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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k f t SaL cc t r sv5r AMERICAN VOLUME VILNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS SOCIAL WORKS Father Cuthborts Great Paper Fits American Condi tions Excellently Read at the Recent Catholic Truth Conference in England Object of All Social Work Is Moral and Religious Regeneration THE PRINCIPLES THAT HOLD GOOD The Religious Aspect of Social Works was the subject of a paper by the Rev father Cuthbert O S C F read at the recent Catholic Truth Con Terence at NewcastleonTyne England and is pronouuced one of the most not able among the many presented BP cause of its application to American con ditions we present the following portions- In the first place It is useless for any one to attempt to better the condition of his neighbors unless his own personal life is fashioned on sound social princi ples In the apostolate of social work as in every other apostolate reform and betterment must begin with ones self Of what use is it to establish clubs or take part in any effort to brighten and ameliorate the life of the multitude if ones personal and private action is ruled by selfishness and false principle For example would it not be a farce for a man to endow hospitals while at the same time he systematically sweats his workman and starves that workmans children The same principle bolds good In every form of social work It is use less to endeavor to better the lot of the poor and starved unless he at the same time takes care to avoid encouraging conditions which bring about the wretch edness and degradation of the poor The first requirement of the social worker therefore is a high sense of justice and charity as the rule of his own personal action otherwise what he builds up with one hand he will destroy with the other And this case of justice and charity must be no vague sentiment but a practical- Workingprinclple I leading him to cOIl sider whether be himself is as just and thoughtful in his personal dealings with others as he might be and to take pains to know the effect of this action on the lives and fortunes of others Thus to 1 take an instance The woman who does social work or is interested in it how does she deal with her own dressmaker Is her first thought to get her dress made as cheaply as possible without consider lug whether the cheapest price is a fair price for the labor as well as the material and is she one of those who are con stantly worrying her dressmaker and wanting her dress made at an inconveniently I short notice After all the root ofall social evil is personal selfishness and thoughtlessness and whoever would do really honest t social work must begin at home in their own personal life and take away the selfishness and thoughtlessness there then and then only should they attempt to wipe away the effects of the selfishness and thoughtlessness of others Another condition of honest social work is that itI must be founded in sympathy and under taken from a sense of duty It is to be feared that not unfrequently people mshI into social work from hardly any other higher motive than the mere love of excitement Going among the poor andI playing the reformer isu new sensation so it is eagerly taken up for a while and after a while dropped No wonder that such people have brought a certain amount of discredit to social work They went among the poor as men go to a zoological garden and enjoy the sensation of distributing biscuit and watching the antics of an inferior creation When they got bored they returned homeI leaving in the minds of the inferior creaI tion a sense of injustice and a whole some contemptfor such butterfly reform ers Now nobody has any right to Inter fere in the lives of other people except they be moved by genuine sympathy and a sense of human fellowship The real social worker must be one who is con scious of his moral relationship to his less fortunate fellows and is convinced that it is his duty to share their burden He must feel that in some measure his fellowmans life is his own life and that in giving the helping hand he is but ful filling a simple duty of loving his neigh bors as himself There must be no arro gant condescension no superior pity but simply the charity of Christ who made Himself one with us all in order to save all What was the secret of the power of St Vincent de Paul but the great saving sympathy which made him enter into the lives of the poor and unfortunate as though their life was his own This sympathy it was which gave him such deep understanding of the needs of the poor Had so enabled him to be in every truth their friend and helper Without this sterling sympathy no permanent good can ever be effected But where there U sympathy good will assuredly mtik And the good resulting will not be only on the aide of those who are belptrtoo1FWilt enlarge the heart sad develop the I c SCHOOL BUILDINGS A GTHSEMANI ABBEYII fttI HI I I tH I I I I I 11m I 1 i I a character of the worker and so he will gain even more than he gives Finally whoever would become a socialworker must remember that all good efficient work is great measure the result of character and proceeds from his very soul The priest who would fulfill his ministry as he ought must cultivate a priestly character and a priestly habit of soul if he neglect this he will fail in his work The same principle applies to the social worker The ultimate object of all social work is moral and religious regeneration It is to raise men out of their material or even brutal existence Into that which is human and spiritual But what spiritual influence can any man have who neglects his own spiritual life The social worker therefore must be a religious man in the proper sense of the word he must be one who takes care of his own soul and who knows hoW to pray There is a tendency at the present day to undervalue prayer as part of a mans religious life There are those I who flippantly tell us that to work is to pray In one sense that is true if the work is done in the spirit of prayer with a sense of dependence on God But how is this spirit of prayer to be acquiredex cept by separating ones self from time to time from the worries and cares of life and bringing ones self into special communion with God Jesus Christ our Master retired at times from the crowd to pray to His Father in quiet and seclu Mon That is the example every social worker must follow if he would do Christ like work We must not forget that all our power for good comes from God and it is need ful not to forget God If we would really benefit our religion Moreover the habit of prayer will more than anything else prevent the social worker from becoming intolerant and pharisaical and this is a danger against which every reformer or apostle has to be on his guard 0 Lord I am not as other mini is too often written broadly on the faces of your cru saders and reformers But the true Apostle of Christ is as humble and simple of soul as he is patient and steadfast but whilst he walks among men he walks in the presence of God To sum up briefly it is the duty of every Catholic to do his part in bringing about greater justice and charity in the worldwhether by economic legislation or by private or voluntary endeavor This is a universal duty incumbent upon all But for those who have leisure or who have opportunity there is a specia- lapostolateto redeem those who whether by their own fault or the fault of others have fallen from what a man and a Christian ought to be The voice of Christ calls out for helpers in this work but whoever would help must come to the work in the spirit of Christ they must be sincere and consistent in their own lives they must be sympathetic with those they would help above all they must walk constantly in the presence of God and know how to seek iu prayer the strength and guidance neces sary for their work- PROMISED FINE PROGRAMME Chairman Thomas Quinn promises a fin programme for the coming social ttieethut of Diviekm 3 which will be held eveningOctolser J ENCOURAGING Outlook For Success of Demo= cratic Ticket Grows Brighter Republicans Are Crying Fraud Which is Evidence of Weakness Those Who Were Absent From City or Were 111 May Register THE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE PLEASED As the municipal campaign draws to a close it becomes more evident that Charles F Grainger will be elected Mayor by from 5000 to 7000 majority and that all his associates on the ticket will win with him The Republican Campaign Com mittee virtually gave up the fight this week when its Chairman gave notice that 7000 registered Democratic voters would be challenged and that the election would be contested No sane man believes that 700 voters are illegally regis tered much less 7000 The cry of fraud this early in the campaign is a sure evi dence of weakness The registration was small from the fact that both sides con ceded the election of Grainger from the beginning it being very well understood that the Sapp committee was only trying to save two or three men on the ticket who are running for minor offices The investigation of the alleged illegal registrations will begin on Monday In the meantime notices are being sent out to reputable citizens that their right to vote is to be questioned in the courts This is clearly for the purpose of intim idation and may have effect on a few who are not manly enough to assert their rights The report is also being cir culated that the United States Court may investigate this election when it is well known that the Federal court has no jurisdiction except when a Congressman is running and never Inp municipal election Even if the Federal court had jurisdiction the Democrats would have nothing to fear The members of the various union labor organizations are taking more in terest in this campaign than ever before and many advocates of the cause are captains of the various precincts for the Democrats to bring out the vote The Campaign Committee held a meet ing Thursday and went over the entire ground receiving reports from every quarter These reports indicated the election of Grainger by a larger majority