irish societies and given a hearty wel come The object of his visit is purely a personalonemerely to see relatives and friendsand he will remain in this coun try several weeks He has engagements however to make speeches in Chicago and other principal cities in the United States before he returns Mr Davitt is in the best of health and thoroughly en joyed his trip across the ocean which made his eighteenth voyage When asked to say something in reply to the cable reports of the speech made by Chamberlain in the House of Com mons with regard to the war in South Africa the distinguished visitor replied- I hardly believe he made the assertions credited to him and should prefer to withhold my criticism until more authen tic confirmation can be secured If he did make the criminal statements cred ited to him I should say he had temporarily lost his senses England all during the Boer war has been engaging and arming the natives while the Boers have never employed any Kaffirs This I know to be absolutely true for I was all through South Africa last year and carefully looked over the situation During the attack on Mafeking the British used Kaffirs on the advance forming two par ties who made sorties on the Boer posi tionunder the direction of Gen Baden PowellWar is war and the Boers would be very foolish if they do not shoot these natives when they find they are arraigned against them How do they differ in this respect from British troops Now it is proposed to make the Boers suffer the death penalty if found guilty of killing natives Suppose the Boers had killed their prisoners at the outset what would have been the consequence They had more than 20000 at one time At the beginning of the war it was agreed that no natives should be engaged in the con flict The Boers have religiously kept their part of that agreement but the English have not There can be no doubt about that- I have been all around the world and I have never met a finer or braver lot of people than the Boers They will fight as long as their ammunition holds out andwill not give up until their last cart ridge has been fired They dont expect to receive any financial aid from America nor any help in the way of recruits So far they have had only about 2000 out siders all told to assist them and these were mostly the miners engaged in the mines at Johannesburg They formed little laagers and called themselves the American Irish Italian or French brig ade according to their composition At no time have the Boers had more than 32000 men in the field and during the past few months this number has been reduced to about onethird that number The population of the Transvaal and Orange Free State including women and children is only about 200000 and I pave seen boys less than fourteen years old carrying arms The English have bad about 250000 troops in South Africa which can be seen is 60000 more than the whole Boer population Had the Boers had 10000 more men at one time I believe they could have been victorious It is an unjust wara giant against a- dwarfand I am proud to say our sympa thies are with the Boers and against England whose enmity we will for the time being incur The Boers must meet inevitable defeat but my information is to the effect that they will be able to carryon the war for at least a twelve month longer I can not speak officially but I do not believe Mr Kruger will pay a visit to the United States He is a fine old gentleman and the fight he and his people are making for justice and liberty is quite the same as the one in which we are enraged What was Englands primal intention in this war To steal the Rand mines Now what has this criminal purpose cost so far Between 8000000 and 10000 000 a week and up to the present time a taxation indebtedness of 1000000000 has been incurred The Government consols have depreciated since the inception of hostilities from 117 to 192 andover t600000000 of these are held in England Other securities have depreciated in sym exIlte1ttBcid quent to her ships being employed to transport troops lIudthl frilling off in L I carrying trade will not go back Some of it has been secured by American ship ping concerns and other foreign forward ers who will continue to retain this busi ness This of itself is a big loss to sus taint But the worst of all to Englond is her loss of military prestige There is not a country that cares a straw for her now The Boer war has thoroughly demon strated that England can no longer re tain her boasted military supremacy I know absolutely nothing about any proposed American armed invasion into Ire land In fact I have never even heard it suggested My fellowAmericans know the laws of their country and they will not do anything contrary to them They will always remember that they are American citizens first and will not do anything to bring disgrace upon them selvesI consulting with leading Irish Americans on the subject of immigration which if not stopped will In a short time depopulate my native land We want to keep some of the people at home There are only half as many people there now as there were when I was born in 1846 If it is checked it will also benefit conditions in the United States WHO WILL WIN Groat Crowd Will Witness Drawing For Piano Monday Next Monday night on the beautiful grounds surrounding the rectory of St Pauls church on Jackson street there will be given an ice cream festival at which the drawing for the grandupright piano offered as a prize to the patrons of last weeks excursion will take place Rev Father York the beloved pastor is highly elated over the social and finan cial success of the annual outing of his congregation which was without doubt the largest of the year and a handsome sum was realized to assist in his com mendable work All ticket holders should be present Monday evening The young ladies and gentlemen of the congregation will con stitute themselves a reception committee and have arranged for a most enjoyable eveuiiiig for their friends The interest in the drawing is intense and will undoubtedly attract a large gathering of Father Yorks friends to all of whom he tenders his sincere thanks for helping in making this years outing such a decided success MACEIN COUNCIL Arranging For Grand Initia tionBasket Picnic Tuesday Mackin Council is arranging for a grand initiation during the month of September when it is expected fifty new members will be added to the rolls of this popular society Messrs William Kerberg Charles Raidy Fred Herp Louis Heck Dan Cunniff and George Scmonis reported at the meeting this week that special ar rangements had been completed for the oldfashioned basket picnic to be given at Sugar Grove next Tuesday As this is given by request and will be the only excursion to Sugar Grove extra efforts will be made by the young ladies and gentlemen of the council to make the occasion one of real enjoyment The boats will leave Portland and New Albany both morning and noon Amusements of various kinds will be provided and a good band will furnish music CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Thousands Will Accompany Them to Jasper Ind The excursion tomorrow morning of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America to Jasper Ind will doubtless be the largest that has ever left Louisville requiring three sections The committees in charge have made every arrangement for the comfort of the excursionists and a happy reception awaits them at Jasper Nothing has been left undone by the pastor there who will be assisted by his parishioners in receiving the visitors Remember the trains leave the Seventhstreet depot at 7 a m sharp Those who have charge of this affair are deserving of the greatest credit for their excellent work MARRIAGE A SURPRISE John Hughes a former prominent citi zen of Portsmouth 0 but now manager of the Sanitarium Hotel at Martinsville Ind and Mrs Nannie Dubourg one of the most lovable women in Limerick were quietly united in marriage Thursday at noon at the Dominican church Rev Father Fowler performing the ceremony Both move in the best society circles and so well had they guarded their engagement that their most intimate friends were taken by surprise when the news became known After a wedding dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Martin Nilest the happy couple left for an extended honeymoon trip East They will return in about a month and will reside at Martlusvllle Salt placed on the gum when a tooth has been extracted will prevent profuse bleeding at