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VIINO 16 19 1901 FIVE CENTS DEMOCRATS Confident Their Ticket Will Bo Elected by a Big Republican Majority Claims of Fraudu lent Registration Fall to Ground I All Indications Point to n Good Vote Scratching With But Little THE PARTY LEADERS ARE JUBILANT The Democratic managers are elated over the way the campaign is progress ing Thiugs could not possibly be in better shape and now all that remains to ALBERT S SMITH Popular Democratic Nominee for Coun cilman from the Ninth Ward be done is to get out the fullregistered vote on November 5 That Charles F Grainger will be elected has long been conceded by the leaders on both sides Mr Sapps managers are now striving to save a few of the nominees for the minor offices The Republicans case completely col lapsed early in the week when the motions came up in the County Court for purgation of the registration books Two weeks ago Mr George A Newman of Mr Sapps committee loudly proclaimed that there were 7000 voters Illegally registered When the court opened and was ready to try these challenges Mr Newman was forced to adjnit that he could not find more than 100 cases for immediate trial and that he would not have more than 600 challenges alto gether When the cases were called on the first day of the trial Wednesday afternoon the names of eight negroes who bad illegally registered were stricken from the books The purgation of the registration books is now proceeding in due form It is a standoff on each side and It is doubtful if 200 names will be stricken off There are probably some voters illegally registered but the fault is not onesided The Republicans are to blame as much as the Democrats and probably nijther committee had any thing to do with the crooked work As this paper stated when Mr Newman made the charge that 7000 voters were illegally registered by the Democrats he made himself the lauughing stock of jall intelligent men It was admitted during the registration and Immediately there after that the proceedings were con ducted honorably and fairly on troth sides The cry of fraud this early in the t fight Is an evidence of weakness and only amateur politicians would indulge initThere has not been much speechmak- ing in this campaign for the reason that the Republicans can not make any issue with the Democrats Their side started out as spoils hunters and did not announce any well defined principles upon which to seek the support of the voters All they said was We want a change and if you help us get it we will turn out all the men now in power and give you ail office No party can win on an issue like this If the Democrats bad the running of the Republican campaign they cquld not do better than Mr Sapps managers are doing for the Democratic ticket Men who have lived in Louisville for half a century are being challenged To illustrate John Cawein has lived in his prcs entresidence for fiftythree years He was challenged as an illegal voter Peter Speith of Sixteenth and Broadway a tobacco worker and taxpayer worth 100000 was challenged as not being a legal voter Both pf these meu are justly indignant and so are many w rkingmen who have been brought into court to prove their right to vote The Democratic organization will see to it that alt who are entitled to vote are permitted to do so and do not intend to be bluffed by the notices sent out by Mr Sappa committee The Democratic candidates held a meeting on Tuesday evening and the rftwltlon was discussed It was decided to rake a close orgaalsaUoH tf every precinct to brjnf out the vote +Jtvtry day kaeUug RepubHcaaB re phd DR Mr Grainger their support Itt U the general opinion thatthere will not Ire Lr T Twc i1 4 yp VOLUME LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER PRICE more than a few hundred votes difference I between the vote received by Mr Grain ger and that received by the lowest man on the ticket and that all will be elected by from 5000 to 7000 majority With this article we present the picture of Albert S Smith son of the late Gran W Smith nominee for Councilman from the Ninth ward who should receive a phenomenal vote Everybody knows Al Smith to be a young man of business ability and integrity possessed of progressive ideas and a desire for Louis villes advancement He represents the young Democracy and his friends are confident that his public career will be brilliant and creditable and we trust our readers will give him their united sup port CHURCH OF OUR LADY Beautiful and Impressive Ob servance of Rosary Sunday Editor Kentucky Irish American Louisvittu Oct 115Having noticed the happenings of interest in various con gregations mentioned in your paper I felt you might be pleased to give space in its columns to an item from Our Ladys in Portland and hence send you this The beautiful feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary was fittingly celebratedat the Church of Our Lady on the first Sun day in October Immediately after ves pers and preceding benediction of the blessed sacrament twentysix young ladies of the congregation were received into the Sodality of the Immaculate Conception by Rev Father Conniff He after ward explained in a few touching words the duties and privileges of a Sodalist to the large number of devout persons who had assembled to witness the impressive ceremony aud also admonished the young ladies to ever remain true to the promises that day made to the Mother of God under whose special protection they were placed when received as Children of MaryLater the election of officers for the year was held in the school hall and a general report of the progress of the Sodality was made This was indeed gratifying to the members as the poSses- sion of a library which has long been a cherished hope is soon to be through the kindness and generosity of Father Conniff an established fact the reverend father having donated some fifty or more volumns of standard works which form the nucleus to which others will be added shortly The young ladies tender him their most sincere thanksE E OB HEROIC STATUE Will Be That of Thomas Jof ferson at Court- House Sir Moses Ezekiel the distinguished artist and sculptor who designed the statue now being erected and soon to be unveiled before the Court House in this city has come over from Europe to at tend the unveiling of his work The exact time of the unveiling has not been determined but it will take place early iin November with appropriate cere nionies Speaking of his statue the sculptor said to a reporter- It is a singular fact that all previous statues of Jefferson as well as most of the paintings portray him at an ad vanced aged He was only thirtythree years of age when he read the Declara tion of Independence at the zenith of vigorous manhood and my work por trays him as he would appear at this period of his life and in the act of read ing the memorable document upon which the nations freedom and greatness are founded The statue is heroic in size the Liberty Bell also in bronze form ing the pedestal but the bell is partially hidden from view by four female figures emblematic of Equality Brotherhood Liberty and Justice The base will be of New England granite HAPPILY UNITED Of all the weddings here during The past week and there were many that which most interested Limerick society took place Wednesday evening at 6 oclock in the rectory of the Dominican church when Miss Mary Louise Brown and Raymond G Miller were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Very Rev Fatbet Fowler The lovely bride who wore an exquisite gown of Nile green cloth with hat to match and carried a bouquet of whit chrysanthe mums is the daughter ofPatrick J Brown the well known grocer and a charming and accomplished girl who numbered her admirers only by her acquaintances Mr Miller has been connected with the di vision freight office of the Pennsylvania lines and is a young man well known and popular in railroad and social circles Miss Nell Brown and Edward F Brown sister and brother of the bride were the only attendants Immediately after the ceremony an elegant wedding dinner was served to the relatives and a few in timate friends pf thekrideandgrooutatt- he home of the brides partsMlSS West Oak street after yvhickfHeCotfplei left oh their honeymoon trip which lnI eludes Niagara Falls Buffalo and Toronto REOftQANIZED The Board of Safety WIWI reorganized Wedaesdayaftergooa pee Sinter+ being elected Chairman The boerdU n md James Boon for Secretary pf the by rvsijuedIIrUM Btwrd of Safety u U- s7 c I GETHSEMANI ABBEY LOOKING EASTWARD MONDAYNICHT Will Witness Opening of Grand est Bnzur Ever Held in Louisville Licclcrkranz Hall Will Present a Brilliant and Animat ed Scene Gifts and Prizes Arc All Ex ceedingly Useful and i Artistic THE BOOTHS AND LADY PATRONESSES An enthusiastic crowd of representative differentIchurches of the city assembled last Sunday evening at St Francis Hall for the purpose of concluding arrangements for the magnificent bazar which opens on Monday for the benefit of the orphans A more successful fair will never have been held than the coming one Merchants of all classes have contributed most liber ally not of the smaller wares usually found at bazars butarticles of great Value and worth Germans and Celts have worked royally together to make a grand financial success of the work now in progress The gifts have been of an ex ceedingly useful and artistic nature and will add beauty and comfort to any home whose owners will be fortunate enough to win them From every congregation favorable reports were turned in and many kindly anecdotes were told of toe courteous treatment accorded ladies who have been on the Soliciting Committee Many of the show windows on the prin cipal thoroughfares have been exhibiting articles donated These and hundreds of others will be displayed next Monday morning at Liederkranz Hall where the bazar is to be held The souvenir book gotten up by the Press Committee who received invaluable assistance from Miss Annie Finn and Mrs Wessells is a gem both for the revenue it has brought in as well as for the manner in which it is executed The subject of having a bowling alley was introduced by Rev Thomas White of Clifton but was overruled by a ma jority Refreshments such as cocoa cola wine lemonade ginger ale and temperance