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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pr FFT T KENTUCKY IRIIAMERICAN VIINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1901 PRICE FIVE CEN THE GOLDEN RULE Should Bo Observed by Employ ers and Employes When Disputes Arise Labor Has Its Sacred Rights anti Dignity Says Cardinal Gibbous Many Blessings Would Result If Arbitration Became General ENCOURAGES THE TRADES UNIONS His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons con tributes to the New York Journal an able paper giving his views upon bow labor and capital can become reconciled and it should be carefully perused by our readers From it we take the following extracts and his advice to the toilers Labor has its sacred rights as well as its dignity Paramount among the rights of the laboring classes is their privilege to organize or to form themselves into socie eties for their mutual protection and ben efit It is in accordance with natural right that those who have one common interest should unite together for its pro motion Another potent reason for the encouragement of labor unions that sug gests itself to his mind is that secret societies lurking in dark places and plot tiuR the overthrow of existing govern inents have been the bane of Continental Europe That the laborer is worthy of his hlreis the teaching of Christ as well as the dictate of reason itself He is entitled to a fair and just compensation for his services He deserves something more and that is kind and considerate treatment Urging loyalty to emplyeiV interests and deprecating features of the boycott the distinguished prelate con cludes with the following- It would be a vast stride in the interests of peace and of the laboring classes if the policy of arbitration which is now gain ing fuvor for the settlement of interna tional quarrels were also availed for the adjustment of disputes between capital and labor Many blessings would result Jwtntbe adoptiouof this method for while strikes as the name implies are aggressive ane destructive arbitration is conciliatory and constructive The result in the former case is determined by the weight of the purse in the latter by the weight of argument And now permit me to address to you hardy sons of toil a few words of friendly exhortation solely inspired by a sincere affection for you and an earnest desire for your temporal and spiritual welfare First Cultivate a spirit of industry without which all the appliances of or ganized labor are unavailing Activity is the law of all intellectual and animal life The more you live in conformity with that law the happier you will be An active life like the purling rivulet is an unfailing source of gladnesa health and contentment while an indolent life like the stagnant pool breeds discontent disease and death No man enjoys with a keener relish the nights repose and the Sunday holiday rest than the son of toil A life of patient industry is sure to be blessed with a competence if it is not crowned with an abundant remuneration The great majority of our leading men of wealth are indebted for their fortunes to their own untiring industry Take an active personal conscientious interest in the business of your employer be as much concerned about its prosperity as if it were your own And are not your employers affairs in a measure yours For your wages come from the profits of the concern and the more you contribute to its success the better he can afford to compensate you for your servlce He t twiltbe impelled by an enlightened self interest as well as by a sense ofjustice to requite you for your services with a generous hand Second Foster habits of economy and your4PYou will thus protect your liberty and business integrity and guard yourself against the slavery and humiliation of debt which Is too often the precursor and the incentive to commercial dishonor Most of the alleged wants of mankind are purely artificial and contribute little lJornothing to the sum of human happi- ness0 Rather do they add to the sum off human misery for what are our earthly desires but so many links In our chain of bondage S Third While honestly striving to bet teryour condition be content with your station in life and do not yield to ant inordinate desire of abandoning yjut present occupation for what is popularly regarded as a more attractive avocation Remember that while the learned pro ions are overcrowded there always a demand for skilled and unskilled labors ndHhat It is far better to succeed In mechanical or manual work than to fall in profesekmal life Ee notover eager to amass wealth for they who are anxious to become rich fall into temptations and Into the snares of the devil and late many unprofitable and hurtful desires which drown men in destruction and j p rdltl6 A feverish ambition to ac tu1ka fortune which may be called j our rirttcwal diMctepWi iIa incompatiblI with piMa of mini 4Madczata jfpaeans- ttk CntMsd itare rrefuafte lei o Itslinconveniences suggestive of abstemious habits and ab stemious habits are conducive tq health while wealth is a powerful incentive to excessive indulgence which is the fruit ful source of complicated diseases A poor peasant who was roaming one morn ing through his landlords demesne in the hope of catching some game to appease his hunger was suddenly confronted by its owner and asked what Induced him to be out so early And pray what brings you out so early Interposed the peasant I am trying to find an appetite for my breakfast replied his lord ship And I added the peasant am hunting to find a breakfast for my appe the Of these two men the pampered landlord was perhaps the greater sufferer a long and severe regimen would be necessary to restore his health while a hearty meal would suffice to relieve the pain of the peasant Fourth Sobriety will be an angel of tranquillity and comfort to yourself and family While this virtue should be cultivated by all wen it ought to be especially cherished by the laboring class who are so much exposed to the opposite vice Intemperance has brought more desolation to homes than famine or the sword and is a more unrelenting tyrant than the grasping monopolist FifthAbove all let religion be the queen of your household It will be a sacred bond uniting all thp members in the ties of domestic love It will be the guardian of peace and contentment it will season the bread of laborSNot by bread alone doth man live but by every word that proceedeth from the mouth of God It will be to you an unfailing source of wealth for godliness with suf- ficIency is great gain It is profitable to all things having the promise of the life that now is and of that which is to come When the evening of life has come and your earthly labors are draw ing to a close it will cheer you with bright prospects of an eternal Sabbath- S LIFES JOURNEY ENDED Death Claims Mrs Martin Duan While Peacefully Sleeping It was with the deepest sorrow that the news of the death of Mrs Ann Dugan wife of Officer Martin Dugan was heard Thursday morning having been found dead in her bed about 0 oclock by her husbaridTnpbnhls return fromi his nights duty Her death came without any warning and was a great shock to her family and friends Always a devout and practical Catholic she participated in the Rosary devotions at the Domini can church the proceeding evening appearing in good spirits and excellent healthWhen Officer Dugan returned home there was no response to his cheery sal utatlon and upon approaching her bed side he Was rendered almost insensible by the discovery that her soul had taken its flight while she peacefully slept She never presented a more calm and resigned appearance her arms being folded across her breast with her beads in her hands In her death the Dominican parish loses one of its exemplary mem hers and Limerick a good woman of the old school whom many who are now grown men wilt long remember for her generous deeds and good advice when they were boys Mrs Dugan was a native of Queens county Ireland but came to this country with her parents when a child Before the war she was married to Martin Dugan who for the past thirty years has been connected with the Louisville police force Besides her husband she leaves two sons and one daughter to mourn her loss and they have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their hour of sorrow They are Prank Dugan of Tenth and Broadway Martin J Dugan of the printing firm of Smith Dugan and Miss Agnes Dugan of St Souls who arrived here yesterday morning Her funeral takes place this morning from the Dominican church with high mass of requiem and will be one of the largest witnessed there for many a day A beautiful and well spent life thus ends andwith all who had the good fortune to know her we join in saying May her soul rest in peace J YOUNG LADIES DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin- Ity Council have issued invitations for a reception and dance to be given at Fountain Ferry on Tuesday evening November 19 The committee in charge is composed of the following well known and popular young lady members Mrs Thomas OBrien Chairman Miss Lulls Ackerman Louise Stark Lula Schwaui ger Alice Ellard Fannie Riley Mayme Burke Josephine Hoertz Nettle Holt man Rose Gajhof Mayme Weber Lula Stey Anna Daley and Anna McEHiott They will spare no pains to make this eclipse their former social events which have been many and successful SSJOHN McCORMiCKSMISPORTIJN- John McCormick of this city who Was runover by aa engine in the Ktweellvilie round house of the Louisville Sc Nashville railroad to now testing easy and will re cover HIsiinjuries were so serious that bot1itsltadol be amputated just above the ankle Johns misfortune came as a great shock to lila many friends here d- h1aU iheir hwrtfelt sympathy in hjs trouble tJ t1 IRIGHTREV MONSIGNOR M BOUCHET Chairman of the Clergymens Executive Committee for the Orphans Bazar o 4 4 4 3 S J S J 4 X5 Q J S 3 fi w k cONPIoENLj Democrats