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N i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME VILNO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS H DUST TO DUST Remains of President McKinley Laid to Rest at Canton The Entire Nation Bowed iii Grief Over the Great Affliction f t The Feeling Utterances of Arch bishops Corrigan and Ireland ASSASSINS TRIAL SET FOR MONDAY President William McKinley suc cumbed to the assassins bullet at Buffalo morninglandcovery was cast in intense gloom and I grief Never before in this country was manifestations of sorrow more sincere or general The news that the President was dead came as a shock notwith standing that for hours previously the sad words were looked for Immediately messsages of sympathy began pouring inI from all parts of the world among the most feeling being that of the aged and glorious Holy Father Pope Leo who prayed an hour fpr the soul of the dead President The Holy Father wept with uncontrollable emotion and all audiences at the Vatican were suspended lIe also immediately cabled his condolences to Mrs McKin Icy I From every nation from high and low were received like messages and in all churches on Sunday special sermons were preached upon the horror of the crime and prayers offered for the soul of the assassins victim and the future wel fare of the Government By order of Right Rev Bishop McCloskey special prayers were recited throughout the dio cese on Sunday and Thursday The funeral rites began Monday morning at Buffalo from where the remains were transferred to Washington for the State funeral on Tuesday the services being most impressive and then taken to Canton the Presidents home where the Tat sad and solemn obsequies took place Thursday Thousands upon thou sands viewed the remainsin each of the three cities Federal State and civic bodies taking part in the last honors Tenderly and carefully the remains were laid away and now all hope the grief stricken wife may be able to survive her great affliction She had borne up remarkably well till Thursday but many fear she will not be able to long stand the severe strain she has just undergone as she was still in a somewhat enfeebled condition from her California illness The Presidents death was noted in all the Catholic churches of the country last Sunday The following letter was issued by Archbishop Corrigan of New York Unable previously on account of ab sence to express the horror of the whole diocese at a crime aimed at every citizen of this republic I now seize the first op portunity of testifying in union with our fellowcitizens our grief and sorrow in this unexpect and bitter bereavement It is sad to realize that in our beloved country where the people choose their own rulers such a crime as that which we deplore could have been possible and that too in a season of almost unex ampled prosperity saddest of all to feel the hand of an assassin has been raised against a Chief Magistrate whose per meal and civic virtues and whose most amiable character not only endeared him to all with whom he came in contact W but made him as these last few days have revealed almost the idol of the nation f While the prescriptions of the liturgy do not permit us to have official church services yet our whole hearts ascend in prayer to God for the welfare of our afflicted country and to those on whom rests the burden of its destinies As children of the church we are ever loyal to constituted authority and under no circumstances ought our fidelity to duty and loyalty to country be more pronounced or more earnest than in the hour of trial or adversity I therefore request you after high mass on every Sunday to recite with the people the Litany of the Saints that God in His mercy may looX graciously on the nation and drive far from it the dangerous and fatal principles whose consequences have today plunged the whole land Into sor rowLet us then reverend dear air be instant in prayer that this great sorrow which overwhelms usthe third of its kind within our memory may be the test to grieve and afflict our country and that our hearts being given to the keep lag of Gods commandments and the fear of enemies being removed our days by His protection may be peaceful I am reverend dear sir very faithfully yours MiCHABt AUGUSTINB Archbishop of New York The following the tribute of Arch- lliehopIreJaudton thedead identwho was hk intimate personal friend rhee Mon Well stay ahe BMMtn She haa lost her Chief Magfc WtR whom site loved no dearly in whom rdteso willingly reposed her pride Will lOfJu1e the mask worthy to Lira been the Preal a 0 A 4 l i INTERIOR OF THE MONKS CHURCH AT GETHSEMANI ABBEY FH+ ++N+ ++ H H t9 t tmt It tmmm + ttttHY h4 J i0ifci i 4J n dent of the Republic of the United States I knew him closely I esteemed him I loved him He was the true man honest pure of morals generous minded conscientious religious He was the noble citizen proud of being a son of the people brave on the battlefield in his coun trys peril zealous of his glory unswerv ing loyal to its honor and its interests He was the typical President of the republic large minded in his vision of the questions bearing upon the countrys fortune resolute in using his authority for what seemed to him its best weal ready as the leader ofa selfgoverning people to hearken to the popular voice and so far as principle and e permitted obey its behests even to the sacrifice of his personal view Political opponents differed from hi in matters of public policy they did not they could not mistrust the sincerity of his spirit of justice and patriotism William McKinley isnow dead stricken down by the hand of a vile assassin This makes the nations sor row double deep for to sorrow is added shame shame before her own eyes be fore those of the world that in this land of civil liberty there should have been found a man so overwhelmingly bad as to murder her President to murder him who served so well his fellowman t t murder him whq cherished so tenderly the free institutions of America shame that within her own borders the majesty of the republic should have been outraged and its name disgraced In our hour of sorrow we turn to the God of nations and commend to Him our country In His mysterious designs H 1judged best to take from us our friend our President despite our earnest pray ers that we be allowed to retain him among the living We murmur no against His holy well which we know to be wisdom and goodness butIn compensation for our great loss we pray that blesslugsI MACKIN COUNCIL Adopts Resolutions Upon the Doath of President McKinley Mackin Council Y M L held a largely attended meeting at the clubhouse Tuesday night and received several additional applications for membership Because of the death of President McKinley all festivities were omitted Messrs Thomas Burkholdcr Roberr L Fischer Richard W Galway F F Mur phy and Charles Raidy who had been appointed by President CunnUf reportedl a series pireeolutipua expressive of thi feelings of the council because of th great kiss the country had auatained by the cruel murder of the head of the Government that were adopted in IiilencTbe yi0 Initiation set for October 15 reported that they were meeting with great success and expected to have thirtyfive or forty candidates for that occasion John Raidy who has been quite ill was re ported somewhat improved Mackin will resume its very enjoyable series of winter euchres next Thursday night in vitations for which may be obtained from the members NATIONAL FEDERATION Important Question For Cath Saturdaye themCatholic Union will resume its regular meetings at Satolli Hall next Saturday night to which not only the delegates of the affiliated societies but all Catholics interested in the question of State and national federation are cordially invited by President McDermott ani Secretary CooneyThe recent meeting held at Long Branch adjourned to meet at Cincinnati on December 10 and it must be decided whether the Catholic Union of this city TheoKentucky Irish American feels safe in saying that the action taken some time ago when Dr J W Fowler and Edward J McDermott were selected for delegates will meet the approval of the organiza tion To add to the pleasure of the evening beeserved and the officers hope for a large and representative attendance It should not be forgotten that all societies arc en duestare exactedwiTh NUPTIAL MASS In New Albany and this city much interest is felt in the marriage of Miss Lena Mattel and Herman Jacobs who will be united in the bonds of wedlock with nuptial high mass at St Marys church in New Albany on Wednesday morning Rev Dean Faller performing the happy ceremony The brideelect is the winsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Conrad Martel and a sister of John Martel for the past year with the Kentucky Irish American She will look exceedingly lovely in a beautiful wed plan costume of white tulle Herman Jacobs the groom is well known in the lsnighbendKentucky Wagon Works Company Miss Martel will be attended by her sis Jacobebrotheofthe NewecityeyoungndIC01tp1eat the home of the brides parents 684Eastthey will be at home to their nutaeroas friends u lACK PHELPS Memorial Meeting of tile Louis ville Bar Association Saturday Hon Matt ODobertys Feel ing Tribute to His Friend Brief Remarks by Judges Field Toney and Col Bennett Young APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL ADOPTED The members of the Louisville Bar Association helda largely attended memo= rial meeting last Saturday touching the death of the late Zack Phelps Judge Henry Barker presided and an appropri ate memorial was adopted Remarks were made by Judge Field Judge Toney Col Bennett Young and Hon Matt ODoherty who was the dead lawyers close friend His remarks follow MR CHAIRMAN I pan not allow this sad occasion to pass without adding my humble tribute to the more worthy ones which have already been paid to the memory of our deceased friend Yet it were better perbaps that I should re main silent I QUI c Dnscious of my in ability to give fittin j expression to the griefwhich the deat i of our friend has brought to the hearts sf those assembled and of the thousands ratsldc these walls who knew him as J am of my inability to do justice by any Words of mine to his virtues or tp the talent little ifat all short of genius which won for him a foremost place at the bar of Kentucky a bar rich in grand traditions famous now as heretofore rio less for the eloquence and learning han for the splen did integrity and lofty character of its members The unfeigned sorrow which the pews of our Meads death brought to the people of Louisville without dis tinction of creed or arty is perhaps the best evidence that can be offered of the solid virtues which not only adorned but beautified his life Much has beeid by dyspeptic philosophers and poe a of mans ingrati tude to man of the supposed perverseness of human nature aid of the folly and futility pj seeking or expecting to find a permanent place In the affectionate aleatory of men Thk life and queer of oar deceased friend pfoveHhattthey h- ague o this but slander our poor human nature which has quite enough