drinks generally will be ale lowed Dinner will be served daily from 11 to 2 oclock and business men and women it is hoped will take advantage oi this to patronize the bazar A little sacrifice from every Catholic in the city such as abstinence from a few cigars or from amusements of some kind and ape plied to the welfare of Christs little ones will go far toward procuring com forts for these destitute ones who are left for us to provide for If enough money can be raised a new and comfortable building will be erected and the present one abandoned to be used for some other purpose Every one acquaintedwith the progressive Sisters of Nazareth knows that they leave nothing half or poorly done for the comfort of those entrusted to them or they could continue to use their present accomoda tlon without a murmur But wherever there are children there must of necessity ke jm abundance of water and of this Jhercvis a scarcity at the present home IB the new buildingi which theynerect there will belbath and toilet rooms laundry and everything necessary for comfortThe people of the city will it Is cheerfully hoped come forward as generously as possible remembering that what is done for one of these is done for Him The refreshment tables will be pre repiekticBUnebe Shelley Choirman Modems Joseph DtHOMio i Bennett D Mattbgly J Rohrmao Lawrence Wafatr D P White Dennis J Meaghei Thomas A Newman James Wolfe 6 A Wathen E Jamison William Frincke Misses Margaret ONeill Mary 0 Jullivan Lou Hill Blanche Mattingly lillie OCon ner Emma Deppen ACI ments Mary Cody Margaret Tobiu jellie Tobin Fannie Kennedy Gertrude 2plgan Annie Haunon Eliza Hannon sSlie OReilly Adele Tarpey Lula Margaret Scalley Philomena 1IattiiIy Josephine Mattingly Annie Josephine Kelley Blanche Flauuigau None of the booths wilf attract more visitors than that assigned the maids and matrons of the Church oftI Our Lady In EDWARD J OBRIEN President of the Bazar for the Orphans Portland where will be found the follow ing well known ladies Mrs B Schlater Chairman Mrs B Recktenwald Mrs B Mattingly Misses Eleanor OBryau Nel lie Heisler Celia Recktenwald Ada Dil lon Sarah Lally Virginia McFadden Mary Zurner and Gussie Kanfer The ladies of the Sacred Heart congre gation are prepared to take an active part in the bazar Among those who will represent that parish are Mesdames Tom Tarpey Marcus Doehoefer Tony Norton Thomas Ryan Andy Kast and James Tighe They will be assisted in enter taining by a number of pretty girls The ladies in charge of the dining room will serve luncheon at all hours and have set aside the days for the first week as follow- sTuesdayClergymen WednesdaySpaghettiThursdayGerman Friday IrishAmerican Saturday Business Men STRIKING CONTRAST With Ireland Free Happiness Would Come to Millions i If Ireland was as free a country as Belgium it would todayjbe just as happy a country and would have prosperity in keeping with It The area of Ireland is 32531 square miles The area of Belgium is 11366 just a little more than a third of Ireland The population of Ireland is 4456516 The population of little Belgium is in round numbers 6800000or more than 52 per cent greater than Irelands population Ireland as an agri cultural country is far superior to Bel gium and its industries could be de veloped just oi the Belgians have de veloped theirs under a free government Taking everything into account its soil is capable of supporting+ a population as great as Belgiums square mile f square tulle that is it ahoiild have about 18 000000 people lathe island Twelve or fourteen millions at the very least could shores And the- populationofIreland is decreasing while Belgium has gained nearly 400000 in six years IRISH I P COMING Right Rev Job efcyi the Catholic BwhopoYBlpWtfiwai SligOi sailed Ilast Monday tOe iUiM vacation itr ties torietthWeetI CLEAR THE DECKS IrisliAiiHrlcan Society Favors Laws Giving it Wider Scope The Annual Election of Officers Will Bring Now Men Forward Many Members Advocating the Observance of Emmets Anniversary WARM DEBATES MARK PROCEEDINGS The meeting of the IrishAmerican Society fast Thursday nlgliEwas UEmost important held for some months past The decks were cleared and resolutions adopted favoring the inauguration of a lively campaign for new members and a more farreaching influence among Irish Americans Many are now advocating changes in the laws which are now quite restrictive that will give the society a wider scope and more extended field of action Those who have been clinging to this society for the past five years are determined that the member ship shall reach at least 1000 during the coming year else their efforts shall have been in vain The annual election of officers takes place at the meeting to be held on the first Thnrsday in December Much against the wishes of the members cef tain of the present executive officers have decided to decline a reelection and there is likely to be an entirely new set of officers brought forward Those who have served in past years are to be come mended for their loyalty for it is no secret that the IrishAmerican Society has met opposition in quarters where goodreasons existed for hearty support and encouragement Owing to the unavoidable absence of President Joe Nevin the chair was occu pied by William Lawler The usual routine business was transacted followed by an interesting discussion Mike Francis spoke at length upon the ens couraging outlook fort e future of the society his witticisms provoking much laughter He called the attention of those present to the fact that before long it would be time to begin preparations for the celebration pf the anniversary of Robert Emmet His plea for a more general and grander observance next March met with unanimous approval The past history of the organization was reviewed by former President Kee nan and Thomas Claire spoke of the pleasure derived from the friendly meet ings which was of as much if not more importance than the other benefits derived from memberseip Secretary John Flynn who is become ing an orator of much more than ordinary ability electrified the members with a short talk that was marked for its earn estnessandwise suggestions Therewas he said an important work ahead for each member and the lethargy that has pre vailed must be wiped out Now is the time to get rid of the delinquents and those who manifest no interest in the IrishAmerican Society His remarks made a decidedly favorable Impression The subject of an open sociall meeting was broached but action deferred till November 7 It is more than probable that another big blowout will be given the members and their friends the latter part of next month Vice President Murphy and Sergeant atArawKenney were absent because of illness much to the regret of all the members Of late the question has been free quently asked why this organization has NftoltheIwextraction MfaT re QtJM cfWeo u s f 0 a i that the society should not pass un heeded those of any party who ignore so large and important a factor in our pub lic life It should be remembered how ever that this society has thus far avoided politics as nn organization though appreciating the nomination of Worthy IrishAmericans by the Demo crats DOMINICANS Prominent Members of That Order Here This Week Rev Fathers Hourigan and Logan ex Priors of St Louis Bertrands convent passed through Louisville this week Many of their friends called at the con vent on Sixth street and paid their respects to the two clergymen who were well liked by every member of the Dominican parish Father Hourigan is now Prior of the Dominican house at Minneapolis while Father Logan is in charge of the houses in New York City One of the greatest and most successful missionaries in the Dominican order Rev Father Splinter O P arrived in the city this week and is stopping with Father Fowler at the convent on Sixth streetRev L F Kearney O P was reelected Provincial of the Dominican order at a meeting of the Priors held Saturday at St Roses convent theCr Springfield Father Kearney is oce of brightest as well as one of the most learned priests in the order He is a first cousin of Father McGrady of Bellevue who recently challenged Archbishop Cor rigan to a debate on socialism Rev J C Gilroy O P who has been for many years engaged in conducting missions has been released from his arduous labors and given a chance to recuperate He has been assigned to St Rose convent near Springfield Ky where the fresh country air is hoped to greatly benefit his weakened aud ex hausted constitution His many friends here pray that he may soon again be Able to attend to his duties MACKIN COUNCIL Will Make Extensive Improve month to the ClubI 9JHouso There was a very general response to the special call issued by Mackin Council for Tuesday nights meeting and the ses etoi ilri1 rroiirtJIesiioriientItESl dent Cuuniff took the chair The appli cations of Prank Burke and Herman Luken were received and referred and all members were urged to secure as many candidates as possible before the big initiation which takes place at St Anthonys Hall on the 29th inst William P Bannon and George Gathof improvingJahome and Patrick MFlynu who has been critically ill was reported able to sit up This organization never falls to look after its sick members and this fact adds much tits strength Upon the recommendation of the House Committee extensive improve ments will soon be made in the club houses money liavjug been appropriated Jar that purpose That committee will meet tomorrow afternoon when all ar rangements for the work will be perfected George Lautz submitted the changes recommended by the speciallcommittee on bylaws nearly allbeing concurred in but their consideration Vas continued till the next meeting The discussion was rendered verYinteresting by the remarks of Messrs Straub Russell Burkholder Weber Kerberg Semonis and others The announcement was made that the national per capita tax was now due and all members who wish to remain in good standing should immediately pay this and all arrearages to the Financial Secretary An interesting feature is con templated for some near meeting Rev Father Brady will be invited to address the members on his recent European trip inaugurating a series of interesting lec tures by well known citizens PLEASANT SURPRISE Division 3 A O H to Give Inaugural