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F t KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN f VOLUME VIINO7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS NOT YET Division 4 of tho Hibernian Almost Solid Against- Consolidation Their Action Disposes of the Question Fflr Some r 0Years 4 Hereafter the Initiations Will Take Place on Sunday Nights TREASURER BRADYS FINE REPORT The question of consolidating the four divisions of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians of this city into one which pas for some time past been the allabsorbinj topic of discussion among the members was settled for the present at least by the action of Division 4 at its meeting Wednesday night nearly all the members voting in favor of continuing the four divisions as heretofore There was a very fair attendance of members present when President John Hennessy resplendent in a new outfit opened the meeting Close attention was given the reading of the minutes by the new Recording Secretary John Gillespie winch were carefully recorded Six more names were added to the roll the investigating committees reporting favorably upon Messrs William J Reilly John Crowe James Duane Robert E Sullivan Alonzo Mitchell and Daniel Dowdy who were all elected to memo bership Besides these there is a large number of other candidates who will be initiated next month Vice President Tom Lynch Treasurer Harry Brady and others are endeavoring to have a class of fifty for that event The Visiting Committee reported John Connors and John Martin sick and un able to leave their homes and requested brother members to visit them All bills were paid including the per capita tax for the current month and September Treasurer Brady sprung a pleasing surprise by announcing that the amount in his hands was sufficient to meet all expenses until the first of the year without drawing from the funds now on deposit which aggregate nearly 1000Joe P McGinn of the committee appointed by the County Board to submit the proposition to consolidate the divis ions reported the actfon taken and made quite an eloquent speech in its favor believing such course would result in bet ter attendance and more interest in the work of the order Others who ad dressed the division were President Heunessy Tom Lynch Robert Mitchell and Harry Brady who gave what they n thought were good reasons for opposing such action They argued that all the divisions were now growing rapidly and if the members would devote their ener gies to securing applications rather than consolidation it would not be long until it would tax the capacity of the hall to accomodate those who would attend the different meetings As this queston was thoroughly agitated about a year ago the sentiment was for immediate action and the resolution favoring consolidation was rejected by an almost unanimous vote Before adjournment President Hen nessy made the announcement that here after initiations would take place on Sunday evenings This is found to be necessary in order to more satisfactorily carry out the work of conferring the de grees as prescribed by the new ritual The ceremonies are Imposing and im pressive and the change was made in order that a greater number may have the opportunity of witnessing them The paraphernalia secured by the County Board is very elaborate and has been very favorably commented on by those who have witnessed recent initiations The two degree teams have been devoting much time to their work and are now very proficient Those elected in the order will all hereafter be initiated at stated intervals instead of weekly meetings which will greatly lessen the work and give more general satisfaction Upon the whole the meeting was the most interesting held by Division 4 since the annual election of officers PRAISEWORTHY The New Albany Division of the Order of Railway Conductors some time ago decided to furnish and maintain two rooms in the new St Edwards Hospital I for railroad men who may chance to be comnlckor injured For this purpose they have appropriated out of their treasury and raised by subscription 000 Next Thursday they give an excursion and picnic to Sugar Grove the proceeds of which will go tp make up the required amount This praiseworthy aclouofthe railway men should be followed by others and the friends of charity will doubtless turn out in large numbers and thus show their approval of the CbristlaCi spirit displayed by the conductors u ntSMIT Bltl2N The Nsbyillt Banner of a rcen- tpvblId date the following announcement about a former welt known LoofayiU U o IfiettM vA KP J Braetrtodky in pounce the engagement of their daugh I ter Miss Alice Breen and Mr Eugen Maurice Smith The wedding will take place early in October in St Marys Cathedral and will be a handsome affair The Rev Father John B Morris will pronounce the ceremony after which ia reception will take place before the young couple leave for an extended tour through the East Miss Breen is a girl who besides being possessed of unusual attractions of face and manner is known in a large circle for her sweetness of disposition and a kindliness and ready tact that endear her to her friends She is popular in society and the announcemeul of her approaching marriage will be reo ceivedwith interest Mr Smith is the son of H F Smith of this city and is a nephew of Milton H Smith of Louisville He came to Nash ville about three years ago when his father became Traffic Manager of the Nashville Chattariooga St Louis rail road and has lived here ever since He fills an important position in his fathers office and gives great promise ofa rapid rise in his chosen work Since coming to Nashville he has won a large circle of friends and has become generally popular in the clearest sense of the word Mr Smith is an artist of no small ability and has done some unusually praiseworthy watercolor pictures He and his bride will reside lin Nashville s FATHER ALBERT tails For His Far Away Mission on St Andrews Island Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American Nw YORK Aug 10The Rev Albert Stroebele who three years ago took charge of StI Augustines colored congregation in Louisville re turned from Kentucky about a month ago his engagement with Bishop McCloskey having come to an end July 4 He spent the past month in this city calling upon his numerous friends and last Sunday was the celebrant at the solemn high mass at St Patricks Cathedral and upon invitation- of the rector he spoke at the 10 and 11 oclock services to large congregations concerning the new field of labor he is now entering iponthe negro mission- on St Andrews and Providence Island in the Carribean Sea South America Upon the request of some hundreds of the friends he had made while rector of the famous St Anthonys shrine at Butler N J Which he built itf 1892 and was solemnly dedicated by Monsignor JaJolli Apostolic Delegate in 1894 he celebrated his farewell mass at St Anthonys altar in the Cathedral this morning and about a thousand people were present not only from New York City but from I Brooklyn Jersey City Newark and other neighboring towns After the mass he blessed the assembly with the relic of St Anthony which had been exposed during the services In conclusion he made an appropriate ad dress recommending himself and his new mission to the prayers of the people after which nearly everybody present called on him to wish him Godspeed The donations he received he told a friend would more than cover his traveling expenses Many accompanied him to the steamer Atlas which will take him to Port Limon from where he will proceed via sailing vessel to St Andrews Island about 200 miles from the coast of Nicaragua where he will have his nearest neighboring priest He left with the blessing of His Grace Archbishop Corri- gan and the good wishes of all his friends B L a FOR LABOR DAY Invitations Extended to Gov Beckham and Mayor Weaver An important meeting of the Labor Day Committee of the Central Labor union was held at Becks Hall last Tuesday night when encouraging reports were received and many details perfected for the great parade and picnic that will take place on Monday September 2 Upon motion it was decided to invite Gov Beckham and Mayor Weaver to participate in the days festivities and the latter will also be invited to address the unionists at Phoenix Hill Chief Marshal Knecht has selected as his as sistants John Fuchs of the brew rs Herman Christen of the cigarmakers John Young of the batb f8anclS C Moore of the salesmen Chairman McGill announced that letters had been received from William Jahon who had been invited to be the orator of the day declining to come here because of previous engagements The route of the parade has not yet been decided upon but all indications point to a large turnout unions Within the past few days many have suggested that the proceeds of the picnic be given the iron and steel workers to help them in their struggle and it would not be surprising it this were done a MOONLkMIT Next Wednesday nightttbt Trinity Mlinistrel Company will give Hi moon JiJht xcuraicrnup the fivtr There will be danciug daeM walk and an at tretivt feature of the rveaiog will be te aiafciaf of TUlm Ida Senf The inUemen charge will provide plenty OI rtfMpihments with jourgood timel fofimwh attend t a BELFAST I Unbridled Orange Brutality and Reign of Terror Now Prevails II Catholics Hunted and Mal II treated by Several Thou sand Roughs Fanatics Whose Acts Would Disgrace Souh Sea Islanders NEED FOR POLICE PROTECTION From the Dublin Freeman we repro duce the following from the letters of its Belfast correspondent relative to the late Orange riots in that city during the first week of this month Monday the state of affairs at and around the Queens Island was of a most serious and alarming character Organized attacks by men of all ages on Catholics were the order of the day When Catholics were picked out and identified the ringleaders of the Orange mobs blew whistles for the purpose of calling their followers to gether and when the unfortunate vic tims were knocked senseless cheers and exulting cries were raised One illustra tion will show the temper of the Orange fanatics whose acts would disgrace South Sea Islanders The victim is Daniel Gilmore twentyfive years of age a fitter whose address is given as Duncairn street According to his own story he was sitting quietly in a shed off the Alexandra dock having finished his dinner when he was attacked suddenly by a number of workers Without either rhyme or reason he was knocked down at once and rendered senseless the poor fellow remembering nothing until he was taken into the ambulance Gilmore must have received a terrible beating Dr Logan who attended to him on his removal to the Royal Hospital told a press representative he had got as bad a beating as he had ever seen Ther were contusions practically all over the body bruises and marks appearing on the arms legs body and head and on the riglit Jaw When admIttedheAwas suffering greatly from the shock and his condition is very critical Gilmore was employed on the steam ship Philadelphia and his only fault is that he is a Roman Catholic He says at any rate that he knows of no other cause He is unable to identify any of his assailants as they came upon him so quickly When the ambulance contain lug the unconscious poor fellow was being driven away for the Queens road the inhuman assailants ran after it with savage shouts An Orange evening paper concocts an elaborate tissue of inventions with the view of contradicting your ac count of an attack on a Catholic work man on a steamship adjacent to the island The facts reported however are unhappily beyond dispute The poor fellow was hunted to the steamship Phil adelphia on which he was employed