of real vim to anawer for without having s JI Ci t a fictitious ones placed to its account The truth is that those who deserve to be loved ry their fellows as a rule are loved by themthose who deserve to be are usually gratefully and affectionately rep membered There may here or there be foundexceptions to this as to nearly all other rules but so far from unsettling it they but prove its truth It must how ever always be remembered that in the great mart of life where the exchanges of the soul are conducted payments are made not in currency for there is none but in kind It is hate for hate friend ship for friendship love for love If you would have a friend you must be a friend if you would have love you must give it andJlas you meet so shall it be measured unto you The life and career of our friend illus trate the truth of what I have said He counted his friends not by the dozen but by the score nay by the hundred in this community I have never known a man in his sphere of life who had so large a personal following How did he win them How did he hold them faithful to the end Why he paid out in lavish measure and in kind for the jewel which he prized more than he did life it self the friendship and regard ofbis fellows Whether in the active field of politics or in the ranks of the various charitable and fraternal societies with which he was connected he was the same unselfish untiring selfsacrificing genial and generous Zack Phelps that we his brothers of the bar knew him to be His great popularity and vast following added much to his phenomenal success as a jury lawyer if I may use the term Not indeed that he would ever ask or expect any one to profane or prostitute the sacred relation of friendship by the slightest act of unfairness or injustice no mail had a higher or greater sense of honor or propriety but every lawyer who has ever stood before a jury knows that itt is a matter of no small consequence to have upon the panel however high their intelligence and integrity those who are friendly to the advocate who is to appear before them As for the recognized talent and ability of our friend as a lawyer it is wholly needless for me to speak In this assembly It was my good fortune to have been thrown with him in jury trials more frequently perhaps than most of you sometimes with him sometimes against him It must ever remain with me as one of the pleasantest recollections of my life that during the whole course of our association extending over more than twenty years of active practice though heated the debates in which l111anyand not a word of bitterness or- shadow of misunderstanding ever passed between us to cloud even for a moment the sanshine of that friendship which the grave itself I am persuaded has neither chilled nor darkened You can well believe me then when I assure you that a pang of the keenest sorrow was brought tojmy heart when hilt unday night on srrfvingiu the city a n after a few months absence J was told of his death I was shocked pained beyond the power of words to describe by the unwelcome and wholly unexpected news But it is useless to repine in the early and unlookedfor demiseof the friendwe all loved so dearly we have but another and sad reminder of the uncer tainty of life and of the fearful certainty of deathofThe that we are and the shadows that we pursue Let us profit by the lesson for whether a day a month a year ten or twenty years stand between us and him what of it We must follow him We have already entered upon the journey and must tramp on with ceaseless and resist less step until the grave in which he has found shelter shall close over each of us It is hard to seriously contemplate un moved this endless procession of man kind from the cradle to the grave We are on every side confronted by the mystery of death and the still deeper mystery of life Poor powerless as we find ourselves in the hands of an inexor able fate we might be tempted to believe ourselves mere phantoms or at most creatures of an aimless and senseless existence did not reason and revelation alike assure us that Dust thou art to dust returnest was not spoke of the soulThere are I know many others present who wish to pay the tribute of their affection to the memory of our friend I will not longer stand between you and them I have only offered a withered wild flower where they will place gal lands but if tears of affection could make it bloom as a rose they would not be wanting To the true friend for more than twenty summers blossoming by my side to the genial companion to the upright lawyer to the good citizen the faithful and affectionate father and husband Zach Phelps in your name and my own 1 bid a last long farewell Peace and rest to his noble soul 1 ANOTHER EUCHRE Division 1 of New Albany has done much for the new St Edwards Hospital and still continues the good work Next Tuesday night a big euchre will be given at Holy Trinity Hall under the auspices of the Hibernians at which handsome prizes will be distributed This would be the right time for Louisville members of the order to visit their New Albany brethren who will give them a hearty welcome They are all invited MAKER MONDAY The smoker and reception which was to have been given by Trinity Council last Monday night butpostponed because of the death of President McKinley will take place at the club house on Rant Gray street next Monday night Presi dent Sullivan will preside and James J Fitzgerald the Well known lawyer orator will deliver a short addreM Those who attend wiltbate a OdU o k PARIS Miss Maymo McDermott and John Hanloy United in t Marriage One of the Most Brilliant Wed dings Witnessed in Con tral Kentucky Delightful Trip From Frankfort to the Famous Bourbon Capital LARGE NUMBERS IN ATTENDANCE Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American W FRANKFORT Sept 19A trip through 1 the farfamed Bluegrass region of Ken tucky from Frankfort to Paris is indeed a tare treat and one which was thoroughly enjoyed by the party ot Frankfortonians 1 that attended the HanleyMcDermott i wedding at Paris last Tuesday morning f The Frankfort Cincinnatispecial 3 which by the way was tendered by Superintendent Harper to Mr Hanley in ti order that his Frankfort friends might attend the wedding pulled out at 745 with perhaps fifty or sixty on board The run to Paris was made without incident worthy of mention On embarking from the train the party commenced the mileandahalf walk from the station to the city there being no electric cars or other conveyance On arrival in the city as many as possible registered at the Fordham Hotel and the remainder at the Windsor formerly Bour bon House Among those in the party were Mr and Mrs Hanley father and mother of John Hanley Mr and Mrs C E Collins Mr and Mrs L J Brislan Mr and Mrs R J Dehoney Mr and Mrs James Sullivan Mr and Mrs Thos B Newman Mr and Mrs James Noonan Mr and Mrs James Heeney Mrs J G Schneers Mrs P H New ss Margaret Berberich Prof Wham Ernest Zoeller D Jj John Parker Emmet Noona man A J Lynch T William A Brislan W James Darnell Fred Bui W A Lutkemeier Ewe Elrwauger Bernard Qraham Hugh Pin nell John Brislan Prank Johnson James McAuliffe Alvin Jett and others whom the writer can not now recall The entire party was up early and attended l the wedding at 6 oclock After rf breakfast at tte hotel a tour of the cityx was made which by the way is one ofj the prettiest in Central Kentucky and W has its full quota of fair and beautifaijl women m One of the prettiest weddings that tbf writer has ever had the pleasure of will nessing took place at Paris on last Tuefl day morning September 17 at the Churc of the Annunciation when Miss MaymJ McDermott of Paris and John P Hanlejl of Frankfort were united in the boll bonds of matrimony Miss Teresa Mel Dermoti the pretty and attractive sistcj of the bride was maid of honor anl William H Olbermann of Frankfortl best man The ushers were Alvin Jett of Frankfort Paul Wutzel of Lexington j James Grocber and Frank McDermott bj Paris The Rev Father Burke thl rector officiated at the marriage ceremony while the assistant priest celel brated nuptial high mass 1 At all times exceedingly handsom surpassinglybeautiful exquisite costume of gray with hat match only served to enhance the ra beauty and exquisite grace of the fa bride Miss Teresa McDermott the mar of honor was charmingly costumedi blue cloth with large picture hat tt matchA train from Frankfort brougj the choir and a large number of Frafl fort friends of the happy young peerwho were desirous of witnessing th mony The large crowd present exceedingly early hour of the well only further attested the great popula of coupleThe was excellent every particular was furnished by 1 celebrated choir ofthe Church of the G Sheperd of Frankfort under direction of Prof Wayland Gram musical director Promptly at 0 pcj the bridal party entered the church advanced to the altar while the cl Marchethewho in his usual Impressive manner formed the short but exceedingly solem marriage ceremony of the Cathol church The performance of this ced mony was followed by a nuptial hij ptookof the brides mother and left oicarrylnthem KentufThei popular and charming girls in tti grass regions and hasty her excee attractive mauner and rare beaut scores of friends wherever she has yi gisttywhisWaCompanywith anything looking toward 1 vancement of the business h promirberties and takes an active hut writerjoil1sfriendthrolthout the happygang couple wedded bliss free fro and adversities o t1 Vfc grz Rr AN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 11INIWII1111IIMI MvoUd to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Amerlcaas VRILyIAM AX HXQQXKJS p1bUber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Louisville Postofflco as SecondClass Matter U41HI11I ClelIkltles te the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Street 7RADl =S CO NCI o I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1901 I DEMOCRATIC rte CITY AND COUNTY TICKET I For Mayor CHARLES F GRAINGER For City Tax Receiver JAMES B BROWN t For City Auditor CHARLEs NEUMBYER For City Treasurer h JAMES B CAMP I For Judge Police Court JOHN iloCANNr For Clerk Police Court ALP V ot DnA I For Bailiff Police Curt WILLIAM BOSLER For Prosecuting Attorney Police Court ROBERT J HAGAN C For County Judge JAMES P GREGORY For Commonwealths Attorney JOSEPH HUFFAKER For County Attorney SAMUEL B KIRBY For County Jailer JOHN R PFLANZ For Sheriff E T SCHMITT For County Clerk W J SBMONlN For Coroner DR HARRIS KELLY i For County Assessor BENSON O HERR For County Surveyor OBERT H YOUNG ty School Superintendent STIVERBISENATORS j triclH S McNUTT W L WELLER 1IstrJctFOR REPRESENTATIVES Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEWCOMB Fortynfth District JOHN M LET= ITERLEIFortysixth DUtrlctJOIfN YOUNG Fortyseventh Dlstrjof LAWRENCE REICHlfiHT iPortyelghth District JAMES P ED WARDS Fortynlnth District P McDONALD Fiftieth DlstrlctMICHAEL BURKE Flftyflret DtetrlctTHOS DREWRY FOR ALDERMEN Abner Harris Henry S Cohn Nathan M Uri G Wallace Embry Tarry WelMlnger T J OBryan W J OHeorn Humphrey Knecht B Gilbert James B Smith lames J Fitzgerald Paul C iflarth FOR