Social Session Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians will entertain its members and friends Monday night at Hibernian Hall The series of monthly social sessions that proved sd immensely popular last winter are to be repeated aud for severalweeks past a special committee has been per fecting a unique and entertaining pro gramme for this occasion A number of promising young people have volunteered their services and a pleasant evening is assured President John Cavanaugh and his fellowofficers hope by this means to make the young IrishAmerican element better acquainted with the objects of the order arid largely increase the member ship of Division 3 which represents in a large measure the West End The business meetings of the division will be held at Nelltgans Hall Nine teenthand Portland avenue on the first Monday night of each month as hereto forkPtrick openingaddreui the violin 8CJoroTProf Fleischer ac GMttpanfed by flu TaliKelly on tiit 0 EEBNUGENT Answers Deaths Call nit His Long and Honor able Career Was n Pioneer Irish Dry Goods Merchant and Liberal Employer Meets the Final Summons Sur rounded by His Four Children I NOTED FOR HONESTY AND INTEGRITY One of the oldest and best known dry goods men of the State passed away Monday morning in the person of Edward Brennati Nugent He was born about EDWARD BRENNAN NUGENT Generous Hearted and Respected Pioneer Dry Goods Merchant Dead eightyfive years ago near Queenstown Queens county Ireland and came to this country in 1848 Not finding immediate employment in New York he came as far South as Cincinnati Ohio where be engaged in business afterward coming to Louisville where he opened a dry goods a house at Preston and Market streets Here he s very successful until b lost LrrythTtrg bYIrthstt11cti VI Ste A this disaster he opened a new store on Market between Fourth and Fifth streets and in an incredible short time built up a good trade He always carried a reliable line of goods and to have come from Nugents was a guarantee that they were all that they were said to be After several years of prosperity he opened a large and handsome store o Fourth avenue and Green street and here he entered on a career of prosperity and r honor until the crash of a few years ago a since when his mind had become dazed and almost a blank He was a member of the Cathedral congregation long before the present church was built and up to two years ago He was also a devoted member of the St Vincent de Paul So ciety Four children survive him two sons Richard A and William T and two daughters Annie and Belle who were with him when the end came Of Mr Nugent it may be truthfully said he was the first and foremost to pay good wages to clerks in Louisville and it was with pride that he pointed to the fact that he employed first class help in all departments who received the highest salaries paid in this city or the Southwest j Quite a number of now prosperous merchants in different localities owe 3 much of their success to the training they received in Nugents Out of a large 1 family he has only one sister living Mrs Ann Cavanaugh who resides in Missouri Mr Nugents wife died in I 1874 and he never remarried mourning j her loss even up to the time of his death JHis benefactions to young men and 1 worthy charities were numerous and r liberal and almost universal will be the prayer May his soul rest in peace The funeral took place from Holy s Name church Father OConnor celebr tXj ing the high mass of requiem and in the few words uttered over the remain preached a sermon that conveyed more i feeling than could be expressed in a J column of space FATHER BOLAND iRev Father Boland has been given the pastorate of St Josephs church at Owensboro aud the people ot that parish f should be grateful to the Right Rev Bishop McClosky for his appointment Father Bolaud won the hearts of the= people during his short stay here He is an exceptionally able and zeal priest and with the support of trjf gregation the outlook for St Jo is bright indeed ENJOYED BY FRIENDS Miss Rock Huber a popul vivacious West End girl was tend delightful surprise party Friday everffii at her home on West Main street Taps present were Misses Tillie SchnellBe Mullarkey Katie Henley Minnie Liebe Daisy Cary Emma Mader Ida Pit Anna Mader LuHe Mader Mice t Reynolds Mayme Huber Tre yHi1 Ro le Huber Urs Harry Tenil H Charles Raidy Will Schuell J IiubcrtCogrd Haberti- a JIJL4 d 1 Iiic TUcIrY I NS Aoki RXfD KtNTUGKy IRISH flMERIGflN 1111111MNIuI111111141 voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlak Atnorlcat- tawlr rIA11z lU HIGGINS L tit UIsejr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY gc Bettered ot the Loutsvlllo Postof flee as SecondClass Matter Udiersall Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreeo Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1901 DEMOCRATIC CITY AND COUNTY TICKETI For Mayor CHARLES ps GRAINGER For City Tax Receiver JAMES B BROWN r For City Auditor CHARLES NEUMEYER For City Treasurer I JAMES B CAMP For Judge Ponce Court JOHN McCANN CourtiALP V OLDHAM g For Bailiff Police Court WILLIAM BOSLER For Prosecuting Attorney Police Court ROBERT J HAGAN f For County Judge t JAMES P GREGORY For Commonwealths Attorney JOSEPH HUPFAKER IAttorneyIKIRBYlCounty v JOHN R PFLANZ For Sheriff E T SCHMITT For County Clerk E W J SEMONIN For Coroner DR HARRIS KELLY For County Assessor BENSON O HERR For County Surveyor ROBERT H YOUNG For County School Superintenden- tL J STIVERS rOB STATE SENATORS Thirtysixth District H S McNUTT EJjiljMjlsJith Dmtrlct W Di 1VELLER JR FOR EEEBESENTATIVES Fortyfourth District HERMAN D NEW COM- BFortyHfth District JOHN M LET TERLE r Fortysixth DlstrlctJOHN YOUNG Fortyseventh District LAWRENCE EJICRERT Fortyeghth District JAMES P EDWARDS Fortyninth DistrictII P McDONALD Fiftieth DUtrlctlIICHAEL BURKE VUtynnt DlitrlctTHOS DREWRY FOR ALDERMEN Abner Harris Henry S Cohn Nathan M UrI G Wallace Embry Harry Welsslnger T J OBryan W J OHearn Humphrey Knecht n B Gilbert James B Smith James J Fitzgerald Paul C Barth FOR COUNCILMEN First Ward Joha Baron and Augustus J Blzot Second Ward Barnhard Buckle and William P Schwartz Third WardA J Domeck and T J Teager Fourth WardWHenry Seller and J New ton Shepard Fifth WardC C Early and Madison B Seville Sixth WardSamuel S Blitz and Chas DGreer Seventh WardUpton W Muir and Frank SOuok- Eighth WardAlvah L Terry and Ar thur Board Ninth Ward Albert S Smith and Lee CohnTenth WardFred J Hummel and W E Palmore Eleventh WardHerman Christen and Julius E Bierach Twelfth WardJ W Drake and Augustus Miller JOB SCHOOL TRUSTEE First WardSoSnodgress Second and Third Wards Charles A tLangFourth MorntJSIx h and Seventh WardsGavin H Cochran Eighth and Ninth Wards Dr J W Qalvta Tenth Ward Dr R E Galvin Eleventh and Twelfth WardsJoseph B Atkinson FOE PARK COMMISSIONERS Gen John B Castleman Xiouls Seelbach ottlleb Layer TOB XAGI8TJRATX8 pietrleta C Shadburn d platrlctDavld McKinley District Charles J Fegenbush th DlstrlctJ P Shlvely Tfh DistrictJohn N Velten Sixth DistrictEd iieglwnry a ICeyerdihlb FOR CODETABLL MtSIitrfet Hu o Schultz end DtatriotJordan Floere rd DistrictConrad Kaiser lirth DstrotCh rl 8 H HUbrt Ii PUtdctFrmnk IiPUiU It D alrlCtrJTOMpk Aort DiiirlctBdwart QOotwor j t uiclii John KYul I A FOOLISH MOVE An endless chain scheme for flooding President Roosevelt with letters requesting him to stop the shipment of horses and mules from New Orleans to Cape Town and to make England fight fairly in South Africa has been started in the Northwest It is said to have been originated by Boer sympathizers with a view to stop England from buying and shipping supplies to South Africa from American ports The whole scheme is silly due to ignorance or probably politicians aiming to place the administration in an antiBoer position with a pur pose to influence votes President Roosevelt will doubtless pay no attention to the letters if indeed they reach him while the postal authorities are likely to seize and prohibit the carrying of such letters in the mails- Whatever ones sympathies in the matter it is clear that the United States Government has pur sued the only proper aursestrictn- eutrality The British and Boers alike buy and ship supplies from this country and both are per mitted to do so the only official objection being from the British representative in Washington It is also clear that a prohibitive policy even if possible under inter national equity would not incon venience England beyond forcing her to purchase elsewhere while the Boers lacking the ships and ports would be hampered if not entirely deprived of supplies forit is no secret that the chief source of Boer supplies is this country or via this and other neutral countries Such moves as that noted above will do England no harm and the Boers no good though it may afford politicians an opportunity to make political capital by denouncing the administration for doing its duty in the premises even if the matter were properly stated and presented which it is not for the President has no power to do as requested Indeed it is so stated and presented as to be indefinite and amount to nothing since New Orleans and Cape Town are the only ports mentioned and both the United States and England have numerous other ports As to the second request the United States has not the right under any construction of international law to assume to die rect how England or any other power carries on war in which the interests of this Government or people are not involved The atti tude and course of the United States is satisfactory to the Boers and in full compliance with international regulations under such circumstances IN THE RIGHT WAY There were two more t ettlements tot labor differences involving mill ions of capital and thousands of workmen last week by conference The Illinois Central railway con trolling the principal railroad lines in Illinois granted an equal sched ule of hours and wages to all its employes running or handling trains in that State This means a reduction of from thirty minutes to an hour per day without reduction of pay to nearly half such employes at Chicago and on through trains wages are advanced from a to S pef cent and all employes of the road are to be paid extra for overtime This waS agreed to at a conference between the railway