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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t L IRISH AMERICANo VOLUME VIINO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS UNITED PEOPLE Ireland Has Entered Upon the Road to Peace and Prosperityo Hon Matt ODobcrtys Observations During His Trip Abroad r Visited London and Dublin Two of the Worlds Great Capitals 3n o HAD AUDIENCE WITH THE POPE Hon Matt ODoherty and wife arrived home Tuesday after spending three months in Europe both in excellent health They were honored by a special audience with the Holy Father while in Rome and were everywhere courteously received by high officials and prominent people Of the visit to London and t Dublin and his observations there Mr ODoherty said I have told a reporter of one of the daily papers somethingof what I noticed on the continent You would probably more like to have me tell you something of England and Ireland London has not and there is some room to doubt that y it ever had an equal It is in many respects the most wonderful city the world has ever known Its immensity simply overpowers the imagination It has doubled in size within the last half a century and now covers 122 square miles Its streets if laid end to end would easily reach from Liverpool to Louisville by way of New York It has a population of over six million souls We also learn indeed on the best of authority that there are in London more Scotsmen than in Aberdeen more Irish than in Dublin more Jews than in Pales tine and more Roman Catholics than in Rome Much has been said and written about the government of London and the condition of the great masses of teeming population When adverse criticism is made it is to be suspected that the critics do not always take into account the fact that no such stupendous problem as the government oL Londqn presentshas arisen elsewhere at least in modern times That there Is much poverty and degradation to be seen in London as we are so often told can not be denied but that London has more than what might be called its inevitable proportion taking into account its size and the fatality which seems to hang over so many every where in the race of life condemning them to poverty and wretchedness with their usual concomitants may well be doubtedTo unprejudiced mind the wonder 4 4appears not that there is so much but that in such a heterogenous mass of humanity there is apparently so little of poverty vice and wretchedness Until human society or perhaps human nature itself his undergone a complete revolu tion it must needs happen that where millions are contending in the race of life many must fall by the wayside- A mere tourist however has no need of moralizing The first thing that is likely to impress a stranger in London is the great kindness and good nature which appear to mark the every day manners of its people If he is riding through the city on the top of a buss as he is almost sure to be and wishes to know what this or that particular building is which has attracted his attention he has only to make his wish known and he will find from one to a half dozen readyand anxious to give him all the information he desires The buss drivers of London are without doubt as good natured polite and accommodating a set inIanswering questions and they seem bent on making you think that you have done them a favor when you call upon them for information If the buss drivers have any superiors in kindliness or po liteness they are to be found in the Lon don police You have only to address the London policeman when he at once takes a seemingly personal interest in giving or obtaining for you any informa tion you may need Every stranger in London is expected to visit Westminister Abbey London Bridge the Tower the Tower Bridge Hyde Park and a dozen other places of more or less interest About Westminlster Abbey volumes have been written Crowds of sightseers visit it daily Going through the great abbey and examing its monuments one can not help noticing what a strange medly if we may use the expression is presented to us here in the ranks of the distinguished dead Indeed without meaning to be irreverent it may be said that death as well as politics makes strange bedfellows The tombs of the Roman Catholic bishops arch bishops and abbots who once exercised their high offices within the sacred walls of its great abbey appear side by side with tbolleof bishops and arch bishops of the Established Church and with those of warriors statesmen poets novelists and explorers of a later liayA but of Longfellow and a tablet to James knNllttowcU are Mife to attract tatttendon of its American visitor The tomb of the beautiful but unfortunate Mary Qusnr of 9oat in the chapel of Henry Vn attracts ha ifull share at at I i v e P INNER COURT AND CLOISTER AT GETHSEMANI ABBEY I II t t tz N + 4 4 + mo tff = =tcntion Close to it on the wall of the chapel hangs a photograph copy of the warrant issued by her son James I for the removal of her body from Peter borough Cathedral to Westminister Ab bey The monument to her unnatural kinswoman Queen Elizabeth is in the north aisle of the same chapel It is en tirely appropriate that the memorial to Oliver Goldsmith over the entrance to the chapel of St Blaise should be close to the bust of Robert Burns It may well be questioned if two more genial and to each other congenial souls could be found among all those whose memory is here perpetuated That seeming eternal fitness of things which brings into such close association the author of the Deserted Village and of the Cotters Saturday night is not as we have notice always observed at Westminlster flSO much las been said and written about Dublin that I find it difficult to add anything new It is of course more interesting to men of Irish blood than all the other great cities of Europe put to gether It is a beautiful city Coming from Holy Head to Kingston a splendid view of the worldfamed Dublin bay is bad The Irish sea outside the bay is often very rough but fortunately the morning our steamer crossed over it was as calm and smooth as a lake The Hill of Howth is all and more than its admirers have painted it and the Wicklow mountains which line the horizon on the southwest as you enter the bay present a picture of unrivaled granduer and loveli ness Phoenix Park if not the finest is certainly one of the finest public parks in the world Great care is expended upon it Its avenues lawns and flower beds are the wonder and admiration of all Glasnevln is the pride not alone of citizens of Dublin but of all Irishmen It is indeed a national cemetery The tomb of OConnell where his body re poaes is by far the most imposing It is simply magnificent The tombs of Cur ran of Davis of Dr Cahill and other famous Irishmen attract crowds to the cemetery every Sunday I stood by the unmarked grave of James Clarence Man gan and by the monument erected to the memory of Allen Larkin and OBrien No monument has yet been placed over Parnells grave but it receives neverthe less as it should its full share of atten tion Fresh flowers may always be found there and these speak more eloque tly than marble could of the place he holds in the affection of the people There is a marked improvement in the condition of the masses of the people throughout Ireland The crops this sea son have been very good There is a spirit of hopefulness and of enterprise abroad in the land which promise well for the future The National League has set itself to the task of securing much needed change in the laws and it has Indita practically united people The kof Mr Russell u and others among tyorthcrn Presbyterians promises gnat retttlts in the near future The plrit of factfpn JIM been laid to rait J do not I think in the least overstate the case when I say that Ireland has at last and with firm tread entered upon the road that leads to peace and prosperity I have a lot more to tell you about Ireland which I am sure will interest you but I must reserve it for some future occasion BRILLIANT ASSEMBLY Music Hall Crowded With Friends of Volunteer Socials The euchre and dance of the Volunteer Socials at Music Hall Wednesday night was an unqualified social success over COO people being present notwithstanding the inclement weather For this affair the hall had been tastefully deco rated and when the time for the games arrived one hundred tables were occupied This additional success of the Volunteers is in great measure due to the efforts of their lady friends who chaperoned large parties and assisted as lady managers and gamekeepers those deserving special mention being Mrs James Gleason Mrs Dr Louis Brphring Mrs Ben Sandmann Mrs Lahood Karem Mrs Richard McGuire Mrs Mike Savage Mrs Robert Mitchell Mrs John Gleason Mrs James McBride Mrs James Dalton Misses Mary Mc Elliott Katie Foley Kate Gleason Lena Pescke and Lizzie Casteel For the Volunteers the best work among the gentlemen was done by Denny Gleason who labored unceas ingly for the past three weeks and was voted by the ladies the best soldier in the hunch The euchre lasted until 1030 oclock when the floor was cleared and the young people enjoyed a couple of hours dancing to the entrancing strain of Scallys union orchestra The prizes were sixteen in number and were cap tured by Misses Mayme Whittingham Mrs Albert Bosche Miss Mayme Sweeney Mrs John Tatani Miss TUlle Brekle Mrs James IcBride Miss Betty Bright Messrs John McDermott Robert Hegan Joseph Rickelman Ray Flana gan Neseff Michael John Sandmann William Faust and Tom Garvey Too much praise can not be given the Vol unteers for their excellent management of this affair who will use the handsome sum realized for worthy purposes BOYCOTT SETTLED The boycott declared some weeks ago against the Zoo and which was intended to affect the Wiedeman Brewing Com pany was raised by the Central Labor Union at a special meeting held Wednesday night This boycott was not recog nised by the stage bands bartenders r waiters or electricians employed there all of whom were union men President Jacob r Secretary Jane Loony and then declare the boycott was wajwt and shonkl have been defeated u uo o J BAZAR NOTES Spirited Meeting at St Francis Hall Last Sunday Night h Encouraging Reports of Work Being Done For the Orphans Committees Called to Hoot in Joint Conference Tomor row Evening THE LADIES ARE NOW ACTIVE Twelve of the twentyone Catholic churches were well represented at the general meeting held last Sunday night at St Francis Hall to hear reports and perfect further the arrangements for the grand bazar to be held next month at