by a mob armed with sticks and had just reached the foot of the gangway when he was struck down surrounded and savagely maltreated Eyewitnesses ver ify the absojute accuracy of the state ments published in your columns Num bers of Catholic workingmen were glad to escape with their lives and many will not return The deadwalls and boards on the island have been plentifully chalked with a warning to Fenians to keep away from the island while a certain party is in jail A determined attack by a mob of several thousand strong was made on the Musgrave channel workers who escaped from the lough in the lIar bor Commissioners boats The roads round the channel were black with the hordes of assailants Tonight it is reported that about two thousand men employed in outside work at the Belfast harbor and quays have been discharged for the present no intimation being given as to when work will be resumed Such appalling terrorism was hardly ever before surpassed in this disturbed city and it is all confined to the neighborhood of the Queens Island Tonight at a meeting of theDivisional Executive of the Belfast United Irish League J Devlin presiding it was de cided to ask John Redmond M POI to bring the occurrences of the past few days before the House of Commons in such manner as he deems most advisable with the view of exposing the treatment meted out to Catholic workingmeq It was also decided to make strong rcpreV sentaticns to the Chairman of the party with the view to his Raising again the question of the establishment of a police barracks in the disturbed area A conference was held Tuesday morning in the Town Hall between the Lord Mayor the General commanding the Belfast military district and the Commis loner of Police It is understood thatl as e reSUlt of the conference strong incasi ure will be taken to cope ruffians guilty of the rampant lawlessness at the Queens Island and that the mill tary will be called to waist the police Today however work It entirely ins pended at the Huagrave channel which wa yesterday the mine of this Orange attack on the laborers employed there by I IiiIreiJI1 rS F k had been rendered newssary in consequence of the outnuBous conduct of Queens Islanden an he inability of the authorities to affordlprotectiou to the men TM Catholic workmen wmaftackedtoda again One very respectfbleman named John McAlister who re sat Millwate road came in for brutal ftfcatment lIe ts about fortytwo yeaig of age and has been employed on the QtKens Island for the past fifteen years aaa riveter lIe was returning to his workat a few minutes to 0 oclock this morning after having had his breakfast a35 when about to enter the shipbuildingi yrd was tracked by a crowd A young fellow rushed at him and without any provocation whatever struck him on the fdrehead and then under the eyes A number of other workers then congregated round the in jured man and joined inJhe attack Mc Alister managed to cr jyto the office with great difficulty Atfew harbor constables afterward arrive ot1 the scene Subsequently the man who was the vie tim of this attack wenttto the Belfast Royal Hospital and hid his wounds dressed Other workmelffared likewise Groups of constabularyTwere soon pa trolling the Queens road luring the day No arrests have been tri de of the ring leaders of the disturbances Today an electricalengineer was obliged to make a business call at Messrs Workman Clarks near the Queens Island Out side the door of the engine shops he was surrounded by a large cro4lof rivet boys and charged with being an Irish News reporter Matters were beginning to wear a threatening look forthe engineer when fortunately for biiilie was recog nized byovorkers inside tl4 yard and the men being atisfied oPkiisI identity al lowed him to go j A very large force of military and con stabulary are on duty today Wednesday in the neighborhood of the Belfast ship building yards The latter however are only armed with the ordinary baton The navvies at the new Mu grave channel started work afresh this morniug and they ure carefully guar1pdeven the press representatives being debarred from visiting the sphere of operations No arrests have yet been made in connection with the recent disturbances The man Gilmore so savagely beaten on Monday night is still in a low stated a DONT FORGET t Grand PreparatIon Made For Holy cros plwn Fete W i i so1i r ou rgetthic awu fete for Holy Cross church to be given next Wednesday and Thursday evenings on the beautiful grounds pfMr Henry Koch Thirtyfirst and Broadway Father Cunninghams friends are taking great interest in this affair and all who at tended the one given last year will swell the crowd when they learn that a number of attractive features have been arranged for The illuminations will be the most brilliant ever seen in the West End and unique in design and arrangement Society ladies in large numbers will be present to assist in making the time pass pleasantly and will serve refreshments at handsomely decorated booths The ad mission fee is only ten cents and Parkland cars pass near the grounds Father Cunningham and the members of his little congregation have left nothing undone that would provide enjoyment and are therefore deserving of encouragement S CATHOLIC CHURCHES Hold Special Services In Honor of Bussed Virgin The Feast of the Assumption was ob served in all the local Catholic churches Thursday with special services large numbers of the faithful receiving holy communion At the Cathedral of the Assumption on Fifth street masses were said from an early hour concluding with the solemn high mass in honor of the Blessed Virgin and her assumption into heaven that being the feast lay also of that congregation Thursday was also the anniversary of the ordination of Rev Father Lynch On the Feast of the Assumption twenty one years ago the reverend gentleman was ordained in the Cathedral and dur ing that time he has been one of the most zealous and hard working priests in the Louisville diocese He spent the day quietly at the rectory were some of his friends called to extend their congratulations with the hope that they may have the pleasure of participating in his silver jubilee COINCIDENCE William Redmond Suspen slon Brings Him GoodL I Luckc i A London special says that when William Redmond the brother of the leader of the Irish party was suspended from a sitting of the Retwe of Commons last week he recalled tefact that the last time he had to leave was when 0Dono van RoMa WM rernov d los attempting to deliver a fpech from tha Strangers Galtery It further ocowwd to him that a bone twoed ODoaovan Rowa wu to rait for th Steward cup at Goodwood the next day Struck Igr ttm coincidence befackcdeJI a rank outsider at 66t01 and won a handsome tab r FIRST EVER HELD The PanCeltic Congress to Cojf- vono In Dublin Next Monday Delegates From Ireland Scotland Isle of Man Wales and Brittany The Promoters Disclaim Any Political Intcntlon or- Motive PRESERVING NATIONAL LANGUAGE The first PanCeltic Congress ever held anywhere will convene in Dublin during theweek commencing August 10 under the auspices of the Celtic Association It will assemble in the Antient Concert rooms and delegates will be in attendance from Ireland the Highlands of Scotland the Isle of Man Wales and Brittany The object of the congress is to receive reports upon the movements whichare being carried on in these five countries for preserving their national language music and characteristics and to prepare for joint action whenever feasible The event promises to be an exceptionally important and interesting one and will no doubt attract a large amount of publicII attentionThe of the congress disclaim any political intention or motive in con tfection with it What they profess to be aiming at is to foster and give expression to the growing sentiment of kinship which animates the five small nations still retaining their Celtic tongue to assist them in maintaining their struggle for national existence by a full exchange of information on all questions affecting their national language arts customs and characteristicsAccording to the provisional pro gramme of the congress proceedings which have been prepared the daytime will be chiefly devoted to business and the evening to festivity Most of the solid work is expected to be done in the sectional meetings and where experts from ithe different countries will com- eresuhiin t1letnertoco pn theirjmet1i dsand the departments op i osophy rCbteology folk lore art customs and education At the plenary meeting to beheld on August 23 at 3 oclock p m the resolutions passed will embody the outcome of the first attempt at an intellectual J Celtic federation There will bean informal reception of visitors and del egates on the evening of August 10 The festive portion of the proceedings will be inaugurated by the PanCeltic procession which will pass through the cityon the following morning at 10 oclock It is expected to be a very imposing spectacle and similar to the pro cession which took place at Cardiff two years ago m The delegates will be arrayed in the costumes of their respective nationalities carry their national flags anti play their I national instruments Irish and High i laud pipes will mingle their inspiring music and on the breeze will float together the Irish harp the Red Dragon of Wales the large and claymores of the Highlands the spurred heels of the Isle of Man and the ducal mantle of Brittany A prominent and attractive feature ofI this unique demonstration will be the presence of the members of the Welsh Gorsedd wearing their regalia headed by the ArchDruid at present the Rev Rowland Williams of Llangollen and including lila chief officers the Bard of the Gorsedd the Deputy Bard the Re corder the Herald Bard T H Thomas and the Keeper of the Sword The Gor sedd as a body never visited Dublin before The PanCeltic concerts to be held on the evenings of August 21 and 22 will be musical entertainments of a very novel and interesting sort The music will be selected front the songs of the five na tions and rendered by the best native talent available The Irish caoine and the Welsh pennillion will be sung The nstrutrfeutal items will be contributed by Irish and Highland pipes and harps the Welsh triple harp and the Breton blniou p ANNUAL OUTING St Patricks Congregation Will Hold Sway at Fern GroVe The annual outing of the members of- St Patricks congregation at Fern Grov on Monday has been largely arranged with a view to entertaining their army of friends from all quarters of the city The different booths and refreshment stands wilt be presided over by all the pretty society girls anti matrons of the parish who will see that the callers are given a hearty welcome The committee in charge have charted all the boats for this occasion and Chairman Edward OBrien IB authority for the statement that before sundown Monday the honors of the seasons moit incceMful excursion sad picnic witlreet on the banner of SU Patricks The boU will leave the foot of First street ivUte morning at AM and oclock and at 130 and 2 oclock in the Afternoon thua affording sitan op TC J v 7 portunity for day of real enjoyment Scallys baud has been engaged and will discourse the latest music on the boats aulat the grove Numerous new and novel attractions have been arranged- for the amusement of young and old and besides Monsignor Gambon and Father Kellcher wilt be there to greet their numerous clerical and lay friends The tickets are only twentyfive cents and children under ten years go free The boats will return in time to give all a chance to visit the IrishAmericans that evening at RiverviewSPark a STEEL STRIKE Trust Unable to Replace Strik ers With NonUnion Men The steel strike which if not settled promises to be the most extensive and