COUNCILMEN first WardJohn Baron and Augustus T Blzot Second Ward Barnhard Buckle and William P Schwartz Third Ward A J Domeck and T J Yeag- erPtFourth WardHenry Seller and J New WardC C Early and Madison S Blitz and Chas Greer Seventh WardUpton W Hulr and Frank S Cook Eighth WardAlvah 1 Terry and Ar thuriBoanl Ninth WardAlbert 6 Smith and Lee hnenth Word FrefJ Hummel and W I m- orerventh WordOIerman Christen and Word J W Drake and Au tus Miller FOB SCHOOL TRUSTEE ret WardS Snodgrass econd and Third Wards Charlen A ag lourth and Fifth Wards Samuel Morn star Ixth and Seventh WardsGavin H ochranEighth and Ninth WardsDr J W ralvln Tenth WardDr R E Galvin t Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Joseph B tklnaon FOR PARE COMMISSIONERS Gen John B Costleman Louis Seelbach Gottlieb Layer rOB SLAOISTBATES t Dlatrlct O C Shadburn ono District David McKinley ltd IMsijrict Charles J Fegenbush Urth DlstrlctJ P Shlvely hh DlfltrlctJohn N Velten tli District Ed Meelemry nth DistrictJoe Keyer h DistrictJohn M Adams JOB OOKSXABLB strietCBugo Schultz District Jordan Floore riot Conrad Kaiser- trickCharles X Hulbert ctnuk Hoffman oaeptt 3horU t FvltrsrdOConnorS- 3hnKay41aUI11 rwft Q WHO IS RESPONSIBLE Attorney Walter Darby furnishes the press with excerpts from the Kentucky statutes to show that the law in this State is ample to suppress and exclude anarchists No doubt the same is true of other States and even of the national immigration laws if properly con strued and enforced but there has been almost criminal laxity ill this matter throughout thecoun try Nonenforcement of law is responsible for anarchy in this country and continued nonenforce ment of law that permits anarchy to remain will also be responsible for such summary measures as may be resorted to by the people in getting rid of the pestmobs are also caused by nonenforcement of the law Anarchists have been allowed to come to this city in times ol labor disturbances distribute their literature hold meetings deliver public speeches unfurl the red flag and otherwise urge violence de struction of property andbloodshed Yet none of them were ever arrested or interfered with by the authorities and oUr city was saved from periods of blood and fire and the foul seed prevented from growth here not by the authorities but by the labor unions ignoring re jecting and finally emphatically repudiating and denouncing an archists and anarchy The same is true throughout the country Anarchy is foreign in its origin and whatever of growth it has attained in this country has been from the same source Our lawmakers and law officials by fail ing in their duties are wholly responsible for its admission toler ance and growth in the United States That it has not become more widespread and powerful no thanks to them indeed their toler ance not to say protection has encouraged and emboldened an archy Thus far the workiugmen whom the anarchists hoped and expected would prove a fruitful field of ready recruits have been the only obstacle the bulwark of the country against anarchy Their resistance to its teachings and plead ings has been firm and persistent in the workshop and mine through their unions and press the work men of this country have combatted anarchy till it was practically eradicated from their ranks denied recognition and condemned by every labor organization in this country Had our law officials did their duty as well there would be no anarchy in this country But they seem to have been restrained by the false notion that enforcing the law against anarchy would arouse the illwill and lose the votes of foreign born citizens and workingmen These two elements of our popula tion are the most implacable foes of anarchy and would make short shrift of the pest had they the power Anarchy is too often the cause of reproach being heaped upon them for them to have a feeling of sym pathy for it or resent its restraint and suppression Nor has the an archist any love for the labor union next to the Government and capitalists they hate labor unions whose members they denounce as curs and slaves and lose no opportunity to gratify that hate In every serious labor trouble the an archists soon become manifest to preach their doctrine and if possi ble commit some act of violence to the injury of capital and reproach to labor unions In none of those cases have they been arrested and where violence resulted murder was committed and property de stroyed official investigation failed u our to connect labor unions with the lawlessness and there the investigations ended Although it is known that anarchists teaching and urg ing such deeds exist in the com munity they are for some reason overlooked in such investigations to discover the source as well as the perpetrators of the crime Anarchists are allowed to come to this country locate anywhere go about teaching their doctrine of lawlessness establishing their or ganization print and circulate through the mails their papers and literature defy all law deny all right urge bloodshed and destruc tion of property They have been doing this for years and the law officers who have permitted it are responsible for it and its results The people must take hold of this matternot unlawfully as cit izensregardless of party and compel officials to do their duty in stamp ing and shutting out these out laws from this country or electing instead officers who will There is no justification there is no room for anarchy in the United States IT IS SETTLED The steel strike is ended by compromise neither side getting what it demanded It is evident that the steel trust as well as the Amalgamated Association misjudged their strength and finding that further contention meant greater loss and possible conflict and bloodshed wisely came together and signed an agreement both yielding points in controversy This result would have been reached without a strike but for the arbitrary course of the trust in summarily breaking off negotiations and refusing to re sume when urged The trust and association are alike deserving of credit for the peaceful conduct of the trouble not a single act of vio lence being reported though the strike area was largeinvolving near ly every branch of the iron industry and a half million employes The fact that the trust despite its wealth and power was forced to withdraw its ultimatum renew negotiations and make concessions attests the influence and justice of public opin ion and will appease the public ap prehension of danger from combined capital while the whole course of the association in firmly repudiating all summary measures from the trusts ultimatum to more aggres sive action and general strikes restraining violence and maintaining the peace everywhere insisting only on a settlement by conference and arbitration and when conference is resumed conceding points to reach an agreemant will be commended and appreciated tend to convince the public of the true character and purpose of organized labor andadd to the growing popularity of labors policy to settle differences redress grievances and better the work mens condition on the basis of mutual right by conference and arbitration The steel strike which attracted the attention of the world bad its lesson for capital and labor that if heeded will have the salu tary effect of preventing what both disapprovestrikes and other labor disturbances Michael Davitt who recently visited South Africa is in this country and reiterates his asser tion that Englands power is broken in South Africa Mr Chamber lain Colonial Secretary told all England two months ago that the Boer war was at an end and Eng lish authority prevailed everywhere except in isolated districts where a few roving bands still resisted but in a few weeks these would be captured or forced to surrender Englands power may not be broken as Davitt asserts but Chamberlain is away off the war goes on the isolated districts seem large as well as numerous and the few roving bands are strong and active enough to keep the English on the jump and lick them occasionally without even a thought of surrender Finally September 15 has passed and Kitcheers procla n mation has not beep heeded nor the expectations of a wholesale surrender realized If Englandse power is not broken in South Africa it iis being badly strained Harbison Gathright who have boasted that the strike of their em ployes did not interfere with their business have shown the white feather in the usual wayappeal ing to the courts against alleged in timidatlon pf their employes by pickets placed by the union Judge Field decided that the allegations of the firm were not sustained by the evidence there was no proofof un lawful conduct nor of intent to violate law and dismissed the case Another picket was arrested on a disorderly allegingrhe had threatened one of Harbison Gathrights employes He was promptly dischargedI in the City Court The PressPost Columbus Ohio on which the union printers struck a few weeks ago is no more After a stubborn effort Jones its erratic manager succeeded in obtaining a nonunion force and re sumed publication Last Saturday he published a scurrilous article on the dead President arousing public indignation to such a pitch that a mob went to the office seized the I papers and made a bonfire in the street The employes deserted the place leaving Jones alone and he was taken away by the police and has left town The plant has beeu sold and unionized and an evening paper bearing the union label is now issued The above illustrates what kind of proprietors sometimes cause labor troubles Bishops and representatives of the Protestant Episcopal church will assemble in convention at San Francisco on October 2 and the most important questions to come before the body are those relating to divorce and the change of name from Protestant Episcopal to Holy Catholic It has been practically decided to follow the Roman Catho lic church as regards the first and it would be the part of wisdom for them to pursue the same course in the second They should not any longer delay their return to the true fold The methods adopted by the Dayton National Cash Register Company to disrupt the unions of its former employes are the most odious yet brought to light What must lawabidipg citizens think of a corporation that will plan to make criminals of innocent men that it may succeed in its unjust oppres slon of employes The National Company is charged with securing hirelings to join the unions with instructions to coerce the members to violations of the law Is not this conspiracy in its worst form We think so A Kitchener bulletin from South Africa dated Wednesday regrets to state that the Boers have cap tured 200 British troops and three guns at Scheepers Nek Nothing is said about his proclamation GENERAL MEETINGi t Friends of tlie Orphans Will Gather i tSt Francis Hall A general meet ng of Catholics of the twentyone Eng slrspeaking churches interested in the coming bazar for the orphans will taki place at St Francis Hall tomorrow ight when President Edward J O den and Chairman Thomas Feely ho to see a large gather ing The time jhas arrived for active work for this no le undertaking which