Liederkranz Hall for the benefit of the little orphans now quartered in the St Vincent Asylum on the Bardstown road President OBrien and the others were somewhat dissappointed when none responded for either St Aloysius St Brigids St Michaels St Mar Magda len St Pauls St Ceclliasi St Agnes St Georges or St Williams This was accounted for owing tfthe fact that somehow there was ft misunderstanding regarding the time c f the general meet ing though the time i nd place were cor rectly given in these i olumns Chairman Feely rep rted for the Ex ecutive Committee Chat a number of subcommittees had b n Instructed as to their duties but after i general discussion it was decided tocu a meeting of all said committees I instruction and conference whlcjwill take place tomorrow night at Stt Francis Hall at 8 dock Several of these committees he said have alread begun their work with encouraging remits He made several suggestions that were well received and hoped for more representative meet ings hereafter I Messrs ad Villiers from the Press made a very satis Kavanauf3kfactory tested a meeting with the ittees which was granted Rev Fathers Walsh Conniff and Rock representing Ibn clergy added interest to the proceedings by their remarks and the annoni+eewent that there was an unprecedented remand for the combination book particularly from St Patrick 8t Lpui Bertrandt and the Sacred Heart parishes Those who with to aeslat in thi part of the work are 0- ra invited to call at the Cathedral rectory where Father Rock has still some books for distribution John Silberg and John Coleman re ported for their respective committees It has been decided to have only one wheel in operation but each table and booth will have equal representation in the disposal of prizes Donations of all kinds were ordered received by the solicitors for the various churches and these will be disposed of in such manner that full credit will be given each President OBrien was instructed to secure a Corresponding Secretary and the pastors requested to notify their con gregations of the meetings Messrs James J Fitzgerald and Dan Murphy spoke for the bazar Several propositions are under consideration which will he first reported to the Executive Committee and then to the general meeting to be held Sunday night Sep tember 22 The following are the com mittees called to meet tomorrow night with the Executive Committee Press and PrintingBernard Kavan agh Thomas Walsh John Crotty John N Rees Thomas Leahy Charles Villier Combination Books John Stickler Mike Hill William Hume BoothsJames Curtitl Martin Kirwin DoorkeepersRichard Sohan John Riley Joseph Conklin James McBride Owen Keiran Floor Managers John Silberg John Barrett William Bohan John Doyle Larry Gatto Stephen Keely Edward Holloran Harry Veeneman WheelsAndy Kast Nic Bosler John Coleman Elijah J Mann Frank Mc Donogh Joseph Leezer Special Days EtcThomas Keenan Robert Watson Sid Raffo James J FitzgeraldPlans Dan F Murphy Henry Hoertz and Olligschlager It was also learned that the ladies are very active and it is probable that they will meet with the gentlemen in the near future A general Invitation is ex tended all persons interested in the suc cess of tbis bazar to assemble at the general meeting September 22 VISITING IN BOSTON Rev Father Thomas York rector of St Pauls church is spending a well earned vacation with friends and relatives in Bos ton where he is as popular as in Louisville ABOUT GETHSEMAN1 ABBY The picture in this issue presents one side showing the cloister at Gethseman abbey The inner court is an acre in size perfectly square and the cloister iis formed by a porch llke structure attached to the four walls The outside wall iis blade of movable weather boards on the order of a window shutter so it can be 1I opened in summer and closed in the winter The cloister is peed for all the pro cetttoni of the order being the pasway from one building to the other The a monks never speak in the cloister Should it be found that conversation was necessary they would have to go to a recess that is provided for On one side is found a set of painted raised figures of the stations of the cross The other three sides pre ornamented with various re ligious pictures and quotations from the Holy Bible HAPPY CROWD Enjoyed Themselves at the Irish Reunion at RIvervIew Despite the elements a happy and representative crowd of the IrishAmeri can people of this city had a most enjoy able time at the reunion given by theII IrishAmerican Society at Riverview I Park last Thursday night The dancing pavilion was thronged by young men and pretty girls who tripped the light fantastic till midnight The most pleasII ing feature was the performance of little Miss Josephine Byrne who aroused the people to a high pitch of enthusiasm by the graceful and artistic manner in which she danced an oldtime Irish jig to the air of the Irish Washerwoman recall ing to many the days of their youth and scenes in the Emerald Isle Notwith standing the misfortune of the two post ponements the reunion was very credit able though many who were expected did not attend Many are urging the society to soon give anoter of its winter entertainment USEFUL LIFE ENDED William McAuliffe an Old and Respected Citizen of Jofforsonvlllo His many friends in this city and Jeffersouville were stricken with sorrow when they learned the sad news of the death of William McAuliffe an old and respected resident of Jeffersonville who passed peacefully away Wednesday after noon after an illness of five weeks Hew a native of Ireland being born in Limerick about fiftyeight years ago but came to Kentucky when a small boy By thrift and strict integrity he amassed a snug fortune and won the esteem of all who knew him Four daughters Misses Mary Margaret Nora and Lillie McAu liffe survive him Mr McAuliffe was a brother otthe late Lieut McAuliffe of the local police force For many years be was an active worker for the Catholic Knights of America His funeral wasone of the largest and most imposing seen at St Augustines church for a long time Father OCpnuell was the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass and delivered a feeling sermon iin which he eulogized the life and many charitable ctaof the departedmen 4 MACKIN COUNCIL Dig Celebration of Its Eig Anniversary Last Tues day Night TwentyOne Young Mon Wore Initiated With Impres sive Ceremonies 4 Instructive Talks by Sam Bold rick Harry Swann andA John Barry FATHER MACKINS MEMORY HONORED Last Tuesday night there gathered In St Anthonys Hall the finest body of Catholic young men that ever assembled in this city several hundred being present r to do honor to the Young Mens In stitute and celebrate the eighth anniversary of Mackin Council For some weeks past the membership and entertainment committees had worked indefatigably to make this occasion a recordbreaker and all who witnessed the interesting proceedings can well testify to the success of their efforts Thirtyone new members had been secured of whom twentyone were present for initiation which at tracted a large number of visitors from Trinity and Satolli Councils President Dan Cunniff occupied the chair and beside him sat a number of clergymen who manifested much in terest in the proceedings and in their remarks before leaving complimented the representativewished the members success in the future Following the disposal of necessary business the candidates were prepared for the initiatory ceremonies by Messrs Charles Raidy and James Shelley of Mackin and Ben Hundof Trinity Council presidIng the duties and requirements ship Next the obligation i ively administered when Prl niff in well chosen remarks vj new men to the ranks of Mens Institute The na twentyone candidates urei Martin JrDugari Frank Bender Ben Saltenbrock EdmundJ Coleman Henry J Everslage George Everslage Henry Lichtefield Anthony Lichtefield Myles McDonough Edward Baker Albert W Gross Edward A Krakel Charles Klemenz Charles L Gramig Henry Droppelman George Lawless James Hines Frank D Schmidt Arthur Keagan Charles A Flood William M Higgins President Sullivan of Trinity Council extended a cordial invitation to all pres ent to be the guests of Trinity Council at the smoker to be given at the club house on East tray street Monday night which was unanimously accepted Mack ins members voting to meet at their home and visit Trinity in a body The more frequent exchange of visits was urged by a number of the speakers with good effect Under the head of good of the order Sam Boldrick and others were called upon and responded with short but pointed talks Mr Boldrick gave a brief history of the order during which he paid a glowing tribute to the revered Father Mackin after whom the council was named He conguatulated the coun cil upon its splendid record and the new members upon their good fortune ili being admitted Harry Swann Chairman of the Boar of Grand Directors was the next speake He explained fully the advantages coil ferred upon young men by the fratcrnt features of the institute not the least th benefits provided for the sick and unfor tunate His remarks were given close attention and elicited warm applause i John J Barry editor of the New Have Echo who organized Mackin Count and is now a member of the Supredj Board of Directors was given a roushfl reception With anxiety and pride m hadwatched the growth of the organiza tion and hoped that in the near future the membership would pass the 600 markOthers who made pleasing response were Robert J Hagan Charles Raidy Will OSullivan Ben Hundand Grand Secretary George Lautz James B Kell contributed much to the amusemento- the big audience by his rendition fj Schneiders Party and Frank turner sang a song causing roars of laughter upoJamesoj Mackin Council who conducted opening exercises upon its instil eight years ago to conduct the cli anniversary exercises of the most cessful meeting in the history of society which he did impressively aft a few well chosen but earnest words Ai were invited to remain an hour and pa take of the hospitality of the councili Light refreshments were served in abum ance and thoroughly enjoyed fine eiga being provided by Ben Sand The second degree was conferred ufl a select few but that there may pM feeling reference thereto is omitted ui the others are likewise honored Mf Council has set an example for ptj follow a live special committee M make a canvass for another larg candidates n Vv trueliY i1 u iAM Y A a KENTUCKY1 IRISH flMERIGflfl i IINIIIIINN11IINIII11N1 Bavofed to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans IX4X4IAl IMC HIGGINS