costly the country has ever known has begun in earnest The reports are mea ger and contradictory both sides moving quietly and cautiously and much that is reported is clearly guesses of news reporters While both express themselves as satisfied with the results thus far and confident of victory it is evident on the surface that the strikers hove the advan tage The claim of the trust that their men in certain mills would not strike that they would readily replace strikers with nonunion men and continue opera tions have not been verified On the other hand the men have come out of every mill called and the nonunion men in other departments came with them The union men have not struck in all the trust mills but the claim that they refused to obey the strike order causes no dissat- Isfaction among the strike leaders who express themselves fully satisfied with results It is evident that the union is going slowly and has not called out all their men yet All the principal mills of the trust are idle or nearly so and they arc located only in Pennsylvania and Ohio Whether more will be called out or other tradesmen be called t rstrike in aid seems to be in reserve The attacks of the trust on the union officials and the effort to cause dissension among the strikers of whom less than a hundred of mdre than 25000 have de serted and resumed work is an evidence of weakness as well as duplicity on the part of the trust managers an admission that they cau not get nonunion men and that if the union men stand firm the trust can not win in the struggle Public sympathy seems to be wholl- yithth JstxjkrstWho Jeconducted t1t s lveSi1detl ryWtt t mercial reports state that the trust is seriously hampered and their output re duced fully 25 per cent thus far the building interests of the country are al ready apprehensive and some delay in obtaining iron and steel is being experienced These interests are beginning to bestir themselves to bring about a settlement The strikers in their final conference with the trust offered to refer the matter to arbitration and abide the result which offer was rejected Efforts are being made by financial commercial building and railroad interests to induce the trust to accede to this last request and avoid a prolonged struggle to the detriment of general business interests and this move seems to be gaining in strength and influenceWealth is a power but the power that rules in this country is public sentiment It is on the side of the strikers it ap proves their proposition to arbitrate and if they avoid violence public sentiment will force even the United States Steel Corporation with its millions to comply with its wishes a CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Large Numbers Participate in Their Outhigat Jas per Ind The outing given by the Central Com mittee of the Catholic Knights of Amer- Ica to Jasper Ind was perhaps the most successful and enjoyable that ever left this city requiring two long trains to con vey the happy people who accompanied them Not a single incident occurred to mar the pleasure of the day and all enjoyed themselves as never before The ladies of St Josephs church had a most bounteous dinner prepared for the excursionists upon their arrival after which the day was given to boat riding and an open air concert by the Jasper Cornet Band which with the Jasper Knights met the great throng at the depot and escorted them to where the conveyances were irt waiting The trains were in charge of Will Meehan and John Score and the former won much praise for his good judgment But it should be known that he is an old railroad man Chairman Jonathan Thickston was everywhere ably assisted by Jack Murphy Harry Veeneman John Gorman Peter Dowling and others Joe P McGinn was master transportation and grounds and nothing escaped him The Shonirock III which gracefully sailed the lake was in command of Capt Tom Diguan and was crowded each trip The moat pleasing feature enjoyed by nearly all was the visit to the beautiful St Josephs church which is without doubt the finest in this part of the coilntry a description of which has here tot appeared in these columns Altogether the day was one that will e long reaHJlriberedaUlChairsnan rlutollti declare they should run another to Betrfoa Harbor t BIG TURN OUT For IrishAmerican Reunion and Picnic Monday at Blvervlow Stil Iloiicd That Michael Davltt Will Take Part In the Exorcises All Citizens Are Invited to Participate in This Celebration THE MEETING THURSDAY NIGHT I A big turn out of IrishAmericans and their friends will be witnessed at River view Park next Monday afternoon and night the occasion of the annual re union and celebration of the IrishAmer ican Society of this city For several weeks past prominent members have been working earnestly to make this the most successful ever given by the society and all indications point to a realization of their hopes The public will find this an opportunity to spend a most enjoyable afternoon and evening One of the best orchestras in the city has been se cured and all who wish to can trip the light fantastic free of charge Michael Davitt who has been invited to be present had not been heard from when this was written but the committee still have hopes ofa favorable response Mr Davitt addressed the United Irish Societies of Chicago at their annual celebration Thursday and as it is understood manybelievetary Flynn will make the fact known through the daily papers upon receipt of answer to the invitation There vas a much larger attendance than usual at the meeting of the Irish American Society last Thursday night and the proceedings were lively indeed though at all times harmonious Prasl dent Nevin occupied the chair and kept the business moving The announce ment of the death of the late John Dana her was received in silence a committee being appointed to formulate resolutions exprrssivtIiefeeilf the mem rsournew meugMBre intti and seated by PreWJ Psvin were Messrs Mike Carroll PatW Thomas King and Michael OBrien The Visiting Committee reportec Kenney still ill at his home on street though now out of danger Mike Francis Phil McGovern ant Claire reported what their comm were doing for Mondays reunion were frequently interrupted by appl All the committees have done their work well and Chairman Francis predicted the largest Irish gathering seen in this city for years As this will most likely be the only IrishAmerican celebration this year we would suggest that it isa duty for all to turnout and make it a tremendous success The proceeds will be used only for worthy purposes and the society deserves this encouragement IRISH PARTY P Scores Another Victory In Parliament For English Catholics Associated Press dispatches announce that the British House of Commons passed the factories bill tp a third reading Tuesday night after a heated debate which arose out of the action of the Gov eminent in withdrawing a clause inclini ing laundres within the scope of the bill because the Nationalists strongly objected to official inspection of the CaUio lie conventual laundries on the ground that such inspection would be subversive- of the discipline it is necessary to maintain in reformatory laundries conducted by nuns for fallen women Mr Ritchie the Home Secretary and Mr Balfour frankly admitted this con cession was necessary but many of the supporters of the Government hotly de nounced it as a surrender to Irish bstruc tionThe Conservative papers are angry lit what they described as cowardly surrender and melancholy weekness they attribute the result to Balfoura mismanagement of the House iii driving important contentious business into the last days of the session It is another victory for the Catholics of England se cured only by Irish Nationalists EFFECTIVE lardlnal Loguo Squelches the Sunday Dance Halls J Ordinal Logue last week prbciaimed iin Dublin that all Catholics within hk urisdictlon who open or attend dancing lothenunlcation With the increase of Jvngj 1ish tourists nuineriMia doctug sAloonJl have been opened in thanihI Irish sea skle places resulting Ile Cardinalt9llYs- ht dIeipat1cuprofaitind SiiiiOay and- the I spread of immorality Tile thr- eW proved effective rr Ot7P 4r i 6 F w n iNrvcI Y IIs A1tII3Iitl n 11q r KENTUGKY IRISH flMERI6flN Pevoted fo the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Araerleaxa WI74IwIA1U 11X HIGGINS Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Hnterod at tile Louisville Postoff lee as SecondClass Matter A laaimaU CewaMkaWoristetbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street RADts5l 000 I I t rOUISVJLLE KY r SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1901 SAY HE IS CRAZY According to English dispatches there is now serious apprehension as to the meutal condition of Oon Paul Kruger and a Berlin specialist has been summoned lo Rotterdam to attend him No doubt the yen C erable Boer President is depresses I with grief over the recent death of his wife and she a prisoner in one of the miserable protection s camps which the British bade I charitably provided for the Boei l women and children to preven I starvation and disease while their t troops devastate the country in the t vain hope of starving the Boer soldiers whom they are unable to whit j or capture But the old hero bean up remarkably well under his many r misfortunes his mind being strong f enough to reject the repeated prof fers of ease and plenty thrust upoi f him by England if he will only i a give the word and order the war tc cease It was only recently that J Dewet the intrepid Boer leader fI was reported crazy but somehow I Dewet is not crazy enough to get into the traps the British are setting t to catch him He is still in Cape i Colony right in the midst of the 5 British strongholds and seems to I do about as he wishes keeping the Britishers on the lookout against his dreaded attacks as he swoops down on every redcoat that dares venture beyond the sentry lines t Dewet may be crazy but he is mas f ter in Cape Colony outside of Cape r lr aritfAj crisoned posts In the theavei hers about as near crazy as have been for a generation- e end is as far off as eVer THAT SNUB n exchange in commenting on the snub offered Bourke Cock ran in the British House of Commons by Col Arthur Lee lately military attache at Washington because the former welcomed the Boer delegates to Washington as- sertst that it is only human nature that Englishmen of the Government party should be in a perpet D ual state of ugly irritation over the South African war The Gov ernment was tricked into the war f by Mr Chamberlain Sir Alfred Milner and the clique of Rand cap italists It has conducted the war perhaps as well as the circum- stancesk permitted but still with an I inefficiency and nonsuccess for which it will be savagely called to account before very long Indeed it has only escaped because the v British people feel that the empire j is in danger and that a united 1P front is necessaryas if a united front for folly and crime were not preposterous The war is costing I about a million dollars a day and the lives and health of thousands fit British soldiers It has put in tomourning arly all the families of the ruling classes It has dem onstrated the offensive weakness of the British mpire And the end i isi not even in sight of the eyes of hope Britons are hardly to be blamed for sups ensitiveuess on II the subject of the South African t war UNSUPPRESSED Lord Kitchener is still issuing prociamatiobs in the Boer war for trig glorious achievements in which G UHBob was knighted HisI latestl proclamation gives the hostile Boers tilt September 15 lo IUt rcndcrun8erpenltyotexile and confiscation of property It MI not likely to prove effective since exile and confiscationprovided the pruntrty iwd