Certain That Grain- ger Will Win by 7OOO majority Republicans Withdraw Charges About Alleged Illegal- Registration Thos Who Were Out of the City May Register Next Week NOW CONSIDERED A OHESIDED FIGHT The municipal campaign is devoid of interest because everything seems to be one way It is conceded that Charles F Grainger will be elected and that he will carry with him every nominee on the ticket The ticket aside from Mr Grainger is an exceptionally strong one and the Democratic nominee for Mayor is trying to impress this upon his political friends His aim has been to secure sup portnot only for himself but for the entire ticket and he has succeeded ad mirably There is no disaffection anywhere Brown Democrats Goebel Democrats Gold and Silver Democrats are united Beside this there are thousands of old line Republicans dissatisfied with the Sapp management who will vote for Grainger and most of his associates It looks like Grainger would have about 7000 majority if the full Democratic registered vote is brought out All now depends on bringing out the vote and the organization in the future will be directed to this end The Republicans confessed their weak ness in the County Court on Tuesday by withdrawing all the challenges against alleged Illegal voters Secretary New sum ofSappa Committee claimed to be able to summon 7000 illegal voters but when it came to a show down he was un able to challenge 800 The situation b so favorable for the Democrats that bets are BOW freely offered that the whole ticket will be electedbrat least 3600 for the lowest candidate on the ticket Those who were out of the city or were sick on October 2 or3 can regis tar next Monday Tuesday and Wednes day at the Court House HAPPY UNION A fashionable wedding at St Louts Bertrands church next week will have for its bride Miss Usrgrt Finegan the handsome and amiable daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael Pitt alli Ninth and Kentucky treetsv The bridegroom will be Peter Jeuala successful young contractor of jhll1aLiwlsofo u r i r = etdiri r ldiU well known in this city The ceremony which is eagerly antlcip dbyMlss Finegans many admiring friends will ber performed next Wednesday afternoon at 330 oclock the Rev Father Fowler officiating A reception will follow at the home of the brides parents after which the happy pair will leave on an extended honeymoon trip making their home in Memphis Miss Finegan is one of our most lovable and popular young women and her departure from this city is the only cause of regret to her very wide circle of friends and acquaintances who all wish the couple a long life of happiness and prosperity S t ANNIVERSARY Bacons Great Store Beauti fully Decorated Honor of tho Event J Bacon Sons are now celebrating the fiftysixth anniversary of the opening of their great dry goods store Their new and handsome house on Market street between Third and Fourth has been beautifully decorated for the occa sion and throngs of visitors are being entertained daily The decorations are typical of and in keeping with the fall season and everywhere are found exquisitely arranged the autumn leaves and colors Deers and foxes elks heads and antlers are mounted in every convenient spot and carry out the idea of the fall hunt while the pillars balcony railings and stairs are cqvered Ayith many colored leaves The decorations are novel and the most beautiful ever seen here ajid our lady readers should not miss them This enterprising firm has also placed on display the argest and finest stock of fall goods ever brought to Louisville and the novelty has attracted large crowds daily ANOTHER FOR QRAINQER Officer Lee Mullen one of the most efficient men in the local police depart meal has been in exceedingly good humor this week the cause therefor being the arrival of another young Democrat at his home on Seventeenth street last Sunday evening The little fellows attendants say his first yell was given for Grainger for Mayor and this act has made him a popular baby in that neigh borbood OLAD NEWS L The many friends and acquaintances of Peter McFarland will wi Iconic the uews that he has almost ei lirely recovered from a very severe atta k of erysipelas that has Confined him totlie residence of bis soninlaw Val Lettt4 721et Wale nuts for several weeks For many years he was quite active IB irish American affairs but owing to ad renced age and the loss of his eyesight i has not been so prominent as for lefyMr MePar land la a native oi Irelaurl and a veteran of the late war who d UujjuUhed him sell for icarny on the Confederate side s VUonUe your hot1a j L WEtCOME7 John Redmond Patrick A Mc Hugh and Thomas ODon nell Sail ForAmerica Were Given a Royal SendOff by the Irish Nationalists of Cork Sons of the Emerald Isle Again United AgalnstEngllsh Government PURPOSE OF THEIR MISSION HERE The men of good old rebel Cork gave the delegates of the Irish party to this country Messrs John Redmond Patrick McHugh and Thomas ODonnell a hearty sendoff Thursday before their departure for Queenstown from where they sailed for the United States A large and representative number of all the Nationalist organizations in the city took part in the demonstration of wel come tendered the Irish Nationalists upon their arrival and the patriotic trio who arc now crossing the Atlantic to plead the cause of Ireland received a heartfelt Godspeed from the citizens of Cork that was indeed cheering The press dispatches state that John Redmond M P in the course of the general reply which he made to the numerous addresses presented to him and his colleagues laid particular stress on his contention that his mission to Amer lea could be taken as a proof that the reunion which had occurred in Ireland had also occurred in the United States and that England hereafter wilt have to fight the worldwide Irish race of 20000 000 whose action is limited to one con sideration namely that alt means were honorable and just in the sight of God and who preferred to be linked to the meanest free country on earth than to the British Empire He also said that his missiqh was to show England that she would have to count hereafter on a united Irish race backed by the public opinion and the support and sympathy of 20 000000 of free people in the American republic Among a variety of endcommunications which Redmond re ceived were telegrams from different parts of ngland denouacing him as a traitor The scene at the Cork railway station Immediately prior to the departure for Queenstown was one o extra ordinary enthusiasm A large crowd with bands swept down the barriers erected to exclude the public from the platforms planted flaming tar barrels In front off the saloon carriage is yhlchjMr Redmond wfiseatefl and played God Save Ireland cud I The tor tyfBgled ikniMr llI ao address from ibr plat o 0- c J 1 form of the car Mr Redmond referred to the attacks which the London GloTbe had to apologize for last session at the bar of Parliament characterizing these as scurrilous attacks upon the Irish party Add now boiling with rage he exclaimed this paper is grossly in suiting our brethren in America aqd asserting that we are going to the United States to get subscriptions from Ameri can murder dubs This shows the blind unreasoning hatred and opinion held by representatives of the British Government notwithstanding the fact that through the long list of officials and public men in America from the Presi dency down there have been representa tives of our race Patrick A McHugh member of Par liament for the north division of Leitriw who was sentenced to six months imprisonment as a firstclass misdemeanant for publishing in his paper the Sligo Champion articles denouncing jury packing was released from Kilmainham jail Monday He was accorded an enthusiastic reception by a large crowd of people who repeatedly cheered him and eagerly crushed forward to shake hands witb him The Lord Mayor of Dublin Sir deputationfromSouth SHgo John ODonnell member for South Mayo were among those who welcomed him to liberty Mr McHugh drove in the Lord Mayors carriage fol lowed by a long procession of carriages to a hotel where a luncheon was given in his honor The distinguished visitors will appear in all the large cities during their stay in the Uuited States V CANT BE BEAT Splendid Entertainment Wit nessed by Large Crowd Monday Night Hibernian Hall was crowded to the doors Monday night by members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and their friends who came as invited guests to witness the first literary and social ses sion of the season under the auspices of i Division 3 To President John Cava naugh and Tom Quinn who contributed to the success of the affair and worked unselfishly to make it complete and en joyable too much praise can not be accorded The opening address was made by Patrick jJ Welsh the popular Deputy Assessor who acquitted himself to the satisfaction of hia friends inthe order Piano solos were rendered by Misses Allie Rouescbe and Mamie Mackey Miss Julia Kelly the talented young pianist contributed pleasing vocal solo as did also Miss Elizabeth Rogers both responding to hearty encores Others who took prominent part in the exer cises were Masters John Richter William Brady and Oscar Roberts Joseph Lent ban Michael McGuire Will and Edwin Sabrie Sylvester Grove Harry Golden and John Green the latter making the greatest bit of the evening his nearest competitor being Master Brady whose selection convulsed the audience- The entertainment as a whole is the best ever given by the division which has done much toward bringing out young people possessed of ery good talent sSKNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Last Sunday a council of the Knights of Columbus was instituted at Chatta nooga Tenn and another step forward has been made by this grand organilatlon in the South There were sixty candi dates for admission with large numbers of visitors from Nashville Columbus and other cities