txblihor iUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postoltlce as SecondClass Matter r IMienall Catna tcaIenitetbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West ORe Street tD Iry TRAD S tfi COU CIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1901 COWADLY ASSASSIN The shooting of President Mc Kinley particularly the manner in which it was done arouses the in dignation of every one but the cowardly reprobate and excites the sympathy of all for the stricken man and his invalid wife No political or other differences affect these expressions nor are they the impulse of the moment they are earnest and heartfelt As the President the attack on Mr Mc Kinley is regarded as an affront and blow at the American people as the man Mr McKinleys politics policies and acts as President are ignored and it is contemned a a cowardly and unprovoked attack upon a true generous and honor able man by a depraved wretch The latest news is that the Presi dent will recover to the great joy and thanksgiving of the people many of whom disagree with him politically but all of whom respect him as President and honor him as a man DEGENERATES ply of Herr Most an anar air to the claim of Czol he was a Pole and an s significant There are anarchists Poland is a tat o IC country ttIt developsI however that Czolgoszs claim is correct but he is what is generally known as a Russian Pole a degen erate and renegade set who too often have cast reproach upon the Poles whose whole record past and esent wherever found is that of a moral industrious honest and brave people The Russian Poles are descendants of those who be trayed God and country the off spring of traitors and spies who aided in the conquest and partition r of their country the imprisonment exile and slaughter of their fellow countrymen The Poles naturally are emphatic in their protest aganist having Czolgosz classed as of their race or being held responsible for the Russian Poles whom they dis own and scorn as enemies of God and country Neither should the Russians nor the Jews be held up to reproach because Emma Goldman the pre eptor of Czolgosz is a Russian ew another degenerate class repudiated and detested by Russian and Jew alike and a nuisance and menace to any community because bff their utter depravity and brutal hThe Poles Russians and Jews j are lawabiding industrious and progressive The Russian Poles and Russian Jews seem to be mongrels ot the type of the Mexican greasers who Sam Houston said possess All the bad qualities and none of the good of their ancestors These people are being driven not only from Russia but from every other civilized country except the United itejes and they have been coming in ship loads for years taking their abode in city slums with e criminal and degraded classes coming the nucleus and ally for anything lawless to gratify their Inbred hate of all authority and their desire to destroy and kill j hey and the I azaroni of Italy Ice degenerate and reprobate outs in their own country and out of their people to whom they reprpacli are the instigators trolling spirits of anarchy far more widespread in this country than the authorities seem disposed to admit NOT LAW It is hardly creditable to the judi cial ermine nor likely to foster respect for the courts for a Judge in instructing a grand jury to de liver a partisan harangue replete with bitterness charges and insinuations But as the Irishman said it isnt every man thats fit to be a Judge A grand jury is not ex pected to consider or even be in fluenced by political squabbles but to consider only the common good investigate violations of law and if evidence justifies it return indict ments that the accused may be brought to trial and the jurors should do this calmly dispassion ately and impartially as citizens not in a spirit of acrimony prompted or influenced by political bias as politicians The lives liberty and property of the people will indeed be in danger when politics are al lowed to enter the jury room and no one should know and guard against it more than the Judge on the bench The anarchists must go This seems to be the general verdict of the American people If under the law they can not be ousted and barred out of this country then enact effective laws In most civil ized countries the anarchists are treated as common outlaws and that they are nothing less The fact that other governments have failed to suppress anarchy is no argument that the American can not for results in other matters prove that the American succeeds where all others faildiplomat ically commercially and otherwise Under an agreement anarchists are treated as common outlaws excluded and banished from all civilized countries except England and the United States the last two countries being their refuge for the past several years Since the at tempt to assassinate the Prince of Wales English detectives are quietly ferreting out anarchists and driving them out of England to the only country now open to them the United Statesand they are flocking to this country It would be just like Uncle Sam now that he has started after the anarchists to round up and bag the whole tea party despite the fact that the other governments have been chasing them around the world for years Maggio wanted for complicity in the assasination of King Humbert has been caught by American detectives in New Mexico Italian and other Euro pean detectives let him slip through their fingers and have been hunting him for months In Donahues Magazine for this month there appears an able and carefully prepared article from the pen of Mr Edward Fitzpatrick of the Evening Times dealing with the part played by Irishmen and Catholics in the conquest of the Northwest Territory Mr Fitz patricks worth is fast becoming recognized by the leading period icals of the country and we hope to see them publish many more of his excellent articles The penalties for conspiracy toI murder assault with intent to kill or whatever meditated or attempted murder may be called are clearly inadequate One who conspires or attempts to murderis morally guilty of murder that he fails to murder is not his fault The penalties should be the same as for warder C ft MISS JULIA STUART AND MR CARL SERRLE They Will Assume the Lending Roles with This Seasons Temple Stock Company to be decreed in the discretion of the court or jury that try the case George L Wellington United States Senator from Maryland has been unanimously expelled by the BaltimoreJCJnion League for scur rilous reflections on President Mc Kinley when asked concerning the attempted assassination Now let the Maryland Legislature request the United States Senate to expel Wellington when it meets in De cember Two policemen Huessmann in Cincinnati nod Heppner in King ston N Ywere summarily dis missed from the police force for expressing approval of the shooting of President McKinley Certainly very proper actionone who ap proves attempted murder is hardly fit to be a guadian of the peace to protect the lives of the people The new salary ordinance should not have been adopted The plea of economy is not sustained in an ordinance that reduces some salaries and increases others and when a Republican Council increases the pay of Republican officials and re duces the pay of Democratic officials it looks more like partisanism than economy We extend to our friend Charles J OMalley our heartfelt sympathy in the bereavement he has sustained by the death of his venerated and saintly mother Mrs Lucina OMal ley who passed into eternal rest Thursday night- Kitchener does not report the general surrender of the Boers as antidpated and September 15 is at hand CALLED TO BOSTON Father Murphy Receives Sad News of Death of Sister Rev Father Murphy pastor of the new St Williams church this city re ceived last Sunday the sad and unexpected news of the death of his sister Who resided at Boston Mass The be reaved priest left immediatly to be present at the funeral obsequies his place being taken by the Rev Father Boland The deceased was a young woman possessed of every Christian virtue and held in the highest esteem ia Irish and Catholic circles Father Murphy bas the heartfelt sympathy of nil bis Louisville friends in this MM bcrwivmtmt D SOCIDV i Misses Mary and Eleanor Simpson last week visited friends at Bardstown Mrs H C Hill and Miss Lena Hill of Horse Cave are visiting friends here Miss Fannie BelHcan has returned from Bardstown where she visited Mrs A J Esterle Miss Lelia Wells of this city was this week the guest of Mrs J H Mattingly at Bardstown Miss Elizabeth Bowden one of Russell villes society favorites will spend the winter in this city LRev Father McParland pastor of the Catholic church at Pewee Valley pent llast week in Chicago Miss Bessie Woqdson has returned from Versailles where she visited her sister Mrs Coleman Groves Mr E J Smith has returned to Chi cago after a three weeks visit with his parents in the West End Miss Agnes Dempsey has arrived at her home in Portland after a delightful so jouru at Rich Bend Springs Tenn Mrs J E McNamara of Marietta Ga was this week the guest of Mrs Ed ward Kingston East Chestnut street Misses Nell Sexton and LuBe Harris spent Wednesday visiting in New Al bany where they have many admirers Mrs Mary Hughes of Raywick Marion county is visiting her daughter Mrs John Woods 428 Twentyfifth stree t Miss Lucy Higgins leaves tomorrow for Lexington to enter the State College after spending her vacation at her home in this city V IMrs Pat HerfiSn and daughters have returned to WIc ita Kas after a most enjoyable visit with Barney Coll and wife in Jeffersonville I Miss Eliza Gon an who has been quite ill for some week rat her home on Cres cent Hill is repor ed as convalescent and steadily improvin Miss Mamie Dillon will return next week from an e ended Eastern trip where she has sec red the seasons latest novelties for her irons Mrs LiunleBal Hill and Mrs Eugene Blanford are hoe from Bardstown where they were t w guests of Jndge John Kelly and family Or a week Dun Laitys mnpy friends will be glad that he has almost entirely recovered from the illness which confined him for two weeks to his lone in Portland Miss Ella Condon and niece Miss Ella Agnes Dignan are home from Shelby villc where they joyed a pleasant with the family oljjoba Fitzgibbon sitII aYfMIClevelandmeet alter which be pea to Buffalo toI take in the ihAttMffam Exposition I o Mrs Joseph Seng who has been spending the summer with her father Dr Cor rigan at his country home on the Bards town road has returned to her home inI the Highlands Among the most