not already been de- Lil I uyrl as a matter of military necessityhas been the fate of all Boers who have thus far surrendered The Boers will continu fighting and despite the barbarou warfare of the British in whicl there is no regard for civilization decency sex or condition they are no nearer suppression now than ia year ago and are far better clothed fed armed disciplined and active than were the American colonist when their only force was the ragged troops at Valley Forge and the scattered bands under Marioi in the Carolina Swamps It iis not impossible that the intrepid Boer may have a turn as unexpected and sanguinary as the crossing of the Delaware and the battle of King Mountain followed by victorie that routed the British forces an drove them into a few seaports Hon Bourke Cockran the noted New York lawyer orator and statesman is visiting in Europe While in London be was the gues of the Hon Winston Churchill who escorted him to the House of Commons and introduced him tl- the members of Parliament Among them was a Col Lee formerly at attache of the British legation iin Washington Mr Churchill caller Lee remarking I suppose yot know Mr Cockran 0 yes replied Lee the llast time I stv Cockran he was welcoming the Boer delegates to Washington and turned his back Mr Church ill was abashed at such rudeness toward his guest and earnestly apologized Mr Cockran who it his career has met small as well as great teen simply smiled Lees impoliteness has got his name it print otherwise no one outside ol his constituents would ever know there was aLee in the British Par liament So general has the disaffection over the Boer war become in Eng land that it is now believed the Liberals will make the question of its continuance an issue in the next Parliamentary elections It is claimed that on this issue all the antiGovernment parties can be united and the Tories forced to the defensive in the campaign Already pertinent questions are being asked in Parliament and the Government representatives forced to give un willing admissions the effect of which is sought to be modified by glowing outlines of the future policies to be pursued but the garbled reports have only tended to convince and embolden the opposi tion and add to the worry of the Government officials who persist in concealing or distorting the facts The recent maneuvers of the British fleet did not result inlthewoddseveral torpedo boats were sunk onethe pride of the navyran onto a reef and wrecked a number of other vessels damaged and men drowned If this is the illustration of the efficiency of the British navy on dress parade what would they do in a real fight where something more effective than simple counter movements would have to be met and overcome These maneuvers indicate that the British navy is so etterman11 d and managed than is the British army stilt striving to whip the Boers Cable dispatches MY Cardinal Gibbons is enjoying his visit to Ireland c The Mayor of London dr entertained htm at a reception JaawelTbe Cardinal met there Archbishop Alexander the Protestant Primate of Ireland with whom he hadta long talk The Cardi n n nals friends and admirers in Bat thuore are arranging a grand reo ception for him upon his return home Rive thousand men will participate in the the parade Chi honor for the great American pre late will be perfected without hi knowledge England after haggling and halting for weeks has at last joined with the other powers ini signing the peace treaty with China As she did not succeed iin bluffing Russia out of Mauchuri or in her alleged designs on Korea it will be interesting to note what will be Englands next spiel Just now she is sending troops to India and Russia having complete more Southern Asiatic railroads iis reported in some kind of mysteri ous intrigue with the natives just beyond the India border The Republicans are canvassing for a candidate for Mayor Amon the names of probable candidate are some noted as enemies of union labor and a few known to be anti foreign and anti Catholic in thei sentiments and associations The Republicans may as well not nominate a ticket as to name any such candidates The workingmen will attend to the antiunion candidate and it is fifty years to late for the KnowNothing New Yorkers since the arrival of the Shamrock II have begun to think that Sir Thomas Lipton may win the American Cup Accord ing to yachting experts the boat are equally matched and the vie tory will go to the one having the most luck Luck has been our wa in the past but if it deserts us now it could go to no better boat that the Shamrock The hoax about Englands love for the United States during the war with Spain is revived in a re port that the British fleet was in readiness and awaiting orders to pounce upon the Spanish fleet had they attacked an American port i l J softsoalUncleI Mr and Mrs Justin McCarthy sailed from Liverpool last Saturday on the steamer Lucania and are expected to arrive in New York today The purpose of the visit iis not yet known There is no probability of Oon Paul Kruger visiting the United States this fail The old man has completed arrangements for spend ing the winter months in the Soutl of France THEATRICALS The Avenue opens its season next week with Haverlys ministrels George Wilson and Dan Allman are the funny- men backed by a strong company Col Meffert will not begin the Temple season till next month The stock company will comprise all new faces thi year and gives promise of doing the most artistic work yet seen at this popu tar play house The vaudeville feature will also be continued With the opening of the Buckingham he theatrical season in Louisville will be- n full blast The Buckingham has been In the hands of mechanics and decorators for the past four weeks and will resent a particularly bright appearance his seaSon The electrical displays in and outside of the theater will be extremely striking especially during the Conclave week A series of high class and uotOrdate attractions have been secured for the season one following be other in rapid succession The opening week will present Rush Bon Ton Burlesquers and the patrons of his popular playhouse will have an op tortunity of witnessing an up to date vaudeville performance embellished by a group of pretty girls elegant scenery and gorgeous wardrobe The olio con lath of George Austin Moore the pr- eeminentmonologu1sta1deharaeter comedian Byron and Laugdou in a new IIkit entitled The Actress and The Chappie merry Marie Rogers in goon iongs wonderful Welland the prince of equilibrists and Murray and McFarland Ina rough Irish knockabout act The feature of the show is the latest Parisian sensation The Danse du Orients and mllsts the services of fourteen pretty omen enhanced by a gorgeous display lItUUetl The opening sal doelng burlque are satires on popular Nejr York successes In both the e produc ions there hat been no expense sparred 11 order to make them acceptable to thee wblic and the scenery and costiataeacur- Mae allpferioutt tfforts while the girls tot alt young pretty and rlyadoua d nncta quite nrcaaury in an attraction Of Iria kind If a husband and wif are unable too away for the summer they can Mart a uarrel at home anti have a little outing r p EMiss Sophia Wathen is visiting Mis Kathryn Jenkins at Lebanon this week Miss Lydia Stickler was this week the charming guest of Miss Coretta Camp at Paris Miss Virginia Murphy was this week the guest of friends and relatives at Pewee Valley rMiss Leo Milligau will return Hed I week after a pleasant visit with friend at Whites Mills Ky Mrs Edward Doyle and children iof Lexington arrived here Sunday to spend a week with relatives John Ryan half as his guest this week at his home in Jeffersonville his mothei who resides in this city Misses Sarah and Mary Ellen Claire are enjoying a iwo weeks visit with friends at Whites Mills Ky Chris OConnor and sister Miss Mar cella left Thursday for Atlantic City and the East to be gone two weeks Miss Hannah Callahan a pretty Limerick girl left last Monday for a two weeks visit withflrieuds In Ohio Misses Vina Grogan and Ella Shay left Saturday for Lebanon where they will spend two weeks visiting friends Miss Marguerite ONeill arrived horn this week after a pleasant visit with friends at Elizabethtown and Cecilia Misses Nell and Mayme Louse Brow and Allie Belle Cullen left Monday to spend several weeks at Crab Orchar Springs Mt The Volunteer Socials announce the first euchre ansi dance of the season 6t Music Hall ouT Vednesday evening September 11 Misses Ednaand Nellie Burgess have been spending the week at Springfield preparatory to entering school at St Catherines Miss Mary Cummins and mother after a weeks stay at Buffalo and Niagara Falls have gone to Mineola Conn to visit friendit Mrs J OLeary arrived at her home in Jeffersonville on Wednesday after spend- Ing some timewith friends at Battle Creek Mich Mrs Katie CoStigan and daughter Miss Marie will arrive home next week from Chicago where they have been visiting friends Mrs Charles F Grainger and Mis Catherine Fitzgerald have returned from a very pleasant visit of several weeks at WaukeshaW x Missi Eleaddr Wefs9Jeil Ttiursdaj evening forthe Buffalo Exposition Before returning she will visit Niagara Falls and New York City Mrs John W Slack and sons Messrs Frank and Dent Slack will arrive horn today after a months trip to Atlantic City New Yorkand Buffalo Miss Julia Roemele of 1333 Story avenue a well known young lady of the East End has gone to Cincinnati to visit her brother George Roemele V Misses Mary and Annie ONeill of Breckinridge street left Monday for ea two weeks visit with their sister Mrs Edward Cowan at Dayton 0 Mr and Mrs Henry Bosse arrived home the first part of the week after a most enjoyable visit with the family of Sylvester Rapier at New Haven Pat Gorman is jubilating over the ar rival of a lovely little girl baby at his home Thirtythird and Broadway The mother and child are doing nicely Miss Josephine Schmuck of 1017 West Chestnut street is expected home next week She has been spending the heated term with Mentis at Cannelton Ind Miss Nellie Leamy a popular young lady who has been visiting friends in Cincinnati Dayton and other Ohic towns will return to the city tomorrow The many young friends of Miss Katie Ansbro of 812 Oldham street were delighted to sf her out again this week after a long and serious illness of typhoid fever Mrs George Mulligan and David Mulligan of the Louisville Hotel have returned after a delightful three weeks sojourn at Buffalo and Fort Williams Canada v Miss Nellie OHara a popular society girl of New Albany and a promising young wrfter5ft Monday for St Louis where she vpUl apend severalweeks visit ing friends The New Haven Echo notes the arrival of Mr and Mrs John Den and children of this city to spend a portion of the heated term With Mrs Derrs parents Mr and Mrs Riky Price Misses Blanche Early and Daisy Drew are expected borne1 today They have beeR spending the summer in the COHH try and tbe4r ijuaay admirers will be glad to hear of their return Misses Alice Hkkey and Mary Mc rinn both well known and popular in aiholic aoctety circlets left Thursday thltMt tfcay will spend a mouth he ween Atlantic city and New York Ii Officer Pat Haiku ore of the most xfpular atcity gwdiana loft edneeday for a ten days reatat Preach fete Spring Be accompanied by WiUfdt DoMMtly hU brother i1AW1 rho baa bin fit for sometime past Miw lucy OConnor W39 pint street Ioneal LouisTillea most admired society u u L La ladles left Tuesday for a protracted visit with friends in Harrison county Tad She will be missed by a wide circle of friends with whom she is very popular Mrs Bridget Kelly of 1642 Pope street and Mrs Ann McGoff have gone to Saratoga Springs N Y to