officials and representatives of the employes the coal miners tend operators in Laurel Knox pudWhilley counties Ky and Campbell county Tenn agreed to a yearly acalel granting a dullt sdr dee jta wage This jy peaceful settlement following the one in the Jellico district insures undisturbed and satisfactory run ning of the coal mines in South eastern Kentucky and adjoining mines in Tennessee employing about 10000 miners for a year This is certainly better and more profitable to all concerned than strikes and lockouts BULLER RAISED A STORM Sir Redvers Buller chafing under criticism and tiring of being made a scapegoat for blunders and disasters in the Boer war opened his mouth in protest and raised a storm throughout the British empire which promises to involue all from King to peasant Gen Buller is a soldier not a politician he neither knows nor cares for the arts of the politician he has been forced by discipline to suffer blame in silence but when the effort is made to shelve him to a sinecure with the excuse that it is only a temporary provision till his retirement at the age limit two years hence the old veteran resented the imputation kicked out of the regulations and took occasion to shift the blame for blunders and failures off his shoul ders In doing this he did not give full details and some things he said though causing consternation in ministerial circles were promotive of denunciation and a demand for censure or dismissal from the army This of course would have closed the incident spared the ministry from exposure and prevented the storm that has followed But the old General was not dismayed and it develops he has friends besides others who have been made scape goats and their friends were aroused They have come to Bullers defense the antiwar advocates take advan tage of the opportunity Buller and others have been telling more of what they know and War Office secrets are becoming public and War Office misrepresentations are being exposed The principal faults charged to Buller were his failure to relieve Ladysmith and his advice to its commander to destroy the supplies and surrender For this he was removed from the command and on his admitting he gave such ad vice his dismissal from the army was suggested Then Buller gives details that have staggered the Ministry and aroused all England by its suggestion as to who blun dered and is responsible for every thing that has gone wrong in South Africa Buller asserts that he was hastened to the relief of Lady smith by information that the gar rison had supplies to last only to January i After his defeat at Co leuso on December 15 realizing he could not relieve Ladysmith for months he advised the commander at Ladysmith not to continue resistance entailing loss of life starv ation and hardship but to burn the supplies and make the best possible terms of surrender Results prove that Ladysmith was well supplied to stand a siege for months after GenIhim to make a hurried and dis astrous march toward Ladysmith and give the advice to surrender when he could not give relief Was this information based on ignorance of conditions at Ladysmith or was it misrepresentation to hasten Gen Buller to defeat and removal This is but a sample The en tire conduct of the war is being reviewed and discussed and as various points or persons are reflected upon more are drawn into the con troversy The ministry is on the defensive seeking to allay the con tention and refute charges Government officials army officers politicians newspapers all have broke loose in a manner unusual in England and there are more bricks than boquets being thrown to the consternation of the Government the confusion of the people and the amusement of the world at large The fact that the row Is revealing Englands weakness lack of all that she has boosted and worst ofalllhe real semintetit in England and situation in South Africa aeetos to be disregarded by J J if + 1 i all save the Ministry who seem powerless to stop it When the Boer war began and the jingoes assured Parliament iit would take only 47000 men 50 000000 and three months to wipe out the Boers President Kruger declared the prix Englandwouldl have to pay for the conquest of th South African republics would stag ger humanity This was ridiculed as the desperate bluff of the of man who realizedi that defeat of his people was inevitable Now that the war has lasted over two years requiring 300000 men has cost 1000000000 and over 100000 killed and wounded with no indication of material progress but with the Boers in full possession o their country and all the British territory except the large towns and railways as well with the cost increasing more men called for and no end in sight the English people chagrined humiliated angered at llost prestige trade de pression financial stringency in creasing debt realize the truth of Krugers prediction are alarmed as to the future the jingoes are panic stricken the Government demoral ized Never in Englands history has she been brought to such a con dition of discontent dissension confusion and anxiety as pervades that country today with the fact patent to all the world that it i due to the bravery of the Boers not even considered a nation and occupying but a dot on the worlds map Alas now the mighty have fallena Herr Most has been sentenced to one years imprisonment for pub lishing an article advising murder destruction of property and resist ance to authority This proves that it is not the law but the officials of the law that are to be blamed for allowing Most and others to disseminate and organize anarchy in this country during the past thirty years If thelaw had been enforced heretofore Most and his kind would have sought other spheres for their propagand land we would have no anarchists jt is never too late to mend and ifiMosts sentence is fol I lowed up throughout the country the pest will be soon gotten rid of Boer Commandant Lotter recent ly captured was summarily shot Five of his command are to be im prisoned for life Lotters offense was sending a reply on behalf of his command to Kitcheners procla mation ordering all Boers to surren der by September 15 Kitchener seems to have inaugurated brutal policy Prisoners r are hanged shot or deported oil any pretext Driven to desperation all articles of war and instincts of humanity are ig nored Englands policy in South Africa is now clearly one of exter mination so f ras she is able to carry it out Who killed Cock Robin finds a rival in Lexington in Who killed Henry Campbell Campbell was ejected from a saloon He procured a rifle and fired into the place Two men in the saloon fired one with a pistol the other with a Winchester Campbell falling dead with a bullet hole through his body As the bullet can not be found the question who fired the fatal shot will prove a knotty problem unless both be acquitted la plea of self defense regardless of which one killed Campbell E B Nugent for more than a generation a prominent dry goods merchant of this city passed away the past week at an advanced age Mr Nugent was known and re spected for his energy integrity and charity during his life and though his last y iars were saddened by ill health and reverses and over shadowed by sc ndal resulting in humiliation and loss of fortune none who knew him will believe that he was a cognizant party to any dishonorable transaction Commandant heeper and his force which havejben overrunning Cape Colony mod giving the British so much trouble for the peat four months have been captured Schee per being almost Helpless To the surprise of the captors the com mando was principally composed of I halfgrown boys These youngsters certainly gave the British a lively and wearisome race in the heart of British territory and but for the illness of their commander might be still keeping up their pace Britishehave been driven in South Africa is indicated by the declaration of indCape Town the basis of British ac tion for fifty years This means that such a thing as British su preniacy does not exist anywhere in South Africa that the entire population is in revolt and England does not even control her acknowl offthe recently annexed provinces The query in some papers If we admit the anarchists why not admit the Chinese immigrants to this country Wont do because two wrongs never made one right As we exclude the Chinese for good reasons why not exclude the an archists for better reasons is the proper way to put it because two rights wrong no one Gen Botha the Boer Com manderinchief who suddenly at tacked the British garrison in Zulu land hundreds of miles south of where he was supposed to be suc andsis now reported back in the Trans vaal The Sinking Fund Commissioners are shaking up the license in spectors Perhaps this may cause the enforcement of the dog license tax and a reduction of the canine population which is a nuisance and menace in some sections of the city The British seem to have lost all track of Dewet the foxy Boer raider in the rush of recent events in South Africa w19wYSa9 r8twICStw + St SOGIEtY i LN McCarthy was here from Mays ville for several days this week John McBrady of Whitesville arrived here Thursday for a short visit David A Murphy who was a visitor the first part of the week has returned toI CarroUtonIMrs Leonard Daugherty of Elizabeth town who has been visiting relatives in this city has returned home Misses Margaret and Catherine Mc Namara two pretty Lexington girls spent last Sunday visiting friends in this city Capt D M Murphy has returned toI his home in Newport after an enjoyable visit with City Clerk Hasson in Jefferson vllle Miss Anna McGratb of this city has been spending several days as the guest of the family of J B Murphy in Jeffer sonville Miss Kate Doherty a graceful and pretty Jeffersonville girl left Saturday evening for a visit with relatives at Ham ilton Ohio Charles Raidy the well known letter carrier returned to the service of Uncle Sam last Wednesday morning after a vacation of two weeks Mrs Murphy of Jeffcrsouville who has been visiting her son Guy F Murphy at Beech and Woodland avenue Parkland left for home this week Peter Fetter and Miss Minnie Kraft well known young people of New Albany are to be married by Dean Faller at St Marys church on Tuesday November 5 Mrs Grace MeehanReed and little son Gussie Lee