than was at first claimed for him All the committee now has to guard against fis overconfidence and an organization will be completed to bring out the full vote Those who did not register on October 1 2 orB can do so on the special proqWed n M1 were too ill to go to the polls on these days J r REJOICING IN ENDERSON i Roy Edward J Lynch Now Pastor of Holy Name Church The Catholics of Henderson are rejoicing over the appointment of Rev Father Edward J Lynch who for several years past has been at the Cathedral in this city to the vacant rectorship of Holy Name church caused by the death of the late Father Tierney Father Lynch is one of the most zealous as well as popu lar priests in the Louisville diocese and many there arc here who will miss his kindly ministrations The Catholics of t FATHER EDWARD LYNCH Henderson are to be congratulated upon this wise selection by their revered Bishop While all will regret his de parture from the Cathedral the hest wishes and prayers of those who had the good fortune to know him will follow for his success in his new field of labor Father Lynch is a priest whom it is a delight to know and honor and we pre dict that the success that has marked his past career will also follow for Holy Name church KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS The Knights of Columbus of tbiscity are preparing for another grand initiation of new membersw ich is pet for alate date in November Louisvilles council is now recognized as one of the strongest and most influential in the order and embraces in iits membership nearly all of our leading and repr entative Catholic citizens The Knigh of Columbus seem destined to become tie greatest organiza tion of Catholics lla America being all that its name implies and established on sound principles BISHOPS JUBILEE Many of our readers may not be aware of the fact that the olden jubilee of our beloved Bishop oc urs on October 0 1002 Besides him land Monsignor Bou chat we have been informed that two others of th4 LpuiBville dioccfe are nea the tilt fyesr imwkj AWFUL DEATH Two Men the VIotinis oTlttf TZx ploslon at Druil11ondj Foundry Bud Horan arid Jacob Schultz Caught IIu Death Trap and Killed Looks Like the Awful Catastro phe Was the Result of Negligence TWO HAPPY HOMES CAST IN GLOOM Last Wednesday morning at the Drum mond Manufacturing Companys plant on West Main occurred one of the sad dest catastrophes ever chronicled in these columns by which Nicholas Horan a young boy just budding into manhood and Jacob Schultz the father and only support of a family lost their lives with out a moments warning The fatal accident was caused by the explosion of what appears to have been a defective exhaust pipe Nicholas Horan aged fifteen known best among his young friends as Bud and Jacob Schultz were in a closet alongside and under which ran the exhaust pipe It appears that about 10 oclock the engineer turned a full head of steam on and a second later the pipe gave way at the closet containing the two unfortunates neither of which had a moments warn ing The steam rushed through the floor and opening of the building and literally boiled Horan to death before he had any chance whatever to escape The steam was of such force that he was thrown In to a pit where his body was found It was immediately taken to Dougherty Keenans where it was tenderly prepared for its sad homecoming Schultz man aged to make his escape but died from his injuries Wednesday night The Coroners inquest had not taken place when this was written This awful affair should be given the fullest investi gation that the blame if any there be may be placed where it belongs The management of the foundry claims that the accident was entirely unavoidable Bud Horan was a youth of great prom ise and resided with his parents Mr and Mrs James Horan at 1575 Bank street who were prostrated when notified of the terrible fate that had befell their boy Among his associates and the boys of the neighborhood In which he lived he was a recognized leader respected by young and old for his manly bearing and exemplary conduct His funeral took place Friday morning from St Patricks church and the large concourse that followed the remains attested the deep sorrow felt at his untimely d Jacob Schultz the other victim was removed frond the University Hospital 1328rFrtnkfort avenue sphere the remains n o j were met by his griefstricken family andII neighbors There was a manifest gloomjj over the entire community as it was at first reported there was a chance for his recovery His funeral took place from StsJosephs church where another large c concourse of sorrowing friends gathered at the solemn servicescThere should be a more frequent examination i of exhaust pipes in all ourc manufacturing establishments and never should an engineer turn the whole Corcett of a large boiler through a small pipe astt is said to haVe been done In this case Young Horans father expressed himself quite vigorously but without bitterness upon this feature of the awful affair andII believes that had proper inspection been made his son would have still beenII lliving SEWING CIRCLE I Twelve Hundred Ladles Work ing For St Anthonys HospitalIi Under the guidance of Mrs John Wal ters Mrs Frank Geher and other well known Christian ladies the St Anthony Sewing Circle has met with phenomenal success and now numbers over 1200I members yet we regret to say there are some who have not responded to the invitation to assist iu this noble work of charity Already hundreds of streets pillow cases etc have been made by these good women who each contribute ten cents a week toward procuring this necessary equipment Thus far guaran tees have been received from organiza tions and well known citizens for furnishing forty rooms where their unfortunate members and friends will be received The next meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs Matthias Foschinger 021 East Main street on Thursday October 24 when it is hoped every con gregation in the city will be represented APPOINTED POLICEMEN The friends of Peter Maloney and John Fitzgerald are highly pleased with the action of the Board of Safety in appointing them to positions of the police force as both will make good officers Officer Maloney was formerly a member but was one of the tin let out some months ago because of the action of the General Council In cutting the appropriation for the police department SPLENDID PROGRESS Splendid progress is being made in the erection of the new St Edwards Hos pital in New Albany Not ouly the Catholics but large numbers of Protest ants are aiding and encouraging the good Franciscan Sisters in their undertaking to provide a house for the unfortunate sick and injured of Southern Indiana It is now expected that the exterior work will be completed and the building under roof in about three weeks This struct ure will be a lasting monument to the Christian and charitable spirit of the Catholics of our sister city and for its success the Sisters will be much very much indebted to Rey Father Kelly of Holy Trinity and Dma Faller of St MaryV rc Ph GRAND BAZAR General Mooting of Ladles and Gentlemen Tomorrow Night Final Arrangements Almost Completed For Orphans Fair Only One More Week Remains For the Preliminary Work OFFER HANDSOME SOUVENIR BOUT A large and representative meeting of members of the twentyone English speaking Catholic churches of Louisville is looked for tomorrow night at St Francis Hall at the Cathedral when matters that will have a direct bearing upon the success of the coming grand3 hazar for the orphans of this diocese must be acted upon The ladies haves j been holding separate meetings for some 1 time past with very gratifying results j and their work already exceeds all ex peclations Besides the Executive Com 4 wider and Press Committee have been cj very busy aud nothing has been over i looked that would lend interest to this most worthy undertaking President r OBrien and Secretary Doyle now feel confident that this bazar will prove thef1 grandest ever held here surpassing Jal Li every respect all previous efforts in t fdirection by any body of people But one mote week remains in which p to arrange all the details for the bazar aud in view of this fact it was deemed arvisable to call a general meeting tomor row night of Catholics interested in secur ing a new and suitable home for the fatherless children opportunitylearn what work remains for them to per form and an arrangement of all minor t details that all may move smoothly from the opening All who have books should also report at this meeting reaelyCorsomely printed souvenir tneifcasial history of the St Vincent de Paul 0 1 lum with short but interestin of thedifferent Catholic churches a leading educationall institutions of this city This little book will contain much interesting matter and will be taken td every Catholic home A limited numbe of pages have been set aside for advej tisements the value of which is appar to all merchants and business mJ Those who are soliciting for this Am are urged to bring In their copy imme atelyas it all must be In the hands the printer within a few days There was a fair attendance at th meeting of gentlemen at St Franci Hall last Sunday evening when Presi dent Edward J OBrien called upot Monsignor Bouchet to open the proceed ings with prayer After the reading oi the minutes the Chairman called for re ports from each of the parishes nearly al responding in a way that gave great en couragement The representatives oft e Holy Name parish aroused much enthuk lasm when they announced the gift from toe Lorettan Sisters of the artistic and valuable surplice which Holy Name had generously placed at the disposal of the Executive Committee of the clergy who decided that books should be issued to each congregation and they will be cred ited with whatever returns they make thereon For the Executive Committee Chairman Feely reported progress as did alsj Chairman Bernard Kavanagh for tkP Press Committee Messrs Kirwan S berg and Sohan reported for their j leagues and it js intimated that t booths will be both unique and han some Liederkranz Hall will doubtless brilliancyeluringproached