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JI- LIitl 71Sri H KENTUCKY IRISIIAMERICAN VOLUME VIINO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS I FATHER ALBERT I Interesting Letter From Catho lie Missionary to South America Culls Upon Bishops and Visits Kingston and Cartagena Cathedrals a Meets Clergymen Who Inquire About Several Kentucky Priests PLEASED WITH HIS NEW BISHOP CAKTAOBrtA Aug 22As many of my Kentucky friends are readers of the Kentucky Irish American t promised them when I left that they would hear from me through its columns The inci dents of my trip from Louisville to Buffalo and my stay in New York City have already been given Just before sailing Archbishop Corrigan who or dained me twentyfour years ago sent for me and gave me a very compliment ary letter of recommendation to all the Bishops wherever I might stop on my journey Taking passage on the steamer AUui the long journey to Colombia South America was begun on Saturday August 10 and the voyage thus far was We had finea very pleasant one weather always passing the Island of San Salvador the first land discovered by Columbus on August 13 After passing between Cuba and Hayti we reached Kingston Jamaica on Thursday August 15 where we remained till Saturday I called upon the Bishop and found him to be a very democratic and most amiable old gentleman of about seventydifferent from those men whose aristocracy nearly chills one to death He and all the priests of the whole island are of the Jesuit order On both days I read mass at the Cathedral arid dined with the Bishop The rector of the Cathedral took the greatest interest in me when he heard that I had been at St a Augustnes colored church in Louisville He before he joined the Jesuits was Superior of the Josephite fathers in Balti hi P JIhO at onetime bad charge of the colored artn teFens Ci= yIiew- asalso Superior of this society when Father Green was rector of St Angus tiandinquired after many priests of Louisville The harbor of Kingston with the grand and lofty mountains in the back ground is the finest I have seen thus far with the exception of the one at Carta geiia The climate of the Island is very healthy Jamaica was discovered by Columbus on his second trip 1494 but since 1670 it has been a British colony The beautiful Blue mountains which run across the island overshadow Kingston and present a grand and picturesque background to the city Here I saw palm trees with leaves about twentyfive feet long The streets of the city are lighted with electricity and the most recent improvement in locomotion is the electric car service which has just been completed with twentyone miles of trackWe left Kingston on Saturday August 17 and arrived at Savanilla in Colombia on Monday morning where we remained till the following day I was invited by a fellowpassenger a Mr Davis of Jersey City who had made the trip to South America thirteen times being the owner of the street railway lines In Bogota the capital of Colombia to pay a flying visit with him to the city of Baranquilla about thirty miles inland which I gladly accepted We found that the country is in great excitement on account of the revolution caused by the Liberal party the present Government consisting of the Conservative party We stopped at a hotel and took a simple lunch for which we paid 10 each in Colombian money It was not much after all for when I exchanged two American dollars I got sixty Colombian dollars for them They have nothing but paper money here and this has been getting more worthless every day since the revolution com menced in October 1899 a few weeks after the South African war broke outI The country is in a most miserable condition and the people see starvation li before them if a change does not take place very soon We found the dty ofI Baranquilla quiet but were told there was fighting in the interior and also in the Panama province where Father Volk who is well knows in the Louis ville diocete has a parish I visited one of the churches of the city which badI been partially destroyed by the rebels but is now about to be rebuilt I found a in it a beautiful double marble highI altar like the one I had seen in the Cathedral at Speier Germany Mass CM be read oa both tides of this altar the front and rear The heat in this city was so oppressive that we decided t- otke the next train back to gavMilla though we had already paid for our reoatt at the hotel We kft SavaaillaPu Tuesday sad sir rived at Cartagena the next morning The city could be seen about two bows n before we reached Hy M oar passel lad to go need an Ulaud in order to aler UK port Tim hariMr evfit ynwIertlMii the MM of Kingston had formerly two i aunts cei but the one teas blocked sip entryotklg U Jdr AND MAIN ENTRANCE TO GETHSEMANI IICOURT ABEVIIII H+ + ft n ttt t t1++ 4+t+ Huti 2 the English The city lies on an island connected with the mainland by a bridge at La Popa Hill crowned with an old Augustinian convent the white walls of which are visible for many miles at sea Cartagena was an old Spanish fortress founded in the sixteenth century and all the masonry of the city shows how well the Spaniards built The walls which still completely surround the city are in several places sixty feet thick and arc said to have cost the Spanish Govern ment many millions of dollars When we were ready to go ashore we were told by an officer that nobody was allowed to i land without a special permit from the Governor This was all on ac count of the revolution I showed my passport which I as a citizen of the United States had obtained from Washington before leaving New York but the officer paid no attention to it The Captain of the ship then telephoned the matter to the American Consul who communicated with the Governor and at once the answer came back that nobody should molest me nor prevent me from going ashore The rest had to wait for three hours before they were allowed to land but one poor woman who was under suspicion of being in correspond ence with the rebels was absolutely re fused permission to go on shore though her ticket only went as far as Cartagena and the ships company had to take her to Costa Rica Here I went at once to the Cathedral to see my new Bishop to arrange things regarding my missions as I intended to leave with the same ship on the follow ing day He is a young Bishop an Italian byblrth but in his manner and conversation as unpretentious as any thoroughly democratic American being affability and amiability itself He re ceived me very cordially I found him and his Secretary dressed in white linen cassock which clergymen seem to wear here at home on account of the heat lIe sent his Secretary at once to the Govern ment building to obtain the Accessary documents for me which I would then have to present to the GovernorPrefect of St Andrews Island When the Secre tary came back with an unsatisfactory answer the Bishop put on a black cassock and purple sash pectoral cross and broad hat with a green cord and tassel and accompanied by his Secretary went himself to the Governor ad on his re turn told me that all documents would be ready for me at 10 oclock the following morning so that I would tot be de tamed on my journey Thea I visited Ute seminary which was formerly a Dominican convent and was shown the cell livedimats over tomb StPMt Supeeebad theejqdy of the lutwuexllllillLTbe eharche here are all very spacious of Uw old Spanish style atld architsettwe Diutag the afternoon I left oAtbe toamer Altn for Contra Rica from where Imay write my next letter SUV AWWMf BrmoKMtMJ MACKiN COUNCIL Will Celebrate Eighth Anniver nary of Organization Tues day Night Officers of Kentucky Jurisdic tion and Local Councils to Be Present Thirty Candidate For Initiation- at St AnthonysHall YOUNG LIENS INSTITUTE GROWING Mackin Council of the Young Mens Institute the most popular and influen tial social and fraternal organization in the West End will next Tuesday night at St Anthonys Hall on West Market street celebrate the eighth anniversary of its organization The importance of this event is fully recognized by the en tire membership which now numbers about 250 and the officers and commit tees have arranged to make the occasion the most notable in the history of the councilFor some weeks past special effort has been made to secure a large number of new members for initiation that night How well this work has been done may applicationsupon favorably all of whom have been notified of their election and requested to be present Mackin Council has extended an invi tation to the Grand offices of the Ken tucky jurisdiction Trinity and Satolli Councils of this city Unity Council of New Albany and all members of the order to be present and that the large number expected may be providedwith ample accommodations the committee having the affair in charge decided to hold the exercises in St Anthonys Hall This council has enjoyed phenomenal success and is the only organization of Catholic young men that owns its own home The club house on Twentysixth street is fast becoming inadequate for the requirements of the large membership and there ia every probability that with proper encouragement Mackin will IIn the near future erect a fully equipped and commodious hall that will be a credit to cityftaeuitaelfAfter the initiation cereavoca and the transaction of neceeeary eialOdasession will be held at which benwin- be A bounteous spread sad a geanioely a n r 0 oJ good time is in store for all who attend Mackin will also soon inaugurate its winter social season and follow the course that has proved so successful and satis factory for several years past Letters received this week from Roanoke state Supreme Secretary OBriens recent visit to the Ohio and Indiana jurisdictions resulted very satisfactorily GENERAL MEETING Important Reports Pertaining- to Orphans Bazar to Be Submitted a A general meeting of gentlemen rep resentatives of the twentyone English speaking churches and others interested in the coming orphans bazar will take place at St Francis Hall tomorrow night The Executive Committee will then make its report defining the duties of the various subcommittees and also upon other matters heretofore not acted upon Another valuable prize has been added to the list to be disposed of in the shape of a handsome meerschaum pipe which is now on exhibition in Wolfs window at Fourth and Jefferson It is said to be a real work of art and the most costly pipe in Kentucky VOLUNTEERS Gallantry and Beauty WJIl In augurate the Sociall Season The Volunteer Socials will inaugurate the season next Wednesday night with a euchre and dance at Music Hallat which beauty and gallantry will predomi nate The Volunteers are