Louisville being represented by Dr Charles G Lucas George E Mulligan Charles J OConnor FLReader M J Bannon and C A Curtin Father Tobln welcomed the Knights and visitors at a special mass in a feeling manner and Right Rev Bishop Byrne delivered the principal address at he banquet in the evening congratulating the Knights upon their grand work and bidding them Godspeed in their efforts to stir in many souls n spirit of living faith and in spreading abroad an atmos phere of peace and good will Bishop Ludden of Syracuse has also given the Knights of Columbus the stamp of his approval having just before lila departure for Ireland named the chap lain for the Syracuse Council The initiation of a large number of new memo bers will take place here next month when many prominent citizens wilt be admitted Nearly all the principal cities delegationsa national reputation 4 S UNION COUNTY Rev Father Jenkins the zealous pas tor of the Catholic church at New Hope who has been spending a mouth in Can ada arrived home last Saturday from St Louis where he attended the Eucharistic Congress St Vincents parochial school at New Hope is reported in a flourishing condition having an average daily attendance of about 160 pupils Beinard Dawsons numerous friends bythepointed chief clerk at Princeton S S HALLOWEEN Next Thursday wijl be Halloween and young folks are arranging numerous parties therefor This will alto be the closing night of the orphans beast at Uederkrunr Hall and hue the ladles yoftbechrmJiuidciat c t LIGHT AND BEAU Prevail at the Grand Baa Now in Progress for the Orphans Ladies In Charge Are Court and Kindness Without Exception a The Many Pretty Booths o Handsome Articles Displayed Ii Thereintt EXCELLENT DINNERS SERVED DAL1 In a blaze of light and beauty vtJ orphans bazar opened Monday night Liederkranz Hall Sixth and Wainl streets A fairly good crowd attend and exclamations of delight and pleas greeted the ladles in charge of the duff ltJghumorothir mood manifested by the increas numbers tnat appear nightly There hj been many bazars here during the few years but for variety of articles beautiful objects this is preeminentlj most completely stocked ofall ladies in charge of the various tables in the diningroom are courtesy andki exceptlTheeve manner the younger girls vicing wi praisthetnanyai boothsThe Cathedral booth under the car Mrs Smith Miss Walsh and the Mi Finn has a gorgeous array of beaut things In the center of these is Madonna and child ua oil painting Miss Florence Byrne a really fine pi littlegInSmith and a box ofart goods fi Nazareth containing among other thi three exquisite golf pillows valued e at 25 the work of the Sisters latter the color of the dress I shaded the work being emb silk Other fine exhibits are the and Stein from the same Sisters a tcelengraying of the Hofy farSliy pl sented by Mrs Chris OConnor excellent photo picture of the good a zealous Father Rock who has from t bestaidconspicuous place A pair of dainty ai solid gold bracelets made after tbdion of forty years ago feach with a loci giftMri all the handsome things given to the fai To the Cathedral booth also has been dj nated a dinner set of Hawarden china I Mr Jerry Bacon whose munificence i always upparent on occasions such as t presentThe fiominicab booth is in charge bYMrDenunzio JosONeilldlvhllehandsarticlei a3 to be seen on other tables for the reas that they lave made their specialty to l the refreshments that are to be four down stairs in the basement Mrs Kij osephineMattinhave if work for the Dominican table A ban some pillow from Mrs Denuczfo an chair from Mrs Daniel P White ai among the attractive articles to be fount thereThe MagdalenStName sometimes termed the Big Four have one of the best booths A fine up MontenegroRiehmSt 8 Paulsis found hcrealsdgrand Jcffersot couch from Schupp Schmidt a lleatbei Ottoman couch from Keiskers a soIl mahogany chair presented by the ever oxfromand drawn linen table covers etcafine j cabinet mantel from the Voss Mantel Company and the exquisite taste shown by Miss Mary Gosa in ornamenting the booth with morning glory vines makes this corner of the bazarvcry attractive Miss Goss deserves particular mention among the ladies who are doing good spiritSt tit green and white is another place wherein one delights to Hager Here Mrs Nic Holloran always ready to serve for sweet charitys sake is assisted by Mrs Tod Keenan Mrs Walker and Mrs Johd Riley A net lace surplice made s presented to the booth by Mrs Gaugbl a Smyrna rug from Joseph Hubbncbl a beautiful scarf made and given by t ShiplieiConvent The elegant brass bedstead donated b the W B Trnmbo Company is one o the best donations to the fair It 1I Valuedat 1100 The very desiriblL leather chair presented by Toni Keenen which will realize about 200 vaddthre laddtionare famous in the history of the dioct for their ready reepMte 16 the Appeals charity The quarters utifncd the ChuroW II this Blessed Sacrament St Franc lI IWWtlWWP W TWRP RAG I 7 w IdNTUOXY rnii aMEatf c D I GNTUGKY IRISH flMERIGflN ted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WXX4X4XA2X Ms BCXQCUI p1btlber RIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Post Ulco as SecondClass Matter ail C01llGlIIBIcaClons to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West dreen Street IISVILLEKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1901 EMOCRATIC Y AND COUNTY TICKET For Mayor CHARLES F GRAINGER For City Tax Receiver JAMES B BROWN For City Auditor CHARLES NEUMEYER For City Treasurer JAMES B CAMP- i For Judge PoLce Court JOHN McCANN For Clerk Police Court ALF V OLDHAM For Balllft Police Court WILLIAM BOSLER r Prosecuting Attorney Police Court ROBERT J HAGAN For County Judge JAMES P GREGORY For Commonwealths Attorney JOSEPH HUFFAKER For County Attorney SAMUEL B KIRBY For County Jailer JOHN R PFLANZ For Sheriff E T SCHMITT For County Clerk W J SEMONIN For Coroner DR HARRIS KELLY For County Assessor BENSON O HERR For County Surveyor ROBERT H YOUNG ty School Superintendent L J STIVERS OR STATE SENATORS J Irtyffxth DIstrittH S MaNUTT Irtyelghth DlstrlctW LWELLER rOB EEPBESENTATIVES jrtyfourth District HERMAN D WCOMB krtyfltth District JOHN M LET KJ3rtyBlxth DUlrlctJOHN YOUNG a ortyseventh District LAWRENCE IICHERT oriyeighth District JAMES P ED lIDS brtyntnth DistrletH P MoDONALD iltleth DistrictMICHAEL BURKE Utyrflrst DlstrlctTHOS DREWRY FOR ALDERMEN er Harris Henry S Cohn than M Url G Wallace Embry rry Welsslnger T J OBryan tf OHearn Humphrey Knecht i Gilbert James B Smith Sea J Fitzgerald Paul C Earth FOR COUNCILMEN tnt WBdJohn Baron and Augustus iizot COM Ward Barnhard Buckle and 11am P Schwartz bird WardA Je Domeck and T J iger ourth WardOEIenry Seller and J New Shepard Jlfth WardC C Early and Madison Seville Sixth WardSamuel S Blitz and Chas J3reerv Seventh WardUpton W Muir and rank 8 Cook Eighth Ward Alvah L Terry and Ar hur Board Ninth WardAlbert S Smith and Lee phn Tenth WardFred J Hummel and Y i Palmore Eleventh WardHerman Christen and Jujtui EBlerach Twelfth WardJ W Drake and Au Buitut Miller JOB SCHOOL TRUSTEE First wardSoSnodgrass JtoeOBd and Third WardsCharles A Lang Fourth and Fifth Wards Samuel Morn- InistarI tflxth and Seventh WardsGavin H Ctohrftit fcignih and Ninth WardsDr J W Galvln Tenth wardDr B E Galvin Eleventh and Twelfth WardsJoseph B Atkinson f rOB PARK COMMISSIONERS GenIohn B Castleman LOu II Seelbach Gottlieb Layer rOB MAGISTRATES kit pistrlcta C Shadburn iWond DUtrlct David McKinley Bird DUtrlctCharles J Fegenbush iourth DUtrlctJ P Bhlvely iiUi DistrictJohn N Veltea ix th DJstrlctJM M Ilemry venth Dlitrjot Joe Keyer lighth District John M Adams fOK CONSTABLE int DistrictHugo schultz scond District Jordan Jloore bird bluirlctConrad Xalsw lurtb Distrctf ph rles H Hllbart Ih District Frank Hoffman h DsirlctJOmIPb Short h District Kdward fyOoiuwr DistrictJohn Krrnu 1V FOOLISHNESS The persistent refusal of the City Council to allow the bills of Gotlieb Layer for meat to the city institu tions is a piece of foolish ness as the city wilt have to pay The contention that Layer being Park Commissioner is a city official and his contract with the city void may be technically correct If so the con tract should not have been awarded to Layer but having been awarded and the city allowed it to continue and Layer to furnish the meat the city as a party to the contract cannot plead illegality to which it is a cognizant party to avoid payment This is according to repeated decis sions in cases of similar points of contention If Layers contract is illegal it should be canceled by the city and his bill be paid to date without further rumpus and a law suit which will result in Layer getting his money if he does lose the contract and the city will have costs and attorneys fees to pay in addition Adherence to law is proper but the Council should per sue the course fixed by law as interpreted by the courts in seeking to regulate matters and do it with out keeping the citys business in continuous turmoil and confusion LEAVING ENGLAND The English racing clubs have become so discriminating and even unjust in their treatment of Amer ican horse owners trainers and jockey that the latter have pro tested and Reiff a jockey has been suspended AU the Americans now demand the reinstatement of Reiff and fairness in racing hereafter or they will withdraw and not enter their horses in England in future The Americans up to the present year were so successful in winning the larger stakes that English owners became discontented and wary about making entries This year the handicapping and other regulations have been so discriminatingly en forcedas to Americans that it has been palpable and the bad showing made by Americans aroused comment and criticism which the suspension of Reiff brougut to a climax The English sporting papers admit the Americans have cause for complaint and the handicapper who is held responsible for it is to resign Even if an attempt is made to remedy