and for which the ladies young and old are making speciall prcj parationsBut snore meetings remain before the opening and it is there beurgethata large attendance gentle men at each There certainly has been many valuable and handsome articles donated and only one more thing re mains to be done to Insure a grand sue cesSthat is to arouse enthusiasm ani bring out big crowds nightly who wi be sure of muchenjoyment- The names of the maids and matron who will preside at the booths andr freshment tables have not yet been at nounced but the list will include map of our most lovely and attractive wr Just previous to adjournmei decided to provide the ladle apdissuea sum ol twentyfive cents President OBrie said all committees should meet tomor appreeiationalso that all Chairmen of subcommittee must be present EUCHRE AND DANCE Trinity Council V M I will emit tain its friends with a euchre and dance at the club house on East Gray street next Wednesday evening Handsome prizes will be awarded and refreshmeuiJ served following which the floor will gIvedanclnioclock i e y t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NNIINIIINN Mvotcd to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans Publir2ierWILX4XA1 1p SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Btttored at the Louisville Postottlce as SecondClass Matter I f iMieisaX CoumailciHom to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Greta Street 0 0 o CO CI s I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1901 II DEMOCRATICCITY t MayortFor City Tax Receiver JAMES B BROWN For City Auditor CHARLES NEUMEYER 1 1ForCity B Treasurer CAMP For Judge Police Court r JOHN fitcCANN 4For Clerk Police Court ALP V OLOHAM For Bailiff Police Court WILLIAM BOSLER For Prosecuting Attorney Pollee Court ROBERT J HAGAN For County Judge JAMES P GREGORY ForCommonwealthsAUorneyJOSEPfi For County Attorney SAMUEL B KIRBY For County Jailer JOHN R PFJUAN2 t For Sheriffy E T SCHMITT For County Clerk W J SEMONIN For Coroner DR HARRIS KELLY For County Assessor BENSON O HERR ISurveyorIFor County School Superintendent L J STIVERS STATE SENATORS lilrtyBlxth Dlstrictl SfMcNUTT Thlrtyelghth Dfotrlct4V U WELLJ3R JR FOR BEPBESENTATIVES Fortyfourth District HERMAN D EWCOMB tarty Afth District JOHN M LET RLE ftrtyBlxth DIstrlctJOHN YOUNG arty seventh District LAWRENCE EICHERT Forlyelehth District JAMES P ED VARDS Fortyninth DistrictH P McDONALD Fiftieth DlstrlctMICHAEL BURKE Flftynrst DlstrlctTHOS DREWRY FOR ALDERMEN Abner Harris Henry 8 Colin Nathan IM Ur G Wallace Erabry Harry Welsslnger T J OBryan ty J OHearn Humphrey Knecht fe B Gilbert James B Smith James J Fitzgerald Paul C Earth FOB COUNCILMEN First WardJohn Baron and Augustus J BlzoU Second Ward Barnhard Buckle and TVllliam P Schwartz Third WardA J Domeck and T J YeagerFourth WarllIenry Seller and J New ton Shepard Fifth War c C Early and Madison B Seville L Sixth Ward Samuel S Buts and Chas Greerventh WardUpton W MuIr and hank S Cook Eighth Ward Alvah 1+ Terry and Ar aur Board Ninth Ward Albert S Smith and Lee CohnTenth WardFred J Hummel and W EPalmoreEleventh WardHerman Christen and Julius E Blerach Twelfth WardJ W Drake and Au gustus Miller FOR SCHOOL TRXJSTEfE First WardSoSnodgTass Second and Third WardsCharles A LangFourth and Fifth Wards Morn inifstar Sixth and Seventh WordsGavin H Cochran Eighth and Ninth WardsDr J W Galvin Tenth WardDr R E Galvin Eleventh and Twelfth WardsJoseph B Atkinson FOR PARK COMMISSIONERS en John B Castleman iula Seelbach- QoWleb Layer FOR MAGISTRATES Flrsl DtstrJota C Shadburn Second DistrictDavid McKinley Third DlstricitCharlea J Fegenbush Fourth DUtrlc J P Shively Fifth District John N Velten Sixth District Ed Mcglerory Seventh J ltrlotJpe Keyer Eighth DUtrlcbJona M Adams roa OOJralA1 LX First DUtrictHuro SchuUz a Second DistrictJordan Floore Thlr4 DistrictConrad Xalwr Fourth DtetrictCliarl H HUbert tiiItih NwfrroCTi lJC Hoffmaa tIsfrtcWoseph theft II tn J lrrctlDdwardOCODOrI- Ji8trlct bn Kavaaaugtt 0 I WHAT LABOR fS WORTH Mr Borden the millionaire mill owner of Fall River Mass who refused to join other mill owners in a 15 per cent reduction of wages and prevented such reduction has again put the mill owners combi nation in a hole by voluntarily granting his employes a 5 per cent advance in wages causing the em ployes of other mills to demand a similar advance This indicates that Mr Borden places a 20 per cent higher value on labor than all the other cotton mill owners in New England That he is guided by fairness and sound business policy is attested by the fact that he has always paid the highest wages worked the shortest hours treated his employes with every considera tion with the result that from a small beginning he has become wealthy and the owner of the larg est cotton mills in the country has never had a strike or trouble with his labor nor been forced to tide over periods of depression or finan cial stringency His course has resulted profitably to himself and a111 having business with him The course of all the other New Eng land cotton mill owners has been widely different as have the results Mr Borden evidently regards labor as any other commodity he buys the best is the cheapest he wants the best and willingly pays what it is worth and runs his entire business on the same basis Such an employer never lacks efficient and trustworthy employes his em ployes value their situations and other workmen are eager to aban don other employers to work for him It is strange that all employers can not see the item of labor in this way but they dont Their ideas of economy are wrong they can not afford to pay the higher wages the few cents difference per day amounts to dollars in a year that shocks theni to stolidity against all argument and paralyzes their rea soning Yet they have only to look about them to see that the employers who give labor the shortest hours and highest wages have the best workmen and are most pros perous The laborer is worthy of his hire the best laborer is worth more and is cheaper at the price than the inefficient and irresponsible laborer OOM PAULS OPINION In reference to reports concerning the health and opinions of President Kruger of the Boer republic a Brussels correspondent writes that his health is good that the Boers do not wish the intervention of other powers in the South African war and that the British position is hopeless and can not be maintained Oom Paul Kruger ought to know about those things and the situation in South Africa seems to sustain his view The war has been going on for over two years When it began the conceded British territory in- Cluded Cape Colony Natal Zulu land and all the country to the Orange Free State border on the north During two years of fight ing costing over 150000000 nearly 50000 men killed and wounded the British the first year advanced through the Orange Free State to Pretoria from Cape Town They have never been able to reach Pretoria from Natalt and thus es tablish another line of communica tion and supplies from Ladysmith and neutral territory and cut off this source of foreifa supplies to the Boers The British Have lost more ground iu the put year than they gainedintbefiratTbt hold the railroad from Cape Town to Pretoria and must hold or be driven by lack of supplies to leave South Africa and the intermediate towns with Mafcking Ladysmith and some smaller stations and iit requires a force of over 200000 to hold their position They have not for months made a successful ag gressive move and are really on the defensive against the roving Boers who go when and where they will have shifted the war to the British territory of Zululand and Cape Col ony and often appearing within sight of British outposts at Cape TownThe Boers are in control of South Africa outside the British garrisons and the British seem to know nothing pi their strength or movements Hence the scarcity of news and the silence of the British Government officials and press about the South Africa situation British successes in South Africa are longed for but seem to be only a lingering memory British reverses in South Africa have become monotonous though the censor and reticent Lon don officials smother most of them in the War Office out of sight of even Parliament It is only when they are soserious they can not be concealed from news correspondents that the public hear of them and then weeks after the London War Office reluctantly admit them and the press publish the revised reports withexplanations Paul Kruger never given to bombast or rainbow chasing seems to have the facts to back him in his estimate of the British position in South Africa and British public opinion is growing in the same di rection and finally the reply of the Ministry for War to the request for the convening of Parliament that Parliament would not be called till January may be construed to mean that the Ministry have a doubt of their ability to convince Parliament that Paul Krugers opinion of the British situation in South Africa is not correct Sir Thomas Lipton did not lift the cup but the American yachts men knew they had a race All Americans rejoice at Sir Thomas failure since it attests the continuance of American superiority in yachts and yacht sailing but all admire and praise the pluck and gentlemanly courtesy not the least diminished by defeat of Sir Thomas and his companions They accept their defeat gracefully and with compliments to their rivals for their fairness and gentlemanly conduct None cheered the victor more en thusiastically than did Sir Thomas and his friends on the Erin and the Americans greeted the Sham rock with cheers screaming whis tles ringing of bells and booming oft cannon for her grand race and close finish Sir Thomas though twice beaten is not vanquished but will likely try again as he says If the cup is to be lifted I am determined t to lift it In this we all wish the plucky Irishman success for IF the cup is to be lifted we would rather Sir Thomas did it than anyone else- Despite the secrecy and evasion of the Ministry the fact is known that the British Government will have a deficit at the end of the year of at least 70000000 notwith standing