gentlemen well known In the central part of the city the great majority of whom have had active experience Last year their entertainment was one of the most successful ever given at Phoenix Hill and was thoroughly enjoyed by large numbers of our prominent society people For the euchre quite a number of handsome prizes have been secured that will be highly appreciated by the winners The dance that will follow promises to ent a pretty scene as large numbers of our belles and beaux have signified their intention of attending An excel lent programme has hee4a ringed by Music Directors Edward J Dalton and George Shea which includes tit latest music and all the fashionable dances Messrs James McBride Robert Mitch ell Ed Dalton D Gteaaon M Lyons havemadethissocialwill be pleasantly entertained tThe Columbia haw gala been selected to defend thecupwhich the Shamrock H tstands good cfiaaee to wint G Q NOT CALLED OFF IrishAmerican Society Deter mined to Hold Its Grand Reunion Special Committee Instructed- to Make All Necessary Arrangements Interesting Meeting Thursday and Another Member Initiated SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY NIGHT The regular meeting of the IrishAmer ican Society was well attended Thursday night when the most important business related to the annual Irish reunion which had been twice postponed because of the inclemency of the weather After o lengthy discussion participated in by President Nevin Tom Keenan Joe Byrne Pat Connaughton Mike Francis Thomas Claire Pat Welsh M W Mur phy James Casey and others it was de cided by a unanimous vote to select another date and have the outing for which all preparations have been made all that is required being the day and park The Chairman then appointed Messrs Thomas Claire Mike Francis and Thomas Keenan a special committee to make all the arrangements necessary and report at a special meeting to be held at Dougherty Keenans West Market street next Monday night at 8 oclock Thus far a large number of tickets have been disposed of and it is the pupose of the IrishAmerican Society to give its numerous friends a real Irish holiday The further details will appear in the daily papers as soon as perfected Be sides the foregoing ohly routine busi ness was transacted Pat Beamen the well known Deputy Jailer was elected and initiated and from all indications new life is developing for this or anlza don The Visiting Committee reported John Kenney aa convalescent after a long and serious illness All claims were allowed and quite a sum of money was turned over to Treasurer Keenan Members were somewhat disappointed over the absence of the two Vice Presidents Tom Tarpey and William Lawler The next regular wetting will tale place on Thursday night September 19 I before which the reunion will have taken place and all should endeavor to be importanceaudNpOJUwi1Ibe j society Plans should also soon be matured by which a more widespread interest will be taken in this organization Were its objects and laws more generally understood it is thought the membership could easily be doubled within the next few months Quite a number have worked zealously since its organization who now feel that the labor should bei shared by others And they are right The committee above named decided to hold the reunion at Riverview Park next Thursday afternoon and night and all members should make this knownI BECOMES CAPTAIN Lieut Thomas J Riley Pro motod by Board ofISafety As predicted in these columns when Col Jake Haager tendered his resigns tion as Chief of Police Major Gunther last Saturday night became Acting Chief Capt Andrew Krakel succeeding him as Night Chief This left a vacancy among J the Captains which was filled by the promotion of Lieut Thomas J Riley In accepting the resignation of Col Haager the Board of Safety adopted reso lutions expressing its appreciation of hisj I j services during the past fourteen years Capt Tom Rileys promotion to the vacant Captaincy meets with universal approval He is one of the most con servative and intelligent men in the department and has the confidence and respect of every officer on the force all of whom rejoice over his selection I I REMEMBERED J I Patrick OBrien Tendered a Reception While Visit Ing Here J 1 Among the happy social events of the past week was the reception tendered Patrick OBrien of Chicago last Wednes I day evening at the residence of Sargeant William Wales Third and Shipp avenue Mr OBrien was formerly a well known resident of this city but removed toII Chicago about six years ago to accept a 1 responsible clerkship with the Big Four i He came here to witness the conclave J and visit Messrs Mike and lobe Hickey and Officer Wales all of whom enter tained in his honor The reception was made pleasant by vocal and instrumental numbers and cake walking by little I Bernadette and Loretta Wales and an elegant luncheon Among the guests were Messrs and Mesdames James Hickey Joseph Faust Mike Hickey William Mudd John Hickey William I Rem Misses Nora Wales Eveline Reilly Katie OBrien and Mesrs John I Sweeney Dave Rellly Percy Bareford Charles Miller Will Wales dispensed the favors in true Kentucky style 0 CONNEMARA United Irish League Is Re nizcd as a True National Organization cIIJifI 3 L People- Enthusiastic j vi Meeting at Cllfileu Addressed by Canon McAIplno RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES DEMANDED On Sunday lasts public meeting was I held at CHfden to establish a branch of wisptakenP P and there were also present Messrs M Joyce C C J J Connolly C R D C John Burke D C C King M iLavenejj Connelly Mr MInerney Rev Father LynamThewere I 1 proposed by Michael Joyce c C and seconded by JJ Connolly C R D C Jwere carried amidst the greatest enthusi m asmthat 1 we take this opportunity of expressing our confidence in the pro gramme of the United Irish League the only national organization embra all the objects ofa strong Irish policy which welds together the people of Ire land in their struggles against the ene aspira1tionsnemara to enroll themselves under the banner of the League and show their undying attachment to the Irish cause That being firmlr convinced that peace and prosperity will never be known j to Ireland until the tillers of the soil are j made the owners of their holdings wel call upon the British Government toj introduce a full measure of compulso purchase of land as the only settlemen of the land question and we pledge out selves to carry on the struggle for thi reinstatement of the evicted tenant the victims of the land war nntilJi are est red to their old homes tiatsvet ifjjjJBippwt content the rights and pdvueges of nationh of which we were robbed by the infamoi act of union are fully and completely restored to us and that no measure oi government will prove satisfactory which does not provide government of the pee pIe by the people themselves That this meeting of the electpNrfH the Connemara division of Galway take this the rust opportunity of denoundejj the action of Col Nolan in putting for ward a claim to the foreshore of his tenants holdings and to the seawee gathered in the open sea at such infinl labor and risk to the tenants themselve and that in our opinion such condu unfits him to occupy the position of i Irish Parliamentary representative an disqualifies him to act with the Iris party who are fighting the battles of tb peopleCanon c objecttodaysparty and heartiest approval Probahl in no part of Ireland is a living bra of the United Irish League more urgen required or more badly needed than b- In CHfden the capital of Connema While the lands are wretched there are high While the people are po they are subject to petty exactions irritating annoyances that even a iSligo would not dream of or a Clan carde stoop to The low trick8tt shabby artifices by which so many tei benInot be tolerated for a moment in aj district where the men had an ouncej grit or a spark of manliness And Mweenish Island has its Col Ncl claiming a share of what he has righthavenin in Ballyconneely andelsewhere J petty little Shylocks trying to taif folingparts of Galway the grazier and grabber are the curse of the commun fDerryleaacrehaving jd I other means to live upon and I whom better might reasonably bel pected The meeting was also addressed JFoleyspeakers and a strong brand United Irish League was fomHl the presidency of the Very Rev MAlpine NEW IRISH SAINT An interesting item of informs all Irish Catholics is the aunouni that the canonization of Oliver Ple Archbishop of Armagh and Pri Ireland is now in the advanced i Rome and iis expected to take an early date The illustrious Ii late fell a victim to Crotnwelllan and died a martyr to faith arid during that gloomy period V door of conscience was fotbulij Irish people by British law j D iKENTUCKY IRISHIIN- IIIININNNIIIIIINIIIIIM flMERlGflti Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans z X HXGGXNS P b11ber1wx74x4t 4UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 I Entered at the Louisville postottlce as SecondClsss Matter Udtetiallf Comnaaicallens to tthe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Westt Oreea Street EO TRADI = UNCIL4Y oLJ 144 LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1901 LABORS FRIEND DEAD Zack Phelps is dead He began the practice of law at a time whet In this city it was hard for a young man to make his mark as the i lawyers say He was the associate I of the junior Jacksons Joe ONeil and others a class of young 1law- yers most of whom have attained success and prominence but none f surpassed Mr Phelps The juniorr s law firm of Jackson Phelps 8 ONeil became famous and since its dissolution Zack Phelps proves f his ability by keeping up his suc- cess and reaching the top White his death is mourned none will ifeel his loss more than the workingmen jj He was the true friend of the labor unions and his services were ever ready and promptly rendered a always without renumeration for he would not accept a fee from them and even disliked to have iti publicly mentioned as he detested anything savoring of what mij ht construed as acting the demagogue His advice quietly given has saved the labor unions much trouble as well as won for then victories He was ardent in 1 his friendship for honest labor gave la his advice and services in its behalf 4 and but for his request to the contrary would have been honored by a public recognition by the labor unions ADOPT THE LABEL The C K of A Journal official can of the Catholic Knights of lerica now bears the union abell The jSl Trid all the printing of the Supreme office will be hereafter union the contract Being awarded over two lower nonunion bidders This is the result of quiet but