attractive of the weeks visitors is Miss Nell Rooney a leader in Chicago society who is the guest of Mrs George Mulligan at the Louisville Hotel Rev Father Burke after spending several weeks in Colorado and the West returned last week to his charge in Paris where a cordial reception awaited him from people of all denominations Miss Annie McGill the Fourthstreet milliner who has been spending the summer in the European fashion centers arrived in New York the first of the week and is expected home today Tim OLeary returned last Friday from Bullitt county accompanied by his children Master Edward and Miss Han orah OLeary who have been enjoying a six weeks visit with their uncle Joseph Davis Mrs Joe Covington and son Will of Bowling Green and Miss Annie Ken nedy of Elizabethtown who spent last week with Mrs Wallace McKay 913 Fifth street returned to their homes Monday Misses Flora Menne and Ida Mae Esterle are home from Bardstown where they spent a pleasant week as the guests of Miss Julia Stocker The fair visitors were charmingly entertained by their pretty hostess Miss Mamie Whittingham a fair concave visitor from New Decatur Ala who has been the guest of Mrs Dave Welsh 032 Seventh street leaves for home next Wednesday much to the regret of the many friends she made while here Mrs Dr Charles Moir and son Louis accompanied by Miss Mamie Jacques left for London Ont Thursday evening where they will spend a month visiting relatives Before returning they will visit Niagra Palls and the PanAmerican Exposition Mrs John Tierney formerly of this city but now of St Louis left for her home last Sunday after a most enjoyable visit with Mike Callahan 1414 Seventh street Her husbands many friends will be pleased to learn that he has been very prosperous in the Mound City The legion of friends in this city of James Duffy will be sorry to learn that he has been quite sick at San Antonia Texas for the past two months suffering from an attack of malarial fever Mr Duffy who is a popular member of Mackin Council went to Texas about two years ago for his health which had improved wonderfully until within the past two months All who know him hope for his speedy recovery from his present illness Miss Lizzie Banet and Henry Roberts well known young people of Floyd county lad will be married at StI Marys of the Knobs on the morning of October 17 Nuptial high mass will be celebrated by the rector Rev Father Hilderbrand and there will be four atI tendant a brother of the bride who 4- e J resides at Kansas City being one of the number The happy couple will reside in New Albany where a cosy home is now being prepared for them Mrs William BrydonTompkins the charming wife of the Assistant Sheriff of Newark N J who has been spending the past month here with leer sisters Mrs John H Robinson and Mrs Tom McFarlandwill leave Monday for her home During her short stay she was shown much social attention and was the guest of honor at a number of delightful receptions The visitor is a fair young bride and the host of friends she made here deeply regret her departure Among the prettiest of last weeks weddings was that of Miss Ellen Curran a lovely Limerick girl and John Nally a popular employe of the Louis vine Nashville railroad The cere mony was solemnized at the Dominican church Rev Father Fowler pronouncing the words that made them one in the presence 6f a large number of their friends Upon leaving the church the happy pair were tendered reception at their new home on St Catherine street where they have gone to housekeeping They were the recipients of a number of useful and valuable presents Long life and happiness for them is the wish 01 their host of acquaintances One of the seasons most enjoyable reo ceptions was that given Wednesday night at the residence of Mr and Mrs Phil Hutti in honor of Miss Rose Bunning a pretty visitor from Downers Grove 111 who has won many admirers here During the evening lotto was indulged in handsome prizes being won by Misse Gena Hutti and Lizzie Keidel and Will Keidel and Hugh Higgins after which all were invited to partake of an elegant luncheon Those present were Misse Rose Bunning Lizzie Keidel Minnie Hibbit Lizzie Frick Gena Hutti Etta Lucas and Babe Hutti Messrs Will Keidel Charles Wursch Frank Burke Charles Parsons Garrard Appelgate J Cassilly and Hugh Higgins The marriage of Miss Mamie Boeswald and Alex Schwabenton which is an flounced to take place at St Charles Bor romeo church Tuesday afternoon Sep tember 17 will be of more than usual interest among the wide circle of friends of the contracting parties Their engage ment is the consummation of a quiet courtship which was well guarded until the invitations were issued last week The brideelect is the daughter of Charles Boeswald the grocer at Sixteenth and Walnut streets She is a thoroughly charming girt who has been quite popu lar in society circles for the past two sea sons After the ceremony which will be performed by Rev Charles P Raffo the happy pair will leave for Niagara PallsI and Buffalo making a short trip through Canada before their return when they will be at home to their friends at 2228 West Madison stree- tRECENT DEATHS Martin Purcell a well known resident of the West End whose death occurred Tuesday was buned Thursday morning from St Patricks church the solemn services being largely attended by mourning friends The funeral of Malachi Glenn an aged and respected resident of this city took place from the Dominican church with impressive services His death oc curred at his home on Twelfth street Saturday evening Mrs Theresa Crelier aged seventy years widow of Joseph Crelier passed away Monday afternoon at her home on Crop street death being due to infirmi ties incident to her advanced age The deceased was a member of St Patricks church and was held in high esteem by her relatives and acquaintances large numbers of whom attended the funeral services Wednesday morning With the setting of the sun last Sunday evening closed the earthy career of Mrs Catherine Foley after a useful and well spent life She was sixtysix years old and her death was due to her ad vanced age Mrs Foley was the mother of Officer Edward Stephens She was widely known and admired for her kindly disposition and many Christian virtues She was a devout communi cant of the Sacred Heart churchwhere Father Walsh celebrated the requiem mass over her remains The funeral was one of the largest witnessed for some time EUCHRE FOR LADIES On Monday evening September 30 the ladies of the city will have an oppor tunity of visiting and inspecting the new Hibernian Hall at Seventh and Market The Board of Managers have issued in vitations for that evening when the formal opening of the rooms to the fair sex will be celebrated with a euchre and reception So much has been said of the new hall that great interest is now arousedwhich insures a large number of visitors who will be treated In the good old Hibernian style- COMING NUPTIALS About the middle of October one of Limericks most beautiful and accom pushed young ladies will be led to the altar by a prominent young man of an adjoining State The announcement will come as a welcome surprise to the legion of friends of the young lady St Louts Bertranda church will lose one of its fairest daughters and an earnest worker We have been enjoined from making the names known at present PLEASANT SURPRISE A pleasant surprise awaits Rev Father Sheridan pastor of St Michaels upon his return from Europe During the past few weeks Father Erasmus and members of the congregation have had the rectory overhauled and refurnished and it now presents an entirely new and most cheer ful appearance His parishioners are delighted with the transformation effected and anxiously await his arrival which 81 looked for about the first of October A 1- n II3llH 8SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan GRogersRecording Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelrnn DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Gilles r pie Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615l West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Harry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentVice PresidentB A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERIOANSOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin WTarpeySecond l PlynnPinancialByrneTreasurerThomas Sergeant John Kenney Sentinel Timothy L- yonsSattrday Night Specials MENS SUITS toI Values 515 for 8lAnd other specials in Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goodsfor which see Friday afternoon papers We are closed ALL DAY Saturday to observe the holiday but will be open at night and these specials will be on sale from C to 11 onlySATURDAY NIGHT Levy Bros Third and Market Up Stairs Over Gaulish Woolen mils Store One Door Wet ot the DIx Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street- S Vperb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the citytt LOUIS Ar BUDDING D D Sr PROPRIETOR SCHUCK WYMAN SALOONPOOL and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Center Eighteenth and Walakt A place where you can get something good to eat day or night CHAS SCHUCK SIXTH AND WALNUT Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars Hot lunch day and night 1 w3m iwg g 3 NTUCKY IRISH Al u ixCAN i BUCKINGHAM WEEK 15SUNDAV Hatlneti Snnaiy Monday Wednesday Saturday 17 JM I3ARKnGJS Roof Garden Vaudeville Co 23Members Each a Star23 Behtnan Troupe Condon Trio Con stantine Sisters Lawrence and Harrington Sharp and Platt Weeson and Wl Hams Smart and Williams Mlle De Lieur Alf Holt Nellie Waters Charles Burkhart Zoa Mat- hewsKENWDOD 13ARITAKE PARK CARS VIA TtHRD STREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where You Get Something Good to Eat Fine 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ExpositionB- ig Four Route in connection with Lake Shore dtMichigan Southern and New York Oentral RR often the finest equipped train service at frequent intervals to Buffalo from South 4 West fE near President L Warren J Lynch Goal Pass Aft WPDtppe AapAC- lnctnnatL S1J GATES Gent Agent LouisvilleI BIG FOUR ROUTE TO- p j Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND AII POINTfl IN INDIANA and P MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and Rivera y citY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave o n m j Q1 OTOBp tiGeneral AgentsLouisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH GPA IVY P DEPPE A G P Ai1I CINCINNATI O n r r ULSTER BIGOTRY Cardinal Loguos Address nt1 Dedication of St Peters I Lurgan I Orniigo