the new consol issue of 60000000 The effect upon all trade and financial interests in Eng land is uncertainty apprehension criti1ciimgives impetus to the sentiment against continuing that policy in south Africa which costs about 6000000 monthly and seems to produce only disaster with no pros pect of improvement There are rumors of conferences and agreements between the Euro pean powers and the alleged pur poses of all are antiEnglish to the chagrin and worry of the London officials and press but then it may be that the English authorities and editors are a trifle overstwpi ciouIThefact that they are not Jlet into these international confab- sindicatethati England is being iignored in matters affecting the r- U I future of the European powers not one of which seems to care anything about her The report that Emperor William of Germany received a request from the Czar to unite in asking the retirement of Lord Salisbury from the British Premiership and a ces sation of the war in South Africa and showed the letter to the British Minister in Berlin is hardly cred ible The Kaiser would not be guilty of such a breach of inter national propriety or if so he would certainly not be so devoid of judgment as to allow it to be known The report is doubtless a fake Sir Thomas Lipton is an Irish man who by pluck industry and perseverance has risen to wealth and title His success has not turned his head he is Irish and proud of it his yachts all bear Irish names though his racing yachts which give the Americans the hardest and closest races of fifty years were entered in the name of an English yachting club as the conditions of these races re quireIi When a fellow escapes the peni tentiary on the technical plea that the money he embezzled belonged to an unincorporated association he may be said to have had a close callbut as it involves only the true blue patriots we have noth ing to say Let em settle it When public officials sworn to uphold and support the constitution and laws of the State disregardand act in defiance of the decree of the highest State courtt what can we expect of the people There is too much politics andf not enough regard for law andpub lic welfare in affairs at the City Hall and this applies to officials of both political pastie- sTHEATRICALS Superba the new twentieth century pantomime spectacle which the Hanlon Brothers are presenting this season and coming next weeks to the Avenue is by all odds the best and most complete entertainment of ts kind ever put upon the American stage From a purely spectacular viewpoint it surpasses any thing which those Ingenious and fertile managers and producers have hitherto provided its transformations and tableaux being beautiful beyond description An unusually bright attraction is under lined at week in Louis RobiesKnickerbockers With this show will appear the celebrated eight Coruallas without doubt the greatest vaudeville feature in America also the Simpsons the premeir musical artists Dailey and Vokes clever sketch artists Frey and Fields the dancing marvels the Hilton brothers the comedy jugglers and the Kummins trio in their laugh able skit Wanted a Husband The company also includes a coterie of the handsomest girls that ever tripped the light fantastic in the merry glare of the footlights The Marcella Minstrel Company will give a minstrel performance and dance at- ltusic Hall next Wednesday evening This club is composed of some of the bet known young men in the East End and is headed by Messrs Golden and Grove who will sing illustrated songs to some of the finest views ever seen in Louisville Messrs Clines aud Corrigan will also do one of their uptodate turns entitled Bell Boys This team will be trengthetied by the addition of Charles Parsons who is a comedian of the first class There will be several other good turns Including the Fords club swing performanceThere will be thirty singers in the first part and those who attend are guaranteed a good time by themewbersof the comp pangA Wifes Peril Sardous great comedy drama a play which has won the undoubted approval of the press and pubic will be next weeks offering by- the Meffert Stock Company at the Temple Theater This play has made a decided impression in the leading theaters of the country and its presentation here will be looked to with interest And here it may not not be amiss to say that white other theaters may be uncertain quantities nobody thinks of missing 11 week at the Temple these days Pro grammes that are par excellence with attractions the most noteworthy in vaudeville history have done this Next weeks vaudeville eatures include Flor ence Townsend tl e premier dancer and lignani Family o musical barbers The olyacope is now In spleneid working order and wit show pictures of President i iv funeral A Wifes Peril iIs well suddd to the members of the Meffert Stock Company and an ex client production and fine stage setting are assured ITALIAN EALL MONDAY The event of th year among the Italian Mottdar1delUl ball of the Italia Broihecbood will b- eateaTbeIe ballavare always patron rNdbyour bat citizens and thieI years affair which kilt the hands of young JIIel10f the highest social ataading Momisetoeclipae its predececaora n FATHER DAMIEN On Molokais dismal island the land of moans and sighs Where the poor afflicted leper is placed- to pine away and die And there behind thy mighty cliffs with in the torrid zone The poor unfortunate leper had to bear his cross alone It was there that Father Damien an apostle of his time Resolved to help them bear their cross upon that lonely isle And leaving all that made life dear and in his Saviours name He passed out upon Molokal island to neer return again For years he labored faithfully as the shepherd of that fold To try and ease their misery and give comfort to their souls When lot a blight came oer his life and in his very prime Father Damien himself became a leper upon that lonely isle And as he lay upon his dying couch be neath the tropic sun With patience he raised his voice and said Thy will not mine be done Oh mighty Rome on Tibers banks whose deeds did always slime The depository of martyrs and of saints from every land and clime Thou last produced Patrick St Vincent and a Paul Boniface Xavier and Clovis of the Gauls Thy sons in every age and time responded- to thy call And in Gods name they knew no fear but went where duty called And there out upon that leper isle in the great Hawaiian chafn Father Damien won his martyrs crown in the Great Jehovahs name PATRICK FINRGAN BS 3S9SSSS 9SS S- SSsociety John Welsh and James Casey of Mt Sterling visited the city the first part of the week Dan Mara the well known Jefferson ville grocer is enjoying a three weeks rest at French Lick Springs Mr and Mrs Dennis A Shanahan and son Dennis are home from Virginia where they spent the summer Mrs Dixie Reilly has returned to her home at Owensboro after a delightful visit with Miss Blanche Weir John S Kelly R H Edelen and Thomas S Moore prominent citizens of Bardstown were in the city Thursday Joseph Hutti has gone to Paducah to accept a position as general agent for the Illinois Central railroad at that point It is rumored that Larry Hord will be married before the holidays us he has been very attentive to a West End belle lately Mr Richard Dougherty left last Sun day for her home in Michigan Cityafter o very pleasant visit with friends in New AlbanyThe prize winners at the euchre given by Mackln Council Thursday evening were Mrs Frank Elvin and Mr J Brucker Miss Addle Blincoe Twentyfirst street spent last week visiting Miss Annie Jack son and other relatives in the vicinity of New Haven Gus Pfou and family arrived home Wednesdayafter a weeks visit in Cin cinnati as the guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Weber Mr Marcus Phillips of Springfield 111 is spending his vacation with Mr Raymond Lynch and family 2443 West Chestnut street Miss Laura Bowling who arrived here last week with Miss Minnie Clark to spend a week visiting friends has retured to her home at New Hope Mrs John W Slack and Mrs Paul Monarch of 1735 First street will enter tain a number of invited friends at a 5 oclock tea on Wednesday afternoon November G John Dillon and daughter Miss Stella Dillon of Birmingham after a weeks visit with friends in New Albany where they formerly resided left for their home last Monday Harry Welsh a welt known young New Albanian and Miss Rose Zellers one of Louisvilles prettiest young women will be married at Holy Trinity church on November 14 We regret to announce that Charles L Jacques is still confined to his home on St Xavier street though his physi cians are now looking fotward to his entire recovery John Barry and daughter of Kansas 111 went home this week after a weeks stay here as the guest of the formers brother Mr Michael Barry of 033 West St Catherine street Miss Josephine Hoertz of 1310 Floyd street who has been seriously ill for some weeks past iis now convalescing This will be welcome news to the young ladys host of admirers and friends F X Pottinger cashier of the Louis ville Henderson St Louis railroad at Owensboro spent Wednesday in this city as the guest of his aunt Mrs Joe P McGinn till West Chestnut street Mrs Dr Charles Moir and Miss Mamie Jacques returned last Saturday from Canada and the PanAmerican Kxpoei lion where tltev had been pleasantly spending the pUt four weeks with friends and relatives t John Bokben awl wife are home from their honeymoon hip laving visited Cincinnati Cleveland Buffalo and other Eastern cfties They are receiving their o if IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- 1DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan JFordRecording Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second aud Foflth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Gilles pieFinancial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Harry Brady 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 TarpeySecondRecording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTreasurerThomas SergeantJohn Keuhey SentinelTimothy Lyons friends at their new home Stith and Myrtle streets Mrs J Henry Hoertz has