of Covington who have been the guests of Mrs Mary Meehan East Broadway will leave for bomb Mon day Mrs James Monahan of Nashville has being enjoying a delightful visit with her cousins Mrs Will Delaney 1000 Seventh street and Miss Kalie GreanyV 1704 High avenueMrs Edw Langan Las returned from a flying visit to St Catherines Academy near Spdugfleld where she went to see her daughter Miss Edna who is attending school there Miss Belle ODonnslls many admirers will rejoice to learn that her condition has greatly Unproved he bu bees on the sick list for two weeks at her horse 2612 Montgomery street We regret to announce that Miss Agnes McDonogh and her brother Prank are seriously ill of typhoid fever at their home oil Sixth street Our last report was that they were improving A very pretty wedding will be sokm nixedat St Vlacent de Pauls church Wdnedy October 30 the contracting pMttabcbc HiM Lulu Scamitt sad John Jared nun the well known carpenter Both arc very popular in GernuttAmer lea socialt circle and large number of 1I- a clremonyIavenue where a new house is being handsomely furnished Miss Lillie Holley of West Walnut street spent the past week as the guest of Mrs John Griffin at Frankfort Miss Holley is a handsome and charming girl and received much social attention in the Capital City The marriage of Miss Fannie Baldez a handsome West End girl and Emil Neu meister a prominent young man of In dianapolis took place Thursday after noon at St Charles Borromeo church Rev Father Raffo tying the nuptial knot The many friends and acquaintances popular been dangerously ill for the past five weeks will rejoice over the news that she is now convalescent and will soon be able to be out again Miss Mamie Diersing and Henry Huber were quietly married Thursday evening at St Patricks church Both are well known young people the bride being the daughter of Fred Diersing the Seventhstreet dairyman Only intimate friends of the couple witnessed the cere mony Miss Margaret Coleman is the name of a charming little visitor who has arrived from Bnbyland at the home of Mr John H Coleman 2713 West Chestnut street The little lady will be christened tomor row by Father Raffo and large numbers of friends will doubtless be present to share in the joy of the parents The marriage of Miss Sarah E Parlin and Mr M Gannon a prominent young business man of St Louis was solem nized at St Patricks church Wednesday morning Monsignor Gambon officiating Messrs M J Parlin and M Grimes brother and cousin respectively of the bride acted as best men After a wed ding breakfast the happy couple left for a tour of the East They will make their future home in St Louis Charles L Davidson employed by the John P Morton Printing Company and well known in printing circles has taken unto himself a wife in the person of Miss Maggie A McDonough the attractive and accomplished daughter of Mrs Bridget McDonough of 1630 Hull street The young couple were united in mar riage Tuesday afternoon at St Aloysius church Rev Father OGrady performing the ceremony They have gone to house keeping at 1424 Hull street where they are receiving the congratulations of their friends Miss Katie Malone was the gracious hostess at a largely attended birthday party given in her honor by her parents Mr and Mrs Eugene Malone at their handsome home in Pewee Valley on Wednesdayafternoon Quite a number of the guests were from this city The decorations were exquisite and beautiful embracing autumn foliage and most of the fall flowers Miss Malone is one of Pewees most attractive girls and the function was among the most notable and brilliant of the season at that exclusively fashionable suburb The marriage of Miss Cecilia Reardon and William R Quire took place Wednesday at noon at the Dominican church Rev Father Fowler officiating The groom who holds a responsible position with the L N and is esteemed by all who know him is to be congratulated upon winning so fair a spouse as Miss Reardon whose lovable disposition has won for her a wide circle of friends After the marriage ceremony the happy couple left for an extended honeymoon trip East and upon their return will go to housekeeping at Twelfth and Bioad way where they will be pleased to re ceive their friends Miss Mary Agnes Lyons of New Al bany and Anderson Gilbert Moore of this city were united in marriage Wednesday evening at Holy Trinity rec tory the Rev Father Kelly performing the ceremony They left over the South ern for St Louis where they will visit for two weeks They will be at home after November 1 at 2317 Portland avenue The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John J Lyons West Seventh and Main streets New Albany and is a popular and highly esteemed young lady The groom formerly resided at Princeton Ind and at present holds a position as chief clerk in the office of the Southern railway in Louisville St Martins church was the scene of a brilliant wedding ceremony Thursday morning the contracting parties being Miss Minnie Scheibel and Sylvester Liga The nuptial mass was celebrated by Monsignor Francis Zabler assisted by Fathers Thome and Berresheim The happy couple were attended by Miss Mamie Liga sister of the groom and Anthony Peterworth Following the church ceremony they were served an elegant wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents 721 Shelby street andwere guests of honor at a llargely attended reception in the afternoon and evening at the residence of the grooms parents They are now spending their honeymoon in the East and upon their return will be at home to their friends at 741 East Madison street There have been many weddings this month but none excite more interest than that which occurs next Wednesday at Lagrange when Miss Margaret Sauer will become the bride of Capt Delmar Caldwell The ceremony will take place at the home of the brides parents Col arid Mrs Joseph Sauer Rev Father Mc Farland officiating Immediately after the ceremony the couple will leave on an eateadedbridal trip to the PanAmerican Exposition and the principal Eastern cities The brideelect is one of a family of girls noted for grace and beauty and has frequently been a visitor in this city where sue has many admirers Capt Caldwell is a popular conductor on the Shortline and Is too well and favorably known to our readers to rated any bou goer from our baod The writer offers congrittuUUoM withi the hope that their voyage over the matrimonialsec may be loaf tad btppjy TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN Tennessees Pardner Greatest Hit of the Past Year OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS Dolph and Susie Levino in their funny skit The Contented Man Herbert and Willing amusing black face 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CIDelBDatL Sa J GATES Gen agent Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTEE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE Ho218FourlbAve M j GAr 0ttri AjMttt LouirrHk Ky- WAUtBN J LYNCH O P A WM P DPPIt A G P Ai rjBicnwATi o n I IIRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges On Tuesday Dr Denis Murphy was elected pathologist to the North Cork Charitable Infirmary The Sligo Board of Guardians has de cided to present an address of welcome to Patrick A McHugh on his release from prisonThe Very Rev Canon Denis McCarthy of Ballincpllig died suddenly in Cork on Tuesday when on his way to the months mind of the late Archdeacon Coghlan A public meeting of Nationalists was held in Blackrock on Thursday night under the Presidency of W Field M P to make arrangements for the South Dublin revision Speeches were delivered by Messrs Clancy and Mooney W H Atkinson Coroner for North Armagh held aninquest in the premises of Samuel Pedlow publican touching the death ofa young man named John Mclaughlin Ballymena aged about twenty years who was killed by being run over by a traction engine early the dayrAt the adjourned annual licensing ses sion at Tallow Inspector Heard stated that he had served John OBrien of Tal low with notice that he would on that day oppose the renewal of his license Since then circumstances had transpired and he had now decided not to further oppose the signing of the certificate Major RutledgeFair Local Govern ment Inspector held an inquiry under the laborers acts on Wednesday at Birr which derived considerable interest from the fact that a previous scheme proposed by the same DIstrict Council had proved largely abortive under circumstances which had given rise to questions in Par liament A boat containing a party of nine tour ists and a crew of five was capsized on Svnday evening on the Upper Lake Killaruey under the Old Weir bridge By strenuous efforts on the part of spec tators nine persons were rescued but two boatmen and a Dutch officer named Bronwer who was staying on his honeymoon at Killarney were drowned- A large meeting to promote the com pulsory land purchase movement was held on Thursday in Antrim Resolu tions were adopted denouncing land lordism as the cause of all the evils that afflict the country complaining of the administration of the land laws calling upon the Government to end dual owner ship and expressing confidence in Mr Russell Arrangements were made for forming in the district a branch of the Compulsory Purchase Association- On Saturday morning Timothy OCal laghan manager of the Drug Hall North Main street Dublin died rather sud denly Although ailing somewhat during the past week he was at business up to Friday night but the next morning he complained of feeling ill The Rev 1 Bowler and Dr D J Murphy his em ployer were immediately summoned but he succumbed shortly after their arrival Deceased was about thirtyeight years of age unmarried and belonged to Water course road Cork On Monday a fire broke out in the Union Workhouse Omagb The fire was first discovered by attendant McGil lian who at once gave the alarm to the master and other officials On arriving at the place it was found that the separa tion ward and a large hay sheaf were in flames A small hose was immediately got to work and subsequently the town hose was requisitioned Water was kept playing on the flames for a couple of hours by which time the fite was under control The buildings were gutted- A sad fatality occurred between GUn and Ratbkeale on Sunday last It would appear that