Intolerance Disgracing Ireland Before the Whole World Largo Numbers From the Surrounding Districts Witness Sacred Ceremonies VERY FINE PIECE OF ARCHITECTURE St Peters church at Lurgan wasI solemnly dedicated on Sunday August 25 by Most Rev Dr ONeill Bishop orI Dromore The ceremony was performed with the impressiveness which in Catholic countries marks the carrying out of sacred functions of a similar kind AnI additional interest was leut to the occa sion by the presence of his Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Armagh who kindly consented to preach the dedication sermon Large numbers of the faithful from the surrounding districts and even from places at a considerable distance thronged into the town in order to be present at the sacred ceremonies Many parts of the town were very taste fully and beautifully decorated Fes towns of flags spanned the streets at in tervals find mottoes were displayed expressive of welcome to the Cardinal Archbishop and to the recently conse crated Bishop of the diocese the Most Rev Dr ONeill Several of the houses too displayed some very pretty orna mentations The decorations in the vicinity of the church and the parochial house were on an artistically elaborate scale the presence of Venetian masts pretty arrangements of flags and draperies producing very pleasing spectacle The church is a magnificent piece of architectureShortly after the conclusion of the sacred ceremonies at St Peters his Emi nence Cardinal Logue drove to the Sacred Heart Convent where he was presented with an address of welcome in the school room On entering the building his Eminence was loudly cheered the audi ence rising to their feet The Rev Father McConville was moved to the chair and the whole of the clergy and a large bodyI of the congregation that assisted at the high mass were present John McNally read the address His Eminence on rising to reply to the address was loudly applauded then said Ladles of the parish of Lurgan it is a great pleasure to me upon this the occa sion of my first visit to receive this beautiful address which was read by Mr Mc Nally I say it is my first visit I passed Lurgan frequently and on one occasion I got a little way from the railway station to see a poor lady but I never got a sightI of the town of Lurgan before yesterday afternoon and I must say I regret now I did not know Lurgan sooner Of course I knew the people and met them often and I always liked to meet them and it is a delightful thing to find that the Catho lics of Lurgan had the spirit which I witnessed in the church here today They rallied round their parish priest and his predecessor and the parish priest before them and they have now to show to the world one of the most beautiful churches in Ireland and hence it was a great pleasure and indeed it was a duty on my part to come here today to contribute the littleI could to the success of the open ing of your church I was under a great debt of gratitude to the people of Lurgan I had some work to do in the matter of church building myself and when the people of Lurgan were called upon they did not turn a deaf ear to my appeal and as I told your parish priest I broke through the rule I made since I became an old man In my early days I was in the habit of preaching for any person who asked me and perhaps wished to be asked some times Young people have a little vanity and they like to get an op portunity of showing off but for years past I excused myself on the plea of old age and on the plea of being preached out Even the spider if he keeps on weaving his web for an indefinite time will exhaust his weaving powers and L have bad the same experience as regards preaching But when your parish priest asked me I said I can not refuse you I because when I called upon your people they stood to usf and even if I never preached again Ill come to the opening of your church applause One great pleasure I have in coming here today is to witness the magnificent display of zeal magnifiI mag nificent congregation that assembled in it today Another pleasure I have in coming here is because the people of Lurgan are a good hard working and hardheaded people going ahead not only in this world but I believe that those who belong to my side of the house are going ahead for the next world also They have industries here and employment for the people and they have prosperity to a great extent and there is just one thing they want which I wish they had in greater abund ance and that is peace That is just the one drawback in Lurgan One section of thin people at times take it Into their I head that they are obliged more or less to break the heads of another section the glory of God llaughter Well JorII ladies and gentlemen what suggested me to make these remarks is that about three or four weeks ago I had a letter from a good honest Presbyterian who bad passed most of his life in Vancouver Off course I know the young people know where Vancouver fsawayat the ex tremity of ue Kings+ dominions It was I a mottredifyihjr letter full of charity and1 patriotism and it was an appeal at the I l J same time It stated that Irishmen meet each other wheneverII were delighted to meet They never think of politics or difference in religion or anything except that they were Irish I men and brothers and he made an ape peal to me to try and establish a state of things here in the North of Ireland which he witnessed and witnessed with great satisfaction in Vancouver applause I was obliged to write back to him a very unsatisfactory letter I said My Dear Friend Your letter edifies me very much and there is not a word to which you give expression in your letter with which I do not agree thor oughly but it is a hopeless case here in the North of Ireland As long as we live we will fight and the question is whether we wont fight in the next world as well as in this laughter However 1 told him what is a fact that since I had any authority to speak to the people I always advised the people over whom I have influence myself to keep quiet and to bear like Christians with any annoyance they get and I told this good gentleman that as far as I was concerned I would try to use my influence with my people to keep quiet but there were elements outside my people that I halt uo controll over and not likely to have any control over and still I think that if the Catholic people take the advice I always give them it would contribute very much to put an eud to this state of strife which is a dis grace to the North of Ireland It is the most prosperous province in Ireland and at the same time the most disgraceful No doubt of it it is disgracing us before the whole world I remember one time I was traveling in the South of France and at the beautiful little city called Orange a gentleman got into the train Though midwinter that beautiful town was basking in bright sunshine and everything was happy and prosperous and everything was comfortable This gentlemau got into the carriage and we hada chat I asked him about the town He was enthusiastic about its beauties and I said Are you aware my dear friend we break each others heads over this town of Orange of yours He looked at me and thought I was not serious and he got a little touchy and thought I was trying to play with him until I explained that that was the town frouf which William of Orange took his title There is not a single Protestant in that whole town of Orange Well as I told that good gentleman that we were breaking each others heads about his town he got a little sulky and I ex plained I said Did you ever hear of tile Orangemen Yes said lie I read in the papers every year how they kill people in Belfast Well it is 3 sad state of things We are all Irish men and women and we ought all have a common interest in the welfare of the country We should give up this bicker ing and pull together for one object There is no reason if we differ in politics and religion why we should not live in good neighborhood friendship and amity with each other I know where I was brought up in Donegal there were few Protestants but the Protestants that were there were as good neighbors as could be found anywhere This is the one black spot on the character of Lur gar Apart from that it is a town in which everyone interested in the country would like to live You have your fac tories ajid your mills in which people are employed and I am perfectly sure that apart from the drawback I have men tioned the people are content All I can say in reply to your beautiful address is to thank you and the parishoners of Lurgan for their kindness to me and their good parish priest for the oppor tunity he gave me of coming here today and to wish you in the future every pros perity and advancement in manufacture advancement in trade advancement in farmingand advancement in everything that can make the people happy in this world aud above all advancement in those virtues that will make people happy not only in this world but in the world to come I am very thankful therefore for your beautiful address which I accept with the greatest pleasure CHEAP RATES Granted by All Railroads to the Interstate Fair The Louisville Interstate Fair Associa tion has succeeded in getting better rates to Louisville than ever before granted a fair association They embrace a larger territory and are extended for a longer period of time than is usual They cover all territory east of the Mississippi river south of the great lakes and as far east as Pittsburg In the South these rates cover all points east of the Mississippi and south of the Oho river within a radius of five hundred miles from Louis ville The attracting feature about the rate is that the tickets will be on sale the first three days of each week of the fair and final extension limit is granted until October 7 The Louisville Nashville Southern railway Illinois Central Louisville Henderson St Louis and Chesa peake Ohio have put in special rate of one fare for the round trip from all points in Kentucky which include such cities as Sbelbyvlllc Lawrenceburg Ver sailles Waddy Richmond Winchester Mount Sterling Lexington Paris Fal mouth Cynthiana Maysville Frankfort Midway Georgetown Williamstown Leitcbficld Beaver Dam Mayfield Fulton Princeton Paducab Greenville and intermediate points on all the lines There tickets will be sold September 23 to yi inclusive and September 30 to October inclusive and will have a final return limit of October 7 On September which has been set apart for Ten 127 day tickets will be sold from every in Tenaeseee to Louisville at one fare for the round