returnee home from the Adirondacks where she spent the summer months With Mr Hoertz and Miss Gladys Hoertz who met her at Buffalo she spent several days at the PanAmerican Exposition Jphn T Winn one of New Albanys best known citizens and Miss Lillie Chapman were united in marriage Tues day evening by Rev Father Kenney at Holy Trinity rectory The bride is ia charming young lady with a large circle of friends Miss Flora Seiberz the pretty sister of John J Seiberz the druggist has re turned after a three months visit to Boston Mass where she was the guest of her uncle John Odenweller The fair young Kentuckian received much social attention at the Hub and her departure was regretted by many admirers Misses Alice and Letty Gilligan enter tained the Magnolia Club at their home in the Highlands last Tuesday evening The young ladies proved excellent enter tainers the features being vocal and instrumental solos games and dancing followed by an elegant luncheon This was this seasons most enjoyable event for the Highland crowd of young people Never has a prettier wedding been wit nessed in Jeffersonville than that of last Wednesday evening when Miss Ida May Thickstun was married at the home of her parents Capt and Mrs Jonathan Thickstun 119 West Market street to Marion Snook a tobaccoplanter of Emi nence Rev John OConnell rector of St Augustines church officiated Mr and Mrs Snook left for the East on a wedding trip They will reside at Emi nence The bride is a lovely young woman and was a recognized belle throughout Southern Indiana Miss Mamie MacCabe lost her pretty name last Tuesday eveningonly to find another just as pretty She is now called Mrs Tracy Girdler Their wedding was quietly solemnized by Rev Father Raffo at St Charles rectory in the presence of intimate friends of the happy couple who left immediately after the ceremony for a trip to Buffalo and Niagara They will be at home after October 20 at their new house 1711 West Jefferson street The bride is the charming daughter of Lawrence McCabe St Xaxier street and Is one of the most popular girls in the West End Her husband is well known In business circles having been Superin tendent of the Union Cement and Lime Company It was a dazzling autumn suu which shone upon Miss Maggie Joyce the win some and amiable niece of Mrs Tames Wolf last Wednesday when she became the bride of Michael lienehan The marriage ceremony was performed at St Louis Bertranda church Rev Father Justa officiating and was witnessed by a large gathering of friends and well Wishers The ushers were Detective Will Laffeyand Michael Wolf After leaving the church the happy couple were ten dered a reception at their new home Twelfth and Zane streets It was a jolly wedding and the bridegroom was showered with congratulations by nearly the entire populace of Limerick among whom the bride had long been a great favorite Mrs Heflehan had for years resided with Mrs James Wolf her aunt at Eighth and Oldham streets The lucky husband was for years with the Louisville Nashville and is well known in railroad circles FATHER OORADY RETURNS Rev Father J A OGrady the zealous pastor of St Aloysius church has ar- tlved home after a longand well earned vacation and is welcomed by his many friends as wen H by his congregation He Is a hard working and industrious priMtalldi has done much toward e im ovement of his church May w years be long sn4 pro+perous ac fahathisp- arfahionersh many happy events ia the I h 4 TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN A WIFES PERIL A FINE PRODUCTION OF SARDOUS GREAT PLAY OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS Florence Townsend dancing marvel Mignani Family of musical barbers picturesMatinees at 800 Popular PriceslOc 16c 25c 35c and SOc BUCK1NGHAM WEEK SUNDAY COMMENCING MATINEE OCTiI3 MitlmtrSundiy Monday Wednesday Bttnrdty Robies Famous KnickerbockerBurlesquers y A mammoth organization presenting new novel and startling features positively world and without equal Up Stairs Over English Woolen Hill Store One Door Welt ol the Biz Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ar BRQRIN6 DrDr Se PROPRIETOR The Acknowledged Standard ofEx cellence Quick Meal- Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another QEHER SON 214 Market near Second Illinois QUGdiltralICKEST l BEST AND LINE BETW- EENLouisville Memphis ANDJNew OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars SleepersFree Cars Closo Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from Chicago Cincinnati Louisville or Now Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or changelind linyIllinoisw j McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H HansonG ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville FRENCH LICK SPRINGS MONON ROUTE earthPineNatures own antidote fer stomach liver and kidney troubles Pamphlets free by MonaAoint4ZZ 0- D i b I RfAGANJS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Winos Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch VOUR LAST CHANCE ONLY 790FRO- MLouisville to Buffalo AND RETURN VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE Every Tuesday Thurday and Saturday in October Return limit six days in cludingdatepfsale AjTpnJJugati oppor tunityto Visit the PanAmerican Exposition and Niagara Falls Effective October fi round trip tickets to Buffalo and return will be sold every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday in Octo ber at the above extremely LOW RATE good for continuous passage going and returning and to be good in coaches only Return limit on tickets sold on Tuesday leaving Buffalo up to midnight of Sunday following date of sale on tickets sold on Thursday up to midnight of Tuesday following date of sale on tickets sold on Saturday up to midnight of Thursday fol lowing date of sale Call on or write Agents Big Four for full information time of trains circulars of the Exposition etc Warren J Lynch General Passenger aud Ticket Agent W P Deppe Assist ant G P and T A Cincinnati O S J GATES AgentLouisville Ky F BigThe Fou I I Buffdlo Rout toi 1901- PanAmerican ExpositionBig Four Route in connection with LakoShorofIchIgan Southern and New York Central RR offers the finest equipped train service otfrcqucnt in terval to Buffalo from South West M E riyaffs PnslJnl Warm J Lynch Ctnl Fuss Aft Sc1 WPDtpptAOPAClnclllllati S Jii GATES Gin Agent Louisville I BIG FOUR ROUT- Ehi4lnuapolls TO Peoria CHICAGOAND ATA POINTS1 IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION D POT Coc Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE 1foH8FotuthAve- J L J OAIVEaM- MT atittjLoui8me Ky WAMIKN J LYNCH G p A WMP DBPFB AO P Aj CINCINHATIOn n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges It is understood that Col Nolan M P I has tendered his resignation as Chairman of the Galway County Council The strike of the Cork Gatf Companys employes which has lasted since last May terminated Tuesday afternoon an amicable agreement having been arrived at and all the old hands promised employment The severe accident which occurred on the Bandon railway premises Cork by which a man named Daniel Sullivan Boreenmanua road sustained severe in juries through being accideutly crushed terminated fatally on Friday James Murphy J P of Ringmahon died on Monday aged sixtythree from pneumonia after a short illness He had a high social and commercial position in the city He was a Director of the Cork Distillery Company and other enter prisesGeneral regret was expressed in Drog heda on Thursday when it became known that Michael Collins had passed away the previous night at his residence Shop street after a short illness fortified by the last rites of the church of which he was a devoted member Mrs Carleton Moneymore died very suddenly on Saturday morning last The deceased was the widow of the late Thomas Carleton who died some few weeks ago at an advanced age The demise of Mrs Carleton who was highly respected is much regretted The death of Maurice Power at the age of 102 years occurred on Friday in the Croom Union Hospital Up to the evening previous to his demise deceased retained all his faculities and was very healthy Prior to his admission to the Institution he resided on the healthy slopes of farfamed Kuocfierna Mountain At a uieetlhgof thZfiCoiior tion on Thursday night the Mayor presiding a resolution was passed appoint ing a committee to help the Lord Mayor of Cork and the deputation from the Exhibition Committee who are to visit Limerick The Mayors letter in reply to the Lord Mayor of Cork was con demnedAt last regular meeting of the Ballybay Town Commissioners Patrick Connolly presiding the motion of William Balfe changing the name of Albert street to St latrick street was unanimously adopted as was also the motion of Edward Smyth to have the new name put in English and Irish charactersOn last the remains of the late John Dorgan who died some days previously at the age of eightyone were interred at Ballingarry Deceasedwas an evicted tenant having been put out of his farm at Cappenahane in the early days of the Land League His death was deeply regretted by a host of friends by whom he was held in high esteem as a staunch and faithful Nationalist Wednesdayafternoon a fire took place in the haggard of Joseph Patrick Carney at Carlingford County Louth and resulted in the destruction of his entire crop including eighty tons of hay two large ricks of barley and four days threshing of straw Besides these an engine and threshing machine were completely destroyed It is believed the fire was accidentally originated- A public meeting was held Tuesday evening at Ballyboden in favor of the extension of the existing Cruagh and Whitechurch graveyards It was stated that Lord Massy and Gen Davis local landlords were resisting the proposed extension It was pointed out that combination among the people was necessary to defeat their opposition and it was decided to establish a branch of the United Irish League in the district- A sad case of drowning is reported from Coaghey about two miles from Ballybay when on Sunday evening a respectable farmer named Hugh Finnegan found the dead body of his little son Owen aged seven