a contingent from Ratbkeale were returning by car from a United Irish League meeting at GUn and on the way the driver James Casey stooped to pick up his reins which at that moment slipped from his hands In he seriE ous injuries He was removed to a house near at hand and a priest and doctor were sent for but the poor man suc cumbed to his injuries in a short time An old woman named Fagan aged eightyfive died on Saturday in Jervis street Hospital under somewhat peculiar circumstances It appeared that She lived in a room in the house COMarlborough street Dublin A letter came to her on Friday night and the landlady in trying to gain admission to her room found the door locked She summoned the police who on forcing an entrance found the old lady lying unconscious on the floor They conveyed her to Jervis street JCos pits where she was attended tby Dr Dunddn She died tome hours after wards On Saturdatatt Coroner JaUy and a jury of twelve of Wick Patrick Hughes was the foreman held an finquest on the body of Martin Griffin aged fiftytwo yeara who wm found on Friday warning suspended from a rafter in his granary at Moyfield about half a mile trout ClUe morris Evidence having been given by a brother of the deceased who stated that deceased seemed eccentric for some time past and Drs Kelly and Maguire having proved that death was due to strangula tion the jury returned a verdict of sui ride while laboring under temporary insanity On Friday evening Richard Carey J P Chairman of the Youghal Urban Council presented Richard Maher who has recently been promoted from the statlonmastership of Youghal to that of Kildare with an address and a purse of sovereigns on behalf of some of the many friends he made for himself during the years he spent at this popular seaside resort Maher in returning thanks said he deeply regretted having to part with the good people of Youghal and he would never forget the many kindnesses they had done him during the pleasant years he lived among them At the Waterford City Quarter Sessions on Monday a respectable young man named William James Meyler pleaded guilty to two indictments charging him with having stolen letters the property of the Postmaster General H D Keane solicitor who appealed for leniency on the ground that the accused was the sole support of his mother and her three children said he had distinguished him self in all grades of the intermediate and two years ago competed for and won the only vacancy in the Post Office The court passed sentence of imprisonment for eight months with hard labor At Arklow Petty Sessions a man named John McCull was charged in custody with the alleged larceny of a watch from a cattle dealer named Francis Murphy of Kilquceny at Arklow A deposition was read which was made the day after the alleged occurrence by Murphy who stated that having misssd the two trains home on the evening previous he got into company with McCull who he be lieved took the watch from him He now stated that the statements he had made affecting McCull were not true Constable Lucas stated that Murphy made a statement to him in which he said he believed McCull took the watch On Saturday last the entire town and district of Roscrea was thrown into a state of deepest gloom by the intelligence that the reverend and saintly pastor of the parish Rev Michael Culligan was no more having passed peacefully to his reward on the day mentioned The sad event came with a shocking sense of sud denness on the people of the town and neighborhood for though it was a self evident fact that the good priest was for some time back in anything but robust health no one seems to have anticipated such an abrupt termination to a life which was one long record of piety self sacrifice and devotion to his people and to the church of which he was so dis tinguished an ornament- A couple of days ago a sad accident occurred on the Shannon near Portumna Bridge resulting in the death of a boy aged thirteen years named John Magrath It appears that the poor lad was assisting his father and another man to bring a turf boat from the Nenagh side of Lough Derg to Portumna and when nearing the swivel bridge was knocked into the water by the large sail WhIch he was assisting to haul down He was unable to swim and was never seen alive again and it is assumed that the bottom of the boat struck him on the head while he was in the water stunning him and rendering his rescue impossible The body was recovered oa Friday and the remains were interred at Garrykenne- dyTHEATRICALS Another great show is booked for the Avenue next week in Blaneys successful comedy drama Across the Pacific one of the most pretentious scenic produc tions of the season A feature will be the Gatling gun that delivers 260 shots per miuuie using ball cartridges loaded with smokeless powder Major Eplers Rough Rider Band will also be seen- togetherwith a large and select company of players The American Burlesquers will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week with the usual matinees The show this season as in the past is the best lBurlesque show on the road We tear no contradiction as the show has been tried and tried and the verdict is that it has no rival and must be seen to be appreciated Billy Watson who for years has been recognized the leading burlesque com edian will head this large and well se lected aggregation The olio with this show is one of special strength The splendor of the scenic effects the magnifi cence of the costumes the electrical effects are dazzlingly beautiful and cre ate unbounded enthusiasm nightly and form the subject of exhaustive and en thusiastic comments The selections for next weeks per formance by the Meffert Stock Company at the Temple Theater consists of Ten nessees Partner one of the great theat rical hits of the past year A certain amount of extra interest will be evoked by this production in which the mem bers of the company will be given excel lent opportunity to display their fenatil ity Tennessees Pardner isa clean and clever play representing life in the South full of comedy and pathos and is sure to please the Temples patrons The vaudeville feathers announced are also specially interesting Dolph and Susie Levino in their original and funny skit The Contented Man the Louisville favorites Herbert and Willing black face comedians and the polyscope with new moving pictures furnish ah enter tainment at reasonable prices that should fill the cozy amusement house at every performance CHARITY lOX SOCIAL A box social the proceeds of which will be devoted to charitable pwrpptee will be held nUt Thursday night inI New Albany Itttbe cof Miss Kite Gilleu Pearl areetlbrthe Starlight Club and a jolty good time tau bees arranged for thoM who Jltetuit u u- J a r IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O 11- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Mbnth President Thomas J Dolan Vice President Newton G Rogers Recording SecretaryMike Tynan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn I Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran J DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn M Gilles pie Financial 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 Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinney- IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall Firstjand Third Thursday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentJoseph Nevin WTarpeySecond FlynnFinancialByrneTrcasurerThomas KenneySentinelTimothy Written for the Kentucky Irish American OUR ROSARY QUEEN I Golden Octobers blue sky is aglow With beauty rare bright and serene And flowers fair deck the altars below In this the month of Our Rosary Queen We gather round Our Ladys shrine With these heartflowersour beads That she who holds the Child Divine May succor us in our needs h 0 Rosary Queen dear Mothermine Take thou my heart with roses sweet Hold me close and keep me ever thine Till in the Rosarys home we meet KATIE DONTLBAVY Louisville K- yRECENT i DEATHS Thomas Moon aged thirtyeight years and a well known jeweler succumbed to an attack of paralysis Mondaylast at his home 1213 Wctt Market street He leaves a wife and child and a host of friends and acquaintances to mourn his death Funeral services were held at St Patricks Wednesday morning Thomas McCue passed peacefully away Mondayafternoon at the residence of his brotherinlaw Michael Durkien 2143 Duncan street His funeral was largely attended Wednesday morning at St Patricks church He was held in high esteem by all who knew him being of a kindly disposition and his death is mourned by many friends and acquaint ancesThe death of Mrs Thomas N War field which occurred Wednesday after noon at the residence of her sister Miss Sadie Fogarty 817 Twentieth street cast a deep gloom over her circleof friends and acquaintances as she Vas a lady greatly admired for her runny fine traits of character Her funeral took place Friday morning from St Charles church Rev Father Raffo conducting the im pressive services 3 Mrs Bridget Flaherty wife of the late Martin Flaherty died Thursday morning at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where she had been seriously ill She was the mother of Miss Clara and Joseph and Martin Flaherty and adevout com municant of the Dominican church where the funeral obsequies took place She resided at 61G West Kentucky street where hundreds of friends of her family called to tender their sympathy to the sons and daughter in their sad bereave ment Mrs Maria Nolan the beloved wife of Officer David Nolan 1000 East Green street an esteemed and highly respected member of St Johns congregation was buried Sunday afternoon The burial service was read by Rev Father Bax who celebrated mass for the repose of her soul Monday morning Mrs Nolan was a woman of genuine piety a faithful wife and loving mother and charitable to an extent only known to those bene fited She is survived bya daughter Miss Addle Nolan And two sons David and Joseph Nolan who have the prayer ful sympathy of a large circle of friends Early last Sunday morning the soul of Anthony Sheridan winged its flight heavenward and numerous friends and relatives were cast iu deep gloom His boyhood days were spent in the rest End where he was known to almost everybody as a kind and gfcnerous hearted man At one time