visit their brother with whom they will spend two weeks and then go lo the PanAmerican Exposition returning in about a month Mrs James Tully 1821 Beeler street New Albany was the charming hostess at a delightful euchre and lawn fete Tuesday evening for the benefit of St Edwards Hospital There was a splen did attendance of prominent society pea pie The La France Club an organization composed of well known young gentle men will open its social season October 15 with a ball at Odd Fellows Hall for which special preparation is now being made This club was very popular last year Thomas Scanlon a former member of the City Council and well known citizen but now in business in Middlesboro was here for a few days this week on busi ness and pleasure His many friends were glad to meet him and learn that he is prospering In his new home The many friends of Mrs Dr William Pfingst who before marriage was Miss Adele Kampfmueller tire rejoiced over the news of her improved condition She has been the victim of an attack of peritonitis and for two weeks her life was despaired of but her physicians now expect her speedy recovery Mr and Mrs J J Burkholder whose departure for Europe was mentioned last ARCH AT FOURTH BROADWAY week have cabled their safe arrival atI Queenstown They are now touring Ire land after which they will visit other places of interest on the continent mak ing an extended stay in Switzerland and returning home late in the fall Miss Amelia Werle and Frank Belviy a well known young couple of New Albany were united in marriage Wednesday evening by Rev Dean Faller at St Marys rectory After the ceremony the bridal couple were tendered a reception at the home of the brides mother Hrs Catherine Werle East Tenth and Market streets where hosts of friends called to tender congratulations CHANGE FOR BeTTER For the past three weeks the numerous friends of Mrs Mike Barry of Seventh and St Catherine streets have been oc casioned great anxiety by her serious illness of typhoid fever Mrs Barry was removed to St Josephs Infirmary and Wednesday being the twentyfirst day her condition was closely watched by her physicians and the members of her fam ily and the news that the change was favorable was received with sincere re- joiCing by those who know her The last report was that she was gaining rapidly and expects to be removed to her home in another week Her husband Office Mike Barry and son John Barry were constantly at her bedside MISS GORDON WINS Miss Margaret Gordon a bright little lady of 624 Fifth street has been declared the winner of the gold prize offered by Rev Father Rock to the pupil of his Cathedral catechism class having the highest average She is the daughter of William Gordon the well known shoe maker and a girl of great promise A number of others also had high averages andshewon only after a hard struggle CRYING NEED OF THE HOME What is the crying need of the home Not money Not intellect Not refinement Not wisdom It is love and warm demonstration of love Life is such a little thing a short space of years at best and to live it through and to have missed love in childhood from father and mother is the saddest thing in all the universe people love their children Few fathers and mothers would own to a lack of affection for their offspring But In many homes I say IB the major itythere is a lack of the real living lore and tenderness that fill the heart fall to running over with love words kisses toad CMMMS The good sight the deWbaud upon the tithe dues bead awl cheek how these things ex hand tlacaioat of the child sad make it receptive to good influences To be a father or mother it to hold the keys of heaven hell bribe human race reUtlott U a divine ODe with infinite de numds and yet how often undertaken with M forethought oo team of the awful mpontlbiHty Wisdom goodoew nobility strength and patience are needed by vtHe parent ands above all love o n i MAGNIFICENT Will Be the Decorations More During Oonclave Week The Monster Electric Arch at Fourth and Broadway Almost Completed Will Surpass In Beauty the Dowoy Arch In Now York GRAND ILLUMINATIONS AT NIGHT A magnificent arch surmounted by a revolving crown in gold and cross In scarlet eighty feet in the air and a court of honor with Greek fire burning at night from flowerdecked pillars of white which tower thirty feet above the heads of pedestrians are two of the distin guishing decorative features arranged in honor of the meeting of the Knights Templar of America in triennial conclave the 27th to the 30th of this month The former structure is pronounced by artists to surpass in beauty the famous Dewey arch of New York The quadruple electric arch is now nearing completion at the intersection of Fourth avenue end Broadway Four Lar AND Most shall kiss l The massive piers rise from the four cornerS of the sidewalk and arch gracefully ove the street thus presenting for the struct ure the same appearance from each of the four approaches It Is a distance of thirty feet from the center of each arch to the ground Eight heroic figures of ancient knights stand guard over the approaches to the structure while figure of crusaders mounted on charging war steeds decorate the tops of the respective piersRising from the piers and their connecting arches a dome circles gracefully to a zenith over the center of the street intersection Huge Templar crosses encircling Greek crosses decorate the surface of the dome The latter is sur mounted by a cross and crown one off the most effectively beautiful of the Templar emblems The crown is con structed in gold and the cross in scarlet The remainder of the immense structure is white By an electrical contrivance the cross and crown is made to constantly revolve so that in a single revolution the four sides of the arch present a duplicate appearanceThe from the tip of the cross to the street below is elghty nine feet Five thousand incandescent lamps of sixteen candle power each are required to illuminate the structure The Passion cross set diagonally through the crown Is twentytwo feet in length and requires 900 lamps for its illumination The crown is twenty five feet in diameter and contains 1000 lights Eight rows of lamps rib the dome of the arch Appropriate Templar designs adorn the sides of the four arches over the street and the panels of the piers they connect The arch was designed by Charles D Meyer of this city aud N J Doner a Chicago scnlptor was awarded the con tract for its erection The lights are to be turned on Saturday August 24 RECENT DEATHS J Alexander Lilly for many years a resident of this city died last Monday at his home 1717 West Walnut street death being caused by infirmities lad lent to his advanced age Ills funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning Father Walsh con ducting the solemn services MrS Laura Bossung the beloved wife of William Boating passed peacefully away Tuesday evening at the family resi fence 310 East St Catherine street and the news of her death caused deep gloom among her wide circle of friends It is ithAt such a splendid woman could not tie longer spared having reached ttiyftier thirtyfourth year and being ini he full bloom of lovely womanhood tn Bowaag was a devout member ef St Pauls church from which her funerall ook place Thursday morning Rev father York being the celebrant of the equiem high ntaaa The large utewber i tuourni og friends present at the toleintt rewoaiea attested the nnivcraal eateem ia which she wee bead Jer remai- nrotegthtIy interred In the St Louis enretery The welcome rain hu comea e lip Stairs Over Gaulish Woolen hllU Store II One Door Wet of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street i Superb Crown and Bridgework Elegant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ae ERODING D D Se PROPRIETOR IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O I3- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Dwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Gilles pieFinancial Secretary Joseph P McGinuAssistantDave ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION It JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday atPfausHall r ReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan Treasurer Michael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording Secretary John J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas SergeantJohn Kenney Sentinel Timothy Ly- onsRIVERVII3W PALhPOPULAR PLEASURE RESORT outingslawnThis is the coolest and prettiest spot in Louisville Free con everySundaydancing during the week No Improper Characters Allowed KENWOOD I J13ARITAKE PARK CARS VIA TIIIRD STREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where You oct Seaetklag Geed ie 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 PHttNIX HILL PARK NOW OPEN FOR TUB SEASON Vow Is the Time le Secure Dates For Picnics Otttings Socials greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par manger ontracts rown Leghorn 1 gg- s5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUESr 2422 St Xavier BrownLeaIwriulIayTwelftIlea o I181JApriI88jIl71161 61 a Eaepnt 1bj Octu Pieer A8 DeC 1 tt- n f rsir i rrr Ilr r rr I M Ir iPARADISE aoa a SAMPLE ROOM a 5 Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 5 a a a Ma J HICKEY PROPRIETOR a a- yl Tolophone 384 248 West Jefferson Street a gi ITheAcknowledGed Standard of Ex cellence 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 60 YEARS 1 Anton endng a keteb and decnpUon may gnlekl ascertain our opinion free whether an IIITelltlon le probablT PAtentable Communlea HandboOk on Patents tent tree Oldest agency for necurlng toreceivePatents token through Munn k wecfai notice without CbRflfB In the Scientific jnnericmi- A handsotnel Illustrated weekly Terms cir culation of anr identino journal 3 a year four months tl Bold by all newidoalera MUNN et CO3o1Broadwa New York Branch Office a IT 8U Waihlngton DC Big Four L Thee Buffalo Route toj EXPERIENCE 1TRADE Uonaetdetlyconadantlal V 1901 PanAmerican ExpositionBig Four Route In connection with LaltoBhorcMlchlgan Southern and New York Central HK offers the finest equipped train service at frequent In terval to Buffalo from South dt West U E Iwas President iWarren J Lynch Gml Pass Agt n WPDeppeAGPA Cincinnati Sr 11J GATES Gen Agent Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE xo IndianapolisPeoria j CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth A eIm jn OAOCH General Ageot 1mirrUle Ky WAKKKN I LYNCH G P A a WM P DKPPK A a T Autt CZNCWNATI O r 0 LAID TO REST Impressive Funeral Obsequies Over the Remains of Mach Itnldy Members of Mnclcin Council Form the Guard of Honor Powerful and Eloquent Funeral Discourse by Father Knlleher SYMPATHETIC RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED The fuueral obsequies of the late Mack Raidy were carried out Sunday morning amidst every manifestation of sincere sympathy and profound regret Mack Raidy than whom there was no more n LATE MACK RAIDV popular young man in the West End passed away peacefully last Friday morn ing at the residence of his father and mother Patrick and Pauline Raidy Vest Main street surrounded by friends and comforted with all the divine consolation of the holy religion which het had followed since boyhoodsMack Raidy was born in this city twentytwo years ago and after receiving a good education accepted a place with the Albin Company which he gave up recently for a position in the city ticket office of the Illinois Central He was one of the most valued members of Ma kin Council Y M I in which organization he had filled with ability at different times the offices of Corresponding and Financial Secretary and was serving as the present First Vice PreslJ dent with bright prospects of becoming one of the national officers