trip good returning until October 7 The fair opens oa September 23 and closes October 5 Use lemon juice ia all uh sauces and tcVealieeof lemon with broiled fish r 0u IRELAND Record of the Melt Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Out of fiftytwo candidates for the post Robert MacDonald of Belfast has beenI elected Head Master olf Kingstown Tech nical School t The authorities have released John Sullivan who was tree times placed upon his trial for the murder of a fellow laborer named Clifford I I A serious fire occurred on Friday morn ing in a farm yard near Melrose and it is feared that three Irish harvest men have lost their lives in the flames At Thurles on Satt LdInamed Mary Carty and Margaret Purcell and Michael Loughnane their nephew were committed for trial charged with causing the death of James Brennan I At Wexford on Sunday teams representing I Dublin and Kilkenny counties I hurlIingI exciting one Kilkenny winning by point I oneII I Patrick and Francis OMeara were brought up in Limerick on remand on a charge of having stabbed Francis Kenny in the eye which hail to be removed Accused were committed for trial at the tAnce of the organ ization of the United Irish League was held on Sunday at Bellurgan County I Louth The principal speakers were Messrs T ODonnel i M P J CulH nane toP and Joseph Devlin Belfast St Peters church Lurgan was solemnly dedicated on Sunday by the Most Rev Dr ONeill Bishop of Dro more An eloquent Dedication sermon was preached by his Eminence Cardinal Logue to whom an address of welcome was subsequently presented by the people of Lurgan Under the auspices of the Dublin branch of the United Irish League a public meeting was held on Monday night in the Fitzwilliam ward in further ance of the national organization in the district Several prominent speakers in cluding Thomas ODpunell M P at tended and addressed the meeting A special court of petty sessions was held on Monday in f the courthouse Magberafelt at which nine men were brought up in custody charged with hav ing on August 15 at Coolshinney in the County Derry shot with intent to mur der Thomas Devlin Evidence having been given the case was adjourned- In connection with the forthcoming revision in Belfast a meeting of the Catholic Association was held on Mon day night in St Marys Hall Belfast under the Presidency 6f the Lord Bishop of Down and Connor There was an enormous attendance and the proceedings were marked by the greatest enthusiasm An inquest was held at Ballymena on Friday on the body of James Gordon Bai lie who died on Wednesday The de ceased bad been spraying potatoes on Mondayand Tuesday and medical evi dence went to show that death was due to poison absorbed from the spraying mixture A verdict was returned accord inglyAn inquest was held on Friday by the County Limerick Coroner on the body of James OGrady aged fiftyfive farmer who met his death oil Wednesday in a quarrel with another farmer named Will iam Coffey The jury found that death resulted from a vicious kick given by William Coffey and a verdict of man slaughter was entered against him Cof fey has not yet been arrested On Saturday Coroner Doyle held an inquest at Aughavannagh Hotel about eight miles from Aughrim relative to the death of John Wintefbottom who had beenmissing for over a week and whose body was found on Thursday evening on Aughavannagh mountain When found the man was quite naked decomposition had set in and the body had been apparently pecked by crows A verdict of death from exposure and heart disease was returned A shocking occurrence took place in New Ross on Friday a child being at tacked and eaten by hungry dogs A young child named McNamara was eat ing bread out of its hand when three hungry otter hounds rushed on it for the food it was eating and failing to secure iit turned on the child and eat it in the legs arms and neck Some young men hearing the screams of the child went to its assistance and beat away the attackin brutes The child is in the hospital and hardly expected to recover On Monday morning a specially convened meeting of the SHgo corporation ofjascertalnlngUle the correspondence which had passed between the Bishop of JElphiu and thei Mayor of Sligo over the hiring out rooms under corporate control to a theat rical company one of whose plays his Lordship has felt it his duty to condemn After a lengthened discussion a resolution was carried unanimously regretting that his Lordships request for a special meeting of the corporation to recon sider the matter last week had not been complied with We very much regret tto have to an nounce the death of Verjfc Rev William Daniel Murphy which pad event took place at the Franciscan House Wexford A native of Kilmannon County Wexfordr Father Murphy who hud attained the fine old age of sixtyeight years was a revered friar spending over thirty years inAthlone as guardian there Previous to going to Athlone he spent some yearsI inrWexford since November last HisI death though not quite unexpected i greatly regretted by everyone who hadi the pleasure of know jg him clergy and laity alike constabulary luquiwas held at Crusheeii last week by District InspectorsI Irwin altd Holmes on tfiargee against IJ t Constables Caven and Kearney stationed at the Sunnagh protection post The allegations were that they had been un necessarily absent from the post and also of being absent without leave and making false entries and there was a further charge against Constable Kear ney of disgraceful conduct at the post I The principal witness was Constable Coffey Caven admitted portion of the I charges The InspectorGenerals deci1I sion was received yesterday dismissing Caven who had a long service from the trans1ferringI another district On Thursday a serious fire broke out in a row of cottages that are situated on the Market Green Balbriggan and occu pied by families named Hagans and William Wylie old and respected native of the town The row was thatched and about 100 feet long The cause of the fire can not be found out The Hagans had just returned to work after dinner in their cottage and when they left the home all was right During the course of the blaze some narrow escapes were HlnkIwas working He was taken out by two men named Frank Ellis and Campbell and was uninjured and returned to work The damage done is considerable but is not insured On Thursday Constable Beirne of Rhode Station in the Kings county succumbed to terrible injuries received as the result of a cycling accident It appears that in July last Constable Beirne- I waS returning from Cloneygowau sports to his station and while descending steep bill the bicycle which he was rid ing became unmanageable and dashed against a stone wall about half way down the Constable receiving frightful injuries about the head and body The accident occurred in the evening but it was not until next morning that the unfortunate man was found lying uncon scious by the roadside He was removed immediately He only lingered on in great agony for sonic time and finally succumbed to his injuries Constable Beirne was well known through the Kings and Queens counties and Tipper ary as a cyclist and his premature demise is greatly regretted He was a native of the County Roscommou Written for Kentucky Irish American GOODBYE Goodbye dear friend =adieu God bless yon I fondly pray My heart will ever be with you Though Im going far away Twins are we in soul and heart Loves golden links are joinrd forever And though it may be friends must part Our kindred hearts Fate can not sever KATIE DON LEAVY Louisville Ky- AUSPICIOUS OPENING The opening of the new season at the Temple Theater on Monday September 23 will have as usual a social as well as dramantic interest It will be the begin ping of the fifth year of the Temples career under Col Mefferts able manage ment and from the present outlook promises to be more successful than any of its predecessors The initial play to be presented is Belasco and Mills famous Men and Women in which all the parts are great and has been selected with a view of showing to the public tbe ability of the superb company selected for this season The patrons of this popular house will hardly recognize it For some weeks past a large force have been busily engaged having remodeled refrescoed and repainted the entire in terior and with bright new carpets it now presents an entirely new and richer appearance throughout Col Meffert has decided to continue the vaudeville feature which proved so popular last season and has already secured a number of stars of national repute In this issue appears the pictures of the two leading stars of this seasons company Miss Julia Stuart and Carl Smith Serrle The former is regarded as one of the leading women on the stage today having starred for three seasons Two years ago she was the leading woman with the Dearborn stock company in Chicago and starred last season as Glory Quale in the No 1 Christian Company when she won un stinted praise from the most critical Serrle is well known on the stage last season playing the leading roles for tbe Hopkins Stock Company in Chicago He is capable of fine work and his advent here will be heartily welcomed by our theatergoers Col Meffert has also secured the services of Fred Thomson an agdirector of unusual ability and experi ence With Richard Mansfield Edward Sothern the Palmer Stock Company in New York and last year director at Pikes in Cincinnati the public anx iously awaits opportunity to show its appreciation of him The entire com pany has been chosen for its ability and morefpopular than ever HEALTH MUCH BETTER John M ONeill the well known real estate agent who some time ago went to Michigan has almost entirely regained his health and expects to reach home early next month This will be welcome news to his friends CATHOLIC KNIGHTS National Organizer Gorman is doing good work in Indiana He is about to establish a strong branch of the order at ElkhartIIEmbroidery in black and white will be popular with often ahint pf gold through the pattern Embroidery in the Persian or Oriental color will also be very chic and a dash of red will be effective when withsthe body of the waist It is said that the mousseline waists elaborately trimmed with handwork lace embroidery etc will be the smart est thing for wear with tailor coat and t skirt all through the winter 0- n ALARMINGP- resident McKinley Suffers n SluIcing Spell Early Fri slay Morning Physicians and Surgeons Were Hastily Summoned For Consultation I Universal Hope That Ho May Survive the Assassins Bullet THE ACT OF A COWARDLY DASTARD