he was a member of the local police force from which he resigned to take the placfc in business of his father Patrick Shcrldauresiding at 1464 High avenue With requiem high mass the funeral service Wre held at St Patricks church Tuesday morning the edificeI being thronged Vrith sorrowing friends j The newt of the d tn of Michael Mc Nally atLeedvilkCo bme aa a great IIhocJtto his aurneratt Mhtira sad friend he klacltyl wtn rly a popular residestofLotivjksomtycsrspet W bud tan wcoe 1 fyeagegtl to mining enterprises in the far West His remains were brought to the residence of his brother Thomas McNally Tenth and Main streets and the funeral services were held Wednesday morning at the Cathedral Mike McNally is well re membered here as a man of cheerful dis position and generous nature one of those genial Irishmen who made friends of all who came in contact with him A large circle of friends and relatives grieve over his death David OGorman forty yeas of age died after a lingering illness of comsump tion last Friday at his residence 2000 Portland avenue He was a gas and steam fitter by trade but for some years past held the position of chief engineer at the Doerhoefer tobacco factory Mr OGorman was a genial Irishman well known in the West End and loved by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances and it is with a feeling of deep regret we chronicle his death During the old Land League days the Irish cause found in him an earnest supporter and his best efforts were given every movement undertaken in behalf qf his native land He was also prominent in labor circles filling various offices in his union and always enjoying the respect and confi dence of employers and workingmen He leaves a wife and four children to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent protector His funeral was largely at tended at St Cecilias church Sunday morning SHORT AND BRIEF Texas oil will be used as fuel for five new ships which will run between America and Ireland Only twentysix persons will be per mitted to witness the electrocution of the assassin Czolgosz in Auburn prison According to the latest census bulletin on population the males outnumbered the females in these United States by 1815 097 when the count of 1900 was taken Chastisement with rods imprisonment for life and the death sentence are among the inducements held out to the Boers to submit to the benignant sway of Eng landMajor Patrick Flynn Deputy United States Revenue Collector died Thursday at Rockport Ill aged sixtynine years Major Flynn at the outbreak of the civil war enlisted 300 men in Northern Illinois forming a part of thefamous Mulligan GuardsTuesday it was reported from London that Miss Maude Gonne the Irish Joan of Arc had eluded the vigilance of the British authorities and was on her way to South Africa British officials at the principal ports were notified to watch for her arrival Johann Most the anarchist was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary Monday in the Court of Special Sessions New York City for publishing in his paper the Freiheit an alleged seditious article on the day following the shooting of the late President McKinley- In sentencing five Cape rebels to life imprisonment one to be beaten with rods and one to death Kitchener of Khar toum makes martyrs of belligerents and of himself practically a murderer By such means the Dutch may be crushed they can hardly be conciliated After more than five days spent in se curing a jury the second trial of Caleb Powers for complicity in the assassina tion of Gov William Goebel was begun Monday afternoon at Georgetown with Judge Cantrill on the bench There is a strong array of talent and the legal battle will be bitterly fought and long drawn outThe mighty Russian battle ship Ret vizan the largest vessel of her type afloat and the largest ever built in America as well as the first to be constructed here for a foreign Government Saturday went into dry dock at the Brooklyn navy yard to have her hull painted below the water line preliminary to her final official speed trial The Retvizan is of nearly 13000 tons displacement length 374 feet will house nearly 800 men and can hurl 3400 pounds of chilled steel and high explo sives from the four great guns in her fore and aft steel turrets BOARD OP SAFETY Mayor Weaver sent in the name of John S Morris as the successor of William L Lyons on the Board of Safety and the appointment was approved by the Board of Aldermen at their meeting Tuesday evening The appointee has been filling the position of Secretary of the fire department INCREASED BUSINESS Wathens ice cream factory has this season had the largest business in its history the output surpassing that of former years by several thousand gallons monthly What is still more gratifying to Mr Watben ia the great satisfaction given his customers l1Yho are scattered all over Kentucky and adjoining States He now hasthelargest ice creamfactory and creamery in this section of the coup try and the attention of our readers is called to his advertisement in another column CREDITABLE PERFORMANCE The minstrel performance and dance of the Marcella Minstrel Company at tracted a large and select audience at Music Hall Wednesday night An excel lent programme was capably presented the greatest hits being made by Charles Parsons and Charles Ruddlck in a comedy acrobatic actandthe club swinging of young Ford was enthusiastically ape plauded Louis Koster was the inter locutor and Tom Clines John McCrock Hn Sylvester Grove and Will Corrigan were funny end men creating much laughter by their original and inimitable witticisms Following the performance about two hundred couples enjoyed dancing to the music of the Cadet Band orchestra The young men are to be complimented for their very creditable eatertalpment 1haaYeJ and silky beavers are un doa y the favorite autumn bat ma 1 terisk0u t SHE IS CRYINGBecause She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE C linU f l I EMI01Se jlMJYb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H AEeutLoulsvl1te FRANK J AgentCAnagerW HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 0 of Buffalo averages four initiations a week Short talks on Irish topics would make many meetings much more interesting besides instructive The Erie County Board will hold a county convention at Buffalo on Monday for the election of officers State President Kennedy visited Crans ton R I last week where she expects to soon institute a new division of the Ladies Auxiliary Division 1 of Duluth held the most interesting meeting in its history last week Two degrees were conferred under the new form upon a large class Some of the many socials given by the Hibernians of the Eastern States are very unique particularly the ribbon parties which have met with great favor Detroit Hibernians are making prepara tions for a grand ball Thanksgiving eve Arrangements for the affair are being perfected by members of the County BoardThe fair of the Hibernian Rifles of Providence was a success In the spirit of true fraternity many brothers gave the company which is a new one encourage ment and a helping hand to raise funds to secure necessary equipment Division 10 of Detroit is steadily forg ing ahead fiftyfive new members having been initiated during the past year This division has been accorded the two first prizes offered by the State and county officers for initiating the largest number of new members into the order within the past twelve months Last Thursday night was the date set for a unique entertainment by Division 1 of Minneapolis The relative merits of St Paul and Minneapolis were ably set forth by Judge Willis for St Paul and Judge Steele for Minneapolis Judge Corrigan presided and the case was submitted to a jury of twelve Hibernians for decisionThe great meeting held under the auspices of Division 18 of Providence in Labor Temple last Sunday afternoon was an interesting topic of conversation dur ing the preceding week As was antici pated it was the largest gathering of the order on record in Rhode Island fora similar purpose The new paraphernalia for complete degree wort was used for the first time- O1DONNELL ARRESTED For Addressing His Constitu ents Last Sunday In Mayo John ODonnell Irish Nationalist mem ber of Parliament attempted to address his constituents last Sunday in Kilmaine County Mayo the scene of recent evic tions He was dragged off the platform five times by the police and finally after a fierce struggle was taken to the bar racks One hundred and fifty police were present during the meeting The crowd hurled stones and several 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BOABffllB STABLE 407 QkSTJEFFERSON IT AM 430- H FEStHOUS 905 Wi IMIHjt J SYlllEKY t u a COUNTY GLARE Wllllnm Redmond and the Rev Father Clancy Address Largo Meetings Largo Gatherings Under Aus pices of the League at Ennis and Eunistyinon Irish League Will Fight Ire Ilands Battle Without Crime or Outrage I AN AWFUL DECREASE IN POPULATION That the people oMJasfand West Clare are thoroughly aroused andwill give their hearty support to the United Irish League and the Nationalist members of Parliament was fully demonstrated two weeks ago when large and enthusiastic gatherings assembled at Ennis and En nistymon to hear the addresses of William Redmond M P Father Clancy Alder man Joyce and other Nationalists The demonstration at Ennistymon was an immensely successful one The town was en fete with marching bands friendly mottoes everywhere staring one in the face and contingents swarming in along all the roads leading toIItbe town of the cascades The members of Parliament were accompanied by most of the leading I Ennis Nationalists and were warmly welcomed The enthusiasm and dimensions of the meeting would have made it con spicuous even in early Land League days The platform stood in the center of the town and a dense mass of West and East Clare men filled all the open space from which a view of the platform could be had and extended even beyond that so long as it was within hearing distance William Redmond M P who was received with cheers congratulated him self and them on the fact that the good priests of Clare were with them It was a changed state of things since he was last in EnnistytnouT Then he had fought for what he thought was right