years in a bog hole convenient to the house The father saw the child at the place a snort time before atid finding he had not returned to the house went in search of him It is believed the little fellow accidentally fell in while crossing a narrow ridge between the bog holes Intelligence has reached Nenagh ofa terrible occurrence at Moyne near the village of Templetuoby It appears that on Friday morning two young men named Corbett and Carey were working at Mrs McCormacks yard outside Mbyne when a quarrel arose between them in which the hay forks with which they were working were freely used The fight culminated In Corbett striking Carey on the head with the fork fracturing his skull and inflicting such serious iujuries that his dying depoitlouebad to betaken CprbeUl made hia escape and has not been captured the quarrel it itaaidt originated in a diapHte about a turn oihaud w kh CprtwUt aunt matte over to bhnsgahust her hwbandK wfcb I LOOKOUT FOR THEM Mackin Council Members WantLoad In Kentucky Jurisdiction Quite a lively interest has been awak ened in local Young Mens Institute circles by the efforts now being made by Mackin and Trinity Councils to secure the largest council membership in the Kentucky jurisdfction Last month Mackin initiated a large number of new members and expects to haven class of thirty candidates to put through on the evening of October 29 The exercises upon this occasion will be held at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Mar ket With this increase Mackin will assume the lead even passing Barry Council of Lexington reported one of the strongest numerically and financially in this or any of the adjoining States Trinitys members are not idle however but are working quietly and securing ape plications for every meeting There was a good attendance at Mack ins meeting Tuesday night though only routine business was transacted Will Bannon was reported sick and George Gathof and Jack Raidy were reported im proving A number of applications were presented by the Membership Committee with the gratifying announcement that the next big initiation set for Tuesday evening October 29 at St Anthonys Hall will in every way surpass the last oneGus Weber a well known young man was installed as Second Vice President the position held by the late lamented Mack Raidy There is a general desire among the members to have James J Fitzgerald deliver an address before Mackin Council in the near future The gifted young Irish orator would bring together a gathering of young men such as has never been witnessed before in the West End The date for this event has not yet been settled but due notice will be given through these columns GENERAL COUNCIL Rejects Haagers Nomination and Hold up Police Pay Roll The General Council did a number of things at its meeting Tuesday night that were perplexing and annoying The police pay roll for September was held up in the lower boardou flimsy pretexts presented by President Stern The pay roll had been reported favorably by the committee and the action of Stern was severely criticised many exprest ing the belief that he stands in with the claim shavers who by his contemptible action will be able to draw part of the salaries of these worthy men An attempt was also made to hold up the pay roll of the fire department but this second gouge of men who have earned their money was not successful Mayor Weaver sent in the name of Col Jake Haager late Chief of Police for the vacant place on the Board of Safety caused by the resignation of Chairman Lyons All citizens were ex eluded from the Council chamber while an executive session was held and when the doors were reopened the nomination was unanimously rejected The Council has been legislating on Goose creek and Lakeland sewage and bills amounting to 500 for analyzing their waters is now pending Of course they will be paid without the holdup practiced on the city employes City Attorney Stone has rJjo got in his work He will hereafter be allowed a bookkeeper at a salaryof 1200 an ab stractor of titles who must be a lawyer who will receive 1500 per year and a messenger at 1360 This department is becoming quite expensive Another ordinance affectipg physicians and sur paylicebusiness transacted was unimportant RECENT DEATHS CharThe funeral of Emhoif took place Tuesday afternoon at St Boniface church The deceased was the son of Julius and Elizabeth Emhoff and a well known upholsterer His death is sincerely mourned by a wide circle of friends and relatives Miss Julia Mahpneys friends were bowed in sorrow Wednesday when it be came known that she had passed from out this life She was the daughter of Mrs Catherine Mahoney with whom she resided at 931 Franklin street Her funeral was largely attended Friday morning at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament The funeral of Mrs James Hore took place Tuesday morning from her late residence 2219 Griffiths avenu and solemn requiem mass was celebrated over her remains at St Cecilias Great sym patty is felt for the bereaved husband The deceased lady was an exemplary Christian and always kind to those deserving her friendship It was with the deepest sorrow that his many friends heard of the death of John Keefe Sr at his home on Mellwood avenue last Monday evening For years past he had been the engineer at the Melwood Distillery and was widely known as a man of upright character and Christian integrity He was a native of Ireland but came to this city many years ago and all who knew him mourn his death The funeral was largely attended Wednesday morning at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament where high maSs of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father Sullivan His family have the deepest sympathy of the people of the East End in their hour of sorrow His remains now rertia 51 LonU cemetery I cautget oi with tntyoasg woman ajtall Wktf the trouble 1Ob 1tege mad when I say lIMe mature and ahe g U wad wb unaysbec Iimmature c 0- 1I UNITED LEAGUE John Itcdmoml Addresses Big Nationalist Meeting nt Lismoro Largo Contingents From East Cork and Districts of Waterford ro t Spirit With Which People Are Entering Upon the Now Campaign OBJECT OF UNITED IRISH LEAGUE Ii Recently a splendid meeting under the auspices of the West Waterford Ex ecutive of the United Irish League was held at LIsuiore From all the surround ing districts the people gathered in large numbers to hear John Redmond before his departure for America and the meeting was certainly a remarkable indica tion of the spirit with which the people are entering the new campaign The chair was occupied by Dr Dennehy and upon the platform were many clergymen members of Parliament county and borough officers andmen prominent in the United Irish League Mr Redmond who was received with loud and pro longed cheering said concerning the league and its objects- Fellowcountrymen the encouragement which I gather front this great meeting today is only another symptom of what I have experienced within the last twelve months in every part of Ireland Ireland from the center to the sea is being once roused to its sense of national duty The doubters who twelve months ago held back because they did not believe there was reality in this movement what have they to say today All the critics who for selfish motives of their own stood upon one side and conned themselves to criticism of the efforts of honest men who were trying once moreto have a national movement in Ireland today they are silent today they are dumb and over the whole length and breadth of this country the voice of dissensiotiia not to be heard in any quarter upon any platform or even in any organ representing the national movement No the voice of dissension has been silenced and it has been done by the intense earnestness of the people themselvesand done I hope I may without arrogance claim to some extent by the industry and unity shown by the Irish party inllie last session of Parliament Fellowcountrymen this great movement of the United Irish League is marching day by day rapidly to victory Our enemies today them selves recognize thatthis movement is the lineal successor of the Land League and we who are guiding the United Irish League are proUd to publicly avow that the principles of the Land League are our principles today and that we will never lay down our arrays until the objects for which tie Land League was founded have been fully accomplished I desir to ask what is the meaning of this great movement that todaY is stirring the hearts of the Irish people throughout the world Well I can answer that in a very few words The object of the United Irish League is to stop emigration It is to keep the people of Ireland at home in their own country The object of the United Irish League i i1to make one de termined effort tosave at any rate the remnant of the old Celtic race Fellow countrymen the migration which has been draining Ireland of her bone and sinew is the most terri le and the most pathetic of any country in the world from the national point of view No nation could stand the drain if continued much longer and frorntbe personal point of view I who have traveled through the world and seen Irish exiles in other lands can speak of its pathos and its terrible tragedy We read in this country of successful Irishmen in America and we are proud of our race in the great and free republic but we forgot the hundreds of thousands of our race who in the contest for life In America have gone down We think only of the successful ones and even of the successful ones I make bold to say here with some knowledge of the subject that no matter how prosperous Irishmen may be abroad they are never as happy as they are at home and I wish my voice could reach the young women and men of this part 0f Ireland who are thinking of emigtatlug to America I would beg of them for the sake of their God and their country and for them selves to pause before they leave this shore Dont let them be tempted bylbe idea that they will be paid more wages in America That is true but the cost of everything in America is far more than it is in this countrythe struggle for life is far keener