deserves the support of all friends of the little orphans An interesting i teeting of the Execu tive Committee was held last Sunday night presided over by Chairman Feely with Thomas Walsh as Secretary Messrs Robert W thou Charles Villier Dan Murphy Jol n Coleman and Harry Veeneman made c couraging reports for the various com Ittees they represent and their rccotnm inflations will be submitted tomorrow light It is expected that the pastors ct the various churches will also attend th s meeting HONOR THEIR QUEST Mr and Mrs Dvid Welsh gave one of the seasons moa delightful receptions and euchre partial Tuesday evening at their residence on Seventh street in honor of their cousin llise Mayme Whittiag ham of New Decatur Ala who has been their guest f several weeks After inetrumental dered fo1lo an elegant luncheon charmingly ierye4 by the fair hostess The price were trta by Mr N Straits tad N Wile I SOCIETY c M McGee of Burksville was here the first part of thei weekII IMissI Nellie Drr has been visiting friends and relatives at Bowling I IMissI Annie McGill arrived GreenI day after a two months trip through Europe Miss Margaret Flynn has returned from an enjoyable visit with friends at Paducah Miss Jennie Aiken was this week the guest of Miss Woodford Dulaneyat Bowling Green Mrs Daniel Monohan of Dutnesnil street who has been quite ill is reported as steadily improving Misses Anna and Elizabeth Boyle enjoyed a very pleasant visit with Mrs Woodfolk at Danville Miss Anita Muldoon has arrived home from Harbor Point Mich where she spent the summer months Miss Idelle Keyes and her niece and nephew Miss Idelle Caine and Sidn y Caine left Monday for Boston Miss Edith Laqahan is home from Hamburg Place near Lexington where she spent nearly three months Frank B Burke and family return to Indianapolis today after spending the week with relatives in Jeffersonville Misses Mary McGinn and Alice Hickey returned Wednesday from a delightful sojourn at New York and Atlantic City James Sullivan left Tuesday fr his home in Decatur Ill after a three weeks visit with friends in New Albany Mrs Thomas W Tarpey and daughter Miss Elizabeth have gone to Indianapo lis to attend the State Fair and visit relatives Miss Mary McMullen of 1228 Seventh street had a charming guest last week in the person of Miss Dora Waters of Lexington Miss Lucy McGradys friends will rejoice to learn that she is now convales cent after a severe illness at the Beecl hurst Sanitarium John M ONeill who has been spend ing the past two months in Michigan is now in Chicago where he will remain until about October 1 Miss Hortense Pilcher left Monday for St Marys school at Knoxville Ill to resume her college studies She will not return until the holidays Miss Etta Sullivan of West StCather ine street was this week the charming guest of Misses Anna Lee and Alice Cecil Davis of Bowling Green Miss Margaret OBrien and her little nephew James Foley returned to Indian apolis Monday after visiting the Misses Kate and Mayme OBrien Hon Augustus Willson and wife have returned from their summer tripand their friends are rejoiced that both are enjoying improved health Miss Minnie Tighe who visited friends in Bardstown was last week the guest of honor at a delightful entertainment given by Miss Mamie Hurst Mrs S M Vawler had as her guests in Jeffersonville this week her sister Miss Bertha McShane and Zora Smith well known young people of Tipton Miss Ida Filey and her sister Blanche have returned to their home in New Al bany from Shelbyville where they en joyed a pleasant visit with friends Owen J Clarke and sister Elizabeth of St Louis left for home Monday night after a pleasant visit with Michael J McCluskeyand family West Walnut street Miles Sullivan is getting to be quite a frequent visitor in the neighborhood of Seventh and St Catherine streets His friends say that be is always sure of a hearty welcome- A pretty little girl has been added toI the family circle of James Moore 1847 Tyler avenue She arrived from Baby land last week Mother and daughter are both doing well The many friends of John Cummins who has been seriously ill at his home 1442 Cherokee road in the Highlands will welcome the news that he has almost entirely recovered Joe Dugan who has been ill for the last three weeks with typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is now improving rapidly and is able to sit up for a couple hours of each day Misses Laura Deconrsey and Alice Sleicher have arrived home from Chi cagQ where they enjoyed pleasant visit with Mrs Edward Hettiger who before her marriage resided in Limerick Thomas J Casey a well known young railroad clerk and Miss Alice E Murphy were united in marriage this week The bride is a pretty young woman and was very popular among her wide circle of friends Miss Beczie Hannan is expected to arrive home today or early next week I after spending the summer in Europe J Miss Hannan visited all the large cities of Ireland and will bring with bet numer l ous souvenirs Thomas Flahiye and Will Sulzer I opened their dancing school at Nortons Hall Ninth and Broadway last Monday I and Wednesday and will coetiaue it every Monday and Wednesday throughout the season I John Winn a well known young man of Limerick isi now located In Frankfort a where he is employed in the State shoe department Johns many friends here although missing him greatly wish him success in his new venture James S Guilford the well known printer for years past holding responsible positions with our local papers left Tuesday morning for the East where he will spend a month visiting Washington Philadelphia and New York Cosmas Meagher who went to Solo mon City Kas on a visit for his health writes his friends here that the climate agrees so well with him that he expects to stay until spring He is the guest of his cousin John Meagher who is a prominent farmer of that section Mrs J Sullivan who since her marriage has resided in Pittsburg returned home last Saturday after a very pleasant visit with friends and relatives in this city One of the most enjoyable events of her short stay was the reception given in her honor by Miss Lizzie Riley William T Sheehan who by his gentlemanly management of the Zoo made himself exceedingly popular with the Louisville amusement public left Wednesday for Cincinnati to visit his mother after which he will join Joe Murphy at Philadelphia for the winter seasonMrs Dr Louis Broring one of our fairest and most popular young matrons left Thursday to attend life Fall Festival in Cincinnati and before returning will visit friends and relatives at Ironton and Dayton Several receptions will be given in her honor during her stay in the Queen City She will arrive home early next month SOCIALS FOR FRIENDS The IrishAmerican Society- to Introduce a Now Feature There was a fair attendance at the meeting of the IrishAmerican Society Thursday night President Nevin pre sided and Mike Francis made a satis factory report for the reunion committee While not the success hoped for owing to bad weather all bills were ordered paid and a neat sum remains in the hands of the committee The society took action on the death of President McKinley and a committee headed by Will Lawler was instructed to prepare and forward resolutions of sympathy and condolence to Mrs McKinley Several interesting talks were made and members advocated a new departure It was suggested that during the winter months a series of social sessions be held for members and their lady friends The idea met with favor but final cction was postponed till the next meeting the first Thursday in October when all the mtmbers are expected to be present Judging from the tenor of the remarks of the speakers there will be a large number of new members added within the next three months THEATRICALS Manager Macauley has secured for next week The Casino Girl which had a run of 400 nights in New York City The original company in its entirety will be seen here One of the stellar attractions of the theatrical season will be The Convicts Daughter a new original and sensa tional melodrama which comes to the Avenue next week The company pre senting this play is a large and capable one It is described by the press as a play of intense heart interest and containing uncommon scenic realism as well as lifelike characters The escape of an innocent convict on a freight train is one of the thrilling scenes Monday the Temple Theater will throw open its doors to the theatergoing public for the season of 19012 with a company altogether new to Louisville though several of the members are well remem bered for their work with road companies here during past seasons Col Meffert has had the Temple artistically decorated carpeted and refurnished and a more cozyor beautiful playhouse would be hard to find The opening play Men and Women will give fine opportunity for showing the strength of the new com pany individually and collectively as it has ten good parts Vaudeville will again this year be continued between the acts the initial attractions being Wrothe and Wakefield Irish sketch team singers and dancers and George B Alexander in tramp monologue parodies and the latest songs The polyscope will also be an other interesting feature this season and will show besides others moving pictures of the leading commanderies and events connected with the recent conclave This years stock company numbers seven men and four women and the wish is universal that Col Meffert will have the successful season his efforts deserve At the Buckingham Theater next week the Topsy Turvy Burlesque Company anew aspirant for theatrical fame will be the attraction Since its inception and from itsfirst curtain rise this company has been an unqualified success Its mem bers comprise some of the cleverest art tilts on the American stage also several European importations among who may be mentioned Miss Fannie Lewis who is beyond doubt one of the cleverest bur lesque prima donnas now before the public and now in the zenith of her the atrical fame the Misses Jeannette and Shaw in an entirely new and original characterization of the Hebrew woman Beeson Ferguson and Beeson the ac knowledged comedy trio now in vaudeville Lulu Beeson being the greatest softshoe dancer in America Levine and Alma acrobatic comedians Harlingford transformlst impersonating a whole company and play by himself Sam Rice whom all know and just the same ver copyCOCquaint comedian The performance begins with the satirical burtesquetiA Night Offand dOlCe with the magnifil ently mounted extravaganza The I Shipwreck of the Topy Turyy IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 011 DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial 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 Recording Secretary John Mooney Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rosters street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Gilles a pieFinancial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentB A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin 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OXOttGCaV- G vU1eJcyWA1l1UtN WM P DBPPJJ A O PA CINCINNATI 0L UNITED