the trouble it is likely some of the Americans will keep away from English race tracks iin the future anyhow When a sport is disgusted by crookedness he is not likely to ever forget or forgive it GIVE KITCHENER FAIR SHOW Kitchener by his devastation of the homes of noncombatants ar rest imprisonment degradation and starvation of women and chil dren in South Africa is playing well the only part for which he has attained fameO and title in his military career He was never successful against the combatants jn the field except to follow lip the victories of others with rapine fire and slaughter He is likely to meet with failure in South Africa Not because of lack of efficiency and energy in his peculiarstyle of bru tal warfare but because his prede cessors did not prepare the way for him by whipping the combatants in the field beyond the power of further resistance a kind of war f rethat Kitchener has never shown any capability for So while lhe ie doing the only kipd of figh ngaganstwowenandc- l1i1drentthat he ijg fit rthe cpnibjtantsv iip tbt ffcld bVIt iitt CT eiu d in numbers and aggressive D t ness driven Kitcheners forces into garrisoned posts and are overrun ning the whole country even attacking the British garrisons and though Kitchener has over 200000 men he calls for more men net to help him devastate the country and exterminate women and children but to whip or drive out the 15000 fighting Boers who persist in inter fering with and preventing the carrying out of his particular branch of the service the complete devas tation of the Boer country and ex terminationof the Boer race Kitchener is undoubtedly an ef ficient soldier of his kind he gained his lanrels by proving that in the Soudan and elsewhere Whipping compatants in the field is not his forte and he virtually admits it in calling for additional reinforce ments in South Africa Just let the War Office do the preliminary work of getting rid of the fighting Boerswhich they thought Lord Roberts had done when they turned affairs over to Kitchener only one of many blunders of the War Office for which Kitchener should now be blamedand o Kitchener will uphold his reputation as an exterminator and add new laurels to his wreath and earn more medals and titles The official report for September of the concentration camps in South Africa where the British herd the Boer noncombatants principally women and children show a total of 109418 whites deaths 2411 of which 1964 were children Sepa rate camps are maiutained for the natives with a total of 38549 and 301 deaths during the month Such barbarity toward noncom batants is a violation of civilized warfare a disgrace to humanity even though established and maintained by a Government that boasts of its Christianity and civilization and declares that its purpose in seeking control in South Africa is to advance civilization A Brussels dispatch says that President Krugerhas received re port from the Doer officials in South Africa that the Dutch of Cape Colony are in open revolt against the British and 15000 have been armed and joined the Boers This may account for Kitcheners proclaiming martial law throughout the British territory as well as the Boer republics The Kentucky Irish American feels grateful for the compliment conferred at the general meeting held at St Francis Hall last Suns day evening Such recognition is encouragingand vflll stimulate us to greater efforts in behalf of the people whom we are trying to serve With proper support the paper will not be long in doubling its present sizeSAnd so Czolgosz has asked for a priest It is pitiful Those who mislead him eventually will have much to answer for Simple justice would be done could all of them be electrocuted with him at the same time ant place says the Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph The wretch will be electrocuted Tuesday morn ing at Auburn prison Roah Griffin formerly managing editor of the Dispatch and recently of the Commercial has accepted a position on the Owensboro Messen ger Mr Griffin is a thorough up todate newspaper man and we congratulate the Messenger Heis popular with th printers who re gret his departure and wish him unbounded success Yale University this week con ferred the degree of Doctor of Laws upon a large number of noted men among the most prominent being President Roosevelt and Archbishop John Ireland Those of our readers who bay not yet done so should spend at least one ey ning at the orphans bazar and contribute their mite to a noble charity Admiral Schley is now having his inning The fact that the seriti meat of the country has always beeti with him was never in doubt 0 Patronizebur advertisers I 23 c Written for the Kiutotkr Irish American THE EVENING STAR I was sailing on beautiful stream Watching the dimpled waters purl along- Glistening in the sunlights golden gleam Murmuring the music df a sweet song It was a charming October day Rich with sweet thoughts of the Rosary dear No sound save ripple of the waters play Vas heard and not a soul was near I lingered long oer the pretty scene Completely lost in reverie sweet Reveling in smile of our Rosary Queen- I seemed to be kneeling at her feet Dsy waning the beauty faded from sight My heart felt lonely sa3 and weary For I feared the darkness of coming nigut Would render my soul bleak and dreary But turning my eyes upward afar I saw the cloud ecked autumn sky aglow For suddenly the beautiful evening star Shone out illumining the waters below Thus when on the evening of Lifes day We fear that Deaths dark night may mar The beauty of the waters rippling play Let us look up to Maryour evening star KATHLKKN DON LBAVY Louisville Ky SS i SOCIETY rJ James S McAlister and wife are home from Bowling Green C k P Walsh of Mt Sterling was a visitor here Thursday- S O Gallagher of Middlesboro arrived in the city Wednesday Rev Father Vantroostenbergh seas here for a short visit this week Miss Jennie Warfield has returned home after a weeks visit with Mrs Frank Fraize at Cloverport Mrs Frederick Joy and Mrs J Ross Todd arrived home Monday from Bar Harbor and New York Peter Sullivan and family have re turned from Elwood and will make New Albany their future home Mrs John Hogan and little daughter Mary Margaret of Duckers Ky are visiting friends in the city Miss Mamie Sauter of Glasgow was this week the charming guest of the Misses Quinn in South Louisville 1Percy Clancy numerous friends were glad to see him out again last Saturday after a weeks illness at his home in Cres cent HiliIri 4t4fljMecsrs Pranknud Sylvester Rapier two prominent and wealthy citizens of New Haven visited here for a few days this week Mrs Amelia Shea is quite ill at her home 425 East Third street New Albany but her physicians report her condition as improving Mrs Edward Connelly an aged and respected lady of the West End is re ported critically ill at her home 1824 Tyler avenue Mr W Hr Dulaney and family have closed their summer house at Pewee Valley Bud moved into their Broadway home for the winter Mrs Emma Senf and daughter Doro thy arrived home Saturday from a de Hgutful trip to Niagara Falls und the Buffalo Exposition Mrs Howard Warder will be the hostess for the Cecilian Club next Thurs day the reception taking place at her home in Jeffersonville Mrs James Collins of 420 Hancock street has gone 16 Chicago where she will spend a mouth as the guest of her aunt Mrs John Raidy Mr and Mrs William A Hagau have returned to their home at Holy Crws Marion county after spending a week with friends in this city There is great rejoicing in the home of Lee McCoy 1723 Crop street over the advent of a baby girl in whose honor a great reception is being arranged Mrs Dennis Shanahau will leave early next month and meet her husband in Philadelphia from whence they go to New York City for the horse show Miss Anna Blanche McGills friends will learn with regret of her departure from Louisville She has gone to New York where she will spend the winter Miss Maggie Dalton the charming sister of Ed Daltoc arrived home this week from a very enjoyable two months visit with friends and relatives at New Liberty Ghent andOwenton Misses Mary and Kate Foley of East Elm street New Albany are having the pleasure of entertaining Miss Lyda Kast a handsome and popular young lady of St Louis Miss Kast will be their guest for severalweeks Mrs Maurice Cpll Jeffersouville and daughter Mrs D Charles Edelen wife of the popular Po land avenue druggist arrived home last Sunday from Pittsburg where they attem ed the marriage of Miss Mary con and lit Gush walk Miss Nellie JA iDennott of Brooklyn Mi Helene Laurin of Montreal and Miss May and Miss Georgie Holmwood of Buffalo are four Charming girls who will arriveMondarovember 4 to visit the Mimes Wathtn 412 West Oak street Qua Heinzmaii i the well known painter who bal been confined to his retidence Twelfth and Delaware for one time Utt aufferhi from a severe I attack of malaria and cold is reported as muck better with good prospects for speedy recovery Pat Delaney a former well known Irishresident of this city accompanied by Andrew J Markin spent Wednesday in this city as the guest of Will Delaney brother of the first named The visitors left Thursday for Hartford Ind where they will conduct the finest cafe in that cityMr and Mrs J B Watheu and the Misses Wathen sent out invitations Tues day for a reception Wednesday evening November 6 from 8 to 10 oclock at their home 412 West Oak street The cards of Miss McDermott Miss Laurin and Miss May and Miss Georgie Holm wood were inclosed Miss Annie Eschmans many friends and admirers will rejoice to learn that there has been a decided change for the better in her condition within the past few days She has beenthe victicm of a severe attack of typhoid fever and has been confined to her home Twenty sixth and Slevin streets for the past two weeks Ed Dalton George Shea John Sulli van and Mike Savage were last Sunday the guests of George Meyers at his new