Just as we are going to press the alarm lug news comes from Buffalo that Presi dent McKinley the victim of a cowardly assassins dastardly bullet had experience a very severe sinking spell causing the greatest alarm and the hasty sum mons of all the attending surgeons and physicians Telegrams were at once forwarded to Vice President Roosevelt notifying him of the change for the worse in the Presidents condition and the fears that are entertained President McKinleys brother and the members of the Cabinet were also called The physicians however have not given up hope and the people of the nation are earnestly praying God to spare the life of their be loved chieftain Never was the American people so horrorstricken as on last Friday after noon when the news of the dastardly attempt upon the Presidents life was flashed over the wires from Buffalo Religion nationality politics all were forgotten and as one man all prayed that the assassins bullet might fail of its deadly purpose Every bit of news was waited with the greatest anxiety and the report that his recovery seemed imminent was the occasion for generalrejoicing Last Sunday prayers were offered in the Catholic churches by order of the Bishops that the Presidents life might be spared as they were in those of other denomina tions and during the past week there was a universal sentiment for setting apart a special day for services commemorating his escape from death The details of the awful deed are too well known to need repetition here but an incident worthy of mention is the heroic act of a brave Irish priest contained in the following dispatches from BuffaloOne of the heroes of today is Father Fitzgerald a doughty priest of San Fran cisco lIe put out a traducer of the stricken President as prettily as Pitt or Jeffries could have done it Tlie priest was eagerly reading a Newspaper bulletin on Main street and beside him stood a roughlooking customer Its a shame cried the man with an oath that Czolgosz didnt make a good job of it and finish him quick He didnt get any further The priest wheeled like a flash and landed a scien tific right hook where it would do the most goodon the point of the chin Down and out went the stranger and in a jiffy there was a crowd crying Lynch assertedhimselffoe Father Fitzgerald protected him till the crowd broke up The greatest indignation prevails that certain inmates of Soldiers Homes iin this country pensioned and supported by the Government have given expression to thoughts favorable to the assassin They should be summarily expelled as have others in the public sere vice whose sympathies were not with our nations ruler May God in infinite mercy spare Presi dent McKinleys life to the American people is the prayer of every Christian and right thinking citizen PERMANENT HEADQUARTERS The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America of this city have see cured St Marys Hall on Eighth street for permanent headquarters where business meetings hereafter will be held on the second Friday night of each month All branches are represented the business Interesting and delegates should notl miss the meetings GOES ON ROAD Frank C Latsch of 1605 Story avenue well known in the East End and a popu lar member of Trinity Council Y M L I will leave tonight for Chicago to accept oI position with the Dominion Publishing Company as traveling salesman His many Louisville friends wish him success though they will miss him fromI their midst r GENERAL INITIATION The County Board of the Ancientl Order of Hibernians have ordered aI general initiation for Sunday afternoon I September 29 when all the degrees willII be conferred on newlyelected candi dates All members of the order will notified to attend particularly those who have not received the two last degrees SECURED BIO CONTRACTS Patrick Bannon this week secured tw I contracts for two hundred carloads o r sewer pipe and vitrified brick The ma terial manufactured by his company has now a national reputation and the plants here give mauy mem employment His brick equals any made SPECIAL SINGING Miss Minnie Beuchel well known in musical circles and the possessor of a well trained and unusually sweet contralto voice has consented to sing at the services at St Williams church tomor row morning Miss Annie Median an 0 The AcknowledGed Standard of Ex cellence Quick Meal Gas RangesEv- ery one sold speaks for itself andone sells another QEHER SON 214 Market near Second WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICE J CALL UPON I Johit Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WIRES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM J FAHEYS EXCI JStHN B AHEY rop N E Cor Seventh and Mar Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephono 3O44A Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier How Brown Leghorns Lay Twelve hens and pullets laid 1233 eggs in 1899 Jan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May l 42 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 1 5 1 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec j 51 IllinoiS 66ntral li BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville flemphis A- 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Iai i Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool i I M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR 5 a telephone 384 248 West Jofferson Street IhM IMiw1 M t MO MIMi hi Mii IM 1lq Mt t1 IRa wf iMswi Mal MIMI JOHN F OBRTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14004404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE OwI mus b Iian ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passsttger Ascent Louisville Ky FJtA1fJC J REED General Piwnaer atG H ROCKW81A Traffic JUn f v WHMcDOKI President and Oeual Manager a n n WILLIAM OBRIEN Writes Important Letter to the National Directory of the League Suggestions Adoptednd Bound I to Have Results Far Reaching Everything in tho Nature of Political Demonstration to Bo Excluded REMEDY FOR DRAIN OF EMIGRATION At the last meeting of the National Directory of the United Irish League held in Dublin on Tuesday August 27 the following letter from Willian OBrien was submitted for consideration My Dear Redmond As I am particu larly anxious to be able to take part in welcoming you here next Sunday after the splendid work of the session I am warned not to face the excitement of a journey to Dublin this week Pray make my excuses to the directory I had intended to suggest to the directory that they should request you to proceed to America during the autumn to inform our IrishAmerican kindred of the pres ent position of the Irish cause in conjunc tion with Mr Davitt who has already dote such effective work I am sure the suggestion will have presented itself already to many members of the direc tory and I trust you may be able to see your way to comply with their request as the results will be I am certain tri umphantThere is another suggestion which I should like to submit for your considera tion and that of our colleagues of the directory You may have noticed a public letter in which I pointed out the disastrous failure of the Congested Dis tricts Board up to the present to cope with the question of more land and better land for the people in the West as des monstrated in their own report just published I have collected much fur ther evidence on the subject but it has occurred to me that the most satisfactory means of clearing up once for all any doubts as to how much can be done and ought to be done to supply the people with adequate holdings would be an investigation in situ by some public authority Failing some better sugges tion what I propose is that all the mem bers of Parliament for Connaught should be requested to act as a special committee for the purpose of visiting the various congested and grazing districts through out the province and taking evidence on the spot and that they should invite members of the Congested Districts Board to associate themselves with them in the inquiry or to participate to any extent they might deem proper in the work of eliciting the facts without as suming any responsibility for their reo port The number and place of sittings would be a matter for subsequent con sideration but broadly speaking the ground would be covered by visiting and taking evidence at Claremorris Cross molina and Westport for the County Mayo at Boyle and Roscommon Town for County Roscommon at Athenry Loughrea and Clifden for County Gal way at Dromahair or Mohill for County Leitriui and at Sligo and Dromore for County Sligo It is only driving through the depopulated plains extending from Ballinrobe Mayo Abbey and Balla on towards Newport in the County Mayo or through the thirty miles or so from Elphin and Strokestown to the south of Roscommon or from Headford and Tuam on to Athenry and Claregalway or Loughrea that the extent of land avail able can be in the least estimated aud these are the very districts which are persistently ignored by Chief Secretaries and other strangers in their trips to what are officially nicknamed the congested districts That is why I regard a visit in some detail to such neighborhoods as an essential portion of any useful investi gation The sittings of the committee should be of course strictly kept apart from anything in the nature of political demonstrations and their inquiries should be limited to a few such practical heads a- sFirstThe condition of the people and the extent of the demand for enlargement of holditgs and migration SecondThe extent of lands available for these purposes ThirdThe nature of the interests that impede the acquisition of such lands for redistribution among the people It would be of course open to land lords and graziers to be heard before the committee Mr Wyndham has more than once professed his anxiety to study this question with his own eyes andears on the spot If there could be no ques tion of adulatory addresses or petitions on such a visitation as I propose heII could at least make sure of being treated with courtesy by his Parlimentary colleagues c of not being compromised by Ii any partisan manifestation and of Being as free as air to question and cross examine and produce any evidence within his official cognizance Even if Mr Wyndham should be unwise enough toI decline such an opportunity of learning I for himself it does not follow that other J and even more influential members of the Congested Districts Board might not feel it their duty to avail themselves of the chance of measuring by an un answerable test the magnitude of this question