and r say the Irishman who can keep body and soul together here in the old sod is a better and a happier man even than the Irishman who succeeds in the struggle for life abroad Fellowcountrymen he object of the United Irish League isto stop this emigra tion Now how can this be done There is only one way in which emigration can be stopped and that wajj is so to improve the industrial condition of Ireland as to enable the poorer classes of the people to live in this couutrV at any rate in comparative decency nd comfort and to introduce also into th lives of the people some little warmth and happiness Let us not forget the 1m i people flyaway from Ireland not merely because of the continual grinding strugglel day by day for the bare necessities of life but the young people of our race are tempted to emigrate because owiVz to the condition of this country for sooijc Irish life in town I mAKe and cooittry has beCome so wonotojKMM and Md4 dlydull In order to stop emigration e msst therefore improve the material Industrial ccBdiEoa of uni7afl4 wjsp pink Mtne J II- cJ effQrt to introduce as I have said some light and color and happiness into the lives of the people Now f=lIowc untry men every effort therefore no matter by whom it may be made whether by political friends of ours or not every effort to improve the industrial condition of Ireland has the heartfelt sympathy of the United Irish League We read of many efforts in this country that are made but I am bound to tell you here that I believe most of them are quack medicines and that the United Irish advocatjingwasting the country After all there is one great national industry in Ireland the industry of the land That is and will remain No matter what other industries spring up that will remain the one great industry of Ireland and the United Irish League in endeavoring to obtain a solution of the land question is going to the root of the industrial question and is following the only path that can lead to a prosperous Ireland Fellowcountry men the land is everything Upon the prosperity of agriculture depends the prosperity of the whole country The towns and villages depend upon the land The farmer the artisan and the laborer all depend upon the laud and nothing can improve the material con dition or the industrial condition of our country until this industry of the land has been freed from the shackles that today are hound around it by the cursed system of English landlordism which was implanted in this country by our enemies All those puny efforts that are being made to improve the industrial condition of Ireland while leaving the settlement of the land question out of view are only so many applications of quack medicines For my part I blame no one who has a nostrum of his own on wishIby any pretences For example the spread of agricultural education in Ireland or matters of that kind good though they be can not possibly revive the in dustrial condition of the country as long as the one great Industry of all the life of the land so long as that remains chained and bound in the present Irish land system cheers Fellowcountry men the root of the disease from which Ireland Iif suffering is Irish landlordism and I repeat the only way to stop emi gration and to improve the industrial condition of Ireland is to abolish land lordism root and branch I believe it is always better to speak straight what one has in his mind and I hope this winter to see an agrarian agitation adopted by the United Irish League all over Ireland of so close so intense and so menacing a character that the landlords who are holding out against us and the Govern ment will be forced as theyhave often been forced in the past to come in and to deal seriously with this matter Now that is a general declaration I do not propose for a moment to lay down on what precise lines that movement ought to run in every district in Ireland be cause the circumstances in every two districts are different but I have sufficient faith in the common sense and wisdom of the mass of the members of the United Irish League to feel sure that they will translate the general declara tion of policy into action according to the circumstances of each locality always bearing in mind that this movement must be maintained if it is to be successfulwell within the laws both of God and man Now what I mean by that iS this that anything in the nature of violence or outrage is foreign to our programme and injurious to our cause and while I would be the first again as I have often done in the past to trample under foot police proclamation laws and to think nothing of vindicating the natural right of the people in opposition to any law at the same time when I speak of the laws of God and man I point to those laws which are binding on he heart and Conscience of Christian people and I say thaf such laws must be respected by this movement if it is to be successful in the future Now two or three words and I have finished It rests entirely with yourselves with the people of Ireland whether this land question will be settled on these lines very shortly or perhaps not at all If the doubters and the scoffers and the superior persons who stand aside and sneer at the United Irish League as not good enough for men of their pure national sentimentif those men were followed and if Ireland remains sunk in disunity and in apathy then I say to you by the authority of all our experience in the past that the land question will not be settled in our time and that emigration will go on until the remnant of the old race has almost dis appeared from this island But on the other hand if every district in Ireland is aroused to the same spirit that animates the organized branches of the League in West Waterford then I say that we will very surely indeed arrive at the time when the Government will be forced to deal with the question RILEYS SPEECH Affecting Scene Before Frank Reiff Left For Gin olnnatl Tom Riley the genial and wholesouled boniface at Fourteenth and Main streets for once gave way to his feelings Prank Reiff who for some years past had been the Louisville bookkeeper for the Indianapolis Brewing Company and a close friend of Riley had accepted the offer of a better position with a leading Cincin nati mercantile house and Monday even lug was the date set for his departure Several of his former associates concluded to make him a present in memory of their pleasant relations and for this purpose handsome umbrella was purchased TomiRHey while not the equal of Chauncey Depew can at times make a rattling good afterdinner speech and he wasselected to make the presentation The departing friend was taken completely by surprise so much so that aI tear was seen coursing down his cheek and this so disconcerted Riley that he could onlysay Here take the dog thing I cant say it word His admirers however My that the utterance of the few words wu moit expressive feeling for their friend than any ever berd SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With lice Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e I IUMUtI Rllnb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR u E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J AgentCLsnagerV HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A Ladies Auxiliary to Division 2 of New Orleans is being organized Members of Division 4 much regret the illness of Paul Schnell and John MartinDivision 4 received the application of Michael Hehir and William Lydon last Wednesday night Members of Division 3 regret the ill ness of Matt Connolly who was reported sick Monday night- A class of twentyfive candidates will take the four degrees in Dayton Ohio next Thursday night Robert Brady and Martin Carney will soon be members of Division 1 Their applications were presented this week The Ladies Auxiliary of Columbus Ohio opened the winter season with a largely attended social and card party Hibernians of Newark N J find the progressive euchres of the Ladies Aux- ilIary the most enjoyable affairs given Division 11 of Providence held a grand reunion last Sunday afternoon when all members were given a hearty welcome Division 3 of Kansas City raffled a fine organ at its recent entertainment The lucky ticket was held by P McEnniry The Hibernian of Hartford Conn opened their big fair at the Auditorium last Saturday night which will continue till Monday Divisions 1 and1 8 of Pawtucket were the first divisions in Rhode Island to secure the full paraphernalia for con ferring the four degrees The members of Division 1 are rejoiced over the recovery of John Keuney and James Rogers both of whom were for many weeks seriously ill At a recent meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 of Worcester it was voted to have an ivy social on October 24 in Hibernian Hall Richard Campbell exPresident of Division 2 of the District of Columbia is the manager of the New Century Wash ingtons Catholic weekly Division C of San Francisco is making arrangements for a grand entertainment and ball the latter part of this month that will equal any ever given on the coast Miss Margaret Payton President of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 16 of Fall River was presented with a purse of 80 Miss Payton has not been enjoying the best of health of late but she is now on the road to recovery Division 1 the pioneer body of the order in Baltimore includes in its ranks many of the veterans of Hibernianism among whom Iis the Father of the Ancient Order ofHibernians in that city Andwew J Kennedy- At the next meeting which Division 2 of New Orleans will hold the subject What Is a Hibernian will be discussed by President Cruice Brothers Flaherty Fuge Kelly ONeill Gilthope and prob ably M J Dixon the Recording Secre taryLieut Jerry Hallahan and John Gil lespie the genial Secretary of Division 4 who are superintending the construction of our new suburban electric railway are reported having fine times at fashionable Pewee Valley Gillespie says the gay Lieutenant captures everything on the pike The new road is almost com pletedLast week at the meeting of Diviston 18 of Providence the attendance was so large that Canonicus Hall was