such a time J ST CATHERINES Joy and Gladness Prevail on the Anniversary of St i Dominic Catherine Murnano Takes going and Becomes Sister Mary Ligouri Novices Who Had Completed Their First Year- Advanced IMPRESSIONS AFTER LONG ABSENCE The recurrence of festive days bring joy and gladness to the pious Christian and devout religious alike No day in the calender of the church is more eagerly looked for or more fondly re membered than St Dominics day not only by his children but by the hosts of people in the world who havp come under the gentle influence of the lives and teachings of his whiterobed follow ers No matter in what land or in what clime a Dominican may elect to labor for Jesus he unites with his brethren allover the world in the annual celebra tion on August II At St Catherines theiryrfriendsfounder and at the same time to witness the reception and profession of young women who have partially or wholly completed their term of trial This year the services were unusually beautiful and impressive and we are sure that many of the visitors will go away from St Catherines with llasting impressions of their deep religious beauty though they may not be able to pene trate the depths of spiritual loveliness symbolized in the ceremonial For eight days before the feast of St Dominic the aspirant for the habit and those who had completed their first year of noviccship retire unto solitude that Godmay speak to their hearts Although the secrets of that retirement are known but to each soul the clear shining light on the uplifted countenances of the candidates when they presented them selves before the celebrant in the sanctu ary told the story ofrlong and earnest prayer with God ir + The altars of JlJe r1 voticmlfchapel were ablaze with light and lavishly deco rated with beautiful flowers The church was well filled with the Sisters and their friends when at the ap pointed hour 930 a m the can didate for the habit Miss Catherine Murnane of Newfoundland in bridal attire walked into the sanctuary and prostrated herself at the foot of the altar The celebrant Rev Father De Frame conducted the service in his usual digni 4 fied manner ably assisted by Rev Father Roach novice master of St Rose Father De Frames instructions to the Bride elect of Jesus was particularly impres sive After the mystic espousal Cathe rine Murnane in bridal robes had disap peared from the world and Instead lived Sister Mary Ligouri in the white habit and black mantle of St Dominic having chosen to leave all and follow Christ During the service the choir composed of Sisters rendered the beautiful hymn The Divine Call one stanza of which will linger with many of us awayLeaveI prayIThe novices who had completed their first year of noviate then advanced They were Sister Mary Colett formerly Miss Nellie Buckley of South Boston and Sister Mary Leone Miss Edua Ferrell of Louisville Kneeling in the sanctuary at the feet of the Mother Prioress with bands resting on the open ones of the Mother each read aloud the solemn act of profession The Prioress accepts the sacrifice and the Sisters kneel again be fore the celebrant to hear the solemn j words of espousal The choir then ren dered the great hymn of praise theliTe Deum Laudatnus and the newly pro fessed retired to the Sisters choir to receive the kiss of peace from their Sisters in Christ One who had not visited St Cath erines since 97 was forcibly struck by the many improvements both in build ings and grounds and the general air of prosperity evinced on all sides Among the many improvements we might men tion the Magdalen Chapel and the beautiful statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus recently erected The chapel of St Mary Magdalen is in reality the first chapel used by the foundresses of this MaryMagdalens1822 It has been restored and handsomely embellished in memory of tbjj early foundresses of the community TM altarpiece Magdalen at the Foot of MT Cross is a gem oFBrt The statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus occupies a con sptcuous place immediately Outside of the Sisters cemetery on a high stone pedestal and visible from n long distance St Catherines Academy closed last June its most successful years work with commencement exercises that Com pared favorably with those of the best educational institutions of the country Indications point to eyea greater success during the coming year for these loyal women who work for God alone Z i j i n n KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflH nmmunumnrmm Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WII4I4IA11I 11 IKIGGINS PubUlllber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR sINOLB COPY 5C Entered at the Louisville PostoMlce an SocoHdClnss Matter Mitersall Commaakaiions to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 West Green Street T ADES e e CoU Citl V LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1901 STUDY THE FAITH It goes without saying that every Catholic should learn and know his r faith says the able editor of the Catholic Sun That of course has been always a duty but in our age when so many theories and schemes are put forward and championed by individuals of some distinction it demands even a greater fidelity that will not be withheld by the earnest Catholic Some years ago the study of Christian doctrine was more in evidence than at present We had controversies which whatsoever one may think of the good effected by them were at least calculated to concehtrate our attention on the points under discussion The age of controversy however has passed and the arena is now occupied by the novelist and scientist who have each his own method of teaching c for the new order of things They are for the most part advocates of what they term honest discussion manliness they talk mightily about following ones conscience and al lude compassionately to the old fashioned disputes of the past They believe in a kind of Goda shadowy twentieth century Godand with a condescension truly toKhinR com mend the Sermon on the Mount and other parts of the New Testament Their method of attackfor it is nothing elseon the church is moredifficult to foil then that of the controversialist armed with bits and ends of texts One hardly likes to dub a dulcettongued novel ist wtUnPflnchant for homemade dogma an euemand to place a scientist with a mania for giving mysterious names to things he can r not understand in the same cate gory But they are nnconsciously if you like warring against the faith and the one way to meet andI to conquer them is to give a prom inent place among our studies and readings to the science of our Christian inheritance And the more time we devote to that study the more sshall we discover that the bland and unctuous novelist and scientist who compound uptodate capsules are dangerous humbugs They believe i following ones conscience So do we but it must be an educated conscience and not distorted through our own fault Conscience said Cardinal Newman has rights because it has duties but in this agejj with a large portion of the public it is the very right and freedom of conscience to dispense with conscience I to ignore a law giver and j judge to be independent of unseen obligations Conscience is a stern monitor but in this century it has been superseded by a counterfeit which the eighteen centuries prior heard of and could not h vemisII taken for it if they had It is the right of selfwill But we must not take them too seriously The conscience business plays an im portant role in the motive novel but we are convinced that to those f who use it it has no meaning save 1 that any pretext is good enough to I justify blasphemy They do not I mean itn of course but the pages of some muchheralded publications bristle with statements that show how well their authors despise St j Pauls leading every undertaking ptive to the obedience of faith NEITHER CAN RECEDE I there never was such a thing as war between capital and labor Labor is capital the war isi against 1 the organization of capitalists to get the better of labor and reduce the laborer to a state of servitude and reap thee lions stare of the profit of labor nifty years ago the manu 1 facturer who became rich Sir JJ- Q n U J r spected and looked up to by his employes The rich man of those days lived in an ordinary house and did not trouble himself about poli tics The man placed in office today is placed there to be used to rob the producing classes and his condition has brought