persistent effort of several members of Typographicall klhion No 10 who started at it i several years ago enlisting the aid of members in other cities and the International officers This was a difficult task as the organization is pread over the entire country embracing members knowing little of the prejudice against labor unions The improvement in the Journal will do much to gain the good will of those people for labor unions as K is well printed on good paper Ind the reading indicates that proof- as been read and correctedini fact got out by a printer- FALSEHOODS The Labor World is freely quoted in press dispatches as denouncing President Shaffer for ordering and prolonging the steel strike The abor World is not a bona fide bar paper or its editor is wofull norant of labor matters No esident of a labor organization as authority to order or continue trike nor would any labor organ ation tolerate the assumption of ch power The steel strike was rdered by the Executive Board of Amalgamated Association under thority of its convention ands and will continue till the board ps it President Shaffer acts triply In his official capacity in en orcing the action of the board He Lfldiap authority to order the strike as no authority to stop the ike except us ordered by the ird Every member of a labor ion knows i1O the editor ok t Labor World Is either not a on man orisworsea lying ifin sheeps clothing The pub Lion of such falsehoods can haven objectto deceive the gen Ipublic pogtapUcal Union No 10 h should base been most prom I wasf missed in the labor par u justice it must bC statelid r o n that it was not the fault of the union Its exdelegates to the Central Labor Union whose terms have just expired neglected their duty and no reports were made by them regarding the parade or anything else At the meeting 1 last Sunday the union was informed of the arrangements by a visiting committee It was too late for the printers to arrange to get off as printers must work every day and night and there was no time to prepare for a parade It was agreed however that those who could do so would join in the pt ade About thirty met elected James Dougherty as marshal and marched in a body Other members marched with other organizations while many failed to locate their union in the crowd It is unfortunate that the Typographical Union of 250 members were thus deterred from joining their fellow workmen but none regret or are more indignant about it than the printers themselves The Knights of Columbus a Catholic sociall organization de cided at their recent session that their printing must bear the union label This not only means several thousand dollars worth of work for union printers every year but as the organization is principally composed of wealthy and businessmen throughout the United States who spend thousands of dollars for printing every month its benefits- to union printers will be far reach Inge and greatly aid llocal uuiona- in i inducing the members of the Knights of Columbus to patronize union printers in their localities The knights of Columbus have a large membership in this city and we suggest that No to bear this iin mind in booming the label England has developed many scapegoats in seeking to hide the real cause of failures in the Boer war Several of the most prominent military men have been re called in quasi disgrace and now Lord Salisbury and subsequently- the Ministry will be retired on one- plea or another In South Africa it is the same The military blame the civil officials and demand their removal and the civil officials denounce Lord Kitchener and others and ask their recall In the meantime the Boer war continuesas disastrous to British glory as ever and Is a sharp thorn in the Lions side that is worrying him much and making him the laughing stock of- the world The negroes of this city are as n- rule orderly but there are tough elements among them and they are increasing who seem to do nothing but drink and gamble are anuis- ance because of their insolence and blackguardism and as they are usually armed are a menace to- the community These hoodlums should be sent to the workhouse or- driven out of thecity An enforcement of law will do it The first- thing the cify authorities know these black rascals will start something and then there will be something doing in Louisville sure enoughIn street car last week a chap- with a red white and blue ribbon pinned on his lapel was telling a storyof a battle in Cuba and of an- Iriehutan in his regiment who- dropped his gun and run before a hot was fired Aigeatlinan la- Xnieut Templar uniform turned t- abiled and aWlExcUie me Are you sure the fellow who run before a shot was ired was an Irish wire I have never seen nor heard g 0- c c of an Irish coward and I served through two wars The storytelling was silenced When a party to a controversy resorts to lying it is a confession of weakness The steel trust boast that the strike has not seriously affected the running of their mills that they have ample force to resume as fast as they wish that the efforts of the union to induce men to strike in their nonunion mills especially the Carnegie mills at Pittsburghave signally failed Yet we see in our local papers an advertisement for mill men in every department apply Carnegie Building Pittsburg Conference and arbitration have averted a strike and resulted in the signing of a satisfactory scale in all the coal mines of Southeastern Kentucky This is far better than the lopkim county plan of attempting to drive out union white miners by Sheriffs posses with Winchesters and filling their places with negro rifraff from nowhere But then Western Kentucky was always regarded as the green end of the State a trifle behind the times The European statesmen iand editors are all alarmed at the non action of the United States regarding the revolutions reported in South America intimating that the United States is intriguing to ob thin control of those countries and exclude European trade The ignorance of the European states men and editors concerning this continent is amazing even ridiculous yet these folks turn up their noses at the ignorant Americans The Republicans held their convention to nominate city and county officers last Saturday but since then many have refused the nominations fidered them It is therefore im possible to give a correct list of Ithe nominees It seems that there is a- big split in that party but its cohesiveness muSt not be overlooked JtuvA Stratton will be the Republican standard bearer for Mayor i 0 11 j rie nor I Kitchener by maintaining 1his concentration camps in Southern Africa in which women and children are herded and driven like- cattle is following the example which earned for Weyler the title of Butcher in Cuba But Kitch ener has always proven his right to- that title by the murder of wounded and sick prisoners in the Soudan There is almost an epidemic of- typhoid fever in Southern Indiana- The Secretary of the State Board of- Health reports that thirty Francis cani nuns are suffering with the- disease at Oldenberg Out of 5oc in the institution about too are indisposed attributed to impure waterThe Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners will make a mistake iif- they do not reelect President Herr- mann next Tuesday And while- they are voting they should also instruct for John Schulten aJ Judge Burnett for Water Company Directors The three mentioned arc aU ightWe congratulate the Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph upon its fortunate selection of an associate editor- Charles J OMalley is recognized as one of our ablest Irish and Catholic writers and his Kentucky admirers are pleased that he is again- near them No better selections could have been made for the Democratic Campaign Committee The members lepresent Louisvilles best people and the citys progress and they will not let the campaign lag- Democratic success seems almost ertainthere was much criticism and it is deserved of the City Railway Company rinmisci its cars through the ranks of the labor parade It- could have been easily avoldedr- tddetti there was no rush of travel n tbecar at the time- We are not in politics bittoa- W1erupa tree it semis beJtepubl- icawa are trying their level beat to cnpat any chances they maY U n j have had tqfc carry this city and State or any part thereof Every reamer of the Kentucky Irish American and their friends should spend ftext Thursday at the IrishAmerican Society reunion at Riverview Park Let us have a great turnoiiand a big celebration 7 The Jefferson statue should have been placed Imposition long before the conclave This long continued delay certainly does not rest with the generous donors Mayor Weaver should veto the 5G salary ordinance now before him This Republican measure makes radical reductions where inone should occur England isall agog because the Czar is to visit Germany and France without calling on Edward VII King of Great Britain et- cSOCIETY SSSSMS6SSS6S8SB3NM I D J Dunlgqa of Somerset isiled here this week Miss Elizabeth Walsh has returned from Martha s Vineyard where she spent the summer J A Dwyerj of St Marys was herr the first part of theweek Mrs Walter Young and children are visiting friends near Central City Mrs Jessie Lynch of Dawson Springs- is the guest of Mrs Charles Hazzard in Jeffersonville Charles Ryan who has been visiting his mother in Jeffersonville returned Thursday to Cincinnati Mrs Castor arid children have returned home from Mt Washington where they were the guests oi Mrs Grant i Mrs William F Harris arrived home Tuesday aftirrf pleasant visit with Mrs S E Daugherty at Bardstown 1 Mrs Edward Bluff of Chicago ifor- merly Annie dCpnnell is visiting 1Irs- John 1 Freeman 1530 Hull street Miss Mattie We Wehrley a pretty and amiable society favorite left Thursday for a visit with friends at Avoca Miss Agnes Rpurke and Miss Stella Bryannre home from Hodgecville where theyhave beenrilsitijaB Hilary Bryan c Iwi Harry TJmmeraYbrellevue was here- last Sunday visitnig friends among the members of the Young Mens Institute J Mrs John C Graves accompanied by- Miss Abbiu Chester has gone to Ray- wick to spend a few weeks with friends J Mrs George Mulligan and David Mul- liRan have returned from Cincinnati where they spent several days viSiting friendsJj Among the weeks visitors were Mr- and Mrs Joseph Cassidy of Bellevue lie is President lof Phil Sheridan Council Y M I- Miss Flora Menne was this week the- guest of the Misses Stockar at Bardstown where speciall social fayora were bestowed upon her sa OVMiss Mary Kelly returned Thursday to her home in Flemingsburg after a pleasant visit with the Misses Ryans i in Jeffersonvillef Misses Marie