place at Blackistons Mills near New Albany The genial host was most generous in the treatment of the visitors in whose honor he entertained a number of invited friends at a bounteous and delightful diuner Last Sunday evening at Holy Trinity rectory in New Albany was solemnized the marriage of Miss Florence Rafferty and J H Norris of Lafayette Rev Father Kelly performing the ceremony Both are well known in New Albany and Lafayette and the news of their union came as a pleasant surprise to their wide circle of friends and acquaintances A marriage of more than ordinary interest was solemnized Wednesday even lug at the Cathedral rectory the contract lug parties being Miss Nettie Holzheimer and Phil Judge Bohne The lovely bride is the daughter of Paris Holzheimer con nected with the Mutual Life of Kentucky and is possessed of graces that have won for her a prominent place in our best society circles Phil Bohne is the son of Cashier Bohne of the Third National Bank is prominent in business and so ciety circles and few young men number more friends than he We regret to announce the illness of Thomas Lynch who last Sunday was stricken with appendicitis while in the discharge of his duties for the Illinois Central He was immediately removed to his home on Seventh street where he is now reported resting easy Tom Lynch is one of the most popular Hibernians and railroad men in this city and every evening there was a constant stream of callers at the residence to inquire after his condition At last reports his physicians say he is out of danger and will not have to submit to an operation Among the most brilliant of the Octo ber weddings was that solemnized last Wednesday at St Martins church Shelby and Broadway when Miss Anna Stein became the wife of Robert H Rattermau The ceremony was witnessed by large numbers of relatives and friends of the young people who are widely known and occupy a prominent position in our best German American society After leaving the church the newly wedded couple were tendered a reception and banqueted at the home of the birdes parents Mr and Mrs EmU Stein 1032 East Green street The bride and groom are residing at 1103 Christy avenue where they are being showered with con gratulations The marriage of Miss Ella Shea and Gustave Hulsewede took place Wednes day afternoon at St Michaels church Rev Father Sheridan officiating The edifice was thronged with friends and relatives oMhe young couple their union being of unusual interest in society circles The ushers for the occasion were Messrs John J Grogan and Edwin J Barrett The bride was attired in a most becoming traveling gown and presented a lovely appearance Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left on their honeymoon trip through the North and will return and be at home to their friends about November 1 With hosts of other friends we tender our hearty congratulations A wedding has been heralded for next month at St Williams church that will interest large numbers of our readers as it is the first to be solemnized at the baby church On Tuursday November 20 Enos Huff will lead to the matrimonial altar Miss Mayme Kavauaugb when the happy pair will be united in the holy bonds of wedlock by the rector Rev Father Dennis Murphy The bride is a youui lady of many accomplishments aud great beauty who for the past two seasons has been the social leader among her wide circle acquaintances The groom is a well known and popular em ploye of the Continental Tobacco Com parry who is fortunate in the winning of so charming a life partner Following the ceremony at the church the young people will be tendered a reception at the I home of the brides mother Mrs George Blau 1221 Churchill street DR JOHN CHAWK John T Chawk a Louisville boy who has been located in Kansas City Mo for the last couple of years has taken up the study of veterinary surgery and is attend lug the Western Veterinary College of that place It is predicted that Dr Chawk will be a success in his profession as be- bas a splendid knowledge of animals especially horses Says the Wtern Watchman The Archbishop of York wants England to go down on her knees and make a con feseion of her sins against the South African republics We suggest that while ablsattt hc iiiake a general confession nd include her sins against Ireland I NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT Mackin Council Will Have Another Big Class For Initiation Mackin Council will have another class of about thirty members to initiate next Monday night The ceremony will take place at St Anthonys Hall Twenty third and Market streets and the officers and a special committee are making ex tensive arrangements for this affair which will doubtless surpass the one which occurred September 10 There was a good attendance at Tues day nights meeting when the Member ship Committee made its report which was very gratifying Much regret was fell when the illness of William Bunnon and Dan and Wilt Schrelber was an nounced The Visiting Committee reported Jack Raldy and George Gathof improving both being able to be out this weekWith next weeks issue will appear a carefully prepared article on the history and objects of this growing young mens organization prepared by one of its pioneer members TALENTED YOUNG PIANIST Miss Julia Kelly the talented young pianist who has taken so prominent apart in musical affairs in Hibernian cir des during the past two years has opened a school for instruction on the piano at her home 1731 Portland avenue where lessons will be given young people at reasonable prices Miss Kelly is a really competent teacher and should have no trouble in securing a large class Her card appears in another column and we take pleasure in commending her to our readers A GOOD SNAKE STORY Mrs Isabel Savory tells in her book cA Sportswoman in India this story about a man she knew He had a hen house and a lien that was sitting but unluckily for hatching operations a cobra got through a chink in the henhouse The cobra made a fine meat of well warmed eggs but when it essayed to retire by the same hole through which it had entered it found those eggs in the way It was much too large to get out so it stuck in the hole half in the lien house and half outside There it was discovered the next morning in a sur feited condition It paid for its greediness with its life and then it paid back the eggs it had stolen for when the body of the snake was opened the eggs were all found unbroken and warm They were replaced under the hen and in due time were hatched none the worse for their peculiar incubation The strange fact that the cobra could swallow whole an egg much larger than its own head is accounted for by the peculiar construc tion of that head The head and jaws of the cobra are loose and can be enormously stretched and distorted ALWAYS MIKE MURPHY Sir Thomas Shaughnessy has gradually risen from a poor Irish Catholic messen ger boy to President of the Canadian Pacific railway and a full fledged Knight says an exchange This reminds us of the story about the Englishman and the Irishman in Wash ington The Irishman was working as a street laborer as the Englishman desired to observe When he came up to the Irishman be said Will you please give me a mawtch Thejlrishman gave him the mawtch with which he lighted his pipe Thawnks very much Dont you know who I am Begob I dont said the Irishman Why Im Sir Reginald Rutherford First Secretary of the British Legation at Washington Knight of the Garter Knight of the Bawth Knight of the Eagle and Knight of the Crown Dont you know who I ant1 said the IrishmanNo said the Johnny Im Mike Murphy the night before last last night tonight tomorrow night the night after and every other night Tata SHORT SERMONS Humility is the root mother nurse foundation and bond of all virtue Whatever manner of death may take us from earth let us make sure of Gods mercy which alone cau save us in the hour of dissolution whether foreseen or unexpcctdBe desire to see God thy fear to lose Him thy sorrow to be de prived of Hinjt for a time thy joy that he can draw thee to Himself then wilt thou live in profound peace The martyrs and virgins alike live and die not for themselves and for their own even awfulitfory but for Godand his Christ at the foot of whose cross they always stand In spirit with Mary the mother of Jesus Parisian maker are turning put pic turwque minebordered tl pits large Collar sad bugenruffs of Trivet c3 Q 0 J tnt s TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMP- ANYROBESPIERRE IN One of the Greatest Productions Ever Presented at Popular Prices OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS nionologulstThe Miriam Ainsworth Matinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular Prices lOc 15c 25c 35c and 50c BUCKINGHAM 17HttlVMatinees Sunday Monday Wedneiday Saturday A NEW EDITION OF The BigSensation Revised and Up to Date TWO BIG BURLESQUES AND UNEQUALED OLIO An enormous organization talent and cleverness Its like not yet approached Lessons on Piano BY Miss Julia Kelly 1731 PORTLAND AVE Terms reasonable to young pupils who join classes now Up Stairs Over English Woolen nuts Store I I One Door West ol the DIll 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 A BRORING H1OS S PROPRIETOR The Acknowledged Standard of Ex cellence Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another QEHER SON 214 Market near Second Illinois GdlltraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville s flemphisAN- DNew OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close 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 v Through to CalIfornia From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIUinoisCentralAgent W J MCBRIDE City AgentFourtl1 U1e AUH aon leacoWDJ u AG P Ai it FT T1 RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in 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Assist ant G P und T A Cincinnati O S J GATES AgentLouisvIlle Ky F aig Four Thoui