LEAGUE Inaugurates the Autumn Cam paign in the National Movement Hugo Assemblage at Wcstport Helps In the IrishI Cause Meeting Addressed by John Redmond and William OBrien HOME RULE IN THE MR FUTURE On Sunday September 1 a great meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was held in the town of Westport to inaugumte the autumn campaign of the Irish national movement The spirit which animated the men who with William OBrien formed the League three years ago prevailed and men gathered from all parts of the province to hear John Redmond and William OBrien Speaking of what had been accomplished for the Irish cause in the late Parliament John Redmond said This session that has just ended has been of enormous value to Ireland in the first place because it has shown her that after many years of disunion and weak ness that Ireland has once more in her services a body of fearless united indus trious and able men Now fellowcoun trymen the next reason why I say this session more than any in the past has proved not only the absolute necessity of home rule but has proved that home rule is near at hand For a moment let me consider thatfftatement Let me look at it first from the English point of view By the universal consent of all English statesmen this session the House of Commons has absolutely broken down not mark you because of obstructive tactics of the party of Irish members If we had so chosen we might have entered upon a policy of obstruction but we did not do so The business of the House of Commons has broken down in the face of the world because of the nature of the House of Commons and the nature of the work it is undertaking The moment has come when every thoughtful English politician admits it is no longer possible for the House of Commons to continue to act as the local legislature for each of the three kingdoms and at the same time to act as the Imperial Parliament of this bloated and widespread empire and I say from the English point of view this ses sion has proved conclusively that home rule in the near future is an absolute necessity Everybody in England admits that Parliament has broken down and some people are foolishly suggesting as a remedy the reduction of the Irish repre sentatives Now I wish to say upon that subject one word We have heard those threats before and they have come to nothing and we absolutely disregard these threats today For my part I be lieve that the policy for the reduction of Irish members in the House of Commons is an absolutely impossible policy that it is unjust and undesirable and can not be carried Remember the arrangement as to the representation of Irishmen iis based upon what Englishmen call a treaty of union We have always impugned the validity of the union and denied it was in any sense a treaty and bad asserted that it was obtained by force and violence and fraud and corruption and was not binding upon the conscience of any son of the Irish race but from the English point of view taking as they do the union to be a valid treaty how can they justify before the world altering one of the fundamental provisions At the time of the union if Irelahd received the number of members she was entitled to on the besis of population she should have ob tamed 220 members She only received 105 less than onehalf which she was entitled to and is it now to be said by the party that claims the treaty as a valid treaty that because under the oper ation of that union England has increased in wealth and population and Ireland has decayed in wealth and gone down in population that therefore for that reason the stronger party of the two is to be en titled without the consent and against the protests of the other party to alter a fundamental principal of what they call the treaty No fellowcountrymen I be lieve the proposal to reduce the Irish members is so unjust and indefensible that it is impossible But I take another view For my part I do not believe that the reduction of Irish members would materially injure the strength of the national movement The national movement depends not upon sixty or eighty or one hundred members it depends upon the unity and strength of the national move ment in Ireland and so far as proposing this reduction as a remedy for the breakdown of the House of Commons is con cerned I can assure English public men that the Irish Nationalist party with a united Ireland behind them knowing their own minds and united as one man will be just as powerful just as embar rassing just as dangerous in the House of Commons if it consists of sixty as if it consisted of eighty Now fellowrcountry men England will find if she attempts any remedies of this sort for the breakdown of liar Parliament that the remedies are of no use that they are not remedies at all I say that this session has been valuable to the national cause for this second reason that It has proved to all thoughtful Englishmen that the House of Commons can not continue to do the work that Is thrown upon itanIhas hastened the day when all Euglfsh politicians will recognize that the only way to save from irretrievable ruin and disrepute their ancient Parliament will be to remit to the people of Ireland the management of their own affairs 1 said that this te Jmt was valuable for a third Uo reason This session has taught you in my opinion an invaluable lesson To the masses of the Irish people the result of this session has been to show the Irish people that they can get almost anything by a united and vigorous and menacing agitation but that they can get notblngI from the English Parliament other means Why what is the position The masses of the Irish people are united in favor of a system of compulsory pur chase No one in Ireland is against it except a little handful of broken down Irish landlords and the agitation of last year and the reunion which was effected last year had this immediate effect that the Government put into the Kings speech at the commencement of Parliament a prom ise that they would introduce a land purchase bill and had this further effect that the ruler of Ireland for the time being Mr Wyndham made a solemn declaration in his place in the House of Commons that another land bill was an Immediate necessity of the future in this country Now I point to these two facts to prove my contention They prove this lesson that even by a little stir in the nature of agitation even Immediately after a reunion of the mass of the people that there is a movement in the mind and conscience of English statesmen and that they have been forced to make these promises But it points to a further lesson The lesson which I desire today to chiefly impress upon you is that if you want to have more than promises if you want to have more than empty declara tions from smoothtongued Irish Secre taries you have got to go on you have to proceed from the beginning that has so well teen made until there is all over Ireland and especially in the West of Ireland so closely a united so discip lined and so powerful an agitation that the enemies of the people the enemies of a just settlement of the land question will find it difficult and dangerous to maintain their position and that the Government will find it absolutely neces sary to step in Fellowcountrymen that is the third lesson which I believe this session has proved to the Irish people and it is the most valuable of all God knows they ought not require any lesson at this point from their past history but our people sometimes are sunk in apathy and disappointment and sometimes unmindful of the past and it is well that this lesson should be borne upon them that even the little they have already done has borne fruit and that there is no limit to the possibilities that they can achieve if only they will make their agitation in Ireland sufficiently strong and disciplined and menacing and dangerous to England as to compel the English Government to act Therefore I rejoice at being here today because I believe that this meeting is the commencement ofa fight to the finish with Irish landlordism and we call upou our countrymen in every part of Ireland and I might say especially here in the West where the need is greatest to or ganize themselves in every parish so that it will be impossible for the enemies of the people to help to maintain that accursed system of landlordism which has ruined and depopulated our country Now this is for the people an easy task When you look back upon the past his tory of your country and think of the sacrifices and sufferings that were under gone when there was not a gleam of hope on the political horizon you today ought to be ashamed to stand aside in apathy and allow this drawing away of the Irish race to continue It is for the people themselves to say whether they will settle this Irish land question once and for all aye and in the immediate future They can do it No man is asking any great sacrifice from them All they have got to do is to imitate the action of their oppressors themselves In Gods name I therefore say as well as in the name of our country let this meet lug be the beginning of a great movement this autumn and winter all through Ireland In a few weeks time I am going with Michael Davitt to address your fellowcountrymen in America What is the use of our going to address our countrymen there if they are able to point to districts in Ireland where the captious critic rules the roost to districts in Ireland where apathy is spread amongst the people and where no genuine effort is being made to arrest the emigra tion of our people No the first duty of the movement is to stop this emigration How can it be done It can only be done by making Ireland a place where the poor can get for themselves and their children a decent livingand indeedwe are asking for little more than a decent living on the land which in the old days was the property of their fore fathers It can only be done by bringing some ease and peace and contentment and happiness into the lives of the masses of the people That can never be done until this miasma of landlordism is destroyed until these huge grass pastures are broken up and divided amongst the poor cottiers who today are unable to live on their little patches of land until the people of Ireland are rooted as owners in the soil of their forefathers and I am convinced if Ireland only does its duty as I frankly admit the County Mayo has dope its dutyif only all Ire land follows that example I am con vinced that in the lifetime of the oldest man in this crowd we will be able to bend our knee to God the God of Justice who rules over the destinies of nations as well as men and thank Him that at long last the tears and the sufferings the sacrifices and the boundless fidelity of Irishmen have been rewarded by the light of prosperity and liberty once more shining on the fair shores and hills and valleys of the land ZENDA DANCING CLUB The dance given by the Zenda Danc ing Club at Fountain Ferry Park last Friday evening proved a success in every way and after being urged repeatedly to do so by those who attended the mew bars have decided to give another at the same place Friday evening October 4 The member of