and Anna Bain two- pretty Lexington girls who received much- attention duringHheir stay here returned home Wednesday Mrs Joe Paust and Mrs William Iudd are home from Martinsville Ind both- greatly benefited in health by their three- weeks sojourn there tMisses Emma Ryans one of Jefferson villes society favorites leaves today form extended visit with friends at Croth rsvillg and Seymour Miss Anna McCune arrived at her home in effersonville Tuesday evening after a leasant visit with her brother Jeff- McCune at Alexandria Hon Matt OIDoherty and wife and- party who haves been spending severat- months in Irelaadaad on the continent are expected home next week Hugh J Higgins left Tuesday morning for ai brief visit with relatives in Cincinnati accompani 1 by his cousin Miss- Mafgnerite iyEcl of Syracuse Will Phelan a Veil known and popular young man cf Limerick has been- confined to his home for the last week with an attack ofmalarial fever John T MtloseVice President of the- FidelftyTnYt Ceajpaay has returned romlay View Ykli enjoying splendid kItad loolciig extremely well- Mies Mary Keaneya chonaing Jeffer- onyille girl to expected home Monday from Dubois eoanty where abe has been- peadiag thepaatmonth with friends Mrs J im T Malone and children Who save bwiapeading the Seated 00at the Michigan summer reeo- etreepectd to rive bOOM next TQ9 day Quitedii nee occMJOMd this reek when ttne Jttcin tit was made o- fUaemaeol VAolpbo teead Araotd oftbiaeitraD hUm Rosa Want of St ohela Who wr Darted by Rat Father- naninghim sector of Holy Cross u c church Thirtyfourtli and Broadway The happy couple are at home at 2431 West Broadway where numerous friends have called to tender their congratulations The many friends of popular Jack Raidy who has been quite ill for the past three weeks will rejoice to learn that he is on the road to recovery at his home on West Main street Miss Rose Bunning an attractive and Interesting young lady visitor fromII Downers Grove Ill is here as the j of the family of Phil Hutti Thlrte and Walnut streets Joe Carey left last Sunday night for Paducah to accept a position as machiu ist in the railroad shops at that point Joea many friends here will miss his smiling countenance Mr and Mrs William Furlong i Mrs James Furlong and Nick Furlong will leave Monday on a trip to Cincinnati and Cleveland and from there to the Pan American Exposition Col Roger McGrath one of the best liked officials in the City Hall is expected home in a few days from West Baden Springs where he has been en joying his annualvacation Miss Iulie Schindler and John Zappp well known young people of New Albany and popular in German society circles were united in marriage Wednesday morning at St Marys church Mrs Thomas OConnor returned to Chicago last Monday morning She was the guest of Mrs John A OConnor West Walnut street during the conclave with whom she had a delightful visit The many friends of Mrs Tom Cleary First street will beglnd to learn that she has entirely recovered from her recent illness of pneumonia For several dasher condition was regarded as very crit- iCal William Karbe and Miss Frances Gaz enhaus well known young people of Lafayette township near New Albany were united in marriage Wednesday morning by Rev Father Hildebrand at- St Marys of the Knobs Miss Mary A Goss prominent in Catholic society circles left last Saturday for a months visit with friends in Water town Mass Before returning she will visit the PanAmerican Exposition and- the principal Eastern cities Mike Fitzgerald and Wallace Jeffries left Wednesday night on a trip to artnsville Springs where they expect toi remain for about two weeks These two young men will be missed by their many admirers among the fair sex Miss Beatrice Fitzglbbon an attractive and accomplished Shelbyville belle has returned home after a delightful visit with her aunt Mrs Thomas P Dignt Seventh street accompanied by her aunt Miss Ella Condon and Miss Ella Agnes Digpan her cousin Among the notable weddings of the- past week was that solemnized Wednesday at the Sacred Heart church when- Rev Father Walsh united Miss Mary anagan and Theo Kim two well known young people who are now spending their honeymoon at Buffalo Misses Lee and Kathryn McCloskey and Dan and Wallace Lawler of this city Miss Nora Fitzpatrick of Chicago Miss Elizabeth Clark and Owen Clark of St Louis formed a house party that- were delightfully entertained by Miss- Nellie Beatrice Fitzgibbon at her home in Shelbyville during the fair The fair- hostess won high praise from her city visitorsWill Hammil who has made a host of- friends among our young people during his short residence here will leave shortly for Lexington his former home andwill be an usher at the wedding of 1Iiss- Mamie Colbert a Lexington belle and- Louis Vetter of Knoxville Tenn which will1 be solemnized by Rev Father Earry at St Paul a church on Wednesday morning September 18 One of the most enjoyable of this- veehs social events was the largely attended reception given Monday evening in honor of Miss Marguerite Lynch of- Syracuse who has been having a delightful visit with her cousins Misses Mary and Hattie Higgins West Madison street- Miss Lynch has made many friends here who have shown her marked social attention She will Jeave Monday for her home One of this seasons most attractive and charming visitors is Miss Mary Dunn f Camden N J who has been spending hepast two weeks here as the guest of her sifter Sister Mary St Edward at the- CoBvent of the Good Shepherd and with- Misses Julia and Mayme Kelly on Port Iland i avenue Miss Dunn also visited- Mammoth Cave and during her briefl- IOjourn here won many admirers whore gret her departure Mtss Mayme Dugan entertained last Vedncsday evening in honor of Miss- Pigand Those present were Misses JCat e McGrath Lily and Del Keiran Dorai Koster Katie Council MoUie- Keiran Mayme Dugan and Miss Wigand andMes Jimmie OHern John Bishop- Louis Koster Joe Herbst Al Fisher Th oi Doll Phil Scblemm r Joe Kruse- Gussie Johnson Jack OHern and Mr and Mrs Cushion Mrs Conaughton Mr and Mrs James Dugan- John M Mulloy the well known tea ed coffee merchant and Cot Tom IUley of Fourteenth and Main left- TJutrsday sight for the Eat where they itead to spend a month sedog the lab sad kiokiug after some busing hitereM1heywill first visit Nia +rr- aaallaed the American n KxpoilUoq thea proec diMf to New York trod tho pritteidtMI Botharew H known II rcirclDdI theadat1a mebt polir to 7 TRINITY COUNCIL Opens Its Social Season With Smoker Euchre and Dance Pleasing news to the young men of the East End and the city generally will tbe the announcement that Trinity Council Yl M I has already arranged for a number of its enjoyable winter entertain ments which will be inaugurated at the club house on Monday evening September 16 with a smoker for the members and their invited friends This will be followed by the formal opening of the usual series of euchres and dances on Wednesday evening September 25 These annual smokers are among the most pleasant given by any of our fraternal societies President Sullivan and the officers always providing an abundance of the good things suitable for such occasions The euchres and dances of Trinity Couucil are without doubt the most popular given in the East End and attract the attendance of the best young people of that section The games will begin at 830 oclock sharp after whit there will be dancing The committee having the inaugural dance in charge is composed of Messrs Tom Garvey Edward Wulf Joseph Gaffney Adam Schneider Frank Latsch Edward Kelty Dan Hennessy Henry Strube and Will Hillericb and they have determined thi shall be the best ever given by Trinit Council There will be a number of beautiful prizes and an abundance of refreshments FEDERATION ASSEMBLY Permanent Organization to Be Effected at Cincinnati In December As a result of the conference of prominent Catholic clergymen and laymen held at Long Branch and presided over by Bishop McFaul of Trenton the movement looking to Catholic unity and federation has taken definite shape Organizations having a membership of nearly half a million were represented and I was it decided to hold the convention for permanent organization at Cincinnati Tuesday December 10 After electing the following temporary officers the conference adjourne- dPresidentHenry A Fries Erie Vice PresidentThomas W Fitzgerald New York Secretary John J ORourke Pltiladel phiaTreasurerE P Mooney Cleveland Spiritual DirectorRight Rev JaS IcFaul Trenton- Executive BoardT J Coyle of Penn rlvaniu E D Reardon of Indiana J C McGuire of New York L J Kauffman ofNewYorkThe Board includes Father cGilllcudy of WorcesterMass The Catholic Union of this city will soon resume its meetings after Its summer recess when plans for the future will be formulated upon the lines that will govern the national body ABOUT GETHSEMANI ABBEY Passing through the Porters Lodge at thsemanl Abbey you enter the Court which is tastefully laid nut with trees and flowers in the center of which Is a statue of the Blessed Virgin The part of the building shown in the picture is the- front wall of the guest department The- main entrance is seen in the center while the entrance shown in the extreme left is the one that leads to the Fatt r- Abbotfs room The statue shown in thi- nitch in the fourth story is one of St- Joseph IMPOSING PARADE The parade of the trades unionists of- ths city Labor day was an imposing one- Mayor Weaver rode with Chairman Mc Gilland both made addresses at Phcenfr- Hill where the day andevening ere- happily spent by thousands of workmen their wives sweethearts and friends This years celebration was an unqualified success and much praise is due the- Labor Day Commltsee for its indefatigable work NOTABLE IRISH VISITORS John Redmond leader of the Irish NationaUstparty will arrive in New- York about the middle of October on an- American tour in support of the Irish- eause The full programme of his tour is not settled Mr Redmond will be met In New York by Michael Davitt and will be accompanied by Patrick Aloysius Mc- Hugh a member of Parliament now undergoing six months imprisonment itn- connection with his article condemning jury packing published in his newspaper and by one other of his colleagues They will address meetings in most of the bIg- cities November 23 has been fixed as the date for the Chicago meeting Here isa fine opportunity for Kentucky byringingLOVE AT FIRST SIGHT We talk of love at first sight but what shall1 we say of people who have never seen each other marrying and not being- unhappyi Courting said an Irish man is like dying sure a man must dot for himself In same countries as for instance Sweden