into existence monop oly and combined capital against which labor makes war and though often smothered it is a war to th finish Labor will organize until iit can compel the Morgans Hanna- and Rockefellers to cook their own breakfast and wash their ow shirts prophesies a leading manu facturers trade journal Neithe- monopoly nor labor can recede but the present condition will go on until monopoly has been crushed The two biggest monopolies ever known are in a deadly struggle HEIGHT OF GLORY The British Government first de nied then evaded and now frankly admits and even glories in the charge that it has armed the savage natives of South Africa and is usin them in its war upon the Boers just as it used the savage redskin- in its war upon us a century and quarter ago Furthermore Joseph Chamberlain has telegraphed Lord Kitchener1 that the Boers are violat ing civilized usage in summarily shooting any and all savages caught in battleFor glory the war Cham berlain and his colleagues are now carrying on in South Africa sur passes anything which evenBritain has done in that line heretofore It must make British citizens pecu liarly proud of their country as they see it marching in the foremost files of time burning homes rob bing noncombatants concentrat ing women and children to die of disease and seeking to conquer their unconquerable victims by exposing them to the hideous calamities in cident to using against them the black beasts of Zululand and MatabelelandIf enterprise does not prosper then indeed must Britains queer god of battles have for gotten all she has done for him The real fight between the great steel trust and the Amalgamated Association will now take place and the entire world anxiously awaits the outcome Thus far about 100000 men are affected and that number may yet be largely aug mented as the right to organize for the purpose of securing better con ditions and fair treatment is the principal issue involved in this monster strike The course of President Shaffer and his followers thus far has been dignified and con servative and now the masses of the people hope for the success of the workingmeu The Louisville Gas Company has made a proposition to reduce the cost of lighting the City Hall 55 per cent if the city will not erect its own plant Why should the City Hall be lighted cheaper than any other public building The citizens are entitled to the same re duction and should take immediate Steps looking toward the city owning its own plant for lighting pur poses which would secure the pro posed reduction not only for the City Hall but the entire com munityTheDowagerEmpress lFrederick mother of Emperor William of Germany and sister of Ring Edward of England died Monday evening at Cronberg She was the first child of Prince AMiiiMi Que u Vice toria She was married to Prince Ffelericktafterward for a short 1am iI time Emperor of Prussia in 1858 and her married life was rather stormy she being at outs with Bis marck and the German aristocracy at different times Senator Deboe C M Barnett and Nat Cureton have succeeded in defeating the reappointment off Mrs Gertrude Sanders as Post mistress at New Castle The plucky little woman made a gallant fight for the place which pays only 50 per month with which she hoped to support herself and two fatherless children There were no charges against the lady and the only explanation is that th chivalrous Kentucky Senator hopes to further his reelection by this very mean act Down in Hopkins county the nonunion employes in the coal mines are charged with dastardl work Sunday night the residences i theReinecke Coal Company and a I makingsover a dozen instances of this kind ofnmiraculous escapestrhe people arre offered for the arrest of the culprits Ifas Mr Chamberlain says there are only a handful of irre concilables resisting British rule in South Africa why does he need an army of 150000 or 200000 there And why does he arm the savage Kaffirs to fight the Boers Announcement has been made off JoegBlackburn to Mrs Mary Blackburn WarsShae is the widow of a distant relative of the Kentucky Senator The Syracuse Catholic Sun in commenting on the recent decision in the OLeary will case says Judge Toney is a credit to his bench His logic is unassailable and his law is perfect It Capt James Parker counsel for Admiral Schley says the navalrec ords will vindicate the accused officer of every charge brought against him RECENT DEATHS Sincere sympathy is felt for John and Margaret Egan 208 Eleventh street who sustained the loss of their pretty and In teresting infant daughter Catherine Marie The little one passed away Tuesday night and her funeral took place Thursday morning The death of Miss Katie Vissiug daughter of Mrs Catherine and the late William Vissing 1723 Jackson street last Sunday morning caused sincere sor row among her wide circle of friends by whom she was loved for her many Christian virtues Besides her mother she leaves one sister Miss Annie to mourn her loss Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Boniface church which was filled with friends of the bereaved family Another estimable young lady has passed away in the person of Miss Annie Dwyer who died Sunday evening at the residence of her mother Mrs Bridget Dwyer 1073 High avenue Miss Dwyer was twentyone years old and her young womanhood was spent in the West End where she formedthe acquaintance of a large circle of friends who mourn her early death Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church where requiem mass was celebrated by Rev Father Kalleher Last Sunday afternoon Miss Irene Stars only daughter of Mrs Anna Stars passed peacefully away at the family residence 2621 West Chestnut street Miss Stars was a practical Catholic and had an exceptionally noble character Her most happy hours were spent in doing kind acts toward those around her and her amiable disposition won for her the love admiration and respect of all with whom she came in contact The funeral services were conducted by Father Raffo at St Charles church Tuesday morning and were most impressive Miss Stars will be greatly missed by those who knew her and the bereaved mother has the sympathy of all A sad and mournful cortege followed the remains of Mrs Mary Keaney wife of Michael Keaney of 1335 Rogers street Saturdayafternoon at St Johns church where the funeral services were held Mrs Keaney was the mother of Misses Mamie Maggie and Katie Keaney aad John and James Keaney Her death re sulted from a two days illness of typhoid fever and heat prostration and was a severe blow to her vast circle of friendsI Mrs Kearney came to this country from Ireland when a young girl and had since resided here Rev Father Bar officiated at the service anti preacheda feeling j erinon in which beld high tribute to herworth M a wife mother aud CbsrMian womnMyber oul rest in peaceC aU- a I If OCASSWYS DAUGHTER Her hair from the sunbeams their radi once hasstolen As with long rippling glory it hides her from view And the deep azure light when young April hay fallen Is Ute glance of her eye in its heaven of blue honorfJ4xwaltj i upon her As she trips with the graces andwalks by their rule For pleasure entrance And grows where she glances OCassidys daughter Blush Rose of the Coole Her mouth in its dimples and witchery flaming Where mid beautys sweet curves the young loves have their birth lhee painter a dreaming Of a lady supernal no longer on earth Her llaughter clear ringing Like piety bringing To the heart a new gladness in joytide of yuleMaiden modesty taught her She lives oer the water theyCoole andeof motion And her heart where young purity nestles secure Makes her like our young maidens least know the commotion Her gladness or smiles cause our swainsI toendureMay joys caress thee And heavens love bless theel Thy minds like the waters of the soft limpid pool Thou dear Irish maiden Glorycrowned beautyladen OCassidys daughter Blush Rose of the Coole Rev Robert Leech 29c1DY iM J and J B Mclaughlin of Lexington were in the city Tuesday Mr Con Shanahan arrived home Sun day after an extended Eastern trip Mr John W Bishof who has been very ill for the past week ill much better R B Lancaster a leading citizen of Lebanon was here for several days this week c ji Miss Isabelle OConnor has returned from Owensboro where she visited friends 1 Capt Edward Bright and wife are enjoying a short season of rest at Hardin Springs t Miss Margaret Boyle was last week the guest of Miss Daisy Whitehead at New Haven Worden