and the unrivalled facilities that present themselves at this moment for its permanent settlement Any refusal of the Chief Secretary and the Con grated Districts Board however to take i part In such an investigation would carry its own moral The sittings of tt1eI meat of Coanftught committee arch M is here contemplated would focu theatJ D tention of the country upon this struggle for the preservation of the Western popu lation and would supply a very necessary body of information as to the immensity of the problem of which the World will have to bear so much in this winters agitation and next years legislation It must of course be clearly understood that the proposition here made does not involve any relaxation of the popular struggle against the grazing and land grabbing system nor on the other hand of the liberty of Wyndham to deal with the United Irish League as to him may seem fit The settlement of Connaught committee would simply amass informa tion which it ought to be equally the interest of both sides to have placed on record How to get the results embodied in an act of Parliament is quite another question and of course it is my deep and abiding conviction that the labors of any committee or Parliamentary party would be fruitless unless the United Irish League puts forth all the strength of its organization this winter to combat in des tail every landlord grazier and grabber and every accomplice of them in town or country who stand between the people and the rich inheritance which is run ning into wilderness under their eyes Apart from the limited and special work of the committee and its sittings there fore we could give no undertaking what ever to abate the determination of the peoples struggle nor of course require any from Mr Wyndham to abstain from whatever measures of prosecution or coercion may seem to him advisable to combat us In submitting the suggestion to the National Directory as the supreme authority in matters of National policy in the country I shall be only too happy if some better practical proposal for com mencing the struggle of the winter can be suggested in its place It seems to me at all events that some such investi gation would produce farreaching effects in strengthening the peoples position and determing the character of next years legislation I have proposed to limit the committee to the members for the constituencies of Connaught of whom I ant not one in order not to make the committee an unwieldy one and I do not think that able body of men would decline the duty arduous though it be if invited by the directory With warmest copgratulations and best wishes sincerely yours WIMIAM OBRIEN His suggestions were all approved and it was decided not to hold the annual convention until after the return of the National delegates from America DEPARTURE REGRETTED Expressions of Affection For Father Erasmus by St Michaels Rev Father Erasmus of the Passion ist order and a priest of national repute who has so ably filled the place of Rev Father Sheridan the beloved rector of St Michaels church in this city during the latters absence in Europe left the city Thursday night for Ryan Iowa where he will again enter upon his missionary duties During his brief stay at St Michaels he won the love and respect of every member of the congre gation and there was a general feeling of regret when it became known that the pleasant relationship was to be severed One of the most highly appreciated of the numerous testimonials received by him before his departure was the follow ing which is heartily shared in by those who have had the pleasure of knowing him while here LOUIsvILLE Sept 9 1901Rev erend and Dear Father Erasmus At a meeting of the Volunteer Social Club recently held it was announced that you were called away to another field of labor and would probably leave us dur ing the coming week Surrounded with difficulties on all sides we fully appreciate your noble efforts in behalf of St Michaels congregation and with one voice we tender you a vote of thanks accompanied with the heartfelt wish that God may grant you good health and strength to continue your good work in Ills service No matter where you may be hereafter placed be assured that you carry with you the good wishes of the people of St Michaels parish and that you will ever be remembered in their sacrifices and prayers Respectfully Tim COMMiTTee THEATRICALS In Barnes Roof Garden Vaudeville Company which will be the coming weeks attraction at the Buckingham Louisville theatergoers will have oppor tunity of witnessing what is meant by those terms of high class polite and bcstofall vaudeville but which is so very seldom realty seen Manager Barnes who directs the bookings of the great Roof Garden circuit of New York mid Chicago has selected for his com pany the verylqaders of the vaudeville profession and organized his company for a limited ti ur The bill comprises- twelve specialties and each may be des pended upon as the most notable repre sentative of its style of vaudeville Of the great number of artists presenting con densed comediei there are few who equall in style and eI ility the versatile enter tainers who will1 appear at the Bucking ham with the al eve company Musically there are none to compare with Nellie Waters the original delineator of negro and Irish melodies In the line of comedy and tbecrfatlofi laughter the Wilson family four hi number are unexcelled The Avenue ers an unusually strong attraction for text week when In a Womans Pow r will be seen here Ion the first time 1 heopening act takes place during a rece itkm at the house of the Chief ol the U rfted States Secret Service at Washington and this branch of the United State Gpv rnment is the prevail lug theme of pretentious production A full carload BJ lumdsome scenery and effecta lire XMJcpMMiry to the proper pro duction of the dram betide a company comprising Of4r twenty member j I l j N HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 received the application of William Linskey this week Remember the general initiation on Sunday afternoon September 29 Secretary Joe P McGinn reports every member of Division 4 in good standing The divisions of this city are making as satisfactory progress as any we hear of From reports in the Irish Standard the order seems very successful in Minne sotaNational Secretary Bree recently viII ited Canada on important business for the orderThe receipts of the recent Hibernian picnic at Milwaukee amounted to over 11000 New divisions are springing up in Montana where the order is in excellent conditionDont forget that the Jeffersonville Hibernians will have a lively meeting next Tuesday night The Hibernian Knights of Providence gave their fourth grand excursion of the season to Newport last Sunday The Ladies Auxiliary will soon have a new ritual It is now being printedand will be distributed in a few weeks The Hibernians of Montreal have suc ceeded in bringing about the study of the Irish language in the schools of that city Pat OHearns friends in Division 4 gave him a cordial reception Wednesday night upon his first appearance in the new hall Division 2 will hold an interesesting meeting next Thursday night which President Meehan says every member should attend Division b of Minneapolis held a wheel meeting last week that was largely at tended The Ladies Auxiliary served the refreshments President Tom Dolan utteredsome wise thoughts Tuesday night Were his suggestions put into effect the hall would hardly hold the crowds Division 4 was well represented at the dance of the Volunteers at Music Hall theIa good cause- President Hennessy has appointed Thomas Langan Joseph Woods and Thomas Callahan members of the Finance Committee of Division 4 They will heard from Division 4 has three members on the sick list Michael Sheehan William Bul ger and John Martin The latter has gone to Minnesota in hopes of being re stored to health County President Cronin of Boston has the great honor of presiding over the Suffolk County Board composed of the representatives of seventyfour well or ganized divisions Division 1 received the application of Martin Cleary and elected Thomas E Shannon and P J Callahan to membership Tuesday evening This should be the record of every meeting Hibernians all over the city regret the continued illness of James Rogers and John Kenney of Division 1 TTc hope is universal that they may soon be able to again be with their brothers Division 1 of Manchester enjoyed a very successful oldfashioned picnic on Wednesday at Lake Canoble N H A rare programme of sPorts boat racing and base ball were sources of pleasure The Hall Board is to be complimented upon the happy manner in which they will open the hall to the ladies The euchre ought to prove a pleasing affair and all should secure invitations for their mothers wives daughters and sweet heartsDennis Fleming the newly elected President of Division 2 of Manchester inaugurated his administration by pro posing twelve names for membership With such an interested officer the members can make the division the strongest in New Hampshire The natioual officers note with pleasure the splendid work now being done in almost every section of the country in the matter of organization The order is going forward in leaps and bounds and never before in its history was there such a unanimous awakening to our interests or such an enthusiastic desire among our people to enlist under the standard of the Ancient Order of Hibernian The regular meeting of the new Divis ion 18 of Providence was a record breaker says the Visitor The ball was crowded and keen interest was taken in all the proceedings from beginning to end There were fortyseven candidates for initiation and the work was admirably performed by the old degree team of Division 3 which has transferred its allegiance to the new organization An other large batch of candidates will be put through at the next meeting Each and every member of Division 1 knows that the meetings occur on the second and fourth Tuesday nights of each month as advertised in the directory in these columns Notices of meetings will be discontinued and absentees hereafter fined Every member owes it to himself and the division to attend at least one meeting a month otherwise they must be regarded as caring little for this grand Irish organization The cool weather is almost here and rousing meetings should be the rule- Thomas F Swords writes that Hiber nian Hall was filled with the members of Division 1 ol Nashville to witness the first 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