the club are John J Barry P 3i Sutterlln D J Haraett Al Neurath M J Hartnett E F Tooraey andJoeph Meisatl AWFUL BRAVE Husband Interposes His Wife I Between Burglar Himself and Much talk has been occasioned among the people of East Chestnut street by the story that has gotten out concerning one of the residents on that ppulartliorough- fare It seems that the gentleman who is well known had frequently been heard to declare just before the late conclave how he would dispatch any one found trying to enter his premisesthey would be lucky if they were not instantly shot The conclave passed off however with out any attempt upon his house or effects But one night about two weeks ago the story goes the wife of the gentleman was awakened by a burglar in the house and aroused her husband with the remark flGet up Harry and shoot him fiNo no You get up and shoot him first because those fellows never hurt a woman responded the erstwhile brave husband But before either had time to act the wouldbe burglar escape- dREFUSED Judge Field Refuses Injunc tion Against Leather Workers Harbison Gathright last Wednesday sought an injunction in Judge Fields court against their striking employes whom they charged with intimidation The evidence showed that no intimidation or violation of the ilaw had been resorted to or intended and Judge Field promptly turned down the application After rendering his decision he addressed himself to the union men many of whom were in the court room saying SI would say to you gentlemen that no acts of violence no acts looking to or intending violence must be used If you commit such acts you come within the condemnation of the law and the law will not be slow to give protection to this firm Endeavor tolufiuence others peaceably and then you will be within the law but if violence be resorted to then you are beyond the laws pale and the courts will promptly take hold and enforce the laws I Judge Seymour counsel for the plain tiff firm had suggestedat the commence ment of Judge Fields remarks that an injunction to prevent iintimidation would not injure the defendants as they denied resorting this but Judge Field at the conclusion of his remarks said We be lieve them to be lawabiding citizens but if I were to grant the injunction it would place them in the position of being guilty of violen e They are as much interested in the maintenance of law as any citizen MARRIED TUESDAY Detective Charles Hickey known everywhere as one of the most popular and efficient members of the Louisville police force and Ellen May McNulty tin estimable and attractive lady pleasantly surprised their hosts of friends and admirers by being quietly married at St Michaels church Cot and Mrs John H Whallen were the Attendants who after the ceremony entertained in honor of the happy couple They are making their home at 1617 West Broadway where they are being deluged with congratulations BENEFIT FOR LIBRARY Trinity Council of time Young Mens Institute expect a large attendance at their initial euchre and dance next Wednesday evening The club house on East Graystreet is especially adapted for entertainments of this kind and those having the affair in charge are young men who know how to entertain their friends The prizes to be distributedare unique and handsome Refreshments will also be served during the evening OVER THE RIVER Last Sunday night the young people of New Albany thronged Holy Trinity church to hear the interesting addresses delivered for their benefit by Rev Father Roberts a noted pulpit orator and mis sionary who was the guest of Rev Father Kelly Father Roberts spoke on the doctrines of our religion and how they should be observed by young people and his remarks made an impression upon all who heard him- REHBARSINO Quite a number of young people of Holy Trinity parish New Albany have for the past two weeks been rehearsing an interesting melodrama entitled The Players which will be produced soon at Holy Trinity Hall The leading roles will be assumed by Miss Ethel Murphy and James Russell who will be supported by a Very strong company of amateurs GROWING DEMAND John Tully who is known to most of our readers informs us that the demand for his new patent laundry bags Is assuming very large proportions It is pro nounced the best sanitary bag in the market not only by those who have them in use but by the leading physicians of this city It is expected that before spring they will hare come into general use DID NOT SEE ACT John M Mulloy the M rketstreet cof fee dealer and Tom Rile of Fourteenth and Main who are now expected home from New York City ere among the crowds that thronged the PanAmerican building at the time Prest lent McKinley was assassinated though either saw the foul deed perpetratedII The new flannel and silk waists are be ginning to chow themselves shyly and promise delectable thing for the coming ieau j n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges On Thursday night Justice Joshua Pim died suddenly at his residence Brennans town House Cabinteely At the Limerick City petty sessions on Friday a summons was granted against Dr Long for obstruction- On Saturday morning the dead body of a youth named William Boyd was found lying across the rails at the Deestreet crossing of the Belfast County Down railway Belfast the head being completely severed from the body At Dundalk petty sessions on Friday Joseph Connon a policeman lately sta tioned in County Kilkenny who had been on a holiday with his friends at Blackrock County Louth was returned for trial charged with having seriously assaulted a young man named Thomas BrennanAt special meeting of the SlIgo County Council on Saturday the Chair man proposed a resolution protesting against the employment of extra police in Sligo to protect Mr Phibbs and other persons who are boycotted in different parts of the county The resolution was adopted Sir Malby Crofton dissenting- At the halfyearly meeting of the Cork Gas Consumers Company Father ODon ovan of Kilmantra suggested that ia committee shareholders should confer with the Directors and the men out on strike and use their best endeavors in righting matters Only one shareholder however supported the reverend gentle menOn Monday a laborer named Edward Cairnes was arrested at the Notth road Drogheda on a charge of seriously assaulting a farmer named George Halfpenny after a foot ball match at Monasterboice County Louth The accused was brought before Justice Wynne of Collon and re matided It was stated that the life of the injured man was in danger- A quay laborer named John Cunning ham was arrested in Belfast on his own confession that he had killed a woman last week in Coatbridge He was in a very excited condition A wire was sent to the Scottish police authorities who telegraphed that he might be discharged hg he was not the person wantedl It setms Cunningham who had been drink ing heavilyof late has not been out of Belfast for some time A very sad occuircnre took place in Killinick on Monday about six miles from Wexford J H Winters shopkeeper bud owner of the petty sessions court was driving in on his car a short distance out side the village when the vehicle caught in the ditch and was upset Winters WOE thrown heavily to the ground and the cai came down with great force upon his head killing him instantaneously He was well known in South Wexford- A seriQus fire involving destruction of flax broke out on Thursday in the roughing chop of Lindsay Thompson Co flax spinners and linen thread manufacturers Belfast Several lines of hose were promptly laid down and the brigade men after about an hours work had the fire under control Engineer Reville while engaged in breaking a window accidentally sustained a very severe cut on the hand The damage is confined to the flax and other contents of the room On Wednesday evening an accident occurred to a boy named George Thorn bury of Ballydowd near Lucan by trying to get up on a cart belonging to John Cromer contractor of Lucan The cart was being driven by a boy named Thomas McCormick and in trying to get up on the car the boy aged about eleven years slipped and the wheel went over his stomach Dr Stoney of Lucan attended him afterward and Jiad him removed to Celbridge Hospital On Saturday evening Drs OConnor Moore and Stoney performed an operation on him and the boy is favorably progressing- On Saturday an inquiry under the local government act of 1898 ordered by the County Council of Fermanagh into the question of the desirability of dividing the town of Enniskillen into wards was held at the courthouse Enniskillen Claude Hamilton Secretary to the Tyrone County Council was the Inspector con ducting the inquiry The scheme was promoted by the Unionists of Enniskillen and was vigorously opposed by the Catholics and Nationalists At the close of the inquiry the Inspector intimated that he would report to the County Council on the matter at an early date Three employes of Shaw Sons the well known Dublin bacon curers were slightly injured on Saturday through an explosion of gas which took place in a building in which the bacon is smoked It appears that when three men named Michael Harty Stephen Collins and John OBrien returned from breakfast they dis covered an escape of gas in the smoke room One of them lit a match evidently to find out the location of the leakage with the result that an explosion immediately folowed The men had their faces singed but not very seriously and were at once treated in the County In firmaryJohn Redmond speaking at a great meeting of the United Irish Leagueat Westport on Sunday said the parlia 1 mentall session just concluded had been of enormous value to the future of the national movement It had first of all shown to Ireland that she had once again a united industrious and selfsacrificing parliamentary party It had also more than any session in the past proved not only the necessity of home rule but that home rule was near at hand Thirdly the session had shown them they could get almost anything by vigorous agita tion and that they could get nothing Wan other means On Tuesday last Justices Norton and Hatnill in the absence of Dr Sellars Coroner who is a member of the Irish rifle team now in America held an in quest at the South County Infirmary on tbebOdofJlDet Molony a young man employed as shorthand and correspondence clerk in the brewery of Macardle Moore Co Dundalk It appeared from the evidence that the deceased who was a married man aged about thirty years suffered from a form of heart disease He left the brewery to ride home on his bicycle and a short time afterward was found lying unconscious beside his bicycle on the road He was brought to the infirmary but it was found that life was then extinct Verdict of death from natural causes It is sad to learn as we do that the bigoted campaign against Catholics is still carried on in some Belfast factories situated in the more exclusively Orange districts says the Dublin Freeman of September 7 Is it not deplorable to find in the twentieth century that such an evil spirit should possibly exist in a large city and that the dupes of Orange fanatics should be so dead to the dictates of