being the choice of the Kentucky jurisdiction The immense attendance at his funeral which thronged St Cecilias church to the doors bore eloquent testimony to hiv widespread and general popularity The altar was draped in deep mourning and the services throughout were solemn Rev Father Kalleher was the celebrant a of the requiem high mass and his funeral discourse in which he dwelt at length upon the exemplary life of the deceased was pronounced one of the most eloquent and feeling ever heard within the walls of the sacred edifice bringing tears to the eyes of all who heard himtJFront the family residence to tbeII church members of Mackin Council toa the number of about 200 acted as guard of honor to the remains of their departed brother and at the conclusion of the ceremonies accompanied the long line of carriages to St Louis cemetery where the interment took place The following are the resolutions reported upon his death by the special- committee of Mackin Council Whereas God in His mercy and 8Uii tHist beloved friend and brother M Mack Raidy and- Whereas By his death this council has lost one of its most loyal faithful and efficient members and officers our church one of its most exemplary children and advocates the community an honorable and respected citizen his associates a tried and true friend and his family a 1 most loving and obedient son and brother I therefore be it 1 Resolved That Mackin Council Y M I in special session this Oth day oT 1 August in the year of our Lord 1001 do extend to the bereaved family of our deceased 1 brother their most profound sym pathy in this their hour of dittress be It further Resolved That this council keep the charter draped in mourning for thirty days and that the office of Second Vice President which our deceased brother80I faithfully and diligently adaiialstered be not filled until the expiration of thirty I days M a mark of respect to his memory MHl be it further Retolved That a copy of these reaotu UQM be ptd upon the minute book of e 0c ANNUAL LAWN FETETO BE GIVEN FOR THE BENEFIT OF HOLY CROSS CHURCHAt the Residence of Mr Henry Koch Thirtyfirst and Broadway WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS AUGUST 21 AND 22 1901 Admission Ten Cents Take Parkland Cars this council a copy furnished the papers for publication and a copy presented the bereaved familyD W CUNiFf Pre F W HBRP Sec JAMES T SH8UBY- f IIBNRY BlOEMItR T E BURKHOID8R Committee on Resolutions Written for Kentucky Irish American ILL NEVER FORGET YOU Do not forget me dearest you ask As if I could forget to think ever Of my angel friend is pleasant task Ill never forget you darling never In weal or woe whateer may betide Our linked hearts time can not sever Whether far away or at my side Ill never forget you darling never In loves fragrance pure and sweet Your image is enshrined forever While my heart with life shall beat Ill never forget you darling never KATIE DON LBAVY Louisville Ky- ADJOURNED TILL SEPTEMBER Owing to the fact that the members will want to view the decorations and parade there will be no meeting of th Hibernians on Tuesday night August 27 Division 1 adjourned to meet next on the second Tuesday in September LITERARY EXERCISES Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at its last meeting resolved to hold a series of literary and social meetings during the coming winter the first to take place in October President Dolan will name the committee and a programme will soon be arranged BROTHER CELESTINE James Cassin a former well known resident of Louisville but now known i religion as Brother Celestine of th Order of the Holy Cross Notre Dame Ind left Tuesday evening to resume his duties in the great Catholic University after a pleasant three weeks vacation spent with relatives here BACK AGAIN Col John Whallen has returned from New York where he attended the fall meeting of the Empire Circuit of theatrical managers Col Whallen is a mem ber of the body and this assures the Buckingham the best attractions This circuit includes the leading vaudeville houses of the United States SPLENDID PROORESS Rev Father Murphy the pastor of the ew St Williams church is making splendid progress in building up his congregation the members of which are now arranging a lawn fete for the first week in September when it is hoped to bring the people of that section together and thereby aid him in his arduous work DIRECTOR GENERAL The many friends and former pupils of the Rev Brother Philip for many years- a prominent educator at St Francis Xaviers College on Broadway will be pleased to learn that he has been ape pointed Director General of the Xaverian community here to succeed Rev Brother Bernardine who has been transferred to Danvers Mass as Director of the No votiate of the order there PROSPERITY AND ADVERSITY A weak nature is injured by prosperity finer by adversity the finest by neither We all agree that a person who can not bear success does not deserve it But do we ever in the midst of our disappointments stop to think that ifwe can not bear with equanimity untoward circumstances we do not deserve success What erit is there in being full of courage nd good cheer when friends and fortune both smiling What does it show of our moral and spiritual caliber our faith in God our ability to do and dare Tis easy trulytCWhen destiny proves kind with full spread winds to sail before the wind But when lowering winds come on apace when the darkness gathers and the waves dash tempestuously about then it is that opportunity is given to show what we are to show what are our inherent qualities of mind and soul to out faithfully come weal or woe life that God has intrusted to us EVERYDAY LIFE Ones everyday life is a surer revealer of character than ones public acts There are men who are magnificent when they appear on great occaSionswise eloquent masterly but who are almost utterly unendurable in their fretfulness unreasonableness irascibility and all manner of selfish disagreeableness in the privacy of their own homes to those to whom they ought to show all of loves gentleness and sweetness There are women too who shine with wondrous brilliancy in society sparkling in con versation winning in manner the center ever of admiring groups resistless iin their charms but who in their everyday life in the presence of only their ownI household are the dullestand weari Bomest of mortals No doubt in these cases the common everyday unflatter lag as it is is a truer expression of the ollreatUeIIIpilblIThe Republicans are hinting a hard tii in securing a candidate for Xiyor T Jr May Morning Magic In the pass of Windy Gap among the mountains of Slieve Margy it was April and the brook that came with the winds from higher lands and leapedsinging down through the gap went into the valley by banks of primroses and carried away in its water dropped catkins from the overhanging willows and thin brown sheaths that had been hiding young buds from the sun and rain It was on the very last day of the month that Dan Heffernan of Windy Gap came to his father where he was plowing in the steep field and walked by his side on the unbroken sod and told him that he was going to seek a wife The father began to count the comfort able young women in the parish Theres Kate OConnor a likely girl or Grace Rohan that has a roll o guineas tied up in a stockin he said He drove the bright plowshare into the earth and urged on the meek cattle up the slope The sun was dipping behind Slieve Ruadh evening birds began to pipe and lilt from the green copses and a host of crows were in the track of the plow watching for worms and garrulous youdebe havin an eye on the widow woman a fine armful said the father The cheek of the young man reddened He had no fancy for Mollie Doheny the widow woman A year makes a great difference in the feelings ofIt young manI went courtin her last summer said Dan to his father but it was before the uncle in Tipperary town left me that bit o money and she said No to me The round gold sun rolled out of sight over the edge of the mountain The young man looked up as the last gleam went and he saw in heaven little clouds hovering He thought that they were theninelove upon a homely cabin standing fur and lonely on the brow of the hill Mollie was a sensihle woman father said Dan An thats no bad compli ment to put on her but Im goin elsewhere for a wife It was then that the old man followed the way of his sons looks and saw how they went to the cabin in the green dusk of the distant mountain cleft Saints an angels Tisnt Noreen ODriscoll you have inyour mind he said with a shout anllgave the ropes such a pull that the plowhorses came to a stand while the crows flew away in affright at the noise and made it tenfold greater with their cawing and the Rapping of their black wings Sure Noreen has no more nor one sickly cow to get for her portion grumbled the father And then he gave a snort of derision and shook the ropes on the backs of the cattle until they went again on their patient way over the brown furrow that was sweet and fresh of smell in the April evening The father tramped along moody and silent determined to set his face against this poor marriage that his boy was considering Noreen ODriscoll indeed Fitter far for Dan to look out for a comfortable woman with a few sleek cows to match his own The son left his fathers side and went from the field by the gate in the low stone wall that was half hidden in deepsoft mosses and plumy fern He strode up the mountain over the gray grass and the golden beaded furze that was filling the darkening air with the scent of honey Pure and high and lonely was the evening star in that misty blue heaven from which the rosy angels had flown after the sun There was a beaten path up the hill to that cabin they had smiled upon in love and soon Dan Heiferuan was treading the white riband and at its end which was the door of Noreens home The cabin was well nigh dark what with the haze of the turf smoke and the hour that was in it but Dan saw the mother of Noreeu knitting beside the hearth and who should happen to be her companion but Mollie Doheuy the widow woman The young man was no whit sorry to see her there His black eyes flashed as he bade her the time of evening and sat himself on the creepie stool by Mrs ODriscoll What good luck druv you this way tonight Dan agra1 asked the mother of Noreen An did you catch eer a glimpse o1 me little girl as you came up the hmII Tis lookin for Noreen I come here maam said Dan and he fixed his eyes upon the mother in such a manner that she partly guessed what he was after As for the young widow she grew as red in the face as a poppy With his five sleek cows to graze her two little fields Dan Heffernan had been a husband to Mol lies fancy tlIts unlucky to take a wife in the month o May II she said viciously Ill wait till Mays over answered Dan HeffernanclAn mebbe you will put in an appearance at our weddin Mollief Whos talkin of a weddintt cried a voice from the door and in walked little Noreen herself her eyes like violets all shining with the eyeding dew Tis meself is taltyn of it Noreen said young Dan Heft rean and standing up he put his two heads on her shoul ders and looked down into her face an1 its you that has the rMyiii of yea or nay in the matthen Youve a rag oil every bush Dan andreout the J i flouncing at ipUcc I- e f But no one was paying any attention to her for Noreen had run away to hide her face on her mothers bosom and the young man was trying to coax her out of her shyness that would not let her say yea though she was very fain to speak the word It fell out that as Mollie Doheny was on the road home she met with the wise woman from Druuiderg The wise woman was stooped and withered Her face had a thousand wrinkles