this is uQt the cases- here the marriages of the young people aremde for them by their parents and they only begin to court after they are- wedded This sounds wrong and absurd In theory b titoften works wellia- practice Indeed young people ask the- advice of their parents much top little bout that which is perhaps the most wuaudimportant undertaking rfo utemarriage Too many of them are Jib the young lady who said the looped is night be cut into ten 41- dif jea the did act know mote yring than dW her mother S tMr 00I- IJllltDo one cud insitt pa pt lelperi- eaeat a great xwt loth 1 ices uo r IRISH REUNION UNDER AUSPICES O- PIRISH AMERICAN SOCIETYAT Riverview Park NEXT THURSDAYSEPTEMBER AFTERNOON AND NIGHT Up Stairs Over English Woolen nills Store One Door West of the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammothw Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORING D D St PROPRIETOR IRISHSSOCIETY QIRECOR- YA O iiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cuslck 1911 Hank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISIONS Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month TtMeehanVice MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 9- Meets on the Second and Forth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month presidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Gilles pie Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut v AssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady 1 DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentB A CollaRecording SecretaryJohn J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording SecretaryJohn J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas Keenan SergeantJohn Keuney SentinelTimothy Ly- onsKENWOOD PARITAKE PARK CARS VIA THIRDSTREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where You Qti SemeMut deed te Eat Fine Wines and Liquors Foreign and Domestic Cigars Special attention given + orders for private parties and meals 8eed at reasonable prices Tel 3026a WM FLEISCHER Proprietor Brown Leghorn Eggs 5 CENTS LACQUESiHow Brown Le horns LayTwelvet- ens and pullets laid Ji233 ill lbtit fag 13 Feb Q Merck 7 April 113 May 142 June118 Juy137 Att 11 i Sept JiJOCtt I 8SMQ8I Doe CJj u ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN I W T SH I HAN M kQI3ll2 The Only Park in Louisville Playing High Class Attractions VAUDEVILLEBOSTON LADIES BAND ALL KINDS OF WILD ANIMALS LAST WEEK OF SEASON Admission to the Park Ten Cents Children Free BUCKINGHAM WEEK BSUNDAY Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday The Metropolitan Success BroadwayBurlesquers 4AndZjska Kelly and Davis character ccomedians Thompson and Green music masters Rosale clever comedienne Salina and Vouletti premier dancers RELGANS 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 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Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Cornw Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFMCX- Ho Sll Fourth Ave j GA JDisaC- MMM l Ajmit ionfarUte K- yWARRJIXNCHG P4WM f DKPPB AG P A- CINC1NNATI Q n n 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Hibernians Preparing For a Big Initiation Next Month Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians of Jeffersonville held a spirited and interesting meeting at their hall Tuesday night when it was determined that all members should make effort to secure as many applications as possible during September with a view to having a grand initiation next month when the Louisville degree teams will be invited to exemplify the new ritual This divis ion has now over one hundred members and during the next few months an earnest endeavor will be made to increase the number to 150 The application of Mart S Kessler was received and referred to the membership committee Barney Connolly a member who has been ill for a mouth was re ported improving The fifiaY report of the committee having in charge the late picnic will be made at the next meeting The division received and accepted an invitation from the Jetfersonville Elks to participate in their fall festival and car nivalSeveral matters of interest were dis cussed upon which final action was post poned till the next meeting which promises to be the most exciting held this year ANNOUNCEMENT I The grand reunion picnic of the Irish American Society and their friends will take place Thursday afternoon and night at Riverview Park There will be plenty of amusements and a jolly good time for all FASHIONS FOIBLES From Paris come rumors ofa velvet season but the report may echo the manufacturers wish rather than the dressmakers probability Lightweight cloth is perhaps the safest and most satisfactory investment for the shopper in search of a fall gown and the cloths that are being shown in the shops are even lighter and more pliable than those of last season The weather does not encourage talk of furs yet this is the time when the furriers show their new models and the fur busi ness begins to boom w Especially if one wants furs made over now is the ac cepted time Later the furriers will be too busy to do the work quickly Some of the new greens are very beautiful and the emerald green that was in vogue in Paris and London last winter but found little favor here will return to the charge The browns are seen in all the accustomed shades though many of the tints that seem quite familiar bear new and startling names The blues are in evidence in the fall goods as they have been all summer and from hyacinth down to deepest navy will be much worn There is a rumor however that blue has been overdone and that the greens are to have their inning but such a rumor is practically perennial and yet the blues hold their ownRed is to be much used in trimming the vivid reds that is but so far few red materials are shown for autumn wear Black is as always in great demand and with a touch of white and Persian coloring is perhaps as desirable as anything one could buy for a tideover gown provided it is becoming and sufficiently youthfulThere are charming opportunities for makeovers this season if one has an oldfashioned long fur cloak or cape Of course the luxurious long fur garments will be the height of elegance but the short blouse coats will be in their way quite as swell and are being trimmed in heavy laces and embroideries in ravish ing fashion The grays are lovely of Course but in their most charming shades are too light for street wear in the autumn and would better be reserved for later house and carriage use The same is true of all the wonderful delicate shades in cloth which are bound to be the swell thing for dress during the winter elbowing silk quite aside The stitched white felt hat trimmed with a blank quill worn with this cop per gown is8 hint of the autumn fads White felt hats trimmed in black are if French milliners are not false prophets to be preeminently the swell thing in headgear for early fall sod possibly throughout the winter The fashion seems a rational one Jet seems likely to have another day of power and jetted roses and trimming both in spangle and bead work are amoug the handsomest and most ex pensive of the new seasons novelties The prolonged reign Of all black and white probably accounts for this flood of jet and women should welcome it grace fully for few trimmings ate more effective or more becoming No color should be selected with more care than brown despite the absurd and timehonored tradition that any one can wear brown Bide and even green are much safer propositions for the average woman The wrong shade of brown can effectually take theHcht qut of hair and eyes and make a sallow complexion look iU wont On the other Hand brown cAn brtoft out all the light in brown hair and eyes and tone down a aallow cam plerlon 0- n r t n IMPOSING SERVICES Mark the Anniversary of Rev Father Bax at St Johns Last Sunday was the fortyfifth anni versary of the pastorate of the Very Reverend Father Lawrence Bax at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets and was the occasion of most imposing ceremonies The altars were beautifully decorated with cut flowers and potted plants and myriads of lights shed their brilliancy over the sanctuary Long be fore the hour for the high mass the edi fice was crowded with those who had learned to love their aged and zealous pastorFather Bar was the celebrant of the high mass Father Melody being the deacon Rev Father Deppen ascended the pulpit and after reading the gospel of the day delivered a very able die course in which he referred in feeling and complimentary manner to the long and devoted services of the venerable celebrant of the mass who will shortly celebrate the golden jubilee of his or dination to the priesthood He also spoke of the progress and prosperity of the parish and church which had been steadyand harmonious Among the audience were large num bers who had been baptized and after ward married by Father flax and whose children expect him to officiate in like manner for them Miss Veeneman the talented organist had arranged a special musical programme which was splen didly rendered by the excellent chqir acknowledged to be one of the best in the city RECENT DEATHS Mrs Alice Shea widow of the late John Shea departed this life at her home East Fifth street New Albany at a late hour Friday night She was sixty five years old and had long been a mem ber of Holy Trinity church where her funeral took place last Sunday The funeral of Robert Lechleiter Sr took place Monday morning from St Peters church and the grief felt over his death by his wide circle of friends was manifested by the large attendance at the solemn obsequies His remains were interred in St Michaels cemetery The last sad rites over the remains of Mrs Maggie Davern aged fortyfive years were held at the Cathedral Sunday afternoon She was the widow of the late John Davern and for some time past hadresided on Fifth street near the river Her death is mourned by a large number of friends The death of Thomas Thompson at his residence on East Caldwell street came as a great shock to his many friends as he had only been sick for several days The deceasedwas a brotherinlaw of John Score Secretary of the Catholic Knights of America and leaves a wife aridone child The funeral took place from the residence Thursday afternoon at 230 oclock The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery SCHLEYS IRISH LAWYER Albert H OBrien a prominent mem ber of the Philadelphia bar has been called as assistant counsel for Rear Admiral Schley in the coming investi gation at Washington During the late sixties he occupied tue post of judge advocate of the West Indian fleet and in 1869 was