L Buffalo Route toj 1901 V PanAmerican Fr ExpositionLug Four Route In connection with LaoShoroMIcldgnn southern and Now York Central KR offers the finest equipped train service nt frequent Intervals to Duffalo from South lWest M E Ingot President L hslZfIVCincinnati FSIJii GATES Gen Agent Louisville t BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN a BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave J GA xiirml Agent uIevlUe Ky WARREN JLYNCHGtA ITJt P DBPPK AGtfCI OfKATI O rl- co IRELAND Record of the flost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death took place suddebly on Monday at Kingstown of William Harris assistant harbor master i The criminal calender placed before I the Recorder of Cork at the opening of the borough sessions showed that Cork is practically a crimeless cityIOn Friday John Dillon M P Jere miah Jordan M P and a number of gentlemen addressed a large public meet- Ing held at New ownbuller under the Chairmanship of the Very Rev Canon OConnorJohn exM P died at his residence Douglas near Cork on Friday morning after a rather long and painful illness The deceased gentlemen repre sented Southeast Cork in Parliament in the Nationalist interest from 1886 to 1893 in which year he resigned- A herdsman named Commins was brought before Col Evanson at Clonmel and charged with the willful murder of his wife on Sunday Mr Joy made a short deposition stating that he believed the injuries from which the woman died were caused by the prisoner and asked for a remand The remand was granted At a meeting of the Tipperary Board of Guardians on Saturday Chairman Fits gerald presiding a number of contracts were under consideration After some discussion the following resolution was adopted That in future preference be given to members of the United Irish League or Irish Land and Labor Asso ciation when tenders are being considered for all contracts Intelligence has been received in Birr of the death in London at the early age of twentysix years of Sister Carmel daughter of John Madden of Banagher The deceased young lady was received at the lIigh ate Convent London eight years ago She was born itt Banagher and educated there at the Convent of La Sainte Union des Sacraescoeurs where her cholastic course was a distinguished oneThe Parnell anniversary was observed at Cork by the customary procession through the streets of thecity All the local bands attended and the gathering which embraced a large number of prom inent Nationalists was one of the finest and most impressive that has yet taken place This was of course due to the fact that the anniversary has this year for the first time seen the blessed work of unity completed in the Nationalist ranksHenry Leahy aged thirtyfour years a shop assistant iu the establishment of Williams Co Clonliffe suffered a sad and sudden death on the Cth inst He returned home complaining of a pain in the chest and after being ministered to- by his wife stepped outside the door where he was found dead lIe was a sufferer from heart and lung disease A sad feature of the case is that only a few months ago Mrs Leahy lost her only child and great sympathy is felt for her in Clonliffe On Friday a deputation from the old township districts of Drumcondra and Clontarf had an interview with the Chief Secretary in reference to the existing want of police and magisterial jurisdic tion in thos districts The Chief Secretary said the remedy would be an order in council from the Lord Lieutenant ex tending the Dublin metropolitan police to these districts which would carry the jurisdiction of the divisional city Magis trates with it and that that would be done in a few weeks At the rent office at Ballyhauuis of the agent of Nolan Panel Logboy the ten ants met in large numbers last Saturday and demanded from agent Hazel the same terms as those enjoyed by the tenants who have purchased their holdings under the land act and from the Congested Districts Board and said that unless they got these terms they would pay no rent The agent said he was unable to make them a promise of such terms and the tenants then left the office without paying the rent At the meeting of the Naas Board of Guardians Vice Chairman Driver presid ing a letter was read from William Farrell clerk of the union resigning owing to illhealth The board beard the letter read with deep regret and passed a reso lutlon recording their deep sense of the loss which the board sad the public have sustained by being deprived through illness of the services of so painstaking efficient and courteous an official A committee was appointed to consider the question of the appointment of a suc cessor On Saturday last the funerall took place in Cork of Patrick Byrne a gentleman who was a rather prominent figure in the 87 movement With the subsequent agi tations fOr national selfgovernment he was also aetivelyidentlfidandhilun WcmBgloyaUy to the national cause as w ll as liLa many perwnalgood qualities ecured ftr hIm the teem Chap of the Nationalists of that city The funeral was of exceptionally large proportions testifying in a striking manner to the widespread regret which his demise had createdA has been received by the Mayor of Waterford and the Commit tee of Management of the Free Library from Mr Carnegie making an offer under certain conditions of a large sum of money toward the cost of erecting a new public library for that city Mr Carnegie has undertaken that if the present amount subscribed is increased by 200 annually to insure the future financial stability of the free library he is prepared to make a grant of 25000 for the purpose of erecting a suitable buildingAt on Thursday the lad J T Donlon was brought upon remand before R H Townsend charged with seriously assaulting his father The lads father who was examined proved to the lad lifting a knife and stating he would do away with a dog which was in the kitchen Witness endeavored to take the knife from him and in the scuffle received a wound on the hand and one on the cheek and one on the back of the ear Witness said accused did not strike at him with the knife The accused pleaded guilty and was returned for trial to the quarter sessions At Dundalk quarter sessions before County Court Judge Kisbey among the applications for compausatiou for mall cious injuries there came up one by the 98 Centenary Committee who claimed 625 for the damage to the local monument which was partially blown up some weeks ago by some person or persons unknown Mr Sheridan who appeared for the applicants asked for an adjournment as he desired to have the damage inspectedand valued by a sculptor The postponement was agreed to on condition that costs be paid to the solicitor by the County Council W R Rogers who appeared to oppose the application- A melancholy case of accidental death was inquired into at Burr on Friday by Coroner Corcoran and a jury The victim was an aged exsoldier named John Donnelly who followed the occupation of billposter and was a most industrious steady man He seems to have taken a short cut home and passing round a deep quarry near the town slipped on the unprotected edge and fell in drop ping down a distance of fifteen feet and receiving cuts from the stones below that inflicted fatal injuries A verdict was found of accidental death with a rider suggesting that a place so dangerous and where children habitually play should be protected The accident occurred in day light and Donnelly was absolutely sober He leaves a widow The reception which John Slattery re ceived on Friday night when he appeared to address the Parnell anniversary meet ing in Cork demonstrated the pleasure with which his return to active political life is hailed by the Nationalists of that city For some years past he was in a very indifferent state of health and was obliged to retire altogether from the arena of public and political affairs lIe has now however so far recovered as to be able to take that place in the struggle which his spirit and patriotism ever prompted him to occupy and his return to the ranks isa source of the deepest gratification to the Nationalists of Cork Mr Slattery is a gentleman who has suf fered in pocket and liberty for having the courage of hIs convictions and whatever little fighting has got to be done in the future it is safe to say that Honest John will be found in the thick of it RECENT DEATHS Edward Houlihan one of the oldest and best known switchmen in the city died Wednesday night at his home on Seventh street death resulting from an attack of asthma His funeral took place Friday morning from St Louis Bertrands church Last Sunday morning Bernoid J McBride a well known and highly respected citizen died at the residence of his soninlaw T J Mulverbill His funeral was largely attended at Holy Cross church Tuesday morning the solemn requiem high mass being cele brated by Rev Father Cunningham who preached a feeling sermon upon the necessity of being prepared for the last summons and dwelling at some length upon the hpnorable career of the de ceased Will Gagen aged thirtyone years a popular resident of the East End died most unexpectedly Monday morning from heart failure at his home on Mar shall street He rose as usual and ate his breakfast but was taken violently ill shortlyafter and died in a few minutes His many friends were shockedwhen they heard the sad news He was a brother of Matt Gagen of Shelby and Main His funeral took place from St Johns churcft Wednesday morning when requiem high mass was sung for the repose of his soul- LOFTY IDEALS The grandest and most inspiring thought with which we come in contact in the study of the life of Christ is the lofty ideals he constantly hold us In our quest for good we are to seek a kingdom even the kingdom of God All the lower baser elements of our nature are to be brought under the dominating transforming power of love The standard or mo el of perfection held out before us is evfn the Father in heaven Motives of the highest