taxed to its full capacity Twenty candidates were init iated in the first and second degrees and thirtyseven propositions were received It was voted that the division procure new paraphernalia for degree work the same to be ready for a special meeting to be held in Labor Temple tomorrow after nOon This will give Division 18 the honor of being the first in Providence to secure such an outfit GIVE YOUR NAME The canvassers for Carons city direct ory are now taking the names for the new issue of that invaluable book and every citizen should cheerfully furnish the men with all information desired The compilation of this book is carefully done and besides being a correct census is of great assistance to professional business and working men Therefore the request is made to treat the canvas sers courteously GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Big Four Route Sunday Oct 13 to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock tie m Returning train arrives at Louisville at 1140 pm Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 1i Knightstown 1 li Anderson 121 Muncie 125 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BET THIRD AND FOURTH Our Stock of Black Dress Goods Is the most complete yet Plain weavs take the lead and we can show you all weights for dress or wrap in the greatest variety of prices 60Cskirtsr 6CGranite76CsuitablePriestleys Silk and Wool Mourning Weaves Mel 26o 1 I and II New line of Solid Colored Venetians all new shades of red old rose castor gray brown and reseda CftO 38 inches at per yard OUtr i Beautiful quality Homespun Suiting in light gray medium gray and castor 52 inches wide at per CflQ yard OU l i 66Cter80eoCamelshair Suiting in gray castor military OCC blue 60 inches wide at per yard O U Fathers Brady aud Sheridan Homo From Foreign Lands Visited Scenes of Their Childhood in the Emerald Isle Report the Country More Prosperous Than Ever Before ONLY MORE PEOPLE ARE NEEDED Rev Father A J Brady of St Cecil las and Rev John Sheridan of St Michaels who spent the past four months in Europe arrived home Wednes I REV A J BRADY day morning and there was great rejoin- Ing among the members of each congre gation The reverend gentlemen are greatlyfspent in Ireland and Rome Both visited the of their boyhood days and wherever they went were greeted with a Cent mUte failthe they report Ire land in a bright and prosperous condl tion but suffering greatly from emigration which is draining the country of its life blood All that is lacking is youth and strength to place Ireland in a better position than she has enjoyed for hun dreds of years For some time past preparations bad been quietly making for a hearty wel come home to the beloved pastors and the programme was carried out success fully with but one disappointment The travelers were expected to arrive in the city Tuesday night and at the depot were waiting committees of ladies and gentlemen with carriages who bad pre pared for tbe informal reception of the two which was to be followed by the public greeting that took place at St Cecilias Wednesday evening Those comprising the committees were Rev Father Kalaher Chairman Vlnnie B Smith John J Cronin William Kerberg Peter Teyelin John McQuete Mike Ho ban William Hume John Keep Thorn Henley and Misses Mollie McCarthy Katie Campbell Annie JacquM N1H Carroll Maggie Colemaa Alms Dudley Katie coleouJ Uzrie Mnrpljy and lire Dan CnnoUT who chaperoned the young ladiea- n Great was their disappointment rf 7 7 Cheviot Allwool 50 J- iinches Sponged and Shrunk Pebbleii100 Allwool French Velourt Reversiblei t Clotht I Jl n 44inchesi 0I4U 00Clotht HI Priestleys Waterproof Cravenette will not spot 25sUiting IINew Colored Dress Goods Cloths Solid Colored Albatross Suiting in all colors light 46Cgrsy 6ccoatFigured Empress Suiting suitable for waists with i X75Inchesi I1 1 6cbrown26wide 1 I I CARPETS= CARPETS OVATION scenes when a telegram was received announ lug that the priests had missed connections at Cincinnati and would not arrive till the next morning Nothing daunted however many of them were at the depo to meet their returning pastors andes cort them to their homes Tile first disappointment only serves to awaken greater interest in Wednesday evenings affair which took place in the school hall attached to St Cecilia church After the evening devotions were concluded in the church by Rev Father Kalaher who has endeared him self to every member of the parish during Father Bradys absence the congrega tion adjourned toibe school hall wirers soon appeared the committee bringing with them Rev Father Brady and neve before did priests or layman receive a- more hearty or generous welcome the vast audience estimated at nearly ia thousand people applauding his appear ance for several minutes When the applause had subsided Chairman Vincent B Smith arose ort behalf of the parish and in well chosen words welcomed Father Brady back to their midst Ills greeting follows Reverend Patters Ladles and Gentle men As I look over the audience Kerr tonight I feel my inability to perform fittingly the pleasant duty assigned mi upon this happy occasion I can not help but wish I had the power and ego quence of speech of some of the famed orators of this grand old State It is a pleasure I know t each and every one present to be able to join with me in welcoming home ohe who for the past four months has been enjoying a de served and much needed vacation abroad We as Catholics go to our parish priest with our troubles and our joys and often times burden him with unnecessary cares yet some of us do not appear to appreci ate the efforts of the man who works twentyfonr hours a day for our salva tion The pastor of St Cecilias whom we welcome this evening has labored faith fully among and for us for the past eight years and it is iindeed a pleasure to note the success that has crowned his efforts during that short period of time Our church has been beautified our school made one of the very best in tbe city and now the members of the congrega tion have the benefit and blessing of the services of two priests instead of one as was the case only a short time ago All of this is due mainly to the work of our pastor Father Brady I might talk for the next hour upon the many good things secured for and enjoyed during the last few years by the members of this parish yet I could say nothing but what the con gregation knowsand is proud of Knowing as I do that we have taken Father Brady by surprise tonight and knowing also that he belongs to that modest class of men who object to any sloW of display when they ar of consideration E will not burn him or you with any lengthy talk there are others who wish also to have something to say on this happy occasi an Father Brady as aI member of St Cecilias parish and on behalf of the cc ngregotlon I welcome you home Mr Smith r as followed by Peter reveling one of We oldest residents of the West End who Ispoke of the parish as it was a quarter ofta century ago relating many interesting incidents in the past history of the a w prosperous congrega Lion John McQi esc was the last speaker sad compared tl parish of today with what itwwhehei was n boy and pre irious to the a vent of Father Brady among them 1 he remarks of each were well received There was a gatat outburst of applause when hatter ifadyroM to reply and the reverend gentleman was visibly affected by tttfi warmth of ttie greeting ieuderd him AfUrexpressing aarprte rhla reception and nrturning thank i 11 to his parishioners therefor he spoke briefly of his travels dwelling princi pally upon those through Ireland and especially the provinces of I einster and Ulster where he visited longest He said in part that the Irish people were more prosperous today than they had been for many years very many years The ouly trouble now confronting the Emerald Isle was the emigration problem and the fact that so many of the youth countryThismistake to remedy which active steps are now being taken The people now look better dress better and eat better than in former days and the crops are larger and finer than they have been in the past ten years The land laws have in recent years been so changed that the landlords can not deprive tenants of their holdings unless they require the lands for their own use This was a great step forward and would in time enable the Irish people to again become owners of their lands Among the new industries introduced those of lace and carpet mak ing have taken a firm hold and are prow ing very profitable A revolution has also taken place in the flax industry which is not spun at home as it was some years ago Now it is sent direct to the REV JOHN SHERIDAN mills and sold The outlook for Ireland was generally bright and evidences of thrift and morality were observable every whereUpon the conclusion of his remarks the congregation filed by Father Brady each shaking him by the hand When this was over the ladies took charge apd escorted their pastor to the rectory where an elegant supper was set in his honor by Mrs Doyle laden who sat down tb the bounteously tables were Fathers Hugh Brady John Kalaher and Bachman members of reception committee the choir of St Cecilias and Misses Minnie Reagan Katie Doyle Annie Fisher Agnes Garritty Margaret Carroll and the Misses Riordan The members of St Michaels parish did not know at what time Father Sheridan would arrive and therefore held no formal reception but as soon as it be largeInumbers called to express joy at return They had however taken advantage of his absence to prepare a pleasant surprise for him The rectory on Brook street has been thoroughly overhauled repainted and refurnished- and it was almost like entering a new home Father Sheridan is known as one I of the finest priests in this diocese I though at all times retiring and unassum ing in disposition not caring to let hIsI many deeds of kindness be known ToI the representative of the Kentucky IrishI American he expressed himself in muchI the same way as did his fellowtraveler Both showed marked signs of the bene I fits of their foreign trip and the prediction Iit made 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