PvStallings and his niece Miss Mary OMeara have returned from Dawson Springs Mrs MV Monarch and Miss Mon arch of Owensboro arrived here Mon day for a short visit Sylvester Rapier one of New Havens most prominent citizens visited here the first part of the week Mrs Frank Krebs has returnedafter a delightful yisit with her father George j Fogle at New Haven Mrs Robt Caster and childrep haveII gone to Mtn Washington to spend the remainder of the summer r t Her manyfriends will rejoice to learn that Miss Mary Shanahan who has been ill since June is now improving 1 Master Edward Cowan of Dayton 0 was this week the guest of Walter and Joe Higgins 1530 West Madison street J I Misses Hattie and Belle Bowling lastjj week enjoyed a delightful visit withjj their uncle Robert Thompson at New Hagen =John Gavin an old and well known Irish resident of New Albany is seriously ill at his home on West First street near Spring Y Orrie Whallen the always genial City Court Deputy Clerk left last Saturday to spenda week at the PanAmerican Ex position The Rev Father McBarron of Evansville arrived in New Albany Tuesday to attend the funeral of his cousin Andrew McBarronMiss r OCallahan has returned I from a short trip to Virginia and is again the guest of her aunt Mrs Dennis I Shanahan Miss Maggie McLaughlin of Third street left Monday for a visit to New York Buffalo and Erie to be gone until September Miss Nell Durning left Tuesday for In dianapolis to be the guest of Mrs John Foley formerly Miss Hannah OBrien of this city James OConnor and family and Mr and Mrs Charles Crush and daughter Adelaide are home from a season spent at Cedar Lake Miss Mary Jordan who has been the charming guest of her sister Mrs Wm McLaughlin has returned to her home in New York Mitt Georgie Clark a pretty visitor from Holy Cress Marion county hits returned home after a pleasant stay with friends in this city U Miss Margaret Lucy and Mrs Iveb Broderklc will arrive home Monday after a ptattajit two week visit with friead st PeValley I fnDeputf Circuit Clerk Frank D cher I one afthelreat known young men about i 1 j- o the Court House spending his vacation at Red Sulphur Springs Ind John Laverly a well known resident ot New Albany left Saturday for Denver where he will remain several months in the hpjpc of being restored to perfect healthMrs James McKenna and sou Master Henry of Fairfield arc the guests of Charles White 1021 West Jefferson street with whom they may remain till after the Conclave Mr Spalding Coleman returned this week from the Michigan summer resorts where he spent the heated term looking the picture of health and happiness His family will return before the Conclave Miss Beatrice Boyd a charming visitor from Zanesville Ohio arrived here this week to be the guest of her aunt Mrs W J Corbett 1328 Twentysecond street during the balance of the summer season Among the pretty visitors here this week was Miss Lena Frcdrich of Mount Carmel 111 who came to be the guest of and attend the wedding of her cousin Miss Mary Zoll 506 East St Catherine street Mrs Isabelle Colemau of Marion county is at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital to remain a few weeks with her daughter Sister Agnita of Nazareth who will spend a large part of her vaca tion here Mrs Edward Cowan and daughters Misses May and Virginia will leave tomorrow for their home in Dayton 0 after a delightful two weeks visit with relatives and friends here all of whom regret their depature Miss Katie Rabenecker and Joseph Lawson two well known young people gave their friends a pleasant surprise by being quietly married at Holy Cross church Rev Father Cunningham per forming the ceremony The euchre and social given at Holy Trinity school hall in New Albany last Tuesday afternoon and evening by the Married Womens Club of Holy Trinity church was largely attended and greatly enjoyed by those who were present Patrick Tracy arrived at his home in Jeffersonville on Saturday after a pleasant visit at Whiting Ind accompanied by his daughter Mrs Beach nee Miss Katherine Tracy who was one of Jeffer sonvilles most accomplished and attrac tive belles Jack Shelley the courteous and obliging teller of the German Bank left this week for a months stay at Niagara Falls and Buffalo For some time past Mr Shelley has not been entirely well but his friends hope his trip will result in his complete recovery James Martin one of the best known young men on the CourierJournal returned Thursday from a three weeks visit with friends in Greeley county Neb He says that part of the country is thickly populated with industrious and prosperous Irishmen A private picnic was given at Cherokee Park in honor of Miss Lillie Keiran Those present were Misses Del and Mollie Keiran Fidelia Squash and Lillie Keiran Messrs John Bishof Felix Allgierer Louis Koster and Willie Squash The party was chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Squash The euchre given Wednesday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Richards East Fifth street New Albany for the benefit of St Edwards Hospital was a grand social success and was greatly enjoyed by the large number who at tended These functions are attracting the best people over the river Miss Anna Schmitt and Louis Lewis both prominent in New Albany society circles were the contracting parties in a pretty marriage ceremony solemnized Tuesday morning at St Marys church Rev Dean Falter tied the wedding knot and was the celebrant of the nuptial mass which was largely attended by friends and relatives of the happy young couple Among the most notable of this weeks social events was the delightful reception and euchre given Wednesday evening at the residence of John F Sullivan 314 East Brecktnridge street in honor of Miss Jennie Sullivan a pretty Frankfort girl who is here visiting her cousins After the distribution of prizes and a number of artistically rendered vocal and instrumental solos the guests of the evening were seated at tables bounteously laden with the seasons delicacies Among those present were Misses Nora Sullivan Mayme Manning Bessie OBrien Edith Ferris Julia Moran Mary Clines Jennie Sullivan Nary Newman Reta Sullivan Mary Noonan Margaret and Abbie OBrien Mrs Thomas OBrien Messrs Joseph OBrien William Kennedy Tom Clines Will Smith Lew Baker Charles and J C Noonan William Newman John OBrien Charles and Edward Sullivan COUNTRY SKETCHES Mrs Joseph Cunningham and two children Eugenie and James Nevin have returned from a trip to Marion county Many spots of beauty and interest were visited in Marion and Nelson counties some of which will form the foundation of charmingsketches for Easters publications during the fall of the present year Friends of Mrs Cans ningham are anxious to have these bits of woodland appear in local journals but we believe her preference Is for Eastern magazines EXTRA POLICE Pat hundred and fifty extra police will appointed Monday August 29 to serve during Conclave week Though the pay foe the six days only amounts to 1350 there ve hundreds of applicant for the petitions Theee men with be placed on beat in the suburb and will have little to do but watch property f HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 will not meet again until the first Monday in September Division 2 has elected President Meet is its representative in the Catholic UnionDivision 2 hada splendid meeting Thursday night and much interest was taken in the proceedings John J Sullivan has succeeded Charles Obst as Secretary of Division 2 The members have in him a srlendid officer Officer J J Beirne Thomas Hannan and John Byron will look after the interest of the unemployed members for the coming year Vice President Con Ford has become quite a finished orator His remark Thursday night were frequently inter rupted by applause The members of Division 3 were pained to learn of the illness of Walte Joyce and Con Kalleher two oldtime and true Hibernians Messrs Thomas Hannan Dan McKen- na Jerry OLeary Martin Minogue and John Byron constitute the Standinj Committee of Division 2 In the absence of President Cavanaugh the chair was occupied by Mike Hobat Monday night His rulings were fair and pleased those present State President Quinn has instituted another new division at Providence The exercises were attended by tbe Hibernian Rifles Among the member are the names of many prominentt citizensSecretary Tynan has sent out special notices to the members of Division Ito attend the meeting Tuesday night Im portant