noblest character are brought to bear on us to incite to holy living No person can strive to realize uch ideals without expecting a divine uplift that results in being blessed with all spiritual blessings in the heaveallee in Christ The skirts of the autumn outing gowns are decidedly shorter There is one style that just clears thnground but flares so much that it looks much longer than it is By rights all skirts of this style of gown should flare for the object of the costume lilto have it for hard wear n all IKHU ofw thiatid yet to look w1l 00 IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY At O H- DIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayPresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank ttreet- Treasurer John Mulloy V DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentWilliam T Meehan JFordRecording Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Heunessy LynchRecording Gilles pieFinancial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reily- TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First awl Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall ReillyPrVice PresidentB A CoIl Recording Secretary John J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Mall First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month President Joseph Nevin TarpeySecondRecording Secretary John J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne Treasurer Thomas Keenan SergeantJohn Kenney Sentinel Timothy Lyons I OUT IN THIN II Your Feet Wont Get Wet If You Wear Our Shoes I Ladies Oxfords black 5 Dc and tan small sizes only worth 125 and 15- 075C For 6 few Misses Shoes sizes 9to2 worth 1- 76C r Little Gents1 Shoes sizes 9 to 13 worth 1 and 125 MunIPliUU I1 worth 125 and 150 cI I 26 Sample Boys Good 1 Ia Luck Ctrc1ette Quilt + ed Bottom Varsity sizes 3 to i 5 worth 160 D I Box1 26lensSample3P I i Calf Manhattan tips lace sizes 7 7 12 and 8 worth 2 17f and 150 extraipliUUi i1 plaintoeheavyipI 1 I i stitched perforated vamp lace stays one case of samples all sizes worth 250 samplespperforatedbox tip a handsome dress shoe all sizes worth 350 We also carry a full line of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes at prices you cant beat from 1 to 350 We are also Agents for the Famous Water King stanch durable and will keep out wet A1 C grr HeavyFleece sortment of colors Shirts only mostly 40 and 42 sizes worth SOc 76candl Youll have to hurry to beat these prices AU goods deliv ered promptly D J COLEMAN 1731 Portland Ave Uit t +t t t LIGHT AND BEAUTY CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE Rome and St Michaels are much frequented owing to the especial popularity of their respective pastors Fathers Dan OSulllvan Thomas White and John Sheridan as well as that of the really charming ladies presiding therein Here the visitor will find nickelplated d stove from Kirchdorfer a suit of clothes from Loevenharts dressing table from James Green handsome pictures engravings down comforts airtight stoves and vases of every style of ert The churches of Our Lady and St Cecilia have some elegant paintings one of them Early Winter presented by Miss Lulu Milligan and a highly prized steel engraving by Mss Dan Murphy A statue of St Anthony from Miss Mamie Wieet a silver vase from Miss Carrie Wieet an elegant silver set from the Sisters of Nazareth ii stove from John Recltteawald and a iie point lace hand kerchief the gift of I lisa Belle Curran adorns this booth w lich displays also many other dainty a id handsome artl jjes TerrsUge ohmadof New Albany are enbya nickel plated Move The p int ijce surplice made and given t6Rsv Father Con nff bY the SWra fce r Grove whichJis of grfat valuet iis ijo exhibited mice I IJt J Mrs Ben Schlater Mrs KiOby mid Miss Agnes Detnpsey have charge of this booth and are painstaking awl diligent toward waking it attractive and lucrative The booth nearest the stage is that of the Sacred Heart Stt Agnes and St Georges Its beauty and brilliancy with its many electric lights make it a stopping place for all making the circuit who find it impossible to resist investing in the pretty and valuable wares accumu lated by Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer Mrs Andy Kast Mrs Tom Tarpey and other charming salesladies An exquisite baa relief bronze representing Morning made and given by Manager Barrett of the Peerless Company a solid silver set one of the most valuable prizes of the bazar donated by John Malone of the Fidelity Trust Company handsome gravures vases and toilet articles have been placed here by the untiring efforts of the lady managers and the generosity of merchants and friends of the orphans- St Charles St Williams and Holy Cross churches arc an especial feature in the hall owing to the beautiful and singular line ofarticlcs to be seen An exquisitely wrought linen table cover made by a Spanish lady lill Mexico much prized for the singular manner in which the work is executed and two pillows in soft fawn leather made and painted by Mexican Indians attract the eye of lovers of the artistic Also there is a slumber robe made by these same Indians All these gifts are from gener ous James Hackett of the Greenbrier Distillery Company A very beautiful silk quilt made and donated by Mrs Joseph Bohe and a real Irish broom by Mrs Kate Fitzgerald are among the souvenirs of this booth Miss Emily Jutt the milliner donated a stylish hat M J Duffy a fine writing desk and Mrs Jeff Bannon an urn and pedestal The ladies of this booth have succeeded in collecting not only a handsome lot of donations but in building up an enviable reputation for kindness and affability and patrons of the fair will find it to add to their pleasure to seek this booth and take chances on the beautiful prizes offered by the affable Miss Maggie Gor man Mrs Sid Raffo Mrs Mrs Paul Barth Mrs B Cunningham andothers who are equally as kind Contributions of money have been madeby Col Mike Muldoon and other well known citircns of the city who have been willing to aid the bazar in every manner possible Among other valuable articles are gifts from the generous Icl Ilhenny ladies several dolls dressed and contributed by little Nellie Mcllhenny fashionably dressed bridal dolls and exquisite pillows from Rickerman and the Louisville Pillow Company as well as others from Miss Anna Ford Miss Mary Toomey of the New York Store and the venerable Mrs R Shanley of Bardstown Other donors deserving mention are Mrs Capt Donohoe who contributed a barrel of flour Mrs Alexander Cherokee Park baby outfit Miss Elizabeth Healy rare vase George Cross fine umbrella Miss Minnie Lauer embroidered pillow Mrs McCullough table scarf Dow Wire- Works original and durable lawn sofa first of its pattern ever made here A minature of real merit representing the Saviour painted by Mrs John L Jackson 1542 Brook street is a little gent and deserves special recognition and Mrs Jackson has nothing to fear from its inspection by connoisseurs to whom Miss Mary Goss will be pleased to show it- Some very fine bronze busts are on the different tables the names of whose donors were not obtainable when this was written SHORT AND BRIEF The Archbishops of the United States will hold their regular annual meeting at the Washington University on November 13 and 14- According to the estimates receivedat the Department of Agriculture the wheat crop of the world for 1001 is larger than it has been for two years Rev David Fleming who has been chosen as Superior General of the Fran ciscans is the first Irishman who ever held that exalted position Andrew Carnegie has offered the city of Waterford 25000 with which to build a free library He may also do some thing for Dublin Limerick and Cork According to the Herald Sir Thomas Lipton has determined to sell the Sham rock II and she is now on the American market The price fixed is not known America the freest nation has made the fastest battleship in the world for Russia the most despotic nation There is neither politics nor sentiment in busi nessAmong the 109000 Boer refugees held by the British it would be easy to find many who do not believe that killing and being killed are the very worst things in war Three Territories are going to knock at the door of Congress next winter for ad mission as StatesArizona New Mexico and Oklahoma This is in the line of our natural expansion The negro population of this country has doubled since slavery was abolished And the wealth of the negroes in the Southern States is put down by high Southern authority at not less than 400 000000The Prohibitionists gained over 200 votes in the recent Indianapolis election and at this rate of increase they will have a fair chance to elect a Mayor of that city 110 years hence Something must be done to check the growth of that party The entire Atlantic coast wilt soon be equipped with wireless telegraphic stations In the near future ships in dis tress nay flash their appeal for help over miles of sea and the fate of thdie on the ocean will be as readily learned as that of land travelers If Miss Stone happened to be a Catholic Sister of Charity instead fa Protestant missionary would the Ataericau people make such a powwow over her capture by Bulgarian or Turkish bandits Would they vbe so anxious to pay a ransoa of Min11Seatfa I 0 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOON THE l leiiBIQKI WXIWIH Mowymt Ujimw b 4 In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H AgeidLoutsvtue FRANK J AgentCtanager W H McDOEL President and General Manager HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneralN- eW5 Notes A new division will be instituted tomorrow at Somerville Mass Division 4 has received the application of Henry T Smith and Michael J King John Martin will arrive here next week from Missouri about entirely restored to health Paul Schuell and William Lydon were elected members of Division 4 Wednes day night Division 1 hafl a very small meeting Tuesday night the