on it like the skin of an old brown apple and her eyes were nearly shut up in her head She muttered with herself as she walked j and said Ssh ssh to the right side and the left as ifshe were bidding ghostly unseen things to leave her way I With one hand she leaned upon a stick I and with the other she held an apronful I of fresh gathered herbs that exhaled dim and moist odors from their crushed I and broken stems Its late youre wandherin bIaamii sad Mollie standing somewhat aside toII let the crone pass The young widow was half afraid for the hour was solemn witbf falling darkness and the first starsII II Tis the night for wandherin acushla muttered the old woman let ting her face fall lower toward the ground an not lonesome are me wandherins God between us an all harm said the widow shivering The wise woman lifted her eyebrows and peered out at Mollie Doheny and i began to smile darkly f What harm is in it totalk with theII sbee the fine an fair mamiered peopleI o the raths she said mumbling I Theyre good friends to them thatS comes to them Oh a very gentle night is this Mollie agra Many a sthrange thing is done between the dark an theS dawn Many a flower an herb pulled in this dew has powers in it to make you thremble I could tell you how to win aC sweetheartan you wanted that knowlC edge but sure youre a handsome younKC woman She dropped her dark gleaming eyes and moved forward on her waytWait a minute maam just a min utel cried Mollie of a sudden She had forgotten her fright and remembered the insult put upon her by that young Dan Heffernan lIIve a grudge agen a neighS ilittlei I it granny asthoreII The old woman turned herself back A kind of dusky fire was burning in her eyes She looked arqund herto bush and brake and rugged bowlderof stone as if she were reading the faces of them that spoke by her mouthSWould you fancy a strip o skin peeled without break from head to foot o a corpse to put into their bosom an make them love you to distraction while youd make them into a byword wid the neigh bors be your scorn she croaked her restless gaze never ceasing to wander that dusky fire always wavering in her eyes1I0r would you have a taste o the rope that hanged suicide No no shivered Mollie beginning to be afraid again yet loath to leave Dan Heffernan to go on his way unmolested IITeU us somethin middlin good answidout any divilment in it I wouldnt mind lavin him a bit tight o money orff the like The crone smiled in her own strange manner and stood awhile as if she were listeningYoure a poor crathure she said thenIIDut since you axed me youll get the charm Go up to the neighbors I fields in the morninbefore the sun hasc more nor time to strike upon the dew an sweep that same dew into your apron wid your hand sayiu Alls mine alls mine That neighbor may go look for butther on their churuins inagbl a Musha God bless you cried Mollie DohenysI But the old hag shrugged herself ands went away into the dark of the enchanted nightlEarly the next morning came Noreen ODriscoll to milk hdr little cow underII the hedge of thorn outside Heffernans meadow that being the little cows favor ite place of pasture The sun was rising over Drutnderg and on southern banks the daisies opened their golden eyes In the hollows and stretches of shade the c dew lay like the breath of the May morn ing made visiblefWhat under heaven brings Mollie Doheny up here at this hour wondered I Noreen to herself seeing the widow woman walking through the wet meadow Mollie never imagined that there wasI anybody up but herself nor ever saw a sight of Noreen ODriscoll for the hedge of thorns was thick and it was through a wee break in the boughs that the widow womans rival had caught a glimpse of her shawl and her white apron The widow went over the daisies where the dew was melting fast and came upon the silvered hollows She stooped and swept the dews into her apron Alls mine alls mine she said asII she did thisc- 13edaI1 its not whispered Noreen just for fun and with no meaning in what she said Half its mine It The tittleI cow munched the grass waiting to be milked and the rising sun grew smaller as he went up the sky The widow woman went on the next stretch of shadow and swept the dew IntoII her apronAlls mine alls mine said she again This time she was very close lo Noreen ODriscoll Bedadp its not said Noreen out loud Half its Mine Sa atlauanpJaI cried the widow woman ov fh IulttlK fairies is Q Vi ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN-A I k i WT tSHi3JE IX AJV JVIAIVAQEJIit The Only Park in Louisville Playing High Class Attractions VAUDEVILLEBOSTON LADIES BAND ALL KINDS OF WILD ANIMALS x FIREWORKS FRIDAY NIGHTS Admission to the Park Ten Cents Children Free i SIXTH ANNUALOUTINGof St Patricks Congregation AT FERN GROVE MONDAY AUGUST 191 MUSIC BY SCALLYS UNION BAND Tickets 25 Cents Children Under Ten Years Free after mel And she look to running and never stopped until she was out of the meadow on the far side Noreen ODriscoll thought that Mollie had lost her five wits to get on with such work But there was no time for think ing The cow had to be milked and the hens fed before breakfast So Noreen milked the cow and maybe she was not astonished to find the pail full up to the brim in a few minutes Tis the new grass is agreein with the crature God bless her said Noreens mother when she saw the can full of rich milk Then Noreen told her the goings on of the young widow Well well said the mother theres no mindin whats done of a May morn in Mebbe the crature was maneuverin for another husband And so the matter passed and no more was said about it From May day out the yield of the little sickly cow was surprising and very Noreen began to take the butter around to the farmers houses ro sell By the end of the month she had sold sufficient to pay the price of a strong calfTheyre gettin along said the father fieldSjloneupon the hill Mebbe I might as wellwithdraw me objections When he went down to he house he told his son that he had his consent to marry with Noreen ODrlscollIts calf ready reared that I above wid them he said Good industrious people they must be to have that same Likely the colleenll look to your cows better nor theyre looked to now Shed want to said young Dan for tis scarcely a tent of milk theyre giving this while back And small blame it was to the beasts seeing that their milk had been stolen by the fairies and divided between Mollie Doheny and Noreen ODriscoll After a bit Dan Heffernan and Noreen were married and no sooner was the bride brought home but Dans cows began to improve while the little one Noreen had for her portion went back in her milk But between them all there was full and plenty for the young people and they were as happy as the day is long Meantime the widow woman repented herself of her witchcraft Musha what at all at all will I do said in her own mind If I tell Father John hell send me to the Bishop for meddlin wid the like Faith Ill gup to the wise woman an get her to life the charm Dishonest butter has a tang in the mouth But the wise woman only said Its aisy to light a fire but not so to put it out And site scowled on Mollie Do heny with such an evil eye that the poor was fain to run away as quick asher feet would carry her from the cabin of the wise woman So all that was left for her to do was this After every churning she sent over big roll of butter to the Heffernans as a present moryah until the whole country side was laughing at her for being a bit soft in the head And that was all the good came to Mollie Doheny for meddling with magic Mainly About Peo pIe DO YOU DO THESE THINGS It is bad manners to make remarks about the food at dinner To talk abbut things which only inter yourselfTo your friends when they speaking To grumble about your home and relatives to outsiders To say smart things which may hurt ones feelings To dress shabbily in the morning be cause no one will see you To be rude to those who serve you either in shop or at home To think first of your own pleasure when you are giving a party To refuse ungraciously when somebody wishes to do you a favor To behave in a street car or train as if no one else bad a right to be there olderTO speak disrespectfully to anyone than yourself refreshing salad is made of a mixture of tomatoes choppftr cabbage green peppers mid olives seasoned with salt and filled into the shells of tomatoes from which the pulp has been removed A generous allowance of Mayonnaise is 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Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON TUB tllW N15r la an EMJGAW PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent l Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General PAMjitger Agent JlAuaprWv p IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Evidence given at the adjourned iu quest on William B Murray the Dublin chemist was that the analysis of I the stomach revealed no traces of opium or mercury which had been in the prescriptions prepared for the deceased on the day before he died The jury found that death was due to the cervical vetebrae of the spine James bryden aged fortyseven years a Dublin tobacconist was found dead I1t his home Northumberland avenue lying on his bed having his jersey drawers and cocks on and his night shirt in his hand For some time he had been under treatment for rheumatic pains of 1the heart to which his unexpected death is attributedLocal Government Board Inspector Burke attended the last meeting of the Borisokaue Guardians and pointed out the necessity of making improvements in the workhouse without which it would be broken up The guardians after animated discussion agreed to the Inspectors suggestion and will spend about 3500 upon improvements Recently a successful andrepresenta live meeting of the farmers of East Cork was held at Flynns Hotel Middletc for the purpose of considering the best means of advancing the barley industry and getting Irish brewers to purchase more extensively than hitherto home grown barley in preference to foreign barley Satisfactory letters were read from leading firms and the proceedings terminatedDuring quarrel at Blackrock County Louth about a girl between a police constable named Courin on leave from KU kenny and a man named Brennan the latter it is alleged was kicked in the abdomen by the former and was taken to Dundalk Infirmary in a dying condition His injuries were considered so serious that his depositions were taken Constable Courin was arrested and brought before a Magistrate who remanded him refusing to accept bail The annual Ardmore Feis organized under the auspices of Declans branch df- the Gaelic League was held on Sunday under favorable circumstances and proved very successful Rev Father Walsh presided and there were several other clergymen and many prominent Gaelic Leaguers present from all parts of the country At the conclusion of the Peis Messrs D Doyle of Youghal and Thos Hayes of Dublin impressed on the peo pie the necessity of using Irish on all occasions and encouraging Irish manu factored and songs Miss Madge Donohue who belongs to a very popular County Carlow family who had been staying at the Baysic Hotel Kingstown for some time past met with a serious accident Saturday The young lady went for a bicycle ride and while returning by Dalkey she lost control of her wheel on the steep incline of Victoria road and at the foot of the incline was thrown violently against the wall of Elsinore House She was found lying in a semiconscious condition suffering from severe shock the right side of her head and face being injured Rev T J Nunan of Cork and Rev M Kiely of Kinsale were ordained in the Convent chapel Kinsale on last Thurs day by big Lordship the Most Rev Dr 3Cullaghau Bishop of Cork The graceful