matters requiring immediate con sideration will be submitted and all1 should be present The divisions of the Blackstone Valley in Rhode Island have arranged for a great union field day and parade on Labor day Two bands have been en gaged and some very fine prizes will be offered the winners of the different ath letic contests The public installation of officers ofr the Ladies Auxiliary of Providence last week attracted a large throng the hallI being filled to its utmost capacity Hi bernianism is flourishing in Rhode Island where State President Quinn encourages the divisions with his presence very frequently Pat Welsh and Thomas Quinn tw I newly elected members of Division 3 manifested much interest in the proceedings Monday night Both took partt in the discussion of the most important questions and proved themselves able and ready speakers The order needs more members like them- FASHIONS FOIBLES The fashion for ends is seen again on a mousseline gown with a narrow black velvet belt fastened at one side with a rosette and many loops and ends Two rosettes at the back each with its bunch of ends form another style of sash If you look for the latest thing in black andwhite gowns you will see a white muslin trimmed elaborately with ecrue Cluny and black Chantilly a combina tion chic in the extreme but one which must be artistically manipulated or it can not be a success Lace rosettes with silk tassels in the center are another new device in trim ming Scarfs of spotted and handsome soft brocaded ribbons are knottedand twisted across the front of bodices and seemingly all the ways in which ribbon can be used are appropriated Ribbons of all kinds are much used in decoration showing great variety in the modes of arranging them Quaint arab esque designs carried out in narrow rib bons trim some of the summer gowns and most novel of all is the ribbon rosette with tassel ends falling from the center The embroidered mulls and batiste gowns are quite as chic as any of the thin gowns and it is in this material that we see the three flounce skirt The flounces are circular in shape andwith the embroidered edges they are very effective but not so popular as trimming which gives the longer lines Taffeta mousseline in either black or white is one of the most popular fabrics with everything desired in the way of luster It is made up in various ways with fine tucks and lace insertions in vertical or horizontal lines but the latest phase in its construction is a foundation dress of flowered white taffeta Both long and short plumes are used Long plumes beginning under the brim at one side and carried around the crown make a very becoming effect on a large hat especially if it is black The Marquise hat is very popular and the use of narrow black velvet ribbon is shown on an other style of hat in fancy straw The most charming thin gowns worn by the matron this season are the black flowered muslins made over white taffeta and trimmed with the openwork black mousseline embroidery which forms the flounce and the sleeves lined only with white chiffon and finished with a black Chantilly frill over one of white lace Outing hats are in greater variety than ever this season and yet the summer girl has appropriated the Panama and adopted It to her use with her usual cleverness The high price makes it simply irresisti ble eveq though it is not half so becom ing as the pretty stitched white silk hats draped around the crown with a soft scarfBlack and white is a universal com bination in millinery and especially in all sorts of breasts and wings and scarfs so commonly used on the shirt waist hat Cherries either black or red area very populartrimming for simple straw hat to wear lIn the morning while for the wore dressy order of headgear flowers and lactate the things to Live j a G Up SUIr Over BnzlUh Woolen mil Store One Door West of the OIl Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele Kant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A1 BRORIN6 DrDr Sr PROPRIETOR IRISH SOCIETYS DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1011 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T MeehanIVice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording SecretaryJohn Mooney KeaneyITreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyoLynchRecording Gilles piet SecretaryJoseph P McGinnAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas KenneySentinelTimothy RIVERVIEWJ PARI POPULAR PLEASURE RESORT outingslawnThis is the coolest and prettiest spot in Louisville Free con everySundaydancing during the week No Improper Characters All- owedKENWOOD PARK 1TAKE PARK CARS VIA Ti11RD STREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where You Oct Something Good 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 PHENX HILL PARK NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON L Now Is the Time to Secure Dales For PicnicsOutings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier TwelvehensJan 12 Feb 20 March 138 May I 42 June118 July 137AID ffSept UJi Oct 83Noy M Dec u- o e r j Modoi11ItIIMiIpNllR1a r PARADISE rr ra rr 1 ROOMr ii rr iGood Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool r Ma Ja HICKEY PROPRIETOR r rr Telephone 884 248 West Jefferson Street ITheAcknowledGed cellence Standard of Ex Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another GEHER SON 214 Market near Second RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines 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 I i TRADE MARKS DESIGNS Ac I Anyone sending a ikctch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free wnotner an Imentlon probably patentable CommunlCfto non atrlctly oonCc2elltiaL handbook on Patent sent tree Oldest npency tor lecnrlnirpatcnt Patents taken through Mann A Co rccclre Pedal notice without cbanro In the A handiomcb Illustrated weekly lareest cit culationI of any gclcntlfla journal Terms 3 a Branch Office KB V St Washington DC Big IEXPERIENCE COPYRIGHTS I newsdealersINN Scientific JMierican Four IJtDj 1901 PanAmericanr Exposition Ble Four Route in connection with Lake Shore Michigan Southern and equipped train moorlvtattreequent nelt in tervali to Buffalo from South St West 81a1cl1PYestdenfWarrrn Agt WPDepptAGPA J Cincinnati SIJJ GATES Gen Agent Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN 1 BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Comer Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OPFICS No 218 Fourth Ave 18 J QA2E C Mfl Agent toirriHeXy WAMUf J LYNCH GP A WK P DBPPK AO P A cwcnwuTi p 1 rJ u o- nI y FOR IRISH DAY Committees Mot and Mapped Out Plans For Mlle Celebration IrishAmerican Society Will Invite Michael Davltt to Visit Louisville J Annual Outing of St Patricks Congregation Grove at Fern BOTH EXPECTING LARGE CROWDS The various committees having in charge the big reunion and picnic of the Irish American Society at Riverview Park on Monday August 19 met Wed nesday evening with Secretary Flynn when the plans of the celebration were mapped out and the work subdivided among the members The most important business trans acted related to the attractions for the occasion and upon motion the officers were instructed to invite Michael Davitt the Irish patriot who is now on a short tour of the principal cities to visit Louis ville and be the guest of the IrishAmer scan Society on that day Should he be able to come Riverview Park will be scarcely able to hold the crowd that will greet him The committees are all hard at work for the success of this event and they will submit their programme at the meeting of the society Thursday night which every member is earnestly urged toattendChairman Edward OBrien and his committeemen have completed arrange ments for a great days enjoyment at Fern Grove on Monday August 19 when the outing of St Patricks congregation takes place All the boats have been secured and Scallys baud will furnish music of a high order on the trip and at the grove These annual outings of St Patricks congregation are perhaps the most nu merously attended of any given and all who attend are assured a good time There will be plenty of amusements and refreshments galor and besides Mon signor Gambon an I Fathers Kelleher and Boland will be Ulere to greet their friends from all over he city This is a fine opportunity for a splendid days outing POOL NOW OPEN The new bathing pool at St Xaviers College on Broadway near Second street was thrown open Thursday It has no superior in the city and all