stationed at Annapolis where Schley was lieutenant commander A warm friendship developed there between them Mr OBrien resigned from the navy in 1875 to practice law in Phila delphia TRUE LADY A true lady may stand behind the counter be mistress in her own home or busy all day at a desk but no matter what her position in life is she never swerves and unconsciously she always impresses those who are around her with the fact of her gentleness and her sim plicity She gains her strength not from riches not from her high position not from great learning but from good common sense Any one of us may learn this if we will take a good model and copy it No lady is free and easy in her manners She does not however go to the other extreme and become stilted but she tends rather to quietness and to a slight reserve She does not become intimate with yon after twentyfour hours acquaintance put you in the place of a confidante in fortyeight hours and in a weeks time tire of you The lady knows you first merely as an ac quaintance and then if she finds you interesting or if she thinks she can in any way be of use to you she permits you to come gradually into her life and between you may grow up a friendship that may last through life even unto death Nothing is so positively injurious to a woman as the intense friendships that are born in an hour and die in almost as short a time They tend to foolish confidences and very often to actions that are regretted for ones lifetime A lady no matter how much she may like you you who are a pleasant acquaintance or a friend does not call you by your first name unless you ask her to She is wise enough to know that friendships are preserved by a little hedge of propriety that more friendships are killed by too much freedom than by too much regard for good manners It is the woman who is not a lady who tells other private life of her acquaintances dad of her pleasures for the benefit of an amused crowd BOYCOTT TO BE LIFTED William Jacobs i1entor the Cen specialMingnoon when the boycott totted again local parka a d gardenta will be lifted The President eipr UM the opinion that a mUtakc wee made which win now be remediedr t MOTHERS LOVE Some day When others braid your hick brown hair And drape your form in silk and lace When others call you dear and fair And hold your hands and kiss your face Youll not forget that far above All others is a mothersiove Some day Mong strangers in far distant lands In your new home beyond the sea When at you lips are baby hands And children playing at your knee 0 then as at your side they grow How I have loved you you will know Some day When you must feel loves heavy loss You will remember Other years When I too bent beneath the cross And mix my memory with thy tears In such dark hours be not afraid Within their shadow I have prayed a Some day Your daughters voice or smile or eyes My face will suddenly recall Then you will smile in sweet surprise And your soul unto mine will call In that dear unforgotton prayer Which we at evening used to share Some day A flower a song a wordmay be A link between us stroug and sweet Ah then dear child remember mel And let your heart toijmbther beat My love is with you everywhere You can not get beyond my prayer Some day At longest it can not be long- I shall with glad impatience wait Amid the glory and the song For you before the Golden Gate After deaths parting and earths pain Never to part Never again i A Caitfitional fiatnolic A FRESH AIR IDYLL Louis Cohen aged nine pale and slight was of the tribe of Aaron but the seal of his heritage was not stamped too heavily on his features In the block they sometimes called him sheeny and sometimes guinea f He took either without agitation One name was not much worse than another as long as you were likely to be called something any way And then he went and sat on the curbing and talked to Loretta Conners aged seven pale and slighter even than he In the chilly spring days it was Loret tas delight to have him make a fire of paper and chips in an old frying pan and let her go near enough to feel the glow on her blue cheeks Luis did not throw the sparks nor frighten her as the other boys did When it gotwarmer he played ball with her and threw the ball so easy that it did not hurt her thin little fingers to catch Sometimes lie let her go with him to deliver things foe his father and mother kept a clcnnlrigpnd dyeing shop Loretta had blue eyesand yery light hair and Louis with jjjfa mop of black curls thought her the nicest little girl in the block when she went to church on Sunday with her brother Jamesie It was about the only time that Loretta did look nice but Louis knew that was not her fault There were fiver other children in the three rooms where Loretta lived and her mother was nearly always at the neighbors while her father worked some times and more times he did not Loretta being the puniest was quieter than the rest So she ate her bit of dry bread and gnawed her soup bone when she had one and then slipped down to the street and waited for Louis One Sunday whew Loretta and her brother were going to church Louis walked along with them Ah gwan Said Jamesie Shes me sisterLouis fell back a little pondering upon this evidently superior claim Then alight dawned on hinrand he said Well when Im big Im goin to marry her Ah gwan said Jamesie scornfully Youse is all sbeenies Lorettas a Catlic Ye cant Loretta walked on silently beside he brother and said nothing She was only seven and in the meantime no one threatened her for playing with Louis Louis fell back again When begott to the church he was so curious as to the mysterious thing which gave Jamesl- such right to scorn Ills devotion to Lo retta that he went timidly inside to see what could be seen He watched the people a few moments and then bending his knee as he saw the others do he went into a seat It was the childrens mass and what with their voices singing the lights and the pictures Louis was well enough pleased and he tried his best to do as he saw the others doing Truly iit did not seem so strange and unattainable e to be a Catholic Meanwhile Loretta seemed to get punier every day as the slim grew hotter and hotter and the pavements felt more and more like the tops of bake livens Some nights she slept out OH the fire escape but even that did not help And then her mother said I guess Ill have to try to get Loretta in thatPresh Air place Ill go and see FatherTierney Loratta did not mind all this talk very much for her mother often said she was going to do things but rarely did them Dirt this time she really went When she came back she told Loretta that she would have to makeher ready to go in two days Then Loretta set up a sobbing aadhermother told her to get out that she couldnt be bothered with the likes of her blathering around when you were trying to do the best you could for them Loretta crept down stairs and told Louis She did not want to fie at all away into the hetlelfBut for you Loretta asked Louis remembering various references to the country and its benefits Loretta however had not risen to doing thing ah like to do be cause they were ett1JIOt All at once he would yoa iLtw Wioonk3 got ii i n Youse are all sheenies said Loretta hopelesslyI to church said Louis most every Sunday I can make de cross see But he made it with his left hand With the help of his own questions and what Loretta could tell him Louis managed to learn that you had to have a doctor look at your head and had to have your name put in a book that Father Tierney had And then somebody would meet the children and take them all to getherFear and tripidation were in Louis I heart when he went to Father Tierneys to be listed But there was a crowd of other children and the young curate who was taking down names was new in the parish and at the work Whats your name he asked Louis Conners Louis Conners repeated the curate as he wrote And where do you live Four hundred and three Twelfth streetDo you go to Sunday school Louis shook his head ruefully To mass Louis nodded Sometimes And the young curate made a memorandum that there was a family at 403 that needed looking after Next day when the children got out of the stages that had carried them the last distance to the mission the girls in one the boys in the other Louis was quick to find Loretta in the crowd of a hundred or more She clung to him so persist ently that the young woman who was taking a list of the girls asked Is she your little sister- I live in de block said Louis And the young woman knowing how these children cling to anything or anyone familiar in the city in this vast strange ness of the country J left them together for the time The children were soon rounded up however in their respective dormitories to be changed to the mission clothes and then given their noonday meal When Louis appeared in the regulation blue overalls and Loretta in the print apron they mustered each others appearance for dew minutes critically then Loretta laughed Pooh she said you look like a big man Whereupon Louis turned up the overalls at the bottom to give them the semblance of shortness that belongs to a boys breeches They were both in their bare feet and sat down on the grass caressing its cool smoothness with their naked soles for the first time in their lives Suddenly Loretta jumped up towards something like a bright yellow flower on the grass but it rose and flew away Just as she was about to exclaim over the strangeness of this the young priest in charge de Fader as the children called him came out and began to explain the conditions of the place to the children He pointed out that the boys were to play on the west side the girls on the east and the graveled path that led to the beachwas the dividing line Louis got up and crossed over to the boys side Cycles of obedience to the law native and alien ltad lefttheir trace in his blood He followed the letter at least unquestioningly but on the other side of the path he stopped Loretta had gone after him to the path and there she stopped And then they sat down one on each side- I wonder said Loretta ifde babys cryin now Annie can take care of it said Louis consolingly Seef I can hit that leaf and he flicked a bit of gravel towards the tree Presently they saw a scup that hung at the apex of the path empty It seemed on neutral ground and Lorettaran down and got in and Louis began to swing her Then one of the teachers came to explain that the swing belonged to the girls and Louis must go back to his own side So they went back to the opposite sides of the path again When the time came for the rosary and the angelus at six oclock the chit dren were gathered together oracles one of the trees In