humanity Fortunately such unchristian exhibitions are only possible in the north east corner of Ulster where Orangeism is rampant What a howl would be raised if such conduct were attempted elsewhere in Ireland But outside the Orange pre serves nobody ever finds in a mans re ligion a cause of persecution Take the recent Tallow prosecutions as a sample There the whole Catholic population were up in arms to defend the interests ofa Protestant against one of their own creed Similarly in Nenagh we have United Irish Leaguers strongly supporting the cause of an evicted Protestant When will some semblance of toleration dawn upon the benighted Orangemen of the North A conference of delegates from various Urban District Councils in Ireland was held on Thursday in the Town Hall Rflthmines for the purpose of considering matters in connection with the ex cessive county charges on urban districts The Town Clerk of Bray read a long statement to the effect that in various ways urban districts had suffered through the operation of the local government act Taxation for union rating and county at large charges had increased enor mously Several delegates spoke giving illustrations of unjust burdens placed upon urban districts and neglect of their requirements by County Councils Among these Mr Hewson of the Rathmines Urban Council said they had the greatest grievance of all being suddenly called on to pay a large sum without being told what it was for or given time to collect it A resolution was adopted detailing the grievances complained of demanding amendment of the present system of compiling and levying couutyatlarge charges and calling upon the Government to so amend the existing statutes as to compel County Councils to levy on urban districts only properly defined countyat large charges incurred for the benefit of such districts Other resolutions demanded revislou of the local government act so as to make landlords liable for poorrates on holdings alved at or under 20 and reformation of the proce dure as to extension of urban boundaries A committee was appointed to look after the interests of Urban Councils and consider the advisability of seeking an inter view with the Chief Secretary I RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Mary Martin took place Tuesday morning from St Pauls church with solemn requiem mass Mrs Martin was the wife of T H Martin a well known employe of the Louisville Nashville railroad a devout member of her parish stanch and hopeful in her faith Her death occurred Sunday even ing and resulted from organic heart trouble Besides her husband she leaves two children to whom the sympathy of a large circle of friends is extended Albert Valla aged thirtysi a well known and respected Italian passed peacefully away while the church bell were ringing last Sunday morning The deceased lived with his sister Mrs Mary Mulloy 123 Fourth street and had many relatives here His funeral took place Monday afternodn from the Cathedral The funeral of Charles W Leppert a well known West End carpenter who died last week in Pittsburg took place Sunday morning from St Georges church Rev Father Weiss conducting the last sad rites FASHIONS FOIBLES I Tailor gowns still blossom out slowly but persistently with their warning that tall is at hand Already waist manufacturers are scouring the country for girls who can do machine and hand embroidery and dress makers are offering large wages to em broiderersThe and Eton have been over done and the new longer skirted coats are particularly adapted to short skirts because in effect they diminish the already short skirt length Wedgewood blue appears in manyof the fall fabrics In felt it makes some of the milliners most charming early mod els and the woman with the muddy complexion must beware of it for it is a trying shade Scarfs of mousseline chiffon on net are also fairly ubiquitous Drawn from the side seams to the bust and tied there in a knot with long floating ends such a scarf forms almost the sole trimming of many a simple and effective frock Never were so many shaggy zibelines and camels hairs shown and the novelty materials are novel to a degree that is positively awesome Many of the goods are beautiful in texture and some of them are beautiful in color and design Summer is with us yet but the attrac tion of the summer frills and materials has departed and shoppen redfaced and perspiring under shading parasols pass by displays of cool wearables and stand in rapt absorption before heavy cloths and felt hats and warm shirt waists The greens and reds are unquestionably leading as the new goods appear and are more beautiful than in many years past One green that is hardly bunteri nor yet emerald bat a warm G The AcknowledGed cellence Standard of ExI Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another iQEHER SONi 214 Market near Second t WHEN YOU VISIT LIMERICKCALL UPON John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out IEXPERIENCE TRADF Dr ovn inyono senaing a laeten soS a frlvpnt1onton strictly confidential Ilandbo snt free Oldet agency for lecurl- Patents taken tbroub Muuu tipectal notice without charge In tl jftfjfjs uIriIA handsomely llhrttrated weeklr Jnreest etr cuUtlon of any eclentlSe Journal Terms t3 a newsdealeraP4UNN3 Brandt Offlco c35 B1 atWashington DC dearys Exchange 1241 First Street WINES LlQUORSJClGARSJ ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 1 FAHEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop N E Cor Seventh and Market Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3044- AMOORES PLflGE 1621 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS quiet shade between the two appears again and again most frequently in combination with black and has all the qualifications for a prime favorite for it is beautiful inconspicuous easily combined with other colors and should be almost universally becoming RED MENS PICNIC The Sioux Indian Tribe of Red Men will give a grand reunion and picnic at f Phoenix Hill Park next Tuesday The Sioux Tribe is composed of representative men of that district known as 1 Limerickand they promise a good time to all those who attend They have offered a gold watch to the lady selling the highest number of tickets and this is causing quite a spirited rivalry among several young ladies and their friends Misses Emma Lee and Katie Morgan are predicted to run a close race for the prize EARLY FROST The sudden and unexpected change of the weather Tuesday night caused a general bringing out of fall wraps and coats There was quite a heavy frost Wednes day aud Thursday mornings though not much injury was done growing crops principaldamage 1 many years FRENCH LICK SPRINGS MONON ROUTE tersonearthPineNatures own antidote for stomach Jive and kidney troubles Pamphlets free tij addressing A Bacon D P A ilcnc 1 Rowttf Louisville XfI J HfttfvV KEl XD KY I 4IC MihtIC TJ WATHENS mI CREAM fFACTORYI CREAMERY AND BAEERY 629 Eighth Street Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 c Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers etandtelephone 2144 2 r fDANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Doughertyg K66nan II UNDERTAKERS I 1 I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth II TI3LI3PHO1 Tl 22 O2II All Calls llirlage8lli A PeoplerFor Business 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American Cardinals Praises of President McKinley Would Have Highly Adorned Any Oourt by His Virtues Pica to Rally Around Uphold and Sustain Theodore Roosevelt CRUSH OUT THE SERPENT ANARCHY At the memorial services held Thurs day in the Cathedral at Baltimore Cardi nal Gibbons delivered the following sermonIt been my melancholy experience in the course of my sacred ministry to be startled by the assassination of three Presidents of the United States Abra ham Lincoln was shot in 1805 James A Garfield was mortally wounded in 1881 and William McKinley received a fatal wound on September 9 Mr Lin coIn was shot in a theater Mr Garfield was shot while about to take a train to enjoy a needed vacation and our late beloved President fell by the hand of an assassin while lending the prestige of his name and influence to the success of a national exposition- In the annals of crime it is difficult to find an instance of murder so atrocious so wanton and meaningless as the as sassinationof Mr McKinley Some rea son or pretext has usually been assigned for the sudden taking away of earthly rulers Belshazzar the impious King of Chaldea spent his last night in reveling and drunkenness He was suddenly struck dead by the hand of the Lord How different was the life of our chief magistrate No court in Europe or in the civilized world was more conspicuous for moral rectitude and purity or more free from the breath of scandal than the official home of President McKinley He would have adorned any court jri Christendom by his civic virtues Brutus plunged his dagger igtb th heart of Caesar because otVs overweening ambition Whatever may have been the errors of judgment on the part of ot r lace President and who is free from them no man can honestly charge him with tyranny or official corruption The Redeemer of mankind was be trayed by the universal symbol of love If I may reverently make the comparison the President was betrayed by the universal emblem of friendship Christ said to Judas Friend betrayest thou the Son of Man with a kissl The President could have said to his slayer Betrayest thou the head of the nation with the grasp of the hand lie was struck down surrounded by a host of his fellowcitizens every one of whom who would have gladly risked his life in defense of his beloved chieftain Few Presidents were better equipped than Mr McKinley for the exalted posi tion which he filled When a mere youth he entered the Union army as a private soldier during the civil war and was promoted for gallant service on the field of battle to rank of Major He served his country for fourteen years in the halls of Congress and toward the close of his term he became one of the most conspicuous figures in that body He afterward served his State as Governor As President he was thoroughly con versant with the duties of his office and could enter into its most minute details His characteristic virtues were courtesy and politeness patience and forbearance masterly selfcontrol under very trying circumstances When unable to grant a favor he had the rare and happy talent to disappoint the applicant without offend ing him The domestic virtues of Mr McKinley were worthy of all praise He was a model husband Amid the press ing and engrossing duties of his official life he would from time to time snatch a few moments to devote to the invalid and loving partner of his joys and sorrows Oh what a change has come over this woman Yesterday she was the first lady of the land today she is a discon solate and brokenhearted widow Let us beseech Him who comforted the widow of Naim that He console this lady in her hour of desolation It is a sad reflection that some fanatic or miscreant has it in his power to take the life of the head of the nation and to throw the whole country into mourning It Wall no doubt this thought