the pupils past and present of this famous educa tional institution are invited to take ad vantage of the enjoyment it affords MOONLIGHT AND MINSTRELS The Trinity Minstrel Company a well known East End musical organization will give a moonlight excursion on Wednesday evening August 21 There will be dancing and refreshments and in addition a musical programme will be rendered concluding with a grand cakewalk All who attend will have a good time PROMOTED Will Burke a popular young New Al banian who has for some time been hold ing a clerkship with the Southern rail way in this city has been promoted to a responsible position in the companys office at East St Louts He left this week to assume the duties of his new place followed by the best wishes of a wide circle of friends HOW SHE SOLVED THE PROBLEM A lesson in arithmetic is no joke a painful reality rather yet a Boston schoolboy is alleged to have been inspired to humor by the very worst of the problems in long division says the Youths Companion After he had failed on the sums the teacher set he asked permission to give one of his own The privilege was grantedMy has eight children he said and she doesnt like to favor one above another She was at the market the other day and she bought eight apples for them one apiece but when she got home she found shed lost one apple All the same she divided the apples so as to give each child the same number How tad she do It The class got along to fractipms and the boy insisti d that his aunt knew nothing about algebra So the puzzled teacher finally asked Well how did Ishe divide the seven apples so as to give each of the eight children an equal Mtinbcr Vghe made applesauce Said an Iritl1uanIf a Yankee was out away on a desolate Maud bcd get up early 0ie not morning earl Mil every inhabitant a map of the place n RAILROAD EXCURSION Come With Us to Jasper Ind CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA I WILL GIVE A GRAND EXCURSION BUHDAY ATJQUBT 11 = 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 715 Returning leaves Jasper Ind at 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 COUNCIL At Sugar Grove Tuesday August 13 1901i Boats leave Portland Wharf at 8 a mand i pm New Albany 815 a m and ii5 p m Tickets TwentyFive Cents Sold at the Wharf Only IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The New Ross regatta was held in very hot weather Dublin University and many of the leading South of Ireland crews competed Another drowning case occurred at Curleys Hole Dollymonat on Friday the victim being a boy named Thomas Norris of Bolton street The Cork Daily Herald ceased publica tion July 27 the concern having been purchased by the publishers of the Cork Examiner The Herald was a pronounced Healyite organ On Monday it was reported in Nenagh that James Broderick subagent on the Tipperary property of Howard Stafford OBrien Blatherwick Hall Norfolk had resigned his position On Friday his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin laid and blessed the foundation stone and ground of the new Catholic chapel and Nuns residence attached to the Rathdown workhouse at Loughlins townIn deference to the strongly expressed demand of Edmund Bourke Local Gov ernment Board Inspector the Borrisokaue Guardians have taken steps to carry out extensive improvements in the work houseOn Saturday morning William Mur phy a young Dublin chemist was found dead at his residence on Stephens Green The deceased had been in good health and the cause of his sudden death is un explained The Belleek Pottery Company turned out to the order of George Doherty Creggan road Derry a magnificent pair of vases for presentation to Sir Thomas Lipton on his departure from Greenock AmericaAn was held on Friday at the municipal buildings Cork into the cir cumstances attending the drowning of a youth named Timothy Riordon of Green mount A verdict of accidental death was returned On Tuesday P C Cowan Chief En gineering Inspector of the Local Govern ment Board held an inquiry in the Town Hall Athlone into an application for a loan of 40000 to erect artisans dwellings in the town At the Belfast assizes before the Lord Chief Baron Bernard McVeigh charged with wounding Bernard McKenna was found not guilty although evidence was given that the accused was a member of a riotous crowd who shouted Theres another Fenian down Sunday being the Sunday within the octave of the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel was observed with great solem nity in the Carmelite church in Dublin His Grace the Archbishop presided Ser mons were preached morning and even fag by the Rev Dr Butler O C C The trial of Arthur Trew Richard Braithwhite Robert Calvert and Thomas Greeves members of the Belfast Pro testant Association who were committed for participating in illegal conspiracy to cite riot was commenced on Tuesday at the Belfast City assizes before the Lord Chief Baron At the Killaloe petty sessions James Coffey solicitor Limerick William Me Keogh and James Moore of Ballina were prosecuted by the Limerick Fishery Con servators for illegally using an instru ment called an otter for fishing pur poses in the River Shannon at Killaloe Fines of 20 and costs were imposed in each case On Saturday in the case of Morrissey a bankrupt add his brother the Court of Appeal decided that the order of Judge Boyd sentencing them to imprisonment for an alleged criminal offence in con nection with the bankruptcy was right The case involved questions as to the Judge powers and whether the defendants were entitled to trial by jury A man named Francis Kennedy lies in a critical condition in Barringtoas Hoe pital M the result of having bee stabbed in the eye in a street row at Limerick Kennedy states that he MW two brother il R- l named Patrick and Francis Meara beating 1 his brother and going to his assist once he was attacked by the Mearas and stabbed in the eye with something sharp The Mearas have been arrested and re manded I At Limerick petty sessions Michael i Roche was charged with having assaulted Constables Portobello and Cotrell by bit ing them and with kicking Acting Ser geant Healy It appeared from the evidence that prisoner bit Constable Porto bello so severely on the legs arm and hand that he was undertreatment at Bar ringtons Hospital Roche who is an old I offender was sentenced to nine months imprisonment Justice Leonard thCjWell known DubII lin salesmaster Mrs Leonard and a relative Miss Mangan while traveling by the electric tram along the North Circular road had a very narrow escape from fatal injury A live wire snapped in two and the broken parts fell where the party was seated on the top of the car burning tbe clothes of the three who promptly extricated themselves from their perilous position I At Belfast Justice Baron on Friday re sumed the hearing of the trial of John and Sarah Jane Wilson indicted for un lawfully neglecting to provide their servant Agues Garvey with sufficient food clothing and lodging so that her I life was endangered The girl died in May last At the conclusion of the de j I fense his Lordship directed the jury toIt acquit the female prisoner as she was not criminally liable After a short ab sence the jury found the male prisoner not guilty and be was acquitted and his wife was also discharged On Tuesday morning the Lord Chief Justice sat in the City Courthouse Cork and took up the hearing of the Tallow conspiracy case in which the defendants were charged with conspiring to intimi date and boycott David OKeeffe shopkeeper in the town of Tallow The tra versers were P F Walsh Chairman Waterford County Council Alex Heis kins John Magrath Michael Cunning him Redmond OBrien Matthew OBrien Cornelius Ronayne Laurence Walsh and J J Walsh Thirtytwo jurors were ordered to stand by by the CrownThe death took place on Friday morning at his residence Edwardstown Bally neety of John Russell J P whose genial nature made him most popular in the county Mr Russell was sixty years of age and had only recently returned from London where he underwent an operation for come internal complaint His father was largely engaged in the bacon trade and in 1829 when a fire occurred at his stores the melted fat ran in rivulets through the streets according to the recollection of some very old in habitants Deceased was High Sheriff for County Limerick many years ago A plucky rescue from drowning was witnessed on Saturday dt Mount Kennett quay Limerick A man named Ryan tripped over a rope and fell into