the niche formed by the division of its trunk stood a blue and white statue of the Blessed Virgin Here the children knelt in a semicircle facing the statue the boys still keeping to their eastr ern edge of the boys and Loretta crept in next to him on the edge of the girls In doing so she jostled a little girl already there out of place and the little girl had a big sister who immediately rose in de toethe disturbed center and the big sister subsided though she watched Louis vindictively during the prayers and be hold I he did the unparalleled thing he blessed himself with his left hand Later when Loretta was in her little bed and the utter dark of the country was outside underneath the great trees and worse yet its awful void of any sound she knew of children laughing or neigh bors talking or the clarg of the street car she began to cry with fear and the loss of Louis protecting presence She being among the littlest girls had been put into a small dormitory across the hall from the boys and her bed happened to stand near the door And presently a small figure in white panjamas stood at the dormitory entrance and whispered Whato the matter Loretta Im fraid Of what De thing II WhatMakin de noises Outin the trees a katydid chirped and a locust rasped Maybe it ud cum in an catch me Cant get in said Louis although his own heart thumped at the strange sounds and the fantastic things he saw in the faint light from the hall The monitor for the room was an older girl the very one with the little sister wayITheing LoretUs frightfulI whimper and the listrange sounds began to wall out loud elf Then some one said ITWfcttoJ go hone and thee whole room wwwjfti wailigchoruiThe monitor her authority and her sisterly fetmgi appealed to at the same time WM rowed into wrath at the disturbance 3 o Aw shut upshesatd to Loretta Youse always doin somethin Ill tell Miss McCabe on you boy makin everybody cry and comin over here with de goils Louis turned his face towards the dark ness from which her voice came and she caught the side light on his face You look like a Sheeny anyhow she went onmaliciouslyAt sobbed distressfully with the terror of discovery But Louis gentle and mild as he was broke out in toau oath of helpless anger There was no escape left now for in the time he WAsted swearing somebody had come up There was a fresh light and footsteps behind him and the voice of doom seemed to speak up and ask the monitor Whats the matter Lizzie He cum over here and she pointed at Louis and stopped trying to formu late the charge further Loretta was crying filled in Louis eagerly apologetic and feeling as if that were amply justifying- An he swared said Lizzie again An she called him a Sheeny piped an eager and frayloving voice out of the darkHuh said Lizzie he blesses him self wid de lef hand so he does Miss McCabe looked sharply at the boy at this Then she too caught his profile and the long slant of his velvety eyes So she decided to postpone a lecture glib from many deliveries on the evil of calling names She said insteadGo to sleep now children or you wont be ready for all the fun were going to have tomorrow Come along to Louis who was in a sea of astonishment at the mildness of the outcome Whats your name she askedwhen they were in the middle of the hull and she had turned up the light Oh yes she went on I remember for it was she who had asked him in the morning when he first came whether Loretta was his sisterDo speak English at home she added after a little No German All right Louis she said you go to bed Loretta will be quiet now I thinkThe next day passed and the next and Louis and Loretta were waxing happy in the baths and the games for which they were gradually learning to leave the path at times Then Louis was sent for to come into the fobidden territory where was the parlor and the visitors and teachers alone walked unbidden Father Tierney himself was there and Louis quick wit needed not much telling that the Father was onto him He had seen Louis parents and they hadexplained that they did not under stand that the boy was going to a Catho lie Fresh Air Mission nor could they think why he wanted to go there when there were others to which he could go Loretta wouldnt come without me whispered the boy and I tried to be CatlicWheres Loretta asked Father Tierney Louis darted to the side porch and came back with a little sobbing figure with pale tearbesmeared face one hand holding to Louis overall strap and he himself gently shoving her forwardwith his arm around her shoulder Both stood still in front of Father Tierney looking up helplessly and hopelessly utter culprits awaiting their doom too despairing to plead too used to mis fortune even to protest Father Tierney took off his glasses aud wiped them then he coughed several times I think he said turning to the President of the Society who was with him since he cant be here on account of the parish and since the society cant take him on its own account he might stay on mine and he patted Louis on the head The boy realizing with a sudden revul sion what the gesture and the tone meant followed some ancient instinct of expression and kissed Father Tierneys hand and then Loretta from habit of doing as Louis did kissed it also and the two trundled off together happier thus than any gift in the land could make themEugenie Ulrich in Donahoes ZENDA DANCING CLUB From present indications the dance to be given by the Zenda Dancing 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PROPRIETOR Telephone 884 248 West Jefferson Street e JOHN F OERTELBUTC- IIERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Co With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON TUB In aa ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky- FRANK J REED Gen ralTaw40gcr Agent lleaagtrwu C IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges On Tuesday a preliminary meeting was held at the Universary College Stephens Green at which it was resolved to estab lash a Dublin branch of the International I Catholic Society for the Protection of GirlsOn Tuesday the PanCeltic Congress 1On of the Celtic nationalities of Ireland Scotland Wales Brittany and Manxland was opened in Dublin There was a reception at the Mansion House and a procession through the streets to the Antient Concert rooms where the congress took place Lord Castletown who presided delivered the inaugural addressWhile assisting to harness a young horse to a cart at the last Fuerty fair a farmer named Dernic who resides at Ballygar was knocked down one of the wheels passing over his body He was conveyed to the County Infirmary at Ros common where despite every possible attention from the house surgeon he succumbed to his injuries on Sunday morning He leaves a wife and large familyOn Saturday morning Private Walter Campbell while on sentry duty at Marl borough barracks noticed a man lying on the footway at Blackhorse lane He called the guard and the police were also summoned The man was conveyed in the military ambulance to the Richmond Hospital where on examination he was found Co be dead The deceasedwho was identified as John Maloney aged twentynine vears of 17 Summer Hill had been suffering from consumption At the Thurles petty sessions a young man named Michael Mooney of Clareeu was fined 10 and costs for assault and having a military uniform in his pos session It was charged that at Moyalifle County Tipperary he did unlawfully as sault and threaten to take the lives of Patrick Cody and James Cody by being one of a party of six persons who at tacked and threw stones at the Codys when driving along the public road The courthouse was packed to overflowing and from the evidence it appears the attacked parties are looked upon as grab bersThe adjourned charge against ten Cauiolin men of having taken part in an unlawful assembly for the purpose of de molishing an evangelistic hut erected near the priests residence at Camolin was heard at Ferns on P6iuay before Mr Meldon R MMr Bolger and Mr DoininicV Murphy local Magistrates sat rtbe bench but Meldon insisted upon adjudicating in the case alone stating that he alone had taken the original in formations upon which the warrant had been issued and that he had already heard the case The defendants were re turned for trial The Rev Mr Winter Protestant rector of Philipstown came by his death on Monday evening in a very simple way which caused great regret and con sternation among the inhabitants of the town It appears he was driving home from prayers to his residence in Bally common and when about half a mile out side the town he let the reins fall out of his hands and in reaching for them he overbalanced himself and fell out of the car his head coming against the road causing fracture of the skull His sister inlaw Miss Hunt who was driving with him immediately galloped the horse back for Dr Ryan but as death was ala most instantaneous medical skill was of no use The sad occurrence is very much regretted as the deceased gentleman was very popular with all classes East Cork the gallant constituency of one of our worthiest members of Parliament Capt Donelan is awake and within the next few weeks we may ex pect to hear its voice ring out in no un certain tones Recently a large and representative meeting of the United Irish League executive of the division was held at Midletun and it was decided to hold public meetings in support of the national cause throughout the constitu ency Capt Donelan and several other members of Parliament will be invited to attend and little doubt can be entertained but that as a result this large and impor tant district will be thoroughly organized East Cork has always been to the front in the fight for freedom and it is not going to surrender its honorable position to any other part of Ireland in the pres ent great struggle An inquest was held on Monday at Lurgan College to inquire into the death ofa boy named Eric Aubrey Robinson agedsixteen years whose parents reside in Belfast and who at the time of his death was a resident pupil in Lurgan College From the evidence it appears that the headmaster who was away on business at Belfast left the boys in charge of one of the masters named Tombe Tombe accompanied by Robin son and two other pupils went to Lough Neagh which is only a short distance from the college to bathe Young Rob inson and one of the other Boys named Cowan were swimming about the cut about twenty yards from the master and the other boy whose name is Henry Popplewell Cowan heard Robinson call him by his name and on turning round saw Robinson struggling to free himself of some weeds in which his foot had got entangled He Cowan swam toward him and caught him by the hand but