little edifice was filled by the people- of the town while many relatives and friends of the newly ordained clergymen were also present Prior to the ceremony his Lordship celebrated mass and the interesting proceedings were followed with keen interest by the congregation Doth young priests have had distinguished collegiate courses and they now propose- to labor in the diocese of Cork On Sunday afternoon Capt Tuthill of Lucan and his daughter were driving toward Mnynooth and shortly after they passed Leixlip a hive of bees attacked the horse attached to the car on which they were riding The animal broke away furiously One of the wheels got on the footpath the other in the channel Miss Tuthill leaped from the car and fortunately sustained no serious injury Capt Tuthill who endeavored to gain control of the horse was eventually thrown from the trap but escaped with a severe shaking up An old plan named Cornelius Clarkin a native of the village was passing at the time and he was also at tacked by the bees but was not much injured The trap was completely broken up but the horse was not seriously injured- A sad accident occurred near Tallaght resulting in the death of Thomas Mul doon a fine young man of twentysb years of age While engaged with his uncle and a workman in getting gravel from the Dodder strand between Fish house and Oldbawn bridge one of the banks beneath which he was digging supposed to have been loosened by recent heavy rains gave way covering him with sand and stones and earth He was quickly extricated but when dug out was found to have been dreadfully crushed and injured The unfortunate man lived for an hour and a half during which time Faher Quinn of Boherna breena administered to him the last rites of the church The occurrence has created a painful sensation about Tallaght where the deceased was universally known andrespected The Celtic gold ornaments which were grabbed by the British Museum must be surrendered to Ireland The controversy has at last come to an end at any rate we would fain hope that it has come to ani end with A J Balfours statement in- the House of Commons namely that the- law officers have decided that the right of treasure trove still remains in the crown and a copy of the opinion willJje fur- uishted to the museum authorities with a- requellt that they should surrender the namenta to Ireland The temper bf- t4e British Museum authorities all along bas been that of the person who limo t ice T 7 Cfe T S SOME I10 SUITS FOR I I III I IIII I lAND ISOME S IFQRII- I I 19721I I Thats the way we Isize you up now Styles and sizes I shown in our win dows If YOUR size is not there in the STYLE you Iwant youll be apt Ito find it in one of the two big piles in the store Better Icome look for it I 116VU Bros I IIThird and Market I lently insists that possession is nine points of the law and it will be interest ing to watch for a change in this attitude The grabber has a voracious maw and it has friends at court for the King was one of the Governors of the museum It would be nothing short of a scandal if after this pronouncement the ornaments were not handed back immediately to the country to which they naturally and by every law belong This is the golden jubilee year of the venerable Archdeacon Dennehy of Kan turk and in many forms his good parish ioners have already tendered him hearty congratulations Not alone in his own parish but throughout the extensive Diocese of Clone the venerable Arch deacon stands high in the esteen of both priests and people His piety andzeal his devotion to thespiritual and temporal welfare of those confided to his care and his readiness onnU occasions to cast his lot with the people are characteristics that have attended him throughout his length of years in the faithful service of God and that have won for him a warm place in the affections of his people This bond between priest and flock has been Forged more firmly by the happy event which people of Kanturk now celebrate and with them Catholic Ireland will join in wishing their kindly pastor many years more of health and happiness to serve as he has in the past the cause of faith and fatherland- A telegram has just been received in Armagh from the Most Rev Dr Mc Sherry Bishop Port Elizabeth announcing the death of the Rev Peter Fox which event took place at Aliwal North South Africa on the 26th ult This sad piece of intelligence will cause wide spread and profound regret in the Archdiocese of Armagh where the deceased labored on the mission fora number of years Father Fox who has been called away at the comparatively youthful age of fortyfour years was a native of Car rick more in County Tyrone lIe was a diligent student in St Patricks College Armagh for a number of years and from thence he passed to Maynooth where after a brilliant scholastic career he was ordained to the priesthood Ills first appointment on the mission was to the curacy of Moneymorc and he was subsequently transferred to Dungannon where he rendered yeoman service for the church and gained the lasting esteem and endearment of all who had the privilege of knowing this poodhearted and sincere young priest From Dnngannon he was transferred to Cullyhanna County Armagh and after working here with characteristic energy for some time he contracted a disease of the lungs from which he never thoroughly recovered THIEVES ACTIVE During the past week there have been numerous robberies of houses in this city supposedly by thieves who operate in crowds Citizens should be very careful until after the Conclave taking good care that all valuables are placed safely away and their homes securely locked Women should not admit strangers to their homes ini the absence oj the male members of- the family AFFECTION IN THE HOME We sometimes meet with men who seem to think that any indulgence in ani affectionate feeling is weakness They return from a journey greet their families with a distant dignity and move among their children with the cold and lofty splendor of ah iceberg surrounded by its broken fragments There is hardly a more unnatural sight than one of thosd families without 1- 1heart A father dad better extinguish 1- 1boys eves than takeaway bis heart Who that has experienced the joys of friendship and values sympathy and affection would not rather hole all that is beautiful fhI Natures scenery than be robbed of- the hiddeu treasure of his beard Cherish then your hearts best affection In- dulle in the warm nd gushing euiotioas of final fraternal 191re c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Martin J Dugan the printer has been captured by Division 1 This means still more members- A directory of the order now being compiled shows 1720 divisions throughout tie United States Hibernians generally will learn with regret that James Rogers is still confined- to his home 545 East Kentucky street President Tom Dolan missed the first meeting for a long time Tuesday night Vice President Newton Rogers filled his placeDivision 1 of New Albany is reported still growing It expects to have the largest membership in Indiana by the first of next year A very interesting contest has been brought to a close by the Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth Minn which resulted in twentyone new members for the or ganizationMiss Barry President of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 6 of Pall River Mass was presented with a hand some gold ring recently by her sister HiberniansOne finest outings of the season Is anticipated by Division 7 of Minneapolis and Division 4 of St Paul for next Sunday week when they give a joint excursion to Red Wing The only meeting that takes place next week will be held Thursday night by Division 2 and President Meehan extends a cordial invitation to all members of the order to be present Division 1 of Norwich Conn proposes an elaborate celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of its institution on Noven her 10 and has appointed committees to arrange a programme of exercises Syracuse Hibernians expect their pain phernalia in time for the September meetings when they will for the first time confer the degrees under the new ritual They are rather slow about this Daniel Creel Sentinel of Division 1 of Los Angeles Cal has never been absent- a night from his post in twentytwo years lIe speaks Irish as fluently as he did many years ago when a boy at his home in rebel Cork It was only recently on May 29 to be exact that the first branch of the order in Nova Scotia was organized This was Division 1 of Moncton N B which started with twentyone members It has now about double that number The first initiation conducted under the new ritual in Buffalo took place Friday night of last week at the hall of Division 9 when the first and second degrees were conferred upon many candidates The event attracted a large attendance Division 1 of Jeffersonville is making great preparations for the observance of Labor day They made the best showing- in last years parade This division meets next Tuesday night and all visiting brothers are assured a cordial greet ingLadies Auxiliary Division 1 of Providence at their last meeting voted to de fray the expenses of a sick member who is going to Ireland and the financial officers were authorized to pay the amount needed for steamship and rail road fare Division 18 was instituted at Providence last week with imposing cere monies The first and second degrees were conferred upon sixty members The hall was crowded with officers and members representing all the local divisions and the Hibernian Knights appeared in a body in full dress uniform Last week Division 5 of Cambridge Mass held its first annual field day over 3000 people being present The sports were a feature of the day and included a hurling match for a purse of 125 between the oldtime rivals the Young Irelands of Cambridge and the Wolf Tones of South Boston The officers of Division 4 of Salmon Falls N H were installed last week by County President McSorley assisted by visiting Presidents There was a large attendance of members and after the business had been gone through with a- fine banquet was served at which addresses were made by prominent members of the order The indications point to a brilliant social season this winter among the Louisville Hibernians The new hall af- forns splendid facilities for literary and musical entertainments The season will likely be opened by Division 1 There is a general desire among the ladies to seethe home now occupied by the order the improvements of which will be a pleasing surprise to them The annual meeting of the State Board of Directors of New York was held in Syracuse last week The reports submitted to the meeting show the order to be in a healthy and prosperous condition throughout the State both numerically and financially Thereis now a mem bershipof about 13800 in New York State with balances in the different county treasuries of upward of 80000- The order is organized in fortysix counties and it is the intention of the State officers to have all counties organized before the holding of the next State convention which is to be held at Saratoga in August 1902 The adoption of the- new ritual has aroused much interest andenthusiasm as well as proved an at- tmctlon which has increased the membership in many locolities and has raised the average attendance at division meet ings THE ZOO The Zoo continues its growth in public- favor the crowds that gathered there lax Sunday and Friday nights being- enormous Manager Sheehan will have ew attractions for next week and a- pnd display of fireworks Fridayeven iug The excellent vaudeville bill pre- aeated alto proves a great drawing card- as n u wmJ1 How m Are II- 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