the Shannon He would certainly have been drowned had not John Mulqueen with out taking off any of his clothes plunged in and held up Ryan until a boat was brought round when both were brought ashore Several sailors were on board a ship close by but none of them made any attempt at rescue John Mulqueen is a brother of Joseph Mulqueen who gal lantly attempted to save the life of a blind man in the Shannon some months since On Friday the Lord Chief Baron opened the Belfast City assizes In addressing the jury his Lordship referred to the four persons charged with conspiracy which was in connectipn with the Catho lic jubilee procession about five weeks ago It will be remembered that the processionists were violently attacked by persons who it is alleged were incited to the act by the four men charged among whom was the preacher Trew His Lordship said as a riot was a crime it followed that an agreement between two or more to incite others to commit a crime was a conspiracy and as such was indictableOn evening it was discovered MurphyBellylteiaport gos Oakley Park sear JCUIoufb had re and anortlr 001f CIPatrick aInlI I IIIt Burns of Ballygallen an adjoining town land had been found wounded in a similar manner and died shortly afterward The matter having been reported to the police on Saturday morning Messrs Dunlop Hughes and Blackwood veter madeia postmortem A few days ago the tail was pulled off a cow belonging to John Gibben at Kildares Crew near Ard glass for which a claim for conI pensa tion has been lodged Nine calves belonging to Frank Burke of Bradford County Clare flied on Sunday most mysteriously It seems that they were fed on milk as usual out of a trough in the morning and on Burkes dyingILater on a messepger was dis patched for Surgeon Ryan of Limerick and on his arrival he found eight calves dead while another died soon afterward Ryan made pot mortem examinations of the bodies and came to the conclusion that death was the result of some irritant poison He brought away for analysis some of the contents of the stomachs and some cream skimmed from the milk given to the calves that day The police are inquiring into the strange affair which has created quite a sensation in the neighborhood as Burke is most popular among all classes To a deputation representing the Cork City regatta committee the Lord Chief Justice on Monday in Cork said he was most anxious that on the occasion of the Cork Exhibition next year an inter national boat race should be held on the River Lee He favored the site used by the regatta committee for their annual regatta He thought the stretch of water from Dunkettle to the promenade quay most suitable He would guarantee a substantial challenge cup and he depu tied the deputation to act as a committee for the purpose of carrying out all the ar rangements and making the race an unqualifiedsuccess He suggested to the deputation that they should write to all rowing clubs in the United Kingdom on the subject with a view to securing their cooperation in every way possible The deputation promised to carry out the wishes of his Lordship USEFUL HINTS It is said that parsley eaten with onions will destroy the offensive odor that af fects the breath The parsley should be served in sprigs and eaten as you would celery Clean carved ivory with a paste of dampened sawdust and a few drops of lemon juice Lay it on thickly allow it to dry and then remove with a nail brushRub a curtain pole with kerosene oil until it is perfectly smooth using a woolen cloth for the purpose The pole rings will run much more easily if the pole is treated in this manner Glass that has a smoky appearance may be cleaned by applying diluted nitric acid when soap turpentine alcohol or scouriugwitbwhiting would make no impression an them Water of ammonia is also effective An excellent gargle for the throat is simply salt and water Many serious cases of throa affection might be cured by the use of tins alone if only taken in time gargling every hour or half hour as the need warrants Breathing exercises are beneficial to every organ They give the body an erect bearing and increase the ffaculty for work Whether one hopes to excel either in mental or physical work the ability to breathe deeply is valuable- If metal teapots are not used for some time they acquire a peculiar unpleasant odor frequently giving a disagreeable taste to tea made in them It is said that this may be obviated by dropping a lump of sugar into the pot when it is put away Lemon Sherbet Put in a vessel one half pound powdered sugar with one quart cold water grate in the rind of one large lemon and the juice of three large ones beat well for five minutes put ina freezer and finish ai for ice cream toofhave Some round again is the copper bade which is pretty enough but not always becoming The color which stands out abet conspicuously ila the panoraaM of drat however k pale Mae lP n a ZOOLOGICAL GARDE W T MHIIIr3IIAMArTAQI3 1R The Only Park in Louisville Playing High Class Attraction VAUDEVILLEBOSTON LADIES BAND ALL KINDS OF WILD ANIMALS FIREWORKS FRIDAY NIGHTS Admission to the Park Ten Cents Children Free I SAVAGES Employed by England to Exterminate the Bravo Boors The South African Outlook Con tluues Unrelieved of Gloom The Rebellion in Cape Colony Is Steadily Becoming More Widespread YEOMAN CAN NOT SHOOT OR FIGHT Though Commandant Kritzingers shooting of Gen Frenchs native scouts arouses a furious protest here the avowal that England has enlisted savages to aid in exterminating the Boers has given the nation pause says the Worlds London Correspondent This is not only a viola tion of the express pledge given by Mr Balfour at the outset of the war but it is contrary to all civilized usages Still the natives have rendered service after their kind to the British forces on the Swazi land border They were employed both in the relief of Mafeking from the north and by Gen BadenPowell in defense of that place None know better than the British in South Africa that when you put arms into the hands of the natives and send them to fight it means that every rule of civilized warfare will be abandoned that no quarter will be given that the woundedwill be murdered and that other and nameless horrors will be perpe trated Gen French himself sent Zulus to harass the Boers in Northeastern Transvaal by raiding their cattle He was shifted from that command in conse quence of it owing to the protest from the Natal Government Both sides have used natives with their transport trains but Gen French has been the first to acknowledge that he employed them as scouts The Boers think they have enough to face in Eng lands 250000 men without being placed at the mercy of hordes of black barbari ans The South African outlook con tinues to be unrelieved of gloom Chancellor of the Exchequer Beach has been forced to admit that the war is costing 10000000 a weeknot 650000 as was estimated by the War Office re centlyand he can not hold out the slightest encouragement that it will end before Christmas- It is believed in military circles that the subjugating of the Boers will cost England 1000000000 The operations have now entered upon their most obsti nate stage The rebellion in Cape Colony is steadily becoming more widespread owing to exasperation caused by the inexorable treatment of the rebels The Boers have been nearer Cape Town in the past fortnight than at any time during the war Then the policy of replacing regulars by yeomanry proved disastrous Lord Kitchener has sent home a large percentage of the yeomen recently shipped to him because they can not ride shoot or fight Among the regulars the imperial yeomanry are known as the Im Yours brigade from their inveter ate habit of surrendering THE ZOO The Zoological Garden has attracted large crowds every night this week and last night thousands went out to witness the fireworks Manager Sheehan has secured vaudeville stars for next week He is daily becoming more popular with the amusement loving public KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS The Knights of Columbus of this city and their invited frieuds will have art enjoyable days outing at Fern Grove on Wednesday August 21 These affairs are very select and those are fortunate who receive invitations This splendid society of Catholics is one of the most influential in the country and the reports from all the States are very gratifying clergymen and laymen joining in large numbers IRON MOLDERS DAY The fortysecond annual picnic of Iron