as he was in immediate danger of losing his own life as he was being pulled under neath the water by both the drowning boy and the weeds he had to release Rotlusons hand This occurred a second time and on Robinson going down the third time he Cowan shouted to the- nwrter that Robinson was drowned and i e tee who was ia a shallow part of Ute Lough walked out toward them for a distance of about five yarde Tombe then went for a boat aud assisted by a ighterinatt named eunyson recovered tin lade after it bad been in tfce Water J l- J Y c injaboutwaterINews was received at CarrickonShan non bn Monday evening to the effect that a tragedy of a very peculiar nature oc curred at a place called Coratcriff near Mohill on the previous night and which resulted in the death of a welltodo farmer named James Bohan aged about fiftyfive years and over which two young men named respectively Willliam Faughuan and Patrick Colreavy were arrested It would appear that a number of young men among whom were the two above mentioned had a row near Bohans house and the deceased man in terfered anal advised all to go peacefully home As he did so Colreavy said to him that he had broken the windows of his Bohans house before and that he could do so again Bohan replied that he would not allow him to do it where upon Faughnan it is alleged deliberately lifted a stone of about two and a half pounds weight and shied it at Bohan striking him in the region of the heart and knoclflng him down Bohan be came unconscious on the moment and died in a couple of minutes afterward before the doctor or priest could reach him At the inquest which was heldat the house of the deceased the doctor found as the result of a postmortem ex amination that the fifth rib on the left side was broken and that the breast on the same side was depressed There was also ruptureI of the heart which the doctors say was the cause of death The jury found the following verdict We find that death was due to accident raused by violence alleged to have been inflicted by William Faughnan and that deceased died from rupture of the heart On Sunday night last a party of Gaelic Leaguers from Keady were attacked at Ballyards cross roads on the road from Armagh to Keady by a mob of Orange blackguards The Leaguers who num bered about one hundred and fifty left Keady to attend the great Feis at Omeath They were on brakes and cars and Were accompanied by some priests and Christian Brothers They were ale lowed to pass through Ballyards without any annoyance in the morning but on returning at about 10 oclock at night the last portion of the excursion which was some distance behind the main body was made the subject of a most cowardly and villainous Attack by a number of Orange roughs who had congregated there Large stones were hurled at them in the most merciless fashion andshots were also fired by the mob The driver of one of the ears received a severe cut in the head and several other excursion ists were struck severely on the body with the stones The injured car driver was medically attended to by Dr Dor man on reaching Keady Had it not been for the fact that the drivers whipped on the horses for all they were worth the Leaguers would have been completely at the mercy offtbe savage mob and would have received very rough treat ment indeed Some of the excursionists who were coming on later were obliged to return tq Armagh and stay there all night Everytfiing points to the fact that this ruthlessl attack was premedi tated and it is poly another example of the characteristic cowardice of the Orange roughs that many of those attacked were women and children NOWLOOK OUT Strong Derrfocratlc Campaign Committee Named This Week The Democratic City and County Com mittee met Wednesday night and named its Campaign Committee who will con duct the canvass preceding the coming election The committee appointed will inspire confidence among the rank and file being composed as it is of citizens of the highest standing and integrity The full committee follows First wardJphn C Day SecondwardJoseph Herrmann Third wardpro M K Allen FourthwardDr Albert A Deig Fifth wardWilliam L Lyons Sixth wardJohn H Weller Seventh wardsA E Richards Eighth ward George O Doll Ninth wardWeJ Baird Tenth ward Adam Stumpf Eleventh war Edward J OBrien Twelfth wardJohn J Schulten CountyEdward Monahan First Magisterial districtEdward J Monahan Second Magisterial district John B LongrThird Magisterial district Spencer Minor Fourth Magisterial districtLee Arbe gust An Executive Committee was also ap pointed from the Campaign Committee and is made tiP of William L Lyons Chairman Joseph Herrmann Dr M K Allen John If Weller and John J Schulten Allen E Smith was chosen Secretary of the Canipaig Committee The foregoing willprosecute a vigorous canvass of the entire city leaving noth ing undone tli t will bring out a full registration ofIi Democratic voters and insure victory iii November i ZOOS LAST WEEK I Next week will witness the close of the Zoos aummerseason for which Man ager Sheehan has arranged bill that all lovers of high class vaudeville will find to their likingone that should draw large crowds The last display of fire works wan given last night but new attractions will take their place Manager Sheehan has won high praise from Louisville amusemeM lovers during his stay here His uniform courtesy and gen tlemanly conduct made him hosts of friends who will be glad to know that he has been eagag sd to manage this popular resort next MM M John McGuire node a big kite pa it week his singing delighting all wh i beardhim This young QUIll gives ar n 9h promland his West End friend ire turning out in large number to encourage him u fi HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOerieral- News Notes The New Albany Division meets next Thursday night The past three weeks have been un usually quiet in Hibernian circles Division 5 of Providence will hold a fair in September for which a committee of ten has been appointed The next meeting of Division 1 of Jef fersonville will be a lively one and a full attendance may be looked for When will Mike Sweeney be initiated His Hibernian friends are awaiting the event with considerable interest The Hibernians of Providence are elated over the changes in their hall which has been so transformed that one would hardly recognize the old place Jeffersonville Hibernians made a fine showing in the Labor day parade though the number that turned out did not represent the full strength of their division State Secretary James Coleman left Tuesday for a two weeks stay at Pe toskey Mich where he expects to escape the hay fever that is now developing herePresident Keating has ruled that initia tions must be conducted under the new ritual This does not require the small divisions to procure all the paraphernalia at onceBeginning Tuesday night all the divi sipns meet in regular order There should be a good attendance as several matters of great interest will require immediate action Many are wondering why the County Board has not given one of its splendid summer entertainments County Presi dent Keenan and the Board of Directors will give their decision very soon It is likely that a large class will be initiated this month when the new ritual will again be exemplified A number of outoftown Hibernians contemplate wit nessing the work of the degree teams before procuring their paraphernalia- The Hibernians of Southern Indiana will endeavor to elect James OHara of New Albany State Secretary at the next convention The Floyd County Secre tary is well qualified for the position and we hope to see him secure the deserved honorDivision 3 has settled the hall question Hereafter business meetings will be held on the first Monday of each month at its present hall Nineteenth and Portland avenue the social sessions taking place at Hibernian Hall on the third Monday nights during the season The enter tainments given by this division last sea son were very interesting but President Cavanaugh and Denny Coleman predict a more brilliant series for the coming winter FATHER OGRADY Writes From Paris That His Health Has Greatly Improved Rev Joseph A OGrady the beloved rector of St Aloysius church this city writes friends from Paris that his health is improving although his nervous sys tem is not entirely settled After leaving Paris the reverend gentleman proceeded to Lourdes in the South of France where thousands of people assemble yearly from all parts of the world to have cures ef fected arriving there before the Feast of the Assumption August 15 with hopes to gay mass on the spot where the Blessed Mother appeared and to bathe in the water that sprung up miraculously out of the dry earth and is ever since running From there Father OGrady goes to Marseilles thence to Genoa Pisa leg horn Venice Florence Milan Rome and Naples and from Naples takes ship ping and crosses the Mediterranean thence through Gibraltar where he will make a stay of half a day and then move into the South Atlantic ocean and direct his course to England and Ireland Father OGrady has gone to Naples to see Vesuvius and Pompeii and the ruins left as a tale of the dire destruction wrought by that belching mountain in time long past The popular priest was compelled to take this trip for his health and hopes to be home again about the middle of October or first of November It is the sincere hope of all the members of St Aloysius parish and his many friends throughout the city that Father OGradys health may be fully restored and he be enabled to labor many more years in the Masters vineyard THEATRICALS There are many sensational features in Nobodys Claim all intermingled with laughable comedy scenes and numerous singing and dancing specialties This play will be presented next week at the Avenue by a splendid company that has- been highly praised for its work The AvenueI will give the usual matinees and Manager Shaw expects crowded houses The Broadway Bnrlesquers one of Edward Rushs most successful productions are underlined as the attraction at the Buckingham next week With the company will appear the celebrated European wonder worker Ziska the character comedians Kelly and Davis Ed Thompson and Mark Green the masters of music Rosalie the clever comedienne Salina and Vouletti the premier dancers and the comedy stars Burt and Howard The bill will include pleasing and startling burlesque participated ia by the entire company for whlcfcit4 staging will be more than prd M brilliant The vaudeville numbersrenew and up to date ProW couatteM sources usually esteemed infallible we are asmired that the wellloved bolero ia at last on the wane yet 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