today there was no disunion in Ennistymon He was delighted by the fact of finding again beside him Clares glory Father Clancy There was no longer any danger of disunion but members of Parliament were of little account by themselves but they counted for a lot where they were backed by their own people He had gone as the men of Clare knew to pay his respectswhich were dueto President Kruger What place do you represent he inquired through the interpreter I represent the people of County Clare I said and the poor old man not knowing everything said I suppose the people of Clare are against the war I could not help laughing at the question and I said Why Mr President if you were to come to the County Clare the people would hug you to death at their hearts Laughter and cheers Mr Redmond said he only mentioned the incident to show that in bis spare time in Parliament he tried to do good work by encouraging the men who were fighting at the other end of the world But let them show that Irishmen were men too They were sometimes accused of inciting people to outrage That of course was a lie This question of out rages was a serious one He bad always denounced outrages and he told them now that in asking them to join the League and boycott men who deserved boycotting he was hy that very fact urg ing them to guard against the suspicion of being in any way associated with out rages and to do merely what every trades unionist iin England did when there was a strike He Pas no friend of the people who maimed a dumb animal An Irishman might be one who if pro voked might smite a giant in the face but would not lift a injuring finger to a poor dumb creature English members had sometimes talked to him about ourages in Clare but the hislbusinesstlemens attentiou to outrages which were the work of the policeof the rapscal lions of the Royal Irish Constabulary and after all that had been said in and out of Parliament about these cases there remained one striking fact namely that the Government had not put Sheridan and his friends on their trail although if it was the case of a poor Irish farmer who tried to boycott the man who robbed his home there would not be much delay in arraigning hint Well the Govern ment might let them alone but the Irish members would have something to say before this matter was brought to conclu SionHe appealed to those who heard rim to help to stop emigration by joining the League and strengthening the hands of the men whom they had sent to renee sent them in Parliament IRev James Clancy of Kilkee appealed to the people that unless they were wil- lling to assist at the funeral of the Irish nation they must rouse themselves to stop emigration In 1841 the population of Clare was 280000 In 1001 it was 112000 In 1841 there were in Clare 44870 Inhabited houses This year there ate 20903 Much qf that waS due to the operations of the crowbar brigade Well but what was the use of groaning They cheered the Boers Yes but very often those who cheered the Boers who were getting on very well without them had not the courage to give the cold shoulder to the landgrabber When they met him For his own part he would neither cut- shuiflenordeal with thellaadlAd or the- laudgrabber and there was nip pbwer OH earth to compel him to do sof against hi will He would say of himself that he would fight everyday of his life RgaUwt the enemies of the people IntbeLeague they hadan orgy tatiou which would enable them to fight their battle without Crime or qntrage and therefore he aire j f LEVYSLEADER I I t 2I I HATSStiff and soft thirty styles alt union made and I I IIJudgeII I LEVYS II- SS Third and Market I M i1M 444spealed to them to come in and join tbe League It was the interest of the shop keeper and the professional man to jott it because there could be no prosperity for any one jn the country unless the lane was prospering Let them send from the meeting n message which would stir the heart of William OBrien and help t restore himto healt- hHIGHER t UP LADDER fRapid Rise of Wet Known Young Louisville Rail road Man The rapid rise in the railway world ot Frank Gi Cunningham formerly of this city but now of St Louis has been al most phenomenal and his wide circle ot Louisville friends will welcome the new s of his further advancement Upon leaving school in this city about five years ago young Cunningham accepted a clerk ship with what is now the Southern rail way systenf having headquarters in thi s city By diligence and strict attention to business be won the confidence and re spect of tics superiors and was several times promoted Last year he was re moved to St Louis to fill a still more responsible place with the Southern and was there but a short time until he wa again advanced to chief clerk wit offices is the Holland building HI experience and ability as a railroad mai has long been recognized and when the Louisville Nashville wanted an Assist ant City Passenger Agent for St Louis the name of Frank Cunningham wasI highly recommended by prominent rail road men and bis superiors with the Southern Upon their advice thoughI regretting to sever the pleasant relation ship existing he resigned and accepted the city ticket agency entering upon hisI new duties Monday last His Louisville friends when in the Mound City vill find him at 200 North Broadway Tile Kentucky Irish American joins his friends in tendering congratula tions and stilladheres to its prediction that his career which has just begun will yet find him at the top of the ladder I TROUBLE BREWING Opposition to Inviting King Edward to Visit1 Cork TV A Cork cablegram to the New Vor World says An exhibition of Irish artsI and industries is being organized here for next summer But serious trouble i threatened owing to the desire of Lor Mayor Fitzgerald to Invite time King an l Queen to Cor1when they visit Vicero Cadogan at tipblln nest April It is r ported that William OBrien the senio- Imember of Parliament for Cork City be run for the Lord Mayoralty next Jan nary so as to prevent a municipal invita tion being extended to the King IUCWAI Tic CONVENTION Amidst great splendor time Euchar1 tatic Congress bcgan its sessions at St3 waqs11 a larger number of churchmen present than ever before Bishop Mae openedI the exerciMsr Sth prayer and delivered pad I were r of lobjecU the obogrtm being in MarionJ when thlitten G f FRANKFORT Hon E T McDermott Speaks For Louisvilles Business Interests Carnival Visitors Accorded n Hearty Welcome to the Capital City Ladles Auxiliary to the Young Mens Institute to Bo Organized LECTURE FOR CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT Kv Oct 17Last week was a gala one in the old Capital City and the town was attired in holiday dress The latchstring was on the outside and the hundreds of strangers that visited Frankfort during the four days of the fair found a cordial welcome awaiting them On Friday Louisville day a crowd of the Falls Citys representative business men estimated at 1200 came up on a special train accompanied by a brass band That brilliant and eloquent young orator lIon Edward J McDermott re plied to Col Crocketts speech ofwelcome on behalf of the Commercial Club and business men of Louisville in a short but eloquent appeal to the people of Frank fort to continue to patronize Louisvill- merchants and assist in building up Ken tuckys metropolis Thursday evening Young Mens Insti timeoI prettiest and most brilliant social events of the season the third annualstreet fair dance of the Elite Social Club in honor of the carnival visitors The hall was tastefully decorated andenhanced by the rich and beautiful costumes worn by the pretty and charming visitors scene was presented long to be bered Some of the most beautiful an attractive women of the farfamed Blue Centrafr organlzar I r Kentucky city being represented 1e tion of a young ladiesauxiliary I Young Mens Institute has been quietly going on and now almost enough namess I to form an organization have been se cured A preliminary meeting will be held at Young Mens Institute Hall on I Sunday afternoon October 20 when the society will be instituted and officers l elected The young ladies of the city and young matrons also have been ex tendeda cordial invitation to attend the I orIpot when object auxiliary I be fully explained In the meantime the pleasuresI I giving infofiqati n e I same Misses Margaret Berberich Jen Mesedames cn Collins Kate Welch George B Salender end Thomas J Brislan The social session on Wednesday even ing last the first of a series to be given this winter by Lambert Young Council Y M I was a great success and was well attended by the members and beir friendsCapt D J McNamara of Lexington well known in Frankfort where be has visited quite frequently during the past six years has accepted a position with the Whitehead Plumbing Company of this city where he will reside in the future It is said that the genial Captain will lead to the altar one of Frankforts charming girls before Thanksgiving rolls aroundA number of tickets are being sold for the lecture on India to be delivered by Father Younan the celebrated lecturer and missionary at the Capital Theater Monday October28 The lecture is given under the auspices of the Frankfort Catholic Knights of America and the indications are that it will be quite a success D J M MARION COUNTY Rev Paul Alf Conducts a Successful Mission at Holy Cross At Holy Cross in Marion county was begun on Thursday a mission of five days given by the Rev Paul Alf of the Franciscan order in this city The ser vices so far have been well attended the people in this part of the county being very pious and attentive to their religions duties The mission will close Monday morning by which time it is expected that several hundred will have ap proached the sacraments The church at Holy Cross is one of the oldest if not actually the oldest in this diocese It iU a substantial brick building erected by the Rev Charles Nerinckx conditionkthan many buildings more date This congregation was first estab lisped in 1791 by Father de Roban in the whichdRohansdknob Adjoining the s cem spentein deciphering the inscriptions on ihegr ible The first person to be buried there was James Mullahome whose death oc curred In 1801 This congregation was for some time 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