that in spired some writers within the last few days to advise that the President should henceforth abstain from public receptions and handshaking and that greater pro tection should be given his person You might have surrounded him with cohorts defended with bayonets and have him followed by Arguseyed de tectives and yet he will not be proof against the stroke of the assasssin Are not the crowned heads of Europe usually attended by military forces and yet how many of them have perished at the hand of some criminal No let the President continue to move among his people and take them by the hand The strongest shield of our chief magistrate is the love and devotion of his fellowcitizens The most effective way to stop such crimes is to inspire the rising generation with greater reverence for the constituted authorities and a greater horror for any insult or injury to their person All seditious language should be suppressed Incendiary speech Is too often an in eeritive to criminal acts on the part of many to whom the transition from words to deeds is easy Let it be understood once for all that the authorities are determined to crush the serpent of anarchy wherever it lifts- itaveaomomtbMd We Save prayed for the Praddettts r 1 life but it did not please God to grant our petition Let no one infer from this that our prayers were in vain No fer vent prayer ascending to the Throne of Heaven remains unanswered Let no one t say what a lady remarked to me on the occasion of President Garfields deathI I have prayed she said for the I Presidents life My family have prayed for him our congregation prayed for him the city prayed for him the State prayed for him the nation prayed for him and he died What then Is the use of prayer God answers our petitions either die rectly or indirectly If He does not grant us what we ask He gives us some thing equivalent or better If He has not saved the life of the President He preserves the life of the nation which is of more importance than the life of an individual lIe has infused into the hearts of the American people a greater reverence for the head of the nation and a greater abhorrence of assassination He has intensified and energized our love of country and our devotion to our politi cal institutions What a beautiful spectacle to behold prayers ascending from tens of thousands of temples throughout the land to the Throne of Mercy Is not this universal uplifting of minds and hearts to God a sublime profession of our faithand trust to Him Is not this national appeal to heaven a most eloquent recognition of Gods superintending providence over us And such earnest andunited prayers will not fail to draw down upon us the blessings of the Al mightyThe President is dead Long live the President William McKinley has passed away Theodore Roosevelt succeeds to the title the honors and the responsibilities of the Presidential office Let his fellowciti zens rally around him Let them uphold and sustain him in bearing the formid able burden suddenly thrust upon him May he be equal to the emergency and fulfill his duties with credit to himself and may his administration redound to the peace and prosperity of the American people REASONS WHY The DemocratlcTlcketSeems to Have the Best of the Situation The Kentucky Irish American this week prints the Democratic municipal toedo so during the campaign From Grainger for Mayor down to Constable in the smallest country district the ticket is an excellent one men of all parties conceding this That this ticket will be elected isi already conceded even by the leading Republicans That a ticket is popular and has every indication of winning is no reason why any jour nal should support it But the Kentucky Irish American has reasons for favoring the Democratic nominees this year In the first place they are all men of affairs Mr Grainger has lived here all his life He has been a workingman or the friend of workingmen He is an allaround business man and will be a progressive Mayor That he will be elected by a majority of from 0000 to 10000 is con ceded even by his opponents The people of Louisville have had some experience with mongrel Councils and Mayors in recent years The last General Council which was elected on lines similar to the principles advocated by the present Republican nominees will forever be remembered Their official acts speak for themselves Nearly a dozen of them were indicted for high crimes and misdemeanors and narrowly escaped the penitentiary The Sapp ticket now presented in opposition to the Democrats is built on the same lines It occurs to us that no selfrespecting man can support the Sapp ticket if he knows i of the inside schemes which these Councilmen and Aldermen named by Sapp will try to get through the Council if they are successful Without presuming to dictate or advise our readers we would say that it would be good policy to follow the example of distinguished Republicans and independ ents like Charles Dalian Hon Augustus E Willson George D Todd Andrew Cowan and others and scratch the Republican ticket this fall The ticket nom inated by Sapp has been discredited al most everywhere and it is hard to calcu late where the support will come from unless it is from the clique which Hon Augustus E Willson once designated as midnight assassins and assassins are not popular just now especially since the death of the President SERIOUSLY INJURED Joseph Welch well known in the East End sustained serious injuries to his foot last week He is employed by the L N and while in the performance of his duties a rail fell on his foot crush ing the instep While the member may be saved it will be some time before he can resume work JERRY IS HAPPY The happiest man on the police force is Officer Jerry OLeary His cheerful home has been blessed by the arrival of a lovely girl baby who the gallant officer declares is the prettiest little miss in the East End In honor of her arrival a big reception was held at the family residence 829 East Walnut street ABOUT QETHSEMANI ABBEY Our picture this week is the interior of the monks chfrch at Gethsemani abbey Passing through the cloister last weeks picture you inter the right arm of the magnificent cr idform structure which Js Gothic in arch tecture Surrounding the main altar ate seven oUter altars in niches To tfour back is the Fathers choir the atallk running beside each wall a part of them being shown in the foreground of tn i picture Next week we Wbichl8lnjtheme a D HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Another new division has been insti tuted in New Jersey Division 5 of Providence is making preparations for a big fair in December Division 24 of Worcester Mass will celebrate its silver anniversary next monthFully 1000 persons attended the thirty second annual picnic of the order held recently at Paterson N J Division 5 of Salem Mass entertained about 1000 members and friends at its annual dance at tlffe Casino The pretty hall should be thronged on Monday night week when the formal opening and euchre takes place The State President Judge Shine has not been heard from for several months Many are anxiously inquiring hs reasons thereforBeginning with Tuesday night Divisions 1 4and 2 meet in regular order The officers would like to see a large at tendanceDont forget the initiation that takes place on Sunday September 29 All applications for membership should be presented this week Newark Hibernians will install candi dates from the various divisions tomor row when the degree team will work the new ritual for the first time The County Board contemplates the iissuance of an official directory of the membership in Jefferson county This is a step in the right direction The Ancient Order of Hibernians was never more prosperous than now Each division in this city has enjoyed a steady increase in membership during the past three months An exemplification of the degrees was held in Odd Fellows Hall in Boston last Sundayat which representatives from nearly every division in Massachusetts were present The Providence Hibernian Knights scored a big success with their last New port excursion The steamer was taxed to its limits and the Hibernian band furnished the music County President John Dorsey of Syracuse is prominently memtioned as New Yorks next State President The Buffalo Union and Times says he is oue of the most popular Hibernians in the State an uncompromising friend of Irish liberty an allround good fellow and brilliant in many ways Martin Maloney the retiring President of Division 13 of Depew N Y whose sincere and effective work has done much to make the division the grand success jit is today was chosen master of ceremonies of the entertainment following the installation of officers this month His first act was to declare open house1 when a large delegation of ladies was escorted into the hall amid great cheering A superb programme was provided followed by lunch and refreshments FOR KENTUCKY DAY Gov Bockham and Staff to Attend the Interstate Fair All Kentucky will be in Louisville or Monday which has been set apart as Kentucky dayat the Interstate Fair and a special and elaborate programme will be prepared for the occasion Gov Beckham has been asked and will be present with his staff on that day to gether with other State county and city officials Chairman Barry of the Pub licity Committee states that in his opin ion there will be in the neighborhood of 200000 people in Louisville that day On that day a league of commercial organ izations of the States of Tennessee In diana Ohio West Virginia and Kentucky will be formed whose object will be to build up the commercial affairs of each State Kentucky has a number of upto date commercial organizations and they will doubtless accept this opportunity to meet and discuss plans that will be mu tually beneficial The meeting will be heldat the Board of Trade in the morning and the afternoon will be spent at the fair and the midway where will be found unexpected surprises THIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY The thirteenth anniversary of the wed ding of Mr and Mr Alex Leaf was hap pily celebrated Thursday evening at their home 1811 Griffiths avenue They were pleasantly surprised by numbers of their friends who called to tender con gratulations and wish them long life and happiness The occasion was also the birthday of Mrs Leaf who after her sur prise entertained the guests with an elegant and bounteous supper The evening was devoted to vocal and instru mental music and dancing and a general good time Mr and Mrs Leafreceived several handsome mementos of the happy occasion JOINED HIS MOTHER Daniel Quill of 2417 Griffiths avenue has the sympathy of a host of friends in the loss of his infant boy who died Thursday morning This blow falls doubly heavy on the bereaved father who not long ago sustained the loss of his beloved wife The funeral took place yesterday morning and the little fellows remains were laid beside those of his mother in St Johns cemetery MAY PROVE FATAL Henry Kraft eightyfour years of age the oldest machinist employed by the L EastIfracture of the leg 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