members nearly all attending the bazar- Entertainments of many kinds will be given by divisions everywhere through out the country on Thanksgiving eve Nothing has so alarmed the members of the order for many a day as the news of the illness of popular Tom Lynch of Division 4- Division 23of Brookline Mass observed its firtt anniversary Thursday night with a very successful entertain ment dance and banquet in Lyceum HallJerry Hallahan has been sent to Lex ington by the Tennis Construction Company to superintend the building of an electric road from that city to George townThe Catholics of Middletowu 0 in making their concluding jubilee visit last Sunday week were accompanied by Arch bishop Elder who was preceded by the Hibernians wearing their regalia Division 1 postponed its social session till Tuesday November 20 for the reason that many of its members are engaged in promoting the success of the bazer at Liederkranz Hall for the orphans Division 4 will give its members a big blowout at the next meeting John Grogan Dave Reilly and Tom Langan who have the affair in charge know well how to arrange for a pleasant evening Dave Reilly the sweet singer of Divis ion 4 is receiving the congratulations of his friends on account of the arrival of a little girl stranger at his home last Tuesday night Both mother and child are doing well- Division G of San Francisco has pre parcd an attractive programme for its complimentary entertainment and social which will be held in Union Square Hall Thursday evening October 3L A feature of the evening will be a selection of Irish airs on the piano by Miss Nellie Farrell a talented and accomplished pianist- A district meeting by the Ancient Order of Hibernians will take place at Springfield 0 tomorrow The gathering wi1- be one of importance It is asserted that there will be at least seventy candidates initiated on that occasion and at least 1000 members from Columbus Dayton Bellefoutaine Urbana and other cities will be present Division 1 of Jeffersonvilie announces its fourteenth annual ball at Spietha Opera House on Thursday eveniug No vember 21 None of the Louisville divis ions meet that night therefore they should be well represented The gentle men composing the committee of ar rangements have had experience and are well known the most prominent being Louis Constantine Con ONeil Frank Lynch Dan McCarty and John Devitt For the purpose of hearing and taking action on the report of the committee on insurance chosen at the last convention held in Boston to consider the advisabil- Ity of adopting the graded system of assessing instead of the present level system and also the request of the ladies auxiliaries asking that members of that organization be granted permission to jjoin the widows and orphans fund and to take some action toward establishing a reserve fund a special 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value at I I = = i Oil Third and Bet Third and 0000 00 j Catholic Union Will Not Hold- a Meeting Uutll Tomor= row Week President McDermott and Secretary Cobney have postponed the next meeting of the Catholic Union from Monday October 28 to Sunday evening November 3 at 730 oclock had notice thereof has been sent to all delegates and socie ties They took this action upon the recommendation of numbers of promi nent members and Catholics who are interested in the bazar now in progress for the benefit of the orphans and their course meets with hearty approval This mee1ngwi1l be perhaps the most important held since the formation of the union and every delegate owes it to himself and the society he represents to be preseut The election of officers and delegates to the Federation of Catholic Societies at Cincinnati on December 10 will take place and therefore Satolli Hall presI cut and witness the proceedings the delegates we might say that much of the future success of the union depends upon them at this time and they are therefore urged not to b derelict o DOING WELL All those injured iu the senseless panic that occured Tuesday afternoon at the Temple Theater are doing nicely none being injured The scare was occasioned by the cry of fire by some foolish negro in the balcony and Col Mefferb is in no way responsible It is a well known fact that the safety of the patrons of this house are carefully guarded and if people Wouldremain calm and collected the entire house could be emptied In a few moments if necessary DUHALLOW MOURNS The famous btrotiy of Duhallow the death of a good and patriotic priest in theperson of the Rev Daniel OKeeffe of Mee lnThe men of Du hallow by virtue of the gallant fight they made against landlordism and land grabbing during the eighties won the admiration of all Irishmen the world over and the unswerving loyalty of the priests of the district to their flock their readiness to share their as wen as their triumphs formed a feature in the great struggle that should stand for all time an example to the of Ireland and act the pert of the guide to theilalbuldtbey be ever called upon to defeodtheir people in a similar Grids In no part of Ireland did the battle wage more fiercely aor were more sacrifices made tfeewereMaTby the core by farcical tribunate constituted under the cJerclou act of tperiodand sentenced to long terms of impr Jonuienl and on pore than one occasion1I did the prieaU store their fete We jnay ecall one exanjpl iiri the Rev M B Kennedy fho at three different periods received tn- C11J J w FRENCH FLANNELS 49C Per yard for a COc quality of solidcolor allwool French Flennel all the newest shades of pink tan Nile Green hello lavender gray green red maroon and black 66C Per yard Joe a 7lic quality of all wool Printed French Plan nelsin dots fancy stripes and all over patrons also Cashmere Flannel the late Persian effect in the newest colors QCC Per yard for the best quality of JJU allwool Printed French Flan nel in the new Persian stripe All colors worth 115 ft I nn Per yard for allwool silk pliUU embroidered dotted and French Flannels in all newest shades aJj I yard for allwool silk 16PerU 1 1 1 dotted French polkadotJj 1 QC Per yard for allwool silk- sP I u embroidered Flannels solid grounds with the new Persian bor der and allover pattern also the late center hemstitched and em broidered effect severe terms for taking his stand by his I flock And Iif the Rev Daniel OKeeffe of Meelin whom all laments did not too suffer the tortures of prison life it was not any heal tancy on his part to fight by the side of his people He was a good and kindly a true and fearless ever ready to throw himself into the fray of and by his death both faith and have lost as staunch a friend as ever drew the breath of life A good many years ago an actor out iin San made an of one of the best of Bret Hartes storiesI MLiss At the time of its tion it met with instant favor and into one of the greatest successess that our stage has ever known This play will be seen at the Avenue next week The company is headed by Nellie who plays the title role and is said to be made upef the best to ob The biggest of the season ihI for next week at the Tem ple Theater the to be none other than John Arthur Frasers of It is that the house will be packed all week to see this famous play with the reign of terror and the French will be left undone to insure a in every detail Stats for the week are now I on sale The will be by II Wood the Gilbert Sisters and Miriam Robes pierre will prove among the Very plays ever seen at this I and Col endeavor to I I I is the i pft i and it is that mirth which flows freely and leaves po dark brown taste after the It is first when the curtain rises on the merry Mrs Pluk Tea in which appear the of the company bya corps of and dancers and a chorus of pretty and clever girls naVe and Harry Keeler are the spirits of this skit and they manage to cause farce bounds jn novel and situa tions all of which are taken of Is nota dull moment the action of the piece The to a close with a of the oG- ee Boot U which jis given a gorgeous stage setting and 1 full of White tf dotted Ilover with tinyjet spots and wtk a pprdjsr of black llace on lbe Whitj vrlth among the most of the ewl robe Q p a 1 IICS o Colored i Colored Tricot for shirt waists In old rose reseda bright blue and red per yard Red Mohair for shirt waists 44 inches wide per yard Cream Bedford Cord suitable for 1forwide per yard OU 0Extra heavy steam and 0shrunk Pebble Cheviott suitable for coat suits pure silk warp Eudora Cloth queen of all black dress fabrics 00inches1 i CARPETS CARPETS Linoleums and Shades BACON SONS iBet rthlIARIET Fourth 000 000000 invltaItlon seriously persecutions priesthood oppressed Duhallow through soggarth Irishman regardless consequences fatherland THEATRICALS Francisco adaptioh presenta developed sterling McHenry players possible ainiproduction contemplated offering dramatization Robespierre 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half that good sense which is her characteristic toward every one else The capital of that prosperous and hopeful and is situated in a beautiful bay and near romantic region and luit I see a flourishing university which for awhile had to struggle with fortune but which when its first founders were dead and gone had successes far exceeding their anxieties Thither as to a sacred soil the home of their fathers and the fountain head of their Christianity students are flocking from east west and south from America and Australia and India from Egypt and Asia Minor and last from Englandall speaking the one tongue all owning the one faith all eager for true wisdom and hence when their stay is over going back again to carry peace to men and good will all over the earth Many plain Preach back are seen in the fall rtweltsblilthe summer experiment with them was not jiltogetUer asucceaa They dtdl1otfit so well sa the pleatedbicki nor stay downeowelI and this fell plaitedor trimmed bock eem to be 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