Molders Union 16 will take place Monday at Fern Grove and the members of this pioneer labor union look forward to the event with ecstacy The commit tee in charge are all well known gentle men and know how to make their friends happy on such an occasion They are John Cavanaugh John Fernow vie Nicholas William Russell Gus Hub buch Albert Volz and William Reinhart The boats leave Firs street at 930 and 130 and as this is the best labor outing of the season large numbers of working men and their families will attend FRENCH LICK SPRINGS MONON ROUTE The greatest mineral waters on earth Pine accommodations and excellent fare Natures own antidote for stomach liver byatWlIgXttt Louisville K- yvlsbly the main wboar wife owns a pug dog hs titesymihyof the dog I t t t HEY lRfBlNG8HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY Americas and European Piss 620622 W Market St LotlsirltMr Telephone 3431A dollar pecial rates to professional peo pIe ++++4++++4 WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON I John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run O- utMOORESPLG 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest anH Coolest Glass Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDSu HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 DUNIGANS SeventeenYearOlda Whiskies Bourbon and Rye for familyiuse 600 per gallon N W Corner Seventh and St Catherlse FAHEFS EXCHANGE 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in red boHersra I Z2 regular 17 l2c quality orZULadies Knit UnderwearII o Ladles Ribbed Vests wing sleeves taped neck C C worth lOc closing price O OCandII laCneII Ladies Union Suits ankle length close fitting two Inch 3ACqualityLadies White Lisle Thread Vests handcrochet yoke 39Cclosing In the St Last the meet ing of the St took at the of the on East with a and of all the par to the call The mem has to such an that the dues to over 200 and Mrs the dent and the now feel that the of the St is The of Vice not been filled the was up on Mrs of the who was by It was also to a Vice to the the well were St Mrs St Miss of Mrs Mrs J R St de Paul Usr J J leve St St Neri Miss S Hus A All were in the for them and the and be to meet of the con at the next will be held All are to come that the may east to west from to with not one link from the that has been for The the of the of the Will If UM fOC the of St i 50 p3Cfast65 5c10c55 of Ilose with tops TlC and 12c at 12 polkadotsOCandII 45 12lCblackII 40 12CwhileII 75 15CblackI 80 9CanklesII Childrens Slippers For 50 of operaheelsFor Red Kid One a isoles 1 to 5 from 75c from OU OO handIturned13 12 from tj P I1 tips 150iito 8 from 2 C 1I For toes opera heels and soles 2 to 8 front 3 IJ BACON SONSI iiMarket Street Bet Third and Fourth ANNUAL LAWN FETEBE FOR THE BENEFIT HOLY CROSS CHURCHAt the Residence of Mr Henry Koch Thirtyfirst and Broadway WEDNESDAY THURSDAY EVENINGS AUGUST 21 22 1901 Admission Take Parkland EARNEST WORKERS Prominent Ladles Anthony Sewing Society Monday evening second Anthony Sewing Society place temporary home Franciscan Sisters Gray street large gratifying attendance prominent ladies nearly ishes responding bership increased extent collected amounted John Walters Presi good Sisters success Anthony Sewing Society assured office President having honor conferred Charles Smith Cathedral chosen acclamation decided have President from every parish assist executive officers when following known ladies selected CathedralMrs Anna Wathen JohnsMrs James OConnor- St Louis BertrandMiss Emma Dep penSt Mary MagdalenMrs Emma WallerSt John Dacher Josephs Teresa Weiss ISt Francis Assissl Michael ZiemlichSt Stey Vincent Brunt Cecilias Miss Minnie Regan Philip Mary Fogarty Blessed SacramentMrs Mary seySt BonifaceMrs Frank Geher present interested work planned Sisters ladies would glad lady representatives missing gregations meeting which Monday evening September earnestly urged chain reach from north south missing grand chain formed sweet charity TRANSFifKEO Echo contains annotiflcetBeut trawrftr Rev Father Iloforty yMri beloved and Malotu rector Catherines Ladies Hosiery dozen Ladies fancystriped drop stitch former price Ladies Oxford Ties and 0QQC about pairs Ladies Dongola Oxford 0 LoC Infants Strap Slippers hand turned Sizes Reduced OQC QQC 148ent Ladles Reduced OR Ladies CpliUO Reduced turned Sizes 0 s0 TO GIVEN OF AND AND Ten Cents Cars deeply church Reduced at New Havenf to Nazareth Academy where he will be stationed in the future While his removal is regretted he carriesI with him the best wishes of the people of New Haven andTvlcinity irrespective of creed or color for his future happiness BOYCOTT UPHELD The British Douse of Lords has ren dered an important judgment affecting trades unions The case was brought up on appeal from the judgement of the Irish courts awarding a wholesale butcher damages againsUhe Butchers Assistants Association which brought pressure to bear on retailers to boycott the plaintiff until he dismissed a certain nonunion employe threatening otherwise to call out the union employes of the firms concernedand finally induced the non unionists to leave the plaintiff The Lords dismissed the appeal on the ground that the alleged acts of Wrongful and malicious conspiracy were not undertaken to advance the intesests of the workmen themselves but soley to injure the plaintiff EVENING OP PLEASURE An ice cream festival for the benefit of the Blessed Sacrament church will be given Tuesday evening at Beechwood Park on State street near the Blind Asylum The young ladies of the Im maculate Conception Sodality are taking great interest in this festival Bnda pleasant time is in store for all who at tend This beautiful suburban hilltop is reached by the Market street and Clifton cars and affords opportunity for an en joyable ride The zealous pastor Rev D OSulHvan and the leading members of the congregation will be there to greet the visitors and none should for get to avail themselves of this opportu nity to aid the Blessed Sacrament church- lY LAND AND SEA Sit to Mackisse eel Nerthm Mkfclgaa PeWs On Wednesday August 14 the M non Route will sellltickets from Louisville- to Mackinac Petoskey Bay View and Charlevoix and return at 10 by way of Chicago and the sumptuous steamer Manitou The steamer sails Thursday morning August 15 at 11 oclock Tickets good returning fifteen days Meals a la carte and berths from 1 to 2according to location As party is Jim ited to 160 early application should be particU1AAI H Bacon let Passenger Agent Moaou Route iailleKyt r f CATHOLIC ABSTAINERS Notable Temperance Assem bly Meeting at Hart ford Conn The annual convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America opened at Hartford Conn on Wednes day to last four days and extraordinary efforts were inaugurated to strengthen the organization The membership has been steadily increasing especially since the silver jubilee convention which was held in New York City in the summer of 1895 under the patronage of Archbishop Corrigan and now the rolls contain nearly 100000 names One of the affiliated clubs in Chicago is made up exclusively of lawyers Another the League of the Cross of San Francisco is uniformed body of young men organized into military companies The League gave a re ception to President McKinley when be paid a visit to the Pacific coast a few months ago One of the peculiarities of the National Union is that it does not believe that rum is necessarily bad in itself or that saloons run in strict accordance with excise laws are the worst things in the world But says the union as it is im possible to bring about a moderate use of alcoholic beverages or anything like a decent observance of excise laws by saloonkeepers there is only one course left open to temperance advocates and that is to enjoin total abstinence as the only panacea for the evils that follow in the wake of the liquor traffic The union is also nonpolitical and is not in sym pathy with the Prohibition party The convention was preceded by a meeting of the Executive Council and Presidents and Secretaries of diocesan unions Just before the regular proceeding opened poutificial high mass was celebrated for the delegates by Bishop Tierney did TURNOUT The regular weekly meeting of the Labor Day Committee of the Central Labor Union was held Tuesday night when it was reported that fiftysix organizations had promised to participate in the great Labor day parade 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